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December 16, 1971

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$85o80M| WOJ, YOUNG G IRLS IN colorful red and'white floor-length dresses were waiting to serve Christmas cookies, coffee and punch to guests in the Youth Center following dedication services in Belfair Community Baptist Church last Sunday. Pictures below show some of the many people who turned out despite the snowy weather. Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 16, 1971 D & G TREE SERVIC TOPPED, TRIMMED OR REMOVED FULLY INSURED Griffey CR 5-2117 LeD Dobbs TR 6-4783 By ELEANORA FEDENK CR 5-2774 ighwa first Aid course A Standard First Aid Course (Multimedia System) sponsored by the Kitsap-North Mason Red Cross was completed Thursday, December 9 at the Earl Lincoln home on the North Shore. with For fun on the back trails you can't beat a ......... Did ave so man M r s. E le a n era Fedenk as , So many notes have been up me nm. LtWO S Y . . . ~fJ~J|AI-Nj/jF~gVlIBU~III -It ~ received regarding Mr. Ervin dented fenders and lost tempers, instructor. Furchert that Mrs. Furchert said Those receiving cards were The 1972's are here! 60cc Mini Enduro up to 650 Also BSA, it is difficult to express their SUNDAY SCHOOL Harriet Barton, Port Orchard: Rickman Metisse & Trail-breakers, 2 wh. dr. appreciation, and a thank you to Sunday School classes are Vivian Just. Tacoma; Jean all who have been so helpful and being held at St. Nicholas Fedenk, Clyde Jacobsen, Heidi BREMERTON CYCI .E 5 ~ given encouragement to the Episcopalian Church in Tahuya Jacobsen, Kristi Jacobsen, Gloria E57-3341 Across from Big Mo, Navy Yard Hwy. family. Mr. Furchert is doing very each Sunday at 1 1 : 1 5 a.m. Any Lincoln, Earl D. Lincoln, Robert ~---- : iijl :i well, and has tried a few steps childrenparents wouldin thelikeareatoWhOSehave B. Mayberry, Patricia MayberrY,Ramona Olsen, and Jan with the use o, crutches he continues to progress this well, he them attend will be welcome. Stevenson, all of Belfair. CONSTRUCTION from the hospital. in the meantime, their son, L p l UV.LV, no--r'ore--n'"tr n Paul Furchert, has requested a L & D CON Lee discharge from the army service so that he may remain at home We Specialize in Your Needs ', WE HAVE BUILDING LOTS taking care of the family business By Hour or Contract : WE HAVE FINANCING, VARIABLE INTEREST O g until Mr. Furchert is out and Nothing Too Small or Large i ir :: around about again. NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING Mrs. Carol Pederson, joining John Levang CR5-3053 George Dinovi CR5-3358 LICENSED--INSURED- BONDED with Mrs. Erline Amick, Mrs. Free Estimates Betty Leatherman, Mrs. Hazel CR 5-202 Cook, and Mrs. Diana Worms, gave a warm welcome for baby-to-be Berger, hosting a baby GtAS PLY BOATS shower at the Pederson home. 16 to 23 [1. Sunday, December 19the Christmas Sunday Opening of the baby gifts of all n ur"e"aur Postmaster ~ze, and shapes was enjoyed by LIFETIME WARRANTY new the honor guest, Mrs. Neil (Diane) 16 ft. GP-SP with top & Curtains 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. There is a class for everyone. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service. Berger. Games were arranged by 40 h.p. Mercury and EZ loader or Calkins Trailer I 7:30 p.m. Sunday School Christmas Program and Christmas Mrs. Worms with prizes won by i Presentation of the Chancel Choir. This year the choir Mrs. Gina Herman, Mrs. Sharon $|99S and the Sunday School have combined their program B]ankenship, Mrs. Kathryn Bland, into a single Christmas Presentation for the church and Mrs. Haze] Cook. and community. Everyone is welcome. The re fr eshment table l. llUIlU~ e~lmlfllll/mtj BOATS & MOTORS ' December 24th, featured a cake of blue and white Christmas Eve Candlelight Carol Service in the shape of an umbrella, with Bank Terms Belfair CR 5-2297 ll:OOp.m. Again this year the church invites you to begin protection offered by the Christmas Day in commemoration of the birth of traditional, package-carrying Christ as we gather for this traditional Candlelight stork. Guests wereLizMesdames Carol Service. Everyone is welcome. Betty J. Dimmen, Corliss, EXTRA MONEY Yvette Berger, Mary Davis, Katie Corn, Sharon Blankenship, Dot FOR CHRISTMAS Monday, December 20th I 7:30 p.m. The Fireside Circle will hold its Christmas Meeting at Main, Blanche Caldwell, Kathryn l the home of Mrs. William Butler. Bland, Eleanora Eedenk, Gina Extra brush is needed at Hannah, Verna Williams, and Karen Fortner. Whitehead Evergreens in PROPERTIES nnIt is nice to have Mrs. Kat,e I BELFAIR COMMUNITY CR 5-2826 1 Corn of Girard, Kansas, coming L Belfair. Top prices paid To buy or sell ' our way for a family visit at the Just ri home of Harry and Mary Davis. | [ BAPTIST CHURCH ~::;wb~a~lo'h Park, South Shore Thanksgiving Day was spent withthe family gathering at the home plus ]0' bonus on so[o]. P.O. Box 407, Belfair Washington lots of good food and sharing, - - '" "-" with ('hristmas an anticipated Wendell k. Harder, Pastor promise of more (>f the same. ]Parsonage Phone Church Phone III I to get to feeling hcttcr in what Shirt CRestv,ew 5 2162 m I l " - C.e,t.,. ,-.~'' TUNE-UP AND ENGINE s,e,ns like along, slow recovery from an illness that has baffled I ] V" Statement "---"'-""""'"' II 2;I~,!* '"'"'* I the doctors. ~ HI~ H~ I i ~ae~g[C~E!se;?~:t': 995 l] When the weather changes to ( . " i; U ltressa ~ ~ ~ the unusual (such as snow), there is a trend toward togetherness with lhe neighbors. The snowfall ~ m ~ $ last Friday and Saturday was the l~, Jenkins had put a new roof on their house the previous year, and ~1: L~ill{~ Come and join us any clay ~ ~t~~ HEV ON SERVICE with the addition of blacktop on through December 24, for a l " the driveway and an elegant shag ' . g.' J T- cup of coffee to celebrate our CR5-2991 celebrationrUg in thewaslivingnecessary.rOom, a e ,st Anniversary in the"Gift = | Shoppe': = r .... -- 1 The Bear (:reek intersection was kept busy last Thursday when | " it | L Of | I ~~ ~ Ithe ver-cnfident drivers came oads exa d sliding along on the black ice. Extreme caution was evident as | Ch* . ~ these same drivers backed out of nstmas Th ngs ) ,u o flowerbeds and tawns. The Bear Creek hill in the ]~ Candles, Rings, Gifts, Etc. ~ ~ ~ morning hours can be full of ' ' ! 0~"'00~ !t+nt++w+r.*s ]~ I request is the same old thing as last year for the drivers coming | Living Christmas Trees down the hill to give a bit of room to tke ones laboring to get I1~ ~ I Live music, buffet ?inner, I | Onen 7 Days A Week I! ALLYN HOUSE 9 1" J I Champagne, hors d oeuvre i | m.st values.around. 9:30 m m.-6:30 p.m. ill NURSlR6 HOME ! ~, No wonder! It's tailored of luxurious I Ultressa, the two-way texturized 100% I I $10095 Per Pen I Has opening for II Dacrn Polyester that s practically N l l 1Wman and 2 Men I care-free" Prminent c'rs" Sizes 30-38" orth Shore Nursery l For Reservations: I Registered Nurse on Duty | & Gift Sh0ppe 1 ' 898-2200or898-2500 , AIIyn, Wn. i 7~ C/O ~ t~'~" ORS-2171 426-3795 -. I[5) (~7/~ ~ # I I i (Metzdorf Restaurants, Inc.) I "Not The Fanciest II MARY WRIGHT PHONE CR 5-2033 I North Shore Rd. CR5-2558 I L--__------ --I Just the Friendliest'" ! ~limllltmi~JimtllltZlltllillimi=~t.lli:lllt:l~i:l~tl=t&llltH ~ ~ ......i..........,.........,o..i.. December 16, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3