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December 23, 1971

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looOooOo o i i Drawn by Mary Solberg At the request of the editor, today's editorial was written by the Reverend Wendell L. Harder of Belfair Community A request was made at last during November. He said it was D.A. Construction' of Union By JULI PRESTON -" CR 5-6288 Baptist Church. week's meeting of the Northstill too early to determine if the was awarded the contract for a Mason School Board by Mrs. program was self-supporting. He new sidewalk at the high school ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~ We have suddenly become an ecology conscious Robert Van Horn for said that 1149 free lunches were by the Board. They were low Lloyd and Margaret Suhr Nancy and her family• Theywere conversation among the diners! generation. We have looked around us and, suddenly becameinter-scholasticC o n s i d e r aathleticst i o n program° f a n served.was receivingHe noteda largethat theamountdistriCtof firmsbidderSsubmittedat $2,265.bids. Three other returned to a cold and snowythere for Thanksgiving and Mr. and Mrs. Suhr were very aware of the ways in which "Civilization' is destroying our for girls. Track and gymnastics surplus food now, which had been The possibility of having to Belfair on December 3 after a Margaret said 'this is the first reluctant to leave such heavenly environment. Many have become convinced that unless were the two sports suggested as a slow in coming when school first increase the amount budgeted for month long trip to Cocoa Beach time I've ever put the turkey in weather, but on the morning that strong action is taken our world will soon become unfit for beginning since Bremerton opened in the fall. travel expenses in future budgets Florida and Tucson, Arizona.the oven for Thanksgiving dinner they were to leave they woke up habitation. ,, schools now have such a program He also announced the because of the new policy of Leaving Sea-Tac on a United 747 and then gone down to an to rain and snow which is what Unfortunately, however, no strong "ecology movement and travel distance to compete settlement of the Sam Thelerhaving professional days as paid was a thrill in itself because outdoor pool to, swim for a they returned home to! When the neither of them had flown in a jet couple of hours!' Again thevplane took off in the late against those schools would not estate which was reported two teaching days, requiring teachers before, took many sight-seeing toursafternoon the Rancon Mountains has yet begun to save some of the other values of American be great. The district's two weeks ago in the Herald. He said to attend a workshop instead of While in Florida they were the visiting the Collossal Cave the were covered with snow which life that are being destroyed. The heritage of our nation was principals were asked by the that the school district would taking the day off or working at guests of their son Glenn who is Tombstone and Old Tucson made tara beautiful sight. They MARTIN'S MINIT MART firmly rooted in religious concerns by those coming to this Board to look into the receive about 80 per cent of the school was discussed by the country in order to establish a nation where they could freely possibilities of starting such a income from the estate from now Board. It was voted to pay $7.76 employed as an inspector for where they watched a movie had a most enjoyable trip and are - We will resume winter hours Jan. ! 1 TAHUYA Westinghouse on the new Mark 27 being made called "JoeKidd'" looking forward to another trip to express their religious beliefs. But bit by bit we are allowing program and to report back at the on. He asked that residents of the transportation costs for one /ues.-- ~at. 9-6" Sun. 9-4" Closed Monday next meeting, area who are interested in teacher who had attended a torpedo which they are building starring Clint Eastwood and John Florida because they still have and perfecting for the Navy.Saxon Paul Newman was also many places to visit, but the green this freedom to express our religious life in public to be A t t h e m e e t i n g working on a committee to meeting in Seattle recommended The Suhrs went on severalthere but they didn't get to see of Washington looked mighty destroyed. Superintendent Norm Sanders determine the use of the land and by his principal and $20 towards sight-seeing tours taking in the him good to the travelers and they are Christmas is a holiday that has no meaning if we remove reported that daily support of the money call him or members ofexpenses for another who had new Disney World, the Cypress One evening Lloyd and glad to be home. its religious value, hot lunch program was still the Board because money will be attended a conference at Ocean My Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines Christmas thus: gradually increasing with an available by early next year and Shores in her specific field. Gardens and a two-hour bus tour Margaret took their daughter and Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Randall "December 25 celebrated as a church festival in averageof 275 participating plans should be made soon. It was noted that the school of Cape Kennedy. This was the son-in-law to dinner at a beautiful returned last week from Portland district would like to encourage most interesting and will make little restaurant called Suarage where they attended a two-day commemoration of the birth of Christ and observed as a legal teachers to take advantage of the next moon shot on March 17 Corners situated in the desert near sem in a r with the Oregon holiday." meetings held on their subjects to more exciting. They were shown the Suarage National Monument Chiropracters Association. The Christmas is a religious festival which is recognized as a upgrade the education of the the pad which will be used in the where millions of the huge cactus seminar covered Chiropractic district but that some teachers, if launch and the huge building in grow. Two walls of the dining procedure of Technique and Greeting Drawn by R i I~ ~ legal holiday. But the erosion of values that has taken place the meetings were long distances which the rocket is being readied, room were glass from floor to Pat lent Management. Four Merrilyn Anderson f~l~hLll~ ill our nation now mandates that in many areas of public life away, might not be able to attend They also saw the command pilot, ceiling and looked out on a nationally known speakers were Christmas must be observed without any reference to its unless helped financially by the Commander Young all suited up lighted fountain and garden,on the program who spoke to the religious meaning. Many school programs, displays in Board. just as he will be when he steps on During most of the meal theyforth-eight chiropractors government buildings, etc. must now depict Christmas It was pointed out that most the moon. He was going through were entertained by a herd of ten attending the seminar. / ~'~k~ teachers in the district attended a his practice maneuvers. Javelinas (wild pigs). They come We have new neighbors on our completely devoid of any mention of the birth of Christ or t ~ program at Twanoh State Park any part of the Christmas Story. ,, In Melbourne the Suhr family up out of the desert every South Shore. Warm and hearty ~/ ~~ during the Professional day wentt~hearagr~u~pca~edeveningandeatthef~dthechefwelc~mesg~t~R~nand~aniecoyotes We need an 'Ecology Movement concerned with the scheduled in October and that ' Johnson and Johnson of which throws out for them. They are Mathews and their six year old preservation of our ba, sic Americanvalues! perhaps it was for economic Charlie Drake, son of Larry and very vicious and fight amongdaughter Judi who is in the first To preserve the 'rights ' of a few who want to live lives reasons; maybe they would have Gladine Drake, and Debbie themselves over the food although grade at the Belfair Elementary. attended meetings in their specific Everist, daughter of Bill Everist, there was plenty for all. Just as They are from Chimicum. devoid of any religious concepts we are allowing the right to fields of education if they had are members. They reported that quickly as they came up the hill We also welcome John and any expressionofreligioninAmericanlifetobecomeillegal ' •~"'i/ | known there was a chance of the groupisabigsuccessinthe they weregone. The waitress told Lesley Chastain who are from • .) ~ area and that the Belfair kids are the Suhrs that would Tucson, Arizona. John is if it takes place in public life. being reimbursed for part of the doing a great job. come up too and eat but theyemployed at the Beach Imports in But what about the rights of Americans who are ., expenses. After sixteen days of warm won t come, unless the javelinas Bremerton. Both of these families concerned about the religious heritage of our nation? There Another Professional day is coming up in the spring and it is are still Americans who realize there is no Christmas without and sunny weather Mr and Mrs. are gone It s not often that one are living in the apartments at the the Bethlehem scene of Christ, born in a manger, but ~ ~ ~ ~ • Greeting possible more requests for money Suhr took off for Tucson. pays out" good money for a meal Norm Sanders home. will be received by the board. One In Tucson they spent two and is entertained by wild pigs, The many friends of Puppy recognized as "King of Kings. I ~ Drawn by teacher asked that the Board set happy weeks with their daughter but it made for such lively Holm will be glad to hear that he Destruction of our physical environment will make life .j . ] Suzy reach, up a policy regarding travel ~ has recovered so well from his recent heart attack that he will be unbearable. But no matter how beautiful our physical ~"~C---~''~~ 5th Grade expenses for such meetings but ~L able to come home in time for the Board seemed to prefer to environment may be, life will become more unliveable if we take the requests one at a time. h~ L I Christmas. Butch will pick him up allow our moral and religious values to be destroyed. --v lOb[t*~ at thenursinghomeinBremerton ~~~1!~ '~~ ii'!'i~'ili:'!I: The entire Herald staff wishes its readers the merriest of They hoped requests would come ~ in before Professional day so that I~, ~ CI)~ I on Dec. 24 and bring him out to ! l~i.- Christmases and a wish for a very happy New Year. the less-than $200 left in this "*~It~ ~ their South Shore home on Dec. LouDonnell RonaHarper Rob May year's budget could be divided "~ T~Jiq C"t 24. The Holms wish to thank i : gi e evenlngf° , il t~_ ,¢~ everyone for the many good [~~]i"I!I. ~,;~' i ii!~. (i;]':'!!~ Re st r now r adult /ouiseLenniaCateSEwart leoBarbara Knightlivingston JeannineKathieMeKaigPeterson distanceam°ngth°sewantingt°g°s°meaway. ""~ ~'/~ (~f ,#! wishessent theirway. . . . v -- /1"] _ . Happy Holidays to all! Eleanora Fedenk Margaret LivingstonJulie Preston education courses " v : • Personsinterestedinchoir, driver training, fiberglass C~;%,,~#t1¢1 t ff t " Drawn bv Phil,ip Wyman attending adult education courses crafts, photography, sewing, , me . Sdls ,,, Grade -- to be offered by Olympic College Spanish and woodworking. at North Mason High School ~ ""**"~~ 14-year old driver runs off North Shore Road a '50 Chev. pickup received an estimated $400 worth of damage when it failed to negotiate a curve on North Shore about V4 mile west of the Tahuya River Bridge last Thursday around 11 a.m. According to Trooper E. C. Van Dusen of WSP who investigated the accident, the car was driven by 14-year-old Martin T. Schauer of North Shore. He escaped with minor lacerations of the face and a nosebleed. during evening hours will find a large ad in this and next week's issue of the Herald listing the classes planned for winter quarter• Fees for courses giving college credits will be charged at the rate of 57 per credit. Fees for others are included in the ad. If requests for some subject not included in present plans come in from ten or more people, an effort will be made to offer that course too. Courses scheduled, providing enough persons sign up for them, include adult recreation, general art, typing, bookkeeping, stock market investing, community ~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ • A section of the Shelton-Mason County Journal serving as the voice of Belfair, AIlyn, Grapeview, Tahuya, Mason Lake, South Shore and North Shore. Post Office Box 587, Belfair, Washington 98528 Telephone CR 5-6680 LOU DONNELL ............................. Editor BARBARA NELSON .......... Advertising Representative Published by Shelton Publishing, Inc•, Post Office Box 430, Shelton, Washington 98584; telephone 426-4412. .BEAUTIFUL CANDLES were made by students in the sixth grade at North Mason Upper Elementary last week, with those finished earliest going into a display case to add to the Christmas decorations of the school. Cheri Anderson, David Lomax and Laura Blaich hold some of the unfinished candles still in their milk carton molds beside the finished product. Greeting Drawn by Kathy Reid 5th Grade Drawn by Steve Lomax 5th Grade THE CLOTHES LINE Subscription: $5.00 per year in Mason County; $6.00 per year elsewhere. ~~~~~u~u~~~ Page 2 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 23, 1971 Funeral services for Emery L. Sills, 67, of Tahuya were held in Bremerton Monday afternoon• He died Dec. 15 at Swedish ttospital in Seattle. Mr. Sills was born Feb. 24, I 904, at Palouse (Whitman County) to Mr. and Mrs. George Sills• He moved with his parents to Fort Benton, Mont,, where he was reared and educated. At the age of 18, he moved with his parents to the Spokane area. On Aug. 5, I925, he married the former Lottie Adams in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho• The couple resided in Spokane before moving to the Puget Sound area in 1966. They had resided in Tahuya since 1969, Mr. Sills was an auto mechanic and machinist until his retirement in 1969. Survivors include his wife, of the family home; two sons, Robert L. of Tahuya, and Richard 1. of Pierce County; a brother, Howard M., of Spokane (Spokane County); two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Robinson and Mrs. Mike (Maxine) Mikkelson, both of Lynwood (Snohomish County); and eight grandchildren. The Rev. Donald Payne of the First Christian Church officiated at the services with burial in Bremerton following. ARGUMENTS: a discussion which has two sides and no end. Leonard Neubauer JESFIELD Greeting Drawn by Paul Andrews 5th JEAN'S TIDAL WAVE December 23, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11