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December 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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lau $ II game Three short Donkey Basketball games were held at North Mason High School the evening of December 21 amid almost continuous laughter from the audience as players fell off their 4qegged partners or failed in mighty efforts to make the animals move when they wanted them to. The first game was played between members of the Belfair Fire Department vs. members of the North Mason school faculty. The faculty was victorious. A second game saw girls from the GAA teamed against boys from the Lettermen's Club with the girls defeating the boys. A one-inning (No, that's baseball).., a one-period (?) game between the two victors ended the night's entertainment wherein the girls held their winning streak and bested the faculty. Awards were not given by the Letterman's Club, sponsor of the event, but if they had, the "outstanding player" award would no doubt have gone to the donkey who seemed to have a phobia about letting anyone on its back. The players assigned to that animal must have ended up with the most bruises and sore spots the n~xt day. S~ond place would probably have gone to the tiniest aaaimal, the little gray c[,~ukoy who, wrlen he made up his mind that he wanted to stay right where he was, couldn't be budged, pushed or pulled without a player straining every muscle in his or her body. It would have been easier to pick him up and move him but maybe that was against the rules of the game. There may have been a rule that the 4-legged players had to carry the 2-legged ones, not vice-versa. Local residents who missed the event missed a lot of fun and laughs. NEW CONSTRUCTION--REMODELING--ROOFING DECKS--CONCRETE WORK FORMICA--CERAMIC TILE Free Estimates Call CR 5-2196 Collect Clearing Earth Moving Road Building GRAVEL-SAND-ROCK FREE ESTIMATES Days CR 5-2837 Eves. CR 5-2152 LOCAL CONTRACTOR cg 5-2235 KINDERGARTEN PUPILS put on a Christmas program for their parents last week, followed by a party. Etching pencils available in Union The Union Ladies Civic Club and the Improvement Club are co-operating with the Insurance Agents of Shelton and the Mason County Sheriff's Dept. by having Etching Pencils available to the residents of their area. Pencils may be obtained free of charge at the Flagwood Gift Shop and at Dick Buechet's Garage. Stickers and information will also be available. "Help us to help you to make this a great place in which to live," said Mrs. Alice Snuffin, a member of both groups and president of the Ladies Civic Club. PUPPY FOUND A tan and white puppy with curly hair and bobbed tail, wearing a collar and a small piece of rope, was found near Belfair State Park Dec. 21. Owner may contact Belfair Sheriff's office. NO ENTRY MADE Signs of an attempt to pry open the door of the Chevron station in Belfair were found Dec. 19 but no entry was made, according to a report from the local Sheriff's office. ... mul Boy 8eQm 4e toe.-- N why not YOU! Funeral services held for Pead N. Stewart Funeral services for Pearl N. Stewart, 70, of North Shore were held December 22 at Lewis Funeral Chapel in Bremerton. She died December 19 at Harrison Memorial Hospital. She was born Sept. 23, 1901 in Great Falls, Mont. She was reared and educated in Los Angeles. She married Homer G. Stewart on Aug. 29, 1920, in Los Angeles. During World War II she joined the Coast Guard Reserves. The couple moved to Belfair in 1962. She has been active in the Order of Eastern Star both in Los Angeles and Belfair. She was a member of the Belfair Chapter No. 241, Order of Eastern Star, and Post 2778, VFW, World War i Auxiliary, Belfair. She was the past president of the American Legion Auxiliary in San Pedro, Calif. She is survi~;ed by her husband, of the family home; a daughter, Mrs. Fred (Lorraine) Whitfield, Norwalk, Calif.; a brother, Howard Nelson, Burbank, Calif.; and three grandchildren. The Rev. Wendell H. Harder and the Belfair Chapter No. 241, Order of Eastern Star, officiated at the funeral services. Cremation followed at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Members of Veterans of World War I 2778 Auxiliary and of the birthday club of which Mrs. Stewart was a member served a meal following the services. MEETING POSTPONED Because of the New Year's holiday, members of VWWI 2778 and Auxiliary have postponed their regular January meeting to January 9 at the Masonic Temple in Belfair. A potluck dinner at 12:30 will be followed by a meeting at 1:30. ,|1 GLA$-PLY BOAT5 16 to 23 ft. LIFETIME WARRANTY 16 ft. GP-SP with top & Curtains 40 h.o. Mercury and EZ loader or Calkins Trailer $1995 SANDE'S BOATS & MOTORS Bank Terms Belfair ,,,, , i I = CR 5.2297 SANTA CLAUS VISITED the kindergarten classes during their party last week. Library budget for 1972 adopted Action taken at the third annual meeting of the Timberland Regional Library Board of Trustees on Thursday, December 16 included the adoption of the revised 1971 and 1972 budgets and the election of officers for next year. ImLt OU Ptt SERVING FAMILIES IN THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1909 Call Us Collect From Anywhere 5303 Kitsap Way ES 7-3836 Lester M. Lewis, St. Lester M. Lewis, Jr. II I ]1 The board adopted the revised J~~~~~~u~~| 1972 operating budget in the-- BONDED = LICENSED INSURED amount of $1,383,312. This will i. ,ude e pend.o.es in *he - JESFIELD CONSTRUCTION | amount of $793,492 for salaries = --_-- and wages; $312,775 for maintenance and operation; and $277,045 for capital outlay (of which $247,175 is for books and other library materials.) The revised 1971 budget in the amount of $1,282,748 was also adopted by the board. This included $754,000 for salaries and wages; $277,879 for maintenance and operation; and $209,570 for capital outlay (of which $185,541 was for books and other library materials.) Mrs. lrvin McArthur of Pickering Passage in Mason County was elected_ to serve a second term as board chairman, and Dr. William Lawrence of Centralia was elected to serve as vice chairman. The board also accepted news of the resignation of Andrew Ponsteen of Elma, whose term expires this month. Mr. Ponsteen was commended by the board for his many years of service to Timberland Regional Library. He was one of the original appointees to the regional board and prior to that, was chairman of the Grays Harbor County Library Board. Mr. Ralph Lundgren, supervisor of Systems Development in the Management and Fiscal Systems Dieision of the State Auditor's Office, also came to the board's pre-meeting study session to outline the purpose and benefits of the state's new budgeting, accounting and reporting system. - CONTRACTING BUILDING = CABINET WORK CONCRETE WORK- E = _ Ben lesfield P.O. Box 1 1 Jim Jesfield CR 5-2652 Belfair, Washington CR 6-6684 _= i~~~~~~lIB~u~u~j L & D CONSTRUCTION We Specialize in Your Needs By Hour or Contract Nothing Too Small or Large John Levang CR5-3053 George Dinovi CR5-3358 Free Estimates SERVICES SEPTIC TANKS -- DRAIN FIELDS TOP SOIL- SAND -- GRAVEL -- FILL DIRT INSURED -- LICENSED FRANK DeMIERO CR 5-6155 BELFAIR, WA. For fun on the back trails you can't beat a The 1972's are here! 60cc Mini Enduro up to 650 Also BSA, Rickman Metisse & T~ail-breakers, 2 wh. dr. BREMERTON CYCLE ES7-3341 Across from Big Mo, Navy Yard Hwy. i L I I i Page 4 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 30, 1971 December 30, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5