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Nort~ Mason Frien~ of the ~- .. ][ In a c~ndlelit ceremony at floor length gown of Hered WlLtte ' Library of plants, bulbs, beach ~. By JEAN FEDENK Belfair Community Baptist Chantilly lace with pearl sequins rocks, driftwood, pots and other __-. ............ - ................. Church last Friday evening, April and a cathedral train. Her Applications are being materials in the line of gardeningf ..... f ..... - .................... ~--'" 27, Miss Viola Jane Wilkerson, waist-length veil was of Chantllly accepted for the National Red • m a non-league track meet pace with the larger teams for NM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. lace. She carried a. bouquet of for a plant sale planned for may ........... Cross Small Craft School to be l ............... l ann lz. fronts snoma oe neio twltn ........ LentraJ h]tsap junior varsity were Wells - fourth in the 120 Wilkerson of Allyn became thewhite carnations and baby pink ~? conducted June 10-20 at the ........... rack team me uuuoogs were low hurdles and fourth, ale i : bride of Ronald Alan Griffey, son roses, adorned with white ~ ~:~i University of Washington, until may v out omer aonations ........ P ............ tnppea up. tne 14-man track vault; Elliott second hi of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Griffey streamers. may oe aroppea oII at me t'~ortn ........ , gh Dorothy Hutchison, local Red ............ team [rom r~ortn mason was iumo; Guide second 880 Paul of A llyn. Officiating at the ~ , :~:~ Cross directorhasannounced. mason ~moenano uorary in me ......... ~ - - , ; Serving as attendant to the ........ aeteatea on-new Win~ third Ion 'urn A1 double-ring ceremony wasthe bride was her cousin, Mrs. Sally rear dE BeHair iv anytime rot .~, , • _ ,~-- , g J p; The live-in course will offer ....... -., ,,7 lne only two first-place Shearer - second pole vault and Reverend Wendell Harder. mrmer ln[ormauon cau ~naron finishers for the team wer G ' Harding, who wore a floor-length students training as instructors in .............. - e reg Davis third pole vault The bride wore a full-skirted pink and white gown and carried mchmgnt, t;K3-Ol li, or ~rene ............. , " . ~i sailing, canoeing, outboard ........ wens in tne 1/u-yarn nurdles and After a busweek the trackROOl I i ~ Mr~ ~~ , ! boating, and basic rowing. It will uavis L~,a-zu.~z ., Y I I pink carnations and baby roses. ~ i: be held at Conibear Shell House. ' " me 880-yard relay team of Guidi, team had a home meet with ),~~~':- I WANTED i the bride, and Steve Griffey, a For those interested, theUofW • Zech, Shearer and Elliott in a Vashon and Port Townsend. NM David Lazenby, a cousin of [ time of 1:42.3. Wells' time in the came in third with 33V2 points, as brother of the groom, served as coaching staff will also give i~A~C~VI('M I hurdles wasl9.7seconds. Port Townsend had 65% and 74 ~. BOOr Troller candlelighters and ushers. Lyle special training in competitive .-_ _.. . p • .._. I dints zor NM were made by Vashon 82 points. The only first Stormo was best man. rowing. PtLUM~|NG | , , p g Music was provided by Mrs. Guidi second lO0-yard dash lace for the Bulldo s came from To qualify, students must be , | Elliott - second in the 880 run" Gary Scott in the high jump with I C~5-22]0 .1 Wendell Harder. at least 17 years old, be average [ Belfair CR5-3266 [ Stryker third in the 880-yard'a jump of 5 feet 10inches. A reception followed lathe .and Mrs. RorlaldGrlffey swimmers, and be medically [ |.run;McMichaels second in the The NM tracksters tally in SPEC Fellowship Roomofthechurch. AIo| t~leByELEANO /~FE?:7~K approved as fit. An $80 fee covers ............................. --It two mile; Kelley - third in the points for the team cause were board, lodging, textbooks, [ ............................ / javelin; Shearer - second pole Guidi --second, 100-yard run and HOUSIg After a brief wedding trip to the ocean the newlyweds will R instructor outlines and emblems. [ TIITCIOINO. / vault- Davis - third pole' vault second in the 880, Winfourth ............ an" ~ - ' * ; g- For Rent make their home in Allyn. The $ u ~onney - third in the discus in the tri le um and fourth in Th N - " " P 3 p ~Oi~~~IS bride, a senior at North Mason 011 I Be Ifl ir Highw0y Start y0ur e M t*ack*eam c'a,meo ,he,o g,ump;Shearer second O'b$ .,,ab,e,mme0a*e,y .,gh School b. oad a*ed | six first places in the meet with pole vault and in a fourth-place ~p Furnished - 2 bedroom - close June. The groom is a 1972 C~5-61 80 ort Town~end and Chimacum tie in the 120 low hurdles; Wells in Belfair - couples only- no graduate of North Mason High 1~ ast week. ;ary Scott added a - fourth, pole vault; Scott dogs or cats - low rent. School and operatesZephyrBody .......... -~----- ........ ----first in the high jump and in the second in the javelin; and the 880 OWn gas war. 120 low hurdles. Guidi added a relay team grabbed a second CRS-6246after5p.m. . Shop in Allyn in partnership with M his father. Bake Sale first in the 100 and klliott tied place. HAUL Square t ........ for first in the 180 low hurdles Tht baseball team hustled to KEYS LOST May 12tn, iu a.m~to r~oon The mile relay and 880 relay team its first league victory against Menu For - Memorial took first place honors for the ('himacum with the, score of 6-2. ~ North Mason lost AAprilset 23°f onkeySsandwasHillrep°rtedRoad ~~'-- " .... ~- "'~ ~' .,, .-- Bulldogs. Bob Blcvins did a good pitching - .~----~'j~l~ .~ I~ay LiCOrice Other top finishers who kept job as Ken Aries helped out in the according to a complaint filed . • offe,,s cvi.s didn'* a.ow a hit Schools with the sheriff's Belfair office. ~'"~ ~-=-"-~- - May26th, 8-30pm " " ,.,O n1201 • " " Iunt,l the s,×th ,nnmg. and ,n a,l Music by Ernie Van Tine I gave up two hits, fanned 13 " U TahuyaF:ireHalINewAddition I /" /f /~'7~f~rl~ I halters and walked only one WeekofMay7thru,, Will Trade .. TalN I batter Aries sparked NM scoring uya ..~ ~ in the first inning as he walked, MONDAY: Lasagna, buttered • Our lowest-priced ~.ommunaTy t,;IuO I ]t -- '19. I then stoic second baseand scored green beans, fruit, French Almost new portable Datsun II.. ........... on a Chimacum error, bread, ice cream. Hoover spin dry washer • Around 30 miles per for used washer and pollution problem, Mr. Swift said The date this year has been The Ralph Farley Duo Vocals, Piano, Organ, Drums STARTING MAY 16 .,,L.OV,,. ( Cap DeM.iero Trio -- Fri. & Sat. Stan Quinn -- Each Wed. & Thurs. WESTBAY SHOPPING CENTER, Port Orchard TR 6-8632 4 P.M. TO 10 P.M. AND WEEKENDS To serve Doctor of Motors Repair Nothing to small or to big Complete Motor Overhaul Bob Newman - Belfair In a non-league game later in the week the baseball team had a lot of fight but was put down by North Kitsap 7-2. North Mason's runs came in the top of the fourth while taking advantage of a NK error. Couple celebrates silver anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece of Belfair celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary during a California vacation and with guests Easter weekend. The couple and their two children, Rob and Eileen, visited Disneyland and other areas of interest in California during the April trip. The Reeces were married April 24, 1948, in Kelso, Cowlitz County. They made their first home in Darrington, Washington and have lived in Belfair the past 22 years. Reece is employed at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard as a nuclear crane operator. Mrs. Reece is secretary-treas- urer of two mixed bowling leagues and her husband is coach of a girls' softball team in Belfair. Both are members of Belfair Community Baptist Church. Maggie Lake ~ln 5 year old cabin on 05'x317' waterfront lot with outbuildings. Heavily wooded with western exposure and Hood Canal access. MUST SEE to appreciate. $11,500.00Terms REID REALTY CR 5-2868 or Evenings CR 5-6379 Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Belfair Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shetton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 3, 1973 for Patios, Carports, Boat House, etc. 2' Coverage 26" x 96 ..... s2" 26"x 120".... $3 26"x 144".... 2" Coverage 26"x 96". .... $319 26"x 120"....$399 26"x 144" .... s4" Styrofoam Use for building swim floats, floating docks; boat buoys, etc. 10" x 20" x 9'. ......... Each. 29 Fuller's Special Latex FuI-Stain Exterior 100% Acrylic Latex Ava.ab e in white 15 ready mixed 527 colors and over 1,000 custom tints. THIS WEEK ONLY ...................... Interior Latex Pastel tints only, regular $6.29 gallon ...................... Gal. DOWNTOWN LUMBER COMPANY 117 2nd Street ES3-1495 Near Ferry Dock -- Free Parking HOURS: 8-5 Weekdays, Saturday 8-3:30 TUESDAY: Oven fried chicken, whipped potatoes w/butter, orange-pineapple dessert, hot roll and butter. WEDNESDAY: Baked beans with wiener pennies, buttered spinach, applesauce, muffins. THURSDAY: Tamale pie, buttered corn, jetlo salad, hot roll, frosted grahams. FRIDAY: Fish sticks w/tartar sauce, French fries, tossed salad, pudding w/whipped topping. National Bank The hometown •bank. dryer in good running order. CR5-6246 Kitchen Queen With roll-top cabinet. Old pine hand-made Furniture 1870 Circa Upholstered Swing Rocker Belfair CR5-3156 that the water table drops when there is no rain so this problem was not evident during his testing period. Kitsap County Health Department will take samples of the family water supply if requested if there is a question that can be solved by testing. Water supplied by underground springs has been a winner with a very low coliform count. The telephone number has recently been changed, so jot down 479-2251 if in need of their services. Belfair was well represented at the recent Kitsap Writer's Club annual dinner held at the Hearthstone Restaurant. Visiting judges ended the evening with awards in three categories of fiction, non-fiction and poetry that had been submitted by members. Some articles were read which had special points of interest in meeting the publication editor's requirements and avoiding the set for May 18. Many of us hope this will do wonders in stopping some of the prolific growth by using the blooms for decorations. An after-hours system by which the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency can deal with environmental emergencies has been established. Anyone who finds an unexplained fish kill, pesticide accident, oil or chemical spill in the water is encouraged to report by calling Seattle, 442-1200. D and G Tree Service Topped, trimmed or removed, fully insured CR5-2117 Wes Griffey TR6-4783 Lou Dobbs gallon • Reclining buckets • 4-speed stick (optional automatic) • Safety front disc brakes • Whitewalls, wheel covers • Much more, all standard Drive a Datsun... then decide. "Plus Dealer Pt;ep., Destination and Handling Charge, Tax & License. From Nissan with Pride CHUCK HASELW00D DATSUN 2130 6th St. ES 3-5071t Golf and Country Club Now Offerinc Tennis, Golf and Recreational Programs NON-PROPERTY OWNER MEMBERSHIP GOLF ONLY TENNIS ONLY GOLF AND TENNIS ONLY Single Person $100.00 Single Person $ 50.00 Single Person $135.00 2 member family $150.00 2 member family $ 75.00 2 member family $200.00 Family $200.00 Family $100.00 Family $250.00 Also opening new lake front lots STAN KRtEGEL & LANCE THURSTON Tennis & Golf Directors Public Meeting May 7th-7 p.m. at the Club House A VACATION ATMOSPHERE FOR YEAR-ROUND LIVING! COFFEE SHOP • PRO SHOP , GIFT SHOP ,I~ 2 BLOCKS WEST OF ALLYN -~ Thursday, May 3, 1973 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3 ....... . L ...... 7 " : ....