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Construction -- Builder We have building lots & financing. NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING LICENSED -- INSURED -- BONDED 80 Thru 250 Moto Cross 80 Thru 360 Endors 250, 350, 500, 650, 750 STREETS I Monday - 12 noon to 6:30 p.m. I | Tues - Fri. 9:30 to 6:30 p.m. I Sat. 9:30 to 4 p.m. J BETHEL BUILDERS ;iberglass NGLES ..... $14.95 With 20 year bond rl White and Green 3 ....... $5.49 LEb ROOF COATING ......... $4.95 rHELENE FOUR MIL 50 10 x 50 12 x 50 $4.99 $5.99 THROUGH OCTOBER 31 Red & Antique Included lass Door $100 , "6"lO::Scree~~ inE:l'uded , )i,.'ij lass D.o.o.r . Ea. $135 refit ishe I 4 ---- i,,: I ' DOors $1 Mahogany uOors ...... $16.95 lICK Cabinet Birch End $19" Defect ................. Fir Shop Plywood ................. Each $9 Fir Shop Plywood ............... Each s9 Particle Board ................... Eac.$5" Particle Board ................... Each$5'0 T 1-11 Shop ...................... Each$5:s T 1-11 Shop ..................... Each$6" Sheathing ...................... E,o.s4=' Styrofoam Sheets ............. Each U-Haul ................... Joint mad ............... Each S patterns Royaltile, for kitchen or bathroom, defects ............... Runner ........................ Each Ozite Indoor, Outdoor .................... Lineal Foot Pour Insulation three cubic foot ................ Each (This is an investment, not an expense.) Birch Paneling ....................... $34' Paneling Oistressed ............... Eac. $34e Paneling In Co,or ............ Each S84' 2 only- S' Fiberglass $95 awerslightly damaged .................... ~'VE AN EXCELLENT STOCK OF PREFINISHEO OR SHED SHELVING Shelving custom Cut ................ FOOt Casing ...... : .............. Eac. 49* Pine Mouldings ................. Each IS* Becking ,x, Economy ................... M $69 2xtO Utility ................... M $155 lX8 Economy .................. M Sllo ~/4x8 Cabin Grade .................... M ~/4xl 0 Quality Grade..." .................. , Tops .................. Lineal Foot 8-6 -- Friday 8 a.m.-9 P.m.--Saturday 8 a.m.-S p.m. BankAmericard & First Bank cards welcome. PEOPLE ;OME FIRST AT . . . SOuth of Port Orchard on Bethel Rd. Grapeview By LOUISE EWART- 426-4925 Grape picking in Grapeview just about took the shortest time on record for the whole picking time lasted just one weekend when the vines were stripped, and this in a heavy rainstorm. Orchard Beachers had a busy weekend with a variety of animals wandering around. First we were invaded by pigs, 12 of them in all sizes. They ambled from yard to yard as the residents waved sticks and yelled, loud or soft, depending on where the pigs were rooting. For two days they were around and even walked up to the main highway and caused a traffic problem. Next came the goat family, momma, baby and a very smelly poppa; then a little brown pony. Tuesday the owners came looking for the animals. Mr. and Mrs. Young, who have a farm in the woods, had been called to Chicago and the man who was supposed to be taking care of the animals had an accident and could not come; so when the animals got hungry enough they took matters into their own paws, hooves or whatever and found their own food. I wonder how many pigs made it home, for it was the first weekend of hunting season they were loose. Thursday night the Shelton drama department Children's Theatre production of "Egad What A Cad" delighted a small but appreciative audience. There were several curtain calls to applaud the talented actors and the clever costumes. The cast performed all week for the grade schools in the area. I just know all who saw it enjoyed the play as much as I did, so I am going to take it on myself to thank the cast for a very "happy hour." It's "country store" time again. This yearly looked-for event will be held November 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Grapeview firehall. There will be the usual goodies: baked goods, plants, clam chowder and handmade gift items. (How about a little early Christmas shoooing?) The chairman, ~Zirginia Iqicks, is just back from a trip to Germany and is full of vim, vigor and new ideas. This year there is a surprise door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Moore have just returned from a month's trip to Minnesota visiting friends and relatives and sightseeing. Mr. Moore retired this year and he and Mrs. Moore come home once in awhile to rest up, for they have done some serious traveling all over the United States since he retired. The Fair Harbor Grange will have its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. November 1. This will be preceded by the usual potluck supper at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Grapeview firehall. Louise Ewart will show slides taken on a recent trip to Greece. The election of the 1974 officers will be held. FOR SALE Electric stove, coffee table, end table, 14" Emerson TV and miscellaneous items. CR 5-6326. School Teacher Needs to rent, lease or buy small acreage with house. Contact: Mark Miller, CR 5-2811. GARAGE SALE Appliances, 3 bar stools, chest of drawers $10, miscellaneous items. CR 5-3766. ~ qlII~ .iIIll* 911Iii~ ,llIIll. ,=III~ ,=lII~ ,ilIlib ~I~ I REWARD I I Male Alaska Husky, black and I white, choke chain, lost at Collins Lake on October 20th CR 5-2758. Music Lessons $2.50 Per Week Band Instruments C. BAKER 884-2618 -- VAUGHN ZSTnZTroTeS'O IT P bYl millions of homemakers. Blue W Lustre carpet cleaner is tops. t BELFAIR HARDWARE 0 BELFAIR FULL GOSPEL CHURCH bly of God SUnday Service 9:45 a.m,Sunday School for all ages 11:00 a.m ...... Morning Worship 7:00 P.m ..... Evening Evangelistic Wednesday 7 p.m ....... Bible Study & Prayer Pastor Leo Hamar CR5-631 5 Sunday Services 9:45 a.m ..... Sunday School 11 a.m .... Morning Worship 7 P.m .... Youth Fellowship Meeting BELFAIR r P.O. Box 407 John Senn, Pastor Church phone -- CR5-6262 By JEAN FEDENK win ;e 2 By BEVERLEY STEINKE D team tykes shook Sheridan in terrific play as Pat Eigner and Bobby Griffiths were fight in there for a combination of 4 TDs. Leland Stice ran the extra points, while each boy did a marvelous job of blocking and tackling. The victory score was North Mason 28 - Sheridan 8. With our B members all steamed up, they began their game with an unbelievable TD by Steve Lomax from the 20 yard line, in the first minute of play. Dave Andrews, quarterback, (who also has a brother Paul on the A team playing a similar position) chalked up a TD along with Jim Marks, later, for a grand total of 18 against Sheridan's 28. These boys are presently fighting for first place in their division so this non-league game was an important one, since Sheridan has the same idea for their division. It could be that these two teams may vie for county championship in the November 3 playoffs at Mission Creek Youth Camp field. Lucky C team wiped out Sheridan 14 to 0 which just showed them who is the best in our division. Steve Ferguson and Tommy Newman scored the points, but without the teamwork of the others it couldn't have been accomplished. Unlucky Allen Hodge had an injured finger which is twice this year misfortune has come his way. Quattlebaum, Lauderback, Rawley and Johnson played exceptionally well during A combat. Steinke intercepted an amazing pass and Sellers recovered a fumble for North Mason in third period action. Don Burke and team-mates Andrews and Becker worked out several unusual runs and passes to keep their opponent from getting the ball many times. The most unique touchdown of the day was when Gunselman lateralled to Bianchi who galloped up the field 45 yards, with only 16 seconds to go, for the most beautiful TD you've ever seen. It was a tough game and NM tipped their hats at last as Sheridan won 33 to 6. Pea Wee coaches are presently being recruited for the basketball season which begins in late November. Men who are willing to work with boys can call Mr. Vaughn at CR 5-2094 for details. Chico comes here to challenge us this weekend, and results of those games should be a humdinger. Thursday, November 8 at 7 p.m. has been set for the football awards party in the high school cafeteria. Basketball registration will follow immediately afterwards. Fees remain the same as in the past for Pee Wee sports. PACK MEETING Cub Scout Pack 513 will meet with their parents at 7:30 p.m. October 25 in the multi-purpose room of the new elementary school in Belfair. The girls' tennis team has scored a special win this year. In the match against Charles Wright the team walked off with a 4-1 win. This may not appear better than any other tennis match, but Charles Wright.hasn't lost a match for a good two years of play. In other words, this win was an upset. Of the five league matches, North Mason seems to be top of the league with a slate of three wins and no losses, with two league matches left in the season. For the season record, North Mason is 5 and 0, and the team record up-to-date is now 21 wins and 1 loss. The Charles Wright matches were: 1st singles - Jean Fedenk(NM) def. Moore, 6-1,6-2; 2nd singles - Kathy Krueger(NM) def. Olsen 6-2, 6-3; 3rd singles - Jan Lackey(NM) def. Callaghan 6-0, 6-0 ; 1 st doubles Krueger/Lackey def. Smart/Kronenberger, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 and 2nd doubles - Hayward/Hills def. Dorenda Wiseman/Karen Schillinger(NM) 6-0, 7-5. The second doubles match, hampered by outside interference (soccer balls and apple cores coming across the court), showed great determination and court etiquette by Wiseman and Schillinger. In a rough game with Orting, North Mason football team was zonked 39-0. This away league game had some hidden complications as the night went on. Taking control of the first quarter and most of the second, -the-Bulldogs held off Orting's attack. The North Mason team made three drives deep into opposing team territory in the first quarter. In the second quarter the Bulldogs didn't let Orting gain any grotmd. The third period had the Bulldogs still hanging in there with Orting ahead by 13 points. Then in the final period of play, things went wrong. Orting scored 26 points with an aerial attack that knocked NM for a loop. Defensively Tom Johnson, Ken Aries and Joey Johnson did an outstanding job. Tom Johnson had 14 tackles, Aries 11 and Joey Johnson 11 tackles. Aries, who was heavily manned, did some scrambling both defensively and offensively. The leading runner of the game was Stan Presley with 8 carries for 33 yards. In passing: Mike VanBuskirk was 5 for 55 yards, Aries 4 for 18 yards, Ken Wolle 5 for 27 yards and A1 Shearer 3 for 6 yards. Mike Huson and Craig Bishop did the quarterbacking, in which 17 of 35 passes were completed for 106 yards. One of the sour notes of this game was an injury to end Mike VanBuskirk. In the last minutes of the game VanBuskirk suffered 3 cracked fibs and will be out for the rest of the season. VanBuskirk, a senior, was an asset to the team and scored quite a few points for the Bulldogs. North Mason's last home football game will be Friday October 26 with Vashon. By INGA MARIE ST. CLAIR 426-8824 Robert and Ellen Hughes and their daughter recently returned from spending a few fun days on vacation in British Columbia. They did a lot of sightseeing and enjoyed the beautiful weather. Nancy Welch would like to invite all who are interested in making holiday items for the MBC annual Christmas bazaar to meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting at 10 a.m. Bring your own sack lunch. If you wish more information call Nancy at 426-6080. Any help will be greatly appreciated. The goblins will be out in force at the MBC Club this Saturday night. Bea Schnettler reminds us the Halloween party will be held at that time. It will be a masquerade with prizes for best costumes in different categories given. Charge is $5 a couple; furnish your own beverage and ice. A taco lunch will be served at midnight. It is nice to be able to report that the scouts added $53 to their treasury during the last bottle pick-up. Another pick-up is scheduled for November. Curtis and Verna Heath of Paradise have been busy entertaining company from out of state. Their brother-in-law, Melvin Laturner of Salina, Kansas, spent a few days enjoying activities around this area. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and son Bobby of Stites, Idaho spent several days with the Heaths. George is Verna's brother. We all wish to extend sympathy to the family of Alfred Caswell of Mason Lake ~'ho passed away October 10. He is survived by his wife Laura, three children, seven grandchildren and two sisters, one of whom is Donnie Cronk of Mason Lake. The funeral was held in Seattle on October 13. Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Hovey recently returned from a 30-day vacation visiting their son Carl and family in Toledo, Ohio, and neighbors and friends in Sylvania, Ohio. They attended the annual picnic of the DuPont Company, former employers of Mr. Hovey. Mrs. Hovey spent one day greeting friends and former fellow workers at St. Vincent's Hospital, also surprised many friends by attending a cookout on the banks of the Mannell River in Toledo. She was also guest of honor at a surprise luncheon given on the 28th floor of the new Fiberglas tower building in Toledo. Many parties were held in their honor during their stay in Ohio and they attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Susan Jones. Their son Carl, who is an avid hunter, took them to visit a marsh area where thousands of Canadian geese gather for their fall feed. Open season on these birds is during October. The Hoveys helped celebrate their son's birthday in Frankenmuth, Michigan, where two famous Bavarian restaurants are located. Their family meals are famous and very delicious. On their return trip they stopped to visit Grace's father who is confined in a nursing home in Boise, Idaho. Needless to say, the Hoveys are still "restin' up" after so long and busy a vacation. South Shore News Carol Zech is unable to continue writing her Canal Life - South Shore column. Any person interested in reporting news of the South Shore area for the Herald is asked to call the office, CR 5-6680, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. MAILBOX STOLEN A mailbox and its post were reported stolen from the Tahuya area October 17. Thousands of men and women have brightened their lives and the lives of others by becoming Girl Scout Leaders. Also wanted are Assistant Leaders and Septic Tanks Drain Fields INSURED ,- LICENSED FRANK DeMIERO CR 5-6155 BELFAIR, WA. BELFAIR AUTO WRECKING Open Sundays noon t6-6 p:rri: OPEN: Daily 10 a.m. to 6 fP.~. including Saturdays. At county line north o elfair on Hiway 3. "JUNK CARS HAULED CR 5-6677 Helpers. For information, without obligation, on how you can become a Girl Scout.Leader, just mail the coupon below. For quick information, telephone your local Girl Scout Council. I Girl Scouts Belfair P.O. Box 587 Beifair, Wa. 98528 Without obligation, please send me free literature tell- ing how I can become a Girl I Scout Leader Asaistant or Helper. Name Address- J City_---- I State __Zippy_ Telephone__ I I SERVING FAMILIES IN !1 THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1909 Call Us Collect From Anywhere ' il 5303 Kitsap Way ES 7-3836 J Lester M. Lewis, Sr. Lester M. 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In stock now! 377-3928 Bremerton Navy Yard Highway Was $3,800, New 16' Marlin, 85 h.p. & trailer Now ...... $2,795 New 15' Rivera Was $1,295, Now ........... $ 795 17' Glas-Ply, 65 h.p. & trailer ............. $2,295 17" Glasspar, 65 h.p. & trailer ............. $1,895 17' Fibercraft Full Top ................... $ 495 16' Dunphy ............................. $ 395 16' Tahitian ............................. $ 37fi Discount prices on 1973 & motors in BANK TERMS I=PlR CR5-2297 Thursday, October 25, 1973 - Huckleberry Herald section of (i u, Journal - Page 3'