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FALL AND WINTER HOURS Weekdays ............. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday .............. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday ............... 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Across from N. Shore Nursery CR 5-3355 Frost-Free Refrigerator SPECIAL 95 Belfair Shopping Center CR 5-2020 - Sell for Less! We are bad news for people who are afraid of reality. TR6-2616 730 Bay Street Port Orchard A belated hda' i .... er a warm winter ixe (rO~" BATTERIES PROPANE TORCHES [ You=----------are i--------nvit-=-ed--io-the%ig--=h sc-----hool open I All day -- October 25th I ............................................... ! ....... ERNIE &-HAROLD ARIES CR5-2031 Week days 8:30-5:30 p.m. --Sat. 8:30-5 p.m. Kltsap Sport Shop KNEISSL MAGIC 1600 SKIS Reg. $149. 170-200 CM .......... Raichle Fiber Jet Super NOW ONLY Reg. $145.00 90 Ski Package Sale HEAD I KNEISSL 160-200 CM I MAGIC GK03 SKIS $120.00 I SHORT SKIS $155.00 I GEZE BINDINGS $ 40.001GEZE BINDINGS $ 40.00 I STRuAoPmS2guf:tyn~ tm...$ 2.50 I STRAPS Sn' td, ......... $ 2.50 c.oc. ..... $ 7.50 I I POLES palcat ......... $ 5.95 170 00 cu,tom mount ng Value .... $ " I engraving & reieas~ ch.ck $ 11.50 Pwg spe=ial $109 90 I --- ..... I valu. $214 95 BUY NOW AND SAVE I ........ AT KITSAP SPORT SHOP I Pkg. spe= , ....... $159.90 CE3 E3 9 =U3= e By ELEANORA FEDENK CR 5-2774 Roberta K. McNeill and Michael E. Hayer exchanged marriage vows in an evening ceremony September 29 at the First Church of Bremerton. The Reverend John D. Rupert officiated for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McNeiJ1 of Panther Lake, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haver of Scotts Bluff, Nebraska. The bride carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white carnations, and wore a gown made by her mother of shiny white satin with a gathered waist and fitted sleeves with inserts of lace. The veil was an original design in a mantilla style with an edging of Italian lace. For something borrowed she used the same lO0-year-old handkerchief loaned by a friend, Mrs. Allison, and carried by her sisters when wed. Matron of honor was Mrs. Paul Haworth. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Gordon Villa, Miss Patty Sherar, and Miss Shelley Nelson. Each carried a single yellow rose. All wore identical gowns of pastel yellow lace as did the younger twin sisters of the bride, Connie and Chriss McNeill, as flower girls. Steve Hayer was best man. Ushers were K. A. Smith, Rich Cleary and Frank Lorillard. Candlelighters were Patrick Pendergrass and Todd Haworth. Paul Haworth was soloist. The wedding reception was held at the Kitsap Golf and County Club. Serving the three tier Maltese cross wedding cake in the bridal colors of yellow and white were Mrs. Roger Nickerson and Mrs. Ed Stebor. Mrs. Christine Ott and Mrs. Dave Beckner, aunts of the bride, poured at the coffee and tea table. Mrs. Ran Tall was at the fountain of punch, with Joe Morgan and Archie Mopers serving the champagne. Kathy Pendergrass and Gladys Mahoney arranged the gift table, and Shelli Pendergrass attended the guest book. Tiny scrolls were set on the tables. The bride is a 1970 graduate of West High School, attended the airline stewardess school at Highline Community College, and is employed at the Seattle First National Bank. The bridegroom is in the navy and is stationed on the USS Ethan Allen. After a honeymoon trip to Acapulco, Mexico, the newlyweds are making their first home on the North Shore of Hood Canal. Out-of-town guests from Hood River, Oregon were the great-grandfather of the bride, Mr. Gas Kohler; Mr. and Mrs. John Kohler and grandmother Mrs. Catherine Pendergrass of Kent. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haworth and son Paul of Jacksonville, Arkansas; Mrs. Christine Ott of Gainsville, Texas; Mrs. Dave Beckner and children Lisa and Eric of San Diego. From Scotts Bluff, Nebraska were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hayer, parents of the groom, and his brother Steve. Tiny ghosts and goblins making the rounds next week for trick or treat will have some protection from playful goons. Among the recent laws passed by the legislature is that it is a specific crime to put objects such as razor blades into Halloween treats or other food. Mushrooms poking up in the fields are going to have company since the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society's show a few weeks ago. Mrs. Rachel Freelin and Mrs. Jean Anderson were browsing along the long table displays of these edible delights when my husband Frank and 1 joined their forces. Our roundup has been only a few of the tasty russilas, and we have scads of what look like tiny pancakes growing in our field. Any luck out your way? By TRACY SCHAUER The Campfire group, A ka den ska, met at Mrs. Corbett's on October I 6. Holly Reed and Cassie Phillips gave reports on activities. We made a roster of names, addresses, telephone numbers and birthdays of each member to earn beads. Members present were Linda Johnson, Tami Jerkovich, Cassie Phillips, Tracy Schauer, Holly Reed, Cindy Gunselman, Julie Smith and Gail Corbett. Gail Corbett served refreshments. KILLER DOGS A complaint was received in the sheriff's local office October 17 of three dogs, described as a German shepherd, a black lab and a large red dog, killing a doe in the Old Belfair Highway area. It was said that it was the third deer killed by the trio within the past two weeks. EAGLE 1N TROUBLE A report was received in the sheriff's office last week of an eagle in trouble on North Shore. The caller said the bird had what looked like a trap on its foot and was having difficulty. The eagle had flown away by the time a deputy arrived. OOO000000000 OQ 000 High School News By KANDIS JESFIELD ql~ll~ qllllll~ ,I~ ,~ ,~1~, 9111l=~ ,qmll~ qlmllP 41mll~ ~ ,=IBII~ 9~lp ~IIBID ,ql~j ,lllll~ qlllllP qlllllD ordeal. Junior girls will have the next bake sale sometime next month. Barbara Van Buskirk is the class representative, so all junior girls may sign up with her anytime now. There have been two recent field trips. The economics class, which has 14 students, went to Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, stockbrokers, October 16. The class left at 8 a.m. and , , returned at 4 p.m. They also visited a pulp mill. They were told Great big cobwebs are OK to bring a handkerchief because for Halloween -- of the smell and, supposedly, they wished they had when they got But after that call us & there. They were also warned not to touch things because people we'll get your have lost limbs and lives. The freshman class and band house clean, class went to East High School to 'I-IU~I'~S111" JANITOR listen to the Seattle Symphony. SERVICE This was held October 17. The program lasted for about fifty CR5-3438 CRS-21SOJ minutes. Chaperones included: Miss Boehi, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Lincoln, Mr. Baker, ,--~.~-'..--:r~='~.'T'--I Mr. Guidi and Mr. Essarey. The program was sponsored by the ORTHOPEDIC GUILD Washington State Cultural Annual I . Country Store O t Nov. 3rd - 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. I I[ Come have lunch with Us. If I Clam chowder - Handicrafts - I Baked goods - Many plants -I rooms I Cider, at the I IGRAPEVIEW FIRE HALL A photographer was here Friday to take orders for senior pictures. The orders will take approximately four weeks. The homecoming dance and other class pictures came last week. Students may still pick them up in the office. The senior class girls had a bake sale last Thursday. Not much money was made, though, because it was sort of a rush Enrichment Program. The senior class went to Olympic College October 23 to find information on colleges they were interested in. Each student had a choice of two colleges to learn about and then went to different to see the representatives. Other than this news, North Mason is still existing and By LENNIA GATES -- CR 5-2245 Little Debbie Schafer, whose folks have a place at Maggie Lake, was all tears and pretty shook up (as were all their neighbors) when a dog literally tore her pet rabbit's cage apart and carried the little fellow away. Debbie had had her pet about eight months and he was always included in their treks out here from Bremerton. Dad's going to get her another this week, but-! Bob and Nancy McGeehee of Bald Point were in Enid, Oklahoma, visiting relatives when the rains hit that town recently. They had six inches of the stuff in 5% hours and over 750,000 acres of wheat were destroyed. Shouldn't have written that I guess - - bread will go up in price again. C. R. Lewis, who, with his wife, lives up the Tahuya River, suffered a heart attack last week. Tabuya fire volunteers responded to the call and attended him while awaiting the Belfair ambulance which took bim to Harrison Hospital in Bremerton. If you haven't sent a donation to the Belfair ambulance fund yet this year, perhaps you'll want to do so now To my knowledge they have never charged for their services out here, which l understand they legally can do, so why not show your gratitude for this invaluable service? Earl Nelson got a fine buck opening day; said it dressed out at about 200 pounds. Orrin Sande got a good shot off last week, too, but it didn't put any meat in their deep freezer. His was a big coyote, and good riddance. There are more of the critters around than we have had for many years and they are death on young fawns as has been evidenced by the many small hoofs lying around, especially up around DeWatto. Congratulations to Hugh and Shirley Lane up Maggie Lake way. The popular couple celebrated their 29th wedding anniversary last Saturday. Couldn't happen to a nicer couple. Well, it's been fun, fun, fun the last week or so on the Tahuya River bridge, where both young and old have been having a ball jigging for smelt. Some of the fish have been small, but a lot in the 7" or better size. Well, the A's won again! In looking ahead toward next year's series, does anyone know whom 1 can contact for the gum concession? ,mlb 0-1IIIb 00000 O.,II~.,III~ O 00000 By Leo & Margaret Livingston -- CR 5-6421 qiil~,gll,, o ~1~. o o o 0 Have you been enjoying our famous Hood Canal smelt during these days of meat shortages? We have. But we must admit we didn't dip them out. ttuge schools of smelt have been seen in the Lynch Cove area. Terry Thaves, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thaves, is now resting up at home after a week's stay in the hospital for surgery. He's hoping that some of his friends will drop in. tie was graduated from North Mason this spring. Summer travelers returned: Florence Baertschiger has returned from a cross-country journey as far as Kentucky and Tennessee. She first flew to Denver where she met her son, Robert Maule, and accompanied him to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. There Robert retired after 20 years in the army. They then continued by car to his home in Herndon, Kentucky. With his family she went on many side-trips. She was especially interested in fossil hunting in a cave near his home. This was Mrs. Baertschiger's first trip to what is the eastern United States to us westerners. She has always been especially interested in the pioneer expansion to the west and was eager to see the famed Mississippi and Missouri Rivers but was dismayed at their pollution. Her family, who had beer, Menu For North Mason Schools The Week of October 29 Oct. 29 -- Scalloped potatoes w/cheese, broiled weiner buttered peas and carrots, hot biscuit w/butter, ice cream milk. [ Episcopal Church Welcomes YoU I~ ST. HUGH S -- ALLYN -- Sunday 9:15 ,,rl I\1/ ST- NICHOLAS -- TAHUYA -- Sunday 1 / ",1/ COME AS 'OO ARE WAHINE: (WAH-HI the friendly Hawaiian word for woman us to Wicked Cologne & Perfume- Light Essence. 9 - 7 WEEKDAYS 9 - 8 FRIDAY 10 - 4 CR 5-6161 Oct. 30 -- Fish sticks w/tartar sauce, tater tots, cabbage salad w/pineapple, hot roll w/butter, dessert, milk. Oct. 31 -- Halloween goblin's surprise, milk. Nov. l -- Brunswick stew, tossed green salad, hot biscuit w/butter, milk. "ull~ Q q~=. o o o o 0 qRl~ batching during her absence, was happy to get back to home cooking. John Baertschiger, a 1973 North Mason High School graduate, is attending Pacific Lutheran College in Tacoma where he is enrolled in the pre-med course. BELFAIR HARDWARE CR5-2031 Haul Rock Bulldoze Fill Dirt CR5-2195 CR5-2113 e air Belfair, Wa. HAPPY HOUR in the GIo Room 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. WEEKEND Tammie & Clyde Friday & Saturday Restaurant HourS: Man. thru ThUt 6 a.m. to | 0 Fri. & Sat. 6 a.m. to 3 a.rfl. Sunday 6 a.m. to 10 P.~' Plenty of free parking lots of room for campers & trailers. GIo Room I 0 a.m. to 2 a.m. Nov. 2 --Tacos, buttered corn, French fries, gingerbread with whipped topping, milk. The hometown bank. continuing as usual. Over 50 Years Combined Service JAMES J. MILLER RICHARD E. BERG INC. OPen Man. through Sat. g to Ii -- Friday 'Ul a 617 NORTH CALLOW ES 3-9589 5505 KITSAP WY. Page 4 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, October 25, i973- BREMERTON, WA. ES7-7648 le e Come in for a cup of coffee and take advantage of our Remodeling Buys D, scont,nued Paint S 4x7 MAHOGANY PANELING ............................... ' 4x8 CAROLINA HICKORY & OLYMPIC WALNUT ....... Reg. $8. 0 NOW 2X4X8 UTILITY STUDS (Green) .............................. 2x4 RL. STD. & BTR. KD ................................ M 5/8 CDX SHOP ......................................... 2x4x8 UTILITY KD ...................................... SHELVING (Standards & Brackets) ........................ UNFINISHED SHELVING (1"x12" Pine) ...................... 2 (1"x10" Pine) ...................... 10% OFF ALL ATCO ROOF COATINGS Right in Belfair CR5-2090 Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Man. thru Fri. Open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed