Port Angeles Evening News in Port-Angeles, Washington
27 Jan 1972

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27 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 27, 1972, Port Angeles, Washington2evening port 1972 Council Erna Fountain retires officers Gabe Schmidt club has program the Joyce Sadd leites 4h club held meetings this in the Crescent school cafeteria 10 the executive Board met with leaders and officers to discuss their jobs and 18 ten members had a swimming party at the Pool and refreshments at a restaurant a litter and aluminium drive is set for the 4h members and families will see free films 23 at Crescent Toos Moster a Small group of toastmasters met tuesday Bob Garling was will Morrish Bob Kennedy Gene Lykken evaluator and Chuck Johnson was timer and a bucket the topic cup was won by Best speaker went to Len Slowey for his second speaker was Bob Gary Moriarity was voted most Juan de Fuca Council of Camp fire girls held its annual meeting at a dinner in the club House monday outgoing president Ralph Christensen turned the Gavel Over to the new Gabe other new officers Are vice president Dan Secretary Leonard Eder and treasurer Harry John honors for outstanding service were presented to Hugh Ralph Chris Jack Warren Harry Leo Frank quack Schmidt and George philosophers Tell us behaviour is geared to the stimulus of nothing motivates us to action like the expectancy of Reward or fruitful we Are aware expectancy As an important Factor in our it causes us to respond favourably and confidently to worthwhile and to go that extra mile when already we Are exhausted and would otherwise give kiwanis hears speaker Ernest Waters presented a film on the Steelhead Story at kiwanis on this film came from the Washington state film this was a narrated film showing fishing in the ska git one of the principal Rivers for this Type of there Are two types of Steelhead the those who fish from the shores and the those who Drift the Rivers in special tackle and flies Are the history of the Fry was shown and predation took Many of the excess Silt in the together with ducks As predators diminished the the process of hatching eggs in also the scientific methods of transporting fish from Ponds into trucks then emptied into Rivers was the game depart ment is meeting the Challenge of fishing today for the needs of Tomo i speaker Erna Fountain has retired from her position As supervisor of welfare eligibility Section for the state department of Public assistance after 16 since 14 she has been at Home with her husband Edward who retired from the City Light department five years they plan to travel and also enjoy the outdoors Here on the it All depends on the which Way they turn when the spirit moves she Fountain loves to hike and has been a member of Klah Hane club for Many fishing is another pleasure she even by herself if no one else is so at Lake Crescent and the Lyre she also likes snowshoeing and skiing in Erna grew up in Kenny South of worked in a Bank at Renton where she was married and moved Here with her husband in she became a housewife when their two daughters and one son were work with Camp fire girls took up much of her spare Erna has always been inter ested in exploring the Woods and has plans to study native foods As possible survival mushrooms fascinate her but she is leery of trying any but those she knows Well and has no trouble another Hobby Erna enjoys is she went to work in the first place because she Doest consider the role of housekeeper enough to interest her full it Doest she and her husband May get a camper and explore All up and today4 Edward Fountain Down the Pacific coast from Canada and maybe he has a brother in British Columbia with his May join Erna and de on but Erna and de cant think of a place they rather live than on the the climate and As Well As All their make this their favorite their Rod lives Here daughter Russell Ellis lives in Astoria and son Bill is stationed with the air Force in Platts Reading association will present speaker the olympic Peninsula Council of the International Reading association will meet monday at Franklin elementary the speaker will be Dorothy Whittington of the Seattle Public the Public is invited to Whittington has taught in the primary schools for 18 14 of those years have been with disadvantaged from 196566 she was director of education for the Central area motivation she has authored and social studies texts for five different publishing she has Given presentations and workshops in Many states including some of the presentations Are 1 a series of classes preparing mothers to teach cod breaking to their own cosponsored by the Chicago Urban league and Center for inner City studies 2 i service sessions for High school and Junior High language arts teachers in Seattle Central area 3 a workshop for title Vii Reading teachers in the Central area arid 4 a migrant teacher workshop in Moses everyone is Welcome to hear there will be Coffee at 7 and the meeting at Rainbow girls Glenn Simkins Rainbow Assembly installs miss Laurie Schmocker was installed worthy advisor of port Angeles inter National order of Rainbow for saturday night at the masonic her moments of was in Pink letters on a White background with four carved owls grouped on her colors were Pink and yellow and she wore a Long formal of Pink installing officers were past worthy advisors Dolly Valerie Heckman Malinda Kathy Hutto and Mary Junior past worthy members of the order of performed the sword also installed on the advisory Board were worthy associate advisor Jean Graham Vickie Heckman Janice Prince Sheila Albright Rainbow Jack Graham and Mother Lucille James Wheeler and James Beasler Dave Moffat had charge of Allen Longfellow provided the Organ and Ted Doss was responsible for the mothers club arranged the grow a Hamill work win Fanity crafts Are alive it May be the machine and the dawning of total but some dropouts from the computer society Are resisting in an intensely creative these people Are making things with their own hands one of a kind salad Wall chests of drinking chairs and some Are others Are for but each is a personal in Celebration of this event is objects a collection of 20th Century assembled by Lee whose gallery has hosted Many Craft and Paul Smith of the museum of contemporary the exhibit is sponsored by Johnson Wax and now there is a objects which shows Many of the objects and gives biographies of their the exhibit opened at the smithsonian museum in and will travel to museums and colleges across the All the Media mosaic and Metal Are and there is something for theres whimsy there Are examples of Avant Garde All of which show a High Quality of birthday Shelly daughter of and Mike Nichols of is one year old grandparents Are Wayne Nichols of and ameral of schedule dear Abby mistress gets facts of wife by Abigail Van Buran in or Cal cow Newt dear Abby May i give your readers the Benefit of my very valuable experience i address this to any woman who is in love with a married Man never expect to see him on sundays or never Call him at dont Ever expect him to take you out in but be prepared to entertain him at your he May bring a bottle or the steaks but in actual dollars and cents you will spend More on him than hell spend on never depend on him in times of personal dont believe him when he tells you his wife is a too or too and she Hast slept with him for 10 dont Ever expect his wife to divorce if she catches she knows that you Are not his first and wont be his she is not about to give up her social financial Security and retire ment income because of her Dis covery will probably terminate his affair with so be prepared to get some new and find another married Man whose wife is a too fat or too thin and Hast slept with him for 10 sign me his wife dear wife Bravo thanks for dear Abby my husband and i recently met a very attractive and charming we took to each other on first meeting and they asked us if we played we said we so they invited us Over for a foursome of we my husband and enjoy but these people took the game so that they nearly came to blows with each other All evening Long they were making Sarcas tic remarks to each other and my husband and i didst enjoy the evening one we invited them to our Home avoiding any mention of cards when we asked but we ended up playing Bridge this time was worse than the first they have since twice invited us Over for Bridge and i said we were we they Are a charming couple when they Arent playing and wed like to see them if they invite us would it be proper for us to accept and suggest we dont play cards North and South dear North that one Way of finding out if its your company they or a foursome for dear Abby when my wife and i were she was and i was she said at the time she didst want any children until she was sure our marriage would last its lasted for 11 and Shes still not i told her if she Doest make up her mind by next she will have to get another daddy for any Chil Dren she plans to because i am not about to Start raising kids in my Middle if you can provide me with any other arguments for my please let me have thank no kid myself dear no kid i think youre the one who being your wife Doest really want any there Are of but a daddy who old enough for social Security is hardly Young enough for touch foot confidential to sorry in there is no disgrace in i was wrong it proves that youre smarter today than you were confidential to Golden Gate girl the Man who is forever talking about what a great Man he is with the ladies is usually doing what he does whats your problem youll feel better if you get it Ell Yew write to Box lot for a personal reply endow Adir Moi for of cays new what too attn Watt to a Ltd to Box lot auditions auditions for music scholarships to Brigham Young University will be held at the lds 2225 Perry in Bremerton applicants should be High school seniors or graduates who have taken the act test prior to audition arrangements Are to be made through Beulah port Telephone three by artists will be presented in concert at the lds Church in Bremerton Friday at 8 there will be no admission party Marc son of and Marvin was one year old party guests were aunt and and Gary with grandparents Leona Stenberg of Edward Stenberg of and Wil Liam the american Bible society catered to midwestern football fans last fall when it published the big ten edition of its Good news for modern port Angeles evening nexus published afternoons monday through Friday and on sunday morning at 305 first port 98362 Telephone 452 second class postage is paid at port Angeles suggested subscription rates by Junior dealer and motor routes s2 per month by mail in Callam and Jefferson counties per six three months elsewhere in u s a yearly new fashions take Over the far East pleasant clip clop of Geta or wooden the most traditional of japanese is the Sharp Rattan Tat of women Spike heels has grown louder and louder in the streets As if to indicate a successful Landing of women liberation forces and their triumphant March in the wooden clogs and the corks led japanese Zori slippers have almost As has the Kimono from Tokyo swinging when the weather turns Young japanese girls in miniskirts prefer to walk briskly in knee High leather Many of japans who remember the conservative prewar frown upon the new modes and say they Are the products of american but the girls continue to seek any new fashion Mode from Fumio president of japans National federation of wooden footwear manufacturers said the nations total production of wooden clogs in 1970 declined to 70 million units from 250 million units 10 years of those for women he said the annual output fell from More than 175 million to 10 million Ogawa attributed the decline to the sweeping popularity of Western dresses in recent years in Japan and the mass production of shoes since the Early the Western clothes Are easy to work in and Vinyl sandals easy to throw he to some japanese women of the wooden clogs have the value of luxury or practical the lightest clogs made of the Symbol tree of the japanese Are regarded As the most valuable of the most expensive set is priced at or this compares with the More expensive imported shoes for women priced at around in japanese leather shoes manufacturers they sold More than 30 million pairs of women shoes and also imported an additional pairs from with their hair and yaks Are protected from the cold and can lie Down and rest without fear of the secret of eliminating excess body water dont feel Pul bloated because of water retention and water build v up that May come on Dur f ing the strenuous Days of your premenstrual amazing new opel 1 water a gentle j i helps you lose a i water weight and re Lieve body bloating Pumi Ness Waist and water Eten live swelling of legs and stay As slim As you Are guaranteed or Money Back without get your opel water Pill today at Tom Birk drugs 115 Laurel 4513456 associated grandmothers clubs of Washington games night every sunday grandmothers recreation Center 525 North 4th Sequim 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