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

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30 Jan 1972

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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1972, Port Angeles, Washington2evening port 1972 be kind to Birds and people too by Grace Charnell women editor no sooner had the Snow Cov ered the landscape Here than Bird lovers started urging people to put out food for their Little feathered certainly seeds on the ground Are beyond their reach under a foot or More of the kind we have now is so dry it even drifts under Bushes and Trees covering up supplies of food often remaining for the put a Little something out for them and enjoy their company As they flock to your but there Are other areas that need a Little More attention while Winter Many elderly and sick people who Are unable to get out in the Snow and the grocery store could be on the Moon As far As they Are with no deliveries the groceries Are strictly for going and those who Are sure of foot and have chains or Snow tires on their cars could now and to do a Little shopping for these Hutins if they realize How much it would another Way to share the advantages of having transportation if one is going to be out anyway is to offer a lift to a senior citizen who would like to visit a spouse at a nursing the Library offers free courier service for Hutins who crave something to read or records to this is a wonderful Way to brighten the Long hours alone for a some volunteers plan to Start a project of making a Telephone Call to Hutins at a regular time each Day just to Check up on How things Are with besides providing a pleasant break in a lonesome such a Call could make sure the Shutin is getting along All right and needs no emergency dont wait for people to ask for they May be too proud to ask although they would be pleased if assistance were of it could be that this spell of cold weather could bring on a warmer climate of Friendship port evening news published afternoons monday through Friday and on sunday morning at 305 first port Telephone second class postage is paid at port suggested subscription rates by Junior dealer and motor routes per month by mail in Callam and Jefferson counties per s10 six three months elsewhere in yearly the club will hold a Box social and nominate Royalty candidates at the next meeting 4 at the Saddle club reports the olympic Saddle club welcomed Kristy Wells into the membership Friday guests were Lynn and Brad wedding held in Sanctuary the greatest Joy in life is the greatest Power in life is the greatest Battle in life is the Battle against Prater Chad our most valuable possessions Are those which can be shared without lessening those which when shared our least valuable possessions Are those which when divided Are Danforth try giving yourself David Dunn paid advert mothers March James and Paul out for the mothers March for Call on Jerry with her Are sons and neighbor Charlene due to the the mothers March is being conducted throughout the week at the convenience of some May wait until the weather says chairman Ted City Library schedules nature closeup program former chief olympic Park naturalist Gunnar Fagerlund will give an illustrated lecture on nature closeup on thursday at in the senior drop in Center As part of the port Angeles Public Library family night the Public is invited to attend and admission is says City librarian Jim born in North has always enjoyed the out doors and wanted to find a profession which related to this he also has had a lifelong interest in his interests and talents have proved most valuable and will be apparent to those attending the says nature closeup will reveal the design and details found in Many of the plants Are native to the olympic Fager funds commentary is designed to give the viewer a new interest and appreciation Beauty in his photographs have been used to illustrate books published on the olympic National and he is currently working on photographs for a Book on the forests and Trees of the Park by Jack Juanita Jane Sisk and Stanley Miner Simpkins were married the afternoon of 14 at the first Baptist the James Ledbetter performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of family and close friends of the she is the daughter of and George and Simpkins Are the bridegrooms arrangements of Cut Flowers decorated the the Bride was Given in marriage by her Jim she wore a beige and Brown knit suit with Side laced suede her Corsage was White Linda Lombardi was her Sis ters she wore a Brown and White ensemble with a yellow Rose Spud Cawyer was Best the Mother of the Bride wore a suit of Turquoise Handwoven fabric with Black her Corsage was a the Mother of the bridegroom and Jeff Layman newly marrieds at Home and Jeff Layman Are at Home at 533 Vashon after their wedding trip to they were married in Victoria she is the former Sherry daughter of Betty Lou Layman is the son of and Harold the newlyweds Are graduates of port Angeles schools and he is a Carpenter by Bridge lessons offered the Myca will offer lessons in duplicate Bridge each monday afternoon for those who wish to learn to play the Madison and Hankins will instruct the class which will meet weekly at the y from 1 to 3 school lunch menu monday Wiener tuna chocolate pudding and Peanut butter tuesday Sloppy tossed Green egg salad wednesday garlic fruit Cherry thursday tuna Carrot and celery fruit Friday soup and grilled cheese hot tuna chocolate Chip every Day dear Abby soft spoken husbands plea pipe Down by Abigail Van Buren by Chicago news dear Abby i wonder if other men have my and if what can be done about i come from a soft spoken and i am mar ried to a woman who never Speaks in a Normal she yells she never tells anyone to do she shouts and she keeps shouting until the children shout Back at which i do not she also hollers out of the doors and windows at the children until i am ashamed before the i have spoken to her about it to no 1 cannot even talk on the Telephone at Home for All the noise in the it is getting so that 1 hate to come Home in the what do you suggest tired ears dear tired one who constantly shouts is usually irritable and if your wife has recently developed the habit of she May need to see a if she was this Way when you married re a Man May fal in love with u but he has to marry the whole wore a Navy Blue knit with red and White trim and Black a her Corsage was a White the informal reception followed at aggie after a trip to Ocean shores the newlyweds Are at Home at 531v2 she is a graduate of Forks High and a licensed beautician who is working at Taylors her a graduate of Cascade High school in is a musician and quoting women by the associated press some quotable quotes from women during the week i am not the candidate of Black although i am Black and i am not the candidate of the women movement in this Al though i am a and i am equally proud of Shirley Chisholm of new in announcing she is a candidate for the democratic presidential calling All teenagers what olympic youth banquet where Harrington when who All High schooners speaker Don Parrot director of Zambica music the mariners for reservations Call 4579152 or 4577984 the whole idea of girls be longing to boys is whats a Kinder Garten teacher and spokes woman for Suffolk women objecting to a school program which gives the letters of the alphabet a sex and a personality and shows the girl vowels As needing the male consonants for getting engaged soon and my a ring that has been a family dear Abby i am Fiance wants to give me heirloom for last week he brought it Over and showed it to me but i dont like it at it is really Gaudy and 1 cant see myself wearing anything like should i Tell my Fiance i dont like it or should i accept it so everyone else will be Happy suffer ring dear suffering ask him if he wants to give it to you As a Token engagement or if he expects you to if he expects you to Wear level with Simpkins dear Abby my husband and i Are presently drawing up our and one of the toughest decisions we have to make is the placement of our children if my husband and i were both to go at the same our children Are 2 and we want very much for All three children to be placed in the Home of a i have Sisters and Brothers and so has my All of whom would be willing to take one or More of the but it seems such an unfair Burden to place All three kids in one we cant see splitting them up into two or three can you or any of your readers help us Settle this stalemate dear stalemate talk it Over with the relatives you would want to raise your and dont be too concerned about burdening one family with All three the chances of you and your husband going at the same time Are very confidential to heartsick parents in Al from your 1 would say that you did your Stop punishing some parents train up a child in the Way he should but out of rebellion and deep seated the child deliberately departs from wools your problem youll feel better if you gel it off your write to Box los for a personal reply enclose addressed hate to write letters Send to Box pm for Abby How to lot ten for All mistrusted Banks at there was a question in a lot of Peoples minds How seriously to take me and whether i had any authority or now there is a better understanding of my function As press Deanna the nations Only female press Secretary to a John love of Colo Beauty school request repeat specials Fra special hair set haircut Complete 59 free manicure or facial 111 West 4529761 no appointment necessary Complete permanent wave Good thru 5 Beauty school a an elderly woman mistrusted Banks and believed that her Money would be safer if she alternately hid a nest egg at her Home and that of her her daughter was taking the wrapped in a Towel in Side of her Back to storage at her mothers House police said the younger Wom an was stopped by two knife wielding men who robbed her of the pocketbook and the police would not identify either of the girls jumpers dresses values to 5 now 4 105 first

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