Puget Sound News bits
Sallie and Don Comstock attended a Mopar show in Tacoma where they received a 1st place award for the best 40's car with the 1947 Dodge Business Coupe street rod.
Gail Darby wondered who Jim's other wife was when she read in the June Issue that Jim and someone named Gayle were celebrating their anniversary. Sorry Gail, that was a an example of a senior moment by the editor.
Sis Barker received a speeding ticket from a patrolman on her birthday. She was going up hill.
Dick Jones informed the editor that his motorcycle was a Gold Wing, not Gull Wing as improperly stated in the TC. Sorry Dick.
Dick and Fran Olson drove their '31 Coupe on the Wood Tour in Poulsbo earlier this month. While on tour the Chevrolet Emblem broke loose from its mounting on the stone guard. They were fortunate that when it fell it lodged itself on the guard about half way down the radiator. Evidently it had been there for some time because Wally Martin saw it earlier in the day and assumed it was suppose to be there.
Gail Darby returned recently from a visit with relatives in Iowa.
Bill Barker gave a ride to a woman on his running board while going up Toe Jam Hill on Bainbridge Island. The car she was in had to turn around and go up backward.
Wally Martin, Bill Barker, Bob Helgeson, Jeff Haines, Rod McCarthy, Dennis and Gerri Johnson, Dan and Shari Johnson, Don and Lynn Boltz, Dick and Fran Olson, and Jim Farris participated in the Wood Tour in Poulsbo. They were joined by Jim Seiber and John Ziegler. Pictures and story in the September Issue.
Wally Martin bought an Anniversary card for Judy in Poulsbo only to lose it when the card, envelope, and bag it was in flew out the window of the '36 somewhere on 101 alongside Hood Canal.
Seventeen members attended the Barker Garage Nite on Aug. 8.
Bob Helgeson went to Hot August Nights in Reno, NV.