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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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7 )Y HURLBURT, right, blood bank technologist at Mason - neral Hospital, removes blood from a donor at the )spital. HERE, MRS. HURLBURT checks blood samples from the blood bank at Mason General Hospital. ospl The transfusion of blood is a part of the total health care at Mason General Hospital - a most important and precious service available to people in this area. This service involves the drawing of blood from a donor, the storage of blood units, and the transfusion of blood to patients in need. As a community Blood Bank, it is a non-profit service available to the physicians for their patients. In 1970 nearly 600 units of whole blood, mostly donated by local persons, were cross-matched and made available for more than 300 patients who had major surgery. In addition, Three From Here Enlist In Army Three young men from the Shelton area recently enlisted in the United States Army according to SSG Roderick Sinclair, local Army Recruiter. All three enlisted under the Guaranteed Option Program. Douglas Wallace, son of Mrs. Violet Wallace of Shelton enlisted in tile Army Aviation Program. John Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Larson of Shelton enlisted in the Army's Law Enforcement field. He is now taking Basic Training at Ft. Lewis. Peter Covert, son of Dr. Stanley ('overt of Shelton enlisted in the Army's Medical Speoalist Field and is also now taking Basic Training at Ft. Lewis. as [oo the hospital Blood Bank provided 47 units of blood to 12 patients in critical situations to replace lost blood due to excessive hemorrhage• Equally important is the help given to three local residents who had open heart surgery in Seattle. In these special cases 43 units of blood were donated at Mason General Hospital as advance replacements for patients. Like any good banking procedure, credit can be arranged, as it was for these patients through the King County Central Blood Bank in Seattle. Similar arrangements can be made witil Blood Banks located in Tacoma and Olympia. Savings accounts are vital to total blood bank service. An adequate supply of whole blood is stored in the Bank at all times and is readily available for both emergency and routine surgical needs. A minimum supply of 14 units of varying blood-type groups arc stored at the Hospital Blood Bank. In addition to these blood units on hand, a complete file of potential blood donors whose blood types have already been determined is maintained• By use of this donor file which includes phone numbers it is possible to reach a donor with a rare blood type on relatively short notice• Residents of this community as well as service organizations and local companies are encouraged to set up accounts or pools at the Bank. By making early deposits it is possible then to use blood credits at any other an hospital in the United States as may be designated by the individual or groups. Local organizations participating in the Blood Bank are Simpson Timber Company, ITT Rayonier, Washington Corrections Center, Certified Manufacturing Company, Washington State Patrol Academy, the Jaycees, the Jayettes, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Any individual eligible to donate blood may open a blood bank account in their name. Donors need only to request that the donation be credited to himself or another person - a good life saving investment. No substitute for blood has yet been developed. Blood may be given by any healthy volunteer of age 18 through 65 years. A short medical history sheet if filled out at the time of registration, a check for possible anemia is made, and if the person is not under the care of a physician it takes about one hour to donate a unit of blood. Orange juice and coffee is provided following the procedure. Giving blood ks safe and simple. Medical direction of the blood bank, which is part of the Thurston - Mason County Blood Bank operation, is under the supervision of Dr. Kenneth Partlow, an Olympia Pathologist. The Blood Bank Technologist is Joy Hurlbert and she can provide anyone with further information by calling the hospital between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. A public meeting to be held ~. 2 at 8 p.m. in the Shelton D auditorium has been ~duled by LANCE (Local lion for Natural Clean ~ironment). Purpose of the ;Ling is to give Mason County idents an opportunity to lrm themselves on proposed !~lation regulating shoreline use development. "It is urgent that citizens ome informed" said Mrs. A. J. MORLEY KRAMER (At the regular meeting of the gd of Trustees of the Shelton ~lic Library, Jan. 14, the Board rnbers voted to have a week of fines to encourage patrons to ig back material that is long gdue. The no fine period will begin t. 21 and end Jan. 28. Patrons asked to check their book Cs, night stands and under the ~s of their cars for books and @azines that belong to the rary. Records show that some !ary material has been missing ~as long as four years. [Dr. L. Frank Maranville, who recently reappointed to serve ~ther five year term on the ard of Trustees, was elected airman of the Board• Thomas Weston was elected laance Officer. The Board ccptcd with regret the agnation of Mrs. Harold J. Van Riet. Mrs. Van De Riet said she had joyed being a member of the *ard and having the opportunity learn about the administrative ~tctions of the library• ee ing Is Celestine, president of the environmental group. "There has been confusion regarding the provisions of initiative 43, sponsored by the Washington Environmental Council, and other legislation proposed for this session. Failure of past sessions to ule enact shoreland legislation makes it imperative that it do so now. Our understanding and backing of a good act is important." Resource people are being invited to speak at the LANCE meeting and to answer questions of concerned residents. Hurry! Supplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only SWEDISH FORMULA By Max Factor Regularly $2.95 NOW LISTERINE MOUTHWASH Giant Size NOW Reg. $2.29 LIP RIOT OF COLOR Lipstick by Tussy. NOW For DESERT FLOWER Hand & Body Lotion Regularly $4.00 NOW METAMUCIL 14 Ounce Size. Regularly $3.33 NOW PHISO 4EX Ii i ! A $3.04 Value NOW RUBBING ALCOHOL Regularly 59¢ NOW [ TUSSY WIND & WEATHER LOTION I Regularly $4.00 , NOW ,, I i • lerl s Phorm,i , Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 II I I I VOLUME 2, NUMBER l Shelton, Wash ington II I JANUARY 1971 D Seven-year-old Michael Dino received a $100 gift certificate from Peter Overton, president of the board, at last year's annual meeting. Members attending this year's meeting will have a chance to win numerous prizes secured for the occasion. The 1971 Annual Meeting of Mason County Federal Credit Union will be held at 7:30 on Friday night, February 5, 1971, in the Sheiton Jr. High Auditorium at 12th & Franklin Streets. Besides reports to be made by Committees and Staff, the members may take this opportunity to voice their opinion on Credit Union operation and procedures. There will also be 5 Board members and 3 Credit Committee members up for election. (742) The most important part of the meeting, according to some, will be the door prizes - over $300.00 in cash will be distributed among the lucky winners in attendance. ALSO, the 3200th member of Mason County Federal Credit Union will be announced and awarded $50.00. ore,. ,,oh .,o,..,o~ .,~b .,~b ,,o,~ .,gin, .,o,. ql Last issue there were three numbers hidden in the text, and since Vern LaMarsh was the only member who found his, the $10.00 will be carried over to this issue. Vern, a longtime member of the Credit Union, is employed at the Government Store. (6166) Verle Schreiber, of Verle's Sporting Goods, failed to claim his number, as did Tulla Kimball of K-9 Clips, normally an avid reader of the Compass. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Listen For Account Numbers OnKMASR:di? Both $ir pson a County Federal Credit Unions." starting this week, will be broadcasting a member's account number on both the 7 a.m. and 7:30 Each member account news programs 6 days a week. (6236) • insured to $20,000 Listen for pertinent mlormation about your Credit • • Umon This should be reason enou h t 1 ' • . " g o isten, but the I • • 1 added incentive of possibly increasing your account by $5.00, if you identify your account number, hopefully will by Administrator, National - Lucky further entice you. Good • Credit Union Administration ,g ! ,:aooo,,,ooO s,.sa g6ao Providing traveler's checks to our members at cost is another of the growing list of services available at no additional charge to our member. In addition to this new service, the list includes Loan Protection insurance, Life Savings Insurance, Share insurance up to $20,000.00, contract collections and free notary service. (3912) Thursday, January 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13