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February 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 25, 1971

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on Asks lason County Kidney on has scheduled a of rummage sale for 1 3 in the Memorial asks support and by the donation articles, reminding the one dollar will buy of life for a patient home on a portable and nearly 45 life for the patient on lngl~rogram. Club ws Named South winners for Club's Monday eeting were Tuey and Bob Quimby; and Mary Keller; s. Warren Russell. for East-West were Gordon Bennetf; Mr. Stock; Vic King Support For information or for pickup donations, call Pat Brown, 426-6252; Marjorie Hurst, 426-4652; Arlene Medley, 426-6192; Julie Coleman, 426-6310; or Cecelia Cornell, 426-4384. WSNA Schedules Dinner Meeting Washington State Nurses Association District No. 22 will hold a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. on March 9 in Taylor Town. For reservations call 426-2118 or 426-8159. All registered nurses are welcome. Lodge To Meet The Degree o! Honor will hold an executive meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lois Pearson. Plans will be discussed for the Friendship Dinner to be held the latter part March. John Krell To Attend Moose Lodge John Krell, president of the Today, Thursday, Feb. 25 State Moose Association, will Rotary Club luncheon, attend as a special guest the noon, MingTreeCafe. enrollment of new candidates to Toastmasters Club, 6:45 be held by Shelton Moose Lodge a.m., Timbers Restaurant. No. 1684 in the airport lodge on Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., Saturday. court house annex. Cocktail hour will start at 6 Golden Age Club, Oyster p.m. with a dinner to be served by Stew dinner, 6 p.m., Memorial the women of the Moose at 7 Hall. p.m. Enrollment is slated for 8 Rock & Mineral Society, p.m. and at 9:30 p.m. dancing PUD auditorium. will begin with music by '4 WhatCub Scout Pack No. 112 It's Worth'. Blue & Gold potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Bordeaux School. Potluck Planned Friday, Feb. 26 will meet next Thursday in the Memorial hall for a no~n potluck with entertainment and a business meeting to follow. Each person should provide his own table service. Veterans of World War I Chamker of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Barracks No. 1462 and auxiliary Timbers Restaurant. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement. Square Dance for the Heart Fund, fairgrounds hall, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Rummage Sale, PUD, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Epsilon Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Senior Citizens Council meeting & noon luncheon, Hood Canal School p.m., County Health Office. Southside PTO, 7:30 p.m., at the school. Ski Club, 7:30 p.m., Mt. View School. Whoopees, 7:30 p.m., Capitol Hill clubhouse. Tuesday, March 2 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Timbers Restaurant. City commission meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. American Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Lions Club dinner and board meeting, 7 p.m., Hallmark Inn. Job's Daughters, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Jaycee dinner meeting, 6:30 p.m., airport clubhouse. Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., at the clubhouse. Eagles Auxiliary card party, 1 p.m., Multi-service Center. Degree of Honor executive meeting, 8 p.m., home of Lois Pearson. Welcome Chapter OES Social Club noon potluck, Masonic Temple. il ing With the occupancy of new school facilities the district's Johnson O'Malley program is now in full swing because of areas available for special work. This year's program for Indians attending the Hood Canal School includes special tutoring which is remedial and/or basic skills improvement. Mrs. Jo Ann Grubb is employed as a teacher's aid in the program which includes keeping attendance with some home-school liaison through the administration and school district nurse. Mrs. Opal Shimek, Mrs. Edna Burnett, and Mrs. Joan Kenning will work part tinie for the rest of the year in the primary, intermediate and junior high respectfully. Special Election Feb. 5 the Hood Canal School District was given official notification of the participative finance plan involving the construction of a new high school I in the Shelton School District. The Shelton District is not able to start construction until all non-high districts vote their share of the cost of new construction. It has been shown that each year of delay in building the new school will increase the cost 10 per cent or one-half million dollars. Hood Canal Share is $708,631 minus eligible state aid which will be around 28 per cent of matching construction. Faculty-ninth Grade Game The annual faculty-ninth grade basketball game will be Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. Special referee's will be used and the faculty has obtained a special song-yell queen staff to help the faculty to victory. II rogram Lower Skokomish School According to a quit claim deed filed in the Mason County Auditor's Office, when the Lower Skokomish School is no longer being used as an educational facility by the school district, the building and property revert back to the Federal Government and the Skokomish Indian Tribe. Legal council for the district is now making plans to follow through on the law. New Facilities With the help of students, faculty and the custodial crew, the final move of Lower Skokomish students was made Feb. 19. Feb. 12 kindergarten through third grade made their move into new facilities. United Methodist Church. t Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 Wednesday, March 3 i p.m., IOOF Hall. Drivers license examiner, L ~, ~ ' Saturday, Feb. 27 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house " 0 Game Night, 8 p.m., Eagles basement. Christmas Town Tops, 7 !i Airport hall. p.m., Multi-service center. I. \ Moose Enrollment, 6 p.m., '~| ~ll 1 r t Airport Lodge. Thursday, March 4 i Priscilla Club party at Rotary Club luncheon, .~\ Whir pool features the features that put you first | Exceptional Foresters. noon, Ming Tree Cafe. ~ [( ....... " " .... ~" with: 3-cycles 5 water temp. selections Magic-Mix* j Union Ladies Civic Club ToastmastersClub, 7:45 i ~"*" lint filter '2-speeds, ! dinner, 7 30 p.m Union Fire a.m.,Timbers Restaurant. Super SURGILATOR* -- ~ Hall. "' Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., ~ ~{ / agitator. In white or CA A / ~ t Sunday, Feb. 28 court house annex. \\l)t ' ~1 avocado__Model No. lllp==~mI ~I] Yacht Club business \\~J / LWA 554u, y to attend the church of meeting, 8 p.m.; dinner, 6 p.m. "= * ouShelton churches invite OW ON[ at the clubhouse. "_//3',d / I your choice. Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 l Silver Stars Trail Ride, p.m., PUD conference room. o~ _ .~.-- MATCHING DRYER. Available lIlma~ ~ Stickley ranch. Pancake Multi-service Center board ~ ]) .- ~- in white or avocado. Model No.~IAIAIT~ v breakfast at 9 a.m. ,~... / LWE 5500 ImI~ ~ District officers VFW meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. Jt / ") ~'" auxiliary in Hoquiam. VWWI Barracks No. 1462, I OPEN 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. SAT. i practice I Monday, March 1 Auxiliary, noon potluck, ~ ~ 1 i I FREE DELIVERY ~t O PUD No. 3 commission Memorial hall. I OPEN 10 A.M.- 6 P.M. MON. - FRI. --- & R $;ALES i meeting, 1 p.m.,PUD ! conference room. County commission Library Group To Gary Austin , meeting, 10 a.m., court house, fei =q I n,t tt .... ~ ~ Shelton Bridge Club, 7:15 Visit Olympia tirR In p.m., PUD auditorium. This time it s libraries! J' & Olympic Hwy. N. - Shelton - 426- 3264 , Goodwill truck in town. The minorities, the poor, the II Phone 426-4847 for pickups, e nvironmen talists, the Peace Corps available on all new Cars & Pickups It's About Time Tops, 7:30 industrialists and others have made their marches on Olympia Gary Austin, son of Mr. and 69 Bel Air 4 Dr. va, PG, PS, Radio this winter, and now it's the turn Mrs. Howard Austin, Shelton, has of library trustees and Friends of joined the Peace Corps. 70 Impala Spt. Cpe. PS, Radio, Auto., Vin. Trim libraries. They'll rally on the He left for Washington D.C. 69 Kingswood Estate 2s, 300HP, Turbo, PS, Radio, Capitol campus March 1. Feb. 3 and after a four-day Carrier, PDB I~. Def., RCM, T Giass (LTW) ' We want to remind indoctrination period, he goes to 69 Caprice 4 Dr. =150 300HP, Turbo, PS, Air Power, THINKING ABOUT BUYING OR BUILDING, REMEMBER . . . legislators that libraries exist, and Puerto Rico for training before If the lack of proper financing has been depriving you and your family of the home of your dreams .. there's finally help or'oil ble. Right now, we here ot TCF hove on obundont supply of money reedy to help oll of you moke thot dreom home o reQlity. ~%=ther you wont to buy, build . or improve or add on to your present home . we suggest you stop by and talk to the home loan specialist at the nearest TCF office tomorrow. Among others, he has the follow- ing types of home loans available to suit your needs and your pocketbook. as tight money CONVENTIONAL HOME LOANS O MGIC HOME LOANS OPEN END HOME LOANS O HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS Talkhere att TcF.YUr realtor or builder. Then stop by and see us. We mean it when we say there's no such thing THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA. SHELTON LACEY right now most of them are doing being assigned to Venezuela. He a terrific job in getting will be working with marine information and people biology there. together," said John Veblen, Gary is a 1969 graduate of chairman of the Washington Shelton High School and has been Library Trustee Association, the attending Tacoma Community o r g a n i z a t i o n w h i c h i s College. spearheading the rally. "Speak up for libraries" is the theme the library boosters have Speech Reading adopted for their "day." They will meet various state officials, Course [s Set including Gov. Dan Evans; they'll talk with their own legislators A course in speech reading for about libraries; they'll take in adults will be offered by the House and Senate sessions from Speech and Hearing Clinic at the galleries, and when it's all over Mary Bridge Children's Hospital they'll be guests at an open house in Tacoma. Topics include how to at the State Library. read lips as well as the visual and "Our idea," said Veblen, "is body cues of the speaker. to inform legislators that libraries, The 15 week course will meet too, have problems - the spiraling each Monday from 7:30 to 8:30 costs of materials and whittled p.m. commencing March 1. down budgets, and these at a time Classes will be held in the Speech when more people than ever are and Hearing Clinic on the second relying on libraries for floor of the hospital. information they need to hold Applications and information their jobs and to get jobs." on enrollment procedures can be obtained by telephoning the clinic I HAVE discovered the art of at BR 2-1281, extension 52, or by deceiving diplomats. I speak the writing the clinic in care of Mary truth, and they never believe me. Bridge Children's Hospital, 311 Camille Di Cavour South L Street, Tacoma, 98405. e Annual Green Fees Now Availablal OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch Branch Ir~tk 6' Capitol We7 4111 Market ,Square ill3 RailtNd Avel.m D. Locks, Tilt Wh, PB, Radio, P Headlamps March 1, 1971 to March 1, 1972 One Person Family, indudes children under 19 n These prices entitle you to play 365 days! No Men's Days, Ladies' Days, or other restrictions! Ask About Our Week-Day Annual Fee. Avoid the Crowds. We Will Appreciate Your Patronage A.G. Kneeland, Pro-manager I ....... nil i i i i Ill 69 Malibu 4 Dr. 255HP, Turbo, PS, Radio, Covers 67 they Bel Air Wagon 327, v8, PG, PS, Radio, P Windows 66 Bel Air 6 Pass. Wagon 283, PG, PS, Radio 66 Chevy Van Spt. Cust. 6 cy0, P. Gaide, Radio 66 Chevy Van Sport Big 6 PG, Radio 65 Malibu Wagon V8 PG, PS, Radio 64 Chevelle 4 Dr. 283 3-Spd. 64 Impala Spt. Cpe. PG, PS, 327, Radio 63 Impala Spt. Secl. 283 PG, PS 62 Nova Wagon 6 PG, Radio 59 Impala Cpe. 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Wh., Radio Olds 588 4 Dr. Olds 88 4 Dr. HTP Ambassador 4 Dr. 4 V8 Air Autotrans, Radio, PS Rental & "Since 1927" 1st and Grove Quick Parts & Service, Men. thru Sat. Lease Cars -- MIC Insurance Thursday, February 25, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9