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February 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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:i First place w)nner by Marcia Tomas X'g ",,b First place winner, by Karen Johnson ering Course nlng Service lye-week course in Restaurant Association, zed Dining Service begins 2, at Olympia ~al Technical Institute, to Robert J. Boyden, :91's director. and :~ored by the Restaurant ttion of the State of :gton and the Culinary and Beverage Dispensers lo. 567, the course will ~mte on such topics as :,allty and grooming, ~hniques, knowledge of their uses and menu gY. i~ill be offered in two ), the first meeting 2:,o to ~, nd the second meeting and Thursdays, 7 to class period will be getting to know your explained Boyden. Hume, manager of of Commerce, information on its surrounding and the state as a well as stressing the of making the tourist he said. for planning the been local leaders ~ood service industry. ~:rntan of the advisory is Ron McWain, the Spar and Oregon Leonard Woski, OVTI dislributive education instructor. In addition to llord, McWain, tlume and Woski, guest lecturers will include Maxinc Mc(Tormack of the Culinary Alliance; Norma Tel, owner-manager of Ben Dew's Restaurant: Benni Anderson, manager of l.akewood Terrace Restaurant; Vince Galvin, chairman of flospitality and Personal Services at Seattle Community College. Others are William Rast, Washington State Representative for Christian Brothers Vineyard: Mrs. Betty Williams, lunchroom supervisor of Olympia School District; Robert Rich, restaurant management instructor at Clover Park Vocational Technical School and Don l::lliott, inslructor in hotel-motel managemcnl at Clover Park. In addition to classes meeting at OVTI, some instruction will be given at the new Evergreen Inn. Cost for the entire 20-hour course is $5, and those interested may register by contacting OVTI (753-3000). Also OVTI is currently accepting registrations from students wishing to attend spring quarter which begins March 15. Class offerings include legal typing and dictation: bcgip,):ing, intermediate aau ativan~ed typing, beginning, intermediate members are Mrs. and advanced shorthand ~vinth owner of Ben accounting, business English, ,}Gil Gilbertson, manager " b u s i n e s s 1 a w , f i t i n g , :}! Moore's; Chuck Hord, merchandising, office machine skills, office practice and }.0f the Washington State secretarial accounting. Third place winner by Jackie Mays Baptists Plan Film Showing Here The remains of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos and the ruins of Laodicea are presented to the audience on a visit to the "seven churches which are in Asia". Filmed in Turkey by Tom Watson, Jr. for Team Films, the colors of New Testament lands have been recorded in the film "Seven Candlesticks" will be shown Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of the Shelton First Baptist Church located at fifth and Cota. The public is welcome. Hurry! Supplies may be limited! )hbors Seek To Aid terrnan At Lilliwaup ..o..~oo~,,,...,,,.oo,..,,,...,o,, ICES CATTO :Turn: a: o obme ;22i t yn ::t:; t OF hl~y hakes us feel better tosay that this is a family that has It community people are~orked together to build a 'g the way they have." . AI.MAY HAIR MIST ... A-i" ts Betty Gray wife ,~fbusiness and also a home, that n Oliver Gra"'s -."" they share as a family cam in ~u-:p-,_ouv ,ue Hard't-Hld.,aSuper & Regular ~ JF~U ) ar " y, pea~lng .. P g prise effort belno ~, .... .,~a,,,. and other, outuoor..., expeditions., NOW many Canal friends t'-'The declsmn made a real em meet the fi.-,--o~,, financial burden for the parents[ I :Y caused by a "::~;n"t of a large fa,nily" said Paul and I O61tVlE SHAMPOO I :cision it, a damaee .,,,, Millie Gerkcnsn, eyer, former I gor tinted & bleached hair with (1115011 her husband The- sui~ owners of the Lilliwaup Motel. I FREE bottle of conditioning ~c ~ from an ' alterc - " "We've known and respected il/ ]) ~Gray and a clam.da..['nthem for a long time and Icream rinse" -'-'''u ) ~sed tidelands in the ~gger everyone agrees that the Grays are r ~. eagle unusually fine parents." Oliver """'" ~ ~ ' :ltaneously from a numbe~ and Betty have nine children the ~ p~ s came sugt, esti .... r youngest but : few weeks old. ~ng to a fund"to hel'~ ,h': "It's wonderful to help people /~ A $3.04 Vahm- -.__ ~,1~,~' '~t. There ap"eare-'" oyster business for a nu nber of -" an v u in ' , . . ~"o .,,.d ,.pu*.,o..r ~~ I ~. ~ odsport deposityears, h', ' , ~ ..... , ~5 m.r those who wished being a good,.re,iame, c~mzen. II {~ 7,1 ,n Lilliwaup at the The fanllly IS hvlng for the Ze , '}~oo~:el and In Hoodsport present .m the !lama ,nan mla /i~'. ='-"'- Re 118~l[~g $' 09 ~11' ~l~t~ B ~" ~Port Mark~* ~ * vicinitv, but expect (o make tneir /~1 Cj,...~,,, " I kOh]de PMiullringC2!;ib~t?2:: Pl~r7]!~e~t :It';Y 'thethL~llh::uS; ~~:= N'OW" @Y ~.are Such a Wonderfu, river. ---" ~. NOVAHISTINE ELIXER Neal decngestant" W98 PRoPER-T;,' , "'Ounce. Reg. $1.59 NO II : n2a g b!e reported to the State of l:.A-7 ...... .no ot Revenue. " n MAALOX *, ~iller, Georgia, Star RI. 1, Box 165, Shelton; Reg. $1.59 I]1 11, ~ ~:oli~i:iii: ...,~.~o,.o~.. ., per, Clara I., 535 Elinor: ation concerning the amount ~~:~ o~ t~ RUBBING ALCOHOL ~ie~ess of the holder maY he ~egal interest in"the ~~hington ~ection, P.O. Box Regularly 59 NOW ~L:!nrc~t~ :~hds?:~r toh;e a7 n} r tgt tehs~ :b~ li sd~; dea ~o~ ~v~ e days from the date of ~~ ~", ~ "~ -~'blication=" ~gnw-rive da s aft r n datedate - me btate of W r ent of Y ~ington 'Department of I/ells Pharmac ~~ 5T~';cYo'r 9:30 to 6 p.m Saturday !~, ~/~-3:-~t 5th & Franklin 426-3327 J / F WINNERS OF THE Forest Festival Button Design contest were, left to right, Karen Johnson, first place; Marcia Tomas, first place, and Jackie Mays, third place. O It really makes sensel Our Full Service Bank is a good "bas- ket" for every financial "egg." When you keep your Savings where you do your Checking, your nest egg earns interest, and at the same time you're building a valuable credit rating with us. Should you ever need a loan, it's quicker, easier to get. And, of course, we make loans, at low bank rates, for every worthwhile purpose. Come in and get acquainted ... open a Savings Account soon. Main Office 426-8234 Branch Office CR 5-2816 Your Home-Owned Full Service Bank Course Set Home Care The Thurston-Mason ttealth District in cooperation with the Thurston County Medical Society is sponsoring a two day instruction class on Diabetes March 2 and 3 front 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The class will be held in the First United Methodist Church, 1224 East Legion Way, Olympia. Those attending should take a sack lunch. Coffee will be served. The instruction will cover general information of value to the Diabetic in the self-management of his condition including dietary management, insulin and oral therapy management, and urine testing. There is no charge for the class and a physician referral is not necessary. Persons with diabetes and family members of diabetics are welcome. Advance registration is required. Phone the Thurston County Health Department, 352-4851, Extension 60 to register. PUBLIC OPINION, though often formed upon a wrong basis, yet generally has a strong underlying sense of .justice. Abraham Lincoln Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Traveler's Checks Safety Deposit Boxes Banking-by-Mall Money Orders Night Depository ]r~ d~r ~w~ed ~ es~aou Thursday, February 25, 1971 - Shelton-Ma nn County Journal - Page 13