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March 11, 1971

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Showin Robinettes Feature Win Awards ting I'm Pregnant, Know What To Do", Winning film produced will be shown at the Annual of the West Central the Children's Home 'f Washington. The be held in Tacoma at Methodist Church will be served at can be made by the West Central in Tacoma, GR Mason County Board Richard Engen, Home Society is celebrating it's of services to children the State. Last year cared for a total of and assisted 776 girls with care and '. Children's Home is affiliated with 28 the State and of the Mason School Open Five Robinettes scoring at the U.S. Twirling Association contest held in Seattle on Sunday were Shelli Thomason, first place trophy for beginners solo strut, 11 and 12 years; Kim Joslin, first place trophy, beginners solo twirl, 11 and 12 years, and third place, Basic Strut; Kristie Manke, second place trophy, beginners solo twirl, 11 and 12 years, and third place Military Strut; Laurie Byrd, third place, beginners solo twirl, nine and ten years, second place Military Strut, and fourth place Basic Strut; Dawn Rhodes, third place Basic Strut, 13 and 14 years. Robinettes Parents will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomason, 527 Bellevue St. A skating party slated for the Robinette Fun Night will be held from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m.on March 22 at Skateland in Olympia. Parents will be contacted to furnish transportation. Mason County R0binettes will sponsor a USTA contest in Olympia High School on April 17. Spectators are welcome. No charge will be made. Anyone wishing to schedule a performance by the Robinettes may call Jane White, 426-1333, or Lorna Joslin, 426-6373. que Summer sponsored by the opens its doors this summer to throughout the six to 14. This is a rogram in that it USual summer camp a regular academic a Week, from 9 a.m. qualified instructors subjects the child troublesome during school term. the balance of be set aside for activities such as 3.ating, cycling, and other Urnrner Camp-School May 30 through it is open to all is a minimum Period of two weeks. al information write: School, P.O. ;Ound Village, Orcas Day bservartce of World held Friday at in the United s theme was entitled emphasis renewal and and outside of Rhodie Society To Entertain Visiting Fanciers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doleshy of Seattle will be guests at the Tuesday 'meeting of the American Rhododendron Society, to be held at 8 p.m. in the PUD Auditorium. The Doleshys have traveled throughout the Japanese islands and have collected seed and plants of the many species of Japanese rhododendrons and azaleas. In several trips, during the blooming season, they have taken color pictures of these plants in their native setting. They will show colored slides and discuss these plants. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Potluck Planned A noon potluck will be held by the Women's Christian Temperance Union at noon Friday in the home of Mrs. Merritt Wingard. Matrons To Meet OES past matrons club will meet in the Masonic Temple for a sack lunch at noon next Thursday if weather permits. Meeting Slated The meeting of the Democratic Central Committee, which was cancelled last Thursday, will be held at 8 p.m. today in the court house. was given by of Olympia is moving in minds of today's WOmen attended ~resenting many The offering sent to Church m New York to among the and abroad. Graduates Navy Seaman Apprentice Kenneth A. Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Carlson, Shelton, was graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. He attended Western Washington State College, Bellingham, before entering the Navy, REV. JAMES O.A. Luckman, interim pastor of the Shelton First Baptist Church and a former missionary to Ethiopia, shows youngsters from primary and beginners department some of the artifacts which he brought back from that country. Left to right are Cra g Ragan, Mark Stewart, Cindy Johnson, Pebble Ragan and Mrs. Willa Smith. ee iv e les Shelton High School students are completing plans for AFS week activities March 15-20 as a fund raising project for the AFS foreigh student program. The events start off with a coronation ceremony and talent show Monday night in the Junior High auditorium. The AFS group is looking for talent entries from junior high, high school students and from adults. Anyone interested can contact the high school library for further information. Tuesday night will be the finals in all of the AFS games in which eliminations have been held recently. The events include bowling, volley ball for boys and girls and coed teams; coed basketball, chess, pool, swimming, diving and others. In the volley ball competition, Hood Canal School Hood Canal P.T.A., for its meeting Monday, is planning an "open house" for all grades with emphasis on new facilities which includes seven classrooms, cafeteria, library addition and faculty room. District Supt. John Pill will lead a brief discussion on the coming April 6 special election which deals with the bond issue to raise money for the new Shelton High School. Special levies will be discussed also. "It is very important", said Pill "That as many interested school people as possible come to the short meeting because failure of the bond issue has some far reaching consequences which includes the possibility of consolidation to Shelton. and/or our students not being able to attend Shelton High School next fall, 1971. Snow Make-up The forced closure of Hood Canal schools due to bad weather will result in the changing of the school calendar. It will be necessary to make-up two school days missed, one March 17 and one day April 5. 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Thursday, the visiting foreign students will put on a talent show for the high school and possibly for the junior high during the day. Thursday night, students will be going door to door to sell AFS stock shares as a money raising project. Friday there is no school, and, a car ralley has been scheduled during the day. A dance is scheduled Friday night at the Shelton Armory. ,: Saturday will see a 1:30 p.m. matinee and a 7:30 p.m. evening double feature movie showing. Showing will be "I Love You Alice B. Toklas" and "Comedy of Terrors." The public is welcome at the Monday, Tuesday, and Friday night events and the two Saturday movie showings. Adding a little extra emphasis to the annual missions conference at the First Baptist Church this year is Rev. James O.A. Luckman, interim pastor of the church. Rev. Mr. Luckman served as a missionary to Ethiopia for a number of years and has brought back a number of artifacts which he has been showing to members of the church. Some of the artifacts include an Ethiopian dinner table. The woven table is used for Ephriam pancakes, a large upturned pancake which is eaten with a stew-like mixture. The whole family sits around the'small table tearing off pieces of the pancake with their fingers. The annual missions conference will begin with a dinner March 17. Speakers will include missionary guests from the Ivory Coast and the Philippines. In addition, it will feature a program by children from the beginner and primary departments of the Sunday school. The speakers will include Miss Marlene Geraud, who served as a teacher in the Ivory Coast, Charles Church, who will serve as librarian at Faith Academy, a school for children of American missionaries. All of the programs will be open to the public. They continue through March 21. Schools Are For Approval Seven Mason County School Districts were granted full approval of program for apportionment for the 1971-72 school year and one was given provisional approval by the State Board of Education when it met in Olympia Friday. Getting full approval were Grapeview, Hood Canal, Kamilche Valley, North Mason, Pioneer, Shelton and Southside School districts. Getting provisional approval was Mary M. Knight. The reason for the provisional approval, the state board said, was because the high school principal does not have a credential and the district policy statement is in need or revision. The board added the principal is working toward certification and the policy statement is under revision. may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only by Kent of London NOW Casserole, Fondue, Canapes, Brides Cookbook, Omelet, by Potpourri Press NOW 1-Group by Celebrity. Fitted & unfitted Travel Bags. NOW anizer I by Celebrity, 3-Only. Originally $10.00. 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