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application of ts offered students quarter in the Practice course at Vocational Technical the combined efforts Mrs. Jackie representatives of and a variety of Usiness establishments, actually spend the last the quarter in real job cement in a training !~ Pends on the individual ~ explained Mrs. ][!e to have the student :¢ area for which she has lLed and also in the type ~Sora " gency in which she t ~d," she added• l.of the students are i'tlnfl one year of training at OVTI," Iiver, this course also Lie housewife who is tl t,.n.°t presently working tumty to refresh her q b,emg placed in work !. stae added• cRl.o.n to the actual job other training in the ''a-day course will ~ rsonality and grooming, !YPing techniques, ~nd telegraph services, :~ inscription, du licatln e .... P g , ' fflalllng services, 111 g activities and interested in this or at OVTI should the school's on Mottman purchase memberships any day next week from a campaign worker or at Dean's Studio. Shelton High School en il ren By SIGRID CRABTREE The WARC, Washington Association for Retarded Children is planning a walk for the retarded March 28 in Olympia. Students from nine high schools in the Olympia, Shelton, and Bremerton area will be participating in the walk which will be held in designated areas in the cities• Shelton students will participate with the Olympia schools with a route set in Olympia. Pledge cards will be made out by each student who marches and these cards are taken around to businessmen who will donate for each mile walked by the student• All students are welcome to take part in either the walk itself or on the various committies set up. Wendy Erhart, senior, is the Shelton chairman of the project. Dance AFS is sponsoring a dance Friday night from 9 p.m. to midnight in the armory. Music will be provided by the Lynx and admission will be $2 per person. AFS Week This week many exciting things are taking place at SHS. The finalists for Forest Festival Court and Paul Bunyan were voted on earlier this week. The results will be posted soon. Three girls and one boy will represent SHS in the court• No School There will be no school tomorrow in order to provide the educators with a professional day. Senate At the March 10 Senate Monday night a talent show meeting pledge cards for the Timber under scientific Oswald observed that the life plant now under construction and coronation of AFS Royalty "Walk" were discussed and it was management means permanent expectancy of a $200,000,000 near Centralia is only 30-35 years• was held at 7:30 p.m. in the decided that they would be payrolls in the Shelton coal-consuming electric power "When the coal is exhausted, junior high auditorium, handed out in the offices. Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit, the plant and. its two hundred Admission was 50c. The AFS Earth Day and appropriations President Gil Oswald of Simpson jobs will be finished• But jobs will Timber Company told Kiwanians never be exhausted here as long as chosenR°yalty'fromkingtheandstudentqUeen bodyWaS wasf°r itdecidedWere alSOthat discussedthe ASB shouldand it Tuesday• Tracing economic progress in Charles Ross we replace the trees we harvest ', and the junior royalty was chosen appropriate not more than $50 Gets De.qree " he said• from area first grades• for films and such for Earth Day. the Shelton-McCleary area over Even in the poor markets of Tuesday night the Olympics Class speaker also fell under the past 25 years, Oswald 1970, Simpson employment finals were held in the big gym. the discerning eye of the Senate compared the bleak outlook here Charles W. Ross Jr., Shelton, remained at a high level here and Admission was 25c per person, and they voted that we choose in the 1940's with the long-range was among 822 candidates a record payroll of $20,500,000 Wednesday, a potluck dinner them as in the past and award the t im ber supply which now receiving degrees at North Texas in the Unit was achieved, was held for AFS members, their validictorian and salutatorian with supports 2,150 Simpson mill and State University this winter. woods jobs. Because of a change in the Oswald said Simpson is families and the visiting exchange a plaque• "What we call the Sheltonacademic calendar which would working to maintain good students• m..~.,,~..,,~...~..,~,..~,~,. Unit is the only forest have placed commencement on environmental16 communities ofC°nditi°nSwashington,in the be a talent show presented by theThUrsday morning there will _ B _l..r ;~ Canyon l management arrangement of its Christmas Eve, NTSU officials I rUruy kind in the U.S. It offers local voted last fall to forego formal Oregon, California and visiting exchange students and communities another 75years of graduation exercises for theSaskatchewan in which it hasMonday nightstalentshow. ~ Drive-In ! W -- operations. He also stressed Friday there will be a car rally opportunity", said Oswald• And winter class, l | company efforts to prevent starting at 9 a.m. A $2 admissions even those 75 years remaining in However, Dec. 22 is listed as accidents, noting that 1970 had fee will be charged for each i the 100-year contract we signed the official graduation date for Will Be Open the659 bachelors, 143 master Saturday there wi!! be a 0 with the U.S. Fores!, Service in ' 's been one of Simpson s safestentering car. 1946 are not the limit . and 20 doctor's degree recipients• working years in more than a "The process of converting Ross, son of Mrs. Betty R. decade• double feature movie I Love 0 Weekends! Y°u' Alice B" T°kl°s"' and "A1 ~ Wi!:!!w~'Y:! !!:!:![ t and growing trees here will Olson, Shelton, was awarded the The Simpson president said Comedy of Terrors," in the junior continue as far into the future as bachelor of businessthe 1971 business outlook for high auditorium at 1:30 p.m. and man can manage this renewableadministration degree, cum laude wood products is generally 7:30 p.m. W ga resource"• in accounting• improved over last year. L .o. ~ ~ o ~ ~, to clerical office exist in the spring quarter began Monday, Clerk-nurse. aide .Intermediate and ating; legal office machines; kw; business math; secretarial ;, beginning and shorthand; practice; legal electronics; cashier-checker mphlet s About ation °Ple With about home or include the 40 asked in a new mphlet. University have been by Extension Specialist tYallup, and Specific answers Strong guide through the March 30 is the deadline set for persons in Mason and Thurston counties to request a bookmobile stop in their area, said Mrs. Amy Raab, supervisor of Timberland Regional Library bookmobile department in Olympia• Mrs. Raab said the bookmobile staff is revising schedules for summer, and if possible, new stops may be established if three or more families ask for one near their homes. Stops may also be established by petition, with a minimum of three signature from three different families required. Interested persons may write to the Olympia Public Library at 7th and Franklin, or telephone the library at 352-0595. Mrs. Raab added that bookmobile service is free to anyone in unincorporated and rural areas in Mason and Thurston counties, as well as in cities which contract with Timberland Regional Library. No library card is necessary, and no fines are charged for overdue books. The bookmobile carries a wide variety of current fiction, non-fiction and children's books, as well as phonograph records, large-print books, magazines and paperbacks• Hurry! Supplies may be limited! a WEEKEND Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only VOLUME 2: NUMBER 3, Shelton, Washint ton MARCH 1971 The Board of Directors of the Mason County Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the formation of a scholarship award. This year the grant will be in the amount of $800.00. It will be awarded to a resident of Mason County, who is a graduating senior and who has attended a Mason County high school at least one full year. (I 10) The administrations of the various schools have already been notified, and further information regarding eligibility, selection criteria and application will be forthcoming in a matter of days. • it Offers SOme tips SWEDISH FORMULA decide if the are considering HAND CREME 9 S ! amily and your Max Factor 12 oz. Bottle El Ha]ey. "The Reg. $2.95. 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(2055) I ! I~ N m I open9:309:30tot°6 plm.: :~aturday- ys and . The Board expresses its thanks, and that of the I I I U I members of the Crea,.t Union for the valued service | l rendered by these two nne members 4 8, Ifl 5-332 ! dit Unions Trip ,r: Pro G .....ii//' i~. i 1 Climbers head coach, Terry Gregg, shown with some of his charges, chaperoned a trip to Seattle on February 27th. Twenty-nine basketball players from Shelton High Sdmol participated in the trip, co-sponsored by Mason County and Simpson Employees' Federal Credit Unions. The high school cagers watched the Seattle Sonics and the Chicago Bulls battle for their respective play-off spots, and that night the Bulls were more than the Sonics could handle. Th_,,e trip was part of a state-wide "Credit Union Night at the Sonies , and was a successful venture, even though the Sonics were found lacking that night. The Credit Unions again join in hoping that the Shelton cagers enjoyed the game. (628) sda, March 1971 Shelt ;on County Journal 13