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March 25, 1971

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al School P.T.A.'s "open -'~a'~ew primary grade other construction by a good crowd Blanch Boggs, P.T.A. voted a committee for the Year and then the was turned over to Supt. run the bond issue again and Shelton residents would also vote. Hood Canal's bond issue is for twenty years. The Hood Canal School Board has also unanimously directed bond attorneys to include a ½ mill levy to retain Physical Education specialist Miss Shawn Goenen and a 4/5 mill levy to hire a full time principal. Schoolsecretary Kathy Pill, a volunteer indicated that by all district levies run for one year. door to door bond campaign has including Best judgmentatpresentindicates been planned followed by a t of Public the bond issue to be voted onvolunteer - jam session - to be the new proposed April 6 will not be on the tax rolls held in the new cafeteria. was needed very until February of 1973, two years At this point the following ui sland P in the Reed auditorium with all door-to-door campaign: By CARMEN YATES students from Hood Canal who Cushman: Randy Endicott, Jenny are attending Shelton High Jensen, Leon Bibbee. HARSTINE - Ike and Pauline School. Potlatch: Bob Martin, Mike Carlson who own property at General information was given Johnson, Ruth Marshall. Island Shores celebrated their students about the proposed new Hoodsport: Jan Goodpaster, 25th silver wedding anniversary high school and the importance of Julie Van Laanen, Sandy Baskin. this past Saturday in Alameda, passing the coming April 6 bond Valley: Rae Ann Calkins, Calif. Their neighbors the Arthur issue. With the aid of ASB vice Patty Noldan. Caspers threw a surprise president Dan Bolender and ASB Union: Jerry Mayhugh, Deane champagne party in their honor. Walter• And we understand from the Lilliwaup: Jim Hays, Ken Carlson's niece and her husband, Marshall. Otis and Dell Dywer, who drove Reservation: George Gagey, down from their Pioneer home Chris Hawthway, Vickie Pavel. this past weekend to add to the Eldon: Betty Strictland. surprise, it was a very festive ers e n|versa meeting between the Harstine Grange and the Progress Grange was a tremendous success. More than 50 Grangers, representing six of the counties nine Granges gathered for the occasion. The major portion of the group arrived early with a contribution for the pot luck supper and joined the Island Grangers. For not an ounce of planning there certainly was a marvelous array of food, ranging from delicious hot dishes, salads, relishes and lots of calorie laden goodies. And there was home. The PUD crews have been busy recently in the vicinity of the bridge putting in new cables to replace the underwater cable that has served the Island for so long and was the only way of providing this community with service during the past ferry days. Doris and Wilbur Jacobson and his mom were very happy to have three ladies very close to all their hearts pay them a visit over this past weekend. The three gals, Eileen Meyers, Donna Marx and her daughter, Pam, drove up from Oregon to spend a two day vacation with their families. May I take this opportunity to welcome a new member into the rural correspondents' family! It was wonderful to see the Pioneer, Pickering Agate once again represented in the Journal via the jotting of Ann Wheeler. Welcome aboard, Ann! And in welcoming you I can only hope you receive the same wonderful cooperation from all of your readers I receive from mine. as possible. Pill from now. students are area chairmen for the occasion. Congratulations andplenty leftover for a post meeting snack for those that wanted a bite every, a,t-hat. Shelton Coffee and cookies were oodles of best wishes to a mighty befo-e vn~ t.tempt to Keep served in the new cafeteria by wonderful couple from all your hadn~'t comeheadingforh°methe pot°r luckWh° ann still have a Mrs Dean and Mrs Lind ren Island friends! One of these days, supper. The Harstine Grange was .~ facility to ~ive a " " g Shelton School Ike being a one-time Ion. Hall-ways ann New Building Islander,bursting its buttons with pride for OFFER ENDS MARCH 31 st[ ~een . . - .- __J raisedon the Island hopes to all their officers, yes 100 per cent, • ehmmated ann It appears that the new F~IEE• bUilding will still be addition will not be completely Stuuent$ To r bringPauline and come back home to roost, turned out for this meeting. We understand that the new I/ WEAREVER COOKWARE | entral cafeteria for finished until late, April; this is Last Wednesday, March 17 grandaughter of the George l| *Deposit $1,000.00 or more in a savings /1 ag. due to difficulty in obtaining In March Thl $ the wee people and their friends Waites isn't going to have to go e nee was told the parts necessary to complete work. il account and Capital will give 'l ~eUstit P~ISlS the first Cafeteria the leprechauns beheld a rare through life answering to 'Hey, 11 you--FREE-an 8-inch Teflon II fry pan. 1 'daysandSti¢berun Physical Education Specialist BySIGRIDCRABTREE GermanClub spectacle this year when theyyou', for she now has a name. l[ Deposit $5,000 00 and you mayhavean Ii awoke, friend Jack Frost had Cindy and Bill Bingham's week II 8-inch fry pan plus your choice of any I1 , Lit IansSh fen March 28 is the day when The German club took theirpostponed his trip north this year. ~l additional piece--FREE--from a Ill ,analstu~-uents- would" ins awn Goenen, has b for students from nine area high annual excursion to the Thus the delightful little folk old daughter has been named ~/ beautiful, colorful g-pieceWearever ~,| d this faU ~n-,, ..tructing physical educationschools will be 'participating in a "Bavarian' Tuesday night. • -, LJ~. ny t w enjoyed a rare treat on their day, Karen Lee Bingham. We also ill cookware set IF YOU alter ...... he lower rades in the ne that"*,t~ve'~tseems cafeteria, thgs freeing the large walk for the Retarded" in orderApproximately 50 students snowball fights and making understand brother Casey has II $50.00 you can purchase the entire ll DEPOSIT ONLY to help raise funds for the WARC, took in the cuisine of Germansnowmen trimmed in green and ended his vacation with Grandpa tne County m for unior I/ 8-piece cookware set (a $36 va ue) for ~l or Sch----, .... gY Intermediate and j Washington Association for Restaurant in Tacoma. only $19.95. (One per household, please.) vu~ District hi rades s of wearing the traditional Irish hat. and Grandma Waite and returned i/only~,l~~rhousehold, please.)\! gOUld h-• gh g to use on day qo 404dye to annex inclementweather. Except for Retarded Children. Each student paid $2.50 for a Being out early that particular home this week to get acquainted • to5helton muddy areas caused by new Shelton High students will be meal and transportation to the morning was really a treat, with with his new sister. joining Olympia area schools on a Bavarian. the beautiful Christmascard John and Elsie VanderWal of gradersP°Ssibleandf°rother°Ur construction, school seemstobe sixteen mile route planned there. Forest Festival scenery. Agate were Island callers this past r , - - o eratm s ;sible " ,NCR~ASE~ - i~ i~ " '~ ~ e adents in t~ - P " g a smoothly as pos• The walk will begin between 9W e - Everyone attending square Sunday. They first dropped in at ne HOld Student Involvement and 9:30 a.m. with the Lynx, a ....... n d y E r h a r t, 19 e e dance lessons this past Monday the Celia Glaser home where some attend Sheltoncan then In a rare opportunity Pill met wuuamson and Kathy Kelly are including those TOi~$2o,ooo.oo lib n-,~41-~l ~b,-.~..,Z~.~.~...~ Shelton local group, playing for the the Shelton' Ht h School from the Island of her family had come out to i~~!ta, o~VlJlg~ walkers. A free lunch of hotdogs representatives" for'gthe Forest enjoyed a special highlight of the spendThen theythe decidedweekend towithtry her.and "~=tl111~~~k ~ ~,~ --'~cc~_. t~da~,v,¢,~2,~ will be served to the walkers at Festival court evening. Since Shirley Mathews' locate the Glenn Yates residence. ~IIIilL" 5HEI_] ONVirst & r~ailroad, 426-8211 b~ D .9~ .~. ~l..~, 9~ ~m. ~ ~ noon. I v Paul Wittenberg, Mike Bac, The walkers ha e been getting - , the wife of the caller, Ed -,~.,.,.,.~', - w.¢ou~. You Should Know pledges from friends, relatives, and. Rocky Nutt are contestants Mathews, was having a birthday John reported he's been past that ,J,,DE,~ ~"* ~,O, Or,M,,* .,.~z,te,, Ior the role of Paul Bunyan this '~ONr~SANO ....o,,,.. ru~w~r. anyone willing to pledge a certain • the following day, the group area of the Island many times by boat, but never been there by car. Clll~T WlltOUR ~ amount of money for each mileyear'hT ....... decided to laclp her celebrate just They were successful and much to i a bit early. I walkedAll.the e queen ann ram wiu oe Last week the this reporter's delight stayed for a Life Insurance s a fortune! Shelton students have friendship nice chat before heading for First Church of Christ, Scientist selected at the Queens Banquet bought on the installment been urged to take part in thenext month. plan. | walk. _ 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m -- Church l 1:00 a.m. ¥ Father-Daughter Banquet THE PUBLIC doesn't require Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. 1717 Olympic Highway North ~ Tonight the girls will be any new ideas. The public is best • Reading room Iocated in church. Reading room hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. N/W NATIONAL j served by the good, old-fashioned ideas it already has. ,~. ~ Life Insurance For Living Henrik Ibsen treating their fathers at the annual Girls Club Father-Daughter Banquet. The theme "Who do I turn to" will be repeated through the decorations. Legal Publications legal Publications Your Guido to SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NO. 10691 vices in Mason County CALL FOR BIDS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF '~'~ SHELTON SCHOOL DISTRICT THE STATE OF WASHINGTON :~ .'~ NO. 309 Shelton, Washington. FOR MASON COUNTY. te ; Sealed bids for Remedial LUCILLE A. WILSON, Reading Equipment and Plaintiff, vs. DONALD RAY P" IFlOorOovering'lMateria'swillbe "ce'vedintheWlLSON'Defendant"l J Clerk's Office of Shelton SchoolTHE STATE OF WASHINGTON E~Xl)ertlnstallati°n --Linoleum ---Carpeting District No. 309, 8th and Pine to the said DONALD RAY Shelton, Washington until 8:00 WILSON, Defendant: Jew"ULEY, INC. I --Tile --Formica p.m., April 13, 197'1, at which Y O U ARE H EREB Y time bids will be opened and read SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of I REX FLOOR COVERING aloud. Prices must be f.o.b, the first publication of this Center Ph. 426-8231 l Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Shelton. The list of Equipment and Summons, to-wit: within sixty Materials may be obtained at the(60) days after the 18 day of Business Office of the Shelton February, 1971, and defend the School District, Evergreen School, above-entitled action in the above-entitled Court and answer Gunsmith I 8th and Pine, Shelton. the Complaint of the'plaintiff and -~rhauls I t~epairing Modern and The Board reserves the right I Antiques I to reject any or all bids or to serve a copy of your answer upon gnition I Precision Scope & Sight rune-ups I Mounting waiveany irregularities in any bid the undersigned attorney ,or Iterizing I Shotgun Choke Alterations,or bidding, plaintiff at his office be!ow I all gauges SERVICE I --Shooting 5upplies. BY Order of the Board of stated; and in case of your failure Directors, March 9, 1971. so .to do, judgment will be | WARREN A. GIRARD Louis R. Grinnell rendered against you according to I Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 the demand of the Complaint, Secretary 3/18-25-2t which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of the Insurance CALL FOR BIDS above-entitled action is for a I Tired of Shopping? I The City of Shelton will Decree of Divorce on the grounds 1 Let us do it for you! : I Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health receive bids for one patrol carof desertion and mental cruelty. I Business-Preferred Risk~ unt I 11:00 a.m., Monday, AprilGlenn E. Correa I We locate the lowest cost. Attorney for Plaintiff I Insurance is our only business. 5, 1971 at which time they will be opened'and read aloud. Glenn E. Correa I ARNOLD & SMITH specifications may be Attorney at Law I INSURANCE AGENCY !116 N. 2nd. 426-3317 obtained at the office of the City 121 S. 4th Street Clerk. She ton, Washington Masonry Carevit I --Fireplaces I --All Brick and ~SmetiCSonsI --Block Work SAI I MASON'S MASONRY L Phone 426-2278 -~rVice Call Rental Service ..... i I Almost Anything AnywhereI I Bulldozers-Loaders-PumpsI I Folding Banquet Tables I J & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. I I LEW RENTS 11 12216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731~ Sign Painting " All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe , 323 S. Front St. _ Phone 426-2661 _ The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Helen W. Stodden City Clerk 3/25-4/1-2t Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High School Weak of March 29-April 2 MONDAY -- Spanish rice, whole kernel corn, warm buttered bread, peanut butter cake, fruit and milk. TUESDAY -- split Pea soup, ~am salad sandwich, vegetable tray, apple crisp and milk. WEDNESDAY -- nOodles with beef, vegetable, sandwich, cranberry crunch and milk. THURSDAY -- hot dog on puttered bun, potato chi green beans, jello and milk. ps, FRIDAY -- turkey and gravy over mashed POtatoes, cole slaw, bread, chocolate cake and milk. Supplement your chlld'o diet with Plenamina from 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-4642 lentals Travel, --Air - Rail - Steamship --Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge for Our ServiCe Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 • 426-4134 Mt. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor 910 East Dearborn LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. C.Y.'s & Cadets .... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Bible Study (Wed).. 7:00 p.m. rete THIS SPACE CAN BE HAD binstein How About You? NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. key. Paul Butterfleld Bible Study .................................. 9:45 a.m. Worship ......................... 11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Revival Services, each night ..................... 7:30 p.m. March 24 through April 4 SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School .................................. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship ............................... Guest speaker: Rev. Donald Fee Professor of Theology, Northwest College Christ's Ambassadors ................ " .... 5:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ................. i~i~i ~ i ..... 6:00 p.m. Rev. Donald Fee Wednesday -- Family Night ........................7:00 p.m. REVIVALTIME, Sunday, KGDN .................... 3:00 p.m. 2/18-25-3/4-11-18-25-6t ON WHICH SIDE OF THE ROAD ARE YOU? Teacher: If a hundred sheep wele in a field and one crossed the road, how many sheep would be left? Johnnie: None. Teacher: I said If one hundred sheep were in a field and one crossed the road, how many would be left? Johnnle: None. Teacher: Johnnle, you don't know your arithmetic. Johnnle: Teacher, you don't know sheep! The BIBLE says, "All we like sheep have gone astray: we have turned every one to his own way, and the LORD hath laid on HIM (JESUS CHRIST, the GOOD SHEPHERD) the iniquity (sins) of us all. Isaiah 53:6 The BIBLE says: All have sinned and come short of the glory of GOD. Romans 3:23 THE LORD JESUS says: I AM the GOOD SHEPHERD, THE GOOD SHEPHERD giveth HIS LIFE for the sheep. John 10:11 Only the GOOD SHEPHERD, JESUS CHRIST, who gave HIS LIFE for you on Calvary's CroSS can find you in "the fields of sin" and bring you to the 'fold' of forgiveness for sln, peace with GOD and the hope of heaven for your eternal home. Ask the LORD JESUS, now, to make you HIS child. 5th and Cota-Shelton, Wash. HEAR 'THE GOOD NEWS' on KMAS Sunday mornings at 11:00 A Cordial Invitation to Attend SPECIAL SERVICES MARCH 24 & 26 7:30 Each Evening • Sun. 10:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. Services Held At CHURCH OF THE MEMORIAL HALL- 2nd & FRANKLIN LOWELL KEENE, PASTOR REV. BOB MICKEY, of La Junta, Colo., is a commissioned evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene and has been devoting his full time to the field of evangelism • since 1954. He has traveled throughout the United States and in , Canada, ministering in various churches. Mr. Mickey was converted from the world of entertainment and feels that God has called him into this work. He has an unusual zeal in winning souls for Christ. His consecrated talent in REV. BOB MICKEY singing and music renders Evangelist. Singer - Musician a useful part in his evangelistic services. He is FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th and Cota ....Pastor Luckmarl g:30 a.m ......... Sunday SchoO H 11:00 a m ............. WorshiP KMAS 1280 kc. 6:00 p.m ....Evening Gospel Hour 7:15 P.m. . . Youth Meetings and AfterglOW Wednesday Bible Study . 7:15 p.m. an earnest speaker and his sermons are dynamic and Plainspoken, and biblical in content. Humor is wisely used With varied illustrations, which maintains the attention and interest of the congregation. The church and its pastor extend a hearty welcome to you and Your friends. Each service will be filled with good things: Spiritual songs, choruses, special music, a dynamic gospel message, and, best of all, the presence of God. Be sure to be With us in our opening service. You will enjoy our friendly hospitality and will be a regular attendant at these special Services. United Methodist Church G and King Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Minister Services: 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. 2O6 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pasto~ "Sunday, March 28. 1971 ........ Divine Service at 10:30 Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED Faith Lutheran 7th and Franklin Church WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-861 I ! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS I Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meet ng ................ 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ...... : i i i i : i : : i i : : i ............. 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Arcadia and Lake Boulevard I ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister | Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00p.m.I Worsnlp ' • ........................11:00a.m. I "~/'eclke;(~;y "--'E3ible Study and Prayer -- 7:00 p.m. I Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service l -- St. David's 1 Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington ~ [ 8:00 A.M.- Holy Communion ~k I / I 10:00 A.M.-- Familv Service I / / The Church iS always open for meditation and prayer C~'CI~ / i THE GLORY OF GOD FOR INFORMATION: Box 884, Shelton, Wash. 98584 Thursday, March 25, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19