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I I Sunday, April 4-10 a.m. Until Sold AT Saint Peter's Hospital, 420 S. Sherman St., Olympia; there will be dressers, desks, lamps, dinettes, pictures, refrigerators, ranges (gas & electric), completecommercial laundry, water coolers, chapel assemblies, brass railings, complete stainless steel kitchen (with coffee maker & steamer), grills, hoods, dishwasher & sinks, formica counter-tops, cabinets, X-Ray machines, ladders, nightstands, heaters, etc. AUCTION SERVICE Cliff Nichols, Auctioneer I Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 1. 1971 THE SHELTON HIGH School carpentry class is progressing on the house they are building for the Lee Rhodes family during this school year. Above, four of the eight boys in the class.put sheeting on the roof of the house. On the left, one boy operates a saw as the other looks on. Shelton High School ival lans By SIGRID CRABTREE and $1 presale, held Monday morning from 11 Forest Festival plans haveASB Elections a.m. to noon in order to award begun. Winners of the Forest Procedures for ASB elections the participants of the fall and Festival Button contest were are underway. Candidates havewinter sports. Dick Wantz gave out the named several weeks ago. They started plans for campaigningwrestling letters, with the aid of were Marcia Tomas and Karen programs and some of the his assistant coach Mike Sims. Johnson first place, and Jacki candidates are extending their Mays, third place, campaigns quite a bit. Doug Hansen gave out letters The theme for Forest Festival Primary elections will be held to the swimming team which this year is Tall Timber Tales. the third Tuesday in April. came into existence last season. The Forest Festival Royalty Coach Terry Gregg gave out has been selected. ('andidates for Hamlet letters to the basketball team, queen include Kathy Kelley, Dee A group of Shelton High with the aid of Paul Johanson. Williamson and Wendy Erhart seniors attended the film version Coach Jon Day gave out Cross from Shelton High School, Janice of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in Country letters and also told a Springer from Mary M. Knight in Olympia yesterday, story of an incident which Matlock, and Peggy Davis from The students, members of occurred at turnout one day. North Mason. senior English classes taught by Mrs. Ruth Willard gave out Mike Bac, Paul Wittenberg,Miss Lorraine Johnson and Mrs. letters to the lettering members of and Rocky Nutt were contestants Margaret Brigham have been the girls tennis team. for the title of Paul Bunyan. Paul studying some of Shakespeare's Coach Jack Stark handed out Wittenbexg was selected by works, including"Hamlet." letters to the,members o[ the The drill team and band have film was $1 per person. started practicing. AFS Walk With much to do, Shelton is Although the weather was preparing itself for thethird Because of the cancellationofunfavorable approximately 200 weekend in May. the AFS dance march 19, fiFS, American Field Service is SHS students took part in the walk for the Retarded held in Drill Team planning another dance to be held in the near future. Olympia last Sunday. The walk was held to help A dance to raise funds for The March 19 dance was raise funds for the Washington drill team activities was held last cancelled because of abomb Association for Retarded Friday night from 8:30 to 11:30 threat. p.m. in the Angle gym. Pitch Children. Part of the money will Blende provided the music and Awards Assembly be used by the local WARC admission was $1.25 at the door An Awards Assembly was group. Wallhide® Latex Flat Wall Paint. The great latex cover-up: COvers in half the time. No need to fill and sand hairline cracks, and the one-coat process easily covers most stained or dirty surfaces. Wallhide dries to touch in thirty minutes, and brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47*. Now only $6.19 gallon. Satinhide® Trim Enamel. Satinhide is a must for repealed- ly washed woodwork in kitchens, bathrooms and children's rooms. Goes on easily - and it now comes in hundreds of colors to match Wallhide Paints. Regularly $3.43". Now only $2.43 quart. 1332 31ympic Hwy. S. "The Complete BuiMing Center" Mike Byrne, Owner I I III 426-4522 : ))i¸ / : ? i .... ONE OF THE MEMBERS OF the Shelton High School carpentry class pounds a nail in a board during the construction of the house the class is building this year at 7th and Wyandotte. Service Sets The National Park Service is now selling the new $10 Golden Eagle Passport, according to John A. Rutter, Director of the Pacific Northwest Region. The passport may be purchased at all areas administered by the Service and at the Regional Office on the ninth floor of the Fourth and Pike Building, Seattle. Passports may also be ordered by mail. Checks or money orders should be made payable to "Operation Golden Eagle." Address your order to Operation Golden Eagle, National Park Service, 931 Fourth and Pike Building, Seattle, Washington 98101. The passport is valid for calendar year 1971 and will cover entrance fees for (1) the purchaser and any others accompanying him in his personal vehicle to areas where fees are charged on a vehicle basis, and (2) the purchaser and his family to areas customarily entered on foot ~nd wh~re fees are charged on a er person basis. The new ~assport does not have ~i~ credit on user fees in the parks, such as Campers campground fees, tour fees, or elevator fees. Areas of the National Park System in the Pacific Northwest which charge entrance fees include Mount Rainier and Crater Lake National Parks and Craters of the Moon National Monument. In addition to areas administered by the National Park Service, the passport covers entrance fees to those areas administered by the Forest Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, and Bureau of Land Management which are designated as pay campgrounds or picnic areas. Kamilche Grange Hall Every First & Third Music by the Tune Toppers Week of APril~ MONDAY -meat potatoes, bre buttered corn, milk. TUESDAY-Veg( soup, crackers, sandwiches, milk. meat sauce, lettuce salad, THURSDAY scalloped p' bread, 1~ jello and milk. F RIDAY-tUn~ buttered green. powder cake and milk. Supp diet with Evergreet~ sincerely people of an ason open~n new Ice. SECURITY TITLE OF WASHINGTON 317 RAILROAD AVENUE SHELTON, INSURANCE C MASON C WASHINGTON 98584 - TELEPHONE