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April 8, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Thursday, April 8 luncheon, noon, Club, 6:45 a.m., Tops, 7 p.m., court P.m., home of Mrs. Ladies' Civic Club, Fire Hall. Improvement P.m., Union Fire Hall. Sale, Laurel Court -- 5 p.m. PUD. 9 board a.m., Timbers license examiner, 10 P.m., COurt house Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., Sale, Laurel Court -- 5 P.m., PUD. 10 Jaycee Hall, 7:30 p.m. April 11 invite you church of your April ! 2 No. 3 COmmission 1 P.m. PUD conference meeting, Club, 7:15 FUck in town. or Pickups. Tops, 7:30 Eagles airport hall. WSNA No. 22, 7:30 p.m., home of Betty Swift, 616 Seattle Ave. Women's Society of Christian Service, noon, United Methodist Church. Wednesday, April 14 Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement. Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., Multi-service Center. Soroptimist Club, 8 p.m., PUD conference room. Beta Zeta, ESA, home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers. NARFE, 2 p.m., PUD. Thursday, April 15 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Port commission meeting, 8 p.m., court house. Hood Canal Woman's Club, 11:30 a.m., Potlatch clubhouse. Shelton Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., clubhouse. Mason County Democrat Club, 8 p.m., PUD auditorium. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. Organizational meeting of Citizens Library Association, 8 p.m., Shelton Public Library. St. Edward's Women's Club, 8 p.m., St. Edward's Hall. Sarah Eckert, 1 1 a.m., Grapeview Fire Hall. Omen's Club, Community 'b luncheon, noon, Club Waission meeting, 2 New Members meeting, 8 p.m., By VIVIEN OLSON 8 P.m., airportLILLIWAUP - The Lilliwaup Community Club welcomes two HOnor, 8 p.m., new members, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robstad. OES, 8 p.m., At their pinochle party Friday night first prize winners were lty Credit Women, Ernesto Aaro and Walter Allison. Maxine Visser and Rolland Y, 7 P.m., Willson won second prize. Three hundred pinochle prize went to Fay Williams and Stanley Robstad. Ernesto Aaro won the door prize. Next meeting and pinochle will be at 8 p.m. on April 1 6th. FROM R LIFE SPAN Return of the Natives Finally. The swallows returned to Lilliwaup March 31, and were followed on April Fool's Day by the vanguard of the hummingbirds. Too Late to Classify LOVELY OLD oak desk 3'x5' $50. Call 426-1235 after 5 p.m. $4/8-15 6:00 FOR RENT 8'x30' trailer. Ideal for single of limited means. Located Pines Trailer Court. Contact court manager, Mr. Morris. 426-4805. D4/8 MILKER WANTED no experience necessary, wilt train interested man. $500 a month 426-1279. D4/8 CLEAN, THREE bedroom partially furnished home for rent. $95.00 month plus damage deposit. Downtown location. 426-3000. W4/8 1957 RAMBLER, 6 cylinder, standard transmission; new tires, good running condition, $150.00. 426-8578. S4/8tfn ROTARY ANTENNA, 40 ft. expandinq pole. color antenna. Almost new, G.E. coppertone gas dryer. Phone 426-5063. B4/8 lor the' Ins out the :C. Judy Morris Parents Seek Missing Girl Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Morris of Shelton this week appealed to anyone having knowledge of the whereabouts of their daughter, Judy, 16, to let them know or have the girl contact them. Mrs. Morris said the girl was last seen in Belfair last Jan. 12. She is five foot, nine inches tall and has brunette hair cut short. Anyone who knows anything about the whereabouts of the girl can contact her parents at 426-6747. Faith Lutheran Services Set 9th grade youth will present a special Maundy-Thursday service which depicts the Jewish Passover Seder at Faith Lutheran Church. It was at such a feast that Jesus instituted His last supper with the disciples. The supper begins at 7:30 p.m. today. Participants are to come in proper attire for reclining at the dinner table. Good Friday worship will be at 7:30 p.m. on Friday. The final drama of the dialogue "Behold the Man" will be presented. This worship will conclude with the Lord's Supper. Easter Sunday includes a combined worship with Mt. Olive Lutheran there at 8 a.m. Sunday School at Faith begins at 9:30 a.m. with the gathering for both youth and adults. The regular festiveEaster service will be at 11 a.m. Library Group To Organize A meeting has been scheduled at 8 p.m. April 1 5 at the Shelton Public Library for the organization of a Citizens' Library Association. According to Dr. James Tostevin, organizational chairman, an association such as this can be a vital factor in promoting the library in the community by sponsoring services beyond the physical and financial scope of the present library. Possible projects include, he said, a lecture series, a circulating art reproduction collection, art exhibits, story hours,puppet shows, adult discussion groups and the improvement of the library facilities. Mary M. Knight By KAREN LILLIE Spring vacation starts April 6 at 1:30 p.m. and continues through April 1 l! Teachers are scattering to their various homes in Washington and Oregon or are taking vacation trips. Time for both students and teachers to be away from each other for a little space and return refreshed. The big news of last week was the intramural track meet. The Seniors and Sophomores competed with the Freshmen and the Juniors. The meet ended the second day with Seniors- Sophomores winners. The prize was a big, beautiful, delicious cake. The loser was also treated to a big, beautiful cake. Only one thing was really different from the winners' cake: when they cut through the fancy frosting their knife sliced off a crispy chunk of styrofoam. The winners shared the goodies with the losers and the losers shared the fun with the winners. The first two days of the week brought visitors, former students now living elsewhere, and having the entire week for vacation. Kim Noll was here from Olympia; Jaya Higginson from Redmond and Bouback's little brothers from Aberdeen. Tuesday also brought Easter Egg Parties, with the first four grades charging off in all directions to retrieve the eggs that the Easter Bunny had so thoughtfully scattered about the school ground. The Bunny had an assist from the senior girls, who enjoyed the hunt almost as much as the youngsters. The fifth and sixth grades had their own party. The seventh and eighth wavered between feeling a certain adult superiority to such goings-on, and a little nostalgia for earlier joys. Pre-school guests looked on with envy, and parents stood to one side watching over their own. Elementary school takes up most of the news this week. The first and second grades, in keeping with the spring season, are planting seeds and watching them germinate and grow. The third and fourth grades are discussing smoking, alcohol and drugs in the classroom, finding out the fact regarding effects of use. They are also planting flower and vegetable seeds and watching some of the plants that have already surfaced. ,They are also working on experiments on energy, and studying what is sometimes puzzling to them: fractions. The fifth and sixth grades are making little wheelbarrow planters and plan to plant flowers in them. They are also studying about drugs, becoming more aware of the problems they cause. They are also studying the territories of the United States. The freshmen dance Tuesday night was a real success and started the vacation season off with music and fun. Morningside :nefit Basketball Games Set A benefit basketball double header is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Jefferson Junior High School in Olympia. Funds raised will go toward the goal of raising $75,000 for the capital fund drive for Morningside, a sheltered workshop and activity center for PTA To Vote North Mason PTA will meet April 1 5 for election of officers and a program by local law enforcement officialS. There will be a coffee hour at 7:30 p.m. and the meeting at 8 p.m. Candidates submitted by the nominating committee are Bonnie Ruff and Nancy Miller, secretary; Linda Hines and Linda Anderson, treasurer; Bill Vetters, vice-president, and Arlene Berehot and Johnnie Baldy, president. Sheriff John Robinson and Juvenile Probation Officer Gary Wood will speak at the meeting. Judge Glenn Correa and Prosecuting Attorney Byron McClanahan have also been invited to appear. the handicapped and retarded. The Morningside group is trying to raise the money as local matching money to get $175,000 in federal and state funds to build a new facility west of Olympia. Scheduled to play the first game are members of the State House of Representatives against members of the State Senate. The second game will be between the Capitol Hill Crushers and the Washington Corrections Center Sonics. The Crushers are basically the Attorney General's City League Team with the addition of select names. Among those who will be with the team are Secretary of State Lud Kramor and ,Att.omey General Slade Gorton. Bible Talks Are Planned A series of Bible talks have been scheduled for the South Side Grange Hall each Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. They are open to the public and are under the direction of M. Gulbraa and M. Gibson. WIT MAKES its own welcome, and levels all distinctions. Ralph Waldo Emerson Come To Our OVER $2000 IN PRIZES! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON SALE! LV.Y] n311q ]E 'S USE YOUR BANK CARD "Building Mason County" Of Shelton 426-2611 John W. Barnett Dies On Sunday John W. Barnett, 636 Ellinor, died Sunday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 79 years. He was born March 20, 1892 in Missouri, and before his retirement worked for the Bordeaux Lumber Company in Bordeaux, Wa. where for 27 years he was employed as fireman and engineer on the company train. He had lived in Shelton for the past 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Lydia, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Coons, Lolita, Cal., and Mrs. Gerald Ten Brink, Mt. Vernon; five grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Cora lsom of San Diego. A service was held in Batstone Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Wednesday with the Rev. Lewis Wysong officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Donations to the Foursquare Church building fund were requested in lieu of flowers. Gilbert Carlson Dies Wednesday Gilbert Carlson, 125 Arcadia St., died Wedneaday in Providence Hospital in Seattle. He was 59 years old. He was born in Munising, Mich, on Dec. 6, 1911, and came to Shelton in 1927, residing here since that time. tte was employed by ITT Rayonier, Inc. He is survived by his wife, Aune M. Carlson, Shelton; a son, Marvin E., Olympia; a daughter, Shirley E. Rutkowski, Seattle; three brothers, Claude W. of Salem, Ore., Wright H. of Union, and William C. of Shelton; four sisters, Mildred Gonter and Gladys Baker of Shelton; Violet Libby, Seattle, and Thornetta Salmi of Bremerton; and two grandchildren. A graveside service will be held in Shelton Memorial Park at 2 p.m. Friday. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Coronary Care Unit of Mason General Hospital. Savings Bond Sales Reported "Sales of U.S. Savings Bonds in the State of Washington during ........ totaled $5,434,181, as compared with sales of $5,865,263 for February a year ago. This is a decline of $431,082 or 7.35 per cent," Mason County Volunteer Chairman Harry C. James stated today. "Mason County sales amounted to $25,500 dollars," he added. Irene Brydon Dies In Hoodsport Irene Augusta Brydon of Tacoma died Sunday in Hoodsport. She was 54 years old. She was born Sept. 11, 1916 in Alberta, Canada, and had resided in Hoodsport for the past ten years. She is survived by her husband, George, of Tacoma; two daughters, Mrs. Agnes Dyment and Mrs. Sandra Winters, both of Tacoma; a brother, AI DuFour, Chehalis; a sister in Cottage Grove, Ore; and five grandchildren. The Rev. Horace Mounts will officiate at a service to be held at 1 p.m. today in the Batstone Funeral home. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Kiwanis Speaker Dick Thompson of PUD 3 will be the speaker at the Shelton Kiwanis Club meeting at noon Tuesday in the Timbers Restaurant. His topic will be "Electric Power Prospects." Redman Admitted To University Robert W. Redman, 602 Bellevue, has been admitted to Washington State University for the fall semester. ALL THE modern inconveniences. Mark Twain Ernest Allen Wynn Dies In Hospital Ernest Allen Wynn, 76, died March 31 in Mason General Hospital. He was born Oct. 18, 1894, in Olympia. He had been employed in the Allyn and the Mason County area, and was a veteran of World War I. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. After cremation private services were held in Chehalis cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations were made to the Kidney Fund and to Mason General Hospital. Fri. & Sat. Bill Travers-. Virginia McKenna in "RING OF BRIGHT WATER,, IS NOW OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WEEKDAYS 7 A.M.-10 FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 7 A.M.-12 Visit Our Wine Dept. Which includes all varieties of chilled dinner wines. "Shop where your friendship means the most" 1931 Olympic Hwy. N. 426-3231 99 "Houseitis" is not uncommon. Maily homes suffer from it. The symptoms are: Overcrowded I!ving areas. Jammed closets. Too few bedrooms or boths, and others. But now the friendly people at TCF have just the right medicine for this problem. It's called the TCF Home Im- provement Loon. And it's designed to help make your cur- rent home o little more comfortable. And your family a little more happy. Add an extra bedroom. Complete the basement or garage. Finish off the' recreation room. A new kitchen for' morn. Whatever, chances are o TCF Home Improvement Loan can do the ,job for you. And probably faster and cheeper than you'd imagine. THURSTON .COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCiATiON I~ELT~ L~CEY OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home OfficeBranch Branch Thursday, April 8, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9