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April 15, 1971

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.erland Regional NORTH MASON Superintendent Norman Sanders, left, and student Jim Enochs, study during a recent conference they attended. Jim el Ion now has a Collection which Olympia Public are 25 16 mm strips, and six film may be borrowed Timberland cost. se Rice, for the SOme of the 16 InCluded in the especially and growth characteristics of the Rain Forests which have created fertile canyon areas where many varieties of plants and animals thrive. Another, "Father Ocean," is a legend of the Quinault Indians which tells why Puget Sound and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains are in the Pacific Northwest. The Quillayute Indian Tribe in Washington State is pictured at work, at play and at worship in the film, "Quillayute One of the filmstrip kits is called "The American Indian," and it contains six filmstrips, six records, and one booklet. Each filmstrip in the kit is accompanied by a record, and includes "Before Columbus," "After Columbus," "Growing Up," "Religions," "Arts and Culture," and "The Navajo." Miss Rice said that requests for films may be mailed to the Olympia Public Library, 7th and STAN KRIEGE/, a teacher from the North Mason School District, relaxes during a recent conference at the Cispus Environmental Center. NM Group Event At Cispus Two teachers and two students," she said, "Everyone students from North Mason learned together - students and Story." In "Wilderness Alps of Franklin, Olympia, Washington,School attended the Teacher teachers alike. Hopefully, we will sorne arethe Stehekin," there is a or people may telephone the Bring A Child (gifted) conference be able to provide additional = problems and .rs are about conservation plea centered in the library at 352-0595. Patrons may at the Cispus Environmental workshops dealing with inservice :e history travel North Cascade area above Lakepick films of their choice by Center near Randle recently, training for teachers of gifted Chelan. number from a list at their local North Mason was one of 22 children," Dr. Roth added. d there are a few The filmstrip collection library. Films will either be school districts represented.Attending from North Mason contains many film adaptations of delivered by Timberland Regional Speakers at the conference were Supt. Norman Sanders, -Game The National Basketball Association - now in the midst of its post-season playoffs - has nothing on the Washington State Legislature, members of which are readying themselves for the annual House-Seante cage classic. Nothing, that is, but youth, skill, grace, and ability. Undaunted by receding foreheads, a few creaking joints and little practice time and despite some rather unorthodox training methods, the lawmakers are set to have a go at it in the first game of an April 17 benefit doubleheader at Jefferson Junior High School in Olympia. Tipoff time is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Senators will get a little extra help from members of the press, who will play on the Upper Chamber team. All proceeds from the games - the second pitting a state government team against the Washington Corrections Center - will go to Morningside, Inc., the local sheltered workshop and activity center for handicapped and retarded persons, which is in the midst of a $75,000 capital fund drive. If the local drive is successful, Morningside will qualify for $175,000 in state and federal matching funds, providing a total of $250,000 for construction of a badly-needed new building west of Olympia. Tickets, costing $1.25 for adults and $1.00 for students, are available at Yenney Music, South Sound Music Bar and Morningside Gift Shop, 113 North Capitol Way. The House-Senate (and press) game arose in the form of a nastily-worded challenge resolution, which was adopted in the Lower Chamber March 25. The House, which has never lost this annual contest, referred to Senate members with disdain in passing the challenge resolution. The measure said in part: "Any claim to artistic prowess on the part of members of the Senate defies all known geriatric principles, to wit, the prevalence of obesity and advancing senility corrupts a basic skill of the game, to wit, you can't run or shoot the ball so good." orn display their skills (?) April 17. House team members will include Duane Berentson, Len Sawyer, Ned Shera, Bill Kiskaddon, John Rabel, Paul Kraabel, Dale Hoggins and Sid Morrison. Senate members trying to defy the laws of gravity and time will include George Scott, George Fleming, Pete Francis and others, including reporters, who apparently decline to be identified. While the first game may be for laughs, the second one will be for real. The government team - known as the Capitol Hill Crushers - includes many persons who played in the Olympia City League last Winter, plus two "Token" stars - Secretary of State Lud Kramer and Attorney General Slade Gorton. The Shelton Corrections Center squad also is an experienced team. Winning will be the name of the game. Real, honest-to-goodness referees will pack the whistles for both contests. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Olympia and Tumwater High School pep bands. Refreshments will be on sale. It should be an evening full of laughs and good basketball entertainment. But the real story will be what the volunteer hoopsters can do to help Morningside, the business of which is serving some very special people. Smokey Says: MATCH S FE UN LF..55 ff$ "1 9 -6"/- 9.'~ PATIENT-AIDS by FUTURO co+++ +i+ brakes + rest. The only wheelcha r with built-in tilt in seat and back for maximum comfort. Maneuvers easily with little effort, Fo ds com- pletely for travel or storage. Deluxe Model $160.00 ~J / Standard Model $130.00 ~/ + t. onre-- ~~~/------ Medicare Note: For those who I ~ll~P',~Jl~J~ 1 are covered Medicare pays [ 80% of the 'reaaonable co,t,I ~'~~[ or charges -- after the first $50 /[~ I/=/ (Ji~'~ ~' I~ Wi Headquarters for the complete line of Patient-Aids convalescent products. patrons who movies about find four available. One of Olympic Rain UnUsual rain children's stories and books, as well as other subjects for children. The titles of some of these are "Make Way for Ducklings," "Millions of Cats," "Stone Soup," and "Story About Ping." Unty 4-H have been With the in the North North Mason e live animal s held at the Mason ribbon Winners (electric); blue )er, blue (teen !lothing); Tina risen, Jay blue; elson, ~lson, white;. Marsh, blue; Lisa Marsh, blue (craft); Christi Eldridge, blue; Cheryl Gunselman, blue;Julie Morse, blue; Karen Raney, blue; Kathy Duppman, blue; Pam Knight, blue; Karen Von Osten, blue; Julie Marker, blue; Karri Maesner, blue; Karen Page, red; Donald Beeson, white; Mark Adams, blue; Keven Adams, red; Dean Dahman, blue; Tracy Nelson, white (home grounds); Dirk Hohmann, red; Ruthie Marsh, blue. Mike Matson, red; (forestry), red (electric); Jill Satran, red; Robbie Mustain, red; Kenneth Raney, blue; Viola Wilkerson, blue; Jerry Jay Harding, blue (horse); Karen Page, blue; Gene Huguenin, blue; Charlene Huguenin, blue; Alene Becker, blue; Jayni Hunter, blue; Kathy Nelson, blue; Shelley York, red; Mary Minnis, red; Jimmy Huguonin, blue; Eric Becker, blue. We Are Pleased To /knnOUnce The Appointment Of The b .. ' osltion of Salesman At Pauley Dodge Wi; u,d'' or "Bu-', the ,,,.,.= will be glad to help you 'u' uase of a Dodge. Remember . N rrO Davs Ask For Bud or Bud at 426-8183 Eves. Bud Knutzen, 426-4780 Front & Railroad were Irving Sate, education Library courier service to be picked up by individuals at their consultant of the mentally gifted Valorie teacher SCan Kriegel and students Thompson and Jim local library, or they will be for the California State Enochs. mailed to the person s address. Department of Education, and She added that all films should be Dr. Frank Williams from Portland I- -- reserved well in advance of the State University. I date needed. The conference was sponsored | In ad4ition to having a by the Suoerintendent of Public [ permanent film collection, the " Ihstrueti6ii~s 0ffiee and organiz~-'t: district continues to belong to the by Dr. Lois Roth, coordinator of Washington Library Film Circuit, the state's gifted programs. with film centers located in "The teams were made up of libraries in Aberdeen, Centralia, a teacher, administrator and two Olympia and Raymond. Walston & Co., Inc. invites investors and prospective investors to a FREE lecture on How successful have funds been as investments for the growth-minded investor? What has been the effect of stock market declines on fund performance? How do funds protect the investor against his own emotions? Do funds offer a potential hedge against inflation on a long-term basis? What about the much discussed Check-A-Month Plans? Walston & Co., Inc. Account Executive James Sharp will give what he considers to be definitive answers to questions covering the most recent developments. He will tell the mutual fund story, giving a frank, impartial appraisal of the field today. We believe you'll find the program interesting and useful. The lecture will take place on TUESDAY, April 20 AT 7:30 p.m. Mason County P.U.D. Meeting Room Shelton, Wa. -- I Admission is free-- but space is limited, so please mail the coupon below. ,llllli llilil i i! l i i i I I wish to reserve_~.~_ seat(s) for lecture on Mutual Funds your I Name ~ ------ Address ..-.--- I City State Zip I I Telephone I Business Home alston I I Inc. , I Members New York Stock Exchange I and Other Principal Stock and Commodity Exchanges I 1 1 14 4th Ave. Seattle (206) MA 4-2000 I OVER 100 OFFICES COAST TO COAST AND OVERSEAS ..,= =.,= | ~m~~mmmmm~mmmmmm~ With the big game nearing, both teams have released names of some of the "stars" who will MOBILE WHY BORROW FROM STRANGERS? 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Phone 426-1633 / Membership Open to All Active and Retired Simpson Timber Company Employees and Their Families Ken Fredson, Manager Thursday, April 15, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17