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204. 's Hi ight By Boq ing of April 12, the was presented n, revision and Marvin Schafer, rulings will be in COUpled with the CUrrently felt by make it imperative costs be pared s only, Schafer one bus route will another, cutting three. It was routes follow and not go into one mile to pick ff children so mbursed centage. as Chairman spoke for Board effect that the 'continue on its hOUgh part tble by to provide the service to the IS nOW given. buses in will be a little but will be of a decrease in total finances ratios, it one high one grade will involve on the part of principal to the quality aifts in duties discussed, but classified lands in Picture were removal from the tax :ation was bringing P may be assified,,, at value goes er acre, while y tax rely the land thus There were a good number of members of the Community at the meeting to listen and to inquire. Also represented was the Student Body. Some ten students came to present student attitudes on several topics. A major complaint was poor maintenance of the gym. Since the Board has been voicing the same complaint, there was no defense, but rather, wholehearted agreement. The Board felt that school personnel had obligations in the matter, and that the student body, likewise had their own obligation to assist by a no-litter course of action. Brian Clevenger was the main spokesman. April Henderson suggested some system of organized student committees to assist. Brian is in the process of trying to get an Earth Day planned that all can agree on. All teachers were rehired with the exception of the two who were to be dropped. It was made very clear that they were not rehired because of financial reasons only, and that the Board and the Community regretted having to take the action. The tape recorder which disappeared just before spring vacation was recovered in good order. No charges were filed. The student lounge is slowly taking form. Cinder block has been laid for a fill in the former fuel tank room. The Boiler was purchased by Simpson for the use of Camp Garvey, and that portion is yet to be filled• Students, under the supervision of Ray Heller and Ray Rothrock, are putting in their time as they can. Mike Thomsen is helping them . Wednesday the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades were treated to the annual "Dental Brush-in", during which they learned of dental hygiene, and how to handle a toothbrush. The Junior-Senior Prom will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the gym. The juniors are going all-out and hiring the top-notch The Pitchblende, for the occasion. The six weeks ends April 21 and cards will be out April 23. s Y0ur Guide to , ervices in Meson County EXl ert Installation JIM PAULEy, INC. Ph. 426-8231 Floor Covering --Linoleum --Carpeting --Tile --Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph.426-2292 Overhauls ,, ne-ups Eb'S SERVICE tst 426-1212 Gunsmith Repairing Modern and Antiques Precision Scope & Sight Mounting Shotgun Choke Alterations, all gauges Shooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 nsurance Tired of Shopping? Let us do it foryou! Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health Business-Preferred Risk? We locate the lowest cost. insurance is our only business. ARNOLD & SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY 116 N. 2nd. 426-3317 SA LO Masonry - Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 Call Rental Service Almost Anything Anywhere Bulldozers-Loaders-Pu mps Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 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 rete °fSNELT( Travel -- Air - Rail - Steamship -- Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 ns "°srnetics Truck & Equip. Repair------- Trucks * Cats Logging Equipment Engines -- Transmissions Differentials & Welding SUMMIT TRUCK & EQUIPMENT REPAIR 224 S. 12th 426-2512 THE BEST TIME to control Tansy, pictured above, is now, County Agent Harold Van DeRiet said this week. Control Here, Agent The time to successfully spray Tansy with 2,4-D (Amine or L.V. Ester) is from April 10 to May 15. If you don't catch tansy while it is small, then you're asking for a real headache, according to county agent Harold Van De Riet. He offered the following information about Tansy control• 2,4-D Control of Tansy. 1. Is least costly per acre at recommended rates. 2. ls easier to kill in April and May when Tansy is small. 3. We can expect best results from using 2,4-D when: A. Applied when temperatures are between 60 - 80 Deg. B. Applied when no rain is expected for 12-24 hours after spraying. C. Applied with a sticker spreader for good coverage to keep the 2,4-D on the leaves. D. Applied at rates of 2-3 lbs. in April and 3-4 lbs. in May in 30-80 gallons of water per acre. (Most 2,4-D contains 41bs. per gal. Check label. Keep in mind: 1. Spraying after May 15 will require more costly materials. 2. After spraying with 2,4-D, one must keep animals off area for seven days. Lilliwaup Vacation By VIVIEN OLSON LILLIWAUP - Spring vacations brought children and grandchildren for visits with the Jack Cattos on Indian Beach. Good weather favored the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Catto with their children, Kathryn, Carolyn and John, from Seattle, who were here for the weekend of April 3. Spending Thursday night with the ASCS Programs Are Discussed Anti-pollution and other environmental benefits are being emphasized in the Mason County Rural Environmental Assistance Program (REAP) for 1971, according to Donald W. Ragan, local farm leader. "REAP was formerly ACP - the Agricultural Conservation Program which has been operative in Mason County for many years," Ragan said. Under the new name, long-range preservation of the environment and more public benefits are being emphasized. Practices which are production oriented or which provide temporary benefits have been eliminated or given low priority. Encouragement will be given to such farmland conservation measures as sod waterways, rip-rap on stream banks, permanent grass cover and tree plantings, all of which help retain and slow down water and reduce siltation as the water moves downstream. Practices which help reduce pollution from animal wastes, fertilizers and pesticides also will be encouraged. Government cost-sharing is from 30 per cent to 80 per cent of cost, depending on the priority given by the ASC county committee. REAP will continue to be administered by the Mason County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) Committee. For further information contact the ASCS office at Kneeland Center in Shelton. Cattos were their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Hill and children, Bert and Eileen of Seattle. They had visited overnight with the Mack Knutsen family in Olympia before coming to Lilliwaup. With their cousins, Carl and Karen Knutsen, they had explored the museum, Olympia brewery and the state Legislative building. Karen Knutsen's twelfth birthday was celebrated Easter Sunday at the home of her grandparents• After school is out, Dr. and Mrs. Mack Knutsen will be moving their family from Olympia's South Bay area to a larger farm property near Onalaska. The A. J. Richters, of Ayock Beach, enjoyed an Easter weekend visit from their son and daughter-in-law, George and Joan and grandkids Bill and Jill, of Puyallup. The Ed Olsons spent Easter at the Tacoma home of their son and daughter-in-law, David and Arlene Webb. The Lewis Evans, of Holiday Beach, had a full day on Easter Sunday. At 11 a.m. in the morning, they met with daughter, Sandra McPhail and four children at a restaurant in Lacey, for Easter breakfast together. Then on to Tacoma, to have Easter Sunday dinner, as guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Albright and children. Also there with the family, were Faith's mother, Mrs. Florence Ross of Panorama City and her brother, Jim Ross, of Seattle. The Evans brought Mrs. Ross home with them, where she will spend the week. On that one beautiful summer week-end, two weeks ago, which surely was a teaser, Faith and Lew took off on Sunday morning, had breakfast in Aberdeen. Then a drive to Westport, where they browsed through a lovely new "Custom Import Shop." Then a long walk on the beach in the warm sunshine. They then drove to Ocean Shores, where they had dinner• This day was their way of celebrating Lew's birthday. 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 ool By ANN WHEELER PIONEER - A Carnival will be sponsored by the Pioneer PTO at the Pioneer School to raise funds to complete the landscaping of the school grounds. It will be May 1. Please do your housecleaning before May 1 and bring your "cast-offs" and rummage for the sale, there also will be a "Green Thumb" corner so please donate any trees, shrubs, plants, seeds or garden tools that can be sold for this good cause. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth and daughter, Carol, entertained Mrs. Auseth's sister, Mrs. J. R. Riter and Mr. Riter from Puyallup and their two children, Mark and Sheri this past week. The Pioneer Citizen's Advisory Board say a hearty "Thank You" to every one who helped with the Bond Issue for the new high school. Skokomish ann ng Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker and family have as their guest Mr. Walker's mother, Mrs. Mary Walker from Vancouver, Canada. Also visiting the Walkers is their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kenworthy and two sons, Christoffer and Mark from Bainbridge Island. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Abbott from San Francisco are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Abbot of Agate. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ulvestad from Mountlake Terrace spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawks of Phillips Lake. Dave McCa[thy of Timber Lake suffered a heart attack at his home Wednesday evening and is in intensive care at Mason General Hospital in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Morissette from Pullman, Washington, spent their Easter vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adley of Phillips Lake. rnival The neighbors and friends of Lynn Woodard "Woody" on Phillips Lake were saddened by the news of his death in an accident in Seattle. He leaves his wife and two children. Steven, Katie, and Nan Robinson from Bellevue spent from Tuesday through Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson at Timber Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson and family from Mercer Island spent the Easter weekend with Mr. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson of Timber Lake. Em Babcock of Pickering journeyed to Tacoma to visit Mrs. lnez Pederson, a former Pickering resident who has been very ill and now very much improved, she sends greetings to her friends and former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawks of Phillips Lake entertained their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Namen of Seattle, over tile Easter holiday. Mrs. Avon Andersen from College Park, Md., is visiting her father, Mud Clay at Spencer Lake and to be near her daughter, Sheri who is ill at the University of Washington Hospital. Mrs. Andersen is also visiting her sisters, Mrs. Jim Batstone and Mrs. Virginia Dahman of Shelton. The Pickering Homemakers met April 8 in their club house on Pickering Pass and welcomed back Mrs. Marie Tanasse who has been very ill for many months. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9: 15 a.m. Sunday School ................................. 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. Grange Hears By AFS By MARY VALLEY SKOKOM1SH _ Skokomish Grange met last Friday evening following a 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner. A feature of the evening was a showing of slides and narration of Japan and especially Tokyo by Miss Hiroko Yokoyama, the exchange student at Shelton High School• She was accompanied by Patty Starkey, and Miss Landon, senior class members from the high school. Many friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rosenberg were on hand to help celebrate the Rosenberg's 40th wedding anniversary April 3 at the Memorial Hall. The happy event was hosted by Rosenberg's two children, Vern Rosenberg and Beverly Mahlendorf and Mrs. Mahlendorf's daughters, Carrie and Tammie. On hand for the festive occasion were out-of-towners Mrs. N. McComb and B. Randolf both of Florence, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. E. Olson of McMinnville, Ore., the Leroy Layton family of Estacada, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Randolph of Portland, Ore., Mrs. G. Brislawn, P. Galasen, and Mrs. J. Crum all of Seattle. From Everett were Mr. and Mrs. E. Tollefson and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hilmo and Mr. and Mrs. George Wiss. Arriving in time from Fosston, Minn., was Mrs. I. Balstead. After the reception the Rosenbergs entertained 25 visiting relatives at a buffet dinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley and Mrs. Bill Hunter drove to Seattle Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Glen Smith, sister-in-law of Mrs. Barkley. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Valley and family of Alderwood Manor spent the Easter weekend with his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. The Ronald Johnson family returned to Pullman after spending' their Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Limerick Group Planning Dance Volunteers of the new Lake Limerick Fire Station 4 will hold a benefit dance April 17 at 8:30 p.m. at Limerick Inn with Capt. Glenn Robbins and Lt. AI Gronseth in charge. Music will be to a variety of popular tapes. Lake Limerick Country Club is donating use of the facility. "In addition to Limerick folks, we hope the party will be a get-acquainted affair for Limerick volunteers and their wives and girl friends to meet the many. good people we are working with at District 5's other fire stations in Allyn, Victor and Mason Lake," Robbins commented. Tickets will be available at the door as well as from volunteers at a donation of $1.50 per person, $3 a couple, not including refreshments. INSURANCE IIIII Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter drove to Olympia Easter where they met their son, Bob and his wife from Seattle for dinner at the Olympia Oyster House. Mr. and Mrs. John Brush and son Brad spent several days with their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. David Williams in Lamont. They also took a side trip to Spokane and visited with Mrs. George Upright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marty Jackson have moved to this area from Indiana and are presently residing with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brush. Other guests at the Brush home Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knoop and family, and Col. and Mrs. Sherm Wilkins. a ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th & Cota -- Shelton, Wash. HEAR THE GOOD NEWS on KMAS Sunday Morning at 11:OO a.m. Pastor Luckman 9:30 a.m ......... Sunday School 6:00 p.m .... Evening Gospel Hour 7:15 p.m ........ Youth Meetings and Afterglow Wednesday Bible Study . 7:00 p.m. 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 Come to this Christian Science Lecture Entitled: "YOU R THINKING GOVERN˘ YOUR EXPERIENCE" By William Milford Correll, C.S.B. in the United Methodist Churcl~, G & King St., Shelton Thursday, April 29 * 8 p.m. THE RESURRECTION IS GOING ON TODAY The participants inthis program approach the subject of rebels and revolution in a different way. The speakers include a lecturer, a well-known editor, a college president and a student. Broadcast this Sunday over: KXA 770 Kc 8:45 a.m. KGY 1240 Kc 10:15 a.m. the that A Christian Science radio series F 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. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butterfield Bible Study .................................... 9:45 a.m. Worship ............................ 11:00 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Christian Training .............................. 5:30 p.m. ' Tuesday - Prayer Service & Bible Study ............. 7:30 p.m. First Church of Christ, Scientist 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Su nday School 11:00 a.m. --Church 11:00 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. r FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I l Arcadia and Lake Boulevard I / ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister I / Bible School .......9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00 p.m.I / Worship ...................................... 1 l:00a.m. I / Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:00 p.m. I [ Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service J SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Youmjlund Pastor Sunday School ...............................9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ............................. II:00 a.m. Christ's'Rmbas~a~ors ......... :... Y.'... i ....... 5:00 p.mL Evangelistic Service ............................ 6:00 p.m. Wednesday-Family Night ....................... 7:00 p.m. Revivaltime, Sunday, KGDN ................ , ..... 3:00 p.m. FOURSQUARE CHURCH 910 East Dearborn Lewis B. Wysong. Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School -- classes for all ages 11:00 a.m. RICH SWETMAN***Ex-dope addict and pusher 6:00 p.m. Youth Mtgs. 7:00 p.m. Pastor Wysong speaking I0:00 a.m, and 7:00 Wednesday -- Prayer Mtg. and Bible study MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOUR I SYNOD 206 E, Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor Sunday, April 18, 1971 Divine Service at 10:30 Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Fishermen's Club ,, I P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m.'to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister L Speaker: Jimmy Edgebert, Hawaii Faith Lutheran Church 7th and Franklin WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-8611 St. David's Church Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington 8:00 A.M.- Holy Communion 10:00 A.M.-- Family Service The Church ~s always open for meditation and prayer. of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ........................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .................... 11:00 a.m. Junior Fellowship ..................... 6:00 D.m. Evening Service .......................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 15, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 23 d