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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Local The annual Spring Meeting of Region IV Jaycees was held in Olympia April 24 with 20 Jaycee chapters in attendance. The members of the Shelton Jaycees were the winners of several awards. Dick Wonner was named the Outstanding First Year Jaycee. Dick was also the winner of the first year Jaycee Public Speaking Award• Jerry Swartos was selected as the Outstanding Local Chairman for the Region. Jerry and Pat Swartos were the winners of the Outstanding Couple of the Year Award for their all-around activities. Pat Swartos won second place in the Eleanor Award for the Outstanding Jaycee Wife of four years. Pat was also one of the Regional Auxiliary's Outstanding Wives for the pa=t year. Bob Strachila was selected as the Outstanding Region IV's State Vice-President. The meeting and social were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nowak, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Plews, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Yost, Mrs. Arnie Andres, Mrs. Chuck Ruhl, Mr. Loney Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strachila, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swartos, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wanner. The Shelton Jaycees and Jayettes will hold their Annual Installation Banquet May 1 at Heinie's Broiler. United States Jaycee Director, Ran Raffler, will install the new Jaycee officers, and Lil Weigard, Regional Auxiliary Director will install the Jayette officers. Festival Parade Entries Coming In Slowly Some of the bands which have traditionally appeared in the Mason County Forest Festival will not be here this year, Parade Chairman Darrell Cleveland said at the Festival Association meeting last Thursday evening. Cleveland said he had been informed the bands from the Bremerton School District would be unable to participate in the parade this year because a school levy failure had reduced funds available for trips. Mrs. Lucille McBridge, chairman of the Window Decoration Contest, said there are still some windows available for organizations and individuals who want them. The deadline tar entrics is [ice ar The Shelton City Commission voted Tuesday night to purchase a new patrol car from Mell Chevrolet, who submitted the only bid of $3,443.82 on a standard model vehicle. The commission had voted to call for bids on the vehicle last week and to ask for a standard model vehicle which would be O An evening of American musical entertainment featuring vocals, instrumentals and square dancing will be presented at 7:30 p.m. May 7 at the Olympia Community Center, 1314 East 4th Avenue, to help benefit the building fund drive for Morningside, Inc. The program, entitled "Musical Kapers", will last three Program Morning hours, with all entertainment provided by Olympia-area groups. Advance tickets, costing $1.50 for singles and ~2 per couple, may be ordered at Morningside Gift Shop ( 1 1 3 Capitol Way), Yenney Music, Music Bar and the Community Center, or by calling Morningside (943-0512). Tickets also will be available at the door. available as soon as possible. The action came after one of the patrol cars was damaged when it ran off the Northcliff Road during the pursuit of another vehicle. The commission last week voted to purchase a new patrol car with the police package, with the bid going to Mell Chevrolet. "They had at that time decided to pin=hast an additional vehicle, but, a standard model which would be available immediately to replace the one which was damaged in the traffic accident. City Engineer Howard Godat told the commission requests for street, improvement were coming in slowly, and, requests to be project would much longer so could be put project done. Godat urged owner interested the project to a petition to Fire Chief J reported the new had to have two last week. Park and Chariman was working on installed on the baseball field. Introductory ON ALL DURING THE MONTH OF MAY DRAMATIC NEW WAY LOSE WEIGHT WIT GOING HUNGRY ! NOTHING ON THE KET IS MORE FOR WEIGHT LOSS JET o JET 350 count Approx. 20¢ a JET SI Makes 22 Jet 22 oz. WHAT JET USERS SAY.* . __. , Lost 32 Ibs) ;n 12 weeks, and~fp has since lost a total of 64 I/'2 May 5, she said, and asked that PROFESSlOIVAL lt~]l CLEANING Ibs. "My Doctor ond I are no drag, no anyone who is interested m ,-,RPET dellghted with my results."... if anything, ir Losr29 1/2 Ibs.....this is a Lost 6 Ibst i~ I having a window display contact the , erviceMnsrH¢ way ~ wonderful dlet wlth desirable felt hungry, c~ results and no hunger or or travel s~ m her at 426-4266. CARPETS • RUGS • WALLS 2 [~JJ~\ ~ fatigue.",., tlm|on"°.o It was reported that plans for FLOORS • FURNITURE ~ ~I _] " ...':-..2i the Queen's Banquet May 18 have ONE WEEK, S TRIAL WILL AMAZE been completed and that a series HOUSEWIDE CLEANING ~ of visitations to various schools L ~ j ~ -v V ~ v and groups in the area by the o. 1211 The first annual ()pen house Queen candidates has been " ..... of the Small Tribes Organization arranged. Kenneth Lawson , INIfRr~ATIONMLY KNOWN L0CaLL¥ own~o & oPe.atfl3 ~I1~ Of western Washington is The contract with the firm 0net0ea,,,0ra~ V~lAgr scheduled April 30 and May l at which is bringing in the carnival Law son SCtH0tI|[O BASIS the e to cal to ahou eh Id STOWW headquarters, 33324 has been signed, it was reported, spot--ora spotless house Pacific Highway South, Federal ~ ~ , all WORK SLIPtRVIS[D BY GaatlOAt[S OF w.. Rotarl ~ S[RVIC[MAS[ R AL FURNISH STOWW, which is an ~l ~ . , tsnr~narEs cHE[RFOILY c,~vtr~ rlanners Rt. 10, Box 27 Shelton EVERGREEN SQUARE 426-3456 : organization including 16 tribes in Kenneth Lawson, son of Mr. has served as a Teaching Aide. western Washington acts as an =~~= _ ~1_~_ ~ umbrella organization for over vrellDI IWICIT5 and Mrs. Verl Lawson, has been Born in Neoshoe, Me. on Oct. selected by Metalshop and 19, 1953, he came to Shelton ten GI~IS ~0~ 10,000 Indians. The Mason County Planning Woodshop instrucl.rs as Rotary years ago, and lives in a home on Acttvltms tar the open house "'" " • Commission, at its meeting lastVocational Student of the Month. Cole Road. MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY are: week, received several preliminary He has this year studied Auto His main interest is music. He |~ April 30 - Arts and Crafts on ..,.,~ display and for sale; introduction r,,~ ....... Mechanics, Advanced Woodshop, plays bass guitar with the band preumanary pints elAdvanced Metals and civics, and called LYNX, and his brother, of the first issue of The Indian ............ Roger, now enrolled in Olympic ~ Jr lanuya Klver Valley UlVlSlOnS q Voice a newspaper for ~,~ Junior College, is drummer for .Me ' ' t and 5 were accept u. Washmgton Indians, and sale o • " . " Also accepted as a preliminary Pioneer PTO ; the,~l:P~uah, .music absorbs membeP ltl ~ ~ .~. ...... -paa~ ,,~ ~u~ ~, Mo~ue . great portion of each day Ken ~t~ ~lry br~nd, pop ~n~r-'-if'lila,e which is adiacent to ~lates Carnival , ~ v c6ffee " ' ~ ' " " Minerva State I ark. finds time to ride his tlonda. ~ • May 1 A salmon bake ....... Held a month for further The Pioneer School carnival, "1 divide my spare time Itl " ' study was the plat of Olympic to 8 p m Meet the craftsman at • . " ' . " questioned the steepness of the at the school, time for anything else in the way the arts and crafts d~splay a ~~l [-~ol~]--~--]e ~ ~ I ~0j~~8~ : . - , ., , ; land to be platted and the use of a Proceeds from the carnival of hobbles." demonstration of carving - " • : , logging road which ~s used by will be used to complete the After his graduation from historical demonstration of the ..................... landscaping project on the school high school, Ken plans to work IO~lllg truc~s ab a foau in [ne Indian bone game; Indian singing; plat Indian Voice subscriptions on The commission received a grounds, forayear, continuing with music /lit "':,' I Featured in the carnival will and augmenting his income with a sale. preliminary plat of Terra Linda, a be a plant sale, bake sale, games, day !ob. , , attic treasures, hot dogs, pop corn ' I hope,' he states, ',to enter campsiteBeards Coveadjacent to the plat of and other items, college the following fail.' ~ C A N 13 ! E S In Honored Unit : • Airman First Class Gregg L "' ~ts~de =~.,.~.,. ~c~ ~, ~ , ..... Frederickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. / ~~ I IN 3 SIZES, 2 SHADES --" G.W. Frisken, Hoodsport, is a ~!!!~f~ ";~'~tt~l~> member of the 313th Tactical U ~ll REG. $1.29 NOW ~aai~'~:. • . . ', :~ .~j:. j ~ ....... Airlift Wing at Forbes AFB, Kan.,,.~,~.~i~~12~ ~ that has earned the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award• Wallhide® Latex Flat Wall Paint. 2-PC. PLAS IC. 1~/~ & 21/2 QT. REG 59¢ ........... ....... : ¢ The great latex cover-up: covers He will wear a distinctive service ribbon to mark his affiliation with the 313th. The airman is a 1968 graduate of Sheiton High School and attended Burney School of Art, Seattle. ltis wife, Kathleen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Robinson, Shelton. Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and 8helton Senior High SohoOI Week of May 3-7 MONDAY--Browned beef in gravy over whipped potatoes, crispy cabbage wedge, roll and butter, chilled peaches and milk. TUESDAY--hamburger on buttered bun, relish dish, buttered peas, pineapple upside down cake and milk. WEDNESDAY-- wiener wink, parsley buttered carrots, head lettuce with lO00 island dressing, fruit and milk. THURSDAY--chili, harmony salad, kitchen-made cinnamon rolls, applesauce and milk. FRIDAY--tuna burger, buttered broccoli, fruit cup, chocolate sundae and milk. 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamin= from )'s Rexall 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-4642 Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 29, 1971 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® Tri),l Enamel. Satinhide ~s u H1Ubt for rul)eaw~d- ty washed woodwork i)~ kit(h(~lls, t)alhrcJoms and children's rooms. G()~5 on u.asiIv -- ,~nd It rW)W , ~)mes ~n hundreds of colors to mat(.h Wallhide Paints. Regularly $3.43". Now only $2.43 quart. "The Complete Building ('enter" II 426-4522 Mike Byrne, Owner NOW CASTILE SHAMPOO, EGG SHAMPOO, CREME RINSE QUART SIZE REGULARLY $1.49 NOW Mother's Day Cards BY li The Gold Medal Vitamin For Adulfs and Teenagers ehlflen SUPER AYTINAL LM8 VITAMIN I,1 When You Buy I00 $9.67 Value 150 in all! .. I I A~ ~,, ............................ !2.( Especially for You Assortment .... 2¼ Mother's Day Gift ............ 8 oz.[ OPEN 9:30 - 8:30 DALLY. CLOSED Evergreen Square \