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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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h raveled Mascot quare Dance Vis to " ~lle s ..... aucap mascot who So great is the esteem in breakfast will be served on thewill be available, he dreams of his olamorous Daisy. Congresswoman Third District, Mrs. ttansen has been elected national importance. She will be i[~ W~l~re_d.ancers of the which he is held that he nevermorning following the dance. It is to be expected that And yet who knows? Will will be featured speaker at the to the 87th, 88th, 89th, 90th and introduced by Keep Washington ll.' ~;umg around in encounters so much as a Ed Mathews will be Master of throughout the occasion die the evening of May 8 see the hour Keep Washington Green 91st Congresses and is the first Green past president, Dave James. _. reprimand. Helpful hands will lift Ceremonies with guest callers Svenson willmaintain his usualwhen once again cross the paths Association's annual banquet to woman to be chairman of an An audio-visual presentation ' fftrong, silent tvn him up with tender loving care to from countless cubs assisting cahn But be not surnrised if at .... bvlouslv made be held May 7 at the new Appropriations Sub-committee, portraying the spiritual, social, tere ..... e, . ......... . , . , of these two SOd 1 . Evergreen Inn in Olympia. that of Interior and Related ;fthhtjC;:rdes:2O;~lt~U:j2~:j~ance t,~ ~us any and all esconce him once again in his sear from 8:30 p.m. untu exhausted the very height of the merriment for one another? .u~~';" ,Jury Coooer_ ale of honor from which he eagerlythe assembled,, dancers, will have a a surreptitiou's to'aT ma~" tricklt' The banquet is Keep Green'sAgencies. She has served on the ," " " " the ~-0 - With a little resumes his pantie-watching. _ annual spring ceremonies Fducation and Labor Committee, program. Master of ceremomes ~neel and eight inches Taking outrageous advantage ]~ ~- #,~ 'o h o n o r i n g t h o s e p e r s o n s Veteran's Affairs ('ommittee and will be W. Lee Robinson, ~' bOots, and he tips of his immunity from reprisal, ale ~ ~;, / ,~.~ ~,~ ~,~ supporting the Association's Con ittee on Interior and Banquet reservations may be "a POUnds gainim, has been found bilLy of crimesi ::~,:,~ ~ ,2~ " '~:~ efforts and is the official lnsula. Affairs. made by writing or callinz the , , . wo each time a no flesh-and-blood square dancer I[ ) .. ~ beginning of the action program A graduate of the University Nee Washin ion Green "~ .... P g othce at 'a,C_tUb.addsabadgeto would dare to commit. He has i[ ~ .,,~)" ,~ for the 1071 fire prevention of Washington, Mrs. lhmsen was a" , Bloedel Hall, Universit: y o1~ . aea~y adorning his been known to stomp his foot on ii ;~"~ ~ lnember of the State llouse ofWashington 543,,7o"~ ga Tiekv4e StaTiCs a blue-eyed the off-beat and he has been ft;~;u(i!i!tNsllt!!eiln ifi:~!idSu~r!i m.~,"dill ,1. ' caught smuggling a jug 'into a ! ~ ' Installation Y ;~;cSe5deJt~v 7a P~;. ;;~afhllobe ,2on, international dance. It is an undisputed fact ~m.~.. bv 2Uare.dancingset,that he fails to use a deodorant, ~, Set By Moose wt!U~hommittees and was speak(eYr the Slck:ttl;lar(;f~ivjajlaobrlCff2mal~altt ,~ ne Is a traveling and he is suspected of harboring i~ ...... pro tempore during her last term. Parsons M tson "k ..... ~1~~ - , : t. )unty KWG "" e" . : wauy French will be installed At the 1071 KWG banquet ,, ~ '. -- " .. P rlodmallv to termites , , r~et resentanve. -~ll ~ " " / : .ng the greatest On January 30 ttoodsport -~ll' ,~:*~ as Governor of Moose Lodge No,Mrs. Hansen will speak on the role il~,him during a residents Joe Spaulding and his ~ .... ~" ~ 1684 in a ceremony to beheld at 4 p.m. Sunday in the lodge at the J ............ I'll{ [I ..... e!~l njs honor, bride-to-be, then Alice ttanson, ": ~ '~ ~ " airport. ~ated from variedtraveled 97 miles to the "die ~ 'i -~~ Other officers to be installed I MAY SPECIALS n:n)m.ate materials Svenson Dance" presented by the are Melvin Lane, junior past | i a~, in 1953 andMerry Mixers Square Dance Club governor; Floyd Watters, junior | t~ . ,It, ,|., . e' JOUrneyed to in Graham. They proudly claimed ~i " ~'~'~ ~ 'w. pad-parents, as the mascot in behalf of Shelton's ~, ~ 2~.~k ;, , governor: Fred Crabtree, prelate: I western lrall .orseteed .... 50 bs S2 8 uple is te " ' Le Roy Moore. treasurer; Otlo II " " " -c~'- Was" freed. Salty Sashayers and escorted hml V ~ . ftl]~ ...*:..., ,~'~,,,~.. ,= .Hansel secretary Alfred | ''usehold S'r ........ won bv henceforth on a round of personal ' /~'~ '~ ~ '~ " ' " r t '* . . i nv g Uy l Re9 $1 59 NOW L[ STa~de his entry appearances. ~ ~ : ~i:" ::": " ~i ; /i~ !, i t~rowmng, one-yea rustee:aonn| ....... '],?as .constantly square dances, traveling almost 'qlle ~[ F ~ \\ '~ Anderson, two-year trustee; and | George LeMagie, three-year | Garden $-r ..... - trustee. / ~, ,,y,,, ................ Sl,, , ales via Seattleale visited many neighboring . /:~!,/!. n"~u btates and every night He sunervised and ~ ..... : :'?/! :ustom, - . . . , ~ ~ / Appo nted affecTs, include ~ *'" " .... Jel U~al, Regularly itt, dry for himapproved theclass of begumlng ~ ; ~,; 7". o:" each set of dancers sponsored by the Salty & ~-, "~) ~ :;~4}#: Richard .son. sgt-at-aH,ls: |0scdlatmg Spr, nkler $11 95.. Nr',w ~ .... ~9S ,/approximately Sashayers and also the class ~' : ~" "l~ JMike(;le 1 Jolulson. at ter gt aM: andGaskill, inner guard. [ at " ..... -- ~e~Wnichtime he fs conducted in Lac A Do Hall near ---- ~ i The installing officer, past' I -~'Jl[O]- ~" suit " - ,>" .... "-,, ed to his Olymp,a. tie attended class ~. ~ / governor Gerald Waiters, will be *1 .7"""~~- k~"% s" " graduation parties, and he calh:d ~ / assisted by the Wonlen at Moose. FARMER.%"F .'A ,;trYteto and from on friends in Mason (;eneral / i Famil es arc iw ted to attend ... . ~t hal ,A ever, never tiospital where he was so taken ~ }.~, ~ .... i ' t..,osea ~. j, tile potluckdinnerwhich will 4 .... Sun & Non ....... ,~mgated to the with the pretty nurses that he - ~ ~"~ ~ :i:%'~ follow __ _4_O1 b_. l st " " 426-4Li/~ .. '* to sit [eigneu mness. A prompt recovery " :~: ~{t ' 7 ........... ZT-- III the floor He was effectcd by advice to consult ~ ';.*i"~ .,~.~_.,. _ functions a car enler , ~--- ~ re ' P " * ~ ....."" ~'~*' He w~tnessed on March 6 m ~t . ~q gaily - .. / e.~ {,. - F ere and the LacA Do Hall the wedding at ,J_,~lL t , .~ ::.,~ ~ :.~,. ....mg'well'ahnst his Gd-parents and he WaSpre se n t at t he following , wai' *'~:' t~ PAIHT THE EXTER|0R '-.u ol 1965 r " " " '~'~< ~k'~:-~ % : ' ~,~ ~ ~ *',,~.-~ ~;': ~'~ . ," LABOR & MATERIAL g , , . . p . ~# ~ ~, > .... ~:~, ....... ~,~,~, ~ , ., ~ ..... ~, ,.. ess h,s has traveled the furthest will ~.~:~,~,{~i:~;~~ .., o follow become Ole's new God-parents ~~ ts, and a " . . " ,,~? ~i::"; ;::': ~! ~~ peek The Salty Sashayers w,ll bid Olea ,. the average 3-bedroom home and . s wl,l and farewell and supply him ll yOU preparing and doing the trim. to POUndin. with a carefully packed box lunch " ~~ 'ther f . ~' . .... ...... ""*'>~:'>:~ .. orWard, :is tie departs Wr his sojourn w,th I Free Estimates and Advice view of gailyanother club. ne has been Trailers filledtothebrimwith 1 GENE JOHNSTON his chair, flat family groups will be provided OLE SVENSON, square dance dignitary currently visiting in DRY WALL PAINTING -- EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR may be limiled! Shelton, flirts shamelessly with his God-mother, Geneva LICENSED AND BONDED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Deyette. :Lions Total sales tax collections for the city of Shelton and Mason County during January and February were $28,015.61, the State Department of Revenue ~. reported this week. Prices gOod Thursday through Saturday Onl The city received $17,167.44 and the county $10,287.86, the reveime department said. ~. The funds are from the one half of one per cent sales tax. The ,qt,, bets 85 per cent of the m;ne; collected in tile city. The ]]~ oz. ! 9 NOW 250 TABLET REG. $1.19 S NOW ,l PUSH-BUTTON YLE KITS REG. $1.69 NOW $ county gets 15 per cent of the money collected in tile city and all of the money collected in the unincorporated areas of the county. ,~ r' wners/ W[ it L WORTH OVER $35.00 [ Thursday, April 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13