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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 29, 1971

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PEOPLE DO LOVE TO EAT -- This will be proved again this Friday night as the United Methodist Church presents its annual Smorgasbord event. Serving Will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a wide assortment of foods, and seconds for those who wish. Some Can Get Tax Exemptions Some parL-time workers with low annual incomes may qualify for exemption from withhold'{ng lax, according to Neal S. Warren, l)islrictDirector of Internal Revenue. raxpayers who had no Federal incoine tax liability for 1970 and anticipale none for 1971 may file IRS f:orm W-4E, Withholding Tax Exemption Certificate, with their employers. Single taxpayers with incomes of tess than $1,700 for the year, and married taxpayers filling jointly with incomes of less than $2,300, will not owe Federal income tax for 1971. Certificates filed by taxpayers in 1970 will expire April 30, 1971, and these taxpayers should file another certificate by May l if they currently meet the qualifications, Warren said. :i:!:i:i:i:i:;i NEWLY REMODLED YOur favorite beverages are now served in Shelton's only tavern with a nightclub atmosphere. Featuring a dance floor and a completely new bar, we welcome you to join us during our celebration. in our Sing-Along Free Snacks Hood Canal School 14 Here Again As a result of the last school Mrs. Virginia Pill, third grade The Shelton Congregation of cafeteria to feed those in Jehovah's Witnesses has received attendance, the music department word that their next semi-annual to accompany the singing, first circuit assembly will be held next aid, and many more. board meeting Hood Canal School teacher, attended the Governor's ~-,-~ month. Paul Strom, local Strom, in summing up his District will try for the second Writers' Day at the Washington ~< minister,said he has been report, said he had been advised time on June 8 to pass a one half State Library in Olympia Sunda} Officially notifiedthat the that as usual there will be no mill levy to retain the schools to receive recognition as thre lay gathering will begin charge or obligation for attending present physical education co-author of the book, "Starfish: ~" May . l at 6:45 p.m. here in the the sessions, and that the public is specialist program. Special Methods of Preservation and Shelton High School auditorium, welcome to attend. interest groups requested the Guide to Identification." Mrs. Special representatives are district rerun the levy again to Marjorie Farlong of the ~ being sent to Shelton by the make it possible to continue the Driftwood Shop and Mrs. Pill Watchtower Society of New IF YOU hit a pony over the all school physical education wrote the book which was York, to see that everything is in nose at the outset of your program started this year by Miss published by Ellison Industries of readiness by opening time. Inacquaintance, he may not love Shawn Goenen. The last levy Edmonds. addition, many peninsula-areayou, but he will take a deep failed by 27 votes. Spelling Contest personnel are being assigned to interest in your movements ever Supt. John Pill indicated that The Hood Canal annual VICTOR G. DOWNER, son direct operations of the 19 afterwards. with the passage of a one-half mill elementary spelling contest was of Mr. and" Mrs. Go ne departments involved in making Rudyard Kipling levy it would not increase school the main "happening" at the Dew nerl Shelton, was the convention function taxes as the district will reduce its P.T.A. meeting April 19. graduated from Air Force smoothly. William R. Fennell of milleage to redeem bonds by Those who participated from Basic Training at Lackland Sequim will oversee all of this more than the cost of the levy the fourth grade, were Brian w h i c h i s a p p r o x i m a t e 1 y Pierce, Danny Molinero, Sandra AFB, Texas April 13. He has activity, and will have more than $8,000.00. Johnson, and Michelle ttawk;been assigned to Chanute 300 men and women, some from It is urged that new residents fifth grade, Jim Cole, Kenneth AFB, II1., for nine weeks of direction.Sheltn' working under his to the school district please Richert, Benny Ward and Doug schooling as a fire prevention When fully set up, Fennell's register to vote for the levy June LaClair (alternate for Sharlyn specialist, operation will include everything 8. They have until May 8 to York who was unable to attend); from a department for locating register. If there are any questions sixth grade; Loft Young, Brian rooming accommodations for please call the ttood Canal School Baker,Betty Priest and Cindy visiting delegates,, to a lost and administrative office. Stairs. Harold Hersh found department which dutifully Teachers Rehired Dour LaClair emerged the collects mislaid items - and winning speller for the year of IS On Carrier occasionally a wandering child. The school board passed a 1971, but was given a real tussle by Navy Petty Officer Second And of course thereis the resolution to rehire all present all of the other contestants. teachers, except for those Class Harold U. Hersh, son of Mr. otherwise notified, for the Hood Canal Schools will and Mrs. Harold G. Hersh, 1 97 1-72 school-year Contracts dismiss May 3 at 2:10 p.m. to Shelton, is serving aboard the San cannot be issued until the facilitate a staff-curriculum Diego basedattackaircraftcarrier Insurance Poor? Legislature appropriates funds, meeting. USS Kitty Hawk presently on an extended deployment to the Spending too much on your insurance? Western Pacific. Library Observing Call 426-3317 and let National Music Week 4-H Demonstration Arnold & Smith Insurance Agency Results Told save you money on your By MORLEY KRAMER Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kendrick. To , The Shelton Public Library is qualify for listing, a composer R e s u 1 t s o f 4-H Live , Auto * Home Owners * Boat Mobile Home * Business * Life observing National Music Week should be a native of the state or Demonstrations held at the Mason * Health Insurance Needs with a display of books and should have been active musically County Fairgrounds April 10 records showing the wide range of in the state for at least five years, were Brenda Surlow, blue; Mike ARNOLD SMITII material available to appeal to all Find out about music and Lick, blue; Linda Hildebrandt, & ages and tastes, musicians at the Shelton Public blue; Teresa Murray, red; Chris INSURANCE AGENCY Of particular interest are two Library. The library will be open Rickards, red; Karla Kimball, pamphlets presented to the noon to 9 p.m. Monday throughblue; Jenifer Cheney, blue; Mark "hlstlrallce L~" ollr olllv bltsi/tess. " library by the Shelton Music Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Tobin, white; Mike Baze, red and Club. One is the Directory of Saturday. LarryBaze, red. 116 N. 2nd. 426-3317 American Women Composers, compiled by Julia Smith and published by the National Federation of Music Clubs. The purpose of this publication is to kindle interest in and obtain recognition for the music of women composers. The second brochure is Washington State Composers by Now for the first time in the Pacific Northwest, you to enjoy. Underground power and a sewage treat- can finally get away from uninteresting square or ment plant will insure the beauty of our land and rectangular building lots. At Hartstene Pointe you waters for your great grandchildren. Hartstene is won't find a square lot in the entire area. Why? Be- truly unique. A place you and your family will en- cause all of our lots are round. Perfect circles with joy for a lifetime. Drive out this weekend and see common green area separating you from your for yourself. neighbor. Common green area that will be left un- Presented by: QUADRANT CORPORATION, a touched forever, and provide you and your family Weyerhaeuser Company, 112th N.E. and N.E. 8th, with the privacy and se- : Bellevue, Washington 98009 GL 5-2900. Site clusion that you desire in :::~: a recreation site. Actu- phone: 426-4410 (call collect). Representative on ally, we have deeded as site seven days a week. much land to common DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From Seattle drive south area as we have planned on Interstate 5 to Olympia. From Portland drive for lots, iRcluding three ::;: north on Interstate 5 to Olympia. Take the Aber- miles of saltwater beach deen Ocean Beaches exit. Next, take the Shelton for everyone to explore exit and continue through downtown Shelton and and enjoy. ~:~: .............. follow the signs. From Bremerton, drive south on Highway 3. Take the Hartstene Island exit and fol- We have developed Hart- low the signs. Cross the modern 2-lane highway stene Pointe, blending bridge from the mainland to Hartstene Island and our additions to what mother nature has spent beautiful Hartstene Pointe. centuries providing. Our Islandhouse Condomin- iums were designed to complement their natural surroundings. The lodge and swimming pool are hidden among the trees but are there now for you Weyerhaeuser Company l" .... HARTsTENE POINTE rd like to see Hartstene Pointe on Harstene Island. Would you please [~ meet me there ill] contact me about arranging transportation, rm interested in i Islandhouse living [-!. A circular lot building site [j. Name ':"~ Address City State Zip Phone i Thursday, April 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15