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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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I Marcia Tomas, Senior High Division YOU AND ME ::;'!3HlllI!11!hl | ==5 i i =2 | L~ Richard Stidd, Int( /: !L : Winners in the annual Mason County Forest Festival Poster Contest were announced this week. The Shelton Ranger Station of the Olympic National Forest here handled the contest this year. The winners were: Primary Division: Jeri Jo Anderson, Belfair Elementary School, first: Dan ttannah, Belfair Elementary School, second, and Chris Taylor, Belfair Elementary School, third. Intermediate Division: Richard Stidd, Evergreen Elementary School. first; Lisa Hulbert,Evergreen Elementary School, second, and Janet Holland,Evergreen Elementary School, third. Junior High Division: Lori Nelson, North Mason Junior High, first; Margy Cataldo, North Mason Junior High, second, and Joan Welch, Mary M. Knight School, third. Matlock Senior High Division: Marcia Thomas, Shelton High School, first; Debby Shawver, Shelton High School, second, and Julie Van Laanen, Shelton High School, third. More than 500 posters were entered in the contest this year. The first place winners in each division are being sent to Seattle to be entered in the State Keep Green poster contest. The winning posters will be displayed in the window of Miller's during Forest Festival week. Bob Barstad, District Ranger for the Shelton District, said "we would like to thank all the children of Mason County who participated in the contest. You are all to be congratulated on your fine work portrayed in showing originality, design, slogan, art work and over all fire prevention effort. This year, we owe many thanks to the judges for the cooperation and decisions which were made to determine the winners". men's Associal The Firemen's Association of Fire District Five at Allyn recently named trustees and fire department officers. Elected to the board of Entertains By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. entertained with a dinner Saturday for Mrs. Walter Sewell of Coupeville, Mrs. Arthur Armstrong of Bellevue and Miss Genevieve Gemmel, Mrs. Charles O'Neill and Mrs. Bryron Wiser of Seattle at their farm here. These are all former school mates of Mrs. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenckmann, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dudics and Mardell, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mrs. Mac Pierce attended Friendship meeting at Agate Grange last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rossmaier of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Les Bozarth spent Saturday evening at the Elvin Hearing home. Matiock Ladies Club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Opal Asche hostess and Mae Pierce and Dora Hearing's birthdays were celebrated. Lottie Ford baked the birthday cake. The next meeting May 5 we will have the Riverside Club as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson of Skokomish were visitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mr. and Mrs. Earl' Walker spent the weekend in Seattle with the Pat Walker family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and Leroy spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blair of Tokeland. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Thompson of Wynooche were Monday evening visitors at the Edward Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larson of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Nickkelsen of Agate were Sunday visitors at the Lud Rossmaier home. They all had dinner at the Ming Tree in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons spent Saturday in Tacoma with Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellis and" Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Davis. Mrs. Kenneth Howard and daughter Mildred attended a Girl's State Tea in Hoquiam Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Berry of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. Sunday. Miss Patty Wright of Connecticut but at present living in California is spending a couple weeks with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dudics. Pinochle club meets this Saturday night at the Grange Hall. trustees were Del Griffey, chairman; Bea Schnettler, secretary, and Barbara Knight, treasurer. Trustees are Greg Wynn and Barbara Griffey, Station One; Lois Burke and Russ Schillinger, Station Two; Rudy Zingier and Dick Schnettler, Station Three and AI Gronseth and Bob Brown, Station Four. Fire Department Officers are Richard Knight, chief; Gaylord Valley, assistant chief; Station One, Mike White, captain, and Del Griffey and Chuck Mustain, lieutenants; Station Two, Ron Burke, captain, and Russ Schillinger, lieutenant; Station Three, Tom Brokaw, captain, and Dick Schnettler and Frank Sovereign, lieutenants, and Station Four, Glenn Robbins, captain, and AI Gronseth, lieutenant. Boad Completes Army Course Army Specialist Four Kenneth E. Boad, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Boad, Belfair, recently completed a nine-week unit and organization supply specialist course at the U. S. Army Quartermaster School, FT. Lee, Va. He was trained in the Army sup'ply system, unit and organization supply, fitting of clothing and underwear, packaging and storing of supplies and organizational maintenance of small arms. 'Spec. Boad received basic ,:, combat training at Ft. Campbell,= Ky. He is a 1968 graduate of, North Mason High School, Belfair, and attended Western Washington State College. His wife, Patti lives at Belr~:r Page 16 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 29, 1971' \ \ TI \ =.-_ .: %: _.-, 'I Jeri Jo Anderson, Primary Lori Nelson,