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May 6, 1971

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Junior Entries for the Junior Paul The parade entrants will meet Nine Are Candidates For Rodeo Queen A ninth candidate, Kay the rodeo is Hellman, has joined the eight 22 at the Dayton distinguished service as a Scmor Citizen Aide." Troy retired from Simpson Timber Co. in the early 1960's. For several years after that, he served as president of the Mason County Festival Association Kidney Group Meeting Changed The Mason County Kidney Foundation meeting has been postponed one week and will be held May 17, 7:30 p.m. at the home of the chairman Charles Savage, 2011 King St. Savage said anyone interested in working for the cause or learning more about the work of the organization and the successful life-saving efforts will be welcome to attend the wide open meeting. Refreshments will be served, he said. The Chairman said the Board of Officers decided to postpone the meeting because of conflicts with the regular meeting date. Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior Hig~ School Week of May 10-t4 MONDAY--lasagne with meat, kitchen made rolls, whole kernel corn, orange juice, coconut cake and milk. TUESDAY--grilled cheese sandwich, seasoned green beans, vegetable tray, apple pie and milk. WEDNESDAY--meat and potato dish, mixed vegetables, sandwich, fruit and milk. THURSDAY--pizza, cabbage, green pepper & carrot salad, cookie, fruit jello and milk. FRIDAY--fish sticks, parsley buttered potatoes, hot buttered cornbread, lettuce wedge, cranberry crunch and milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Rexall 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-4642 -1 ,.- .... -I lllillm :~ ilia : : ! w w u,,,,,,,, ~ -.~__ [m,,~! : SALE of the 36, 42 AND 48-INCH FABRIC AND ALL COMPONENTS INCLUDING GATES, END POSTS AND CORNER POSTS NORM BUN KO SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT MAN, will help you select the raght fence or building for your yard.., give you free measuring, free estimates ,.. arrange Guaranteed Installation by Sears Author- ized Installers . show you a credit plan to su=t your needs [' 10x7-foot now an amazingly low 10x5-foot now only FLOOR KITS AVAILABLE FOR MOST BUILDINGS CALL NORM [ Sears1 .~EAR$ ROEBUCK AND CO BUNKO FOR INSTALLED PRICES ON LAWN BUILDINGS Satmsfaction Guaranteed or your money back. Sears has a cred,t plan to suit your needs. Evergreen Square * 24-Hr. Phone 426-8201 * Shelton 5i Latex Flat Wall Paint. The great latex cover-up: covers 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 in thirty minutes and brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47". Now only $6.19 gallon. I I O~t t~.t em Trim Satinhide is a must for repeat' washed woodwork in kitchens, children's rooms. Goes on easily, dries quickl comes in hundreds of colors to Pannts. Regularly $3.43". Now only 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. "The Complete Building Center" l| Mike Byrne, Owner Bunyan Parade for the Mason at 9:15 p.m. May 22 at the others in seeking the title of by TomBaze. County Forest Festival are being Lincoln School Grounds off Cota Mason County Rodeo Queen. Funds rai, accepted, the Jayettes, who St. where they will be pre-judged ~ The Rodeo is a new addition go toward the handle the junior parade for the before the parade. , ..... ~ | to the Mason County Fair this western outfits f0t week. Festival Association said this MayThe deadline fr entries is I t 18. year and will be held Aug. 21 and princesses. II 22. 4 ..o, ~.~ PARADE ENTRY FORM Other candidates for Rodeo MONEY IS like ~i %.":~" .... 1971 JUNIOR PAUL BUNYAN PARADE Queen, who were announced last - use it or lose it. week, were Sherrie York, Peggy Please check which classification you are entering: I ~ Smith, Kathy Stickley, Linda +~;. .... Indians ( ) ~ ~ Hildebrandt, Jennifer Cheney, ~..~lW3.V,l~[][[l'~ Pioneers ( ) []i Norma Hoepfner, Karen Dale and Logger ( ) l i Terri Sievert. Sportsman(fisherman, hunter) ( ) ~ | ~ The girls will begin selling Clown ( ) i ] ~ advance tickets to the rodeo, Animal costumes ( ) ~ ~,,,~ starting next week. ~ln Bikes and Trikes ( ) i I ~ They will face an elimination ~ Pets ( ) i I | contest in which they will be ~el: Floats (on wheels) ( ) I I | iudged on poise, character, Keep Washington Green ( ) I ~ ] "speaking ability and riding ability. Fantasy (fairy tale, cartoon character) ( ) ~ ] ~ A queen and two princesses Groups (Scouts, etc., 3 or more) ( ) .... I [] will be selected from the group. YOUR NAME ~ I I The committee in charge of ..... if~:~ ...... ~,.i,~ i YOUR ADDRESS ~ " I i ~..~~~~~~~~~.~~...~....~~..~.~....~~~.....~..~.~~....~~~.~~~~~.....~....~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .... ....... | l 2 z LO O K TO Please fill in this form as soon as you know you will be entering the .... .... t ~ parade and send it to the address given below. It should be received by Gary Friedman -=- [ i ...... ~ ) ~'4..i. May 18, 1971. QUALITY Hearing He p If ~--:C__ ~rs.~.eU~er~0,~oore,an~S.e,o. Was.,n,tong,S~. lan == ---2, It= Corps Flood Control Gary Friedman, pr " nt , " "-p " ; Jaycee Hear Fri .,d es,de of Strachilla internal vice resident ---= SERVICE You Can Depend on Skyriver IV Corp., which isKirk Criner, external vice.~ .~.~ ...... planning a large rock festival this president Chuck Ruhl, secretary- - LleAUI K HIP From the World's Lar ~1 CLIVE TROY AND HolLwife, Vera, admire the gifts he was Proposal Is Discussed summer, spoke to the Shelton treasurer Vern St. Louis, state =- Exc us ve Manufacturer~ Jaycees at their last general director and Loney Kennedy and ~ H~arinn Aids and He id presented at a party ng him on his retirement from the Multi-Service Center Staff last week. All of those who attended a difficulty in enlarging the creek meeting. Bruce Yost, directors. Gary Plews ---" TesiEnuioment public meeting on a U. S. Army since it ran under buildings in Friedman, a former Canadian is past president. ---- -1 r- " Jaycee told the Shelton group heAwards which were presented ~ C r entative, Corps of Engineers plan for flood some areas. , .... = ome to see our rep es control in Shelton Creek appeared The proposal would allow cannot legally d~sclose the xn c 1 u ded Dsck Wormer, __- Clive Troy Retires, Aoain to be in agreementthattheCorps Shelton Creek to run at itslocation which his group has in Outstanding First Year Jaycee; --= mn.~.v u.v "~ proposal for underground capacity, but, would divert water mind, but, that the general Top Manmilers, Bob Strachilla_--= rKll~X/u II11/~1 / criteria would include a site about and Jerry Swartos: SPOKE award, - Most peopleretireonce, and manager of the Mason conduits to take excess water in excess of that into the half way between Seattle and Richard Wormer; Spark Plug _~ Hallloa~kMInnuntDdall;L6olo671 (;live Troy retires, but, hc County Fair. from Seventh and Laurel alongconduits, Fararr said. The amount doesn't stay retired. He resigned from those twoSeventh St. to Goldsborough of water added to GoldsboroughPortland and not more than anaward, Jerry Swartos; Key Man~ " " " ' M son Count ' positions to make an extended Creek was the most practical Creek would comprise only about hour's drive from Interstate 5. awards, Jerry Swartos and Chuck ~-- Ig MlZA@INI , WIlID "[he long-time ~ a, ~ . -- .. g.hr~llll, V .~ --viii -, resident retired for the third time travel trip. answer to the problem, six or seven per cent of the flowHe talked about past festivals Ruhl; Outstanding Jaycee awards, _-= - the end of last month when he On his return to Shelton Walter Fararr, representing of Goldsborough, not enough to and what his organization is doing Richard Andrews and Jack -- m /] to overcome the problems which" Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Jack=-- " BELTONE IS left his position as senior citizen about three .years. ago., he first the corps at the meeting, outlined cause any problem there, other music festivals have had. Webber, Couple of the Year. ~ ~.~~ aide with the Thurston-Mason became mvo~veo m me bemor the proposal which would includeThe proposal also calls for the County Community Action Citizen Project Find, in whicha catch basin at Seventh and facilities to be used for storm Friedman has also been active Presidential awards weregiven Council information about senior citizens Laurel to settle out some of the drainage on Seventh St. after it is at t h e St a t e Legislatureto John Tarrant, Arnold Andres, =- 418 S. Washington, Olympia concern~n rock festival Gene Caldwell and Mske Grimm ('live and his wile Ver'~ were m Mason County was compiled, gravel and debris washed downimproved under the Urban " " g " " ' ' " ~11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 guests at a party in his honor held After @out a year on that the canyon into the creek and Arterial Program. legislation. He told the Shelton by fellow Community Action project, ne necame a ~enlor two underground conduits along group he supports reasonable ,,u,.. ,=. .. i state regulations for rock festivals t ( ~t]zcn A~dc with the i,tmcil employees last Th .rsday " , ' ' " Seventh to Goldsborough Creek. .,~. ~ II / and that he has been very satisfied mr lr afternoon at ttarper's Broiler. Multl-Serv,ce } enter.opera!ed by Fte stated the Corps had been u~nner ~.ancenea with most of the legislative efforts IVlt q i' IF He was oresented with a the Community ,~CtlOn t.ouncucontacted by the city after ........ ...... lne olnner sponsorea oy me certificate of appreciation from here, the pos,tmn from which he noomng was causea oy the creek ......... on this subjeC~es held the annual :NI~~ iI ,. . . ., uemocrat t.entral Lomm~ttee The Jayc the Community Action Council, a retired last week. rive years ago ana" again mree which had been scheduled for installation of officers and awards pen and pencil set and a figurin.~, ; Mr~ and Mrs. Troy.plan. to years ago ........... !~r ararr stateo ~ne oaslc . '. ~*~ ~a~'~,, ;~t~1~c.~hur ~*~ ~:t~i~ ~'ga~,l~ after ms latest "" " - ~: " -.... ~kay v has oeen calaeeuea a banquet May 1. , , ....... '* .....~" ~e" ~-~er~]l;icate'ffea~l i~ part~'r~'t~, w~fll~.a tour of Oregcm promem" ............ was .maaequatv cuannm ~ committee, spokesmart rsaid.,, th~s New officers sworn inare 4 o ( ~ tr, ,~t md Washington first on the hst week t ;li'e Troy for three yc: ' ' ~ ": . , capacity in Shelton Creek and the" Jerry Swartos, president; Bob