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May 6, 1971

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These Shelton High School seniors will be honored Thursday night for maintaining a B or better grade average. e Shelton High class who have e Point average at the Honors a. today in Mt. room. Program will executive n State is Open to the .s are available at en Lloyd's Men's and Women's Wear and at the high school office in the Angle building. The B or better students are: Debbie Allen. Lind~J Auseth, Mike Bac, Barb Bamford, Sandy Bask in,.. Cathy Bennett, Susan Busack, Rebecca Chapman, Bruce Cole, Carol Cowling, Debby Cox, Sigrid Crabtree, Wendy Erhart, Nancy Evers, Don Gardner, Charlie Gay, Debbie Gesche, Liz )-5 Junior Club, Girl's League, F.H.A. and at 1 Drama Club will take on many of 'Sponsored the responsibilities of the event. School's The Rodeo will be a this completely off campus student o R.H.s. effort to boost A.S.B. funds and the treasuries of the other school grOUps, SUch ' Letterrnen,s organizations. Students will be assisted by - eting 8 At Hall ATcItA Cindy of Bellevue attending. They Southside 7. Lnged to ~Sehe and Spent arSday at went for a boat ride. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha and Shelley and Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha. and of the Jesse and le and Lark Hamlin, Kim Hartley, Gall tiasBrouck, Cindy Haworth, Denise Herrick, Myra Hills, Rocky Howard. Jenny Jensen, Karen Johnson, Linda Kaszycki, Loretta Kilbourne, Vicki Kimbel, Linda Koch, Diana Kokett, Jenny LaMarsh, lva Lanman, Bruce Larson, Judy Laugen, George Grinnell, Sheila Gruver, Joan Gunnarson, Kathy Halvorson, lanne onore inner the Sportsman's Club, the non-profit organization which usually sponsors the junior rodeos as well as the adult Rodeos. Ages 8-13 will be restricted to the junior events, consisting of calf riding, calf roping on foot, and break-away roping for the boys, while the cowgirls may participate in calf roping, break-away roping and barrel racing. Ages 14-18 will compete in the senior events, which for the boys means bareback riding, bull riding, bull dogging and tie-down calf roping; while girl contestants can try their luck at steer riding, ribbon bull dogging and barrel racing. For information or entry forms, contact Miss Mary Ann Rankin or Mrs. Donna North at P. O. Box 98, Rainier, Washington, or phone 446-2205. BENEFIT DANCE FOR AT MooSE HALL SET FOR SAT., MAY 8 HAS BEEN UNTIL SAT.I JUNE 12 Rt. 1, Box 359, Union CR 5-2826 clial n'.ng of Otrannunce the formation of the above re oeS te firm, and Y 'nVite. office 1 mile east of Twanoh State VarK wy. 106. We YOUto Stop by and say hello. Lemagie, Glen Lockwood, Denise McKay, Jerry Mann, Bob Martin, Lorrie Maynard, Terri Mercier, Lori Moore, Marilyn Mounts. Dan Nye, l.arry Olli, Tom Parker, Vicki Pavcl, Bob QuiH~by, Chris Radcliffe, Paul Rogerson, Marlene Schmidt. Mary Schmidt, Maxine Schmidt, Debby Shawver, Judy Sheffield, Marilou Smith, Patti Starkey, Peggy Stevens, Betty Strickland, Pare Swantak, Kurt Thompson, Marcia Tomas, Lynda Waldrip, Debbie Ward, (?hcri Watson, Dee Williams, Johnna Winters, Jim Wysong, Hiroko Yokoyama. Moose Asks Liquor License The State Liquor Control Board announced today that an application has been filed by Loyal Order of Moose, Shelton Lodge No. 1684, for a Class H club license to sell liquor by the drink to its members for consumption on the premises at Sanderson Field. Shelton Airport. Anyone wishing to support or oppose the application may write to the State Liquor Control Board in Olympia. THE MAN who never alters his opinion is like standing water, & breeds reptiles of the mind. William Blake IS winnerI. Scott Woodward of 628 North Sixth, Shelton, won the final week's $10 prize for selling the most new subscriptions to the Journal during the week. The winner of the annual subscription can paign's Grand Prize -- a week at the Flying Horshoe Guest Ranch in Eastern Washington will be announced next week. Newly logged strips along ~. .... Mason County roads on Simpson Timber Company second growth Cemetery To Property The House of Representatives has passed legislation allowing Mason County Cemetery District No. 1, which administers the Belfair Cemetery, to acquire adjacent land where several graves have been inadvertently placed. The measure, as authorized by State Representative Paul Conner, allows the Department of Natural Resources to work out conveyance of title to approximately 1/3 an acre for the preservation of these grave sites In 1955 Mason County Cemetery District No. 1 was formed, and acquired private lands for a cemetery. Because of confusion between the reference points on a survey, the Cemetery District inadvertently has developed and used a narrow strip of land along the north boundary of the cemetery for grave sites. This is Forest Board land and was part of a conveyance to the state by Mason County in 1941. The FORT LEWIS Will Sing at St. David's Episcopal Church MON., MAY 10 7:30 p.m. timberlands are part of a planned harvesting policy said Cal Poe, forest operations manager. "We will use different depths of logging along the roadways with 200 to 300 feet the maximum," said Poe. These strips being in the 40 to 50 year old timber will be planted immediately. The new seedlings will grow and act as a screen for the final harvest which will be made approximately in the year 2000. Having an esthetic and productive forest is part of Simpson Timber Company management policy." One of the newest operations of this type is on the road just beyond Matlock in a 50-year old stand of Douglas fir which has grown along the stumps of the original logging in the 1920 and 30's. "We will be using several methods of harvesting in the future," said Poe, "But we must utilize the time now for the growing of new borders." It's easier...and often less expensive.., when an in- surance agent who takes an interest takes over. ~lour insurance program. ecause there are ways to save, on quality insur- ance. We'll show you some. And we won't pres- sure you. That makes things easier, too. Rocky Hembroff Agency lMdqK:o 506 W. Franklin ,~=,,c= 426-3357 BOB WOLDEN Sales Manager HasBROUCK BUS BILL JOHNSON Our Service Dept. is open every Sat.! Bill Johnson Bus Einarsson George HasBrouck Bob Woiden View at Kneeland Center ,way 6, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19