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May 20, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SEVEN OF THE NINE candidates for Mason County Fair Rodeo Queen pose here with their horses. The girls are presently selling advance tickets for the rodeo which will be held in connection with the Mason County Fair in August. Left to right are Sherrie York, Kathy Stickley, Kay Hellman, Norma Hoepfner, Jennifer Cheney, Teri Sievert and Linda Hildebrandt. Not pictured are Peggy Smith and Karen Dale. i! ~00000000041ml~ ~ 0 0.1~1~ ,qlllp ' ponsorlng" ent Han rip ANNOUNCING -"l ,. ~ e tu ents f om.o nv o m t b reator an b i es ~ v o~me ~rn~ o t~e :th n r nst ' q:~:~ : County have been selected to May 21, the group will be Production Programs Division, Parade Corpstaking2nd place trophies forparticipate in a state-wide escorted by ITT Support ServicesThe Seminar will be held in Atomic Energy Commission. ace trophy for each. .Les 'Hanford Tour and Nuclear on tour of the N Reactor, the t he Auditorium of the Student groups and adultO ~ i~~~t ~~E~NR:~~~I !hododendron On Sunday, four Robinett Power Seminar,, May 20 and 21 Washington Public Power Supply Battelle.Northwest Fort Apache advisors arriving the evening ofI - ICA I le held in Port enteredthe Eagles Youth RallyNearly 200 high school students System's 800,000 kilowatt headquarters. Speakers will May 20, will be housed at the 'day. An openBaton Competition held in from PUD Counties throughout nuclear steam generating plant, include: Don Hodel, Deputy Rivershore Motor Inn, Richland. | Was also held Shelton. The Jr. Team composed the State have been selected by Hanford No. 1, on the HanfordAdministrator, Bonneville Power That evening they will be honored I i I before the of Kim .loslin, Laurie Byrd, Vicki their local high schools to reservation and the Science Administration; Dr. Bert Wolfe, at a dinner, with a special Lies going toWhite, and Stacey Martin won participate in the event, Center inRichland. Vice President, WADCO; William program andmovie. i ,ite, 1st place, NSURANCE ! F rst ,,ace '.op,-,,,. ,r, so,o , sponso,'ed Wa ing,o ,'. ,'ow,,,- L ns o iat,, .a,,ager 0I , I GEt Stacey Martin won 1st place for Public Utility Districts' Friday afternoon will focus on of the Ecosystems Department of I WAS gratified to be able to ace, & Kim Solo Strut and Vicki White took Association. Pacific Northwest power needs, Battelle-Northwest; and Wade answer promptly, and 1 did. I said i Illsllt~ltlt ( I~ ¢)111 oltl~ bll~lllt ~ ! oth 11 to 133rd place for Solo Twirl. Students selected from Mason n u c 1 ear power and the Ballard, Nuclear Engineer of the 1 didn't know. 116 N. 2nd 426-3317 j upRh°des, 2ridThe Robinettes Parade Corps County include Ron Starr, son of environment, the liquid metal fast production Planning and MarkTwain L"B'"I"~b.~b.,I.~D,,I,. • will appear in the Forest Festival Laurence D. Starr, from Shelton ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ after the Grand traveled to to COmpete in Provincial girls won n Twirl, age Moran Wirl, 13-14 entered their and Strut, Paul Bunyan Grand Parade on Saturday and immediately afterward will enter the Washington State Baton Competition in Olympia• Both Junior and Senior twirling Teams and the Senior Dance and Twirl Team will also compete in the State Competitionto be held Saturday afternoon. s Convention Over Weekend eal minister, of 1,701 for the public lecture. three-day Malcom Van lke, an official Witnesses of the Watchtower Society, a close on delivered the advertised talk, attendance, "What Is Behind the Spirit of Rebellion?" He acknowledged: "Sometimes those in rebellion are sincere .... moved by injustices." Then he added, "Really, the point is, whether sincere or selfish, Jude Acus, San rebellion has failed to solve man s ton a chess ne Chess Club Corrections with from the games, n lOve. he Played Club Le time. reside of he on one the next. in 55 Y on a g chess Will be high open p.m. ~ol and Merit OUr Was Miller, ~f the basic problems. It should be shunned because it is condemned in God's Word." Van Ike concluded by explaining that it is Satan the Devil, the deceiver, who is behind the spirit of rebellion• He urged all in the audience to follow the course of obedience to God's laws and righteous principles. Saturday's baptism service was enjoyed by a large crowd who witnessed the immersing of 50 new ministers for the group. The evening program highlighted the assembly theme, "Implanting of the Word." practical means for teaching effectively the truths of the Bible were demonstrated and discussed. The shortness of time left for the present world was stressed, making it vital for the current generation to hear the message of Christ's Kingdom and respond to it. Strom explained that the opportunity to hear this message is being offered by Jehovah's Witnesses in 206 lands throughout the earth, with a million and a half teachers using over 160 languages. • • ...: • .,... :. : • .; -,'.'. High School; Michael B. Sinclair, son of Alan J. Sinclair, from Mary M. Knight High School; and Ben Van Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Van Horn, from North Mason High School. Purpose of the project is to acquaint interested students with the electric power requirements of the Pacific Northwest, the need for nuclear energy to supplement the region's hydroelectric system, and the facts about future nuclear power plants and the Camping Fishing was the highlight of the April 24 and 25 campout for Boy Scout Troop 112. They made camp at scoutmaster Keith Anderson's Phillips Lake cabin• Two troop fathers, spent the weekend along with Anderson and assistant scoutmasters Ron Fletcher and Eldon Reed. The eight scouts caught about 10 nice trout, cleaned and cooked some at their beach campsite. Flaming Arrow patrol, Bob Smith, Scott Durand, Roger Ayers, Mike Fletcher and Chuck Friend won the patrol competition for scout camping technique. Roger Ayers has attained first class scout rank. Joey Santamaria and Dave Rasmussen became Tenderfoot scouts• Doug Anderson, Bob Smith and Jim Harger presented the flag at Friday's Little League Jamboree at Callahan Park. Troop 112 wishes to thank Jerry Samples for donating a scout bugle. Jerry used this horn more than 40 years ago when he was a scout. Troop 112 was chosen as Bugler for the Camporee May 14, 15, 16 at Bingham Creek. All troops in the Mason district will be there. Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled : • Plate. She,,+• -rh ..... ane • Mirrors • S '1~1. /I I~/I I l~,/I'~ • AI, .hower & Tub Enclosures • Table Tops urnmum Sash & Windows- Screens- Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES- :. .'.':..~ 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. For Service Phone 426-1152 Dale, Owner VOLUME 2, NUMBER 5 The officials of the Mason Countv Credit Union are proud to announce to you, the member - owners of the Credit Union - that your assets have surpassed the four million dollar mark. Our more than 3,300 members can look with pride at the steady and solid growth of the Credit Union. This growth should point out to all that the Mason County Federal Credit Union has been effective in its efforts to serve the Mason County Community. (744) Your Credit Union is the place where the character of the applicant is the main thing in considering loan applications, and you don't have to be a millionaire to earn our highest interest. If you live in Mason County, why aren't you a member of the home-owned Mason County Federal Credit Union? Many Take Advanta Of Low Car Loan Rate Nearly 40 members took advantage of the premium 10% annual rate on new car loans during the last month. (5697) The 10% per annum rate includes loan protection (Credit Life) insurance. So get the best deal you can on your new car, and we'll give you the best deal on the financing. Regardless of the way the weather may have been at the beginning of '71, its almost time for outdoor recreation. To really enjoy the outdoors, you need to be prepared to take advantage of it at what sometimes seems to be a moments notice. Whether you're looking for a row-boat or a pleasure craft, a new tent or a travel trailer, a motorcycle or a 4WD vehicle, or just the money needed to take a well-earned vacation, your credit Union can help. See Us, at Mason County Federal Credit Union, and be ready when the weather's right. m Shelton. ton MAY 1971 Pictured are chairman Wally Ewart, John Tarrant, Reverend Wendell Harder, Floyd Powell, and Roberta (Mrs. Hal) McClary, the Selection Committee for the first Mason County Federal Credit Union Scholarship. (3828) The recipient of the $800.00 award will be announced next week. Our thanks to the Shelton Committee for their many hours of work. Not since July of 1970, have our readers failed us completely, as they did this past month. Not one of the three numbers hidden were discovered by their owners, who were Audrey Austin, Jerry Marcy, and Barbara J. Crumb. Despite the disappointment, we have again hidden three numbers in the text, and we hope to have a better reaction this month. Thursday, May 20, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9 i: