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May 20, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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um Library this week announced its 1971 Mason County. is: M-I WEST SHORE . HOOD CANAL 1st and 3rd Mondays: June 21. July --, 19. August 2, 16. i ................................. 9:30-9:45 ............................... 9:50-10:00 i ................................ 10:15-10:30 ................................ 10:40o10:55 .............................. 11:05-11:20 (3) ........................ 11:35-12:30 Lunch .............................. 1:20-1:40 .................................. 1:5002:10 i .................... i i iiiiiiii 2:2003:20 11.2 (21Jilt l';N'LiKi.'.'." SK;'K; "NIS'H "VA LL E'Y3:25-3:45 znd and 4th Tuesdays: June 22. July 13, 27 August 10, 24. 40 - BOUrgault ..................... 9 20 9 -;'. .......................... 10:05-10:25 ........................ 10:35-10:55 .................................. 11:00-12:00 Lunch ell ..................... 12:45-1:00 "':"1111171111111111111111111111111111:51:25 1:30-1:50 ................................. 2:00-2:20 ............................... 2:25-2:40 .............................. 2:45-3:15 I~1.3-SOUTH SH;RE""' H';;D" CANAL ..... 3:25-3:45 2nd and 4th Wednesciays: June 23. , JUly 14, 28. August 11, 25. "vattish Lake ..................... 9:25-9:40 1. - Sunset Beach 9:55-10:10 Point ............. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i0:20-10:35 276 .............................. 10:45-11:15 .............................. 11:20-11:40 Golf Club Lu n ch Lunch F Arcadia Rd. - Smith ............................. 1:10-1:40 G Southside School ................ - .- ............... 1:45-2- O-if- H Channel Point .................................. 2:10-2:30 I Swope ......................................... 2:40-3:00 J Totten Shores (2) ................................ 3:10-3:45 M-7 MATLOCK... ISLAND LAKE 2nd and 4th Fridays: June 15. July 6, 20. August 3, 17. A Matlock Rd. - Maple Court ........................ 9:00-9:20 B Campbell ...................................... 9:30-9:40 C Dayton Grange ................................. 9:50010:10 D Hickson ..................................... 10:30-10:50 E Matlock Loop (2) ............................. 11:00012:00 Lunch F Lake Nahwatzel ................................. 1:45-2:00 G Dayton Cut-off Rd ............................... 2:20-2:30 H Island Lake Rd. Hidden Haven .................... 2:40-3:00 I Island Lake Circle (3) ............................. 3:10-3:50 M-8 SHELTON NORTH & SOUTH 1st and 3rd Wednesdays: June 16. July 7, 21. August 4, 18. A Cole Rd. Fawn Lake ........................... 9:00-9:20 B Thomure ...................................... 9:25-9:40 C Trailer Court ................................ 9:45-10:00 D Fir Lane ..................................... 10:30-10:50 E Johns Prairie Moore .......................... 11:00011:20 F Bayshore Grocery ............................. 11:30-12:00 Lunch G Bayshore Rd. Gasser .......................... 12:40-1:10 H Lake Limerick .................................. 1:20-1:50 I Lost Lake -Dick ................................. 2:10-2:30 Shelton-Olympia Hiway J Braumbaugh .................................... 2:40-3:00 K Shelton Manor .................................. 3:10-3:30 .... " .......................... 12:20-1:20 State ................................ 1:3002:30 1~!'4 I~IAs;- ............................. 2:40-3:40 by MORLEY KRAMER t~ LAKE VICTOR GRAPEVIEW With a program running the HARS3"I'I~E AGATE gamut from mini-flicks" and 2nd And 4th Thur~ays: June 24. business to history, pornography, July 8, 22 August 12 26 e.. . social responsibilities and ,. Mendenhalls ............ ' ............ 1:0001:30intellectual freedom over 300 ...... members of the Washington ....... " ............................ 1:45-2:00 7 .... ii ............................. 2:10-2:30 ..... il : i i i i : : : i : : i i : i i i i i i : : i i i i" 2:40-3:00.3:15-4:00 Library Association attended the organization's annual conference, May 14-15, at the Sea-Tac Motor Inn, near Sea-Tac International Airport, South of Seattle. Attending from Shelton were Dr. L. Frank Maranville, Chairman of the Shelton Library Board of Trustees, Mrs. Glen Hufnail, a member of the Shelton Board; Mrs. Robert Kramer, Shelton Librarian, Mrs. Andrew Beelik, Lunch ~- ........................... 4:45-5:15 5:20-5:50 Trailer~ ........ COUrt iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .......... .......... 6:00-7:00 ........................... 7:10-7:30 1~t.$ N?RTH SHORE... HOOD CANAL Utand 3rd Fridays: June 18. l~loorJeulY 2, 16. August 6, 20. NElL R. BRIGHAM calls the sculpture "Tatoosh Warrior". Local Man Exhibits Sculpture Works IUI m,. __ mee.nu Exhibiting from May t0 to galleries in the Pacific Northwest June 15 in the Jewish Community and his work has been displayed Chicago, was the principal speaker Center in Portland, Ore. isin 15 separate exhibitions. at the Friday noon luncheon. Dr. sculptor Nell Brigham, son of Mr. His sculpture, executed in Giovanni Costigan, professor of and Mrs. Bud Brigham of Arcadia welded steel and cast bronze, is history at the University of Point. represented in 35 private Washington, addressed the Friday Nell Brigham, raised in collections and also in that of the evening banquet, taking "The Use Shelton and a graduate of Shelton Good Samaritan Hospital and the - and Abuse - of History" as his High School, after four years of First National Bank of Portland, topic. The main speaker at the service with the U. S. Coast Guard Ore. Saturdan noon luncheon was Dr. enrolled in Clark College, He will display in a Otto N. Larsen, Department of Vancouver, Wa. from which he one-man-show to be held in the Sociology, University of received an A. A. Degree. In 1971 Port Townsend Art Gallery in Washington, who took he was awarded a B.S. Degree in July. "Porn.ography" as his subject. Dr. sculpture by Portland StateBrigham's wife, Jackie, is the Larsen was a member of President University. daughter of Mrs. Glenn Liner of Lyndon Johnson's National He is affiliated with numerous Hoodsport. Commission of Pornography and Obscenity. Red Cross Class "- .................... ..... 9:45-10:00 Consultant for the Washington .... " ...................... 10:05-10:25 State Library and Mrs. Irvin A Standard First Aid course is . " .......................... 10:30-10:50McArthur, Chairman of the being offered by the i ........................... 10:05-11:25Timberland Regional Library Thurston-Mason County Chapter ........................... 11:35-12:15 Board of Trustees. American Red Cross on Monday " Lunch This is the right(s) year!" evenings began May 17, at 7 n."~ ........................... 1:00-1:45 was the general conference theme, p m in the Chapter House at ~ .... ' ~,~.. .................... 2:15-3:00 a topic reflecting ntKional int~rNt ""-I*4~P~I Wav'ONrn,qa * ."' ...... ...... .............. 3:05-3:15in civil rights and rights of It will be ~tauglat Vbv" Mrs ............................. 3:30-3:45 minority and disadvantaged Judith Provencal, a vo- lunteer Red LAKE... MCCLEARY...ARCADIA groups as well as the aged, the ill Cross first aid instructor. There is i l~t, h2M~ud~uY::t Ju~; 14. and the handicapped, no charge for the course . Sections of WLA held their The Red Cross is" a UGN ........................... 9:00-9:20 group meetings during the participating agency. Interested two-day session, and two general business meetings were on the agenda. Mrs. Judith F. Krug, Director, Office for Intellectual Freedom, American Library Association, II ..... 9:40.10:40 -arts'..... ............. 11:10-11:30 "' ....... " .......................... 11:45-12:00 ......................... 12:05-12:20 While some financial institutions hove lowered their regular passbook interest rote, we here at TCF continue to offer the highest insured passbook interest found anywhere in the state. Why settle for second best when it comes to earning power. And remember," too, your savings ore insured safe by an agency of the federal government as well as protected by our own high rese ryes. Isn't it time you transferred to higher earnings here at TCF.;) COUNTY FEDERAL LOAN ASSOCAATiON LACEY SHELTON Branch Branch persons may enroll by phoning the Red Cross, Olympia 352-8575. ning -- ) P ten tice 8 get & " earl1, ile.e_ b un. read & COokies' LIFE IS not so short but that there is always time enough for courtesy Ralph Waldo Emerson THURSTON SAVINGS AND OLYMPIA Home Office now in progress Mark Jensen Through Basic Army Pvt. Mark W. Jensen, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dayton G. Jansen, Fort Dodge, Iowa, recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the U. S. Army Training Center, Infantry, Ft. Lewis. He received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid, and Army history and traditions. The private's wife, Teri, lives on Route 3, Shelton, Pvt. Jensen received his B. A. Degree in 1970 from Hastings (Neb.) College. EVERY CAUSE produces more than one effect. Herbert Spencer Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426:4411 Standard Oil Company of California Your On the Right Course When yt~u set sail for the And Our Famous 't Stop in and enjoy your favorite beverage along with the featured dish of the "What's Cookin' " column from the Journal. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Hoodsport FIRST 4-WEEK SESSION - y9 Registration for 1 st 4-Week or Full 8-Week Session SECOND 4-WEEK SESSION 12- - June 11 &WEEK SESSION 14 - Aug. All courses will last 8 weeks except where indicated otherwise. ACCOUNTING -- Acc Cre- dit No. Course Description Day Time 3 Accl01 Prin of Accounting Daily 11:00-12:00 3 Accl02 Prin of Accounting Daily 10:00-11:00 3 Acc358 Govern Accounting Daily 8:00-9:00 ART 3 Artl01 Beginning Drawing** Daily h00-3:00 2 Art157 Fine Arts Survey** Daily 9:00-10:30 2 Art332 Art/Crft in Elem School* Daily 1:00-4:30 CHEMISTRY -- Chem 5 Cheml01 General Chemistry Daily 10:00-11:00 General Chemistry Lab T-Th 1:00-3:00 ECONOMICS -- Econ 3 Econl01 Prin of Economics Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Econl02 Prin of Economics Daily 10:00-11:00 4 Econ245 Elem Prin of Statistics Daily 8:0009:20 EDUCATION -- Ed 3 Ed201 Intro to Education*** Daily 1:00-2:30 3 Ed314 Improvement of Reading Daily 10:00-11:00 2 Art332 Art/Crft in Elem School*Daily 1:00-4:30 3 Ed347 Arith in Elem School** Daily 8:00-10:00 2 Ed453 Crucial Issues in Educ**Daily 11:00-12:30 3 Ed456 Guidance & Counseling Daily 8:00-9:00 2 Ed384A Spec Second Meth in Engl** Daily 1:00-3:00 ENGLISH -- Engl 3 Eng201 Survey of Major Am Writ Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Eng351 Shakespeare Daily 8:00-9:00 3 Eng391 Modern Amer Novels Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Eng394 Novels in Psyc Setting***Daily 1:00-3:00 3 Eng395 Studies in Greek Drama** Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Eng396 Studies in Continent Dr**Daily 10:00012:00 3 Eng397 Institute in Fiction*** Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Eng398 Institute in Poetry*** Daily 10:00-12:00 FRENCH -- Fren 5 Frenl01 Introductory French TBA TBA 5 Frenl02 Introductory French TBA TBA 3 Fren221 Conversation & Compos TBA TBA 3 Fren301 Adv Conversation & Comp TBA TBA 3 Fren302 Adv Conversation & Comp TBA TBA 3 Fren321 Survey of French Lit TBA TBA 3 Fren322 Survey of French Lit TBA TBA GERMAN -- Germ 5 Germ101 Introductory German Daily TBA GOVERNMENT -- Gay 3 Govl01 Modern Government Daily 3 Gov312 American Polit Thought Daily 3 Gov334 Comparative Government Daily HISTORY -" Hist 3 Histl01 Dev of Western Civ Daily 3 Hist315 Medieval History*** Daily 3 Hist401 Historiography*** Daily 3 Hist354 Probs. in Amer. Dip.** Daily Courses offered are contingent upon 10 enrollees * Indicates 1st 2 weeks ** Indicates 1st 4 weeks *** Indicates 2nd 4 weeks **** Indicates 1st 6 weeks (located after course description) 10:00-i1:00 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 8:00-9:00 8:00-10:00 10:00-12:00 8:00-10:00 For further MATHEMATICS -- Math 4 Math112 Fund of Math II Daily 4 Math171 Introduction to Cafculus Daily 3 Math311 Structure of Arithmetic Daily 11:00-12:20 9:00-10:20 8:00-9:00 PHI LOSOPHY -- Phil 3 Phil281 Logic Daily 3 Phil31I? Philosophy of Esthetics Daily 1:00~2:00 11:00-12:00 PHYSICAL EDUCATION -- PE 2 PE286 Personal & Comm Health**** Daily 2 PE205 Basic Skills in Sports** Daily 1 PEIOIH Beginning Tennis** Daily 1 P~101B Body Conditioning** Daily 2 PE331 Playground Leadership** Daily 2 PE345 Psyc & Phil of Coaching*** Daily 1 PE101H Beginning Tennis*** Daily 1 PEIO1B Volleyball*** Daily e 7:45-8:45 9:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:0001:30 2:00-3:30 9:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-1:30 PHYSICS -- Phys 1 Physl01L Fundamental Physics Lab TBA TBA 3 Phys302 Physics of Space & Time TBA TBA 1-2 Phys400 Seminar TBA TBA PHYSICAL SCIENCE -- P~nys Sci 3 PhScil01 Prin of Physical Science T-W-Th 8:20-10:00 1 PhScil01L T-Th 1:00-3:00 PSYCHOLOGY -- Psyc 3 Psycl01 Intro to Psychology Daily 10:00-11:00 3 Psyc326 Personality Theories Daily 9:00-11:00 3 Psyc359 Psycological Testing Daily 8:00-10:00 3 Psyc420 Adolescent Psychology Daily 11:00-1:00 3 Psyc459 Counseling Theories Daily 10:00-12:00 SOCIOLOGY -- Sac 3 Soc201 Fundamentals of Sac Daily 9:00-10:00 3 Soc376 Social Organization Daily 11:00-12:00 3 Soc380 Marriage & Family Daily 10:00-11:00 SPANISH -- Span 5 Spanl01 Introductory Spanish TBA TBA 5 Spanl02 Introductory Spanish TBA TBA 3 Span221 Conversation & Compos TBA TBA 3 Span301 Adv Conversation & Camp TBA TBA 3 Span302 Adv Conversation & Camp TBA TBA 3 Span321 Survey of Spanish Lit TBA TBA 3 Span 322 Survey of Spanish Lit TBA TBA SPEECH -- Spee 3 Spee289 Phonetics &.Anatomy Daily 3 Spee333 Intro to Spee Correction Daily 3 Spee335 Disorders of Voice & Art Daily 3 Spee345 Spee for Classroom Teach Daily 2 Spee383 Direction of Spee/For ActDaily 3 Dram311 History of the Theatre Daily THEOLOGY -- Theo 3 Theo301 Christianity and the Arts Daily 10:00-12:00 1:00-3:00 8:00-10:00 11:00-12:00 1:00-2:30 8:00010:00 I hO0-12:00 information and/or appointment to pre-register, write or call: KEITH LARKIN Director of Summer Session, Olympia, Washington (98501) DIAL 491 '4700 (Please include your telepllone number on all written inquiries.) 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