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May 27, 1971

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Boys State Five Shelton High School juniors and onefrom Mary M. Knight High School were announced this week as Boys State representatives. The Shelton High students are Mike Connolly, sponsored by the Rotary Club; Jerry Johnson, Young Demos Dinner Mason County's newly formed Young Democrats Club will have State Sen. Robert Ridder as guest speaker at their spaghetti feast June 4 at the Methodist Church. Sen. Ridder, a 44 year old graduate of the University of Washington, will talk about today's youth culture and the generation gap. His qualifications for speaking on this topic include a vice principalship at Showalter High School and being the father of five children. Ridder is serving his second term as a senator. He is chairman of the education committee and secretary to the interim committee on education. Also featured at the feast will be the Academy Award winning short film, "Is It Always Right To Be Right?" Monday Is State, tederal, county and city offices in Mason County will be closed Monday in obserwJnce of the Memorial Day holiday. Schools in the county will be out that day. The Post Office will observe its regular holiday mail schedule with mail being sent out from the Post Office and special delivery mail delivered. There will be no rural or city delivery and mail will not be distributed to Post Office boxes. sponsored by the 40 and 8; Jim Johnson, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club; Jim Rogerson, sponsored by the Moose ..Lodge; Jeffery Okano, sponsored by the American Legion, and Neal White, sponsored by Mrs. C. R. Lewis. The Mary M. Knight student is Brian Clevenger. The boys will leave from Shelton at 6:15 a.m. June 13 for the campus of Gonzaga University at Spokane. ]'he session will last until June 20. Many Items Needed By Inn Plans for the opening of Inn Quest, a coffee-house type gathering place for teenagers is planned for some time in June. The group has acquired the old Latter Day Saints Church at the corner of Highway 101 and Ellinor St. and is in the process of fixing it up in anticipation of the opening. Mike Gibson, who is heading the effort for the establishment of the place, said tentative plans are to have it open Friday and Saturday nights to start with, with the hours to be expanded as the operation progresses. The group needs donations of a variety of items to get the facilities set up for the opening date. Among the items needed are small tables, chairs, davenports, armchairs, a r~as range, refrigerator, dishes, pots, pans, silverware, glasses such as tea pots, coffee mugs and other mugs, acoustical tile, firewood, recreation equipment such as ping pong tables, nets and paddles, cards, chess sets; musical instruments such as horns, guitars and amplifiers and books. Anyo~ havin~ items they wish to donate can leave their name and telephone number at The Journal :rod ,:~ey will be contacted by someone from the ISS errl Denise Kay Herrick, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Herrick, Meet June I The Shelton Chamber of Commerce annual meeting is scheduled for June 10 at 7 p.m. at Lake Limerick Club House. Simpson Timber Co. will be in charge of the program. The annual election of trustees will also be held at the meeting. The nominating committee OnaJee Hayes organizatiori, has recommended Jerry Swartos, D. . n . The Inn Quest is designed as a les In vremerlon place where young people in the Norm Eveleth and Harry James ....... community in the junior and for two-year terms as trustees. uname Hayes a long-nme . . There will be opportunity for . '. . semor high school ages can go Shelton resldenl, dted Tue~da~ m " additional nominations from the ~kL~ HalrrksorL ~ Ho~t4J i~,~d~i~al ~,, ~. ,~,a~,~,,?~. ~ floor the night of the meeting. Bremerton at the age of 53 years. --IIII/:JJ:wt~lHn She was born July 4, lq17 in " ""1" Osceola, Mo. She is survived by her husband, Earl W. Hayes, of Shelton; two daughters, Mrs. Lois L. Maesner, Belfair, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Robertson, Shelton; a brother, T. J. Waggenor, Chenny, Kan.; a sister, Mrs. Laura Stutzman of Kansas City, Mo. ; and seven grandchildren. A service, to be followed by cremation, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in Batstone Funeral Home. The Rev. ttorace Mounts will officiate and interment will be in the Urn Garden of Shelton Memorial Park. HERE'S PROOF of Sears Low Tire Prices!... L0ng-wearing Tires Belted with FIBER GLASS Too Late to Classify 8'x45' MOBILE home. See at the Pines. Furnished. Electric baseboard heat. 426-2614 or 426-2470. $5/13tfn by V1VIEN OLSON L1LLIWAUP - At the Lilliwaup Community Club card party on May 21, Maxine Visser and Maybelle Willson were first prize winners. Besse Stolen and Rolland Willson won second place, and Lucille Edwards and Matt Kaare won the three hundred pinochle prize. Hostesses for the evening were Bessie Stolen and Faye Williams. Door prize went to George Moake. The next meeting will be on June 4, at which time there will be no business meeting, but there will be the monthly Potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. followed by pinochle at 8 p.m. Creed Presented To Several Places The city of-Shelton, which was presented with a framed copy of the American Creed by the local Veterans of World War 1, recently was one of a number of government agencies and schools which have received copies. The creed has been presented to all schools in the county by the WWl Barracks here. It has also been presented to President Richard Nixon, both houses of the Legislature, to Gov. Daniel J. Evans and the mayors of several of the larger cities in the state. These presentations were made by Albert Fox, national Americanism chairman of the WWI veterans. ONE 275 gallon oil tank, $12.00. One 300 gal. oil tank $15.00. 30 5-unit storage bins $1.50 each. 426-6707. $5/27 GARAGE SALE Saturday May 29 hours 10 a.m. -- 5 p.m. Diving tanks, honda, washer, toys and clothing. 1431 E. Ellinor. C5/27 TWO BEDROOM, in town. Lovely yard, house A-l, ideal newlywed or retired, $14,500.00. Angle Agency, 426-8272. 5/27 FOR RENT one bedroom cottaqe. Phone 426-8271. D5/27-6/3 JUNIOR LIFE saving class starting June 7. For information and to register phone 426-3210 or 426-8223 evenings. Mc5/27-6/3 WELCOME 13 - 19 AT 120 COTA * POOL * SNACKS * GAMES * CANDY * MUSIC * SOFT DRINKS PA R E NTS ALWAYS WELCOME Open Mon. - Thurs.: 12 to 9:30 p.m. Friday: 12 to 11 p.m. Saturday: 10 to 11 p.m. Sunday: 10 to 7 p.m. RON SANFORD, left, manager of the Mason County Federal Credit Union presents the credit union scholarship to Denise Herrick, center, while H. Wallace Ewart, chairman of thecredit union's education committee and scholarship selection committee looks on. C oJars up Shelton, was announced this week as the winner of the first Mason County Federal Credit Union scholarship. Selected as alternates were Peggy Davis of North Mason High School and Nancy Evers of Ancil Samuel Ogg Dies In Ilwaco Ancil Samuel Ogg, 37, died Friday in Ilwaco, Wa. He was born in Shelton Oct. 11, 1933 and had been a lifetime resident except for the past six months. He was a journeyman lineman and was employed by Pacific County PUD No. 2. He was a member of Shelton Moose Lodge; a life member of the American Riflemen's Association and of the VFW Post No. 1694 of which he was a past commander; he belonged to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, AFL CIO, and to the Shelton Timber Runners Jeep Club. He was an army veteran and had served in Korea. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Marguerite Ogg, Shelton; two sons, Wade S. and Darin P. of the home; two daughters, Miss Doreen E. and Miss Valerie A. of the home; a brother, Carl, of Ellensburg; two sisters, Mrs. Bernadine Duffey and Mrs. Jane Brown, both of Shelton; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ogg, Shelton; and his grandmother, Mrs. Arnold (Joan) McMillen, Bellingham. The Rev. Horace Mounts officiated at a service held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Donations to the cancer fund were requested in lieu of flowers. Shelton High School. Miss Herrick was born in Shelton and has spent all of her life here. She plans to enter the University of Puget Sound this fall to prepare for a career in elementary education. She has maintained a near-perfect grade point average and has been active in a number of school and community organizations. Some of her activities include AFS Club, Z Club, Honor Society, United Methodist Youth, candystriping, Community Concert Association and the Youth Association for Retarded Children. "We at the Mason County Federal Credit Union ,re pleased to make this award, and after considering many highly qualified applicants, regret it was not possible to make several awards" Andy Tuson, president of the Credit Union Board of Directors commented. Junior There were 450 entrants, in~ addition to the seventh grade band from Shelton Junior High School, that made up the Forest Festival Junior Paul Bunyan Parade Saturday morning. The junior parade was handled by the Shelton Jayettes on behalf of the Forest Festival Association. They were assisted by members of the Cadet Girl Winners in the Forest Festival Window Decoration Contest were announced by the Zonta Club, which handles the contest for the Forest Festival Association. The U. S. Forest Service was awarded the sweepstakes prize, with the Department of Natural Resources in second place. Other winners were: Schools: Science Club, first, and Latin Club, second Junior Art: Janeen Deyette, first. Senior Art: Velma Graves, first; Juanita Tabor, second, and Ada Griggs, third. Junior Clubs: Den 2, Cub Pack 155, first, and Den 1, Cub Pack 155, second. Senior Clubs: Shelton Rock and Mineral Society, first. Antiques: Dot Hilderman, first, and Kay Gott, second. Granges: Skokomish, first, Matlock, second. Senior Hobbies: Naomi Stewart's Tole Painting Class, first, and LaVerne Hansen's ceramics, second. Pot Art: Irvin McArthur, first. Special: Alcoholism Information, first, and Multi-Service Center, second. Agent Named Appointment of Mrs. Eleanor May Reason as manager of the State Liquor Agency at Hoodsporl was announced today by the State Liquor Control Board. Mrs Reason succeeds her late husband, Clyde R. Reason who died earlier this month. ara 'l inn Scout Troop No. 323. First, second and third prizes were awarded in each of the 12 categories. First place trophies were donated by Certified Mfg. Co., Kiwanis, Moose Lodge, ITT-Rayonier Inc., Simpson Timber Co., Shelton Chamber of Commerce. The winners were: Indians: First, Morgan Hobart, Dottle Needham, Lyle and Kim Bassett and Drene Jensen; second, Traci Johnson; third, Chelle Putvin. Bikes and trikes: First, Head Start Students; second, Gary Glandon, third, Mountain View Big Wheels. Fantasy: First, Shelley and Adrianne Lisoskie; second, The Bugaloos (Stricklands, Nutt, Brown and Gibson); third, Gretchen Kneeland and Bridgette Kneeland. Pioneers: First, Michele Matson; second, Patrick and Carmen Stark, David Elledge and Lori Elledge; third, Sheryl Goldsby. Logger: First, David Webber; WHAT JET USERS SAY; Lost 32 Ibs. in 12 weeks, and has since lost a total of 64 1/'2 ers second, A~r~ Amy and Pets: First, Jimmy White; Brewer; third, third, Joyce Floats: Susan second, Becky Peter, Jann Animal C( Mathew and Danny Dahman; Jeff Russell. Clown: First,' Norris; second, third, Scott Sportsman: Margo Lindbe Goldsby. KW G: Laney, Bill, Bryant; Lynn and Deanna Webber. Groups: Robinettes; Starliters; Dancing DRAMATIC NEW LOSE WEIGHT GOING HUNGRY NOTHING ON TI KET IS MORE EFt FOR WEIGHT JET. JET 350 count Approx. 20 a JET Makes 22 Jet 22 oz. gives no drag, no if anything, Last 6 I1~. I1~. "My Doctor and I are delighted with my results."... Lost 29 I/2 Ibs. "...this is a wonderful diet with desirable results and no hunger or o, craved swee fatigue.".., tension".. ONE WEEK'S TRIAL WILL AMAZE THE HIGHEST duty is to respect authority. Leo XIII EVERGREEN Be Ready For the Memorial Day Holiday Most Jn AT CAPITAL SAVINGS C78-13 TUBELESS BLACKWALL $ Rugged . . . Built with two brawny fil0 belts under the tread stripe white-walls for GUARANTEED TO WEAR 30 MONTHS All New Guardsman 2+2 Dynaglass Tire C78-13 TUBELESS F ....... J o the BLACKWALL *E-U-VERY ..... If you drive up t ,, speed limit frequently t the mileage of unbelted 4 |CHARGE I and want up to twice "11 / I NEW HOURS! 8:30 tO 5:30 Monday YOU! ,--.,,, . through Thursday. Fridays until 6 P.m. ~ /INCLUDE$ I tires - THIS IS FOR " ~(JapitalSavillgs , 0u....,,,0 USE YOUR TO WEAR MOUNTING fi L=-_-_-_-_.--.__ .. _..J CRI:DIT PLAN Wideguard 2+2 Dy, ii ~[ $HELTON ~;ITON nd Railroad - 4"/6.112~:NCOUV,I Sear es Sears hasa cred,t plan tosuit , Ot*M.,A *,.AZELOm .O.UCK *.t, CO. " ,llCve--reen -uare * 24-Hr. Phone 426-8201 * lean a o-- --o MONTESANO HomeOffice TUMWATER Page 2 Shelton-Mason Co Journal Thursday, May 27, 1971