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May 27, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 27, 1971

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BEST LOSERS receiving awards at the Mason County Tops Rally Day held at the fairgrounds on May 14 are, left to right in the back row, Louise Lechot, Della Hathaway, Cindy Hunt and Nancy Carey. In front are Dana Thompson, left, and Margie Simpson. Mason County Tops Clubs For Local Rally Day Mason County Tops Rally encouragement and moral Day was held in the fairgrounds support. hall on the evening of May 14 It's About Time Tops meets with area supervisor Florienein the Health Department Treische of Aberdeen presenting building on Monday nights; awards. Christmas Town Tops meet on The "Take Off Pounds Wednesday evenings in the Sensibly" groups convened to Multi-service Center; and the honor Mason County members Court house annex is the most successful in reducing Thursday night meeting place of weight, the Slimettes. Best loser in Mason County Another club is currently in was Margie Simpson of It's About the process of organization in Time Tops, who lost 43% pounds Hoodsport. in six months; Della Hathaway of Christmas Town Tops losing 421/~ pounds runner-up trophy as best loser of the year in her own club; others receiving awards were Louise Lechot, Cindy Hunt and Nancy Carey of Christmas Town Tops and Dana Thompson and teen-loser Lorri Moore of It's About Time Tops, whose members were awarded a plaque in recognition of the greatest weight loss per person. A total of 60 dieters represented four clubs which included a Matlock group organized after Rally Day plans were under way. The Slimettes were in charge of flowers, name tags and registration; Christmas Towners handled program and refreshments; decorations and banners were under the attention of It's About Time Tops. The committee, composed: of two members from each established club, was chairmaned by Leona Christenson with Dianne Campbell as co-chairman and Nancy Carey as treasurer. Others serving were Marian McMorris, Dana Thompson and Vita Holtorf. Mrs. Louis Wysong, pianist, provided the musical background for a style show presented by members under the direction of commentator Pat Norris. A feature was a "baggy garment" demonstration by one good loser in slacks and blouse, and another in a dress, the too-large clothing illustrating weight lost. Tops Club, Inc. is a national in four months, was and also received a Memorial Services Slated For Monday Memorial Services open to the public will be conducted in Shelton Memorial Park at 11 a.m. on Monday by the VFW Post No. 1694 and the American Legion. At the last regular meeting of the VFW auxiliary the charter was draped and memorial services held for departed sisters. On Sunday plants were delivered to all Gold Star Mothers in Mason County by members of the Post. Auxiliary president-elect Frances Magruder is a patient in Madigan Hospital. New Members Join Dazy Mays The Dazy Mays met on May 17 in the home of their leader Mrs. Able Haines. First were introduced four new members, Patty Pleines, Cathy Pleines, Penni Pleines, and Jenene Pleines; Mrs. Pleines will be a co-leader. Treats were made by Mrs. Haines and Cheri Moore called the meeting to order. Margie Morkert led in the pledge. Vicki Kimbel gave a non-profit organization based on demonstration on making yeast ""= = -- = = ---~-Y the principle of group therapy, rolls. We had a sewing quiz. EpsilonOmicron/nstalls I TopsClUb Meets Members exchange ideas andassistone another with June7.The next meeting will be on by Margie Morkert, reporter Members of It's About Time Epsilon ()micron Beta Sigma .o-has ess was Mrs. David ~ ~ Tops weighed in at the Health Phi officers installed following the Dunnington, and programs were Department at 7 p.m. Monday Car Wash Set May 17 meeting held in the home presented by Mrs. Arden after which all participated in a of Mrs. Larry Knudsen were Mrs. Merriman and Mrs. JoeLovato. game of work-up baseball at the A car wash sponsored as a Luncheon Slated NormaJa , ~~rs. To~~ ! fairgrounds, fund-raising project by the ninth Veterans of World~,.,YCar I ~ l~itl MeHltt~;vic hi~:'~rt~\s~l~referenl~l~~[~a i-Iaples,s horses hud~in " S y n t h e t i c w i g s w e re grade ~cla~:ofshelton ]unioi-Ht~h Madroha" Barracks No. ir46"2 and during which Pledge Rituals were held with Mesdames Brad Owen, Bob Walden, Gene Caldwell and Bill Walden participating. . Mike Ogden, recording secretary: Mrs. Joe Lovato, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Jerry Swartos, treasurer. A JULY 24 WEDDING in Fremont, Cal. is planned for Pamela Mikkelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bryant of San Jose, Cal., and Merle Hoosier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Campbell of Shelton. After a honeymoon, the newly-weds will reside in the Seattle area. \ qhe wicked winds of May, Hopeless ragged winter coats Too early thrown away. "Is he well-trained?" I asked my old cow-boy step-daddy as I gazed admiringly at the beautiful saddlebred gelding he held for me to mount. "Well," came the answer, "he's what the dudes call a show horse. Think you can ride him?" "Certainly," I replied, eager to demonstrate my own inimitable style at the walk, trot and canter. 1 swung into the saddle and the brute promptly puckered up and pitched me over his head and into the manure pile. "I thought you said he was a show horse," 1 complained bitterly. ''Well," smirked my supercilious step-parent, "he showed you, didn't he?" IS NOW OFFERING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE In healthy horses, groomed and clean, i find profound delight; Precautions constantly I take Against the louse and mite. I comb and curry, bathe and brush ; Insecticide I spray; Feet are trimmed, and always cleaned Before I ride each day. These cautious measures are applied To me, myself, of course Lest I should inadvertantly Contaminate a horse. 50 MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS (Except Memorial Day) Will Feature The Special Price Of ....... For Haircut, Shampoo and Set (long hair extra) Operated by Ran Keen and Bob Galster 114 South 4th 426-1712 demonstrated at the May 17 School will be held at Merv's Tire meeting. Cap on June 5, starting at 1 p.m. Girl Scout Le, Complete Plans Girl Scout leaders of Service Unit 28 met on May 14 to hear reports on the annual Council meeting, and to complete plans for spring Service Unit activities. At the annual Council meeting officers and new board members were elected for the following three years. Officers elected were Mrs. William Johnston, Tacoma, President; Mrs. S. W. Vander Wegen, Shelton, First Vice-President; Mrs. David Martin, Kalama, Second Vice-President; Mrs. E. R. Cox, Tacoma, Third Vice-President; Mrs. Warren Gardner, Tumwater, Fourth Vice-President; Mrs. Raymond Mitzner, Tacoma, Secretary; and James P. Behlke, Olympia Treasurer. Board members at large elected for a three year term included Mrs. Louis Tylczak of Shelton. Leslie Vander Wegen, Shelton Senior Scout, was elected to a one year term on the Board along with Senior Scouts Connie Miller of Longview and Cora Saueressig of Tacoma. The ballot on Action '70' projects determined that the major field of work was to be in the area of poverty. Plans for Spring Fly-Up ceremonies were completed, and the events were held at Mt. View School on Monday, at Bordeaux on Tuesday and at Evergreen on Wednesday. At these ceremonies, Brownies bridged into Junior Troops and Juniors into the Cadette Troop. Parents were invited. First graders who are interested in becoming Brownies were invited to attend and to join Brownie Troops. The Stone Soup party, originally scheduled for May ,15, was postponed until June 5. It will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Callanan Park. ServiceMaster of M.0n co. ON ALL DURING THE MONTH OF MAY PROFESSIONAL CARPET CLEANING the Service, lAsr R way CARPETS RUGS WALLS FLOORS FURNITURE HOUSEWIDE CLEANING 426-1 1 21 INT[B~ATIONALLY KNOWNLOCALLY OWNtD & OPERAIfO ,, ONE I11~I~ OR ON A R[GIJI.ARLY SCHEOULFD BASIS i ; At[ WORK SUPERVIS[O BY GRADUAI[S OF SERVlCtI~IASIER ACAO[MY OF S[RVIC[ the one t call for a househola spot--or a spotless house At FURNISH auxiliary will convenO"in the Memorial Hall on June 3 for a noon potluck and meeting. Entertainment is planned. Each person should provide his own table service. Grange To Meet Fair Harbor Grange will entertain the Skokomish Grange in a Friendship meeting in the Grapeview Fire Hall at 8 p.m. next Thursday. The visiting Skokomish Grange will present the program. Garage Sale Set A garage sale sponsored by the United Foursquare Women will begin at 9 a.m. Friday at 534 Arcadia Ave. Furniture and TV sets will be available as well as children's clothing and miscellaneous items. ..oo. Elementary i Sohools and I Shelton Senior I Hlgtl Sohool MONDAY--No school. TUESDAY--hot dog on buttered bun, potato chips, seasoned green beans, coconut cake and milk. WEDNESDAY--chili con came, peanut butter sandwich, Idttuce with 1000 Island dressing, chocolate pudding, milk. THURSDAY--hamburger on buttered bun, pickle slices, macaroni salad, fruit and milk. FRIDAY--pork patty, parsley buttered potatoes, cole slaw, sandwich, cherry crisp and milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from ?s Rexall 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426.4642 Page 8- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 27, 1971 m SAVE for them..' or for sudden surf GET HELP AT SIMPSON FEDERAL CREDIT 5th and Phone Membership Retired Simpson Employees /! Ken Fredson,