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May 27, 1971

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of school June 4. Will not be .be excused Week. tion will he n will the Shelton Will be held an Gym. COlors are Will appear cap and a ss theme is are Gail Mann and Larry :Y Will begin graduation OVer at the providing be games Which the part a.ln: to come r Will leave Anyone not be !he arriving will not be anyone A meeting were Janelle Omore, Waiters, OCean to rs have meeting SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS at Bordeaux School made miniature floats as an art project recently. In the judging, Annette Geist was named grand sweepstakes winner and first place in Leland Rhodes room. Other winners included Tammie Wilson, Margie Morkert and Laurie Rasmussen first in Mrs. Dorothy Ridout's room; Kim Jos in and Donna Zangl first in Byron Deffinbaugh's room and Tim McMillin and Kenny Aitken, second place in Mrs. Ridout's room. Rhodes is the art teacher for all three rooms. or enlors There will be no school May 31 in celebration of Memorial Day. Classes will resume at the usual time on Tuesday. The German Club is holding its annual picnic tonight aftel school at Mrs. Sheila Roger's, club advisor, home on tile bay. Jeff Okano, junior, was elected as next year's German Skokomish by MARY VALLEY SKOKOMISH - The regular meeting of Skokomish grange will be held this Friday evening starting with a pot luck dinner at 6:30 p.m. The Sunday morning service of Skokomish Community Church was well attended to welcome Rev. Bob Brackett and family of Port Townsend and his mother Mrs. Naylor 0.f Longview. A birthday party to honor Alf Ribbans on his 80th birthday was held at the Max Latzel home recently. Those present were his two daughters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Scafe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and family of Victoria, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tozier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Moorehead of Shelton. Callers at the Arthur Johnson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Avene Richert, Mrs. Clifford Gendereau of Island Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jones of Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter drove to Seattle Sunday to see their new grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden are the proud grandparents of their June club president. Shelton will be joining the Inter-High Council of the Black Hills League which is presently being formed. The basic goal is to enlighten and unite students of the schools in the Black Hills League. Gail Hasbrouck was selected "Girl of Month" under the title of first grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Subic Bay in the Philippines and was named Robert, Jr. The Moores will be moving back to San Diego sometime in June. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson drove to Toppenish during the week where they visited their son, Stanley, and family and enjoyed the warm weather. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. service. Talent Show There will be a senior talent show tonight in the Junior High auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale by members of the choir at 50c per person. The Swing and Senior Choirs will also be performing. George Barkley Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith of Bremerton and Glenn Smith of Seattle and Bill Hunter, Jr. Archie Vaughn has improved from a pulled muscle in his leg and hopes to go back to work soon. Skokomish Grange won first prize in the window display. The credit goes to Mrs. Anita Dugger i and Mrs. Doris Sjokolm ......... ~,~ e Woman Home After Stay In Hospital by ANN WHEELER PIONEER - Mrs. Claude Irwin of Agate is now home after surgery in Mason General Hospital and sincerely thanks all her friends for their cards, letters, telephone calls and visits while in the hospital. Dave McCarthy of Timber Lake came home from the hospital Saturday and is doing real well. Ingrid Reck a former resident A DIVISION OF EVANS PRODUCTS COMPANY ,N PRIZE! -,. FINISH Let us show you how to save by building the May 30 1 to 5 p.m.r-o,,,, ~,~mes Way. we do all the heavy - '~"~'E"" ,_.. on your lot and furnish all ,n Stone home in Shelton ferec~ig r~a"terials'inside and out for the price quoted. QET TO TIlE OPEN HOUSE: We'll show you how you save even more by hand ing the easy finishing, touches your- self, or by sub-contracting: You h.also see leading from the fine quality labor and materials, plus Angeles Turn hundreds of new floor plan ideas. REFRESHMENTS! Bill MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY Illi TO CAPP-HOMES oPEN HOUSE 9155 S. W. Barbur Blvd. Portland, OregOn 97219 Please send me details on Capp-Homes. Name .............................. I Address .................... Town or RFD ..................... ....... Zip. State---------- ...... Phone ...... [~1 don't own a lot ! -] I own a lot but could get one. Rd., Turn left At the Watch for IES MAN IS: East 98445 of Picketing now living in Auburn was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tallman at Tallan Manor and Ann Wheeler at Phillips Lake this past week. It was such a pleasure to know that Frances Magruder of Phillips Lake was able to spend the weekend at her home at Phillips Lake after suffering a stroke some time ago. She has returned to Madigan General Hospital for more Therapy treatments. John Whetham from Agate is now at home after a stay in the hospital in Olympia. No work and lots of rest is the Doctor's orders for John for a while. Those orders are hard on anyone as ambitious as John. Toni and Carl Hawks of Phillips Lake enjoyed a weekend visit from their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Robert Namen and two Children from Seattle. As this news goes to press we learn Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Auseth of Agate suffered injuries Saturday evening when their car was involved in a collision. We wish to remind all members of Agate Grange No 275 that we meet at the Grange Hall Friday evening with Pot Luck at 6 egional Charles A. Connaughton, Regional Forester of the Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Region (Oregon and Washington), will retire this month after 43 years with the U. S. Department of Agriculture agency. In making the announcement, Forest Service Chief Edward P. Cliff pointed out that Connaughton has served with great distinction the past 20 years as a Regional Forester, first in the Southern Region (Southeastern United States), then in California, and finally in the Northwest. Rexford A. Resler, Connaughton's Deputy Regional Forester in Portland, will advance to the Regional Forester position. Connaughton was graduated from the University of Idaho School of Forestry in 1928 and has been employed by the Forest Service since then. His education was supplemented by graduate study at Yale University where he received a Master of Forestry degree in 1934. Describing him as "one of the great men of American forestry," Chief Cliff noted that the retiring Regional Forester was elected President of the American Forestry Association last March. Connaughton also is a past president of the Society of American Foresters. He served as a member of the SAF Council in 1 958-59, and took over the presidency of the organization for the 1960-61 term. In 1960, the Society honored him by electing him to the Fellow grade, defined as "... a forester who has been generally recognized throughout the profession as a person who has rendered outstanding service to professional forestry and to the Society." In April 1962, he received a U. S. Department of Agriculture Superior Service Honor Award in recognition of "... dynamic leadership in applied forestry and the forestry profession." Resler, the new Regional Forester, is a 1953 graduate of Oregon State University and earned a Master of Forestry p.m. Life insurance can be a much better buy.., when you have the facts. And the fact is, we can probably point out some ways to combine economy with the maximum benefit program you need to fully protect your wife and young- sters. Let us give you the facts. Rocky Hembroff 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 Fore: Rexford A. Resler degree there in 1954. He served with the Army Air Force during World War II and joined the Forest Service in 1950 as an aide on the Deschutes National Forest headquartered at Bend, Oregon. In the next decade and a half, he moved up to increasingly important positions, in the Siuslaw, Rogue River, Willamette, and Matheur National Forests. In 1956, he was appointed Forest Supervisor of the Malheur, and three years later was transferred to the Washington Office, where he served for more than a year in the Division of Recreation. In April 1969, he was named Assistant Director of Timber Fire Prevention Program To Visit The Smokey the Bear fire prevention program under the sponsorship of the Department of Natural Resources has been visiting schools in the city and county. The program has been to Hood Canal and Kamilche Schools and will be visiting the Shelton schools this week. arne Charles A. Connaughton Management in the Washington Office and served in that capacity until his appointment to the Northwest Region in July of 1970. GOODYEAR ALL WEATHER * For 6:50x13 Blackwall. ** Plus $1.76 Fed. Ex, Tx. per tire 1st & Railroad ST. MARTIN'S COLLEGE SUMMER SESSION 1971 FIRST 4-WEEK SESSION JU for further information call 491-4700 KEITH LARKIN Director of Summer Sessions sa n ; ma ; n's cortege Olympia, Washington 98501 JU ...-- f: O thru trois. There are no "generating" periods. There's no waiting. Gas heats your water faster at the start, and restores the sup- ply much faster as usage depletes the storage. This is one reason why it costs less. Nothing heats water like natural gas. It's the flame that counts. Let Cas. cade's All-Gas Rate save for you. Dependable. Trustworthy. Reliable. Consistent. Immediate. Constant. Con- tinuous. Those are just a few meaning- ful adjectives that properly describe natural gas-fired automatic hot water. Gas is a fuel ideally adapted to heating water because the quick-acting intense blue flame responds immediately to con- Your appliance dealer has a liberal conversion plan for you Distributors of Naturalgasatisfaction l,i f Thursday, May 27. 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17