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June 3, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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352-0595 LEFT TO RIGHT, DORIS Whitmarsh, Jim Bernethy, and Andrea Ramsauer of the Timberland Regional Library bookmobile staff are ready to greet youngsters who want to sign up for Skookum Reading Club at bookmobile stops in Mason County. rner Reading Culture is (Chinook ;.the name, of the Library this year. ld may what Regional Library in the district. The reading fun begins the day school is out and children may sign up until Aug. 14. Mrs. Doris Whitmarsh of the Timberland bookmobile staff, said that children will receive a certificate after they've read ten ram reading record to write down the books he has read. Children may read any type of book to qualify for a reading certificate, but for those interested in books on Northwest Indians, special bibliographies have been prepared for both meet the bookmobile Stops in . the North to sign may land books, but there is really no limit to how many they may read. The more books read, the more fun. Each youngster who signs up for the club will receive a Skookum button, a Skookum bookmark, and a Skookum r Gray of Betty 'aating food to be held several of their children will be~on hand to greet tyeir friends, both young and old. adults and children. Throughout the summer, there'll be activities and exhibits to tie in with the theme of Northwest Indians. Traveling exhibits and speakers featuring Northwest Indian culture are scheduled for many Timberland libraries, and everyone in Mason County is welcome to attend. Dates and places for special events will be announced later in the summer. The bookmarks, buttons and reading records which will be given to the children all have a Northwest Indian theme, and are authentic designs created by Signs announcing the event Betty Champlin, Timberland staff ~d from 7 are on display throughout the artist. te Holidayarea and a good attendance is For information about Charlotte expected. There is still time to bookmobile stops in Mason for the donate food, for those who wish County, a summer schedule may "Many to do so, by calling Mrs. Celestine, be obtained from the Olympia well as 877-5860 or Rachel Endicott,Library at 7th and Franklin, or on 'r and 877-5356. the bookmobile. anal State Physical Education Supervisor Howard Schwab, spoke recently to parents and friends of Hood Canal School at a recent meeting in the Union Fire Hall. The evening which began with demonstrations in ball control, rhythmic movements and gymnastics by Hood Canal second, third, and fifth graders was sponsored by the Mothers for the P.E. Levy. Hood Canal voters will consider a special levy to maintain the present physical education program at the polls June 8. Schwab said that many voters in the state have designated extra funds for modern instruction in physical education. Such expanded programs exist in Olympia, Tumwater, and North Thurston, as well as Hood Canal. The model for many of these new programs was developed by Evergreen Meet Topic Evergreen brush, used for floral decorations throughout the country, is one of the Northwest's many "hidden" multi-million dolIar agricultural businesses, say the experts. tloping to remove some of the lack of knowledge and improve both quality and quantity of the brush business, two educational institutions are joining forces for a one-day short course at Olympic College June 10. Dino Sivo, Kitsap County Cooperative Extension Agent, says the evergreen brush industry annually contributes several million dollars to the Northwest economy with additional monies earned by packers in the many brush sheds throughout the area. In 1969, Sivo says, the pickers of salal, huckleberry and fern earned more than 1.6-million. Besides Sivo and others from co-sponsoring Washington State University, speakers at the short course will include Forest Service and Natural Resources department personnel and representatives of companies that process and ship the brush. Another participant, Everett Wolford, from the USDA laboratories at the Western Washington Research and Extension Center in Puyallup, will discuss the processing possibilities of the evergreen huckleberry and will have some experimental huckleberry ice cream for participants to taste. Olympic College in Bremerton, the other co-sponsor of the session, will be accepting registrations for the short course~ until June 7. Classes will be held at Olympic's Campus Theatre. County Extension offices throughout the Puget Sound area have further details, Sivo said. IT IS the customary fate of new truths to begin as heresies and to end as superstitions. Thomas Henry Huxley Clean si ed nyl0n _ dewall design, radial darts on shoulder Triple-temper cord construction Buy now at these low prices Tempests Size 6.50 x 13 tubeless plus $1.76 Fed. Ex. Tax and old tire. Size 7.75 x 15, 7.75 x 14 or 8.25 x 14 tubeless, plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed. Ex. ~ax and old tire. S ze 8.55 x 14 or 8.55 x 15 tubeless, plus $2.50 to $2.54 Fed. Ex. Tax end old tire. THE ONLY MAKER OF potYGLAS TIRES CREDIT ~NORED AT GOODYEAR S~ERVICE STORES AND MOST GOODYEAR DEALERS. USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM Because of an expected heavy demand for Goodyear t res we may run out of some sizes during th s offer, but we will be happy to Order your size tire at the advertised price and issue you a rain check for future deliv- ery of the merchandise. * TUNE-UP ALIGNING TRUCK TIRE 5th end East Main 19th and Pacific Ave. Front and Grove 628 Burwell SERVICE Tacoma Shelton Bremerton Puyallup Ketchlkan, Alaska Serving Northwest Motorists/or 51 Years pecial June Dr. Victor Dauer of Washington State University. After observing P. E. classes throughout North America and Europe, he set up a test program in one Pullman school. The improvement in the fitness of Pullman children was as dramatic as the current expansion of P. E. programs in Washington State. There are presently 205 elementary physical education teachers in the state. Schwab showed a film about the Pullman project depicting the methods and equipment now in wide use. He had high praise for the adaptations and use of the plan at Hood Canal School. The medical advisability of a good physical education program was expressed in a letter to the group from Dr. John Deshaye of the Mason-Thurston Health Department. Dr. Molinero concurred in his opinion, stressing the benefits of such a program for older girls and young women. .4 BATH TOWE LS Assorted terry and velour bath towels in solid colors, prints and jacquards, great around pool, or camping, values to 3.99 if perfect LOUNGER PILLOWS Big 17" x 23" multi- purpose leisure-lounger pillows, Scotchgard protected floral prints in 6 patterns, acrylic fiber filled, 1.99 value AREA RUGS 27" x 44" decorator area rugs of blended polyester, nylon & rayon, latex backed, 3 styles in 8 colors, value 3.99 INFANTS PLAYWEAR Easy care cotton sunsuits, bubbles, shortalls and 2 pc. sets in choice of stripes, checks & embroidery trims, sizes 6 to 24 mos, reg. 3.99 PAIR MENS CREW SOCKS Special value! 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PLASTIC HOUSEWARES Colorful, easy~to-clean, choice of 10 qt. pail or dishpan, cutlery tray, 9 qt. waste basket, 4Y~ qt. basin, 14 qt. utility tub, values 59~ to 79~ AQUA NET HAIR SPRAY 13 oz. can, reg-super hold-unscented, World's #1 selling hair spray, reg. 66d ) FOR ) IDEAL TOY CARTER'S AIR MATTRESS MARKS-A-LOT Quality vinyl 72" x 27" Felt-tip permanent; dries inflatable mattress, all instantly, for marking purpose for floating or packages, signs, lounging, bright "daisy" clothing- anything! design in choice of colors, Reg. 59d reg. 1.29 I ,\ MAGNETIC PHOTO ALBUM Vinyl, cloth and satin covers, 10 magic magnetic pages require no paste or corners to be used, 2.99 value L',L 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES EVERGREEN SQUARE WEEK DAYS AND SATURDAY 9:30 to 5i30 \ \ \ \, I I Thursday, June 3, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13 / 1'