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June 10, 1971

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Ruth Starts i Here Last Week Ruth baseball ot The 25th annual Simpson who was awarded one of the first the ,~.~Shelt0n 1oo, ~g .. its Miller-Bearden. (~ (~t We restrl~It lea,u. ~ ~. unce O . K . R o o f e r s 1 0, Timber Company Mark E. Reed Mark E. Reed Scholarships in - ut ~- ~ ~ ads five teams ab0 t t~Ys ttom a dinner will be held in Lacey, at 7 annual scholarship banquet that .,ks a~!~l. ges 13 to 15L u m b e r rn e n ' s 4. W B : Scholarship awards presentation 1947, will be guest speaker at the Knight-Settle. LB Wood-Allen. go t0~I Re Thursday night: O.K. P~oofersp.m. June 14. evening in Lacey. Fr. Connolly ,hel~id~,N~er .manages Pu et 12, Jim Pauley Ford 5. WB: Students from Oregon and now is a director of the Pacific t~ ia iJ~, ~u0rtal Ban'- --g, t)oys~,I!tst.,, . % wmcn Carlson-Marshall. LB-Vercher,Washington will meet at Northwest Indian Center in nts.~ ih- rtood Canal boys. ~lo~a#ll~,~' nlanaged bv en Ogg, Teberg, Hottorf-Bariekman. Simpson's Shelton office early Spokane and a Gonzaga ,~ ~LI2~uert K~" - -~ Lumbermen's 14, McCleary 7. that day for a tour of the Shelton University scholar of Indian wn*'~en's ,. y~r manages WB-Hawley-Allen. LB-Sizmore, Cooperative Sustained Yield culture. do ~ -' -" ~lra Pauley Ford's operations. ~YngU~a~ahm Vercher. Kenny Estes, Whipple-Rakevich. The award students will visit j~ geSOK Roofe Camp Govey where George far a~iay ,L'_" rs. BABE RUTH STANDINGS ; ar~ll~ley ms*.me summaries: W L Adams, Shelton, logging planning Completes Course 0~ ,ur(l 9 supervisor, and Forrest Hamilton, one 0~ battery. ,,.'.. PSNB 5. O.K. Roofers 2 0 wb'11 Lose ' wnbur-Bariek_ Lumbermen's 1 1 1 camp superintendent, will fill the Army PFC David J. Van la010~- rs Bourgault, Jim Pauley Ford 1 1 "instructors' rolls' in explaining House, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. t'we~t! P.SoN.B. 0 1 operations. Norm Eveleth, John E. Van House, Vancouver, ;S S~w ~!, ~,~0~. t McCleary 0 1 personnel representative-timberl- recently completedradio teletype operatoran 1 1-weekcourse at re g0i~ Illlllllllllll ands at Shelton and a professional the U. S. Army Southeastern ritti atuit,~|~ IIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIII|III II~l forester, will discuss seed testing, Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga. ~ttttlsuit~k=: ~ N~W~ fertilization, genetics and The private's wife, Patricia, ,s~, Film Showing protection of trees from insect lives in Shelton. for t~'~lh~.., "Flip Side", a color film on and animal damage at Simpson's t~~e~e~~lIP's the problems which face today s forest research plot. s,Cl~YaKeith 187. youth, will be shown at the After a picnic lunch at the L s #l!I.' " e Hanson Shetton Assembly Of God Church forest site, the scholars will stop Board To Meet ,'ling ".~I~ I'll Ga at6 p.m. June 13. to look over fertilization plots rati01aW~ me: Robbi Dale and then return to Shelton to Intermediate School District tour Sawmill Four where Jerry113 Board of Education wilt hold OLIVER CHAPMAN, LEFT, and Fred Nelson, play their guitars while their I~ I% Series: Rubble Dale Johnson, personnel representative its regular meeting in the Morton ~: Lilliwa)~ ~.),, , Coo ar Club will serve as guide, ttigh School, tonight starting at8 ~jye22hognTgt ic~?m~taTefvTn?nnPioneer School listen during the school's . Bo :- g Rev. Thomas Connolly, S.J., p.m. P u u" I~[I~.646, 7:,tubers 8667,The Kitsap County Cougar I~#1~149, ~cJ~w~6!4, Ball Club will hold a dinner meeting at ~~!d[:iiii i Lindc, Mounts Vv'riI,.: out L,f In Germ Y ~I'h ry r, ,1 Bali " g " " ~ The Shelton Rotary Club several towns with their market ,,Fences were made for those who the European Center one. evening, t( n , wn for ivory. My in the Odenwald for its fine eld tt~dt~oa~el-l~french 358;3 Other WSU officials will attend recently received a letter from places, churches, and historical can't fly." , . W2 n t ke iat a v e'L thde ber?ua3 7h(2t?~CXPela;~l~iS~g;t halflhTeb~lr;deR;othaU~siting other ~en c o7~,,. ~uson 492. the meeting also. Linda Mounts, daughter of Rev. sites. Bamberg was particularly We spent one amy m cast t, ~ . ~ ~ ', for row in " ' i " learnin more about It'Swn'II:'lu and Mrs. Horace Mounts, who is interesting with its old Rathaus, Berlin. The first thing one sees on sidewalks. W,~ ~top.ped. to hs~en Erbac~ is.- --l-g-, ~!-Jry. Ahtually, ~t..les ~and ~t the sagme time lam ~ooki~g~a~ne:uit.. ,. x han e student in lar eDom and the Residence ' ern side is the many (with childlike tascmanon~ to ~ a~ente~o~actortesana ua,m~t.... . ' .. an e c ,~ g . , --~ g+~_ , . , ','- .. ~ .the East ....., ............ j .... lavin~, his large hand organ. ~ndlvidual work shops where absorbing mformatmn a~out,!~,s "q tlae ~I',~eries "~,"~ Nman 205 "".i., cla's l'li" ~)-ave Stle 493 !~~i?ynaln#trdte~t ~!i!!~iii ~~i~i! ~i211nl~i:il ~i~i ~!i~~~hli;~~iii~!O~'iii i~5~!'~!!t tlaa ",~ tt u ay tl~~" iS'erie ~l)l~lllk.~Ik~l /~.~ ~e on v I,. s: Cheryl Nolan i / r- _ __:_ I 0,, IP}; Lit, ap 7- A S K p e c i u ,h 'i011i,^ 61t+ . 055 3 A drive along Bergstrasse is a Berlin because we were not Liberty an S " y. ' ........... ~.~;~..., ................ ~9 ~,eeiers Vote beauHful way to usher in allowed to leave the h~ghway. Well-known ]s the Island of pertormanc " "" " It " " springtime. Or better yet, a walkOur three-day stay in Berlin Museums (the Spree divides 'and Entfukrung Aus Dem be~l. .... ,_ .......... le pr c. di 2s. 6437, Ball ongeS't~i'~P'e~f~t0av Jito~ Hays 471 (Continued from Page 1) under the full-blossomed fruit included many activities. Among joins again creating an island). On was very enjoyable..n~ ,~ / trees. When one is on the road these was seeing the sights -this island'are many museums of evening was the highlight oi me ts s.7#lrh 364.- le 493. Z;~o; the end of the present schoolwhich hes along the hills from Congress Halle, for meetings other art and history Due to lack of stay for me - to sit in the iu " on'l visited the ......... Philharmonic Hall and to hear ...... the yearother see several castles. But in the first Pused in 1939; Rathaus Pergamon Museum. The Altar ot~er~ln /n,lnarm?n_~c orchestra: --. -- -- --, __I ,i ~tUs~i~;~2~g~i'I~St~-g-Ts'Dave'tl~l'~(~ naher"~fs Louis teachers hired included Darmstadt to Headelberg, one can than olitical; Olympic Stad m, time we y . Most days you ean t in ~d~,~ilhlll~ .ats, Kerry Michael Brandt, junior high math; springtime the attraction is the Schoneberg, where freedom bells Pergamon wasimpr;~sile.tWoe21t~o Z2;Lct~n;r~v hTar~t;ie~e~'~;~m tinO a pettervatue man n by.t.~'~[~]a41;gcrewarm.N, Cherie Judy Jansen, junior high girls ~tti~t~iti% wualls, Cheryl physical education and girls track; wide variety of blossomSLc21nO;fUlpeSC2;1emaking tmhjsCuha~l(~tnebhrt g~;hlm7 s72Yof-gift from Americans- ring; and saw the M elmo a HaY_dn'?a!vmcc~_'an.,~,~,, m~a-nn" ,,,, ~w-?t0'l_%. .... Anne Pasero, high school Spanish, Ehve ;;; n t;YeSiadt 72eka 7e w ;2~naSc! ~2!] D 2@de anmS )2nti ~e x; e333ce i mine et i n; "jn~g,~;sg Penneys 1.75 towels. Y .,at~'d,~Seri~s: 1,!m nays 2n~ English and journalism; Michael promenade along Bergstrasse. now historical spots, we saw the other buff " g. " g " . .. " it air ,*"#l tti ~,Jtm Hays 5~" O'Conner, industrial arts at Since the last time 1 wrote, Gedenkstatte Plotzensee, a private car, we saw much moreexp~tatlon. ,. . . Ol11 " ")mille. ~'* , . S ~ Gaff F-" Garrett Heyns H~gh School; many things have taken place. In memorial for those people than what the tours allow the,-. uur_.travel~ng towards March 1 moved into my third executed under Hitler. The public to see. Ruins of the war uarmstaat .began oy a normern lml~l~ll ~"~'I'l llP,#mIgll l/f~l,l 1 41~II~ German family. Ihad anotherset Brandenburger Tor was somewhat still remain because it cost too route,..we stopp, ea,_~.n IIIIU m..q) ItUluo ' lvu ~,~u-,. of wonderful parents, one sister, interesting. I do not fully much money to tear them down uraunsc.nwelg to see tone c, nurcntn ==. _= -.,,, J~ . _ 'k ers The acce ted understand why all tours include or fix them up. We spent thev.omamc style wtm t,otmc style fill %llr HI IT ,[ and four bro!h .. .,Y ~ P ..... " .... +.~.,; ...... c ............. ;~m,,, f,;,+,,a~ of the added later The fortress and the i-Ill %.~llli lily Ih~l~ Ii it' me so warmly into meir iamlly. Pard wire, corlcletC uati, c.~, a.~ct,tuu., -.o.~,,.6 ...~,,~.o . .. Now I am in the fourth family control towers, and high walls as family. From these people I statue of a lion, honoring Henry, with three young boys We are all part of sight seeing We stood dam learned much about life in East the Lion, were also of interest. [~~ I ~ i ' o B rh Thus ended an intensive learning ~: -- ~ ~ ~ ~ getting alongfine provided observation deck t e "n. . t ~ "~,~~t~iV ~ " .t A week of traveling with one overlook the "wall.' One sees Night life in Berlin is like in exp.e..n.ence. . .. , [:. .. ~ " .'~/ . ,~ ~1 .; at the ' ' r a With the nice weamer, people ~_ " 1 of my families is one th 'wall' is actually fou most large cities, yet with .. " .... ~i. ~ ' ~.~ "] - unforgettable experience. We barriers. This scene reminded me personality of its own. W~ ;~he?;omwngs sn~batkCUrs~n;mat~l [.. ~ ~llt/ ) ~ .'J began the trip eastward, visiting of E. Hubbard's quotation, wandered about the streets nea [~- ~ ~ll~ . ;t ! : +., ,- ,+ ,, I ! t +,,,. +:+ i + + ++ + + ,:-- i IJ, I i' ie ). 1:1711! I N(3 eARAGE I ~r:.l ,,~--o00.~;;-.,.joo, * T,.,, S,d,,,~ i ,I~ : It. .... -mOp * Double Door I RECLINA-ROCKER i+ + lllll VIEW I I'-- , .... . __t_rtob/e fl Ine mosr torero + ), IIIMlrlON O. , .,, experience ' I WES DOSSER ~ "' you'll ever ! 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