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June 10, 1971

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Kenneth Martig attended the Baha'i Caribbean Conference held in Kingston, Jamaica, from May 21 through May 23. With more than 600 other Baha'is, Martig departed from Miami, Florida on May 17 for an eleven day cruise of the Caribbean Sea which included stops at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. The ship, the SS New Bahama Star which was chartered for the Conference, served enroute as a floating school with daily classes on various aspects of the Baha'i Faith and as their hotel during their stay in Kingston. Some 1,000 Baha'is from countries in and around the Caribbean area participated in the three-day conference which was held at the Sheraton-Kingston Hotel, hosted by the National Baha'i Assembly of Jamaica. On May 22, a special Baha'i night was presented at the National Arena in Kingston. The public was invited to see and hear a musical presentation on the Baha'i Faith entitled "Sounds of a New World." Entertainers included Dizzy Gillespie, trumpeter and singer; Hazel Scott, pianist and singer, Seals and Crofts, recording and television stars; Linda Marshall, film and television star, plus Southern Baha'i Singers and other Baha'i musical groups. The Caribbean Conference WSU Graduates Announced Washington State University Spring graduates include, from Shelton, James A. Aho, Ph.D. in Sociology; Daniel P. Barrom, B.S. in Chemical Engineering and B.S. in Computer Science; with High Honors, Shayne M. Barrom, B.A. in Education with Provisional Teaching Certificate; with Steinberg, B.A. in Business Administration; Cynthia L. Willard, Provisional Teaching Certificate. Robert W. Meyer, Jr. of Belfair was graduated with Honors, receiving a B.A. in Communications. was one of a series of Oceanic Conferences being held by the Baha'is under the direction of the world administrative body, The Universal House of Justice, during 1971. In January, Conferences were held in Monrovia, Liberia and in Singapore. One was held in Suva, Fiji (South Pacific Oceanic Conference) at the same time as the Caribbean Conference. In September Conferences will be held in Sapporo, Japan and Reykjavik, Iceland. VFW Tells Of "Old Glory" The VFW atlxiliary reminds the public that Monday is Flag Day, and presents a short story of Old Glory: I Am Old Glory I am Old Glory: For more than nine score years I have been the banner of hope and freedom for generation after generation of Americans. Born amid first flames of America's fight for freedom, I am the symbol of a country that has grown from a little group of thirteen colonies to a united nation of fifty* sovereign states. Planted firmly on the high pinnacle of American Faith my gently fluttering folds have proved an inspiration to untold millions. Men have followed me into battle with unwavering courage. They have looked upon treasure the priceless privileges bought with the blood of our forefathers; so long as the principles of truth, justice and charity for all remain deeply rooted in human hearts, I shall continue to be the enduring banner of the United States of America. Originally written by Marine Sergeant Percy Webb, it was first distributed at the Chicago World's Fair in a booklet entitled "Our Flag." Discussed at last Friday's meeting held at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Hall was the need for items to furnish Inn Quest. Anyone wishing to donate furniture, silverware, dishes, curtains, or other items are asked to contact an auxiliary member. % Distinction, John F. Bordman, me as a symbol of national unity. The auxiliary plans a booth B.S. in Physics; Cathy Luhm,B.S. Pagel Honored They have prayed that they and for the Mason County Fair, and in Computer Science; Stephen C. their fellow citizens might the Post and Auxiliary will hold a A JUNE 26 WEDDING is planned for SusaO Arthur E. Pagel of Shelton is continue to enjoy life, liberty and joint picnic in August. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. R~ among the University of pursuit of happiness, which have Larry Godwin has been Cushman and Ralph A. Saeger, son of Mr. Washington seniors and recent been granted to every American appointed as one year trustee by Saeger of Shelton. Both attended Sheltonfl Bible School ,.uat s elected to Phi Beta as the heritage of free men. So the Post, and Helen Shawver was Kappa, national liberal artslong as men love liberty moreinitiated into the auxiliary at the the groom-e act is amp oyed by Bu Scheduled scholastic honorary, than life itself; so long as they last meeting. . ~. Vacation Bible School will be held from June 21 through June 25 in the Seventh-day Adventist Church at 6th and Railroad. Children between the ages of five years and 13 years will meet from 9 a.m. to noon each day for songs, crafts, games and stories supporting the theme "God's World". Kindergarten will convene in TODAY'S Laurel Grand Royal Matron H. L. Edna Ludwig and Grand Royal Patron S. K. Joseph Scholar will pay their official visit to Laurel Court No. 26, Order of Amaranth on Wednesday in the Masonic Temple. The Court will also honor H. Court To which will be p.m. required. All practice t( Sunday in at Ca 14, 1971 RENT or BUY on e Easy Terms FSLIC Insurance 1 l~ Now ncreased ~t . To $20,000.00 mlly's Nusic |o ~111~ SHELTON -- First & Railroad. 426-8211 205 Cota 426-4302 ~;,l I II ~,,~ ......... :._~,o. o ....... ~...~o;,j Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 10, 1971 The entire family likes to camp and to fish. The family trailer sees a lot of use, and favorite camp sites are deep in the Olympics far from the traveled trails. Mrs. Van Osten works part time in the Economart, and also in the Bremerton store owned by her husband and father-in-law. She helps when needed in the Belfair Elementary School, going on field trips and assisting in special projects. For two years she Carmel Corn 1 C. light brown sugar C. light corn syrup 1 cube butter or margarine tsp. soda pinch cream of tartar dash salt Mix in pan sugar, syrup and butter; bring to boil and cook for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and add soda, salt and cream of tartar. Mix well and immediately pour over 4 qts. popped corn. Place in roasting pan and bake at 200 degrees for 45 minutes. Pour onto waxed paper and separate kernels. MR. AND MRS. R. J. LYNCH announce the engagement of their daughter Kathleen to George Duggins, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duggins. All are of Shelton. Miss Lynch is a 1968 graduate of Shelton High School. Her fiance is employed by the L. M. Jorgenson Steel Co. in Los Angeles, Cal. Her mother and her grandmother, Margaret Newell, will accompany the bride-to-be to attend her June 19 wedding in Las Vegas, Nev. The couple will reside in San DillS, Cal. She finds polyesters, however, impractical for children's clothing, as the material snags easily. Judy Van Osten also crochets; she loves to read and she thoroughly enjoys cooking. "I'm teaching the girls to cook," she states. "They take turns helping in the kitchen. All of us in there at one time makes too big a crowd.'" Consumer Affairs Virginia Knauer to suitable program." GSA is ideally equipped to serve as disseminator of the information to consumers. The agency operates 25 Federal Information Centers as part of the President's program to bridge the gulf that too often separates the people from the Government. The Information Centers are staffed by personnel who are prepared to answer or get an answer to any inquiry about the services and programs of the general Government. They are citizen-oriented places located in .heavy pedestrain traffic areas and, as Kunzig said, "They are ready-made for distributing information to consumers." The booklets for the Information Centers were selected on the basis of economic impact on the average consumer, usefulness, general interest, seasonal appeal and cost. Seventeen of the pamphlets are 20 cents or less. The booklets offer valuable guidelines on specific qualities to look for as well as money-saving tips. For example, the free booklet, "Seven Ways to Reduce & PIANOS LOWREY Money was voted to Inn Quest, to the Community Library Association and to the Volunteer Fire Department at the May 25 meeting of the Welcome Wagon Club held at 8 p.m. in the home of Charlotte Chambers. Now adjourning for the summer, the club will reconvene in the fall With a new format which will eXtend membership to husbands. Those interested in joining the group may contact Mrs. Richard Buchholz at 426-8329. headed by develop a Donates Money To Organizations Welcome Wagon publications. In announcing the availability of the booklets, GSA Administrator Robert L. Kunzig said, "President Nixon wants the consumer to receive the maximum benefit from any useful information the Government has available. We have worked closely with the President's Office of Transportation, 40 cents. Tires - Their Selection and Care, Commerce, 65 cents. Money Saving Main Dishes, Agriculture, 20 cents. Fibers and Fabrics | Members of ' Shelton Flight Inc. on Sunday flew their wives to a dinner on Lopez Island in the San Juans. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Vonhof; Mr. and Mrs. George Moore; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geist; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morius; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hart; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers; and Bob Yates. Flight, Inc. Flies To Lopez Island Heating, Office of Consumer Affairs, Free Spraying and other Controls for Pests, Interior, 35 cents Prenatal Care, Health, Education and Welfare, 20 cents. Roses for the Home, Agriculture, 15 cents. Selecting and Financing your Home, Agriculture, 15 cents. Selecting Shrubs for Shady Areas, Agriculture, 10 cents. Fix New Clothes to Make Them Last Longer, Agriculture, 15 cents. daughters - Jutie, six; Shari, treat for her children and their Services Administration's the seasons change. Coals, Commerce, 40 cents. eight; and Karen, ten. Three dogs friends and it is, according to Consumer Product Information Paterson, 33, recently came to Lets Cook Fish, Commerce, C] ass and a Siamese cat share their Judy, very easy tomake. Evelyn Ellison Coordinating Center has taken GSA from privateindustry, where 60cents. Play,,- acreage home, and a large since it was created last October he was an executive with the Mail Fruits in Family Meals, TO Graduate , ,~ aquarium fullof fish is the project TO Be Honored by President Nixon. Marketing Division of Agriculture, 20cents. C.B'ers To Meet The CoOrdinating Center is Metromedia. A graduate of Food for Older Folks, Graduation of a square .show sp0-~:'~ of the girls and their dad. Evelyn Ellison, Deputy responsible for encouraging the Harvard, and of Cornell Agriculture, 10 cents, dancing class will highlight the Riders w~l~ Judy is a great seamstress, and instructor, will be honored at the development of relevant and University s School of Law, he is Family Food Budgeting, Saturday night gathering of the at the "7~ makes clothing for herself and her The Christmas Town C.B ersmeeting of Welcome Chapter No. daughters. Salty Sashayers to be held in the Ella. "I love sewing on the new will hold a mini break from noon 40 OES to be held at 8 p.m. meaningful consumer product a member of the Washington, Agriculture, 15 cents. polyester materials," she says. until 7 p.m. on Saturday in the Saturday in the Masonic Temple. information as a by-product of D.C. Bar. Vegetables in Family Meals, fairgrounds hall. The Eagles ttall at the airport. Radio A special invitation is the Government's research, The completlist of consumer Agriculture, 20cents. Dancing will begin at 8:30McClearY 'They re wonderful - they can control wilt bean Channel 21.extended to past deputy development and procurement booklets at the Information How to Buy Lawn Seed, p.m., and will be preceded by an Memorial be machine-washed and All persons interested in instructors and to the officersof activities. It also is charged with Centers, with price and Agriculture, 10cents. 8p.m. business meeting. Friday a machine-dried and come out citizens band radio are invited to 1965 and 1966, and of 1970 andpromoting greater public originating agency: Seven Ways to Reduce Fuel The looking like brand new." attend. 1971. awareness of existing FederalBrakes - 1971 Passenger Cars,Consumption in Household Forest the church building, with Primary L. Margurete Brown, Grand and junior groups meeting in tents dan Danford, Society Editor Assistant Lecturer and H. L. in the churchyard. ' Georgia Hellman, Grand Alex There will be no charge for Representative to California. attendance. , ' Royal Matron Greva Tobey IS G[ and Royal Patron S. K. Harold knEt$ AvaU Brown will preside at the meeting, OA~le x~y~ JUDY VONOSTENmodelsasuitmadebyherselfasshe Mrs. Russell Are ou ]lnte res te! BOC) i , ii ' makes beautiful music for daughter Julie. y ' inFuel Consumpti n in Household Commerce, 65 cents, of the Shell r0 Be G trimming yourhomeheatingbill?Heating" includes suggestions on Planning Your Home Open House a demonstra~ vest In avoiding being misled by how to conserve heat. The Lighting, Agricutture, 20cents. pairKing:i~gB:' ~,~ ~ .... ,- .... ....... ~lan~r4~puli~ms advertising when publication grew out of the How to Use USDAGra~t~sila Shq. olc" And Seamstress .... ' ain freezgr: ats? .Federal GOvernment s concem for aying-- Food, Agriettlture, Is Planned : t.ebu'i O lyml~i~~' Business"arid' Could you use advice on th~ energy conservation. After taking cents. Ht,~kbi Professional Women's Club will be selection andcare of automobile steps to reduce energy Selecting Automobile Safety For Helin, recipient 0f~r~ And She Has awarded bY i~|ony:coted es the featured guest at the Monday tires? consumption in Federal buildings Restraints for Small Children, meeting of the Christian Women's This information, and much and encouraging industry to take Health Education and Welfare, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert HelinMaysTheaS alter~a#i!~ "1'11 never want to leave wrote the Ally " lumn for the Club to be held at 11:50 a.m. in more equally valuable to the similar steps, the Government cents, will be honored on their 25thGeneral hSPi,~ Washington!' vows Judy Von Journal. She finds time to play the Hallmark Inn. average consumer, is now wanted to advise homeowners How to Teach the Care and wedding anniversary at an Open has been .f'~' Osten. the organ, and she is a member of A special feature on available in low-cost booklets at how to avoid unnecessary energy Use of S e wing Machines, House to be held from 2 p.m. public to vi!~~ She was born and raised in the Allyn Birthday Club, photography will be presented by Federal Information Centers use and costs Agriculture, 40 cents, until 5 p.m. on June 20 in the House will t~/~ Denver, Colo. and there she met Both Judy and her husband Ziegler's Studio and the across the country. A FederalDavid F Paterson, Acting Beef and Veal in Family Matlock Grange Hall. will beanrlt~ and married her husband, Jim. bowl, belonging to teams in Skokomish Valley Youth Choir Information Center is located at Executive Director of the Meals, Agriculture, 20 cents. The party will be given byMore th~l~ They came to Allyn in 1960 andShelton and in Bremerton. They will sing. 1321 Second Avenue, Seattle Consumer Product Information Adhesives, Commerce, 40 Mrs. Max Nilsson, Seattle, sister displayed ~-i~ Jim Van Osten went into business were at one time active square To make reservations phone Washington 98101 (telephone Coordinating Center, says that all cents, of Herbert Helin, and by friends with his father, who owns anddancing members of a Bremerton4 2 6- 3 5 5 5, 4 2 6-6 5 2 6, or 206-583-0570). publications will be periodicallyBargain9 Freezer Meats, of the couple. It is requested that Art Show r~:~ operates a building and floorclub, and Judy enjoyed making 426-3683. A nursery for infants The stocking of 25 booklets updated and that booklets dealing Federal Trade Commission, 10 no gifts be presented, attending" covering business in Bremerton. fancy full-skirted dresses, and small children is available at at each Information Center is one with such topics as "How to Buy cents. The The Van Ostens have three Her Carmel Corn is a favorite 416 Cola. of the initial steps the General Lawn Seed" will be replaced as Fish and Shellfish Over the meet