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June 17, 1971

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NAMED AS BOY ATHLETES of the Year at Shelton Junior High School were Steve Settle, left, and Dan Morgan. Alexis Kuhr, right, was named as Girl of the Year. They were presented with their awards at the school awards assembly last week. Junior Inspirational, Steve Sparks; letters, Rick Bacon, Darrel Barnes, Len Crume, (~harlie Earl, Warren Earl, Jae LeGault, Bob Monger, Dan Morgan, Mell Ninnis, Randy Salisbury, Steve Settle, Rcggie Snellgrove, Steve Sparks, Roland Starr, Steve Watilo; Managers: Frank Brown, Dwight McKay. Seventh Grade Baskel b~ll, Caplain, Mike P. Smith; Inspirational, Randy Bostrom. (;iris A1 hleti, Association Letters: Jel]ie ('ross, Jennie Cross, Edith l)ensley, Selina Clayton, Connie Morrow, Penni Pleines,Patti Pleines, Sue Wiltman,DeeAnn Smith, Carol Boring, Robyn Ilansen, Mary Wittenberg, Barbie DoTty, Debie ~tken, Gall Fuller, ] anice Brown, Suzi l)ickinson, Liana Ford, Carol Joslin, Kristie Manke, Belinda Neil~en, Phyllis Johnson, Karen Kingery, Nick i Stoner, Sharee Franklin, l,aura Johnston. Most Points: Mary Wittenberg. Straight A Awards: Carol Barnett, April Kuhr, Melvin Morgan, l)ebbie Lynn Lisoskie, Connie Bennett, Roland Starr. Perfect Attendance Awards: Three year award: Sharon Johnson, John Teberg. Two year award: Anne Kamin, Richard Schmidt, Cheryl Sheppard, Kip White, Marly Settle, Jim Teberg, Glen Thomure, John Wilson, Dawn Rhodes. One Year Award: Rick Bacon, Gene Cochran, Kay (;eist, Barbara ltarvey, Kevin Hawkins, Julie Olli, Ann Quimby, Clifford Rick, Randy Salisbury, Larry Schuffenhauer, Steve Settle, Steve Simmons, Kim Slaty, (;enell Stockwell, Kathy Wittenberg, Scott Barnard, James Barrom, Donna Blanton, Larry Bradley, Patti Brewer, Steve Cochran, Mary Cress, Edith Densley, Richard Dwyer, Julie Haley, Perry Huston, Carla Linn, Kerry Miljour, Lyle Renecker, Connie Tuson, Jon VanderWal, Randy Bostrom, Mary Carson, Cheryl Clevenger, Dave Cox, Carla Fitzgerald, Susan Freeman, Rene Gates, Paul Kamin, April Kuhr, Russell LaMont, Mel Morgan, Tracy Ridout, Paul Skipworth, Bret Winns. Wrestling Awards: Team Captain, Lyle Oling; Most Pins, Gino Ream; Most Improved, Dave Cox. Letters: Tim Allen, Dana Boelk, Carl Brown, Scott Campbell, Dave Cox, Brooks ig III II I Awards were presented durinf., the Shclton Junior II~gh School awards assembly Thursday. Winner of the Boy Athlelc ~i" the year awards went to Steve Settle and Dan Morgan. Alexis Kuhr was named girl ol the year, Runners up were Laura Johnston, Belinda Rae, Vicki Stuller and Vicki Stracke. Student body olficcr~ lot this conllng year announcv.d al the assembly were Debbie Morgan, presidenl Mel Morgan, v]ce-presidcnl, and Brenda Surlow, secretary-treasurer. GAA ofticers announced at the assembly were Robin ttansen, president; Sharee Franklin, vice-president, and Gail Fuller, secretary. G i./f t ' ,a,~ .;I~ e ague of~ic~lrs J. at~ ~Virginia Dundas, president; ~haree Franklin, vice-president, and Jennie Cross, secretary. Roland Starr was presented the American Legion Award, with Dan Morgan as runner-up. The American Legion Auxiliary Award went to Alexis Kuhr. Other awards presented included: National Educational Development Test Awards: Connie Bennett, Diane ('row, DeeAnn Davidson, Janna Eken, Alexis Kuhr, Rick Sheetz, Matt Slavich, Roland Stare Carol Thompson, Laurie VanderWegen, Kathy Wittenberg. Football: Best Lineman Lyle Oling, Honorary Co-Capt. Steve Settle, Steve Sparks; Inspirational Steve Settle. Letters: Reggie Snellgrove, Steve Sparks, Randy Salisbury, Jim Sadler, Jack Frost, Marly Settle, Larry Schuffenhauer, Wendall Fosdick, Bob Davis, Steve Settle, Bob Monger, Warren Earl, ('harlie Earl, Arnold Warnes, Tim Allen, Rick Sheetz, Mel Ninnis, Steve Fox, Lyle Oling, Keith Fuller, Vic Strickland, Steve Simmons, Run Koch, Scott Remsberg, Ross Denney, Mike Glaser, Greg Dwyer, Roland Starr, Lenny Crume, Dave Bradley, Darrell Barnes, Steve Watilo, Mark Larson, Frank Lovato, Jae keGault,Dan Morgan, Gino Ream; Managers: Dan Medcalf, Kip White, Ray Wiltman. Golf: Junior High Golf Award: Brad Ix)we. Basketball Awards: Team Captain - Sieve Sparks; Best Defensive Player, Dan Morgan; NOW'S THE TIME FOR THAT SUMMER CABIN See our selection of cabin plans from around ........ I t I sen OLYMPIC VIEW ONSTeUCTION O. Farrell, Steve Fox, Jack Frost, Robert ltodge, Iloward Jones, Paul Kamin, Mark Larson, l.yle Oling, (;in() Ream, Scott Rcmshcrg, Richard Schmidt. Kim Stacy. Leonard Stolen, Vic Strickland, Mike Thomas, Paul Thornock. Vernon Waldburger, Arnold Warnes, Steve Whitmore. Track Awards: Track Team Captain, Sieve Settle; Most Improved, Mike Krona; "[rack Inspirational. Marty Settle; Track letters, larry Baze, Mick Beckwith, RamJy Bostrom, Chris Jackson, Jim Johnson, Brett Remsberg, Paul Kamin, Del Schnitzel Rod l,aClair, Dale Campagna, Dale Brewer, Lee Snellgrove, Miles Gordon, Marly Settle, Paul Robertson, Leonard Stolen, Dave Molenaar, Paul Morlenson, Mike Krona, Virgil LaMont, Mike (;aze, Larry Bradley, Bob Davis, Paul James, Gary Nelson, Rick l)wyer, Charlie Earl Randy Salisbury, Dana Boelk', Larry Shelton, Vern Waldburger, Dave Bradley, Steve Fox, Steve Settle, Keith Fuller, Vick Strickland, Steve Savage, Arnold Rogers, Ken O'Dell, Lyle Oling, Ray Wiltman, Steve Rice, Manager: Tom Pappas. Pep Club Awards: Service Pins, Carol Barnett, Patti Brewer, Kay Roller; certificates, Toni Fonzo, Brenda Surlow. Baseball Awards: ttonorary Capt. Dan Morgan; Inspirational Players Jack Frost; Letters: Jack Frost, Dan Morgan, Larry Schuffenhauer, Len Crume, Rick Bacon, Tim Allen, Larry Wood, Mark Tuson, Greg Johnson, John Laugen, Mike Marshall, Roy Pearsall, Dave Carlson. Managers: Mel Morgan, Jon Hurst. Top Salesman Award: April Kuhr. Drama Awards: - Best Actor, Brad Aitken; Best Actress, Barbara Harvey and Laura Johnston; Best Supporting Actor, Paul Thornock; Best Crew Boy, Rick Karten; Best Crew Girl, Susan ltolland; Best Student Director, Kay Roller. PAUL BROWN WES DOSSER 426-4312 426-8427 I III I OFFICERS OF THE SHELTON Junior High Student Body for the coming year were announced at the awards assembly last week. Left to right, are Dan Morgan, outgoing president; Debbie Morgan, incoming president; Mel Morgan, incoming vice-president, and Brenda Surlow, incoming secretary-treasurer. ea The Shelton City Commission gave a first reading Tuesday to an ordinance increasing water and sewer rates to customers serviced by the city. The basic rate for water will increase from $2.50 and the basic rate for sewer service to $3.50. Other rates will be increased comparable amounts. The funds obtained from the rate increases will be used to finance revenue bonds for some $400,000 worth of improvements in the water facilities and $600,000 worth of improvements to the sewer facilities. Major projects in the water Hears Simpson James A brief history and comments on ! he activities of Simpson Timber Co. were given to Dave James, vice president, public affairs, for Simpson at the Shelton Chamber of Commerce meeting last Thursday at Lake Limerick Inn. He commented the Simpson company had operated in Mason and Eastern (;rays Harbor Counties since 1890. He reviewed the history of the sustained yield unit dgreement with the federal government which was signed in 1946. The agreement, James said, assures the communities of Shelton and McCteary a supply of timber for mills located there for the remainder oi" the 100-year agreement. At the time the sustained yield unit agreement was signed, James commented, Simpson had only about enough timber left on its own land to have lasted about eight years. The law which allowed the agreement to be signed was passed by congress and signed by the president in 1944, James said, and was largely due to the efforts of the late Sen. McNary of Oregon. The Shelton Sustained Yield Unit agreement was the only one ever signed by the federal government. James commented that this year marks the 25th year of the Mark E. Reed Foundation scholarships He commented that in 1947 when the scholarships were started, there were two awarded. This year, he said, 31 scholarships are being awarded. During the 25 years, more than 400 students have received assistance to attend college through the scholarships. The chamber meeting saw an almost record turn-out of 107 at the meeting. In the annual election of members of the board of trustees, Jerry Swartos, Harry James and Norman Eveleth were named to two-year terms on the board. Their names were submitted by the nominating committee. Dr. Jud Holloway was chairman of the nominating,~,~0mmittee and submitted its report at the meeting. The chamber will not have membership meetings during July and August, with meetings resuming the second Thursday in September. Two Appear Two persons appeared before Judge Frank Baker in Mason County Superior Court Friday morning. Eldon Hill, who was committed to Western State Hospital some time ago as a sexual psycopath was granted a conditional release under a WSH outpatient treatment program. John Schnable, who was arrested last month on a charge of grand larceny, appeared to ask he be released on personal recognizance. Deputy Prosecuting attorney Gerry Alexander, after talking with Schnable's attorney in Seattle by telephone, agreed to the PR release on behalf of the prosecutor's office. r L Open: 10-6 Mon.- Fri.; With Mattress " similar to the picture shown. 4 ,'Spindle" or "Wagon Wheel" Styles. 10-5 Sat.; FREE DELIVERY .. I "J" & Olympic Hwy. N. - $hehon --- 426-3264 In utility will be additional water sources and a new storage tank in the Mt. View area. Among projects anticipated in the sewer utility are improvements in the sewer treatment plant and replacement of the sewer outfall line into A brief, casual conversation F.E. about the weather and flowers The resulted in a mistrial being damages for declared in a jury case in Mason b y t h eir County Superior Court last week. September, The conversation occured in struck by a the hall as the jurors and others Sarkowitz as involved in the trial were leaving road the court house at noon Thursday driven by and was between one of the jurors]'he co~ and one of tire defendants in the resulted in case. d e c lared The case was that of Arvid H. When court Johnson against Mr. and Mrs. afternoon, Bolo Sarkowitz and Mr. and Mrs. attorney for the court he conversation Former Academy mistrial. Glenn Officer Honored the J ohnSo": motion. Sgt. Stuart Reynolds, who Judge was formerly assigned to the presided at Washington State Patrol Academy jury back Staff here, has been selected to asked if receive the Frank Pennel Award a for the Outstanding Law persons Enforcement Officer of the Year A worna b y t h e D e p a r t m e n t o f spoken Washington, Veterans of Foreign and flowers Wars. they were The selection was made by during the State VFW Law, . Order and In Justice Committee. Judge Dora~ Reynolds and his wife will be w h i 1 e he honored guests during the State ~,onversati0~ VFW ('onvention and banquet ininnocent, that Aberdeen June 24. might gi' Reynolds served on the influencing Academy staff fiveyears, from trial was gr0 1963 to 1968. The ttc is presently Detachment and a half Sergeant with tire State Patrol to continue l)etachmenl al Ephrata, Oakland Bay. Elks Lodge Here The conimission voted to Is Given Number Comlal' accept the recommendation of the city planning commission to rezone the half block between It and I Sts. on the west side of Highway 101 in the Mt. View area from CI to ('3. The rezoning came at lhe request of the Olympia Feed Co., which plans to build a feed store on the sile. Tire planning com.ussion held a hearing on the request last week and approved the request despite objections from residents from rhe group which has been working toward establishment of an Elks Lodge in Shelton has received dispensation lrom the (;rand Lodge of the state to form Shelton l_()dge 2467 B.P.O.E. The proposed lodge group has scheduled a dance for 8 p.m. June lq hi lhe Melmwial llall. the area that (73 zoning was /~ creeping closer to residential area. I The planning commission recommendation contained a stipulation that if construction of the retail feed store wasnot " started within six monthsthe i-,~~ ~ area would revert back to' C'I. " " Kurt Mann, local real estate broker, who is handling the sale of the property to the Olympia firm, said the store would be known as Harveys. Ron Harvey, owner of the company, operates Harvey's Feed Store in Olympia. Mann said the plans call for construction of the 18,000 square foot building and 50-car parking lot to start within about 30 days. City Engineer Howard Godat told the commission bids have been advertised on the San Joaquin project, which will provide an improved access to Capitol Hill. RentO Starting Friday & Sat. Enjoy our Gourmet fod ,,t featuring Prime Rib Roast For reservations phone GET READY FOR A SAFE WITH TIRES SAVE ON EACH TIRE OR SAVE C78--13 TUBELESS BLACKWALL ON UR 2rid TIRE' BUg 21 Rugged.. Built with two br belts under the stripe GUARANTEED TO WEAR 30 MONTHS All New Guardsman 2+2 Dynaglass Tire C78-13 TUBELESS 11" yott drive tip to the BLACKwALL speed lin/it frequently alld want up to twice the mileage of unbelted tires THIS IS FOR YOU! On - GUARANTEED Camper and USE YOUR TO WEAR 36 MONTHS Truck Tires SEARS CREDIT PLAN Wideguard 2+2 Sat,staction back. 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