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June 17, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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So drive in today and get that car you need today•.. Be sure and check PENNEY'S last minute guide to Father's Day in this week's Journal• Manager Clint Harrington has many items that Dad would love to have.. • On his day give Rand shoes from BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner Bob W, otton has the famous Gallery Calf, styled with a subtle kind of elegance and good taste. Make your move to this shoe or any of the many shoe styles and price ranges that Bob has waiting for you... Dance to "The Landsaws" at LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT starting this Saturday. Lots of good eating combined with a short but very scenic drive up to the lake make for a very pleasant evening... ? c¸ June 10 June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14 June 15 June 16 Hi Low Precip. 68 49 .03 63 50 .01 67 51 - 66 51 .05 59 49 .27 62 49 .02 67 45 - Friday and Saturday should be partly sunny with cloudiness increasing on Sunday. High temperatures will range from 65 to 75 degrees with lows in the 40's. ,/J, p, DAN NYE, right, and Dr. Edwin L. Lovell, Manager of the ITT Rayonier Olympic Research Division here, examine a solution prior to its analysis by atomic absorption spectroscopy at the Company's laboratory. Nye, who was the winner of the ITT Rayonier Foundation $4,000 scholarship, toured the lab recently. Ti es Buy one tire at regular price R },no-on and get the second one for half price is the terrific deal now on at WARDS. Owner A1 Browning Dan Nye, recipient of the ITT invites you to stop in and take Rayonier Foundation County advantage of all sale pricesScholarship for 1971, visited the now..• local Olympic Research Division With all of the water sports in recently for congratulations from this area, everyone should learn Dr. Edwin L. Lovell and a tour of how to swim correctly• One of the laboratory. the best ways is at a swimming Nye is the son of Mr. and Mrs. class at POOL NUOTARE. See Dale P. Nye. His father is the the advertisement in this issue for owner-operator of Nye Building more information•., and Plastering Supply Co. Young That's -30- for this week Nye is a Shelton boy being born but remember what Pascal once and raised here. He has been very wrote of opinion, "Force and not active in school and community opinion is the queen of the world; affairs. In High School he was but it is opinion that uses the active in Science Club and force". German Club, has served on the -DL Senate and belongs to Honor Society. Dan .is a Thespian of no small means, having won the ''Best Actor" in State competition, recently, for his portrayal of Snoopy in the "Best Play in State," Peanuts. He also is a distance runner, participating in cross country• He has been a manager of the basketball team and statistician for the baseball "We are proceeding to prepare tea .~0jl' our Agricultural Research and ~'"e of his awards are Extension budgets within theMasonic Junior Boy of the Year provisions of Substitute House 1968-69, delegate to Boys' State, Bill 151 as amended by the Free AFE International Exchange Conference Committee and Student to Norway. While there, passed by the Legislature," says he took up skiing and won a Dean Louis L. Madsen, College of, medal in cross country. He was Agriculture at Washington State named Carroll Club Boy of the University. Year 1971, and of course, "We will of necessity be received the ITT Rayonier below current 1970-'71 operating Foundation Scholarship. ler International Business Administration and plans to then enter International Law School. Dan will spend his summer working for KMAS radio station, Capital Restaurant and his father's business. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, June 17 High ...... 12:00 a.m.12.6 ft• Low ....... 7:06 a.m. 1.7 ft. High ....... 1:30 p.m. 8.6 ft. Low ....... 6:24 p.m. 5•3 ft. Friday, June 18 High ...... 12:42 a.m.12.4 ft. Low ....... 8:00 a.m. -0.6 ft. High ....... 3:00 p.m. 9.5 ft. Low ....... 7:36 p.m. 6.7 ft. Saturday, June 19 High ....... 1:18 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low .......8:48 a.m. -1.8 ft. High ....... 4:18 p.m. 10.5 ft. Low .......8:48 p.m. 7.6 ft. Sunday, June 20 High ....... 2:06 a.m. 12.0 ft. Low .......9:36 a.m. -2.8 ft. High ....... 5:18 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .......9:54 p.m. 8.1 ft. Js Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doyle, Rt. 1, Box 28, a girl, June 15• ERIK WILLIAM was born on May 27 in Bellingham to Mr• and Mrs. William Aho. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Olavi Aho and Dr• and Mrs. R. W. Norvold, all of Shelton, Monday, June 21 High ....... 2:48 a.m. l 1.7 ft. Low ......10:24 a.m.-3.3 ft. High ....... 6:12 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low ......t0:54 p.m.8.2 ft. Tuesday, June 22 High ....... 3:36 a.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......11:12 a.m.-3.5 ft. High ....... 6:54 p.m. 12.5 ft. Low ......11:48 p.m.8.1 ft. Wednesday, June 23 High ..... :. 4:24 a.m.11.1 ft. Low ...... 11:54 a.m. -3.4 ft. High ....... 7:36 p.m. 12.6 ft. Thursday, June 24 Low ......12:42 a.m.7.9 ft. High ~ '. ..... 5:12 a.m. 10.7 ft. ~" ..... ILow . :'.... 12:36 p.m. -3.0 ft. High ....... 8:12 p.m. 12.6 ft. AS LONG as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever, Clarence S. Darrow Applying tor marriage licenses levels, but we are grateful for the support we received and the amount that was restored which will allow us to stay in business with some reduction in people and programs," says Madsen. In Agricultural Research, Dr. Lowell Rasmussen, acting director of the Agricultural Research Center, says a tentative budget calls for a reduction of 26 positions spread over the WSU center and the outlying research centers in the state. In the Cooperative Extension Service, John Miller, director, reports that due to the "freeze" on positions since last fall, heavy retirements and some resignations, he has 36 vacancies not filled at the present time. His tentative budget which includes some increased Federal Extension funds and funds accumulated due to vacancies held since last November will allow a number of these vacancies to be filled, he Dan likes to play guitar, piano in the Mason County auditor's and organ for his own enjoyment, office this week were: but has played for various groups William Speas 32, Shelton, also. He enjoys all outdoor and Dianna Jensen, 25, Shelton. activities of this area, just recently Brian Baker, 18, McCleary, having bicycled from Discovery and Laura Padgett, 18, Corona, Bay through the San Juan Islands Cal. to Victoria and Vancouver, B.C. James Lisner III, 19, Belfair, and back through Port Angeles and Kathleen Weems, 20, and Port Townsend and back' to Bremerton. Discovery Bay. Franklin Carkhuff, 20, He will attend the University Shelton, and Cleora West, 16, of Oregon, majoring in Shelton. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 11 F. & A. M. Thursday, June 24 St. John's Night Stated Communication Lodge Opens 8 p.m. Alex E. Smith, W.M. Arnold L. Cheney, Secretary says. Home Owners Commercial Package • AUTO • TRUCK • FIRE • BUSINESS • LIFE • BONDS • BOAT & MOTOR • HEALTH--ACCIDENT NEW HOURS! 8:30 to 5:30 MondaY t through Thursday. Fridays until 6 p.m- ,rl _ Our paycheck, proteo ( O Q,-ncl Money Back Life L 1 ,I ), eu..., INSURANC' • .o _ dlllfll' Ilrl AGENCY II!!g cToa ~r Insurance Needs $I SHELTON- First and Railroad _ 426-8211 Saturday VANCOUVER C0ta St. 1o a.m.- i p.m. ABERDEEN SHELTON OLYMPIA at HAZEL DELL MONTESANO H*rne Office TUMWATER Mary M. Knight in urse ere The opening date for the O.V.T.I. sponsored developmental reading course was changed to June 15 at Mary M. Knight School. The two hour, eight week course starts at 7:30 p.m. Interested adults and mature students are expected to pay $12 for the course and $5.65 for the book. Two of MMK's graduating seniors, Homer Floyd and Nick Iversen, have found positions as choker setters for Simpson at Camp Grisdale.. Both Nick and Homer were honor speakers at the graduation exercises. Larry Chappell, another recent alumni, is an employee at a dairy farm. Fred Dahman works in a Shelton mill. Denise Avery, also a '71 graduate, assists her mother as receptionist in her beauty shop in Shelton. Millie Howard, Brian Brehmeyer, and Ray Rothrock, three of next year's seniors, are all presently employed at the school. Other '72 seniors who are presently working are Ray Heller, who is cutting and selling wood, Brian Clevenger, who works as assistant manager at Clevenger's Resort, and Mike and Pat Sinclair who help their father, the Ranger at Schafer State Park. Carmen Rothrock and Coleen Graham are both working at the school this summer. Other '72 juniors who are working this summer are Tim Trimble, who will be an employee on his uncle's ranch in Eastern Washington, and Randy Ogg, who is employed on a Shelton dairy farm. Russell Painter is working on a farm in Brady. Steve Dudics was hired by Mrs. Stuck to do general farm work. Both boys will be sophomores next year. Jaycees Set Fireworks Sale "Safe and Sane" fireworks will again be sold by the Shelton Jaycees, reports Project Chairman Gene Caldwell. There will be two stands, one at the old "Burger Pit" location south of Shelton, the other on Mountainview at Olympic Highway North between "H" and "I" Streets. The stands are scheduled to open June 30 and will be open through July 4. Proceeds from the sale will go to support such perennial Jaycee projects as recreation programs for Exceptional Foresters and other community projects. Fashion jeans with new fashion leg. Polyester cotton. Penn- PrestO.; for no ironing• White, and denim stripes. Fashion leg slacks of rayon~acetate/ nylon. Penn- Prest,~. Dark solids and stripes. Every d ay y day I Regular collar sport shirt. Short sleeves, 2 pockets. Dacron® polyester/cotton Penn-Prest solids. Every d ay 4" collar sport shirt with short sleeves. Dacron® polyester/ cotton. Fashion prints. Every day The values are here every day Shop Daily 9:30/5:30 - Fridays 9:30/8:30 P.M. Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Sl elton-Mason County Journal - Page 5