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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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EFFICIENT housekeeping procedures were practiced by Simpson Recreation Area at Mason Lake. SEPARATEforth CAM and throughPSout theWereactivity-packedmaintained bYdays.Various groups who visited back Office Observes Day at Union The girls state they served Day coffee and cookies to more than house 1 O0 persons. Many of these people seemed to realize the ee were significance of this change in a and service that is older than the clerks, constitution of the United States. Wanda One man stated: "This is the first birthday I have ever c o v e r s t o celebrated on the day someone or event Were something was born." NOW OPEN NEW MANAGEMENT a OPENING SPECIAL ribber Heels ~'1,~0 Ladies Heels to $1.25 311 Grove Street irl COU By BETTY VANDER WEGEN Dreams around a campfire? For more than 80 Shelton girls, boys and adults, last week was spent not only in dreaming around a campfire - but cooking, singing, playing and, learning. The Girl Scout Day Camp at Mason Lake provided the opportunity for all to see and try new skills, new crafts, new ways in tile out of doors. A staff of 18 adults and aides helped the 66 day campers during the 5 days of camping at the Simpson Recreation area. For many, the experience of pitching, living in, and striking wall tents was a first. For others it was new to build a fire, cook over it, and wash dishes in a sanitary but primitive way. For some it was their first opportunity to plan menus, try out new recipes, learn to use knives, axes and saws properly. There were new songs and games, lashing of primitive furniture, daily swimming, nature hikes, a talk by a forest ranger, training in first aid, rock painting, leaf printing, and a world of nature to be explored. What will they remember most? The problems of cooking with dried beans over open campfires will stand out for some. The game "Dr. Knickerbocker" for others Or perhaps sitting around a camp fire on a gravel bar beside a stream, and singing along with a guitar. Or will it he watching the hummingbirds dart through the trees - the swimming making costumes of native materials - "Some-mores" - building fires .... spending a night Hurry! Supplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only ADULT REG. 69 EACH NOW 12 OUNCE. REG. $1.59. NOW FAMILY SIZE. REG. $1.09. NOW GILETTE ANTI-PERSPI RANT 12 OUNCE. REG. $2.29. NOW 100's. REG. $1.17. NOW MOUTHWASH, 20 OUNCE. REG. $1.49. NOW Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 P.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 III THE DESCENT to the campsite was made by clinging to a knotted rope which dangled down an almost perpendicular cliff. mp or two in tents along a stream - exploring the woods - the welcome sun breaking through to splinter its rays through the trees? All these, and many more memories will remain with Mason Day Camp's 1971 campers. Shelton Lodge No. 2467 meets EVERY WED., 8:00 P.M. Banquet Room HALLMARK INN Start Demits Now and become a Charter Member! Parties interested in becoming new members are welcome. ........ 4 !iii;~!ili~ ' ): i:i !{: THIS BEAUTIFUL "SWEETS BASKET" BY INTERNATIONAL SILVER ONLY $6.95 WITH EACH $100 DEPOSIT There's never been another offer like this! This beautiful Sweets Basket by famed International Silver Company is yours for only $6.95 when you open a new savings accoun,t of only $100 or more.. or when you add an equal amount to your present TCF savings account. Heavily cast, plated in untarnishable silver, this lovely gift . . . and the two others that are also offered at TCF . resemble the heirlooms your grand. parents cherished. When you see these gifts you'll know why we're so proud to offer them to our friends and customers. And you'll see too, why words alone can't express the beauty and quality of these magnificent gifts. But hurry! Because of the extreme popularity of these gifts, our llmlted supply may be exhausted soon. Stop bY tomorrow and be delightfully surprised. THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA- SHELION LACEY OLYMPIA Home Office Fifth & Capitol Way LACEY SHELTON Branch Branch 4131 Market Square31J Railroad Avenue Thursday, July 8, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page '