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eer OF the Robinettes Parade Corps which Bear Festival are, left to right, Lyn 3n and Tina Tracy. out at theKaszycki and Cris Schimschat and in two banner carriers Ken and Jan County Thomason. the Bear Ten Merry Maids (Jr. and Won a Robinettes) and captain Shelli OVer eightHanson marched in the Jr. division of the Bear Festival of 12 Parade. Joslin and The regular business meeting three of the Robinettes Parents an, SCan Association was held at the Davidson residence July 20. Next parade appearance by the Robinettes will be at the Des Moines Waterland Festival in August where they took a first place trophy last summer. was vhen the on a rOckdale aich was to Mason from a County Which aid. Kidney Group Sets Meeting The MasOn County Kidney Foundation will meet July 26 at the home of Winnie and Frank Winkelman on Arcadia Road. The meeting is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. ,r St'aSmkr Y Visit Lastweek COoled canal visit to from ,inding ne to You a in forest six Ue to and mt to land of ours is forest land. And every year in the United States more than 100,000 fires burn and scar about 4,000,000 acres. These statistics are frightening, but not nearly as frightening as the damage they cause. Besides burning trees, forest fires cause floods, kill wildlife and destroy beauty. Recreational areas are ruined and many times people are killed. If all these things make you want to help in some way, remember the phrase "Keep Washington Green," and live by it. The weather is going to be about the same these next few days, so enjoy yourselves, but leave the camp sites and beaches as nice as you found them, so others can enjoy them after you. the public interest. Factors )s affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, !ai.'n water quality, economics, conservation, aesthetics, ;s recreation, water supply, flood darn'age prevention, ecosystems, and, in genera, the needs and welfare of the people. Comments on these factors will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would be in the best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this notice should be mailed to reach this office not later than Aug. 16 to insure consideration. By DOLORES DRAKE HOODSPORT - Hood Canal cheer leaders got into full swing Saturday as one of the hottest days of the year baked Hoodsport residents. Jayni Hunter, Shelloy York, Pam Hunter, Peggy Murphy, Lynette Baker, Kathy Stevens, Stacey Vrahnos and Elena Johns gave up the waterskis and Hood Canal beaches for washing cars at Harry's Texaco Station in Hoodsport. The girls, along with fellow admirers scrubbed bugs, dust and dirt from vehicles to raise money for their cheer leader uniforms they plan to obtain for the coming school year activities at Hood Canal Jr. High School. The cheerleaders wish to extend a special thank-you to Harry Cole for donating his facilities and to the many customers who helped make this carwash very successful. Golden Thimbles 4-H Club members, friends, and their leaders Mrs. Ben Drake and Mrs. Ray Johns camped out for five days at Mason Lake. The group enjoyed swimming, hiking, Indian bead work and outdoor cooking. Lois Pearsall joined the group to act as life guard. Luckily for a six year old from Seattle, Lois was busily keeping an eye on everyone. With the first cry for help, Lois dived into the water and brought safely to shore the youngster who had discovered almost too late, he was not capable of swimming out to the float. Mary Johns taught her fellow 4-H ers how to make Indian beaded bracelets and one of the girls also turned out an attractive daisy chain necklace. Menus for the five day campout were made up by the 4-Hers themselves. Their leaders had also stuck in many treats and many parents dropped by with treats including cold watermelons, so there was food everywhere. The girls found barbecuing shish-kabobs they made up to please their own tastes, the most fun to cook. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tweed, son Brian and daughter Carol Bertholf and two children have returned to their Lake Cushman home after an enjoyable vacation that took them more than 4,000 miles. The Tweeds agreed that it was their most enjoyable vacation yet as this time they traveled with a pick-up camper instead of by car. Scooping Bert up as soon as he got off work at 8 a.m. they headed east for their North Dakota destination. Upon their arrival in Minot, N.D. they met with a traffic jam and thought for sure they had hit a parade. Ahead of them they could see a figure riding a horse, but it puzzled them to see the motorist snapping pictures like they had never seen a horseback rider before. However closer observation revealed all. There was Lady Godiva herself riding horseback through eighteen blocks of Minot, without a stitch of clothing. The local newspaper reported the next day that Lady Godiva was protesting the Viet Nam envolvement and she and her horse were given a stern warning to not repeat the performance. After this short pause, the Tweeds continued on to Tolna, N.D. to the home of Bert's mother and many other relatives in the area. After a days' reminiscing good times at home, eighty-nine members of the family gathered for an old-fashion family reunion. Twice the Tweeds received tornado warnings that they were glad not to see materialize. However, on July 3, mother nature did put on a fire works LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Iohnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. --- Mt. View Complete Automotive Service For ers ol display for them. At 4 a.m. the hail came beating down to earth, then the sky lit up with an electrical storm. Fork lightning shot out from the sheet lightning. A barn was struck, but quick action by the fire department saved it from disaster. One may wonder how Betty and Bert got in all the bright lights at the wee hour of 4 a.m., but it seems they were taking in the night lights at an all night dance in Bert's old stomping grounds. While visiting Bert's sister at Fort Torten near Devils Lake they had the opportunity to view the production of "The Music Man" at the summer theater. Bert's sister did the hair styles for the production so they joined her backstage to meet the cast. Betty commented that they actually ate their way through North Dakota as their many relatives insisted on them trying out their favorite dishes. Well stuffed with the fanciest sweet rolls and homemade cooking, they headed on to South Dakota. They stopped off at the Mount Rushmore memorials and went through the caves. On to Pierre they stopped at Oahe Dam, the largest earth fill dam in the world. Rapid City's "Story book Land" sponsored by the Rotary Club also caught their eye. Here they found two new born fawns curled up in the Snow White scene. In Spearfish they viewed the "Passion Play" performed in a large outdoor amphitheater in the Black Hills. Then it was homeward bound, camping one night in Butte, Mont. and making their next stop at Lake Cushman. A few days after their arrival home, Bert's sister-in-iaw and husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bassham from San Diego stopped by for a two day visit. What should one do and where should one go for a weeks summer vacation? That was the question that faced Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drake as they made plans for their first summer vacation together in twelve years. The suggestion of backpacking into the Olympics was quickly voted down as the winter snows had not melted enough and the summer rains continued. So with bags packed and car loaded the decision was reached to head east via the Hood Canal floating bridge and Stevens Pass to fulfill the promises made to many '~elatives and friends that they would make it over to see them. At Lake Wenatchee the Drakes visited with the Notenboom family formerly of Hoodsport and also visited with Harold's hunting partner Bill Aldrich and family. Gayle Notenboom rolled out the ice-cream maker to make fresh strawberry ice-cream while Dutch rounded up the fishing gear so the men folk could all go fishing. The fishing trip didn't prove very successful despite all the bites. Oh yes, the bites were on them by the healthy mosquitos. So all relaxed with a large bowl of fresh strawberry ice-cream as they reminised how great the fishing would be if the snow would only melt off the mountain lakes. un I On to Coulee Dam, the Drakes stopped for a visit with Harold's sister Nadine Redman and family. After a dusty drive to a small lake and an argument with a range bull on ownership of the lake shore, Ken and Richard got out their fishing tackle and had great luck at catching sun fish. The colorful little fish didn't provide much meat, but kept the boys entertained until sundown. By that time the range bull had gathered up his harem and headed for greener pastures. The weather had turned very hot now and the drive through the Bitterroot Mountain Range was interrupted with many delays due to road construction. It was then they headed the car south to Missoula, Butte, and finally Ennis, which is only a short distance from the West Yellowstone entrance. The snow-capped peaks within the National Park were a welcomed sight, as the sun was producing many burns through the car windows and protective clothing was the most comfortable. "It must be summer, the rains warmer" were the comments the Drake family heard a disc jockey making over a Butte, Mont. radio station as they relaxed in an Ennis Motel. The disc jockey explained he had flown out to Tacoma July 10 and had seen a.large sign with the above quote. He went on to say how thankful he was that Montana was in their second day sing of hot summer weather and their cool summer had not been as wet as Western Washington. As it seemed though, the Washington travelers had taken the good weather with them as the weather had been hot and dry since they crossed over the Cascades. Kenneth and Richard initiated the swimming pool early in the morning and then it was off to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th and Cota Downtown Shelton July 25, 1971 TO BE ANNOUNCED 9:30 a.m ...... Sunday School * 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m .......... Evening Gospel Hour Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. DIr. Christian Ed. - Tom Barwick * The Morning Worship is broadcast live over KMAS, 1280 kc. Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. MS. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-823i Auto Repairing -- Major Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition --Welding & Tune-ups ED'S SERVICE 219 So. 1st 426-1212 Barber Men's Hair Styling * Razor Styling * Shampooing * Regular Hair Cuts * Scissor Contouring BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING For Appointment Call 426-2072 2618 Olympic Hwy. S. Beauty -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets -Switches -- Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Free Demonstrations Floor Covering --Linoleum --Carpeting --Tile --Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Yellowstone Nat'l. Park. Antelope grazed in the fields and gophers scampered across the highways as they headed into the Madison River Canyon earthquake area. Deserted buildings along the route stood as silent reminders of the terror of the night on August 17, 1959 that changed the valley and took 28 human lives Trouble with Gunsmith Repairing Modern and Antiques Precision Scope & Sight Mounting Shotgun Choke Alterations, all gauges Shooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 hydraulic systems. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California e Church 910 East Dearborn LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. C.Y.'s & Cadets .... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:00 p.m.' Bible Study (Wed).. 7:00 p.m. Ms. View Alliance Church Washington & ,,j,, Sts. Sunday School . .. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship . . l 1:00 a.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EAR L EVERS, Pastor United Methodist Church G and King Streets REV. WILLI#M ANDREWS, Minister Summer Services: 10:00 a.m. Church School begins at 9:00 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ................................ 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. First Church of Christ, Scientist ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11:00 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. j FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Arcadia and Lake Boulevard I ED CHAMBER LAIN, Minister I Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00 p.m.I Worship ...................................... 11 :OOa.m. I Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:00 p.m.| Child Care Service Available at I 1:00 Service I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butterfield Bible Study .................................. 9:45 a.m. ~ Worship ......................... 11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Christian Training ............. " ........ ......... 6:30 p.m. llllllnsurance, 116 N. and. Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health Business-Prefer red Risk? Let "1 irecl us of do Shopping? it for you! 4263317 !Tuesday " Pra er Service & Bible Stud '1[ -- St. David's Church ............. -----~ 7:30 P'm"1 I We locate the lowest cost. I Insurance is our only business. | I ARNOLD & SMITH Fourth& Cedar, Shelton,Washington I INSURANCE AGENCY I | 8:00 A.M.-- HOly Communion ~k II / The Church is always open for meditation and prayer. CI~CI~ Janitor ~ / 10:00 A.M.-- Family Service ~, | / Carpet Cleaning * Building Cleaning -- ' . and Maintenance * Residential - Commerical Shelton Janitorial Service Adolph Rapacz Route 3, Box 725, Sbelton 426-8936 or 426-6870 Masonry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work Building New Homes! Remodeling! OLYMPIC VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO. Paul Brown Wes Dosser 426-4312 426-8427 Cable TV For Service Call MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD 206 E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1971 Divine Services 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ........................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a.m. Junior Fellowship .................... _6--00. p.m. Evening Service .......................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m. Rental Service Almost Anything Anywhere Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 TIRES TUNE all at 1st & Railroad Carpet Cleaning -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServiceMaster of Mason Co. Phone 426-1121 Ohain Saws New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426:4639 Concrete - -- Ready-mix Concrete Concrete Culverts & Blocks Sand, Gravel Brick & Stone Fireplace Screens & Tools GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park 426-3344 Drugs ---_ -- Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics Prescriptions HyPo-Allergic Cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 Shoe Repair * Polishes & Laces of all Kinds * All types of boots and shoes repaired. EXPERT SHOE REPAIR SHOP 311 Grove Street Sign Painting * All TyPes * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 travel -- Air - Rail - Steamship -- Bus - Hotels - Tours NO Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 Truck & Equip. Repair Trucks * Cats Logging Equipment Engines -- Transmissions Differentials & Welding SUMMIT TRUCK & EQUIPMENT REPAIR 224 S. 12th 426-2512 Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED ith Lutheran Church 7th and Franklin WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:15 a,m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-8611 THE FRIENDLY CHURCH SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor Sunday School ............................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ............................. 11:00 a.m. Christ's Ambassadors .......................... 6:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ............................ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday-Bible Study & Prayer ................. 7:00 p.m. REVIVALTIME, SundaY;, KGDN .................. 3:00 p.m. i \| Thursday, July 22, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11