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July 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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July 29, 1971

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ILLING AERIAL will be a feature of #ne Bros. Circus' visit to Shelton on }ust 1 1. The local is sponsored by Lions Club. Bros. Circus, aid-fashioned for the to Shelton 11 for two Under the Shelton Lions Stars of the the famous Randells' on the ette and her Jr., the Performances will be given at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Kneeland Center on Mt. View. The Shelton Lions Club will give complimentary tickets to foster parents and children in Mason County and also to members of the Exceptional Foresters. Tickets, at $2 for adults and $1 for children from 5 to 1 1, are available at Johnny's Music Box, Bob's Shoe Tree, Coast-to-Coast Store and Seattle-First National Bank. Bids To For Equipment Bids to furnish radio meeting Monday. the e q u i p m e n t f o r t h eSheriff John Robinson eeterboard communications network of requested permission from the Owns in a M a so n C o u n t y' s She ri f f board to call for bids and was COnvulsive Department will'open at 11:30authorized to do so. The Clerk many other a.m. on August 16, it was decided was directed to prepare the notice at the County Commissioners' for publication. Southside By MRS. RAY KRATCHA The Fire District No. 4 of Mason County is purchasing a new pumper truck fully equipped. Lowest bidder was Crater Lake Motor Incorporated, Medford, Oregon. The new truck will be ready for service in about forty five days, delivered to Shelton. It will be stationed at Kamilche Fire Dtation No. 44. Mr. Ed Taylor from Taylor Towne is giving a twenty-five year lease for some property fifty by one hundred feet to the Fire District on which Mr. Taylor is going to have a fire station built for the new truck, near the Drive-In theater. The 1949 Dodge Truck will also be stationed some where near by in the Kamilche area. The fire district also purchased seven new radio plectron's, so most of the active firemen will get the fire calls immediately from the dispatcher down town in the city hall. Several weeks ago the fire district No. 4 purchased some turnout gear and protective clothing for the volunteer firemen. The Fire Chiefs said that more men should turn out for the fire drills, which are held on Sundays. Call the fire chiefs and they will give you the fire drill'schedule. The boys have lots of fun learning how to man the pumps and hoses. The Fire District meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Southside Fire Hall. We need lots of firemen to save homes and property so why don't you come to our fire drills and meetings and find out how we spend your money and enjoy a good meeting with the boys and have refreshments at the meeting.9 Convalescent Care LONG LAKE CONVALESCENT CENTER Dedicated care for the elderly patient. Wa. Li. 93. Country-Home Surroundings. PHONE TR 1-1210 Rt. 1, Box 458-A, Port Orchard Complies fully with Title 6 Civil Rights Act of 1964 """ ..... ~l i r l lit The Fire District Nol 4 secretary is still wearing a long cast on his left leg. He had an accident on the 27th of May while working cleaning and hauling mud from a pool. The secretary gets around in a wheel chair and crutches. While he was in the hospital he was well taken care of and had lots of friends who came to visit him. He retired from the ITT Rayonier Inc. the first day of June and started retirement with a broken ankle. He will be layed up for several months. Everyone was kind and very helpful in giving him a hand and taking him to the doctor and running errands. He is greatful and thanks everyone for helping him at a time like this. Friendship club met at the home of Clara Harrier July 14. There were 12 members and three guests present. They had a potluck and celebrated the July birthdays. Mrs. Tom Weston took her mother Mrs. Eva Holt, of Whidbey Island, and her children on a trip and spent four days around in British Columbia. The Actions 4-H Club members have been meeting at Kneeland Park and working on their decorations for 4-H camp at Panhandle. Four Leaves 4-H club members met at leader Mrs. Helen Bakke's Saturday July 24 and leader Mrs. Whitmarsh was absent. Club members had a meeting and discussed camp. Entri Entries are still being accepted for the 1971 Southwest Washington Fair parade, due to strut out through Centralia and Chehalis Saturday, August 7. According to Mrs. Carol Baker, fair parade chairman, maps and direction sheets on fair parade routes will be sent soon to those officially entered in the event. The parade is traditionally the forerunner of the six-day Still Southwest Washington Fair, this year Aug. 10-15. Ten divisions are planned in the parade, which carries the theme "Happiness is... The Southwest Washington Fair". 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