"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Mason County Journal
News of Mason County, WA
Get your news here
August 5, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 2     (2 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 24 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 5, 1971
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Dates Are School will begin for all Shelton School District pupils Sept. 1, according to Louis R. Grinnell, Superintendent. Elementary school registration will be held Aug. 23, 24, and 25 for all kindergarten youngsters who have not yet registered and for all youngsters in other grades (1-6) new to the Shelton School District, according to Ken Gesche, Director of Elementary Education. Youngsters can be registered during the next week, also, or the opening day of school. However, early registration enables the school to balance classroom loads and parents are asked to register their youngsters early. It is not necessary for any elementary school youngsters who attended the Shelton Schools last year, or kindergarten pupils who were pre-registered last spring, to register. Principals at each elementary school will hold the registration from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Parents with elementary school-age youngsters new to Shelton should register their youngsters according to the following service areas: Evergreen Elementary School - Downtown Shetton, Angleside North of Grant Street and West of Seventh, and part of Capitol Hill. Bordeaux Elementary School - South of Shelton, Cole Road, Kamilche Point, Arcadia Point, Beverly Heights, Lost Lake, Hillcrest, Southside Hill, and Angleside South of Grant Street and East of Seventh Street. Mt. View Elementary School - Island Lake, Dayton, Johns Prairie, Airport, Part of Capitol Hill and Northcliff. The service areas for the elementary schools will be about the same as last year, although some shifting of youngsters to avoid heavy classroom loads in a particular building may be necessary. Some areas, such as Capitol ttill, are served by two elementary schools. Parents new t, the area and unsure of which elementary school their youngsters will attend can call the building principal's office as listed in the telephone directory. All new students of the Shelton Senior High School will principal, that all junior high school students new to Shelton will register on the same days as the high school students. All students, new and regular, should pay their fees on any of the three days - Aug. 23, 24 and 25, from 9 to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Further information concerning bus routes, beginning time for buildings, luncheon information, student fees, and other information will be published in The Journal at a later date. Conner State To Ta Over Ferry Rep. Paul Conner (D-24th Dist.) this week urged that the State Toll Bridge Authority acquire the privately-operated Port Townsend to Keystone (Whidbey Island) ferry route. In a letter to Gov. Daniel J. Evans, chairman of the toll bridge authority, the 24th District legislator said the Olympic Ferries may soon go out of business because of severe financial losses. "This is to appeal to the Toll Bridge Authority to add this route to the state ferry system," Conner said. "It seems unfair that a private company should be forced to continually take severe losses on a route that properly should be part of the state system." H. J. Carroll, Olympic Ferries secretary-treasurer, said the company will go out of business in the event that the State Utilities and Transportation Commission denies a request for elimination of its run from Oct. 16 to April 15 of next year. "If the schedule change is not approved," Carroll said, "we will be forced to surrender our certificate at the end of the summer sc:~son, Sept. 7." A spokesman for the Utilities and Transportation Commission estimated thai Olympic Ferries lost some $45,000 last year, and commented, "I can't understand how they could operate for six months out of the year and make money either." In applying to the Utilities Building, according to Chet Dombroski, high school principal, Aug. 23, 24, and 25, from 9 to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. It will not be necessary for students who registered last spring (all regular students) to register. However, they should pay their fees at this time. It was announced by Floyd Jackson, junior high school cancellation, Carroll suggested that the commission contact the Toll Bridge Authority "to see if the state can offer better service" than the proposed schedule will afford. THE COURAGE we desire and prize is not the courage to die decently, but to live manfully. Thomas Carlyle Philllp Anderson Estate Preview: SUNDAY - 11:00 a.m. through Sale 1951 PACKARD, 4 door Sedan... BEAUTIFUL GOLD BROCADE DAVENPORT... LOVELY OLD DESK with FOLD-DOWN TOP... 7 piece Dining Room Set with Gabriole Legs and Needlepoint Covers... Old Foot Stools with Needlepoint Covers... Console TV... Refrigerator... 30" Electric Range... Sterling Candlestick holders... Sterling SUGAR TONGS .... 1847 Rogers Service "Eternally Yours"... Kerosene Lamp... 3 piece Bedroom Set... Twin Beds... Chest of Drawers... Vanity... Hall Mirrors... Chairs... Old Silver Pieces... Paintings... PIANO BENCH with NEEDLEPOINT COVER... End Tables... Table Lamps... Old Brass Table Lamp... Old Camera... WICKER ROCKING CHAIR... Hand & Garden 1 ools... Many more articles not listed. ATTEND THIS OUTSTANDING ESTATE SALE Auctioned By ARTHUR LEE - AUCTIONEER Member of Washington & National Auctioneers Association. KURT THOMPSON, center, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson, Shelton, was presented with his Eagle Scout award at a ceremony at Camp Thunderbird July 15. The campfire ceremony was held following a Tumwater Scout Council Executive Board meeting. Here, left to right, are Jim Phillips, executive for the Tumwater Scout Council; Richard Thompson; Kurt Thompson; Mrs. Thompson, and S. W. VanderWegen, Shelton, a member of the council executive board. Kurt has been involved in Scouting for six years and is presently president of Explorer Post 711 and assistant scoutmaster for Troop 112. un emos Pic Shelton's branch of the Young Democrats of Washington picketed Safeway Monday and Tuesday, asking the public to boycott a brand of wine that is made with nonunion-picked grapes. At a recent meeting of the Driver License IWA Local 3-38 here has sent a letter to State Sen. Gordon Sandison and State Reps. Charles Savage and Paul Conner protesting the discontinuance of the Driver's license office which was open in Shelton two days a week until July 1 of this year. ,,~Th~ letter was signed by Dtli~llq~ap~lr~, prel~ident, c~ the 10"d l union, and Earl Jagnow, secretary. The letter stated: Dear Sirs: International Woodworkers of America, Local Union 38 is protesting the closing of the Driver License Bureau in Shelton. This action will cause much inconvenience to Shelton People and people who reside in the outer reaches of the County. It will cause working people lost income by being forced to take time off to go to Olympia to obtain and renew their driver licenses. This Local Union would likg to request that you undertake action to get this service restored to Shelton. Thank you for your assistance. Youth Is "ommitted To ia By Court A 1 7-year-old boy was committed to Cascadia by Judge Hewitt Henry last week after a hearing had been held the previous week. The judge had withheld his decision in the case in order to clarify what had been done in a previous juvenile court action on the youth. Shelton Police Officers testified the youth had been picked up on two occasions for consuming liquor during the time he was on probation. After the last arrest, juvenile officers told the court, he left the state and failed to report as he was supposed to do. He was returned to Mason County after being arrested in California. The youth contended he had not been told he could not leave the state and that he had no notice of a hearing at which he did not appear. School Board " The Shelton School Board will hold its regular August meeting at 8 p.m. Aug. 10 in the Evergreen School Library. Young Democrats, the group voted to support the American Farm Workers' boycott of Italian Swiss Colony wine. The farm workers contend that they do not get a fair wage and feel that the company that makes Italian Swiss Colony wine and other products is being uufair by not allowing the workers to unionize. The pickets urged the public to give Cesar Chavez and his 10,000 United Farm Workers a helping hand by not patronizing stores that sell the products of the company. Shelton's Young Democrats spoke to the manager of the Shelton Safeway Store last Tuesday and asked him to sell out his stock of ttt wine a~ad not to reorder, or they would picket the store. He refused, said a YD officer. Jim Kneeland, a spokesman for the local group, said that the goals of the demonstration were to enlighten the people and to make the public understand the problems of the farm workers. He also stated that the only way to salvation of the Democratic party, they felt, was by revitalization and showing concern with the social issues of the time. Mark Stensager, President of Washington Young Democrats, appeared Tuesday afternoon to join the picketing. He explained that the Shelton demonstration was part of the statewide effort by the YD's to help the United Farm Workers and to encourage people not to patronize stores that sell certain products made with nonunion help. He added that the Shelton branch of the YD's was one of the best in the state. Although small in number, he said, the local group has more talent to do things on its own, as demonstrated by the picketing. our new administrator for and Mr. Clizer will be glad to answer any questions you may have. Just phone IS at PFC Steven J. Minkler, the grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Victor Minkler, of Hidden Haven Mobile Home Court, Shelton, was killed while on guard duty in Vietnam July 18. A funeral service, with military honors, was held at Floral Hills Memorial Park in Lynnwood July 28. The young soldier was born in Shelton July 24, 1952 and attended school in Raymond and later in Lynnwood, where he graduated from high school. He entered the Army January 1970, and went to Vietnam in January, 1971. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Minkler, Lynnwood. A Steven Minkler memorial is being set up in the Edmonds United Methodist Church, his grandfather said. GI Viking tt glass bee essential quz Fair Entry Superinten Set, dents Named Entries for the Mason County Fair are due at the Fair Grounds Aug. 18 and 19, Fair Manager AnneUe McGee said this week. Entries are open to any resident of the county. The time entries in each category must be in is listed in the Fair Premium List, which was published with The Journal in July. Copies of the premium list are available at the Fair Grounds or from the Extension Office in the basement of the Post Office. Anyone who has questions about entries can contact the superintendents of the various divisions. Mrs. McGee this week announced superintenclents for the various division. They are painting and hobbies, Mrs. Don Bourne; ceramics, Mrs. Clifford Vanderwal; floral, Mrs. Craig Elliot; fruits and vegetables, Mrs. Paul McMorris; rocks and minerals, Clarence Grunert; commercial and educational, Mrs. William McGee; livestock, Robert Brewer; horses, Tula Kimball; poultry and rabbits, Barbara Griffey and Mel Matson; forestry activity contest, Bill Kamin. well" w them clay Terry Adams, 2 1, 2465 Horstman Rd., Port Orchard, was arrested by Shelton Police over the weekend on a warrant for failure to pay a justice court fine, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and investigation of his status with military authorities. Authorities here were told he was a deserter from the Army and was wanted by military authorities. Adams appeared in Mason County Justice Court Monday where he was sentenced to 10 days in jail on the charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Judge Glenn Correa told local authorities if military authorities wanted to pick Adams up before the 10-day jail sentence was completed, he could be released to them. Also arrested was Jimmie Walker, 23, Mason Apts., Shelton, who was arrested on a parole detainer. He is being held in Mason County Jail. "For buY a 5th & [ ! Boy, 17, Held On Drug Charge A 17-year-old Shelton JuVenile~ was arr~ted by Police Tuesday night after he attempted to flee the scene of a traffic accident. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance and with being a minor consuming liquor. He was placed in custody at the Mason County Jail and remanded to juvenile authorities. IT IS error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself. Thomas Jefferson Shelton Lodge No. 2467 EVERY WED., 8:00 Banquet Room HALLMARK INN Start Demits Now and become a Charter Member! Parties interested in new members are REALLY IS. WHY SETTLE FOR LESS? Why settle for second best during these uncer economic times? Join the crowd of wise savers and who continue to earn more here at TCF. Earn the insured interest rate available anywhere. For instance, 6% interest rote (on 2-year investments of $5,000 taurus) actually pays you a big 6.18% when doily and accumulated annually. Isn't it time you transferred your money to a earning TCF savings account? And remember, your are insured safe by on agency of the federal and protected by our own high reserves. Start earning more, tomorrow, here at TCF 'rINURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCA/fflON OLYMPIA. SHELTON . LAC k'Y OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch BranCh Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 5, 1971