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August 5, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 5, 1971

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@ ;,~ ,~,q //,, .... JULIE OLLI puts her horse, Stormy, around a pole in the pole bending contest at the playday at the Dayton Play Pen Sunday. Miss Olli and her horse took top honors in the senior division. t STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME TOBINSKI & 317 S. 1ST ST. PHONE ANYTIME! CALL COLLECT! OO BARBARA STICKLEY and her pony, Flash, charge across the finish line in one of the riding contests at the Dayton Play Pen play day Sunday. Miss Stickley and Flash took top honors in the junior division. A good turnout of horses and riders took part in the play day Sunday at the Dayton Play Pen riding arena across the road from Taking top,junior~g~ors was / ~a- l start at "< Pacific Northwest Bell on Barbara Stickley with top senior honors going to Julie Olli. The two girls received bridles as their first place awards. Riders participated in mode than 20 performance and garr~ events. Judging the performance events was Mrs. Georgia Brown. Judging the game events was Mrs. (;ale Edmiston, with A1 Hildebrandt as timer. First place winners in the various events were: Western Pleasure, open, Doreen Lee. Bareback horsemanship, open, Terri Sievert. Pony equitation (for small children) Rex Wilson. Western Equitation, junior, Barbara Stickley. Western Equitation, senior, Jodi Stickley. Pole Bending, junior, Barbara Stickley. Pole Bending, senior, Julie Olli. Sack race, pony class, Billy Schroeder and Rex Wilson. Sack race, open, Julie Olli and Terri Lick. Key hole, junior, Cherie Tibbits. Key hole, senior, Julie Olli. Fou r-m an bareback rescue team, Georgia Brown, Denny Combs, Rodney LeGarde and Ken Evans. Figure 8 state race, junior, Barbara Stickley. Figure 8 state race, senior, Georgia Brown. Scurry, open, Ken Evans. Four-man team flag race, _ Liana Ford, Tami Ford, Deb Aumend and Cherie Tibbits. Texas barrels, junior, first, Deb Aumend. , Texas .b, arrls, senior,, Carol ,LeGarde. Tandem bareback, open, Terri Sievert and Linda Hildebrandt. Grocery race, pony class, Tami Fleshman. Grocery race, junior, Barbara Stickley. Grocery race, senior, Dennis Combs. Grocery race, senior, Rodney LeGarde. Adoption, Child Care & Counseling SH State-Wide Service ' West Central Branch 201 S. 34th St. Tacoma, Washington 98408 -- GR 2-3355 Shelton Armory . * FRI AUG II T6 featuring the Pictured left to right, sitting: Chris Clinton, 20, Bass Guitar; Jim Reeder, 20, drums and percussion; Ed Yasquez, 21, lead guitar. Standing: Jim Kelly, 19, guitar and vocals. Sponsored by C.Y.O. Admission $2 Each "Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 5, 1971 By DEE WILLIAMSON This past week Smokey and l made a visit to Panhandle 4-H camp. Smokey reminded the girls of the beauty of our forest and and how they can do their part in helping us keep it clean. There were some bad forest fires in the Hoodsport area recently. These fires were reported as being man caused. I've spent the last four days in Seattle, visiting Seafair. When I got home and heard the news of the Hoodsport fire, it was really a disappointment. If you only knew how lucky we are here to be able to look out our window and see a tree, or drive just a mile or two and be in the middle of a forest. At Seattle there were other buildings to look at out your window, and I don't think I'm going too far to say that the nearest trees were at the local park in town. To look at the past, and what can happen in the future, think of this. Last year 80,000 acres in Washington alone were ravaged by wild fire. More than 1,100 of those fires were man-caused and therefore preventable. Only 32 per cent of those fires were caused by lightning, while man was responsible for 68 per cent. Don't let this happen to our forests again. Just by being careful in the use of fire in the forests and on the range lands of the state, tl~ m a n -c aused prevented. S mokey visitors to use with all fires. smoke only in double sure are out. DouSe be sure everY better yet, do fire in a a safe portable Forest fires - it's up to you! : LOGICAL are the the beacons MRS. GEORGIA BROWN and her horse lean as they make a fast turn around one of the barrels in the Texas Barrel Race at the playday at Dayton Sunday. Mrs. Brown judged the performance events in the morning and then brought her horse out to compete in the games in the afternoon. Rex Gray Is Navy Graduate Navy Fireman Apprentice Rex P. (;ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver (;ray, Lilliwaup, was graduated fromEngineman "A" School at the NavalTraining Center, Great Lakes, 111. HC Chain Is Graduated Airman First Class Randall C. Schneckloth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Schneckloth of Belfair, Wash., has graduated at Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, Tex., from the U. S. Air Force communications operations specialist course. The airman was trained to operate communications security equipment used to monitor electrical USAF communications to d~tect improper procedures and faqRy c~;yp~tographic.devLce~. He is be)rng assigned to lraklion Air Station, Crete, for duty with a unit of the U. S. Air Force Security Service which provides security for Air Force global communications systems. Airman Schneckloth is a 1970 graduate of North Mason High School. Aut~ ct/thng chairl hght or heavy'd A, for quick 'n Automatic the i plest, most reliable clutch Come in and see the 150-- world's best chain saw va It has all the tures you'd on more models. ~" 1306 tl You are more than an electric consumer in this town... You are one of the people who own this consumer-owned electric utility. Most of the people in the U.S. buy their electricity from private power companies owned by investors who usually live outside the community served. Here, you and your neighbors own the local electric utility. You are the "stock-.. ' ' holders", and you get the dividends. Among those dividends from public ownership are: Local control, with people here making the decisions and operating the system... Low rates, with electricity sold to you without a profit to outside owners, and with all the benefits going to local consumers... Better service, with your interest and needs coming first ,, And responsiveness to local needs. MASON COUNTY P.U.D. No. 3 Edwin Taylor, President Harold W. Parker, Vice President Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Samples, Manager