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August 19, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 19, 1971

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..... ................ Horse Count Is In County Are KRAMER as ,: Teachers from Faith ~ The Mason County ExtensionWashington from states actually an easily read, straight forward Lutheran Church and the United Office expressed appreciation to vaccinating with VEE vaccine. iiwanis h ' account, It gives basic Methodist Church will join horse owners in the county this 5. A VEE vaccine is being o theShelton information on drugs- what they together Aug 23, to begin the ~ ~ week for their prompt replies to produced under a special license the purchase of are, how they are used and '~ 1 97 1 Vacation Bible School. the horse "census questionaire by Jen-Sal but is not available for )nae of the titles misused and what constitutes .~ ...... ~ Childrenfrom four yearsold ~ which was sent out last week.use outside the 11 states at this Particularly drug abuse and drug addiction. ~ through the sixth gradeare :,~ YOUng people Drug Abuse and Addiction by County A~ent Harold VanDe time. Authorization for the use of Barbara Milbauser is an objective invited to be a part of the Should Know treatment of social, medical, legal ~ week-long school which includes Rift said that as of Tuesday, his the vaccine in Washington has not Bible Study, singing, hand-crafts, office had tallied 758 horses in been granted. by Charles and psychological aspects of drug recreation, refreshments, the county. 6. The Washington State Samuel T. use, abuse and addiction. ~ The study theme this year is The census was made to Patrol is assisting the Washington he plain factsIncorporating material from ,k~ \ determine the number of horses State Department of Agriculture LSD, interviews with authorities, "Family ', a series produced by ....... Augsburg Publishing House. Tile ........... "~ alcohol and students will be shown that God ~"~ of the various cares for the family, and calls, in 2S, of drug lScussed and people tr personal drugs are experts, drug users and parents the author describes the many kinds of drugs, the mental and physical effects of each, and both physical and psychological drug dependence and examines the life patterns of four middle-class addicts. This is just a small sample of the books on drug education that will be available for both young people and adults at the Shelton Public Library thanks to the generosity of the Kiwanis Club. The library is open noon to 5:30 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Friday. ?: :: turn, each family member to care ~- .... / for one another and for families 1 around the world. Some of the / questions to be pondered are:Lt. Col. Bruce E. Jorgenson What is God's plan for families? What brings a family J.or, oerlsor together? How can family Drum by members care for each other? story of a Where does the generation gapP"ll/%,IAI'I'eFIPJs about the start? How can you help your father at family enjoy life? How does God SChOOl dope fit into your family living? ring The school begins Aug. 23 at 9 a.m. for registration. On Army National Guard and You is Tuesday through Friday starting Lieutenant Colonel Bruce E. time is 9:30. Pre-school children Jor,genson of Shelton completed ...... attend until noon, while first July 24 the final phase of the VINCE HIMLIE, left, president of the Shelton Rotary Club through sixth graders continue in command and general staff officer talks with Harry Brenn, Sequim, Rotary District Governor, a second session until 2 p.m.course at the U. S. Army Older children are to bring a sack command and general staff during a recent visit Brenn made to the Shelton Club. lunch each day. Registration is $1 college at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. per child or $3 per familytohelp Col. Jorgenson was one of defray material costs and for a 393 U.S. officers completing the K T y-o'a r-- mission project overseas, course Veterans and their dependents All children are welcome to The course is organized into often used are frequently confused over join in the week. 1 0 phases and given over a their official these two VA benefits, Mullen five-year period either by different, j. explained, correspondence or through the U. Director of Payments for compensation Harry B renn, Sequim, what Rotary is doing to assist in !)11'I1e Set s. Army reserve school system. The final two-week phase is said may go to a veteran, if he has Governor of Rotary District 502, international understanding. been disabled by an injury or a visited the Shelton Rotary Club He ,net during the day with O111 I,Iorstine conducted at Ft. Leavenworth. explained, disease that originated or was The training is designed to or aggravated while he was in active last Thursday. Vince tlimlie, president, and M.Ike and Pauline Carlson, prepare selected officers for military military service. When death In a speech at the club's noon M. (Bud) Lyon, secretary of the Alam eda, Calif., who are responsible positions at division results from military service or luncheon meeting, Brenn stressed Shelton Rotary Club and with vacationing on their property on and support command levels. It hand, is from a service connected the theme of Rotary this yearclub committeemen to go over Harstine Island are holding aalso provides them with an "good will begins with you" and plans for the club's activities for dance at the Harstine Community understanding of the duties of need to disability after service, the coming year. tlall Saturday evening, corps and field army general staff or their compensation payments go to the It was announced during Dancing to live music willo f f i c e r s, a n d o f a r m y When the veteran's unremarried widow or Brenn's visit that Rotary start about 9 p.m. participation in joint and nttraceatlyble dependents. Income from other sources is not considered. Liquor License International President Ernst G.Mr. and. Mrs. Carlson invite all combined operations. Jorgenson Breitholtz of Sweden will visit the their friends to join them at the and his wife, Louise, live at 328 or When he Payments for pension may be A Class H liquor license to sell Tacoma area in September. community hall. W. Satsop, Shetton. made to eligible veterans or surviving dependents whose liquor by the drink has been issued to the Shelton Moose - incomes fall below levels set by Lodge, the State Liquor Control law. The amount of the pension Board announced this week. varies with the recipient's income Qins Difference Payments for veterans dies of such causes. from other sources. Information on these benefits f, Son of Mr. and other Veterans AT HLETE'b I=OOT GERM ernbroff ofAdministration programs may be HOW TO KILL IT IN ONE HOUR has been obtained from any VA office Strong, quick-drying T-4-L checks itch [ in and burning or your 59c back at any drug counter. Then, in 3-5 days watch iBfe~:te~ skin slough oft. Watch atr traffic -t~4Y ' HEAL skin appear! NOW at Rota Wins ,r Force itl H kids! of She.on Logger I e ey, lieutenantDon Rota, Tenino, who drives Pick up that egree in a truck which services this area the for a beer distributor, won the Morton Logger's .Jubilee in 1970 championship for the third year of Officer ICkland AFB, in a row this past weekend. He placed first in log at the chopping, first in power saw nia second, along with partner Jim Marrier, in hand falling. Friday & Saturday nouncl n i,, .... / ) 50 Reg. $1. Nylon bikinis Reg. $4. Full slips of Reg. $3. Half slips of with lace and nylon tricot in two nylon tricot in two embroidery trim. White styles. Mini length for styles. Mini length for and pastels. S-M-L. sizes 32 to 36. sizes XS-S-M. for $ Reg. $3. Bra of nylon 'cotton with polyester fiberfil padding. Elasti- cized with nylon/ spandex. A, 32-38: \ SCHOOL SUPPLIES ! Wed., Aug. 18 thru Tues., Aug. 31st. The values are here every day. ;th and Railroad * Shelton shop Daily 9:30/5:30 - Shop Fridays 9:30 to 8:30 P.M. in case of the need for a nation-wide vaccination program to stop the spread of Venezuelan Equine Encephalamyelitis (VEE) which has been found in Texas. The latest facts on VEE are given by J. K. Atwell, state-federal veterinarian. 1. The disease has not been diagnosed outside Texas at this time. 2. Federal quarantines have been placed on Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and New Mexico. 3. Vaccination with the experimental VEE vaccine has been authorized in the quarantined states and the states of California, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. 4. Until further notice a total embargo has been placed against all horses entering the State of in enforcing the embargo by stopping horse traffic entering the State to determine if they have proper health certificates. Call 426-2646 Azrock Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tile 12x12. 4 patterns a~ailable. Reg,. 25 ea. Sq. Webtex Floor Covenng Adhe=ve All purpose, Reg. $6.20 ........ Now Gal. FREE ADHESIVE SPREADER With every box (45 squares) of tile! 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 Draperies made-to-measure from fabrics in over 70 styles, 700 :.ecorator colors. Finest quality precision workmanship and fine detailing ensures fitting your windows exactly. [ l! ..: ": 2); ;:2_,~. ............ ~ }q T o To Measure: Width: measure from (G) to (H), or width of installed drapery rod. Length: For ceiling to floor length, measure (A) to (B). For regular floor length measure (C) to (D). For sill length measure from (E) to.(F). Add 3 inches if you want below-sill length Bring these measurements in and we will recommend the proper size draperies. Sale prices effective through Saturday. JCPenney The values are here every day. Thursday, August 19, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9