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August 26, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 26, 1971

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Talk Slated For Grange Rear Admiral William Butler, USN Retired, will present comments from the service point of view on the "Sale of the Pentagon" at a meeting of the Fair Harbor Grange to be held at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the Grapeview fire hall. A potluck supper will be served at 6 p.m. Winners Named For Bridge Club Winners at the Monday night meeting of the Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club were, for North-South, Doris and Roy Christy, and Bob Elliot and Bruce Kreger. East-West winners were Kay Jackson and Elsa Schlosser, and Ann Batchelor and Shirley Byrne. Meeting Planned Robert Griffith Owens and Vicki Leigh Owens, both of Council To Meet At Noon Potluck Today, Thursday, August 26 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Rummage Sale, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., PUD. Boy Scout Troop No. 112. Rummage Garage Sale, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Latter Day Saints Church. 1427 Boundary St. Golden Age Club, 6 p.m., Memorial Hall. Friday, August 27 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m. - Timbers Restaurant. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall. Mason County Senior Citizens Council noon potluck at the Multi-service Center. Rummage garage sale, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Latter Day Saints Church, 1427 Boundary St. Shelton Art Club, 7:30 p.m., PUD. Thursday, Sept. 2 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cute. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Yacht Club dinner, 6 p.m., business meeting, 8 p.m., at the clubhouse. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center• DPW, noon, Lake Limerick Inn. Fair Harbor Grange, potluck at 6 p.m., meeting at 7:30 p.m., Grapeview Fire Hall. Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Don Aitken. VWWI Madrona Barracks No. 1462 and auxiliary noon potluck and meeting, Memorial Hall. Rummage Sale, PUD, VFW auxiliary• Mason County Senior Citizen Council will meet for a noon potluck dinner on Friday in the Multi-service Center at second and Grove streets• Each person should bring a place setting• Meeting Veterans of World War I Madrona Barracks No. 1462 and auxiliary will meet in the Memorial Hall next Thursday for a noon potluck followed by a business meeting and entertainment• Potluck Planned Welcome Chapter DES Social Club will meet on September 7 for a noon potluck luncheon in the Masonic Temple. DPW To Meet By David Ray Saturday, August 28 Daughters of the Pioneers of Les Okonek The David Ray Orthopedic Rummage garage sale, 9 a.m. Washington will meet in Lake Auxiliary will meet next -6 p.m., Latter Day Saints ~ Thursday.Limerick Inn at noon nextI I ea e Soot I Thursday at 10 a.m. in the home Church, 1427 Boundary St. I of Mrs. Arthur Krause, Union, to Moose Dance, at the Lodge, 8 discuss plans for a rummage sale p.m. - 2 a.m. Breakfast at 2 a.m. to be held September 9th in the Sunday, August 29 t j~AN DI~ANFO~RD 1 Sale Scheduled ~ii~i:i ~i,i PUD auditorium. Shelton churches invite you ' to attend the church of your A oarage rummage sale will be sponsored by the Latter Day choice. By Saints Church from 9 a.m. to 6 Shelton Students Monday, August 30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and POD No. 3 commission "~al Saturday at 1427 Boundary St. To Win Degrees meeting, 1 p.m., PUD conference room. there is a machine that writes all a matter of working together• experience Shelton, are summer quarter JAYNI HUNTER has worked diliqently to train her Arabian candidates for degrees in gelding, "Gha-Rok". education at Central Washington State College. County commission meeting, 10 a.m., court house. Shelton Bridge Club, 7:15 p.m., PUD auditorium. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847 for pickups• poetry; he's not bad, either. Although the output of this precocious piece of paraphernalia has not as yet won any Pulitzer prizes, it rivals the finest examples to be found in avant-guarde Calliopsis Is He cites as an example the does accomplishments of our nation in those who are the space race. educahon. "There's nothing that we Although can't do," he states, "if we all that many ly Grown work together." college dc It's About Time Tops, 7 p.m., literary quarterlies. Les Okonek, who is majoring minimum "-'Jaynl Hunter"'J~,aesAm~l.iA kj.~ral[~ ~,~ i .i- ~ JR I1 County HealthGffice. The machine has a vocabulary Calliopsis, the name usually in civil engineering, has been is convi.~ '-e ~,~a|e | 0 l~e Me|a. Tuesday;, Auousto 31 of 850 words and is programmed g'lven to the annual form of employed by the Mason County really tries.n_, coreops~s, ~s one of the easmst H~ wa De r n nee w~tla-" 'Tve been riding as long as l training was subsequently Boy Scout Troop No. 112 will Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, for .32 possible grammatical lants ioSu ~an ow " "ugly y pa tme t for the past cha " can remember," says 14-year-old accomplished by Jayniherself.hold a rummage sale in the PUD Timbers Restaurant structures. .. • . p y gr fou summers any sort. auditorium from10 a.m. to 2 Cit- commission meetin" 8 One of his better eIzorts Is . ,, , " ,, ,)i J ay n i H unter who was Fadena's daughter, Sabrina, is p.m. today, pm, c[tyhall ~' entitled"Roses". Just drop the seeds in That s my certificate to A lot theground anywhere that there's college," he laughs. "I work as a undoubtedl/ participating in parades as a now three years old, and her kindergartener, training has been started. Jayni Joint meeting Shelton Moose .~ sun. Soil makes no difference, surveyor's helper which is space,"here~: goodor bad will do. And no real excellent experience, as I may go more usefu Her mother, Mrs. Jim Hunter, also has trained a pony for a [,~n .... a WnT~ "7 n m ~t th~ ~ew fingers go like narrow laughs, - 1 el~ recalls vividly how she held her neighbor. ~ . ~! t .!- A • . ~,,~ ............ , - v ..... , ......An ear won't keep few fishes, care is needed, into this field as a career." He finds breath when the precocious Riding is a family affair for /l~rr t~|UD |O ~eer lunge. Who is that rose in The odd common name of He studies statics, stress and within the scl four-year-old, mounted bareback the Hunters. With older brotherThe Shelton Art Club will Wednesday, Sept. 1 that blind house? tickseed comes from the structures, calculus 172, strong feelV! f the seeds which chemist 1 to exte~ on a 1 6-and-a-half hand Curt and younger brother Greg, meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., And all slim, gracious blindappearance o , " " ry 02 and physics 201. regard i Morgan-Thoroughbred mare, Jayni and her parents make the PUD building. Multi-service Center. planes are coming, impressed early botanists as being Next summer he will spend eight Les is ~ The cry badly along a rose, bug-like, weeks in a summer surveying Edward J. t)~, galloped,,showingmadlYoff,,aroundfor thevisitingfarm, onfrequenthorseback.trips intoA packhorsethe mountainScarries ~ ~ To lead is stuffy, to crawl Flowers are showy and appear camp. One semester in addition to and he has , ~ wastender, all through the summer Most are his senior year will earn for him Richard, who children• sleeping bagsand dehydrated ~ ~'S]ll~rO~e ~bef~olr¢~'slae~ food. ~, ~ ~ The icy fingers of premonltion yel!Ow with the base of each petal his degree. He will then decide "I'll det~,i ..... ~'~,~;-"~l~'l~r~h'~X'~"g~r. ~"i""*~d:renily rough it," Jayni ~~ ...... ~"~ ~ pluekuponmyheartstringsadirBeadeepm~ar00n, whether or not to specialize.: ;. Pacifi'e'NoJ '14irst ~e ~n the saddle in declares. ~ -• ~.~. ~ "~ ~' of potential doom as I peruse the T h e r e a r e b o t h Les Okonek believes in Okonek, "bUI trent oi her dad. and soon tter other activities include .... ~ poignant pennings of the double-flowered and single personal integrityand freedom, a while aft e2~ progressed to riding alone and piano lessons. She has studied Auto-Beatnik. flowered forms in tall and short "I think it is very important," may be dra~: heights The tall grows to 3 feet he declares "t t He enjoys unassisted, although she with Mrs. Louie Larson for six .... , . , " • , ha each person do n occasionally dismounted with an years. She is a member of the i/~!:::: I am with envy and the dwarf to only 8 inches what he re ,, n,~, waterskii g • all: wants to .... f he , , e n t i r e 1 y u n i n t e n t i o n al Baptist Church and attended this Turning green Use the tall ones for cutting; has a ,,oal, he should have the "I d r~ somersault." summer the Bible Camp held for a As I behold the the short foredgingbeds or opportunity to pursue it;if he has anywh.ere bl borders no retains When Jayni was six years old week at Ocean Park, and she also ....... ....... . • goal, he should be free to ma" • Verse Machine You can usually buy seeds of mdul e m ~dlene t 1 h her parents considered her took a course of tennis lessons in ~i~~:~~ ..... ...... ~ " g, • " ss ifh's isis the tall growers only in mixture c~.~:_e , r'-----_ ,~, capable of handling a spirited Shelton. She was a student in the The sorry fact • . I TO of colors of single flowered or Okone o horse and purchased for her the Christian Charm Course I long have faced - k c nsiders college as I ~.~L Arabian mare Fadena. For theconducted by Pat Johnson. She That I, indeed, could double-flowered or both types. "a fantastic way to get ahead".I ~OU~ But the shorter vanetles have past six years Jayni has been snow skiis and water skiis. Be replaced. " ' He enrolled with an open mind. I 1,1~| active in 4-H work, and she is aJayni, who will be in the ~i~ names; Tiger Star and Golden Ray"Had I decided that 1 didn't I "'- being two of them Both of these h member of the Valley Vacqueros, ninth grade when school resumes, Yet would I bow " • "ke it, after the first quarter I I .. the clubEadena, headed ridden by her bym°ther" Jayni in was Associated votedstudent secretary Body and of she the To budding Poe mounds grow 8 inches of color tall. and T~ger " form Starlittle has wasn t would , have that _ Quit way. I ," he says really _ , "but like it [I"Hllllll ,,__.1: Or Parker gladly, numerous shows, has produced is president of Girl s League, as But I know crimson blooms with mottlings of college, and feel that this is a [ |v--- old, Golden Ra has yellow o o two quality foa!s. Gha-Rok, well asacheerleader. ~ ::::~:i::~i g " Y g d time to acquire my I ~ known as "Gay', is now a Both Fadena and Gha have I'd yield my desk flowers w~th" a crimson" eye zone. schooling. Hopefully, things will six-year-old, and was shown for been ridden by Jayni in the drill ~;:!~:~:~ ~ "::i~i~g~i With much chagrin the first timelastyear, takinga team instructed byMrs. Hunter. / .--- ---. l -7 --- blue ribbon in fitting and showing 'I don't know what I d have "GHA IS SCHOOLED in the riding arena on the Hunter To a haughty, heartless and a blue in equitation. He rated done with a daughter who didn t farm. Jayni handles him almost exclusively. Hunk of tin. only a white in trail horse like horses, Jayni's motherrI ~~. ~~~ competition, as hewasafraidof admits. 1 |ERKSHIRE -- SEPTEMB / the obstacles. Miss Hunter rode Fadena to a ~ AUGUST 26 THRU 'He'sjust great at home," Champi°nship in Western / ----l"---. '" / , c ~, Jayni explains, "but that was his equitation at the Mason County AUOUST | ¢ PANTY .os STOCK,NEe first time in strange territory and Fair, and won the reserve ouporl he wastoofrightened." championship in the bareback i Gha won for himself a first competition as well as a blue iPony Club Show and a fourth in!place trophy in equitation at the ribbon in fitting and showing, lSTOCKlNGS REG SALE 3PR. 6PR. 12PR [/ i kSp Horses alwayshavebeenand / oo ecial • the pleasure horse class alwa ', . " ys, will be my greatest ULTRA I DreSSuitrasonSheer 4.256 / !'i' 9 WEEKS C F Although, m concern for the mterest ' Ja nl " ' : _ Ly " , y " maintains. Its l 1554 (154) Heel & Toe 1.35 1.09 3. .50 13.00 / i daughter's safety, her parentswere my dream to own a ranch in Walking Sheer 5 7 | 1556 (333) Stretch ' 1.50 1.19 3.5 .10 14.20 | Sheer Stretch, 15 8 ,first on Gha-Rok's back, all Wyoming." l 14~.8 AGILON Deml Toe 1.75 1.39 4. .30 16.60 | / Dress Sheer ,o |/ BEAI ITY SERVICE • **************************** 1442 ' 1.751.39 0 16.60 ;* * ~" l ~ ~ ~.~'~ ActJonwearStretch -- - = . , Iql 1 = PANTY .OSE / != Shtchery Kns *i"4438 ' oo so,o o.. ,o, s,,-3"001"995"9511"9023"80 i -- 9 " oem rug 2.00 1.59 4.7b .50 19.00 / * 2 - Shampoo-Set, Reg. $7 * 1 - Color, Reg. I • X. from / * 2 - Haircuts, Reg. $5 * 1 - Color Rinse, ;'~~.~ ~ "~ / To Reserve Your Size Send the Coupon Below To: , / [ * I - Permanent, Reg. $9.95 Ber.at ........ "_' ........... 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