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August 26, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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RAY WARREN'S FBECKWITH'? JEWELRY and First Grade 8helton School at the time In order that to school as Possible each into small day in first and second pupils. lrten students 101 (East bussed to the they will by Mrs. a.m. to this group to School. begin with Sept. 3. any questions er Bordeaux, School. Sept 1, Parsons: This Sept. 2, but regular session ):50 a.rn. Glen Ayers, Brian 3Ykerk. - Mrs. will not for on Sept. 3, rn Colleen Connelly, I Dugger, 45 p.m. - Mrs. Will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for regular session on Sept. 3, 1-3 p.m. Toni Adams, Brenda Brown, Rebecca Coleman, Melissa Doyle. Sept. 1, 2-2:45 p.m. - Mrs. Miller: This group will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for regular session Sept. 3, 1-3 p.m. Christopher Gordon, Kris Kiser, Christine Michaelis, Flora Musgrove, Jamie Musgrove. Sept. 2, 9-9:45 a.m. - Mrs. Parsons: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Candace Greenwood, Brenda Kinnaird, Tricia McKague, Darlene Morris, DeAnn Morris. Sept. 2, 10-10:45 a.m.- Mrs. Parsons: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Carolyn Putvin, Susan Seal, Mark Squire, Roger Striplin, Howard Wilson. Sept. 2, 1-1:45 p.m. -Mrs. Miller: This group will return for regular sessions beginning S@t. 3, 1-3 p.m. Jill Osterman, James Pharris, Cami Rhodes, Michael Riker, Eric Robertson. Sept. 2, 2-2:45 p.m. - Mrs. Miller: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Friday, Sept. 3, 1-3 p.m. Jill Sewell, Roberta Smith, Brian Strachila, Paula Zangl. EVERGREEN SCHOOL: Sept. 1, 8:45-9:30 a.m.- Mrs. Krogh: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 8:50-10:45 a.m. Robert Albaugh, Jennifer Coon, Tony Dickinson, Leah Glavin, Kimberly Harvey, Robert Haselwood. Sept. 1, 9:45-10:30 a.m. - Mrs. Krogh: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 8:50-10:45 a.m. Charles Hitchings, Annette Johnson, Lori Kimball, Cindy King, Lisa Lane, Brian Lund. Sept. 1, 10:45-11:30 a.m.- Mrs. Thacher: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Jeffrey Bourne, David Cruickshank, Deborah Cuzick, Michael Friend. Sept. 1, 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Mrs. Thacher: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session on Sept. 3, 10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Sherry Harding, Julie Hathaway, Nicholas Hendricks, Lisa LaMont. Sept. 1, 12:50-1:30 p.m.- Mrs. Krogh: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session on Sept. 3, 12:50-2:50 p.m. Wade Calvin, Dean Cooney, Teresa Dagle, Christopher Drebis. Sept. 1, 1:45-2:30 p.m. - Mrs. Krogh: This group will not attend school Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, t2:50-2:50 p.m. Lisa Emmett, Hugh Everett, Michael Hart, Joni Himlie, Jonathan Hurlbert. Sept. 2, 8:45-9:30 a.m. - Mrs. Krogh: This group will return for regular sessions irl ISl Fair mokey Bear I bet he kids at the The rangers )% by passing onaic books, Bear pins. ~Ood lob of ~tic as provided stopped by to visit with us. It was really encouraging to see how the little kids responded to the Keep Washington Green message. Many were a little frightened at the thought of shaking hands with a real live Smokey Bear, but usually with a little encouragement they were more than willing to make friends with Smokey. One little girl even by and pick up the free materials and then move on without a single thought of Keep Washington Green. Even though we weren't raffling anything off, our message is too vital to glance at and then proceed to forget. If you stop and think about it, everyone wins if our community and state are kept green. EACH YEAR enough timber 3rnpany andslipped and called SmokeyjSanta is destroyed to supply the at the lively Claus. building needs of a city of over a from the I hope that the people who quarter of a million people. dren who visited our booth didn't just pass So remember, only you can prevent forest fires. to Classify nished or available, Lawton Too Late to Classify USED MARK V Shopsmith, nice condition, $125.00. Phone 426-4719. B8/26 )NS for train a so need 8/26 :D motor, good Re ~r house, Phone p.m. COINS BOUGHT and sold. Estimate appraisal of coins., By appointment only. Olympic Gateway. George T. Booth, 426-4719. B8/26tfn TWO 5 H.P. Bonanza mini-bikes, one McCulloch competition go-kart, 91/2 h.p. 426-1067 after 5 p.m. W8/26-9/2 12' x 14' gold nylon carpet with pad, chest of drawers, canister vacuum, French doors, 426-6937. B8/26 many and Olive ~YOnier our -~rs and g our '64 HONDA 300. Excellent condition, trade for fibre glass boat or sell for $350. 426-1032. 1962 Ford Falcon to use for parts, rebuilt motor. $65. N8/26-9/16 ~ safe. hone TOWING lilr0ad No Dance Limit 1-Per I ~ustomer 707 S. 1st. The Salty Sashayers' regular Saturday night square dance will be cancelled to enable members to attend the Logan Hill bevrefit dance. The caravan will meet at 7 ~.m. on the parking lot of the ~h~ri~way store, beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:45 a.m. Julie Nelson, Melissa Nesbitt, Tony Norris, Richard Rich, Mark Soper, Darina Stidd. Sept. 2, 9:45-10:30 a.m. - Mrs. Krogh: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:45 a.m. Sheila Stuart, Charmayne Taylor, Rachel Williams, Christopher Willis, Stacie Walden, Lawrence Wright. Sept. 2, 10:45-11:30 a.m. - Mrs. Thacher: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Nathan Morris, Edgar Walker, Adam Weber. Sept. 2, 12:50-1:30 p.m.- Mrs. Krogh: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 12:50-2:50 p.m. Diana Kozlowske,. Donald Kozlowske, Tammy Luft, Lisa Ogden, Karen Robinson. Sept. 2, 1:45-2:30 p.m. - Mrs. Krogh: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 12:50-2:50 p.m. LaMar Schleich, Frank Smith, Jodi Whitney, Barbara Yarber. MT. VIEW SCHOOL, Mrs. Sparks: Sept. 1, 9-9:45 a.m. This group will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Cameron Balsiger, Robyn Borden, Thomas Chambers, Tammy Chapman. Sept. 1, 10-10:45 a.m. This group will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Laura Evans, Connie Goodburn, Miriam Gorman, Cindy Johnson, Alan Lauber. Sept. 1, 1-1:45 p.m. This group will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 12:50-3 p.m. Thor Anderson, Joanne Banks, Mark Bloedel, Robert Bisser. Sept. 1, 2-2:45 p.m. This group will not attend Sept. 2, but will return for full session Sept. 3, 12:50-3 p.m. Daniel Byrne, Robin Castle, Roland Dame, William Davison, Joseph Diaz. Sept. 2, 9-9:45 a.m. This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Mollie Lusignan, Debby Paulsen, Wayne Savage, Herman Scherer, Vicki Slusher. Sept. 2, 10-10:45 a.m. This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 8:50-10:50 a.m. Regan Smith, Mitchel Townsend, David Ward, James White, Robert Zachry. Sept, 2, 1-1:45 a.m. This ........ br~oup .!will. rett~rn, for. ~eguLaz Fraternal Captains and Officers Meeting 8 p.m., Timber Bowl your with 1.GALLON OF WITH PURCHASE OF FOUR ,_GALLONS OF ANY PAINT Special Opening Prices haterior Latex Paint Exterior Latex House Paint S470oa, Choose Your Own Equipment from Our Rental Department eCompressors Sandblasters ePaint Pumps eLarge Drop Cloths Electric Hoist Ladders Safway Steel & Aluminum Scaffolding 426-1676 sessions beginning Sept. 3, 12:50-3 p.m. Dave Elledge, David Fitchitt, Lenny Hedgers, Keith Hickam, Julia McKee. Sept. 2, 2-2:45: This group will return for regular sessions beginning Sept. 3, 12:50-3 p.m. Ross Morken, Marvis Savage, Anthony Smith, Charles Smith, Carmen Stark. FIRST GRADE, Sept. 1 : BORDEAUX SCHOOL: Mrs. Bennett - 9-11:30 a.m. - Room 111 Katherine Bykerk, Marcia Carrington, Catherine Christy, Darren Crossan, Lucy Evankovich, Edward Gordon, Cindy Harger, Ricky Hines, Charles Howe, Chad Jacobson. Mrs. Bennett - 12:20-3 p.m. - Room 111 Roxsan Kinnaird, Paul Knight, Raymond Krise, Tracy McCoy, Jeffrey Martin, Lisa Miljour, Jack Morrison, Ronald Weaver, Tammy Yargus, Patrick Zamzow. Mrs. Case - 9-11:30 a.m.- Room 110 Lisa Auseth, Cindy Bailey,Julie Bartz, Donald Coates,Rabble Combs, Mark Doyle, Patrick Gigstead, Carl Goodburn, Stephen Kamin, Darren Keith. Mrs. Case - 12:20-3 p.m. - Room 110 Loft Kimbel, Jeffrey Krona, Christine Lewis, Shelly Manning, Michelle Matson, Paul Nelson, Tammy Taffera, Shebby Weddle, Patricia Wittenberg, Robby Young. Miss Hart - 9-11:30 a.m. - Room 109 Jean Chapman, Holli Coleman, Teana Davidson, Lynnann Demmon, Daren Depoe, Steven Henry, Jodi Kadoun, Scott Lisk, Stephen O'Leary, Melvin Perrine. Miss Hart - 12:20-3 p.m. - Room 109 Brady Ponischil, Lisa Rivera, Bryan Roof, Vernon Sanchez, Billy Schroeder, Valerie Smith, Russell Strutz, Shelly Twiddy, Andrea Warren. EVERGREEN SCHOOL: Mrs. Eken - 9-11:30 a.m. Linnie Bryan, John Carle, Charlene Cuzick, Cecile Elson, Patricia Gibson, Dottle Goldsby, Marjorie Gouley, Linda tlarvey, Jennifer Herschback, Tim Higgins, Ann Hitchings, Steven Johnson. Mrs. Eken - 12:20-2:50 p.m. Kenny Larson, Charles Lear, Dan McHenry, Tracy Miller, Dorothy Munson, Teresa Nichols, Kevin Parker, Danny Rollins, Darren Thacher, Colleen Torres, Kim Van Cleave, Teddy Vanders, Rodney Vercher. Mrs. Snyder - 9-11:30 a.m. Sharon Amann, Wyatt Bragg, Robin Cooney, Darren Devaney, Tony Fisher, Lori Frey, Patrick Glavin, Tereisa Haselwood, Danny Johnson, Cora Kozlowske, Liza Lovgren, Mark Medcalf, Kerrie Moorehead. Mrs. Snyder - 12:20-2:50 p.m. Jeff Phipps, David Randleas, Mark Roger~, Kyle Rohwein, Kevin Rose, Garna Schleich, Debra Schoening, Dallas Shawver, Mark Stewart, Doyle Strate, Teresa Torres. Nita Warnes, Shelly Willis. MT. VIEW SCHOOL: Mrs. Dickinson - 9-11:30 a.m. ale Anderson, Matthew Borden, Lisa Byrd, Lauri Chapman, Marty Crow, Joe DeFrates,Richard Dickinson, Ronda Dundes, Warren Evers, Rene Fredson. Mrs. Dickinson - 12:20-3 5th & Franklin * 426-3283 p.m. Kippy Goodwin, Scott Hankins, Bonnie Kanzier, Margo Lindberg, Gina McMorris, Kenny Rasmussen, Shaft Simpson, J. R. Smith, Roxie Smith, Mark Story, Bonnie Woods. Room 1 - 9-11:30 a.m. Scott Anglin, Jeff Beacraft, Tammy Bernert, Mike Caldwell, Delores Challender, Todd Hanson, Mike Holt, Rita Homan, Eric Kruger. Room l - 12:20-3 p.m. Brian Lock, Mike McCord, Kathleen Miljour, Katrina Newman, Alicen Powell, Jamie Raymond, Chuck Smith, Vicki Watilo, Steve White, Shaun Wolden. Room 2 - 9-11:30 a.m. Phil Adams, Desiree Chapman, Bill Clark, Brad Glover, Greg Griffis, Tammy Hanson, Connie Hedgers, Darlene Honstain, Ricky Hurley, Darren Kingery. Room 2 - 12:20-3 p.m. Paula Mak, Lori Slusher, Gary Tullar, Sandra Turner, Charlene Velkov, Mark Warren, Stephen West, Patrick Wheeler, Eddie Wilburn, Ricky Willis. THE ESSENCE of belief is the establishment of a habit. Charles S. Peirce TO SELL YOUR HOME Call 426-2646 Jl~2 /o/ WASHER 8 cycles, 3-speed combinations, 5 wash-rinse tem ps, i nfinite water level control plus many other set 'n' forget features. Reg. $229.95. DRYER 3-heat selections, removable rack, lO-min, cool down for durable press, 5-min. cool down for others, plus many other set 'n' forget features. Reg. $169.95. 88* *$5.00 more for color. 417 Railroad 426-2692 AI Browning, Owner '69 01ds Luxuq Sedan ~ ~'~-~Ful I power, vinyl roof. R egttlarly $3295. NOW '69 Ambassador Sedan Full equipment including Air Conditioning. Regularly $2095. NOW '69 Chev Ton Pickup V-8, 4-speed, 7:OOx15 tires, heavy duty suspension, long si895 box. Regularly $2295. NOW '67 01ds 98 Luxury Sedan Full power, vinyl roof. Regularly $1995. NOW '67 Ford F-100 Pickup '56 $tude 3/4 Ton Pickup V-8 NOW '65 Ford Galaxie 500 Hdtp. Cpe. V-8, Dower steering, cruise-o-matic, radio. Regularly $995. NOW '70 Impala $pt. Cpe Regularly $2795. NOW '69 farina $pt. Cpe. 302 V-8, Air Conditioning, radio, vinyl roof. Regularly $2195. NOW '68 01ds 98 Hd. Cpe. Full power including seats and windows. Regularly $2195. NOW '67 Mustang Cpe. V-8, cruis-o-matic, power steering, radio. Regularly $1495. NOW '61 Dodge Sedan '67 01ds Vista (:ruiser Hydra-matic, radio, power steering & brakes, trailer package. Regularly $2095. NOW New 71 Vega's New 71 Nova's New '71 Malibu's New '71 Wagon's '70 Maverick Automatic transmission, big "6", radio, Regularly $1795. NOW '69 Chev Bel Air V-8, radio, power steering, power glide. Regularly $1795..ow)1595 '67 Int. I100 Pickup Big "6", automatic, power steering, radio. Regularly $1595. NOW '67 VW Wagon Regularly $1395. NOW '59 Ford 4.Dr. '68 Camaro 327 V-B, Powerglide, power steering, radio, console, vinyl top. Regularly $2095. NOW New 71 Pickups New '71 Campers New 71 Dreamliner New '71 Olds' Prices Have Melted! '71's must be moved . .Excise Tax refund direct from manufacturer, if repeal. DON'T WAIT!!! See the Number 1 Servuce Dept. for Complete Service I Parts & Service, Mon.-Sat. Daily Rental-Service At.I.C. 1st and Grove Thursday, August 26, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9