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August 26, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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green R Given chairman Goodpaster retired as County 17th a! the Thurston County In a progress report made .... areas except the playfields. Paving District 113 Superintendent in January of this Auditor s Office. The following recently, construction projects for of the academic plaza will begin the new Evergreen State College during August as part of the )n, recently year. He had been County Board-Member Districts will be on were outlined as of the first of newer contract. Both site Mason County Superintendent for 28 years and the ballot. Schools, J.W. prior to that time taught school at Position No. 2 - 4-year term July. improvements programs remain of Hoodsport, Hoodsport. encompassing Rochester, The college will open this fall. on schedule. fill the vacancy The new board member was Central,a, Pe Ell, Boistfort, Adna, The report said: District No. 3. born in Elma, attended high Raymond, South Bend, Willapa Library - 90 per cent all of Mason school in Olympia, and college in Valley, and North River School complete with 163 workmen on 'exception of Pullman and Ellensburg. He Districts. the job. Exterior and roofing l District) plus resides in Hoodsport with hisPosition No. 3 - 2-year work will be completed during r, and Little-wife, Betty, and high-school age unexpired term, encompassing August and interior finishing ~.ts in Thurston daughter, Jan. Southside, Grapeview, Shelton, work will continue. }on will be onAnyone wishing to file for a Mary M. Knight, Kamilche Valley,Lecture Halls - 70 per cent t~ov. 2 election position on the Intermediate Pioneer, Hood Canal, Griffin,complete with 32 workmen on ecl term of two School District Board may do so Tumwater, and Littlerock. the job. August work includes the from September 3 through the Position No. 4 - 4-year term hanging of sheet rock for encompassing the Olympia School auditorium ceilings, installation of District. ear e ceramic tile, testing of mechanical d! Position No. 6- 4-y trm equipment and electrical s ko e Sets encompassing Aberdeen and installation. Hoquiam School Districts. Central Utilities Plant - 88 Anyone filing for a position per cent complete, with 24 )r~ Ceremony onthe I.S.D. 113 Board must ben workmen on the job. Mechanical :on Elks Lodge Lodge here announced this week resident of the area for the equipment will be activated and Institution and they have successfully recruited a position for which they file. electrical equipment connected during August. Window at the sufficient number of new 23. The new m e m b e r s t o m e e t t he requirements of the Grand Lodge has been for the institution of a new lodge. an Elks Leo Nault is in charge of announcements for the institution and initiation ceremonies. The ceremonies will be conducted by the Olympia Elks Lodge and a team from the Grand Lodge. All Elks who are members of other lodges are welcome to demit to the new lodge and will be charter members if their R.N., applications are received before and Nine L. Sept. 15. Shelton and Anyone interested in General becoming a new charter member an advanced can do so by making application graphy in before Sept. 15. 1-13. Application forms can be course, obtained from any currently heart approved new member or from L. Marriott, Ernest Hamlin at Hamlin's Toy ;burg, Fla., and Hobby Shop or Tom Savage In the use ofat Mud Bay Realty. to monitor, Completed application forms agnose heart can be mailed to the lodge at P. O. Box 220 or turned in to s designed for Hamlin or Savage or brought to a raining for meeting on Wednesday nights at and the Shelton Hotel Banquet Room. units and the Montana States Program, Interstate or Higher the Montana the course from yoming, InlnnlnlllllnlllUlllllnllllllllllllllnllnllllllll, RICHES AND honor are what men desire; but if they attain to them by improper ways, they should not continue to hold them. Poverty and low estate are what men dislike; but if they are brought to such condition by improper ways, they should not feel shame for it. Confucius iiiiinllnlllllnlnnllllllllllnllllllllnllllllllllllll installation, exterior concrete finishing work and interior painting also are on tap. College Activities Building- 50 per cent complete, with 67 workmen on the job. August work includes completion of walls and columns to the third floor, formation of the third floor slab and the pouring of walls and columns to the roof. Student Residential Center- 75 per cent complete with 96 workmen on the job. One of three AT CAPITAL SAVINGS Will be open until on e g *g To make it more convenient for our customers for back-to-school buying. 1' I Built-In & Hem Stitch Button holor Auto. Blind Z.g-Zag-- Portable Regular $95.95 Sew buttonholes, sew on but tons, mend, darn, overcast, sew appliques, monogram plus all your regular sewing needs. Catalog Sale Price 7401/9702 S-t-r-e-t-c-h Stitch Portable. Sews stret~'h stit('la for today's Regularly $155.95 fashionable knits and elasti('s. 10 other stit('hes too. Easily portable, weighs o~aly 21 !e Ibs. Catalog Sale Price I s~ %etlrs ' ' ," Prices in effect Easy Paymet~t Plat~ through Aug. 31,t g71 ~II(11' A'I' ~I,'AI(.~ [ r, IEvergreen Square ' '* "'' I~ ~' "" I 24-Hr. Phone426-8201Sheltn ,.. CalS RI)|':|][r('K .htNI) (O. MS Rated Buy a case at our Regular Discount Price 20 or 30 wt .... case 10-30 wt ........ case $1 O.95 and receive Your Choice Your Choice Fram Fram Super Super Autolite Autolite REBUI LT , biSCount , CHEV ....... $171 Original Type G.M. FORD ....... CHRY. PROD.. 5261 OLDS-PONT.-B U I C K . . REBUILT ALL SIZES EACH EXCISE TAX INCLUDED NO EXCHANGE NECESSARY! and original ea. OF DAYTON 4-PLY NYLON--PREMIUM BEST GRADE ROAD KING MAKES 14/32" TREAD BLACKWALL 6.50-13 ........................................... 22. S 7.15-14 ........................................... 2G,SO 8.25.14 ........................................... 16.$S 8.25-15 ........................................... 8.55-15 ........................................... EXCISE TA ( INCLUDED IN THESE LOW PRICES White PAIR TO EXCHANGE WHITEWALL 6.50-13 .................. : ............ ............ 23.95 7 75-14 28,1t5 , ,, ., eleeleee o ee 82514. .. 28,85 9.00-15 ........................................... :l~,gS NO TRADE Discount Priced At on For those hard to find belts Each Thursday, August 26, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - k'age 13