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September 16, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 16, 1971

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Durkan r lartin Durkan, for his for Governor, at a salmon ttall dinner is SCheduled for 6 Ordon Sandison of ceremonies Savage Will be among organization P.tn here with idate for State r. COnfab ,ha, Shelton, ional YWCA Ohio, aCOming first ton OF School elton, notice is School ~CHOOL hold a school eptem ber t of the ~r the EVIEW FOR apPear and any part of Board of School nber 14, 9/16-23-2t IGET that )ners of ~N have lie their fiscal thereof me, 105 i and Warm short Corn, P and nl from Books Tell About Folk Music By MORLEY KRAMER Folk songs have tremendous appeal because of their vitality and relevance. The Shelton Public Library has an extensive collection of books containing both songs and music of this country. The American Heritage Songbook compiled by Ruth and Norman Lloyd tells the story of the American adventure from Plymouth Rock to the Pacific in music and lyrics, complete with historical notes and anectdotes, plus contemporary illustrations. Wanda Whitman's Songs That Changed The World contains a wealth of song material for group singing; but, even more, it shows how song has frequently had an intellectual as well as emotional impact on mankind. Commentaries prefacing each song are pertinent and often illuminating or amusing. Everything in Journey to Freedom edited by Landon Dowdey is meant to be read aloud or sung with a group of people who care about what the words and music say. This book was originally prepared for a university experiment during the Poor People's Campaign and was first used extensively in jails. Something to Sing About presents a spectrum of music covering over four centuries, reflecting the variety and scope of our folk song heritage. In this collection America's most distinguished folk artists have contributed their own favorite songs, a total of over seventy selections. Theyrange from ballads, mountain and gospel songs, to political and protest songs, as well as light and whimsical tunes. In the Joan Baez Songbook are the words and music of sixty-six songs that represent the folk song movement as a live and growing medium of expression for today. Explore the many facets of this aspect of our culture at the Shelton Public Library. The library is open from noon to 5:30 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Legal Publications --4th StYeet between ll:O0'and 12:00 each week day. The Board of Commissioners of said Port of Shelton will meet at 8:00 p.m. on September 16, 1971 at the Mason County Courthouse, Shelton, Washington for the purpose of fixing and adopting said budget. Any taxpayer may appear at the above mentioned time and place and be heard for or against any part of said budget. Dated at Shelton, Washington, this 27th day of August 1971. James A. Pauley, President 9/2-9/16-2t NOTICE OF WARRANT CALL Notice is hereby given that the following Mason County Warrants are called for payment at the office of the Treasurer of said County, and that interest will cease September 16, 1971: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Warrant Nos. 2632 to 2866 inclusive; COUNTY ROAD FUND Warrant Nos. 4371 to 4439 inclusive; EQUIPMENT RENTAL & REVOLVING FUND Warrant Nos. 6128 to 6248 inclusive; SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 311 - GENERAL FUND Warrant Nos. 7462 to 7561 inclusive; SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 401- GENERAL FUND Warrant Nos. 4420 to 4432 inclusive. John B. Cole Treasure of Mason County State of Washington ~:Seal) ated at Shelton, Washington, September 16, 1971 9/16-1t A RMAN RANDY WILTMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wiltman, Shelton, recently graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. He is now stationed at Lockbourne Air Force Base, Ohio. Tests Set A free screening program to test the vision and hearing of four-year-olds will be offered again this year in the Education Building at the Western Washington Fair at Puyallup, Sept. 18 through the 26. Children will be tested between noon and 7 p.m. by a staff of more than 200 school nurses, trained volunteers and consultants. The Snellen "E" test will be used to check vision and a standard pure tone audimeter operating in a soundproof mobile unit will be used to check hearing. All test results will be kept confidential. If it is determined through testing, that a child has a vision or hearing difficulty, no attempt will be made at diagnosis or treatment. Instead, parents will be advised to consult a family physician and arrange a full medical examination for the child. School health aughorities report that ten per cent of the children entering kindergarten have a vision or hearing defect because children of this age group do not know how well they should see and hear and, thercJ:p/F,, do r~qt~ cotl~p!~in, evep when:tlldse funcnons ar~ severe~ impaired. The results of last year's testing program at the Western Washington Fair indicates a high interest on the part of parents who brought more than 450 children to the fair for screening. Last year, 23 per cent of the children screened at the fair were identified as needing further testing. Of the entire group tested last year, 12 per cent were later diagnosed as having a vision or hearing problem and have received treatment. Arrangements are being made to retest all children who fail initial screening. With the cooperation of school nurses in many communities throu~,hout the state, children maY obtain a retest in their local area. If further attention is needed, parents are given a referral to their own medical resource. The screening project, at the 1971 Puyallup Fair, is sponsored by the School Nurse Organization of Washington in cooperation with several area public school districts and the Washington State Medical Association. Co-chairman are Kalma Christianson, supervisor of nursing services for Federal Way School District; and Shirley Baker, health services coordinator for Clover Park School District. Zone Finals Horse how Scheduled The Pacific Zone of the Washington State Horsemen, will hold a two day Championship Performanceand Games Show Sept. 18 and 19, at the H-Hanging-B Arena in Elma. The Championship Performance show will begin at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 18. George Schramm, Union, will judge these events. In the afternoon, Sept. 18, at 1:30 p.m. there will also be an open Performance show. The afternoon show is open to all riders, and is zone approved. The judge will be George Schramm. For the afternoon open show, entry fee will be 50c a class, with awards going to five places. A high point junior and senior award will be presented at the end of the show. The classes to be held in the afternoon are; (1) western pleasure-17 and under. (2) Western Pleasure-Men to ride. (3) English Equitation-open. (4) English Pleasure-open. (5)English Hacking-safety helmet required, jumps not to exceed 2'4". (6) Bareback Equitation-open. (7) Working Pairs-horses need not be matched. (8) Versatility-open. (9) Western Pleasure-Ladies to ride. (10) Tandem Bareback-open. For more information on the Performance show contact, Carolyn Dierick, 482-3413 evenings or Helen Lake 495-3516 evenings. Sept. 19, the Pacific Zone will hold a Championship Games show at the same arena. The judges for the games events will be Chuck Bridges, Shelton and Jim Quimby, Montesano. Mirja Bridges, Shelton, will be the timer. The games events will start at l0 a.m. Contact Glen Boley, Elma for more information. More than 100 riders are expected to compete in the Championship two day show, all trying for the championship awards. Riders will come from Raymond, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Montesano, Elma, McCleary, and Shelton areas. Spectators are admitted to the grounds at no charge. There will be a concession stand run by the H-Hanging-B arena. Dr. Harold Johnson To Visit Here District 19C Governor Dr. Harold Johnson will make his official visit to Shelton Lions Club Sept. 21. Johnson has been an active member in the Bremerton Lions Club for 12 years, with nine years of perfect attendance, is a Key Member and holds an Extension Award. He has served on all of the major committees and has held all the offices in his club with the exception of secretary-treasurer. During the year 1968-69, he served as club president. Too Late to Classify ONE BEDROOM house for rent on Mason Lake, furnished. Available Oct. 1. Phone 426-4928. A9/16-10/7 FIVE SECLUDED acres. Spacious house needs handyman. Good well, septic, heat. By owner $19,000. 426-6618. D9/16-23 FOR SALE 1V2 year old German Shorthair. Good with children. Will take best offer. Call 426-2562. D9/16 1969 OLYMPIA desk typewriter $35., girls 26 in. bicycle $15, ukelele $5. Call 877-5474 after 4 p.m. Mc9/16-23 PAINTING AND small car fender jobs. Reasonable. Call 426-1571. Y9/16-23 RUMMAGE SALE Friday afternoon, Saturday 9 to 6 at 853 Fairmont. Items, furniture, toys, clothes. New items for gifts, Christmas arrangements, misc. B9/16 Beard's Cove Plat The Mason County Commission Monday approved one plat in Beard's Cove and set 2 p.m. Nov. 1 for a hearing on a second. Plattor Alan Bowden told the commission in order to get consecutive numbering, what had been Beard's Cove No. 8 was being made into Beard's Cove No. 7 and that what had been Beard's Cove No. 7 had been renamed Beard's Cove Beach Tracts. The commission approved the plat of the new Beard's Cove No. 7 and set a hearing for 2 p.m. Nov. 1 on Beard's Cove Beach Tracts. The commission approved st e ps t o begin action on condemnation proceedings to get property on the mainland side for the proposed Stretch Island Bridge Project. COMPLETE LACK of confidence on one side; absolute distrust on the other. Maxim Litvinov FREE BEAUTIFUL kittens. Call 426,8572, $9116, LOST -- LARGE yellow model glider plane east Of hi~jhway near airport. Reward. Report to Cottage Cafe or phone Olympia 357-4269. G9/16 1948 DODGE Vz ton pickup. Radio and heater, clean dependable transportation. Call 426-4140 after 5 p.m. G9/16 CARD OF APPRECIATION The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us as a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. Mr. & Mrs. John Cole & Family John Rooney & Family BETWEEN SHELTON-Olympia, 3 bedroom rambler, 1Vz baths, Ige. livingroom w/fireplace, 6 acres timbered land fronting on Fredson Rd. V2 mile off freeway. Good well. $24,900. Contract terms. Call Dave Thacher, Himlie Realty, Inc. 426-2646. H9/16 ALL OF our greatness was born of liberty, even our commercialism was rocked in the cradle of democracy, and we cannot strangle the mother without destroying her children. John Peter Altgeld P/an,v q A New Look For your Home? FORMULATE YOUR PLANS - THEN SEE US FOR THE COMPLETION. Our Services Include: COMPLETE RENOVATING & REMODELING CUSTOM.MADE CABI NETS ROOFING & SIDING Builder MASON LAKE DRIVE GRAPEVIEW, WA. Telephone We're running out of time and we'll be needing the for our 1972 Models... save on I) Plus 3 Full from and Size Wagons to :hev. Pickups choose PLUS 7% Excise Tax if repealed! KINGSWOOD ESTATE 3-SEAT WAGON Seat, tinted glass, air, remote m rror, radio, 300 h.p., trbohydramatic, p. steering, p. isc brakes, whitewalls, tilt heel. Reg. $5603.90. SALE ~538.00. SAVE NEW EL CAMINO V8, turbohydramatic, p. steering, clock, radio, rally wheels, positraction, vinyl top. Reg. $3936.00. SALE $3395.00. SAVE NEW 3/4-TON CHEV. FLEETSIDE Special 4-tone paint, 350 V8, turbohydramatic, camper mirrors, HD battery, tool box chrome bumper, chrome caps, dual side mldgs., "camper special, radio, R. shocks, HR springs, aux. springs, front stabilizer, steering, 7-50x16 tires. Reg. $4681.00. SALE $3857.00. SAVE New Dreamliner SELF CONTAINED. REG. $10,800 ......... Nt)W 4-New Security Campers 9' & 11' 9 Ft. FRONT KITCHEN, 6 SLEEPER, WALL HEATER, REG. $1915. SALE $1645 .............. SAVE Hew Longhorn 3/4-Ton ~ Security Camper$1~t~}5 S#ELLCON[' ;E9D43 .................... NOW '70 Camaro Spt. Cpe. Rally spt. "307", turbo, ~;.s, stereo tape, console. "69 TORINO SPT. CPE. ,Fcty. air, vinyl roof, 302 V8, radio. Reg. $2195. NOW$1895 '68 Olds 98 Htp. Cpe. Full power incl. windows and seats. Reg. $2195. NOW '67 MUSTANG 289 v8, p.s., cruisomatic, radio. Reg. $1495. NOW $1295 "70 Olds Delta Royale Full power incl. windows, and trunk. Exec. Demo, BIG, BIG DISCOUNT -- Beautiful ! "69 Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan V8, p.s., auto., radio. Reg. $1795. NOW $1595 '68 MONZA 110 CPE. 4-speed, radio. Excellent. ONLY '67 BAR RACUDA V8, 4-speed, radio, console. Reg. $1495. NOW S1325 '70 IMPALA SPT. CPE. P.S., auto., radio & only 19,000 miles. Reg. $2795. NOW '69 Chev -Ton Pickup V8, 4-speed , H .S. suspension, long box, 7:00x15 tires. Reg. $2295. ~ow Slags "68 CAMARO 327 v8, p.s., auto on console, vinyl roof, radio. Reg. $2095. NOW $1899 "67 Impala Spt. Sedan P.S., P.B., auto, radio. Reg. $1495.NOW '67 Olds Luxury Sed. Full power,radio, vinyl roof. Reg. $1995. NOW $1795 '66 Olds Starfire Cpe. See the Number One Service Dept. for complete service! '65 VW BEETLE '67 CUTLASS WAGON v8, p.s., auto, radio. Reg. $1695. NOW $1599 '67 INT. 1100 PICKUP Full power, tilt wheel, radio, wire wheels. NOW $1395 '65 OLDS F-85 SEDAN P.s., auto, radio. Excellent.ONLY '64 Jaguar XKE Coupe Chrome wire wheels. Sharp. Reg. $2195. NOW 4-speed, radio. Excellent.ONLY '64 Buick Skylark Sed. P.S., auto, radio. Reg. $895. NOW "63 Nova 6-Cyl. Wagon 3-speed, radio, luggage rack. Reg. $695. NOW Big "6", p.s., auto. Reg. $1595. NOW "64 Fairlane 500 Sedan P.S., auto, radio. Excellent. ONLY "63 FORD FLATBED Regularly '63 Olds 98 Hol. Cpe. Full power, console, FM radio. Excellent. ONLY '60 Falcon 2-Dr. Cpe. 6-cylinder, radio. Reg. $395. NOW CLEARANCE DISCOUNTS on all '71 cars, pickups and campers. m 1St. & Grove 426-4424 Thursday, September 23, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9