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3O noon, Club, 6:45 a.m., c board ¢-Lond Inn. 7 p.m., court 's Orthopedic Medical Center rogram, 7:30 Church. I !Xiliary, 8 p.m., Potluck, home of Sale, 9 a.m. - 4 klethodist Church. WSCs. e, 9 a.m. 5 ows Hall. Ruby Rebekah invite you Church of your 3 COmmission PUD conference Unission meeting, Club, 7:15 ruck in town. )r pickups. Tops, 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m., at P.m., Mt. View Organizational committee for Hood C.anal Cub Scouts, potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Hood Canal School. Wednesday, Oct. 6 Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., Multi-service Center• Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Shelton Art Club, 7:30 p.m., PUD auditorium• Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedic Guild, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Ray Cook. St. David's Episcopal Guild, 10 a.m., at the church. Thursday, Oct. 7 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. 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. Fair Harbor Grange; potluck, 6 p.m.; meeting, 7:30 p.m., Grapeview fire hall. Rummage, plant and bake sale, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.,PUD auditorium. Sponsored by Golden Age Club. Navy Mothers, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. D. Underwood. Fall rummage sale, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m. Sponsored by St. Edward's Woman's Club. Church Basement• DPW, noon, Millo's. VWWl Madrona Barracks No. 1462,. noon potluck, Memorial ttall. Guild work A. Person class, 7:30 noon, meeting, 2 Legion, 8 p.m., rtner and board Inn. 7:30 p.m., meeting, 7:30 ~, 8 P.m., at the SOcial k, Masonic Grange To Meet The meeting of the Fair Harbor Grange, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the Grapeview fire hall, will be preceded by a potluck supper at 6 p.m. An account of the Scouts International Jamboree held in Tokyo during the past summer will be presented by two Mason County Boy Scouts. Sale Planned A rummage sale will be held by Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 from 9 a.m..to 5 p.m. Friday in the O.dd Fellows hall above the Coast-to-Coast store. "Since 1943" for direct seeding and nursery seedlings 35,000 acres less than five acres loss per year to fire in greenery, Christmas trees, wood salvage 1890 SHELTON • McCLEARY Governor's Race Looms Largest On The Scene By ROBERT CUMMINGS With the Governor's race dominating the political discussions, it doesn't leave much room for other candidates, but they are trying. Clark County Auditor Don Bonker, who announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State some time ago, has set up a statewide organization. He is aware of the handicap of running from the southernmost corner of the state, and is doing everything possibleto become known statewide. But many m e m b ers of his statewide organization are Democratic legislators who will be busily occupied with their own campaigns next year. Meanwhile, State Sen. Gordon Herr, Seattle, has entered the picture, with the advantage of being from the state's population center, and some financial backing. State Sen. George Fleming, Seattle, also has been mentioned as a possible candidate, but probably won't run if Kramer seeks reelection. Though a Democrat, Fleming worked in Kramer's office for a while in 1965. Repeaters Like Evans, Kramer hasn't yet decided what he will do next year, but he probably will seek reelection. Though out of the Governor's race, Kramer finds himself in the same position as Evans as far as the Secretary of 4-H Livestock Club To Meet The organizational meeting of the livestock 4-H Club will be held Friday night at the Alan Ford home in the Agate area. The club is open to youngsters in any area of the county who are interested in having a 4-H livestock project. Additional information can be obtained from Mrs. Ford at 426-6152. WSCS Sets Sale The Women's Society of Christian Service will hold a rummagesale from 9 a..m,,un~il 4 p.m. Friday in the,~ United Methodist Church. 81st Anniversary 1971 State's office is concerned. He probably is the only Republican who could win it. The same can be said of Atty. Gen. Slade Gorton. Despite his close race last time, he now has the advantage of incumbency, which is important in all state offices below Governor. Sen. Gordon Walgren, Bremerton, has been mentioned frequently as a possible Democratic candidate, and Sen. Fred Dore, Seattle, also may try again. Walgren will weigh his chances carefully. His Senate seat will be up next time, and he will have to give it up if he seeks some other office. Sens. Dore, Herr and Fleming don't have to seek reelection until 1974. The Democrats hold all of the partisan state offices except Governor, Secretary of State and Attorney, so the only activity is for the latter offices. As for those held by Democrats, Republican activity has been noticeably light. The Republicans may have trouble filling their ticket next time. Partisans For Nonpartisanship State Supt. of Public Instruction Louis Bruno's decision to retire will probably touch off a lively skirmish in the 1972 special legislative session, among legislators hopeful of succeeding him. Most notable candidates are Reps. Frank Buster Brouillet, Puyallup Democrat, and Dale Hoggins, Edmonds Republican. The office is nonpartisan, but under the circumstances it will be difficult to keep partisanship out. Hoggins, a legislator since 1967, has the advantage of being a member of the majority party in the House, and currently is chairman of the House Committee on Education and Libraries. But Brouillet has the advantage of experience. [e ue all Little League football undertook its second season last Sunday as the sixth graders took the field. In the first game of a double header played at Loop Field, the Christmas Tree Association beat Merv's, twenty-seven to thirteen. Quarterback Steve Bourgault ran thirty-eight yards for the Gets OK The Mason County Commissioners Monday discussed the proposed new radio set-up for the Sheriff's Office. The commission, after discussion with several interested persons, voted to accept tentatively the low bid of Motorola for the new radio system for the Sheriff's Department with certain mandatory changes made to meet the requirements of the FCC and LEAA. They authorized Sheriff John Robinson to negotiate with Motorola and the Law and Justice Committee. Christmas Tree Association and a touchdown. The P.A.T. was attempted by Ben Ward, however it was unsuccessful. The second scoring was again by Bourgault, who dropped back to pass and ended up running thirty-five yards for the T.D. The extra point was again attempted by Ward and was good. Charlie Shugart made an interception in the end zone and ran back the length of the seventy yard field for the score. Ward again made the P.A.T. Ben Ward later made a touchdown to make the score twenty-seven to nothing. Merv's got on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter when quarterback Bill White went fifteen yards on a rollout. P.A.T. was no good. Steve Christey later intercepted with 1 : 12 left in the game and later took the ball into the end zone for the score. In the second game, the ASK US ABOUT OAK PARK A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMEN1 HIMLIE REALTY, INC. Ph. 426-2646 Experienced, Professional Teacher now accepting students! Presenting a well-rounded program of Classical and Casual study. Trained under: Joan Mills, Boston Conservatory of Music; Arthur Tollefson, San Francisco Conservatory of Music; Charles Fulkerson, Humboldt State College, California. Member of California State Music Teachers Assoc. 1713 Laurel Street * Shelton * Ph. 426-6158 Loggers and the Credit Unions fought to a zero to zero tie. League Standings WL T Christmas Tree 1 0 0 Credit Union 0 0 1 Loggers 0 0 1 Merv's 0 1 0 DELAY IN justice is injustice. Walter Savage Landor :S URG OFF on famous quality WALLHIDE® Latex Flat Wall Paint Save now on new, improved Wallhide Latex Flat Wall Paint the paint that does haft your work/Wallhide relieves you of most of the messy and time-consuming preparation for painting--no need to fill hairline cracks, and on most jobs, no primer is needed. Goes right over most stained or dirty surfaces: one coat covers. Dries in 30 minutes-- more washable than ever. Mr. Moriah Lodge No. 11 F. & A. M. Saturday, October 2 (Past Masters' Night) Stated Communication Lodge Opens 8 p.m. Alex E. Smith, W.M. Arnold L. Cheney, Secretary 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. WALLHtDE' Latex Flat Walt Pa=nt ~lumu ~lrl ; SALE PRICE a gallon Reg. $8.47 * White and Ready Mixed Colors 426-4522 And atake-it-or-leave-it checkbook cover. A handy change purse with expandable There's a place for folding money. A handy note pad with tear-off slips. A credit card and ID container with enough windows for kids' pictures, too. Your own pen-holder pouch (complete with pen). (Free when you open an account at PSNB.) There's no catch. Anybody who opens a new checking or savings account at Mason County or Belfair Branch of Puget Sound National Bank gets a free purse like the one above. (While quantity lasts.) We know you'll like the purse. And we think you'll like the service you get on your new account even more. National Bank The hometown bank. MEMBER FD tC Thursday, September 30, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9