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September 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 30, 1971

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Mary M. Knight By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER A public hearing will beheld by the Mary M. Knight school board this Thursday to discuss the 1971-72 budget The board will discuss the budget, as proposed by Gene Frodsham, superintendent, with the public. They will then decide on whether or not to accept the $157,351. Southside Actions 4-H C New By MRS. RAY KRATCHA SOUTHSIDE - The Actions 4-H club met Sept. 21 at the home of leader Toni Matson. Lennie Christensen called the meeting to order. Members held election of officers and new officers for the new year are president, Laurie Clark; vice president, Lorraine LaMont; secretary, Lennie Christensen; treasurer, Dana Christensen, and reporter, Jennie Whitmore. Members present were Lennie Christensen, Dana Christensen, Laurie Clark, Lorraine LaMont, Sandy Brown, Cheryl Brown, Susie Brown, Sherrie Goodburn, Chris Rickards, Teresa Murray, Jennie Whitmore and leader Toni Matson.- Club members talked about having a slumber party and also talked about 4-H week. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed A. Wetmore recently were Mrs. Wetmore's brother Mr. and Mrs. Harry Biery of Lakewood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burgess and children of Albany, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wetmore and Cindy of Bellevue. Southside Grange meets Friday Oct. 1 with a potluck at 6:30 p.m. First and Second Degree work will be put on at Agate Grange Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. by a team from Thurston County Brighton Park Grange. budget. "The way we have the budget planned, we will comply with the state's orders to dissolve our $20,000. debt and maybe have a little left over when we're through," said Frodsham. The Parent-Teachers Organization is having its annual Harvest Dinner this Saturday in the Mary M. Knight gym. The dinner will be between 6 and 8:30 p.m. Prices for the ham dinner will be $1.50 for adults, $1 for grades 7-12, $.75 for grades 1-6. Preschooler children will be admitted free. The Lettermen's Club will have its initiation tomorrow Oct. 1. All the lettermen will come to school attired in female garments. A prize will be awarded for the "prettiest" letterman. The Mary M. Knight cross country team had its first meet Sept. 23, at Ocosta. The Montesano cross country team clinched the meet with 15 points, Raymond got second with 80 points, and M.M.K. was right on their heels with 82 points. Ocosta lagged in last with 116 points. "I think our team has moved up a few notches," said Larry Fritch, cross country coach. YOUR SHELTON DEALER'S GOT THE NEW 1972's Stop in at the car showrooms. Look over the new models, pick out the one that suits you. YOUR SIMPSON EMPLOYEE'S FEDERAL CREDIT UNION'S GOT THE MONEY After you've decided on the new car you want, come into the office and let us help you get the money for the best deal on your new car. FINANCING IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR PURCHASE. LET US SHOW YOU THE ADVANTAGES OF THE CREDIT UNION WAY. Ilk I[M PkoyIr r II, Irlr D I[ 1 4L. 5th and Cedar St$. Phone 426-1633 Each member account insured to $20,000. Page 22 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 30, 1971 ass Is lanne or Ju er Iremen By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - All volunteer firemen of Skokomish Valley Fire district No. 9 are reminded, a class will convene Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Skokomish Grange Hall. Edward Nolden, Fire Chief, announces, first aid, rescue and the use of rescue equipment will be demonstrated. Everyone is welcome to attend. A farewell party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McSweyne at Lake Limerick Sept. 24 by their fellow workers at the State Trout Hatchery in Skokomish Valley. The McSweynes will move to Florida where they have a home near their son Randy McSweyne and family. Another son, Keith and family live at Cathlamet, where he is employed in the hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Janson and two children have moved to the Skokomish Trout Hatchery where Janson replaced Bob Paulsen who has moved with his family to Aberdeen. Visiting Harold Hunter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Dyer in Westport last Wednesday were Paul Hunter, Neva Cain, Edna Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter. Chet Valley shared his birthday cake Sunday with wife Mary and son and daughter-in-law George and Marge. In the afternoon the Valleys visited the Alvin Hulberts of Shelton. Donna McKowen and Mike Hulbert daughter and son of the Hulberts were home for a visit. Visiting the Duggers over the weekend were sons Pat and family from Shelton, Carl from Seattle, Anne Pavel and daughters and Dolores Drake and sons. Pat and Carl helped their dad put the loader on the tractor and did some repair work around the place. Doris and Talmage Wilson and children called Mrs. Wilson's parents the Harold Hunters Tuesday morning from South West Africa. Three of their children go to from home at home on vacati0~' there and told Grandma garden in which gooseberries, and the pumpkin, melons Working Evangelical teaching in a in the African Wilson is a government 47 HEAD SCARF Regularly $1.00 f , SPECIAL! HOUSEHOLD BRUSHES Choice of 6: pot & pan brush, dish & sink, scrub, nail, whisk and bottle brush, reg. 69d each. WOVEN BRAIDS & TRIMS Val. to $1.50, your choice 2 yard hanks, many widths, "SAYE LLE" KNITTING YARN 4oz. skeins, DuPont orlon "Sayelle", machine wash- able & dryable, fashion colors, val. $1.39. YD FABRIC SPECIAL Sew and save' Man~l# rics for dresses, caS sportswear, etc. Val. 98d yd. VANGUARD' thermos INFANTS SLEEPWALKERS Soft 100% orlon acrylic with full length zipper and non-slip soles, bold solid colors or bright prints machine washable, sizes S/M/L/XL, reg. $4.95. THERMOS BOTTLE Pint size, super-tough jacket, can't rust, dent, stain, reg. $1 99. FOR VELOUR KITCHEN TOWELS Big 16" x 27", soft and thirsty, colorful kitchen designs, val. to $1.00 if perf. 6/ FINGERTIP TOWELS Assorted colors. Regularly 29 ea. PLASTIC HOUSEWARES Choice of 1 lqt. dishpan, waste food saver, reg. to $1.29. SPRAY ENAMEL Big 14 oz. spray can, high gloss enamel, fast drying, reg. 98d. ' MAKE-UP MIRROR Regularly $1.98 OPEN END WRENCH SET 5-piece thin. Regularly $1.49 TELEPHONE & ADDRESS BOOK Regularly 98 MENS AND LADLES BILLFOLDS Regularly $2.98 I DECORATED WOOD HAMBURGER PRESS Regularly 981 PLASTIC RAIN COAT Regularly $1.98 VASELINE --I~" "INTENSIVE .~.~ HAND LOTION '. 10oz. plastiC bottle, ~' pour locking spt' reg. $1.19. SET , 5-CELL FLASHLIGHT WITH BATTERIES Regularly $1.98 I HOME MAILING KIT Kraft wrap, gummed tape, parcel post labels-all packed in cutter box. Mail early for Christmas! PKG GIFT WRAP ASSORTMENT 28 sheets gift paper, 14 different designs for everyday occasions, "a pound of paper," val. $2.25. MUG RACKS 10 pegs, 18" high, walnut finish, also used for coat and hat rack. DECORATOR FIREPLACE MATCHES 11 inches long, choice of beautifully designed boxes, 90 matches to a box, val. $1.00. IRONING BOARD PAD & COVER Full size, cotton/rayon pad, extra, thick, teflon coated cover, reg. $1.29. ASSORTED BANKS Regularly $1.98 / JIGSAW pUZZLES : .f 1~t 1000 pcs., ch,ic~t' KodachrOme >" " val. $1.00 4/$1 KITCHEN TOWELS Striped. Regularly 391t each LADLES PLASTIC UMBRELLA GLASS VASE Assorted colors. 'arly $1.99 Regularly $1.98 YOUR CHOICE 1.00 PKG. OF 6 GLASS TUMBLERS 6 oz., 9 oz., 12 oz. Values to $2.29 EVERGREEN SQUARE * MONDAY - SATURDAY: 9:30 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES