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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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: 4 !/i: < ~ i i: !/i~i~z;;~4;~i~:ii!i~i~!i~!!ii: / DR. THEODORE GLIM, author of the Palo Alto Reading series adopted at Pioneer School this year, discusses his program with two of the teachers during a recent visit to the district. Seated left to right, are Mrs. Teri Barstad and Miss Teri Wiss. After a discussion with the Pioneer teachers, about 25 teachers from other districts in the area joined the group to talk to Dr. Glim. eorge George Everett Sanders, 22, a former Shelton resident, was killed in a two-car head on collision near Mesa, Ariz., Saturday evening. FlagtMan Is Hi By Vehicle Leslie Britt, 52, P. O. Box 22. Brinnon. is in Mason General Hospital recovering from injuries to his left hip and left hand received when he was struck by a car while working as a flag man on a highway project in the Hoodsport area Friday. The State Patrol, which investigated the accident, said Britl was struck by a car driven by Lorraine Widmyer, 28, Box 301, Hoodsport. The accident occured on Highway 101 in Hoodsport. The patrol said the Widmyer pick-up was northbound on Highway 101 and was attempting to stop for traffic control when the right front brake locked, causing the vehicle to veer into Britt who was three feet onto the shoulder directing traffic. an eac er Dr. Theodore Glim, auth< of the Palo Alto Reading Program, which was adopted by the Pioneer School District this year, visited the school recently to discuss the program with teachers from the district. ~Teachers from the Siaelton District joined the group lttt~r for. discussions on teaching reading. Dr. Glim is presently assistant superintendent of schools in the Shoreline District. He is currently on a one-year leave of absence and plans to go to Spain for about six months to do some additional writing and learning. The reading series of which he is the author was started in 1962 while he was in Palo Alto, Calif. and went on the commercial market in 1967 with Harcroft-Brace as publishers. tie is also the author of Basic Keys to Spelling, published by Lippincott and put on the market in 1962. The reading program which Dr. Glim developed, is an ungraded program which takes the student through the basic decoding process of reading, writing, listening and speaking. There are about 20 books in the series and requires from two to five years to finish. His spelling series is designed from grades one through eight. Both series are used internationally, Dr. Glim said. He commented he had taught in all grades from the university Ioneer down to kindergarten ,,d retarded youngsters. He worked the process backwards, he said, working down from the university INJURY ACCIDENT to high school, junior high and to A passenger in a '47 elementary. International pickup, Primo ers les The accident took the lives of seven persons, Sanders and five others who were riding in the vehicle in which he was a passenger, and the driver of the other vehicle who was alone, the youth's Mother Mrs. lmogene Swearingen, told the Journal. Sanders was the only one of the seven who did not die at the scene of the accident. He was Honor Loo Man George Sanders J| The Shelton Jaycees each this year are: November honor one of Shelton's Marvin Matson, sponsored by most distinguished young men as S h e 1 t o n V o I u n t e e r F i r e its outstanding young man for the Department. II past year. The Distinguished Jon Day, sponsored by Service Award is presented to the Shelton Education Association. man between 21 and 35 who gives Jerry Swartos, sponsored by the most meritorious service to Shelton Mason County Chamber his family, his church, his community, and his nation, of Commerce. The DSA is the highest award the Shelton Jaycees annually present. The honoree is entered into the U. S' ]aycees Ten Outstanding Young Men in hopes that his achievements may be further recognized and honored. The nominees for the award Arnold Andres, sponsored by Shelton Jaycees. Ronald Sanford, sponsored by St. David Episcopal Church. The nominees will attend a DSA banquet Nov. 2, at the Jaycee Hall, where the winner will be presented with a plaque. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Our new wine dept. has THE WIDEST VARIETY OF WINES IN SHELTON Including: Premium -- Imports and Chilled Wines. iiii I i Open for your convenience 7 to 11 Mon.-Sat. 81'oll "Everything in stock for your Quick Shopping Convenience" -~----- -- ~ ----%%~%%--%% -C- "_%% ~ UGN Drive ~., Tumwater Area Council holding the annual Cub Scout POW-WOW at Nisqually Junior The Mason County United High School Oct. 30. The Good Neighbors drive in Masonregistration begins at 9 a.m. and a County continued this week with coffee call with the Scout solicitors in the various divisions Executives is on the agenda contacting people for according to Bill Richmond, the contributions for the effort. POW-WOW Chairman. The goal of the UGN drive Displays of crafts and classes this year is $22,100 to support involving Skits and Puppets, Pack the l0 participating organizations Administration, the Den which receive funds through the Operation, and the Webelos effort, program are all part of the day's activities. Sheriff Seeking Mrs Barbara Hopkins, Mrs. Thomas Gullikson, and Dick Horse Tack Owner Ekwall will be on hand to get the ball rolling. The Mason County Sheriff's This prngram *'roy ,,: an Office has three haiters, two opportunity I al ub ~)ut bridles and a saddle pad whichLeaders, boththe experienced were found in the Lost Lake and the new or prospective Road area and were turned in leaders, to lea ' ' : ide~ there, for the prograh,. ,The objective of his program, Gastalette, 60, of Tacoma,. he saidvi~ to:.give the student ,tl~ ~, suffercth,~, t~o~sible f~a~tured rib and an injury t6 his right shoulder in an accident near Coulter Creek bridge around 12:30 p.m. October 19. The accident was evidently caused by the driver of the pickup, Lester Jeter, 60, of Tacoma, when he swerved to avoid hitting a dog in the roadway. The vehicle had just rounded a curve while headed east on Highway 302. It went into a broadside skid, then off the roadway, rolling onto its side. tools to Operate within a society which operates with symbols. In addition to his other duties, Dr. Glim travels all over the nation for conferences and' workshops on education. Richard Mariotti superintendent-principal at Pioneer, worked with Dr. Glim in the Shoreline District where Mariotti taught before coming to the Pioneer District at the beginning of this school year. Scouts Planning For Pow Wow Dr. Deegan Gets Nixon Letter Dr. Harry W. Deepn, reiired ..... Shelton dentist, received a letter of congratulations from President and Mrs. Richard Nixon on his 80th birthday. He celebra'ted his 80th birthday Sunday. Call US About -~//~/~/t~j OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I 1st. & Railroad Ave. * Shelton * 426-8277 INVITES YOU TO COME AND ENJOY OUR NEW COFFEE ,N THE SHOP zona ,CCI en ........ OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY taken to a Mesa hospital where he died shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday, his mother was notified. Mrs. Swearingen was notified of the accident through the Shelton Police Department which had been contacted by Mesa authorities and asked to contact his family. Sanders had been in the Mesa area about a year, his mother said. He was born Nov. 7, 1948 in Truman, Ark. He came to the Shelton area in 1968 and attended Shelton High School and had been employed by Simpson Timber Co. Survivors include his mother and step father, Mr. and Mrs. George Swearingen, Shelton; his father, Everett Sanders, Erie, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. Thelma Jean Lockard, Shelton, and and Kathy Jahnke, home; his Chambers, Truman, Thomas RicheY, Calif. Funeral setvic~ at 1 p.m. Friday Funeral Home Robinson be in Shelton ----- SERVING----- Economy Size Reg. & Mint Reg. $1.09 NOW Imprinted With Shelton High Climber ,e $2.98 Value 12 x 18 Regularly 89 -Reg. 89 Each NOW Reg. $2.60 NOW Reg. $6.59 ......... NOW LUNCH I DINNER Includes coffee | Includes coffee and and dessert and q~l I dessert and served 5:00 served 11:30 to 2 I | to8:00p.m. .. Ii" " II 2 p.m. and from 5:00 to 8:()0 p.m. I II I l[ Menus also avadable Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, October 28:i971 4 Oz. Size 40's. $1.29 Value Reg NOW NOW BOTTLES FOR THE pRICE 01::: 100 Mg. -- 2/100:s7- $1.49 200 Mg. 2/100 s -- $2.98 500 Mg. -- 2/50's -- Platinum Plus 10's. Reg. $1.89 NOW I'ow 18 Ounce Reg. $1.19 EVERGREEN SQUARE 426-3456