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October 28, 1971

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Knight i Close At C. CLEVENGER president that it is presently ~1~ ~t fir, possible to get as high as a 3.7 learn ot six-week grading G.P.A. and not be on the honor ~]~,e to an end last week roll. L',z" Knight. Honor Roll Jim Mathis, the school's ~is,fr this term are:vocational education teacher, IL'Annette Painter Millie attended the "Local Vocational ][~, Mike Sinclair,' Brian Administrators Meetin " last ~Yer. ,, g ii*.' (Juniors), Terry week. The purpose of the ]~e" ~lrn Trimble, Randy meeting was basically, to talk . ~ ~e ' . 'l~'~ th Brehmeyer; about problems in teaching L'Fres), Karen Lillie,vocational skills and discuss how ILrrdsham; (Freshmen),to solve and improve them," said L~K;(Eighth Grade), Lori Mathis. I'~eventh Grade), TammyThe MMK school board has ~dent council met lastdecided to take sealed bids on some surplus school items. The ]~" ~ake a recommendation bids will be for a 1955 Chevrolet ]LLI~CUlty to change the 28 passenger bus, a toledo pipe |~"sYstem. Presently, to threader, (no dies), a Yale |~0t roll status, a student three-ton rail hugger chain hoist, |~t have any one grade I~.~ a "B". The council and an AB Dick manual type alcohol duplicator. All items can |1' changed to a 3.0 be inspected from 8 a.m. to 4 |"~aSnoted by the A.S.B. p.m. on weekdays. h School ..... SIMPSON TIMBER CO.'S seed cone warehouse near the Railroad Ave. entrance to its waterfront operations here is bulging at the seams as the company concluded its cone buying for the season. Simpson roug one BY MORLEY KRAMER Halloween, the witching night, has a long and interesting history. The Shelton Public Library h~s books on this subject as well as good old fashioned ghost stories. Halloween Through Twenty Centuries by Ralph and Adeline Linton traces this mystic holiday back through time. Because the witch is still the symbol of Halloween, they delve into the tore of witchcraft. This book is a treasury of- Halloween folklore, both religious and magical, and will give the reader a renewed appreciation of this weird and fascinating lmliday Heigh-Ho for Halloween hy Elizabeth Sechrist starts with the story of the beginning of Halloween, many hundreds of years ago. It contains famous Halloween stories, poems, plays, games, directions for parties, g costumes and entertainment. uyln Ghosts and Goblins is an Sp omnibus of magic and fantasy, Day eakers Simpson Timber Company be certified as to cone picking procurement is one of the largest witches and fairies, spooks and =-~d A bly completed its cone buying in the location, purity and germination in the Company's history, andspirits. From the four cornersof r t Ass( hm Shelton Working Circle last week, before it is used in planting or will supply seed for the the world, Wilhelmina Harper has said William Kamin, tree farm direct seeding. The 1971 cone Company's future needs, gathered these tales to be told on [/tBI~EWER Friday featured Mrs. Ruth Moore, forester. A total of 4,700 Halloween - or whenever the ~11 g~f~_I~.ghclimber football president of V.F.W. in Shelton, two-bushel sacks of Douglas fir night is dark and the moon is full. ~'~etl their first defeat who spoke on patriotism and the cones were purchased in this area. H e 1 e n B o r t e n' s b o o k IZ t:entralia Tigers !a debt we owe to our country.More than 50 cone picking Halloween describes familiar ['h~berscameoutwith6 Ed Heavey, King County permits involving 200 people or P"or-s Is Ask .su For customs and their origin in ~he Tigers 14. This weekC o u n c i I m a n a n d p a s tmore were issued to pick cones Celtic, Roman and Christian holidays. The Druids ~'ia~vill battle against representative from the 34thfrom Simpson land. Three buying |hik ~.away game and district spoke on what stations were located within the Permit For P .~r end-of-summer fest!val of ~11~ mnbers will host Somhain and the Romans harvest it~rllf0r government needs to do so we Shelton Working Circle to supply ~the homecoming may have liberty and justice to seed for the local areas. Application has been received water quality, economics, tribute to Pomona were ~hra all. A.S.B. president Jim Rogerson [f~.Lber Cone purchases weremadein by the U. S. Army Corps of conservation, aesthetics, predecessors of All Hallow's Even, Cross Country gave an editorial speech on other cone producing areas inEngineers Seattle office fromrecreation, water supply, flood and the magic and superstition of 1oll l~hd eo their season America, Love it or Leave it. Washington with buying stations Whitacre Engineers, Inc., Tacoma, damage prevention, ecosystems, many countries have combined The A.F.S. mud olympics are locat ed in N or t h B e n d,on behalf of J. D. Powell, for and, in general, the needs and with these celebrations to make |%fan's Day assembly last being planned as part of theDarrington, Elbe and Randle. Department of the Army permitwelfare of the people, our modern Halloween. homecoming festivities. Various These stations complete theirfor work in Case Inlet, near Allyn, Comments on these factors The Bold Dragoon and Other ()r games and festivities will be purchasing this week. t o c o n st ruct a pier withwill be accepted and made part of Ghastly Tales, and The Legend of featured on Loop field, probablyAll the cones from removable ramp and float to the record and will be considered Sleepy Hollow by Washington Officer Second in mud, if the Shelton weatherWashington will be processed at provide protection for swimmers in determining whether it would Irving provide thrilling reading for husband comes through, the Shelton seed plant. The cones from passing boat traffic andbe in the best public interest to a rainy night and Gwot! Horribly er Miss Mary P. ~l~of Shelton, Mason County and those who came from Bremerton~ ~l~and Hood Canal and as far as Port Townsend & Port Angeles.It ~LYOUr congratulations and lovely flowers make us morel~ rdetermined than ever to make you proud of our store. Our stock ~L ,is arriving daily and we will report our grand opening in the next V" issue. Thanks Again (Signed) Everyone at Harvey's SPECIAL YOUR CHOICE Beautiful Ever Popular HEATHER In Bloom! Choose your color & variety Most Popular Evergreen TAM JUNIPER HARVEY'S LAWN " " WINTERIZER This is our registered lawn & turf fertilizer. Contains slow and fast acting nitrogen, magnesium and ferrous sulphate to k any moss. Slow acting nitrogen feeds roots thru the months ahead. 50-Lb. Sack o er, o.ooo o. ,. Compare This Price :- --- ........ FREE--u-SE- OI SPREAD--E ....... '-'- -_-_--- - .WITH PURCHASE ALU/~iNUM i-ADDERs 2 FT. 5 FT. Stepladde Ste 24 FT. Girl's Club is planning will be opened in the seed plant mooring of small boat at float, grant a permit. Replies to this Funny Hairticklers by George is aboard the decorations for the homecoming dry kiln, the seed will be removed Interested parties are notice should be mailed to reach Mendoza are stories that childrenExtension Ladder warfare aircraft coronation, game and dance, from the cones and then sent to requested to submit, in writing, the Seattle Corps office not later will find temendously funny and Intrepid which Homecoming week is Nov. 1-5. Simpson's Lebanon plant for any comments orobjections that than Nov. 1 5 to insure just scarey enough. ght-- Weight the NATO Strike Pam Farrimond was voted finishing, they may have to the proposedconsideration. For your Halloween reading Royal Knight inOctober girl of the month under The tree seed operation in work. The decision as to whether come to the Shelton Public ~, ulac~& uec~er ! Giant the title of Friendship. Lebanon, Ore. is the center of a permit will be issued will be Library. The library is open from ]1~ Z.L Lef.T ..... ! ?int noon to 5:30 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. ~1~ CIRCULAR SAW LEAF RAKES exercise which The 1972 high school Simpson Timber Company's based on an evaluation of the Lilliwaup Group Monday throughFridayandnoon included 35 saghalies are on sale now at the forest seed storage and dispersal impact of the proposed work on ~ ~,/," aircraft fromAngle office, for Simpson's forest operations in the public interest. Factors Names Officers to 5 p.m. Saturday. ~ Protected Kingdom, We are about to complete our California, Oregon, Washington affecting the public interest Motor ~therlands and the first quarter of the1971-72 and outside sales, include, but are not limited to, New officers elected recently ONLY school year. All Simpson forest seed has to navigation, fish and wildlife,by the Lilliwaup Community Club were Roland Willson, Back In Port Special Boy's Bike Rubber Maid vice-president; Mrs. Frank Navy Lt. Commander Allan L. Williams, secretary; Mrs. Mattie Eaton, husband of the former ]~=4Inch tzxzs Feet 98 Backland, treasurer, and Mrs.Miss Joan F. Moran, Shelton, has Walter Allison and Jack Catto, returned to homeport in Quonset ~ ONLY ONLY Ea. trustees. Point, R.L with the staff of The next meeting of the club Anti-Submarine Warfare Group FISHERMAN'S DELIGHT will be Nov. 5 with a potluck Four after operations in the s pper, a usi.oss os,,on .o . rraooana oa, t.eai..aft STEELHEAD ROD REEL pinochle on the agenda, carrier USS Intrepid. "I"ST. TO MASON GENERAL Berkeley a Ft. Rod and 420 Reel COMPLETE r at the Factory" see II Friday, Saturday and Sunday 6 p.m. to ? ;slon (Sponsored by Shelton Jaycees) Wrapped and Ribboned POTTED FLOWERS Colorful Bright Just Right to Cheer From Each RHODODENDRONS GALLON SIZE Named Varieties BALLED & BUDDED Larger Size Reg. $4.98 Gal. | q typ y. fG:/ uali lus econom ' It's the ideal decorative coating new or previously painted surfaces, concrete walls, wallboard, fiberboard, primed metal, wallpaper and primed wood surfaces. Goes on easily with roller, brush or sprayer .. dries to a rich satin finish. Covers 350 to 450 sq. ft. per gallon. Ass't colors, custom colors slightly higher. SADDLE SPECIAL The "ARROW" By Simco ~A" Rig, 15" Seat, S-Year Guarantee, Regularly $t2t .50 SPECIAL Economy Size Wild Bird Feed 50 Lb. B~g Special A Home & Bed Combined Beds Safari cat Fully Washable from Stainless Steel Aquarium 20 Gallon Show Tank Complete with Heater. Filter with Charcoal and Glass Wool Ticking, Thermometer, plus Air Pump. Reg. $33.95. SPECIAL Prices Good Thurs. thru Sun. Only on our Red Wag Sword Chinese Algae Eaters Regularly 791~ each MIX OR MATCH SPECIAL The Complete Farm and Garden Center and Pet Service 2121 Olympic Hwy. N. Shelton 426-3341 Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13