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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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,d for fl: ,th Urges Program Travis Says Policy Is Fiscally Responsible George Radich eorge Radich, an in Shelton the past is a candidate for the on the Shelton School now held by Robert children, a son in the second grade, and a daughter, 3. Mrs. Radich is a speech correctionist and was employed in this field in Oregon before the family came to Shelton. Dr. Radich said an area he would work toward if elected to the School Board would be in an extensive early reading program to give students the basic learning tool of the ability to read as early in their school years as possible. Many of those who drop out when they reach high school age do so because they have difficulty in reading which makes keeping up with their studies difficult. Commenting on the expanded vocational education program which is anticipated when the high school moves into its new facility, he stated he would favor a program designed to furnish students who would not be going on to college with basic skills which would enable them to move into the line of work they want. The school should be turning out people who are trainable in a number of areas, Frank A. Travis After 91/2 years in public office and 46 years city residency, my political philosophy is generally known. However, for those who have recently moved to our city, I will present a brief personal history. My schooling was third grade through twelfth in Shelton Public Schools, then finished with four i~ye~s more so than with technical years at the University of been a member of the training in a specific area for ~o.[arl~ and Recreation which there may be a reduced -'~:~n, a member of the demand when they complete Hidden Haven ~";~hool District Citizen's school l~ellUmmittee' an fficer in|i~0n Jaycees and Some proven areas in which Re chairman there is a demand should be |n~i Ma k_e Gr~ss i~e, Mason-Thurston upgraded in the vocational Action Council. program, Dr. Radich commented. 6,reenl At Home Court his wife, Pat, have two Dr. Radich stated he favors a reorganization of the tax By FRANCES RADTKE structure to provide a better formula for state support of HIDDEN HAVEN - Wet Hamlin n my pleasure to 309 for the as a member of Education and as its the past I]A years. It pleasure to serve Years upon your rny term of office 1 nded all but two the board, four state COnventions and one School Board from beginning to new buildings molition of Old Chool. The High ISSUe was passed 76 and planning will :Ompleted with to start this spring. that I shall be new high school education, but, cautioned that at the same time, the local school boards must be alert to protect local control of schools and not loose their authority over the local schools. Dr. Radich concluded the Shelton-District has a good program now and what is needed is to modify it to fit contemporary needs. Kneeland Unopposed For Post weather is making the grass green at Hidden Haven. Those who walk about the park these days wear rain coats, rubbers and carry umbrellas. Mrs. Erna Martin, of Triton Head, has purchased the mobile home on Poinsetta Drive, recently owned by Mrs. H. M. Evans. Mrs. Martin will begin moving small things soon and the main moving event will take place shortly before Dec. She is looking forward to Christmas at the Haven. Mrs. Evans, who suffered a fall from her front porch Sept. 8, is being hospitalized and will eventually make her home with her son, R. A. Welwood and family. Guests at the potluck dinner in the community hall this month were privileged to eat some of those tasty tomatoes from the huge vine grown by Clyde White which bore more than two hundred tomatoes. They were pronounced very tasty. Several tables of pinochle were in play after dinner while other guests sat by the fireplace discussing this and that. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings David Kneeland Although I am running unopposed for Finance Commissioner of Shelton, I wish to offer my sincere thanks to the people of Shelton for your fine support of the city commission in the past and am looking forward to your continued support in the future. AT CONSISTS mainly of solemnity. Ambrose Bierce ~e%t for Shelton Elementary IlOh0ols and r ~lhelton SenSe kli~h School Nov. 1-5 Washington. Immediately following college, I enlisted in the United States Coast Guard and saw five years of service spanning the entire WW2 conflict. The year after cessation of hostilities, I returned to Shelton and was employed by Simpson Timber Company for a ten year period. Leaving the Company in 1957, I purchased a wholesale evergreen company in which I am now presently occupied. As mayor of Shelton, I present and uphold a conservative, fiscally responsible policy relative to the growth and improvement of the City. The city commissioners, and myself, have been in accord on a pay-as-you-go program abhorring deficit financing for any city improvement or maintenance project. Our street lighting, sewer and water modernization extension utilities, will be continued within a balanced budget. For a better insight of your City government and its officials, I urge your attendance at the weekly City commission meetings. Miklethun will be host and hostess for the Nov. 9 dinner and will furnish a turkey and dressing for all Haven residents. The rest of the trimmings will be potluck. Mrs. Agnes Alexander has been enjoying square dancing lately and has now had several lessons. Dick Schaufler is again being hospitalized. The 4-H Achievement Night under the chairmanship of Mrs. Arline Fullerton, was well attended at the Belfair Elementary School. Mrs. Frances Radtke entertained with piano music before the proceedings commenced and during the fashion show. 4-H girls modeled gowns and sportswear made by themselves. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 00000000Qq~h, QQQQ You Should Know... 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Door Prizes Given Away Daily! White Gold Diamond Solitare Wedding Set .$ Was $237.50 ...................................... NOW 00 Yellow Gold -ct. Diamond Wedding Set $11uffl O0 Was $250.00 ...................................... NOW l H,,qt White Gold Diamond Wedding Set $( Was $125.00 ..................... ................ NOW Antique Gold Diamond Wedding Set .... , O0 Was $200.00 .................................l OW Diamond Pierced Earrings, 14 kt. Gold Was $119.00 ...................................... NOW ilili:: i i ,i,ii! i,liii,'i,, ! ' i :?: ! Door Prizes Given Away Daily! Gents, 17-Jewel Day-Date, self-wind $ Was $95.00 ........................................ NOW Gents, 17-Jewel, Day-Date, Self-Wind Was $75.00 ........................................ NOW Ladies, 17-Jewel, White Bracelet Watch $ Was $80.00 ........................................ NOW Ladies, 17-Jewel Yellow Bracelet Watch Was $65.00 ........................................ NOW 95 Ladies, 23-Jewel, Diamond Watch, 1-full Carat Was $650.00 ....................................... NOW rigs Door Prizes Given Away Daily! Ladies Pearl and Genuine Amethyst Was $60.50 ............................................. NOW Ladies Yellow Gold Pearl Ring was $2s.oo ................................................ NOW Ladies Antique Gold Topaz Was $45.00 ................................................ NOW Ladies Blue Sapphire Was $68.00 ................................................NOW Ladies Genuine Opal was $ss.00 ................................................ NOW Ladies Blue Llnde Star Sapphire was ss2.s0 ................................................ NOW Ladies Yellow Gold Perldot was ss .gs ................................................ NOW Assorted Ladles Birthstone Rings was $ e.gs ................................................ NOW Assorted Boys Sterling Rings Was $14.95 ................................................ 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