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November 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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|nn Youth involvement is taking place at the Inn Quest with the election of a new Executive Board. The new Executive Board consists of Valerie Sparks, Chairman ; Dave Bralley, Vice-chairman; Cindy Wokojance, Secretary; Cathie Stickley, Treasurer; Frank Roush, Program Director, and Mark Way, Kitchen Manager. Another personnel change took place with the resignation of Mike Gnbson as the Director of the Inn Quest. Steve Gay was appointed to the position. Mike Gibson will remain on the Board of Directors and the volunteer staff of the Inn Quest. The passage of a $2,475 grant from the Office of Economic Opportunity will enable the Inn Quest to put in a business phone, two crisis clinic hot line phones and sponsor an educational awareness and relivancy program. Caution will provide musical entertainment at the Inn Quest on Friday night from l0 p.m. until 1 a.m. During that time a cover charge of 25c will be charged. The Inn Quest rummage sale held in the upstairs of the Inn Quest on Monday and Wednesday of this week will continue through Friday and Saturday. First Christmas Fund om Mrs. Jane Vilnmerstedt from the Internal Revenue Service Office in Olympia talked about Phase Two of the Economic Stabilization Program at the Shelton Chamber of Commerce membership meeting at Heinie's Broiler last Thursday evening. She stated the Internal Revenue Service has been given the job of overseeing compliance with the program. The local IRS office in Olympia will be the Regional Service Center which ears will serve this area. She stated it is not planned to add new employees to handle the additional work. Their duties will include providing information, making spot checks for complaince, reviewing requests and making investigations of complaints. There will be a heavy reliance on voluntary compliance, Mrs. Vimmerstedt said. The policies and goals of the program will be established by the ivin nn pea Cost of Living Council Pay Board and Price directly under thexn regulations in those are several other commissions to deal with areas also, she said. The Pay Board ceiling of 5.5 per increases and Commission has set an increase of two to three per year in prices as said. There has been no date set for the program The intention is be removed when it can with price stability. Inflation and at the same time the government Vimmerstedt said. the public supports Donation Is Received ,, special Thanksgiving Eve should be in by noon Monday. During the supper and worship service The deadline for society pageand wage freeze, The first donation to the 40 contribution of $10. i sponsored by the Mason Countyitems will be 10 a.m Monday cent non-compliance and 8-Journal Christmas fund The fund now stands at $35 ~ Ministerial Association is The deadline for "classified m u c h o f it arrived at the Journal office Nov. with the addition of a $25 _ ~ scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 24 Monday. General news items and The goal of the 1~ 8 when the VFW Post 1694 donation from Fred B. Wivell Post I fl at the United Methodist Church. advertising will be 2~ p m misinterpretation oft] A u x i I i a r y p r c s e n t e d i t s 31 American Legion. " li The meal, prepared and serveddisplay advertising should be in said is a continued I The annual project raises i ~ by members of the association, by 5 p.m. Monday. the rate of inflation. basketsmney told provideneedy familiesChristmaSin i I will be in the fellowship room. lie Oil A U T O M A T 10 N : A I ~~'-- IrlalCl Irides Mason ("ounty ~ ~ Following the dinner, a " . Thanksgiving worship service will phenomenon which causes long I '~--~"'[ ca, us m~t_.. Are~ I[~|VtDI'I~ --- runlwsm- _J_ raisingThe Journalpart ofhandleSthe theactivity,fUnd 2 ~ .... 1~ ..... F'~ ':&, be held in the sanctuary of the lines, to fOrmnionat unemployment ........ I OAK PARK The Skokomish and Squaxin accepting contributions at its KAREN FROST, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost Jr., and Jerry church, offices, the u s to rant, pink[ ----A plannea . Froth lutheran Church will Indian Tribes have received offices at "Third and Cota. Johnson, right, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Johnson were announced Tuesday , , ~' " . . , .. " slips to rain - all for the good of I Unit Develop_rnent nlgni as Ttnallsts in me ~merlcan rlelCl ~)ervlces ~mer cans ~broacI program Thanks ivin Da federal and state funds under the The 40 and 8 handles . ,. ~. ,.. . . ...... . ~' .... HOld a servLce at tu a.m. the country. I 426-2646 ' " g g Y" Irwin Van Grove I HIMLIEREALTY, IN' Emergent3 Emph)yment Act as a preparation anddistribution of With them center is Judy Radtke, head advisor to the High School AFS State federal count" and city p . . , )' result of a plan developed by Gov. the baskets. Club. The announcement of theur selechon was made at a coffee hour at the government offices and most ~pIIItllm~ll~ll~lllllllt~llll ltlll~llml~l~jl Daniel J. Evans. Methodist Church to honor AFS student Per Nolen from Sweden, Rotary businesses in Mason County will The money will be used on projects to create jobs on the I~;ip~___ ___-- Exchange student Marie-kuise Wystrach from Germany, and Jim Cleveland, be closed Thanksgiving Day in i Christmas Holly - Holly Wreaths Indian Reservations. who recently returned from France under the Americans Abroad program, observance of the holiday. ]~ ods -- ~ ~ The State Driver Licensing ~ Aider-Smoked Puget Sound Seafo The Skokomish will receive~ -- Door Charm As ver reenS $15414 under two sections ol holiday, s-- sorted Native E g , , To Host Office will be closed for the the program while the Squaxm . w, II receLve $6,600 under one l nthar,nn ' b, __ Tak|n-- Course Students In schools m the k ,,nnrov _ - county will be dismissed early ]~ Gift Packaged & Mailed For You r" r-" Marine Pvt. William - Wednesday for the holiday. section ( v~,.- ,,,vm unto mw~ ., -- ---qF-- I.v " " " W The reservatim projects will -- ' " Shelton Firemen wall host the Dickerson son of Mr.and Mrs. Classes will resume Monday " ~ P S~ be desLgned and managed by the ! "" . .... Kitsap-Mason Firefighters i, ' . ~ ~"~m w'~ ~ O ~ ~ | | ~ ~,1~ George K. Johnson of Shelton, ,s Because of the holiday ~ S~l~ S HOTLY tARE FAR~ ElilERPIII : tribal c()unc]ls ' ' " : Association meeting at the L U II n nn ~ a,~u u ~| attending a course in basic deadlines for The Journal will be ~ Box 312, Union, We. 98592 Phon.ee$g&z ! -- ~.J l electromcs at the Marine ( o p, one day early next week. ~[ Please Call Collect or Write for Brochure..._..I I Shelton Fire Hall, at 8p.m. -- ................. r s Base, FwentyNme Palms Caht All correspondents columns Bnnrct today. About 50 firemenfrom The Shelton City Commission had several activities going for " " " " ' "' ~" ~ll~l=~lll~ll~llll~lll~l~tUNlalll~llltll~llalll~llWom'v ....... fire departments of the two Buv In llrnnr counties will hold a businessTuesday approved a conditional National Children's Book Week ~ exception to the city zoning including tours of the library and ---------=~ / ...... meeting conducted by President regulations to allow Dr. J. k. stories for pro-school youngsters 1---'5' t-...... ~ Pharmavite Pharmaceutical C0rperatiea Debban to use a residence at 608 and head start youngsters a tour _~ -" ! The Shelton ~'chool Board, at Robert Nelson of the Ollala Fire .... 1 l_( vel glr :en a special meeting Xuesday night I)epartment. Alder St. as a chiropractic clinic, by a group of head start mothers, ~ ~M - _ , .~' "-INTRODUCES i w, tcd to accept the low bid of A program will be conducted The conditional exception story hours each afternoon with " ~ ~ ~ ~/t~t.~Ml Arnold and Smith Insurance by Chief Allan Nevitt on the had been recommended by the members of the High School ~Irl[*l]F'Jl~ ~"I["~, ~ ! Agency for l'ability insurance for procedures for annual test of fire city planning commission. Drama ('lass reading to the ~ ~'1~ vffl'~'~i. ~/1//~'N~~'l"~" ..i,,-a~'';: ~''''-~081~Cz1( the school district tor the coming trucks. City Librarian Morley Kramer youngsters. ~ il~ai~m~llli~UliPIr /% year. Refreshments will be served toldthe commission the library ~ ~ ,,"i The firm'sbidwaslowoftw,, by the Shelton Volunteer Miss I Duton / received. The other bid was Firemen and their wives, under / / ::: )f0r t LBEAUTY received from the Shelton Agent's the direction of their President, , / ,/, / ,,~] ;" .HYPO2~LII:R{~F:NIc Association. Dennis Colvin. Pohce,lnvestlgate ,,i n ...... e-- ' : 1 7//// -ORGANIC ,' . "i,:, .... Hall "" lr Of Man Here r! I Antat,d ..... f(/ ..... I ' ~ ," ' ' "7 ~ L -VITAMIN E .... -:-: : " ......... :: hoLLer-- ual S Shampoo Formu a I ". ' S h e 1 t o n P o 1 i c e a r e ttalloween mask and a yellow and Haircoloring I ,qAVl::: .~1 131~ investigating an incident last week red striped sweater came into his ~ ~ ........ / // \ in which a masked intruderhome shortly before 2 a.m., I~~~l I /1 dyHand&B0 [0ti0n, SoL $2.95 entered a home, grabbed a pair of grabbed a pair of trousers which ~,,.2~'_~'~ 1"2