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:di: !!i i iii i! :~iiiii//ii%' :~il ,~ MEMBERS OF THE Mason County Robinettes who won first and second place awards in a recent twirling event in Quilcene were, left to right, back row, Kristie Manke, Laurie Byrd and Shelli Thomason, front, Tina Tracy. in Mason County Corps attended Twirling Contest at 14. They brought first place trophy for Corps, and the Group Trophy, awarded for Points won by groups from the same Corps. Senior Small Team, oran, Kristie Manke, and Dawn Won the first place High School Majorette ~nd the Junior Small Joslin, DeAnn Joslin, and Vicki White, place in the same in Girls entering individual competition and their wins were Tina Tracy, first for Basic Strut, age 9-10 and first for first Contest Beginner Solo, age 10-12; DeAnn Joslin, second for Basic Strut, age 11 and third for Military Strut, age 10-11; Kim Joslin, first for Basic Strut, age 12; Kristie Manke, first for Basic Strut, ace 13 and over, second for Military Strut, age 13 and over, first for Beginner Solo, age 13 and over, and second for Beginner Solo Sweepstakes (winners all ages); Shelli Thomason, first for Military Strut, age 13 and over, first for Intermediate Solo Twirl, age 12-14, and first for Senior Parade Strut, age 13 and over; Laurie Attends Chaplain School Chaplain (Major) 34-week Chaplain officer whose parents advanced course at the Army Mrs. Emil E. Venzke, Chaplain School, Ft. Hamilton, recently began the N.Y. The course is designed to prepare Army Chaplains for staff and supervisory assignments and About includes subjects ranging from psychological counseling and financial management to command and staff procedures. Chaplain Venzke is scheduled to complete the course June 8. Byrd, second for Beginner Solo, age 11-12; Dawn Rhodes, second for Intermediate Solo Twirl, age 12-14 and second for Senior Parade Strut, age 1 3 and over. Other Robinettes entering individual events were Flora Musgrove, Shelley Kratcha, LynDee Kiefer, Terrie Moran, Karen Sushak and Donna Zangle. Sgt. Frank E. Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Simons, Shelton has received the U. S. Air Force Commendation Medal at McConnell AFB, Kan. Sergeant Simons, a navigational systems repairman, was cited for his outstanding performance of duty in Vietnam. He is now on duty at McConnell with a unit of the Tactical Air Command which provides combat units for air support of U. S. ground forces. A 1962 graduate of Port Angeles Senior High School, he received his B.S. degree in physics in 1968 from the University of Washington. "ENTHUSIASM--the great hill climber" PAINT, PANEL & PLYWOOD SALE! We are proud to announce that we now have a complete line of lumber & building materials! SUPER SAVER! Gun Stock Mahogany Paneling 4x8 sheet Panel ONLY $199 light & medium tones.$568 Golden Birch Paneling $9.99 ......... NOW Plywood e.d.x ................. ONLY, SHEET $34' Plywood 5/8- c.d.x ................ ONLY, SHEET 2x4 STUDS KD. Standard or better ......... ONLY 66* Aluminum Windows Now from 25%-30% off. 3x2. Reg. ret. $20.93 Now... 89.95 Aluminum Storm Doors & Windows 25%-30%o. Super Buy Interior Latex White ..... On,, $1.99 Ga, RENOIR WALLPAPER by Leroy of Paris New selection. Pre-pasted, pretrimmed, vinylized, serubbable. See this exclusive selection TODAY! by Tone 'n Tique. ANTIQUE KITS Reg.$5.45 ............ NOW 82.25 GUARDSMAN ANTI-FREEZE ..... Gal. $1.49 4X8 PARTIGE BOARD .... o.,v $1.50 She.t LATEX ENAMEL aegu,ar,y $7.00 ....... NOW $4-50 EXTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX..---- O. V $4.70a,,. Get ready for the holidays by remodeling now! naster Scout Group ame inl Boy Scout Troop 112 held a pot luck dinner for families of Scouts and a Court of Honor at Bordeaux School Nov. 4. A drug abuse film was shown after the dinner. Doug Anderson and Chuck Friend presented a skit. Doug Fletcher, Herb Van Cleve, Kenyon Hedman and Darren Bunnell went through the tenderfoot investure ceremony and were welcomed into the troop during the Court of Honor. Mark Brewer was awarded a second class badge and John Bennett a first class badge. Mike Fletcher received the Dog Care Merit Badge; Doug Anderson was awarded the Metal Working Merit Badge and Gordon Reed received the Reading Merit Badge. Service awards for assisting the VFW with their bicycle safety campaign in October were presented to John Bennett, Roger Ayers, Clark Lehman, Doug Anderson, Gordon Reed, Mike Fletcher, Gene Greenfield, Brad Johnson, Herb and Allen Van Cleve. Corps Permit Requested For Bulkhead, Ramp Application has been received by the Seattle U. S. Army Corps of Engineers office from R. A. Wolff, Edmonds, for a Department of the Army permit for work in Hood Canal at Hoodsport. The work includes repair and preservation of existing concrete bulkhead; an additional concrete bulkhead and boat ramp and placing sand and gravel fill for erosion protection and private boat launch. Interested parties are requested to submit, in writing, any comments or objections that they may have to the existing and proposed work. The decision as to whether a permit will be issued will be based on an evaluation of the impact of the existing and proposed work on the public interest. Factors affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, water quality, economics, conservation, aesthetics, recreation, water supply, flood damage prevention, ecosystems, and, in general, the needs and welfare of the people. Comments on these factors will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would be in the best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this notice should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps office not later than Dec. 8 to insure consideration. Dr. Arlin M. Halvorscn will bring his first sermon as the new pastor of the Shelton First Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Nov. 21. Dr. Halvorsen visited the local church Now On UNICEF Christmas greeting cards and notes, engagement calendars and wall calendars went on sale Monday of this week in the lobby of the local Post Office. This is the third consecutive year that the Christian Social Concerns Commission of the Shelton United Methodist Church has sponsored the sale of these cards and calendars from the post office. The work of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) goes on year after year, alleviating suffering and disease in children in countries around the world, as well as providing education and teaching materials. For every child aided, thousands wait. Every UNICEF greeting card sent, every UNICEF engagement calendar you buy can mean the awakening of hope for a child. In the past 24 years, UNICEF has accomplished small miracles: 300,000,000 children have been vaccinated against tuberculosis. 24,000,000 have been spared the disfigurement of yaws. as a candidate Aug. 22. A call was extended by the church and accepted by Dr. Halvorsen. The weeks since then have been used to close his ministry at Calvary Here 48,000 rural and urban health centers have been equipped for treating mothers and children. These are just a small sampling of the miracles that have come to pass - a promise of things to come. One box of cards can buy three dozen test tubes for science teaching. Five boxes can buy six digging forks for a school nutrition program. Ten boxes can provide two cots for a day care center. Twenty-two boxes can buy an oxygen tent for infants. Cards and calendars may be purchased at the table and orders will be taken through Nov. 26, for items not in stock. ANIMALS: those who never hear the clock strike.., die without any idea of death.., have no theologians to instruct them, their last moments are not disturbed by unwelcome and unpleasant ceremonies, their funerals cost them nothing, and no one starts lawsuits over their wills. Voltaire Memorial Church, Racine. Wis. Prior to his ministry m Racine, Dr. Halvorsen was pastor of the First Baptist Church of Salem, Ore. from 1959 to 1964. During this time, he became well known in Baptist churches on the West Coast. Dr. Halvorsen was the son of a minister and at the age of 19 he realized that he was also called to the ministry. He was ordained by the First Baptist Church of Pilger, Neb. and served in several pastorates in the mid-west before moving to Salem. Dr. and Mrs. Halvorsen have two daughters. One is married and lives in Oregon; the other attends college in the midwest. The Halvorsens expect to arrive in Shelton the latter part of this week. The church members have been busy in preparing the parsonage at 2020 Laurel Street for their arrival. The ladies have held a kitchen shower to stock the pantry shelves. The public is invited to join with the church in welcoming Dr. and Mrs. Halvorsen to the community. STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME TOBINSKI & ASSOCIATES 317 S. 1st St. PHONE 491-3232 ANYTIME.I CALL COLLECT! COUNTY FEDERAL S E VOLUME 2, NUMBER 11 Shelton, Washington NOVEMBER 1971 CO%T Geraldine Anderson, from Hoodsport, spotted her account number and claimed $5.00 for her efforts. However, Roger Pearson, attendant at Jess' Mobil Station, and Robert Erhart, Director of the Washington State Patrol Academy, both missed their account numbers, and the accompanying $5.00. Knowing your account number can win you $5.00, but it also can speed your transactions whenever you have business at the Credit Union. Different numbers are hidden this month, so learn your account number, and be ready! As another service for members, the Credit Union will be offering a series of trips and tours to various exciting and exotic spots the world over. The first will leave Seattle-Tacoma Airport on May 13, 1972, for Brussels, Belgium, returning on June 3rd. This is a "build-it-yourselF' tour. Air fare will be $216.00 per person, and there are three ground packages available, ranging in price from $140 to $56O. Package No. 1 offers twenty-one days of travel by Eurailpass, plus two nights accommodation in a Brussels hotel. Package No. 2 consists of a twenty-two day escorted tour which includes all hotels, transportation and two meals per day. (6123) Package No. 3 provides two hotel nights, guest house motels and all land arrangements, plus rental of a late model car. Credit Union members may purchase the plane fare only, or any combination of plane fare and land package. A deposit of $100 must accompany the application. Cancellations will be charged $25.00. Deadline for reservations is December 31; full payment is due prior to February 1st, 1972. After that time there will be no refunds for cancellations unless the reservation is sold to a person on the waiting list. Contact the Credit Union now for more information about vacation fun in 1972. You can start a savings plan now to take advantage of the favorable rates that will be offered on all tours. Don't wa It's nearing time for the Credit Union's Annual Meeting. This is the opportunity for ALL members to take an active part in the Credit Union. You'll hear about new services and programs. You'll have the opportunity to elect the Officers of the Credit Union, and to ask any questions you might have. More information about time, place and program will be forthcoming, so plan now to attend. (6477) st minute to finance Christmas - the selection of gifts will be much better if you plan ahead. Make up your Christmas list, find out how much money you'll need, then see how much you have. If you're short, and your Christmas plans are reasonable, chances are the Credit Union can put the needed cash in your hands. We can also start you on a savings program for next Christmas that will pay off, both in interest, and in a sense of well-being that will make Christmas an even merrier holiday. (4147) Don't wait - see your Credit Union now. Let the other guy waste his monev. Thursday, November 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13