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November 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 18, 1971

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Mary M. Knight Group Cong ress By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER A group of Mary M. Knight students recently attended Student Congress at Pacific Lutheran University. The group consistedof six members of the sophomore and junior classes. "It ~vas a very interesting and educational experience," said Darle Goldy, a M.M.K. sophomore. Nov. 2, four members of the school board were elected. As a result, Herb Brehmeyer Jr. got position number two, William Barnes gained position number three, Clarence Palmer obtained position number four, and Ken Gribble got position number five. William Barnes was the only person elected who was not previously holding a position on the board. The Mary M. Knight letterman's Club is planning to hold homecoming festivities at this year's first home basketball game. A homecoming queen and three princess' will be chosen. After the game, the Alumni Association will have a dance in honor of homecoming at the Matlock Grange. Members of the MM.K. senior class took the Washington Pre-College Test last Saturday. The five hour test was given at Grays Harbor College. Lilliwaup Community lub lates Event By VIVIEN OLSON LILLIWAUP - The monthly potluck dinner of the Lilliwaup Community Club was held at the clubhouse on Nov. 5. Following the business meeting, there were seven tables of pinochle. First prize was won by Frances Moake and Jack Leimback. Gwen Sutton and Walt Allison were second prize winners. (;wen Sutton and Lew Schrouder were the lucky 300 pinochle winners, and Virginia Allison won the door prize. The next pinochle party will be Friday, Nov. 19. OH DEAR, NO DEER The elusive deer were few and far between this year. Understand Bob Blanchard and his son each got one on opening day, over at tlarstine Island. Haven't heard how they did on elk. Also heard that the Blanchards will he moving back to their Ayock Beach home, hopefully in the not too distant future. Bob said thai they wondered why they'd ever decided to leave it. Hood Canal is that kind of place. Fred and Dorothy Laing came down from Puyallup to their Ayock Beach place to do a little hunting. With negative results. So they went fishing with better luck, caught a couple of silvers and a fair sized blackmouth Sunday evening. Bob Richter fared no better. The not from lack of effort. The deer population just isn't too great. Ed (and 1 trailing faithfully behind, carrying the bag for the liver) scoured the hills up and down (seems like many more ups than downs) of Okanogan, Blewett Pass, and literally waded through acres of wet brush locally, all to no avail. But no matter. We had the fun of camping out, the wonderful outdoor excercise and the excitement of the chase. Plus awakening one morning to the fascinating chorus of the coyotes singing back and forth in the distant Okanogan hills. By MORLEY KRAMER The first Thanksgiving services were held in North America in 1607. You can find out more about this celebration and the others that followed in .bogks ~t t'hb Shelt0n Public Library. Holiday Round Up, a collection of storie~ for days we celebrate, selected by Frances Cavanah and Lucile Pannell has a brief history of Thanksgiving Day and stories to read aloud. Marguerite lckis' The Book of Festival Holidays tells about the first Thanksgiving and Thanksgsving today. In addition there are suggestions for family Lunch Rules Told Pioneer School District recently sent home with each student a letter explaining the free and reduced price lunch program. The reduced price lunches are 15c. The letter stated individuals may appeal any decision of the District regarding applications. Dick Mariotti, principal, will hear such appeals. Applications are available in the school office. The information stated on the applications will be kept in complete confidence, and every effort is made to prevent the identification of children receiving free or reduced price lunches. party entertainment and after dinner games. A section on vegetables shows how to make vegetable animals, puppets and candy and corncob dolls. Brief glimpses'of celebrations around th~ c&untry complete the description of this harvest festival. Children like t~ hear stories of the "olden days" so the First Thanksgiving by Lena Barksdale should really please them. This is a warm and friendly story of a truly American feast day in a truly American home. The author has succeeded in bringing alive the kindliness and sterling worth of the early settlers which today make up our ideal of what real America stands for. The illustrations by Lois Lenski are as authentic as they are charming. No one who reads Pilgrim Thanksgiving by Wilma Pitchford ttays will be able to forget that day means more than just turkey and football. Make Thanksgiving more meaningful by knowing its history from books in the Shelton Public Library. The library is open from noon-5:30 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. I Call US About OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I An error occurred in last week's Olsen Furniture advertisement causing the dates to be printed incorrectly, therefore the same offer is being made for this weekend. FULL-SIZE ' QUILTED BED PILLOWS Colorful floral prints. Without coupon $5.95 Ea. WITH '88 COUPON EACH Limit 2. Cash value ]/20thlL Offer good Nov. 19-20-22, ]971 only. L 12 X 24 PLATE GLASS ~, With hardboard back, 3/16" glass, , beveled edge. Without coupon $6.95 ea. , WITH $ 88 COUPON EACH Limit 2, Cash value 1/20th. Offer good Nov. 19-20-22, 1971 only. 4TH & COTA SHELTON | SAFETY COMMITTEE members and others from the Simpson Olympic Plywood Plant who recently received an award for five years without a time loss accident are, left to right, Lee Freels, Robert Younger, Dewey Penberthy, general superintendent; Steve Martey, (standing); Robert Kangas, Leonard Pace, and Darrell Sparks, business agent for IWA Local 3-38. la Shelton High School II po By SANA BREWER The Fall sports season has come to its end for this year. The teams turn in their uniforms and end their turnouts. Swimming, wrestling, and basketball take over for girl's tennis, cross country and football. Cross country did some fine running this season and ended their season with 13 wins, no losses, a first place in the Invitational, third place in District, and 15th in the state meet. Highclimber football squad finished their season last Friday with a 27-0 win over Tumwater. Climbers' overall record was 8 wins and 1 loss, nothing to complain about there. The fall sports banquet will be held Nov. 29 at the Mountain View school to honor all those who turned out for football, girl's tennis or cross country. The Harlem Clowns will be coming to town, Nov. 1% to take eason Is on the Faculty Merchants. The basketball game will begin at 8 p.m. in the Shelton High School gym. Admission prices are $2 for adults, and $1.50 for students. Proceeds from the game will go to help buy some new equipment for the wrestling team. a, salmon barbecue, put on by the United Tribes Club, is set for this Friday preceeding the Harlem Clowns game. Potato salad, baked beans, bread and beverage are all included in the meal. The dinner will begin at 5 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $1.75 for adults and $1.25 for children through age 12. Boys' club is working on their annual Thanksgiving Baskets for Mason County families. Each first period class brings ingredients to make up a basket and the Boys' Club puts them together and delivers the food for Thanksgiving. Next Monday night Loop Field will see excitement. Yes, the olympics are here Costs 25c to get in events, including gunny sack races, much much more. Students have look forward to time for vacations. Nov. 18 and 19 are Parent teacher Kamilche Every First Music by the Tune Five years without a time loss accident was the new record set by Simpson Timber Company's 58 employees at the Olympic Plywood Plant in Shelton. An award dinner was held Saturday evening for the plant's safety committee members and guests. Darrell Sparks, union business agent I.W.A. local 3-38, and E. D. Penberthy, general superintendent at Olympic Plywood accepted the president's award trophy presented by John g,v, ng Thanksgiving Day services will be held in Christian Science Churches throughout the area. The service at First Church of (~rist Scientist, Shelton, which is open to the public, is scheduled for Nov. 25 at 11 a.m. Hymns of gratitude are a traditional part of the service. One of the hymns to be sung includes the verse: in mercy, in goodness how great is our King; our tribute thanksgiving with glad Thomas Boiling Is Graduated Airman First Class Thomas G. Boiling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Boiling, Shelton, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U. S. Air Force telephone exchange specialist course. 'The airman, now trained to maintain automatic telephone equipment, is being assigned to McClellan AEB, Calif., for duty with a unit of the Air Force Communications Service. Airman Boiling is a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School. hearts we bring. Thou art the Renewer the ancient of clays, who givest, for mourning the garment of praise. Other music for the occasion will include Thank God for blessings by Vaughan Warrick, which will be sung by the soloist, Jean Beerbower accompanied by the organist lzabella Dickenson. A distinctive aspect of the annual Christian Science Thanksgiving service is the individual expression of gratitude by members of the congregation. No collections are taken. "To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings," one of the citations to be read from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. The service, which will be conducted by Lola Stroud the First Reader, and Grace Herz, the Second Reader, also includes this passage from the Bible: "All things are for your sakes, that the abundant grace might through the thanksgiving of many redound to the glory of God." Local members are inviting friends and neighbors to attend. McConnell's Cameras * Radios Tapes * Custom Frames A= , ;ii!iiiiiill Thanksgiving Day! Capture Those Memories on Film! SPECIALS Polaroid Film Reg.$5.49 126 Kodacolor /s2" /s2,, KODAK CAROUSEL 33XL MOVIE 600 PROJECTOR CAMERA i % \ / Movies $ Without Movie Lights see us .for/9~ff, ~pe_~ Conners of Seattle, general manager for Simpson plywood and door products. The trophy honored the men who made the record safety achievement possible. ttoward Curtis, safety supervisor for Simpson Timber Company in Washington and Oregon, stated that the five year record is the best in all of Simpson's present manufacturing plants. Individual safety awards will be issued to each employee in recognition of his safety efforts. In AFRO TC Tom Parker, of Shelton, has enrolled in the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps at Washington State University. Parker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen H. Parker, 2205 Sherwood Lane. The Aerospace Studies program at WSU provides leadership training which will prepare Parker to qualify for his commission in the U. S. Air Force as a second lieutenant. Parker is a freshman at WSU. 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