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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 25, 1971

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l he Shelton Junior High School honor roll for the first quarter was announced this week. Four students, seventh grader Holly Estvold and eighth graders Lori Huber, April Kuhr and Michelle Williams, received straight A grades for the quarter. In order to be on the honor roll, the student must have a B or better grade point average. Those on the honor roll were: Seventh Grade: Roger Ayers, Marie Barrom, Linda Blanton, Dan Brown, Kathleen Byrne, Doug Christensen,Debbie Coleman, Brian (?ore,Theresa Cormier, Patricia Depoe, Jane Eager, Holly Estvold, Tamera Ford, Debbie Frost, Annette (;eist, Debbie Hardie, Crystal Hedman, Ross Henderson, Rhonda Henz, Danette ttuisingh, Mark Hurst, Dan Johnson, David Johnson, Larry Jones, Mary Jones, Jill Jorgenson, Dennis Kerr, Carol Knight, Karla Knudsen, Cynthia Korte, Vicki Little, Richard Magee, Terri Mirka, Margie Morkert, Peri Pettitt, Gloria Petty, Lori Powell, Martin Roe, Shannon Robinson, Shirley Robinson, Joe Santamaria, Gerrit Shelman, Mark Skotniski, Anna Snellgrove, Shawn Sowers, Cheryl Strutz, Tom Swift, Mary Jane Travis, Eugene Van Cleve, Teresa Weaver, Jeanne Weston, Tom Wittenberg, Terry Wood, Sabrina Wright, Melinda Zachry, Donna Zangl. Eighth Grade: Christy Bacon, Carol Barnett, Fred Bedell, Carol Bredeson, Mary Carson, Dana Christensen, Kathy Squaxins Get Tuition Waiver The Squaxin Indian Tribe has received a group tuition waiver for the Consumer Education class which will be taught under the sponsorship of Olympic College in Bremerton at the Kamilche School. The class starts at 7 p.m. Dec. I and will be held once a week for I0 weeks. Three college credits will be given those who complete the course. In a letter to tribal members this week, members of the tribe were encouraged to take advantage of the course. "There will be no charge or no questionnaire to fill out", the letter stated. Downing, Ellen Duemling, Rene Gates, Doug Howard, Lori Huber, Mary- Hurlbert, Chris Jackson, Mark Jaros, Bill Jarvis, Stan Karvanek, Robert Kerr, Karma Knight, Karen Kramer, April Kuhr, Diane Look, Brad Lyman, Kristie Manke, Lincoln Miner, Bruce Monger, Cheri Moore, Mel Morgan, Lori Nelson, Belinda Neilsen, Scott O'DeI1, Chris Palmer, Patti Pleines, Debbie Putvin, Susan Rodzykewycz, Margaret Robinson, Carleen Schumacher, Brett Simpson, Paul Skipworth, Sherrill Thomason, Tim Tidyman, Patty Trotzer, Joe Van Overbeke, Michelle Williams, Kim Wright, Terry Young, Jay Zamzow. Ninth Grade: Debra Aitken, Elizabeth Andrews, Scott Barnard, Butt Barnes, James Allen Barrom, Donna Blanton, Patti Brewer, Cart Brown, Bob Christensen, Steve Cochran, Greg Cook, Sue Cooke, Edith Densley, Don Devaney, Susan Dickinson, Cindy Donnell, Virginia Dundas, Dan Eveleth, David Fernandez, Liana Ford, Joni Gibson, Bonnie Greenfield, Jari Grewe, Gregg Grinnell, Julie Haley, Clareen Hansen, Roleyn Hansen, David Herrick, Perry Huston, Tami Jacobson, Paul James, Jenny Knudsen, Karen Kytta, Gerald Lester, Carla Linn, Gary Lyons, Lori McCracken, Debbie Morgan, Debbie Morrison, Charlene Mounts, Julie Munsell, Margaret Cite, Robyn Ogden, Dale Olsen, Tom Pappas, Barbara Petty, Dale Rae, Dawn Rhodes, Sue Ruddell, Robyn Schad, Marty Settle, Vicki Skaar, Kim Snyder, John Stewart, Kerri Stoehr, Laura Stout, Linda Stuller, Elisabeth Teberg, Keith Thompson, Connie Tuson, Jean Van l)e Riet, Dianna Warren, Barry Wicket t, Barbara Dorcy. Attorney Named For Youth [:rank (,hramm, 18, Union, appeared in Mason County Superior Court Friday for identification and appointment of an attorney on a charge of second degree burglary. Judge Hewitt Henry appointed Fred Gentry, Olympia attorney, to represent Ghramm. The youth was released on his personal recognizance on the recommendation of Prosecuting Attorney Byron McClanahan. a.m. to THANKSGIVING DAY Running Short of Salad Fixin's? We Have Fresh ... Radishes, Green Onions, Celery, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Sweet Potat~oes and many other good things from the garden. * * See Our Complete Selection * * of Wines for Your Holiday Table! Also... Dairy Products * Bakery Items * Ice Cubes 1931 Olympic Hwy. N. Operated by Brad Owen Young men and women. The Army's getting a dramatic pay increase. At a minimum, the new starting salaries will be doubled. And you still get free meals, free housing, free clothing, free medical and dental care, free job-training and education, and 30 days' paid vacation a year. Today's Army wants to join you. At a much higher salary. 943-7451. ! Seven See County C O The Mason County Republican Central Committee has received seven applications for consideration for their recommendations to the County Commission to flu the position of County Clerk to succeed retiring Mrs. Lodga Kimbel. The central committee met Tuesday night to consider the applications. They select three candidates who are then recommended to the County Commissioners who will appoint someone to fill Mrs. Kimbel's term. The seven applicants are Lou Donnell, Carolyn Kerr, Millie Conklin, Betty Thompson, George Nelson, Dale Evans and Gertrude Pauley. MONEY IS the seed of mooey, and the first guinea is sometimes more difficult to acquire than the second million. Jean Jacques Rousseau THE ANNUAL United Good Neighbors appeal is getting underway in the Simpson Timber Company mills and woods operations with IWA Local 3-38 Assistant Business Agent Arnold Livingston, left, heading the effort. Here Livingston and two IWA members who are also Boy Scout leaders, put up a UGN poster. The Boy Scouts are one of the agencies which benefit from funds raised by UGN. In the center is Leroy (Speedy) Gonzales, a green planer lumber pressman in the Sawmill Division who is Assistant Scoutmaster of Southside Troop 103 with 16 boys and Cub Master for Southside Cub Scout Pack 103 with 12 members. On the right is Keith Anderson, a planer tallyman leadman at the dry planer plant. He is Scoutmaster of Troop 112 from Bordeaux School which has 26 boys participating. range By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - Ted and Elsie Ness of the Jarrell's Cove Marina announce their new winter hours. On weekdays they will open at 8 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. with the exception of Wednesday when they are closed. Sunday they will open at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. The Harstine Grange met at the Community Hall last week on Wednesday evening. The main topic of their business meeting consisted of election of officers for 1972. They are Master, Phil Chapman; Overseer, Glenn Yates; Secretary, Dorothy Chapman; Treasurer, Chet Streckenbach; Chaplain, John Dunlap; Lecturer, Beulah Hitchcock; Steward, Marshall Olson; Gate Keeper, Bud Glaser; Flora, Helen Louise Simons; Ceres, Pat Dunlap; Pomona, Frances Madge; Assistant Steward, Everett Simons; Lady Assistant Steward, Carmen Yates; Women's Activities Chairman, Helen Olson and Executive Committeeman, Ted Ness. The new Holiday cookbooks have arrived, which Grange members will be selling. Sixteen members of the Harstine Women's Club traveled across Pickering Pass to the 'little 'ol schoolhouse' on the mainland to be the guests of the Pickering Club. Everyone enjoyed a ham dinner with all the trimmings, topped off with apple and pumpkin pies. Margaret McCulloch won the door prize. And the winners of the two fun games were Helen Olson and llilda Williams. Everyone I've talked to that attended really thought it was a wonderfully fun day. And it was very profitable, too, with the sales of the plants, baked goods, white elephants, etc. bringing more than $20 for the Island gals' treasurery. Johnnie and Lucille Johnson of Island Shores spent one day last week in Tacoma visiting their close friends, the Max Flynns who just recently returned from a trip to Minnesota. The couple spent about a month on their mid-west jaunt. The Islanders stayed for dinner and to enjoy the travelers account of the trip. Reid and Edna Mitchell traveled to Seattle Tuesday of last week. They headed for the big city as soon as they closed their Real Estate office for the day. The occasion for the drive was to attend their son, Larry's wedding. On arriving in the Queen City they picked up their daughter, Sherry, and then picked up the bride-groom, Larry. The next priority was a steak dinner for the foursome, prior to the big event All four were subconsciencely CORRECT , FORMAL WEAR Complete Tuxedo Rental Service L~qd; Men's ~j Women's f 409 Railroad I IIIII ]e e icers aware of the bit of nostalgia present while they were dining. For each of them were, no doubt, aware that this would be one of the few times that just their own immediate family might share such an evening and dinner together. So while they were all enjoying a very good dinner together they also savored the togetherness of the whole family, morn, dad, brother and sister. The small family wedding was held at a Chapel in Burien. The bride is Christine McNallv. After the ceremony the brides family held a reception at their Burien home. Reid and Edna stayed overnight in Seattle and came back to Shelton the following morning. Drop-in visitors at the Gene Seward home this past Sunday afternoon were the couple's close friends, John and Ruby Fraizer of Seattle. They l]ad brought a load of household goods down from Seattle for their daughter, Judy and her husband, Jay and two children who are presently moving to a home at Agate Beach. He is employed by the Corrections Center in Shelton. So after they unloaded they all dropped over to the Island for a short chat. A1 and Nellie Schenk who reside clear up in the far northwest corner of our state at Camp Hoko near Sekiu surprised their good friends, Alice and Johnny Budd with an overnight visit this past weekend. It had been quite some time since the two couples ha: ~otten together so they had a ' , of news to catch up on. m Call Us About ~-~/~P OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, INC Home Owned FAIR , 99 $4.98 Special ...... * Monopoly ,,,, ............ While They Last * Hobbiq.'s - Puzzles - Crc For ,kll Ages and Tast * Bottle Cutters ............ 8 ",:. "O " * Candh MakqDrs Suppl es * Artlst Supplies * ',s ins O,rds * I Dctior~ Collect rs ;to h ~ At Home And Sh, Iton ". FOR ONLY q HOMELITE CHAIN SAW. Engi. neered for reliability and per. formance. /~E. Specially custom molded for your Homelite Chain Saw. TOY SAW. Works like real one but harmless bead chain does not rail "E-Z models and 150 Automatic= MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 For Santa's Favorite People. 'io:e ' ": e,: 0 Pare= 9 - C,h-'+,-,n.M=cr~n r'r. Jn*w .Ir~tarn~l . Thltrcrl:a.., Nnt,amhar '~ 1Q'71 ml / i!i : / / i::::: ::::::::: i i: :i:i:?"+-' Membership Open to All ActiVe Retired Simpson Timber C Employees and Their Families Ken Fredson, Manager 81M ION r M PL-OYE loll' 5th and Cedar Sts., Phone 426-1633