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December 16, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Mary M. Knight Events Are By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER Mary M. Knight school had its first official homecoming basketball game last Saturday night. Included in the activities was the choosing of a homecoming queen. The girl that was chosen to be this year's queen is Annette Painter. Annette is an honor student of Mary M. Knight High School who plans to attend Washington State University next fall. Also included in the festivities of homecoming was the first M.M.K. "'Tricycle 400." The person who took first place in the four lap around the school race was Beverly Oien. Coming in a close second on their "modified class A" tricycle was a team made up of Randy Reeve and Tim Trimble. Mike Sinclair and Richard Lillie got third and close behind was Pat Sinclair and Russel Painter for fourth place. The winner of the race received the "Grand Prize" which turned out to be a lollipop. Grades one through eight are putting on a Christmas program next Monday evening. The main theme of the play will be the Christmas story. The play is being directed by Collin Core, the school's music director. Dave Thacher To Head Heart Fund Drive Here AI RMAN WAYNE S. SUSHAK, son of Mrs. Kay J.' Sushak, Shelton, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Ft. Bliss, Tex., for training as a language specialist. Airman Sushak, a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School, attended Olympic College, Bremerton. David A. Thacher, Shelton t o c o n t i n u e programs of realtor, will head the February W a s h i n g t o n S t a t e H e a r t Heart Fund Drive in this county, Association. Jack 'lranum of Olympia, re#onal Washington State Heart chairman ol the drive, announced Association offers free instruction this week. for families caring for stroke This is a second term as patients in the home. The agency county chairman for Thacher. tie sponsors instruction in previously served four years as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Shelt()n city chairman for the provides classes in diagnosis and Heart Fund. lie ~s a member of care of the heart patient for the Kiwanis Club and is active in physicians and nurses and offers church and youth activities free nutrition counseling to all locally, interestedin dietand heart tte will be responsible for health. naming community leaders in the drive that seeks to raise $913,027 Corps Gets Permit Applieat]on has been received by the Seattle U. S. Army Corps of Engineers office from Allan Rex Davis Seattle, for Department of the Army permit for work in Dana Passage on south end of tlarstine Island. The work includes repair and preservation of an existing pier and mooring buoy for private boat moorage. Interested parties are requested to submit, in writing, any comments or objections that they may have to the existing work. The decision as to whether ~a permit will be issued will be based on. an evaluation of the ~impaet of the existing work on the public Interest. Factors aIlectlng the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fishand 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. 29 to insure conside rat ion. Board To Meet Intermediate School District 113 Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting in the Grays Harbor County Branch Office, Courthouse Annex, Montesano, at 7:30 p.m. today. FROM Amen. Now Check Your Pressure! A Georgetown University medical team interested in surveying blood pressures in the area is making its unit available at Sunday services and block parties. For instance pastors will urge their parishioners to stop at the church door to have blood pressure checked following the service and "blood pressure block parties"will be given three times a week in one neighborhood after another with the cooperation of the local civic association. The project is part of a national program funded by NIH to develop and evaluate different methods of detecting and treating hypertension. This particular phase is designed to survey and treat hypertension among the black population -- statistics show it occurs three times as often in blacks as in others. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 :ates Five Mason County residents were among the 14 new First Aid Instructors who earned certificates for completion of the recent instructor course in First Aid given at the Thurston-Mason County Red Cross Chapter. Daniel E. Bruner, Jr., Red (?ross First Aid Instructor-Trainer, conducted the course. Those completing the course were Fred Abrahamson, Frank Boronat, Delbert Honsberger, Bob Johnson and Dan Stewart of Shelton ; Aadne Benestad, Theresa Economic Control Be.es, Gary Bowman, Darlene Rules Published New regulations on the present period of economic cont rolsare available to the Dunn, Karen ttigson, Bill Pickens, tlarry Welling and Russell Ford of Olympia; and Tom Suzawith of Yelm. public, according to Neal S. Warren, District Director for the 1~ L A Ruddell Seattle Internal Revenue District , oQen The new ruJings, issued by the.ll gn'rt'rou--k Basic President's ('()st ot Living Council, Pay Board and Price Commission, are contained in the "Federal Register" dated Nov. 13, 1971, Volume 36, Number 220, Part I!1. Copies of this document can be obtained by sending 20 cents to: U.S. Government Book Store, 450 Golden Gate Ave., Box 36104, San Francisco, Calif. 94102. 94102. Airman Robert S. Ruddell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ruddell, Shelton has completed his U.S. Air Force basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training in accounting and finance. Airman Ruddell, a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School, attended Yakima Valley Collage. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS FSLIC INSURANCE INCREASED TO $20,000.00 SHELTON -- FirSt & Railroad, 426-8211 =e.01,~ .w...._._ _AoLvmp,* ,.=l~t alu qo*,~,'.,.o ......... ,u,.wJ,, ;.Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 16, 1971 St. Martins The Southside Jumping Jills rope jumping group will perform at St. Martin's College Dec. 21. They will be performing during half time of a basketball game. The game starts at ~ p.m. Other scheduled dates include Jan. 1 5 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma; Jan. 21 at Weatherwax High School in Aberdeen; Jan. 29 at Centralia Junior College and Feb. 12 at Seattle University. The group has some open dates. There are 3 1 sixth and seventh grade girls in the full unit. The costumes were made by the parents, but, the girls earned the money for the material by selling pop corn and at a spaghetti dinner. The group performs for local civic organizations where space is available. Foursquare Sets Service There will be special services atl day Sunday, commemorating the birth of Christ in the Foursquare Church. There will be an old-fashioned Sunday School Christmas Program during the 11 a.m. service when all the children of the Sunday School will be portraying the birth of Christ in recitations, dialogues and songs. This will be climaxed by an illustrated message entitled "Whose Birthday". John W. Peterson's "A Song Unending" is the title of the Cantata being presented in the evening at 7 p.m. The Youth Choir will be singing the Story Of Christmas. Bridge Winners North-South winners for the Monday Night meeting of the Shelton Bridge Club were Tuey Schumacher and Bob Quimby, and Bruce Kreager and Clyde Ruddell. Winning for East-West were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Umphenour, and Lynn Rust and Shirley Byrne. All bridge players are welcome to attend the Monday night games held at 7:15 p.m. in the PUD building. CALAMITY: Two kinds: misfortune to ourselves, and good fortune to others. Ambrose Bierce MARINE PFC John M. Miller, husband of the former Miss Alice J. Schimschat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schimschat, Shelton, has graduated from recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. He is a 1971 graduate of East Bremerton High Music the Tune Toppers School. Karnilche Grange Hall Every First & Third .... ;:i; .... Tasty Treats From Local Waters You'll Like Our Seafood Menu Come Out And Try... Gourmet Treat OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL... $3.00 If You Appreciate Choice Steaks Prepared to Perfection You'll Love Ours... RIB EYE ...............$2.50 New Luncheon Specials Daily OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Except Monday Phone 1 Mile S. of 877-9733 Hoodsport =NUS (wi h exfra love included if yOu are sh00tinq negat;ves on film aizes 120, 6-20 Kodacolor Fujicolor or G.A.E 12 EXPOSURE BONUS PHOTO ............. $3.69 20 EXPOSURE BONUS PHOTO $5.69 12 EXPOSURE JUMBO PHOTO ............. $2.97 20 EXPOSURE JUMBO PHOTO $4.49 Slides & Movie Processing Kodachrome, Ektachrome or Fujichrome 20 EXPOSURE SLIDES .................... $1.49 36 EXPOSURE SLIDES .................... $2.49 8 MM & SUPER 8 MOVIES ................. $1.49 NELL'S 5TH & FRANKLIN 426-3327 ur Christmas Sh pping Convenience, h Followin Shelton Stores Will B OPEN 12 to 5 OPEN 12 to 5 P.M. OPEN 12 to 5 P.M. 11 A.M. OPEN 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. OPEN 11 to 4 OPEN 12 to 5