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December 16, 1971

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Shelton High School Christmas Dance h ool C r ist m a s Planned For Dec. 17 ,o..s ,av0 Uus, tA t " practicing songs, and plans and By SANA BREWER Christmas get-togethers. ...... ,.., making decorations. In their spare Dec. 17 there is" a Christmas' German Club held its. I ~EeN '~'~"i,~,,, ~^T~ ^D~^ /i~," time they even manage tostudy a ' ..... Kaffeeklatch Dec 15 It's a ' few minutes! Everyone at t_he nonce sponsorea ny wresumg .~ .. ~ . , . -lub "" nx will -In" for the oerman coIIee nour wmcn school sure hopes that there isn t . Ly ~ y anc - - German Club holds every year at d e. It wall begin right after ..... even one parent today with a Friday's basketball game with Lnnstmas ume. guilty conscience because he or Centralia. The foreign language clubs, I ~J~'~ ,~vv n~,~ ~nE~ ~j~r'/ she wasn't at the school program last night to provide their owq Shelton's first home wrestling French, Spanish, Latin and child with the special pride tha~ match is tonight. The Junior German, are planning a universal"'''''"7 ~ ~('>** wells up inside a youngster when Varsity match begins at 6 p.m. Christmas party for Dec. 21. ~:~ and the Varsity match starts at Christmas customs, activities and he knows that Mum and Dad are 7:30 p.m. The wrestling match is food from various countries the ~ ou t there watching his against the North Thurston Rams languages represent will be shared, performance. in the Shelton Gym. Shelton has ......... The Christmas vacation for another home wrestlin- matc" lne Junior class Is seumg I~ \ ~,. LCc,~/~/>/~/:,~/,>/;,,;,~/~yj-~.! Pioneer will be from Dec. 17 to 7'""2.. "" ~ " T-shirts. The shirts are blue, short Jan. 3. Friday there will be early i Dec. Au sleeved and have Shelton dismissal at 2 p.m. and since Basketball games this week . . . ........... Hlghchmbers written on them Shelton will not be starting are Dec. 1/ t.entrana in anelton ..... " .... ' ........ ' Christmas vacahon begins at Christmas Vacation until the ann uec. z~ noqmam at ane~ton ............. ;.,. .,. .... ;..~ .. ,h. l.'Jo p.m. uec. zz. vacauon lasts middle of next week, Pioneer W I LII L 111~ I,,~ I~1111 lll~l~ Ol tllb . ' .~ ...... --.. ~ until Jan. 3, when classes will buses will provide the High Ch,,~tma~ nouuays, ClUOS are planning and holding their resume. School students bus service Monday, Tuesday and Lunch Rules Told Wednesday. The Johnny Raymond family A b Revised eligibility standards provided the trees for the gym Conner Talks out and application forms forfreeor this year. Many thanks from o " reduced price lunches were everyone at the school. I I -- Ambulance....v distributed to all parents of, The school board had abusy children enrolled in the" day this past Tuesday. Their ReD. Paul Conner (D-24th expensive equipment and "in " -I.oumy Get Grapeview School thisweek. The presence was required a little Dist.) said this week public and private ambulance operators are seeking agreement on legislation to up-grade emergency medical services. The chairman of the motor vehicle regulation subcommittee of the Legislative Transportation Committee said ambulance equipment standards and training qualifications for drivers and attendants are being considered. "A major problem in this area is that many of our smaller communities are served only by volunteer ambulance services provided in many cases by local fire districts," Conner said. "These small districts would have a difficult time financing Witnesses Plan For Assembly One of the big events of the year for Jehovah's Witnesses in the Shelton area, according to Paul Strum, local presiding minister, will be the circuit assembly which is scheduled to begin Dec. 31. Strum said arrangements have been made to hold the three-day convention at t~-Coontz Junior High School in Bt~emerton, and all I.~ congregations in Washington Circuit No. 1 will be attending. The featured speaker will be Malcome Van lke, an official from the Watchtower Society's headquarters in Brooklyn, N.Y. He has been a minister since 1940, and has traveled extensively in the United States either as a Circuit or District Supervisor for the past 16 years. Having been specially trained at the Bible School of Gilead in New York, Van lke brings both the education and the experience necessary for discussing the modern-day applications of Bible prophecy. Convention officials estimate an attendance of !,500 for the public lecture Sunday afternoon All sessions of the assembly are free, and open to the public. Log Residue Report Given Two reports just released by the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station present some results of recent studies of logging residues in Oregon, Washington, and California. These reports, "Logging Residues on Douglas-fir Region Clearcuts - Weights and Volumes," by John Dell and Frank Ward and "Volume of Logging Residues in Oregon, Washington, and California - Initial Results of a 1969-70 Study," by James O. Howard present figures on the volume and weight of logging residues created as a result of 1969 logging operations. These publications can be obtained by writing to the Director,Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Box 3141, Portland, Oregon 97208, and asking for Research Paper PNW-IIS, and Research Note PNW-163. LIBERTY MUST be limited in order to be possessed. Edmund Burke Lowrey ORGANS & PIANOS RENT OR BUY ON EASY TERMS MUSIC BOX 205 Cola 426-4302 providing the time for volunteers to be highly trained in emergency first aid." In a meeting at Tacoma Monday, the 241h District legislator said, representatives of public and private ambulance operators and state agencies agreed that minimum standards should be worked out. The question will be further discussed by those participating in a Washington/Alaska Regional Medical program meeting, at Seattle, Dec. 17, Conner said. The meeting will be held at the Hyatt House, near Seattle-Tacoma Airport. A reduction in telephone rates for more than 560 Shelton customers has been requested by Pacific Northwest Bell in tariffs filed with the Washington State Public Utilities Commission, according to Jack M. Doyle, PNB manager. Approval of the new tarriffs by the Commission would add eleven square miles to the Shelton base rate area - the area where customers receive "city-type" telephone service without additional charge. Cut "Telephone service outside the 'city-service' boundary is subject to mileage charges, depending on the distance involved," Doyle said. "This expansion will eliminate mileage charges for 320 customers within this area, and reduce mileage charges for 247 customers who are outside the area involved. The combined savings will total more than $19,000 annually" The new rates are effective Dec. 14. eligibility standards are set by the Unitea States Department of Agriculture, and all schools are required to comply with these standards. The cost of reduced price lunches for eligible families is 10c per meal. All eligible families are before noon at the Court House for the sale of the bonds for the new High School. That same night they held their regular December meeting. The Pioneer students and their teachers are to be commended for their decision to invited to apply for either the free forego the usual gift exchange this or the reduced price lunches by year. Instead they plan to completing and returning the remember families less fortunate application form to the school that ,have been hard hit by the principal. ' state s low economy. In place of All information will be kept an exchange gift each child will in strict confidence, and every bring a non-perishable food item effort will be made to conceal the which will be distributed by the identity of those receiving free or P.T.O. to needy families in the reduced price lunches, area. To make the items more WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS- AS CHILDREN SEE IT Jesus was kind and thoughtful to children -- he liked them -- and they like and follow his examples today! Fourth through ninth graders tell it in their own way. Broadcast this Sunday over: KXA 770 Kc 8f45 a.m. K GY 1241~'Plkl 10:15 a.m. the that A Christian Science radio seri~ / FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th and Cota Downtown Shelton DECEMBER 19, 1971 Sermon Topics a.m. "THE MOTHER OF JESUS" p.m, CHOIR MUSICALE Pastor: Dr. A. M. Halvorsen 9:30 a.m ....Sunday School * l 1:00 a.m.Morning Worship 7:00 p.m ......... Evening Gospel Hour Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. * The Morning Worship is broadcast live over KMAS, 1280 kc. a Mt. View Alliance Church Sunday School . 9:45 am. Morning Worship . 11:00 am A.Y.F ........... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service . . 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. AYF (Wed.) ...... 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ................................. 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister Bible School ...... 9:45,a~m. Family Service ..... 7:30 p.m. Worship .........11:00 a.m. Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 pm. Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service "< :: 4[ARL EvEns, Pastor ..... ~" .... ~- ...... St. David s Episcopal Church First Church of Christ, Sc- -eenti- l Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington IXI I 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. 8:00 a.m. -- Holy Communion " 10:00 a.m. - Family Service ~ I ] Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11:00 a.m. 11:45 a.m. -- 1st & 3rd Sundays: " ~. l / Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion (Prayer Book) _,~l/ , Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 2nd & 4th Sundays: Morning Prayer Cl~Jl~Cr) 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.rn'. Mon. & Fri. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer. ith Lutheran Church 7th and Franklin WORSHIP 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 am CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-8611 of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ...........................9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a.m. Junior Fellowship ........................ 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .......................... 7:00 pm. P[ayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD 206 E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1971 Divine Service 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Fishermen's Club P.U.O. AUDITORIUM - 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED / I/ United Methodist Church G and King Streets REV. WILLIAM ANDREWS, Minister Morning Service: 10:30 a.m. Church School begins at 9:15 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. FOURSQUARE CHURCH 910 East Dearborn Lewis B. Wysong, Pastor 11:00 a.m. Old-Fashioned Sunday School Program 7:00 p.m. CANTATA * * * "A SONG UNENDING" Youth Choir 9:45 Sunday School Wed. Bible Study -- 7:00 p.m. COME * * * BRING A FRIEND THE FRIENDLY CHURCH SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor Christmas Services Christmas Program ........................... 9:45 a.m. (Nursery -- Intermediate Classes) Morning Worship ............................. I 1:00 a.m. Message: "Immanuel" Evangelistic Service ........................... 6:00 p.m. Colored Film: "Teenage Christmas" 40 VOICE YOUTH CHOIR From Evergreen Christian Center, Olympia Presents "The Story of Christmas" Wednesday, December 22, 7:00 p.m. The Episcopal Churches of Mason County Welcome You To The Celebration of Christmas 1971 SAINT DAVID'S SHELTON December 19th 7:30 p.m,a - Lesson and Carol Service;- December 24th 7:30 p.m.- Trial Liturgy; 11:30 p.m. - Choral Eucharist; December 25th 11:00 a.m. - Said Service SAINT HUGH'S ALLYN December 24th 9:30 p.m. Choral Eucharist SAINT NICHOLAS' TAHUYA December 26th 11.15 a.m.- Family Service and Church School Program Greeting Drawn by Stacy Whitmore 5th Grade Bordeaux Page 16 - Shetton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 16, 1971 gramweHdas~a Ihodnor of Mrs John festive they may be rapp . . gift. Congratulations, kids, for Day. The hostesses for tlae your thoughtfulness, were Mrs. lrvin Mac Arthur Rena Shawyer, a fifth gradeher daughter, Mrs. Sandy Yt student, announces that her class at the Mac Arthur home. DaY also plans to bring apples and Shelton teacher. The~group oranges to be given to the guests had a very enjoy Exceptional Foresters at the evening watching Loanna. Shelton Airnort. many sweet gifts. Baby gifts Get well wishes from all the this day and age are just out Pioneer students and especiallythis world, the choices so va the first grade class to their and precious, that making teacher, Terry Wiss, who is one's mind is no easy task. currentlydoing battle with a batch of pneumonia bugs that sneaked up and a!tacked her ] -III= when she wash t looking I can US About sometime last week. Jan Marquett I OAK PARK of Pickering ably filled Terry s I A Planned chair and desk I Unit Development A pink and blue shower was I 426-2646 held this past Monday evening inI HIMLIE REALTY, 'H() CAI~I" DO Your Gmde to Expert Serwces in Meson County Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Drugs -- Helena Rubinstein ' -- Cosmetics -- Prescriptions -- Hypo-Allergic CosmetiCs NELL'S PHARMACY 5th & Franklin Ph. Auto Repairing 1 ,FIr Covering l-- -- I~a]or Overhauls I I --Linoleum--Carpeting I - Brakes & Ignition LI --Tile --Formica I -- Welding & Tune-ups I ED'S SERVICE I REX FLOOR COVERING 1219 So. 1st 426-1212 ~ Ph. Barber Gunsmith Men's Hair Styling * Razgr Styling * Shampooing * Regular Hair Cuts * Scissor Contouring BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING For Appointment Call 426-2072 1618 Olympic Hwy. S. Repairing Modern and Antiques Precision Scope & Sight Mounting eShotgun Choke Alteration=, all gauges Shooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD= I~oute 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2" Beauty Insurance -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches -- Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Pennyrich Bras ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Tired of Shopping?. Let us do it for VOU~ ,, A ut o-Ho me-Boat-Life-He,ah" Business-Preferred Risk. We locate the lowest cost. Insurance is our only busineSS" ARNOLD & SMITH iNSURANCE AGENCY -, 116 N. 2nO. 426"3:~= Building": -' - Janitor New Homes!1 I * Carpet cleaning Building Clebning I~ Remodeling!/ I and Maintenance ' I OLYMPIC VIEW / I * Residential- Commerical I CONSTRUCTION CO. / II SheltonAdolphJanitoriaIRapaczServiCe_ I Paul Brown Wes Dosser I Route 3, Box 725 SheltO" 1426-4312 426-8427 l [ 426-8936' Builder Home Building Remodeling Plan Service G. H. PARKER - BUILDER Licensed * Bonded * Insured 1714 Stevens 426-2810 Masonry - Fi[eplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 Cable TV For Service Call Carpentry Painting SPRAY or Painting -- Taping -- Te~ Wall Papering- Pre-finished -- Llce_ns Free Estimates HEINITZ Chuck Helnitz Remodeling Carpentry -- Concrete Work Acoustal Spray -- Dry Wall "No job too small" 426-2240 Free Estimates! Carpet Cleaning -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServiceMaster of Mason Co. Phone 426-1121 Carpentry -- Remodeling Kitchen Cabinets Roofing -- Painting Free Estimates KEN COOTS Phone 426-660: Rental Service Almost Anything AnY~;re Bulldozers-Loaders-PU Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital BedS~ Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, Chain Saws New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up &.repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Sewing Heaven Fabric & Trims alterlr~l, mending, zippers and pockets replaced. SEWING HEAVEN 317 S. 1st Concrete -- Ready-mix Concrete Concrete Culverts & Blocks -- Sand Gravel, Brick & Stone F replace Screens & Tools GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park 426-3344 Shoe Repair * Polishes & Laces of all I~I~.~I * All types of boots and 5rlu,,- repaired t EXPERT SHOE REPAIR SHOP 311 Grove street Custom Painting Spray or Brush Lowest Reasonable Cost Exterior & Interior S. N. Schouvillier Star Rte. !, Box 855 (Twanoh Falls) Belfair, Wn. C R5-2807 Between 6 & 9 p.m. Sign Painting * All "1 ypes * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated slgn~-A ~' . Personalized BusineSS Ca~" Letterhead Designs ~l, Phil Sharpe 323 S. Fro~t Phone 426-2661 r Dry Wall ] iravel teamshl gtl::::; I Complete Drywall Serilce _ . - . / Supplied. hung, taped, AEn: ~us ~ "~lote~'s. Touf!~ 1 textured and glittered # / ceilings. N I Free Estimates State licensed and bonded. / NORTHWEST DRYWALL I 401 Railroad / 319 w. Harvard 426-1948 I. 426-8272