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February 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SETS ZIEGLER'S STUDIO .~STATION CHANGES HANDS i .... ~he day bell[ .. .,~resnng over 1,800 acres Announced earlier this month ~mobile isn~ oq~pson Timber Company was the sale by Clyde and Phillis .ibrary~ do I g,.~la__w~,g_.llthe, Shelton. Working Ziegler of Ziegler's Studio & ~m ne done this year Camera Shop to A1 and Rosalie amphlets, ~. n~ to William Kamin, treeMcConnell. informati0 ~ ~agement forester McConnell, formerly with ~" library is ~_.. • 00~ea program of renewing Lockheed's Missile and Space i~ New 0 ~-r " " Division photo staff in San Jose, • _ _ me stanas was used this ~~ r ary often,~" _ .•2~eacrt to fit the growing California, started in photography ?'i~ nd nonm~ ot,..,~l oI the available lands,with a newspaper in Bellingham. ety of c~.Of two and three year old There he received a well-rounded person ~ F' t0~, lr seedlings is being education in the field by learning O0a:C:2~ted~ lithography, copy and camera ?Pb:~ry L8 eding es to ~a'" , ~ eb. 7 operation. ...~ a uougms Fir seed and a He and his wife Rosalie, who and new~ (ali~r for decemination On formerly operated a beauty shop classic~g' ,.~aand to be too moist for in San Jose, first became and roc~ ,'~ Witl~ a program of collecting interested in Shelton when ibrary od " '; ," ..N~D cuttmgs was made traveling through the area on their I matenn,, ~_ • ~.,~e wet areas were planted 9rary lnao~t h e f way to Victoria on vacation• • ..rt ast growing They have two children. Tim, brary glve~ • - v.~-od. More than 40 acres 20, is attending school in San ply at ~ • ,, e m Mason County near Francisco and Linda, 22, is )n to aJ~ . ~he roman employed with the Stanford the b timberlands where brush Medical Center• : t's your libJ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII to print vy vegetation prohibited rth of desirable species, a program bared the soil ng and planting. the lands planted this season in Grays Harbor, nd Lewis Counties were ~ith seed gathered by Timber Company from timber stands and m company plants. The were grown at the iial Forest Nursery at and Yelm, Washington. black cottonwood were selected from ed le ; of outstanding teristics along the ~sh River in anOJEson,s " ,_JIPtimberlands have their rrli~o r e , than 35,000 acres lore opill d in this manner since ~d Kamin. 'll 'I'IIIIIIIIII'~RE~AKMEE?c L UB ~on°~" R. Willour, Shelton i~tative of Northwestern ~Life Insurance Co. has ~med a member of the ~lk~'s Golden Key Club for ~~ccording to Wendell J. ~.lw. ,, manager of the ~y s Washington State Golden Key Club those agents who are in placing $1 million of life and health protection on the lives of their communities year. lour started with National in 1957, been one of its leading a number of years, said IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllll DL'S CORNER The grand three-day sale of last weekend went very well according to all reports. The customers seemed as well-pleased with the merchandise as the merchants were with the response given .... All of which leads one to believe that you can find what you want in Shelton, all you have to do is give the merchant a fighting chance to show it.. • Well, again this weekend as in the past, many of our local businesses are featuring many items, and some of these are on sale. Just a slight smattering of the goodies you'll find are.. • Bedspreads, raincoats and pictures! You'll find them all at PENNEY'S this weekend. Manager Clint Harrington really knows when he says, "Value• It still means something at Penney's, and these great buys prove it" ~ • • For good unfinished furniture stop in and take a look at what Manager Larry Knudsen iaas put on disolav at LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON. These look like just the ticket for the do-it-yourselfer • .. and at a reasonable price too Look for the lowest price on fertilizer at WESTERN FARMERS this week end. Brick Bostwick, owner, has such a low, low price you won't be able to turn it down, and even with the low price you'll have the greenest lawn in town... Whatever look you choose, you'll find that there's a Miss Wonderful shoe to go with it and you'll find them at BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner Bob Wotton has a tremendous selection to choose from for spring, and they're on the shelves right now! ... / / ean-Up By JAN DANFORD "1 just don't know how to express my gratitude," says Mrs. Joan Woodward, manager of Pool Nuotare, "to all the marvelous people who have turned out to help." Early Friday morning a passer-by noted the fire in the recreation hall adjoining the pool. He pounded on the door of the near-by Cottage Cafe, awakening the proprietors who called the Volunteer Fire Department of District No. 11. "It was almost unbelievable," Mrs. Woodward states, "that they could get on the job so promptly• Some of the fellows were still pulling on jackets as they arrived on the scene." According to Joan Woodward, the firemen did more than extinguish the flames; they also shoveled out all the rubble, hosed down the entire interior and Park Donation Need to sleep more IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiiii comfortably at night? Then now's the time to head for B&R SALES The site is located about a and a Springair mattress. Manager mile and a half north of Tahuya Game: Wayne Hartman Jerry Watilo has a special price on in the Kitsap Peninsula. Series: Duane Wilson some for this weekend so better Rensland gave the land to the hurry .... For specials every state for recreational purposes. ings: 40&8 14-7 Rain er week better stop in at ?; Naults Service 11-10; EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER. .me Service lOV2-10V2; • • ~obil 10-11; Sheton Owner Ken Chapman always has ~rs 9-12; Simpson 8-13- items for everyone and always at Get a flua~iN aven 7V2-13~k. ' competitive prices .... rimestan0, LIOydAhlquistMurr 468 There are some brand new I..nl..& Leo Nault 503; Rainier women's clothing items from Duane Wilson 585;dess's Bobble Brooks at MILLER'S. 2, Ken Fredson 553; Manager Ran Elledge has really ~eTrailblazers462; Hiddenl'HavenChUck0, hit the jackpot on these newest of 503; Simpson 3, the new fashions, so better hurry mgherty 482. on out and see 'em today... MEN'S Specials of the week are the Game: Dick Hopkins rule at NEIL'S PHARMACY where owner Nell Evander always Series: Dick Hopkins tries to round up the finest in ndings: Boom 19-5; merchandise at the lowest 16-8; Chippers 15-9; Mill possible price. Stop in soon... ; Mill 3 10-14; Shop 9-15; That s -30- for this week, IBP 7-17. 3, Lerov Moore 542; but remember what Graver Ed Richards 480; Cleveland once wrote, "Though Phillips 528; IBP the people support the ~apman 466; Mill 3 2, government the government ; 608; Mill 4 2, Lewis ; Shop 3, Roy Petty should not support the people." 1, Norm Castle 549. -DL ,L SAVINGS Insurance creased .00 EQUALS Is On Agenda AmOng the items on the agenda for the meeting of the State Parks Commission in Everett Feb. 22 is discussion of the bequest from the late Harvey Rensland of a 10-acre site which takes in about one half of Jiggs Lake in Mason County° when you buy a new ® Here's an amazing offer: buy a H0melite E-Z chain saw---the lightest Homelite ever built--0r any other new Homelite chain saw and we'll give you a t0p- quality, 100% Nylon jacket absolutely free! You'll wear this good-looking jacket for all outdoor activities_especially when you use your new Homelite chain saw these chilly days. So hurry on in. Offer is good only while the supply lasts. * Two Year * $1,000.00 * When Compounded Daily FREE TRANSFER SHELTON -- First & Rallroad~ 426-8211 ... Home Office: Olympia uwmp a -- Montesano -- Vancouver -- Shelton MONTI SHEtTON VANcoUqlE| OLYMPIA et HAZEL DELL TUMWAT|R MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 r TEEN-AGERS TURNOUT to lend their labors in the cleaning-up of Pool Nuotare, badly damaged by smoke. A radio played while walls and floors were scrubbed. lp prec~a boarded up the building. The Shelton Fire Department stood by to render assistance, but aid was not needed. The recreation hall is completely ruined; the pool area suffered smoke damage throughout and all paint was burned away° Just six months ago the rooms had been completely redecorated. "I looked at the mess," said Mrs. Woodward," and didn't know where to start. I'd have just given up if it hadn't been for Patty Wolfer." Mrs. Wolfer viewed the situation, went home and changed into her scrubbing clothes and returned to help with the clean-up job. On Saturday morning she came back, accompanied by her daughter Diana and her Girl Scout Troop; teen-agers came pouring in, prepared to work; a friend, Mrs. Marvin Abort, arrived with food and a camper which was utilized as a dining area in which the willing laborers ate in shifts. Mrs. Abbott and her husband toiled all day. A Sunday School class of young people appeared from the Mormon Church; David Powell, a boy of perhaps ten years, quietly brought a brand new electric clock and mounted it in place of the demolished one. So it went all day. Sandwiches and coffee and other foods were brought. Teen-agers, young adults and grown-ups all turned out to scrub the area. A sprayer was loaned by the Nye Company, and on Sunday the adults painted the walls. "Perhaps it was because we bent the Sabbath," said Joan Woodward, "but over night most of the paint ran off. 1 guess the concrete was too wet." Monday saw the kids back on the job. They came armed with cokes and snacks and a radio and a will to work. They grabbed mops and rags and brushes and brooms and cleaned with a vengeance. On Tuesday Doug Hanna, swimming coach, and his high school team took over the job of re-applying the paint. "People are wonderful," declared Joan Woodward, brushing back from her brow a wisp of paint-stained hair and leaving a smudge on her nose. Crew Chief 5ED C R5 and his sales crew for USED CARS! Over 50 U from Cars & Pickups (WE TRY HARDER) _,, "Since 1 27 1st and Grove . z Service, Man. Quick rt~ - Pa - Le thru Sat. Rental & ase Cars MIC Insurance m a Votes Set For A The five non-high school districts which will participate in the financing of the new Shelton High School have se~ April 6 as the date for bond isstie elections to raise their share of the funds for the projecL The date was selected at a m e e t ing of countv school directors last week. The non-high districts received word last month from the Intermediate School District that the State Board of Education had approved the division of financial responsibility which had been submitted by the County Committee on School District Organization• The North Mason School District will also re-submit two special levy issues to their voters on the same ~tay. The two issued were defeated Feb. 9 and include one for maintenance and operation and one for the purchase of busses. Fire Damages Swimming Pool Fire Thursday night did an estimated $10,000 damage to the Pool Nuotare. Charles Brotche, fire chief of District 11, said his department received the fire call about 5 a.m. Friday and that nine men responded to the fire alarm. They had the main fire out in about 15 minutes, he said, after which the building could be cleared of heat and smoke. Brotche said the fire apparently started from a short in an electrical panel. He estimated damage to the structure at about $10,000. The call on the fire was received at the Mason County Sheriff's Office at 4:47 a.m. from Bob Lewthwaite, a resident of the Edgewood Apartments. The pool is owned by Don Hollingshead, Eugene, Ore. t , ers, ome (Continued from page 1) mangle and ass,stance; Gott Oil, supporting with an Honorary membership and providing a repairman to put the furnace into operation; Welcome Wagon and the Jayettes, each with a $25 Contributing membership; Eells & Valley Appliance Center, donating a used stove and washing machine• So much has been done; and so much yet remains to be done. "We hope to open the home on March 1," states Gordon Craig, "and we are right on target. However, there are still problems to be solved." The house is leased unfurnished, and although the mothers will bring with them certain items, furnishings will be incomplete. Yet to be acquired are a large dining room table and Festival Meeting The Mason County Forest Festival Association trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the PUD 3 Conference room to discuss plans for the 1971 Forest Festival. Bowling News GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Lloyd Clark 237 Men's Hi Series: Lloyd Clark 625 Women's Hi Game: Betty Olson 183 Women's Hi Series: Helen Rice 510. Standings: Chantrels 12q~-8V~; Tori's 1 1-9: Moraan Transfer 11-9; Straf 11-9; Left Overs 11-9; O&J's 11-9; 4 of Us IOVz-9Vz; Bullheads 10-10; Woodchucks 10-10; Fireballs 9-11; Misfitz 8-12; Make-Ups 6-14. Make-Ups 4, Lloyd Clark 625; Fireballs 0, Harold Redman 537; Tori's 1, Helen Rice 510; Left-Overs 3, Gene Benedict 578; Chantrels lqz, Ken Walden 512; 4 of Us 2t/z, Ken Graves 499; Woodchucks 2, Jim Williams 394; Morgan Transfer 2, Norm Schimschat 505; Misfitz 0, Lionel Leman 469; Straf 4, -eo Nault 530; Bullheads 0, Klaus Hoepfner 461; O&J's 4, Dean Perry 501. lee chairs; a vacuum; fire extinguishers; a blender; a play pen or two; and - most important of all - fencing to keep the toddlers away from the adjacent waters. Funds are needed to meet initial costs such as the first month's rent, insurance, utility hookups, and similar necessities. Questions? Just call Chairman S. Gordon Craig, 426-6098, or secretary Mildred Welch, 426-8550. Menus for 8helton Elementary Sohools and Shelton Senior High Sohool Week of Feb. 22-26 MONDAY -- Pizza, Whole kernel corn, cabbage wedge, carrot sticks, apple crisp, milk. TUESDAY -- chili con carne, orange rolls, tossed salad, applesauce, milk. WEDNESDAY -- Hot dog on buttered bun, potato chips, seasoned green beans, jello with whipped topping, milk. THURSDAY -- Meat qravy over rice, cole slaw, hot buttered biscuits, fruit, milk. FRIDAY -- Meat and potato dish, buttered peas, sandwich, prunes, chocolate cake, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamine from Prepp's Rexall 133 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-4642 LUMRERNEN 5 ASSEMBLE, PAINT IT YOURSELF AND SAVE! 36 inches es x TOY CHEST Width: 32 inches, 22½ inches high. ONLY 15 inches deep 22 inches wide, 15Vz inches high & 14V~ inches ee°. 95 ONLY TWO SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM Pictured at left. 32" wide, 64" high and 10V~" deep 95 Style No. BKd02 has two sturdy shelves and is 32" wide, 32" high and 10V2" deep. ONLY STORAGE CABINETS TWO STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM BOTH WITH SLIDING DOORS Style C-512 pictured 5 Style C-Sll is $4 is 32" wide, 32" high 32" wide, 16" high and 12" deep. & 12" deep. Use Your Bank Card LUM~ZRMImM'~ "Buildin Mason County" Of Shelton • 426-2611 Thursday, February 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5