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;C usses one rlance A decision by the Shelton City Planning commission to approve a zoning variance for Conifer Co. does not need to t~e The commission, on the recommendation of Police Chief Frank Rains, voted to appoin~ Dale Henz as a police patrolman, the Cole Road interchange. The section of Highway 101 from First and Pine north to the point where the bypass rejoins the I Q. Now that I am using t hair coloring, how can I keep my hair in good condition? A. A good hair care program is essentially the same whether you color your hair or nt'ln order to keep your hair healthy and shining, you must keep it clean. This means shampooing whenever necessary with a shampoo recommended for your type of hairBrushing is also indispensable as is the use of a conditioner. ' For hair coloring users, we recommend the use of a natural-bristle, eather than a nylon brush. We also recommend the use of a shampoo made especially for tinted, straightened, lightened or toned hair. A harsh shampoo can remove as much as 16% of the hair color, Hair color users should also use a hair spray formulated to protect hair color and should protect hair from the elements by wearing a hat or a scarf when out in the sun. Nell's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2 165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 ~Laturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 They're groovy' gale.., no mistaking it.., breezy cut-outs... sponge rubber soles,., and tied right into things! Value that's maxi at a mini pr!ce,..that says it alll $11.99 SHOE DEPT. Any Length LIN. FT. Covers u bq. Ft. per Ctn. NOW Covers 8 Sq. Ft. per Ctn. NOW Turn Left off Hwy. 101,2 Miles S. of Shelton, Drive I more Mile on the Cole Road Model No. 1612 BLADE SHEATH WITH EVERY SAW I The lightweight, easy handling Skilsaw Chain Saw makes it easy to clear out trees around your summer home. Cut fence posts or fireplace logs, too, without sweat or strain. Power- ful gasoline engine drives the saw chain through the tough- est wood, operates at any angle without stalling. All controls set in rear handle for operator convenience. See it today. "Everything to BuiM Anything" 426-8224 -I hursday, March 4, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journa - Page 9 Ph.426-2165 St.--426-3327 7:30 6:00 use, after through "those the same sense of d o when time or another n through one of ilCl~i' -" when the , me breaks down, t start, the oldest i~Ion a nail and the ~. yOu up all night ~ fever, nausea, and ~when we are at our Si~cas;Lhelp you bring .~s nold back mto Y US HELP NElL FROM approved by the City subject to the completion of the present Highway 101 will be Commission, City oAI;O~C:YclB, necessary physical examination, turned over to the city. Franklin Houston to " Y Henz is presently serving as a The state's letter asked the commissioners at their meeting dispatcher for the Police city to concur in the proposals. Hood Canal Real Estate at low priced tor your budget Tdesday. . Department, and, had previously The .commission agreed on the Alderbrook. He is a native of benefit, so stop in today... Houston's comments came in serv.ed as a patrolman on a condition that work which is Mason County and has lived here This week don t miss the answer to a question from Peter temporary basis, planned on the section of all his life except for a stint in the pre-inventory March sale atOverton as to whether or not the Mayor Frank Travis appointedHighway 101 which will be U.S. Army in1966-67. EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER. planning commission s Mrs Glen Hufnailasamemberof turned over to the city is He is a graduate of Shelton Owner Ken Chapman must moverecommendation would come upthe'city library board to fill a completed. High School and Olympic College these items before taking for approval at the meeting vacancy on that board G o d a t also told the and has pursued additional studies inventory, and you canreally save, Tuesday. City Engineer Howard Godat commission he has received the in accounting, marketing retailing but hur The won't last lon The city attorney said undertold the commission he had appraisals on the right-of-way CARL JENSEN, who started . , ry, y g... and purchasing, the City Zoning Ordinance, the received a letter from the State needed for San Joaquin Ave. and a 39-year career in education Another item that is going nlanning commiSSivn] had theHighway Department with that he would be contacting as a teacher, coach and - fast is the commercial carpet atautho_rity togranta 'ance, and, changes inhighwayroutingwhen property owners, counselor in Shelton, will DL's CORNER OLSEN FURNITURE. Owner thatanyone who wanted to co.uld the freeway bypass is completed..~,a~ FIELD of"olitics always retire on September 30 as The reporter thought spring Rod Olsen says he has some left, a eal the planning commission The letter stated when the ~n=~ v . .~. C:llnorlnft=nclonf nf I-liahlin~ PP . . - ~,_ ...... + ..... ,~ .'he,-e .. --p. ................... ~ ....... was here until he slipped in the but thaf its dwindling, so decision to the. city commission. . bypass is comffleted, the bypass presents me. sain~ ~uu~,xfi..,;,~*.n .................... qrh&n I"3 +ric in IKino snow last Friday, and ever since hurry... The Planning Commission last route will become known as are the Right and theLeft, an~,t P .... +,, / ......... f .... week apnroved the Conifer Hi-hwav 101 the middle is me ~wamp. lne ,..u,~,,.y ..... .~,~,, ~v,-,,,. -~',~, then the snow has come and gone,That's-30- ' for this week " - ~'" " " " made u of know ears on tne raculty OT mostly come.., but remember what Lamb said of request for a variancem the Highway 3 will be extendedSwamp is P Y Well, you better take thehint gambl!ng, 'Man isa gaming density provision of the zoning from where it presently stops at nothings, of them who are Shelton School District THE BIRTHDAY CAKE at Sears Shelton catalog like the snow and come and get it animal'. -DL ordinance for the construction of First and Pine south along the without ideas, of them who are following graduation from birthday party last Friday were left to right:in Shelton and Mason County an apartment complex for older present Highway 101 route toalways with the majority the University of Washington nmings, Marion Duemlina, IVlartha Marshall, Norm stores as they have lots to offer, persons under the federal connect up with Highway 101 at August Bebel in 1932. "- - - : .... Cath" Ones like UlIIIIIIlUlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII government's rent supplement .... Lxlne Knoacles manager, ivlaxine i'~lelsen, an(] . Y .... k" . ......... program. Fhe winner of the Electric Clothes Dryer drawn by nut~n atau~ ttt~.r., wnere The complex will be built on ~ ~ I~mnn I~, ....., r. .... -3 D..,, 384 youff...~..u,.,.:o..,_,..can really make,:.a saving on ul, WW||||V e,~w=w the site of the old Shelton~lb'~ ~-J ~ ~ I ....... , ,.,u,,. u. oroon .reasey, o ou^ " n ...... llIIl/l.I]lVl, l]]k .... .......... IlllllllllllllllIllllliIlliI|llllllllllllllllllllllllllll! General Hospital and some . -- . . . - I /"A -- I.. 1 1 & i "1 -I k~ ~ ~ , nas lots oi styles ann now's the LDING ,,.,~v .-~.~.w,s time to really save, so better WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL adjoining propertY.conifer had applied" for- a ~~ ~~ ~ ~If~'~T~PI~!JlI'....... ~2"~Jtlk~]~'~ ][ ~S~CZ'" hurry... Women s Hi Game: Millie Nelsonvariance"previously" and had I i a lied ~- " ~.v~,o~=~u~Hut~ STYLING CLINIC ~ Minor Williams has just the 20oSmen's Hi Series" Millie Nelson ~w building now under Bernie Bailey, owner oI ~andwich for the season A =,~ " " d a royal, but, re- pp :~ ................ ~ ....... recewe PP . ..~,~ : ~ , ~n on the_corner of Bernie's-Men'sHair StyhngSa!on, Fish-Wich and ~ts absolutely ~V'standings: Certified when the construction plan was ~: !~))!- S-Pmce Bedroom I ~tg in ron l;il; ~iii iiii ~;!!~~~!! ~~~72; iii~!~I changed ~i ~ !J~ ~ ~' -~ ~:~,i~."~' .... ,' e commissionreceived i ''~ .~- .... Th . . ~ "~ tter of resignation from Pohce I .... ~U~ ,~%:~: :~ .... ~1~1 | le " v ...... ~:~ ~:~: : ~ ~ ! elm n J D Evans Evans said . |~~~: ~ ~.~. :: ~ -- - Patr a .~ ~~. ,:~:~ ~ ~ ~ . ;~ ~ : ~ ~ ~: ~>~ ~ ~.~ e was leavl g J ......................... , .... ...... Basse, n to om the Xacey ..... ~ ..... ~,,~., ~ flowers, believe it or not And the 4 4 /; 5 I'V~ , h I ~i~ ,~:..,:~:, -- -,~,::~ ,,~ ; will house a new seminar His wife Doris also -,o.o +,~ ,0+ +L'.m ~o ""l" ~"" i Lum.bermen.s Police Department. It ! wo,=t.ao.,..ur.c,.,o, wooe,--,ru--I . ". v ...... - ............ .+zz-~,./~; a,m ~'auteys z,4-bz. | l, I 1 ;,,, } ,~ ~ ~J~g Set nc u des: Twin sze Poster Bed, t IOr~. ,~Lce Washington State attends with her husband where LUMBERMEN'S GARDEN RichfedOI22-74. ' ~ :~ ; ~, , ~ ,:~.:, .... , .... ;~tore, KMAS Radio he learns more techniques, leeCENTER Manager Larry Jim Pauley's 1, Jean Ashley~'" __.'_ ~____-.1_--- I :}~ ~ ~1 .~ ...... ~ ~~i!:'~l 2-Dr night stand, 9-Dr. Tr,ple i :'JI, Arnold & Smith classesare -iven everytwo ...... -a ~_.. ~..._; .... ~ 418; Lolls & Valley 3 Sue j~|WOrl|5 ,.~peQK~r l ~ Dresser 46 x 32 landscape Mirror ~' 1~ nudscll altU ~1111 DIIIILII~ I.UII ' .,., ; o~. ~ ; n ~ ~ 1 1. ~7,1~ .~ ;~, ~ and Mattress and Box Spring. it etth t~ Agency and additional mnnth~ ......... Hadden 392; Ming Tree 3, V ~'~,rr:~P~" ............ ~'~"~'7:~"~, ' " ocit~l~t~l~ facilities for Merv's ....... nave lOtS o1 items geared JusI right Frankie Barnes 459; Brown ...... ;ntendentof the Shelton I ,.~)~ :~ Canopy not included. ~ chool~arcar ................... for your garden and just the right Logging 1, Rea Brown 445; Fuller ~"v .... i: : ~ : ~,~ ~',. .Ll'- u ~.enter. at~A a~r~UUNt:~ size for your "ro*'ert" So run in Construction 1, Virginia Fuller School D~strlct," ' will" _be the. lit ~j~ } "~[~~~'~~ " ~$450 Retail ~ ,~= ~ ~ ~a nheSlra~[uilding, tobe 85x65 is NEWPOLICY .- - ~ [" "" _ 450; Kelly's Furniture 3, Georgia p . " I~" . ~i~jValue )34~i' drigi(l~d to withstand Forbes M Bruce, Seattle tooa, y,anasee em... Nelson 473; Certified s eaker at the Shelton Kiwanis ,~~ re'S I~s wiP- ...... t,__: ....... " ~ ,, Ousiness Uill Lanagral, manager ot the Manufacturing 3, Millie Nelson Club meeting at noon Tuesday in r~tvo a steet-relniorceu x~vy~u[taj ulrector, ~ma, t, ............................ TV " B & R PRICE I -elv :~i=on ........................ ed t'~t~ ~ul~rAi~x on me ~ole ~u" ogoen's ~aolo ~ ~, the Timbers Restaurant. He will it ~ ...... V~~ ..... ;" ,~t ~,JULe WallS. ~eItle ~umlmstration. today annou-~ ......... , ~n='.= t^/i+~-ta~f /IRQ. ('~ff'cdiscuss progress on the new ! ~COMPLETE ~ I ~' ~ folio the wall a n " " si ned r~oad has just me item you ve ..... ~ .............. . ..... ~i~.! s are poured in ew SBA loan pohcy de g ..... o ..... Oilerettes 3, Charleen Sm,th 440; Shelton High School. ~~ ~ I r, peon loomng i r to make ma~ pe ~ltion and then tilted upto encourage lenders to make ......... Timber Bowl 1, Barb Holt 480; , pasSm~mto place lonmterm I .... , .... l, business remooenng JOb complete. Ann we Richfield Oil 0 Betty Gray 369; K 01n--am"c'e Board l _ A OPEN 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. SAT. l a ~ " .. ~-3~ w ~ ..... .=^t.^bet it's just the right price too Lumbermen's 4, Jackie Eichhorn at ' L_. _ concerns in AlasKa, uregon, luauu ...... " ";4~4 I eX~K INN UNDER and Washi--,,~*, lSOb uottemnler, manager ot "- I / I FREE DELIVERY * OPEN 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. MEN.- FRI. orner.~NAGEMENT The "ne"w" "-olic- with SPROUSE-REITZ, has a The Kamilche School Board ~ i I ]d mana ............ v -'/" - a super-terrific 10c Sale on right BANTAM will hold its regular March |~ I m ~ m .~m I I El , ~" s~t~ oi me p~ov~s]ons ior utnlz~n~ ........ Men'~ Hi Game" Tony Benedict neX'~" Inn- +~ b... the ....... rtylona flu+tu,tmg .............. ra, e o, interest ,oes now mat you petter not miss, .... tb~." " " meetingat 8 p.m. March 9 at the ~ 7"~.. I IR It. I~ ~lllllll~ ,'~onoma, Calif rece.th, into effect on SBA ~uaranteed uetternurry .... Men's Hi Series: Terry Claussen 71t=T=6"3264 doeS~l and N--,:+-" .-. "'-L lea ...... " .... 1 For shoes with love in every 288 : j~p'. a..~t r~tein ot ns maoe on ann alter Paarcn - ........ ' ......... " --'- Hi ame Cue We"-' tvself. ~ashin~ton Bruce ex*,lo~--~,~ "nur .,resent step, stop m at MILLEK ~ ~I-IUE wOm~H ~ ,.1 : ouu meaW~!a formerly was policy, whi~='w;Uwil'( continue, ,DEPT. Manager.Kirk Crmer has1W4Len'sHi Series; Sue Wood t e su erv er em at a special low, lOW price t% ~ p isor at the p mite lenders to charge up to 2 248. si~t~onvalescent r~ ...... er cent --v^- +~-^ ~'^--- v.._~. -rime too, so better hurry. . Stand ngs- V F W Aux 16-8; ~" LCllter mv U ~l LII~ INt~W JI. UL/~ IJ " " " "l " ] " r rhO;~l" He has been with rate With the nrime rate now 5 A 5-piece bedroom suite tsMud Bay Realty 14/2-9 h; N=m od be discussed. ~w~ ' . r " ~ .... c" lof~heweek Club 14-10; The Journal 14-10; . _: _ . .... ,on e~p past three years.sa tated that per cent, we allow Regional andDls ~eat_ured as.tnespe ~a tatBAR SALI~, ano speoa~..... II IS The Hut 14"10; Eagles 13]/v10Va; I-~ ~ ~" .~jl to set.~al rumor the " trier Directors to approve SBA . ......... 7. Willour Ins. 13-11; Cooks Pl~.nt ~ ei~Y Adventists own the guaranteed loans with an interest ~anager jerry watilo nas mrs ot Farm 13-1 1; Dahman Oyster ~ ~ ~m totally unfounded - rate up to 7-~,,er cent items for your home that are low, 10-14; Lions Club 9Vv14Vz; "' AtUMINUM COMBINATION ~ zi~_d .~ ,, v " Women of Moose 8*h-15,k; Brush ilL , HI~ITOO~ r' ~I~ tcorp, acquired it Lenders have indicated a Rea~Yo:k201~l eshe | ~~[:' 'il-~ ,kl~ merger with Western reluctance to be locked in toIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ant Farm 3, L " ~ ~ ~~1 *~ - ~J Limit. ORS$~ 1788 nl~ * /rl#J~ Corp., the original long-term loan agreements with __ o- I- Cook 23.3; Nimrod .Club. 0, ~ ' I ' - . ' un'`-Thereas~ntheyaresma~businessc~ncernsatthe7-I~W||nQ~ewsV~eD'D-~e`.L~]eman2-1~;~n.sC~uD[e . . -- z, t_a,ry ~.taussen zzt~; ~ag,es ~ n,/ ~ ~ l ~a[ S~#L~A W ": '~[ '" ~ youn~::Yu Saturday.is for percent rate. Our new poh.cy will IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII _.Randy Claussen 247; Dahman '~s Ouant Ot~x68 ,.,-p ot tee kitchen allOW ,enaers to utilize a uyster 1, Terry Claussen 288; .,,. :, 2"8x3i~IIN.,.__.__ ,rocC~room. fluctuating rate of interest, LADIE,S THURSDAY TRIO y.F.W. 2, Sue Wood 248;Willour ~d~"~t~F~ ~ I~- .~0~, ......... , ..... ~.~ ...... ~lsed that there is a subject to SBA guidelines that Wmen s Hi Game: Ginger OIse '.ns" O' Jean Twnsend 225; The 1 B' 11~ .=ll=,V --rl"- It_~ ............ , y ~ ..... ....... Ke.p the ..tin: ....... , 185 Journal 3, Toni Benedict 279; r ~.~. .F,,*,,~,o,,~,~ . gate ~ ot chanting the namewoulo rise or iah with the Women's Hi Series: Ginger Olsoe The Hut 0 Tracy Ridout 220; I ~i~bl I | J~ .II~il~r Easy ~us~-~ ........ , fhe.S and bulls / ~ ~ ~ { WeaVe st,,poe~ thr0~0ut, single UU! thiS summ~ .~e Shelton Hotel. Klein identified prime rate adopted by498. Brush Realty 3, Tom Wittenburg . :~ . " ~ i ......... ~ trad~kat the bar will remain the major banks of the country"Standings: Ctary Trucking231; Women of Moose V=, Sandy / ~ ~__. ,~ ,, ....... .nd that area will " " 16-4; Arnold &Smith Ins. 13-7; Wicken 247; Mud Bay Realty 2V~' / ~ ~ sAW~ -or~be -ar .... MORLEY PREPPERNAU Balls hood Center 13-7; B. Fuller Lynn Zamzow 181. ~:.~. t :~1:~ ~, t u-'-Lum p t ot an enlarged JOINS HIMLIE STAFF .Cu.s t o m B u i I d er 13-,7; [3. _ :~ _.all|tide's are t"- . ~ vinc rnmne ot Himlie Realty Pheasant 8-12; Hardly Able Logg I ..... ~' uu parents oi11 - ounced, this. weet- +~.~7 13; Rolands Shell 7-13- Nye COT~,o u,+~ .A " ~::,~! i ::~i~: ~ ~ z "'-~ - *:~_ Julie 12, Connieann .... ,',o. , I Mt. Mor|ah L :lge / I .~. a ointment of Merle ..no .......... -'E- ....... I M~'" P p . y D. Makowney t.un~c. 1-~, m r~ / ( .,#Ira PrePpernau asasales Barb Nolan 398; Rlands Shell i No.I! / ., 0tYMPKSTAIN | L~'NL._._ representative with the firm. "' 3-1, Jackie Hill 471; Golden I__J,~l)~.-. ~/ ~~'~"~ &>~,i i~j~-~'~ '~" ~'~I~N_AGER Preppernau will work in all P.heas.Tnt ~0b, ieFra~kieB~r.2es413; I~X~" .... ,| kl SlPlN6,1(IEPS ~ MBER BOWL ..... " real estat~ b"* .,a, Hard y gg ". Marj |ie 41k A. me ~.~v~ ~lJ~la " - ' - " .... Holden 417; B Fuller Custom I~ pnase~ u, IaC _McInelly, owner specialize in residential property Builder 2-2, ~ucille Farmwald I Saturday,. March 6 | lJ Ioer Bowl, announced where, Himlie said, his local 370; The Hut 2-2, Jackie Brown I | ~:1 LOOKING .'rett E. LaBelle as experience and background will 381; Ba.lls Food .Center 4.0, | Stated Communicat,on ~ ~;~ [ ~~ Lager .~oV. hlm a real asset to the local t=inger uIsoe ~v~; Nye CO. 0-4 I Loage upens, p.m. . BEAUTIFULi ! '- "ant.... erie reach, h~ " " " ........... Dorothy Ahrens 421; Arnold ~! IryL/ ~i ~ll~ $_ 9~ ND i~ii ,,**ro, ra,ti ,0 o~ ,--* I I; s w~te and he both Prior to joining Himlie, Clar Trucking 4-0 Louise -" Ar Y , Cla hold L Cheney, SecretllrY ~tea .,_ Preppemau was employed by 437. -- i manage;was'to -- = ~ ~: NOW 0NLY ~St occasionally for a ~ SOUL f~l/~TI- / 0,, w o.,=. ~ ~II~ " / Costs less than pa nt, lasts longerI r .... \?J ;IIWI~:~' ~ for YOU , ~1 i~hl; ;e~;t| i'i~v~' m every 'el step than paint. Easy to appIy. 66 C s" / 1 x 12 NO. 3 PINE HAIR CARE PROGRAM Regularly