"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Get your news here
Mason County Journal
News of Mason County, WA
March 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 5     (5 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 11, 1971
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Sawyer, certified now conducting Olympia, has scheduled to be held at the Church at 6 p.m. 15. meeting is the quainted and according to kRIES ;on Timber Company 25-year anniversaries in C o o p erative Yield program is Z5th year; Simpson's Board Plant started Shelton 25 years ago Mark E. Reed Foundation began to deserving students ff 1947. Cooperative Unit Harbor, Mason and Counties The stability ),5-year old program is by the continuous of from 1,750 in 2,100 in 1970 with a over $20,000,000 in forests from natural naged reforestation s growth equal to on the Units forest ksulating Board Plant or as "IBP" began in March 1947. The plant and built by to make use of the left from other perations in Simpson's lants. Twenty-five years operates on .even residue with sawdust into the raw material supply line in 1970. Mark E. Reed scholars from Shelton, Elma and Montesano have been joined by deserving scholars from Simpson's operations in Seattle, in Oregon and in California. Each year since March 1947, the scholarships have been awarded and in 1971 new awards will be granted. DL's CORNER Keep an eye open every week to the business scene of the Journal as events happen almost daily that affect your shopping... Events such as... sales, special purchases, close-outs, transfers, and many other tidbits of information... This week, there are several money saving buys on tap for you. Here is a run-down on some... At MILLER'S, manager Ron Elledge has sprinkled some top quality e.o.m, buys along with a men's suit special that e/aables the man to give his best girl a dozen roses. Men, better stop in and ask about it... Looking for a low price on quality auto parts? Then take a gander at CUT RATE AUTO PARTS this week for a great sale. Looks like just the ticket for the do-it-yourself'er... That March Pre-Inventory Sale is still in full swing at EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER but don't wait too long. Ken Chapman, owner, said the goodies are going fast... AI Browning, owner of the MONTGOMERY WARD outlet, has a stupendous buy on a refrigerator-freezer this week. Don't miss it, as this price is fabulous . . Trujuns, the Saturday Shoe is now available in the "buck look" m Bath towel 1.75 Not just ordinary towels, but our most liar patterns. Choose from... Mediterrane,an style jacquard. Mist' sheared print towel reg. 95, Now cloth reg. 55, Now BUy PRINT IN 44/45" WIDTH PROCESS SAVINGS It Still means something at Penneys. Daily 9:30/5:30 Fridays 9:30 to 8:30 p.m. and BOB'S SHOE TREE has it. Bob Wotton, owner, has it in burnt buck. He says it's a great new color for the nifty casual look... Clint Harrington, manager of PENNEY'S, is cel,ebrating the company's 69th anniversary by marking down the best selling towel 15 per,cent. Don't miss this one... Nell Evander, owner of NEIL'S PHARMACY, is featuring wiglets in the weekend specials. Nell has cut some to almost half-price, so be sure and put this one on your shopping list... For the beauty of spring get Krinkle Patents by Beverly at MILLER'S SHOE DEPT. Manager Kirk Criner has 'em in two pretty styles for you, and at a low price too... Don't miss SEARS washer and dryer sale, where you can save when you buy the pair. Maxine Rhoades, manager, has 'era for you to look at right in the store, so run in today and capture 'era while they're hot... For great entertainment every weekend, be sure and run out to the SKYLINE DRIVE-IN. Now open for the season, the drive-in plays movies for everyones taste. Just check the Journal each week for what is playing... Your car need a lube job and oil change? Then stop in at FULLER'S ARCO where you can save yourself some money. You'll find that owner Max Fuller is always ready to serve your needs at anytime... Jerry and Sharon Watilo at B&R SALES, now have a special price on a Whirlpool washer That's -30- for this week but remember what Samuel Johnson once wrote of eating, "For a man seldom thinks with more earnestness of anything than he does of his dinner" -DL Bees To Registereq Washington beekeepers are reminded that state law requires anyone owning or having bees in his possession to register the bees with the county Extension office in the county where the bees are kept. April 1 is the deadline, and there is no charge for the registration. Bees must be registered each year by April 1. The law applies both to beekeeping hobbyists, who comprise the largest group of beekeepers in the state, and to commercial beekeepers.. "Registration, even of the same bee colony, must be done every year. Registration is an annual affair and just because you registered last year does not mean that you don't have to register again this year," H. J. Van De Riet, Extension agent, said. A simple phone call to the Mason County Extension Office, phone number 426-4732 is all that is needed or a post card with the number of colonies you have, and your address will suffice. The Mason County Cooperative Extension Service address is 12 Federal Building, Shelton, Washington 98584. PIONEER Week of March 15-19 MONDAY- Vegetable beef soup, crackers, pickles meat & egg salad sandwich, strawberry short cake and milk. TiUhE, SDAtYered cToa~n: ~:ah! butter, rhubarb pie and mil~ WEDNESDAY _ Sloppy Joe ~enanb U;eadil~ ;i~klreSco green ice cream and milk okras, THURSDAY 7 Fried chicken, u potatoes, gray buttered neao : .... Y, r n, J~llO and milk. FRIDAY _ Hot dog on bun, scalloped Potatoes, baked beans, peaches and milk. Supplement your child's diet with vitamins from EvlPgril i ; i[I ..... ~ .... The Shelton City Commission, at its meeting, approved the recommendation of Police Chief Frank Rains to hire Mike Mirka as a Police Radio Dispatcher. Mirka was recently granted a disability retirement from the Shelton Fire Department because of a back injury. City Attorney B. Franklin Heuston told the commission the City Planning Commission approval of a variance for Conifer Co. has been completed. KIDNEY DANGER SIGNALS Getting up nights, burning, frequ6nt or scanty flow, leg or BACKACHE may warn of functional kidney disorders -- "Danger Ahead." Give a lift with gentle BUKETS (take only 3 tabs a ~ay), FLUSH KIDNEYS REGULATE ASSAGE. Your 48c 'back If not pleased in 12 hours. NOW at Evergreen Drug Center. THE SOUTHSIDE Jumping Jills entertained at halftime at the Washington State Community College Basketball Tournament last week. Leaders of the groups are Lynn Wilson and George Snyder. They are all sixth and seventh grade girls at Southside School. Juvenile ice ases The Mason County Juvenile Probation Department handled a total of 39 cases during February, Probation Officer Gary Wood reported last week. These included 23 delinquency cases, 15 dependency ca~es and one traffic case. The delinquency cases UGN Meeting The annual meeting of the Mason County United Good Neighbors will be held at noon Friday at the Timbers Restaurant. Officers for the coming year will be elected. included two for theft, seven for use of liquor, five as run-aways from institutions, one for vandalism, one for possession of drugs, eight for other offenses and one for vacation of an order. Office Moves The Division of Veterans Affairs of the Department of Social ahd Health Services will be in Room 304, Capitol Center Building, 410 W. 5th Ave., in Olympia after ~larch 15, it was announced this week. The telephone number for the Veterans' Contact Representative is 753-5585. The dependency cases include' two as incorrigible, seven as run-aways from home; three for truancy, one for school suspension and one for other problems. The dispositions of the cases included informal adjustment in 14 cases; dismissal by the court in two cases; six referred to other courts; two placed on official probation; one made a ward of the court in the custody of the parents, two returned to the county of residence; four returned to the department of institutions; one listed as unable to locate, one vacation of an order and six in which other dispositions were used. Whatever your business needs--a new chair for a barber shop or a new addition to a factory, First Bank is in the business of lending money to better your business. See First Bank first. 8EATTLE'FIRST NATIONAL BANPI SHELTON BRANCH 426-8295 I ../" ...y.." ~" Upter .'*' Yenluta~ Coupe wJP" spe~la~ Sp,,nt package you can oe~;e, otegrounG v(,nt*Jra~ Cou~ t4*~oc, Wouldnt you know it would be fun to Ventura-ls stingy with your gas drive, stingy on gas, quick to service and built to last. Of course yOU wOuld We wouldnt build a small car unleSS we figured it would give you more of what you want a small car for Take that low price, Venlu~an is a small car. so rt has a loW. small-car price But it's what you get for that small price that makes Ventura n worth a close look. Ventura~ il fun to drive. It should be. it's from lhe Wide-Track people Which means you gel a smooth, comfortable. Wide-Track ride. The handling's quick Theres a nifty 111;inch wheelbase for easy parking And both the 250- cu.-in, six and available 307-cu.-in V-8 respond beautifully in city traffic or on the expressway money. Both the standard .six-cylinder engine and the V-8 you can order run beautifully on reg- ular ,gas or the new low-lead and no-lead fuels. The carburetor on the six is an economical one-barrel, and the traosmission for both six and V-8 is a practical 3-speed manual Venturan is quick to service, tf you're a do-it- yourselfer, you'll like fiddling around with the new Ventura n. New twist-lock lamp sockets let you make changes in seconds. The engine is uncompticaled, and there ~s plenly of engine-compartment space especial- ly with the six If you ever need to have somebody else work on your car-well, you'll like Ventura ~. too Both the standard six and available V-8 are tough lime-tested designs Same goes tor transmissions The standard 3- speed manual and the available 2-speed automalic, Turbo Hydra-matic or floor- mounted 3-speed are all rugged, dependable units. Venturazz is built to last. There's nothing light- weight about this car It's welded-not bolted- at hundreds of strategic points to help keep it tight and quiet The body ~s heavy-gauge steel. And it has double paneling in the deck lid. hood and doors, You could probably sum it up best with three Iillle words Body by Fisher, So. come on. If you're a small-car lover, stop by your Pontiac dealer's today. Tell him you. want to see the new Venturau. Its the small car that gives you more of what you wanl a small car for Don't forget to buckle up for safety. Thursday, March 11, 1971 - Sheiton-Mason County Journal - Page 5