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March 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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hts hard as ine. It is WINNERS in the print competition at the Photographers Convention in Seattle last month above, "Mac" McCleary, ITT Rayonier industrial on the left and Dean Palmer, owner of Dean's ubmitted four prints and all eight prints won. all be on display at Dean's. PAPER AWARD 3od, a research Research TT Rayonier Won the Shibley :ed by the Pacific the Technical Pulp and Paper a meeting in on March 9. Award is a special meeting member of presents the paper i.n the were five Peting this year. Per was entitled Methods for Pulp ~s and Caustic about 1 O0 to see Weyerhauser,s recreation Virginia V Pointe 18 the last of that helped cities. She of the two still sailing old ferry dock .Island, the will have a of the SWimming andhouse llo blarney, on the Irishmen's holiday, the people from the old sod seem to have populated the entire Western World... Everyone wears green... Just remember that the savin' of the green is not just for Irishmen, it's for everyone who shops Shelton and Mason County merchants for the lowest prices in southern Puget Sound, coupled with dealing with your friends and neighbors... Here's just a thumbnail sketch on what's doin' about town for this weekend.. At MILLER'S, Run Elledge, store manager and Kirk Criner, shoe dept. manager, have cooked up a terrific l Vz-Day Sale. Don't miss out, as this sale starts at 11 a.m. Friday and ends Saturday at 5:30 p.m... Need some brand new tires for the family buggy? Then make a stop at SHAUB-ELLISON CO. today! They've got a special that will make even old St. Pat stop and take notice... tturry, hurry, hurry, to the last three days of the March Pre-lnventory clearance at EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER. Owner Ken Chapman has lots of goodies left, but they're going fast and some of which he's only got one left. So don't get left out... According to a poll made by the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors, the number one service department in the Seattle zone is MELt CHEV-OLDS. That's the official word, so let Art Mell, owner and Bruce Willey service manager, take care of your automotive needs... The Sprouse Fabric Center is now in full swing at SPROUSE-REITZ with all kinds of material for your sewing needs. Manager Bob Bottemiller has stock clear to the ceiling so be sure and stop in and take a gander... If you are in the market for paint or will be soon, don't forget to take in the fabulous Pittsburgh Spring Paint Sale now in full swing at EACRETT LUMBER CO. Owner Mike Byrne has lots of colors and types to choose from along with brushes and other goodies too... At SEARS this week is a special yardage remnant sale where you can save up to 50%. Maxine Rhoades, manager is adding this as a special attraction Account and you can do from your favorite easy chair. to YOur checking or savings, savings, even write First Bank pays the postage And Once a month, you'll get a awing all your checking, card activity. What COnvenient ? 426-8295 Mary M. Knight WinterS pecial! Trac, eason ing Buya new By KAREN LILLIE the Boys". After-school practice' Brehmeyer, Brian Clevenger, ,, With the basketball season on Tuesdays and Thursdays Millie Howard and Annette over, track season is beginning, begins March 16. Painter; Sophomores Randy There was some talk of beginning The Junior-Senior prom is Reeve, Terry Iversen and Tim training on snow shoes or skis shaping up to take place April 17. Trimble; Freshman Karen Lillie; So hurry on in. Offer is good 0nly before they actually got at the leg The present plans call for the and seventh grade Lori Painter while the supply lasts. to the great washer-dryer sale that work in the gym. There is still prom to be held in the gym. It and Joan Welch. ~ is ending this Saturday. She has snow on the track, but Mr. will be a big night for Juniors, On the night of March 20, the Olympic Ilwy. N. also stocked a limited quantity of Getchman and Mr. Fritch have Seniors and dates: a chance for Seniors are putting on a big oyster picnic-camping supplies, so be them working out just the same, the girls to feel and look beautiful stew and/or chili dinner. For the Hoodsport sure and put SEARS on your to be ready for their first meet on and a night of enchantment for price of admission at the door 877-9255 shopping list... March 20. They hope to do as both boys and girls. Both boys you can have all you can eat, with Are you knitting or would well in track as they did in and girls will have the pleasure of all the trimmings. you like to? If so, stop in at the basketball, seeing each other really dressed YARN SHOP on Mt. View where Operetta practice is advancing up which they rarely get the you'll find a special yarn sale.., with the musical, "She is One of opportunity to do. Rod Olsen, owner of OLSEN The first and second grades FURNITURE, has just made a had a birthday party for Susan AT CAPITAL SAVINGS special purchase of convertible Crabtree March 10. Refreshments sofas, and you can save scads of were cake, suckers and milk. money by buying right now. He The third and fourth grades also has a daveno and matching Ta Speak are writing to a friend in swivel rocker at an unbelievable Thailand. low price. Rod says "You're At Crab Feed The fifth and sixth grades are always welcome at Olsen starting on model cars. Furniture"... Seattle Mayor Wes Uhlman The end of the sixth week LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT will be the featured speaker at the came quickly for most, and with is now open for the season and Pacific County Democratic Crab it the report cards. The following Ch~i~ they have practically everything Feed in Raymond March 20. students are on the honor roll: the fisherman would want. FromAll democrats in eleven Seniors Denise Avery, Homer groceries and a place to stay, to southwestern counties are invited Floyd, Teresa Graham and Nick boats, motors and souveniers. All to the event. The Third lversen; Juniors: Brian of this plus a beautiful place to Congressional District League eat.., meeting will convene at 3 p.m. in ;1 O0 For the "old fashioned the Raymond I.W.A. Hall ' . goodness" of grandmother's followed by a 4:30 p.m. social cooking, try Heavenly Friedhour and the Crab Feed beginning Too Late to Classify Chicken at MINOR'S A&W at6 p.m. -------------------------------------- Select one of the many verities for only $1.00 When DRIVE-IN. Minor really goes all Uhlman will speak at 7 p.m ..... out on this mouthwatering dish, outlining current conditions and PUREBRED MALE Doberman you save with the "Crew In Blue" at Capital Savings! This Pinscher 2 yrs. old. Shots, good so next time your stomach is the future prospects forour with children, needs country annual Spring Festival OFFER is good at any of Capital touching your backbone, stop in nations cities, home, $15.426-6739. L3/18 Savings Offices, and to any Capital customer. Offer end April and sink your teeth into some fried chicken like grandma used 1963 INTERNATIONAL t/2 ton 9th. pick-up truck. $500. Call to make... Local Woman In 426-1435. F3/18-25 This week, the Journal presents the 6th annual Home ~aby Needs Drive W,LL BA YS,t for one or 2 small children my home Improvement Edition. Make sure A v a i I a b I e a II day. Ph one Your account transferred free from yOU take notice of all the A Shelton woman, Mrs. R.E. 426-1977. C3/18 anywhere in the U.S. advertisements, as they can save Evanson, has joined an effort by a .... YU money when YU plan that Seattle woman to cllect baby30" MAG'C Chef fur burnergas C It IVl1range.Can be used in trailers or remodeling or fix-up project.., care items to be sent to hospitals homes. 426-8405. $3/18 PURDY CANYON DRIVE-IN and orphanages in the Saigon O is now open for the season on area. Card of Appreciation weekends for your motoring Anyone with donations can We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude for the memorials, enjoyment.., call Mrs. Evanson at 426-2267. prayers, flowers, cards and After a long extended illness, The Seattle woman, Mrs. Joelkindnesses given us in the loss of I George HasBrouck is back at his Allen, began her efforts after a our loved one. old post of s:des manager atletter from a U.S. Army sergeant Mr. Claude Rhodes ~,~1~ ~ ~ ., ~ . Mr. &Mrs. Duane Smith I .!11111 . SHELTON MOTOR& Welcome major was published in a Seattle Mr. & Mrs. Emery Stephens back George... daily newspaper. 3/18 I -4'47.| d $IS n Rad oa That s -30- for this week In the letter, he said "we are ~ SHELTON -- First a d " r -- 426-8211 isbUta countryremember what J.P. MahaffYin which the probable desperate for baby care items Sheltn" Launderette fr sale and IJ :BERDEEN " _ SHELION ate= ~)ggEEt~ said of dear old Ireland, "Ireland such as baby food, plastic baby the building for lease. This bottles, diapers, baby powder, business has provided good steady --20--NT a never happens and the impossible baby formula, vitamins and income for previous retired [ ESANO HomeOffi,e TUMWATER always does." DL anything else a child up to six owner.132 ParkCntaCtor 529 Cedar.George426-8102.Grisdale' - might use." 3/18-25 YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE SINCE 1936 AT PRICES YOU AT OLSEN FURNITURE... HI Regulady $299.95. * Price subject to available stock. Offer cannot be repeated. YOU'RE :: .7::" _ ,4::: :: .... Special Furniture Market Purchase! Save over $50.00! Choose your color: Avocado Green, Forest Green, Burnt Orange, Smart Black and Molten Gold. All Convertible Sofas! * DELUXE QUILTED MATTRESSES * HEAVY FOAM CUSHIONS * QUALITY HARDWOOD FRAMES * GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION BY B.P. JOHNS. Here Are The Covers! * VECTRA -- The Wonder Material * VELVETS The Elegant Look * 100% NYLON -- Extra Durable * VINYLS -- Supported Covers that Expand and Clean With a damp Cloth. CONVENIENT FREE PARKING FREE DELIVERY 'ELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE OPEN DALLY 8:30 AeM. to 5:30 PeM. "I "T C U .< C C ~O m r- < O I> -4 3 11 Z Z 4th & Cota 426-4702 -4 "r 0 .N ) C r" ..3 < 2 -t m -I 0 I1 l 0 ~NITURE SINCE 1936 AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD * YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITIRE * 4TI- " 3-COLOR 100% NYLON Sq. Yd. BRING YOUR MEASUREMENTS NYLON Tweed - Multi-Colors 99 Sq. Yd. Choose from 1 1 Colors re! CHOOSE FROM TEN COLORS Sheared 501 NYLON TRI-LEVEL 99 Yd. Choose from 13 Colors CONVENIENT CREDIT 1 O -4 ) D C ) r" -4 .< "!1 C ;B Z -4 C Ill Ut Z Ili U~ -4 ;0 N < >1 'I'll ~1" . FURNITURE SINCE 1936 AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD QUALTIY FURNITURE SINCE 1936 AT PRICES YOU CAN ANOTHER GREAT BUYI Velvet Cover Reg. $289.50 Both Pieces Only 83" Long Daveno has velvet cover. Converts to a bed and has custom fitted arm covers. Available separately for $128.00 Tall Back Swivel Rocker has reversible latex rubber custtion and custom fitted arm covers. Available separately for $128.00 YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE, * 7) "11 -11 O ;e .< C C f~ ) r" ) < f- O fll > -4 O r" z '11 C Z m .4 = II Thursday, March 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5