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March 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Plans are in progress for the annual sixth grade forestry tour. Participating in program at Panhandle Lake 4-H Club Camp will be representatives of the Soil Conservation Service, Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Co., U.S. Forest Service, Department of Natural Resources, Simpson Timber Co., ITT Rayonier, Extension Service, State Game Department and schools in the county. All sixth grade students in schools in the county participate in the annual event which is designed to give the students information about forests and forestry. Broken Gas Line Investigated Shelton Police Wednesday morning were investigating the cause of a broken gas main near the Mason Apartments Tuesday night. Police said they believed the line was hit by a car. After receiving the report of the gas leak, officers confirmed it and evacuated the Mason Apartments and Harpers Broiler until the leak was repaired. Detainer Ronald Lee Giles, 20, 521 Dearborn, is being held in Mason County Jail on a charge of illegal possession of firearms and on a detainer from the State Patrol Board, Giles was arrested by Shelton Police over the weekend on traffic and liquor violation charges and on a Justice Court warrant on a previous charge. He appeared in Mason County Justice Court Monday on the city charges and was sentenced to 20 days in jail and fined $100 by Judge Glenn Correa. Former Simpson Man Succumbs Funeral services for William C. 80, Simpson ~mploy~, who were held at the Sacred Heart Church in Tacoma March 23 Mr. Buchliolz retired as Simpson dry kiln foreman at McCleary Door Plant in 1954 after a career of 12 years. He was active in Pacific Northwest kiln association meetings throughout his years with Simpson, Liquor License Is Requested The State Liquor Control Board announced today that Albert David Campbell has applied for a full tavern license for "Gibler's Cove Resort", Route 2, Box ! 98, Shelton. Anyone wishing to support or oppose the application may write to the State Liquor Control Board in Olympia. Water Study Hearing Set , Public hearings have been set for Olympic Community College, Bremerton, at 7:30 p.m. April 21 and at the Eames Theater at the Seattle Center for 7:30 p.m. April 22 on the Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters Comprehensive Water and Related Land Resources Study, it was announced this week. The purposes of the hearings will be to discuss the public workshop review undertaken between November, 1970 and March, 1971; provide additional opportunity for citizens and public agencies to comment on the study; discuss how the study will be used and review completion of the report. On Probation A 13-year-old Shelton boy appeared in Mason County Juvenile Court Friday morning for possession of marijuana. He was placed on probation by the court. ihnly Canyon t 1 Will Be Open .l Weekends! I 8 miles No. of Shelton on Hiway 101 N. 0 t We Welcome all Patronaget L .,mP qmP ~ 4mb ~ O ~ ~ I ~'JiOiil " ,= I PIlE $111F E!~i~i~i~i~i.: ~i~!i~:~:~: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::5:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::~ i~ ;~:~:: ~ ..... lift""" ......... '"-'*"' ii::~! :iiiiiiiii:/:i::i::i::iiiiiiiiiii::i:iiii!~i~ii::it iiiiii::i::::ili::i:-I i~:: ::iii ::iii::ii ::i!i:: ::::ii::iiiii::::::i Evergreen Square 426-3456 Shelton WITH IRON 100's $2.98 Value Vitamins with Iron Chewable, fruit flavored tablets in 4 animal shapes. 100's GERIATRIC , : / Size FORMULA Formulated for "over 40" folks, 100's. 2i5 Therapeutic tbrmula. & High potency Bottle of 100. ORANGE FLAVOR 250 mg. 100's. R R R _ Size-lnfants,Adalts,I 2's 5 ea.Valees (ERI F Frl t Dr)ps POS 0 Watgreens or Mm ts Flavor choice, luxury. 59 Size For massage, rubdown. Walgreens. 16 oz. R 6 20 The prices in this ad are generally manuf acut er s suggested retail pr i ces and may be different than independent drug stores r ellul ar prices. $1.69 Size-Chamb!y With Cold Cream Smooths, moisturizes dry skin, 32 oz. utter $1.50 Size Moisturizes, extra-rich. Walgreens. 8 oz. nt. wt. 98 Size Lanolized for soft, lovely hands. 8.25 oz. nt. $1.19 ,Choice of 4 delightful fragrances. 16 oz. 2il' 2 98' $1.29 Size Helps condition hair. Formula 20. 4.75 oz. nt. $1.59 Size Regular or With Protein Beauty Shoppe. 16 oz. nt. $1.98 Size Adds body & lustre. Walgreens. 3.5 oz.nt. 2il $1:!9 Hillrose l Softens whitens and protects. 6 us. 2il 79 Size 5gr. U.S.P. Walgreens. 35 Size Cherry or Orange flavors. 1-1/4 gr. U.S.P. Walgreens. 2i7 R w 0RLIS 98 Sizes.Walgreent Choice of Fresh Breath, Orlis Pleasant Tasting, Chlorophyl, Sterident. 16 oz. sizes. YOUR CHOICE 2 98 98 Size Menthol or Regular Walgreens. 11 oz, nt, 2i9 Fits standard kitchen drawer. 11 x 15 x 2". I ImpaktaMagicube With Kodacolor X126 film & cube. \\ Choice of colors. 30 x 30" size. REALTONE With earphone, strap & 9" volt L UTILITY KIT with English Leather Toiletry Samples Leather-like vinyl, 2 foam padded vinyl pockets. m 8 yr. guarantee. 100% red vinyl. " bore. ANCHOR HOCKING JUBILEE DESIGN 10 - 11 oz. Tumblers. PANTY Sheer.. , stt'el 3 sizes - 2 Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 25, 1971