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May 27, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Shumate Realty. Now owned by broker Dick Endicott, the staff includes Jim Shumate, Mike Kirk, Bill Smith, Helen Spaulding and Endicott. Ed Taylor and the crew at Hoodsport Lumber also took part in the promotion with a season opening sale. played by the air at h a Holiday in OUse two weeks at the arina gave new !Gin Dahtquist a tr improved Soon Other services a burger bar. also marked of the newly of Endicott Was formerly SALE MARKS WESTERN AUTO'S 7th ANNIVERSARY A "good old days prices" sale is on this week at Chuck Adams' Western Auto Store. The sale marks the 7th anniversary of the store on the Shelton business scene. BIG HALF-DAY SALE FRIDAY AT MILLERS Manager Ron Elledge and the staff at Miller's will open the doors at 11 a.m. Friday for a half day of tremendous values for the store's customers. Closing time will be 8:30 p.m. Reg. to 2.49 ..... YD. or CD. Knits eces. ere $3.88 ............ NOW Reg. $39.95 ............. NOW Stone Ware 1., asstd. Pieces ..... ORIGINAL PRICE Reg. $2.99 .............. NOW Ihgs '.. REDUCED ..................... TO CLEAR! Denim Solids & Stripes 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester .... Reg. $1.49 .......... Now 99; Yd. Throw Pillows Regularly $2.50 ............. NewS1.77 One Group Fabric Regularly to $1.29... ....... Now 66~;Yd. ucces ival Continued from page I parade and the South Kitsap High School entry was awarded the queen's trophy for the float which best depicted the theme "Tall Timber Tales". Other winners in the parade included: Cities: Capital Lakefair, sweepstakes Section A, Hoquiam Loggers, first: Section B: Fathom of Fun, first; Morton Logger's Injured Youth Is Doing Well Joe McClanahan, 16, Shelton, who was seriously injured in a traffic accident south of Shelton on Highway 101 May 16 is still in Mason General Hospital. Hospital attendants report he is doing well. Donna Tibbits, 16, Shelton, who was a passenger in the car driven by McClanahan, was transferred to a hospital in Lakewood, hospital officials here said. Jubilee, second. Floats, commercial division: Simpson Timber Co., first; Lake Cushman Development Co., second. Floats, non commercial division: Grapeview, sweepstakes; Section A, Hood Canal, first; Kamilche, second and American Field Service, third; Section B, Simpson boom, first; 4-H Leader's Council, second, and Shelton Lions Club, third; Section C, Department of Natural Resources, first; U. S. Forest Service, second, and Veterans of Foreign Wars, third. Bands Division: South Kitsap, sweepstakes, drum major, North Kitsap; majorette, North Kitsap: Section A, North Kitsap, first; Olympia, second, Shelton, third; Section B, first and second, no award, third, North Mason; Section C, Marcus Whitman Junior High, first, Central Kitsap Junior High, second, and Shelton Junior High, third; Section D, first, no award; Grenadiers, second, Longview-Kelso Mustangs, third; Section E, Clan Roll eevo Blouses Ladies. Compares to $5.00... NOW r44 Ea. or Ladies Spring Coats Regularly $39.95 ........................ NOW 12 Ladies Pantsuits Regularly to $28.00 ........................ NOW Ladies Sportswear Large selection ....................... NOW PRICE Nylon Jamaica Ladies. Compares to $4.50 ..................... NOW GRADUATION SPECIAL LADLES AND MEN'S WATCHES Reg. to $65, 5 NOW Double Guaranteed Ladies Swimsuits Regularly to $15.00 ......................... NOW Ladies Wrangler Jeans Solids and stripes. Reg. to $7 .................. NOW Ladies Better Dresses Large selection .............. NOW To 3.Piece Weekender Regularly $15.00 ............................ NOW Summer Dresses & Pant Dresses Ladies wash & wear. 59 Reg. to $10 .............. NOW Ea. Or PRICE Reg. $16.99 OVER 100 WIGS REDUCED NOW TO SAVE 10.00 ncJu ara Log OW Gordon Pipe Band, first; Washington Scottish Pipe Band, second, and Seattle Scottish Boys Pipe Band, third. Drill Teams Division: South Kitsap ttigh, sweepstakes: Section A, Shelton, first; North Kitsap, second, and North Mason, third; Section B, Marcus Whitman Junior High, first; Section D, Hood Canal, first; Southside Jumping Jills, second, and Narrowsview, third. Mounted Units, (horse) Thurston County Sheriff's Posse, first; Thurston County Possettes, second, and Silver Star Riders, third. Mounted Units (wheels) Yesteryear Car Club, first; Shelton Timber Runners, second, and Southwest Washington Fair, third. Baton Units: Mason County Robinettes, first, and Tacoma Starlighters, second. Comedy-Novelty, Lake City Vigilantes, first; McLane Firefighters, second, and Bremerton Park Dept., third. Logging Trucks: Gene Bergeson, first; Wayne Clary, second, and Richard Corey, third. Saturday afternoon activities moved to Loop Field and the logging show. In the speed climbing events, Ron Downing scrambled up the 90-foot spar tree in 23V2 seconds to best Dwight Carpenter, whose time was 26 seconds. Max Searles bested his father, Paul, in both the log bucking and chopping competition. Jim Brewer turned in the best time in the skidder driving competition, with Don Andrews, second, and Dick Andrews third. Adding a bit of thrill with I don't play I drops from the top of the tall spar tree was Mal ttarper, a long-time loggers show performer, and new this year Hap Johnson with a similar stunt. The Wickham Brothers from Victoria, B.C. put on two demonstrations of birling (log rolling). Shelton Timber Runners showed the crowd some of the things their four-wheel drive vehicles will do. A special attraction was a performance by the Clan Gordon Scottish Pipe Band. Are you proud our dump burns? Where do you stand in the campaign for clean air? This is our contribution to the campaign for clean air! Gordon Kenyon MEN'S DOUBLE KNiT lEANS Men's Sport Shirts t99 Shortsleeve. Reg. to $4.59... NOW Ea. Or Reg. $15.00 ........... NOW Men's Knit Shirts Regularly to $6.00 ........ NOW 99 Ea. Or BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS /, [ Short sleeves ..... NOW Solids and Stripes. Men's & Boy's Swimsuits Regularly $5.00 and $3.00 NOW And Reg. $50 NOW Boy's tongsleeve Sport Shirts Regularly $4.00 ..................... NOW Wallace Beery Knits Men's long sleeve. Reg. $9.00 .................. NOW Dress Or Casual Pants Men's flare or straight. Reg. to $12 NOW Or Double Knit Slacks Regularly $22.00 ...................... NOW Men's Flare Jeans Regularly $7.00 ........................ NOW Wool Shirts & Sweaters Famous brand. Reg. to $24.00 ........... NOW Graduation Special MEN'S EXTRA NICE ONE & TWO PANT Compares to $100.00 NOW (No Alterations) OFF Boy's Longsleeve Sweaters Regularly to $7.00 .................. NOW Men's Socks Regularly $1.50 .......NOW Pr. or 3 Pr. Boy's Socks Regularly $1.00 ........NOW Pr. or 2 Pr. Men's T-Shirts & Bdefs ......... Boy's T.Shirts Jr, Briefs .......... $ Men's Nylon Jackets Regularly 10.00 .................... NOW Men's Sport Coats Regularly to $65.00 ............... NOW Men's Dress Shirts $ Short sleeve sta-press ..... OR Men's Leather Vest ......... Gid's Swimsuits 3 to 6x, Reg. $6.00 $ NOW 7 to 14, Reg. $5.00 NOW Panty Hose Regularly $2.00 ....... NOW Pr. (~r3 Pr. OFF REG. RETAIL Thursday, May 27, 1971 - Shelton-Mason Cou'nty Journal - Page 3