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June 3, 1971

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HERE'S PROOF of Sears Low Tire Prices!... Long-wearing Tires Belted with FIBER GLASS awarded the Ford Motor Company's Golden Week. Making the presentation was Scott for the Ford Motor Company. The made to commemorate the new dealership Olympic Highway North in Kneeland OWledge Pauley's efforts to be of better mers and the community. STELLA'S CELEBRATES 22nd ANNIVERSARY of Washington Stella Winter, owner of -ninety-eighth Stella's Beauty Salon, is observing '" Store Tuesday. her 22nd year in business in g Shelton. In the past six years, Cota, since she moved her shop to its Ces the old Hillcrest location, the shop has on South grown from one to seven Which has operators. Stella notes that one of to thirsty the biggest changes in the beauty r of Years. business during the years has been is Vernon in the permanent. The tangled the old frizziness associated with the building permanents in past years is gone Shelton. and the newest styles are pretty, curly and soft with a free alive look. So this week Stella is featuring anniversary special prices on permanents to give her customers the 1971 new look. rson !(~ENcy OWner of local real COLONY SURF PROJECTS NEARING COMPLETION Improvements approaching $ 1,500,000.00 are in the completion stage at Colony Surf this week. Bob Hoss, of Chesterfield Hoss, developers of the property, reports that the club house with its heated pool is completed, road paving is underway and 2 water storage tanks, of 20,000 capacity each, are now being installed to finish the gravity flow system that supplies each lot. Clearing has begun for the tennis and basketball courts which will offer additional recreational facilities to the owners in the 700 lot complex. MASON COUNTY CREDIT UNION ASSETS REACH 4 MILLION A million dollar growth in assets over the past 18 months has put the Mason County Federal Credit Union at the $4,000,000 mark according to Ran Sanford, credit union manager. The credit union was organized in 1958 with assets of $377,495.00. There are now 3,400 members. NASSAU TRIP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR BRUCE WILLEY Mell Chevrolet's Service Manager, Bruce Willey, recently returned from a five-day seminar to Nassau. Willey successfully met all five of the objectives of the ChevroLet Motor Division and was awarded the Nassau trip and also became President of "Only The Best Club" for al] Chevrolet Service Managers in the Seattle Zone which covers most of Washington, Alaska and Idaho. FREDSON ATTENDED NATIONAL MEETING Ken Fredson, manager and a member of the Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union, is among more than 1,000 credit union delegates and guests who attended the 1 971 Annual Meetings of the Credit Union National Association, Inc. (CUNA) and its affiliates May 15-22 at the Leamington ttotel, Minneapolis, Minn. CUNA is the U. S. association of credit unions. Meeting with CUNA delegates from all over the U.S. is tile board of directors of the World Council of Credit Unions, the global credit union organization of which CUNA is a member. BETTY MAST OFFICE MANAGER AT VACATION HOMES Effective June 1st, Betty Mast became the office manager for Lumbermen's Vacation Homes. Miss Mast has been assistant cashier at Puget Sound National Bank since it first opened as National Bank of Mason County in 1964. Previous to that she had bccn credit and office manager at Miller's where she started work in 1949 When the department store was Lumbermen's Mercantile. BOON'S HEATING AND PLUMBING ADDS EQUIPMENT In an effort to increase the services available to their customers Boon's Heating and Plumbing has added machinery for blowing insulation. Owner Steve Hansen reports that they have also added a portable steam cleaning unit, a truck welder and electric motor repair service. Retirement came today for Harold Ahlskog, former manager of Simpson Timber Company's Fir and Hemlock division in Shelton. Ahlskog came to work for Simpson in 1940 and served as a manufacturing executive in both IS Gig Harbor's fishing fleet, which includes purse seiners, trollers and gillnetters, will be honored June 5 and 6 with a community-wide "Harbor Holidays". This is the second annual event of this kind, planned by a large civic committee to precede the departure of boats for the salmon banks either in Alaska or the San Juan Islands. Activities will include a 10 a.m. street parade Saturday morning featuring Gig Harbor's own Doris Brown, internationally famous track star, as grand marshal. There will be more than forty booths in the Mall area with a wide variety of food, gifts and entertainment. Also on Saturday will be two puppet shows, a melodrama, a Lecky Teeky boat parade, an exciting sky-diving show, and a community dance. Sunday a sailboat race will open the day's schedule starting at 10 a.m. Other attractions for both Saturday and Sunday include ethnic folk dancing, an adult as well as a children's art show, street music, and bowling tournaments. The highlight of this special week-end will be the solemn, very impressive blessing Ceremony, an ecumenical service conducted from a dock . . . in front of which will be many flag bedecked fishing boats moored in a formation resembling military men standing at attention. Music will be provided by the 13th Naval District Band. Loud speakers along Harborview Avenue will permit all to hear the ceremony; several accesses will be open for those wishing to view it. Pleasure craft will follow the fleet the full length of the harbor to the outer bay where they wilt.: place a wreath in memory of fishermen who have been lost at sea. Reigning over the entire festival will be a queen and several princesses who will have been chosen a few days prior to June 5. Official brochures with information and a schedule will be available in Gig Harbor shops and studios. Visitors will be directed to free parking areas by deputized "Keystone Cops"; buses will transport them to places of interest. YORK the sales of Lrea the Wife IS now he is :r. Most Sizes In Stock For Immediate Delivery Delivery Charge Includes Local Mounting C78--13 TUBELESS BLACKWALL Rugged . . . Built with two brawny fiberglass belts under the tread - and dual stripe white-walls tbr sporty look. GUARANTEED TO WEAR 30 MONTHS All New Guardsman 2+2 Dynaglass Tire NOW On Camper and Truck Tires If you drive up to the speed limit frequently and want up to twice the mileage of unbelted tires -- THIS IS FOR YOU~ C7B-13 TUBELESS BLACKwALL GUARANTEED USE YOUR TO WEAR SEAI 36 MONTHS CREDIT PLAN Wideguard 2+2 Dynaglass Tire Sahsfaction Guar-~nteed or your money back. [Sears [ Catalog Sales OfficeSeit,sh, asacteditolao|osultyooft~eed$. "*as.*ozavc* ,m, co. |vergreen Square * 24-Hr. Phone 426-8201 * Skelton Oregon and California as well as ' , in Washington. A retirement dinner was held May 25, at which Harold was presented a trophy ~: ~ made by his fellow Simpson sawmillers. Harold and his wife, Eva, are making their home in Tigard, Ore. where they have prepared a very active program. Mrs. Ahlskog operates a travel agency and Harold has a tree farm which produces outstanding Noble Fir Christmas trees. Ahlskog helped Simpson Timber Company make the changes and modernization in fir and hemlock lumber production which allowed the company to meet the challenges of present day markets, said G. L. Oswald, President, Simpson Timber Company. WoolGrowers Having :ferendum STUDENTS IN THE Shelton High School carpentry class are completing the home they are building for the Lee Rhodes family at Seventh and Wyandotte. An open house is planned at the home from 1-5 p.m. June 6. Dick Krite has been selected as the recipient of the house for next year. The class provides the labor to do the carpentry work to build a house during the school year. There are nine students in the class this year. A producer referendum on the wool and lamb market-development program will be held June 7 through 18 by mail. "Any wool producer in Mason County who has owned sheep 6 months of age or older for at least 30 consecutive days during 1970 may cast a ballot in the referendum," said Don Ragan, Chairman of the Mason County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) Committee. The mail .referendum will be conducted by ASCS county offices. Ballots may be mailed in or producers may cast their vote by coming into their ASCS county office. The Chairman said that ballots will be mailed on June 7, 1971 to all known wool and lamb producers in the county. Ballots may be mailed to the county ASCS office or delivered in person, as soon as they are received. Ballots must reach the county office no later than close of business on June 18 in order to be counted. THESE HEROES of finance are like beads on a string - when one slips off, all the rest follow. Henrik Ibsen The First Christian Church, Arcadia and Lake Blvd., is having a new approach to Vacation Bible School this year. It will be a one week session for the whole family held in the evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The dates are June 14-18 with the closing program on the following Sunday night, June 20. There will be classes for kindergarten through adults. A nursery will be provided for the care of children below kindergarten age. The teen-agers will get on-the-job training by helping in the classrooms. The theme this year is "Jesus Speaks to Our World". There will be a tuition fee of 50 cents per child but no more than $1.50 per family. Adults classes are free. A STORY with a moral appended is like the bill of a mosquito. It bores you, and then injects a stinging drop to irritate your conscience. O. Henry The Announcement of Price Increase of ZENITH TV in last Olsen Furniture ad instead of This week we have moved into our permanent office location (the new building at Cota and Front St. which will also house Radio KMAS and the Washington State Liquor Agency) Same Let Us Save You Money On Your Insurance Coverage * AUTO * HOME OWNERS * BOAT * MOBILE HOME * LIFE * BUSINESS "Insurance Is Our Only Business" Thursday, June 3, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page ,5