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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ohns this week Sales career Company of of Tacoma late Paul establish this Wood port of Simpson, firm's in 1941 managed sales in sales Shelton. a sales quarters TO Need a map to find your way? Well, Don at CUT RATE "AUTO PARTS has a Rand McNally issue that's just the ticket for lots of pleasure behind the wheel... Speaking of pleasure behind ~';~ f: ":~:z?~ the wheel, you might find your ,~ _ ~ wheels a lot easier when you join ~ ~ MELL CHEV-OLDS $100 birthday club. That's right! Art Mell, owner, will knock off $100 '~i ~t on any new or used car of your ~ choice on your birthday, if you're ~f' a member of the club. Stop in and ask Art or any of his salesmen all about it... space and the interior building on remodeling back wall building Sales floor. was will be time. The NYE COMPANY, building materials firm on the ~"1 Cole Road, has some paneling ~::j that is just right for the person ~~.~~ who is on a tight budget. Don't get left out on this top notch .. :~., OUR STORE IS SCHEDULED FOR A buy... ~~ At MILLER'S you'll find the COMPLETE REMODELING WITHIN A FEW July Clearance is well under way, but don't let that bother you, 'cause manager Run Elledge has DAYS! SO, WE MUST MOVE MERCHANDISE TO lots of goodies for everyone, and especially for the ladies, as they MAKE ROOM FOR THE CARPENTERS, ETC. can really clean up on this supurb merchandise... Free at SEARS this weekend is a 100 lb. tub of phosphate free detergent to promote the July Appliance Salebration now being held. If you're in the market for a washer, dryer or other appliance, now is the time to break loose KRISTIE MANKE, left, and Shelli Thomason, members of and buy, 'cause you can save the Mason County Robinettes have just returned from their some money if you do... second week at baton twirling camp. They, along with other l.:i!" ' . Ken Chapman, owner of members of the Robinettes, attended the twirling camp at EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER, Leavenworth June 13-18 after which the two attended Chet's has some special buys for this Clinic of Champions in Portland, Ore., June 27 --July 1. weekend, so check this weeks Shelli won a first place trophy and seven ribbons from daily Journal. No matter what it is, Ken classes. Kristie won two ribbons from daily classwork. Regularly Regularly entirealwaySfamily.has good., buys for the $75 and $80ASLOW $85 and $90 Put your foot down for Rand B~ AS AS LOW AS Shoes at BOB'S SHOE TREE. ~~~ Owner Bob Wotton has just the Lilliwoup style that you men will want, Re lar Regularly from all types of boots to dress a;! 110 shoes, and all prices too... $9 $115 and $120 of Need a new saw or drill? Then S AS LOW AS local take a look at what Black & t Here plans Decker now have at EACRETT LUMBER CO. A complete line ofBy VIVIEN OLSON when Lydia, her sister Mrs Doris tools at whatever price you can LILLIWAUP - tt was a most Sirpo, of Portland, Ore. and their afford... Be sure and check the happy renewal of a long time mother, Mrs. Mollie yon friendship this past week when Berthelsdorf, who is 82years old, HALLMARK INN advertisement Miss Clara Wilson of Hoodsport came for a visit. this week before you plan where entertained Mrs. Hugh (Lydia) Miss Wilson and her guests to eat your lunch. Some tasteColopy of Akron, Ohio. The two enjoyed a two day trip to tempting meals are on the agenda f o r t hen e w "M erchants met when they were attending the Victoria, B.C. and two days at her es Lunch"... .... ,~,,,. College of the Pacific, at Stockton, Hood Canal home renewing old Regularly Regularly The Special of the. ,Week isCalif,ir~1930. times. $45 $50 to $55 Will beagain being featured at NELL'S Miss Wilson served with the AS LOW AS A EOW AS PHARMACY. Owner Nell Army~larse Corps in Europe and :~ ~i Evander knows that fair pricing was reunited with her friend in Paris find later in Heidleberg, Eleanor G. Strom Regularly Regularly and friendly service will please his Germany, in 1946. customers. Stop in soon and let After a twenty-five year Dies On Tuesday $60 to $65 $70 to $80 Nell and his staff please you.., separation, the two friends took AS LOW AS AS LOW AS That's -30- for this week now but remember what Douglas up right where they had left offEleanor G. Strum, 265 Island Lake Drive, died Tuesday in bargainsJerrold once wrote, "Happiness Mason General Hospital at the age might grows at our own fireside, and is of 62 years. She was born April 1, next not to be picked in strangers' Frank ~1~ars 1909 in st. Paul, Minn. say thisgardens". Mrs. Strum was a member of MEN,S SLACKS 100% WOOl. Regular 31-44 waist. Short models. 31-38 waist. Regularly $22.95 to $27 "" -DL NOw |n Army' Jehovah's Witnesses Church, and N'S & she is survived by her husband, l E MEN S DOUBL KNIT SLACKS One group. 100% polyester. Regularly $25.00 to $27.00 Gruver Frank Allen Mars, son of Mr. Paul T. Strum of Shelton; three of ,the ve em Church Slates and Mrs. Ray Mars, Shelton has sons, Gene Barry and David, all MEWS PERI~t, PRESS PANTS o"e group cotton poiyes,o, b,eo Regularly and =13 enlisted in the US Army fShelton;'twobrothers, Gordon or the according to SSG Rod Sinclair, Perlich and Donald Perlich, both me to ~outh Team localArmyRecruiter, of St. Paul; and four YOUNG MEN'S FLARE PANTS Onegroup. Permapress. RegularlYSgto$1a ......... *5.99 ag gets Mars enlisted under the grandchildren A Youth Team will present Army's Guaranteed School of John Gill will officiate eta YOUNG MENIS TAPERED PANTS One group Regularly $6 50 to $9 $3.99 special programs at the Northside Choice Program for training in a service to be held at 10 a.m. " .............. Baptist Church at 7:30 p m .......... ic's course ThdTd;Y,a F.rid~Ynd~nd Saturday t~l:h isK:alducMte~n:t Frt KnxCremationFriday in Batstone Funeral Home. ~will follow. SWEATER SH|RTS one group au wool. Long & short sleeves. ...................... i/2 PR,CE Y ntl takmg basic e: .... .~, " " . ~ . ... Ky. Mars is curre Y tne group lnciuaesUOO .... F -ewis ,- "N VELOUR SHIRTS Men's onegrouo. Short sleeves- Reg. $13-$16 .................... I/2 PRICE Jon trammg at t b es, a 24-year-old veteran who " :: :MEN'S SHIRTS Reg. $9-$11 Va ues $ I.gIJ is attending Carson Newman rent College and who is the speaker. . FULtER'S ~ One group assorted. ................................ Will The song leaderis Jim Florence, a On Carrier ' 895. pre-medical student at California Officer Third ARea MEN S JACKETS One large group, for summer or fall. Regularly $20-$25 ............. i/2 PRICE Baptist College. Pianist is Susan Navy Petty .... ~: 1 $' awd M uunneu, son of SS-- Tulle, a student at Lamer State Class D " R - ~me. Mrs Edward Bunnell, College of Technology, Texas. Mr. and SPECIAL Rev. Paul Butterfield, pastor Shelton, is serving with the Staff, ~~~~L'J MEalS SANDALS Reguary $9 I/2 PRICE of theNorthsideBaptistChurch, Commander Carner.D'v's!onOne CAR :ARE ..... ....................................... - Siera says the programs are open to all aboard the attacl~ mrcratt carrier ~ MEalS SWIMWEA. ............................................ I/2 PRICE 1'64 young people and others in the USS Midway with the Seventh tee nm--~ ick. community. Fleet in the Western Pacific tion. ndle ~~~ ~ One group I~ /~1~ ' " Skirts, Sweaters, Pants, LADIES SPORTSWEAR Shorts, Blouses tIFF[ TUNE SHOE SALE | Many styles available! Examples of the savings available are: / ) Reg. $15 Reg. $20 $1mI Reg. $26 | ] ' NOW r7 NOW " IO NOW -1- lO ! All Sales ; Ask us about our paycheck protec ~,..~.~.:~ ~ Final! tion and Money Back k NoReturns plan Life :~I] ~ =~=mwmlMIl~ ~ or Exchanges Insurance. i! i ill ARNOLD & . ii AGENCY: | all at ~: " For All Your Insurance Needs ~1~ 409 RAILROAD Uo...ri:..'iC rata St. Saturday '":'::~i~ .. ~. 9 to 6 m l l,e ~v 10 a m .',.~*:~.!, :: " . Railroad ~::~::~:::::~;