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1964 SHELTON---MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christma fown, U.g.A.', Shelton, Washington PAGE 13 4, \ i In Our Ready-To-Wear Dept. Balance LADIES SUMMER JUniors . Missy & Half Sizes ~ Final Clearance "$29.95 One Group Capris - Surfers - Shorts - Blouses Final Clearance Capris - Surfers - Shorts and Tee Shirts One Group Corsetry and One Group and 12.95 ALL $5.95 1/2 One Group & Dacron Skirls &,Blouses To Malch Clearance Clearance '/'3 OFF Blouses Reg. $5.98 - $7.98 GROUP COTTON Clearance TERRY One Group of "$4.98 One Group of SUITS IN ONE and 2 pc, SUITS 95. $14.95 In Our Kiddies Korner SUMMER WEIGHT TROUSERS Sizes 3-6 % BOY'S KNIT SHIRTS Sizes 3-6 1/S OFF SUMMER COATS Good Selection 1/2 OFF & DRESSES GIRL'S KNIT BLOUSES Spring & Summer Colors Mix & Match Sizes 3-6X 7.1 % /5/, GIRL'S KNIT SURFERS Spring & Summer Colors Mix & Match 1/3 OFF IRL's SLACK & SHORT SETS Summer Cottons Just a few sizes left l/s, OFF GIRL'S SHIFTS & attractive -- Just right to finish the summer $299 :i COme in and Brouse al'om,d our , Bargain Table. & Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. @ (~ SGW, IIi* " Ill Accessories & Lingerie Dept. GROUP :NYLON QUILTED :ROBES Sizes 7 to 14 /3 OFF ONE GROUP HAND BAGS ONE GROUP O,OSMETIG'S Pajamas - Waltz Gown - Sizes S-M-L Long Gowns Sizes 36 to 44 SUMMER JEWELRY TO: CLEAR 1.00.49o 2,00-98c 3,00-$1.49 4.00-$1,98 In Our Dry Goods Dept. $2.00 - $1.33 $3.00 - $2.00 $4.00 - $2.67 $5.00 - $3.34 ONE GROUP COTTON DOUBLE KNIT YARDAGE Reg. Price $5.79 Miscellaneous items Reduced to Clear SPRING & SUMMER YARDAGE V3 OFF ,or /2 OFF In Our Giftware Dept. I ONLY FITTED WIOKER PICNIC BASKET $ Reg. Price $7.95 i 0NL? 2 GAL, THERMOS JUG Reg. Price $9.95 I ONLY 2 GAL. THERMOS JUG Reg. Price $9.29 5 ONLY METAL ICE CHESTS Reg. Price $8.95 4 ONLY WEST BEND HEATING PADS Reg. Price $3.99 Men's Wear One Group MEN'S SWIM SUITS Reg. $3.98 One Group BOY'S COTTON WASH N WEAR SLACKS Sizes 8to 18 Reg. $3.98 Reg. $4.98 $317 One Group MEN'S SUITS $39.95-$28.88 $59.50-$38.88 $69.50-$48.88 $89.50-$58.88 13y l)ora ll, aring MATTOCK Mailock Grange held its remdar meeting lasl Fri- day evening and had four visitors. M,'. and Mrs. William Lundquist and Mr. and Mrs. Sat Pierce from Southside Gl'ange, amd it was de- cided to have a picnic supper at the next meeting, Aug. 7. at Scha- fer State Park, at 7 p.m. Clinton Painter of Prince George, B.C. spent a few days last week with his son and family, The Rodger Painters. He also was a dinner gues', at the Elvin Hearing home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clift and non Jerry of Lewiston. Ida.. are houseguesta this week of Mr. and Mrs. Harohi Clift. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hearing and Barbara and John t-learing of North Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hearing of Snoquahnie were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing Friday. MR. AND MRS. IVES Good- bm'P, and family of Shelton spkmt Saturday at the R. E. Bradberry honlc. Tile D. R. Densley family and Edith and Jimmie spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. g. E. Bradberry. Tile Wes Goodburn family and the R. E. Bradberrys picnicked Sltnday aL Satsop Lake above Canlp Grisdale. Supt. and Mrs. Eugene French and family motorcd to Moni,ana to visit, and take in Yellowstone National Park this week. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lula Oien, MRS. AUGUSTA Portman and Carl Portman called on the L. D. Portmans of Shelton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gribb]e spent Sunday evening at the Ed- ward Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier at- tended the wedding of Susan Ried and Russell Duvall at the Metho- dis~ Church in Montesmlo Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Edwa.rd Valley spent Saturday evening at the Charles LaBrec home. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier attended the Rochester Alumni picnic ,at Borst Park at CenLralia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Boothe and family of Sonth Bend ,,q)ent Sun- day at l.he I. C. Ford home. They took Tyler Boothe. who has spent the past two weeks with his gra.nd- parents home. Mrs. Mary Wagner and son Ger- ald of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie and Mr. and Mrs. An- drew MeGarvie spent Saturday ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford. MRS. EARL 1VALKER was a luncheoll g'uest of Mrs. Herbert Bernard of Sehafer State Pm'l Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Wqlker and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I~hrtleson and daughter, all of Auhm'n, were Sml- day dinner guests at the Earl Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Riekert of Hoquiam were Slmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kcmleth Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston and children of Ehna were Sunday guests of their folks. Mr. and Mrs. I-Ierbert Brehmeyer Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson and family and Mrs. Winnie Gast- feld, all of Por~, Orchard. spent Thm'sday with Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Helin. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hclin were Mr. and Mrs, Max Nilsson of Seattle. They all picnicked at the Swing- ing Bridge park Sund'ay. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Picketing were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Gwinnette of the Sahnon Hatch- ery Sunday. It was Mrs. Gwin- Local EIn Of Singing Group DEVOTED BEATLE FAN--Connie Hedgers, 15. Shelton. displays her Beatles-on-their-bandstand project of which she spent some 21/2 months and an estimated 50 hours of work. The bandstand and its occupants----the members of the Beatles singing group from England, are made primarily of cardboard styrofoam and f,oil with basic colors of blue and silver. :;: =l: :1: Air Force Seeking Enlislees High school and college gradu- ates seeking steady employment and an occupation that gives an opportunity to build exciting ana rewarding careers should find out how they call become a lllenlbel' of today's aerospace team. Staff Sergeant Fredriek Knight, h)eal Ah' Force recruiting rellre- sentative, announced that he will talk with anyone, male or female about the opportunities open to them in the Air Force. Openir/gs for male officers and an'men are available in such ad- vanced fields as airer~ft and nits- siles, electronics adnlinistration and security. In the female officer ('al('g'ory, 15 different career fields are opeu pills nursing and physical and oc- cupational there py for qualfied ap- plicants, Such fields as photo- mallping, conllTU.ulieations oper- ations, administration, education and training, medical and dental are available go renlisted women. Further information on Air Force career fields for both nlale and female enlisted and officer programs is available by contact- ing Sergeant Knight at the re- cruiting office. 205 East. 4th Ave., in Olympia, or by calling Olympia 352-9362 for an appointment. nette's motb.er's birtllday dinner. Karen Wentz of Shelton spent a couple days With Janice Gwin- nelte last week. The Jake Trimble family re- turned from Kansas Sunday eve- ning after spending several weeks with relatives, l~,ag-nlop Beatle dl'lllllnler t{ingo Starr will soon receive a belat(,d birt, hday gift from a l.eellage(l Shell:on admirer Connie Hedgers, 15, apparently swept up in till' tide of "t]eatte Malliaes". :1 lconitge ('l'aZ(" whi('[l has (:alight: on /lll over tile woJ'ht since tile mop-h~iired English sing- ing group strucl the big tinle s()me nlollths ag0, plans 1.() send her own 12 by 15-in(.h styrofoam, cardhoard and foil replica of lhe Beetles on tll(,iz' bandstand to tl.in- go for his hirthday, which was July 7. CONNIE IIAS pill sonic 2 1~ lnonLhs an(t all est.inlate(1 50 ]lOll)'S \VOI'I~ 011 tim project. Sh(' has put toKether a slyl'ol'tml~l })all(island witil life-like cardboard I'iKm'('s l'('pl'(~l?lllill~> (~[It']l ltl~!lllJ~t , ,J" lhe gTollp wi/h his parli('llhll" illslru- nlent, phls pasteboard ;uld paper dFllnlS all:l of eel i l'.ql~, a ('tll,I on nledieal swah tnict'opllone. .l.]asie colors are hhle al'ld silver. Even Penny Sue, Conllie's ('at, contributed to the effm l Hair was clipped fron/ Pens, Sue's 1,all to serve ilq the HI'IIO}3'' t'Ol' each inenlbel, In an altt,lnp/ t.o nl,:lke the replica Its close 'Is possible to the grotlp Ill real life. Connie obtained some g]ay cal Ilail' from a friend in Yakima to add the nat- llral gray streak of i{ingo's hair- do. Collllie got tile idea for the, Beetle bandstand when shc i~t,ard of Ringo's upcoming hirlhday, hut was unable to finish it on Lime. Obviously a devoted 13earle fan, Connie has already sent away for tickets to the Beatles' next Seattle appearance, August 21. )llr ng ComelllAnd Get YOUR ENTRY BLANK andyour FREE CATALOG 321 Railroad Avenue Comc In and See ~ter[~ HUNDREDS OF to Sa,ve You Money , R A, We,wood. owner..the family store ;i /! ,i /i !:i bl i ?i