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August 5, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 5, 1971

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find just buys all over and an easy to let your eyes pages of the section, the can find just Want and need. report on what Jerry Prices on than normal. sale... name of the SALON-and take advantage of the first of the week special. It's a good way to relax while your shopping downtown... Need some ice? Then stop in at VIC'S QUICK STOP on Hillcrest for a big bag or just some cocktail ice. While there, take a look around the store. We know you'll find just the right something for your next meal... Next week will be a busy one for two local organizations... The Shelton Jaycees are holding their donkey baseball on Monday, August 9, 7 p.m. at Loop Field... a hilarious event to Earl Davenport Davenport this watch.., and... find many The Shelton Lions Club TO Sptclk At the store, presents the DeWayne Bros. 3ttemiller,, ,, has Circus, Wednesday, August 11 p 7 on every with two performances, 2 and 8 ICnlC for it... p.m., at Kneeland Center... with racer?Then all types of live animals and Earl Davenport, new State into JIM acts... Republican Chairman, will be the View and Be sure and attend them both, speaker at the Mason County one of the as only this way will Sbelton Republican picnic at the Simpson manager Bob attract shows of all kinds... Recreation Area at Mason Lake ~n the market. That's -30- for this week, Aug. 10. save on a but remember what Lessing once There will be a social hour at Cared for.., wrote of self-reliance, "Think 5:30 p.m. and a pot luck dinner he fabulous wrongly, if you please, but in all at 6:30 p.m. Ham, coffee and tea O L S E N cases think for yourself", will be served. Those attending be ending -DL are asked to take their own eating still has a utensils, cup and serving spoon choice is ------------------ for their food contribution. The Republican Central orget that a Too Late to Classify Committee is extending a special this doesn't . .-_-_-_-_-_-._------------ invitation to all interested young ,, people. owner of MELL 19 WESTINGHOUSE TV Zntly gave $40.00, Sony 5" Go Anywhere on the TV $85.00, Two 8:55x15 snow Better join tires $50.00. All like new, royal typewriter $20.00. 1702 Holman. receive your $8/5 t~BOB'S SALE -- 2V2 bedroom house, For Street at the fireplace, patio, floor furnace, part basement, one acre, garden, end Positivelyequity. 426-4660. B8/5 ~, we all know better hurry PAINTING AND odd jobs done of these reasonably. Call 426-1571. The Shelton City Commission Y8/5-12 took under advisement a request from John Kneeland for an on Your 1955 FORD 2-door station easement for a road which he in at the wagon, runs well, $125 or best STYLING offer. Call 426-8072. $8/5-12 wants to build from Highway 101 along his property line between FOR SALE by owner: 3 bedrm.,his property and the site of the utility room, fireplace withnew Shelton High School. heatalator, oil furnace, double garage, corner lot and half, walk The commission stated they to school and store. F.H.A. would study the request and appraised $16,350. Call 426-4652 consult with the city engineer after 5. H8/5tfn about it. The commission received one 1960 IMPALA sport coupe, rebuilt 357, Hurst 3 speed, power bid, from the She]ton Agent's steering, brakes, new clutch.Association, on liability insurance 426-1111. B8/5 for the city. They took the bid County REGISTERED TENNESSEE under advisement. VOted to walker for sale. $300.00. Phone Fire Chief Allan Nevitt operate a 426-4230. D8/5 reported his volunteer fire group Richard he move Card of Thanks was planning to have a booth at Torvald T. Westby and family the Mason County Fair this year. part of extend thanks and deepest The commission approved the appreciation for kindnesses shown recommendation of City Engineer site is onduring the illness and passing of Howard Godat to call for bids for our beloved wife and mother, the area Mrs. Hilda Marie Westby. 8/5 work on the Matlock Rd. and the Northcliff Rd. in the city. LOST: 8 ft. turquoise colored SOme to pram, on Hammersley Inlet. the license Reward. Phone 426-2261 or 426-8326. {with oars) H8/5 THE OBJECT of the superior man is truth. Food is not his )roved the1969 16 ft. fibreglas boat, 70 h.p. object. The superior man is Deputy Chrysler motor, canvas, trailer, anxious lest he should not get that all extras. $2150. Twanoh Falls. Call truth" he is not anxious lest ~e mOved Tacoma LE 7-3518 weekdays CR ' 5-6588 Saturday and Sunday poverty should come upon him. and road D8/5-26 " Confucius Screened is out of d buggins S-==.==~ ~ ff-~~- ;vi, ,ed ENJOY OUR AIR CONDITIONED e up for DINING ROOMI Treat the family to a real treat at the... Feature of the Week Try our delicious . . . CENTER CUT SIRLOIN STEAK grilled to a delectible tenderness to satisfy any gourmet. This taste treat is served with soup or salad, choice of Potato, vegetable, dessert and coffee. TRY IT THIS WEEK FOR ONLY 00 Take the family to a picnic with Flavor Crisp Fried Chicken in a *Box *Bucket *Barrel CALL 426-1990 then stop by and pick up your order. Be sure and try our warm weather luncheon selecti0ns! Open a a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays * 7 e.m. to 10 p.m. Saturdays and ? a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays Cecelia Clark & Hazel Rickards, managers 7th and Railroad Shelton I II MEN'S BOLD WOOL PLAID MEN'S AND Reg. 38.50 LAYAWAY FOR $1.00 down and SAVE NO-IRON TULIP Bog !UET Here they are! Sheets you'll love at first glance. Easy care, no-iron muslin of 50% Kodel Polyester, 50% Cotton. Choose from colors of lemon, azaulea, azure. Twin Flat or Fitted, Reg. $3.99 ... Double Flat or Fitted, Reg. $4.99 Queen Flat or Fitted, Reg. $7.59 . 87 $' )87 $ 87 King Flat or Fitted, Reg. $9.59 .. Standard Pillow Case, Reg. $1.50 ea. ea. DAISY Brighten up your bed with a flowery ensemble of "Sun Daisy" sheets. All easy care, no-iron percale of 50% Kodel Polyester and 50% Cotton. Overall daisy print in sun bright colors. $' '87 Twin Flat or Fitted, Reg. $5.49 ... Double Flat or Fitted, Reg. $6.49. $4sT. 87 Queen Flat or Fitted, Reg. $8.99 .. Calif. King Fitted, Reg. $10.99 ... $~87 I King Flat or Fitted, Reg. $11.99 Standard Pillow Cases, Reg. $1.90 ea. SALE! 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT FABRICS REG. $5.98 YD. Sew with color! Sew with imaginatioQ! Sew your on-the-go outfits from our great selection of 100% Polyester double knit fabrics. Heavy weight 58/60" wide, crepe stitch and twill stitch in new solid colors. BOYS' CORDUROY ZIP-OFF HOOD, MACHINE WASH. REG. 14.98 BONDED ACRYLIC LAYAWAY FOR $1.00 DOWN. Ass't. Plaid, Reg. 3.98 Yd. YD. \ The perfect topping for your widerqegged pants. Cotton backed polyurathane coats in the look of leather. Soft, supple and dry cleanable. We offer four sharp new styles with brass trims and fashionable details. Sizes 8 to 18. REGULARLY $30 tO $50 ~_%-_-_-_-~--~ _...-.-._.--.-_-'-'------_'_----..._-...--..__- A cozY comfort in cold weather .... our nylon tow coat is fashioned from 100% nylon quilted to acetate. It features a hidden hood, zip pockets and side zippers. Sizes S-M-L in navy, powder, purple, brown or turquoise. The longer, leaner look in a sturdy nylon jacket for all outdoor occasions. This great looking style features a warm polyester fiber fill, hidden hood and wristlets and stand up collar. Navy, pink, plum, powder or lemon. S-M-L-XL. Regularly $19.95 Reg. $26.95 i l I A. MEN'S TOW COAT Take warm weather with you when you face winter in this rugged tow coat. A hidden hood and wristlets make it wonderfully warm on the coldest days. Combination zip and snap front.., side zip pockets. Navy, green and blue in sizes S-M-L-XL. Regularly$22 B. AND C. MEN'S AND BOYS' 8 to 20 TOW COATS Neat and durably made jackets for men and boys. They are way out in front with good looks and comfortable warmth. Our sturdy jackets feature hidden hoods, knit cuffs, side zip pockets and combination zip and snap closure. Navy, turquoise, Spanish gold or brown. Boys' sizes 8 to 20 Regularly $18.95 Men's sizes S-M-L-XL Regularly $22 D. BOYS' 3 to 7 JACKET An all boy way to stay snug and dry.., our raglan sleeve jacket with concealed hood and knit wristlets. It has a 100% nylon shell and quilted lining. Turquoise with navy trim and gold with brown trim. Regularly $11 EXCITING NEW STYLES AND TEXTURES FOR THE NOW LOOK! REGULARLY $36 -- $42 / / / Left: 27" tow coat of 100% nylon with hidden hood, two side zip pockets and hidden wristlets. Polyester fiber fill. Sizes 7 to 14 in navy, ale or plum. Right: A smartly styled no wale cotton corduroy storm coat with acrylic pile lining and rayon-polyurathane trim. Single breasted with belt and hood. 3 colors in sizes 4 to 14. Reg. $18 and $20 I Thursday, August 5, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal Page 3 ii