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August 19, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 19, 1971

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Fair Program FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 8:00 - Midnight ALL DAY - SATURDAY 9:00 a.m. 2:00 - 8:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. ALL DAY -- SUNDAY ALL DAY - I :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Horse Show in Competition Dog Obedience Trials Beef and Dairy Fitting and Showing INDIAN SALMON BARBECUE Prosser Hayriders' Western Band Teen Dance (Lynx Band) Art Show, Rock and Mineral Commercial Displays, Concessions, Exhibits, Horseshoe Contest Show, Carnival, ttorse Show in Competition SPAGttETT1 FEED (SPONSORED BY SHELTON ELKS LODGE No. 2467 N.R.A. Rodeo (Professional Cowboys) 4-H Style Revue Stan Boreson Performance (Swedish Accordion) Jumping Jill Performance Green Acres Square Dancing on Horses Pig and Chicken Scramble Square Dance Recreation Hall Art Show, Rock and Mineral Show, Commercial Displays, Concessions, Carnival, Exhibits, ttorseshoe Contest Art Show, Rock & Mineral Show, Commercial Displays, Exhibits, Carnival, Concessions, Horseshoe Contest N.R.A. Rodeo (Professional Cowboys) Contests Pie Eating - Men Only, Husband Calling -- Women Only, Wife Calling - Men Only, Women's Nail Pounding Contest, Women's Rolling Pin Toss, Egg Catching - Coup!es Only i~:;f :!? i!~"!:: : ~ Continues Drowning :tim The Mason County Sheriff's 6313 Military Rd. E., Puyallup, Office is continuing dragging who apparently drowned after a operations in its efforts to find ' boating accident the evening of the body of Richard Seeger, 28, Aug. 7. Exemption Sign-Ups Complete A total of 673 persons had signed up for property tax exemptions for low income older persons as of the Aug. 1 deadline, Assessor Willis Burnctt said this week. The exemptions applied to persons 62 years old or older whose income was $6,000 or less annually. Those with incomes, below $4,000' ~ ' year recei~e ~the ;{ull exemption under the'law. Those with incomes between $4,000 and $6,000 receive half of the exemption. There were about 400 persons who signed up under the tax exemption program last year. The increased numbers resulted from an expansion of the program this year which makes more persons eligible. Youth Jailed For Glue Sniffing An 18-year-old Allyn youth, Gary W. Hogenson, P. O. Box 1 5 1, was booked into Mason County Jail last week on a charge of unlawful inhalation of toxic fumes, glue containing tulovl and possession of glue containing tulovl. He was arrested by a State Trooper about I a.m. Thursday and booked into the Mason County jail. Also booked into the county jail was a 17-year-old Shelton juvenile, who was arrested over the weekend by Sheriff's deputies on a charge of dispersing and possession of a controlled substance. Burglary Investigated The Shelton Police Dep.rtment is investigating a burglary of the Arctic Circle Drive In early last Friday morning. Officers said someone who entered the building through the back door took about 60 pounds of hamburger, an adding machine and about $3 in pennies. They tried to get into the safe, but, were unable to do so. Officers said the burglary occured some time between 2 and 7 a.m. Call Seeger was in a boat which was struck in the rear by another boat in Case Inlet in the Allyn area. tte fell from the boat and was not seen afterwards. Sheriff's Office divers searched the water for his body, and began dragging operations last week. Dragging operations are planned to continue on a part time basis. REVOLUTIONS APPEAL to those who have not; they have to be imp~sed on those who have. Gilbert Seldes THE ACTION THE Mason County Fair Grounds Saturday and Sunday afternoons will center around the rodeo, which is a new addition to the fair activities this year. Those who attend will see the clown in action, as he is here attracting the attention of a Brahma bull after the bull has dumped its rider. Steven Cole Completes Course Army Pvt. Steven G. Cole, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Cole, Shelton, recently completed an eight week field wireman course at the U. S. Army Training Center, Infantry, Ft. Ord, Calif. During the course, he learned to install and maintain field wire communication systems, operate field telephone switchboards, receive and process messages and operate a message center. Turf Builder is the prolonged release fertilizer that gives up its nutrients only as the grass needs them. So there's no spindly surge growth to cause extra mowing. Instead Turf Builder makes your lawn grow greener, thicker, sturdier. How about this weekend? Fall Green-up Sale Save $1.50 15,000 sq ft bag 12.45 Save $1.00 10,000 sq ft bag 8.95 Save 50 5,000 sq ft bag 4.95 Super Tuff Builder is the fertilizer that's made especially for so many of our western lawns which need that "some- thing extra." Provides double the greening power of Scotts regular Turf Builder. Yet it will not burn the grass in any weather. Fall Green-up Sale Save $2 10,000 sq ft bag Lg,gY 16.95 Save $1 5,000 sq ft bag 9:.95" 8.95 Save 50 2,500 sq ft bag ..%66- 4.95 LUMBZRMEN'S "Building Mason County" Of Shelton * 426-2611 "k Your choice of either bathroom or ball CREDIT TERMS 3111 PACIFIC AVE. 943-3542 MON.. FRI. 10.6 SAT. 10-5 106 WEST'J" ST. MON.-FRI. 10-6 SAT. 10-5 In Three important changes were made for the operation of Inn Quest at the youth center's board meeting Monday night. Included Simpson Loggers In Woods Simpson Timber Company resumed work at both logging camps this week after a weeks closure due to extreme weather conditions. Camp Grisdale in Grays Harbor County is operating eight logging sides and Camp Govey in Mason County operates nine sides. Winter weather curtailed full production the first three months of the year. "Since April, the production has been excellent with only one week lost to extreme dry weather so far this .summer", said Bruce Coombs, logging manager. Logs, needed to supply Simpson's manufacturing plants come from both logging camps where over 350 men are employed. Fifteen contract loggers employ 55 men working in the Simpson Timber Company second growth thinning program and related projects. "Keeping a forest fire from starting is our number one goal", said Coombs. was a rule those who may u No one allowed at the time. 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