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August 26, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 26, 1971

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Poulsbo Mother Dies In Accident A service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in the Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Home in Bremerton for Mrs. Dee L. Sproed, Rt. 2, Box 260, Poulsbo, who was killed Monday night in a car accident occuring two miles south of Poulsbo. The Rev. Jake N. Knight of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Sproed, born March 7, 1948 in Bremerton, was 23 years old and is survived by two children,Robbie, five, and Rhonda Marie, three; her husband, Barry; her mother, Mildred Sherman of Port Orchard; her father, William O. Griffith of Belfair; and a sister, Judy A. Griffith of Port Orchard. A graduate of North Mason High School, Mrs. Sproed attended Olympic College. She was a former Queen of Job's Daughters, and was employed as a waitress in The Poplars Restaurant in Silverdale. DOLED getaway car of Bonnie & Clyde persons to downtown $helton Monday sedan, along with a 7,500-pound Was brought to Mason County by Miller's Penney Co. time of trial an end ol next le, however, les an Mason YOu can them are..e ITZ is wher nag,r, has a ection of for fall. even price and get Let of BOB'S iShed prices miss Once a year If so, :he prices PAINTS, You'll book... as now Rod lug the prices carpets by price on in today .. the family -abor Day out the sale now at ave $21 to the deal, so drive safely AUTO time to Your energy Store for the center for now NYE on the Cole lager is this on of ;e it runs hair rnom to SALON at is the are in a what handle or need, milk and Save $10 to $60 at SEARS during the big sewing machine sale. Manager Maxine Rhoades has some top buys, so better hurry on in and see 'em today... Look to the YARN SHOP on Mt. View for specialty kits by Bernat. We think, when it comes to yarn or specialty items, you'll go a long ways before you top the YARN SHOP... Want a terrific meal in pleasant surroundings, with good service and at prices you can afford? Then the TIMBERS RESTAURANT is the place for you. Managers Cecelia Clark and Hazel Rickards strive hard to give you the courteous service and good food, that everyone is talking about. But don't just talk about going in... do it, today... That's -30- for this week, but remember what Voltaire once wrote: "He who thinks himself wise, O heavens! is a great fool". -DL ns For Work started this week on grading and .leveling Simpson Timber Company's dry land sorting yard near Matlock, said Bruce Coombs, logging manager. The Scalzo Thos. Company of Seattle was awarded the contract to do this phase of the preparatory work. A well has been drilled and a water supply is available at the site. Simpson engineers produced the working drawings to be used in preparing the dry land sort area. After the site is graded and leveled, a complete drainage system will be installed to insure a firm surface for the location of new railroad spurs and operation of heavy log handling equipment. The overall program when completed will allow the sorting and bundling of logs for each plant in Shelton. Logs will be sorted for all uses whether by the company or for trade, said Coombs. New seedlings will be planted where needed to protect the esthetic values. A clean ertvironment within the operation witl be a must, said Max Schmidt, maflager-timberlands. Members of Faith Lutheran will hold their worship service at the Lloyd Goodwin home on Harstine Island Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. There will be no services at the church building. Families are asked to bring their picnic supper pot-luck style and eating utensils. The worship will be held outdoors in a meadow with the picnic following at noon. Games, refreshment, fellowship will mark the afternoon hours. A map will be displayed on the church door for those who are uncertain of the route. Signs on the island will also point the way. Those desiring transportation are asked to contact Rev. Kenneth Robinson. Livestock 4-H Members Sought Reorganization of the Assorted Livestock Growers 4-H Club is planned in September. Any youngster in the county who is interested in having a livestock project is welcome to join the club. Additional information can be obtained from Marge Ford at 426-6152. MY FATHER was a creole, his father a Negro, and his father a monkey; my family, it seems, begins where yours left off. Alexandre Dumas ~OU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & C' QUALITY FUR $ Richard Pearson Dies In Las Vegas Richard Lee Pearson, a two-month resident of Las Vegas, Nev. died in Las Vegas on Sunday as the result of an auto accident. He was 24 years old. He was a disabled veteran of Viet Nam, and a member of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 13, Seattle. Mr. Pearson was born Aug. 4, 1947 in Tacoma, and he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pearson of Las Vegas; a sister, Mrs. Judy Rue Brown, Seattle; an uncle, Duane Blackorby, Seattle; and a nephew, Stephen Martin Holman, Seattle. Full military honors will be rendered by the U. S. Army at the service to be held at 10 a.m. today in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. F. Bernard Ristine Dies In Hospital Mr. F. Bernard Ristine, 306 1 St., died Friday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 63 years. Born in Fortesque, Mo. on Dec. 29, 1907, Mr. Ristine had resided in Shelton since 1936. He was a pipe fitter for ITT Rayonier, and belonged to Mr. Olive Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Syble, of the home; a son, Gerald, of Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Maxine Jacobsen of Bellevue and Mrs. Dolores Thomas, lssaquah; 1 3 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four brothers, Thomas of Shelton, Stephen of Spokane, Rex of Florida, and Clifford, Seattle; and two sisters, Mrs. Hope Young, Shelton, and Mrs. Erma Hall, Spokane. Doris E. Nelson Dies On Sunday Mrs. Doris E. l~elson, 1411 Railroad Ave., died Sunday in her home. She was 72 years old. She was born June 4, 1899 in Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Nelson was a retired nurse, and had lived in this area for a year and a half. She was the wife of the late Ernest J. Nelson. Survivors include her brother, Dr. C. A. Dugan, of Napa, Cal.; and two sisters, Mrs. Irene A. Smith, Victoria, B.C., and Mrs. Ethel Dinning of Shelton. At 1 p.m. Wednesday a graveside service was held in Dougan Memorial Cemetery, Cowichan Bay, B.C. Young GaP To Meet An organizational meeting for a Mason County Young Republican group is set for 7 p.m. Aug. 31 at the home of Tom River, 1224 Thomas Ave. in Shelton. Interested high school students, young voters and other young people are welcome to . attend. Further information can be obtained from Shelby Rice at 426-6108. TO SELL YOUR HOME Insurance on your car, home, business, lit, and everything clsc vou value. ROCKY HEMBROFF AGENCY Call 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 SAFECO I~SU~ANCE A COMFOI~TABLE career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them SO. William Thackeray ) Pastor Roland Huber ttl id officiated at a funeral held at 11 Sea e Res ent a.m. Monday in Mt. Olive Taken By Death Lutheran Church. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. F. Earl (Bud) Fortnum, 73, of Donations were made to Mt. Seattle, died Friday in Seattle Olive Lutheran Church and to the General Hospital. Mason General Hospital Coronary He was born in Shelton on Care Unit. January 27, 1898, and was a welder for Simpson Timber Co. He was a Navy veteran of World War I. Surviving him are his wife, Doris G. Fortnum, Seattle; a daughter, Beth A. Fortnum, Seattle; and two sisters, Mrs. P. R. Finnegan of Seattle and Mrs. Myrlle Livermore of Shelton. Cremation followed a funeral service held at 2 p.m. Monday in Bonney-Watson Broadway Chapel, Seattle. Remembrances were made to the American Cancer Society. Dorothy Zickrick Succumbs at 64 Dorothy J. Zickrick, 64, died Sunday in her home at Rt. 10 Box 508, Shelton. She was a school teacher, and a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church. She belonged to the Altar Society and to the Washington Education Association. is Mrs. Zickrick was born October 11, 1906 in Wheelock, N. D. and is survived by three brothers, Joe H. Lynch of Seattle, William Lynch of Marysville, Cal. and Connie Lynch of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Dauer of Witliston, N. D. and Mrs. Helen Nelson of Seattle ...... Rosary wilt be recited ~S~ Edward's Catholic Church at 7:30 p.m. today and Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Friday with Father Gabriel Donohue officiating. Burial will be in the Holy Cross section of Shelton Memorial Park. O Music Box Will be Closed August 23 thru 29th. We will re-open Monday, Aug. 30. Staff Sgt. Bradley S. Metcalf, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Metcalf, 907 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos, Tex., has received the U. S. Air Force Commendation Medal for meritorious service while assigned at Da Nang AB, Vietnam. Sgt. Metcalf, a telephone equipment repairman, was honored at Tyndall AFB, Fla., where he is now assigned to a unit of the Air Force Communications Service which provides' global communications and air traffic control for the USAF. The sergeant attended San Marcos High School. His wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellingson, Shelton. REGULAR PASSBOOK /-,/ ( Thanks to everyone who attended our Grand Opening made us feel so Welcome in Shelton Where you save is important, of course. Smart savers and investors look for combination of eeminss and safety. And they've proven they con find it rig ht here at TCF. But, how you save is also important. That s why we o ffer a savinc:ls program designed for every inveltm,... and ever bud el'. Here at TCF you can choose that program that suits you best. Y g We try to make saving easier for you here at TCF. Why don t you stop by and choose the program that best suits you. 1 YEAR-S1,000 MINIMUM 90-DAY SAVINGS PROGRAM HERE AT TCF? Open E I N "'m"" P" Daily P, 2 YEAIt,,-$I,O00 MWlMUM % THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMP IA---SH ELTON~..LACEY OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch Branch li, epitel Wey4131 Medlt~ Seuore 113 lellm4 Avemm % , b00 :rE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFOR ?= 1-12'2"x11';,Forest Green Shag,, ,. e.,.$,,,.,o ................... ,ow $88.00 1-12,x10,10 , Avocado Green Shag, Rag. $ s.20 ............... Now $88.00 1-12 x12, Flaxen G ................... NOW 88.00 o< old HI lOW pattern~ Rag $144 00 ~- C 1 19"vR'R" I~,.et ~_nm ercial with foam rubber . C .'.=. Av v , , ~o~ vv,,.m *.ack Re- *" .... ~OO Jl't~ _~ ......... uo ................. NOW *I1OOeVV 1-12"x14', Charcoal Indoor-Outdoor, ,.,. $,3.so ................ NOW $88.00 , ,,,, Gold Commercial Kitchen Re 159 20 NOW 88.00 1-12 x14 10 , Autumn - " , g. $ ........ $ Immediate and Convenient Terms Free Delivery Free Parking Use Your o # 426-4702 Quality Furniture since 1936 4th and Cota :OME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNIT~E AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD 4TH & COTA * % Thursday, August 26, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5