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Smith Insurance PUrchased the of Hood Canal Insurance of to owners long time rne of rt office will Our customers Past l l years. only the & Smith agency aXimately two enjoyed a since its shag carpeting. Let Manager Jerry Watilo help you ill your selection while you redecorate your home... A Pre-Labor Day Sale is in full swing at MELL CHEV-OLDS. Owner Art Mell has really cut prices on new and used cars so better swing in and let Art or one of his sales force give you the deal of a lifetime. P.S.: don't forget about the $100 Birthday Club... School has already begun, but don't miss the bargains that Manager Shirley Cameron has waiting for you at the MONEY SAVER store... If you buy your paint from OLYMPIC PAINTS this weekend, you'll get a free chicken dinner. Pretty good deal and kind of compensates for all that hard work when you do paint... Z01d, owner, of The "now hoots" are now in ty Salon, has at BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner RaN PANNELL, outgoing president of the Shelton Kiwanis le new Willit Bob Wotton is very pleased to Club stands with the gifts, including an all expense paid trip .'r, which takes have these boots to show and sell to the Satsop Riverfair and Tin Cup Races, long lasting cigar, average hair that it is a With short or the drying to about five of school sure of what kids What with the caught the good Shelton Stores. Just a OU'll find ating the y and mind Manager es has slashed POrtable and so run in e~n While they're ing for a brand on into CENTER riday, 'cause his customers. Stop in and ask Bob to see them and you'll soon see why they're among the fastest selling... Planning on getting married? Then dash into RAY WARREN'S BECKWITH'S JEWELRY and sign up on Rays Bridal Registry. You'll find that Ray has a gift assortment that will please any bride-to-be on her day... Make your fashion going great in this special selling event at MILLER'S SHOE SALON. Let Manager Kirk Crmcr help you to race ahead of your fashion crowd in these fantastic new fun shoes... That's 30 for this week, but remember to follow these driving rules during this long Labor Day weekend to stay alive: Don't drink and drive; Don't drive over the speed limit; Don't drive when you are overly tired and make sure that the car you arc driving is safe enough to drive at highway speeds. -DL College Honors sale on 'enl. ~r take those can save even The Board of Trustees of The Evergreen State College at Olympia today approved a resolution naming the college library m honor of Governor Daniel I. Evans. Evergreen, authorized by the 1967 Legislature, opens this fall to approximately 1,000 students. The library, largest building on the 1,000-acrc campus, initially will house a wide variety of winter at SHELTON. has many home snug up coming enland, B & R ific sale on college operations, including in addition to print and media One mile collections -- faculty and Terms. administrative offices, seminar _.__._.___~_ rooms, bookstore, food services, "t)ng. Call conference rooms, and computing -'9 area. Non-library functions will 'mechanic CtzApply move from the building as new facilities are added in future years. Ver -~- Y good The trustees' motion naming ane 426-8808.the building after Governor Evans ~__ also included directions that igidaire provision be made to Antique appropriately list inside the ;)6-1059. building the names of individuals instrumental in development of ards for the new institution: members of ae to P. the 1967 Legislature, members of 21-65 the Temporary Advisory Council on Public Higher Education, and wish members of the Southwest Iratitude Washington College Committee, ;s and which promoted Olympia as the floral -~ loss site for the college. Rate Hike The State Utilities and Transportation ('ommission granted a 10 per cent increase in log trucking rates effective Aug. 1 i. Call for IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllll! _= N (egularly every month, on the first Friday of at HALLMARK INN ESTS and demonstration of what Beltone P You Hear Better -- Enjoy Life More ED FRESH Batteries, and accessories for 'ing aids. _= and Service On All Makes See our representative Pearson, at Hallmark Inn 3, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. _--__ ItJ" In, or Dial 426-8277 G I$ YOUR PROBLEM =-- IS YOUR ANSWER new hair cut, shrimp fishermen's cap and luggage. On the left is Bill Sommers who made the presentation. The Shelton Kiwanis Club gave its retiring president, Run Pannell, a royal send off Tuesday. Among the gifts which were presented to the reliring leader were a ticket to the Satsop Riverfair and Tin ('up Races scheduled for lhi~ weekend. In order to make lilt trip easier was a set of matched luggage, a new long-lasting cigar, a new hair cut and a Hood Canal Shrimp t:isherman's Cap. lit was informed during the presentation that since the club's treasury was low, there was no money to provide transportation, and, that he would have to hitch-hike. BPA Sets The Bonneville Power Administration's proposed Bayshore substation and Tap Line will be the major subject to be discussed by Bonneville representatives at a public meeting to be held in the Mason County PUD No. 3 auditorium Sept. 7, at 3 p.m. The Bayshore substation, to provide service to the',Mashn County PUD No: 3, will 'b~qdcated apl:roximatcly six miie'sq h~rtheast of Shelton near State Highway 3. and will require a short 1 1 5,000 volt line extension between the substation and BPA's existing 115,000 volt transmission lines in the area. "Bonneville has now according to Ferris Gilkey, Seattle Area Manager, "in which the Bayshore Substation and Tap Line is an item". "The public meeting at the Mason County PUD NO. 3 auditorium will focus on the Bayshore substation, hut the public is invited to comment on any part of our Environmental Statement at this meeting", t" ;ilkey said. :' Copies of the 1973 Statement were mailed Aug. 16 to interested Federal, state and local agencies. A copy of the Draft Statement is available at BPA's Area office in Seattle at 415 First Avenue, No., for those of the c o m p I e t e d a d r a f t o f general public who wish to study. Environmental Statement on its A copy is also available at the fiscal year 1973 budget" Shelton Public Library. Rand puts you in the Fashion Picture put your foot down for.. L[ j NOWBOOTS Break away flom the dull and ordinary in "now boots'. It's me great look of today, very smart. Verymanly. Now boots get 4c, u there m stwe. Get the picture! Featured in black and brown. $15.99 Our ....... h;2 C l----u;--N; w---Ha;- "-'-"i ___ w_ 3 ,_E0 2 _b L,L_- j 107 S. 4th Shelton = I, Olympia 943-9650 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1~ Simpson Makes Rayonier Names Biologist To Staff Department Cut An organizational change within Simpson rimber Company's Shelton-based International Department was a n nounced this week by Hal Mc('tary. vice-president- Simpson International. McClary said a limiting in the diversification of the product line will require a maximum 40 per cent reduction in the personnel of the Company's International l)epartment. The scaling down in diversified items will mean an increased emphasis on conlmodity product lines handled through the Department. ADVERTISING IN the final analysis should be news. If it is not news it is worthless. Adolph Simon Ochs Carl Samuelson The appointment of Carl Samuelson, 24, as a research biologist on the staff of the ITT Rayonier Olympic Research Division was announced this week by Dr. Edwin L. Lovell, division nlanager. Samuelson comes to Rayonier from |lumboldt State College, Arcata, Calif. where in June of this year he completed his studies for a master of science in fisheries biology. In 1969 he received his bachelor of science from ttumboldt, lle reports to John Denison, Research Group Leader, at the Olympic Research Division. Samuelson's initial assignment will be working with the company"s Northwest Timber Division to assist with environmental problems as related to watershed, fisheries, and timber management. Later on, his experience will be of benefit to the Southeast Timber Division and to Rayonier Canada. He was born Oct. 8, !946, in Stockton, Calif., where he grew up, graduating from high school there in 1964. Samuelson and his wife, Lana, are living at 1713 Laurel in Shelton. They have a one-year-old son, Christian. Hobbies for the young biologist include fishing, skiing, and hiking. Ul i TRADE @. YOUR HOME Call 426-2646 "1 I I I I I u am m im il Im all maim mllmlm m u il Im Im mm n lira ai Im m m n m m nm ...:: .::: :.: :: :" : . : ' .:::" 59 VALUE WITH COUPON Cash value 1/20th . Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 THIS COUPON GOOD FOR e ANY PAIR OF SUNGLASSES! Cash value 1/20th - Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 Reg. 15 Each WITH COUPON Cash value 1/20th ~ Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 Ruled or Typing Reg. $1.1'9 WITH COUPON Cash value 1/20th _ Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 7-ounce size, Reg. $1.29 WITH COUPON Cash value 1/20th . Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 2 PENS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF REGULAR PEN 87 Value WITH COUPON Cash value 1/20th It. Coupon good Sept. 2 thru 8, 1971 Evergreen Square 426-3456 41 Shelton I IIII II Thursday, September 2, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5