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September 9, 1971

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BOVE is the new interior of Lloyd's Men's & re, wh ich recently underwent extensive Store, under the management of Lloyd bean ~erved.pen house this Friday and Saturday. supplements its nationwide PLANT marketing with industrial and Company flush doors at its Multnomah of Plant in Portland. tzation ofits Leland noted that the door phmt at extensive machine equipment and the long experience of skilled ad, productioncraftsmen in McCleary enable ad and panel Simpson to produce doors of all ndling is to specifications, including a full line g all of artistically carved residential Sorting shed, doors. eking and The combined Simpson door alPment and and plywood operation provides foot lumber jobs for 400 people in the steps in the McCIcary-Elma area, with a follow soon payroll exceeding $4,000,000 se is COmpleted, annually. been a leading center in the ice 1912. Its -'ary, so!d his m 1941, and tile Cam bined Operation as a center in the tire Sustained PrOdUces stile and at 191CCleary and Art Show Due Former Shelton resident Ruby Bushnell Mercer, artist-instructor, and two of her students, Sigrid Halver and Lcnora Bushnell Long, will be- fealurcd in a three-woman exhibit to open in the Port Townsend Art (;allery at 1 p.m. Sunday. SUpplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only REGULARLY 98 NOW R,._ 100's. cL~ULARLY $1.98 NOW NOW FAMILY SIZE TOOTH PAIIT! DESIGNS NOW I~UID $1.98 NOW ii 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and :30 to 6 p.m. Saturday nklin 426-3327 Long-Time Nurse Dies Mrs. L. Harriet (Habie) Campeau, 58, a long-time nurse in the Shelton area, died Friday at Mason General ttospital. Mrs. Campeau made her home at 5 1 9 Arcadia St. and was employed as a nurse at the time of her death. She was born in Waterville, Aug. 31, 1913. She attended Central Washington Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing in Wenatchee from 1930 to her graduation in 1934. She started work at Shelton General Hospital in 1936, and with the exception of two years spent in Tacoma, had been with the hospital here since that time. Mrs. Campeau served as Bessie Rooney, 99, Dies In Hospital Washington's motorists drove through the summer vacation in near record fashion, raising hopes the state's 1971 highway death toll will approach a new low. During the month of August, 7 1 persons died on state roadways, bringing the year's number of traffic deaths to 561. A year ago the eight-month traffic toll registered 585. The summer months of 1971 saw the fewest killed of any June through August period of the past five years Clifford E. Aden, director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, stated that during Bessie Rooney, 99, of 624 Cedar. Apt. 10, died Monday in Mason General Hospital. She was born in Whitehaven. Cumberland, England on January 27, 1872. She had been a resident of this area since t935, and was a member of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Rooney is survived by a son, John Rooney. of Kellogg, Idaho; a daughter, Mrs. John B. (Josephine) Cote. Shelton: two grandsons: two grand-daughters: and nine great-grandchildren. A service will be held in Batstone Funeral Home at 2 p.m. today with the Rev. James kuckman officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. surgical nurse, obstetrical nurse August the annual number of and as supervisor of the deaths fell below the three-year emergency room and central average for the first time this August C. Johnson supply departments at the year. The average number of hospital during her career here. deaths for the eight-month period So ccu mbsat 90 She was a member of the the past three years was 5(>5. United Methodist Church. She is survived by one son, Steven Campeau, in the U.S. Marine Corps at E1 Tore, Calif. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Lewis Wysong officiating. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Sets Rally A special back to Sunday School Rally is being planned for this Sunday in the Shelton Foursquare Church at 9:45 a.m. There will be special singing and "Despite the obvious improvement in our record, we still are killing far too many people through careless use of motor vehicles. [!very death last month resulted from a violation of traffic laws. Each of us must realize that traffic laws are designed for protection, not to hinder our progress. It is most unfortunate that some unconcerned motorists will risk death, just to save a few minutes time." Failure to yield right-of way by either drivers or pedestrians and exceeding safe or legal speeds headed the list of death dealing violations last month. Preliminary reports indicate twenty-four August C. Johnson, 216 So. 4th St., died Saturday in Evergreen Convalescent Center, Lacey tle was 90 years old. Mr. Johnson was born Feb. 2. 1881 in Mendiceno County, Cal., and had lived in this area since 1942. tte was a retired truck driver and a member of the Agate (;range. He attended the Catholic Church. Survivors include his wile, Pauline, of the home and a son, Roy, of Shelton. Father Gabriel officiated at a graveside service held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Shelton Memorial Park. special features for the children, persons died as a result of Frances Magruder There will be gifts for all right-of-way infractions. Speeding attending. A time of worship will begin at 11 a.m. and an evangelistic service will be held at 7 p.m. with special music and lots of congregational singing. Youth meetings are held at 6 p.m. Wednesday is all day of prayer at the church. A woman's prayer meeting begins at 10 a.m. Bible study and prayer meeting again in a united effort at 7 p.m. on Wednesday evening. Pastor Lewis Wyson~ invites anyone to any and/or all these services which are designed to meet the needs of those attending. claimed 16 lives, while crossing the center line led to 9 deaths. Driving while under the influence was cited as a cause of six fatalities. "Undoubtedly, alcohol played a role in the other death-producing violations,'" Aden said. Young people between the ages of 15 and 24 were the major August traffic victims. Of the 71 killed. 32 were in this age range. Twenty-nine were between 25 and 44. Four toddlers under age five died as pedestrians and four bicyclists between ages 7 and 9 were fatally injured. Less than one-half of those killed (33) were drivers ,,~__---~--____.. Passengers accounted for 22 dead; pedestrains, 11 ; and bike riders, 4. te "' Publimtions Position in a car was undetermined in one crash. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk-Treasurer, City Hall, Shelton, Washington, until 11:00 A.M. on Monday, September 20, 1971, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud for: L.I.D. No. 23 -- 1971 Street Paving Program. The major items of construction are: 1300 C.Y. Common Excavation, 800 C.Y. Ballast, 1460 C.Y. Crushed Surfacing, 2135 Ton Asphalt Concrete Class B, 635 L.F. 8" Culvert Pipe and other such work as required to complete the project. Work shall commence within (10) days after award of the ' ;- 7. Too Late to Classify COFFEE AND bargains in this garage, 1 703 Adams. Saddle, camp0ng gear, boat, refrigerator, kitchen items. 426-8074 or 426-1858, Friday, Saturday 12-9 p.m. H9/9 FOR SALE -- 1970 Pete truck, with Pearless trailer, 335 Cumminqs Excellent condition, ca I after 6 p.m., Union, 898-2870. M9/9tfn FOR RENT -- two bedroom contract and be completed within mobile home, 80 acres with mile thirty (30) working days. riverfront near Matlock, phone All proposals must be made 1-532-5672. S9/9tfn on the regular blank forms ~--- furnished and must be GARAGE AND rummage sale. accompanied by cash, certified Some new, some like new. check, or bid bond, in the amount equal to five per cent (5%) of the total bid. Such accompanying certification will be returned to all unsuccessful bidders upon the completion of the award of the contract or the rejection of the bids. The bid bond shall be made payable to the City Treasurer, City of Shelton, Washington. The City of Shelton reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive all informalities. Sealed envelopes .cntaining the bids shall be marked, L.I.D. No. 23 Street Paving. Contractual documents may be obtained at the office of the City Clerk-Treasurer, City Hall, Thursday and Friday, 8:00 a.m. On Capitol Hill, 350 Oak St. C9/9 OUTBOARD MOTOR, 7 H.P. Sears model only used 3 times, $150. Call after 9 p.m. 426-1892. $9/9 PASTURE FOR rent, cattle only. Call 426-8615 evenings or weekend. T9/9-30 RENT -- FURNISHED, 1 bedroom ~,ouse, 3 miles north of Hoodsport. $105. Green Tree Realty, 877-5272. G9/9 FOR RENT -- 2 bdr. trailer with cabana washer, dryer. Water paid, Shelton, Washington for a deposit 426-4329. $9/9 of $5.00. The dep.osit Will be ...................... refunded, tor .aal contractual 1951 CHEVROLET pickup for documents returned in good sale. Make offer, phone a26-~ ]96 order. Mc9/9-16 Dated at Shelton, Washington ths 3rd daYFofJeptember1971. MUST SELL -- two bedroom CITY O S ELTON home, two lots, just outside city Helen W. Stodden limits, $5,500. Call 426-4772. Clerk-Treasurer 9/9-16-2t M9/9-30. Taken By Death Mrs. Frances E. Magruder, 60, of Rt. 2, Box 217, Shelton, died last Thursday in Madigan General ttospital. Born June 7, 1911 in New York City, she was a World War II veteran of the Women's Army Corps. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star and of Amaranth, and at the time of her death was president of the VFW auxiliary. She had resided in this area for 15 years and is survived by her husband, Sam, of the home; a brother, Leonard Chersky of Closter, N.J.; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Darbie ofthe Bronx, N.Y., and Mrs. Sylvia Kurtzer of North Miami Beach, Fla. Rabbi Richard Rosenthal Officiated at a Memorial Service held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 1 a.m. Tuesday. Singers To Be At Church The Western Gospelers from Everett will provide special music at the Shelton Assembly of God Church Sunday. They will appear at a Sunday School Rally in connection with the morning worship service. There will be a potluck dinner following the service. 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. ONLY 426-4522 Use Your Bank Card Open Daily 8:30- 5:30 nl The Mason Cotinty Juvenile Probation Office handled 56 cases during the month of August, Probation Officer Gary Wood reported this week. These included 46 delinquency cases and 10 dependency cases. The delinquency cases included four for thefts, 10 for liquor violations, five for drug violations, three for curfew violalions, one for malicious mischief, four for vacation of orders and 19 for other reasons. Disposition included informal adjustment in 2~, cases. termination of wardship in twofour, two marriage waivers, eight cases, tworemanded to adult remanded to the county of court, twoplaced on informalresidence, one dismissed and one supervision, three placed on in which another disposition was official probation, one placed in a made. foster home, orders vacated for l I] Classical Piano Lessons -- Also Chord Progressions Chord Construction and Analysis- Piano Improvising and Arranging Phone 426-4189 MRS. JACK C. OSBORNE Phone 426-4189 after 5:00 p.m. WASHERS AS LOW AS ELECTRIC DRYERS AS LOW AS WT 426-4702 Quality Furniture since 1936 4th and Coto Free Parking Convenient Terms. Use Your Bankcard Free Delivery I Latest Modern Style MAGNUSON Sofas Choose from * NINE FABRICS & VINYLS * 26 DIFFERENT COLORS Regularly $360.00 100% VECTRA@ Cover, heavy 6'" foam cushions, hardwood frame glued and doweled, tempered springs, custom fitted arm covers, a full-sized 92" long. Convenient Terms Free Parking Free Delivery Quality Furniture since 1936 4th & CoLa i-ht ;".;day, September 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5