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m dealing with rights, with fishing rights, :esented tonight 7:30 p.m. in the on St. Martin's I at Lacey. Will feature the of the film, Rivers Run. The documentary, the Survival of Association, Jr., author of Sins and We also will appear. Rock Sioux, is affairs and a of the National Indians. He e!uring in the Studies at State antz, a Seattle on Indian discuss some of of the fishing POrtion of the film North narrated by Will introduce the Program several a group of 12 by Bruce Carter will be displayed at the Abbey Theater Thursday night. Joyce Cheeka, an American Indian and Olympia resident, will exhibit beadwork. Mrs. Cheeka is known in the Olympia area for her bead and shell work, for her knowledge of old and unusual beads, and of local Indian history. Another display, featuring current literature by and about North American Indians has been arranged. There will be no admission charge for the event but donations to help defray expenses will be accepted. Should the donations exceed expenses, the remainder will go to Survival of American Indians Association, and to a fund to help establish a speakers bureau. Beads will also be accepted as donations. They will be given to a beading class, such as the class held in Yelm for the Indian Mothers Club. The program is sponsored by the Thurston County Urban League Committee, the Evergreen State College and St. Martin's College. Corps Gets Request For BIJ Application has been received by the Seattle U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Seattle, for Department of the Army permit for certain work in Hood Canal at Hoodsport. The proposed work includes repair and preservation of existing concrete bulkhead to prevent erosion. The applicant advises that the existing bulkhead and fill was completed in June 1971. Interested parties are requested to submit, in writing, any comments or objections that they may have to the proposed work. The decision as to whether a permit will be issued will be based on an evaluation of the impact of the proposed work on the public interest. Factors affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, water quality, economics, conservation, aesthetics, recreation, water supply, flood damage prevention, ecosystems, and, in general, the needs and welfare of the people. Comments on these factors will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would be in the best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this notice should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps office not later than Oct. 1 8 to insure consideration. are now on display! Too Late to Classify FOR SALE large GE refrigerator, 50 lb. frozen food, excellent condition, $95. 618 Fairmont after 3 p.m. C9/23 Coffee & Doughnuts HOSPITAL BED and mattress for sale $75. Call 426-8119. C9/23 BY OWNER --vacation level lot, near Brinnon, $950.00. Phone 426-4772. M9/23-30 1961 MUSTANG chopper, 350cc, $300.00 sale or trade for ??? See at 619 Fairmont. C9/23 GOOD INVESTMENT --three bedroom home, 2 lots, Capitol Hill. Call 426-3103 or 426-1093. D9/23 1948 DODGE 1/z ton pickup. Radio, heater, clean dependable transportation. Call 426-4140 after 5 p.m. G9/23 And Mt. View at Kneeland Center 426-8231 ONE CLARINET, Selmer, B flat. Also Olds Cornet, good condition. $50.00 each. Phone 426-4566. A9/23tfn Junior Williamson Dies In Hospital Junior E. Williamson, 628 Turner, died last Thursday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 48 years. He was born April 2, 1923 in Grannis, Ark. He had resided in Shelton for the past three years and was employed by Simpson Timber Co. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the First Baptist Church. Mr. Williamson is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lydia Williamson of Shelton; two daughters, Mrs. Cecelia Lyon of Idanha, Ore. and Miss Diana Williamson of the family home; three brothers, Lynn and Winston of Idanha and Dale of Grannis; two sisters, Mrs. Birdie Cole, Grannis, and Mrs. Hilda Shelton of Dallas, Texas; and his father, John Williamson of Grannis. A funeral was held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Baptist Church in Hatton, Ark. with burial in Weatherspoon Cemetery. Clyde E. Wells Taken By Death Clyde E. Wells, 86, died Friday in the Kenney Presbyterian Retirement Home in Seattle. Mr. Wells was born October 9, 1884 in Nebraska City, Neb. He was a 1907 graduate of the University of Washington, coming to Shelton in 1913 and living in this area until moving to Seattle a year and a half ago. He was married in 1913 to Elizabeth Lindsay and in 1915 moved to Little Skookum Bay. He was employed by the School District from 1930 to 1957. Surviving him are two daughters, Mrs. Iris Van Ackerin and Mrs. Betty L. Bowen, both of Seattle; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. A service was held at 1 p.m. Monday in Batstone Funeral Home with Pastor Roland Huber officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Grange Booster Night Is Set The county-wide Grange Booster Night is planned for 8 p.m. Friday at the Fairgrounds. Speaker ,for the program will i be Paul Holmes, Director of Agriculture, Radio and Research for the State Grange. The meeting is open to the public and anyone interested in the Grange program is welcome to attend A potluck lunch will be served after the meeting. Clinton Coselman Dies In Seattle Clinton B. Coselman of Seattle, 83, died September 15 in Swedish Hospital, Seattle. He was born June 10, 1888, in Fayette, Iowa, and in the 1940's opened a lumber mill in Shelton. He was the developer of Paradise Estates at Mason Lake and the Arcadia Estates on Binns-Swiger Road. Mr. Coselman was a veteran of World War I and the organizer of Magnolia Post of the American Legion during World War II at which time he was a sheep rancher in Mason County. He held the diamond pin as a 50-year member of the Masons. Survivors include his wife, Edna, of Seattle; three brothers, Verne L. Coselman, Shelton, Harley of Everett and Claude of Sedro Woolley; and two sisters, Mrs. Alta Johnstone of Seattle and Mrs. Albert Cawrse of Long Beach, Cal. Mr. Cosetman laid in state in the Bleitz Funeral Home. No funeral was held, and cremation occured on Monday. Remembrances were made to Washington State Heart Association and to Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle. Leona Alexander Dies On Tuesday Mrs. Leona L. Alexander, 706 Cascade, died Tuesday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 67 years. Born in Annamosa, Iowa on Dec. 13, 1903, she had resided in this area for six years. She was a member of the Christian Science Church and of the Southside Grange. Surviving her are two sons, Gerald E. Grimm, Portland, Ore. and Donald Grimm of Shelton; two daughters, Mrs. Lois Albrecht of Shelton and Betty Livingston of Omaha, Neb.; seven grandchildren; 1 1 great-grandchildren; six brothers, Earl and Kenneth Minor of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Lewis Minor, Pennsylvania, Fred Minor of Shenandoah, Iowa, Marion Minor of Nevada and Clair Minor of Seattle; and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Thordson, Council Bluffs. A service will be held at 1 p.m. today in Batstone Funeral Home. Mary Ninnis will be Reader, and burial will be in Washington Memorial Park, Seattle, at 3:30 p.m. THERE IS no such thing as a little country. The greatness of a people is no more determined by their number than the greatness of a man is determined by his height. Victor Hugo Yd. SO for sportswear Interesting nany colors. 3e. Truly professional portraits. Select from several poses. Large 5 x 7" size photo... 1.49 each Set of 4 wallet size ...... 1.49 set Two children photographed together... 2.98. A Penney exclusive! Full color portraits in a size suitable for framing... perfect for gifts. All portraits delivered to you at our store by Penney associates. Age limit: 12 years. Values are here every day. baily to 5:30 p.m. Fri. til 8:30 p.m. Tues. Thru Sat. Photographer Hours 9:30 to 1 p.m. & 2 to 5:30 p.m. each day. Clara Eastwood Succumbs at 83 Miss Clara Eastwood of Union died Monday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center. She was 83 years old, and was born Oct. 3, 1887 in Marmara, Ont. She had resided in this area since 1938. Miss Eastwood was the original owner and operator of Alderbrook Inn. She was a member of St. David's Episcopal Church and of St. David's Guild. She was a charter member of the Seattle Soroptimist Club and a member of PEO. Surviving her is a brother, Fred Eastwood, of Ontario. Cremation will follow a service in St. David's"Episcopal Church at 10 a.m. today. Father Donald Maddux will officiate. In lieu of flowers it is requested that donations be made to St. David's Memorial Fund. John L. Wells Dies In Reno John L. Wells of South Tahoe, Cal. died in a RenD, Nev. hospital on September 15. He was born July 20, 1916 in Seattle, and for most of his life was a resident of Shelton. He was a 1934 graduate of Irene S. Reed High School. At the time of his death, Mr. Wells was employed by the Greyhound Transportation Co. Surviving him are his wife, Meriam, of the home; two sons, Tom of Sacramento, Cal. and Ken of South Tahoe, Cal.; one granddaughter; and two sisters, Mrs. Betty L. Bowen and Mrs. Iris Van Ackerin, both of Seattle. A funeral was held on Saturday in St. Mary's Cathedral in Sacramento, with burial in a Sacramento cemetery. Frederick Stafford and DanY Robin in the Suspense Drama are a, / k Shirts, Reg. 3.98 Reg. 4.98 Penn-Presffto never need ironing. Just machine wash, tumble dry. Soil Release finish aids in the removal of most stains. Plied yarn Oxhide~> cloth of polyester/cotton. Colors: Charcoal and Olive Green. // rance 130 only Men's Shirt Originally 1.50 ........ Now 36 only Men's Pants Originally 5/7.98 ....... Now 20 only Women's Shorts ................... Now 1 0 only Women's Shorts .................... Now 9 only Women's Nylon Jackets Originally 3.88 ......... Now 6 only Women's Rain Coats Originally 14/17.88 ..... Now 3 only Women's Rain Coats Originally $20.00 ....... Now 6 only Women's Knit Tops Originally $2.88 ......... Now 16 only Women's 2-PC. Pant Set Originally $9.00 ......... Now I only Women's Swim Suit Originally $8.99 ......... Now 7 only Women's Slacks Originally $2.88 ......... Now 00 24 only Boys' Sweaters Originally 4/$5.98 ........ Now 1 5 only Gids' Swim Suits Originally 1/$2.00 ....... Now 1 1 only Girls' Shorts Originally 88 .......... Now 6 only Girls' 2-PC. Sets Originally 1/$2.88. Now 41 only Girls' rKjhts Originally $1.99 ......... Now 24 only Gids' Panti Hose Originally $1.09 ......... Now 20 only Toddlers' Pajamas Originally $1.33 ......... Now 18 only Infant Pant/Top Set Originally $4.00 ......... Now 60 only Infants' Pants & Top Originally 2/$3.79 ....... Now 38 only Gids' Sweaters Orig. $2.59/$5.00. Now to 12 only Gids' Skirts Originally $2.59/$3.00 .... Now The values are here every day. Shop daily 9:30 - 5:30 Fridays 9 .30 - 8:30 p.m. Thursday, September 23, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3