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September 23, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 23, 1971

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Jday evening for Small University this fall will analysis by an for the small enrolled. J. Piehl of the School have =w feature of the October 5 7. the Office of Conferences, l-To,, coarse behavior, ~,,s, financial for profit, your , Securing and and tax saving revolved are Henry p. ~na L. Felix, William Roller. epart m e n t Presents a previous from senior !n the School may agreeable form a facilitate for both." for nUfacturers, tions. Australian n's afternoon to lumber d in the one of the state in the to the lumber yard here, they were guests for lunch at the Robert Stettedahl home on Hood Canal near Union. Slettedahl is owner of Lumbermen's of Shelton. The Australian's visit here was sponsored by the Western Building Materials Association. The tour of the U.S. was arranged by the Timber and Building Materials Merchants Association of New South Wales, Australia. During their visit, they made stops in Vancouver and Victoria, Canada, Seattle, Bremerton, Shelton and Olympia, Wash.; Portland,and Coos Bay, Ore.; Eureka, San Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif.; Saginaw, Mich.; Chicago, I11.; Cleveland, Ohio; New York City, Washington D.C. and Orlando, Fla. DL'S CORNER This week you can see the pictures of all the 1972 model cars in the paper and next week you can see them at the big Shelton Auto Show downtown with lots of specials too... In the meantime, don't miss out on the bargains being offered this week in Mason County stores. Just a few of them are... At the YARN SHOP where you can get ready for Christmas by starting to sew one of those fabulous calendars; makes a great gift... Check out today all of the brand new Frigidaire models at LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON. Many of them are specially priced too... Looking for a top notch'buy on paneling? Then stop out to NYE COMPANY and let Bill Landgraf help you with your selection on this money saving offer... Bud Pauley, owner of PAULEY MOTORS local Dodge dealer, has been named as the local Chrysler-Plymouth dealer. Bud stated that he will stock both Plymouths and Chryslers as well as the entire line of Dodge ROBERT SLETTEDAHL, owner of Lumbermen's Of Shelton, speaks to a group of Australian lumber men who toured the local firm Monday. automobiles... Clint Harrington, manager of PENNEY'S, has several offers for you this week. Pixy pinups are here again; a big yardage sale; and last but not least, a big end-of-month clearance. Better hurry, as every one of these offers are this week only... The TIMBERS RESTAURANT will be holding an Italian Days special next Friday and Saturday, Oct. I and 2. Don't miss it as all of the food being offered sounds absolutely scrumptious... Ken Chapman, owner of EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER, has lots of goodies this week again, so be sure and always make Evergreen a must on your shopping list... Tie yourself into the newest look at BOB'S SHOE TREE this week. Bob Wotton, owner, has just received the newest shoes from Vitality on the market today. So dash in and take a gander at 'em... then let Bob or Ruth help you select the right size and color... ZIEGLER'S PHOTO CENTER is offering a free 5x7 print this week. Run in today and ask AI McConnell owner all about it... At MILLER'S you'll find the Franciscan Ware Fall Sale in full swing. Now's the time to save for Christmas, wedditags, showers, etc. Franciscan makes a wonderful gift... That's -30- for this week, but remember what Joubert once wrote, "Those who never retract their opinions love themselves more than they love truth". -DL Steve Bostrom Is In Korea Steve Bostrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bostrom, Shelton, is serving in Korea with the Air Force. He will be there for a year. His address is Amn. Steve Bostrom, 537-52-1068 6171 CSS PSC Box 304 APO San Francisco, Calif., 96324. ~. t, )-iii: 1972 Grand Ville. Our most luxurious Wide-Track ever... with a new front bumper that"gives" on minor impact and then returns to position. Prix. to decide ..the the ride. 1972 Luxury LeMans. All the luxury you want without buying more car than you need. 1972 Firebird. Pontiac has taken the rough ride out of the road car. For good. 1972 Ventura The new small Pontiac with the small-car price. They're all at your Pontiac dealer's now. That's what keeps Pontiac a cut above. Don't forget to buckle up f~r safety. Pontiac Motor Division Logging Is ;hut Down All logging operations are suspended for the remainder of the week at Simpson Timber Company's Camps Govey and Grisdale announced Bruce Coombs, logging manager. Suspension is due to extreme dry weather conditions. First aid classes for Camp Govey employees are : scheduled to begin at the Union Hall in Shelton at 7 p.m. tonight. Experienced, Professional Teacher now accepting students! Presenting a well-rounded program of Classical and Casual study. Trained under: Joan Mills, Boston Conservatory of Music; Arthur Tollefson, San Francisco Conservatory of Music; Charles Fulkerson, Humboldt State College, California. Member of California State Music Teachers Assoc. 1713 Laurel Street * Shelton * Ph. 426-6158 ~ ..... iiii MARINE PVT. Norman D. Schimschat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Schimschat of Route 10, Shelton, Wash., was graduated from recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. He attended Mary M. Knight High, Matlock, Wash. AIRMAN ROBERT A. COSTA Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Costa Sr., She!ton, has received his first U. S. Air Force duty assignment after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. The airman has been assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command at Wurtsmith AFB, Mich., for training and duty as a vehicle operator. Airman Costa attended Shelton High School. WHEN THE People contend for their Liberty, they seldom get any thing for their Victory but new Masters. George Savile -- - -, ~__ ~~~ ~ . TESTS SET Electronic hearing tests will be given at Hy-Lond Inn, First and Railroad, Shelton, on Friday, October 1, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, by Mr. Roy Pearson, Beltone Consultant. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to come in for a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular degree of hearing loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will be available. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if he has any trouble at all hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or those who have been told an aid won't help should have a hearing test and find out about the very latest hearing aids. The free tests will be held at Hy-Lond Inn, Shelton, on Friday, October 1, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. If you can't get there on that day, call or write HEARING AIDS 418 S. Washington Olympia, Dial 943-9650 MIXED 1 FULL POUND REGULAR $1.29 NOW 7 OUNCE SIZE $2.30 VALUE NOW $1.29 TOTAL VALUE $1.09 SIZE WITH 69 ROLL OF SCOTCH HAIR SETTING TAPE NOW NEW KIT KODAK INSTAMATIC" X-15 with handy wrist strap.., the camera that takes flash pictures without flash batteries. CX126-12 KODACOLOR Film Car- tridge - Attractive camera pouch case SMILE SAVER Pocket Picture Album 3 SYLVANIA Blue Dot Magicubes which take 12 flash pictures GET ALL THIS AT A SPECIAL SAVINGS! IT'S NEW! IT'S FUN! IT'S COMPLETE! BUY N' SAVE NOW LIMITED TIME ONLY! REGULARLY $24.95 NOW I I I EVERGREEN SQUARE 426-3456 Thursday, September 23, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5