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September 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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At PUD of Shelton's J. C. Penney store were last week. Pictured with local Penney are, left to right: Pauline B. Moore, I. Cox, 5-year award, and Pearl B. aWard. at the J. C. have been Service to the a new Service the company is to associates Passed certain are being levels of 5, 15 SerVice completed 971. were given to select an available at kll awards bear either one or or five ends, each stone Years of service. selected to of Founder in the Practicing the Harrington, award for 1 5 announced that from his 15 year 15 year Cox, 5 year Office of today hal information availability of in the nection with applies to "Price Lists" states: "In order to facilitate access to price records of sellers, the seller must maintain and have available, a list of his ceiling prices for inspection by the customer. If the customer questions the ceiling price he can ask the seller to produce his supporting records. If the seller is unwilling to produce these records, the customer should provide evidence of the alleged violation to the local office of the Internal Revenue Service and file a complaint. The. Internal Revenue Service will then investigate the complaint." "Public inspection refers to any member of the public" Mr. Tooley said. DL'S CORNER ..... The 1972 Mercury, Ford, Oldsmobile, Chevrolet, Pontiac, American Motors automobiles and G.M.C. trucks will be displayed at the Shelton Auto Show this Saturday on both 3rd and 4th streets between l~a{i{oad and CoLa... in addition to the dispia3; of new cars and prices, you'll find lots of goodies inside participating stores too, and many of these items are especially priced for this event... Participating merchants are: Olsen Furniture, Pauley Motors, Mall Chev-Olds, Wards, Nell's Pharmacy, Miller's, Evergreen Drug Center, Western Auto, Coast-to-Coast, Sprouse-Reitz, Jim Pauley's, Money Saver, Sears, Hamlin's, Bob's Shoe Tree and Shelton Motors... A big fall sale is now in progress at B & R SALES and many top quality items are being featured at even lower than the usual low B & R price. Jerry Watilo, manager, wants you to feel welcome to come in and browse so you can find what will go just right in your home... Walt Rybacki, owner of TED'S STEAK HOUSE, has slashed the price on breakfast. Just run in and ask for the breakfast special. We're sure Walt will be glad and proud to serve it... Want to have a photo of your school age children? If so, let DEAN'S STUDIO do it this Friday and Saturday and you'll capture one of those great moments... A portrait of Dr. Harry W. Deegan, retired Shelton dentist, was hung in the PUD 3 auditorium this week in recognition of his efforts in getting the law passed which allowed Public Utility Districts to be formed. Dr. Deegan said when the PUD law was going up for a vote, private power interests distributed a large amount of literature in Mason County opposing it. He said he discovered what had happened in the evening, and, by working the rest of the night and into the next day, was able to get information printed which answered the private power charges. Dr. Deegan said the measure passed in Mason County by 2,300 votes. Don't miss the paint close out at LUMBERMEN S OF Horseback SHELTON. Manager Larry Knutzen is closing out Johnson's Shake Life and as a result he has cut the price way back in order to move it out... This weekend is Italian Day at the TIMBERS RESTAURANT so be sure and call for your reservation now... Planning to work on your car this weekend? If so better check out CUT RATE AUTO PARTS ad in this week's Journal as you can save on many things,.., even more than normal... Understand from Minor Williams, owner of MINOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN, that the A&W Corporation has purchased the "burger family" at all of their locations. In honor of that fact, Minor is featuring a member of that family in a "Papa Burger Special" that includes golden french fries and cole slaw. Better hurry in for this scrumptious tidbit that is a meal in itself... Lots of good driving weather left, so if you need tires don't put off buying 'am, just take advantage of the specials being offered this weekend at SHAUB-ELLISON... A terrifically low price is now being offered on anti-freeze at OLYMPIC PAINTS. Don't miss it as this stock is going fast... That's -30- for this week, but remember what Carter Glass said way back in 1938, "A liberal is a man, who is willing to spend somebody else's money." -DL Ride Set A poker ride for horseback riders has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Sunday starting from the Silver Stars Arena at the Mason County Fair Grounds. The ride is sponsored by the Silver Stars Riding Club. It will last about two to three hours. All horseback riders are welcome to participate. Timber Sale The Schumacher Creek Sanitation sale is among those scheduled for October by the Department of Natural Resources. The sale, located about I0 miles northeast of Shelton includes 340,000 board feet and is appraised at $10,030. It will be sold Oct. 18 at the Shelton District Office of the Department of Natural Resources. Smokey Says: DO YOUR PART- PREVENT BREAKFAST SPECIAL Daily, Monday thru Friday Served until 9 a.m. ONLY Open Daily: 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone 426-1 861 Located on Olympic Hwy. N. at Kneeland Center Creath A. Office reparedness, conducive to must be kept Chain stores records for said Cost guidance, as g tests will Inn, First lelton, on from 10 Mr. Roy Is trouble nding is a test electronic his or of hearing OWing how of the Will be lid have a Once a year ~ble at all n People aid or told an have a out about aids. be held on 10 If you day, call 943-9650 PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE & SUMMER COOLANT Famous Brand guaranteed all year-all weather protection ..................... GAL. by Tone 'N Tique. Reg. $5.45 ................... NOW ONE GALLON ANTI-FREEZE FREE with purchase of 4-gallons of paint! ..................... GAL. 7O .LATEX ENAMEL Rag. S7.00 ............... GAL. EXTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX ........ 79 WINDSHIELDS NOW AVAILABLE AT TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTSl PAINTS , MANUFACTURING, INC. Complete with mattress 95 Western Hardwood in Colonial Styling ARMSTRONG Sq. Yd. Limited Supply NO WAX VINYL By Armstrong Sq. Yd. Installed -- Limited Supply Ill VINYL ROLL ENDS $8.00 Value Sq. Yd. $4.99 SQ. YD. Rubber Back Nylon (Red, Green and Blue) $6.99 Sq. Yd. Installed One Only from 00 Large Selection of Vinyl and Fabric Rocking Recliners also Jll I SPRING AIR "Century" 95 Both Pieces Twin or Full Size SPECIAL Reg. $249.95 SPECIAL 95" King Davenport i 5' Love Seat! and both in this basically traditional design BOTH ONLY "GEORGETOWN" Davenport by Fashioncraft This is a quality Early American Davenport in the Finest Tradition. ONLY Spring Air Queens Special "Century" Queen Sized SPRING & MATTRESS 95 Per Set Spring Air "Restlane'" F.H.A. Approved 100% NYLON CARPET 5O Sq. Yd. Installed w/foam Pad Luxurious 2-Tone & Solid Colors Sq. Yd. Installed w/foam pad Both Pieces Reg. $ I Retail $189.90 95 Reg. $ d Retail $289.90 ,s CHAIR "- Sl39's Retail $181.90 "J" & Olympic Hwy. N.-Shelton-426-3264 Thursday, September 30, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5