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September 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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inner Is ule The Mary M. will serve its to the public this from 6 to 8 p.m. Wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. at their home Park. Their e Mr. and Mrs. were host and With their three Clovis and lany friends and Club met last at the Grange Rossmaier of officers for was held. Lottie president; Nellie t and secretary- Club met at the Saturday night Elvin Hearing High score went Sue Barnes; and Pat ipates Officer Second son of Mr. J. Archer, Clpating in 3-71" warfare Ticonderoga a readiness and the First Fleet, than 20,000 serving in 23 aircraft td a Marine Stuk and low score to Edward Valley and Opal Asche. The next meeting will be Oct. 9 with Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford host and hostess. Mrs. Betty Fellows of Seattle was a Wednesday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. McLeod of Seattle were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Jr. of Seattle spent Saturday at their farm here. They left by plane Monday for Denmark and other European Countries for a month's tour. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson of Port Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin took in the Puyallup Fair Friday. The Andersons were then overnight guests of the Helins. There are two neighbors ill and in Mason General Hospital. They are Don Hansen and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Two Matlock Grange members are seriously ill. They are Les Bozarth, who is in Mason General Hospital and Clifford Combs who is in a Port Angeles Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Legacey and daughter Diane and Milton Valley of Tacoma were Sunday evening supper guests at the Edward Valley home. Edward Valley, Darl and Bob Goldy and Jake Goldy returned Saturday from Canada where they had no luck moose hunting this year. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford returned last week from a two week camping tour. They went to Rock Creek, Canada and visited Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie and family and also visited the Charles Welch family at Tonaskey. They then toured parts of eastern Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Dove of Olympia were guests at the I. C. Ford home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford spent Tuesday at South Bend at the LeRoy Booth home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker spent the weekend with the Larry Walkers of Tacoma and the formers folks Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Walker of Federal Way. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash spent Thursday in Seattle and then went to Alderwood Manor where they were overnight guests of their daughter and family, the Dave Chamblins. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and family of Humptulips spent the weekend at the Archie Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tupper of Lake Nahwatzel were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Dick Tupper home to celebrate Alan's birthday. Saturday drop-in callers at the Dick Tupper home were John Tupper and Dale Wilson of Aberdeen, and Mr. and Mrs. William Atwood of Schafers Game farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Susan, Stanley and Carl Goodburn attended a birthday dinner for Dorrie Ray Rossmaier at the Gene Rossmaier home in Olympia Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams of Matlock Grange attended Booster night at the Fair Grounds on Friday evening. Most sizes now in stock for immediate delivery. Sears a"" Credit Plan to ~Suit Your Needs. Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Back 24-HOUR PHONE SQUARE SHELTON Presents the 1972 *GMC TRUCKS * AMERICAN MOTORS D m Auto q pw - Sat., Oct. 2 See these and more at 233 S. 1st. ALL SALE GOOD THRU SEPT. 30 MEN'S Reg. $4.99 ,? Men's genuine blue dungarees of 100% cotton denim, the only way to go for comfort and casual wearing. Two front, .pocket styling, all flare leg with 4 button front. FOR A LARGE SELECTION OF SHORT AND LONG SLEEVE STYLES . . . Long Sleeve Style Reg. $5.95 OR FOR Short Sleeve Style Reg. $4.95 88 OR FOR GREAT LOOKING STYLES FOR FALL COMPARES TO $90 Smooth, wrinkle tree and remarkably low priced .... what more could you ask for in a great looking suit! All wool blends in a great collection of 2 pant styles. Select from a host of cotors in the popular 2-button side vent styling. Sizes 3646 in shorts, regulars and longs. The easy-ons for active days. Short sleeve styles in solids with Hands Off trim and the new Wallace Berry striped button front. Great selection, cotton and polyester, sizes 6-18. Reg. $4.99 Z88 FOR Big savings are here again on our famous lean, western jeans, all perma-press of 50% polyester and 50% cotton. Ci oose from belt loop flares in regular styling or the popular new 4-patch pocket model. Reg. $3.59 BOYS' 4-7 BOYS' 4-7 KNIT SltlRTS Knit shirts of 100% acrylic, 4 styles to choose from in cartoon prints. Sizes 4-7. Reg. $1.99 FOR FLARE JEANS Little boys striped flare jeans, all perma press 50% polyester and 50% cotton. Save now! Reg. $2.98 MEN'S SKI GLOVES Savings are big on men's vinyl 100% nylon cuffed ski gloves with a warm 100% rayon lining. Elastic top keeps snow and cold air out. Sizes M-L in black only. Reg. $3.49 BOYS' SKI GLOVES For winter snow frolicking keep his hands warm and dry with a pair of our youth-stretch vinyl gloves with 100% rayon lining. One size fits 14-15 yrs. Reg. $1.99 MEN'S DRESS GLOVES The look of style, our genuine leather glove, all lined with rabbit fur and 100% rayon pile for warmth and comfort. Sizes S-M*L in black only. Reg. $5.95 WAIST SIZES ONLY 30 TO 34. DOUBLE KNIT Reg. $20 TO ON MEN'S COAT BOLD WOOL PLAID FUR COLLARS. REG. 38.00 MEN'S LINED REG. 32.00 COME IN AND SEE OUR LEATHER COATS, FOR SPORT OR DRESS, ALL REDUCED! 7 STYLES FROM $50.00 CASUAL FLARE STA-PR ESS 2 PR. FOR REG. TO $12 SPORTSHIRTS STA--PRESS Reg. $5 Shaped for today's life style of skiing, so versatile.., takes the weather in stride! All qvlon water repellent shell with rayon acrylic pile lining. Convenient zipper pockets with zip front. Choose from belted styles with, hidden hood. Reg. $20 SAL LINED Tt is is the coat that will help you defy any type of cold weather. All 100% cotton corduroy with snug soft lining of 50% acrylic and 50% rayon pile sherpa. Come in now and select yours while the selection lasts. Boys' Sizes 6-20 Reg. $12.95 Men's Sizes S-M-L-XL Reg. $14.95 FOR MEN AND WOMEN Rare savings on fal[totJs Skyway quality lugg,Jge! Lightweight magnesium frames plus scuff and slain resistm t exteriors that wipe clean with a damp cloth. Ex clusiw.~ recessed locks won't snap open. Ladies in dresden, ivy, tangerine or ('oral. Men's in olive, or angus. Ladies Tote Bag, Reg. $22.50... Ladies 21" Carryon, Reg. $36.50 Ladies 26" Pullman, Reg. $52.50 Men's Carryon, Reg. $44.50 .... Men's 2-Suiter, Reg. $57.50 .... I Thursday, September 30, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 21