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October 14, 1971

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nip of fall is sure in days with leaves and football the tgenda over the and lets not neglect which starts needn't a license to Values in Shelton Just wander are waiting your a glance at ltoei~Ry is now management of with 20th Brad is quite Widest variety of so stop in this week, sale prices Wide sale.., and ton has lots ale tags on 'em. "old" "remedies is on special this DRUG Ken Chapman Pleases his prices.., and Ken has. From items.., all of FURNITURE, is presenting the COlor TV's. All ~anges. Looking enith? Rod can :h that, so make tour include always at Olsen the time cards for And one of the them is NEIL'S Owner Neil of cards none, drop in out in the cold SEARS special can save up to washer won't last knife that of time in the erber Hunting Owner aany styles to any work, so' .go hunting, ' Don't' efOre you go on Stop in at MINOR'S A&W DRIVE-IN and grab a basket of golden heavenly fried chicken. This scrumptious meal will make any man with the appetite of a bear growl with delight... Bob Wotton, owner of BOB'S SHOE TREE, says to stop messing around with boots that leak and fall apart. Get the new waterproof Wolverine's and stay dry... Now's the time to winterize your home with a storm & screen combination door from LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON. Manager Larry Knutzen also has a good selection of insulation, weather stripping and many other items to make your home more comfortable this winter... Martin Felix, operator of HOMEWOOD NURSERY, says it's time to plant for next spring's flowers. He also has many specials to save you money too, so stop in at 117 E. "C" Street soon... A groovy pump sale is in full swing at MILLER'S SHOE SALON, but you better hurry. Manager Kirk Criner says these shoes are moving out fast... Art Mell, owner of MELL CHEV-OLDS, has some tremendous close out prices on left over '71's. Get a move on though as there aren't many left... A moving sale is the going thing at KAY'S DRAPERIES. Owner Kay Gott has slashed prices on much of the store's fabric display to move into the new quarters at the old liquor store location. She is planning on a grand opening sometime in the near future... Dick Schnely, new owner of WERBERGER WINERIES is holding a special U-pick session starting this Saturday. He stated that there are plenty of grapes for everyone, he only asks everyone to bring his or her own clippers and containers... for everyone, he only asks everyone to bring his or her own clippers and containers... That's -30- for this week but remember what Wendell Phillips once wrote, "Governments exist to protect the rights of minorities. The loved and the rich need no protection, - they have many friends and few enemies." -DL ABILITY: THE art of getting credit for all the home runs that somebody else hits. Casey Stengel Savage To Attend Meeting State Rep. 'Charles Savage, Shelton, Chairman of the Legislature's Joint Committee on Nuclear Energy has been selected to represent the membership of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in the Atomic Industrial Forum Annual Conference to be held in Bal Harbour, Fla. next week beginning Sunday. Savage said, his legislative efforts and cooperation with other elected public officials like the P.U.D. Commissioners of Mason and Clallam Counties and the Washington Public Power Supply System, in planning and working toward developing sufficient electric energy to provide for the future needs of the people of the 24th District and the State of Washington is what lead to his being elected to the Chairmanship of the Joint Committee on Nuclear Energy and eventually as the delegate to represent the Washington State Legislature in the Atomic Industrial Forum Conference. We as a society, Savage said, are obligated to fully and safely develope this great new energy because without it we could use up all of the gas, oil and coal of the entire world in less than one hundred years and leave our future generations stranded. Woman Golfers Turning Out Shelton Women's Golf Club is still turning out in force every Tuesday morning, even though fall is here. On September 21 the ladies played "most pars". Winners were; Mae Munro, Anita Kimbel and Hazel Durand all tied for first. On the fifth of October the game was "beat the pro". Gert Batstone was low with Ruth Butler finishing second low. Swimming Parties Swimming parties for children of Simpson Timber Company employees will start October 20. Sponsored by Simpson Recreation Association, the parties will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. ~every third Wednesday during thg school terml Further information may be obtained by calling 426-8238 or 426-6939. i ~i~!ii!!~i:~ .... FIVE OF THE SIX persons who will be heading various divisions of the UGN fund drive this year are, left to right, Bob Rogers, Winnie Winkleman, Laurel Nelson, Dick Endicott and S. W. VanderWegen. Not pictured is Vince Himlie. DISTRICT 19C Governor Dr. Harold Johnson will make his official visit to the Hood Canal Lions Club October 21. Johnson has been an active member in the Bremerton Lions Club for 12 years, with nine years of perfect attendance, is a Key Member and holds an Extension Award. He has served on all of the major committees and has held all the offices in his club with the exception of secretary-treasurer. During the year 1968-69, he was club president. He was Zone Chairman of 19C-1 during 1970-71. Clifford M. Combs Dies On Friday Clifford M. Combs, 54, died Friday in Port Angeles where he had resided for the past four years. He was owner and operator of a motel. For 16 years prior to his move to Port Angeles he had lived in Shelton, and was employed by Mell Chevrolet and by the Corrections Center. Mr. Combs was a member of Matlock Grange; the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce; and the Olympic Peninsula Motel-Hotel Association. He was born Feb. 12, 1917 in Kingston, Ark. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Madonna A. Combs of Port Angeles; three sons, Gary and Keith of Port Angeles and Dennis of Shelton; his mother, Mrs. Bessie Combs, Shelton; three sisters, Mrs. H. M. (Callie) Neal of North Hollywood, Cal., Mrs. Charles (Mozell) Edwards, Shelton, and Mrs. William (Retha) Gilmour of Chatsworth, Cal.; and one grand-daughter. A service was held at 1 p.m. Monday in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. William Andrews officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. The Mason County United Good Neighbors has set a goal of $22,100 for its fund raising drive which will kick-off Monday with a 7 a.m. breakfast at Heinie's Broiler for division heads and other workers. The UGN drive last year raised $17,173.79 for the various participating agencies. The drive this year will be headed by a joint effort of six persons who will be in charge of the various divisions. They un include Vince Himlie,. business; Laurel Nelson, professional; S. W. VanderWegen, payroll deducation; Bob Rogers, governmental agencies; Winnie Winkleman, mailing, and Dick Endicott, outlying areas. Participating agencies which receive funds through the UGN effort are the Alcoholism Information and Referral Center, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls, Children's Home Society, Exceptional Foresters, Mason DeWatto River Hearing Set county area. The purpose of the hearing is to set minimum flows requested by the state Departments of Game and Fisheries for the river which flows through Mason and Kitsap counties. oal The Department of Ecology will hold a second public hearing on the establishment of minimum flows in the Dewatto river on Novem ber 3. The hearing will be held at the Bethel Grange, about four miles south of Port Orchard on the old Gig Harbor highway, beginning at 9 a.m. The first hearing was held September 22 in Shelton. Due to the large interest, the second hearing was set for the Kitsap County Kidney Fund, Mental Health Center, Red Cross and Salvation Army. Tree Growers The fall meeting of the Washington Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Association will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 in the PUD 3 Building in Shelton. For Hunting ... Fishing ... .. 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