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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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USlHtSS manager of Simpson Employees Federal ion, and personnel of Simpson Timber Company, Carl and Rufina Wood on a highlite tour of 'Unty. Wood, a Navy electronics technician, 13remerton, was the winner of a credit union he became the 500,000 credit union member on State. Prizes contributed by the participating ns included hams, pickles, beer, cash, credit union the forest tour and dinners in Mason County. FCHERS CLUB SHELTON ernational Weight lub is forming its M onday, at 7 p.m. in St. qSCopal Church. new club will join ,000 other weight the state of STORE Jewelry, which has wn store for many Jewelry, it ted by Ray Warren, Stated that, "The necessity became after opening when thought that the ed. By changing the brought new life sale beginning Friday and ending November 6. HY-LOND INN NOW REALITY The tlallmark Inn, which has undergone numerous changes in the past several years, originally as the Shelton ttotel, has changed its name again, this time to the Hy-Lond Inn. Owners of the facility, tty-Lond Corporation of Sonoma, Calif., have operated it for approximately three years. Darrel Kline, manager stated, "the company has nothing what-so-ever to do with the 7th Day Adventist Church. Hy-Lond has many convalescent centers throughout Washington, Oregon and California and the Hy-Lond Inn is the first of our retirement centers/motel combinations." Will celebrate the a huge 2-week J' Mitchell At 51 Rt. 1, Box :sday in Mason He was 51 years June 16, 1920 in and had lived in his life. He was a the Veterans of Is survived by his home; a son, father, Robert Robert ; three Miller, Mrs. Mrs. Jeannine of Shelton. e memorial service 10 a.m. on Friday Park with s in charge. Vincent Price and Robert Hutten in OF Robert Quarry and Roger Perry in VAMPIRE" To all Children Under 12 In Costume on Halloween at I OLYMPIC HWY. N. I MT. VIEW Juvenile Office Reports On Cases Last Month The Mason County Juvenile Probation Office handled 53 cases during September, Probation Officer Gary Wood said this week. These included 34 delinquency cases, 12 dependency cases and seven traffic cases. The delinquency cases included three for possession or delivery of a controlled substance, three for thefts, 16 for liquor violations, one for curfew violation, one on a service check, one for vacation of orders, seven for traffic violations and seven for other types of violations, h The dependency cases Blanc e T. Clark included eight for injurous living, one as incorrigible, two as Dies On Friday runaways and one for a marriage waiver. Disposition of the cases es Tax Total sales tax collections in Mason County during July and August were $45,566.06, the State Department of Revenue reported this week. Of this, the city of Shelton received $24,481.88 and the county $20,172,86. Total collections since the first of the year have been $ 1 4 2 , 1 5 9. 2 5 of which $79,291.75 went to the city of Shelton and $60,024.32 to Mason County, the revenue department said. For included informal adjustment inThe Pioneer School Board, at 20 cases, three remained to adult a special meeting last Thursday court, one remanded to another afternoon, approved a resolution court, one placed on informal setting Nov. 30 as the date for the supervision, five placed in foster sale of $845,000 worth of general homes, a marriage waiver granted obligation bonds to provide the to one, orders vacated for three, a district's share of the money for service check for one, changes of the new Shelton High School orders for five, supervision complex. continued for one, eight A second resolution was remanded to their county of passed providing that the Pioneer residence and one handled in District would invest the money another manner, from the bond sale until the Shelton District needed it. The passage of the resolutions followed a discussion of the Mrs. Blanche T. Clark, 75, died Friday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center. Born Sept. 11, 1896 in Dyur County, Tenn., she was a resident of Seattle before moving to Shelton a year ago. She was a member of the United Methodist Church. Mrs. Clark is survived by two brothers, Howard Townsend of Shelton and Clyde Townsend of Lacey ; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Knight of Shelton; and numerous nieces and nephews. Pastor William Andrews officiated at a graveside service held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Shelton Memorial Park. BACHELOR: an average male over twenty-one whom no average female has ever made a serious attempt to marry. Henry Louis Mencken Sale possibility of the Pioneer District following the action of the Hood Canal District in seeking an Attorney General's opinion as to just when the district would be required to put up its share of the money. The group was told by a representative of the bonding attorney firm which had prepared the resolution that interest rates would probably run about six per cent at the present time, but, there might be some change by the sale date. They were also told the amount of bonds which were being sold was less than the Naxarene "1- " .nurcn amount of Ihe bond issue which Slates Speakers Irene Wynn and Janet Linsey, directors for Child Evangelism in this country, will be the featured speakers in the Sunday School hour Oct. 31 at the Shelton Church of the Nazarene. These ladies will be in charge of an hour-long program beginning at 9:45 p.m. presenting the gospel in story and song including an object lesson, "Satans Tricks and God's Treats." Next Sunday will also be rally day and the final day for the "Touch Down 71" fall attendance contest. Competition has been close between the Green Bay Water Carriers and the Chicago Bear Tamers, only next Sunday will show who the real winners are. The public is welcome to this service to be held in the Memorial ttall, Second and Franklin. had been passed by the voters of the d~strict, lhis ~mount represents the amount of state aid which is anticipated Not Guilty Plea Given Jerome J. Lillehei, Belfair, pleaded not guilty to a charge of second degree burglary when he appeared in Mason County Superior Court before Judge Robert Doran Friday. tte was accused of breaking into a home in the Belfair area. His trial was set for the week of Feb. 28. Lillehei was represented in his court appearance by his court-appointed attorney, John C. Ragan, Shelton. WITH QUALITY PAD >: OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER! This week at B & R, you can get this rich, decorator shag COMPLETELY INSTALLED OVER QUALITY PADDING -- all for less than you'd normally pay just for the carpet alone. And it's just one of many perfect quality carpets on sale this week. It's soil-resistant, long-wearing nylon pile, and it comes in 15 exciting colors, including both solids and tweed- tones. Sound too good to be true? I 11 II FOR THE DISCRIMI- NATING CUSTOMER. DEEP, RICH LUXURIOUS PLUSH SHAG. Heat sot yarns for lasting texture. Features ~2 Spark ling 4-color combinations, the ultimate In California designed carpets. NOW ONLY YD. INSTALLED wlPADI .4:: " Need Some Come hake Our Tree! 81M ON [MPI-OYE[II IrED1tlAI- 5th and Cedar Sts. Phone 426-1633 Membership Open to All Active and Retired Simpson Timber Company Employees and Their Families Ken Fredson, Manager Each member account insured to $20,000 by Administrator, National Credit Union Administration Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9