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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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!i ..... RESUSCI-ANNIE WAS revived several times through different combinations of cardiopulmonary resuscitation by Fire Chief Dick Knight and Capt. Tom Brokaw, both of Fire District 5, during last Thursday night's meeting of the Kitsap-Mason Firefighting Association. The group met in the Allyn firehall with District 5 personnel hosting the meeting. ama lans Cubs, Scouts and be among the Thurston and who will be in the annual Nov. 13 at St. will be on the St. starting at 2 to 9 p.m. Nov. il |n A Scout-O-Rama is an activity-filled panorama of booth exhibitions and demonstrations by Cubs, Scouts and Explorers. It is the total Scout program come alive in one afternoon and evening, acco~ding to Sel VanderWegen of Shelton, president of the three-county Tumwater Area Council of Boy Scouts. It is the Scouts' opportunity to show their were reminded Director Thor the use of two Sound and Hood longer legal after "two-pole" effective for year on August Sound of Point Canal south of held. good lions of hatchery-produced fish and the extra pole enabled anglers to experiment with depth, gear, etc. in order to more effectively harvest the fish. This experiment is part of Fisheries' 13-point program to triple the Puget Sound salmon sport catch, Tollefson said. Its effectiveness will be evaluated and comments from sport fishermen will be sought before a decision is made on future implementation of the "two-pole" provision, he said. mothers, dads, neighbors, friends, and the public at large what they can do. Tickets are now on sale for the Scout-O-Rama. All tickets are $1. and admit one adult. High school and grade school students are free when accompanied by an adult. "If a boy does not contact, you, you may purchase your ticket at the Scout Service Center in Tumwater or at the door on the day of the Scout-O-Rama," Vander Wegen explained. Proceeds from the event will help the Boy Scout Council's program in this area, which includes such things as camping, training and starting new Packs, Troops, and Explorer Units, as well as helping each individual unit directly. James Dolliver of Olympia is chairman of the council's Activities Committee which is organizing the Scout-O-Rama. Call Us About n ~r~/~ OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I nngs Seedlings grown and distributed by the Department of Natural Resources at the Olympia nursery are ready for purchase well in time for the planting season, H. J. Van De Riet, County Extension Agent says. Department regulations restrict the use of the trees to forest, windbreak or Christmas tree plantings. The list of available species includes Douglas-fir, Noble fir, Shasta redfir, Austrian pine, Ponderosa pine, Scotch pine, Caragana, Black Locust and Lombardy popular. Douglas-fir is by far the most popular tree for west side forest plantings, with Ponderosa pine being its east side counterpart. Other varieties commonly are used for Christmas tree plantings or in windbreaks. Cost of the seedlings varies with age of the seedling and quantity purchased. One thousand two-year old seedlings, nine inches tall, cost $23 or about 2 cents apiece. Quantities as few as 25 trees sometimes are purchased to accommodate a windbreak combination. Joe Buhaly, Washington State University Extension Forester, Puyallup, says older transplants are often the only trees that will Arrested Shortly after receiving two warrants from Kitsap County for the arrest of Patrick McCarty of Port Orchard, one for a traffic charge and one for possession of a controlled substance, he was spotted in Belfair by deputies of the local Sheriff's office. The car in which McCarty was riding was followed out the North Shore road and stopped by North Shore Service, where he was taken into custody by the two deputies and later transferred to Kitsap County authorities. SHELTON VALLEY GRANGE HALL SAT., 0CT. 30 MUSIC BY THE Tune Toppers Admission $1.25 Highway Tread Ea. ALL SIZES SAME LOW PRICE NO EXCHANGE NEEDED EXCISE TAX INCLUDED Mud & Snow Fol E I~&NTEE ER Ex. Ex. ROYAL TRITON ROYAL TRITON PURPLE STUFF ........... PREMIUM ........ Qt. Qt. Ford & Chry. Products SPIN ON AT 1 amp 3 amp 6 amp 10 amp 1 GALLON PRESTONE I'FREEZE FOR 2 JUNK BATTERIES ONE OF 40% TOO FORYOUR ila le survive under tough planting conditions. "They cost more but are well worth it considering their improved survival and faster rate of growth," Buhaly adds. The trees must be planted outside corporate limits and cannot be used for ornamental purposes. Price lists and order blanks are now available at the County Extension office located in the basement of the Post Office in Shelton. The phone number is 426-4732. Trees can be ordered now for later shipment any time prior to April 15, 1972. First shipments will start about Nov. 1. An early order will help insure getting all varieties requested. Trees will be shipped at the approximate time requested on the order blanks. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS Ch Supplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only Ioroseptic Spray Regularly $1.59 NOW Vaporizers by Saturn. Reg. $12.95 NOW 95 Liquiprin Cold Medicine for children Reg. $1.59 NOW 10 Oz. Size. Reg. $2.29 Your account transferred free from anywhere in the United States. 59 NIGHTTIME COLDS MEDICINE FSLIC INSURANCE INCREASED TO $20,OOO.OO SHELTON --First & Railroad, 426o8211 Home Office: Olympia Olympia -- Montesano -- Vancouver -- Shelton Children's. Reg. 98 NOW Cough Syrup Vicks All Family Reg. $1.19 NOW Halloween Cards by Norcross Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 20 Or 30 Wt. RING FREE Friday & Saturday Special CASE Reg. 8.95 Case 20 or 30 Wt. UAKER STATE Friday & Saturday Special CASE I NEW ROAD KING DISCOUNT PRICED 825-14 COMPLETE STOCK OF SIZES FOR CARS & PICKUPS WIDE 10-00- 16.5 WE HAVE THEM ON OUR OWN VAN -- AND WE HAUL 5,000 LB. LOADS DISCOUNT PRICED EA. EXCISE TAX INCLUDED REBUILT EX. I NEW VOLTAGE Chev - ALL CARS Ford P$ aids, Pont., Cad. Ex. EX. Chry. Prod. 95 EX. Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 21