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November 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 4, 1971

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CLINIC BUSINESS for small business announced by the ion. 0he.day, seminar-type Will bring together important fields to small business It may provide and know-how which success instead of or reasonable profit, g even" for 1 operators of small decisions made !~Year have considerable Don year-end federal liability, and must recognized as of to the small about facts relating to the University of I Sch'ool of Business has joined with I of Short Courses and the Small Business and the Federal Committee of the ,n State Society of Accountants to clinic. Fred J. Mueller opening remarks begins at 8:30 19 at the Building on tessions during the include a discussion local taxes affecting led by David N. L. Myers; and ,n depreciation and credit, headed by IRS, Seattle, and small business managers are invited deadline is and registration information may be obtained by calling the UW Office of Short Courses and Conferences, 543-5280, or writing this office, 336 Lewis Hall, UW, Seattle, 98195. CEILING PRICE LIST DEADLINE EXTENDED The Cost of Living Council is reaffirming its requirements for sellers to provide ceiling price information to their customers, but is extending the November 1, 1971, deadline for businessmen to have available lists of ceiling prices for the products and services they sell, Edgar R. Fiedler, Council Deputy Director, announced today. Fiedler said that the Council was extending the deadline until the Price Commission approves its Post-Freeze pricing policies and any requirements for ceiling price lists, which may prove to be different from those currently in effect. He emphasized that present requirements on providing ceiling price information continue in effect. Each seller either must have ceiling price lists available or provide, on request, ceiling price information to customers by mail within 48 hours. In the latter case, sellers also must post large signs on each selling floor to announce the availability of ceiling price information. The Council's requirements are detailed in Economic Stabilization Circular No. 1 02 (Federal Register, October 22, 1971). To ensure full compliance with the regulation by retailers and other businessmen, Internal Revenue Service employees will conduct a special survey of the availability of ceiling price information in stores throughout the Nation. To Give Pins Rayonier Inc. Gold watches and certificates Division has designating 25 years service will and retired be presented by Dr. George B. to a dinner at Creamer, Vice President of tonight to honor Research to Marvin Anstey, Stan s service award Armstrong, Alfred Baker, William .... Chase, Art Coffman, Ralph Davidsgn,, John W. Luhm Rankin Division, awards to eighteen COmpleting five years of service. Oyees will receive Billie Baisch, Doyle Howard, inville, Wilbert Nelson, Bob Stroud, and phenour. A award will be John L. Luhm. will go to and William :eiving their first pros, are: Robert Engen, James tael Lee, Jerald Sorensen. Lynch, Paul Steensen, and Floyd Watters. A forty-year award will be presented to Pentti Toppari. Roy Whaley will receive an award for thirty-five years of service. Dr. Lovell will receive a thirty-year award. The wives of those employees receiving twenty-five year awards will also be honored as special guests on this occasion. Company Vice President George Scofield and Dr. George B. Creamer will address the group along with Dr. Lovell. CHANGE: to shift one's position and be bruised in a new place. Washington Irving & Railroad Ave. * Shelton * 426-8277 New Has Openings For Lodging The rooms are lovely with wall-to-wall equipped with a bath and phones, all utilities paid, controlled heat and maid service. Hy-Lond inn also has some s and elevator service. i, You are welcome to come in anytime let us show you around our lovely so that we may extend an invitation it "your home". - Re Darrell Klein Manager it. Norman Rodgers Dies In Hospital Norman E. Rodgers, Rt. 5, Box 258, died Saturday in Mason General Hospital. He was 47 years old. A 23-year resident of the Shelton area, Mr. Rodgers was born May 31, 1924 in Fairview, Mo. Prior to his illness he was employed as fireman by Simpson Timber Co. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the United Methodist Church. Surviving him are his wife, Mildred, of the home; two sons, Wayne and Jim, both of Shelton; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Wilder, Shelton; two grandchildren; a brother, Clovis Rodgers of Shelton; three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Brown of Neosho, Mo., Mrs. Thelma Ruiz of Yakima, and Mrs. Helen Senseney of Exeter, Mo. A service was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. William Andrews officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Lorrayne Hughes Taken By Death Mrs. Lorrayne V. Hughes, 348 E. Popular, died Wednesday in St. Peter's Hospital in Olympia. She was 42 years old, and was born November 23, 1928 in Montana. She and her husband, Donald, have operated the Hughes Ambulance Service since coming to Shelton seven years ago. Mrs. Hughes was business manager, handling all bookkeeping and billing and routine office work. Although remaining in the background to maintain 24-hour telephone service, Mrs. Hughes was a vital part of the Ambulance Service, handling all phases of the business other than the actual driving. Mrs. Hughes was formerly employed in Admitting and as cashier for the Ballard Hospital in Seattle. Surviving her are her husband, Donald, of the home; three sons, Patrick, Jamie and Mark, of the home; three daughters, Linda, Lori and Lisa, of the home; three brothers; and one sister. The Rev. Mason Younglund will officiate at a service to be held in Batstone Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. DUC]~ ARE A N0-NO A complaint was received in the local Sheriff's office last week of kids in an aluminum boat shooting ducks out from the Allyn dock. The matter was referred to the local wildlife agent to check out. James Guyett Dies In Auburn James Guyett, Rt. 2, Box 740, died in Auburn on October 27 while on a cattle-buying trip. He as 64 years of age. He was born in Tacoma on February 25, 1907, and had lived in this area for ten years. He was employed for most of his life as a machinist and was a member of the Machinists' Union of Seattle. Mr. Guyett is survived by his wife, Irene, of the home; a brother, Hollis, of Olympia; two sisters; and numerous nieces and nephews. A graveside memorial service was held at 1 p.m. Monday in the Sticklin Greenwood Memorial Park in Centralia with the Rev. Harvey Hartling officiating. Nina Rogers Dies On Friday Mrs. Nina Westby Rogers, 70, died Friday in Mason General Hospital. She was born March 12, 1901 in Thief River Falls, Minn. and had resided in this area for the past 48 years. Mrs. Rogers is survived by her husband, Henry, of the home; a son, Atwood, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Lorna Greer, Seattle; two grandchildren; a brother, Iver Westby, Bemidji, Minn.; two sisters, Mrs. Lena Moloney, Thief River Falls, and Mrs. LaVon Groot of Chicago; and numerous nieces and nephews. Pastor Roland Huber officiated at a service held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. ARGUMENTS: a discussion which has two sides and no end. Leonard Neubauer Insurance on yourcar,~ home, business, health life and everything else you value. ROCKY HEMBROFf AGENCY 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 sAw===co INSURANCE TO HOLD FREE HEARING AID 10 A.M. Hallmark Inn S 1st and W Railroad Shelton We Are Pleased to Announce I hat: Mr. Daniel E. Bruner Certified Hearing Aid Au- diologist will be at our special all-day hearing aid consultations. If you have a hearing problem Mr, Bruner invites you to come in for a free electronic hearing test and demonstration of new fieltone Hearing Aids. No obligation t Don't miss this opportun- ity - Here is your chance to try the newest and fi- nest Beltone Hearing Aids. If you hesitate to use a hearing aid for fear of be- ing stared at, this latest I ightwe ight, comfortable, attractive model may be the answer to your prayers. FRESH BATTERIES, ONE-HALF PRICE If you are a hearing aid user and come in during our special hearing aid consultation for a free dem- onstration, you may pur- chase a set of batteries at half price. Limit one set to a customer. If you can't come in, call for home appointment. No obligation. Dial 426-8277 .HEARING AIDS 418 S Washington, Olympia 943-9650, t SAVINGS ARE GREAT DURING OUR FAMOUS Parkilon hosiery is very slight irregulars of one of America's most well known brands. They are a great value at our regular prices... during this semi-annual sale, the savings are terrific! SAVE $1.47 ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON NON-RUN PANTY HOSE: Sizes short, medium, long and extra long. Choose from colors of med. beige, tender beige, taupetone and neutral beige. Reg. $1.49 pr. 15 Pr. Pairs SAVE $1.47 ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON PANTY HOSE: Smooth, clinging fit in sizes short, medium, long and extra long. Medium beige, tender beige, taupetone and neutral beige to choose from. Reg. $1.49 Pr. 15 Pr. Pairs SAVE 57c ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON HOSIERY: For comfortable wearing in sizes 8V~ to 9, 10t/2 to 12, and sizes S-M-L. Choose from tender beige, medium beige, taupetone and neutral beige. Reg. 69c Pr. mr. Pairs 50 SAVE 57c ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON FASHION KNEE-HIGHS: Perfect under slacks or pant suits. Sizes 8Vz to 9Vz in tender beige, medium beige and beigetone. Reg. 69c Pr. PF. Pairs SAVE 57c ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON THIGH-HI HOSIERY: Eliminates garters for perfect comfort. Sizes 8V2 to 9, 11 to 12 and S-M-L in colors of reed. beige, beigetone, tender beige and neutral beige. Reg. 99c pr. Pr. Pairs SAVE $1.97 ON 3 PAIRS PARKILON SUPPORT HOSE: To relieve leg fatigue, select a pair in beigetone, taupetone and reed. beige. 4 sizes to choose from. Reg. $2.99 Pr. 44 Pr. Pairs BUY ON LAYAWAY OR OPTIONAL CHARGE t AN EXPEDITION INTO CORO'S EXCITING NEW WORLD OF EAR WEAR PIERCED MINI-CLIP EARRINGS Hoops, large and small. Or within other hoops, long dangles. Wedding band rings, exotic, farout or cultured. Conservative or plain. You'll find them all in the Carport - our new earring headquarters! Pierced or clip back styles for the best selection eveHByCoro. $2 and $3 Thursday, November 4, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9