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November 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 11, 1971

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Courter AUTO MAN MOTORS brought 24 years of sales and leasing to Shelton when he Motor Company bickey on November Auburn man is the Shelton Buick, American Motors a new name A1 Auto Center. bought and sold his When he became an auto parts store in district of Seattle following year he cars for Auburn there in 1949 to sell y. in Seattle, to Auburn Buick manager in 1952. Auburn agency in it until he sold p of Corporation, an to entering the Courter was welder. to Des Moines, in 1939 from Kansas later went to work as 'for the National aistration where he girl welders to 38 months, most of Theatre, as an with the Army World War 11. le discharge 1945, he worked as )r for the federal two years, then in the auto parts his wife, Margaret, ndle the insurance agency, have Allen, 25, is sales auto dealership in California. John, e top salesmen in the Works for Frank Seattle. Daughter passed the as a men's hair aoking for a job. have purchased at Kamilche Point they are grateful they have County. kl been through times and both Courter said. 'Tve this dealership for is flying; he He was also aStic supporter of )arts programs in he intends to do County. agency is now FROM CAUSED diseased blood with Ctions won't ng cure for continue to arettes, say the University of Cleveland. In study of on for there were nine -- blood year or more ,on. Blood ; were kept "lgs, but all ore than a pack Pharmacy r,Ph. 426-2 165 Im St.--426-3327 to 7:30 "" 9:30 to 6:00 Robert E. Lee being renovated, with new paint and new lights the first order of business. An open house will be held when the work is completed. DL'S CORNER Business in the Shelton and Mason County area seems to be on the upward climb again as it gets closer to the magical time of year. Magical to the kids.., just plain tiring to their parents... Well, we know one thing that will help that tired, drug out feeling.., a shopping trip to the land of bargains galore... Shelton and Mason County... ltere is a tidbit on what you'll find this weekend... At MILLER'S, Manager Ron Elledge is holding a huge half-day sale on l:riday. We're sure you'll find just what you've been looking for, and at a reduced price too... Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time for OLSEN FURNITURE'S Free Thanksgiving Turkey sale. Owner Rod Olsen says, that the store will give away 15-1b turkeys this year, one of the biggest given away anywhere. Stop in today for more details.. JIM PAULEY, INC., local I:ord-Mercury dealer, is celebrating the Ist year in the new building on Mt. View and the 1 5th year in business. In honor of this, sales manager Bob Wolden has slashed prices all over the place for this weekend only. Better hurry and grab these... Mark Williams, manager of HARVEY'S who said the Grand Opening was a fabulous success, has again chopped prices for this weekend only. Many terrific bargains being offered this weekend, and don't forget that the store is open seven days a week... Slip into something soft... and smart.., and elegant at BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner Bob Wotton has the new Miss Wonderful shoes that give the old shoe feeling with new shoe looks... The last three days of LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON roundup sale days are here so you better hurry on in and lasso some of the fantastic bargains being offered by podner Larry Knutzen manager... Because life isn't always soft, your shoes should be, and they are at MILLER'S SHOE SALON. Manager Kirk ('riner has shoes by California Cobblers with the soft Mary Deputy, the store will feature bottles, rocks, novelties and flower arrangements for all occasions, plus a myriad of objects all designed for various crafts... Opening up soon on Mt. View is RAY'S CORNER CAFE and will be located in the building presently occupied by Jack Stewarts Sporting Goods, across from the Apex Grocery... Owners are Ray and Julia Potter... Check through the special section devoted to the care of the family buggy in this week's Journal. You'll find lots of specials that will save you lots of money... That's -30- for this week, but remember what Cicero once wrote, "There is no grief which time does not lessen and soften." -DL Dies In Hospital Robert E. Lee, 69, a life-time resident of Shelton, died Sunday in Mason General Hospital. He was born in Shelton on March 26, 1902, and was the grandson of the pioneer Mason County settler Charles T. Huntley. Mr. Lee was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is survived by seven brothers, Harry of Hawaii, Richard, Timothy and Charles, of Alaska, and Lawrence, Jack and Neil of Shelton; three sisters, Miss Kathleen Lee of New York City, N.Y., and Mrs. Doris Craddick and Mrs. Teresa Lambert, both of Shelton; and numerous nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Shelton Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations were made to Mason General Hospital. IBP Eva S. Hanson 0 oeUCcumLs At 79 A Simpson Timber fire brigade crew was credited with Eva S. Hanson died Sunday inquickly confining a roof fire at Mason General Hospital. She was the Company's Shelton Insulating 79 years old. Board plant Saturday morning. She was born in Palouse, Wa. on June 25, 1892 and had lived in Damage to the roof of the Shelton for 47 years. She was a dryer area of the plant was member of the Veterans of estimated at $500 to $600. Foreign Warsauxiliary. Woodrow Johnson, production Mrs. Hanson is survived by manager at the plant, said a spark two sons, Eugene C. Hanson of from the fiberboard dryer ignited Shelton and Charles T. Hanson of dust-impregnated resin which Grandview; a daughter, Mrs. Viola coats overhead ceiling beams. A Bunker of Grandview; eight regular cleaning of the beams g r a n d c h i 1 d r e n ; 1 5 earlier in the week had cleared off great-grandchildren; two most of the resin waste which is great-great-grandchildren;andtwo cooked out of the fiberboard sisters, Mrs. Auda May of Ontario, during the drying process. Cal. and Mrs. Beulah Harrison of Shelton. Bill James, Simpson's security and fire prevention administrator, A service was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral commended the Company-trained Home with Pastor Roland Huber plant fire brigade for their quick officiating and burial in Shelton action when the fire was spotted Memorial Park. shortly after 11:00 a.m. The crews, directed by Bruce W. McLean, mechanic leadman and Liquor License Richard H. Wolfer, shift foreman, had brought the fire under Is Requested control by the time Shelton City firemen arrived. The State Liquor Control Board announced today that The fire blackened a 150-foot Frances Evelyn Frint and length of the ceiling over the Norma.n Edwin Frint have 400-foot long dryer area of the applied for a Class H license to plant and burned off wooden sell liquo,~ by the drink, for "Old ventilation louvers on the roof. Mill C~i~ in Hoodsport. Overhead sprinklers had to be Anyone wishing to support orreplaced. oppose the application may write Production at the plant, rw j. I I]11!1 : < -- li)Eg I lV[E T ~I~. _ Beautiful, full-size panels in a choice of colors... * LIGHT * MEDIUM * DARK to the State Liquor Control which operates on a 24-hour basis Good for all Panels selling at o, above $4.50 Each. Boardin Olympia. seven days a week, was resumed ::~!~-- ......... , .... -:-- _--- --__._.- -~---_ ..... _ ....... --_-_-_-_--_ -_-_ fit for tonlorrow... Saturday evening. /'" QUALITY FULmPRUF The price of the Kenmore GUN STOLEN portable dishwasher has been cut A .22 automatic target pistol [ ~ LATEX WALL FINISH during a great dishwasher sale at with brown holster and belt and a / Call Us Abou lm~._ . t SEARS and Manager Maxine hunting coat were stolen from a / OAK P&Dk~ 1080 decorator colors. Dries in one hour. Rhoades says to hurry into the car parked at Wildberry Lake near / -- -~" ..". r'n"~ ~'fg',~l--~. store and pick yours out off the Tahuya on November 2 according / Unit%;lv~?g:ament ~ Applies easily. good... , " - Soap and water l ' I A pro-holiday sale is now in Sheriff s office. /HIMLIE REALTY, cleanup. 4 full swing at PENNEY'S and l llll ltl lll lmltjt lml llllll lm ]lml lll lmli Manager ('lit,! ,larrington has-- , I Reg.$6.29 N,W Ilia gone all out to find you some of ~ Christmas Holly - Holly Wreaths . ' the best bargains ever. Don't miss ]~ et ........ i out on tiffs once-a-year sale... ~ Aider-Smoked Pug Sound Seafoods Stock up now for the holidays Color matches perfectly with CENTERat E VERis G REENthe theme O RUat KenG ~ Door Charms- Assorted Native Evergreens /li Full, Dr FuI-FIo Chapman's store. And Ken means i Gift Packaged & Mailed For You it. You ca,, stock up now.., and | Latex Enamel o~, Y save while you're doing it... Grand Opening this week at ~ ,~S H0tLY tAN! FARM ENTtRPRISt$ the TOWN & COUNTRY GIFT ]~ Box 312, Union, Wa. 98592 Phone 898 2299 IR SHOP, on the Spring Road. .~ Please Call Collect or Write for Brochure ! Owned and operated by Del and ~lll~lnt~l=~lllltlgtlnl~l~lil~l&l~lll~ll~l~l~l~lal~ll~l~l~l~l~l~l~lU~ Th reen Fairy Ph grapher Will be el 1 | a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Beautifully Finishedl Professionally Made PHOTOGRAPHS IN LIVING COLOR Full Color Photographs For Only * Completely Finished* Non-Glare lights Children's * Professionally Made* No age limit * No shipping Charge * True color Dept. * No obligation to order INSULATION SALE! x 15" 80 Sq. Ft. Reg. $5.92 ........... NOW 4" x 15" 50 Sq. Ft. Reg. $4.70 .................. NOW 23'" ROLLED INSULATION AT EQUAL SAVINGS .a ROOF TIME ROLL POURING Best for Attics. Zonolite is the vermiculate type insulation of 1001 uses. ----- ........ - ---- ---- ........ - - ..... -- ---- - ...... --~:~TL L "BUILDING MASON COUNTY" PREPARE . . . OR REPAIR YOUR ROOF FOR WINTER . . . NOW REPAIR IS NOW HOW ARE YOUR Gutters 10' length ........ Downspouts I0' length s16, sI Elbows each ..... All Galvanized for Longer Service 235' 3-Tab Shingles NOW U-HAUL per sq. 90' ROLL ROOFING White, Green, Red 100 Sq. Ft. Roll. A95 Reg. $5.95 I am Thursday, November 11, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9