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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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December 2, 1971

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A Christmas Message: Dec. 2 Club luncheon, noon, Club, 6:45 a.m., Restaurant. Tops, 7 p.m., court Club dinner, 6 p.m.; meeting, 8 p.m., rral Center board p.m., at the center. LOcratic Central 8 p.m., court house. Grange Christmas .rn., Grapeview fire hall. No. 1462 and Memorial Hall. Christmas party, Ewart, 8 p.m. r and rummage sale, 9 P.m., PUD. Seventh Day Church. 3 of Commerce board 7:30 a.m., Hy-Lond Inn. auxitiary, 8 p.m., Hall. Christmas party, noon, Mrs. Merritt Wingard, Barn, rummage and sale, old Lincoln gym, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. by County Democratic tee. i Dec. 4 Sashayers visit to Hall, Olympia. bazaar, 10 a.m. - Hall. Ladies' Civic Club 0 a.m. - 6 p.m., Union se members & guests and fun night, 7 the lodge. Sigma Phi Christmas 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.:, Community Center. PTO bake sale, 10 4 p.m., Safeway and S The Shelton High School and Junior High School Music Departments have scheduled their Christmas concerts, it was announced this week. The Junior High concert will be at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 16 and will be under the direction of Robert Miller, vocal music instructor, Allen Beale, instrumental music instructor, and Don Anderson, drama instructor. The program will be held in the Junior High Auditorium. The High School concert will be at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20 in the High School Gymnasium under the direction of Bruce Moorehead, instrumental music instructor, and Robert Miller, vocal music instructor. The band and choir will take part in the program. Too Late to Classify FRY COOK wanted, Harpers Broiler. Apply in person. H12/2-9 FOR SALE air compressors trailer mounted or mobile. 100% savings! Sacrifice! 707 So. 1st. 12/2 NAUGAHYDE DAVENO A-1 condition $60. Dinnette table, early American $15, Electric range, full size as is $10. Phone 426-6771. H12/2 14 FT. plywood boat with cabin, 18 h.p. Johnson motor, boat trailer, "Tenee" make, trailer has 1971 license. Boat needs a coat of paint, total price $425 426-6771. H12/2 EXPERIENCED PAINTING and remodeling done reasonably. Call 426-1571. Y12/2-23 1966 FORD 4-door sedan. $675 cash. Phone 426-8808 after 5:00 p.m. D12/2tfn Publications FOR BIDS Will be received in the of the County SSioners, Shelton, n, until 11:00 a.m., 13, 1971, for gasoline, automotive fuels and other b PrOducts as may be Y the County Road City of Shelton, also School, Fire or Port who desire to avail s of the benefit of this during the calendar year included is Mason urrent Expense funds. tions, instruction to Bid forms may be Church Sets Added Service A third service has been added to the Sunday morning schedule at Saint David's Episcopal Church, Third and Cedar. The additional worship will begin at 11:45 a.m. On first, third and fifth Sundays the service will be that of Holy Communion according to the 1928 Prayer Book. On second and fourth Sundays it will be Morning Prayer. Each second Sunday of the month, the choir, under the direction of Harold E. Hanson, will lead a sung Morning 0n the Office of the Prayer service. On those Sundays kgi eel must be submitted on the regular 10 a.m. Family provided. Additional Communion service will feature n will have no bearingguitar music, according to the Rev. awards. The County D.J. Maddux, vicar. ight to make awards to be in the the County, or to Films To Be Seen or all bids. ED at Shelton, this 15th day of Two films of general interest 1971. will be shown at the Tuesday County of Mason meeting of the Hood Canal ashington Improvement Club to be held at Boysen 7:30 p.m. in the Union fire hall. 12/2-9-2tThe public is welcome. TO CREDITORS ,NO. 4247 JPER,OR COURT OF Party Planned OF WASHINGTON SON COUNTY (IN Gifts will be exchanged at the Christmas party and noon potluck MATTER OF THE to be held by the Women's OF FLORENCE E. Deceased. IS HEREBY GIVEN ranklin Heuston is the Ind qualified Executor Will and Testament of Warfield, deceased, bersons having claims le said deceased must same duly verified in with the necessary attached, upon the and file such claims Lh proof of service of said Court Our months after 2 1971, or all claims not and filed will be Iklin Heuston Angle Building, gton 98584 Heuston said Estate, 12/2-9-16-3t Christian Temperance Union on Friday in the home of Mrs. Merritt Wingard, 604 Franklin. Larson, Smith Wed Nadine Larson and Patrick Smith were married in a dawn ceremony on November 20 in Sumner, where they now reside. BELIEF: consists not in the nature and order of our ideas, but in the manner of their conception, and in their feeling to the mind.., something felt by the mind, which distinguishes the ideas of the judgment from the fictions of the imagination. David Hume The Perfect Christmas Gift ireplaces 27" to 54-7/8" wide and 20V2" to 32-7/8" Available in gold or black finish. BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Formerly Eacrett Lumber Co. "Building Products for your Home" / Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 / %, ~ : :~: * / ,: ?il;!iiii~ TATES DOG ACT is one of the several acts which will be in the Hollywood Variety Show which will appear in the Shelton High School Gym at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8, sponsored by the Shelton Elks Lodge. Other acts include Stan Kramien the Magician, Nollys Unicycle act, Don George puppet show and Miss Suzette. Tickets are available at Hamlins Toy and Hobby Shop, Nault's Service Station, Jim Sutherland and from other Elks members. h innin JR Jeham By REV. WILLIAM F. ANDREWS First Methodist Church There is a place called Bethlehem. It lies in Israel, and has been there for centuries of time. It was from Bethlehem that King David 30 centuries ago came forth to rule his countrymen and to give his people an identity they never knew before and which they have never forgotten since. Yet Bethlehem is remembered not alone for David, but for Jesus, child of a virgin whose name was Mary and her husband Joseph. The story of His birth lives on. Beyond the printed page it has moved to find its place in the patterns of cultures and in the religious devotion o[ the human race. The season o1 Christmas tells the tale, and no matter how many the layers of custom and tradition which have been added during the course of time, the substance of God's gift of love to the world remains as well. Perhaps that is what the light of Bethlehem's Star seeks to disclose. There at Bethlehem the simple value of Sanctity was renewed. A place of holiness, a spot of supreme worth, an area sacred and unscarred: these were there. And these relive when men pause at the place of the Christmas gift. Likewise at Bethlehem may be found the turn toward Truth. Fact and fancy often seem to co-mingle, but in the life of the ttoly Child, the Son of God, and Son of Man, the world confronts all it needs to found its present and its future. And what is that but truth. To be able to base your life on that which never varies and is ever so, that is truth, and Bethlehem's Star points us there. Again that ancient scene rekindles Aspiration. Dark skies, poverty, conflict and tension perpetually cast down their moods of despair, and the world wonders if there is ever a way out of the midnight of frustration and madness. Then over Bethlehem's scene the Star shines brightly, and the angels sing, and hope is born anew. The aspirations of life take hold in fullness of power. Finally the word out of Bethlehem is Rejoice. "Behold 1 bring you good news of a great joy which will come to all the people; for to you is born in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord." Human hearts will not suppress their satisfaction at a gift so great as that. Sonp and friendships and greetings carry far the inner joy, and the world discovers that Bethlehem is not so distant as supposed. Indeed, it is every place where the Star shines its bright light and men open their eyes to see. MODERN CALENDAR'S mar the sweet simplicity of our lives by reminding us that each day that passes is the anniversary of some perfectly uninteresting event. Oscar Wilde Tasty Treats From Local Waters oull Like Our Seafood Menu Come Out And Try... Fresh, Succulent HOOD CANAL ~A ~dql . ~;;':*.:.S;':..X.:.."~..:.:/~.::;:.:':~;~.~:;::;?:'.:....? k:..,~ O Y S T E R S ......... If You Appreciate Choice Stalks Prepared to Perfection You'll Love Ours... RIB EYE STEAK ............ $2.50 New Luncheon Specials Daily OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Except Monday Phone 1 Mile S. of 877-9733 HoodspOrt THRIFTWAY, SAFEWAY ADOPT UNIT PRICING Two food chains with stores in Shelton have adopted unit pricing, a system which allows the customer to make direct comparisons between like items. Thriftway initiated the system on November 17 in 70 stores throughout the state, including Shelton's supermarket. Safeway, which has tried the unit pricing program in other divisions of the chain, will start the program in the Seattle Division, which includes Shelton, on December 8, and expects to have it completely installed around mid-January. PERSONNEL CHANGES AT ELAINE'S SALON Two former employees, Judy Moore and Penni Peterson, have returned to Elaine's Beauty Salon, owner Elaine Petzold announced this week. A newcomer, Beth (Porter) Godwin, has also joined the staff. NEW SALESMAN AT JIM PAULEY'S Bob Walden, sales manager of Jim Pauley Inc., local Ford-Mercury dealer, announced recently the addition of Bob Blanchard to the sales staff Blanchard, a meat cutter by trade and salesman the past 15 years, has lived in this area for" three years with his wife Ellen and three children. He originally built the present home on the canal as a vacation retreat and when the chance came to join the Pauley organization and move to Mason County as a full time resident, he jumped at the chance. Blanchard will be involved in both new and used car sales. Potluck Planned Welcome Chapter Social Club will meet Tuesday in the Masonic Temple for a noon potluck luncheon. Bake Sales Set Pioneer PTO will sponsor bake sales from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday in the Safeway store and the Penney store. McConnell's LETUS DEVELOP YOUR GIFT IDEAS easy answer to your gift problem C~r~$tmas =hopping early Ihls year~ Welt make it easy for yoo to give the perfect ~am,ly g,tt ONLY NOW! willlout moule Iigll ! Movie Curmrm 95 And Up BINOCULARS Bushnell 7X35 1 Finance Cards n= 124 N. 2nd. $helt )n 426-6163 CIU i !..e o Jack Nicklaus Art Mell WITH PURCHASE DURING D E C EM B E R O N Ed Wadington WITH PURCHASE DURING DECEMBER ON [ .............................................................. ____: ....... t 5-Year, 50,000 Mile Warranty Available. (No Charge- No. Deductable) ALL NEW 71-72 CHEVS. & OLDS. CARS NO. 1 COMPLETE SERVICE DEPARTMENT! (We Try Harder!) -::..:, "Since 1927" Parts & Service Monday thru Saturday MIC Insurance Daily Rental Service 1st. & Grove Thursday, December 2, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9