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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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December 9, 1971

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12 to SALE! DOUBLE MEN'S SLACKS KNIT Double knit for the active man! 70% polyester and 30% wool slacks that move right along with him, stay freshly in shape, shrug off wrinkles. Sizes 29 to 40 in fashion colors. MEN'S LONG Reg. $7.98 D.OOR BUSTER Men's Men's D. Knit Lake Limerick Firemen S Stan JI Duty Here I By MARY HILL Quest teen center picked up a LAKE LIMERICK - Three donation from the Anthony cold and lonesome firemen from Paradise family of Ballantrae Lake Limerick's Station 4 of Fire Drive on Sunday. It was a small Protection District 5 manned the but regulation height pool table. I Mason-Benson Lake Fire Station early Thursday morning for threeLake LImerick's Architectural 99 hours while the other three trucks Committee acts as a quasi-public from the District were trying to group, since it regulates not only extinguish a fire which destroyed community environmental the Paul R. Hannah residence on standards for the non-profit ]~ Harstine Island. owner-member Country Club but p88 | The three, Mrs. and Values to $22 Sportcoat A1 (Patti)also helps Mason County Ralph Bennett responded to the investigate code violations. :,d 1..11, Men's All Weather Coats 88I Grnseth' Ry J" Brwn and Health District fficials call with the Lake Limerick fire Only two owners m Dwlsion o '| Zipout Lining | truck at 7:30 a.m. in accordance 1, 2and3 out of approxzmately "" ~ -" with the move-in and stand-by 14 warned by letter to remove G! YOURSELF rules of the District - their trailers or campers for the When the three trucks fromwinter months have failed to Fire District Five arrived at the comply or respond, Secretary IS AND WOMEN'S VE A NEW i scene of the fire they found the ". , JoAnne Para&se reported at house completely engulfed inSund.ay mornzng s regular flames committee meeting. 41)U. HA/ SUIT FOR THE HOLIDAYS | Fire Chief Richard Knightof .Dzvlstns 4 and 5, where S, i ~ Ailsltyrint rh:pndrdtered mth;~ ctalh: res~;CettbneSnar:rvmeyr:deni~ntl have V ~Tt:HE SALE! 100% POLYESTEF no fire de-artmen;' and is a names in the two unresponsive from Harstine Island which has It was agreed to suom]t the P cases to Club Attorney John C considerable distance from any of" . da~/selectior) ofmens ~ ~ DOUBLE KHIT SUITS | District 5's Allyn, Victor and Raganforlegalaction, andinthe :0-t e-minute famous Mason-Benson Lake stations. It Club's next official newsletter.to 1oh is praise those who have voluntarily ChooSetoValues to ~..frm, a large~ /~ MatchingWith I --wh-ite bri t tones ast Is stri andsensational~value for such quality . .. $, our new holidayl) ,=,.;"/ /collection, s, of ."-Sou $idesecretarys report.party, at the home" of fader Mrs SwensonMembersDeC.".. 19 now one of the largest in thecomphed. county, relatively unprotected. A n u m ber by personal d shapes. __ The news is shape.., the look is I also leaves District Five wh" "" . manly and successful. Find it in ~' ~'~ L~1 "~ Fire Captain Glenn Robins ofappearance or by letter have Tipperary Way reminds all requested reconsideration because m Cap double knit suits tailored in owner members who have fire of special circumstances. Most !~ 5 "~ Reg. $28.00 ~~i!~'~"/~: '(~ [i "~"~ ppular single bl'ea" styling I insurance t call him at his hme have been declined r - in casesj~ with belted back and flare 426 6953 if they are having of a written responSeln the laoara- havet~oombeen ( y 80 'L /i bottom pants. Solids and novel. ~difficulty cnvincing their fire asked t appear persnally at the insurance agent that they are committees next. meeting at .11 ! ]t t |1| ties in sizes 36 to 46 regular, entitled to refunds or cash credits a.m. { short or long. ' fllwing re-classificatin f at the Clubhuse" Limerick Fire Station 4"s territory A 60-day extension was voted 1 Values to $89 It the Official ' 8A'' rate structure Sunday - if the trailer whet it i $56 by the Washington Insurance hooks up his wash water drain to ~ Rating Bureau. his septic tank - to permit him to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie (Ardith) complete clean-up work on his iLI--~ -~ Eichler with their daughter lot. An owner-member on Barbara and a friend of hers spend military duty in Hawaii after the weekend at their vacationtransfer from Vietnam is being home on St. Andrews Drive. The offered without charge the option ! Eichlers are residents of of having a committee member [ Lakewood. , move the trailer to an adjacent t II tEl B ES [ Volunteers from Sheltonslnn (non-Limerick)site in his absence. i Light as air, but toasty v arm robes for the ......... CHRISTOPHER HALL SHIRTS younger set. Our holiday ,umpare at collectiOnful printsinCludes colOr-and pretty J A IN STYLES FOR ANY MAN | 4-H Club Has Meeting i cotton quilts with acetate SOUTHS1D E - Nancy jellies and peanut butter they e e Live Wires 4 Hbrought and put into the kitchen ")J]i ' tricot backing. Sizes,to .. F:tt:::ginfaryhtsh/ec~?olindaye::S:gne:tvTen' ~~ ~ Eveleth call d th " " ~ - ' " club meeting to order Dec ~) at for the Exceptional Foresters. :~, 14" " ~ in " , "g , P , "P .'I~'1 ~1~'. r'i~" ~ i Southside school ..... Each member had a "month fancies. Sizes 141/z to 17. L ~, Klm Wheeler d g . ~ ...... SALE! GIRLS$ "nOTED ' 479 OR 3 FOR $|3 ~"~ I " " le the fla amndnt~r~ aas;~c:Y ab;U~n[hna:i~i salute and 4-H pledge after which ' broughttreats and I she called roll andgavethe month. i:,i". " " "y k,~ SharonJohnson gave thegave their ~eats out. ~ COTTON FLA 4NEL . "ONGS'EEVEDRESSS.,.TS r-- - Another holiday value you won't want to ~/ ./~/" i: SLEEPERS | treasurer s report. 4-Her's sang Happy Birthday miss= Long sleeve styling with 2-button "' ~'...i ~:,~ Officers elected recently are to Eva Godwin and Ruthie cuffs, long point collars in a host of ~'~'~ Nancy Eveleth, president; Sharon Nestell. $SValues ~ solids, stripes and prints. Sizes 14u~ to 17.IS ' ~ IJOhnsOn' vice-president" Kim The next meeting will be inWheeler, secrets r y; Sharon' January, reported Debble Eash~ . ~i I ~ er and Kath Bachelrs 4 H club met Nv o. 3 FOR " v 'n 29 at the Southside Grange Hall _ Johnson treasur ' Y " - Bade,, re,orter. ed Members got their record Sharon Johnson report" " ~I books and project books members could go up and visit the " " I GI RLS' CO1 TON SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS old folks Dec 16 Club membersworked on i I out gifts for their mothers for Specially selected for your Christmas ~~ , Sharon Johnson passed " " " treats and the meeting was closed Christmas. CORDURO , gift-giving ... swinging short sleeve spo~t ~ ! shirts in a bright array of patterns and ~ reported Kathy Bailey. ,, Those present were Todd Guests of Mr and Mrs Gab Mart Gates Rick colors. Sizes S-M-L-XL. ~ " ~ Anderson, y " , " y i JEANS I 3" OR 3 F'oRS I " " " Nault ChriSjunlorBUCkanan,leader TeresaEric Thanksgiving Daywere Mrs. Johnson Rodney Johnson, Mike Lord's brother and family Navy ~MhPPl~r' i~,aoPr M)~rr~v Arn~v ~l ! Lt Cmdr and Mrs Howard Davis ........... ~' ......... " ...... " and two boys of Tustin, Calif.Murray and leader Ann Wheeler. 1 .SOLIDS .PRINTS ,STRIPES I LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS " ' I Four Leaves 4-H club met at 1 V ........ p m Dec 4 for their Christmas ]slung ~r. an(] Mrs. Kay - ". " Kratcha on various evenings were A great Christmas idea for the l such style. Choose from a wide variety of " Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Helen Bakke Jac smart prints and colors. No iron in size~ kit, Jim Swindall and Mr. and ~o, 'i4 = Members put on splay and younger set... 100% cotton cordu- I S-M-L-XL. al99 OR ' " Mrs. Glen Kratcha and Shelley. i roy jeans in a festive selection of I 3 then they exchanged presents. " stripes, solids, and prints. Many [ ' low boy-cut styles she II love. Sizes 7 I to 14. " LE! MEN'S SO C 8 ,S r ~ ~, ,,vaue 4"" 1 ,~., .o,,,ox.. ! po, F. ) SAYLOR'SlIb."OX ...,~..~.-.. . WER ASSORTED , ,\x\\ R 311 /ll~ CHOCOLATES |8* , 3a. o, 991 OUI'AGE SALE! NECKTIES v.,u., $ -/ PEANUT BRITTLE -'i BY ROGERS ' NOTICE 4/ 1/B. TUB Reg., ,, i...... BI6 SAVINGS1 || 4 AND 5 INCH WIDTHS To $6 I " BOYS' JACKETS = There will be a scheduled power outage involving portions of the City of BOYS' 4--7 SHIRT F 191111 11'gt CORDUROYPARK ~ Shelton Sunday morning. Downtown ~,~i~ CKET A sw, ngy collect,on for an ,n S' 1-Ee E S NORFOLK"JA Christmas' These otton cord:':oy!l andSheltnall ruralWill lines around Sheltonnt be effected but all the AND PANT SETS ~ I~ ~lmm~ Allu The bold one.. for men who parkas are all pile lined for lasting Hillcrest area, Mt. View, Shelton Valley, " "~/ ,| .'~1~.~ For active young boys.., a,, L, g//qJIr 4 are going places t..in belted comfort and warmth, featuring Will be cotton corduroy styling withset in sleeves, wide welt slash = .~ ~I1~.~ ~f cotton corduroy slacks with match- Iml J . t II IPB I warm notch pile collar, 4 front Pockets for longer wearing, m without power from 2:30 a.m. until [ ~"/~ ng 50% polyester, 50% cotton shirt I'lJi, Pl pockets, set in sleeves withAssorted colors in sizes 6 to 14 1 J: ~ with multi-stripe design and long ' underarm shields. :~izes and8to 18. 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning, December k IAI 4& ~ S-M-L-XL in olive or bronze. =~ 12, 1971, sleeves. -n .... Values to $12.95 Reg. $6.99 lrkl Ir|Pq o $17.95 Values IN News on the winter scene, 100'/o This power shutdown is required to transfer existing circuits to new feeders BUSH COAT LINED C.P.O. SHIRTI Great gift idea. Groovy fit and feel for active young men... belted CPO shirts, all pile lined I with 4 front pockets. Classic colors to choose from in sizes 6 to 14 and 8 to 18. 88 to provide better and more reliable service and to prepare for a new substation to be constructed and energized in the Fall of 1972. BOYS' 4-7 CORD SLACKS Tuned in flares for the younger set... 50% polyester, 50% cotton corduroy with 2 button waist and front side pocket, Assorted colors in 4-7. cotton flannel pajamas for boys in novelty baseball styling with button front, knit cuffs and sleeves or popular plain stripe styling with button front. Sizes 4-7. Reg. $2.99 When winter comes on strong...bundle up in our 33" long cotton corduroy belted norfolk jacket, featuring button front set iR coat sleeves and 2 front' pockets. Choose from bronze or olive in sizes $-M-L-XL. $17.95 Value= Values to $12.00 Reg. $4.99 Thursday, December 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 1,5