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January 7, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Beeber, Ferome, card L. Everett Arlene Grubb, Moore, Ti MASON COUNTY JUSTICE COURT Appearing on the docket before Judge Glenn Correa during the past week were: Sheriff's Office Violet Bjorgen, St. Rt. 1, Box 857, Belfair, allowing unlicensed driver to operate motor vehicle, $20 fine; William Robbins, Rt. 5, Box 1, flight to avoid arrest, driving privilege suspended six months; Robert Fisher, 701 N. Pine, Ellensburg, speeding, $25 forfeit; James Salters, Box 51, Itrnann, W. Va., improper lane of travel, $25 forfeit; Edward Patrick, Shiprock, N.M., driving while intoxicated, $125 fine, five days in jail, suspended, license suspended 30 days; Roy Oster, 603 Park, Shelton, speeding, $30 forfeit. Washington State Patrol Gale Troth, Rt. 12, Box 113, Olympia speeding, $20 forfeit; Glen Miller, 331 Bryan, Bremerton, speeding, $25 forfeit. Municiple Department David Lowery, 1624 E. 32nd, Tacoma, speeding, $20 fine; William Peden, 1827 Summit Dr., SHELTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Mrs. Matrice Gains reported a possible prowler. Officers were unable to find anything when they checked. Guy Pole reported scrap iron being taken from the city dump. A vehicle driven by Delores Merhab went off the road on Pioneer Way. Stan Wafters reported tape decks taken from his car. Mrs. George Magnett reported she found a pony at her place. SHERIFF'S OFFICE John Goodchild reported he found a mail box while picking brush. Emily Babcock reported she had found a Laborador dog. Wayne Krause reported a hoist taken. An attempt to open two Post Office boxes was reported. Tom Hurley reported he found a boat. Barbara Dye reported she found a bicycle. Mr. Juma reported a fence broken. A car ran over a lawn at Bell's Trailer Court, it was reported. A pony was reported running William Conte, director of the Department of Institutions, restraining order. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. David E. Burkett, 1425 Railroad, a girl, December 31. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Marcy, 1326 Ellinor, a boy, January 1. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Silcox, Rt. 4 Box 370, a girl, January 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Finney, P.O. Box 596, Olympia, a boy, January 4. It's a boy For Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neumann of Reseda, Cal. David Jonathan was born on December 30. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Swett, former Shelton residents, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neumann of Lynnwood. Cortnae Heather was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whitcomb of Shelton in St. Peters Hospital in Olympia on December 29. Her grandparents are Mr. and Shelton, no operator's license, loose in the Arcadia area. Mrs. Thayne Whitcomb and Mr. five days in jail; Lisa Stannert, and Mrs. Emil Ahrens, all of 717 Franklin St., Shelton, petit SUPERIOR COURT ~rceny, $50 fine; Russell York, New Cases Colombus, Neb. t. 3, Box 446 Shelton, Winifred Schroeder against obstr'ucting traffic~ $15 fine; Kenneth Whitaker, personal BAILEY injury and property damage. Larry McFarlane, 118 7" Birch, Shelton, speeding, $3., forfeit; Mabel Anderson against Lois ..... ~ /' EvE~-~ Bradley Wilson, 823 Otron, LaBissioniere as executrix of the / Pullman no valid operator's estate of Leslie LaBissioniere, Mr. ~'~ o -..'"- , -,~ license, $'15 forfeit" Roy Ovist, and Mrs. Jack Kimbel and Mr. and ~ _) ((.7~ ? i ~a~c~ oc / 1320 Division St Si~elton no tail Mrs. Bill Kimbel, collection on ~~11 '- ~ 7~~~--~/~-~ ~'~~ (~c~ hghts, driving while licensenote. ~ -L' ~~ SUspended, $80 fine, 30 days in LaVergne Mfg. Co. against Jail, suspended; Dan Hood, Rt. Mason County and White Motor 10, Box 4, Shelton, failure to use Co., personal injury and property UUe care and caution, no damage, k n operator's license on person, $35 Donald Simpson, also now ~ ~i,"i~2 ~,~ [)ne; David Lowery, Rt. 10, Box as Tommy Lewis against Dr. ~,~ -- -_~ % Shelton, failure to use due care and caution, resisting an officer, $115 fine" Steve Witcraft 518 Ellinor, Shelton, failure to use due care and caution, $20 forfeit; Floyd Dahman, 12th and Railroad, Shelton, resisting arrest, 30 days in jail, suspended; Dan Hood, Rt. 10 Box 4, Shelton, ~sisting arres~;|~O da~s~'ih'~il, ; ~spended ............. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Robert Bearden, bulkhead, $7,500; E. R. Caaghie, storage and display, $ l ,000; Richard Dill, ;utrnrner home, $3,000; Larry teson, cabin $900; Maurice Wolfe, summer cabin, $7,000. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permit~ approved by the City of Shelton during the past Week were to Lewis and Clark, residence, $17,350; Robert Miller, residence, $20,000. Get a Ouality Action Jacket when you buy a new Here's an amazing offer: bu~a Homelite E-Z chain saw-~the lighte,? H0melite ever built--0r any other n~ H0melite chain saw and we'l give 0u a top qual ty 100% ..... tree. r ' ~ylon jacKelabsolutely Y0u'll wear this good-lookinB _~ jacket for all outdoor activities._especially when you use your new Homelite chain saw these chilly days So hurry on in Offer is good only while the supply lasts MOTOR SHGp 1306 Olympic Hw/. S. 426-4602 i Olll~me TWIN SHEETS No Iron! Reg, $3.79 FULL SHEETS No Iron! Reg. $4.99 BED PILLOWS SOFT & DRI AREA RUGS Polyester fill, 20" x 26". 5 oz, anti.perspirant, Viscose rayon, 8 colors, floral print Reg, $2.99. will not sting! slzes to 30" x 50". PAIR PILLOWCASES No Iron! Reg. $2.99 A 1 PLACEMATS PLASTIC DRAPES INDOOR/OUTDOOR Set of 4 printed vinyl Embossed or printed CARPET with foam backing, patterns, lined or 9' x 12', 100% S1.16 value, unlined. 72" x 84". polypropylene olefin pile, rubber cushion back. Reg, $29.95, PAIR RIGHT GUARD 40Z spray deodorant Reg 97 A v PANTY HOSE LADLES BRIEFS PLASTIC HOUSEWARES "Enkasheer" nylon, NOn.run acetate tricot,Waste baskets, deep beige, cinnamon and pastels and white, dishpans, pails, laundry coffee, Sizes petite to sizes 5 to 8 baskets -choice of colors tall. Reg. 99 III A These Tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Jan 7 High ....... 2:54 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ....... 7:06 a.m. 8.6 ft. High ...... 12:18 p.m.11.9 ft. Low ....... 8:06 p.m. -1.6 ft. Friday, Jan. 8 High ....... Low ....... High ....... Low ....... 3:54 a.m.11.7 ft. 8:30 a.m.8.9 ft. 1:06 p.m.11.6 ft. 8:54 p.m.-2.0 ft. Saturday, Jan 9 High ....... 4:52 a.m.12.3 ft. Low .......9:30 a.m.8.8 ft. High ....... 2:00 p.m.11.3 ft. Low .......9:36 p.m.-2.2 ft. Sunday, Jan. 10 ttigh ....... 5:24 a.m. 12.7 ft. Low ......10:24 a.m.8.5 ft. High ....... 2:48 p.m. 11.0 ft. Low ......10:18 p.m.-2.1 ft. Monday, Jan. 11 ttigh ....... 6:00 a.m. 12.9 ft. Low ......11:12 a.m.8.2 ft. High ....... 3:36 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low ......10:54 p.m.-1.9 ft. Tuesday, Jan. 12 High ....... 6:30 a.m. 13.0 ft. Low ......11:48 a.m.7.7 ft. High ....... 4:18 p.m. 10.6 ft. Low ......11:30 p.m.-1.5 ft. Wednesday, Jan. 13 High ....... 7:00 a.m. 12.9 ft. Low ......12:24 p.m.7.2 ft. High ....... 5:06 p.m. 10.3 ft. Thursday, Jan. 14 Low ......12:06 a.m.-0.9 ft. High ....... 7:24 a.m. 12.8 ft. Low ....... 1:06 p.m. 6.6 ft. High ....... 5:54 p.m. 9.9 ft. I WANT to do away with everything behind man, so that there is nothing to see when he looks back. I was to take him by the scruff of his neck and turn his face toward the future! -Leonid Andreyev ALL PLASTI( FLOWEES PRICE II ill Monica Jo Wiges Dies In Seattle Marion J. Helser Taken By Death Monica Jo Wiges, 2430 No. Mr. Marion J. Helser, 2227 13th, Shelton, died last Thursday Washington St., died Tuesday in at Harbor View Medical Center in Mason General Hospital at the age Seattle at the age of 63 years, of 68 years. She was born March 23, 1907 He was born July 14, 1902 in in Kansas, and had lived in this Olympia, and attended high area for the past two years, prior schools in that city before moving to which she had resided in to Shelton. He was employed by Seattle. She was a member of St. Simpson Timber Co. for Edward's Catholic Church. approximately 15 years after She is survived by her which he worked for heavy husband, Victor, of Shelton; her construction companies as a mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Magnett, heavy equipment operator. Shelton; six sisters, Mrs. Mary He was a member of Mr. Brown of Junction City, Kansas; Moriah Lodge No. 11 F and AM Mrs. Floyd Satterlin, St. Marys, and of the IOOF lodge of Kan.; and Mrs. Lucille Myhre, Shelton. He had lived in the Mrs. Les Shelver, Mrs. Loretta Shelton area for the past 40 years. G o o d an d Mr s. Th elm a He is survived by his wife Robertson, all of Shelton; three Beulah of the home; two sons, brothers, George Magnett of Donald of" the U.S. Navy in Shelton and Willie and Adam California and Charles ofShelton; Magnett of Portland, Ore.; and a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte numerous nieces and nephews.Peterson, Hillsboro, Ore.; eight Rosary was recited at 7i30 grand-children; and his mother, p.m. Sunday in St. Edward's Mrs. Olive Cheadle of Shelton. Catholic Church, with a service A service was held Saturday at held at 10 a.m. on Monday in the 1 p.m. in Batstone Funeral Home church, with the Rev. Horace Mounts Father Gabriel officiated and officiating. Burial was in the burial was in Shelton Memorial Olympia IOOF cemetery. Park. In lieu of flowers it was suggested that donations be made either to Rainier School or to the Children's Orthopedic Hospital. VELOUR KITCHEN TOWELS Asst. prints & stripes. $1.00 value, if perf. High Low Precip. Dec. 30 51 35 .208 Dec. 31 47 36 .72 Jan. 1 43 32 Jan. 2 34 27 Jan. 3 32 29 Jan. 4 35 23 Jan. 5 37 21 Jan. 6 36 21 The extended outlook indicates that there will be rain or rain and snow mixed on Friday with a chance of showers on Saturday decreasing on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 40's and lows will be in the 30's. j PHOTO FRAMES 5x 7 and8 x 10. Choice: regular or non-reflect glass. Values to $2.79. III THEME BOOK "Red Quille" 3 hole, asst. colors. College or wide rule. Reg. 494. PKG, DIAPERS CHILDREN'S BOOKS FILLER PAPER 12 Birdseye diapers Rand McNally "Jr Elf .... Red Ouille" 300 absorbent, long wearing, assortment large count, college or 27 x 27 size Reg $2.19 select*on of books. Wide rule Reg. 98d. Reg. 25d, each. FOAMY SHAVE CREAM 11 oz. - Menthol, lemon-lime or regular. Reg, 97d TABLETS AND ENVELOPES "Red Quille" White, your choice. Reg. 49 each. Ill 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES EVERGREEN SQUARE SHELTON A harmful truth is better than a useful lie. Thomas Mann Ruth Sharick Dies In Michigan Ruth Pauley Sharick died in Pontiac, Mich. on December 23. She was born in Bucoda, Wa. on April 17, 1899, and came to Shelton in December, 1904 with her parents, the J. C. Pauleys, early Shelton residents. She resided in this area until the 1930's, and for the past two years had made her home with a daughter in Pontiac. Survivors include six sons; four daughters; numerous grandchildren; a sister, Naomi Purdy of Shelton; and several nephews and a niece, also of Shelton. Funeral and interment was in Seattle. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Sterling Pearson, 25, Shelton, and Linda Purvis, 18, Shelton. James Hickam, 61, Shelton, and Frances Fox, 54, Shelton. PIONEER Week of January 1 1-1 5 MONDAY -- Chicken noodle soup, crackers, tuna-lettuce sandwiches, dill pickles, pumpkin custard with whipped topping and milk. TUESDAY -- Split pea-beef-rice casserole, buttered carrots, hot buttered rye bread, peaches and milk. WEDNESDAY -- Baked meat-potato hash, buttered green beans, lemon jello with fruit and milk. THURSDAY -- Hamburger on bun, pickles, buttered corn, potato chips, strawberry shortcake and milk. FRIDAY -- Beef stew, crackers, buttered broccoli, raisin muffins, applesauce and milk. Supplement your child's diet with vitamins from Evergreon Evergreen Sqm.'e 426-3456 Penn-Prest white muslin 50% cottonl50% polyester Twin 72 x 104" flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 2.39 ....... NOW Full 81 x 104" flat or Elesfa-fit bottom. 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