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January 14, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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regaining )iding ather interest ning Andy for the C o m missi0 Use Plan / the Z~ ocument lan legi before 3n. their rei MASON COUNTY forfeit; Thomas Criswell, P.O. JUSTICE COURT Box 47, Elma, speeding, $15 ~ppearing on the docket inforfeit. on County Justice Court ire Judge Glenn Correa during Sheriff's Office )ast week were: Ward Beachem, general delivery, Shelton, being in )efore we! Washington State Patrol physical control of motor vehicle 't know it 2arol Rounds, Rt. 5, Box while under the influence of le agenda[ Shelton, failure to signal intoxicants, $125 forfeit; Charles I hope .~ passing, $15 forfeit; Marvin Parker, 1516 Delaney, Shelton, ~h, 511 Grant St., Shelton, driving while intoxicated, driving geachmettred vehicle license, $15 fine; while license suspended, $165 9mmission e Allen, P.O. Box 36, fine, five days in jail, suspended, mmissione adsport, no Washington license suspended 30 days; John m with us 'ator's license on person, $15 Aaro, P.O. Box 31, Lilliwaup, lk over c( ,=it; Wilbur Bolender, Rt. 1, petit larceny, 10 days in jail; Mrs. Ca 212, Hoodsport, speeding, William Hadden, Rt. 2, Box 140, )resident. forfeit; John Cochran, Rt. Brinnon, speeding, $25 forfeit. this film Box 345, Olympia, negligent the count ing, $1 25 forfeit; David Municipal Department rives." 'ey, 1332 Ridge Rd., Shelton,Albert L. Johnson 1511 tsiness mre to signal left turn, no Olympic Highway S., Shelton driving without lights, speeding, ;in at 7:30 ator's license on person, $30 blic are int Donald DePoe, Rt. 4, Box resisting arrest, $30 fine, five days well as t~ Shelton failure to stop at in jail, suspended; Jeffery White, i sign, $15 fine; Fred Hawks, Rt. 3, Box 607, Shelton, Trlr. Ct., Shelton, no vehicle supplying liquor to minors, $100 ~nse displayed, $20 forfeit; forfeit; Betty Strutz, 202 Lake ~ard Hoag, Rt. 2, Box 203, Blvd., negligent driving, $150 ~.ton, failure to signal when forfeit; Thurman Speer, Rt. 1, .~g, $15 forfeit;Bruce Hoard, Me ridian, Texas, minor 996. Union, negligent driving, consuming liquor, three days m I forfeit;Gregory Hughes, 1703 jail. ares, Shelton, no valid SHERIFF'S OFFICE license on person. $15 Allen Matthews, 130 W. Port Angeles, improper on curve, $20 forfeit; Johnstone, P.O. Box 23, waup, failure to dim $15 forfeit; Norman 520 Sky Way, Grants Ore., speeding, $15 forfeit; Randall, St. Rt. 1, Box 85, ateh, defective equipment, stopping on roadway, forfeit; Steven Tibbits, Rt. 3, 354 Shelton, speeding, $15 'eit; Charles Wicken, 2316 St., Shelton, failure to stop sign, $15 forfeit; Felix Jr., RE. 5, Box 306, public intoxication, $25 Harvey Burwell, 511 W. st., Vancouver, negligent $15 forfeit. Caalim, 1418 E. Oak mpia, illegal possession of $50 forfeit; Glenn 506 N. L St., Tacoma, while license privilege $95 fine, five days in suspended; Darryl Eayrs, Rt. 932, Bremerton, physical of motor vehicle while icated, $150 forfeit; Free, 3822 E. 14th,. kcouver, improper passing, too closely, expired er's license, $65 forfeit; John ee, 11216 E. Riverside Dr., ell, improper passing, $15 Joseph Knight, 717 Shelton, failure to stop at P sign, $15 forfeit; Harry anix, USS Patrick Henry, being in physical of a motor vehicle while lcated, $125 fine; Larry se, 642 Dearborn, failure to yield right of r, $15 forfeit; Daniel Schmidt, 5, Box 845; Shelton, illegal of intoxicants, $50 :; George Schmidt, RE. 1, Box , Shelton, illegal possession consumption of intoxicants, fine; Merlin Short, RE. 10, 139, Shelton, defective Ikes, $15 forfeit; Kenneth USS Patrick Henry, failure to keep right center line, $15 forfeit; Wilson, Rt. 10, Box 500, public intoxication, $20 "-; Pamela Manning, 121 Cedar, failure to stop at stop ;n, driving while license ~pended, $140 fine, $100 Douglas Stephens, Rt. failure to dim speeding, $40 forfeit; gory Cornell, Box 674, improper passing, $15 The Hood Canal Junior High School and Lower Skokomish School were broken into. Gasoline was also taken from several school busses. Ken Lake reported a break-in in which a chain saw, rifle and fishing pole were taken. Mrs. Thomas Mayte reported , she found personal papers belonging to several persons in a davenport she had purchased at an auction. Christto Tobias reported a residence broken into. Donald Albert reported a break-in. Chet Leeburg reported a car engine taken. Mrs. Bruniak reported items taken from her daughter's apartment. Jerry Maury reported windows in a house broken. Dell Adams reported windows in a house broken. SHELTON POLICE A hole was found cut in the fence around the PUD storage area on Mt. View. Pete Kneeland reported caps taken from two Mag wheels on his car. Vehicles driven by Marcella Hepburn and Dean Taylor collided. Phil Sharpe reported a carburator taken. A vehicle driven by Ricky Aitken hit a stop and street sign at First and Harvard. Holly Pettyjohn reported parts taken from a car. The door to the PUD 3 warehouse was found open. Fred Pharris reported a car drove over his lawn. Walt Parsons reported a coat taken. FIRE DEPARTMENT Jan. 10 - 3:55 p.m., fire in electric range at the May BUrgess residence, 658 Cascade. SUPERIOR COURT~ Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: Laurel Grunert from Garth Grunert. Dorothy Peters from Donald Peters. New Cases Richard Sharer against Byron Bailor, Jerry Hart and Ray Hart, doing business as Hart Brothers Logging, claim for damages. Richard Sharer against Dennis Yonkers, claim for damages. High Low Precip. Jan. 7 39 32 .05 Jan. 8 47 34 .06 Jan. 9 49 45 .13 Jan. 10 48 36 .92 Jan. 11 43 30 .45 % inch snow Jan. 12 36 25 .18 1 inch snow Jan. 13 36 25 .30 3 inches snow The extended outlook for Friday through Sunday calls for periods of rain, with hij~a temperatures ranging from 35 to 45 Degrees and the lows in the 30's and the upper 20's. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seymour, Rt. 10, Box 500, a boy, December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Younger, 1305 Ridge Road, a boy, January 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutt, Star Rt. 1, Box 85, Litliwaup, a girl, January 10. Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Bina, Rt. 2, Box 622, a girl, January 10. It's a boy For Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Fye, 220 So. 5th, Shelton. He was born on January 8 in Madigan General Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fye of Moscow, Idaho. These tides are for the Union Area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. 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. Friday, Jan. 15 Low ......12:36 a.m.0.8 ft. High ...... 7:48 a.m. 12.6 ft. Low ....... 1:48 p.m. 5.9 ft. High ....... 6:42 p.m. 9.4 ft. Saturday, Jan. 16 Low ...... 1:12 a.m. 1.9 ft. ttigh ....... 8 : 12 a.m. 12.4 ft. Low .......2:30 p.m. 5.2 ft. High ....... 7:42 p.m. 9.0 ft. Sunday, Jan. 17 Low .......1:48 a.m. 3.2 ft. High ....... 8:37 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .......3 : 12 p.m. 4.4 ft. High ....... 8:54 p.m. 8.6 ft. Monday, Jan. 18 Low ......2:24 a.m. 4.6 ft. High ....... 9:06 a.m. 11.8 ft. Low ....... 4:00 p.m. 3.6 ft. High ...... 10: 12 p.m, 8.4 ft. Tuesday, Jan. 19 Low .......3:12 a.m.6.0 ft. High ....... 9:36 a.m.11.5 ft. Low .......4:54 p.m.2.8 ft. Wednesday, Jan. 20 High ...... 12:00 a.m.8.6 ft. Low ....... 4:06 a.m. 7.4 ft. High ...... 10:06 a.m.11.2 ft. Low ....... 5:48 p.m. 2.0 ft. Thursday, Jan. 21 High ....... 1:48 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low ....... 5:24 a.m. 8.5 ft. High ...... 10:42 a.m.11.0 ft. Low ....... 6:42 p.m. 1.1 ft. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: John Pettis, 34, Aberdeen, and Brenda Minks, 19, Aberdeen. As a part of an audit of the Mason County Federal Credit Union as of December 31, 1970,, the Supervisory Committee has distributed statements of account to members. statement of directly with: all If you do not receive your account, please communicate Mrs. Arlene Doak, Chairman Supervisory Committee P.O. Box 621 Shelton, Washington 98584 t. I B e 15% to 25%. Penn-Prest white muslin 50% cotton'50% polyester Twin 72x104" flat or ~ Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 2.39 ............. NOW Full 81x104" flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 2.99 ......................... now 2.37 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg. 2 for 1.59 Now 2 for 1.37 Penn-Prest muslin 'Blossom Boutique' print 50% cotton/S0% polyester Twin 72x104" flat c Elasta-fit bottom, Reg. 2.99 .............. No' Full 81x104" flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 3.99 ................ :'. Now 2/7.00 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg. 2 for 2.39 Now 2 for 2.00 Penn-Prest muslin fashion colers 50% cotton 50% polyester Twin 72X104" flat or, h~ Elasta-fit bottom. IIgV Reg. 2.99 ............. Now Full 81x104" flat or Elasta4it bottom. Reg. 3.99 ................... Now 2/7.00 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg. 2 for 2.39 Now 2 for 2.00 Penn-Prest white percale 5(}% cotton/50% polyester Twin 72 x 104" flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 2.99 ......... NOW Full 81 x 104" flat or Elasta-fit bottom. Reg. 3.99 ..................... NOW 3.37 Pillow cases 42 x 36". Reg. 2 for 199 ........... Now 2 for 1.67 ! Nation-Wide*-~ white muslin Cotton muslin. 133 count* Twin 72x108" flat or Sanforized~" Elasta-tit bottom Reg. 1.99 ...................................................... Now Full 81x108" flat or Sanforized~ Elasta-fit bottom Reg. 2.29 ............................................. Now 1.68 Pillow cases 42x36" Reg. 2 for 1.09 .. NOW 2 for .85 "bleached and finished, i 143 I for $ Reg. 2.50. Cross-over cotton bra with nylon lace upper cups. Elasticized with rayon/ cotton/spandex/nylon. A, 32-36; B, C, 32-40. D, 32-42, reg. $3, now 2 for $5 Reg. $6. Long leg panty girdle of nylon/Lycra spandex. Back panel is acetate/cotton/Lycra spandex. Sizes S-M-L-XL. Reg. $7. Reinforced elastic criss-cross girdle of nylon/rayon/Lycra~ spandex. Average or tall lengths. Sizes S-M-L- XL-XXL. for Reg. $3. Cross-over bra with Dacron polyester fiberfill padding. Nylon lace upper cups. Elasticized with nylon/ Lycra spandex. A, 32-36; B, 32-38. for $ Reg. 2.75. Cotton lined Reg. $9. Panty girdle of nylon lace bra. Back nylon/rayon/Lycra'~ section of cotton/ spandex with reinforcing Dacron~ polyester. A, elastic bands. Average 32-36; B, 32-42; C, 32-44. and tall lengths. Sizes D, 32-44, reg. 3.50, S-M-L-XL. White now 2 for $6 or black. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. LIMITED QUANTITIES! SHOP EARl ,YI 35 ONLY MEN'S FRAGRANCES REG. 3.00 45 ONLY BOYS' SHIRTS REG. 2.98 NOW . NOW 11 ONLY GIRLS' SWEATERS ORIG. 2.98 NOW 6 ONLY GIRLS' PRINT PANTS ORIG. 4.00 NOW 3 ONLY GIRLS 3PC. PAJAMAS ORIG. 3.98 NOW 15 ONLY MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS ORIG. 2.50 NOW 18 ONLY MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS ORIG. 5.98 NOW 2 ONLY MEN'S JEWELRY CASE OR IG. 4.00 NOW 1 ONLY LIQUOR CARRYING CASE ORIG. 13.95 NOW 1 ONLY MUSICAL LIQUOR CASE ORIG. 10.00 NOW 4 ONLY MEN'S FOUR-IN-HAND TIES ORIG. 2.50 . NOW 50 ONLY MEN'S COTTON BRIEF ORIG. 2/1.22 NOW 10 ONLY MEN'S COTTON T.sHIRTS ORIG. 2/1.22 1 ONLY MEN'S CARDIGAN sWEATER ORIG. 12.98 NOW 5 ONLY MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS OR IG. 3/5.00 NOW 15 ONLY MEN'S L.S. SWEAT sHIRTS ORIG. 2.49 ~..NOW I $ 3 ONLY MEN'S FLANNEL PAJAMAS ORIG. 2.50 NOW 6 ONLY MEN'S WALKING SHORTS ORIG. 2.00 , i 2 ONLY MEN'S LT. WEIGHT JACKETS ORIG. 4.99 NOW NOW 12 ONLY MEN'S FRINGE LEATHER VEST ORIG. 14/11.98 NOW 31 ONLY BOY'S HEAVY JACKET ORIG. 16.98 NOW 21 ONLY BOY'S SNAP-FRONT JACKETS ORIG. 9.98 NOW 8 ONLY WOMEN'S PILE VESTS ORIG. 16.00 NOW 5 ONLY WOMEN'S SHAG VESTS ORIG. 18.00 NOW 1 ONLY WOMEN'S LEATHER JACKETS ORIG. 30.00 NOW 3 ONLY WOMEN'S WOOL CAPES ORIG. 29.00 NOW 31 ONLY WOMEN'S QUILT NYLON JACKETS ORIG. 22.00 ,,, I NOW 3 ONLY GIRLS PILE LINED COATS ORIG. 20.00 NOW 1 $ $ $ $ 1 $ 18 ONLY GIRLS' COATS & JACKETS ORIG. 14/18.00 NOW -- -- ,,a Ni |ill 3 ONLY ELECTRIC SCISSORS ORIG. 6.99 NOW 2 ONLY QUEEN-SIZE ELECTRIC BLANKET ORIG. 31.00 NOW 34 ONLY WOMEN'S HALF SLIPS ORIG. 5.00 NOW I Illl I 2 ONLY BATH ROOM RUGS CONTOUR ORIG. 3.98 NOW 3 ONLY TOILET LID COVERS ORIG. 2.19 L 11111 I T I fl 4 OZ. SKEIN ORLON SAYELLE YARN 10 BOXES 2-LB. ASST.CHOCOLATES ORIG. 4.00 NOW i |1 NOW NOW 2 ONLY DECORATIVE MODEL SHIPS ORIG.15.00 NOW $ 9 ONLY WOMEN'S HEEK SUEDE JACKETS ORIG. 24.00 NOW 31 ONLY GIRLS' PILE HATS OR IG. 4.00 NOW Sd 4 ONLY WOMEN'S RAIN COATS ORIG. 24.00 NOW 7 ONLY WOMEN'S HALF SIZE JACKETS ORIG. 26.00 NOW $ 2 ONLY WOMEN'S BETTER PILE JACKETS ORIG. 32.00 NOW 15 ONLY HEEK SUEDE FRINGE PURSE ORIG. 5.00 NOW Sd 81 ONLY WOMEN'S DRESSES $ NOW TO 27 ONLY WOMEN'S FASHION RAIN COATS$' NOW 10 ONLY WOMEN'S CANVAS SHOES ORIG. 2.99 NOW "H II I ] 4 PR. SAND BRUSHED WOMEN'S BOOT ORIG. 15.99 NOW 6 PR. WOMEN'S BETTER LINED BOOTS ORIG. 16.99 NOW $ y. y 14, 1971 County ge 3