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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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a'P ne hool Misse :t~ State House of Representativesestimated 25 per cent of the Port long, hard look at the inclusion of The snows have come and system. They are writing to a last week by Democratic Reps. Townsend economy), state institutions in Governor gone, leaving nothing worse for person in Viet Nam to find out Paul Conner and Charles Savage They said, however, that they Evans' super-agency, the the most part than a few soft side what life and people are like which will provide funds for the were more concerned with theDepartment of Social and Health roads. We only missed one day of there. ?~ continued operation of the Fort potential long-term harm to the Services. The sudden and badly school, and that was because of The Juniors had a very sir MASON COUNTY Mrs Edward Shafer reported Worden Treatment Center for state's nationally outstanding mishandled closure of institutions thaw and rain. successful bake sale Jan. 13 and ~~)rdceep-pr~~URT tu[r! ~ikii~!iiei~~]iI delinquent children at Port juvenile rehabilitation program, may be a symptom of more The end of the first semester la and increased their treasury by Townsend. "We feel the governor, or serious trouble.., the application was Wednesday, with report cards quite ~, bit. The bill provides for a whoever made the decision toof the computerized, big coming out on this Friday. maximum population of 150 boys close Fort Worden, was overly bureaucracy system to an agency Thursday a new semester TrEmble took care of the and girls, and an appropriation of impressed by ~hat may well be a charged with compassionate, began, with some changes of situation. Mrs. Walker is back now Gets Honors ginable~._WashmgtonStatePatrol was found open. _., $3,400,000 for the coming temporary reduction in the dedicated care of troubled scheduling that should result in and Mrs. Killough will probably ~. Richard Koch, 110 W. 1 lth Vehicles driven by..Lmaa biennium. Conner and Savage said population of juvenile centers", people", improvements for everyone, be able to return by next week. James A. Connolly, son of Mr. ,,m ijl~, Olympia, failure to keen right Craig and Gary Busack colttaea at they were confident the Conner said. "Many juvenile Last Saturday the ball teams The third and fourth grades and Mrs. James Connolly, ~'effot~Centerline, $15 forfeit;~Iom"-er First andMill. , institution can be operated on workers within the Division of In California travelled to LaCenter. They are learning personal cleanliness. Shelton, has achieved academic icularil~.mfield, Rt. 1, Box 582, trailer SHERIFF S OFFICE that basis within the amount of Institutions are openly concerned continue to improve their game, They are writing compositions honors for the fall semester at [mating while being towed, $15 The Lower Skokomish School money they propose, that the governor's faith in the Marine Set. Rodney F. Matye, but failed to come home with a about it. They are honoring the Gonzaga University in Spokane .~f:i:, Both legislators said they were long-term potential of the husband of the former Miss win. " students handing in the bestwhere he is a freshman. James, a be ;shM2L twine, 2029 was reported broken into andconcerned with the severe Juvenile Probation Subsidy Sandra M. L yman of Shelton, isSaturday night Napavine will papers in different subjects by biology major, was named to the plant I~' ,. , proper stopfour basketballs taken, economic impact of the suddenprogram in reducing institutional serving with the Fifth Marine play here. By then the team hopes putting the best ones on the"second honors" roll of students ss bee~ .parKing on roadway, $15 The Skyline Drive In and unplanned closure upon both caseloads may be unrealistic". expe ,~,elI'. _ . Theatre reported vandalism. Amphibious Brigade at the Marine to have bagged Wishkah Friday bulletin board for everyone to achieving G.P.A.'s of 3.0-3.5. He hich ~m:ra2nt~ernhagen,312Burns, Robert Whitener reported a the dedicated employees of the "Asa matter of fact", Conner Corps Base,Camp Pendleton,and be in" goodformto win see. institution, and the community in concluded, "1 think it might be Calif. Saturday. The third and fourth grades is a graduate of Shelton High anoth~,j P , peeding, $15 forfeit; motor bike taken. " a School. com'~bara Torres, 1219 Railroad, R.L. Medlock reported which it is located. (The Fort " ~lton, over center line, $15 cabin broken into. dried a car ~'-------------'--"- ....... -- ~feit; Carl Gleason, P.O. Box 7, George Cook rePbarrels ~dsport, follbwing too closely, hit mail boxes and oi " a cabin forfeit; Ronald Russell, PO Melvin Beck reported New Arrivals 59, Belfair, failure to stop at broken into. ~- sign, $15 forfeit; George Lake Arrowhead sales office 627 Bellevue, Shelton, )lic intoxication, $25 forfeit; Hanson, Rt. 3, Box 701, speeding, $15 forfeit; [mie Vercher, 909 S. Sixth, improper use of dealer tes, $15 forfeit; Tom Villines, 1, Box 180, Shelton, failure keep right of center line, $15 '~; Samuel Boderdeen, Rt. 1, t" 37, Lake Bay, over license )acity, $25 forfeit; Robert 1410 Ellinor, Shelton, while license suspended, days in jail, suspended, $65 ;; Frank Minor, Rt. 2, Box 92, driving over center line, forfeit; Robert Coates III, St. Box 38, Belfair, speeding, forfeit. Shelton Police Department Gregory Bina, Rt. 2, Box 15, possession of marijuana, months in jail, to be reviewed consideration of suspension 60 days. Sheriff's Office Paul Jatzen, 11120 108th St. Tacoma, negligent driving, fine; Bruce Hoard, Box 96, minor in possession of and hsuming liquor, driving on side of road, $70 forfeit.' Fisheries Department Ted Nelson, P.O. ,Box 223, over possession of $35 forfeit. Game Department Donald Johnson, P.O. Box Hoodsport, hunting ducks license, $25 forfeit; Johnson, P.O. Box 223, odsport, hunting ducks Rout license, $25 forfeit. Municipal Department Roy Clements, Cameron Shelton, petit larceny, 15 in jail; Rickey Aitken, 1017 defective equipment, forfeit; Dale Bracy, RE. 3, 342A, Shelton, speeding, to heed red light, $35 Bailey, RE. 3, Box disturbing the peace, $50 Boone Weddle, RE. 3, Box i A, Shelton, disturbing the $50 forfeit. r~UNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by Mason County Planner's during the past week were Howe Jr., residence, 4 8 0 0 ; Kitsap-Mason Workshop Inc., bunk $3,000. SHELTON POLICE Bill Hanna turned in a set of s he found. was broken into. An attempt to steal a boat motor from Sande Boat Works was reported. SUPERIOR COURT Divorce Decrees Divorce decrees have been granted to: Homer Shawver from Helen Shawver. Ralph Adair from Clara Adair. New Cases North Pacific Bank from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Logslett, collection on promissory note. Melvin Howe against Russell Johnson, judgement from King County. George Schnabel against Mr. and Mrs. Clint Willour, breach of contract. FIRE DEPARTMENT 1 0:45 p.m. Jan. 14, Roy Haney residence, 705 Franklin, too high voltage started fire in television set. Jan. 15, Brian Dye residence, 1735 Adams, electric heater too close to book case ignited wall and books, $100 damage tb house, $200 to contents. er High Low Precip. Jan. 14 35 27 .61 3 inches snow Jan. 15 48 28 1.58 2 inches snow Jan. 16 52 36 .61 Jan. 17 51 47 1.00 Jan. 18 48 42 1.28 Jan. 19 54 43 1.10 Jan. 20 47 36 .10 The extendedoutlook for Fridaythrough Sunday is for periods of rain with the high temperatures mostly in the 40's and the lows mostly in the 30's. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gray, Box 56 Lilliwaup, a girl, January 13. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Culik, St. Rt. 1 Box 25, Potlatch, a girl, January 15. Mr. and Mrs. Kerry L. Bland, 405 Dearborn, a boy, January 16. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. McConnell, 612 Ellinor, a girl, January 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. DeRoche, 519 Beaver St., a boy, January 18. Mr. and Mrs. Steve C. Faulkner, 1313 CoLa St. Space 5, a girl, January 19. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office, this week were: Gary Giffin, 18, Shelton, and High ....... 6:24 a.m. 13.6 ft. Susan Bloomfield, 18, Shelton. Low ......12:06 p.m.5.9 ft. p. Dean Reem, 23, Shelton, High ....... 5:12p.m. ll.3ft. and Karen Hodson, 17, Shelton. Low ......11:54 p.m.-1.6 ft. 2.4 feet. 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. Friday, Jan. 22 High ........ 3:00 a.m.10.4 ft Low ......6:48 a.m. 9.2 ft. High ...... 11:24 a.m.10.9 ft. Low ....... 7:36 p.m. -0.6 ft. Saturday, Jan. 23 High ....... 3:48 a.m. 11.3 ft. Low ....... 8:06 a.m. 9.4 ft. High ...... 12:18 p.m.11.0 ft. Low .. '. .... 8:24 p.m. -1.5 ft. Sunday, Jan. 24 High ....... 4:24 a.m.12.0 ft. Low .......9:06 a.m.9.2 ft. High ....... 1 : 18 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low ...... 9:06 p.m.-2.2 ft. Monday, Jan. 25 High ....... 5:00 a.m.12.6 ft. Low .......9:54 a.m.8.8 ft. High ....... 2:18 p.m.11.3 ft. Low .......9:48 p.m.-2.7 ft. Tuesday, Jan. 26 High ....... 5:30a.m. 13.1 ft. Low ......10:42 a.m.8.1 ft. High ....... 3:12 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......10:30 p.m.-2.8 ft. Wednesday, Jan. 27 High ...... 5:54 a.m. 13.4 ft. Low ...... 11:24 a.m.7.1 ft. High ....... 4:12 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ...... 11:12 p.m.-2.5 ft. Thursday, Jan. 28 and enjoy the finest in ! newest restaurant Puget Sound. your favorit bew red at the in Southern also serve too. Watch for our Grand Opening at... 6 miles south of Shelton on Highway 101 Take the time to shop every department. Bargains everywhere you look. Reg. $2 pair. Agilon stretch nylon panty hose with reinforced or nude heel in short, average, long or extra-long. 'Aurora' fiber glass draperies have a rich, nubby texture for today's casual decorating look. Hand washable, no ironing needed! Decorator colors. Many sizes at comparable low prices. 48x84 75x84 100x84 $ 150x84 $ ~0 Men's Sport Shirts that are PennPrest(tm) For easy care. In solid color oxford cloth and woven plaids. Sizes S to XL. Or,on /'S Sleeve Solids Short Sleeve Plaids Long Sleeve Plaid I I INFANT'S 2-PC. 23 ONLY MEN'S FRAGRANCES 89 SHEETS Now Solid Color Pencales 25 ONLY BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS ORIG. 2.98 NOW 5 Colors To Select From 11 ONLY 2 Sizes, Orig. 3.99 Now MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS ORIG. 5.98 NOW 2 ONLY 36 ONLY MEN'S JEWELRY CASES MINI HITCH PANTY HOSE ORIG.4.00 NOW ORIG. 3.50 NOW I ONLY 2 ONLY MUSICAL LIQUOR CASE TABLE CLOTHS 60x90 ORIG. 10.00 NOW ORIG. 8.00 NOW 4 ONLY 42 ONLY MEN'S LONG TIES NOW Gids' Coats & Jackets 26 ONLY MEN'S COTTON BRIEFS ORIG.11.00 TO 27.00 OR,G 2/122 Now 1ONLY $1 MEN'S CARDIGAN SWEATER NOW TO ORIG. 12.98 NOW 5 ONLY MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 60 ONLY ORIG. 3/5.00 NOW 2 ONLY MEN'S L/S SWEAT SHIRTS ORIG. 7.49 NOW 8 ONLY MEN'S WALKING SHORTS NOW --- --, ORIG. 2.00 NOW 1 ONLY MEN'S LT. WT. JACKET ORIG. 4.99 NOW FIRAL CLEARANCE 12 ONLY WO.EN'S L,.E. VESTS WOMEN'S JACKETS ORIG. 16/18 NOW I ONLY 13 ONLY WOMEN'S LEATHER JACKET HALF SiZE PLAID ORIG.29.00 NOW . ORIG. 26 NOW 3 ONLY 20 ONLY ELECTRIC SCISSORS NYLON QUILTS ORIG.6.99 NOW ORIG. 22.00 NOW 2 ONLY 25 ONLY QUEEN SIZE ELECTRIC BLANKET NYLON CHAIRCOATS ORIG.31.00 NOW ORIG. 19.00 NOW 2 ONLY 2 ONLY CONTOUR BATHROOM RUGS FAKE FURS OR IG. 3.98 NOW OR IG. 32.00 NOW 7 ONLY 3 ONLY 2-LB. ASST. CHOCOLATES NO WALt CORDUROY ORIG. 4.00 NOW ORIG. 25.00 NOW 2 ONLY 7 ONLY DECORATIVE MODEL SHIPS CORDUROY CAR COATS_ ORIG. 15.00 . ..~-- NOW ORIG. 24.00 NOW 53 ONLY 16 ONLY GIRLS' PiLE HATS PILE LINE PLAID ORIG. 4.00 NOW ORIG. 28.00 NOW 19 ONLY 9 ONLY SUEDE FRINGE PURSES WET LOOK VINYL ORIG. 5.00 NOW ORIG. 30.00 NOW II IIII I III 19 ONLY WOMEN'S RAIN COATS NOW FINAL ,, __ _, O.LY BOYS' JACKETS WOMEN'S CANVAS SHOES ORIG. 2.99 NOW :- Pre School Nylons 4 ONLY ORIG. 7.98 NOW WO'S SUEDE FASHION BOOTS ORIG. 15.99 NOW 3 ONLY School Age Nylons WO'S LINED FASHION BOOTS $ ORIG. 16.99 NOW ORIG.10.98 NOW 1 ONLY TWIN BEDSPREAD Prep Nylon $nap Front ORIG. 17.00 NOW ORIG. 9.98 NOW 1 ONLY KING-SIZE SPREAD ORIG. 25.00 NOW PrepLined C.P.O. ORIG. 14.98 NOW Corduroy Rancher so.,o co.o.,, o,'Pp~, .ow 3/77' o.,o. ,0.,,, NOW WAIST, PLASTIC FOOT. , SIZES I-4. "til 5:30 P.M. Daily Fri. "til 8:30 P.M. ii LI Thursday, January 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3