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February 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 25, 1971

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i!i ? COUNTY COURT on the docket in County Justice Court Glenn Correa during Were: ton State Patrol [d Roberts, 9424 E. Puyallup, no valid vehicle license, $15 Edward Daniels, 1933 Dr., Shelton, failure to stop sign, $15 forfeit; St. Rt. 2, Box failure to keep center line, $15 forfeit; Goetz, 105 NE 89th, tver, no Washington r's license on person, 1 consumption of $65 forfeit; John 5, 'Box 407, Shelton, driving, $125 forfeit; Baze, Rt. 5, Box 277, no 1971 vehicle license $10 forfeit. Sheriff's Office J. Brooks, 1022 Turner, driving while license 10 days in jail, Department Schonians Jr., 12524 over possession of $50 forfeit; Henry S. 116th, Seattle, of oysters, $50 ~ame Department Schrader, Box 161, :er, fishing in closed forfeit. Department Province, Rt. 2, Box minor consuming 50 fine; Dan Hood, Rt. Shelton, improper lane iel, $15 fine; Edward 1408 W. Main, Elma, :onsuming liquor, $50 Peugh, Rt. 1, Box minor in possession $50 forfeit; Allan ~t. 5, Box 250, speeding, Autumn Byrd, Rt. 5, , Shelton, minor Ling liquor, $50 fine; Buchanan, Rt. 1, Box negligent driving, Harold Young, St. Rt. A, Shelton, drunk in ;25 forfeit; Dan Hood, Morton, Tacoma, using license plates, no license on person, $50 Busack, Rt. 3, Box 2, consuming liquor while vehicle, blocking with vehicle, $65 fine; St. Rt. 2, Box 7, failure to signal, failure right of way to $35 fine; Gregory 1705 Summit Dr., to yield right of way, while license suspended, BUILDING PERMITS permits approved by County Planner's the past week were Anderson, garage, C.V. Collier, residence, Jim Cornelius, retaining $1,000; Karl Jahns, $20,000; Everett Lind, $800; Terry McKean, $16,000; Willard addition to residence, Fred Puliciccio, vacation $2,000; Bernard Scales, ace, $13,500; Sherwood Builders, residence, Stanley Trimble, cabin, $4,400; Delbert i repair bulkhead, $500. POLICE Stites reported a tape Peterson reported tampering with his car , was parked at the high ice Wiley reported gas a car. reported fishing dozen eggs, gasoline and can taken from his Minish turned in some had found. Christianson turned in a found. Kent reported a chain & TOYS While they astI 220 COTA C. F. Boswell reported a tire taken from his car. Karen Robb reported a driver's learner permit and other papers taken from her purse. Mrs. George Lewis reported gasoline siphoned. Mrs. Terry Patton reported a purse lost. Art Fitchett reported a chain saw and gasoline taken. William Neal reported a cutting torch taken. Mrs. Deloris Jackson reported the front tires and headlights taken from a car. Mrs. Dick Bower reported lawn chairs removed and thrown in an alley. Glen Parker reported a garbage can turned over. Rocks were found thrown through windows at Mt. View School. Ray err reported an attempted fuel theft from his truck. Mrs. Clyde Brewer reported $15 taken from a billfold, seven tapes and a tape deck taken. She also reported a garbage can taken at a later time. Mabel Jackson reported a voltage regulator taken. Stewart Biehl reported a wallertaken from a car. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Ben Peckham, add to residence, $2,500; Pacific, Northwest Bell, storage trailer and small office, $500; Merv Settle, commercial building, $60,000. FIRE DEPARTMENT Feb. 21, 2:10 p.m., car fire, Bill Lundquist residence, 1305 Ellinor. SHERIFF'S OFFICE S.H. Bell reported a sail boat lost. Someone was reported removing parts from cars at the Golden Pheasant Tavern. Judy Johnson reported a dog taken. Mrs. Don Cormier reported obscene words written on a house. Mrs. Jessup reported a boat found. Mrs. Dushell reported she found a, ring, Thelma McCormick reported someone broke into her house. SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Montgomery Ward Co. Inc. against Mr. and Mrs. Dale Evans, breach of contract. LeRoy LaMont against Shelton Trailer Sales and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wagner, breach of contract. CoUin Morris against Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deemer and Deemer Construction Co., collection. A LIFE which does not go into action is a failure; and this is just as true of a prophet's, a poet's, or a scholar's life as it is true of the life of a "man of action," in the conventionally limited popular usage of the term. Arnold J. Toynbee Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Ronald D. Young, 22, Shelton, and Billie Peek, 18, McCleary. Stanley Jones, legal, Shelton, and Lois Gorman, legal, Shelton. Harvey Farrimond, 20, Shelton, and Pamala Tabor, 17, Shelton. Ti es These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Feb. 25 High ....... 5:06 a.m. 13.0 ft. Low ......10:54 a.m.4.6 ft. High ....... 4:24 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......10:54 p.m.-0.8 ft. Friday, Feb. 26 High ....... 5:36 a.m. 13.2 ft. Low ......11:36 a.m.3.2 ft. High ....... 5:24 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......11:36 p.m.1.1 ft. Saturday, Feb. 27 High ....... 6:00 a.m. 13.2 ft. Low ......12:24 p.m.1.8 ft. High ....... 6:24 p.m. 11.4 ft. Sunday, Feb. 28 Low ......12:24 a.m.2.6 ft. High ....... 6:36 a.m. 13.1 ft. Low ....... 1:06 p.m. 0.9 ft. High ....... 7:35 p.m. 11.1 ft. Monday, March 1 Low .......1:06 a.m.4.1 ft. High ....... 7:06 a.m.12.8 ft. Low .......2:00 p.m.0.4 ft. High ....... 8:42 p.m.10.7 ft. Tuesday, March 2 Low ....... 1:54 a.m. 5.6 ft. High ....... 7:48 a.m. 12.3 ft. Low ....... 2:54 p.m. -0.7 ft. High ...... 10:00 p.m.10.3 ft. Wednesday, March 3 Low ....... 2:48 a.m. 7.0 ft. High ....... 8:24 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low ....... 3:54 p.m. -0.5 ft. High ...... ll:36p.m. 10.3 ft. Thursday, March 4 Low ....... 4:00 a.m.8.0 ft. High ....... 9:18 a.m.10.9 ft. Low ....... 5:00 p.m.0.5 ft. High Low Precip. Feb. 18 52 38 .19 Feb. 19 49 33 .30 Feb. 20 50 31 Feb. 21 42 34 - Feb. 22 49 34 .28 Feb. 23 48 40 .08 Feb. 24 49 41 .85 The extended outlook is for periods of rain with showers on Friday and decreasing over the weekend. High temperatures will be in the high 40's and lower 50's with the lows in the middle 30's and the lower 40's. MAKES IRONING ALMOST FUN . .. Sunbeam steam or dry iron is lighter, heats faster. Switch from dry to steam and back instantly. Thumb-tip heat control in the handle. (WS0085-3) LATEX INTERIOR FLAT WALL PAINT Dries in 1 hour. Long wearing, washable, no paint Odor; soap and water clean up. 15 colors and white. Custom colors available at slightly higher prices. (GC2600 Series) Alfreda Koenig Dies In Bremerton Alfreda J. Koenig of Hoodsport died Tuesday in Harrison Memorial Hospital in Bremerton. She was 60 years old. She was born Jan. 9, 1911 in Schenectady, N.Y. and came from there to Hoodsport six years ago. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and of the Hood Canal Woman's Club. Survivors are her husband, Reinhold, of the home; a son, Ronald, of Estacada, Ore.; a daughter, Miss Ruth Koenig of Eugene, Ore.; two grandchildren, Reinhard Wulfrum Koenig and Kristine Reinhilde Koenig; four sisters, Mrs. Ann Leonard, Scotia, N.Y., Mrs. Sophie Stevens, North Billerica, Mass., and Mrs. Camille Cesaro and Mrs. Irene Douglas, both of Schenectady. A funeral will be held in the United Methodist Church at 10 a.m. Friday with the Rev. Horace Mounts officiating and burial in the Shelton Memorial Park. Donations to the United Methodist Church are suggested in lieu of flowers. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Arvid P. Harvey, Matlock, a boy, February 17. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne V. Wright, 428 Henry St., a boy, February 18. HOWEVER BRILLIANT an action it should not be esteemed great unless the result of a great motive. Francois de La Rochefoucauld Doty R. Staley Dies In Hospital Dory R. Staley, 1612 Ridge Road, died February 16 in Mason General Hospital at the age of 67 years. Born in Oklahoma on March 26, 1903, Mrs. Staley had lived in this area for the past 47 years. She is survived by a son, Richard Staley Jr. M.D. of Freeport, Me.; three daughters, Mrs. Arma Hartman of Chico, Cal., Mrs. Martha Hoosier, Shelton; and Mrs. Almarie Stacey, Olalla, Wa.; a sister, Mrs. Teressa Jones, Altamont. Ran.; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Pastor Gareth Ellis of the Seventh Day Adventist Church officiated at a service held in Batstone Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Friday. Burial was in Glen Oaks Memorial Park in Chico. Ellen T. Gosser Dies In Tacoma Mrs. Isaac (Ellen T.) Gasser of Tacoma, died February 17 in a Tacoma Hospital. She was 90 years old. She was born Dec. 11, 1880 in Oswego, Ore., and lived in Shelton from 1902 until 1945 when she moved to Tacoma. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lavina Swanson, Tacoma, and Mrs. Violet Rudd, Seattle; three sons, Alvin S. Gasser, Seattle, Eldred Gasser, Tacoma, and Lawrence I. Gasser, Shelton; 12 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. A service was held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Mountain View Garden Chapel, Tacoma. Burial was in the Masonic section of Shelton Memorial Park. Quartet To Appear Here The Challengers Quartet will be in the Shelton Foursquare Church Feb. 28 for the morning worship service which begins at 11 a.m. This is a group of men who sing and testify of the love of Jesus Christ wherever the door opens. The Challengers are the host group for the 'Northwest Gospel Sing' concerts in and around the Portland, Ore. area. They have appeared with such artists as the Blackwoods, Stamps, Statemen, Blacwood Singers, McDuff Brothers and John Hall. The manager of the group is Darrell Kennedy who works for KPDQ AM-FM, Inc. and is 'Mr. Gospel Sing' on the station Saturday evenings. Breakfast Held Tuesday The Challengers Quartet Karl Herrmann, state insurance commissioner, was the speaker at the Third Annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast at the United Methodist Church at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. The breakfast was attended by local men who had been invited. Serving as master of ceremonies was Bruce Horgenson. Scripture readings were by Dr. Karl Sears, Old Testament, and William Hunter, New Testament. Herbert Vonhof presented a vocal solo accompanied by Dr. Douglas Larson. Mayor Frank Travis spoke to the group and introduced Herrmann. The invocation was given by Rudy Oltman and the dedicatory prayer by John Moskeland. Get the Fertilizer that's rightl 6-10-4 80 Lbs. SPECIAL Many other fertilizers now at low prices at FARMERS 407 S. 1st 426-4373 means some prove it. 33 ONLY Women's Better Jackets ORIG. 15.88 21 ONLY Women's Bras 7 ONLY Women's Girdles 54 ONLY Women's Half Slips 21 ONLY Women's Knee hi 34 ONLY Women's Knit Tops 14 ONLY Women's Knit Pants NOW 10.88 NOW 1.88 NOW === NOW NOW NOW 5 ONLY Women's Uniforms ORIG. 9.00 NOW NOW 13 ONLY Women's Sweaters ORIG. 2/3.99 5 ONLY Women's Skirts ORIG. 7.00 NOW NOW 5 ONLY Women's Jumpers ORIG. 7/8.88 __ NOW 18 ONLY Necklace & Earring Sets NOW ORIG. 3.00 69 ONLY Men's Sport Shirts NOW 2/5.00 50 ONLY Men's Flare Leg PantS NOW 21 ONLY Men's Jackets NOW 108 ONLY Men's 8.-oz, Canvas Gloves 3/1,00 _ NOW 6 ONLY Men's Woven Sport shirt Sow 3/5.00 4 ONLY Men's Flannel Palareas NOW 396 ONLY REDUCED Towels & Wash Cloths 4/1.00 12 ONLY Kapok Bed Pillows 24 ONLY Decorative Pillows 115 YD. Polyester DOuble Knits 71 ONLY Tier & Valance Sets 21 ONLY 40x81 Panels 36 ONLY Fatigue Mats 14 ONLY Pinch Pleated Shorties ORIG. 4.49/17.00 NOW 20 ONLY Solid Tier Curtains ORIG. 2.49/3.98 15 ONLY Girls' Pants 30 ONLY Girls' Pant Sets I 67 ONLY Girls' Bikini Briefs 19 ONLY Infants Pant/Top Sets 75 ONLY Boys' Crew Socks 36 ONLY Boys' Fashion Jeans 3 ONLY Boys' Flannel Pajamas 2 ONLY Men's White Work Shirts SOILED 2/1.00 1.66 NOW 1.44 NOW yD. 3.33 NOW 1.44 NOW NOW TO 12.88 NOW 1.88 & 2.88 NOW 1.99 II NOW 2.88 & 3.88 NOW 3/1.00 III 1.77 NOW 3/1.00 NOW NOW 1.99 NOW Made: Choose from hundreds of beautiful fabrics -- do it now and save. These draperies will be made to any size with Penney quality workmanship, many fine details usually found only for dollars more. To measure: ......... :::::-:7 .................. ..................................... I: c -~.--~ " i iL L_ tA L JL_It_J L_JL_JL_/ I 7--]r-] U/ JL___J -]F-- Width: measure from (G) to (H), or simply the width you want to cover. Length: For ceiling to floor length, measure (A) to (B). For regular floor length measure (C) to (D). For sill length measure from (E) to (F). Add 3 inches if you want below-sill length. Bring these measure- ments in and we will recommend the proper size draperies. II III 41 ONLY Boys' Jackets GREATLY REDUCED! 4.22 8.22 SHOP DALLY TO 5:30 P.M. FRIDAYS 'TIL 8:30 P.M. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3