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"" " '" / • her COUNTY ISTICE COURT on the docket in Justice Court Glenn Corea during were : State Patrol Gott Jr., 1102 W. Birch, to stop at stop forfeit; James Merrill, Box 510, Belfair, 11'5 forfeit; Christopher P.O. BOX 464, Shelton, license tabs displayed, Gary Giffin, Rt. 2, Shelton, speeding, $15 Hanna, Rex defective brake $15 forfeit; Loren 5535 NE 55th, Seattle, passing, $15 forfeit; Smith,875 Fairmont, vehicle license, Loretta Bina, Rt. 2 3, Shelton, defective $15 forfeit; Michael t. Rt. 1, Box 64, Allyn, $15 forfeit; Raemon , 6505 NE 88th, r, speeding, $15 forfeit; .'eberg, 320 Park St., exhaust, $15 Morse, St. Rt. 1, Box defective brakes, steering, $30 forfeit; 1519 ('enter St., illegal use of vehicle ;25 fine; Jack Stuart, 395, Shelton, speeding, Department Carlson, ~19808 84th over possession of $35 forfeit; Gerald St. Rt. 10, Box 683, over possession of forfeit; Earl Minard, St. SW, Seattle, over ~.of oysters, $25 forfeit; Norwood, 18629 SE over possession of forfeit. Department Boozer, Bon ltomme 1, fishing for without license, $25 ; Max Gilbert, Bon Richard, Bremerton, game fish without $25 fine, suspended; Bon Homme l, fishing for without license $25 Charles Farmer, RLchard, Brcmerton, game fish withoat $25 fine, suspended; Bon Homme Bremerton, fishing for without license, $25 ice ~11 Christine, Rt. 1, F, failure to yield $25 forfeit; Patrick !Rt. 1, Box A67, Olalla, $15 fine; Donald Rt. 1, Box 991, speeding, $15 fine; Rt. 1, Box 1699C, leaving vehicle in unattended, minor tavern, $45 forfeit; St. Rt. 2, Box improper lane of while license $100 fine, 10 days in Francis McKnight, Southern, Seattle, driving, $25 fine, $20 Rt. 10, Box 4, Shelton, failure to comply with court order, five days in jail. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Ronald House, residence, $16,500; Elmer Beard, garage, $1,500; Jim Hodges, residence, $10,000; Jim Hodges, residence, $10,000; Orville and Edith Rupe, residence, $5,000; W.F. Springer, storage, $1,900; Howard Stevenson, Cabin, $3,500; Sun Industries, pump and storage house, $2,000; Ed Waddington, residence, $35,000. SHELTON POLICE Bill Bailey reported a mini-bike taken. Joe Walkup reported a newspaper rack taken. Robert Sergeant reporteda four-speed transmission taken. Gene Benedict reported his son's bicycle missing. Eva Church reported a record player and six records taken. H.P. Middleton reported fishing gear taken from his car. Vehicles driven by John W. Bennett and Jim Densley collided at First and Kneeland. Kenneth Ranf reported a newspaper rack taken. A vehicle driven by Greg Kadoun hit a telephone pole. Doug Farrell reported a bicycle missing. Mrs. Jerry Marshall reported a St. Bernard dog missing. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Carol Peterson reported a dog missing. Ernie Loertscher reported an oil barrell removed and placed in a ditch. LeRoy Sissons reported a power saw taken. William Hunter reported a tracter taken and driven into a ditch. Dan Schmidt reported a mobile home entered and a tape deck and tapes taken. Mike Worthy reported someone attempted to take a tape deck from his car. George Carlson reported a pump house, storage room and porch broken'into. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were signed in Mason C,~,,,~ty Superior Court for: Peggy Lovgren from Herbert l~ovgren. Richard Duggins from Alice Duggins. Lillian Elwood from Ralph Elwood. New Cases State Department of Revenue against Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ison, doing business as Northshore Chevron, unpaid tax. Pay N Save against Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dodge, debt. State Tax Commission against Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owen doing business as Timbers Resturant, unpaid tax. Grimm Collections against Robert Mobbs, transcript of judgement. High Low Precip. Feb. 25 46 34 .51 Feb. 26 45 30 - Feb. 27 38 29 .6 Feb. 28 42 21 .36 Mar. I 40 21 - Mar. 2 43 24 .13 Mar. 3 42 34 .53 There is a possibility of showers of rain or snow throughout Friday and Saturday, increasing on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the upper 30's and the low 40's, warming to the 40's by Sunday. Lows will be in the 20's, warming by Sunday to the 30's. Marriage tkenses Marriage licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: George C. Martin, 48, Seattle, and Betty J. Pinetta, 45, Seattle. Daniel Hess, 17 Union, and Christy Allen, 18, Union. J.A. Spaulding, 73, Hoodsport, and Alice Hanson, 49, Hoodsport. Robert M. Thompson Jr., 28, Bremerton, and Beverly Jackson, 25, Bremerton. Jerry Wilson, 33, Lacey, and Carolyn York, 37, Olympia. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Mar. 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. Friday, Mar. 5 High ........ 1:06 a.m.10.6 ft. Low ........ 5:42 a.m.8.5 ft. High ....... 10:24 a.m.10.2 ft. Low ........ 6:12 p.m. 0.7 ft. Saturday, Mar. 6 High ........ 2:18 a.m. 11.1 ft. Low ........ 7:30 a.m. 8.2 ft. High ....... 11:42 a.m.9.7 ft. Low ........ 7:18 p.m. 0.8 ft. Sunday, Mar. 7 High ........ 3:06 a.m.11.5 ft. Low ........ 8:42 a.m.7.6 ft. High ........ 1 : 00 p.m. 9.5 ft. Low ......... 8:18 p.m.0.8 ft. Monday, Mar. 8 High ........ 3:48 a.m.11.8 ft. Low ........ 9:24 a.m.6.8 ft. High ........ 2:12 p.m.9.6 ft. Low ........ 9:00 p.m.1.0 ft. Tuesday, Mar. 9 High ........ 4:18 a.m. 11.9 ft. Low ....... 10:00 a.m.6.0 ft. High ........ 3:06 p.m. 9.8 ft. Low ........ 9:42 p.m. 1.2 ft. Wednesday, Mar. 10 High ........ 4:42 a.m. 11.8 ft. Low ....... 10:30 a.m.5.2 ft. High ........ 3:54 p.m. 10.0 ft. Low ....... 10:12 p.m.1.7 ft. Thursday, Mar. 11 High ........ 5:00 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low ....... 10:54 a.m.4.4 ft. High ........ 4:36 p.m. 10.2 ft. Low ....... 10:48 p.m.2.2 ft. Department Selvidge, Rt. 1, Box lelton, speeding, $30 L. Cheney, St. Rt. 2, Shelton, negligent fine; Douglas Yorke, 446, Shelton, no $20 forfeit; Rex Ridge Rd., drunk in mg a public nuisance, M. Anderson, P.O. Lilliwaup, minor in of and consuming ;0 forfeit; Albert Rotz, Ave., Shelton, failure Care and caution, no license on person. $60 suspended; Dan Hood, and Saturday CYCLE SHOW! 3 :EATURES! lid Angels ry Stornpers,, • s Angels on LEADING GIRLS' DRESS AND PANT SETS Come see our special collection of girls' full length dresses with matching pull-on flare leg pants...we have five styles for, your young fashionables to choose from. Many pretty color combinations in sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. VEST SUITS A handsome belted vest tops off the smart flare leg pants. Royal blue or brown solid colors or red white and navy stripe in sizes 4 to 7. Edward R. Kroh Dies In Hospital Edward R. Kroh was dead on arrival at Mason General Hospital on Friday. He was 48 years old. He was born July 1, 1922 in Towson, Md., and served for 17 years with the U.S. Army. He had been a resident of Shelton for seven years, and was employed as security guard for Burns Detective Agency. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Erma Kroh of Shelton; a son, Tom, of Pasco; a daughter, Miss Becky Kroh, Shelton; a grand-daughter; his mother, Mrs. Rose Kroh, Baltimore, Md.; a brother, Albert Kroh, and a sister, Mrs. Alameda Francis, both of Baltimore. The Rev. Earl Evers officiated at a service held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 1 a.m. Tuesday. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Marjorie Askers Dies In Olympia A private funeral service for Majorie B. Akers was held in the Mills & Mills chapel in Olympia Tuesday afternoon. Cremation followed. Mrs. Akers, the former Marjorie Otterstedt, died at her home in Olympia on February 22. She had been a clerk in the Olympia City Clerk's office for many years and then had lived at Hoodsport for several years, before returning to Olympia. Suviving are two nephews, Harry Ollard, Tacoma, and Neil Ollard, Gig Harbor; and a niece, Mrs. Katherine A. Garnett, Tacoma. The family suggests that memorials be made to the Heart Fund. Fair Group Sets Meeting The annual area meeting for fairs, sponsored by the Washington Fairs Association, will be held March 13 at the Evergreen Inn at Olympia. This meeting is for all the fairs in Western Washington. It replaces the northwest and southwest area meetings of the past years. The program was planned by a committee from eight fairs. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the program starts at 10 a.m. and adjourns at 4 p.m. ;%%%%%%%%%-- Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pulsifer, Star Rt. 1 Box 170, a girl, March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Gish, 436½ Fairmont, a boy, March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Lewis, P.O. Box 325, a boy, March 2. Katrina Frances was born in McCleary on February 26 to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen James. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wentz Eagle and Mr. and Mrs. Ray James, all of Shelton. Evergreen Selection of the first group of students to be admitted in September, 1971 to Evergreen State College at Olympia occurred last week. Director of Admissions David Brown said that a special review team, composed of admissions personnel and faculty members, selected about six dozen 1971 high school graduates and college transfers who have made final application, since recent publication of the college catalog. Those chosen thus far will be informed by letter of their selection within the next few days. Evergreen, authorized by the 1967 legislature and the first public four-year college to be created in Washington since the 1890's, opens to 1,000 students next September. Brown said that although Evergreen's catalog was mailed only in the first week of February, the college has received 1,100 preliminary applications, more than half of which were accompanied by a required $15 non-refundable processing fee. "Those who have made preliminary applications have been sent copies of our catalog, along with Evergreen's supplemental admissions form," Brown explained. "Those applying in the future will be sent the same materials. "We ask each student to read the catalog thoroughly and then fill out the supplemental form - which is unique to Evergreen - and return it to our office. The supplemental form is designed to determine whether a student understands Evergreen's programs and to be sure there is a proper match between his academic and career goals and college resources." Final review of each application begins only after receipt of the supplemental form. "We expect to be admitting students on a first-come, first-served basis from now until May," Brown said. "Lots of positions are still open because the selection process has just begun." Brown said that the first group selected for admission to Evergreen includes high school. and community college students from such areas as Olympia, Bellevue, Seattle, Tacoma, Port Angeles, Mercer Island and Shelton, plus individuals from other locales across the state. Steven Earls Is Promoted Steven H. Earls, son of Mrs. La Rene A. French, The Dalles, Ore., recently was promoted to army specialist five while serving with the 402nd Transportation Company in Vietnam. Spec. Earls is a clerk with the company near Long Binh. He entered the Army in March 1969. He is a 1968 graduate of Watonka High School. His father, Steven H. Earls, lives in Shelton. 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