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March 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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March 18, 1971

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COUNTY COURT on the docket in OUnty Justice Court Glenn Correa during Week were: Perry Rose reported a road grader broken into and two first aid kits, a fire extinguisher, a flashlight and an axe taken. Michael Lee reported a tire and wheel taken. State Patrol 13016 14th NE, while intoxicated, five days in jail, suspended 30 Adams, St. Rt. 1, Shelton, no valid on person, $15 Orr, Mason Lake failure to keep line, $15 forfeit; 1522 Ridge Rd., driving while $155 fine, five days Uspended, license 30 days; Douglas 3, Box 346A, Port no valid operator's rson, $15 forfeit; P.O. Box 12, driving, $25 Dean, USS Lion, Bremerton, $50 forfeit. Sheriff,s Office Root, 1819 Winfield, creating a public 40 days in jail, provided he remain Mason County one SHELTON POLICE Lillian Nesbitt reported a garage and a camper trailer entered. Chuck Hamstreet reported a wallet and a watch taken. Vehicles driven by Ruth Ann Smith and Lewis Wilson collided at Highway 101 S. and Arcadia. Lyle Coleman reported two bowling balls and bags and two pair of bowling shoes taken from a car. Mrs. Mable Johnson reported a generator taken from a car. The door to Lumberman's was found open. A window was found broken in a telephone booth. Harold Hublein reported vandalism to a car. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were signed this week for: Pamela Edgbert from Albert Edgbert. Joan Giles from Richard Giles. New Cases Neal George against Vivienne ent Henderson, collection on note. Hensler, St. Rt., Box Io, failure to yield Richard Seward against the 0 oncoming traffic, State of Washington and Robert R. Raines, superintendent of , Goldie Dale, 414 Washington Corrections Center, drunk in writ of habeas corpus. forfeit; Dale Alex Kessack against Robert t. 3, Box 148, Raines, superintendent of the the peace, $25 Washington Corrections Center, 914 N. writ of habeas corpus. )la, disorderly Frank Muto against Robert fine; Pa tricia Raines, superintendent of the 5, Box 228, Washington Corrections Center, Conduct, $100 writ of habeas corpus. Niemeyer, 137 driving while Gerald Still against Robert fine, five days Raines, superintendent of ended, license Washington Corrections Center, 1 To 5 Yd. Pc. Reg. to 8.00 Yd. 38 Yd. Bonded Orlon Acrylic Reg. to 4.00 yd. Yd. 45" 50% Polyester 50% Cotton Twill Fabric Reg. 1.49 45" SPORTSWEAR PRINTS Reg. 1.29 Vd. PERMA PRESS PRINTS Reg. 1.00 Yd. 100% COTTON TERRY PRINTS 45" Wide Reg. 2.00 Yd. Peter Dodge, writ of habeas corpus. , Shelton, drunk in Vilner Stevens against Blanche forfeit; Retta Bell, Jack Bowman, Charles Rt. 2, Box 567, Trobridge and Guy Beckwith, COnsuming liquor; personal injury. 105 NE 86th, Mason County Federal Credit minor consuming Union against Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cosgrove, collection on note. !,BUILDING PERMITS Bedell Drilling Co. against Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robinson, lein Permits approved by foreclosure : : ; County Planner s the past week were CITYBUILDiNG:PERMITS residence, $5,000; Building permits approved by rt, $2,381; Marvin the City of Shelton during the room, $750;Fred past week were to Mud Bay cabin, $1,000; Realty, residence, $14,500; Mud n, remodeling, Bay Realty, residence, $14,500. VlcReynolds, A building permit was ilding, $3,000; approved by the city of Shelton try and storage during the past week to Glenn Cecil Wiswell, Watson, residence, $18,000. OFFICE FIRE DEPARTMENT os reported March 5, Marie Kubik in the Arcadiaresidence, 205 E. Pine, fire in garage, no damage. reported a March 5, 7:40 a.m. Simpson area. Timber Co. Insulating Board OUn reported Plant, fire in dust and fibers in PepPergren reported dryer. Sorting Yard Clearing Starts Clearing and grading is underway on a 70-acre tract of Simpson Timber Company land ten miles west of Shelton, announced Bruce Coombs, logging manager. The project is the initial work on a log sorting facility to select logs to supply each Simpson manufacturing plant in Shelton or any outside trade as needed. reported a reported a mail reported a ith reported a a license Senn reported a ~d a motor reported two a from a trailer reported an The land being cleared is canned goods along Simpson Timber Company's main line railroad below the d t ~ reported a merging of the Camp Grisdale and [Our PUPpies Camp Govey tracks. reported a chain reported a tape a Small, ld. After the clearing, a 1 mile spur track will be installed as part of this initial construction. Access roads will be built as the work progresses. Simpson timberlands personnel and equipment are being used on the project. Get the Fertilizer that's ri|htl 0-4 ORGANIC aOLb" )95 SPECIAL Miny Other fertilizers now at low prices at FARMERS Closed , Sun. & Mon. COTTON/DACRON BROADCLOTHS Special Price SHOE DEPT. DRESS WEIGHT PRINTS Special Price BATH TOWELS Reg. To 4.00 Ea. BED PILLOWS Standard Size Reg. 4.98 Yd. Ea. THERMAL BLANKETS Reg. 6.98 Riviera Table Cloths 54 x 54 9 9 Reg. 3.99 54 x 72 Reg. 4.99 54 x 108 Yd. Reg. 5.99 Finely FleXible , Glove Leather "e.'" 12.99 Above: BONE GLOYE LEATHER Also Available: Straps in Black and Brown Below: WHITE GLOVE LEATHER BONE GLOVE LEATHER 99 CROSSTOWN They caress your foot with such tenderness you'll float along as if on a cloud. Each step is a miracle of comfort.., and the styling is a beauty to behold! Valubs to $20.00. Now Shoe Shown: Dark Brown or Tan. II NIGHT TILL 8:30 LADLES DEPT. "OVER 100 DRESSES REDUCED BELOW COST Reg. To 18.00 59 Now 3F Ilk Days Only R Ea. MANY OTHER DRESSES REDUCED TO SAVE YOU UP TO MEN'S DEPT. LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS REG. 5.59 NOW 3 FOR OFF REG. RETAIL 20 DRESS COATS Reg. 49.95 Now 3 only Fur Trimmed LAST CHANCE REG. 78.00 NOW 9 2-pc. Knit Suits Reg. to 29.95 Now 4 Knit Suits Reg. to 40.00 Now MATERNITY OFF REG. 88 ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S TIES 100 OFF REG. RETA I L S.S. DRESS SHIRTS 3 FOR BELIEVE IT OR NOT CLOTHING RETAIL Large Group OFF L ,. ,, . REG. aa,es 3porrswear RETAI L ----- WHITE STAG- 3 GREAT COLORS kx" 7 TO 14 SIZES " GIRLS' PANTSUITS 3 To 6X Reg. 8.98 NOW 7To 14 Reg. 9.98 NOW Large Group Girls' Sleepwear _ ,,,= OFF REG. R ETA I L GIRLS' Reg. To 4.00 99 1 Doz. Babys' DIAPERS BABY GIFT REG. 2.50 Girls' Wrangler Jeans- 7 to 14 PKG. 98 EA. ACCESSORIES DEPT. PR. LADLES SCARVES PANTY HOSE Reg. to 3.00 Ea. HANDBAGS NEW SPRING 88 100% W00t SHARKSKIN New Spring Styles - Solids and Asst. Fancys. Reg. 89.90 All New Suits 2 FOR 9500 ~' 'Men's Orion '9 9 Acrylic Knit REG. 5.00 2 Shirts Washable NOW iJ SPORTSHIRTS F STA-PRESS ' |! REG. TO 7.00 , O MEN'S S. SLEEVE ' SPORTSHIRTS REG. 4.59 EA. 3 ~ 10 LARGE GROUP MEN'S SHIRTS ALL NEW FASHION STYLED F REG. TO 14.00 3 MEN'S KNIT T-SHIRTS 3 ol0N AND SOLIDS R ,i MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS MEN'S STRETCH SOCKS ,EG.,.s0 P,. FOR MEN'S SPRING JACKETS FOR DAC/COTTON FOR BOYS' LONG SLEEVE SPORTSHIRTS STA-PRESS BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORTSHIRTS STA-PRESS REG. 3.00 EA. 67 BOYS' KNIT LONG SLEEVES SPORTSHIRTS NEW STRETCH WIGS 3 GREAT STYLES Reg. To 24.99 NOW Reg. To 5.00 REG. TO 5.00 2, FOR , 01 FOR oe REG. 2.98 Thursday, March 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3 I