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March 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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March 25, 1971

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Baptists Slate Lucy M. Foster Walter H. Rea Skokomish CB Group Has Washington State Patrol Brevig, Rt. 5, Box 114, lying while fine, five days ;nded, license days; James Dies In Belfair Dies In Hospital"" ran"e,., r e-ree Team To Coffee Break The Northside Baptist Mrs. Lucy M. Foster, Belfair, Walter H. Rea, Hoodsport, The CB Social Group met for a coffee break at the Agate Church, Olympic Highway North died March 17 in her home. She died Saturday in Mason General Give Work At Meeting Grange Hall Saturday. Mr. and and C streets, will hold revival was 75 years old. Hospital. He was 70 years old, meetings March 28 through April She was born Sept. 27, 1895,and had been a resident of Mrs. Jack Yeck were host and MASON COUNTY Ralph Endicott reported a 4. in Aldrich, Mo., and had lived in Hoodsport for the past 14 years. By MARY VALLEY Montesano spent the weekendhostess for the evening. JUSTICE COURT pony missing. Rev. Gilbert Skaar will be the the Belfair area for 51 years. She He was born April 13, 1900 in SKOKOMISH - This Friday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. earing on the docket in evangelist and his wife, Greta, will was a member of the Belfair Howard, Kansas. He was a Navy evening, at 8:30 p.m. the Bert Deyette. Jack Yeck Jr., and family, Pat LOUnty Justice Court Mrs. Jack Gray reported a direct the music. Community Baptist Church. veteran of World War II; he was a Skokomish Grange third and Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley, Peck, Patty Yeck, Janie Yeck, Mr. Udge Glenn Correa during chain saw taken. The program will start at 7:30 She is survived by two sons, member of Southgate Masonic f o u r t h D eg r e e team will Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley and and Mrs. Lloyd Robertson; Mr. Week were: Bill Besch reported a tape p.m. each evening. Jesse of Belfair, and Homer of Lodge No. 247 F and AM and aexemplify the Degree work at the Mrs. Alice Crossan attended the and Mrs. Chuck Nutter and son; Brazilia, Brazil; three daughters, past patron of Southgate OEShall in the Skokomish Valley. All deck and 20 tapes taken. Louis Jofiff reported a pistol taken. Lance Willhite reported a rifle, record player and speakers, tape deck and tapes taken. R.L. Bixenmann reported a Lake Blvd., bicycle taken. , driving while Dennis Bachel reported a coat d, $125 fine, $50 taken. , five days in ~:}~, Perry McDonald reported a SUspended 30 d y." house broken into. t, 1828 Walker Parr: Mrs. Melvin Guy reported a driving while fine, five days :nded, license days; Dahle 524 Belfair, forfeit; Eleanor Box 485, Belfair, forfeit; Anthony Caocade, Shelton, forfeit; Bill M. speeding, failure of center line, $I 5 McDonald, Allyn, license on forfeit; Thomas Box 9, Lilliwaup, passing, $15 P.O. on, defective me, $10 suspended; 1612 Ridge Rd., Parking, found Charles 1, Box 409 $15 forfeit; P.O. Box 151, brakes, failure to ring of keys lost. Bob Sanders reported people taking oysters. Launi Bennett reported a stereo taken. FIRE DEPARTMENT March 21, 11:20 a.m., Jerry O'Leary residence, electric fire. March 19, W.G. Henderson residence, 212 Wyandotte, chimney fire. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were signed for: DeWayne Isbell from Debbie Isbell. Raymond Hash from Mary Hash. New Cases Washington Service Co. against Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hurd, transcript of judgment. SHELTON POLICE City Police assisted the Sheriff's Office in checking a report of gas siphoning at Taylor Towne. Vi Stickley reported an abandoned car in the parking lot at her real estate office. Jim Evans reported a spool of telephone wire in the roadway on Jefferson St. Windows were reported broken in the disposal plant. A car driven by David Guyer and parked vehicles owned by Diane Eddy and Thelma Bartlett were involved in a collision. Del Hartwell reported a key taken from a Post Office vehicle. Carl Sabe reported a wallet and a flashlight taken. Keith Anderson reported a These programs are open to the public, says Rev. Paul Butterfield, pastor of the church. New A " Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bassett, Rt. 2 Box 895, a girl, March 17. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Delph, 1818 Summit Dr., a boy, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Heinitz, Rt. 3 Box 50, a boy, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Luther J. Cowan, Rt. 5 Box 570, a girl, March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Powers Jr., 1410 Ellinor, a boy, March 22. operator's Fredrick 44th Ave. E., failure to keep line, $15 forfeit; 2026 Adams St., a public Department 3350 269th St., )OSsession of oysters, HOWard Johnson, S., Federal Way, of oysters, $50 Larimer, 33305 possession of Rt.$15~ Mrs. Mary Deputy and Mrs. Helen Christensen of Shelton, and Mrs. Katherine Barnes of Bonifay, Fla.; 36 grand-children; 21 great-grandchildren; three brothers, D.W. McKinney, Paradise, Cal., and Homer and James McKinney of Chelan Falls, Wa. ; three sisters, Mrs. Edna Cooksey, Taft, Cal.; Mrs. Gladys Meade of Milton Freewater, Ore., and Mrs. Ona Bradshaw of Phoenix, Mo.; and numerous nieces and nephews. The Ray. Wendell Harder officiated at a funeral held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Belfair Community Baptist Church. Burial was in the Belfair Community Cemetery. WHEN I see someone burn the American flag, or show the flag of North Vietnam, I get the idea he's not very friendly. Spiro Agnew Sept. 9, 1968 Chapter No. 190. He is survived by his wife Ellen of the home; a brother, Albert, and two sisters, Miss Susan Rea and Mrs. Esther Bain, all of Seattle Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by Batstone Funeral Home. Child Classes Classes to be taught by Mrs. Anthony Bisser on care of the new born infant and child safety in the home, which were scheduled to start today have been postponed until 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Dr. James Worley is in charge of the well child clinic in Mason County. Further information can be obtained from the Mason County Health Department at 426-4407. the Granges in the County are invited to bring their candidates. The refreshments after the meeting will be 'pot luck'. April 3 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Skokomish Grange will serve an oyster supper, also chili, pie and coffee, $1 for adults, .50 cents for children under 12. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson of Shelton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin of Matlock Saturday. This Sunday the Skokomish Community Church will have a pot luck dinner following the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter had as their dinner guest on Thursday evening, Miss Marlene Geraud who is teaching missionary children in the Ivory Coast Academy in West Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mikesell of Quinalt, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson and family of Hi Low Precip. March 18 50 27 - March 19 54 27 - March 20 63 29 - March 21 53 28 - March 22 52 39 .7 March 23 51 38 .63 March 24 55 39 .51 The extended outlook is for periods of rain through Saturday with showers on Sunday. High temperatures should be in the upper 40's and low 50's with the lows mostly in the 30's. first and second degree work at Shelton Valley Grange hall last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter attended the Northwest Christmas Tree Association meeting and tour in Salem, Ore. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson drove to Seattle last Thursday where they stayed overnight with their son Arian and family and attended the Seattle Schools Fine Arts Festival. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, March 25 High ....... 3:42 a.m.12.4 ft. Low ....... 9:48 a.m.3.4 ft. High ....... 3:36 p.m.11.0 ft. Low ....... 9:48 p.m.1.5 ft. Mrs. Charles Keith and son; Garth Grunert, Marie Utter; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lund and girls; Don Yeck; John Healy; Mr. and Mrs. John Cook and family; Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Lund; George Churns; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Watters; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harsh and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wheaton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coates Injustice is relatively easy to bear; what stings is justice. Henry Louis Mencken ARIENS TILLERS WW Compost Grinders FREE DEMONSTRATION! FREE INFORMATION ON ALL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE GARDENING! GEORGE Rt. 3, Box 17 This year Scotts early-season sale is bigger and better than ever. It's the Super EarlyBird SALE! bike taken. Friday, March 26 Two boys. oneage 12andone High ....... 4:12a.m. l:,,, these best-selling lawn products ant age 16, were arrested in Low ......10:30a.m. 1.7ft: 521 Dearborn,connection with the theft ofHigh ....... 4:36p.m. l l.5ft. minor frequentin )SSession of falsg bicycles. The 12-year-old was Low ....... 10:36p.m. 2.5ft. to days in jail; charged with petit larceny and the ..... Jr., Rt. 11, Box 1 6-year-old with possession of Saturday, March 27 stolen property and referred to High ....... 4:42a.m. 12.6ft. Super fertilizer for lawns Easy way to stop pan annua - Speeding, $35 juvenile authorities. Low ......11:12 a.m.-0.5 ft. Rt. 3, Box $90 fine; CoLa St., $90 Box 44, $50 St. Rt. drunk in Michael ~on, care and '; Thomas North too closely, Peck, 2236 loitering at )nduct, $150 SUSpended; Dearborn, ~ntnsumption of . t driving, $100 PERMITs by 'S Week were e, ,000; cabin, cabin, Letha Quinn reported a High ....... 5:36 p.m.11.9 ft. wheelbarrow taken. Low . .. I 1 : 24 p.m. 3.6 ft. Russell Denny reported Sunday, March 28 speakers and tapedeck tapes taken from a car. High ....... 5:12 a.m. 12.6 ft. Mable Johnson reported a Low ...... l l:54p.m.-1.5 ft. starter taken from her car. High ....... 6:36 p.m.11.9 ft. J.C. Diaz reported a dog Monday, March29 poisoned. Low ...... 12:06 a.m.4.8 ft. Bob Cardwell reported glasses High ....... 5:48 a.m. 12.4 ft. taken from a car. Low ...... 12:36 p.m.-2.0 ft. Irene Locke reported a key High ....... 7:36 p.m. 11.8 ft. taken. Tuesday, March 30 Low ......12:54 a.m.5.9 ft. ~-----.--- ___ ~ _ High ....... 6:24 a.m. l 1.9 ft. Low ....... 1 : 24 p.m. -2.0 ft. Marriage Licenses High ....... 8:42 p.m. 11.5 ft. Wednesday, March 31 - =-----------------------------~ Low ....... 1:48 a.m.6.9 ft. Applying for marriage licenses 7:00 a.m.11.3 ft. in the Mason County auditor'sHigh ....... Low ....... 2':18 p:m. -1.5 ft. office this week were: High ....... 9:54 p.m.11.1 ft. Antoneo Czerewatz, 23, Seattle, and Donna Sondergaard, Thursday, April 1 32, Tacoma. Low ....... 2:48 a.m. 7.6 ft. Charles Missman, 27, Port High ....... 7:48a.m. 10.5 ft. Orchard, and Leona Pierce, 43, Low ....... 3:18 p.m. -0.8 ft. Bremerton. High ...... 11 : 12 p.m. 11.0 ft. Loans for all kinds of homes, new and used. First Bank has the money, plus a hundred years of experience, that can make your home financing a snap. SHELTON BRANCH 426-8295 ogs the Super Turf Builder, the high greening-power fertilizer for western lawns. It's made by the exclusive Polyform pro- cess, that releases its nutri- ents over a prolonged period --as the grass needs them. There's no wasteful over- feeding, or surge growth to cause extra mowing. Just a greener, sturdier lawn. Save $4 on 10,000 sq ft bag LgJ 14.95 Save $2 on 5,000 sq ft bag 7.95 Save $1.10 on 2,500 sq ft bag A,4Tf 4.35 Halts. Simply spread it on your lawn in early spring to stop pan annua before it starts. HALTS forms an invis- ible barrier that knocks off pan annua as it sprouts. A second application in !ate summer completes the year's treatment by stopping fall germination. A terrific bar- gain at this sale price. Save $2 on 5,000 sq ft bag.9,OS" 7.95 Choice of Scotts grass seed Here's your chance to save on two famous Scotts blends containing WINOSOR, the im- proved variety of Kentucky bluegrass. Given time to de- velop, Windsor builds mag- nificent green turf that takes wear and tear. It is available in blends containing 70% Windsor or 35 % Windsor. Blend 70 Save $2 on 2,500 sq ft box.gJ) 7.95 Blend 35 Save $1.80 on 2,500 sq ft box )5- 7.15 Moss and fungus control Scotts PLUS-M, the lawn moss and fungus control that simultaneously full-fertilizes your lawn. Plus-M takes care of leafspot, snowmold, dol- larspot plus other diseases. Gives your lawn the same prolonged feeding as Scotts Super Turf Builder too. All from a single application. Save $2.60 on 5,000 sq ft bag 12,#6"10.35 Save $1.50 on 2,500 sq ft bag 6.00 authorized COOKE 426-2574 Eves. LUMBIRMEN'S retailer Of Shelton 426-2611 USE YOUR BANK CARD reported taken, a set, four reported on Private StOdden reported a LIT| "Building Mason County" Thursday, March 25, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3