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April 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 1, 1971

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Carl R. Dodge, 22, Rt. 3, Box 9, Shelton, was arrested last week by Shelton Police on charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of marijuana. He was booked into the Mason County Jail and was released on personal recognizance on the charges. The vehicle charge involved a car which was reported stolen out of Seattle. A 17-year-old juvenile, who was in the vehicle with him, was remanded to juvenile authorities. Not Guilty Plea Given Pameula Manning, 22, Shelton, pleaded not guilty to a charge of possession of dangerous drugs. She appeared in Mason County Superior Court before Judge Robert Doran to enter her plea to the charge. Her trial on the charge was set for the February, 1972 jury term. Burn Permits Are Delayed The Department of Natural Resources announced here this week that the date for burning permits has been moved up to April 15. Permits normally start March 15, but, the date was changed to April 1 because of the wet weather. The wet weather has continued, so the date after which permits will be needed has been extended now to April 15. BOY SCOUTS from Troop recently. COU Group oes Fourteen Boy Scouts from Troop 1 1 2 along with Scoutmaster Keith Anderson and assistant scoutmasters Eldon Reed and Ran Fletcher camped out at Lake Isabella March 19-21. The theme for the month of March was orienteering. The boys worked on map reading, compass reading, tracking and trailing along with the camp set up, cooking and clean-up techniques. A fishing camp out is planned tentatively for Panhandle Lake for April 24-25. The theme for the month of April is nature. Troop 112 was reorganized about a year ago and is in the 112 camped at Lake Isabella ampln process of rebuilding. Plans are for a camp out once a month or oftener, with the help of troop fathers. Troop meetings are held at Bordeaux School Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The troop is seeking additional members. el The Shelton High School honor roll for the first semester includes 21 students who have straight A grades. Those on the honor roll are: SOPHOMORES 4.0 Students: Stephanie Gill, Brian Grinnell, Lora Maynard and Leonard Williams. 3.0 and better Lucy Abe, Bruce Bamford, Dorothy Barnes, Patsy Batstone, Cheryl Bedell, John Boggs, Sharon Booth, Diane Bourgault, Sana Brewer, Barbara Brigham, Jill Brooks, Barbara Bunch, Cynthia Burbank, Kris Carte, David Casey, David Caulfield, Terry Clark, Linda Cochran, Patrick Davidson, Tracey Demiero, Paul Dwyer, Hours Are By MORLEY KRAMER Extended library hours today were announced by Dr. L. Frank Maranville, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Shelton Public Library. The new hours will be noon until 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday on a trial basis during April and May. Library use increased by eight per cent in 1970. This February showed a 19 per cent increase over last February in the number of items checked out. It is hoped the ten additional hours per week will meet the public demand for more library service. If the public utilizes the facilities during the additional hours, the Board of Trustees will attempt to provide the additional hours on a regular basis. Liscense Hood Canal School Suspension Upheld By Court Judge Doran turned down an appeal from Byron Hayden, Shelton, on the suspension of Hayden's driver's license by the Department of Motor Vehicles for failure to take a breathalyzer test under the implied concent law. Hayden contended the State All usual polling places will be open next Tuesday to vote a 20 year bond issue to support the construction of a new Shelton High School that will be built on Mountain View. Hood Canal School District is following Trooper who had arrested him did ~_ ~. make_ it ~ to him he would instruct~qns under state law for take the test. ,.oo o. .. NM Students read Hayden his rights at the time he was arrested. Win Awards Young Democrat Head To Speak Mark Stensager, president of the State Young Democrats, will be the speaker at the Mason County Democrat Central Committee meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the court house. Stensager is interested in starting a Young Democratic organization in Mason County. Studded Tires Should Be Off The Washington State Highway Department announced today that automobiles with studded tires will not be allowed on the state highways after April 1. The department reminded motorists that the law permits the use of the studded tires only between Nov. 1 and April 1. All vehicles, including school buses and commercial vehicles, in addition to private vehicles are affected by this law, and will not be able to use studded tires after April l. WHEN WE say of a gentleman that he lives elegantly on nothing a year, we use the word "nothing" to signify something unknown; meaning, simply, that we don't know how the gentleman in question defrays the expenses of his establishment. William Thackeray Several students from North Mason School received honors in the Kitsap County Science Fair over the weekend. Kathy McKaig, a seventh grader at North Mason, was awarded the prize for the best project in the fair and first place in the seventh grade. Jim Lane, also a seventh grader, received honorable mention. In the eighth grade, Bob Blevins received a first place award; Rick Anderson and Barbara Van Buskirk both second places, Marilyn Davis and Alene Becker, third places and Cheri Yost, honorable mention. There were more than 500 projects entered in the science fair. John Esarey was the teacher in charge of the project at North Mason. Top Juniors To Be Honored The annual program, sponsored by Mt. Moriah Masonie Lodge here, to honor the top juniors in Shelton High School has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. April 16 in the Masonic Temple. Speaker for the program will be Alden Jones. Music and entertainment will be provided by Rev. Marvin Moe. Ken Frank will be chef for the dinner. The committee in charge of the program is chairmaned by Martin Musser. f 00'1111111~0Q000000 0000.9111~ ~ ANNOUNCING : I INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA I IS NOW REPRESENTED BY : t.o,,,,,= S.,T. : : U.l cE AG=.c, : 1 ' Insurance is our onlF business"426.3317 J L 116 N. 2nd j Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 1. 1971 Vote On non-high school districts help to the serving high school, Shelton. Voters are asked to be well informed on the issue as the failure at the polls could have far reaching consequences. High school students from the , Canal area .have volunteered a door to door campaign to help~ explain the issue for April 6. Saturday night will see a "Jam Session" in the new cafeteria for those who volunteered to work to pass the bond issue. Music will be furnished by local bands from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. The board of directors, Chuck Linder as chairman, will, also include two very small levies on the ballot to retain Miss Shawn Goenen and to hire a full time principal for the district, levies run for one year. School Monday Hood Canal Schools will make up a day lost because of snow on Monday, April 5 and the remainder of the week will see a spring vacation. Judge Rules In Holt-Valley Suit Judge Robert Doran, in a memorandum opinion filed iri Mason County Superior Court, granted George Valley a judgment for $628.70 against Howard Holt and Holt a judgment against Valley for $229.70. Doran heard testimony in the case last month. The case involved a television and a drier which Valley had sold to Holt and an advertising ........... which had beer] made for advertising in the Shelton Daily Log, of which Holt is publisher. In the case, Holt did not contest the amount owed for the drier, but, contended money was due him under the advertising contract which would cover the cost of the television set. After the purchase of the television was made and the advertising contract signed, a dispute arose between Valley and Holt over what the terms of the deal were. LIFE IS an end in itself, and the only question as to whether it is worth living is whether you have enough of it. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Meeting Tonight The Grapeview School Board will have a special meeting at 8 p.m. today in the Grapeview School to hear representatives of the State Department of Public Instruction and the Shelton School District discuss the new Shelton High School. The meeting is open to the public and anyone interested is welcome to attend, the school board said. Voters in the~ district will vote next Tuesday on a bond issue to raise their share of the money needed for the new school. The meeting had originally been planned in the Grapeview Fire Hall, but, was moved to the School after it was found the Fire Hall was to be in use that night. Pauley Wins Barb Pauley won the nine hole competition Tuesday when the Bayshore women golfers got together for their weekly play. Dorothy Todd and Nora McPherson won the 18 hole competition played for hidden holes. Come To Our OVER $2000 IN PRIZES! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON SALE! 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Mark Lewis, Kay Linn, Belinda Lyons, Melody Lyon, Janice McCleary, Camella McMillin, Chuck Martin, Stephanie Martin, Cheryl Molinero, Teresa Murray, Larry Nolin, Thomas Noreen, James Oakes, Jeffrey Palmer, Elaine Pappas, Anne Phillips, Elizabeth Poe, Christine Rickards, Karen Robb, Elsie Savage, Timothy Sayan, Ardis Schmiege, Randy Stevens, Monte Stoehr, Ruth Stout, Valerie Strickland, Robin Tibbits, Daniel Updike, Karen Ward, Wendy Webb, Steve Williams, Roxanne Wilson, Cynthia Wokojance, Dodi Wotton, Amanda Wright, Richard Yates, Sharleen York, Rebecca Younglund, Gregory Zeller, Rowland Zoller. JUNIORS: 4.0 Students: Mike Connolly, Susan Edson, Sharon Gain, Susan Hamilton, Judy McCleary, Ran Starr and John Waring. 3.0 and better: Kim Aitken, Susan Atwood, Bill Bacon, Brad Banner, Patti Barnett, Bill Barren, Luayne Bartz, Carolyn Bennett, Melissa Bergeson, Kathy Blanton, Terry Bostrom, Brian Bredeson, Kelly Buechel, Randy Churchill, oll Is epo Nancy Dayton, Dan Deffinbaugh, Roxie Dosser, Debra Eastgard, Randy Endicott, Julie Farrimond, Laura Fisher, Tim Fitzthum, Karen Frost, Jan Goodpaster, Bill Gray, Suzi Gruver, Denise Guyer, Gladys Hall, Mike Hays, Jamie Hickson, Debra Hoosier, Pat Isbell, Richard James, Jerry Johnsen, Jim Johnsen, Kathy , Jones, Peggy Ketterling, Terry Knauf, Jim Kneeland, Mike Larsen, Michelle Lee, Randy Linder, Debra Long, Zora McCallum, Holly Manke, Nancy Maranville, Dan Maynard, Leroy Morrison, Wendy Nye, Jeffery Okano, Ann Oliviero, Jeanne O'Neill, Susan Rains, James Rogerson, Gloria Schmidt, Peggy Smith, Sharon Smith, Loralee Stevenson, Merrilee Stewart, Vicki Stoner, Patti Sutton, Pam Tabor, Lois Thomure, Lisa Tylczak, Leslie Vanderwegen, Julie VanLaanen, Rick Walker, Diane Walter, Neal White, Janet Wiley, Debra Witcraft, Cynthia Yargus, Sherrie York. SENIORS: 4.0 Students: Liz Grinnell, Kathy Halvorson, Denise Herrick, Jenny Jensen, Linda Koch, Judy Laugen, Dan Nye, Larry Olli, Chris Radcliffe, Debby Shawver. 3.0 and better: Debbie Allen, Linda Auseth, Julee Archer, Mike Bac, Barb Bamford, Sandy Baskin, Betsy Batstone, Cathy Bennett, Mike Bevis, Dan Bolender, Becky Brand, Gary Burger, Susan Busack, Christine Carlson, Rebecca Chapman, Georgia Clayton, Bruce Cole, Carol Cowling, Debby Crabtree, Jan Dean, Don Depoe, Kevin Dorcy, Elson, Wendy Evers, Lorraine 1 Fredson, Don Gay, Pebble Gesche, Sheila Gruver, Joan Lark Hamlin, Kim Gall H asBroU Haworth, Myra Hills, Rocky Howard, Linda Kaszycki, Loretta Kilbourne Jim Kimmerly, Diana Kokett, Charles Kunkle, Jenny Lanman, Bruce Lemagie, Glen Lovgren, Denise Mann, Bob Marti Maynard, Sandra Mell, T{ Marilyn Mounts, Linda Okonek, Randy Palmer, Pavel, Julie Pitts, Paul Rogerson, Dc Marlene Schmidt, Maxine Schmidt, Robin ShuffenhS Smith, James Smith, Cindy Stal St arkey, Peggy Stole,Linda Stone. 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ONLY Sportsroof, 8 cylinder, four speed transmlsslon~ foam padded seats, competition suspension, cobra identification, 7 inch Wheels with Hub caps, black two tone hood, exposed hood lock p ns br ght exterior molding, Color keyed nylon carpeting, courtesy lights, belted tires with raised white letters, white /m/ 429 CID 4V cobra 8 cyl. engine, vinyl seat trim, select-s'hlft crulse-o-matic, F60x15 wide oval belted WSW/ralsed white letters, power steering, Power front disc brakes, AM tad o, Dual rear seat speakers, deluxe belts/warning lights, color keyed racing mirrors, magnum 500 chrome wheels, tachometer 8,000 RPM, Reg. $4211.25 ;711.251 i l Our Service Dept. is open Johnson Bus Bill Pauley Bob Jim 426.11t', MI. View at Kneeland