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

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Permit Asked Of Corps ..\ppi~catlon ha', been rcc(uved b', the U.S. Army (orps at Engineers Seattle olflcc lrom Ronald Pyealt, Bellevue, on behatl t)f himselland Richard ()ltman, Joseph I)ulfcy and Wtllianl Br(>wn, tc)r l)eparlnlell[ at Ihe Ai'nl~ peYVlltI Iil dlj ~eriairi work on lt,~od (alltli tlbtlt.l[ ()lie mile weM ~1 1 wtlnoh Sialc Park. The Proposed g~;i-, incJkldes c(instiLlcIlon el a reiniolced ,onclet bulkhead and place tilt shorc,a ard thereof t~b correct CK1SllIlg erosion and p~otcc! cKIMing bulkhead sitter, ptevenl erc, slon It) shoreline and provMc area to construct a MIi.~I]I vacation h o n I c Inlere~lcd partit~ ale requested to >,tlbnli[, t11 wrHillg, any colllltlenls t)I obiect/{~ll-~ !!la[ they n/a} have It) ttic pI~,!;oscd work. "lhc decision ;is l,~ ,ahclhcr a permit willbc >~ucd will be based on an e~aiuati(m el tile impact of the proposed ~ork m the public intere:,! lactol>~ ;affecting the public mtcrcsi include, but al~ not limlie.d rt~. navigation, fishand wildlife, water quality, ~con(,mics, konscrvatlon, aeslh('ltcs, recreation, water supply, llood danlagc prevention, ecosyslem~, and. in general, the needs arid welfare of the people. (TtHl/nlenls on these lactv>rs wil} he accepted and made part at tile record and will be considered m deternumng whether it would bc in the best public interest to Scout Group Over the weekend ~,'. Mi~..il Jtoodsport hchl a beach hike !,,: tile Sccolld (']tis\ "~vt)ttts. I he hJk.'.: started at Rialto Beach a! th,.* rnouth el the Quiltlautc River, and tile gloup hiked ~donF the beach in Olympic National Park to~ aboul three miles north. /amp wa~ pitched near the Chilean Mcmotlal. which is a rcmindcl oi ~mc ~)! lhc ships Iosl ~II the lugged ,,tl~)rv. When ~tle~ weren't e;Atlnl2. [he S~ )tllS had :1 good time beach C~qlIbiriP :Httl "~uri |'Ibhillg~ Prcsenl o!1 {he hik,' w~rc SenloI Pallol I v'adc/ Kcn ()()nlially, As;islant Scl!i~)l Patrol Leader Brad Aitkirl, Sc~md ('lass g:ant a petmil. P, cplies to this U~HI~c should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps ollicc not later ti/an April 1 2 to insure considerat ion. Revival Service Revival services at Shelton's Norlhsidc Baptist Church, 123 W. C. Street. continue nightly at 7:30 p.m. ~md Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Rcv. (;ilbert O, Skaar, a Shelt-n rc,ident and area supe~in tcnd!> ~.~ik~ I,, ,t,;~ ()'X~li :md } l~< k [ i) c t) i a b c t i c i II t h e 426-6314 after 4 p.m. B4/ltfn /()kin -,elf-managclnent of his condition, RUMMAGE SALE at Methodist I roop t I 1 ~a:, lorn/cd last including l)ictary Management, church Sat April 3 from 9 a.m. to sllltlnlc[ to ~,eF, c lilt? Homlsp,)rt insulin and oral therapy 2:00p.m.4/1 area, and has a membership ()| Illan{ gelnent and urine testing. ~we~ "0 b,,~,,s ()ulines, usually lhete is no charge for the class WANTED -- CASH for good - " " running late model 10 hp. campouts, arc held nlonthl~, withand a physician referral is not outboard motor. John Pill, ~pecial trip>, l~) the highe) cl',l';s necessary. Persons with Diabetes Hoodsport 877-5825. P4/1 SCt)Uls. Mt't!lll~Pq die held i: 7 alld lalnll~ lncnrbcrs are welconle. p.m lhu)sda~ cvcmngs al the A scpcial class for the diabetic 1951 INTERNATIONAL pickup with aluminum canopy, good ttood (anal Junior Iiigh -;ci~ ,)l child is planned for a session tires, good motor, 1971 license. (;ym B,)~s and parenl~ interested during the summer. Call 426-6445 after 4 p.m. H4/1 m joining are welcome at (he A d v a ncc registration is meetings Inqtmws car~ bc made )equ~red. l'honc tile Thurston GARAGE SALE. Many free items. 603 Birch. Friday and m the evcmngs t~, S,~oulm,~cr ('~mnly Ilealth Department, Saturday April 2 & 3 9:30--5 J()hn I)()rn at 877--q71 -~. 352.4~51. exlension 60. p.m. M4/1 Ford wagons, f~ instance, offer things like special 3-Way Doorgates. Luxurious LTD's are famed for their quiet ride, And only Ford pickups have two front- axle riding smoothness. NORTHWEST FORD DEALERS Better Ideas keep us first in the Northwest 2804 Olympic Hiway N., Shelton, Wash. Page 8 Shelton-Mason County Journal Thursday, 1, 1 )71 Tides These tides are for the Umon area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, April 1 Low .......2:48 a.nl. 7.6 ft. High ....... 7:48 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .......3 : 18 p.m.4). 8 It. High ......11:12 p.m. lid) ft. Friday, April 2 Low ....... 4:12 a.m. 8.0 ft. High .......8:42 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low ....... 4:24 p.m. 0,7 It. Saturday, April 3 High ......12:24 a.m. 11.0 It. Low .......6:00 a.lu. 7.8 ft. High ......10:00 a.m. 0.0 ft. Low .......5:30 p.m. 1.4 ft. Sunday, April 4 High ....... 1:24 a.m. 11.2 tt. Low .......7:24 a.m. 7.0 ft. High ......11:36 a.m. &Oft. Low .......6:42 p.m. 1.8 It. Monday, April 5 High .......2:12 a.m. 11.3 ft. Low ....... 8:18 a.m. 6.1 ft. High .......1:06 p.m. 8.t~ ft. Low ....... 7:36 p.m. 2.3 ft. Tuesday, April 6 High .......2:48 a.m. 11.4 ft, Low ....... 8:54 a.m, 5.2 ft. High .......2 : 18 p.m. 9,0 ft. Low ....... 8:30 p.m. 2.~> fl. Wednesday, April 7 ttigh ....... 3:18 a.m. 11.3 fl. Low ....... 9:24 a.m. 4.2 ft. High .......3:12 p.m. 9.4 ft. Low ....... 9:06 p.m. 3.1 ft. Thursday, April 8 High .......3:36 a.m. I 1.2 ft. Low ....... 9:54 a.m. 3.2 ft. High .......4:00 p.m. 9.9 ft. Low ....... 9:42 p.m. 3.7 ft. New Arl" Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Jagnow, 2035 Stevens St., a girl, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Demmon, 1523 ttohnan St., a boy, March 29. Clark Dosch, Elma, Dies In Hospital ('lark l)osch, 67, died Monday in the McCleary hospital. lie had lived in Ehna for the past 14 years, prior to which hc had been a resident of Shelton. tie was born Oct. 25. 1903 in Matt, N.I). and was a retired carpenter. Su rvivors include his wife, Sylvia, of the home; a son, l)onald, of Ehna; two daughters, Mrs. l)orothy Landis, Ehna, and Mrs. William Jamieson of Virginia Beach. Va.; 10 grandchildren; eigh t grea t-grandch ildren ; and two fc, stcr grandchildren. A service will be held at 2 p.nr. Friday in the Whiteside Funeral ttome in Elma with the key. Ralph Turnidge officiating and burial in Satsop cemclcry. Service Held For Walter Rea A graveside memorial service for Walter H. Rea was held in Shelton Memorial Park at 10 a.m. Monday.' The key. Wesley Gain officiated. Applying for marriage licenses ill the Mason County auditor's' office this week were: Joseph Malinsky, 36, Bremerton, and Bonnie Caswell, 25, Poulsbo. Bob Aho, 31, Hoodsport, and (arol t:luckinger, 32, Toledo. Rodncy Ator, 20, McCteary, and Terry Peden, 17, Shelton. Alan Griffiths, 47, Aberdeen, and Beverly McKinney, 33, Aberdeen. Phillip Anderson Dies In Home Phillip Anderson, 2135 Adams died March 24 in his home. tte was 77 years old. tte was born Dec. 9, 1893 in James(own, N.D. and was a retired bus driver for the city of Seattle. lte had lived in this area for the past eight years. tie is survived by a brother, ttarry, of Seattle and by numerous nieces and nephews. A t t h c request of the deceased, no service was held. Clifford H. Darling Dies In Seattle Clifford H. Darling of Rt. 5, Shelton, died in Seattle on March 26th. tie was 70 years of age and was born in Fingat, N.D. on March 10th, 1901. lte had been a logger. Survivors include one brother, Loyal Nayes of Seattle, and two sisters, Mrs. lnez Nagel of Seattle and Mrs. Marguerite Binkley of Priest River, Idaho, A service was held on March 29th in the Washington Memorial Chapel, Seattle, at I 1 a.m., followed by burial in Washington Menmrial Park. Rev. Chester O. DunLin officiated. Skokomish Grange anning Supper Sat By MARY VALLEY SKOKOMISH - Skokomish (}range is serving an oyster supper, also, chili, pie and coffee Saturday, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. $1.00 for adults, 50c children under 12. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson to Tacoma Monday to attend the funeral service of Rev. Charles Knautz father of Rev. Eugene Knautz. Rev. Knautz, Sr. was an American Sunday school organizer and was well known to many in the Valley. Steve Valley of Alderwood Manor was an overnight guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnston of Spokane visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley Friday evening. Later they attended the degree work at the Grange hall. Mrs. Johnston is the newly elected State Lecturer. Stanley Hunter visited Iris grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter during spring vacation and left Sunday to drive back to California where he is attending Westmont College. The Grange will meet at the Valley on Tuesday, p.m. The young Skokomish are having a car wash 1 this Saturday. The regular District will meet 5. Edwin Crossan, Dale Neff and among those who Portland S bowled in the Tournament and w0~ TROPICAI Large Including: Fancy Guppies, C10#= Tetras, Et~. MARION AQUAIIII 1221 W. Birch 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 INSURANCE SHERBET GOBLET WINE GOBLET STILL TIME TO COMPLETE YOUR SET OF . . . WATER GOBLET Here is truly what we consider the finest premium gift offered in the North- wesf. And now there's still time to complete your set of Goblets. Here's how easy it is! Each time you deposit $2S0 or more, you can purchase an additional goblet of your choice for only $3.00 (A fraction of its real cost.) But Hurry. This special offer must end soon. Don't miss out on this fantastic offer. Stop by tomorrow and see these fabu- lous gifts. Created by WM. ROGERS for famed International Silver Company, the , water goblet is a full inches tall, The wine goblet is 5Vainches tall, and the sherbet/champagne goblet meaS" ures inches. Sturdy, but extremely elegant. Perfect for the finest table. Lovely enough to satisfy the most fastidiou| host. Stort filling out your set now while this limited offer lasts. THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA" SHELTON LACEY OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch Branch Bittl= Ik Cepitel Wey 41|1 Merket Square ]113 Railroed Avanue E