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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Record k r- Louis Ritzschke Christine Ahl Taken By Death .,.., Arriv s D,es On Monday Christine Ah, 75 died ye rgam0mb0, o*E,ino, Cha,t.r md, c0~a ......... Fuesday in a Bremerton nursing dES of Union City, for which she .LOreS K~tzscnKe, a t nree year home. served as matron in 1925. mclude ' ,0 ;& aid not rill ~ ~ 1/jf~ff~ii Mason General Hospital resident oi ~nelton, area monday She was a lifetime yes,den ......... so t~;~ ~~~~ ~:ix.:::. Hi Lo Ire . . t ut ~ne was a memoer o~ me ~r ....~+ Mr. and Mrs. Burns L. Young, wmasM8SOnarsGoeldral Hospital. He the Hood Canal area, born May Belfair OES and the Belfair VFW; 'ut tOgCt~" / ~J:~--~ ..~:..-~, . , ~ ~~~ f ,2~F/,/,/,/~.4.~~2 Y " 10, 1895 in Lilliwaup. She was a the Bremerton Art Guild and the April 22 ~/gh~/w .lzclp P.O. Box 65, Hoodsport, a girl, April 23 53 36 .23 April 22. _ He was born Sept. 17, 1892 in retired school teacher and artist. Port Orchard Art Guild; the ~~~~ i~! iii~ i: t a ~!h~n ~?ifii~i~i In Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Gift'n, (genterville, Wa. and was a farmer. Mrs Ahl tau,~t schools in the ............. ~' t~ellall" tllstorlcal 5oclety. Apri124 58 33 - 1110 Pioneer Way, Apt. 3, agirl, ,, Survivors mc!ude aflaughter, Belfair, Tahuya, Lower She is survived by a son, John i April 25 56 35 - April 22. mrs. deity a. Acmey ol r, Jamam Skokomish and Lilliwaup school S. Ahl of Port Orchard; a April 26 73 37 - Mr. and Robert J. Hess, 633 Falls, Ore.; a son, Louis, ofdistricts. She had been for 50 daughter, Mrs Murleen Giese of cket in s.on Barber reported a April 27 78 48 - Ell,nor, a girl, April 27. Shelton" two grandchildren' one Elmer Cit Wa ' " " 'hief A~urt car hitby anoth " " CITY BUILDING PERMITS April 28 54 45 - new ~ring was parked in a parking lot. Building permits approved b Mr. and Mrs. John H. Strong, ' ' y, ; a sister, Mrs great grandchild; four sisters; and Ma James Bre " " ~ " e tWOV~_ . ~ Vehicles driven by Ray the city of Shelton during thYe The extended outlook isfor RRt. 5, Box398, agirl, Apri128. two r ry , merton;anafive 0-X:~mll, 1.ioo~"~g ~Be~nlSta~Jr.,Patol A31d;:dnn we,re?o EllsAe ~.ose showers from Friday through Mr. and Mrs. Ricky C. b ~:::side service will be WSU Event granAdCsh~lr~d~:en'will be e r Lot n Sunday, decreasing on Saturday. L a n n ing, P.O. B o x102 held at 3 t" m. Friday in Fern Hill ...... Da-s' a m Saturda in ..... held at 11 thde sBaf;bwar; pKa~kfeg P:S/s~i:tk ev,~.,W'$~uv. ,~,~, High temperatures will be in the Hoodsport, a boy, April 28. Ce " " ...... th Mothers weekend ann a . . y uatstone funeral ad Rec -.t 1, metery, ~nena~ls, wl ho " " ' rnold F ~vin~ Lot. ..... Watson, attached garage, $2000. 50's with lows from 35 to 45 __ ~ttil~['~*~.ng Ray Minish reported a bicycle arr....... f .... cloy fh~ cllroc'ti~n Day at Washmgton State me with burialm Shelton g on ~ ~.t. -~-~ ............ FIRE DEPARTMENT degrees. Rayna Lynn --b ................................ M " n the C~lm~~ taKeAn' ,,~,;~,o a~; is the baby daughter of Mr. of Brown Mortuar,, of Chehalis Umverslty will be combmed Intoemorlal Park. , ~.'~[ A vehicle driven by Stephen April 23, 12:55 p.m., car fire, Memorials" to the~ cancer fund' a two-day ......... Parents' Weekend this a. ]~~es turned o~er on South First Fifth and Railroad. and Mrs. Vern Workman, 1726 . . year, Aprn.~uanaraay I. . . __..~~~ ~axnrg' St___ _. SUPERIOR COURT Ridge, Road. She was born in St. are requestedmlieuofflowers. Dad of the Year and the Throuclh Tramma ~On'~'"-'==r" Marylvlary Eash~asn .r,reported her car New Cases es -~ outstanding faculty award will be ~" Tid Peters Hospital in Olympia on " " -- April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey ,t _J presented at a dance and Navy Fireman Apprentice A II~l~b~~ped by another while she was "ate De " ent of ~'evenue ~serl 1 Iorleit; ~t partm t~ , .-~--------- --- -- ------ ----- ~ ~11~~~ "P-~,'-'-:ry Queen.~u~ .- against Wayne Johnston, unpaid Workman of Shelton are her /Ass|gneaMarine Cpl. gymnastics exhibition7:30p~m:at Bohler Rex. P. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. grandparents and she has a Thomas J. GymApril30, at-u compile drecr ttraOhVerteGraY'uiLilliwaup' has ~" " ~~ Cyrus Young Jr. reportea a. ~l~ike taken~-'~ tax. area.TheSeFor tideSsheltonare fOrandtheOaklandUnion grandmother, Mrs. Beetham, inDemmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. The May Queen d (~ een P ining at the ~~~,,v,,, .... : ' speed, ,-,,,^ nov, Roy Evans" reported vandalism Colorado Springs, Col. Fred J. Demmon, Shelton, has Mother will be crowned at theNaval Training Center, San Diego. I]~s to a-car. - ....... tel la Vlhaites Bay add an hour and a half and A Baby Boy reported for duty at the Marine Spur Songfest May 1 at 2 p.m. in Gray is a 1970 graduate of "" ~t" Nicklaus reported rocks Es 2.4 feet. ton D C Bohler Gym Shelton High School. was born on March 30 to Mr. Barracks, Washing , . . ~~ thrown through windows of two r~[~_~ In Connrlo Thursday, April29 and Mrs. Robert McKeown of ~n . cam_pers in_ _theMell car lot. "~ ............ Low .......2:42 a.m. 7.6 ft. Carbondale, Col. His name is 0 esh torfe]t Estella Fae Vlhaltesd~ed rfeit; Jack Manley reoorted a car " " High ....... 7:24 a.m. 10.5 ft.Brady Sean and he has a brother, ....~ " ~"~hru~h'his fence Sunday in Montreal, Canada at Low ....... 2:48p.m.-1.9ft. Shelton.Rry" Grandparents are Mr. and Pen~ ' , ~k~n~=Ci;;k renorteda tool the age of 68. She had been a High ...... 10:36 p.m. 11.8 ft.Mrs. Alvin (Pop) Hulbert of ) ( I~to'olstaken " resident of Mason County for the Friday, April 30 ~"Turner reported his past45 years. -- ----u~'"'~4 ,1 parked car hit by ahitandrun She was a retired Low ....... 3:54a.m. 7.7ft. Motl ]el' ~~s~on~~,~',,'~:and vehicle. ........ owner-operator ot a restaurant, High ....... 8:1 8 a.m. 9.6 ft. ~~ts, $50 vemc~e_ ........ and a member of the Order of t e Low .......3:42 p.m. -0.9 ft. o0; , h Marriage Licenses " ~_ _ F'ull'~er~SHERIFF'S OFFICE Eastern Star She was born Feb. High ...... 11:36 p.m. 11.6 ft. Saturday, May 1 Low .......5:12 a.m. 7.5 ft.Applying for marriage licenses High ....... 9:18 a.m. 8.8 ft.in the Mason County auditor's Low .......4:36 p.m. 0.9 ft.office this week were: ~1 Sunday, May 2 llSf Arden Locke, 22, Hoodsport, Sale 3 i High ...... 12:36 a.m. . t. and Gayle Gustafson, 22, = Low ....... 6:48 a.m. 6.9 ft.Hoodsport. High ...... 10:42 a.m. 8.1 ft.David Knipschield, 20, Shelton, and Deborah Brehmeyer, Reg. $4. Penn-Prest~ polyester/cot- [] 20 ft ton gowns and baby doll pajamas.[] Low .......5:42 p.m. " " 18, Shelton. Trimmed with lace and embroi- [] Monday, May 3 Roland Dahlhoff, 27, defy. Some prints, some solids. All [] High ....... 1:24a.m. ll.4ft. Poulsbo, andGall Haskins, 20, in pretty pastels. For misses sizes, l~ Low .......7:48 a.m. 5.9 ft.Kingston Full length pajamas. High ...... 12:24 p.m. 7.8 ft.Leslie Black, 19, Port Angeles, Reg. $5. Now 3.99 Low ....... 6:42 p.m.' 3.0 ft.and Phyllis Stigall, 29, Port Tuesday, May 4 , Angeles. High ....... 2:06 a.m. l 1.3 ft. Low ....... 8:36 a.m. 4.8 ft. - ........ LOWR-EY ......... High .... '... 2:00 a.m. 4.8 ft. Low ....... 7:42 p.m. 3.7 ft. ~R ~, ~kN S Wednesday, May 5 High ...... 2:36 a.m. 11.1 ft. ~ PI ~ N()l Low ....... 9:18 a.m. 3.7 ft. High ....... 3:18 p.m. 8.6 ft. RENT or BUY on Peggy Knauf reported a He is survived by a brother, Low ....... 8:42 p.m. 44 ft. 11232 First center line, 92O dr~nk in sentence on t Rt. 4, Box !, $20 fine; ' S. 12th., e due care i forfeit; ,, Box 735 rn vehicle, an,el Irwin, ton, minor ;, $50 fine; )', Box 8A, eonsumin e. g N4 ;, PERMITS :s approved by n :y Planner's ,a., t w- - . eeg were in' recreation ' oom and tic I ~. "*" aerrick, !,(~00; John E. n, recreational :m MacRae, tt get Kieffer, le ace, $2,000; Y' residence. N' 'qSn, move n~s. Ricketts, e,mhn Slade, er Straaman rt Ston Stonel ~" Styrwold, POLICE ,-_ .tan Trousil ~Y 101 and G ~r-by Patricia ~d t~d Schwarz dr. 3n reported his "Sun. int Eastwo~ ~ero~ in "YOUR iON" r9 * ~VtOr0 Easy Terms window broken. David E. Shawver of Shelton; a Thursday, May 6 Twenty county road signs sister, Mrs. Norma Griffith, theWereweekend.reprted taken down over nephews.Tiet'n; and numerous nieces and HighLow ....... ....... 9:423:00 a.m.a.m. 10.92.6 ft.ft" joh~nyls M~sit Box Mr. Luther reported a car Cremation occured, and no High ....... 4:12 p.m. 9.3 ft. window broken with a beer funeral service was held. Low 9:30 p.m. 5.1 ft. 205 Cota 426-4302 i 6 ONLY 6 ONLY INFANT BIB PANTS WOMEN'S SWEATER ORIG. 3.29 NOW ORIG. 3.88 NOW , 3 ONLY I 5 ONLY INFANT CORD SETS NOW i BETTER WO'S SWEATERS OR G. $.5 " ] ORIG. 8.88 NOW = 4 ONLY .... ,.F.., sw,;, s...,s .ow ,.an i::,,,"~..,,- "'^'"" ORIG. i ,,v.,,=,. ,. ,, ONLY I IORIG 3 88 TO 5 0 =,',o~..*:~le" ~ow ~.aa o~ 2.1 I 8 ONLY l 9 ONLY , -6x SKIRTS on I WOMEN'S SKIRTS , .... o"R G. 2.88 NOW re.GO I ORIG. 3.88 NOW , - 12 ONLY I 1 3 ONLY 7-14 GIRLS' PANTS QQ 1 WOMEN'S SLACKS ORIG. $3 & $4 ,NOW l:~M I , ORIG. $6&$7 NOW ' ,',, 2 ONLY 5 ONLY GIRLS' SKIRT & PANT SETS 1 WOMEN'S BETTER SLACKS , l, ORIG. 2.99 NOW I.OO / ORIG. $10 & $12 NOW l 7 ONLY l 4 ONLY 7-14 GIRLS' KNIT TOPS 1 WOMEN'S RAIN COAT 1A Qa 0 ,G Now,.uu / O.,G ...... .ow ,.-.-,, 15 ONLY / 7 ONLY 7-14 GIRLS' KNIT BLOUSE AAI WOMEN'S RAIN COATS IIII ORIG. 99 NOW '" / ORIG. $26 NOW IIIVV a4 ONLY / 3ONLY 7-14 FASHION PANTS @ 881 WOMEN'S JACKETS QQ ,,0RIG. 3.59 TO 4.00 NOW-, l ORIG. 10.88 NOW t,~.~ MEN's wooL BLEND 8 ONLY / ?l O ,LV 29.881 MEN S SPORT SHIRTS '2/1= nn SPORT COATS ORIG. $45 NOW , / Now ......w 131 163 ONLY BOYS' LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS BOYS' PLAY SHORTS __, NOW ''~'='// ' NOW d['/OeVv 20 ONLY l , SPFrlAI 130 PR ' NS / GIRLS - ' BOYS JEA NOW 2.50 SANDALS $1 eGO & 2.00 SPECIAL! ~ ' ~1~ i .... -30"& 45"WIDTHS PRINTED FABRICS ValUe. It still means something at Penneys. Shop Daily 9:30/5:30 And Fridays 9:30 tO 8:30 P.M' I I I Thursday, April 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3