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May 6, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Harry T. Calkins Dies In Hospital Harry T. Catkins, 303 K tii Low Precip. Street, died in Mason General April 29 56 44 - Hospital on Tuesday. He was 77 April 30 58 45 .01 years old. May 1 68 48 - He was born Aug. 31, 1893 in Kemsberg and a car driven by May 2 77 45 - Hubbard, Iowa, and had lived in William Baxter collided at First May 3 78 45 - Shelton and Mason County for on the docket in and Park. There were no injuries. May 4 76 48 - the past 49 years. He was, prior to ty. Justice Court Vehicles driven by Lisa May 5 58 46 - his retirement, employed at the were: during.Stannert and Walter George The extendedoutlook is forJoint Power Plant. collided at First and Cota. partial cloudiness from Friday He is survived by his wife, State Patrol George Dunning reported he through Sunday with high Cliffie E. Calkins, of the home; a l~eyer, 104 E. found 14 packages of cagarettes temperatures ranging from 55 to son, Harvard (Buz) Calkins, n0 valid operatorDs in his yard. 65 degrees and the lows in the Shelton; four daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Adele Scott reported she 40's. Ruby Landry of Puyallup and the l, $15 forfeit; found a bicycle. Mesdames Beverly Townsend, 1, Box 515, A car driven by Donald C. Ollie Wentz and Marjorie Aaron, $15 forfeit; Wilson went out of control and ------------------------------'~---J" all of Shelton; a sister, Mrs. 2, Box 201, hit a house occupied by the * Marian Homan, Shelton; two POssession andDelbert Morris family and owned brothers, Rusty Calkins of intoxicants, $50 by Mrs. Ethel Dinning. -----------------------~---_-_-_-_-_ Randall, Wa. and Kenneth St. Rt. 2, BoxVehicles driven by Ada Travis Mason General Hospital C a 1 k i n s, O 1 y m p ia ; t w o driving, and Connie Fraisure collided at Mr. and Mrs. Bernard P. step-daughters, Mrs. Helen Conrad, King and F Sts. Miller, 72 Crescent Drive, a boy, Robinson of Port Angeles and While license Russ York reported a water May 3. Mrs. June Rodgers, Shelton; two lays m ball thrown into his car. step-sons, Bud Chesley, Bozeman, Mont., and Darwin Chesley of no valid SHERIFF'S OFFICE -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_- Livermore, Cal.; 26 grandchildren; $15 Charles Sheppard reported 25 great-grandchildren; and two Rt. 5, dogs killed 23 of his chickens, great-great-grandchildren. while Olive McKay reported seven He was a member of the fine, five ; Kenneth horses in her yard. - -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_------- Seventh Day Adventist Church, ontgomery, A barn was partially burned at ~ These tides are for the Union where a funeral will be held at 10 .operator's the Georgia Miller residence, area. For Shelton and Oakland a.m. Friday with Pastor Gary Ellis Iorfeit; Lee Mrs. Paul McMorris reported Bay, add one hour and 45 officiating and burial in Shelton an Ave., Port she found a dog at the fair minutes and 2.4feet. Memorial Park. passing, $15grounds. In lieu of flowers donations to tte, Mill Creek Mrs. Lester Johnson reportedThursday, May 6 the Mason General Hospital ilure to keepvandalism to a mail box. High ....... 3:00 a.m. 10.9 ft. Coronary Care Unit have been ~, $15 forfeit; Mrs. R. B. Dahlager reported a Low .......9:42 a.m. 2.6 ft.requested. 707 7th Ave. male puppy came to her place,High ....... 4:12 p.m. 9.3 ft. intoxication,John Hogan reported a boat Low .......9:30 p.m. 5.1 ft. Hanby, 1917 taken. Friday, May 7 lilure to keep Robert Barber reported he High ....... 3: 24 a.m.10.8 ft. ~----------------------------------- ~, $15 forfeit; found the door to a safe. Low ......10:18 a.m.1.6 ft. tch, improper Leo Nestell reported two High ....... 5:06 p.m. I0.0 ft. Marriaae rfeit; William bicycles taken. They were later Low ......10:12 p.m.5.8 ft. v Box 7,$3, recovered. 'ing While Merge Morton reported her Saturday, May8 Licenses while license son had a pair of boots taken. High ....... 3:42 a.m. 10.7 ft. 40 days in Mrs. Tom Nelson reported sheLow ......10:42 a.m.0.7 ft. , license found a Brittany Spaniel. High ....... 5:48 p.m. 10.6 ft.Applying for marriage licenses Theodore Mrs. Gordon McGill reported Low ......10:54 p.m.6.4 ft. in the Mason County auditor s JOodsport,a Peke-a-poo dog missing. Sunday, May 9 office this week were: :it; DuaneRobert Byerly reported a bikeHigh ....... 4:06 a.m. 10.6 ft.Roy S. Haney, 22, Shelton, ~, Tacoma,taken. Low ......11 : 12 a.m. -0.9 ft.and Susan Hill, 19, Shelton. ile license High ....... 6:24 p.m. 11.1 ft.Richard Linn, 22, Puyallup, 10 days in SUPERIOR COURT Low ....... 11:36 p.m.6.8 ft. and Cheryl Whinery, 22, Shelton. Mervin Aaro, 48, Bremerton, m Unruh, Divorces Monday, May 10 and Dorothy Monaghan, 45, Port brchard, no to" Divorce decrees were granted High... i .... 4:30a.m. 10.6 ft.Orchard. on person, Leeuwen, Joseph Glaser from Myrtle Low ......11:42 a.m.-1.6 ft. Calif.,Glaser. - High ....... 7:06 p.m. 11.5 ft.IllllfllllWfllllfllWlillllllllllllllilillllllllllllllll Scherry Fowler from WalterTuesday, May 11 THE NORTHERN word Fowler. Low ......12:12a.m. 7.3ft. "guess" - imported from we days in jaill New Cases High ....... 5:00 a.m. t0.6 ft.England, where it usedto be SUSpended 60 Karen Mathews against Mr. Low ......12:18 p.m.-2.0 ft.common, and now regarded by and Mrs. Earl Owens, personalHigh ....... 7:42 p.m. ll.8 ft.satirical Englishmen as a Yankee injury, original - is but little used among 29th Ave.Phillips Investment Co. Wednesday, May 12 Southerners. They say "recon." of oysters, against James Williamson, breach Low ......12:54 a.m.7.6 ft... Mark Twain Rt. of contract. High ....... 5: 30 a.m.10.6 ft.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Over limitMr. and Mrs. Harry Kerr Low ......12:54 p.m.-2.3 ft. against Mr. and Mrs. Arthur High ....... 8:30 p.m. 11.9 ft. i ~iv~ Nicklaus, damages and abatement Thursday, May 13 of nuisance. Low ........ 1:36 a.m.7.9 ft. 28 H St., High ....... 6:00 a.m.10.5 ft. $15 CITY BUILDING PERMITS Low .......1:30 p.m.-2.4 ft. it 10029Building permits approved by High ....... 9:12 p.m. 12.0 ft. .Verlimit of the City of Shelton during the Offiee past week were to Wallace or,,,C 'ec'a Milljour, attached garage, $1,140; 2, Box Joe Zimney, attached garage, MINI WEDDING ling, $15 $864 and Glen Watson, residence, COVERAGE Rt. 1, $17,500. $ I 5 NOW O0 * O. Box FIRE DEPARTMENT ONLY forfeit. April 28, Daisy Justinaino IN NAT"RALCOLOR residence, 650 Dearborn, short in ........ electric wiring. AI McConnell t. 1, May 1, 7:10 p.m., Ron Larson Photography in residence, Georgeanna ZIEGLER'S STUDIO Apartments, fire in bedding, $25 & CAMERA SHOP Phone 426-6163 n, damage. ~ 124 N. 2rid., Sl~elton Camera Charge ~.,~ reported SeVen reported a bicycle ridden by Brett LOBO,, MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL FROM OLSEN FURNITURE WITH THE PURCHASE OF :: i ANY BEDROOM SET OR MATTRESS SET FREE PARKING * FREE DELIVERY ,1 .E 0,,, 0,,,, 8:30 AeM. to 5:30 P.M. 4th & C 426-4702 WHITE STAG "" by GRAFF PYKE BOBBLE B AILEEN and ROOKS ROBBY LEN This ovation slip by Gossard-Artemis is designed in Perma-Free nylon tricot with an anti-cling quality in the fiber. Positively soil-resistant because of fiber treatment. Nylon lace trims bodice, hemline and back. SHIP N'SHORE PYKETTES .....---.._.-_--...-_--..._...- Knit / Check our new o.. W-A,t ,%1: .~g~ )EPARTMEN I , for the-iargest t J { variety of gifts ever " ] assembled in Shelton. I(11 MOTIIER'S lAY cARDs /f I ! Irl'il, ' "I, OIBSOg EETINZ V! " i / / / I1 / Royal Rose Long Gown. bY | / / i |~ Lorraine. A breath taking j [ / / 1 I I splendor of Antron@ nylon : / [ ~ tricot falls from a very |~ feminine neckline so richly /,'x; J / // / |, endowedwith lace decorated ~ I / // I /I sheer and gleaming satin I / ,," / I ~ ~iPePfloqU~-~POrl::ie~fnealct'w~arail'~tile I/'/ t ~ in Frsty Velvet" All new Spring colors. Reg. $32.00. 88 Shipmates Tunic Pajamas is the name of this Lorraine creation in Ioungeweight nylon tricot. Color-coordinated piping in red, white and blue adds a special flair to a carefree top with its pure white collar. Sash ties can end in a flamboyant bow or drifting strings. Wide leg trousers. Available in red and white. JEWEL 45% Off Reg. Retail Thursday, May 6, 1971 - SheltoreMason County Journal - Page 3