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May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 13, 1971

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Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses Louella J. Zoller Dies On Friday Louella J. Zoller died Friday in Fir l_,ane Terrace Convalescent Center at the age of 59 years. Formerly of Walla Walla, she had been a Shelton resident for in the Mason County auditor's 17 months. She was born July 31, office this week were: 19I 1 in Lincoln. Neb. 91, Shelton, no valid operator's collided in the Shoprite ParkingMichael Little, 18, Shelton, COURT license on person, $15 fine; Lot. She is survived by two on the docket in Thomas Adams, 218 Island LakeA billfold belonging to Valerie and Jeannie Graham, 18, Sheltonl brothers. Lynn Harold Zoller of Gary D. Brown, 24, Shelton, Shelton and Robert Zoller of ty Justice Court Dr., Shelton, reckless driving, Castle was reported taken at the and Marci Brumfield, 18, tlayward, Cal.; a sister, Mrs. lennCorreaduring $185 fine, 10 days in jail, high school. Montesano. i Were: suspended; Lloyd Good, 615 A cardriven by Monty Fuller Jack McKimson, 24,Port Bernice Polley, Phoenix, Ariz.: and numerous nieces and ! Seattle St., Shelton, negligent overturned on Railroad Ave. Orchard, andEdna Coram, 28, neptlews. gn State Patrol driving, $150 forfeit; Charles CORRECTION Bremerton. Ior, 3821 Stevens tloit, St. Rt. 1, Box 240A, Union, No funeral was held and ahoe, Calif., illegal The name of one of the cremation occurred. ::{ petit larceny, $100 forfeit; drivers involved in a collision was )t intoxicants three William Boad, Rt. 1, Box 80,reported wrong in the Journal last t~es Trovesi, 605passing, no vatidS' DoyleSheltn'scott,speeding'Rt. l$20BoxfOrfeit;200, week. The name of the driver ofWe---:---=ther Mabel L. Hall moines, failure 1 Shelton, drunk in public, six days the vehicle involved in a collision "tense on persod' in jail; Pat Noland, Rt. 18, Box with one driven by Lisa Stannert Taken By Death license suspende , Mabel k. ltall died Sunday in ld Bendit, 3902 N. 457, Olympia, drunk in public, should have been George Walter, 'acoma, illegal $25 forfeit; Lance Cronquist,not Walter George. Mason General llospital. She was I COnsumption offailure to keep right of center SHERIFF'S OFFICE Hi Low Precip. 77 years old, and had been a i~ t:~ ,50 forfeit; Scott line, $20 forfeit; Roger Deyette, T h e C o u n t y R o a d May 6 59 43 .05 Shclton resident since 1~)27. 305 Arcadia, Shelton, drivingDepartment reported three May 7 68 42 - She ~as born Dec. 3. 1893 in 'wRt. 2, Box 4, while license suspended, failure to shovels, three axes, three grub May 8 81 51 Bismarck. N.I) She was a member , t driving, $100 appear, $65 fine, five days in jail, hoes and a hodax taken, of the (atholic Church. Mrs. Hall Christensen, Rt. 3, May 9 64 43 - is survived bv a son, Rawnond suspended Don Phipps reported a spare May I0 67 39 .... ta~n'DS, peeding, $15 I1a11, of Lace,: " eskins, 3535 COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS tire taken. May 11 77 43 - M rod ,B.remerton, publicBuilding permits approved by Keys were reported taken May 12 87 53 Father Gabriel l)onohue il0 fine; Van F the Mason County Planner'," from two airplanes at Sanderson Showers are expected on officiated at a service held at 10 Adams, Shelton,Office the past week were to Field. Friday with mostly fair weathera.m. Tuesday in the Batstone king, $15 forfeit; Philip Anderson, residence, (7. V. Wells reported a indicated for Saturday and Funeral lh)me and burial was in man, 1313 Cota, $ I 3,000; Richard Antilla, break-in. Sunday. High temperatures willShelton Memorial Park. ',eat driving, $residence, $20,000; Ran Cassel, Mrs. Lester Johnson reported range from 50 to 60 degrees with ,-,.----~--------------------~" 'ttson, Rt 3, lo00 residence, $14,500; Marvin amail box vandalized, lows in the 40's. rl,, Speeding $20 Cooney, garage and storage, attemptedJaCk LeinbaCkgasoline theft.reprted an N-w a Rickards 'p. O. $1,000; (;len Fulcher, vacation R. D. Goldy reported a ? :on, speeding, $20 home, $3,500; tlammaHamma battery, a set of tongs, a raincoat "o. 0 ...o. .... ---------" Arrivals i :l~eeding, $15 fine; Co., residence, $7,000; Dale and gasoline taken. Johnson, cabin, $1,800; Otto Oliver Grey reported an i Jr., 106 N. lOth Kostelecky, cabin, $3,500; Bernie outboard motor taken. Tides ~t.l.r,~..~- BULOVA~~ 2~l/I I mtoication, $25Lang, residence, $30,000; Richard Edgar Sheffield reported two ,:~, Uwe, p. O. Box7 Look, commercial building, helmets taken. Mason General Hospital " "~" |1[~ ve equipment, $15$10,000; Ellis Marmon, residence,~~![j $lO,000;JohnMatson, residence, SUPERIORCOURT ~ Mr. and Mrs. Richard A '1' ,~ PsOffiee $5,0130; L. L. McKinney, garage, Divorce Decrees These tides are for the Union Greene.Rt.10,Box 60,agirl. ~'1 I~'~.~~-~ ~" ~, in, 215 Sheridan$3,000; Laurel Nelson, residence, Divorce decrees were granted area. For Shelton and Oakland May 6. i ~i I m - $25,000; GlenNugent, garage,to: Bay add an hour and a half and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. !! iii ,driving while Robinson Jr.. 853 Fairmont, a .! i $1,000; K. C. Randall, extensionLois Albrecht from Galeard2.4 feet. licensed revoke Thursday, May 13 M r. a n d M r s. ,,ed ~ . Fetterly 325 S. cabin, $2,000; Daniel Salisbury,Irlene Jamerson from Othal n, Speeding, $25summer home, $7,000; Mike Jamerson Low .......1:36 p.m. 7.9 ft.Jacobson Rt. 1, Box 368. a girl, s Wells, 20643 Skipworth, shop and toilet, Donald Putvinfrom Lola Itigh ....... 6:00 a.m.10.5 ft.May 10. $ 2,500; Chester Southard, Low .......1:30 p.m. -2.4 ft. Mr. antiMrs. Franklin D. ~r" Sumner' drunk sum mer hme' $4'OOO; Frank Putvin" ~iii iI amaging "-ri - Dawn Dunbar from Lawrence High ....... 9:12 p.m. 12.0 ft.Ragan, Rt. 5, Box312, a boy, - p rate Sovereign, residence, $4,50 ; Dunbar. Friday, May 14 May I0. n.e, 10days in jail, Mr. and Mrs. William J. ~qn Wolff, 15442Richard Wilkinson, two Doris Barrettfrom Bobby Low .......2:30a.m. 8.0 ft.Snretzler, Rt. 10, Box 554, agirl, e~ltle, drunk inbathrooms, $1 000. Barrett. High ....... 6:42 a.m.10.2 ft.May 10. SHELTON POLICE n New Cases Low .......2:18 p.m.-2. I ft. Franklin 426 3283 reported items Mrs. Alice Kopperma Consolidated Dairy Products High ...... lO:00p.m. 12.1 ft.lt'saboy bin. he for Mr. and Mrs. Steve reported two flower pots taken. Inc. against Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Saturday, May 15 Witcraft. Samuel Jay was born in ;dale reported s David Brown reported aboutSchur, debt. Low .......3:24 a.m. 7.9 ft.St. Peter's Hospital in Olympia on e m her Yard. 50 records taken. A car driven by Denny Virgil Adams against Mason High ....... 7:30 a.m. 9.7 ft.May 8. Grandparents are Mr. and 'epartment Dittmer was hit by another County, quiet title. Low .......3:06 p.m. -1.7 ft. Mrs. George Witcrafl and Mr. and vehicle whose driver did not stop High ...... 10:48 p.m.12.2 ft.Mrs. Max Mikkelsen, all of t. 1, Box 246, and identify himself. , CITY BUILDING PERMITS Sunday, May 16 Shelton. game fish Ituey Selby reported an Building permits approved by Low .......4:30 a.m. 7.5 ft. 0 fine; eight-tract tape deck, three tapes the city of Shelton during the High 8:36 a.m. 9.1 ft. Pearl, " ...... or game fish and five school books taken from past week were to C. G. Linberg, Low ....... 3:54 p.m. -0.9 ft. 25 forfeit; his car. garage and shop, $1,800. High ...... t 1:36 p.m.12.2 ft. SE 216th, A car driven by Corey FIRE DEPARTMENT Monday, May 17 for game Cookson hit a parked car ownedMay 4, 3:15 p.m. John Low ....... 5:42 a.m. 6.6 ft. forfeit; by Gerald Christian on Bellevue Kneeland residence, 302 West C., High ...... 10:00 a.m. 8.4 ft. Box 552, St. Shelton, fire in pan on stove. Low ....... 4:54 p.m. 1.0 ft. game fish Vehicles driven by Jim 1t. May 11, 12:20 p.m., Shelton ~-5 forfeit; Oakes and Mary Schmidt collided Recreation, fire in wall from short Tuesday, May 18 35th SW, at Highway 101 and E St. in extension cord, $25 damage. High ...... 12:18 a.m.12.3 ft. cutthroat Kathy Province reported gear Low ....... 6:48 a.m. 5.3 ft. ; Robert shift levers taken from a bicycle, ttigh ...... 11:36 a.m.8.1 ft. Richard, Arnold Aronson reported a _or Low ....... 5:48p.m. 2.2ft. forwrist watch, a pocket watch and a ,,~~~I~U~ ~'~'~l~., Wednesday, May 19 se, $25 ringtaken. ~'- ",~,~ High 12:54a.m. 12.3 ft. Richard Hawes reported his ...... ' car hit by another whose driver ~g Low ....... 7:42 a.m. 3.6 ft. me fis did not stop and identify himself. High ....... 1 : 18 p.m. 8.4 ft. fine, A car driven by Patrick ~, Low ....... 7:00 p.m. 3.5 ft. Bon Auseth and a truck driven by ,~ ~ Thursday, May 20 Stanley Strong collided on High ....... 1:36 a.m.12.3 ft. le fis ttighway 101 S. '~O~' ~~1~'/ Low .......8:30 a.m. 1.9 ft. Vehicles driven by Alvin S'l" Ik High ....... 2:48 p.m. 9.2 ft. fine, Sheppard and Ortha Peterson Low .......8:00 p.m. 4.7 ft. 10328 for I fishing 2 3 3 N. I st G,1,/c PONTIAc $25 6, Box n closed ~rtment lit eoo WOO0 0|1 4-Dr. H.T., fully loaded, ]970 PONTIAC BONN. 50,000warranty available .... SAVE $1 1 70.50 STARTS MAY 15 THRU JUNE 5 6-CyI., 3-Speed, custom Int., custom trim, 1 970 GREMLIN 600x 3 WW's, striping, radio and more .... ONLY $1995.00 4-Dr., Sportabout Wagon, -- ,~ 6-CyI., automatic, tint W/S, luggage 1971 HORNET S.,,~.|. rack, radio, wheel covers, others .... ONLY $3095.00 ;l~ Electric 225 Limited, completely loaded! You must see this ' car before buying any other luxury type car. Selling Price, 1971 BUICK just stop in and see $74 7 ......................... .30 Plus a full line of PONTIACS, BUICK, AMERICAN MOTORS and the only name in Pick-up trucks-GMC lt.l[1:l l l lRU lml l' "Buildint ME OVER 25 USED CARS AND TRUCKS "burs.: ALSO PRICED TO BE SOLD. McI oR Coun /l" i p.,,. stop in today and see... Of Shelton * 426-2611 1 p.,,. DARREL ANDREWS BURL NYE ~.rn. 426-8252 426-2264 Thursday, May 13, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3