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May 20, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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)UNTy )n the docket Correa in Were: Co/ur t Patrol ilson, 2112 minor in consuming Michael I.Pic Highway m POssession Itior, $25 304 E. ~er passing, 1408 $15 Rt. 2, Box sion Uor, $50 5, Box $15 s, p. O. Box right Nehalem, flagman's James p. Shelton, $125 SUspended, 's Office 34, t; tUp, :in display Laura , Shelton, [way, $15 t. 3, Box right Russell Shelton, six tded; Jill 677, of ~r, $50 Rt. 1, while a public spended, ded to Roger Allen, recreation cabin, $1,650; Edward Collins, residence, $20,000; Leroy Gidlof, vacation home, $5,000; Robert Gray, summer cabin, $5,000; Marvin Hancock, vacation home; Zeb Hannah, garage and storage shed, $3,900; Charles Harris, cabin, $5,000; Hood Canal Marina, chain link fence and gates, $1,350; Royle Howard, residence, $20,000; Robert Johnson, residence, $14,000; Thomas Marsh, summer cabin, $500; Arthur McCreedy, recreation cabin, $2,500; John Ortiz, cabin, $7,250; K. C. Randall, retaining wall, $5,000; Rudolph Watt, residence, $18,000; Bill Williams, garage and utility room, $2,000. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Carl Churchill reported headlights, tail lights, tires and two doors taken from a car. Richard Rindahl reported a row boat found. Mr. Bearden reported a large clam shell taken from in front of a store. Mr. Graham reported a boat with a small motor taken. Mr. Thomas reported a boat drifted away. Michael Lee reported a car hit a mailbox. Shirley Hansen reported windows in a store broken. Frank Travis reported jack tools taken from a pick-up. Henry Trosky reported items taken and damage done. Harlan Blake reported a U. S. flag thrown in the dump at Union. Phillip Henderson reported a break-in. W. W. Young reported a break-in. B arryBates reported a break-in. Ester Nelson reported a break-in. Mr. Popealka reported a break-in. George Brooke reported a break-in. and SUPERIOR COURT Commission New Cases Washington State Employees Credit Union against Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kingery, abstract of judgement. 2302 Virgil Adams against Mason County, quiet title. Without CITY BUILDING PERMITS ; Charles Building permits approved by Rd. SW, the city of Shelton during the Season, past week were to E. S. Olds, mobile home, carport and fence, $8,000; Ellis Bloomfield, mobile ~ox754, home, $7,000; George Collett, rnent, residence, $14,500. 8 l 2 SHELTON POLICE Petit DEPARTMENT C. S. Harrylock reported ,x 165N, someone had broken into the former Jim Pauley Ford Mercury building. Vehicles driven by Darlene Rede and Clyde Hall were Dr., involved in a collision at the parking lot at the Arctic Circle. A window was reported broken in the Kimbel building. A stripped bicycle was found behind Loop Field. $20 Lloyd Woodward reported Mason two bicycles taken. A rock was reported thrown through a window at Western Parts and Machine. rfeit; Duane Wright turned in four bts., strings of Christmas Tree lights which he found. John Peters reported rocks PERMITs thrown through a car window. Bud Soper reported a rock by thrown through the window of .~r's the Montgomery Ward Store. ere Lloyd Muirr reported a rock 17 jewels. Stainless steel. Grey dial. $40. wo .great gr'adUatlon girls from Bulova irl ti: with the most wanted new Bulova watch. on of the latest fashions torn $35. 426-3283 thrown through a window. Gladys Barden reported a rock thrown through a window. A door was found open at the city shop. Vehicles driven by Jan Huff and Shirley Goodburn collided at Seventh and Franklin. Bob Aitken reported a bicycle taken. Evergreen School reported two flags taken. A vehicle driven by Homer Lee and parked vehicle owned by William Brown were involved in a collision at Fourth and Railroad. Tides These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay, add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, May 20 High ....... 1:36 a.m. 12.3 ft. Low ....... 8:30 a.m. 1.9 ft. High ....... 2:48 p.m. 9.2 ft. Low ....... 8:00 p.m. 4.7 ft. Friday, May 21 High ....... 2:12 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low ....... 9:18 a.m. -0.6 ft. High ....... 4:00 p.m. 10.2 ft. Low ....... 9:06 p.m. 5.7 ft. Saturday, May 22 High ....... 2:48 a.m. 2.2 ft. Low ......10:00 a.m.-2.0 ft. High ....... 5:06 p.m. 11.2 ft. Low ......10:06 p.m.6.6 ft. Sunday, May 23 High ....... 3:24 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low ......10:42 a.m.-3.0 ft. High ....... 6:06 p.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.7.2 ft. Monday, May 24 High ....... 4:06 a.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......I 1 : 24 a.m. -3.6 ft. High ....... 6:54 p.m. 12.4 ft. Low ......11:54 p.m.7.5 ft. Tuesday, May 25 High ....... 4:48 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low ...... 12:06 p.m. -3.7 ft. High ....... 7:42 p.m. 12.6 ft. Wednesday, May 26 Low ...... 12:48 a.m. 7.7 ft. High ....... 5:30 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low ...... 12:54 p.m. -3.4 ft. ttigh ....... 8:30 p.m. 12.6 ft. Thursda~mM ay 27 Low ....... 1:42 a.m. 7~8 ft. High ....... 6:12 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low ....... l :36 p.m. -2.8 ft. High ....... 9:18 p.m. 12.5 ft. A MAN of action, forced into a state of thought, is unhappy until he can get out of it. John Galsworthy Harold S. Craig Dies On Saturday Harold S. Craig died Saturday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center. tte was 64 years old. He was born in Spokane on March 5, 1907, and had lived there until coming to Shelton nine months ago. He had been employed as a tile setter, and was a member of the Episcopal Church. Surviving him are his wife, Dolores, of the family home: a son, Harold L. Craig of Spokane: two daughters, Mrs. Dolores Erickson, Craigmont, Idaho, and Mrs. Sue Ann Tully of Spokane; and six grandsons. Father Donald Maddux conducted a funeral in St. David's Episcopal Church at 10 a.m. Monday and burial was in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane. ather tti Low Precip. May 13 63 44 .18 May 14 56 38 .16 May 15 64 47 .16 May 16 60 47 .59 May 17 55 32 .01 May 18 64 42 -- The extendedoutlook for Thursday through Saturday is for mostly fair weather with some cloudiness. High temperatures will be in the 60's and the lows in the 40's. Clam Diggers Breakfast Set Preparations have been made to serve 1,500 people at the annual Clam Diggers Breakfast at Ocean Park Sunday morning. The popular event is sponsored by the Ilwaco-Long Beach Kiwanis Club and will again be served at the Ocean Park Methodist Camp from 6 a.m. to noon. The breakfast is served family style, with the Kiwanians, their wives, and Rainbow Girls preparing, cooking and serving ham and eggs, hot cakes, and hash browns, along with cranberry juice and coffee. A minus 1.3 tide at 7:30 p.m. is expected to attract throngs of people to the beach and they are invited to come in their clam digging clothes, either before or after going to the beaeh. Proceeds from the 19th an- nual event help finance Kiwanis community service and youth projects. NOTHING IN life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result. Winston Churchill Edward F. Zimmer Dies In Tacoma Edward F. Zimmer, Box 327, ttoodsport, died Monday in a Tacoma hospital at the age of 69 years. He was born in Pleasant Dale, Neb. on Nov. 11, 1901 and six years ago moved to Hoodsport from Lakewood. He was a retired construction foreman, having been employed at the American Lake Veterans' Hospital until his retirement in 1961. He was a past president of the Lake City Community Club. lie is survived by his wife, Cynthia, of the home; two sons, Melvin E. of Lake City and Cecil M. of Lakewood; two daughters, Mrs. Wanda J. Bleecker, University Place, and Mrs. Wihna J. Losch of Lake City; three brothers, William of Giltner, Neb., George E. of Pleasant Dale and Wesley of Lincoln, Neb.; 21 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Mountain View Garden Chapel with burial in Mountain View Memorial Park, Tacoma. New Arriv, Harold K. Victor Dies In Hospital Harold K. Victor, 77, died Friday in Mason General Hospital. A 12-year resident of Potlatch, he had formerly lived in Seattle. He was born Dec. 3, 1893 in Minnesota. He was a retired newspaper man, having been employed by the Seattle Post-lntelligencer, the Seattle Times, and the Star. He was a past master of Constellation Lodge No. 266 of Seattle; a member of the Shrine; and of the Shrine Patrol, Seattle. He is survived by his wife Clara of the family home; a brother, Hallon Victor, of Toppenish; and twb sisters, Mrs. Mildred Ernst of Wyoming and Mrs. Gladys Hilstad, Yakima. No funeral was held and cremation occurred. Dea L. Schnitzer Taken By Death Dea L. Schnitzer died in the Mason General Hospital on Friday at the age of 68 years. He was born Dec. 6, 1902 in Skamon, Kan. He had lived in Shelton for 35 years, and was a retired logger. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Roberts, 717 Franklin, a boy, May 12. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Depoe, 104 E. D St., a boy, May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Rose, 504 Grant St., a girl, May 13. Survivors include his wife, Stella, of the home; two sons, Harold and Raymond, both of Shelton; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a brother, Cleo, of Alhambra, Cal. Cremation was held, with no funeral service. It's easier.., and expensive...when an insurance agent who takes an interest, takes over your insurance program. Because there are ways to save on quality insurance.., on programs that provide maximum pro- tection for your family. We'll show you some ways... but we won't pressure you. That makes things a little easier, too. :: Rocky Hembroff 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 SAFECO INSURANCE Home Office / Seattle, Wash. 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