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June 10, 1971

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Lillie J. Crisman Dies In California James Spilseth, Rt. 11, Bdx 463, Olympia, failure to use due care the docket in and caution, $25 forfeit; Louis Justice Court Miller, St. Rt. 1, Shelton, drunk nCorreaduring in public, three days in jail; Rt. 5, Box 347, ay right Dean Lake Dr., lag unlicensed mOtor vehicle, Peters, Danny arshall Dr., too closely, Rt. 2, to dim Larry St., forfeit; St., forfeit; NW, ntoxicated, Vulgar $75 ays in jail, 30 Rt. 5, Box .'Xhaust, George Wilson, Rt. 1, Box 228, Shelton, speeding, minor consuming liquor, $85 forfeit; Ronald Anderson, Third and Walnut, Shelton, no arterial stop, $20 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past two weeks were to Caroline Clabor, cabin, $14,000; Eldon Colston, residence, $10,845; Daniel Mouldenhour, residence, $15,700; Leonard Thelen, residence, $13,000; John Thompson, garage, $500; Lawrence Blackwell, residence, $18,000; Thurston Bosley, vacation home, $4,000; William Broughton Sr., garage, $2,500; Elgin Coon, residence, $1 0,0 0 0 ; A nthony Criml, vacation home, $3,000; Daniel Harse, cabin, $2,310; Robert Hash, carport, $500; Lewis Hatfield, vacation cabin, $600; Duane Hemphill, remodeling, $3,000; Hugo Homer, cabin, Mrs. Hazel Smith reported a break-in. A car stolen in Ellensburg June 2 was found stripped about Lake Cushman State Park. Burlington Northern Railway reported wire taken. Mrs. Robert Hutchinson reported a break-in. Mrs. Charles Pratt reported four hub caps taken. Don Lowry reported vandalism to a cabin. Fred Kaelin reported an outboard motor taken. Clyde Smith reported a boat taken. W. L. Kluver reported a boat taken. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Harry Linker, fence and parking slab, $270; Eugene Luz, residence, $17,750. FIRE DEPARTMENT June 5, 5:20 p.m., fire in car owned by Gloria Craig, 628 Franklin. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces t; Robert Olympia, and face Melvin Tacoma, 0f center Roush, ~n, illegal 213 $2,000; Magnar Holstrom, Divorce Decrees were granted to Lucas, vacation home, $4,000; CrLinda Watters from Gerald summer home, $1,000; John to: forfeit; S. 14th, J. Martin, cabin, $10,000; Watt n Watters. headlights, Olson, cabin, $2,500; Garro Everett Nichols from Donna Drescher, Patrick, residence, $12,000; Nichols. failure toLester Smith, summer cabin, New Cases ox 775, $150 Densmore limit of Charles x 25, crab, 863 limit of Box 512, license, N. Without Sally ! Samuel In Ave., fish forfeit; 61st. fish ~). Box tail s, $15 125 1322 504 .Huff, $2,000; James Sobotka, residence and garage, $1 2,000; Jerry Springer, residence, $19,000; Alan Van Buskirk, recreation cabin, $3,000; John Winn, residence, $35,000. SHELTON POLICE Some obscene writing was found on the Reed Building. A purse belonging to Vonda Richards was found and turned in to the Police Station. Vehicles driven by Margaret Lathem and John Olsoe collided on Highway 101 S. Mrs. Ken White reported a Laborador dog taken. Mrs. Slick reported coins taken from her residence. Joe Ecklund reported a wallet taken. The door to Saeger Motors was found open. Mrs. Clarence Wishan reported three tires and wheels taken. Mrs. Ron Lawson reported mail taken from a mail box. Mrs. Joyce Morke reported a bicycle found. Ralph Endicott reported two fishing poles, two reels and other fishing tackle taken from a boat. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Jon Fuller reported someone shot at him while he was standing at the intersection of Highways 101 and 108. David Courson reported two sleeping bags, a pack, white gas, food, clothing and a first aid kit were taken from a camp site. John Peterson reported a cabin broken into. Pat Leimbeck reported a trailer broken into. Jerry Richard reported shrimp being poached. Clyde Smith reported a boat missing. W. L. Kluver reported a boat taken. Renold Lee reported a breakrin. Lewis Curl reported an air compressor taken. Walt Rae reported a break-in. A trailer house at Timberlakes belonging to the Wiitalos was reported broken into. Thomas Page reported a break-in in which a television was taken. Jackie Washburn against Gorden Esser, Richard Bond and S. J. Herrick, trespass. Change of name for Daniel Earl Owens. Bill Noll against L. D. Chilton, doing business as Thunderbird Lumber Co., debt. Victor Raisoni against the Department of Labor and Industries, appeal. Navy Yard Metal Trades Credit Union against Vincente Justiniano, collection on note. June 3 June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 8 June 9 Hi Low Precip. 59 48 - 61 47 - 68 41 - 77 48 - 66 50 .12 62 47 .01 62 40 - The extended outlook is for showery periods throughout Friday with high temperatures in the 60's. Highs for Saturday and Sunday are expected to range from 55 to 65 degrees with lows mostly in the 40's. - \ ERAGE ENTS Ask us about our paycheck protection plan and Money Back Life Insurance. INSURANCE AGENCY Saturday ! 0:00-1:00 p.m. t-=_~A~~- ~ ~L Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office during the past two weeks were: Jerry Raymond, 25, Shelton, and Willene Olson, 29, Shelton. Daniel O'Leary, 31, Shelton, and Janice Huff, 31, Shelton. Robert Hammond, 20, Shelton, and Kristie Look, 19, Shelton. George Schoenfeldt, 22, Port Angeles, and Sharon Reynolds, 20, Port Angeles. Willis E. Burnett, 55, Shelton, and Mary J. Miller, 47, Federal Way. William P. Rollins, 21, Shelton, and Sharon Donaldson, 20, Shelton. Ralph Saeger, 29, Centralia, and Susan Rollevson, 23, Hoodsport. Romaine Parsons, 31, Tumwater, and Oliva Blair, 19, Chicago, Ill. Ti These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay, add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, June 10 Low ......12:42 a.m. High ....... 5:00 a.m. Low ......12:30 p.m. High ....... 8:18 p.m. Friday, June 11 Low .......1:24 a.m. High ....... 5:42 a.m. Low .......1:12 p.m. High ........ 8:54 p.m. Saturday, June 12 Low .......2:18'a.m. High ....... 6:36 a.m. Low .......1 : 54 p.m. High ....... 9:30 p.m. Sunday, June 13 Low .......3:12 a.m. High ....... 7:36 a.m. 8.3 ft. 10.6 ft. -3.0 ft. 12.5 ft. Low .......2:42 p.m. -1.6 High ....... 10:06 p.m., 12.9 Monday, June 14 Low ........4:12 a.m. 6.1 ft. High, ...... 8:48 a.in.8.8 f~. Low ....... 3:30 p.m. 0.4 ft. High ...... 10:42 p.m.12.8 ft. Tuesday, June 15 Low ....... 5:12 a.m. 4.8 ft. High ...... 10:12 a.m.8.3 ft. Low ....... 4:24 p.m. 2.0 ft. High ...... 11:24 p.m.12.7 ft. Wednesday, June 16 Low .......6:12 a.m. 3.3 ft. High ......1 l:48 a.m.8.1 ft. Low .......5:18 p.m. 3.7 ft. Thursday, June 17 High ......12:00 a.m.12.6 ft. Low .......7:06 a.m. 1.7 ft. High ....... 1:30 p.m. 8.6 ft. Low .......6:24 p.m. 5.3 ft. Lillie J. Crisman, 89, died Saturday in a Riverside, Cal. rest home. She was born Aug. 2, 1881 in ]~ewis, Iowa. She was a resident of Sqaelton from 1921"until 1942, and had lived since then in California. She is survived by two sons, Byron Crisman of Long Beach, Cal. and Orlie Crisman of Anita, Iowa; six daughters, Mrs. Maude Tearer, Peoria, II1., Mrs. Laura McKibben, Brayton, Iowa, Mrs. Marjorie Jackson of Corning, Cal., Mrs. Coral Bare, Missoula, Mont., Mrs. Mary McLaughlin, Elisnore, Cal., and Mrs. Opal Wilson of Shelton; a sister, Mrs. Mary Berella, Akers, Iowa; 29 grandchildren; 66 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. A service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. Ed Chamberlain officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Madeline Rood Dies In Hospital Madeline Rood, Rt. 2, Box 677, died Saturday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 78 years. She was born Nov. 4, 1892 in Aboca, Iowa and had lived in this area since 1924. Survivors include her husband, Carroll of the home and two nieces. The Rev. John Moore officiated at a memorial service held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Shelton Memorial Park. Foursquare Sets Bible School 8.1 ft. 10.5 ft. -3.0 ft. 12.7ft. Daily Vacation Bible School begins June 14 at the Shelton Foursquare Church. The theme 7.7 ft.for this year will be Jesus Speaks 10.1 ft. To Our World. -2.5 ft. The school will run for five 12.8 ft. days - June 14 - 18. The closing program will be June 20 at 7 p.m. 7.1 ft.There will be classes for those 9.5 ft.from kindergarten through Junior ft. High - (5 years through 15 ft. years). New " Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. David L. Coffey, 1332 Ridge Road, a girl, June 5. A SON, Jess Alton, was born on May 29 in Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. to S/Sgt. and Mrs. William J. Tobler, Grandparents are Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. J. A. Tobler of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kessinger of New Castle, Del. Great-grandfathers are W. C. Tobler and John B. Cormier, both of Shelton. GET READY FOR A WITH TIRES FROM Most Sizes In Stack For Immediate Delivery Delivery Charge I ncludes Local Mounting SUy PAIR C7B--13 TUBELESS BLACKWALL GUARANTEED TO WEAR 30 MONTHS Rugged • • • Built with two brawny fiberglass belts under the tread - and dual stripe white-walls for sporty look. ) All New Guardsman 2+2 Dynaglass SAVE On Camper and Truck Tires If you drive up to the speed limit frequently and want up to twice the mileage of unbelted tires - TttIS IS FOR YOU! C78-13 TUBELESS BLACKwALL USE YOUR SEARS CREDIT PLAN GUARANTEED TO WEAR 36 MONTHS Wideluard 2+2 Dynaglass Tire Sears Sales O ice ~earS has ~ C'edlI Dlan to suit your needs. eotavcK *ND co Evergreen Square * 24-Hr. Phone 426-8201 • Shelton I | from Evergreen Drug FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY JUNE 20 special gifts for DAD packed with chocolates REG. $8.95 MODEL NO. 5310 LABEL MATE WITH PURCHASE OF WESTCLOX ELECTRIC OR KEYWOUND ALARM 95 EXTENSION CORD ALL PURPOSE OUTDOOR 50 FT. REG. $4.59 NOW COPPER & CHROME NYLON LINER REG. $6.98 NOW 1/2 lb. box $1.20 1 lb. box $2.40 1 Ib ......... $2.00 With "English Leather" Samples Leather-like vinyl, 2 vinyl lined zip pockets with shock absorbent foam back. REG. $4.99 NOW PORTABLE BUTANE CAMPING LANTERN • Lights instantly • Burns brighter than any other camping lantern • Adjustable from low glow to bli'Int- ness exceeding 150 watt lightbulb • Burns up to 15 hours on a single 250 gram Multi-Fill • Non-clogging •.. burner valve and orifice are self-cleaning • No maintenance.., porcelainized roof, heat resistant pyrex glass • Operates on clean, safe butane fuel from Ronson 250 gram Multi-Fill Butane injector... available everywhere • Positive shut-off switch • Compact -- takes up less space in car or camper • Complete with handle, fold-away stand and 250 gram Multi-Fill injector. 41lOt CAMP 'N' GLO Portele Butant Camplnl Lantern wlttt 250 gram Multi-FilL Code 2074; Retail $1511 NOW ONLY Fully ldJUltl~e high Intemdty light.., from lOW to high Blightne. exceeds 150 watt light bulb Lights InatonUy ...no pumping or pdmlet EVERGREEN SQUARE 426-.3456 I I I Thursday, June 10, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3