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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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July 1, 1971

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ip Christopher D. Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Palmer, and Erik Joel Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Anderson are receiving a specialized training in Boy Scout Leadership at Philmont Scout Ranch and Explorer Base in the Rocky Mountains of northeastern New Mexico. Palmer and Anderson are two of more than 800 Scouts selected from across the nation to participate in the 12-day summer course at the Junior Leader Instructor Training Camp, located Driver License Office Closed POTLATCH POSTMASTER Mrs. Belle Larson pours a cup of coffee during the Postal Service Day observance July 1. Mrs. Larson, wearing an Indian costume, greeted postal customers that day and served coffee and cookies during the day. Boy Scouts from the area put up the flag that morning and assisted Mrs. Larson with serving the coffee and cookies. CCI en Three traffic accidents which resulted in injuries, none of them serious, occured in Mason County over the holiday weekend, the Washington State Patrol reported. eastbound on Arcadia Rd. when the left tie rod parted. The vehicle went off the road to the right in a broadside skid and rolled over. Kiser received lacerations and abrasions on his arm which were treated by a private physician, the Patrol said. Ison suffered a possible back injury and was taken to Mason General Hospital. A motorcycle rider was injured after his vehicle collided Kermit C. Kiser, 18, Rt. 3, Box 475, Shelton, and a passenger - in the pick-up he was driving, Kent lson, 18, Cousintown, Va., . were injured about 7:45 p.m. Monday when a tie rod on the vehicle came loose and it left the ; road and overturned, with a dump truck on the Lake The Patrol said the accidel~t~ XC_~shman Rd. about 6 p.m. i~ ~app~ned 4 .g mia~, o~ ~ l~ll'~td~t~,~the State Patrol reported. Shelton on the Arcadia Rd. The Robert Boman, 19, Ollala, ; pick-up driven by' Kiser was was riding a 1970 motorcycle at the time of the accident. He suffered severe lacerations to the groin and abdomen and a possible broken pelvis, the State Patrol said. The Patrol said Boman and a dump truck driven by Donald Rollevson, 18, Cushman Dam I, Hoodsport, were both eastbound on the Lake Cushman Rd. about .5 mile west of Hoodsport. The dump truck was making a left turn into the Hoodsport dump and as the motorcycle attempted to pass, the Patrol said, the motorcycle hit the left rear of the truck. Three persons were injured when two motorcycles collided on the Power Line Rd. 2.3 miles northwest of Allyn about 2:30 p.m. Sunday, the State Patrol said. Todd Snyder, 16, Vaugl~n, !Wanted Man i ls Billy Crowder, 42, 8145 C. St., Port Angeles, was arrested by Mason County Sheriff's Deputies last week on a Clallam County warrant charging him with grand larceny. Officers observed a car parked in the rest area in Purdy Canyon, and, ran a stolen check on it. They were informed the car belonged to Crowder, who was wanted by Clallam County authorities. They checked the car and found Crowder asleep in it. He was turned over to Clallam County authorities Friday. For Par Is To "Program be softball, dodgeball, kickball and centerbase. Fun Day is Friday, July 16. A nature scavenger hunt, treasure hunts, and baloon bust free-for-all will be held. Any games that children want to bring will also be played. Kneeland Park will be the site of Fun Day, starting at 11:00 a.m. again. Shelton Parks Department has announced a schedule of events for the week of July 12 for children of all ages. On Monday, July 12, Track Day will last from ! 1:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at Kneeland Park. Events will be relay races, red rover, cross tag, broad jump and discus throw (frisbee). Ribbons ~ will be awarded for places. 7 Wednesday, July 14 is Game Day at Callanan Park. It will also last from 11 until 4. Games will : Moose Event The Moose Lodge family hamlmrger and hot dog barbecue .~ will be held at the Moose Lodge Sunday. There will be a pot luck luncheon followed by games and other activities. Mason County drivers will no longer be able to renew or obtain their driver's licenses in Shelton. The State Department of Motor Vehicles discontinued as of July 1 operation of the driver's licensing substation it had operated here two days a week. Drivers will now have to go to Olympia to renew or get driver's licenses. The Olympia office is located at 503 W. Fourth St. STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME lrOBIltllKI & 317 S. 1ST ST. Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 8, 1971 Burglary Told At Cushman The Mason County Sheriff's Office is investigating a burglary of the Lake Cushman Lodge Sunday night. Officers said the burglary occured some time between 12:30 and 8 a.m. and that entry was gained by prying a door open. About $350 was reported taken. epor' was southbound on the Power Line Rd., rounded a curve to the right and struck a motorcycle ridden by Donald Alder, 17, Puyallup. Snyder suffered an injyry to his left elbow. Alder suffered injuries to his left arm and right leg and a passenger on the motorcycle, his sister, Laurie Alder, 8, suffered bruises, the State Patrol said. Thefts Reported The Mason County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of several items from two trucks belonging to Wire Exculator Enterprises. The trucks were parked at Taylor Towne. The theft was reported to the Sheriff's Office Tuesday. Items reported as missing were a radio speaker, a head set, a set of rain clothes, 1,800 feet of rope, a first aid kit, a fire extinguisher, a hard hat, a seat cushion and various tools. on the 214-square mile ranch. The purpose of the course is to prepare these Scouts to assist their council in training other junior leaders. Members of Tumwater Council, the scouts are receiving intensive instruction in the skills of leadership and Scoutcraft, including patrol and troop activitiy planning, hike planning, campfire planning and conducting training programs. The Scouts participating in each session live in tents and are organized into patrols. Throughout the training program, patrol positions are rotated to .give each boy a well-rounded experience. geOver By FRANCES CATTO -- " Lilliwaup Post Office was, if possible, even more inviting and hospital than usual July 1 when it celebrated the inauguration of the new United States Postal Service. Flower arrangements sent by community friends, the photographic displays and posters, along with the serving of coffee and cookies, marked the special event. Local stamp collectors came in for commemorative envelopes or first day cover with the new U. S. Postal Service commemorative stamps, offered for the first time by every post office in the country. Visitors made comments in the guest book kept by Postmaster Faith Evans and Clerk Ellen Moffett, adding to the many pages full of praise for the scenic Olympic Peninsula and for the post office and its personnel. "Best little oi' post office in the U.S.A." and "cute and clean and a pleasure to see" and the description, "Intriguing" by a California tourist, were among the comments made Thursd',:~. Modern business methods are planned by the new corporation which replaces the U. S. Post Office Department, However, local patrons at Lilliwaup hope that the special atmosphere and friendliness of their post office facility will go on and on. Howard V. 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Howard V. Yule, 56, died Friday in St. Peter's Hospital in Olympia. He was born March 25, 1915 in Conrad, Mont. and had been a resident of Shelton for 44 years. He had been employed by the Post Office since 1936 and was assistant postmaster. Mr. Yule was a member of the First Baptist Church, and belonged to the Shelton Yacht Club. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie M. Yule, of the home; two sons, Dennis D. of Seattle and Randall V. of the U. S. Coast Guard, in Kansas; one grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Ruby Mallows of Shelton. The Rev. Wesley Gain officiated at a service in the First Baptist Church at 1 1 a.m. Wednesday. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park and in lieu of flowers donations were made to favorite charities. Women's Group To Hear Speaker Dr. Donald Launstein, Registrar and Associate Professor of Biblical Literature at Western Seminary, Portland, Ore., will be the speaker for the Christian Women's Club at 11:50 a.m. Monday at the Hallmark Inn. There will be special music by Mrs. Greta Skaar and Mrs. Wilma Moore. A nursery is available at the First Baptist Church, Fifth and Cote. Reservations can be obtained by calling 426-2488 or 426-6543. Dr. Launstein received his B.A. degree from Taylor University, Upland, Ind., his Th.M degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and his Th.D degree from Grace Theological Seminary. He spent three years as a pastor, eight years in full-time evangelical work and nine years in the college and seminary administrative field. Enlists In Army John B. Pearson, son of Lois and John Pearson, Shelton, Washington, recently enlisted in the U. S. Army for a three year period. According to SFC John C. 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