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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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COURT )n the docket in Justice Court Were: during ltrol Rt. 1, Box 176, lure to yield forfeit; Thomas 1, Shelton, to and in $15 fine, $I0 Doolittle, Rt. expired fine; Marl 355, Shelton, Thomas 1, Box 85, to deld lkee reek Motel, ring while license, in jail, license Office Rt. 1, Box $300 I0 days in Denoyer, on, Shelton, COted, $125 suspended, t ~man, 509 fishing a license, I~LICE reported from her 'en by John Johns D1 N. and J by Norman Masteller reported 2, son of Raymond, when ~as riding at G and Was taken to ll Hospital for POrted a smoke naail Collection taken Car lot. ed a flag I OFFICE reported out of a reported .=rty. a trailer and food Lorraine son Lake. a female mail box knocked down. Grace Koenig reported a break-in. Roger Clark reported a break-in in which $15, a hub cap and a wallet was taken. Mrs. Michaelson reported a Visla dog found. Ivan Jensen reported a tool box and tools, a propane heater, radio, fishing tackle, rain gear, a router and a drill taken from his pick-up. Paula Malloy reported a purse taken. It was later found. Clinton Whipple reported a tape deck, 20 tapes and a tachometer taken from his car. F. W. Shafer reported a motor taken. Seth Mackie reported about 15 gallons of gasoline and a battery taken. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces A divorce decree was granted to Tillie Fordyce from Paul Fordyce. New Cases Clinton Cowgill against Richard Anderson, recission of contract. Cary Settle and Diane Bolduc, marriage waiver. Timberlakes Inc. against Mr. and Mrs. James Hagan. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to J. Carl Eshelman, add to residence, $5,000; Jay Adams, second home, $12,000; Gary Bambenek, residence, $6,000; Mrs. Louise Bouillon, second home, $6,000; Richard Bouillon, second home, $6,000; George Brown, summer cabin, $1,500; Mrs. Charles Buck, second home, $12,000; Ken Butler, remodeling, $500; Julius Caeser, residence, $16,000; James Cation, second home, $9,000; Donald Cox, second home, $6,000; Eldon Dillenberg, remodel house and shed, $2,500; Richard Floberg, cabin, $750; Ray Grasher, residence, $18,000; Milton Harrard, second home, $9,000; William Hamilton, second home, $9,000; Robert Hammond, second home, $9,000; Neill Hines, second home, $9,000; David James, second home, $12,000; Harold Johnson, garage, $1,500; Jack Kennedy, storage shed, $500; Albert Kilmer, cabin, $3,175; Keith Lilliman, second home, $6,000; Ted Little, residence, $14,500; John Maher, second home, $9,000; Shirley MarTs, second home, $12,000; Harry McNutt, second home, $9,000; William Primavera, second home, $6,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration home, $9,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration home, $9,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration home, $15,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration home, $12,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration a motor home, $12,000; Quadrant Corp., demonstration home, $6,000; 'ted a boat Quadrant Corp., demonstration Was later home, $6,000; Albert Richard, garage, $500; Robert Roberts, to Nancy bulkhead, $2,000; Edward Urned into Sommers, recreational, $6,800; Robert Stone, residence, $14,500; : reported Mr. Twiddy, residence, $18,500; :. Hubert Unger Jr., second home, eprted a $9,000; Ray Wheeler, remodeling, into and $12,000; James Wilson residence, iZor taken. $17,000. 'eprted a CITY BUILDING PERMITS tnto and a Bob Carey, carport, $700; and lantern Tom Ogden; workshop, $576; Firstmark Corp., residence, 'eprted a $14,500; Firstmark Corp., raixer, gas residence,$14,500; Firstmark hose taken. Corp., residence, $14,000; Jefferies Firstmark Corp., $14,500. l, reported a FIRE DEPARTMENT :o. July 3, 10:35 p.m., fire in n Cole Rd. furniture in back of pick-up to owned by Bob Tobby, $65 reported a damage. NIS ANNUAL ING PARKs & PLAYGROUNDS d Park- Shelton July 25, 1971 a.m.. 1 p.m. $1"$0 ADULTS- 75 CHILDREN Lester Baldwin Dies In Hospital tester Baldwin, Rt. 3 Box 432, died Saturday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 77 years. Born Feb. 2, 1894 in Davenport, Wa. he was a retired logger and had lived in Shelton for the past four years. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Gelodine Baldwin of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Fahrnkopf, Olympia, and Mrs. Joyce Byrd of Shelton; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild. A service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Batstone Funeral Home with the key. Wesley Gain officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Lifetime Resident Taken By Death Edna P. Kneeland, a lifetime resident of Shelton, died Sunday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Home. She was 82 years old. She was born Sept. 22, 1888 in Denver, Colo. She was a member of the Golden Age Club. Mrs. Kneeland is survived by a son, Delmar A. Sharp of Aberdeen; three grand-daughters, Mrs. Doris Backholm, Mrs. Phyllis Shellgren and Mrs. Vivian LeMasters, all of Aberdeen; two grandsons, Calvin Carroll of Sacramento, Cal. and Donald Carroll of Aberdeen; ten great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Hazel Kelley of Hollywood, Cal.; and a brother, Robert MacAuley of Sacramento. Father Gabriel Donohue will officiate at a service to be held at 1 p.m. Friday in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Dale E. Hill, 23, Marysville, Cal. and Judy Marshall, 18, Shelton. R. Mark Bennett, 24, Everett, and Barbara Morrison, 24, Shelton. Gregory Buher, 19, Bremerton, and Marilyn Kempf, 18, Bremerton. Harmon Sparr, 39, Shelton, " and Joann Wurm, 18, Shelton. Richard Lightman, 21, Page, Ariz., and Kristy Strom, 19, Shelton. Cary Settle, 18, Shelton, and Diane Balduc, 16, Elma. Kwangchun Park, 27, Potsdam, N.Y., and KyringJa Kim, 23, Potsdam, N.Y. James Chalmers Dies Saturday James O. Chalmers, 72, of Star Rt. 1, Box 201 died Saturday in Mason General Hospital. He had been a resident of Union for ten years, and was formerly of Elma. He was born Jan. 2, 1899 in Satsop. He was a veteran of World War I, having served in the U. S. Army, and was a retired logger. Surviving him are his wife Leah Chalmers of Union; a son, James V. Chalmers of Elma; a step-son, Douglas Eaton, of Warrington, Va.; a brother, Leon Chalmers, Centralia; a sister, Lulu Hutchinson, Montesano; six grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Following cremation, a memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. today in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. William Andrews officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the heart and the cancer funds. Ti es These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay, add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, July 8 High ........ 4:00 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ....... 11:36 a.m.-3.1 ft. High ........ 7:18 p.m. 12.5 ft. Friday, July 9 Low ......12:24 a.m.8.0 ft. High ....... 4:48 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......12:12 p.m.-3.1 ft. High ....... 7:48 p.m. 12.7 ft. Saturday, July 10 Low ....... 1:12 a.m. 7.3 ft. High ........... 5:42 10.6 ft. Low ......12:54 p.m.-2.8 ft. High ....... 8:18 p.m. 12.9 ft. Sunday, July 11 Low .......1:54 a.m. 6.4 ft. High ....... 6:42 a.m. 10.2 ft. Low .......1:36 p.m. -2.0 ft. High ....... 8:48 p.m. 13.0 ft. Monday, July 12 Low .......2:42 a.m. 5.3 ft. High ....... 7:48 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low .......2:18 p.m. -0.7 ft. High ....... 9:18 p.m. 13.0 ft. Tuesday, July 1 3 Low .......3:36 a.m. 4.1 ft. High ....... 9:00 a.m. 9.1 ft. Low .......3:06 p.m. 1.7 ft. High ....... 9:54 p.m. ~2.9 ft. Wednesday, July 14 Low ....... 4:30 a.m. 2.8 ft. High ...... 10:24 a.m.8.7 ft. Low ....... 3i54 p.m. 3.5 ft. High ...... 10:30 p.m.12.7 ft. Thursday, July 15 Low ....... 5:30 a.m. 1.5 ft. High ...... 11:54 a.m.8.6 ft. Low ....... 4:54 p.m. 5.3 ft. High ...... 11:12 p.m.12.4 ft. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Lyon, 324 Oak St., a girl, June 30. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Knight, 707 Ellinor, a boy, July 1. Mr. and Mrs, Leo J. Beyer, Hi Low Precip. 701 No. 13th, agirl, July 1. July 1 71 48 - Mr. and Mrs. Morley S. July2 72 42 - Preppernau, P. O. Box 134, twin July 3 74 5 - girls, July 3. July 4 77 53 - Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Carter, July 5 68 53 - 619 Arcadia, a girl, July 4. July 6 66 45 .16 July 7 66 44 - Erin Dawn Friday, Saturday and Sunday ., t-orn in Madigan Hospital o LTe~ her mother's birthday, will be mostly fair except for n , morning cloudiness, with high to SP/4 and Mrs. James R. temperatures from 65 to 75 ,,, . r_randparents are Mr wimngs, u ... degrees and lows from 45 to 50. and Mrs. James HlcKson of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs, George Winings of McCleary. SP/4 IF YOU can t answer a man's Winnings is serving with the U.S. arguments, all is not lost; you can Army in Germany, where his wife still call him vile names. and daughter will soon join him. Elbert Hubbard #7301 7" SAW \ ONLY Improved burnout protected motor, Best value general-purpose saw you can buy. 1 HP motor gives all the power needed to handle toughest jobs. Safety-approved for 7t/~" and 6Vz" blades. Smaller-b/note is safely COVered by extra-wide guard. Keeps sawdust away from cutting line for better visibility. Accepts optional U1914 rip fence. Bevel and depth adjustments quickSy and easily made. 71/4" combination blade is standard equipment. Cutting depth: 90 23/a- 45* 1~'; 120V AC; 9 nips,; 1 HP; 4900 RPM; net wt. 11~/8 Ibs., ship. wt. 137/8 Ibs. 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 IIIII 000 Polyester Knit Fabric One to 5 yard pieces. Reg. to $4.95 yd.. NOW Cotton Blend Fabric Reg. to $2.50 yard ................ NOW Denim Fabric Approximately 100 yards. Reg. to $2.29 . NOW Beach Towel Extra large size. Reg. to $3.50 . . . NOW & 88 YD. YD. Bath Towels Regularly to $2.98 ...................NOW Beth Towels Extra nice. Regularly to $4 .............. NOW Ladies Panti Hose Regularly to $2.00 .................... NOW Assorted Fabric OVER 4,000 YARDS OFF REG. RETAIL ..'..';~!~i:$~?% : % , ~ ~ ~ JEWELRY ~ " i': , ..... ~i/2 PRICE SALE Ladies Straw Hand Begs Ladies Dress Handbags Large group ................... Ladies Sleopwear !/3 !/2 One double rack ...... TO Ladies Slips & Foundations t/3= t/2 Two special tables ...... TO Ladies Stretch Wigs Regularly $16.99 ................... NOW Men's Odds & Ends Large special table .................. OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. RETAIL PRICE Men's Dress Ties Good selection .................... Men's Dress Shirts White and stripe, sta-press short sleeves. I/2 18 only. Sizes 14V2 - 15 only ....... NOW Men's Sta-prass Slacks 16 pair only, famous name brand .... NOW Men's Nylon Jackets 12 only size small Reg. $10 .......... Men's 1 l 2 Pant Suits 1OO% sharkskin wool is year around weight. Compares to $90 suit. No alterations ......... Men's Sportcoats 30 only. Regularly to $65... NOW Men's Large Rack o, odds and ends ................. NOW !/2 PRICE PRICE PRICE 88 DOUBLE GUARANTEE Reg. to $60.00 .............. NOW Lay.Away for only $2.00 down! Because of the late Spring and still late Summer, we are forced to clear $10,000 of clothing to make room for back to school merchandise. Shop now and save! OFF REG. , * . Ladies' Swmsuds ............. 1/4 I Ladles Smmsu,ts / Regularly to $14 .................... NOW Ladies' Blouses ................ I/3 A -G'/Ladles, |uns ................... !/3 - - /~ OFF REG./ ~ /#~ OFF REG. i rt Slacks ! dl~ RETAIL " ' Lad es' ~ ........... / / Ladios Hot Pants ............... I/~ RETAIL -- ' -- ~/.4 OFF REG./ ImOFF REG Lades' OP '- ] Lad,es Short-shorts & Walk Shortsl/q RETA,L Sleeveless Knit I s l/~ RETAIL " ' _ -- . , -- ~/~ OFF REG./ --, , ~/a~ OFF REG. Ladies" Caftan Dresses ........... 1/2 ..,././Lad,es' Knit--Tops 66 _ 1 Values to $5 ....................... NOW Ladies' Dressy Dresses for office too. I/2 .. ,. / Ladies' Corduroy Flare Pant= ] Regularly $8.50 ...................... NOW CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Gids' Swimsuits OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. Gids' 2-Pc. Short & Knit Tops RETAIL 99 Diapers, one dozen .................. NOW Infants' Boxed Sleeper |66 Regularly $2.50 ..................... NOW Two Large Tables Girls Items PRICE Reduced To Clear Girls' Sbepwear P.J.'s. Regularlv to Sa ............... GMs' Bonded Pantsuits 12 only. Regularly to $8 ............ Boys' Vested Suits 12 only with flare pants NOW OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. RETAIL Gids' DressosI 24 only ............... I/2..,c. Gids' 2-Pc. Play Outfit= 50 only. Washable knit ............. Gins' Sportswear large rack ...................... OFF REG. RETAIL OFF REG. RETAIL I/4 o..,o. Gids' Robes & Sleepwenr Larg. doub,e rack .......... RETA,- I I I II IIIII I II I Thursday, July 8, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3