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July 22, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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July 22, 1971

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it " Bessie Phillips Olaf Johnsen S A Dies In Oregon Dies In Hospital ew By MORLEY KRAMER still planning to hit the trail to see , Mrs. Bessie M. Phillips died Olaf Johnsen of Shelton, j Millions of Americans are on and do things. + formerly of Aberdeen, died in the ] !he road these days vacationing, Most people know where Sunday in Salem, Ore. at the age rriva s of 61 years. McCleary hospital on Monday at out mere are many more WhO are they're going, but many head-out :::.:::.::-ii She was a resident of Shelton the age of 67 years.~ just to see something new and "" from 1945 until 1957, and had He was born Feb. 27, 1904 in Mason General Hospital different. In either case, a visit to Hubert Chambers reported Chesterfield-Hoss Inc., and Susan lived in Oregon since that time. Kristiansand Norway He was an Mr _ .. ' , ..... ~ the Shelton Public Library can be ' " the . ano Mrs. Kennem K. rofitable ...... someone threw a beer bottleChesterfield, recision of contract. She was born Feb. 15, 1910 in Simpson Shopsin Shelton. HeJitly 1'5 . u, box .~ou, a girl, Weather electrician and retired front FvansRt I" " ~. ..... p . lucre are mgnts and )n the docket in through a window at the Mason Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ketter Tyler, Wa. places along the way which, if one Justice CourtApartments. and Mr. and Mrs. John Ketter Mrs. Phillips is survived by her was a member of Faith Lutheran Mr " , ...... knows about, he will stop to see. nd . and rvzrs. Antone v. Checkin .... tCorrea during Don VanderWal reported he against Bruce Colasurdo, Geoffry husband, Bruce S. Phillips ofChurch', Shelton Rock a Bisser. , r~t ...... Iv tmx o.5"~ a ooy~ ~ "oak g a roau map, a .mstry found a brown pony. He said he Colasurdo, Paul Lemire and Klamath Falls, Ore.; two sons, Mineral Society; Sons of Norway July 15 ' ' 1ti Low Precin b , or an encyclopedm may Robert C. Faler of Los Vegas,in Olympia; Nordsmanns- +Mr" and Mrs Dennis - Jul" 15 83 52 +" spur an interest which can result t ate Patrol would keep it at his place until it Siedelhuber Realty, recision of Nev. and William E. Faler of Forbundet Western Division' and PerseP ' .... " ..... 15. J" "Y" '~ 86 ~1 in a more worthwhile vacation for F 2, Box 878, was claimed by the owners, contract. ' asker Efickson re orted a Arthur Bergh against Randall Kent; three daughters, Mrs. Helen " ' . , . '. 1, Kt. , box ,/.~. L'mm, a my ~t, o -- . ...... Simpson Recreation Assocmtlon. boy July lq July 17 85 52 - me WhOm tamuy. lid Operator s P wrist watchlost Updike and Hood Canal Marina Stewart of Tacoma, and Mrs. Mr Johnsen is survived by his}~lt a/~d Mrs ..... Jul- 18 89 57 The .... ~ . '". + S. uavlu v y - llorary has many Louise Dankert and Mrs. Loiswife, Magnhild.(+large) of tn,e Striplin, Rt. 1 ~3ox 208, Ehna, aJuly 19 93 59 - guidebooks, maps and other lq, forfeit $15; Vehicles drivenby Robert Inc., breach of contract. Aschoff, both of Klamath Falls; name; two uaughters, xlrs. crank boy. July 17. July 20 94 59 - sources of information which can i,vehiclemaern licenseHtel' collidedRasmusSenat Highwayand lrenel01 Wrights. and EarlGrImmowen, CollectionSdoing businessagamStas 17 grandchildren; four sisters, (Christine) Red of Yelm, and Mrs.Mr.and Mrs. Terry B. Laber, July 21 89 55 - be helpful to vacationers. The i 115; Ray Parr, Park St Belfair Care, debt. Mrs. Hattie Shonkwiler, Shelton: Leonard (Ainu) Wisher. Menlo; 1828 N.Adams, a boy, July 18. The extendedoutlook is for library is open Monday thru Mrs. May Dasch, Ehna; Mrs. Helen one son, ttarold T. Johnsen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. fair skies from Friday through Friday from noon to 5:30 p.m. % no vehicle Joyce Kilbourne reported a Spokane Police Credit Union Potter, Baker, Ore.; and Mrs.M a r shall Islands ; seven Brown, Rt. 2, Box 519, a girl, Sunday with high temperatures in and from 7 to 9 p.m. and defective 'i .~ SUspended; wasCameraparkedtakenon frOma downtowna car whilestreet.it judgment.against A.W. Halbig, abstract of Nicia Willoughby of Portland,g r a n d c h i 1 d r e n ; o n e July *0 the 80's and lows in the 50's. Ore.; a brother, Gene Hogan, great-grandchild: two sisters, Mrs. " " ~Stop q 326atAlder,stop Stanley Karvanek reported National Bank of Commerce Olympia; and numerous nieces Oscar (Sigrid) Olson, Lakewood, II regoryMetcalf, gasoline siphoned, against Trans America and nephews. N.J., and Mrs. Hjalmar (Ragna) | | night reported $40 Construction Co and Mr and I Le, Bremerton, Kenneth K .. _ ar W " " The Rev. William Andrews Gustavson. Kristiansand. Norwav; | | $15; Charlestaken from a billfold in his home. Mrs. Rich d ebber, collection will officiate at a service to be and several nieces and nephews. | I~[B' | ~ f~ |~ [ Mrs. Doris Nelson reportedon promisory notes, held at 1 p.m. today in BatstoneA memorial service will be| ~ l~f~r'~ T'f ,1~ Tr~ ~ | :t. 1, Box 143, her home had been entered Milton Collins against Mr. and Funeral ttome. Burial will be in held at 2 p.m. Friday in Faith | ~ II ~,~1 | | ~, | || | ~,~ [ ~ _Vine while Vehicles driven by David C. Mrs. Martin Boner,mortgage SheltonMemorialPark. Lutheran Church. The family | | fine, five days Myers and William McGhee foreclosure. I ended, license requests no flowers. Donations | ] ays. collided at Fourth and Railroad. CITY BUILDING PERMITS may be made to the Cancer Fund I ~ ,, AP ~,, ~- I '~ }ffiee SHERIFF'S OFFICE Building permits approved by or to Faith Lutheran Church | 1~I /~ ,1/ ~ "~,~ att]~ ,~ | 1 ker, 218 BSt., Swiss Baco Skvline Lo~uin~the City of Shetton during the Building Fund in Shelton. I " ,oh ~J'A)LI ~ ~-- ,d) il ~ I .... % ,.'~'~,'~ past week were to Jim Emmett RuthM. Hartman I ,, 1 LO. reported a nyaraunc jacK, " e shed $360 Jim Sim ' r~ Vine w h i l e hoses,toolsand dieselengine storag '~420 ;" " mons, a patio cover a, nlmhe Realty eRtSe vDff i ~,Ontheatsby,deferredRt. 4, operationP rts taken from their logging fence, $91' Lungs; tram Building' Dies In Portland 13 ere nard, negligent Mrs. Landis reported a carEnterprises, residenceL $12,870; Mrs. Ruth M. Hartman of ecii g degrees rum the | , _ | Castle Rock died Monday in a 1 i Bruce Paulson, battery taken " Lundstrom buualng ~nterprises, University of Puget Sound were | _ 1 ~_ _ | | | I !e, Tacoma, no 2 -r~.~ ...............residence $12975 Lundstrom Portland, Ore. hospital. She was Jan P. Armstrong, and JamesI In rne dOOrrloll n Yt I '1 tt on Ml~. .num,auu ~c~,u~t~u a " ' ' ' qq years old. -- person, .~,. ...... :~oL.- - BuildingEnterprises residence Grimes, both of Shelton. I ~ "'' ~l~I YY ~,~i,~I~i, I Bunting, p.O.bla~.~ puny lille.bill,. ' ' She was born Dec. 15, 1915 Armstrong earned a B A in l I t.Speeding'5, Box 249,$15 break-inJameSin Latimerwhich a reportedtelevisiona $880.$10'870; Jess Danaels, carport, in Matlock, and had lived in the Political Science and Grimes a B S | | Matlock-Shelton area until 1940 in Biology. | | l lg traffic, $15 blanket and canned food wa FIRE DEPARTMENT when she moved to Vancouver, taken. July 19, 5:15 a.m. brush fire Wa. Since 1946 her home has , Warren Leyde reported a ....... View School nt of break in Denlna ml. . been primarily in Longview with IYI)U'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD II uean harris reported a behind Mr. View School. She attended the Trinity 524 133rd SW,prowler. July 13, short in electrical Lutheran Church in Longview.