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August 12, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 12, 1971

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Mason County Sheriff's Deputies, in a series of arrests involving drug violation, arrested several persons during the past week. Those arrested include: Daniel Batchetor, 30, 631 Park St., and his wife, Sharon, 23. They were arrested at a Shelton service station last week. Batchelor is being held in jail in lieu of $2,000 bail. His wife posted bail and was released from the Thurston County Jail where she had been taken after her arrest. Both were charged with possession and delivery of a controlled substance. Maxine L. Peck, 42, 2236 King St., Shelton, was charged with possession of a controlled substance. David Bralley, 19, Cation Apts., Shelton, delivery of a controlled substance. Jerry Swayze, t8, Rt. 3, Box 4 16, Shelton, possession and delivery of a controlled substance. Steven McCarty, Rt. 3, Box 4 1 6, Shelton, possession and delivery of a controlled substance. Bail on all three was set at $2,000 and all three are being held in Mason County Jail in lieu of bail. The latest arrest was a 17-year-old juvenile from Shelton who was arrested on a charge of aiding and abetting delivery of a controlled substance. One of those arrested last week, Linda B. Custer, 21, Barnsbey l'l., Lake Limerick, was booked into the county jail and later released for lack of evidence. Three of those arrested last week remain in the county jail in lieu of bail. They are Floyd Dahman, 1 8, 1 025 Turner, Shelton; Carl Dodge, 23, RE. 3, Box 9, Shelton, and Timothy Hoyt, 20, 1778 Holman, Shelton. A parole detainer from Island County has been filed on Hoyt. The sheriff's office said the latest arrests bring to 20 the number who have been picked up as the result of a continuing investigation over the past several months. Of the 20, five are juveniles. All of the arrests have been made on Mason County District Justice Court warrants. Charges are expected to be filed in Mason County Superior Court. In an unrelated incident Monday night, a Washington State Patrol Trooper arrested six young Lacey men, three of them juveniles, on charges of possession of a controlled substance. The arrests came after a traffic violation stop near the Mason-Thurston County line. Mason County Sheriff's Deputies assisted the trooper in the arrests Booked into Mason County Jail were Neal Rankin, 19, 2212 Sycamore, Lacey, possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants; David W. Pate, 18, 4527 Lewis, Lacey, possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants and Eugene Richmond, 18, 3408 Pacific, Lacey, possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants. Hays Hearing Until Next Month yed the Mason County Civil Service Comrnission hearing for John llays, suspended Mason Cou n ty Sheriff's Deputy, will probably be hehl some time the first week in September, Bud Knutzen, secretary of the civil service commissure said this week. The hearing was originally planned for this month, but, because of several persons being gone on vacation, has beer) postponed until next month, Knutzen said. Itays was suspended June 8 after an incident in which another deputy, Brian Shoening, was shot in the leg with a .22 caliber gun. The incident occured in the county jail. Another deputy involved in the incident, Fred Iladden, resigned at the request of Sheriff John Robinson. ttays was also asked to resign, but, has asked for a hearing instead. A car reported stolen in Shelton early Friday morning by Bruce (;allaghcr, 1129 Railroad, Shelton, was recovered stripped about three hours later. (;allagher reported to the Shelton Police Department abot, t 4 a.m. Friday his car had been taken fronl the Shopritc parking lot where he had left it earlier. The car was discovered about 7 a.m. on the road between the (;raystone (;ravel Pit and the city garbage dump. There were 16 tapes, all four wheels, the transmission, gear Voting Display A votomatic election, to be set up at the Mason County Fair, was announced this week. Don Bonker, Clark County Auditor, will set up the demonstration in cooperation with the Mason County Delnocratic Club and the Mason ('ounty Democrat Central Committee. Mrs. Cecelia Cornell, president of the l)emocrat Club, stated the shift and tacholnetcr missing from club will not hold its Aug. 19 the 1969 vehicle, nlecting because of the fair. /tTTIEN]III ,N ELKS Shelton Lodge No. 2467 meets EVERY WED., 8:00 P.M Banquet Room HALLMARK INN Start Demits Now and become a Charter Member! Pnrties interested in becoming new members are welcome. i THE CRUMPLED VAN IN the forground in this picture is the car driven by Michael Denoyer, 23, Shelton, which was involved in a collision with a vehicle driven by Lester Frary, 62, Quilicene, at the intersection of Highways 101 and 108 Sunday night. Frary, Denoyer and Becky Anderson, 22, Shelton, a passenger in the Denoyer vehicle, suffered multiple cuts and bruises. Sandra Frary, 13, a passenter in the car driven by her grandfather, suffered a broken collar bone, according to the Washington State Patrol. Two To Drug Not Guilty James Meitzner and Janet Chaney, both of Rt. 2, Box 627, Shelton, entered pleas of not guilty to four charges involving Inn Quest Sets Jam Session Local musicians are invited to participate in jam sessions Friday and Saturday nights at the Inn Quest as part of the youth center's popular live music program. Discussion groups will also be a feature of this weekend's activities at the center, which is open froln 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. both days. The center is still gathering rummage for a sale to be held August 20 in the PUD Auditorium from 9 a.ln. to 5 p.m. Donors wishing to contribute i~ems for the sale can contact Inn Quest workers Friday or Saturday after 2 p.ln. at Highway 101 South and Ellinor Street, or by telephone at 426-3911. possession The pleas they Superior Hewitt Henry They information Prosecuting McClanahan, marijuana, amphetamine. The two their home County Judge setting the determined released from Parole Board. He is Mason detainer filed If the release him 0~ will have to N days. Miss on bail. They J ames attorney. Applications are now being The first entries in the Mason County Fair are due at the Fair (;rounds Wednesday afternoon Aug 18 between 1 -9 p.m. All home economics entries, both 4-H and open, are due at the Fair (;rounds that day. Also due Wednesday are painting entries. All other exhibits are due at the Fair (;rounds between 1-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19. (;range booths are due to be completed by 9 a.m. Friday. Floral entries are due Thursday, Aug 19, from 8 a.m. to 1 2 noon. Inclement spring weather with unusual cold nights have delayed maturing and blooming of our flowers, so much so, we are hoping all who have blooms will bring them to the Fair for display, so we can be as proud of our display this year as very hot lately it is quite essential to cut blooms in the cool of the evening and immediately plunge them into a pail of cool water over night to condition them. Dahlias of course need to have the stem end sealed by holding over a lighted candle or match for a few seconds. Premium lists were mailed out with The Journal some time ago, but copies are still available at a number of stores downtown as well as at the Extension office in the basement of the post office. Any questions concerning the Floral department can be directed to Mrs. Craig Eliot evenings 426-1472. The fair officially opens at 9 a.m. Aug. 20, with the 4-1t horse show, dog obedience and 44t and open dairy and beef fitting and we have been in years past. showing scheduled to start at 9 '~.ause "days have been so :a m " ~'*" ' --%'~*'~&"~'~'}~a,~'; "Tthe~}~di;~n Salmon BarbecUe "~It. ~ is slated for 4.'30-7 p.m. with tile Some Laaia Prosser Hayriders western band to play from 6-8 p.m. There will be a Is Shut Down teenage dance from 8 p.m to midnight. Logging operations in parts of Saturday will be the first Mason and Jefferson counties performance of the Rodeowhich is under the jurisdiction of the a new addition to the fair this year. Shelton District Office of theItwillbeat l:30p.m. Department of Natural Resources Other events scheduled for has been closed down, the Saturday will be 4-H horse department office said here competition events, which start at Wednesday. 9 a.m. the spaghetti feed, Burning permits in Zones B sponsored by the Elks Lodge and C in the Shelton District have from 2-8 p.m.; the 4-ff style show also been cancelled, it was at 5:30 p.m., Stan Boreson at 6 announced. I !ii il ii ii ii!!i i! ii i! ii iiii!ii !ii! !!iii !ii i!ii!iiii! !iiii! !!i!i iii!iiiii i!iiiiii!i!ii !!i!; il Home Owners Commercial Package AUTO TRUCK FIRE BUSINESS LIFE BONDS BOAT & MOTOR HEALTH--ACCIDENT !i x. ~!' ;:i!iiii ;i -.;:!!i!ii:!! ....v. '2:;:::::: :: :.:2:: ::::!i: ! :!~:~:i:!::". I~ Ask us about our paycheck protec iiiiiiiiiiiiiiI :~:':~ Lion plan and Money Back Life Insurance. I!i!i!iii!ii :IIF l 'lIIIII AGENCY.:: iii!i [!iiiiii::iii![?i;For All Your Insurance Needs "::.!iii::i!iiii| p.m., the Southside Jumping Jills at 7 p.nl., square dancing on horseback hy the (;reen Acres 4-[I ttorse (71ub at 7:15 p.m., tile pig and chicken scrambles at 7:30 p.m. and a square dance at 9 p.m, Sunday events incltudc the second perfornlance of the rodeo at 1:30 p.m. and the pie eating, husband calling, wife calling, women's nail pounding, women's rolling pin toss and egg catching contests slated to starl al 4:30 p, 11/. l'l~e rodeo, which is new this year, is Northwest Rodeo Association approved. Events will include Brahnla bull riding, bronc riding, cow milking, calf roping, team roping, barrel racing and bareback riding. Athnission to the fair is $1 for all lhree days Ior adults and 25 c'ellls for slLIdcills. Admission Io the rotte~ is Sl for adults alld 50 CCqtS [Of students. Teac Personal interviews wi August 19th bt 7 p.r~. at Mary M. 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