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August 12, 1971

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the docket in Justice Court during Patrol P. O. Box 70, defective fine; Joan W. Electric, )eeding, $15 12712 Speeding, $15 I'I o yt, 2350 E., Seattle, $15 forfeit; 169 Harvard Speeding, $15 'erett, 955 speeding, Yah, 3104 S. speeding, n, 20 speeding, Rt. 1, obstructing a Performance 20 days in Smith, L speeding, 3014 N. $15 , _ Jr., 1321 Bremerton, forfeit; Bruce O. Box 275, and $50 207 Elma, keep right Wing while 5 fine, five ~nded; John road Ave., ashington $15 forfeit; i0 Oak St., ashington on person, $30 fine, Rt. defective forfeit ; ~y 3 no valid license on ,~an Taylor, reckless no face hield, $95 30 days; Brandon, :tO~ely, $15 ~: R't~ 4, ttr~ to yield !ei{; George I, Centralia, $15 forfeit : on, 1502 t, defective t; Elizabeth , Skamania, it; ttoward , Renton, Way, $15 ',t. 3, Box ing, $15 1976 Seattle, forfeit; 600, of 10 fine, 60 ck Van heltori, s, $15 P.O. Limit of Paul , fishing 25 fine, 10, Box ~Umption :ent and 10 days Gary Allyn, Gerald |, and and three 6732 PUblic that $35 forfeit ; Richard Squire," Rt. 1, Box 55, Belfair, failure to use due care and caution, illegal consumption of intoxicants, $50 fine; Curt Cheney, Rt. 5, Box 24, Shelton, improper passing, driving while intoxicated, $140 fine, five days in jail, suspended, license suspended 30 days. Municipal Department Larry Johnson, Rt. 10, Box 521, Shelton, speeding, failure to yield right-of-way, $45 forfeit; William J. White, Rt. 5, Box 670, no motorcycle endorsement, $15 forfeit; Robert Sergeant, 1127 Dickinson, speeding, negligent driving, $85 forfeit; Michael Johnson, 927 Bayview, Shelton, no arterial stop, $20 forfeit; James Pinckney, 19208 Pacific Hwy S., Seattle, thirddegree assault, 30 days in jail, suspended. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Fredrick Dills, garage, $600; A. J. Downer, garage, $1,000; Robert Elgncr, residence, $10,000; Robert Finney, residence, $14,500; James Lockhart, garage, $1,000; Mud Bay Realty, residence, $14,500; Mrs. Edward Oliphant, add bedroom, $600; Arne Peterson, cabin, $2,400; Eugene Ruch, add bedroom, $5,000; Theodore Schaufler, residence, $18,000; John Simpson, cabin, $2,000; L. W. Woolwine, cabin, $4,000. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to George Collett, residence, $17,500; Mobil Oil Co., canopy, $5,000; Olympia Feed Co., sign, $3,000. SHELTON POLICE A billfold belonging to Robert Collins, Olympia, was found and turned in to the Police l)cpartlncnt. Brian Sheedy reported a window broken out of a car. Victor Bailey reported two cases of beer taken from his store. Charles Renecker reported three sleeping bags taken. Donna Thompson reported two windows broken out of a house. Norm Eveleth reported windows in the Simpson Timber Co. :Office b}oken ~th a bb or 15elle*t:~n ~t{i3;{. ~,,,,"~,~::'- ~Vlndows were reported broken out of a car owned by kenora Edgerley Dies In Seattle Kellis Hamilton. Ernest Hamlin reported windows broken with bb gun shots. Vehicles driven by Ricky Atkin and Betty Severson collided at Dearborn and Ridge Road. Four windows in Miller's Department Store were reported broken with bb gun shots. John Wakefield reported a window broken out of a car. Vehicles driven by Shelley Chappel and Karen White collided at Ellinor and Ridge Road. C. D. Mifflin reported a radio-telephone and a fathometer ataken from a boat at the city dock. The new handicapped school building was reported entered. Rod Olsen reported windows broken with bb gun shots. Windows at the Evergreen School were reported broken out with bb gun shots. C. E. Clandon reported a compass, flag, liquor cabinet, life preservers, a thermos, a canvass sport deck and a small dingy taken from a bo.at at the city dock. Lloyd Ellis reported a compass and a depth finder taken from a boat at the city dock. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Dale Hall reported a chain saw missing. Herbert Baze reported he found a part collie dog. Doug Bishop reported he found a dog. Larry Dutton reported a fence torn down. Henry Catz reported a rubber raft and a lawn chair taken. William Bourgault reported a fence cut and cattle let loose. The Skyline Drive In theatre reported a car drove through the toll booth chain. A set of keys was reported found in the Staircase area. FIRE DEPARTMENT Aug. 4, 7:50 a.m., Jim Strom residence, 412 Walnut, hot oil Mrs. Lenora E. Edgerley, Seattle, died last Thursday in Providence Hospital in Seattle. She was born in Napa, Cal. She was a member of the Gribbin family, pioneers in the area, and had lived in Seattle most of her life. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lenora Webber of Seattle and Mrs. Audrey Seibel of Port Angeles; one grandchild; and one great-grandchild. The Rev. Mason Youngland officiated at a service held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Monday. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, August 12 Low ....... 3:54 a.m. 0.9 ft. ttigh ...... 10:30 a.m.9.5 ft. Low ....... 3:36 p.m. 5.2 ft. High ....... 9:42 p.m. 12.1 ft. Friday, August 13 Low ....... 4:54 a.m. -0.5 ft. High ...... 12:00 p.m.9.5 ft. Low ....... 4:36 p.m. 6.7 ft. fligh ...... 10:24 p.m.11.6 ft. Saturday, August 14 Low ....... 6:00 a.m. -0.9 ft. High ....... 1:42 p.m. 9.8 ft. Low ....... 5:54 p.m. 7.8 ft. High ...... 11 : 24 p.m. 11.1 ft. Sunday, August 15 Low .......7:06 a.m. -1.2 ft. High ....... 3:06 p.m. 10.5 ft. Low ........ 7:30 p.m. 8.3 ft. Monday, August 16 High ...... 12:24 a.m.10.6 ft. Low ....... 8:12 a.m. -1.4 ft. ttigh ....... 4:06 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low ....... 9:06 p.m. 8.1 ft. Tuesday, August 17 High ....... 1:30 a.m. 10.3 ft. Low ....... 9:12 a.m. - 1.5 ft. High ....... 4:54 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low ......10:06 p.m.7.6 ft. stove. Aug. 6, 9:32 a.m., Mary Wednesday, August 18 Gatewood residence, 416 N. 8th,High ....... 2:36 a.m. 10.2 ft. grease in frying pan spread to wall Low ...... 10:00 a.m. -1.5 ft. and cabinet. Aug. 6, 4:30 p.m., William Opalka residence, 1111 Railroad, chimney fire. Aug. 7, 1:35 a.m. car fire at iJohr/..i Eager residence,* $3,500 damagel High ....... 5:30 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low ......10:54 p.m.6.9 ft. Thursday, August 19 High ....... 3:36 a.m. 10.1 ft. Low ......10:42 a.m.-1.3 ft. High ....... 6:06 p.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......11:36 p.m.6.3 ft. You must see this beautiful an SHOP GRADE, 4 x 8 x 1/4 SHEET By Wall Bond ONLY ONLY PRE-FINISHED 5 FORMS See our complete line of Tools and Accessories argams Your Choice VALUES UP TO $1.98 "'l.t ~rvrhing I~ Bt,ihl . t :t~thi:Lt; "" 426-8224 Left off Hwy. 101, 2 Miles S. of Shelton, Drive 1 more Mile on the Cole Road Fred M. Purvis Taken By Death Fred M. Purvis of Allyn died Monday in Mason General Hospital. He was 81 years old. Mr. Purvis was born in Centralia on August 7, 1890. He had lived in this area for 28 years, and was a retired auto mechanic. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of Disabled American Veterans and of the First Baptist Church. Surviving him are his wife, Florence, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Clara Bell Ernst of Deming, N. Mex. and Mrs. Joy Louise Clark of Seattle; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a brother, William, of Springfield. Ore. Cremation will follow a service to be held at 10 a.m. today in Batstone Funeral Home. The Rev. Wesley Gain will officiate. Marriage Licenses Mrs. Evelyn Wood Dies In Hospital Mrs. Evelyn M. Wood, 615 Cota, died Sunday in Mason General Hospital. She was 62 years old. She was born Oct. 20, 1908 in Oaks, N.D. and had lived in this area most of her life. Mrs. Wood is survived by a daughter, La Wanda Watters, Shelton; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; her mother, Mrs. Mabel Bishop; two brothers, Lloyd Clark of Shelton and Lawrence Clark of Arizona; three sisters, Mrs. Maxine Bloomfield, Mrs. Eileen Mclrvin, and Mrs. Pearl Satterthwaite, all of Shelton. A gravesid service at 1 p.m. Tuesday preceded burial in Shelton Memorial Park. The Rev. Mason Youngland officiated. In lieu of flowers donations to the cancer fund or to Mason General Hospital were requested. Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Dave McCaurry, 21, Shelton, Aug. 5 and Tillie Morris, 27, Shelton. Aug. 6 Robert Lonac, 51, Aberdeen, Aug. 7 and Patricia Inman, 41, Aberdeen. Aug. 8 Lloyd Dolan, 56, Tacoma and Aug. 9 Helen Anderson, 50, Tacoma. Aug. 10 David Saule, t 9, Shelton, and Aug 11 Vicki Marrapodi, 17, Seattle. Skies Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Tibbits, Rt. 10, Box 191, Shelton,~ a boy, August 6. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson, Rt. 5, Box 469, Shelton, a girl, August 7. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brooks, 1022 Turner St., a boy, August 10. Hi Low Precip. 76 57 - 81 58 - 78 54 - 86 55 - 94 57 - 96 58 - 97 58 - willbe mostly fair throughout Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the exception of morning and evening clouds and fog. High temperatures will be in the 70's with lows in the 50's and low 60's. IT IS very easy to talk about being against communism. It is equally important to believe those things which provide a satisfying and effective alternative. Democracy is that satisfying. affirmative alternative. David E. Lilienthal An 1 l-month old baby, was made a temporary ward of the juvenile court Thursday in a case which Judge Hewitt Henry said, "just doesn't make sense to the court." The question arose as to how the child broke his left femur just two inches above the knee. The mother testified in the hearing that she noticed swelling in the leg on the night of June 22 and took the baby to the hospital. A male friend of the mother spanked the baby on the same night of June 22. The court found, through testimony by the mother and her friend, the baby seemed to be perfectly healthy before the spanking. An examining physician said be could not understand how a break in the bone could have occurred so close to the knee. The way in which Archer described spanking did not indicate anything abnormal. The fact the baby was healthy before the spanking, the doctor's statement that he couldn't imagine how that kind of fracture could occur where it did, the man's description of the paddling and the mother's discovery of the swelling late the same night added up to the court's confusion. Judge Henry said the court would remove the child from the mother's home, where she had been living separated from her husband, because it was unsafe for the baby to live there, considering the accident that happened. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 AT CAPITAL SAVINGS FSLIC Insurance Now I o~, c r easecl To $20,000.00 ~--~---- -------------- Z 2 i - - 2 Z _- z 2 Z-_--Z-Z Z - -2_ 2 2-2--2 Z-Z-_- 2 _- 2 - 2---- - Z ~-------------- 2; an flourmef cookbooks cookwdr varifies oE OPEN TUES thru FRI, NOON-5:30 artery, Handcrafted cadge ho?der , aintings.,wa# scones, coFFee ~rinders, ofpourrt notes, perfume, &rd eeders, ache4, etc. | !ii i! 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