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September 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PER NOLEN, seated, center, is the AFS student in Shelton High School this year. With him here are members of his American family. Seated are Mrs. Robert Brigham, left, and Helen Brigham, right. Standing is Robert Brigham, left, and Tom Brigham. Tom is a senior at Shelton High School and Helen is a junior in college. is t'er (,osla Nolen, 17, irom Bramma, Sweden, 3rrived here Aug. 20 to begin his stay here sponsored by the local chapter of $|x In en rrlves lhc American Field Services. lie is staying with the Robert Brigham family at 503 Laurel St., Shelton and will be attending urt On Drug Last Six persons appeared in Mason ('ounly Superior Courl T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g f o r identification and appointment of attorneys. All six were charged with drug violations, lhey were among some 20 persons arrested early last month by the Mason County Sheriff's Department. ('barged with selling ISI) 1o :l State Drug Control tirol Agenl July 26 were Jerry Swayzc, 1,~, Shclton, and Steven Me(Tarts, 18, Shelhm, Jerry Whitcomb. Shc!ton Attorney, was appointed io represent them. Swayze and I)avid Br'alley, 19, Shelton, were charged wilh selling LSD to a slale agent July I0. Whilcomb was also appoil~led to represent them. Charged with selling marijuana to a state ageiII ~q/ Jl{~} 19 and again on July 30 was ('ari Dodge, 23, Shelton. Chfford Stilz Jr., Olympia attorney, was appointed to represent Dodge. Daniel Batchelor, 30, and his wife, Sharon, 23, appeared on a charge they sold PCP and Procaine to a state agent May 30. Jerry Buzzard, Olympia Attorney, was appointed to represent them. A 1 7-year-old boy appeared in juvenile court on a charge of TOWING ere ls, & Railroad III I I I possession of a controlled substance 11e admitted the charge and was placed on probation until his lath birlhday. The court stated il the youth was able to go to a trade school out-of-state as he has indicated he wants to, the court will allow it. A hearing for another I 7-year-ohl boy, charged with possession and delivery of a controlled substance was con t i n u ed. Fire Damages The Department of Natural Resources answered fire calls Friday and Saturday in which there was damage from the fires. The fire Saturday destroyed the kitchen and utility room in the Leo Nestell home on Lost Lake Rd. in the Beverly Heights area. The Department received the call shortly after 1:23 p.m. Saturday, and, after arriving at the scene, asked for assistance from the Shelton Fire Department• The Shelton Department answered the call and assisted in bringing the blaze under control. The Department of Natural Resources said the fire probably started in an electric dryer which overheated. The Shelton Fire Department reported that Fireman Dave Longan injured his arm when he fell when he stepped into a hole in back of the house• The fire Friday burned a barn and outbuildings on the D. tt. Zachry home on Capitol Hill. The fire then spread to a brush fire which burned over 2Vz acres before it was brought under control• The Department received the call on the fire at 3:42 p.m. Friday. Fair Checks Available Shelton High School as a senior. He has been turning out for football practice since his arrival. He came by plane from Sweden to New York where he spent a few days in an orientation session before coming on here. He Anyone having premium checks for exhibits in open classes at the Mason County Fair should pick up their checks before Sept. 9 at the Mason County Engineer's Office in the basement of the court house, Mrs. Annette McGee, fair manager, said this week. The floral exhibit winners were missed in the list of winners from the fair which was published last week. Prize winners were: Pauline Emsley, largest dahlia, best dahlia in show and the most perfect gladiolus. Helen Yoshihara, best lily in show, Mrs. Agnes Kangas, best in arrangement• Mrs. Clarence Quinn, first place in dahlia collection. STUDY UNTIL twenty-five, investigation until forty, arrived at Seattle-Tacoma Air~Port , profession, until sixty, at which wh4~e he wa~ ~et by his age I would have him retired on a American family, double "allowance. William Osier Labor Day DANCE SAT. NIGHT Alderbrook Inn * GALA BEACH COMBER * X- * X- X- , PARTY & BUFFET DINNER , X- X~ }(. (Opmated by Metzdorf Restaurants, Inc.) :~ * Live Music 9-1 by "The Generation Gap" * Dinner served from 6 to 11 p.m. No r'mno~s aftep 9 p.m. For Reservations Phone 898-2200 or 898-2500 ....... t: 'i 9~: ~'), 5:4