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September 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Vernon H. Clark the docket in Justice Court during Rt. 5, Box g a fine; Ronald St. SW, $15 forfeit; P. O. Box 5, 'Chicle license Grapeview, minor in possession of and consuming liquor, $50 forfeit; Randy Stanley, 1233 Franklin St., Shelton, minor in possession of and consuming liquor, no operator's license on person, $70 forfeit; Bob Lee, Rt. 5, Box 255, Shelton, petit larceny, furnishing liquor to minors, minor consuming liquor, $150 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's forfeit; PeterOffice during the past week were '5 N. Shirley,to F. F. Aufforth, residence, $15 forfeit; $15,000; Mary Blake, storage, 210 N. $500; R. Fisher, residence, $15 $12,000; Charles Gigstead, add Box 16, two bedrooms and garage, on roadway, $5,000; Roger Karrigan, summer Alexander, home, $7,000; F. E. Miller, cabin, no helmet, $5,000; E. R. Mills, residence and 1233 retaining wall, $12,200; Emmett g to Smith, addition to beach home, a minor, $1 O0 $2,000; Robert Sproul, residence, Rt. 2, Box $8,000; Ira Casteel, reroof house while and remodel kitchen and bath, 30 days in $600. 60 days; SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1, Box 214, Mrs. Nell Wallace reported a Stop at stop James Laird,boat taken. It was later recovered. Jim Franklin reported a 1,, Bremerton, license taken from a car. Gerald C.R. Lanning reported the 41st NE, door to a cafe damaged. $40 forfeit; ale Heggen reported a row Box 39, Port boat missing. It was later negligent recovered. Robert John Block reported a camper Yakima, broken imo and five sleeping bags :felt; Mike and a gas stove taken. 7, Langley, A brush fire was reported in Michael the Island Lake area. St., Edward Christiansen reported $15 forfeit; property stakes taken. l, 2807 SW Dennis Kabel reported a tape Valid vehicle deck and one tape taken. $r15 forfeit; '304 SnivelyThe fire hall at Mason Lake leeding, $15was reported broken into. Rt. 4, Mrs. Robert Slettedahl on reported a pram missing. Richard Mrs. Leonard Anderson FIRE DEPARTMENT Aug. 27, 1:10 p.m., grass fire, Mrs. Dewey Bennett's residence, 728 Franklin. Aug. 28, 6:10 p.m., car fire in a car driven by Betty Dosser on Northcliff Rd., $500 damage Aug. 28, 7:23 p.m., fire in a box in a garage at the Floyd Watters residence, 615 Cota. Aug. 31, 12:02 p.m., fire under porch at the Mayvis Frazier residence, 436 Fairmont. SHELTON POLICE A break-in was reported at the Cliff Rumpff residence. A hole was found broken into one of the pens at the city dog pound. Attempted break-ins of two houses were reported. Judy Johnson reported a white poodle missing. Mrs. Tony Mattson reported her son's go cart damaged by two other boys. Gilbert Johnston reported fishing tackle taken from the basement of his residence. Mrs. Robert Lanman reported two floor mats taken from her car Roy Renecker Jr. reported vandalism to a car. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: Donald Northness from Hazel Northness. Kenneth Breck from Jane Breck. Barry Laber from Cinda Laber. Betty Loop from Hershell Loop. New Cases Commercial Services Co. against Larry Chilton, abstract of judgement. Richard Randleas and Susan Atwood, marriage waiver. John Score against Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Westlund and Mr. and 204, Elma, center line, Rt. speeding, P.O. l, defective .qt; Robert Shelton, $10 fine, 2627 25 forfeit; 2, Quilcene, way, $25 reported a break-in in wliich a Mrs. Michael Westlund, personal color TV and a stereo were taken. . injury. Harold Lloyd reported a break-in. A woman's billfold was reported found CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Jack Thatcher, second story on garage, $3,500; Wayne ttathaway, add to residence, $600. A. T. Bateman against Mr. and Mrs. Clayton O'Brien Jr. and Alia Kreider, interpleader action Reuben Young against M and A Development, recision of contract. - , ~t, .'RaSON CREATES science; sentiments and creeds shape history. Gustave LeBen Dies In Hospital Vernon H. Clark, Star Rt. N. Box 141, Lilliwaup, died August 25 in Mason General ttospital, tie ~_-_-_-----..-_-_-_-_ was 62 years old. Applying for marriage licenses He was a powderman in road in the Mason County auditor's construction and had been a office this week were: resident of Lilliwaup and the Richard Randleas, 17, Hood Canal area since 1947. He Shelton, and Susan Atwood, 16, was born Dec.25, 1908in Shelton. Everett. Glen Probst, 38, Shelton, and Survivors include his wife,Betty Anderson, 27, Shelton. Mrs. Mary A. Clark, Lilliwaup; a Gary Miltenberger, 21, sister, Mrs. Beulah Vance, Shelton,and Dawn Olli, 21, Berkeley, Cal.; a brother, Harold Shelton. Clark, of Garden Grove, Cal.; and Robert Smith, 19, Taholah, a niece, Mrs. Nadine Ogden of and lldaDan, 17. Taholah. Elko, Nev. Jerry Abbatt, 23. Shelton, Cremation followed a service and Loretta Kilbourne. 18, held at 11 a.m. Saturday in tloodsport. Batstone Funeral Home. PastorKenneth Martin. 18, Belfair, Ken Robinson officiated, and gileen Sanda. 19, Belfair. R o b c r t P 1 u m m e r, 2 3, --~---_-._-_-_-_-_--_-_,~,,~ Hoquiam, and Myrtle Toney, 23, Hoquiam. Claude De Groat, 71, Poulsbo, ,.~------------ a n d M a u d e Scheiber, 69, These tides are for the Union Bremerton. area. For Shelton and Oakland Paul Warner. legal, Bremerton, Bay add an hour and a half and and Patricia Dewal, legal, 2.4 feet. Bremerton. Thomas Boiling, 20, Shelton. Thursday, Sept. 2 a n d Peggy Cummings, 18, High ....... 1:54 a.m. 9.8 ft.Shelton. Low ....... 9:18 a.m. -1.1 ft. ltigh ....... 4:48 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low ......10:18 p.m.6.7 ft. Friday, Sept. 3 Catherine Carlson High ....... 3:00 a.m. 10.2 ft. Low ...... 10:06 a.m.-1.3 ft. Dies In Home High ....... 5:12 p.m. 11.9 ft. Catherine M. Carlson, 62 died Low ...... 10:48 p.m.5.5 ft.Friday in her home at Rt. 3, Box Saturday, Sept 4 771. She was born in Washington High ....... 4:06 a.m. 10.6 ft. on July 15, 1909. Low ......10:48 a.m.-l.0ft.Mrs. Carlson had resided in High ....... 5:36 p.m. 12.2 ft. Shelton since 1916 and was a member of Welcome Chapter Low ......ll:30p.m. 4.1 ft.OES, Eagles auxiliary No. 2079 Sunday, Sept. 5 and Shelton Friendship Club. High ....... 5:06 a.m. 11.0 ft. Surviving her are her husband, Low ......11:30 a.m.0.4 ft.Wener W. Carlson, of the home; a ttigh ....... 6:06 p.m. 12.4 ft. daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Robison, Bremerton, a son, Lt. Robert Monday, Sept. 6 Carlson of the U. S. Navy, Low ......12:12a.m. 2.6ft. Bremerton; her mother, Mrs. High ....... 6:06a.m. 11.3 ft. Clara V. Itarrier of Shelton; a Low ......12:18 p.m.1.4 ft.sister, Mrs. Amos (Ceclia) Bare, High ....... 6:30 p.m.12.5 ft. Antioch, Cal.; a brother, John H. Tuesday, Sept. 7 Harrier of San Diego; two Low ......12:54 a.m.1.3 ft.grandchildren; and many nieces High ....... 7:00 a.m. 11.3 ft. and nephews. Low ....... l:O0p.m. 2.6ft. Pastor Ken Robinson High ....... 7:00 p.m. 12.5 ft. officiated at a service held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral Wednesd~iy, Sept. 8 home. Burial was in Shelton Low .......l:36 a.m.-0.6 ft. Memorial Park. High ....... 8:06 a.m.I 1.2 ft. Low .......1:42 p.m.4.0 ft. High ....... 7:36 p.m.12.3 ft. CIVILIZED SOCIETY is Thursday, Sept. 9 perpetually menaced with Low ....... 2:24 a.m.-1.2 ft.disintergration through this High ....... 9:12 a.m.t 0.9 ft. primary hostility of men towards Low ....... 2:30 p.m.5.4 ft. one another. HIGH ...... 8:12 p.m.11.9 ft. Sigmund Freud 11212 ng while hington $75 ays in jail, 30 31 J St., :e shield, while AT five days L license I William .... rant St., i ~e lights, We can't tell you the famous name makers of these quality 'Offiee I ~lr~ watches, but you'll, recogn.,ze them all at a glance. This , 927 N. I ~~ fabulous new collection Incluaes the most wanted styles in , ladms watches m gold and sdver fm~shes I /,~~~~~ both men s and ..... sault,drunk $70inI//~~ with expansion bands. " ---- -- VALUES TO $59.95 t; William Olympia, lne; Leslie , Shelton, g While fine, $50 5, Box I ng no )n, $45 Rt. 1, brush I ' :< \WATERPROOF MACHINE WASH 30days innt ! iii SI/t~ABLE COLORS: GOLD' NAVY, I . I fl'i'{ /BROWN, BLACK, GREEN, LIGI Rt. 1 I, IL , ilii ! / BLUE. negligent Randall 'li i Re t$25.00 I ! :" g" l,n St, license iiI .ow :; Kevin Shelton, and ; Lee Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or Unlined ax 606, ,. ,, VESTS* SKIRTS * HOT PANTS SLACKS * SWEATERS Priced From To and Steven forfeit; x 733, w, minor Dr,, i NO CHARGE FOR LABOR Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection for Fabrics Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED 221 yd. Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. portswear BLOUSES * SKIRTS * SLACKS HOT PANTS * SWEATERS Priced From To I Clara Woestehoff Succumbs at 82 Clara Woestehoff, 612 Cota, died Sunday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center at the age of 82. Angus E. Doherty Taken By Death Angus E. Doherty, 76, of 518 Park St. died Monday in Mason General Hospital. He had lived in Shelton since 1930. Mr. Doherty was born Nov. 6, 1894 in Sedro Woolley, and is survived by his wife, Mabel S. Doherty. of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Riley, Mechanicsburg, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Newell of Kirbland, Wa.; and six grandchildren. Cremation was immediate with a Memorial service to be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Batstone Funeral Home. Born March 29, 1889 in Swanville, Minn. she had been a resident of Shelton for ten years. Surviving Mrs. Woestenhoff are a son, Clarence Cornell of Shelton; two brothers, Herman Ganz and Max Ganz of Swanville; two sisters, Mrs. Amanda Elliott of Leonard, N.D. and Mrs. Wally Axel of Saulk Rapids, Minn.; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Shelton Memorial Park. THE UNIVERSAL regard for money is the one hopeful fact in our civilization. George Bernard Shaw ADVERTISING IS 85% confusion and 15% commission. Fred Allen er Hi I. ow l'recip. Aug. 26 74 47 Aug. 27 80 48 .... Aug. 28 83 54 Aug. 29 86 59 - Aug. 30 70 52 .... Aug. 31 72 55 .06 Sept. 1 64 49 .49 The extended outlook is for partial cloudiness from Friday through Sunday with a slight chance of rain on Sunday, mostly along the coast. Iligh temperatures will range from the 60's to the low 70's, rising in the 70"s on Sunday. lows will be from 45 to 55 degrees. O ! By special arrangement with the carpet mill we are able to bring you, For a Lim- ited Time Only- this gorgeous heavy duty DuPont heat set continuous filament nylon '501' Shag. Luxurious Textures in exotic 3-tone and Solid OFFER GOOD LIMITED TIME ONLY-- Completely Installed with Pad l OLYMPIA I t 3111 PACIFIC AVE. 943-3542 SHELTON 106 WEST "J" ST. 426-3264 Thursday, )tember 2, 1971 :on-Mason County Journal Page 3