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Ob00bLtuaries James R. Leman Fame8 R. "Jim" Leman, a Shel- died of respiratory to cancer Tuesday, at Madigan Army at Fort Lewis. He had been a Tacoma the past 14 years. 'as born October 24, 1943, to Robert E. and Hazel Marilyn Sue Dick- 1981, in Papillion, ca. He was previously to Jerry Ann Arthur. ended in divorce. served in the U.S. from 1961 until 1987, Worked for Farwest as a Wholesale sales repre- 1991. va8 a member of the Air !SOciation, National Rifle on and Paul Bunyan Ri- an's Club. He was member when he was enjoyed hunting, fishing, ad personal computers. is preceded in death by Robert Leman, in Number 200, Tacoma, 98402- 3332, or American Heart Associa- tion, Washington Affiliate, 4414 Woodland Park Avenue North, Seattle, 98103. Arrangements are by McComb Funeral Home in Shelton. Charles Boring Charles "C.J." Boring died Monday, August 30, at his home in Shelton. He was 24. He was born June 6, 1975, in Olympia to Charles and Carla (Showers) Boring. He worked as a laborer in con- struction. He enjoyed restoring old cars, swimming, fishing, rid- ing motorcycles and the outdoors. He is survived by his father and stepmother, Charles and Dani Boring of Troutdale, Ore- gon; his mother and stepfather, Carla and Ron Inman of Shelton; a sister, Sabrina McPhearson of Washougal; half-sister Christina Sistler of Shelton; step-sister Michelle Forespring of Gresham, Oregon; and half-brother Jared Boring of Troutdale. Charlie Chaplin films to air Sunday evening Two Charlie Chaplin silent comedy films will be shown at 7 p.m. this Sunday at Saint David's Hall in downtown Shelton. Noted silent-movie accompan- ist Andy Crow will play for the two classic films, The Tramp and Easy Street. It was The Tramp that made Charlie Chaplin and silent films synonymous, movie buffs agree. The showing is part of a classic film series at Saint David's Hall, where a restored theatre organ has been installed. It's an ongoing restoration pro- cess, notes the Reverend Don Maddux, rector of Saint David's. Silent-film aficionados will enjoy seeing the progress of the organ project, he added. New ranks of pipes, recently acquired from an old theatre organ in Southern Or- egon, are being added in the par- ish hall's upstairs great room, where the films are shown. The work is being done under the supervision of organist Andy Crow, who plays at silent-film showings throughout the North- west. He was a regular at Pizza and Pipes in Tacoma before a fire earlier this summer destroyed that venue for theatre-organ buffs• The showing is free to season- ticket holders. Individual tickets are $5 for adults and $2.50 ibr viewers under 12. Coffee and cookies will be served after the film. Saint Da- vid's Hall is located at 218 North Third Street, next to Brewer Park downtown. Civil Service cancels its September 15 meeting The Mason County Civil Ser- vice Commission meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednes- day, September 15, has been can- celed. The meeting will not be re- scheduled, said a spokesperson for the commission. , Survived by his wife, _. Leman of Tacoma; r Steven D. Leman of Para- 'alifornia; mother Hazel J.  °fShelton; and a niece. l;orml was held service ' aeptember 7, at Hope lm Shelton. Also surviving are grandpar- ents Sandra (Gosser) Boring-Ea- gan of Olympia, Gloria Boswell of Shelton, and Earl Boswell of Shelton; step-grandparent Diane Guley of Satsop; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. A memorial service was held at • Friday, September 3, at Hope Orial donations may be Chapelin Shelton. .tae American Cancer So- Arrangements are by McComb 1551 Broadway Street, A Funeral Home in Shelton. "LARGEST FORD STORE FROM 00anal council will -" OLYMPIA TO THE COAST"* VALUEMAN'S Wednesday ington State Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Puget Sound Restoration Fund will provide in- formation about the Olympia Oyster Stock Rebuilding Plan, which includes planting projects in Hood Canal, said HCCC's exec- utive assistant Donna Simmons. The tribal center is on Tribal Center Road north of State Route 106 a mile from the Highway 101 junction. The public is welcome to attend the meeting. SPECIALS 427-0886 i You are invited to share Every Saturday night at 6 p,m. A Service of Contemporary Worship (Starting Saturday, September 11 ) SPRING ROAD CHAPEL CHURCH OF GOD 1113 E. ShcltroI1 Springs Road Shelton, WA 98584 (360) 427.-6998 (Msg) Contemporary Saturday Scrvicc 6 p.m. Traditional Sunday Service 1 1 a.m. Sunday Evening Activities 5 p.m. Alan Tinncrstct, Pastor (360) 426-7953 Canal Coordinating Will meet from 1:30 to a" Wednesday, September Skokomish Tribal Con- of Shelton. eeting agenda, which developed at press include a report on tl3o salmon habitat in the River watershed from hydroelectric power ltatives of the Wash- VALON'S SPECIALS walk part WaterWeeks ason Conservation Dis- a farm walk as ngton Water- Lrm Walk is scheduled .m. to noon on Saturday, 11. Participants will district's SE State Route 3, m Shelton and proceed local farm. The event will focus on pas- tures, plant ecology and stream buffers. Participants will learn how to manage their own proper- ty for increasing productivity and water quality. There is no fee for the event and everyone is welcome to at- tend. For more information or to sign up, call Jeanene Campbell at 427-9436 or 1-800-527-9436. h holds rummage sale al Shelton United a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Fri- rummage sale Thursday, Friday September 9-11, at sale are from 9 day and from 9 a.m. to noon Sat- urday. Items to be sold include house- hold goods, furniture, tools, cloth- ing, linens, books and jewelry. 95 EXPLORER Auto, moon roof, leather, "very nice." 77152A *15,495 96 FORD BRONCO Bauer, leather wheels, full size• 9972A '18,995 97 FORD EXPEDITION "Black beauty," leather, wheels. 77205 '25,995 94 SUPER CAB Auto, wheels, AC, cassette. 99259A '4,995 95 FORD I/2TON 4X4 long bed, toolbox,, wheels, nice. 77203A ...... '11,995 93 FORD CAB D(IALLY "Got to see " this one," loaded. 77199A ' 16,995 92 GEO TRACKER 4x4, LSI, auto, AC. 99249A '4,995 93 FORD I/2TON 4x4, XLT, power windows & locks, auto. 9945A '9,99S 9' FORD F-250 Heavy duty 4x4, ,4 p ,, ower stroke, super cab. 77220 *27 99 96 EXPLORER ::i; XLT 4DR, 4x4, loaded SUV. 99287A '17,995 85 MERC GRAND MARQUIS "Hew car trade." 99070B '1,995 97 ESCORT LX WAGON Auto, AC, power windows & locks. 77193 '10,995 Cheryl Langeland Senior Loan Rep. 98S07 5) You only need a 3% down payment Call me today 160'754'4294 fax 360.704.3680 toll free 800.468.3854 Washington Mutual and let me put you tn a bome tomorrow. Certain resection= apply, Borrower Pre-Approval subject to acceptable orates and Washinon :, FA many IF/', WA; Bank fsb -- ID MT, UT, 97 FORD 161A 96 MERC VIL. LAGER GS VAN Auto, rear AC, alloy wheels. 99062A '14,995 95 FORD WINDsTAR Auto, AC, power window: , locks, lilt, cruise. 77174 '13,495 Thursd= 1999 93 RODEO 4DR, 4x4, "Unbelievable" 4x sport utility. 77015A Shelton-Mason County Journal Pac 11 Ob00bLtuaries James R. Leman Fame8 R. "Jim" Leman, a Shel- died of respiratory to cancer Tuesday, at Madigan Army at Fort Lewis. He had been a Tacoma the past 14 years. 'as born October 24, 1943, to Robert E. and Hazel Marilyn Sue Dick- 1981, in Papillion, ca. He was previously to Jerry Ann Arthur. ended in divorce. served in the U.S. from 1961 until 1987, Worked for Farwest as a Wholesale sales repre- 1991. va8 a member of the Air !SOciation, National Rifle on and Paul Bunyan Ri- an's Club. He was member when he was enjoyed hunting, fishing, ad personal computers. is preceded in death by Robert Leman, in Number 200, Tacoma, 98402- 3332, or American Heart Associa- tion, Washington Affiliate, 4414 Woodland Park Avenue North, Seattle, 98103. Arrangements are by McComb Funeral Home in Shelton. Charles Boring Charles "C.J." Boring died Monday, August 30, at his home in Shelton. He was 24. He was born June 6, 1975, in Olympia to Charles and Carla (Showers) Boring. He worked as a laborer in con- struction. He enjoyed restoring old cars, swimming, fishing, rid- ing motorcycles and the outdoors. He is survived by his father and stepmother, Charles and Dani Boring of Troutdale, Ore- gon; his mother and stepfather, Carla and Ron Inman of Shelton; a sister, Sabrina McPhearson of Washougal; half-sister Christina Sistler of Shelton; step-sister Michelle Forespring of Gresham, Oregon; and half-brother Jared Boring of Troutdale. Charlie Chaplin films to air Sunday evening Two Charlie Chaplin silent comedy films will be shown at 7 p.m. this Sunday at Saint David's Hall in downtown Shelton. Noted silent-movie accompan- ist Andy Crow will play for the two classic films, The Tramp and Easy Street. It was The Tramp that made Charlie Chaplin and silent films synonymous, movie buffs agree. The showing is part of a classic film series at Saint David's Hall, where a restored theatre organ has been installed. It's an ongoing restoration pro- cess, notes the Reverend Don Maddux, rector of Saint David's. Silent-film aficionados will enjoy seeing the progress of the organ project, he added. New ranks of pipes, recently acquired from an old theatre organ in Southern Or- egon, are being added in the par- ish hall's upstairs great room, where the films are shown. The work is being done under the supervision of organist Andy Crow, who plays at silent-film showings throughout the North- west. He was a regular at Pizza and Pipes in Tacoma before a fire earlier this summer destroyed that venue for theatre-organ buffs• The showing is free to season- ticket holders. Individual tickets are $5 for adults and $2.50 ibr viewers under 12. Coffee and cookies will be served after the film. Saint Da- vid's Hall is located at 218 North Third Street, next to Brewer Park downtown. Civil Service cancels its September 15 meeting The Mason County Civil Ser- vice Commission meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednes- day, September 15, has been can- celed. The meeting will not be re- scheduled, said a spokesperson for the commission. , Survived by his wife, _. Leman of Tacoma; r Steven D. Leman of Para- 'alifornia; mother Hazel J.  °fShelton; and a niece. l;orml was held service ' aeptember 7, at Hope lm Shelton. Also surviving are grandpar- ents Sandra (Gosser) Boring-Ea- gan of Olympia, Gloria Boswell of Shelton, and Earl Boswell of Shelton; step-grandparent Diane Guley of Satsop; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. A memorial service was held at • Friday, September 3, at Hope Orial donations may be Chapelin Shelton. .tae American Cancer So- Arrangements are by McComb 1551 Broadway Street, A Funeral Home in Shelton. "LARGEST FORD STORE FROM 00anal council will -" OLYMPIA TO THE COAST"* VALUEMAN'S Wednesday ington State Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Puget Sound Restoration Fund will provide in- formation about the Olympia Oyster Stock Rebuilding Plan, which includes planting projects in Hood Canal, said HCCC's exec- utive assistant Donna Simmons. The tribal center is on Tribal Center Road north of State Route 106 a mile from the Highway 101 junction. The public is welcome to attend the meeting. SPECIALS 427-0886 i You are invited to share Every Saturday night at 6 p,m. A Service of Contemporary Worship (Starting Saturday, September 11 ) SPRING ROAD CHAPEL CHURCH OF GOD 1113 E. ShcltroI1 Springs Road Shelton, WA 98584 (360) 427.-6998 (Msg) Contemporary Saturday Scrvicc 6 p.m. Traditional Sunday Service 1 1 a.m. Sunday Evening Activities 5 p.m. Alan Tinncrstct, Pastor (360) 426-7953 Canal Coordinating Will meet from 1:30 to a" Wednesday, September Skokomish Tribal Con- of Shelton. eeting agenda, which developed at press include a report on tl3o salmon habitat in the River watershed from hydroelectric power ltatives of the Wash- VALON'S SPECIALS walk part WaterWeeks ason Conservation Dis- a farm walk as ngton Water- Lrm Walk is scheduled .m. to noon on Saturday, 11. Participants will district's SE State Route 3, m Shelton and proceed local farm. The event will focus on pas- tures, plant ecology and stream buffers. Participants will learn how to manage their own proper- ty for increasing productivity and water quality. There is no fee for the event and everyone is welcome to at- tend. For more information or to sign up, call Jeanene Campbell at 427-9436 or 1-800-527-9436. h holds rummage sale al Shelton United a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Fri- rummage sale Thursday, Friday September 9-11, at sale are from 9 day and from 9 a.m. to noon Sat- urday. Items to be sold include house- hold goods, furniture, tools, cloth- ing, linens, books and jewelry. 95 EXPLORER Auto, moon roof, leather, "very nice." 77152A *15,495 96 FORD BRONCO Bauer, leather wheels, full size• 9972A '18,995 97 FORD EXPEDITION "Black beauty," leather, wheels. 77205 '25,995 94 SUPER CAB Auto, wheels, AC, cassette. 99259A '4,995 95 FORD I/2TON 4X4 long bed, toolbox,, wheels, nice. 77203A ...... '11,995 93 FORD CAB D(IALLY "Got to see " this one," loaded. 77199A ' 16,995 92 GEO TRACKER 4x4, LSI, auto, AC. 99249A '4,995 93 FORD I/2TON 4x4, XLT, power windows & locks, auto. 9945A '9,99S 9' FORD F-250 Heavy duty 4x4, ,4 p ,, ower stroke, super cab. 77220 *27 99 96 EXPLORER ::i; XLT 4DR, 4x4, loaded SUV. 99287A '17,995 85 MERC GRAND MARQUIS "Hew car trade." 99070B '1,995 97 ESCORT LX WAGON Auto, AC, power windows & locks. 77193 '10,995 Cheryl Langeland Senior Loan Rep. 98S07 5) You only need a 3% down payment Call me today 160'754'4294 fax 360.704.3680 toll free 800.468.3854 Washington Mutual and let me put you tn a bome tomorrow. Certain resection= apply, Borrower Pre-Approval subject to acceptable orates and Washinon :, FA many IF/', WA; Bank fsb -- ID MT, UT, 97 FORD 161A 96 MERC VIL. LAGER GS VAN Auto, rear AC, alloy wheels. 99062A '14,995 95 FORD WINDsTAR Auto, AC, power window: , locks, lilt, cruise. 77174 '13,495 Thursd= 1999 93 RODEO 4DR, 4x4, "Unbelievable" 4x sport utility. 77015A