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September 23, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 23, 1971

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Marriage Licenses F :!on the docket in Justice Court Correa during Were: State Patrol 4404 Olympus failure to stay line, $15 forfeit; defective Richard Ave. NW, $15 forfeit; 415 N St., speeding, $15 660 Dayton, keep right of Peggi 552, Apt. B, $15 forfeit; 10, Box 171, 'alid operator's $15 forfeit; Corvette PI., $15 forfeit; er, 3237 Phillips, passing, $15 2601 e, speeding, $15 Rt. 1, Box driving while While license 90 days in 6711 Old 'ay, Bremerton, 'Orfeit ; Daniel of a controlled substance, six months in county jail, five suspended. Game Department Joseph C. Brown Jr., general delivery, Shelton, killing and, or possessing deer in closed season, $250 fine, $200 suspended, 30 days in jail, suspended. Municipal Department Carl Dodge, Shelton, destruction of city property, 10 days in jail; William Stewart, Rt. 3, Box 13, Shelton, speeding, driving while license suspended, allowing unlicensed person to operate motor vehicle, $130 fine, five days in jail, suspended; Leon Johnson, 1028 Railroad Ave., Shelton, drunk in public, disturbing the peace, resisting arrest, $50 fine, 18 days in j/ill; Melvin Cuzick, 1322 Dearborn, Shelton, disorderly conduct, $50 fine; Larry Ewing, 1318 Ellinor, Shelton, speeding, $20 forfeit; Orville Backlund, Rt. 5, Box 742, Shelton, no operator's license on person, $25 forfeit; Ray Barrington, 828 Franklin St., Shelton, drunk in public, consuming liquor in public, $85 forfeit; David Martin, Rt. 3, Box 209, Shelton, speeding, $15 forfeit; William Sussman, 6807 Cardinal Way, Olympia, speeding, $20 forfeit; Kathlene Baker, Rt. utility shed, $500; Don Johnson, cabin, $1,000; David Kight, residence, $18,000; Ellen Lees, garage and storage, $1,500; William Palmer, residence, $18,000; Restwhile Park, store and service station, $5,000; John Santi, summer home, $2,000; Mrs. George Ziegenfuss, extend attic and add bathroom, $1,500. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Joe Sisson, unattached garage, $924; William Daniels, unattached garage, $924. FIRE DEPARTMENT Sept. 14, 4:05 p.m., grass fire, 1200 block on Alder. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Mrs. Winston Johnson reported a boat floating off ttarstine Island. Patricia O'Brien reported her home broken into with some vandalism and some items taken. The county shop was reported broken into. Henry Moore reported a theft. D. Flaquinti reported a shed broken into and a crow bar, sledge hammer and nails taken. A helicopter piloted by James Ratliff quit while flying over the Vance Creek area and landed in the creek. The pilot was not Apts., Shelton, aiding and NW, Seattle,abetting supplying liquor to )rfeit; Peter minors, $150 forfeit; John SHELTON POLICE ox 432 W, Jackson, Rt. 5, Box 445, Shelton, A break-in was reported at the Public, $25 aiding and abetting supplying Junior tiighSchool. 1711 NE liquor to minors, $150 forfeit;Vehicles driven by John. Ore., no Wayne liilton, 413 Hemlock, Howry and Patricia Hurley $15 forfeit;Shelton, minor in possession ofcollided on Highway 101 S. and Rt. 1, Box and consuming liquor, $50 fine;Cole Rd. negligent Ted Lyon, 324 Oak St., Shelton, minor consuming liquor, $100 fine; Lorrie Maynard, Rt. 1, Box 600, Shelton, minor in possession Mason Lake l, B o x 715, Shelton, no injured and the helicopter, which lew,. no valid operator's license on person, was not badly damaged, will be n person $15 aepherd, 422 N. minor consuming liquor, $85 salvaged. forfeit; Larry Lund, 308 N. Edna Metcalf reported a Speeding $15 Wilson, Olympia, aiding and summer home broken into. Entry 8Wayze,' 1830 abetting supplying liquor to was made through the back door dton, no valid minors, $50 fine; John Grow S.and cooking utincils, a davenport, on person $15 13 th St., Shelton, aiding andhot plate, chairs and other items 728 Pine, abetting supplying liquor to taken. [irn headlights, minors, $1 50 forfeit; Harry Steve Nyman reported a bike tedman 1507 Baeten, 111 E. Railroad Ave., taken. following too Shelton, aiding and abetting Carl Story reported he found Roy Kenyon, supplying liquor to minors, $50 a jacket. 6:~A, Shelton,fine;Ronald Augustine, Mason William Kidd reported tools $25 forfeit; and gasoline taken. Rt. 11, Box OVer limit ofof and consuming liquor, $50 3rfeit; Robert fine; David Bachtell Jr., 1520 N- Fredrick, Ridgeroad, Shelton, reckless of oysters, driving, failure to heed red light ~e; Edward .Lilliwaup, $15 Yt, 1 778 POSsession and siren, $100 fine, lO days in jail, suspended; Charles Van Overbeke, Cameron Hotel, t. 1, Box 94,Shelton, no operator's license, $15 forfeit; $30 fine; John Healy, Shelton, 91st. St., drunk in public, resisting arrest, ;Umption of $125 fine; Roger Deyette, 1418 Michael Edgewood, Shelton, disorderly nd Ave., E. conduct, $75 fine; Donald Yeck, !n of county Rt. 4, Box 326, Shelton, rfeit; Jackdisorderly conduct, drunk in Shelton,public, $1 O0 fine. )n person, Rt. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS failure toBuilding permits approved by defective the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Dry Creek Co., sawmill, $2,000; Gareth Ellis, residence, $25,000; Glen Fenstermacher, cabin, $8,000; Ivyn Hetrick, 'A Favorite Place to take ily out to dinner is the... I ESTAU RANT OCT. 1 & SAT., OCT. 2 Tender pieces of veal, marinated and baked An Italian dish with shell macaronii and I ~PAGHETTI & MEAT SAUCE include: garlic bread, green salad, cheese cake and Regular Menu also Open t i'111' tQ 10a b.m, Weekdays * 7 a.m. to 1O p.m. Saturdays ~q 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays -lark & Hazel Rickards, managers lilroad * Shelton * 426-1990 Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Leonard Hurst, 24, Shelton, and Janet Morris, 20, Tenino. James Henry Jr., 29, Shelton, and Lametta Smith, 23, Shelton. Gary Knowlton, 31, Bremerton, and Suzanne Johnson, 30, Bremerton. Tides These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Sept. 23 Low .......1:36 a.m. 1.1 ft. High ....... 8 : 18 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low .......1:48 p.m. 5.7 ft. High ....... 7:12 p.m. 10.5 ft. Friday, Sept. 24 Low .......2:12 a.m. 0.8 ft. High ....... 9:12 a.m. 10.4 ft. Low .......2:30 p.m. 6.5 ft. High ....... 7:42 p.m. 10.2 ft. Saturday, Sept. 25 Low ....... 2:54 a.m. 0.8 ft. High ...... 10:12 a.m.10.2 ft. Low ....... 3:18 p.m. 7.3 ft. High ....... 8:12 p.m. 9.9 ft. Sunday, Sept. 26 Low ....... 3:42 a.m. 0.9 ft. High ...... 11:24 a.m.10.2 ft. Low ....... 4:18 p.m. 7.9 ft. High ....... 8:48 p.m. 9.6 ft. Monday, Sept. 27 Low ....... 4:36 a.m. 1.0 ft. High ...... 12:42 p.m.10.3 ft. Low ....... 5:42 p.m. 8.2 ft. High ....... 9:48 p.m. 9.2 ft. Tuesday, Sept. 28 Low ....... 5:42 a.m. 1.1 ft. High ....... 1:48 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low ....... 7:18 p.m. 8.0 ft. High ...... 11:06 p.m.8.9 ft. Wednesday, Sept. 29 Low .......6:48 a.m. 1.0 ft. High ....... 2:36 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .......8:18 p.m. 7.2 ft. Thursday, Sept. 30 High ...... 12:36 a.m.8.9 ft. Low ....... 7:48 a.m. 1.0 ft. High ....... 3:12 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ....... 9:06 p.m. 6.0 ft. OUR PRICES C O U p O N Per Roll Koda(olor Film For Pro(essing A Picture Says So Much As your baby grows and does those "once only" things ... LET US HELP with picture taking tips! 'LETE PHOTO EI 124 N. 2nd St., Shelton Phone 426-6361 Dial * Master Charge Bankamericard High Low Precip. Sept. 16 70 41 - Sept. 17 75 45 - Sept. 18 77 41 - Sept. 19 80 44 - Sept. 20 75 43 - Sept. 21 75 38 - Sept. 22 76 40 - Partly cloudy weather is expectedthrough Friday and Saturdaywith a chance of showers Saturday night and Sunday. High temperatures will be in the upper 60's and the 70's with lows in the 40's. Six-Year-Old Dies In Seattle Leonard E. (Dink) Hedgers of 2019 Laurel, six years old, died Tuesday in Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle. He was born in Shelton on June 7, 1965. He is survived by his parents, Leonard Hedgers of Tacoma and Judy Hedgers of Olympia; two sisters, Sheena of Shelton and Billie Louise of Olympia; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hedgers, all of Shelton. The Rev. Earl Evers will officiate at a Graveside service in Shelton Memorial Park at 1 p.m. Friday. In lieu o,f flowers donations to the Children's Orthopedic Hospital are requested. rrivals Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. George P. Brosam, 1303 Turner, a boy, September 17. Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Harvey, 1 21 8 Cota, a boy, September 21. Robyn Lynne was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kaare of Olympia in St. Peter's Hospital on Monday. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Steinberg of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kaare of Potlatch. young families and renters in the Shelton area. Let your home town Realtors show you how easy it is to own your own home thru a new type Government financing. As easy as you are renting now. Ask us for free information on how to own your home thru the 502 plan. Call Tom Townsend 4266597 Ken Kuronen 426-6582 Tom Savage 426-8584 426-1654 ALL-NEW STYLING... SAME OLD PRICES. In a year when most new cars look a lot like last year's, Dodge Polara and Monaco do not. They've been restyled for '72. The emphasis in the design of these new cars has been on strength, solidity, and silence. Their strong, expressive styling achieves an attitude of distinction with clean, fresh lines. And while the styling is all new, the prices of the '72 Polara and Monaco, and all Dodges, will remain the same as those offered on comparably equipped 1971 models. Prices may never be lower. 1972 DODGE MONACO Designed for the man who wants excellence without extravagance. The restyled 1972 Monaco has a look that sets it apart from the rest of the medium-priced field.., like smooth lines, hidden headlights, and a streak of protective side mould- ing. It's equipped with the features you'd expect in a car as distinguished as Dodge Monaco. The new 360 two-barrel V8 engine, precise powe r steeri ng, power front disc brakes, and Dodge's famous, smooth TorqueFlite automatic transmission are all standard. 1972 DODGE POLARA Dodge builds the Polara with a little extra size and riding comfort, and at the lowest possible price. You get such easygoing features as power steering, TorqueFlite automatic transmission, and a powerful, yet economical, 318 V8 engine standard. CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION DART DEMON COUPE Our lowest priced Dart. It DODGE DART Dodge Dart for '72 has the styling, just goes to prove an economy car doesn't have to size, comfort, and performance to be your only car. be a little car. Dart Demon seats five adults comfort- Untemperamental and predictable, it does what it's ably. Dart Demon. It's very big about saving you money, supposed to--give you economy and dependability. DODGE CHARGER The Dodge idea of what a fam- DODGE CORONET The convenience car. The per- ily-sized sports car should be. It's large enough to fect idea for a family car because Coronet is designed seat six, and its sporty styling adds a new dimension solely to be a four-door family sedan. Full-sized room to the old-fashioned family cars. Check it out today! for ~,ix people, and styling that you'll be proud of. YOUR MAN IN DETROIT You have a friend 1 [at the factory, Byron J. Nichols, Vice Presi- I J dent of Consumer Affairs. He'd like to hear l from you with any questions or comments /you have about Dodge. You can reach h m /by writing: Mr. Byron N chols, My Man in Front & Railroad Shelton, Washington ~Oetroit, Chrysler Motors Corp., P.O. Box 1086, Detroit, Michigan 48231. Don't miss the Baseball Playoffs, World Series, and AFC Football on NBC. COUNTY FEDERAL * (on $1,000 MINIMUM DEPOSITS, for 2 year periods.) SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA. SHELTON . LACEY Thursday, September 23, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9