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COUNTY COURT on the docket in Superior Court Correa during Were: e Patrol P. O. Box no operator's $15 forfeit; 7371 B. Guide, failure to stay line, $15 forfeit; N. Jefferies, passing, $15 Spended; Henry driving $160 fine, five license days; Lynne Dr., Fox Operator's license forfeit; Kenneth J St., Hoquiam, driver to )tar vehicle, $15 Gerou, Rt. 1, allowing to operate e, $1 5 forfeit; erson, Box 16, g, $15 fine; Roy 10, Box 581, $15 forfeit; Box 62, Molalla, ;, $1 5 forfeit; N. Cambrian, $15 forfeit; 5, Box 186, brake and tail Ronald Gasser, failure to $15 forfeit; Rt. 1, Box 86, $15 forfeit; Matlock, forfeit; Joseph Box 2, Shelton, forfeit; Sherry defective appear, $15 510 N. In public, $25 3607 N. driving, Begin, 191 expired orfeit. i bepartment 2610 NW fishing for a license, $25 4515 Drahma for game fish 5 fine. apson, 2250 Orchard, liquor, tampering with fire hydrant, having minor out after curfew, $200 fine, five days in jail, suspended; Patrick Peck, 1 5 1 0 Summit Dr., minor in possession of and consuming liquor, aiding and abetting tampering with fire hydrant, $150 fine, five days in jail, suspended; David Brailey, Rt. 1, Box 450, Shelton, loitering at a school, five days in jail, suspended; John Erickson, Rt. 1, Box 392, Shelton, $250 forfeit; Samuel Earlywine, 600 Bellevue, Seattle, speeding, $20 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to James Arney, vacation home, $4,500; Patrick Brown, remodeling, $1,200; Robert Burnett, residence, $11,000; Willis Burnett, residence, $23,000; Amory Cook, summer home, $9,700; O. R. Gaeir, cabin and attached garage, $7,500; Mrs. Margaret Crossan, garage, $3,000; Donald and Carol Fry, summer home, $300; Victor Hire, cabin, $2,000; Otto Joslin, residence, $8,500; H. D. Lyster, residence, $10,000; Lawrence Shannon, vacation home, $4,000; Leon and Edith Vandenberg, vacation home, $7,500. SHELTON POLICE The city dog pound was found open and the dogs released. All of the dogs were recaptured except one. Andrew Tuson reported a glove box console, gear shift knob, T shirt and a check book taken from a parked vehicle. Vehicles driven by Carol Adams and Gerald Brown collided at King and G Sts. A door to Seattle First National Bank was found open. Vehicles driven by Lawrence Herriford and Roy Johnson collided at Seventh and Franklin. Madonna Ward, 46, Seattle, fell at the Mason County Court House. She was taken to Mason General Hospital for a cut over her left eyebrow. The door to the High School gymnasium was found open. A window at MeU Chevrolet was found cracked. A break-in was reported at " Shetton Junior High School. There was some vandalism, with papers scattered in one room. The girl's rest rooms were broken into. from the Matlock store was reported. Larry Knudsen reported a break-in. Lowell Hubbard reported a trailer broken into. David Glassey reported a pony loose in the Jones Rd. area. Tom Brokaw reported a chain saw taken. Leo Nestell reported a propane tank and regulator, a .22 rifle, metal trunk, fluorescent light fixture and propane fixtures taken from his home on Beverly Heights. Herb Jacobsen reported a kerosene lamp taken. Jarvis-Hovey Logging Co. reported batteries taken from a road grader. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Donald Morrison, residence, $14,000; John Long, roof line extension, $2,000; William Getty, unattached garage, $960. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce Decrees were granted to: Norma Arnold from Richard Arnold. Verna McCormick from Donald McCormick. New Cases Dale Fassio and Sheryl James, marriage waiver. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heaton against Mason County and Mr. and Mrs. Danile Lassey, damages. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: Oleta Perrine from Douglas Perrine. Linda Nicholas from Randall Nicholas. Richard Thompson from Bethany Thompsbn. Lametta Parker from Dean Parker. Marie Templeton from Tommy Templeton. New Cases State Highway Department agaiast C. A. Fisk and others, condemnation. $50 forfeit; SHERIFF'S OFFICE Smokey Says: 6, Box 306, James Davis Construction ~TH/~IKGOOONE5$ driving while reported four blinker lights fine, five days missing. ded, license The Bayshore Golf Club lays; Donald reported a burglary. , Box 903A, Bernie Lang reported a male equipment, no Golden Labrador dog missing. ;15fine. John Morrow reported a battery and gasoline taken from a bepartment boom truck. tSon, 1 5 1 1 Mrs. John Goodchild reported S., drunk in vandalism to a car. arrest, third Jessie Allen reported she, forfeit; Larry found a dog. W. Birch, Charles Heinitz reported a equipment, paint spray gun taken. Peck, 2236 Jane Reime reported a sign minor in down at a rail road crossing. "Rain prevents fires when consuming An attempt to take cones people don'tl" Adult Classes Men., Oct. 4 - 7:30 p.m. & Swim A,,o Mort. and -Fri. at 10 a.m. Wed. at 8:30 p.m. 2 to4 p.m. CAgas 8.,8) Admitted for 30< 7-9 p.m. YS Under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. 1 Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses this week in the Mason County Auditor's office were: Randell Eddy, 22, Shelten, and Karen Petty, 18, Shelton. Edward Baling, 19, Hoodsport, and Joy Inman, 18, Hoodsport. Orville Kelly, 42, Elma, and Sharon Johnson, 26, Lima. Ronnie Godwin, 23, Shelton, and Beth Porter, 19, Shelton. Dale Fassio, 17, Union, and Sheryl James, 15, Hoodsport. Henry Buechel, 36, Shelton, and Sharon Stocks, 33, Shelton. John Erickson, legal, Shelton, and Fern Daniels, legal, Shelton. Mike Yerkan, 17, Silverdale, and Linda Thiessen, 18, Poulsbo. New Arrr s Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Dishon, 2023 Olympic Highway N., a boy, September 25. Mr. and Mrs. David Weber, 1304 Edgewood St., a girl, September 27. It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Steve Richey of Tulsa, Okla. Jason Thaddaeus was born on September 16 in the St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa. He is the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Otis Richey, formerly of Shelton. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smalley, all of Tulsa. h High Low Precip. Sept. 23 79 43 .00 Sept. 24 65 53 .09 Sept. 25 67 51 .13 Sept. 26 64 46 .01 Sept. 27 62 49 .00 Sept. 28 59 49 .51 Sept. 29 53 43 .22 Partly cloudy weather is forecast for Friday with a chance .of showers on Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 50's, increasing on Sunday to the upper 50's and the 60's. Lows will be in the upper 30's and the 40's. Julia M. Matsen Dies In Shelton Julia M. Matsen, born Sept. 22, 1927, died in Shelton on September 27, 1971. She is survived" by her husband, George, of Union. License Asked Melvin Thompson has applied for a Class C and D liquor license to sell wine and beer for on-premise consumption at the Half Way House Restaurant at Brinnon. NO TWO human beings have made, or ever will make, exactly the same journey in life. Sir Arthur Keith Services For Mr. Clapper Held In Iowa A funeral for Jordan Clapper was conducted in the Bender Funeral Home, Lenox, lowa, on September 9 at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Floyd Newbrough, pastor of the United Methodist Church, officiating. Mr. Clapper, a 35 year resident of Shelton, died September 4 following a heart attack which occured in Kellogg, Idaho as he was enroute to Lenox where he had planned to make his home. He was born Oct. 16, 1892 in Zanesville, Ohio, to John and Mary Clapper. He completed his college education in Iowa, and worked at Red Oak, Iowa, and later in Cfeston, Iowa, for the Standard Oil Co. and for Creston Iron and Metal Works as bookkeeper. grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Burial was in the Blfie Grove Cemetery. Too Lute Clmmi / 1970 JEEP C J5, V-6, winch, large tires, spare tire, Jeep can carrier, soft top. $3100 sell or trade 877-9787. R9/30-10/7 12 H.P. Wisconsi~a c0mpressor just rebuilt, electric starter, trailer optional. Also 14' canopy for 2 ton van. Also 1 h~p. electric compressor used only few times. 426-1948. W9/30 ASPHALT PAVING, drive ways, parking lots, streets. Free estimate. Craig Asphalt Construction, phone C)~jl~pia 491-7222.9/30-10/"71 " On October 7, 1929 he was married to Amelia Stanger of Creston and in September of 1 936 they moved to Shelton where Mr. Clapper was employed by the Soil Conservation Service from which he retired in 1957. He was later employed, until his retirement in 1970, as secretary for the Civil Service Sheriff's Department. LICENSED BABYSITTING Mt. View, fenced yard, good care. 426-1580. H9/30 6 YEAR old mare black Quarter Horse 14 hands (Gypsy) CR5-3397. $9/30 GARAGE SA LF_.~ 10., ~a.m. Saturday. Pre-stvled WRIo electric iron, bridle, hand hair-dryer, hard hat glasses, clothing, miscellar~eous 1902 South Second. D9/30 ...... He was a charter member and WORK WANTED -- Nursing an active member of Faith companion, housekeeping, Lutheran Church. lte held mending, shopping. Excellent care. Phone 426-6657 or membership in the Shclton IOOF 426-8459. W9/30tfn No. 62 and Rebekah Lodge and in Southside Grange No. 1122. Survivors include his wife, Amelia; a son, John, of Houston, Texas; a daughter, Wilma Huggins, . of Topeka, Kan. ; three THOSE WHO expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it. Thomas Paine Ti These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. 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. Friday, Oct. 1 High ....... 2:00 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low .......8:42 a.m. 1.1 ft. High ....... 3:42 p.m. 11.7 ft. Low .......9:42 p.m. 4.6 ft. Satur~day, Oct. 2 High ....... 3:12 a.m. 10.0 ft. Low ....... 9:36 a.m. 1.5 ft. High ....... 4:12 p.m. 12.0 ft. Low ......10:24 p.m. 3.0 ft. Sunday, Oct. 3 High ....... 4:18 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......10:24 a.m.2.1 ft. High ....... 4:36 p.m. 12.2 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.1.3 ft. Monday, Oct. 4 High ....... 5: 18 a.m.11.4 ft. Low ......11 : 12 a.m. 3.0 ft. High ....... 5:06 p.m. 12.3 ft. Low ......11:42 p.m.-0.8 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 5 High ....... 6:12 a.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......11 : 54 a.m. 4.0 ft. High ....... 5:36 p.m. 12.3 ft. Wednesday, Oct. 6 Low ......12:24 a.m.-2.0 ft. High ....... 7:12 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low ......12:42 p.m.5.1 It. High ....... 6:12 p.m. 12.2 ft. II COUNTY FEDERAL N E / VOLUME 2, NUMBER 9 Shelton, Washington SEPTEMBER 1971 The 1972 Model Autos are on their way. Some have had facelifts, some have undergone major surgery. If you are in the market for a new car, first decide how much money you can afford to pay for one, whether cash or on credit terms. After that decision has been made, check all the dealers who can sell you a car in that price range. It may take a week or two, but after all, buying a car is the second largest investment most people make. While you're shopping, consider convenience of service, as well as the warranty and the total cost to you of the car you're looking at, including dealer preparation and any options you may want, including undercoat. (3573) The cost to you is the difference between the total price of the car, and the allowance you get on your old car, if you're trading. That's the only important figure. After you find the best car for the best price, shop around just as diligently for the best place to finance the purchase. Here, too, it's important to find out the cost to you. In this case, it's the total of payments. Is "Credit Life Insurance" added on to the'amount you need to finance? Are there any service charges added? Multiply the amount of the proposed payments by the number, and subtract the amount you would be financing. The difference is the cost of financing your car. At Mason County Federal Credit Union we loan money for new car purchases at 10% per year or 5/6% per month, including loan protection insurance (credit life) with 20% down (cash and/or trade-in). Here are some examples of the 10% rate. $1,000 x 12 mo. @ $87.91 per mo. = $1,054.91 $1,000 x 24 mo. @ $46.14 per mo. = $1,107.36 $2,000 x 24 mo. @ $92.28 per mo. @ $2,214.72 $2,000 x 36 mo. @ $64.52 permo. = $2,322.72 $3,000 x 24 mo. @ $138.42 per mo. = $3,322.08 $3,000 x 36 mo. @ $96.78 per mo. = $3,848.08 So, shop around for financing, too. If you live in Mason County, there's a credit union for you, and we're happy to compare our rates with anyone. The pre-holiday sale season is almost here. Stores in your area will soon be announcing great fall bargains, just in time for the gift-giving season. Your credit union announces the same bargain you can get all year - good return on savings, and low-cost interest on all loans. Before you bite on the bargains soon to be in the papers, and on radio and TV, visit the credit union. (2367) We can help you plan your spending for the holidays so you get what you want at a cost you will like. Your credit union is always a bargain. Come in when you feel like buying something. Or any time. On September 15 Navy electronics technician Carl U. Wood joined his credit union and became the 500,000 credit union member in Washington state. He won over $1400 in gifts from credit unions throughout the state. Included among the gifts was a tour of Shelton logging and mill operations. Wood and his wife, Rufina, visited Shelton last Thursday and Friday and will return again for the week-end at Alderbrook given by The Mason County Federal Credit Union. They are pictured watching the unloading operation at Simpson Timber Company's truck dump. President Nixon's "freeze" is economical car, or a less still in effect, and even after it's expensive one. Maybe your rent lifted in November, there will is too much, or it costs too certainly be guidelines set forth much to heat the house. It might to continue the att~'Jhpt to slow even be that you eat too well, or down the economy, don't spend your grocery money In order to get along with wisely. "Convenience" foods the situation, everyone will find may be quick and easy, but if i t n e c e s s a ry t o m a k e you're having trouble with your adjustments. Certainly it's not budget, it's one of the best areas wise to count on.a ntise to help to cut down costs. You have to you. Maybe now is a good ~me consider how much you pay for to take a good look at your the convenience. Is it worth it? budget, if you have one, and see Can you afford it? if there are places that it's not "Brand name" foods have doing the job for you, or rather, millions of dollars spent each you're not letting iL year in advertising them. Who For those of you who don't pays for this advertising? You have a budget, you would do. Check the "House Brands" certainly do well to consider it. (3590) It's not a hard task, once you learn that you can't spend more than your disposable income, or what you make after taxes. Then consider your fixed expenses. You have to maintain a roof over your family, and you have to have lights, ater, and heat. You also must feed your family. Figure what it takes to get you back and tbrth to work including your car payment, if you have one, and~ insurance, and to maintain your clothing that you wear to work, whether it be a $100.00 suit $1 .00 coveralls. These are your fixed expenses. If they come to more than your monthly iaf~me, you would do well to ask yourself where you are overspending, because you are not "living within your means". Perhaps you need to drive a more at your grocery store. Chances are, they're every bit as tasty, and for certain, they'll be more economical. Speaking of "House Brands", the Mason County Credit. Union might be considered your "House Brand'" financial organization. We're home owned by the members of the credit union, who are residents of Mason County. It's a fine place to include in your budget plans. Everyone should save a portion of their earnings. Just what amount depends on the plans you have for your savings. Everyone whould like to have a beautiful home, good car, nice furnishings, and be able to send the children to college. It takes serious planning, a good budget, and sometimes help to accomplish these things. See us at the Credit Union - we're here to help ! Jeanette Whitconb, wife of Attorney Jerry Whitcomb, W. H. Stahl, who is employed by Burns Detective Agency, and Roy R. Levett, retired city employee all missed on their chance to become $5.00 richer. If you don't ](nb v your account number, look at the top fight corner of your statement. You'll be receiving it soon. Learn your account number - it can make your transactions at the Credit Union faster and can earn you $5.00. Look for *" numbers! Thursday, son County Journal Page