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October 14, 1971

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COURT on the docket in Justice Court Glenn Correa during Were State Patrol Rt. 3, Box speeding, $20 605 Cota ri, speeding, $15 Lowe, p. O. Box consumption $50 forfeit; Melvin O. Box 291, driving while 155 fine, five days ~nded, license days; Clifford ox 160, Shelton, ;Umption of fine, $15 Idy Ogg, Rt. 10, ~lton, reckless fine, $85 suspended 30 Rt. 5, Box Lmption $50 forfeit; Earl Box 38, Shelton, $25 forfeit; Rt. 3, Box 82, driving, $15 ~reher Jr., Rt. 3, speeding, $15 1117 N. driving while five days -'ride d, license days; Clement Box 633, Elma, !ntoxieated, $160 dl, suspended, days; Robert Snyder, to keep right Ruth Hill, speeding, Townsend, Shelton. minor and consumping Orfeit; Debbie SE Baldwin, ~lnsum ption of he, suspended ; 2017 10th NW, $15 forfeit; 5th Ave. N, $15 forfeit; 4324 N. 35th, $15 forfeit; 4313 S. Kay, $15 forfeit; 3, Box 216, g: while I~L, run, $195 suspended days in jail, Allen, Rt 5, , physical vehicle while 1113 Cota St., lng while five days rtded, license ~; Edwin Petty, drunk in ~tion of in jail, $25 Allyn, e; Bruce Lowe, over ring while he, five days ed, license days; Alan .2, Box 273, Lile intoxicated, suspended, 6609 S. Fife, ed season, $25 forfeit; Joe Brewer, 3219 N. 26th, Tacoma, fishing in closed season, $25 forfeit; Laurence Brewer, 7605 East F. St., Tacoma, fishing in closed season, $25 forfeit; William Jorgenson, 1444 SW 158th, Seattle, hunting non-game birds, $25 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Tom Anderson, garage, $800; Earnest Austin, recreation room, shed and car port, $4,500; Doris Brand, residence, $35,000; Charles Coyne, $14,000; E. J. Cranfill, vacation home, $5,500; Crest Builders, residence, $9,200; Crest Builders, residence, $9,200; Crest Builders, residence, $9,200; Crest Builders, residence, $9,200; Crest Builders, residence, $9,200; Henry Hansen, vacation cabin, $7,800; John Howard, bulkhead, $3,000; Larry Johannes, recreation cabin, $3;965; Arnold Johnson, paneling and ceiling tile, $918; James Kenny, cabin, $4,000; Lecel Kirkham, summer home, $5,000; Floyd Moon, summer cabin, $450; L. B. Nanavich, residence, $15,000; William White, carport, $1,000; Darrell Tunks, residence, $12,000. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Firstmark Corp., residence, $1 1,300; Firstmark Corp., residence, $1 1,300; Cleave Robinson, demolition, $500. FIRE DEPARTMENT Oct. 9, 5:15 p.m. Simpson Mill Four, barker. Oct. 5, 4 p.m. car fire in car owned by Ethel Hopkins. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees have been granted to: Jean LaMarsh from Kenneth LaMarsh. Glenn Bingham from Carol Bingham. New Cases Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perthou against Carl Scheyer and John Shethar, quiet title and boundary determination. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Bennett Cooper reported ,a house broken into and a number of items taken. Jean Edwards reported a newspaper box torn down. Ralph Hotlestead reported a house broken into and binoculars, a radio, liquor, wine, beer and canned goods missing. Mr. Mueller reported a house broken into and a chain saw, lounge chair, chest of drawers, lamp, mirror and other items taken. Mr. Haynes reported a hound taken from his residence George Toupin reported a break-in in which canned food, a gas camp stove and gas lanterns were taken. Paul Toupin reported a Call Us About ~---~t~/~//~jl~ OAK PARK A Planned Un t Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I Don't Cook Tonight! home a bucket of CHICKEN BASKET fries, hot roll & honey $1.35 12 PIECES CHICKEN chicken only. Serves 4 $3.50 21 PIECES CHICKEN chicken only. Serves 7 $5.50 HWY..N. * MT. VIEW break-in in which canned food, a gas camp stove and a suit case were taken. David Hight reported plywood taken. Mrs. Weir reported a stray dog at her place. William Smith reported a house broken into. Windows were reported broken in a house owned by Robert Graves. Ray Kratcha reported he found two halters, two bridles and a saddle blanket on the Lost Lake Road. Chris Wright Sr. reported a portable radio taken. A break-in was reported at Lake Cushman. Paul McDonald reported the Valley Center Produce broken into and vandalism committed. Mrs. Harry Hammond reported a cabin broken into. V. M. Radman reported a cabin broken into. The Mendenhall Marina at Mason Lake reported a break-in in which a case of beer, cigarettes, matches, gum and candy were taken John Moore reported the Calm Cove Marina broken into. James Bariekman reported a house entered and food items taken from a freezer. SHELTON POLICE Windows were reported broken in the junior high school. Dean Sugimoto reported a billfold lost. Donald Luft reported his soil, 7, went into the woods with an older brother, 10, and another boy, 10. The two older boys came out but the younger one did not. Officers began a search for the boy. He was found on his bicycle headed for home. Dutch Grimm reported vandalism to a car. A soft drink machine at the court house was reported broken into. The dog pound was reported broken into. Thomas Moore reported an antenna broken off a car. The door to the high school gym was found open. Bruce Moorehead reported two piccolos taken from the high Barhra Brand reported two purses taken. " ...... ' her High Low Precip.~::--::--:::--:--- October 7 65 51 - Applying for marriage licenses October 8 65 46 - in the Mason County auditor's October 9 70 42 - office this week were: October 10 75 53 - Arthur Gaasland, 79, Port October 11 67 52 - Orchard, and Dorothy Marrit, 64, October 12 61 47 - Port Orchard. October 13 70 49 .09 J o s e p h S a d o w, 6 0, Little or noprecipitation is Bremerton, and Anna Brown, 52, expected from Friday through Bremerton. Sunday, although cloudiness will prevail. High temperatures will be in the 50s with the lows in the 30s and low 40s. Lilliwaup en By VIVIEN OLSON LILLIWAUP - Oct. 19, the Federation Garden Clubs will meet at Hadlock for luncheon and business meeting. Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. All garden club William Selby Jr., 36, Shelton, and Jeanne Fasching, 24, IS PI( Olympia. rrivals These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Norton, Rt. 1, Lot 10 Highland Estates, Shelton, a girl, October 7. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Holmes, 505 EUinor St., a boy, October 8. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McCowan, 1422 Dearborn St., a girl, October 13. 8.6 ft. 2.4 ft. 11.5 ft. 4.6 ft. 9.0 ft. 2.9 ft. 11.4 ft. $outhside 3.6 ft. Have Dinner 9.5 ft. 3.5 ft. 11.2 ft. 2.7 ft. // By MRS. RAY KRATCHA SOUTHSIDE - Southside 10.1 ft. School is having a potluck harvest 42 ft. dinner Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m. 11.0 ft. There will be movies and 1.8 ft. games for the children and volley ball, card games and activities for 10.6 ft. the adults. 4.8 ft.Jumping Jills are going to 10.9ft.Aberdeen Thursday evening to 1.1 ft.Weatherwax school to perform. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gib Lord was Mrs. Lord's sister Ella 11.0 ft. Jean Harden of Wenatchee who 5.5 ft.spent the weekend. 10.8 ft. Mr. and Mrs. Gib Lord and 0.4 ft.Ella Jean Harden spent Sunday in Seattle and visited friends. 11.3 ft. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 6.1 ft.Asche and Winston were Mr. and 10.7 ft. Mrs. Glen Gardner of Mesa, Ariz. who dropped in Thursday on their way back to Mesa after -0.8 ft. spending the suin~er]~ere.. 11.4ft.', ' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha 6.6 fL and Shelley visited Mr. and Mrs. 10.5 ft. Ray Kratcha Monday evening. PRE-HUNG, SELF-STORING NYLON BEARING HINGE Thursday, Oct. 14 High ....... 1:48 a.m. Low .......8:12 a.m. High ....... 3 : 18 p.m. Low .......9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15 High ........ 3:06 a.m. Low ....... 9:06 a.m. High ....... 3:48 p.m. Low ......10:06 p.m. Saturday, Def. 16 High ....... 4:06 a.m. Low ....... 9:48 a.m. High ....... 4:12 p.m. Low ....... 10:36 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 High ....... 4:54 a.m. Low ......10:30 a.m. High ....... 4:30 p.m. Low ......11:00 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18 High ....... 5:36 a.m. Low ......11:06 a.m. High ....... 4:48 p.m. Low ......11 : 24 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19 High ....... 6:12 a.m. Low ......11:42 a.m. High ....... 5:06 p.m. Low ......11 : 54 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20 High ....... 6:54 a.m. Low ......12:18 p.m. High ....... 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21 Low .... :,:, 1~:24 am. High .... i~. 7:30'km. [ "4pm Low .... , . ~ r'" " High ........ 5:54 p.m. Don't forget! Lumbermen's stocks a full line of insulation, weather stripping, thresholds and everything to make your home warmer this winter. LUMRERNEN'S "Buildin Mason Of Shelton * 426-2511 County" Kitsap and adjoining Western Washington counties, Western Oregon, a~d British Columbia Christmas tree growers are invited to attend the fall Kitsap County Christmas tree tour, according to George C. Curtis, Kitsap County Extension Agent. The tour will start promptly at 1 p.m. today at Jarstad Park which is located one-half mile west of Gorst on the old Belfair Highway. From here the group will be takento the Washington State University research plots on Boise Cascade property near Erickson Lake, where the latest results and techniques of fertilizer and shearing will be discussed and demonstrated. Among these techniques will be progressive shearing at various lengths, which is expected to speed up Christmas tree production when combined with fertilizer applications. Assisting with this tour are Joe Buhaly, Extension Forester and Darrell Turner, Extension Soil Scientist, both at the Western Washington Research & Extension Center; Bernard Douglass, SPecial Products Forester, U. S. Forest Service;. Bob Hoyser, Farm Forester for the Department of Natural Resources; and Dino R. Sivo, retired Kitsap County Extension Agent. Group members are welcome to attend. GIRL SCOUT TROOPS Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. a meeting will be held at the Hood Canal Jr. High for the purpose of Christmas tree cutting is expected to be under way two weeks after the tour. Those who plan to attend the tour are encouraged to wear or bring rain gear and women to wear slacks. forming Girl Scout troops in the area. All girls aged nine through fourteen, grades 4th through 9th, are eligible. Parents should attend this meeting with their daughters to help in planning and organization. A Brownie Troop for the younger girls will also be organized. Mrs. Gladys Peterman and Mrs. Vie Sanders were chauffered from Seattle to visit and have dinner at the beach home of Ilene Ager. The ladies loved the drive to and from the Canal via the Bremerton ferry and the freeway. They enjoyed immensely the sea food dinners and the home made bread added, that Ilene serves them. AT CAPITAL SAVINi S Free Transfer: Your account transferred free from anywhere in the United States. FSLIC INSURANCE INCREASED TO $20,000.00 SHELTON -- First & Railroad, 4264211 Home Office: Olympia Olympia -- Montesano -- Vancouver -- Shelton Reg. 1.75 Velvety sheared cotton terry: 'Spanish Tiles' jacquard, 'Rose Mist' pastel print. Hand towel Reg. 1.00, Sale 85 Wash cloth Reg..60, Sale 1 Reg. 18.99 high boot with pullstraps, buckle styling, blackened brown smooth leather uppers, compo- sition sole, rubber heel. Sizes 7 to 11. Reg. 18.99. 'Harness boot' with stained briarwood grain leather uppers, broad toe last, pull straps, composition sole, rubber heel. Sizes 7 to 11. The values are here every day. Shop Daily 9:30/5:30 And Fri. 'til 8:30 P.M. i i ii I Thursday, October 14, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3