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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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~N COUNTY COURT on the docket in Justice Court Glenn Correa during were: State Patrol P.O. Box 806, ire to yield right of $10 suspended; 2245 S. 6th, no valid operator's Person, driving while $80 fine, 10 SUspended; David Box 398, Shelton, right of center forfeit; Joseph Hohnan, Shelton, Use due dare and forfeit; Martin Hart Third, Shelton, $20 forfeit; P. O. Box 585, )Wing too closely, eddy Munyon, 711 Beach, Ore., $25 forfeit; Gary Rt. 2, Box 509, indecent or vulgar oxication, $75 !Ckendorn, I I 16]/2 Ave., Bremerton, role fish in closed forfeit; Randy Gold Creek Rd., POSsession of loaded vehicle, $25 forfeit ; 1607 Third W., 'SSession of deer notched deer Jimmie Pringle, 1598, Bremerton, rifle in motor forfeit; Robert Seiford Ave., Port loaded rifle in :le, $25 forfeit; 49F, Wencker, aSSession of loaded -~hicle, $25 forfeit; 351) Wencker, of loaded 'Vehicle, $25 forfeit ; 28F, Wencker, )SSession of loaded person, $85 fine; Patricia Bourgault, 1705 Summit Dr., Shelton, illegal consumption of intoxicants, $50 fine; Troy Speaks, Rt. 3, Box 95, Shelton, illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants, $50 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Markus Billingsley, remodeling, $1,000; J. A. Fetz, repair existing bulkhead, $3,000; Stewart Hilscher, cabin, $13,000; Larry Jansen,residence, $25,000; Robert Kibler, residence, $20,000; A. D. tester, retaining wall, $750; Roger Reid, garage, $1 ,250; Patrick Rodgers, residence, $23,000; tlarold Shepard, summer home, $5,000; D. E. Teberg, addition to garage, $500; Herbert Tubbs, cabin, $14,000. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Greg Graham reported a bicycle taken. Arthur Davis reported a motor for a boat taken. A cow was reported loose on the highway in the Skokomish Valley. Two horses were reported loose on a road. A lock was reported cut on a gate to a Bonneville Power Administration site. SHELTON POLICE A 16-year-old runaway boy from Kirkland was found here. Lucy Moore reported 25 gallons of fuel oil taken from a barrell. Vehicles driven by Louis Chancy and Betty Squires collided at Highway 101 S. and Bellevue. Vehicles driven by Neal White and Vernon Burkman collided on l 0th St. A 1954 pickup was reported stolen by Donald Andrews, it was laster recovered on Mill St. Several gas tank caps were reported taken. Vehicles driven by George Moore and Virginia Snider collided at Highway 101 and H St. SUPERIOR COURT Divorce Decrees A divorce decree was signed for: Robert Coots from Ruth Coots. New Cases National Bank of Commerce against Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford, mortgage forclosure and note collection. State Highway Department against Glen Story, Shelton Moose Lodge, Earl Mallinger, the Shelton Cemetery Association and Mason County, condemnation. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: Margaret Thomas from John Thomas. Bobby Holly from Joan Holly. Marlene Soloman from Grady Soloman Jr. New Cases Donna Tibbits, by her guardian ad litem, Rita Tibbits, against Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn, personal injury. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Thomas against Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marsh, recission of contract. Montesano Equipment Co. against Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dennis, recovery of possession of personal property. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Lumberman's of Shelton, lumber storage shed, $2,000; H.O.W. Builders, residence, $10,538. FIRE DEPARTMENT Oct. 20, 2:13 p.m., fire in a vehicle belonging to Joe McKiel, $25 damage. ttigh Low Precip. Oct. 21 54 35 .19 Oct. 22 51 36 .72 Oct. 23 54 44 .15 Oct. 24 56 40 .03 Oct. 25 57 41 .04 Oct. 26 55 41 .60 Oct. 27 50 30 .11 Warmer temperatures are predicted for Saturday and Sunday with a chance of rain on Sunday. Highs will range from 50 to 55 degrees on Friday, rising to the upper 50s on Saturday and Sunday. Friday lows will be from 25 to 35 degrees, increasing to the 30s on Saturday and Sunday. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Oct. 28 Low ....... 6:00 a.m. 1.7 ft. High ....... 1:30 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low ....... 7:48 p.m. 5.7 ft. Friday, Oct. 29 High ...... 12:42 a.m. 8.4 ft. Low ....... 7:00 a.m. 2.4 ft. High ....... 2:00 p.m. 12.0 ft. Low ....... 8:36 p.m. 4.1 ft. Saturday, October 30 High ....... 2:06 a.m. 9.1 ft. Low ....... 8:06 a.m. 3.2 ft. High ....... 2:36 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low ....... 9:18 p.m. 2.4 ft. Pacific Daylight Time Ends Sunday, Oct. 31 High ....... 2:24 a.m.10.0 ft. Low .......8:00 a.m.4.0 ft. High ....... 2:06 p.m.12.3 ft. Low .......8:54 p.m.0.6 ft. Monday, Nov. 1 High ....... 3:30 a.m. I 1.1 ft. Low .......9:00 a.m. 4.9 ft. lligh ....... 2:42 p.m. 12.4 ft. Low ........ 9:36 p.m. -1.6 ft. Tuesday, Nov. 2 High ....... 4: 30 a.m.12.0 ft. Low ....... 9:48 a.m. 5.7 ft, High ....... 3:18 p.m. 12.4 ft. Low ......I0:18 p.m.-2.9 ft. Wednesday, Nov. 3 High ....... 5:24 a.m. 12.6 ft. Low ......10:42 a.m.6.5 ft. High ....... 3:54 p.m. 12.3 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.-3.5 ft. Dr. Joseph Shimek Dr. Joseph Shimek Taken By Death Dr. Joseph T. Shimek, 414 W. Wyandotte, died October 14 in Mason General Hospital at the age of 78 years. He was born March 17, 1893 in Renvilte, Minn. and in 1913 was graduated from high school in Odessa, Washington. Ite attended the Oregon School of Dentistry, now known as the University of Oregon School of Dentistry, from which he was graduated in 1917, starting his practice in Enumclaw the same year. lte came to Shelton in 1920, traveling from Tacoma by boat, and lived here until the time of his death. In 1967 he was honored by the University of Oregon upon his completion of 50 years of the practice of dentistry, and he retired the following year. Dr. Shimek was a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, the Elks, and Kiwanis, in which he had maintained perfect attendance for 12 years. He was active in the Tumwater Council of Boy Scouts. Surviving him are his wife, Opal, of the home; two sons, Gregory of Shelton, and Gerald, Tacoma; a daughter, Mrs. Suzann West of Mt. Vernon; nine grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mary Bastrom of Auburn; and many nieces and nephews. Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. on October 17 in St. Edward's Catholic Church, where Mass was said the following day at 10 a.m. Father Gabriel officiated and burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD * 4TH vehicle, $25 forfeit ; 2564 Fir Ave., to ram ova 0nth and day from ntal deer tag :~'l~r-:'~leilitng '. dtSer,~ gll~.rd ,: M olm~,~ Des Moines, lesignated month deer tag, ens Stewart, 1110 Port Orchard, hie birds in excess forfeit; Jimmie 1 Box 1598, of loaded vehicle, $25 forfeit. Office Accaanna, Rt. 5. Shelton, minor [iquor, negligent s license on ...... ....... Rod Olsen says WITH A 426-4702 Quality Furniture since 1936 Open Daily 8:30 -- 5:30 Use Your Bankcard! Hwy. S. Free-Delivery C f C m o Z # -r n, ~U'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * ~UALITY FURNITURE AT PRICEs YOU CAN AFFORD * 4TH tester L. LaMarsh Dies In Alaska Lester L. La Marsh, 49, died on October 18 in Ketchikan, Alaska where he had lived since leaving Shelton in 1961. tie was a nfillwright for the Ketchikan Pulp Co. Mr. LaMarsh was born April 9. 1922 in Bend, Ore. and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen LaMarsh of Ketchikan: six sons, Scotty LaMarsh, Larry LaMarsh of Germany, and Sterling, John, Karland and Keith, all of Portland, Ore.: three daughters including Mrs. Leslie Dunnivan of Rogue River, Ore. and Miss J ulie LaMarsh of Portland: three grandchildren; four brothers, Fred of Seattle, and Verne, Walt, and Kenny. all of Shelton; three a.~al.c,> Mia. k~tl,~i I'~cl?.t>'nn of Shelton, Mrs. LaVay l!,.'i:~ Tacoma, and Mrs. lone Gorski ot Seattle; and many nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Shelton Memorial park with theRev. William Andrews officiating. Inn Quest Seeks Nominees Nominations for the offices of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer on the Executive Board of the Inn Quest will be taken at the Inn Quest this weekend. All of these positions may be occupied by youth. The nominations will be taken from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. Voting will-be held on the following weekend of November 5 and 6. Charles Biehl Dies In Accident Charles Biehl died Tuesday in Ha)wood, Cal. as the result of an automobile accident. He was 23 years old, and a college student. He was reared in the Shelton area, and his parents were long-time residents of the Skokomish Valley. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Virginia Biehl of Sunnyside, Wa.; several brothers and sisters; and an aunt. A funeral will be conducted in Sunnyside with burial in Shelton Memorial Park at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. VOTERS OF MARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL DISTRICTI Let's continue the forward progress of Mary M. Knight School by re-electing: HERB BREHMEYER JR., District 2 CLARENCE PALMER, District 4 KENNETH GRIBBLE, District 5 and writing in WILLIAM (BILL) BARNES SR., District 3. (Pol. adv. pd. bY Herb Brehmeyer Jr., Mattock, Wn.) Savings De For Women Fashion Scarves Squares, Prints, Solids ..... NOW Plastic Handbags Shoulder Straps .......... NOW Fashion Sleepwear Cotton/Polyester Prints .... NOW $ For Men and Boys Better Boys' Sweaters Siip-overs ................. NOW ..... Boys' Long Sleeve Polos Machine Washable .......... NOW One Group Boys' Shirts Real dogs ..................NOW Printed Cotton Shifts Short Sleeve ............. NOW Sd Fashion White Uniforms$ Misses and dr's sizes ....... NOW Cardigan Sweaters ,,,,,,:, Reduced from much higher retaiL NOW Fashion Better Blouses Short and Long Sleeve .....NOW Fashion Ankle Pants Cottons and Blends .......NOW Maternity Tops Bottoms too ............ NOW $ Fashion Rain Coats Plastics and Fabric ........ NOW Fashion 3-PC. Pant Sets S' Skirt, Vest and Pants ...... NOW For Girls & Infants 7-14 Washable Pants Elastic Waist ...... : ...... NOW .... Nylon Fashion Tights $1 Assorted Colors. ...........NOW Girls' Pelli Slips $ 7-14 in Assorted Prints ..... NOW I Gids' Brushed Sleepwear Gowns and Pajamas NOW *i" *28' Quality, Gauze Diapers Dozen Package ........... NOW ... Jr. Infant Pant/Top Set S,'ll Knitted top and bottom .... NOW .... Infants Nylon Jackets Raglon sleeve ............. NOW .... Toddlers Cord/Top Sets $, Machine Washable ......... NOW .... 3-6X Pant Assortment Elastic Waist ............. NOW 7-14 Sweaters $1 Cardigans, Washable ........ NOW I Men's Better Shirts Reduced from stock ........ NOW One Group Men's Shirts Small sizes ................NOW ta. [ Underwear $ I '~oPS and Bottoms : ......... OW Boys' Flannel PJ's Prints in small, medium & large NOW Boys' Solid Color Shirts Sizes 6-18 .............. NOW $ SAVE 15% OFF ALL BOYS & GIRLS JACKETS IN STOCK! Hurry! Sale ends Saturday night! For The Home Printed Queen Bedspreads $, Gold or Blue ............. NOW GK~ indgo n~Z~., '.~. 'p~*' ~ O W$ C ,tt t Qei!ted Fabrk.ow $ Imported Jewelry Boxes I Great Gifts for Holid!ys Imported Sewing Baskets $ I Reduced from stock .......NOW I Electric Scissors s Single speed ............. NOW " Pencale Pillow CasesS, Go, ld, Yellow, Green ....... NOW -- SAVE 15% ON ALL NOVELITY CURTAINS IN STOCKI Sale ends this Saturday~ I I I[ The values are here every day. Shop Daily 9:30 to 5:30 -- Shop Fridays 9:30 to 8:30 P.M. Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 i