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November 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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COUNTY )URT on the docket in aunty Justice Court Glenn Correa during mrtment Rt. 4, Box transporting motor vehicle, $25 Slagle, St. Rt. 1, transporting motor vehicle, $25 Rt. 1, Box possession of deer notched deer $35 fine, suspended. te Patrol St. Rt. 5, Box driving while license fine, five days in Solomon Close, P. 12, Clallam Bay, lights, $15 forfeit; Rt. 3, Box 202, $15 forfeit; Rt. 10, Box 260, defective equipment, Bryan Haydon, 409 driving while $95 fine, $50 five days in jail, Iverson, St. 44, Lilliwaup, forfeit ; Michael , Box 225A, Shelton, 5 fine; Vicki Wood, Shelton, failure to flag man, $15 Rt. 10, Box 4, possession and of intoxicants, $50 Sharer, St. Rt. 1, Box .SPeeding. $15 forfeit; 62M, Olding Rd., to keep right e, $15 forfeit; Tom 71, Rochester, $15 forfeit; Leroy Gregory Ave., to use due care $45 forfeit; Edward Rt. 3, Box 40, on permit, $150 fine; Sr., 1016 E. Pia, overweight on tonnage, $248 fine; Rt. 2, Box 870, on truck, no $77 fine; Clarence Friendly Grove, valid tonnage ol $35 forfeit; St. Rt. 1, Box 35, passing, $15 Lepique, 1023 S. keep right e, $15 forfeit. Office Brierley, 601 N. driving while fine, five days )ended, license Jeffery Lowe, Tahuya, speeding, ls in jail; Floyd Turner, Shelton, lic nuisance, using language, $100 Dahman, 1 025 Turner, Shelton, possession of marijuana, 60 days in jail; Dianne Sullivan, 1811 King St., Shelton, illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants, $50 fine; Jeanne Sullivan, 1811 King St., Shelton, illegal possession and consumption of intoxicants, $50 fine. Municipal Department Harlan Mack, 81 t 8 32nd SW, Seattle, negligent driving, $150 forfeit; John Olsoe, Rt. 1, Box 715, Shelton, defective equipment, $20 forfeit; Susan McFarlane, Rt. 4, Box 20, Shelton, obstructing a public officer, resisting arrest, $100 fine; Larry McFarlane, drunk in public, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, $90 fine, 10 days in jail, suspended; Sonny Vercher, Rt. 3, Box 219, Shelton, failure to yield right-of-way, $15 forfeit; Leigh Goldsby, negligent driving, $35 forfeit; Gregory Ramirez, 9830 Main St., Cucamonga, Calif., negligent driving, $35 fine; Karl Keyzers, 534 Fairmont, Shelton, loitering near a school, $50 fine, 10 days in jail, suspended; Baird Barr, 919 Euclid, Shelton, failure to stop at stop sign, $20 forfeit; Vern Ostrom, Union, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; Roy Mac Lachlan, P. O. Box 1 13, Lilliwaup, driving while intoxicated, $125 fine, five days in jail, suspended, license suspended 30 days; Terry Hanson, Spencer Lake, Shelton, speeding, $35 forfeit; Lee Bowman, 1735 Stevens St., Shelton, speeding, $20 forfeit; Kenneth Shanks, Rt. 3, Box 51, Shelton, speeding, $64 forfeit; Joseph S. Miltenberger, Rt. 5, Box 855, Shelton, speeding, $15 fine; Sally Einarsson, 324 E. 1 St., Shelton, speeding, $1 5 forfeit; Gale Albrecht, 128 N. First, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; Elvey ttoyt, llylond Inn, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to J ack R. Bennett, vacation home, $2,000; F. R. Hillin, laundry room and storage, $800; John Long, cabin, $7,000; Perry McDonald, remodeling, $5,000; Perry McDonald, garage, $800; lfarold Rennaker, vacation oabin, $1 0,000; Jerry Ryckman, residence, $9,200. SHERIFF'S OFFICE A fender for a trailer was found in the Agate area. Windows were reported broken out of the Seventh Day Adventist School. A detour sign on the Lost Lake Rd. was reported moved. Jean Edwards reported a mail box knocked down. Roy Anderson reported vandalism to a camper trailer. Dick Bostrom reported he had found a tent in a clearing. Mrs. Walton reported she found a small, black dog in the Grapeview area. Mrs. Bueshel reported keys found. Loren Pagel reported vandalism to a motor bike. Kneeland Construction Co. reported a steel tape and two hammers taken. Leo Nault reported a residence entered and items taken. F. E. Schmidtke reported a house entered and about $35 worth of coins taken. John Speas reported two tires taken. Mrs. Milton Buck reported a horse missing. John Lane reported he found construction barricades. SHELTON POLICE Mrs. Lewis Layton reported eggs thrown at a house. Mrs. Roy Renecker reported a statuette taken. Mrs. Norman Castle reported an antenna and a mirror taken from a car. A bicycle was found in the Mt. View School area. A door at Shaub Ellison was reported found open. Vehicles driven by Michael Frank, Ruth Moore and Wayne Robinson were involved in a collision at Second and Franklin. Jess Phillips reported a windshield in a vehicle cracked by a pellet gun shot. Robert Temple reported vandalism to the city pump house. Virginia Jones reported a purse missing. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: Jerry Bell from Verna Bell. Laura Gillick from John Gillick. Elsie Hawk from Leonard Hawk. New Cases Olympia Novelty Co. against Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waldrop, injunction and damages. Pay N Save Corp. against Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clayton, debt. Freda Christy against Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ecklund, personal injury. Gayle ttillberry against Mr. and MrS. Larry ChilLon, transcript of judgement. CORRECTION The name listed in a speeding charge on which $15 bail was forfeited in the Justice Court news last week should have read Martin Hart Jr., not Martin Hart Sr. NOT THE ONES The Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford who were listed in mortgage forclosure action in the Superior Court news last week are not the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford who live at Lakeland Village at Allyn. "When one door closes another opens. Yet, we often look so long and so regretfully at the door that closed, that we fail to see the door that's open." Real Super Saved 25% to 30% OFF example: 3'x2'. Reg. retail $20.93 .... NOW $9.95 (allow 1 day for delivery) We also have savings on Storm Doors! WHY PAY $11.25 GALLON FOR URETHANE! OLYMPIC HAS IT FOR ONLY $7.50 GALl RENOIR WALLPAPER by Leroy of Paris New selection. Pre-Pasted, pretrimmed, vinylized, scrubbable. See this exclusive selection TODAY! by Tone 'n Tique. $2 ANTIQUE KITS Reg $54S ............ NOW .25 GUARDSMAN ANTI-FREEZE .....Gal $1.49 PANELING Priced as low as .................. $2.25 Pa,.I 4x8 PARTICLE BOARD .... ONLY $1.50 s.eet INTERIOR LATEX .................. ONLY $3"70G,'. LATEX ENAMEL Regu,ar,y $7.00 ....... NOW $4.50 Ga,. EXTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX ...... ONLY $4.70Gal WINDSHIELDS NOW AVAILABLE AT TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS! O MANUFACTURING, INC. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Nov. 4 High ....... 6:18 a.m. 12.9 ft. Low ......11:30 a.m. 7.1 ft. High ....... 4:30 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low ......11:48 p.m. -3.6 ft. Friday, Nov. 5 High ....... 7:12 a.m. 12.9 ft. Low ......12:24 p.m.7.6 ft. High ....... 5:12 p.m. 11.6 ft. Saturday, Nov. 6 Low ......12:30 a.m.-3.2 ft. High ....... 8:12 a.m. 12.7 ft. Low ....... 1:18 p.m. 7.9 ft. High ....... 6:00 p.m. 10.9 ft. Sunday, Nov. 7 Low .......1 : 24 a.m. -2.4 ft. High ....... 9:06 a.m. 12.5 ft. Low .......2:24 p.m. 7.9 ft. High ....... 6:54 p.m. 10.1 ft. Monday, Nov. 8 Low ....... 2:12 a.m. -1.2 ft. High ...... 10:06 a.m.12.2 ft. Low ....... 3:48 p.m. 7.6 ft. High ....... 8:00 p.m. 9.1 ft. Tuesday, Nov. 9 Low ....... 3:06 a.m. 0.8 ft. High ...... 11:06 a.m.12.0 ft. Low ....... 5:18 p.m. 6.9 ft. High ....... 9:24 p.m. 8.3 ft. Wednesday, Nov. 10 Low ....... 4:06 a.m. 2.0 ft. High ...... 11:54 a.m.11.9 ft. Low ....... 6:24 p.m. 5.8 ft. High ...... 11:06 p.m.7.9 ft. Thursday, Nov. 11 Low ....... 5:12 a.m. 3.2 ft. High ...... 12:30p.m. 11.7 ft. Low ....... 7:18 p.m. 4.6 ft. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Robert Petty, 46, Shelton, and Lillian Nesbitt, 40, Shelton. Lewis Brown, 67, Pasco, and Geraldine Dahl, 69, Grapeview. th e High Low Precip Oct. 28 47 24 .00 Oct. 29 49 24 .00 Oct. 30 46 38 .10 Oct. 31 43 39 .07 Total Precip. for month 5.60 Nov. 1 52 38 1.91 Nov. 2 52 38 .00 Nov. 3 50 41 .62 Showers are expected on Friday and on Saturday with a chance of showers on Sunday. Snow may be mixed with the precipitation. High temperatures will be mostly in the 40s and Fows mostly in the 30s. Too Late to Classify Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Baldwin, 820 S. 16th, a boy, October 27. Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Schroeder, Rt. 3, Box 775, a girl, October 28. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Townson, Rt. 5, Box 356, a girl, October 30. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Lakey, 1213 Franklin, a girl, October 31. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Danielson, 826 Turner St., a girl, October 31. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson, 326 W. G St., a girl, October 31. Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Bilderback, Rt.'3, Box 81, a girl, November 1. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Miller, 1218 Olympic Hwy. So., a boy, November 2. LOST -- BOYS dark rimmed glasses, at Pool Nuotare, Monday, Nov. 1. Needed badly. 426-6152. F11/4-18 WANTED -- COCKTAI L waitress, Friday and Saturday nights at 40 et 8 Club. Phone 426-3949. Vl 1/4 FURNISHED ONE bedroom apartment for rent. All electric, no pets, $65.00. Phone 426-3242. B11/4tfn Is Arrested Joseph John Halpin, 18, Port Angeles, is being held in Mason County jail on a charge of auto theft. He was arrested on the Sand Hill Road in the Belfair area about 10:40 p.m. Oct. 30. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS EQuALs Free Transfer: Your account transferred free from anywhere in the United States. FSLIC INSURANCE INCREASED TO $20,000.00 SHELTON -- First & Railroad, 426-8211 Home Office: Olympia Olympia -- Montesano -- Vancouver -- Shelton Hurry! Supplies may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only e 100's by Saturn. Reg. $12.95 NOW 14 Oz. Mouthwash Reg. $1.15 NOW Sore Throat Lozenges with Match Box Toy. Reg. 98 NOW ! 24 Cough Discs. 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