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November 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 18, 1971

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,ei Velza Adams Nora M. Weston I her Dies In Hospital Dies On Monday Mr. Velza Adams, 1539Mrs. Nora M. Weston, 216 Turner, died last Thursday in High Low Precip. Mason General Hospital. He was Nov. 11 51 48 .58 74 years old. Nov. 12 53 48 .28 He was born Jan. 29, 1897 in Nov. 13 58 45 .13 Indiana and had lived in the COUNTY Nov. 14 51 45 .27 Shelton area since 1927. He was IIJSTICECOURT Nov. 15 50 43 .25 employed as bleacher man at on the docket in Nov. 16 47 44 .05 Rayonier Pulp Mill, and retired in County Justice Court Nov. 17 50 39 .00 1962. Glenn Correa during Friday is expectedto be were: partly cloudy; Saturday, fair; Mr. Adams was a member of Sunday, partly cloudy. High the United Methodist Church and temperatures will range from 45a 42-year member of the Shelton to 55 degrees with the lows in the Moose Lodge. 30s and low 40s. ton State Patrol T. Murphy, P. O. Box physical control of a while intoxicated, ae, five days in jail, Virgil Newbury, P. O. Hoodsport, leaving unning in unattended 15 fine, $10 suspended; Rt. 10, Box 365, $15 forfeit; 927 Wycoff, driving while license 10 days in jail, Douglas Watkins, Rt. 346A, Port Orchard, equipment, $30 forfeit; 56021 Third Ave. over center line, $10 Harry Christel, 430 S. a, Olympia, improper forfeit; William Huff, Box 262L, Olympia, mufflers, $15 forfeit; 205 W. G St., speeding, $15 forfeit; 691 312th Federal to keep right of $15 forfeit; Danny 1055 Marshall Dr., negligent driving, $25 Stormo, 1055 Tumwater, negligent $25 forfeit; Harold t205 Olympic, Shelton, $15 forfeit; Arline SW Mills, Seattle, $15 forfeit; Kenneth 4, Box 4740 Gig liquor in a $10 fine; Michael O. Box 103, Belfair, $15 forfeit; Howard P. O. Box 3 1 1, $15 forfeit; Rt. 3, Box 2, ailure to keep right of $15 forfeit; Francis Jr., p. O. Box 21, art, driving while no Washington license on person, $140 in jail, suspended, 30 days; Neal O. Box 2, Union, $40 forfeit; Carl C. 4, Box 601, Gig liquor in a carrying a L loaded I, a motor vehicle, $10 flays in jail, suspended; 4818 S. Warsaw PI., $15 forfeit. Sheriff's Office P. O. Box 45, )er lane of travel, Department LaMarsh, Rt. 5, Box killing cow elk season, $300 Phipps, Rt. 2, 2, Port Orchard, of loaded rifle in $25 forfeit; Robert Bear St., Shelton, of cow elk taken Closed season, $300 Lilliwaup, speeding, failure to yield right-of-way, $45 forfeit; Charles Holt, St. Rt. 1, Box 240A, Union, defective equipment, $35 fine; Thomas Anderson, 3309 Fairview, Olympia, no stop at two arterial signs, $30 forfeit; Emile Blanchette, 89 Harrisburg, Westbrook, Me., drunk in public, four days in jail; Charles Van Overbeke, Cameron Hotel, no valid operator's license, $30 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Commission during the past week were to Lawrence Brandon, addition to home, $5,000; J. W. Dosser, P. O. Box 812, home, $18,000; Joe Elam, garage, $900; Ralph Green, garage, $1,000; Spencer Mougin, remodel house and repair seawall, $2,800; Ed Nordquist, summer cabin, $15,000; David Peterson, cabin, $8,000; Mrs. Stanley Smith, garage and screening fence, $1,000. SHELTON POLICE Vehicles driven by Elizabeth Simpson and Brooke Butler collided at 13th and Professional Way. Darrell Andrews reported three batteries taken out of cars at the Shelton Motors used car lot. Mrs. Ken Henderson reported windows broken out of a car. BB shot holes were reported in a windshield. Vehicles driven by George Plews and Gerald Rose collided at Highway 101 and K St. Floyd Ridout reported an antenna and a mirror taken from a car. A vehicle driven by Frank Johnson hit a parked vehicle belonging to Robert Howell. Hugh Isbell reported a bb shot mark in a windshield. Larry Anderson reported a box of shot gun shells, binoculars and two blank checks taken. John Kaiser reported items taken from the Shelton Junk Co. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Janis Chaplin reported a pony loose on the Binns Swiger Road. Mr: Sigo reported salmon being gaffed. Mrs. John Goodchild reported a radiator hose cut on her son's car. Mrs. Frank Bishop reported two Golden Retriever dogs came to her place. Martin Van Dyne reported a boat and motor taken. CITYBUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past w.eek were to PUD 3, warehouse, $90,000. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were signed for: Donna Hartkop from Alfred Hartkop. Durise Keith from Fred Keith. New Cases Grimm Collections against Tidewater Seafood Co., transcript of judgement. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bernert against Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Bland, damages. Jean Stephens as guardian of Anton Anderson, Howard Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roland against Mr. and Mrs. George Ancich and Veronica Donaldson, action to establish easement. Roots Engineering against Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chilton, debt. Seattle Trust and Savings Bank against Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webber, abstract of judgement from King County. Harry Kegel against Mr. and Mrs. John Howard, injunction. Ti These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 ft. Thursday, Nov. 18 High ....... 6:00 a.m. 1 l.gft. Low ......11:06 a.m.7.8 ft. High ....... 3:42 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.-1.8 ft. Friday, Nov. 19 High ....... 6:36 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low ......11:42 a.m.8.0 ft. High ....... 4:06 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11:36 p.m.-1.9 ft. Mason General Hospital A son to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Short, 2035 King Street, November 14. An eight pound four-and-a-half ounce daughter, Tami, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Dewell of Everson on October 25. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dewell of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Garret Van Weerdhuizen of Everson. MODERN CALENDARS mar the sweet simplicity of our lives by reminding us that each day that passes is the anniversary of some perfectly uninteresting event. Oscar Wilde Survivors include his wife, Elsie, of the home; a son, Dwight, of Winslow, Ind.; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A service was held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Monday with the Rev. William Andrews and George Rasmussen officiating. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Marriage Licenses ! Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: James Littlefield, 26, Port Orchard, and Betty Sidwoski, 35, Belfair. Richard Buechel, 20, Union, and Susan Schiller, 20, Tahuya. Daniel Johnson, 26, Seabeck, and Patty Downey, 18, Tracyton. Euclid, was dead on arrival at Mason General Hospital on Monday. She was 84 years old. Born in Knoxville, Tenn. on April 14, 1887, she had made her home in this are for the past 66 years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Surviving Mrs. Weston are three daughters, Miss Dorothy Weston and Mrs. Helen Simmons of Shelton and Mrs. Florence Valiere of Puyallup; 13 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren. The Rev. Howard Spears officiated and burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Advisory Board To Be Formed The Mason-Thurston Community Action Council is setting up an advisory board for the Mason County area. The first meeting will be Dec. 1, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. in the Shelton Referral Center, 208 Grove St. The public is welcome to attend and present any ideas on how to better improve the community and or services for low-income residents. Call Us About -~/~/~/~1~ OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I ,;, ~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~nnn~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~nn~~~~~~~~~n~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~nn~~~n~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~nn~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~~~P"~ .= .= | -_---.. , Department rd MacGilvary, 4401 Everett, negligent forfeit; Jerry Clary, 259, Shelton, minor liquor, $50 forfeit; Rt. lO, Box 4, assaulting an Ik in public, resisting a public nuisance, e, $300 suspended; P. O. Box l O0, Saturday, Nov. 20 High ....... 7:18 a.m. 12.3 ft. --= Low ......12:24 p.m.8.2 ft.-= High ....... 4:42 p.m. 10.5 ft. -'= Sunday, Nov. 21 Low ...... 12:12 a.m. -1.9 ft. High ....... 7:54 a.m. 12.4 ft. Low ....... 1:12 p.m. 8.3 ft. High ....... 5:18 p.m. 10.3 ft. Monday, Nov. 22 Low ...... 12:54 a.m. -1.7 ft. High ....... 8:36 a.m. 12.5 ft. Low .'. ...... 2:06 p.m... 8.2 ft. High. ~; .... '6:06 p:m. 9.8 ft. Tuesday, Nov. 23 Low .......1:36 a.m.-1.2 ft. High ....... 9:18 a.m.12.5 ft. Low .......3:06 p.m.7.7 ft. High ....... 7:06 p.m.9.2 ft. Wednesday, Nov. 24 Low ....... 2:24 a.m. 0.4 ft. High ...... 10:00 a.m.12.6 ft. Low ....... 4:12 p.m. 6.9 ft. High ....... 8:24 p.m. 8.5 ft. Thursday, Nov. 25 Low ....... 3:18 a.m. 1.5 ft. High ...... 10:42 a.m.12.6 ft. Low ....... 5:18 p.m. 5.6 ft. High ...... 10:06 p.m.8.1 ft. Traditional Thanksgiving In A Rustic Setting Reserve Now At Phone 898-2200 or 898.2500 INN co. I Demo with 3-seats, fcty. air, full power, Turbo, radio. Was $5972 ......... NOW $ E i i | .= E -= IMPALA SPORT SEDAN " Demo with full power, turbo, tilt wheel, tint. windows, radio w/rear i speaker, whitewalls. Was $4507 ................................... NOW NEW MALIBU SEDAN With p.s., turbo, tint. glass, radio. Was $3754 ........................ NOW NEW MALIBU COUPE ,=- With p.s., turbo, whitewalls, radio, rear defroster. Was $4024 ............ NOW Sd E NEW NOVA COUPE With 3-spd. floor shift, radio, whitewalls, rally wheels. Was $2932 ......... NOW "'W V'" W''O" i !( i With automatic, radio, custom interior, whitewalls, wheel rings. NEW VEGA GT COUPE , l 'ij With 4-speed, radio, tinted glass, whitewalls, Sport Stripe. ..~ O' NEW CHEV. 1/2-TON PICKUP -= =" With 3-speed, foam seat, gauges, HD springs, chrome front, HD rear - bumpers. Was $3404 ........................................... NOW NEW CHEV. 3/4-TON PICKUP 4-wheel drive, 350 V8, P.S., Hi9 springs, F & R shocks, freewheeling hubs, HD battery, foam seat, gauges, 7:50x16x8 tires. Was $5094 ........... NOW $ E FROM UP Open: 10 - 6 Mon. - Fri.; "J" & Olympic Hwy. N. In Easy to Clean Vectra 10 - 4 Sat.; FREE DELIVERY - Shelton - 426.3264 ::::::::::: I Parts & Service Monday thru Saturday MIC Insurance Daily Rental Service -- NO. 1 SERVICE DEPT.- 1st. & Grove E .= E i E == E E ~n~~~n~nn~n~n~u~n~n~n~n~U~n~n~~n~n~ DRESS SHIRTS *5"Each Or 3/$1500 SPORTCOATS Solid color. 100% polyester double knit. 100% Polyester DOUBLE KNIT Are your outfits color-co- ordinated? Jackets, shirts, and slacks all to color your wardrobe right. We can do it. Regularly $22.00 NOW Flare or St. Leg 100% Wool Sharkskin TWO PANT SUITS Reg. to $80.00 NOW Ideal Christmas gift. Put It All Togetherl LAVISH MINK DRESS COATS Compares to $78.00 NOW Untrimmed, Reg. $59.95 NOW Just Arrived The finest in women's clothing. Received Over 100 New Fall KNITS Just has to be one of the best! and Pant Suits ALL FAMOUS BRANDS \ \ ! Thursday, November 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3