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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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a I;.T Taken By Death w Marriage ty-C y Req ..0v0r n a o aar0nc0 .ig. Licenses Allen Lody died November 23 at Nov. 25 ' 51 38 .043 ~ his home in Seattle. Father LodyNov. 26 46 40 1.06 -~-'--------'--'----'------- was vicar of Saint David's Nov. 27 55 41 .30 Applying for marriage licenses Episcopal Church, Shelton, from Nov. 28 49 41 1.20 in the Mason County auditor s MASON COUNTY chain saws and two drive socket 1960 until his retirement in April, Nov. 29 48 41 .41 office this week were: JUSTICE COURT sets taken from a t0ol shed at his 1970. Nov. 30 48 41 .05 O r v i 11 e B u t c h e r, 5 1 , 10aring on the docket in pole yard. Born in Denver, Colorado, in Total precipitation forNovember Bremerton, and Dolores Fischer, County Justice Court Don Armstrong reported his 1900, Father Lody was active in 10.70. 42, Bremerton. lUdge Glenn Correa during parked vehicle hit by another. Christian Education before his Dec. 1 46 38 .00 William Rhoades, 26, Tacoma, :Week were" Mrs. Sherwood reported a Ordination in 1954. He was vicar Showers may be expected and Frances Rhoades, 26, =hin " ,,." . p . . tape deck and tape taken, of Saint Michael and All Angels from Friday through Sunday with Tacoma. I' gton~tate atro, D. G. Gordon reported Church in Issaquah prior to high temperatures ranging from Dave Willis, 20, Shelton, and Pelker Jr., 1411 19th windows broken out of a vehicle, moving to Shelton, and for ten 45 to 50 degrees and lows from Linda Bernardo, 17, Port Milton, speeding, $15 Mrs. Horde reported years was superintendent of the 35 to 40 degrees. Orchard. Donna Rawlings, Rt. 1,vandalism to a mail box. Sunday School at St. Lukes Klayton Buskin, 21, 3, Elma, failure to obtain Rudy Zingier reported mail Episcopal Church, Renton. Hoodsport, and Judith Laugen, ,~on driver's license, $15 boxes vandalized at Mason Lake.Surviving him is his wife, 18, Shelton. Gordon Johnson, P.O. A trailer house owned by Isabel, of 9551 Rainier Avenue Nf~ Dale Schurman, 19, Shelton, t85 South Colby, hauling Gordon Fisher was reported South, No. 408, Seattle 98118. W and Nina Bolds, 17, Shelton. as trees on farm tonnage, broken into at Fawn Lake. Funeral services were held y Maurice Golladay, 21, Elma if; Mihaly Kallay, Rt. 3, Windows were reported November 26 at All Saints | and Cindy Gillispie, 17, Elma. J61, Shelton, hauling broken out of the Shelton Valley Church, Seattle, where Father Arrlva, s ~aas trees on farm tonnage, Grange Hall. _., Lody had ~ttended and assisted ~feit. Pacific Northwest BeLl since his retirement. A memorial =--~------ ------------- Sheriff,s Office Telephone reported a nitrogen Eucharist was held Saturday, HtARIN6 ~t Roetter P O Box 20a cylinder and regulator taken. November 27 at Saint David's. Mason General Hospital - ' " Earl Smith reported cows rot, failure toobtain "" his flowers The family suggests that A,oo,o O .o ~ IBIS $1:1 i , eating . memorials in the form of Lane, P. O. Box 44, Lilliwaup, lagt.on operatorshcens~ Art Henry reported three donations be made to All Saints' November29. .While intoxicated, ~z 1 uhorses loose FOR !0 dlays in jail, suspended, Clyde Hall reportedscuba Church, 5150 South Cloverdale, ' pended 30 days;Jerone*~nkstaken Seattle 98118. Kathy Leanne SHEtTON, tek, Rt 3, Box 811, ~" ''" "; "~ " e orted was born to Mr. and Mrs. ." .. KlcnaraaKmae r p a , neglagent driving, $95 . ut ................... Larry Knudsen on November 23 'rl .......... cabin broken into and abo $600-----ii-~---------- WASHINGTON ,y acnucKert, r. u. t~ox .... ,~ d e~h~_ n~.~n in St. Peter's Hospital, Olympia. All ........ worth ot antique rugs ann yn, arwlng While . am She has a five-year-old brother,Etectronic hearing tests will 1, $125 fine five da's tapestries, a kerosene 1 p, a ,'.. Y knife and clothing taken. Jeffrey, and a three-year-oldbe given at Hy-Lond Inn, First suspended, l~cense ...... ort " sister, Lori. Grandparents are Mr. and Railroad, Shelton, on 30 days ~rs. Kooert reterson rep ea These tides ar U " Department Tee, P. O. Box 11 O, enish, driving while no operator's license, bail forfeiture, warrant for 30 days in jail; Joseph Rt. 3, Box 94, Shelton, Over center line, driving intoxicated, $250 warrant issued for 30 Jail; Theodore Moline, 911 Castle Rock, littering in a minor in possession COnsuming liquor, $75 Gronseth, 261 St. Dr., Shelton, minor in of and consuming ~$0 forfeit; Jay Landsaw, 322, negligent driving, Michael Frank, 1339 Highway N., Shelton, While intoxicated, $190 days in jail, suspended; Rt. 1, Box 525, Petit larceny, resisting fine, $100 suspended; P. O. Box 1216, drunk in public, six lull. BUILDING PERMITS permits approved by newspaper boxes vandalized. Antonette Rottle reported a house entered and portable radio and food taken. A break-in at Hood Canal Junior High was reported. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Drew Cole, fence, $150; Firstmark Corp., residence, $11,256; Firstmark Corp., residence, $11,256; Firstmark Corp., residence, $1 1,256; Firstmark Corp., residence, $11,256. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces k A divorce decree was signed for: Mary Wilson from George Wilson. New Cases Atlas Credit of California against Audrey Hinchcliff and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tanasee, loin forclosure. Interstate Union of Operating Engineers Construction Industry Pension and Health and area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Dec. 2 High ....... 5:30 a.m. 13.0 ft. Low ...... 10:30 a.m. 8.2 ft. High ..... :. 3:18 p.m. 12.2 ft. Low ...... 10:42 p.m. -3.9 ft. Friday, Dee. 3 High ....... 6:24 a.m.13.3 ft. Low ......11:24 a.m.8.3 ft. High ....... 4:06 p.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......11:30 p.m.-3.7 ft. Saturday, Dee. 4 High ....... 7:06 a.m. 13.4 ft. Low ......12:18 p.m.8.2 ft. High ....... 4:48 p.m. 11 4 ft. Sunday, Dee. 5 Low ......12:12 a.m.-3.0 ft. High ....... 7:54 a.m. 13.3 ft. Low ....... 1 : 12 p.m. 8.0 ft. High ....... 5:36 p.m. 10.6 ft. Monday, Dee. 6 Low .......1:00 a.m.-2.0 ft. High ....... 8:42 a.m.13.1 ft. Low .......2:12 p.m.7.7 ft. High ....... 6:36 p.m.9.8 ft. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Low ........1:42 a.m.-.08 ft. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bristol of Seattle. Scan Troy Dodge, the fourth grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Dodge, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troy Dodge on October 13 at Travis Air Force Base at Fairfield, Cal. His parents reside in Vacaville, Cal. Union Post Office To Open Saturdays The Post Office at Union will be open Saturdays until Christmas Postmaster Wanda Nilson said this week. The window will be open from 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 4, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 11 and 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 20, Mrs. Nilson said. EVERY MAN has by the law of nature a right to such a waste portion of the earth as is Friday, December 3, from 10 a.m. uritil 12 noon, by Mr. Roy Pearson, Beltone Consultant. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to come in for a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular degree of hearing loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will [he available. Everyone should have a hearing' test at least once a year if he has any trouble at all hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or those who have been told an aid won't help should have a hearing test and find out about the very latest hearing aids. The free tests will be held at Hy-Lond Inn, Shelton, on Friday, December 3, from l0 a.m. until 12 noon. If you can't get there on that day, call or write HEARING AIDS 4.18 S. Washington necessary for his subsistence. . Olympia, Dial 943-9650 % i in r ; i, I " EXECUTOR 707 t TRAV-L-BAR TILE TRIVET PLAQUES Oecoro,,s case ,s ..u,0ped ab Jl with all the accessories I:~ you'll need for a party on ~-'~""~'~ L the go -- 4 aluminum wil' dl tumblers, 2 shot glasses, ~ ~IL tray, bottle/can opener and ~ Aim . spoon. Rugged Royallte i ~..ff~ ~r=i ,.,Jimma ~ ~ swish of a damp cloth. I I'Tis a blarney table or wall, indeed, ~ . " that's graced with these thoughtful '-ilt% lmlmi accents. Gold and black lettering; iili black irn frames' 5lid' x 9l/z"" i~ *l" Each ~-$29's Eao." From Musical And Without From To ~98 5th & Franklin Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday "CRESTWOOD" WEATHER STATION by SPRINGFIELD Thermometer, barometer, humidity meter on walnut panel. Gold trimmed, ebony frame hangs horizontally or vertically. 7"xl 7". 95 426-3327 County Planner's the past week were Archer, summer home, E. A. Black, summer Francine Hughes, e, $15,000; Joseph Lane, cabin, $951; Thomas and storage, $800. SltELTON POLICE Wingard reported the Church entered and g. Hensel reported rocks at a roof. !re Tibbits re'ported bumped his while ,ed at a stop sign. car owned by Jacob was hit by another :at owned by Byron reported ran off the Way. Hutson reported a light from a porch. Leortscher reported a ran into her car, causing damage to a rear Kinman reported a door to the Reed building open. room at Shelton was broken into and recorder, speakers for saxaphones and a and a rhythm machine 3FFICE Bilderback reported a broken into and and pop taken. reported three SANTA CLAUS CLAUS, INDIANA IS IN TNE =r Santa Post Office and a colorful letter FREEI way of sayff Security Trust Fund against High .......9:24 a.m. 12.8 ft.& COTA * YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FUI~NITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD Robert Kimbel, doing business as Low ....... 3:24 p.m.7.0 ft. I;I Kimbel Construction, transcript High ....... 7:42p.m. 8.9ft.t AT OLSEN FURNITURE NEW 1972 MODELS of judgement. Wednesday, Dec. 8 Low .......2:30 a.m. l'4ft" IOII I High ......10:06 a.m. 12.5 ft. ANIMALS: those who never Low .......4:30 p.m. 6.1 ft. hear the clock strike.., dieHigh ....... 9:00p.m. 8.1ft. ~< without any idea of death.., have no theologians to instruct them, --~~--- With Furniture. Porch of $199 95 or more their last moments are not ca. Us About --~--___.,.~&/~/ ~ disturbed by unwelcome and OAK PARK ** unpleasant ceremonies, their A Planned 14"k~,2=~,...1~1 , funerals cost them nothing, and Unit Development~~ no one starts lawsuits over their 426-2646 wills. Voltaire HIMLIE REALTY, INC.'~ kl. SHELTON ELKS LODGE NO. 2467 Features outstanding acts to entertain you royally/ Presents SCan Kramien the Magician Totes Dog Act * Nollys Unicycle Act * Don George Puppet Acts * Miss Suzette -- An Evening of Enjoyment for the Entire Family at 7:30 p.m. I Tickets may be purchased at Hamlin's Toy Shop, Nsults Douglas Service, Jim Sutherlend or members of Shelton B.P.O.E. No. 2467 -- Tickets also available at the Gate -- * 4TH & C,OTA Boys' 20" Stinger Men's 26" Lightweight Girls' 20" Stinger Women's 26" Lightweight the Deluxe Model Illustrated has: Chrome Fenders Chrome Rims White Stripe Tires Bendix Pedal Brake Rally Stripe Seat Reflective Pedals U.S.A. Mode Product Easy to assemble Just put on pedals, seat and handlebars. REGULAR PRICE hi O u ..J hi tn >. < Bicycle offer applies on purchases arranged for between Dec. 2rid thru Dec. 24th, 1971. Limit: one bicycle per family. Offer subject to bicycle availability. Offer does not apply to fair traded items. Charge It! Or Use Your b o >. Quality Furniture since 1936 4TH & COTA * YOU'RE ALWAYS WELC~ Ii=m~ lira Free Parking Free Delivery Free Christmas Wrapping AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD * 4TH & Thursday, December 2, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 ]t