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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Eunice Erickson" & ,i arrlage Dies In Oregon Licenses unice M rickson orn | August 8, 1908 in Iowa, died last ~-----------------------------------" ThursdaY in a Red m nd' O r egn' i ~~hospital, i Applying for marriage licenses Prior to her nine months' in the Mason County Auditor'sresidence in Redmond she had COUNTY Thomas Brokaw, 1128 Mason Office during the past week were office this week were: lived in Shelton since 1937. E COURT Lake Dr., Grapeview, illegal use of to A. M. Christensen, cabin, David Lawler, 28, McCleary, Mrs. Erickson is survived byl on the docket in emergency equipment without $6,000; Donald Leonard, summer and Norene Raines, 32, McCleary. four sons, LaVern McCowan of County Justice Court emergency equipment permit, home, $8,250; Alarr Logan, Jack Capeland, 25Shelton, i l Idge Glenn Correa during guilty, no fine. r e sad e n c e, $ 5,000; R. M. and Darla Bingley, 19, S'helton. Culver, Ore., Donald McCowan of OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK: 9 to 9 - Sunday 9 to 6 p.m. New London, Conn., and Martin ~~--~'-'------~ .... . tWeek were: Game Department Tomberg, vacation home, $8,000. Charles Ferguson, 20, and Melvin McCowan of Shelton; IShington State Patrol Robert Wilson, 521 Alder, SHELTON POLICE Hoodsport, and Denise Wilson,six brothers, Dale Molesworth of WHER EYOUR | 18, Washougal. Portland, Ore., Miles Molesworth rY Bell, P.O. Box 601,Shelton, hunting without valid Vehicles driven by Sharon Gary Parr, 28, Bremerton, and of California, and Earl, Ben,=.= ;TMAS DOILUkRS OCl I:[[l| i public intoxication, $25 license, $35 forfeit. Bender and Michael Larose were Nada Austin, 24, Bremerton. ,ggie Kelley, 1776 Stewart Sheriff's Office involved in a collision at Highway Everett and Roy Molesworth, J elton, public intoxication, whose addresses are unknown;I ~ "~~~~ I hl consumption of Edward Thomas, Shelton, 101 and G Sts. possession of controlled Richard Brufield reported his "~lth~;_ and her mother, Mrs. Mattie CHRISTh~I~AS TRt~he~ns~'~~CHF~ISTM 1 icants, $75 fine, $25 substance, 30 days in jail; Francis vehicle hit by anotherwhose v Troxell of Berwill, Neb. LIVING CUT driver didnotstop. We The Rev. Lewis Wysong (led; Dan Kozlowske, P.O. M. Cooper, Seattle, drunk in officiated at a graeeside service )3, Shelton, defective brake public, $25 forfeit ; James Bishop, A vehicle driven byRalph $15 forfeit; Daniel Sewell, 240 37th Ave., SE, Salem, Ore.,Bennett ran off the road at the held at 1t a.m. Tuesday in, ~itJeOy !~n~ ihour ~al~ddaoYr ;:~ifor year Pine, Douglas Fir, Norway Spruce, etc. 13OX 600' Sheltn' illegal speeding' $15 frfeit; Dnald intersectin f Highway 101 and "gh L Precip' Sheltn Memrial Park". ~ ~ ~~~'~~~ $100 i don of and consumption of Koskyn, Rt. 5, Box 5747, Gig B St. Dec. 2 46 38 .12 n PLANTED 4 D !Cants, $50 fine; John Harbor, driving while intoxicated, Mrs. Hellman reported a fence Dec. 3 46 34 .24 IN TUBS , ) 4 9 ' ~, Rt. 1, Box 158, Union, $160 fine, five days in jail,being damaged. Dec. 4 44 37 .20 FROM ONLY FROM lg, $25 forfeit; Jerry Craft, suspended, license suspended 30 Vehicles driven by John Dec. 5 50 34 1.18 -----_-_-_-- .......... ~ PER FT. Pacific Ave., Bremerton,days;Paul McPeak, Rt. 2, Belfair, Castle Jr. and Edgar Robinson Dec. 6 48 37 1.12 Tides.... B T~ PROTECTOR__ IRe~aird~inen;dtlreeedsr..p.Anercutltraeesg~lt~isture ~' lg, $1 5 forfeit; James no operator's license on person, collided at Highway 101 S. and Dec. 7 43 25 .00 ! 18135 40th, Bellevue, no $15 fine, $10 suspended; Andrew Dearborn. Dec. 8 36 27 .57 i9 Mrs. William Greenfield Periods of rain are forecast for " trailer, $15 forfeit; Erickson, Rt. 4, Box 299, reported aChristmas tree light Friday through Sunday with high ]~ Jenkins, 130 Birch, Shelton, illegal consumption and theft, temperatures in the 40s and lows These tides are for the Union nmmmmnminm mm nnnmmmmnmlA Speeding, $15 forfeit; possession of intoxicants, $50 Harold Cornish reported inthe30s, i CLIP THIS COUPON qelson, P. O. Box 412, forfeit, area. For Shelton and Oakland111 no valid Washington Christmas tree lights being taken. Bay add an hour and a half and | license on person, $15 Municipal Department Bottles were reported being 2.4 feet. Spitzer, Rt. 1, Box 3, Knute Wheeler, Rt. 3, Box thrown at vehicles on Pioneer speeding, $15 forfeit; 823, Shelton, speeding, $30 Way. Thursday, Dec. 9 TeD, Shelton, driving forfeit; ttarold Nichols, P. O. Box lvyl Chapman reported a )ut having obtained 416, Gardmaer, left turn against street sign taken. license, driving while traffic, $35 fine; Byron ~spended, $65 fine; Isaac Thompson, 1 53 5 N. Laurel, , SHERIFF'S OFFICE Mason General Hospital Rt. 5, Box 352, Shelton, Shelton, drunk in public, $25Ray Taylor reported a A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. stop at stop sign, no forfeit; Marva Glandon, 227 S. runabout and an outboard motorArden K. Locke, P. O. Box 212 on person, $30 6th, Shelton, speeding, $20 taken. Hoodsport, December 6. suspended; Rick Blake, forfeit; Joseph Hagen, Rt. 3, Box Claud Dugger reported a tire A son to Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Highway, Shelton, 94, Shelton, driving over center and wheel fell out of a truck.Allen, Rt. 5, Box 428, December yield right of way to line, driving while intoxicated, A battery was rep~orted taken 7. 15 fine; Ray Barrington, $320 fine, $10 suspended, 30 from a back hoe at the Hoodsport A son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael failure to signal left days in jail; John Dishon, Rt. 3, D. Swartsel, 2002 Spring Road, liquor to minors, Box 23, Shelton, drunk in public, Ranger Station. December 7. felt; Clark Crader, Rt. 1, furnishing liquor to minors, $50 George Schramm reported Shelton, driving whilefine; Jerry Clary, Rt. 1, Box 141, nails driven into a tire on his $160 fine, five days Shelton, driving while pick-up, lt'sagirl suspended, license intoxicated, minor consuming Pete Shawver reported for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haney ted 30 days; Retta liquor, $165 fine, five days in jail, gasoline taken, of Juneau, Alaska. She weighed in Rt. 1, Box 259, suspended, license suspended 30 The Harstine Community Hall at nine pounds and two ounces on minor in possession of days; George Azcarate, 411 Pine was reported broken into and November 27. Grandparents are COnsuming liquor, $25 St., drunk in public, $25 forfeit, several items taken. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hill and Mrs. Phillips, Rt. 4, Box D e nnis Loertscher reported Barbara Peterson, all of Shelton. aelton ~peeding, $15 COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS four horses loose. Nat Holman reported a house Wagner, 818 S. Building permits approved by e n t e r e d a n d b i n o c u 1 a r s, SPeeding, $15 forfeit;the Mason County Planner's silverware, pack boards, a lantern, flashlight and tools taken. \ Christmas Perfect-fit Agilon stretch nylon in reinforced or nude heel styles. Basic and fashion colors-- all a girl could want. Short, average, long, or extra-long sizes. Gu'aranteed to fit any body. Or anybody's budget. Queen sizes, short or tall. Reg. $2, now 1.57 Place SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were approved for: Larry Rekdahl from Gertrude Rekdahl. Linda Barnett from James Bartlett. Reg. s15. Dacrow"~ polyester doubleknit twill. Continental styling, washable and Penn-Prest. Solid colors Reg. $17. Dacron,. polyester double knit with flare leg, western pockets. Stripes, geometncs, patterns. New Cases Michael Angelo Vulcano against Robert Raines, superintendent of the Washington Corrections Center, writ of habeas corpus. Ross Rodwin and Bonnie Boelk, marriage waiver. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shelton against Mr. and Mrs. Darryl McMurry, Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmer Martinson and Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Martinson, trespass. Shop Man. thru Fri. 9:30/8:30 P.M. / -- Sat. 9:30/5:30 P.M. Low ....... 3:18 a.m. 2.9 ft. High ...... 10:42 a.m.12.2 ft. Low ....... 5:30 p.m. 5.1 ft. High ...... 10:42 p.m.7.8 ft. Friday, Dec. 10 Low ....... 4:18 a.m. 4.3 ft. High ...... 11:18 a.m.11.8 ft. Low ....... 6:30 p.m. 4.0 ft. Satprday, Dec. 11 High ...... 12:30 a.m.8.1 ft. Low ....... 5:18 a.m. 5.7 ft. High ...... 11:54 a.m.11.5 ft. Low ....... 7:12 p.m. 2.8 ft. Sunday, Dec. 12 High ....... 2:00 a.m. 8.9 ft. Low ....... 6:24 a.m. 6.8 ft. High ...... 12:24 p.m.11.2 ft. Low ....... 7:48 p.m. 1.8 ft. Monday, Dec. 13 High ....... 3:06 a.m. 9.9 ft. Low ....... 7:36 a.m. 7.6 ft. High ...... 12:54 p.m.11.0 ft. Low ....... 8:24 p.m. 0.9 ft. Tuesday, Dec. 14 High ....... 4:00 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low .......8:30 a.m. 8.2 ft. High ....... 1:24 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low .......8:54 p.m. -0.7 ft. Wednesday, Dec. 15 High ....... 4:42 a.m. 11.5 ft. Low .......9:24 a.m. 8.5 ft. High ....... 1:54 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low .......9:30 p.m. -1.3 ft. -- Sun. 12 - 5 P.M. Fun for all the family. Solid state construction. Complete with tape and mike, with purchase of one of our stainless steel aquariums at regular price. I Lovely living gift -- Red, White, Pink, Wrapped and Ribboned ! POINSETTIAS Pleasure for weeks. FROM $ 98 WE HAVE TRICYCLES for the kids BICYCLES for teenagers 10 Gallon Aquarium ......ONLY $19.95 1 S Gallon Aquarium ......ONLY $25.95 20 Gallon Aquarium ...... ONLY $33.95 Tanks come complete with heater, pump, filter, glass wool, charcoal and tubing with full hood wired for lights and back plate. Fully guaranteed. We will hold free fish up to Dec. 30, 1971. CLIP COUPON iinnilan Especially For Her I ,Sb Featuring remote control. _~ 'I" This is the dryer she'd like, Guaranteed by Oster. 95 A living gift just in by Pan Am From Holland CORNINGWARE l 0-CUP Regular $29.95 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL A Gift Appreciated For Years! FROM Rest Well DOG BED & MATTRESS Made of clean staying plastic. Fitted with Flea Resistant Mattress. 2 SIzes. COMPLETE $5.95 & $6.95 Just the right age! | For the dog or cat In your life For the Special One you want the Best AARS Winner! The Beautiful yellow rose BABY ETS Choose your color. FROM Filled with goodies! FROM By Clinton ELECTRIC SCISSORS She'll love this helper. Reg. $7.95 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $5.95 Ea. -verything But the Horse! 15" Padded Seat * 5 Year Guarantee Western Saddle Complete with cinch, bridle and bit, blanket and saddle soap. A VALUE COMPLETE ONLY A Winner For A Glftl GOURMET HERB GARDEN Everything you need to grow your own herbs, plus book of instructions and kitchen tested recipes. ONLY $2.95 Ea. ill FOR HIMI Beautiful 40-Piece Set Regularly $29.95 BLACK & DECKER 3/8" DRILL Regular $11.88. SPECIAL ,CHRISTMAS PRICE ~.88 Complete Set Norelco Shaver 2 Models. Gives him a perfect shave with 3 floating heads. CHRISTMAS PRICE FROM $14.95 -Some of our tropical fish specials - OLIGOLEPIS-BARBS 4/$1 SERPAE ............. MIX OR MATCH LJIrSeBeautiful Reg.$l.19ea 66 Sl'" Red Velvet Swords. NOW Ea. or r. Thursday, December 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3