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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Fund Project Group To Benefit Inn Quest .oops of or st, Sim on man ,a tu.n students from Olympic College in plants completed each days visit. IllY, Thursday, Dec. 9 tea, 1 p.m., UnitedMethodist Friday, December 10th the Bremerton visited Simpson Carlton Smith, instructor of the ~Otary Club luncheon, noon,Church. EYC youth group of St. David's Timbe.r Company's Shelton forestry classes at Olympic ~Tree Cafe. Wednesday, Dee. 15 Episcopal Church is sponsoring a Working Circle this week. TheCollege arranged the tours for the ~0astmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., spaghetti feed from 5:00 to 8:00 ~l~rsRestaurant. students observed forest visit. "Smitty" as he is known, Shelton Referral Center. p.m. in the Church's Parish Hall. management operations and was' an instructor at Sh, elton High llimette Tops, 7 p.m., court Laurel' Court No. 26 The cost is $1.50 for adults, manufacturing plants within the School in the late 1950s. e annex. ~. Edward's Woman's Club Christmas party, 6 p.m., Masonic $1.00 for kids under twelve and unit. Temple. $5.00 for a family ticket. The Cal Poe, forest operationsIT IS not from top to bottom ~_. meeting, 7:30 p.m.; regular T" rs .... proceeds will go to the Inn Quest manager and Guy Lusignan, that societies die" it is from ~g, 8 p.m., at the church, nu day, uec xo , ' Shelton s new youth center, production forester, conducted bottom to top. [ynion Ladies Civic Club, Rotary Club luncheon, noon, The idea to sponsor the feed tourS of the lowland timberlands Henry George ~,Union fire hall. MmgTree Ca!e..-. ..... for the Inn Quest came up at a and second growth thinning [~Ummage Sale 9 a.m. - 4 Loastmasters LinD, O:q3 a.m.,recent EYC meeting. The youth operations. Bill Kamin, tree farm I -- [, PUD. Twenty and Four Timbers Restaurant. were planning a ski trip for their forester, opened the tree seed I ca, us Abo, t ,--/~/Ta~.;l ~..Qrary Societyof Lady Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court own group and the matter of processing plant for the students I OAK PARK ~llrlaires. house a~nex. . .... finances came up. After they inspection and explained the need [ A planned-- ~-O~L~t ~Z'Dee" 10 fort commission meeting, ~ decided how to finance their ski for certified seed to meet planting [ Unit Development ~1~ L~amber of Commerce board p.m., court house, trip Tad Orme suggested they do requirements. I 426-2646 "*~7l [!ing, 7:30 a.m, Timbers 11:30HOOda.m.,CanalpotlatchWOman'Sclubhouse.Club' somethingfinancially to help someone else, A tour of the Sawmills andI HIMLIE REALTY, INC.----"~ -" Urant. [~by Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., Shelton Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., His idea was to help the Inn -=- ....... -=------- ..... ------------ .... --------------- ..... -- ------'-----------------------=-, P~hall. clubhouse., r Quest raise a little money toward ........... I _ Tast,, Treats From LOC'I ........ ] [~ike sale, Eagles Auxiliary, Referral Cente board their $2000 down payment for ........... ~ ,din m Vou'fl Like Our Seafood Menu ] 4 p.m., PUD, meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center, the Inn Quest building, on which _ : ......... 7 ..~ ,--,,, : ~l~l~r/~ll~k~l~ ComeOut And Try... 1 Mason County Democrat navment is due January 1 So the THIS GROUP OF forestry students trom ulympic College in Bremerton ,~t]~m-m~ oe.g....y delectable | ['f0gress Grange potluck, 6:30 itor u ~ , - . . . ~.q,,~,mmi .~v ~w ,ram hUM,an [.;.,Christmas party, 8 p.m., Club, 8 p.m., PUD dUd I m. idea for the Spaghetti Feed, toured the Simpson Twnber Co. operations here recently. '~i~ ..................................................... ".............................. PRAWNS $2.75 1 ~tehe Grange Hall. Bordeaux PTA, 7:30p.m.,at which has helped financially "-" ~ ................... ' ............. ~ .................................. "::'/~:~:: " .......... i ~(ILaY, Dec. l I the school, before at St. David's, was -, I (;olden Age Club, 6 p.m., approved. | ~ __ ~ ~ i If YOU Appreciate Choice Steaks lq ~i~rs,L!%s Daughters8p m installati;nMt.M iahf Memorial ttall. The menu for Friday night ,~ ~ I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I mini Ik " ~ I~ ~ = -- El __ Prel::)areClLove Ours...t Perfection You'll ',, Matrons Club noon sack lunch, " .... STE i< i ...... 'r . sauce (purchased at the Pike PlaceDavid DePot 27, Shelton, cost of prosecution, identification was Raymond R. ~ A ............ $3.75 , me " "' Welcome Chapter Past will include spaghetti, andltalian ~||~,~ ~tld~| ||~| |~1~ ~IIIII~|V~| | ~leaK$ 14oz RB ton Bayshore Golf Club nome o[ woJa ~err]s. Italian Market,) cole slaw, garlic was ,qven a tw~-,,ear deferred Lawrence T Richards 18 Volaric, 35. Shelton, who was ..... : I~,as party, 4 p.m. - 7 p.. Sarah Eckert G mld Christmas french bread, and coffee or milk. sentence on a charge of grandTimberlakes 37 appeared in court charged with second de~ree New Luncneon Specials Daily i party, I I a.m., brapevlew nre .... ' " ~ A M , Iubhuse" hall larceny when he appeared in tor ]dentfflcatmn on a charge of assault after an incident m which OPEN 11 . . to 9 P.M. Except Monday , I, Dec. 12 ~'r,.;o,.~o ^.,o ~. r'r~~ ~J, " Mason County Superior Court grand larceny in connection with he is accused of firing several : _ ', Ilton churches invite you 10 a'-m"~"5"~ ~l~L~p~i~;y'~lason IP .... B..|A. Friday. He pleaded guilty to the the use ofacredit card which wasshots in his home on Rt. 3. I ~1 " ~ -- I! ~ i In ~. .- P- -, . .... ~UUIFI IIUIl~l charge eitherlost or stolen. Buzzard was named to : ~KIlr~lr~_lrID ..i~rll, l'_tl : d the church of your Lounty uemocraHc Lentral ....... , ~ '~,~,m, v.v-,,.abaLm, ~,l r,~,-~mitte~ ~I~e6 WAmellll Prosecuting Attorney Byron Clfftord Stilz Jr., Olympia represent Volant. Bad was set at ~ ,~,~P' I:Dee. 13 -~ ........ I'l~lllllldlI IIVIII~B== McClanahan told the court De attorney was appointed by the$5,000, but was later reduced to ', ~ .... I ' Phone K 1 Mile S of i A om convictedof Poe had taken a load ot lumber court to represent Rachards $3 000 Bad was postedand esmuron oo~ .. , w an " ' " l 877-9733 H__aspor No. 3 commission murder in Mason County in 1959 which had been delivered to a Also appearing for Volaric was released from jail. ~_~_.----- .... -----_._.~__ .... ____ ..... _ _____=-~-_ .... ----- ..... -! I " I lost a bid to become eligible for building site in the Oak Park ......... " .......... lllRill~llRt .................... ll~llt~"-" I,l p.m., PUD conference Juvenile parole now instead of in development and hauled it tom~lt,.IK~il~ill~llllilll~l~All~i~i~]ll~lllSll~J~lltlll~llflilll~lll~~l :]11~1~ ~l~il~t~lt]l~i]~i]~t~m~l~ m~l~ -- S ,',tember 1972 some property he had nearby on ~ ~ I I I I__ I ---_ pnty commission meeting, %. ' " I " " ~ I~t"curthuse" ("~1~'= Judge Hewitt Henry deniedawhlchhewasbmldmg ~ ~l~II~l~l~ LI~IlIII I laBInl l'r [~lton Bridge Club, 7:15 "~'''~'~" "'"~r"w'~" - motion brought on behalf of Mrs. McClanahan said DePoe ~ ~/I II/ 111'~'~ , 1-,~,. rl_I . ---~w .. i IPUI) auditorium. The Mason County Juvenile lrene Sheldon Creech to force the admitted he was drinking at the ]~ [30dwill truck in town. Probation Office handled 52cases State Parole Board to give her time. The prosecutor stated he ]~ ,~ [ I I I II I I ~mI ,~,1/ | ~426-4847 for pickups, in October, Probation Officercredit for time she was in jail had no objection to a deferred i umr~ gIIlV ~I M ~II ILIItI~_V-UII~ I ~SAbout TimeTops, 7 p.m., GaryWood reported this week. before her conviction in figuring sentence. ~ lI lVIH I II Ill lII II Ill lIll ~..~.ttealth Office. They included 37 delinquency when she would become eligible Jerome Buzzard, Olympia ~ ~ ~ ~ _~ ~ek_i Lee Auxiliary, 8 p.m., cases 13 dependency cases andto apply for parole, attorney who represented DePoe i1~ t I ~)7~ ~ ~ ' ~ [ of Mrs. Herbert Maschner. two traffic cases Her attorney told the court told the court h~s chent had no _1~ ,f ~~ ~ ] [ ~ 'I ~~ I iatSon County Salon No. 508 The delin ue cv -ases she was arrested in May 1958 on previous criminal record and was 1~ /~~ [~ "~ ) ~" '~--I " :~;~ : ~l I't and Forty, 7 p.m., included threeq f;nr "ha;itual a charge of killing her sister. She presently employed as a ~ /~,~.~,l~~~m~i' ..... ~l/~';]... x'K2~ ; l~fial Hall. tm truancy one on a charoe involvin,, was subsequently tried and found carpenter. $ ~,:~ '-~2~ .,,,,"d;m~ ,,,.-~.2~ ",. ~: 7 '\~ : ..... ~t laY-i Mothers Chris as ..... J " " ) ~ ' ; ~ "1 ~I 1J~ [ " '' J~ " / a controlled substance~ seven forguilty and was sentenced to life In addition to the deferred ~ ~~'~'~ll~k,," ;7~ 1~: , ~/~'I,I ~__ ~ ~ I |[' 10 a.m., home of Mrs. bur~,larv seven for other thefts ,mprtsonment The judgement sentence Judge Hewstt Henry 11 ~'' ... ~-._L~.~,,X~i.,.,~~ ~.~lk ~....~~1~ '~~,, ~ I I~,rFranklin. ~, .', " ' gl ...... " ~:~ - ~ ~:4~ " m ~ght for liq tions one for g Y, I1 ~ ~ "'~~ i P ~ ~ .... ~ r~c~,::,.. - ,'re ::: !~ j~ ~11 e uor vxola and sentence was s~ ned in Ma ordered DePoe to pay $100 into ~- ,If ~ ~ , assault four forvandali~m ,h~,o 1959 the attorney told the court,the current expense fund of ~ 't , I~~ ~~ J " ~ ~ / II" ' :~:: ~ (~ " ~" ~ "~ ~ ~l~i |2~as party noon home of ........ ...... .... " " ] ............ ' ........... ..... I ....... for vacation of orders two for and it was from this date the Mason County and to pay the I ~ .~ ~K.~.~i~ /~ ~/~..~,X ~ ~~'. lit:S,: traffic and two for other reasons Parole Board was establishing the ~ .~ i[ ~ ~i~ ~ ~ ! ~hstian Women's Club ' ~, .......... ~ .... ~ ~ I __ '1 O~ " I """ " " " ~ " " The deoendencv cases hme when Mrs. Creech would be 1t ~ "[I ~ .... % ~ ~ ~ ~e -- j .... " .'1 ' " ' ' ~ ~~]~ ] ,ncluded one for abuse two as ehgible for parole, n /:I~ :," ( ~;, ~k C~ ~ C~ ~ / ~ [--~;~ i ~ ~O//-- ~~~ (~ " incorrigible eight as runaways She will now be eligible in ~ ~ ll.l~. ~ I~Z..... ~ ~ ' ] r~ ~~ ~ ~ ":~ ~O~ ~ ~.Y, Dec. 14 ' one for relinquishment and one September, 1972, the attorney =we ~le IIlI~l ] '~'.. ..... ~'~',..~~~ ~lj _,'q~t~7 ,."~-'~ '/GOS ~ L~ t~Vanis Club luncheon, noon, for a marriage waiver, said, but, if she was given credit lllm~ O1,~,~--~ .... - ~I I ~ ~ II~I E ~ Rest au ra n tI D i S p O S i t i O l~ of the cases f(r the time she was in the Masor~ ;. : .... ] ........ ~ ~ I ~I ' ~ L' ~ "~ i .[ty Commission meeting, 2 included informal adjustment in County .... jml and In Western State sThe" man .wh hates kxds and !~ ~3.~"~i:::~ ,~)~I' ......... , ~ ~~, }[ / ~ ~ I ~ |~tty hall. 27 cases remand to the county of ttospztal before her convlctzon, dog ~s coming to town for a ~ ~ !~ ~'~ I ~~ . ~h ~ 0 I board meeting~ 8 p . m I ~ residence in I I cases ~ remand t o ~h ~ would be eligibl ~ for parole s pecial t woInigh t film festival I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~n~ n ~ I ~ ~ I~~ a d u I t c our t in o ~ ~ case~ official n o w I She I t o ~I ~li gh School ~s junior ~ ~ ~ I~ ~I ~ ~ ' ~~ ~~ itl[~enleadersschl'council meeting, probation in two cases, vacation The motion was opposed by class is sponsoring Shelton's first ~ i ~r < : :~ ; ~'"--~" ""t"t~ I ~.lll., extension office" of an order in one case,an attorney for the State Board of film festival, featuring W. C. ~ ,~: ~ A ,~:~." - "~-, marriage wawer signed in one stated the board ,n sett,ng The event to be held in the ~ ,~, ~.~ .... *'/.,t ~ ~" ["'*". ~-;'' " t~ 1[%e Lodge, 8 p.m.,airport relinquishment in two cases, Prison Terms and Paroles. He Fields. ill ~ ~'.~2 /]- ~~' .i ~;/ .... \ ~/ ~ee of Honor 8 pm case a change of order in one minimum sentences takes into Jr High Auditorium December] 10 m~ 4, / .-~=" ' ~ ~~I ~ ' ~~ ~: , ~ .] ~ , I} i case one commated to the cons~deratmn the amount of time and 11, wall have an admission ~ ~ ~ I ~ .~~~-- ..... "~"*~i,i~ 11 ~[ial Hall. . f 1 . [ m': " '..... "~ " " m Department of Institutions one a person has been in jail before price o $ 00 Six shorts and two 1~ Jack Ni kl-' /'m," f~r Chapter OES, 8 p.m., ' , L a U ~ r~ I '' " "' I remanded to a mental hea|th formal conviction and transfer to feature length Fields movies will ~fl "~,o~ i ,~ ~" Ik"~asonie hall '~l~n County Credit Women,~nstztution,one d]smtssed, a state institution. The convicted be shown. I ~ :"~.~-7 i-: " .__,.__ '"~~~ I t'~e;s[[~', Timbers Restaurant.ii~.,[~['~allbobbers home at AuxiliarY,airport.of Christmas Mrs.7:30Warren party,p'm" ii!]~V::lt;pC ~tdn:;ds~tnTi~ ;~de" ' ~ ~ ~m~ili~i i!ltrd" ' it te ~ei~d~tt" I I~ Bh;:~ha~Dilw!t '" a" :]i~n!:ieM~Zst.LTh~" " ~ F R E E ....... ;' .... It |It 1~13 Madison. . " I ~ ~,=~7~"~::.~ ::~..~ ! ~ i J~8 Christmas program and ~'~~ ~ AelI i Art Mell I ~ i 6i1 io.. tVISIONTOP , , ;;;;t o WITH PURCHASE DURING DECEMBER ON , ~.; I ~ for the entire family 1972 CHEV. FLEETSIDE PICKUPS! :::;i, [-;i ! - . - . I Exose Tax Refund D rect From Manufotturerl ] I can be purchasec | L:-_- ........... -:::-__ ..... -:- .......... - ............ ..... - ...... - ........ | easily and quickly 1 5-YEAR, 50,000 MILE WARRANTY AVAILABLE : = .... ' I i w th It ON ALL NEW 71-72 CHEVS. & OLDS. CARS , ~ (No Charge -- No Deduct b e) "i ~ . ~ ............................................................................ ~ ~.. :.~t~ ~ I .......................................................................... ~!: ~'~ II , DECEMBER 1 .... tlIA ]~ 14 PICKUPS AND CAR PRICES | ~ II ] REDUCED $10 A DAY UNTIl. SOLDI / | (We Try Hardern) Just pick up the phone and dial IITI CHAIN $1W. EnII. ,~ reliability Ind per. tl~Hl~oially custom molded I 0mille Chain $~.. , r liltenlal0nebl ond place your order. nd eMin d0es ~t eat. 150klt0matil Sears has a credit plan to suit your needs Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back "Since ]927" Evergreen Square Shelton Parts & Service Monday thru Saturday MIC Insurance Daily Rental Service .w, | ............................ 4; 6.4602 s ........ ::::::::::::::.-. !i!ii !iiiiiii: 1st. & Grove Thursday, December 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9 I!