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May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 13, 1971

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J 5 /; i DR. HARRY W. DEEGAN, seated, is presented with a Distinguished Citizen Certificate by County Commissioner John Bariekman during the county commission meeting Monday afternoon. The certificate, signed by Lt. Gov. John Cherberg, was brought to Shelton by State Rep. Paul Conner, left. Next to Conner is Commissioner Martin Auseth, and, on the right, Commissioner Bill Hunter. The certificate was inscribed to Dr. Deegan in recognition and appreciation of his friendly good humor and personality, high integrity, splendid character and remarkable contributions to the well being of the State of Washington. Mary M. Knight ear By KAREN LILLIE As the end of the year approaches, excitement stirs. There is something about that last month of school that triggers a spirit of freedom, of anticipation, and maybe a little of nostalgia• The Seniors are back from their sneak with burned noses, tall tales and fiat purses• They spent three days at Ocean Shores and the rest of the time at Swinging Bridge State Park. They would like to express their appreciation to the three chaperones who went with thenl to the Ocean and to Mrs. Vera Goldy, who stayed with them at the Park. Forest Festival activities are in Springer and Lorri Trimble spent Monday on Roy Kimbel's yacht with the other princesses. Janice then began her tour of the schools. Graduation is almost here. Baccalaureate will be May 23, with Rev. Leslie Drake in charge. Commencement will be May 29. Then, of course, there are studies to be done, term papers and reports to be completed, rings and fourth grades went to Fort Nisqually, which they had studied about before their trip. They went pretending to be pioneers. The third and fourth grades also made little books for their mothers for mothers' special day. Saturday the track and field teams won their track meet in Aberdeen by a wide margin. Next comes sub-district. May 10, the School Board met to approve a preliminary budget, at which time Marvin Schafer, Superintendent, informed the community of the precarious financial condition of the school. They also discussed whether or not to have an IV leS May 11, the Contemporary Problems class had as its guest a representative from the Washington State Employment Service, advising students about the services of the agency, and telling them something of the summer job opportunities available and how they might proceed toward getting these jobs. May 14, the Forest Festival group will be at Mary M. Knight. Smokey the Bear will entertaiu the first six grades and the princesses will be introduced to the high school• May 20, Mike Sinclair is the guest of PUD District No. 3 on a tour of Hartford, the atomic reactor plant and Batelle all-school piegic at the end of Industries. He will be there schooi, which has'bee'n overnight, arriving in Shelton traditional, and reviewed Board about lO p.m. the following policy on Senior sneaks, evening. Pioneer Trip Harstine LocaJ an les on by CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - Very early this past Sunday morning Jack Rigney suddenly became seriously ill. His wife Ethel, summoned their son Jack, who lives just next door. An ambulance was requested and Jack Sr. was taken to the Mason General Hospital. His condition brought on a coma from which he never regained consciousness. He died quietly early Monday afternoon. Friends here extend their deepest sympathy and condolences to Jack's wife, Ethel and their son, Jack and his wife Pat and to Jack's dad, Ben Rigney who has been an Islander for more than 25 years. The couple had just moved here last year from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. They purchased a mobile home which they parked just west of Ben's house. For the past few months since Ben came back home from a hospital vacation he has been staying with Jack and Ethel and Ben's gxandson and his wife have been living in his house next door. At this writing we had learned the funeral would be in Tacoma Thursday but the time of the service hadn't been set yet. We learned that Monica Pridham had been released from the hospital following her recent confinement after a very unfortunate accident a few weeks ago. However, AI and Monica received some bad news that her son was very seriously ill and were summoned to his side. And they had to leave behind Monica's sister-in-law who, also was quite ill in the hospital. Seems as though this couple had had quite a siege of misfortunes recently. This is one of those busy weeks for the members of the Island's clubs. Today the Women's Club will be holding forth with the annual Pickering Party. The afternoon's activities will start out with a luncheon followed by entertainment, bake sale, white elephant sale, plant sale etc. (Not necessarily in that order, however.) Friday evening the Community Club will have a pot luck supper this month. They will handle it just as the one held in March. Each family is to bring a main dish and a salad or a dessert, enough for each family. Also don't forget bread or rolls if you wish them. Then next week the Grange will have their regular May meeting Wednesday evening preceded by a pot luck supper. We understand the Grange's secretary Dorothy Chapman was hospitalized the middle of last week and at this writing she was hoping that she would be released very soon. Hope she gets her wish before this paper is mailed out. She went in with the flu, but the doctor discovered a light case of pneumonia which was responsible Marshall Olson took a jaunt out to Progress Grange at Kamilchie to join other Mason County Grangers to take their 5th degree together. Tuesday of last week Lila Peugh accompanied her daughter, Carmen Yates to Bremerton to attend the wedding of Lila's niece Jean Nelson, daughter of Lila's sister Elizabeth and George Nelson. Jean and Jim King were united in marriaged at the Navy Chapel. A reception followed the ceremony at the King home. The bride borrowed a beautiful white velvet gown for her wedding. Bellow has welcomed some new residents just recently. Mike and Jenny Swartsel who purchased the McGrew property opposite Frances Madges' home have been busily working on the cabin and other projects getting the place ready to move into. This property also was owned by Joe Glaser a few years back before the McGrews owned it. Also from the Ballow area is news that the Hitchcock's daughter, Pauline and her daughter, Melanie were out for Mother's day. Then on Monday John and Beulah decided it was so pretty here it just had to be a delightful day to spend at the Ocean. They dropped in to see some friends at Oyehut, and not finding them home drove on down the beach aways. They also took in a Rhodie Show recently at Tumwater and enjoyed dinner with the Roscoe Pages following the Pages visit here on the Island. We hear via the grapevine that George Howard just purchased another mobile home a short time ago. However, we were unable to reach him by phone while writing the column to find out its dimensions. But know it is lots roomier than the one he's been living in since his home burned. Down at the Simmons home Gret and Gordon enjoyed a visit from their daughter, Dixie Arata and her family over the holiday weekend. The Aratas took the Simmons out for dinner at Millo's at Hoodsport to celebrate Mother's Day. Sunday morning the Simmons had about 50 guests for cake and coffee. The Sailor-Trailer Club from Portland and Troutdale headed for a weekend outing on Harstine at Jarrell's Cove. They enjoyed a delicious oyster feed over the weekend. Saturday Mirja Bridges and yours truly joined several other members of the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club to decorate for the Club's annual birthday party. A beach and driftwood theme was used keeping with the Club's name. Ole Svenson was guest of honor and caught himself a 'mermaid' at the event. Since 1 had the honor of decorating the cake for the gala affair I kept in mind the theme of the party and made a beach scene with the ocean in the background and driftwood and trees at the top of the beach and the highlight was a square of eight octopuses 'squared' ready to 'Sashay to an Ocean Wave.' A week ago this past weekend Jim and Ella McAuliffe joined Jim's sister, Eileen Cruickshank and her husband, Jack to celebrate the latter couple's 24th wedding anniversary. They traveled north of Bremerton near the community of Silverdale to have dinner at the Hearthstone. Graduates Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice William D. Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hartman, Shelton, has graduated from recruit training at the Coast Guard Training and Supply Center, Alameda, Calif. He is a 1964 graduate of Irene S. Reed High School. Kamilche Grange Hall Every First & Third SATURDAY Music by the Tune Toppers Your Guide to Expert Services in Mason County ~,uto Glass Floor Covering --Linoleum --Carpeting Expert Installation --Tile --Formica JIM PAULEY, INC. Mr. View REX FLOOR COVERING Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 exams to be taken. By ANN WHEELER spent a happy weekend with for keeping her on the sidelines a May 5, the Sophomores and ................. Dixie's folks Mr and Mrs Gordan bit longer than expected. While Auto Repairing Gunsmith fluffier.r, - lne ~nelton " ' Dorothy is on sick leave Esther J "Major Overhauls Repairing Modern and OlympiaJuni°rs attendedvocationalan open houSeandat rllgn ..... SChOOl banu ...... traveledto Simmons on Harstine Island and Gortz has stepped in to hold down I -- Brakes & Ignition II AntiqueSPrecision Scope & Sight Frlda also visited their Aunt Emily Technical Institute. They Wenatchee • y to participate .... j --Welding & Tune-ups I Mounting ..... arade ...... Babcock and Uncle Amos the Chapman fort. J Shotgun Choke Alterations, returned home impressed by the ]n the p ~t me ,~pple ....... Other Grange activity recently j ED'S SERVICE I all gauges plant and equipment, but even Blossom Festival. Those attending UaococK on VlcKermg. " included the recent Pomona I Shooting Supplies. more by the concentrated interest from this area were Susan Doyle, Patricia and Jack Oszli from meeting held at Shelton Valley. I I WARREN A. GIRARD e Alberta, Canada, who has been [219So. lst 426.1212 Jill Brooks Ch ryl Stroud, Becky Harstine Grange's own Pat Dunlap Route 2 B, ox 795 Phone 426-2501 shown by the students in the Chapman, 'Linda Waldri-- John visiting their aunt and uncle Mr. was one of the judges for the work they were doing in their • aul Dw er and Mrs John Whltham of Agate various classes. They reported Waring, P' y , Jeff Palmer ' • . hobby and craft contest. Three of - almer left for Victoria Canada by way that they saw no "don't care" and Andy P" . After a busy day " the Island's gals Helen Olson, J Men's Hair Styli~ Insurance Tired of Shopping? retur of Port Angeles They wall visit I * Razor Styling I I Let us do it /oryou! Saturday they ned hometired " " " Esther Gortz and Edna Mitchell I * Shampooing ~1 J Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health attitudesThe firstanywhere'four grades went on but" ........ a,~,y ,,~'ar, l,y ..... s,o"",-,t,, their aunt and uncle in Victoria all won prizes in their divisions. I * Regular Hair Cuts r~J~'rJ :... D~,~,v ....... ¢ ~A. o...~ before leaving for their home I we locate the lowest cost. J * Scissor Contouring ~ I Business-Preferred Risk? a field trip Friday, May T to Point J,., . ....s s,,. ~,. 1,,,. a.u • - " Helen Olson's crotcheted I Insurance is our only business- Mrs Richard Brook While here they enjoyea many Defiance Park and the Aquarium. . " s of Spencer . - bedspread took top honors of the ] BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING ] ARNOLD & SMITH Lake left on his fif h t i trips with Mr. and Mrs. Wnetham I For Appointment Call 426-2072 J INSURANCE AGENCY The first and second grades were ' t r p to Viet Nam on board the U S S and were so amazed at all the whole affair. corn pletely delighted with " • - • " " " beautiful green trees, flowers and Last Friday evening Helen and ~ 116 N. 2rid. 426-3317 Never-Never Land while the third Ogden. His first stop will be .. ~ scenery bo much oI eastern OkinawathenontoUietnam. " • "green. ~] Beauty ~ Masonryjl-- Complete Hair Care 11 • ~ it was a busy weekend at Canada is still cold with nothing HOMEUTE'I Clays Euchsia Gardens the lath I [ -- Fireplaces house was finished' and the Richard Mariotta will be the I -- Wigs - Wiglets -Switches [ -- All Brick and I -- Merle Norman LosmetJcs Fuchsl new principal at Pioneer School in ~'~w~r~I as were hung to bloom and .... I -- Free Demonstrations I -- Block Work [~it J spread their cheer September. Mariotta is coming [~ :~ j Ik~,~ Dixie and Sil'Araba and two from the Shoreline Elementary ~ FROM J ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON [ MASON'S MASONRY children from Portland, Ore~. andSCh°°l in Seattle. His wife Sherrimembersthree of Children will become ~~'~"" i~@~li / LGth & Laurel[ [ 426-4582 ~[ff~)N@~rL.~l our community as soon as school is out in Seattle. Cable TV Rental Service ~ 1 WORTH OVER $35.00/ Edson Elected New residents on Shorecrest [ Almost Anything Anywhere / Road at Agate are Mr. and Mrs. For Service Call I Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps / JFolding Banquet Tables J Bruce N. Edson, a junior from Nathan Bolin and three children,, : .... , 426-1691 '&Chairs'H°spitalBeds'Etc" / Shelton, has been elected to the Pam, Debbie and Gary. Bolin is a _ H--..ED Honors Student Advisory Council carpenter on the Wynoochee ] LEW RENTS | at Washington State University. Dam. I°nelSomedose peoplei~ood,think:2 doses"lf l j [2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731/ The Council is the students' As these news items go to Imust be better." But taking 2 / advisory body in the WSU Honors press your reporter learned that Id°ses when you should t~ike | program. Frances Magruder of Phillips Lake I one may waste your medicine | Chain Saws -- Sign Painting Edson is the son of Mr. and was taken by ambulance to land your money, or, worse J [ New and Used-Rentals * All Types lYet'm °u UL._ ........... / I Oregon Chans & AccessoriesI * Truck Lettering Mrs. A. S. Edson, Shelton. He is a Madigan General Hospital. At the I .As. your pharmacist it's J J Small motor tune-up & repairs J * Cartoon Illustrated Signs graduate of Shelton High School moment I have no particular |part of my job to know the| j Hours:8a.m. toGpm daily I * Personalized Business Card & and is majoring in philosophy atreport on the seriol~rress of her I prop.er, dosages of medicines. / I Letterhead Designs nt St WSU. sudden illness, l and I know that many / J Mike's MCCulloch Shop [Phil Sharpe 323 S. Fro • Imdicines can help you only if |I 2215 OlymDic Hwy. N.,426.4639 ~lll~t~ ~i~) ,taken correctly. , read your| | do~structions..c.arefully | "-'- ~ Phone 426-2661 l an..d, give you a written copy | Iwith your medicine. If there I Concrete Travel TONEY'S AI ITO REPAll j~ any questions, I checkI --Ready-mixConerete J --Air-Rail-Steamship | before filling the prescription. | ~ Concrete Culverts & Blocks J -- Bus - Hotels - Tours i So think of it this way, / I --Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone Mr. View I"Two doses are better than / [ -- Fireplace Screens & Tools I No Extra Charge for Our Service • 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- lone--only if that's the way I I Angle Travel Res. Center lyour dosage instructions / I GRAYSTONE of SHELTON CHAIN SAW ,.,.. SAEGER w,, p,"om"ete Automot, ve Serv,ce" L---- 426.3344 426-8272 426-4134 Drugs ,Truck & Equip. Repair------- [ lrnla II - Re'she R bmstem Nell's P cy I --Cosmetics , Trucks*Cats I MOTOR SHOP For Appointment Call I EmergencyPh. 426.2165 / I --Prescriptions I Logging Equipment J ~ Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics I Engines -- Transmi.~sions I Differentials & Welding 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. I Fifth & Franklin St.--i2S-3527/ I NELL'S PHARMACY I SUMMIT TRUCK 426-4602 Alex Toney I Open Daily 9..30 to 7..30 / I ,EQU,PM~NT.EPA'R t~ • [ Saturdays -- 9:3O t* 6,O0 J L~.h & Franklin Ph 426 3327 1224 S. 12th 426-2512 Page 18- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday., May 13, 1971 Church 9 10 East Dearborn LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. MorningWorship .. 11:00a.m. C.Y.'s & Cadets .... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Bible Study (Wed).. 7:00 p.m. Mr. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sis. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship . . 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor FIRST May Speaker-- of 9:30 a.m.. • • 11:00 a.m.., 5:30 -- with 7:00 p.m... * The broadcast 1280 kc. • J f THE GLORY OF GOD FOR INFORMATION: Box 884, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER Connection & 1 2th Sis. Phone Priesthood Meeting ...................... Sunday School ........................... Sacrament Meeting ...................... United Methodist G and King Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Mini~ Services: 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 Church School begins at 9:30 a.r U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.r NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Bible Study Worship ......................... Christian Training ............. ....... ...'; • Tuesday - Prayer Service & Bible Study First Church of Christ, 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. --Church 11 Wednesday evening testimony meetings Reading room located in church. Reading 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Men. & FIRST CHRISTIAN CHI Arcadia and Lake Boul ED CHAMBERLAIN, Bible School .......9:45 a.m. Family Worship Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer" Child Care Service Available at MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN MISSOURI SYNOD ,~ ROLAI~V 206 E. Wyandotte SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1971 Divine Service at 10:30 Sunday School and Bible Class Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM "- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday Sunday, May 16, 1971 ' Bible Study:LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED __- Faith Lutheran C 7th and Franklin WORSHIP: 8:30 and II:0C iI~ CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.r~, Christ,an Worsh, ucati0'~ • " "p, Fellowship,Ed Kenneth Robinson, Pastor St. David s Church Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washingt0- 8:00 A.M.- Holy Communion 10:00 A.M. Family Service . _,a The Church ~s always open for meditation and I~ SHELTON CHURCHt~'e N/k~' Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Lowell Keene, Pastor Sunday School ..................... " i • Morning Worship ..................'' , Junior Fellowship ............. ~ • ".' Lvening Service ......... " .......... "'.. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ........", SHELTON ASSEMBLY of: NORTHWEST COLLEGE OF TPI Gospel Team Sunday, May 16, 11:00 a.m. and Sunday School ....................... Christ's Ambassadors ................. " Wednesday ......................... • " Family Night REVIvALTIME, SUNDAY, KGDN • •