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June 17, 1971

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16, Rt. 3, is recuperating Hospital from wound. County Sheriff's apparently in the chest a ,22 caliber was given as hospital, officers its ed cautioned by this week board boxes stacked up in g HELEN TI ISTOLA, left, and Gladys Martin, teachers at Mt. View who will not be returning next year, were honored at a dinner by their fellow teachers recently. boxes are fire COUld result in a fire got started in that fires have the latest rday evening behind the Fifty one Mt. View staff members, their wives and husbands, gatheredfor a buffet dinner June 10, atthe Timbers Restaurant. The honored guests were Mrs. Gladys Martin, School librarian who is retiring, and Miss Helen Tiistola, first grade teacher, who i,; leaving to be married and live in Florida. Mrs. Martin taught in Chehalis and Yetm before coming to a, Shelton, during go cart race in B.C. Saturday. w Westminster Mental Health for a back reported this Room 308, New Club Conclave s Topic International Key Club e held in 3e presented Club Speakers will be 'f the Pacific Key Club, Connolly ohnson and two Shelton delegates Red Cross held 1407 June 21, at Ung People Red Cross are lapter , for n and to Church is SUmmer be held Sunday Group Meets The Thurston-Mason Community Mental Health Center Board met at the home of Dr. Tore Nielsen near Olympia on June 10, for a picnic and business meeting. Officers elected for 1972 are David Ensberg, president, Jack Martin, vice-president, Dr. Karl Sears, treasurer and Nancy Reade, secretary. Nancy Harding of Shelton was elected to fill an unexpired term. Mrs. Harding also serves as secretary of the Mason Mental Health chapter. Ruth Van De Riet of Shelton described her work as Child Care Specialist at the Olympia Child Care Center. Mrs. Van De Riet is employed and supervised by the Mental Health Center. T hurston-Mason Community Mental Health Center board members from Shelton are Laurel Nelson, Torger Lee, Dr. Ronald Casebier, Dr. Karl Sears, Norma Engen and Nancy Harding.. Kidney Group Sets Meeting Pat Brown and her husband Dan have invited the Mason County Kidney Organization to hold their June meeting at their home at 214 Wyandotte St. Charles Savage, Chairman, announced that the meeting will be held June 21 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Savage said the organization voted in the last meeting to change the regular meeting time to the third Monday of each month to avoid some conflicts with the former meeting schedule. ~tarving he is the a Mark Twain Pioneer Board A special' meeting of the Pioneer School Board has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. June 28. The purpose of the meeting is to close out the building fund. HST NYLON Shelton. She left the teaching profession for several years to become co-owner of Rho-Mar Apparel Shop and to work as receptionist for Dr. George Le Compte. She returned to teaching in 1952 as a third grade teacher at Evergreen School and remained in that position until moving to Mt. View School as librarian. The close of this school year ended 19 years with the Shelton school system. Gladys plans to golf, garden, travel, and enjoy herself. Out of town guests attending the dinner were two of Mrs. Martin's former principals, Mr. Joe Borek, who now resides in Snohomish, and Mr. Don Brown, of Edmonds. Miss Tiistola has taught first graders the past two years at Mt. View School. Kiwanis Hosts Spelling Champs At the June 8 Kiwanis club meeting, three Shelton Elementary students were awarded their trophies as "spelling champs". Joel Casebier, Evergreen School, was the fourth grade winner, with Jo Ann Krogh and Teri Weaver, Bordeaux School, winning the fifth and sixth grade trophies. These students won in the final spelling bee for their grade level. Representatives from each city grade school participated. Footwork Billie D. Thurnau Dies In Hospital Mrs. Billie D. Thurnau, 1840 Summit Drive, died Sunday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 46 years. She was born March 25, 1925 in Troy, Kan. and had lived in this area for 15 years. She was a member of the VFW auxiliary. Survivors include her husband, Clarence, of the home; a son, Gary Wayne Thurnau, serving with the US Air Force in South Carolina; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dishon Sr., Shelton; three brothers, Grant Dishon and LeRoy Dishon Jr., both of Shelton, Kenneth Dishon of Troy, Kan.; a step-sister, Mrs. Janice Borseth of Allyn. The Rev. Horace Mounts officiated at a service held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Stanley H. Waylett Dies On Monday Stanley H. Waylett died Monday in his home at 408 Poplar St. He was 78 years old. Born in Victor, Mont. on March 12, 1893, he had lived in Shelton for many years, tie was retired from Simpson Timber Co. where he had worked as a logger and as an employee in the fiber board plant. He was a member of the Four Square Gospel Church. He is survived by his wife, Minerva, of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Ardella) Keith of Shelton; a son, Randall Waylett of Shelton; and six grandchildren. A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. today in Bellingham with the Rev. Rhodes Pringle officiating and burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Bellingham. School Budget Hearing Set The Preliminary Budget Committee of Intermediate School District 113 has scheduled preliminary budget hearings for school district in Mason County for June 22. John James, a member of the Intermediate District board will preside at the sessions in the Mason County Court House. The schedule includes Shelton' at 1 p.m., Southside at 1:30 p.m., Kamilche at 2 p.m., Mary M. Knight at 2:30 p.m., Pioneer at 3 p.m., Hood Canal at 3:30 p.m. and Grapeview at 4 p.m. eO0 Gallery Calf Genuine calfskin.., the hallmark of quality in fine footwear. Styled with a subtle kind of elegance and good taste. Make x;our move in Gallery (~,alf.. and show some fabulons footwork. 99 Mrs. Rosy Tibbits Dies On Tuesday Mrs. Rosy M. Tibbits, Rt. 3, Box 77, died Tuesday enroute to St. Peters Hospital in Olympia where she was pronounced dead on arrival. She was born in Oriel, Ark. on April 22, 1904 and had lived in this area since 1947. She was 67 years old. Mrs. Tibbits is survived by her husband, Erman, of the home; five sons, Ernest of Tulsa, Okla., James, Stillwell, Okla., Jack of Port Angeles, and Thomas and William, both of Shelton; five daughters, Mrs. Jessie McBride, Olympia, Mrs. Betty Coots, Shelton, Mrs. Anne Fascetti, Somerville, N.Y., Mrs. Nora Gladey, Hazelton, Pa., and Mrs. Minnie Carlson, Olympia; 28 grandchildren; and one great-grandson. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. H. A. (Slim) Bezley Dies In Oregon tl. A. (Slim) Bezley died Monday in his home in St. ttelens, Oregon at the age of 56 years. He was born August 30, 1914. He had resided in Shelton for several years prior to a move to California after which he made his home in St. Helens, where he was employed by Boise Cascade. Survivors include his wife, Clara, of the family home; three sons, Alan of Astoria, Ore., John, Portland, Ore.; and Bill of McCleary; two daughters, Mrs. Gary Matson, St. ttelens, and Jacquie Bezley of Deer Island, Ore.; three grandsons; and four sisters living in California and in Oregon. A graveside service was held in St. Helens on Wednesday. AGITATION PREVENTS rebellion, keeps the peace, and secures progress. Wendell Phillips GARRET HEYNS HIGH School faculty, their wives and friends honored retiring principal, George Hermes, recently at Lake Limerick Inn. In the above picture, Mr. and Mrs. Hermes are greeting George Fisher, a long-time friend from Cheney. Resigns, One One of two Mason County Deputy Sheriffs who were asked to resign last week after an incident in which another deputy was accidentally struck in the leg with a .22 caliber bullet has submitted his resignation, Sheriff John Robinson said this week. Fred Hadden submitted his resignation, but, John Hays has not, Robinson said. Robinson, in announcing last week the two deputies had been asked to resign, stated if they did not resign, they would be placed on suspension until a civil service hearing could be held. -i !:( ,! :/il FATHER'S DAY BREAKFAST Sunday, June 20 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hood Canal Women's Clubhouse Potlatch, Wa. So give him the greatest gifts... . RINGS * CLOCKs . BILLFOLDS * w, 7.co See them all at... * "JEWELRy f~eCUtro~ ."'o BUlova $th & this to And for good reasons! They knm gas is the fast fuel-the modern cnerg. lhal heats water faster, keeps it hol hmgcr. and restores it more quickl} as il is used. They know there's no ail- ing. When hot water is ,antc,I. it's there-if your water heater gas-fired. \\ II\ d ,t(I } ,,u j,,iu ,,ur fo ard-looking twi lllmr> in this ctmllnullil\': 'ou Ilia}' .aAIx have the same dependaide, carc- fr 'c hot atcr systems that they cnjo}. Recognize "flameless" for it is (a weak alibi) and join the growing number of people who have learned gas is best. Gas hot water will help you earn Cascade's money-saving All-Gas Rate Your appliance dealer has a liberal conversion plan for you 426-2692 AI Browning, owner 107 S. 4th Distributors of Naturalgasatisfaction Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page