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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Sunday 1M. (Bina) st, was dead General She was 72 born Feb. 16, in this area for Was a member of Club. an is survived by )Yd of the home; Bina and Donald ; three daughters, Miller and Mrs. of Shelton and i of Tacoma; four rn McCowan of ~ e..,. Donald Ctlcut; Marvie Mtntesano, and in Shelton; 12 n; and nine ld in Batstone p.m. Tuesday Wysong Shelton F. Cuzick At 58 317 West General 16, 1912 in in Shelton ;7 when he and on June to make his Dale, of Bill, two of at 10 a.m. le Funeral Mason , and burial ark. field June 23 tchfield, Rt. arrival at on June in. 27, 1903 in led in this Was a Christian a brother, and service in at 1 p.m. made to m lieu of each air, 2 May noon tary Sell. or trade, 3 fl~ acre. ' ~ox 70 Betty V. Godwin Taken By Death Former Resident Dies In Virginia alns il Mrs. Betty V. Godwin, Rt. l, Elmer J. Olli, 44, died .... By JAN DANFORD Box 642, died June 23 in Mason Wednesday in his home in If you should see a carefree General Hospital. Alexander, Va. crowd of kids, faces aglow with Born Sept. 25, 1923 in He was born Oct. 22, 1926 in ' amazement and happiness, edge Tacoma, she was 47 years old and Toledo, Ohio and came to your way through to the center had lived in this area mo~t of her Shelton in 1941. He attended and there, quite possibly, you will life. She was a member of the Shelton Schools and was find Garth Getty, Shelton's VFW auxiliary and of the employed by Simpson Timber Co. amateur magician. American Field Service. Mr. Olli served with the U. S. Air Fifteen years ago he began to She is survived by her Force. build the repertoire of card and husband Larry of the home; two For the past 13 years he had coin tricks and sleight-of-hand sons, Ronnie and Ross; a resided in Alexander where he manipulations that may now daughter, Mrs. Lawrie Allen of was employed by Doctor's extend to a two-hour show Morton; one grandson; three Hospital. ; ~ complete with"patter". sisters, Mrs Faye Robinson of Survivors include his wife, / ~ "I inherited from my father," Shelton, Mrs Carol Evans ofVirginia, of the home; two declares Garth, "his love for CHARLOTTE SHARPES, left, the newpresidentoftheTiny Quincy, Wa.;'and Mrs. Doloresbrothers, Don Olli of Shelton, and children and his ability to get Tim Orthopedic Guild of Hoodsport, accepts the gavel from Crosson of North Bend. Larry Olli of Tacoma; two sisters, ~ .~ L--~-''~j along with them, ' retiring president Diane Laney. Pastor Ken Robinson Mrs. Kathleen Hayward and Mrs. ~ His grandfather came to officiated at a service held at 1 t Jane Bierd, both of Michigan; Mason County in 1887, and a.m. Monday in Batstone Funeral many nieces and nephews; and his " Garth s father, who was born in a ildN Nre, wOffi Home. Burial was in Shelton mother, Mrs. Edna Emmons of home on Sheltons Railroad GU ames cers MemorialPark. Shelton, who traveled to ~ Avenue in 1899, has lived here werIn lieu of flowers, donations Alexander to attend services, the ~-~, always. He has long been idolized On May 26 the Tiny Tim g p " t Diane Laney. e made to the cancer fund. arrangements for which are by the neighborhood children, Orthopedic Guild of Hoodsport New members attending were incomplete, who are invited en masse to his held their annual dinner at Lake Lorna Pile, Rae Gene Churchill, William H. Gilbert Dies On Monday William H. Gilbert of HoodSport, 82, died Monday in Mason General Hospital. He was and of the original founders of the Hoodsport Community Church and the Hoodsport Fire Department. He was a retired bus driver. Mr. Gilbert was born on March 27, 1889 in Ashford, Ore. and had lived in Hoodsport for 31 years. He is survived by a son, Dean, of Spokane; a daughter, Mrs. Sam (Shirley) Hansen, Shelton; five grandchildren; two brothers, Lewis of Seattle and Earl of Stanwood. A service was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. Wesley Gain officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Donations may be made to the Hoodsport Community Church or a favorite charity. Pauline L. Winne Dies At 65 Year's Mrs. Pauline L. Winne, 65, of 827 Cota St. died Monday in Mason General Hospital. She was born in Lancaster, Mo. on Jan. 28, 1906 and had lived in this area for 29 years. One of the founders of the Union Women's Club and the Union PTA, during World War II she was an Army-Air Force Chief Observer in the Canal area. She and her husband observed their 45th wedding anniversary in May. In addition to her husband, Leroy, of the home, Mrs. Winne is survived by four sons, William of Shelton, Charles of Hoodsport, and Byron and Richard of Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Verla Beeler of Renton and Mrs. Patricia Orr, Everett; 16 grandchildren; her father, John H. Beeler, Denver; two brothers, Woodrow Beeler of Denver and Price Beeler of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Doreing and Mrs. Grace Wentzell, both of Denver. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 'S p m. today in St. Edward Catholic Church, where Father Gabriel will officiate at a 10 a.m. funeral Mass on Friday. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. MARRIAGE IS popular because it combines the maximum of temptation with the maximum of opportunity. George Bernard Shaw Archie F. Binns Succumbs Monday Archie F. Binns of Sequim died Monday in Port Angeles at the age of 71 years. He was the author of many books on the Pacific Northwest and his parents were early-day residents of this area. His father, Frank Binns, came to the vicinity in the 1880's, cleared land and built a cabin. He worked in saw mills throughout the state before moving to a farm on what is now known as Binns Road. Archie Binns was born on July 30, 1899. The first school of the area now known as Southside was founded by his father, and this school he attended through the eighth grade. After completing high school in 1917, he went to sea. Mr. Binns is survived by his wife, Ellen, of Sequim; two sons, Richard and Thomas of Sequim; four daughters, Mrs. Eliot Farnsworth, Round Lake, IlL, Mrs. Paul Bassen of Oakland, and Ellen and Margaret Binns of Sequim; two brothers, John of Tacoma and Robert of Crescent City, Cal.; and six grandchildren. The Sequim Valley Chapel is in charge of arrangements for cremation, and a memorial service will be held. Rayonier Names The appointment ofJohn F.~ Hooper as Manager of the Fernadina Division of ITT Rayonier Incorporated effective July 1, was announced this week by George E. Scofield, Vice President of Manufacturing. Hooper is currently assistant mill manager and he will succeed Bryan L. Rauschert, Manager of the Fernandina Beach chemical cellulose mill since 1959. Rauschert will remain at Fernandina in a consultant capacity until November 1, when he will retire after a 26 year career with the company. Hooper joined ITT Rayonier in 1941 as a research chemist at the company's Olympic Research Division in Shelton. He held a number of management positions at Rayonier mills in Jesup, Georgia and Port Angeles before becoming Assistant Manager at Fernandina in 1963. THE FATAL futility of Fact. Henry James birthday parties. "At Christmas time," Garth Getty states, "my dad makes phone calls for Santa Claus to his young friends." Garth has an older brother and a younger sister, and his Cushman. Taking office for the coming year were Candy Johnston, vice-president; Sue Goos, secretary; Evie Allen, treasurer; and Charlotte Sharpes, president, who received the gavel from Alice Laney and Maxine Johnston. An award for ten years of service was presented to Donna Simmons, and goodlSyes were expressed to llona Connolly who has moved to Shelton. AMATEUR MAGICIAN Garth Getty entertains children and adults alike with his extensive sleight of hand repertoire. parents also cared for other children in their home. He r~u~l~u~n~u~l~u~u~~u~ll~u~u~l~ became accustomed to E "_ -_ entertaining them, and from this --_-- ! ! ~ I i I beginning grew his interest in the ~. field of magic. "I learned from books," Garth explains, "and I learned a r. lot from other people who were willing to teach me, and now I, in turn, always explain my tricks to those who are interested." Although children comprise = = his favorite audiences, Garth F. Getty also performs for adults, r, Employed by Smith's Tavern, he ----- there tends bar and presents ---- nightly entertainment. --= A 1959 graduate of Shelton High School and an Army veteran, Getty continues his _- schooling "off-and-on". He plans to return to college in the fall to -- major in business administration. -" in Shelton regularly every month, on the first Friday of the month at HALLMARK INN HEARING TESTS and demonstration of what Beltone may do to help you Hear Better- Enjoy Life More GUARANTEED FRESH Batteries, and accessories for all makes of hearing aids. Repairs and Service On All Makes Come to see our representac,vu Mr. Roy Pearson, at Hallmark Inn Friday, Ju,y 2nd, between 10 a.rn. and 12 noon t _= ! | | ::B w. == By DEE WILLIAMSON KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN GIRL Summer is here once again. We all know that summer means swimming, water skiing, and camping, but we also know that summer means fire danger. Smokey and I want you to be especially careful this summer, the dampness could cause carelessness. The 4th of July is coming up soon, so many of us will be camping. Smokey has six tips of safety for building a campfire, maybe they will help you. 1. If local laws permit campfires, pick a spot away from trees, logs, and bushes. 2. Make sure there are no low, overhanging branches. 3. Clean away all leaves, needles and other litter for a distance of ten feet around the fire spot. Use rocks, if handy, to make a fireplace. 4. Build a small fire! It's best for cooking and warming. (As a wise old Indian said many years ago, "Smart man build small fire, cook meat; not-so-smart man build big fire, cook self!") 5. Keep a shovel or bucket of water handy; both, if possible. 6. Never leave your campfire or any outdoor fire alone, not even for a few minutes. Remember when you are ready to leave your camp and return home, put your campfire dead out. Drown it with water. Stir the ashes and feel them with ngton Green your hands to make sure not a single spark remains. Have fun on your vacations, Smokey and I may visit you. "Making like a magician is strictly a hobby with me," Garth -= m, insists, as he twists his thumbs around backwards and causes a ~" = = quarter to disappear in mid-air. __- HISTORIES ARE a kind of -- distilled newspapers. Thomas Carlyle Come in, or Dial 426-8277 IF HEARING I$ YOUR PROBLEM I$ YOUR ANSWER L 418 S. Washington, Olympia 943-9650 i ~u~~u~u~u~u~~u~~u~ AA BATTERIES.egular,y ,,c ............. .ow 4 ASSORTED SAFETY PINSRegui.riy,,c ..ow 4 POCKET COMBS, .eg.,a.,y ''o ........... .ow PURSE MIRRORS,..u,ar,y .......... .ow 4 KIDDIES RINGS ..u,ar,y ............. NOW VINYL PLAY BALI., ...,.r,y..c ...... .OW 44 OVEN MITT, Regularly49ceacb ....... NOW 2/44 LADIES STRAW HATS, NOW 44 LADIES SANDALS,..u,a.,y ........ 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NOW 44 BOBBLE PINS, =, .ow 44 MAGNETIC HAIR =~m'ammL~Regularly $1 NYLON HAIR BANDS," 44 Regularly $1 ... NOW EVERGREEN SQUARE SHELTON 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES :l:hursday, July 1, 1971- Shelton-Mason County Journal'--Page 9