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R, 1064 gtIELTON--MA, 0N C01 NTS JOURNAL T'uNi, hed in 'eghrL t mm ?nwn, U.KA.", ghelton, Wa, hin on PA E i Pioneer Woman THEATRE taken By Death ' Margaret Elizabeth Shulz, Rouie 426-4707 Two, died last Friday aL C':tsleel's of Shelt, on Nm'sing Home She was l)orn in 7:00 P.M. Mason"Counl.y on the ohl "~Vel)b ranch June 9, 1877 and lived here Sunday until she was 1S ye'u's old. She ,.A DEUCE Pellll'ned follr years ago to live witil a niece, M,s. Royal Getty. Lemmon, MacLaine Tile fllneral was held at 9 a.m. Wednesday ill St. Edward's Caih- ltX LOVES olic chureil with F'ather Maj'k e Raynolds \Veichnmnn official ino. Rosary was said at 7 p.m. Tuesday in tim 0MING Bat:~tone Funeral Home, Burial i SPookarama was hi lfoly Cross cemetery. ~r~ .... Besides Mrs. Getty, Mrs. Shulz rltEATRE is survived hy five othcr nicccs and nephews. " erl 6:45 p.m. atUrday Only I)EATII TAKES I~F~SII)ENT PRIZE OF MANY YEARS AGO Newman, , Hihta Gtlnlerson, a Mason Coon- ~' Robinson ty resident just before the turn !" Co-hit of the century, died in Dundee, Ill. Sept. 26 at 9:3. Mrs. Gmnerson was born in Sweden. She lived in Shel- ton from 15-20 years, leaving here in the early 1900s. --O.B TUA -- FormerSheltonian LETTrRS,ro Harold Nichols Grace Patterson Diesln Seatt!e ',.X, AYE,. Jack I avid DI|. tin, 37 7 South- I,:XI)I~i,;NNES OPINION !west Ra~,mond St., Seattle, (lied I think il i~ very g'o~d that Mr. uneral Held Succumbs A} 85 last Frid~ty ilia Seattle hospital at HalTy Yl. Bay (.j,~st a taxpayer) Harold E. Nichol., formerly 25. He had been a resident of thai is concerned iiml our Harstine R,)ute Two, died hast 'l'lmrsda'y (i'lfl O,'ace Patterson, 8.), (lied last Dustin was born Dec. 13, 1938 in Bridge Issue was (tefeated. lie pre- . Friday at i~cr llome, 2001 Patter- Nhelton. He worked for Pacific In- sented a very novel solniion in Walla Walla. Ile was born .hm. 28, son Street. Slle had made her ler-Mountain Auto Express Co. of his letter Join'roll Sept. 24th. 1910 in Kinsley, t(ans, home in Shelton the past 40 years. Seattle. Alas, il would not work for the The funer'd service was held at Mrs. Patterson was born Sept. 28, A graveside service was held at U. S. Coast Guard anti Enginecrs 2 p.m Tuesday i I tim Batstone 1879 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can- 11 ,a.nl. Monday in the Sheiton tell us where we eau put "t bridge, I~'uneral Home.'Burial was in Shel- ada. Prior to moviug to Shelton Memorial Park 'with Rev. Hm'ace and sanw must he constructed so i ton Memolial l'ark, she lived in Auburn, then known as Mounts officiating, ill.at l)oals may pass ml(ter it. and i Survivors include his widow, Do- Slaughter. He is survived by his widow, in :l h)cali(m x(,hel'e marine t,:affic :lores Nichols, Shelton; three sons, The funeral service was held at Sharon Dustin, Seattle; one son, is not active. [Everett James an,t Sanluel, all of 11 a.m. Tuesday in the St. David Donald, and two da.ughiers, Shah Sen. Jackson or any other politi- Shclton; one daughter, Mrs. Eve- Episcopal church with Rev. Clar- and Penny, at the (amily home; clan can do nothing about it. This lyu Shira, Shelton; nine grandchil- his father, Jack Dustin, Port in nol a depressed area, therefore in Shelton Memorial Park. Townsend; his mother, Mrs. Kath- I dren; and two) hrothers and three ence Lody officiating. ~ul'ial Was sisters, we cannot get any of O, IF taxes Surviw)rs inchlde four daught- ryn Boyce, Arcata, Calif.; three " ers, Mrs. Chloe McBride, Auburn, b'rothers. Denny, Los Vegas, Nev., hacl~ as federal ~'~i(t to lnlild a __ ...F(}r~ ~ft~vl3~.l~_...-.-~ Ml's. La,,ra E. Blackett, Seattle,Gary, Grangev{lle, Idaho, and No,'-;b,idge. Mrs. G,at'.e Pomranky, Midland, man of Alcata, Calif.; three sis- Mr. Bay should vote I{EPI3BLI- ' attl and Mrs. Ma,'jo,'ie Wells. Shelton~ters, Miss Debbie l)ustin, Po,'t CAN, wllich is fo,' States ,'ights. Passes In Se e (,tie s,,n, Milton Patterson, Shelton; Townsend, Miss Sherry Boyce and Then his tax dollar would not go Death look Fern H. Stevens, 68, 17 grandchildren, 24 great-grand- Miss Carol Boyse, botia of Arcata, for schools, etc. in other st'ttes. Tiffs is pa.rt of the philosophy of where she had been coufined the children. Cl appe. infant Certainly, Harstine island tax- past 77 days. Mrs. Stevens resided .............................. payers are entitled to a hridge at in the Holly Hill apa,'tments in ' S Dles In 01ympla $780,000manyWe pay taxeShigheraS high :Shelton. She was born in Millers- u saeor"e Walter and ,n e ses than !burg, Mich. Sept. 25, 1896, and Caroline Louise Chappell, 1003 many with (iomparable properties i R' i had been a re, Ment of Mason e eo County the past 15 years Dies In Seattl ~:ast Union Arc., Olympia, died in on t'he nminland. Our one main an O%,mpia hospital Sunday. Theroad is good but tile rest are not, I She wls a charter member of !the Legion Auxiliary in Edmonds Former Shelion resident, G. rge daugh'[er of Mrs. Mary Chappell, yet, we are part of the county Waiters, 88, passed away in a So- site was t)orn March 1, 1964 in road system and maybe state high- lind treasurer for the Order of stile hospital Tuesday. Mr. Walt- Shelton. way system. i Eastern Star tit Richmol~d liigh- ers had made his l~ome at 414 The funeral scrvice was held The County builds roads to prac- i lands. ! The funeral service was bekt at 10th avenue in Seattle the pastWednesday at 2 p.m. from the tically nowhere near Belfair and 2 p.m. Monday in the Batstone five years. Prior to that time he Batstone Funeral Honle with Rev. the district voted against our was a Shelton resident, He was Horace Momlts officiating. Burial Bridge. Now we are asked to vote Funeral Home with Rcv. Horace born Jan. 1, 1876 in Pittsbm'gh, was in Shelton Memorial Fark. on Nov. 3rd on Bonds for Public Mounts officiating. Burial was ill I'enns. and was a logger duringBesides her mother she is sur- School Facilities, Outdoor Recrea- Shelton Memorial Park. his workifig years. He was a vived by three brothers, James,lion Bond Issue. How do the voters She in survived by her husband, Ralph E. Stevens, "prominent re- member of the Shelton IOOF Daniel and Mark, all at tlle home; think a resident of Harstine is tired Mason County logging oper- Lodge. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- going to react to such? A Hat'- The funeral service will be held thur Wingert, Harstine Island, and stine Island property owner gets ator and construction contractor;at 11 a.m. Friday in the Batstonc Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Clmppell,practically nothing for his tax two .daughters' Mrs. Wm. (June). Funeral Home. Burtal will be inShelton. dollar. We have no fire protection :Dlckm and Mrs. Royal (Shu'ley)the IOOF cemetery in Shelton --- and the roads are only fair. The: :Clinton, both of Shefton; and five lffemorial Park. l!tev. Eugene _ ...__Former________ _Moii~-,~ist Fo,. dependable. grandchildren. Knautz will officiate. On Sept. 21 we were given notice Survivors include a son. Hai'ry by a sign, on Ferry that same ? ? Brochure? ? LF..AI=LET ? %, i Inviting, informative IIterattlrl can get attention and results. Good business starts with well designed, nicely printed literature 'll:ltlg is nut apparent. What may appear to them to be a, simple tim galne can (!aliNe ineonvenitmee and ]h'lrd- ship to hundreds of custonlers eith- er dm'ing an outage scheduled for repails or hy failure in service of a damaged i'nmllator. A bullet rid- died insulator could severely buru or electrocute the person involved in the shooting should the insula- tor completely fail and drop the energized conductor. In the same manner, the life of unsuspecting passersby conld be endangered shouhl ttie insulator fail before de- tection by regular patrols. Not the least of the effects of the senseless act is tim cost to the conmlmer owners of the District. Where transmission line insulators are involved and where the dam- age is detected in time, repairs are usually made in the early mor- ning hours to minimize customer incouvenience. The result is a cost of large proportions. For the case in point, the needless cost totaled $290.00---$225.00 for overtime la- bor and planning and $65 for in- sulators destroyed by gunfire. In effect these funds are wasted, nev- er again to be available for bet- terment of the system. It is hoped that the individuals involved in the incident were not aware of the consequences of their actions. It is hoped that the next time they are out with their rifles they will i-ealtze the cost, incon- venience and hazard to the .public that Will result from the destruc- tion of instflators which are a vital part of an electrical system, Tiffs is especially timely now that the hunting season is just around the corner. THINK, then repress that urge to take a "pot shot" a,t an inmflator~ for an in- sulator is too indespensable an item to pick on for target practice. Lester W. Hein, Manager Mason County PUD No. 1 High School To Pre u 7t "Diary Of Anne Frank" The Shelton High School Dra- matics department has announced the begiurling of rehearsals for the fall play, "The Diary of Anne Frank", by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. With this production commenc- es a new concept in dramatics for the Shelton School. The play will have two faculty directors, Dean Tarrach and Larry Nelson. Tar- raeh will act primarily as Staff t~usiness and Technical Director, while Nelson will be responsible for interpretation and characteri- zation. Jim Sells, senior student direc- tor, and Glen Van Blaricom, Soph- omore Stadent director, will coord- inate various committee activities and be responsible for some acting areas. Molly Taylor will be dia- logue coach. Also, with the production of thi~ play, Shelton High School will of- fer two all-school plays a year, thus permitting the best talent in the student body the opportunity of workinff in two productions ra- ther than one class play as in the past. Followers of High School Dra- matics will have the opportunity in the play, now in production, to work with a stage divided into acting, special effects attd a sound track. Must of the parts are double cast, and members will compete for the "First Team" spots. It is tltis group who will perform at 8 p.m., Nov. 12 and 13, in the Shel- ton High School Auditorium. Cast lnenlbers are: Anne Frank, Lisa Goldscbmidt, Senior, and Lois Magelssen, Junior. , ....'- --.whether it be a simple folder ,. :...-. or a more complete catalog. Every time your printed literature is read and viewed you are making an impression --good, bad or indifferent. It is o.r business to help you produce good quality printed material tlmt will help bring hi erda;:: 7,,, . ~.~, S~c us SOOZ~ 116 H STREET GRAPEVIEW MAN CALI.ED BY I)EATII Henry L. Baxter, Grapeview res- ident for the past year, died in a local hospital Sunday. He was born Nov. 30, 1913 in Tarkio, Me. The funeral was held from the Price Funeral Home in Auburn. H. Waiters, U. S. Merchant Ma- rine; two daughters, Mrs. Nadine Connell, Morro Bay, Calif. and Mrs. Josine Laabs, Seattle; three grandchildren and three great- gnmdchildren. Edna Stackhouse Succumbs Here Edna Stackhouse, 325 "H" street, die4 Tuesday in a local hospital at the age of 50 years. Miss Stackhouse, a resident of Mason county the past 35 years, was born July 14, 1914 in Tacoma. The funeral service .will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in thc~ Batstone Fup.eral Itome with Rev. Eugene Knautz officiating. Burial will bc in Shell:on Memorial Park. Survivors inchlde her moLher Mrs. Frances Staekhouse, one sis- ter, Mrs. Winifred Kimball; and a brother, Maurice Stackbouse. Pastor Here Dies Rev. Wayne T. Wright, 65, Conpeville, a former pastor of the Methodist Chnrch here, died Oct. 1 in a lVIount Vernon hos- pital. Memorial services will be held in the Coupeville Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Oct. 10. A pri- vate funeral service was held Oct. 3 directed by Hedgcock Funeral Home, Coupeville. Rev. Mr. Wright was pastor of the First Methodist Church here from 1947 to 1951. He had retired as pastor of the Coupeville Methodist Church last year. He was born in Liberal, Ore., and was a graduate of Willamette University. He was ordained in 1927 and served as pastor of Meth- odist churches in Oregon, Auburn, Ridgefield, Clark County ann Highline. He is survived by his wife, Edith, and one daughter, June. AS CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS PRIVILEGED TO HAVE A PART IN BRINGING WALT AND IDA KNIGHT'S NEW ENTER- PRIZE INTO BEING O .1 With All Whirlpool Appliances & DRY CLEANING FACILITIES OWned and operated by W. C. KNIGHT 1332 Olympic Hiway South on Hillcrest PLUMBING 1916 Olympic Hiway North HEATING SHEET METAL on Mt. View 7TH & PARK ST. SHELTON ORALBIO_ NE 420 South 1st St. Shelton 103 Railroad Avenue Shelton SALES AND 514 Ellinor SERVICE Phone 426-4673 t 217 Cota St. Shelton a Rudy Flakus Phone 426-4541 Reynold Mason Phone 426-2278 I ? Tum ater Phone 3524152 would be taken to shipyard for re- pairs. The news was also publish- ed in THE JOURNAL. This did not tell the news to the nnmy property owners from other areas who come regularly to their land. They are persons who punch clocks in cities from Aberdeen to Seattle. Last Friday night several city people arriving for the umtal 9 p.m. trip to the Island. Alas! The barge being used t,, cross, now the Ferry is on drydock, does not have lights and cannot run at night. One would think for our tax dollar, the connty could at least equip the barge with the necessary lights. As it is, those who have two cars leave one on the mainland and manage to'car- ry on. If it was not that we are friendly and helpful to each other as residents on Harstine, the Ferry being off and having no near pros- pect for a bridge, life would be im- possible here. It is very short-sighted that Ma- son County voters eannot see they have a potential gold mine in Har- stine. Personally I wish Harstine could be part of Thurston Connty, and definitely Belfair should be part of Kitsap, for no one there comes to Shelton, Bremerton is the shopping center for that area. Sincerely your ELIZABETH M. ALLISON (just a taxpayer to(,) SIIOOTING INSULATORS I)ANGEROUS PASTIME Through the thoughtless actions of one or more individuals, 150 families in the Hoodsport area were without electric power for two hours early Tuesday morning while 12 high voltage insulators severely damaged by rifle fire had to be replaced by Mason County PUD No. 1 repair crews. The 12 insulators formed part of five dif- ferent transmission structures lo- cated along a section almost 3/4 of a mile in length indicating the da- mage was not accidental but was caused by a deliberate act of van- dalism. To many and especially to the individuals involved, the conse- cluences of shooting at insulators Wily DOES MAI~ LIKE TO LIVE ? If one should ask man why he likes to live, the answers would probably be many and varied. I have heard the joking expres- sion that they live to eat, some will Say a good time, others a nice home, or a career and so forth. But man has his own ideas about Christianity. Wi~ere he gets so~.ne of then1 I don't know, many think that if they live right, they will be all right. The Bible does not say that. Too fften nmn does not look in the Bible to see what it says. Jesus said unto Nicodemus -- John 3.3 "verily, verily I say un- to thee, except a nlan be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God" This means being born of the spirit, believing that Christ died ou the Cross for our sins and for us to accept him as our own personal Savior. Man is sidestepping the most important issue in the w(wld. He will beat all aronnd the bush to put his ideas across. Furthernlore Jesus said John 14.6. "I am'the wgy, the truth and the life. No man cometh unto the Father bnt by me." John 10.1. Verily, verily I sffy unto you, he that entered not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other ~ay, the same is a thief and a robber." I do not see why nam~ should want to come any other way, than the beautiful way the Bible des- cribes it. But of course Satan does not want nmn to understand the meaning of salvation, and so he puts forth every effort to keep him blinded. Dear ones the Bible is the word of God. Believe what it says all the way through. Evalene Farrell WEATHER-- High Low Precip. September 30 .... 68 49 1.82 October 1 ............ 62 44 .01 October 2 .......... 66 44 .1.1 October 3 .......... 66 37 -- October 4 .......... 75 39 -- October 5 .......... 78 40 --- October 6 .......... 72 38 --- Otto Frank, Jeff Fitzthum, Jun- ior. Mrs. Frank, Paula Stormo, Sen- ior, and Mary Connolly, Junior. Margot Frank, Pare Candiotti, Sophomore, and Christy McMillin, Junior. Mr. Van Daan, Foster err, Sen- ior, and Lane Premo, Jnnior. Mrs. Van Daan, Sue liartline, Senior, and Luanne Kilbourne, Se- nior. Peter Van Daan, Rich Holmes, Senior, rind Brnce Wilson, Sopho- lnol'e. Mr. Dussel, Rich Rice, Jnnior, and Dave Miltenberger, Scnior. 2V[r, Kraler, Jim Nielsen, Jtlnior. 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