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Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-27 MARY'S MEMOIRS It's hunting season, and Mary goes out this week with the Eddy fam- ily to try her luck. They don't see a deer, but they do find lots of tracks. Sam has a bad tooth ache and goes to the den- tist. Enjoy: Thursday, Oct. 8, 1936 Not so busy, Up late waiting for Ruff to bring his sister from Tacoma. They came at 12:30. She is plump and blond. Friday, Oct. 9, 1936 Not very busy. Sam went to Seattle. Took John, Rhoades and his mother some venison. Ruth Ruff asked me if we sold it in the store. She just came down from Canada and didn't know it was against the law to sell it. She seems very willing. Saturday, Oct. 1O, 1936 I took some venison up to my dad's and had quite a visit. Then we moved my stove up to the two rooms behind the garage and put in things so we could put Ruff and his sister in there. Elizabeth sold us her fur- niture for $12 - bed, two dressers, table, rocker, four good chairs, couch and mattress, so the house is completely fur- nished. All we must do is have the lights turned on. Very busy after 4:30 in the store. Sam went to see the dentist. His tooth was bothering him so. To bed early because I am going hunting tomorrow. Mary Theler's reflection is photo book. Sunday, Oct. 11, 1936 Up at five o'clock, and I was at Dorothy Eddy's at 5:45 a.m. Ate break- fast with them. We went back on the Tygundy Burn and saw lots of tracks but no deer. Had to walk up the big hill because a log had fallen across the path. Back to the house and ate toast Photo courtesy of the Mary Theler Collection captured in the water in this photo from her and drank coffee again. Then out toward Black- smith's Marsh back of Henry's and stood on the stump while they drove the thicket. Then " We dr0~ve an enormous : ttlicket and was it h~ i: worked any) harder in my life. Final: ly, we got through and Went for home: Saw not a deer. Very disappoint- ing. To the store and got some steak off our deer and cooked it for Sam and Charlie down at the beach. Sam, Emmet and Charlie were out this morning and saw noth- ing. Sam stayed home all day because his tooth hurts so. Now his face is swelling up. Now I'm going to bed! So tired! Monday, Oct. 12, 1936 A busy day. Sam went to Seattle. Doug hauled one load of hay. The truck burned out a connecting rod and wasn't fixed until noon. Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1936 Not so busy. Doug finished hay hauling. Took some meat up to my dad's. By CLYDENE HOSTETLER Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1936 Put a lot of stock on the shelves. Doug wired the washroom at the beach. Cleaned out dresser drawers and put away all summer house dresses, etc. Are we having a beau- tiful fall season or what? I love this weather: Iput away my summer clothes last week. Out come the flannel and warm coats. I have a stack of long pants to hem. I have lost some weight, and the pants are loose and now too long. Enjoying the " fall weather and getting ready for the winter is what we do in the Pacific North- west this time of year. Thank you for reading this week's diary. Clydene Hostetler is a longtime Belfair resident, local historian. media archivist and doc- umentary filmmaker of "Hidden in Plain Sight." She has been research- ing Mary Theler's life for the past 11 years. She can be emailed at clydeneh@wavecable. com. NORTH MASON FIBER COMPANY P.O. Box 275. NE 431 Log Yard Rd.. Belfalr, WA 98528 Place To Take Your YARD & WOOD Waste Contractors Welcome Per Small rruck Load (Pick-up Size) OR Load* *Price 1 based onl size of | vehicle j OPEN MON-FRI 7AM-4:3OPM SAT. ONLY 8AM-4PM 275-0228 Please call for directions and more information NO Plastics or Garbage PLEASE m I "Two-thirds of those who have Xinh Thi Dwelley, who topped Hyatt to Join Cardinals responded are heartily in favor of the field at the initial West Coast changing, the name, and twenty-five Oyster Shucking Championship and The first move to Strengthen theper cent suggested that any change Washington State Seafood Festival 1915 St. Louis Cardinals will be made should include 'Olympic' as part of in 1982, displayed her title-willing within a few days, when slugger the name." form again in the half-shell shucking Hamilton Hyatt of the Pittsburgh Pirates, whose home is in Shelton, will 0 ' e | o, competition to win a trip to nationals. 100 YEARS AGO * Oct. 9, 1914 be purchased by Manager Higgins. The deal practically is completed, but Safe Crackers Get Money from has not been announced as official Timber Bowl from thePittsburghheadquarters. Safe crackers Monday night got Hyatt will be used as a pinch hitter away with about $250 from a floor by the Cardinals and fill in whenever safe at the Timber Bowl. needed. He is a handy, all-around Shelton Police and Mason County player.. He' can catch, play first Sheriffs officers were investigating Base and glmre the line blows in the the robbery this week. OUtfield. In addition to the money taken from the safe, about $200 worth of tools and $11 from a piggy bank were also Sportsmen Oppose Efforts to" taken. Change NameofCanal A drill and punch were used to The Washington Motorist magazine open the safe. Officers believe the for August printed the following contents of a coffee pot left on a table in the office were used to cool the drill article: during the safe cracking. "In the July issue or'The Washington !5 YEARS AGO Oct. 12, 1.989 Motorist, readers were asked to comment upon a proposed change in the name of Hood Canal, a suggestion 18,000 Flock to Fest put forth because, of the confusion The very first West Coast oyster among non-residents of the state shucking champion came to the fore which cause many of them to think again and over 18,000 seafood lovers that this beautiful body of water is an ate their, way across the Mason irrigation ditch or commercial ship County Fairgrounds at last weekend's canal. OysterFest VIII. the'ou AUTOMATIC kac~wu ex~at~ when ta, F/tdLra'~r'~ IIl~lm M ~lcmm~ * y~v ~d This advertisement appeared in the October 8, 1959 edition of the Mason County Journal.