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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Ear,i Florence Warfield Sam J. Allen Pioneer School Dies At 76 Years Succumbs At 95 School O Holiday ~EV. pickup for sale, very Florence E. Warfield, 76, died Sam J. Allen of Star Rt. 1, rfI, F , o '. ?'?) d ? o n "e November 16 in Fir Lane Terrace Box 565, Belfair, died November Convalescent Center. 16 in Mason General Hospital. He By CARMEN YATES " " .... ~lhS next meeting dear any ideasn~hhe g~:; isc ssed and Ireland who was selected as the t~R~ She was owner and operator was 95 years old. PIONEER-Principle, Dick !~~i ~ii~iii~i:lii s new vice-president for the ~lle Custom clear vinyl of the .Warfield Resort, and had He was a retired carpenter and Mariotti and the teaching staff ~_ &---new -S7Oxl"4L u Citizen's Advisory Board ~very reas-onab/e~ been a resident of Hoodsport for a member of the Baptist Church wish to express their sincere voted to hold a fund raising dance replacing Carla Meacham who ........... 25 years. She was a member of and of the Townsend Club. He thanks to all the parents who Feb. 12. They also decided not to held that position prior to her the American Legion Auxiliary of had lived in Belfair for the past helped make the parent-teacher have the doll project this year. election as one of the new school iT small 2 bedroom Vallejo, Cal. two years. Phone 426-1209. conferences the tremendous Congratulations to Bob board members. Born on March 25, 1895 in Survivors include a son, success theywerelastweek. Manystudents gleefully tossed aside vice president. John Cook was ~! ~ Florence, Mont., she is survived Wayne, of Belfair; three ~~ ~LE 2 bedroom home for by a brother, Lorenzo Tillman of daughters; two sisters; and two of the room mothers spent a great their books, paper, pencils, etc. elected as second vice president. "i~ent cncretefundation Pocatello, Idaho and two cousins, brothers, deal of their time arranging the and boarded a bus for a field trip. Treasurer, Donna Stout ) R~ ~.~10~ f t. Io t $6,800'. A service was held at 11 a.m. schedules and some provided the Their destination was Bremerton presented the budget for the Elmer and Everett Tillman of Olympia. Friday in Batstone Funeral Home necessary transportation where it and the Coontz Jr. High in forthcoming year. It was voted on ,A~. GREETINGS -- cards A service was held at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Wendell Harder was needed. The important thing Bremerton to see the Musical and approved. There was also a ~c,h--see u s~ Friday in Batstone Funeral Home. officiating and burial in Lincoln is that the students will be the Revue for Children' in the fund-raising goal of $685for ~ter. Special to Dec. 1, ones to benefit the most through forenoon. Then in December the playground equipment. t ~$$~'r~s, ~'1~4~:9~: The Rev. Wesley Gain officiated Memorial Park, Portland, Ore. OR the parents and teachers sixth grade and Band students will Three members of the and burial was in Shelton cooperation and communication,see 'Show-'71-'72'. This is aexecutive board and three V~i ~--~ .,EXTEII t ,~[)OF.APPRECIATION Memorial Park. It was announced in this Seattle Symphony Production. members froln the P.T.O. body ~and's'ymp'athy week's bulletin that the date for The P.T.O. held a short were appointed for the purpose of ~ Pre-Hung Doors Drivers Are the Christmas program has been business meeting Nov. 1 5. A date revising the organization's bylaws. was set for the previously ' t Closet Doors There will be a suggestion box at d set for Dec. 15 (ahW~d:esday VIV]/ gall~asa precious'memory. Irwin O. Smith Cautione , Garage Doors evening). They are p 1 this discussed bake sale. The date will thanks .and gratitude date won t interfer with other be Dec. 4 from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m. ~se comforting a~:ts. .... Dies In Hospital Be Careful Community programs, at both Penney's and Safeway. Mr. MotiahLodge P' " Y -Irw~-n 0~smi-{h, 1537 Adams, For the Thanksgiving Holiday Any parental help would be school will be dismissed early at warmly welcomed whether it be~ , ' WE INSTALL DOORS--SEE died Sunday in Mason General Traffic tragedy is unwanted 1:30 p.m. today. Since Shelton manning the Bake Tables for a Noe I1 US FORESTIMATES ~~e, ke:epirn2- Hospital at the age of 73 years, and unnecessary at any time, also dismissed early no bus shift or transporting the goodies ~eek.'-lL~ard' compensation..start .Dec_One1.. ValleyHe haduntilliVedmovingin the toSkkmishshelton especially during a holiday period, problems were anticipated, or bake some of the goodies or ~ Pe ~t Ae Me iCj!E red-_-daii So stated Gay. Daniel J. Following the Thanksgiving perhaps lend a hand in pricing and Saturday, November 27 BYRNE BUILDING SUPPLY COo three weeks ago. Evans, chairman of the Holidays information of the marking the numerous items the (Eleetion of Officers) V/~L~I3R~ He was a member of the Washington Traffic Safety School Banking Program will be afternoon before the sale. Call Skokomish Valley Grangeand Commission, in a plea for a sent home with the students Nov. one of these numbers to volunteer ~ye,~,'~ stov? StatKI Communication Formerly Eacrett Lumber Co. ~~Fence(t had been employed by ITT deathless Thanksgiving Day 29. Nov. 30 will be the first day your services - 426-3684 or Lodge Opens 8 p.m. "Building Products for your Home" ~5'.~0~6 'monih Rayonier from 1949 until 1957. weekend. He urged motorists to of the school banking program. 426-8941. Alex E. Smith, W.M. ~jlJ~ ~uuocle~eeposit:C, aH Mr. Smith was born April 20, drive in a manner that will insure Also following the Holidays The P.T.O. organization Arnold L. Cheney, Secretary 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 ~Sll/25tfn 1898 in Cuba, Kansas. He is a safe journey to and from ~$ON pickup for sale. Call RE-BUILT is a better remodelled to describe home without from the classic have completely walls, ceilings and e kitchen and "e new, too. Included study, sewing dining i'oom and Located on one one mile from town. 923,900. If you equity in your t0s we can talk trade. K11/25-12/16 survived by his wife, Melva A.Thanksgiving gatherings. , Smith of the home; seven "Washington has a chance of daughters, Mrs. Elvira Rowland, recording one of its lowest annual Ocean City, Ore., Mrs. Vera death tolls of recent years," Evans Simpson, Mrs. Dorothy Mueller said. "To do so will require each and Mrs. Betty Seversen, all of one of us to drive in a safe, Shelton, the Mesdames Mary sensible, courteous manner." Everett and Jean Young of Port A total of 757 persons had Orchard, and Mrs. Shirley been killed in highway mishaps Graham, Cuba; two brothers, through Nov. 15, 1971,compared Elwin and Loren Smith of with 777 for the corresponding Colorado; two sisters, Mrs. Cecil period in 1970. However, the Bachli of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. number of deaths for the first two Hazel Searcy of Los Angeles, Cal.; weeks of November surpassed the 1 6 grandchildren; and five number who died in traffic during great-grandchildren, the same two weeks a year ago. .E 1960 Impala -- 283, A service will be held at 2 Forty-four persons were killed in automatic, good p.m. Friday in Batstone Funeral early November this year, Phone 426-1887 Home with Pastor Roland Huber compared with only 30 for the S11/25-12/2 officiating and burial in Shelton same time a year ago. ) DF APPRECIATION Memorial Park. Gov. Evans suggested that i~ rnany people who were persons traveling during the to the late Howard holiday weekend leave early and his family we wish r enough to avoid last minute .COD. Also for the many I~ns in his memory we,-,, ,,,^Iv:n,- , :arI H 17Meal'" rushes, not to drive after ly grateful, consuming alcoholic beverages S OWard Robinson ~Mrs. JohnSells Taken By Death and to delay return trips until Imily drivers are well rested. ~~ Alvin Earl Healy, Rt. 2, Box "Thanksgiving is a day for ~ CRES pasture piped 252, died in his home on Sunday. family gatherings and enjoyment, ,, ' S r" ' i-!~ f p ing, secluded, not not a time for highway tragedy. i i.~.Elose n $7,500 terms. He was 63 years old. R!;li~-alley Land and Homes He was born April 23, 1908 inLet all of us exercise patience and ~!~)~'4~26"-6~96"1~. Seattle; where he resided before ,,O,~ sense in our driving so coming to Shelton two years ago. tl~fr:~ will havea deathless I:)[~,LE~ He was a retired truck driver, holid~~'i' ~I~%~9 "-Y~v~lring'. having been employed "by II r.em. ogeLe.d..onrv' . ~y, enL~nn~ National Lead Co. in Seattle. EVERY MAN has three IE ~3-"~eni'ngs Mr. Healy was a member of characters: that which he I~ Eagles Lodge No. 1, Seattle, and exhibits, that which he has, and of the Teamsters Union. He is that which he thinks he has. ml[~R_ES Dayton area, farmsurvived by his wife, Mrs. Kalesta Alphonse Karr i roaci li r s.-M'aff Healy of the home; two step-sons, I~ ~l~l~Lan'd and Homes. William Senear of New Orleans, ~ I~"-.,,,~, La. and John Senear of Seattle. Pastor Roland Huber will I OAK PARK ~b.IL. LAC sedan De Ville, officiate at a service to be held at I 14((4f?I2~[ [ A Planned L.~~'~ .~i~ " ;oo i Batstone Funeral Home at l p.m I onl\O.ve,opment I ~r4~6'-l~SUl~5~. Wednesday. Burial will be in I 426-2646 I Shelton Memorial Park. I HIMLIE REALTY, INC.~- "Give Us This Day Our Daily Work! Happy Thanksgiving." DOORSI DOORSl DOORSl Exterior and Interior. Hollow, solidt sculptured and plain. Some with window. Ready to finish. SAVE UP TO 60% Example: 12 Diamond Light. 3'x6' 8" xl ~V4. Reg. $50 value ............................... NOW SUPER SAVER! Gun St0tk Mahogany Paneling 48 sheet Pane, ONLY $1 light & medium tones. Golden Birch Paneling Reg. 99.99 ......... NOW Plywood c.d.x. " ONLY, SHEET S3 Plywood 5/8- c.d.x ................ONLY, SHEET 2x4 STUDS KD. Standard or better ......... ONLY 66' Aluminum Windows Now from 25%-30% off. .ee= x2. Reg. re*. 920 3 Now...... Aluminum Storm Doors & Windows 25%-30%o. Contact Paper sel,- dhe,,v.. Reg. 49 ....................NOW RENOIR WALLPAPER by Leroy of Paris New selection. Pre-pasted, pretrimmed, vinylized, scrubbable. See this exclusive selection TODAY! by Tone 'n Tique. ANTIQUE KITS Reg. 95.45 ............. NOW $1.98 THICK BUTT SHAKES ONLY $23 4X8 PARTICLE BOARD ............. ONLY ShSO Shoot LATEX ENAMEL Regularly $7.00 ....... NOW $4.50 EXTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX ...... ONLY $4.70 Get ready for the holidays by remodeling now! FREE when you deposit $2,500.00 or more. FREE when you deposit $2,500.00 or more. OR -- Deposit $50.00 and you may buy 'THE BARON' clock for only $7.00. OR -- Deposit $50.00 and you may buy this lovely 'SCHOOL TIME' clock for only $7.00. FREE when you deposit $2,500.00 or more. FREE when you deposit $2,500.00 or more. ABERDEEN e OR -- Deposit $50.00 and you may buy this lovely 'MONTERREY' clock for only $7.00. 000 OR -- Deposit $50.00 and you may buy this lovely 'SPICE DRAWER' clock for only $7.00. FREE with a deposit of $7,500.00 or more. OR -- Buy this lovely 18V~-inch 'GRANDFATHER' clock for only $I0.00 with a $50.00 deposit. Yours FREE* when you open an account, or add to your present savings account (as stated above). Capital Savings will gladly TRANSFER FREE, your savings account from anywhere in the U. S. * MUST COMPLY WITH FHLB REGULATIONS. II SHELTON -- First & Railroad - 426-8211 SHELTON OLYMPIA MO N T E SA N O Home Office VANCOUVER at H/i ZEL DELL TUMWATER Thursday, November 25, 1971 Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9