Mrs. Shirley Nadien Enualt, 39, who was born in Lincoln, Neb., on June 24, 1924, died in a local hospital on Friday. Mrs. Enault had been a reisdent of California for 30 years, and of the West Side for 21 years. She lived at 502 F St.. She is survived by her husband, James L., and two sons, Michael and Floyd; her father, Raymond R. Dungan of Bakersfield; her mother, Mrs. Irene McCurdy of Santa Ana; her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Harris, and an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris, all of Santa Ana. Mrs. Enault was a member of the Episcopal Church and of Faith Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Erickson and Brown Funeral Home, with the Rev. Lester Mather of St. Andrews Episcopal Church and officers of the Eastern Star officiating. Burial will follow in the West Side District Cemetery. Mrs. Enault was widely known here. For three years she operated Mr. and Mrs. Roy Binford’s Pancake House, and her congeniality and friendliness became a byword with her customers.