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January 7, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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,,o., CAUSE n., Merla; n .al!POLL Arthur L. Ward Dies In Olympia cheon, III 3ES, 8 redit Wo~ tmas Par! A Success l ts[ Ionday f,R /lemri 1 A~ new dimension has been ~ed to the 1971 Smokey Bear rs ~loring Contest for Junior |~rden Club members, and e |llpn-garden club members, ~ionsored bat.fhe National ~uncil of S~'~e~, Gaf'den~ldbs in call~ dance h~ layers l~ad Start Class irgroun~ This is the poster which will be Bear Coloring Contest. Copies available now. oloring and USDA's Forest Service. This year, the coloring sheet offers to young contestants, in addition to the usual fire-prevention message, a new and timely warning about the danger of water pollution as an aftermath of forest fires. It thus alerts junior citizens to the importance of protecting the environment by being careful with matches. particiP t To Re The drawing in the 1971 ;tubers ~ sume coloring sheet shows a distressed dancerS'~ The Head Start program in Smokey Bear standing in a )elton will resume after burned-over field and pointing to lyers n].~ristmas vacation Jan. 11, it was a stream polluted with debris and rth Sa~ounced this week by Ruth a rather dismal-appearing fish. ~son, teacher for the program. Looking on, in consternation, are ~e said that in case of bad Smokey's three young friends- a |ath~r, Head Start will operate raccoon, a woodchuck and a bear ~ ne same schedule as the cub. The message reads: "Forest Icrleljblicschools. Fires Cause Water Pollution I.,,d The school m plannmg for the "'---Dorl~H~ol ea " " Too!" .E' y r beginning next fall,An anticipated million the I~ said, and wants to contact as youngsters will try their hands at d Te~nY families as possible, coloring this year's dual-message td a lu~ Parents of three and four year poster, via crayons, Coloring ing at ~ youngsters who are interested ~rk Inn,'|the program can contact the a hobb achers. are urJ leering newly ally we tool at 426-2898 between 9 L and 1 p.m. Monday through Ursday, she said. pencils or watercolor paints. The contest is open to youngsters ages 6-14. Entry blanks and Cdloring sheets can be obtained from Mrs. Parents and volunteers are Mark Titlow, chairman; Junior lease to assist with the Gardners; Washington State gram and to work in the effort Federation of Garden Clubs; 4703 get an all day child care center East 72nd; Tacoma, Wash., e, Mrs. Tuson said. 98443. # 4D used in the 1971 Smokey of the official poster are Entries must be submitted by March 15. Arthur L. Ward, 815 No. Eastside St., Olympia, died Friday 3~he three Christmas parties,primary concern will be low cost in the Capitol Arms Nursing Dec. 23 sponsored by the Shelton housing Dan Wiggin, State OEO Home in Olympia. He was 87 Multi-Service Center were well housing specialist will be guest years old, and had been a resident attended and judging by the speaker. of this area for the past 67 years, response were quite successful. He was born Oct. 5, 1883 in We are certain many children are Oakville, Wa. and was a veteran of convinced there is a Santa Claus Zschoche Gives the Spanish-American War. Heand that he did not forget them. Final Sermon Here was a member of Mr. Moriah The staff wishes to thank all Lodge No. tl F and A M. who gave so much of their time, Rev. Edwin Zschoche talent and energy to make these preached his farewell sermon at Mr. Ward started a land survey practice in Mason County in 1904 which he operated steadily until 1909 and thereafter intermittently until 1920 when he became resident engineer for the state of Washington. He held this position until 1929. From 1929 through 1931 he was employed by the city of Tacoma as construction engineer, after which he served until his retirement in 1954 as Mason County engineer. His father, Gilbert Ward, was Deputy U.S. land surveyor during the territorial days of Washington from 1876 to 1889. " Surviving are his wife Lillian of Olympia; a step-son, Harvey Robbins, Olympia; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jean Ward of Discovery Bay; and seven grandchildren. A service was held at 2 p.m. Monday in Batstone Funeral Home with Mr. Moriah Lodge officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers it was suggested that donations be made to Mason General Hospital Coronary Care Unit. Through Basic I events so successful and Mr. Olive Lutheran Church Jan. 3. worthwhile, tte and Mrs. Zschoche left for The Senior Council did not their new home in Portland meet last Friday as the Center was Monday afternoon. closed but it will hold its In the evening the regular card party this Friday congregation held an open house starting at1 p.m. They are for the two. During the month of planning toentertain a group January services will be from Vancouver in the near conducted.by Dr. Milton Riemer future, of P.L.U. The Multi-Service Center The new pastor of Mr. Olive, advisory board will hold its the Roy. Roland ttuber of regular meeting at the Center Jan. Crescent City, Calif. will arrive in 14 starting at 7:30 p.m. This is a Shelton early in February, and very important meeting as its will be installed Feb. 7. Home or Cabin (Foundation to Finish) LET US HELP PUT YOUR IDEAS ON BLUEPRINT * COMPLETE BLUEPRINTS * BUILDING MATERIALS * OLYMPIC STAIN * PITTSBURGH PAINT 426-4522 Mike Byrne, Owner 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. WAC Pvt. Kathleen A. Hickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Hickson, Shelton, recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the Women's Army Corps Center, Ft. Mc Clellan, Ala. She received instruction in army history and traditions, administrative procedures, military justice, first aid and field training. Pvt. Hickson entered the Women's Army Corps in September 1970. She is a 1970 graduate of Shelton High School. COST LOANS To Pay WHY BORROW FROM STRANGERS? Your member-owned credit union offers unique advantages on new OR used car loans. Low "Credit Union Interest" -- based on the unpaid balance, not the entire loan. Low payments, designed to suit your personal circumstances, to make repayment easy. If you are planning to buy a car, SEE YOUR CREDIT UNION BEFORE YOU ' SHOP, arrange your financing ahead and have the advantage of shopping as a cash buyer. JOIN NOW! $5.25 Opens Your Account Those eligible for membership in Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union are Simpson Timber Company employees, Simpson Building Supply, I!11 IN [MPL.aYIEIES, F'rDClIAI. Simlog Corporation and its ~-,~~ ~'I~/ subsidiaries, Howe Products, Inc., Laucks Laboratories, Leasing for Industry, Sirco Mfg. Co., and Stetson Ross Machine Co., who have headquarters in King County or 51:11 and Cedar Sts. Portland, Oregon, LM Hyak and Olympia Oyster Co., and their Phone426-1633 ' families. 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