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23, 1964 r Is, Planned anti-lit- .It by the ()11 of and Beauti- State Us- today, pro- Carl of tile Peninsula May 15, mem- fitate will be Persons throw- from said. SOmeone doing Club members signed } to the ear ate and ap- and ~c- that the State atify the auto- name and info|'maion of the North= and beautffYca- be sent over and Gar- to the auto- out the clean-up use litter cost for . 426-8272 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 3OURNAI5-- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington i i , |, Princess Ginna Correa Gives Her Version: FES IVAL MEANS TO HE By Ginna Corrca Mason County---a forest community. Our trees are the crowning glory of the plant world. Their long history of almost five centuries has been written in the cross sections of their trunks, a history filled with notable events and hard times. We commemorate and celebrate this festival day to the products and the many benefits and rewards that come from our forests. Our forests give our community economic stability and security. Most of the community's population comes into daily contact with trees, whether in logging, work- ing in a mill, handling Christmas trees and other forest greenery, or selling wood pro- ducts. As you can see, our citizens are very dependent on our forests. Likewise, many of our recreational pursuits of varied nature are directly dependent upon our growing green trees. In order to maintain these economic and recreational advantages, and, indeed, these are advantages, we must be constantly care- ful to preserve and protect our forests. Fire is the greatest hazard---fortunately it is pre- ventable. In the forseeable past, vast areas of beautiful timber have been devastated by fierce raging fire as the result of unneces- sary carelessness. It takes only one burning match, one uncrushed cigarette, or one for- gotten campfire to turn a beautiful land into ugly and costly destruction. To preserve this land and natural resource, great precaution must be taken all times. Meaningful conservation is very import- ant to all who live in Washington State and particularly in Mason County. This, primar- ily, is the basic reason for our Shelton-Mason County Forest Festival and our wonderful Keep Washington Green program. Forest fire prevention is the keynote to meaning- ful conservation. This, in turn, leads to oth- er significant and important benefits, such as stream control, prevention of soil erosion, preservation of our fish and wildlife, and the perpetuation of our sources of domestic and industrial water supply. Indeed, our Shelton-Mason County For- est Festival gives all of us an opportunity to honor and pay tribute to our forests It makes us realize the numerous benefits that ar .deri ed frQra trees. It gives us the slo PRINCESS iS STUDENT LEADER--Characteris- tic of all girls who wind up as Forest Festival prin. cesses, Ginna Correa is one of the most active students in Shelton high school. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Correa, 1113 Northcliff Road, Shelton, she is student body secretary-treasurer, was junior class Board of Control representative last year, sophomore class secretary two years ago, a member of Pep Club, Library Club, German Club, G.A.A., Scarlet "S", and Rifle Club, and last sum- mer was one of the school's delegates to Girls State. With all these activities, Gina still manages to make the high grades necessary to qualify for the Honor 'Society. She plans her higher education at the University of Washington starting next fall. gan, Keep Washington Clean and Green, re- minding us to preserve the natural bcauty of our forests and our land. Our Forest Festival points out and emphasizes the pur- pose of fire l)revention and control, and the many important advantages that result from conservation. It reminds us of the import- ancc of trees--for without them, our won- derful community of Shelton, and Mason County, would not prosper and grow. May God always bless this land we rove. Ubsidiary of The P. N. Hirsch & Co. Be neat when nsuiTcarl Wear Jantzen's cabin boy pant= in the new Wharf weave blend of Vycron polyester and cotton-- lhey're wrinkle, soil and water.resistant $5.98 Checked cotton knitshirt-jacket ( $6.98 just wear .ile_ and a antzen 'L MMK GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVE NANCY STODDEN Girls', Stitte Rel)rcsentativcs NANCY STODDEN has been selected by the Mary M. Knight 'school faculty to represent her school at Evergreen Girls' State this summer. Nancy, a junior, belongs to the MMK Girls' League and a local 4-H club. She enjoys baseball and basket- ball and plays ,on the ,girls' team at MMK. Her favorite hobby is sewing. She makes most of her own clothes. Her subjects this year include English, shorthand, home economics and bookkeep- ing, of which she likes short- hand the best. MAKING NEWS THIS SPRING! Our soft little ,,"':-m-v ~,,, .... u"~ es u p hills or down. escalators, with I," g ht, ...... hugs your foot wffh its new wlde- eusnionecl u=~ " ' o ed on foshion's strai ht f fold topline. Its sh P g - orward hnes, swept-back little heel.., in wonderful supple ther. JAGUAR, 12 99 textured lea . ll ,r, ,She operateld managed by LL, CHRIsTENSEN'S FOR SHOES, BREMERTON //J~ ~" t PAGE 1,2 NNIJAL IT'S THE EARLY BIRD THAT GETS THE WORM & ALSO SAVES -- MONEY -- THESE ARE ALL CURRENT MODELS--SOME I1( LIMITED -- PRICED FOR THIS SALE -- NO PAYMENTS 'TILL JUNE --FREE DEUVERY AND NORMAL UPRIGHT FREEZER OVER 700 LB. CAPACITY EADH SHELF A QUICK-FREEZE 3 ONLY 14.3 cu. ft. UPRIGHT COILS UNDER EACH SHELF ,r, 12.5 cu. ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER EARLY BIRD Spring Clearance PRICE i I i j , 14'cu. It, Gombo 288,t Frod'Free 2 Door co B, 12 cu. It, Single Door ............... .m. qj~ w/t SPRING REFRIGERATOR CLEARANCE SPECIALS CHECK THESE-- Then Come in and See For Yourself FI 12 POUND CAPACITY 3 WASH. 2 :RINSE TEMP. 3 CYCLES WITH WORKING TRADE ,'1,50 Matching Dryer as low au $. a week REMEMBER -- YOU CAN'T BEAT A MILLER-DEAL OVER 200 APPIAANCES ON DISPLAY A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. SIIELTON & MASON CO. S ONLY A[THOhAZILI) SALES & SERVICE MILLER'S SH LTON OLYMPIA II inch Portable 12 Pounds -- Lifetime Circuit Warranly