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May 23, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 23, 1963

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COUNTY JOURNAL. INC., Publishers FOUnded 1886 by Grant C. Angle Box 446. Shelton Phone 426-4412 Mason County, Washington, every Thursday. 1Vfatter at the Postoffice, Shelton, Vrashington $4.50 per year in Mason County, in advance; Outside Mason County, $5.00 bet of National Editorial Association 'ton Newspaper Puhlisheri' Association COPY DEADLINES AND NOTICES Monday 10 a.m. Tuesday noon esday noon Tuesday 5 p.m. ednesday 10 a.m. William M. Dickie Jim Shrum Lodema Johnson lViarj Waters lary Kent -- Barbara Nelson Stuck, Dave Thacher, AsH Pearson, Jerry Stiller, Charles Schwarz. TO US, INDIVIDUALLY the Mason County forest festival, for the year, with the gaiety and fun and light- Which properly should attend a celebration of thought which is the foundation Is Constructed never should be over-shadowed. keep green the natural resources up- of the economy of the west is built greater significance this year of 1963 be- which occurred in 1962. Day gales which wreaked havoc and fishing fleet throughout, the North- left behind the makings for the most fire situation in many, many seasons. litters vast areas of forest land, from Small branches, all of it prime prey of fire. temperatures of the past few days, 90-degree area, augment the seriousness of vital need for extreme care on the part who uses the varied capacites of the recreation-seeker and bread-winner in equal x have geared themselves for what they Worst fire season in a decade or more, and they are alert to this danger with to fight forest flames with both stiff an beefed-up suppression programs. preparedness in the world is only as effective as the public cooperation it persons will be the key to whether 1963 fine'achievement or a disaster in the st fire prevention. as he comes in contact with the forest a means of earning his living or as a recl;eatn, must consider the reason closures to public entry into forested areas him. is simply and fundamentally protection , or, Still more fundamentally, our paychecks. ANNIVERSARY IN 1963 originating in Mason County, and a forest festival we are poised to enioy this were the junior forest wardens. the 20th anniversary of this group which during World War II years when adult at a premium, and which served with dis- days of the "Keep Green" movement. firsts to which Mason County is right- We celebrate the lath forest festival this thou qh to the 20th anniversary of the Warhens. on this" page shows one Of the first Junior formed in this county. See how many men in their mid-thirties, vou recognize. no trouble recognizing the adult leaders of and Herb Angle on the left, Maurice on the right. 1943 will have hapoy memories days as the original junior forest aired States USED CARS CLUB SEDAN ...... SRAR trans., Engine Rebuilt -- ,o WAGON .......... =795 BEL AIi ............ s695 6 cyl, 4 dr. 9-pass. wagon ............ $ses tic -- Real Clean! 4-door .................... s295 4 dr ............................. $295 TRUCKS 3"/4.Ton ..................................... Pidkup -- New Engine: ....... S845 C I A L S -- they run good! 1,'2 BUICK Std. trans. 2 DODGE Std. trans. r  ,T A '63 DODGE ' ua,nThey're Dependable! )' eed for 50,000 Miles or 5 Years!! Will be closed all day- rday for Forest Festival MOTORS Phone 426-8183 Pholographers Week Proclaimed Gay. Albert D. Rosellini of the State of Washington signed a pro- clamation designating the week of May 26 - June 1. as Professional Photographers, of Washington Week. This coincides with the Professional Photographers con- vention in Yakima May 26, 27, and 28. This makes the first time that Professional Photographers have been honored in this manner. Photographers from the North- west States and British Columbia are expected to attend. The con- vention is a combination of fun activities and educational semin- ars with prominent speakers on various phases of the photographic industry. Leona Dillon Virginia Lanning NEW MANAGEMENT effective Monday, May 20 HOODSPORT C AFE Daily hours 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 pm. | PAGE i i L H _ i Weather I[igh Low Precip May 15 ............... 64 45 .01 May 1 ( ............ 70 86 - - May 17 ............... Sl :;7 ....... May IS .......... 8S 43 May 19 ......... 88 51 May 20 ............. 92 48 .... Journal Want Ads Pay KEEP UIRSHIHGTOH GREEll i] ii Merry Tiller SCOTSMAN model--shown with tJtulching rotors and extenslcm to 23 ' wlde--is the thrifty pov,'-f package for small garde plots. Combines 2, hp with chain-drive transmission le deliver eclu|valent of a 4 hp worm-gear unit. Comes witk | roar transport wheels. all 1Pt'd. '139so Saeger Hater Shop ...... ]i J3 on H illcrest I SUHMER SPECIALS on broken lots and sizes DRESSES PLAY OLOTHES LINGERIE BATHING SUITS PLAID SHIRT BLOUSES $160 For Forest Festival Wear THE POLKA DOT 403 Railroad Avenuc if you took away the Rayonier Cellulose whatdo you suppose w(,uld be left? ITURN THE PAGE AND SEE)' !'lNg OR FISHING der Pen, I o i O ! O