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July 11, 1963

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1I, 1903 SHELTON MAgON COUNTY JOURNAL -- PuNizhed in "Chri.lnlafown, [LSA.", SheKon, Washington ................ i n , ninm i Local Welfare i What00 Oo,'ng re. E v e n t. .s. Office Making i Among Our of policy changes in the Depart- I FORESTS Washington Has Many lt00?".lA lTavelling abroad in recent years tea's citizens are either directly and yet these s:me people have or indirectly connected with the I HEW TIDES OF T EEK ] Computed for Hood Canal I Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 min. later and pins :,lJ 11. Frldav, ,lilly 12 Hi'h .......... "9:01 a m 7,8 fl Low .............. 4:13 a.m. 4., ft. High .............. 10:36 p.m, 11.4 ft. Low .............. 8:36 p.m. 0.1 ft. Saturday, July 13 col- of Ju- aUghter ot Ferguson WiN and Mrs. aelton. Rev. the double the Man- in Brem- in rarriage lon ts Caught daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ferguson Mrs. Kenneth Martig Jr. June 22. The Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martig of Shelton. their home in Seattle, where the groom is ersity of Washington summer session. Mrs. Richard Gateau-of Nea Bay was matron of honor in an empire style gown of lavender bro- cade. She carried a bouquet ot white pompoms, pink roses and lavender carnations. The bridesmaids, July Laraway, Judy Kaffner, Susan Meier and Gall Fowler, wore lavender dress- with bell shaped skirts and match- ing jackets. All are of Bremerton. Candlelighters were Valerie Ell- era of Bremerton and Anne Mc- Clelland of Seattle. They wore lav- ender dresses with wrist corsag- es of miniature white carnations. John Sutherland of Salem. Oregon was best man and John Martig, James Denton, Nell Billings ann Nyal Sehmeiehel served as ush- ers. lVfrs. Grover Bowers of Brem- erton accompanied the soloist. Di- ana Dewey. and tank -- The bride's mother wore a two Park. Phone piece suit of mauve silk with bone D 7/li tfn accessories and a corsage of green cymbidium orchids. For her Son's wedding, the bridegroom's mother choose a pink nylon sheath with 7/11 bone accessories and a corsage o pink roses and gardenias, Large baskets of eantebury bells decorated the Manette Ma- sonic Temple, where th recep- THE tion was held immediately follow- FOR ing the ceremony. Serving were Jean Martig, sister of the groom; Mrs. Dennis Ferguson of Moses Lake, Marilyn Davies, Judy Wheel- er of Bremerton and Kathy Done- hue of Fife. Caroline Ferguson, cousin ot the bride, Vivian Oakvik and Con- nie Johnston were in charge of the guest book and gift table. After the reception the couple departed for a wedding trip with the bride July 4, wearing a pink wool suit with white accessories, The bride attended Olympic Col- lege for two years and Western Washington State College for one year. The groom, a graduate ot Irene S. Reed, attended Olympic 7/4-11-18 3t]colleg e for two years, where he was Associated Student Body pres- ident for 1962-63, The couple wit! make their home in Seattle where the groom is attending a summer session at the University of Wash- ington. ment of Publi( Assistance which wbere inaugurated July 1. it was announced to;lay by Irvin McAr- thur. welfare a,qministrator. Designed to improve the wel- fare program to strengthen and rehabilitate families, lhe changes are a result of actions taken by the legislature. McArthur said. Details regarding procedm'es for implementing the changes were reviewed at a conference in Olym- pia June 27 and 28 between wel- fare leaders m all Western Wash- ington counties and the adminis- trative staff of the state office. Similar meetings for Eastern Washington connties were held earlier in the week at Spokane. Attending the sessions at Olym- pia from Mason County was Mc- A rthur, McArthur said his staff immed- iately will start converting fam- ilies with dependent children from the state's General Assistance pro- gram to the new Federally match- ed Aid to Dependent Children cate- gory, to be known statewide as D_DC-E. hrough the reoJlar ADC pro- gram, assistance grants are awarded to mothers to help child- fen under age 18 who are deprived due to death, incapacity or con- tinued'absence of the father. Un- der the new ADC-Eprogam, un- employment of both parents will be another factor wh;ieh may make needy families eligible. McArthur .aid. Another change in 'the ADC pro- gram taking effect July 1 was de- signed by the legislature to en- courage work and thrift habits antony ADC children. Exemptions for employment expenses are in- creased, amd net earnings partial- ly can be set aside to meet fur- t her dentifiable needs as planned with the public assistance case- worker. Another important .change of benefit to many Old Age Assist- ance recipients is related to earn- ings exemptions. The first $10 of earned income plus one-half of any additional earnings up to $40 will be- disregarded in determining It's A Date Today, Thursday, July 11. RotalT Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Mason County Forest Festival Association meeling, 8 p.m,. PLOD conference room. World War I veterans auxiliary, Barracks 1462. meeting, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Friday, July 12 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall. Retired Teachers' picnic, noon, home of Mrs. Mary Trexler. Saturday, July 13 Drivers' license examiner, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, July 14 North Dakotans' picnic, Point Defiance Park Tacoma. Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Momhly, July 15 County commissioner's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Tuesday, July 16 Mason County Fair board meet- ing, 8 p.m.. commissioner's office. Fred B. \\;ivetl Post 31. Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. City commissioners meeting, 2 p.m., Memorial Hall. Kiwanis Chib luncheon, noon, Memorial Hail. Wednesday, July 17 Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. Hillcrest Homemakers meetiig, 10:30 a.m.. home of Mrs. Darrell Spark. Rainbow girls' project 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Shelton Coin Operated Cleaners. Thursday, July 18 Navy Mothers' Club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Port commission's meeting, 8 p. in., courthouse. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County auditor's off- ice this past week were: Harry R. Shaw, 52, Seattle, ann Leona Passieux. 52, Seattle. William McCullough, 43, Belfair, and Marie Zimmerman, 36, Bel- fail-. Justin Keever, 49, Portland, and Inez LaMarsh, 37, Shelton. and ht;sband SHOE SALE SUMHER SHOES FLATS SANDALS HEELS THONGS- s288 To $6'" THE BOOTERY "1 " "Shoes For The Entire Fami y 8/1-8 6t William A. Bazley, boilerman third class, USN, son of Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Bazley, of Shel- ton, is a crewmember of the guided missile destroyer USS Heel, a Pacific Fleet unit which recently participated in First Fleet exercises conducted off the coast of California during the President's two-day visit June take:] so tittle time to really vis- it and enjoy the various regions of our United States. Why, in Am- (.m(:a \\;re have the very best of everything and we needn't travel abroad before we begin to apprec- iate what is ours at our finger- tips." This comment was made by all elderly couple that I met m Hono- lulu early in June. These charm- ing people from Hollywood. Calif., had completed an extensive tour of the Far East and were now bound for the mainland. Their comment was so very appropriate and we needn't put it on a nation- wide basis to test its truthfulness. Probably the majority of Wash- ingtonians have not seen many of the big attractions in this stale ..... Mount Rainier National Park. Grand Coulee Dam. the San Juan Islands, Olympic National Park, and our Pacific beaches. Perhaps, we can't brag about the weather in Washington State. but we can certainly boast of the beauty and diversity of this state. For those of us living west of the Cascades we like [o think of Wa.';hington as a tree country, which bases tile beauty and pros- perity of this Evergreen State up- forests and her industries. Some- times it takes a tragedy before people will realize lbe full signifi- cance of the preceding statement. Let's hope that it doesn't take a gigantic fire which injures ore' sit/tc's economy before we come lo grips with the importance of Keeping VSashington Green. FOIJ,O1V THESE five rules as part of your job in protecting otlr green commonwealth. 1. Hold your match till it's cold, lhen pinch' it to make sure, 2. C!'tish out ail your snlokes- dead out. Then. where there's an ashtray, use it? 3. Drown your campfire and warming fire. then stir and droxm again. 4. Remember: Setting fire on lands of anotimr without permis- sion is a violation of state law. 5. If you must use fire to clear old fields or fence rows. to burn brush, ferns, or trash, ask about the law; get a permit if required. Then follow safe rules: burn on calm days only; have help and tools on hand from start to fin- ish; kill every spark. REMEMBER. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES! High .............. 10:21 a.m. 7.3 ft. Low . ............. 5:11 a.n. 3.2 ft. High .............. 11:15 p.m. 11.3 ft. Low . ............. 4:30 p.m. 1.6 ft. Sunday, ,lilly 1-I" High ............... 11:56 ann. 7.2 ft. Low _ ............. 6:11 a.m. 1.9 ft, High .............. 11:58 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .............. 5:30 p.rm 3.1 ft. Mondlly, ,lilly 15 I Low .............. 7:08 a,m. 0.6 ft. High .............. 1:36 p.m. 7.7 ft. Low . ............. 6:39 p.m. 4.5 ft. Tuesday, July 16 High .............. 0:43 a.m, 10.9 ft. Low . ............ 8:05 a.m. -0.1 ft. High .............. 3:04 p.m. 8.5 ft. Low .............. 7:52 p.m. 5.5 ft. Wednesday, July 17 High .............. 1:32 a.m, 10.8 ft. Low _ ............. 8:58 a,m. -0.7 ft. High .............. 4:14 p,m. 9.5 ft. Low .............. 9:04 p.m. 6.1 ft. Thursdayl July 18 High .............. 2:22 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low .............. 9:49 a.m, -1.6 ft High .................. p.m. 10.4 ft. Low _ ............. 10:10 p.m. 6.3 ft. \\;Vhenever your recipe calls for an eighth or a sixteenth of a tea- spoon of bay leaf, use the cracked variety. You'll rnn less chance of overseasoning. 6-7. Lt. Richard Lord returned home from Salem. Ore.. July 3 for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson Lord. He left Sunday, July 7 for \\;Villiam Air Base at Chand- ler', Ariz., where he will be sta- tioned for the next 18 months. Lt. Lord received his B.A. de- gree in economics at Willamette University this June. He will con- timie his studies at Williams Air Force Academy to earn his Mas- ter's degree. He is a 1958 graduate of ISR. Jack D. Wells. quartermaster thii'd class. USN. son of -Mr. and Mrs. R, G. Wells Grapev]ew. is serving aboard the destroyer USS Braine. a Pacific Fleet unit which recently participated in exercise "Flying Fox", a major fleet strik- ing and anti-aircraft warfare training exercise off the \\;Vest Coast. the amount of a person's' OAA grant, McArthur said. Other changes that became ef- fective July 1 concern life insur- ance contracts of welfare recip- ients, clarification of procedure in determining when a rempient's home may be declared a non-ex- empt resource if it h's been aban- doned, role of step-parent living with the mother in an ADC home, and situations in which foster-care children may receive ADC bene- fits. Regarding employable recipients who are unemployed McArthur said thai the old work relief pro- gram will be expanded during the coming biennium to a new Com- munity Work and Training pro- gram emphasizing training and re- habilitation. TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & Cota 426-6602 YOU'VE GOT TO / PACE 3 Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hardie. Grapcviex,  girl, July 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eldrcd P. Bee, 807 South 14th. a boy, July 3. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Long- shore. Sitka, Alaska. a bob, , July 5. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Khohte Route 1, Box 145. a boy, July 6. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dronen 706 1st St., Hoquiam, a girl, July 9. Look into the payroll savings plan where you work. It's a safe, Completely automatic way to save. and it gives you a big bonus of freedom-- -with interest,. SHE1LTON Ll[.,llg Sat., July 13 MUSIC BY THE TUNE TOPPERS III III I WHAT'S NEW? WHAT O0 YOU HAVE FORSALE? WHY SHOULb'POTENTIAL BUYERS DO BUSINESS WiTH YOU? n The only way for everyone to know about your business is for YOU to tell the story. If you want your prospects to know.., if you want to give your business special meaning., excitement., interest., it means taking ad- vantage of every opportunity to tell people what yew can do for them, ADVERTISING, IS THE ANSWER IN THE EASY TERMS % NEW! Thrifty. Famnly FRIGID00RE MONDAY, FRIDAY: 8 A.M. TILL 5:30 P.M. SATURDAY: 8 A.M. TILL 4:30 P.M. Model" FDS-13T-1 13.24 cu. ft, SHELTOH 1st and PINE -- 426-4393 REFRIGERATOR o Glant100-lb: zet0zone freezer with separate insulated door. Spacious refrigerator section never needs de- frosting. Twin Hydratorsstore nearly /4 bushel fruits and vegetables. PlUs room galore on deep-shelf storaedoorl Summer Special ,248 with operating trade Z>At00 ONLW I