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PACE 2 }tLTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Chr{stmastowL U.g.A.", helton, Washington ThursdaY, i::r::: Grid Show " Kiwanians Serve Part'00,kes I OBITUARIES Aug. ]7 '+ ...... Henry Garrison CHRIS BURFORD, pass- catching ace of he Kansas City Chiefs. vill be just one of many stars on hand whea the Kansans play the Oak- land Raiders in UW stadium, August 17, ,,n , ... NEW... LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight. i Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. Highest powered Super-powered for smoother mowing. Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. in Short.,. LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market] Priced from $69.95 SAEGER MOTOR SHOP On Hillcrest Il V P%II IO art J't. rkl'*/'t :) I --rlWdlilai| elitist lllJ )an cakes on the club's pancake cooking machine Sunday. A crowd of about 875. smller than in Each year the bald eagle builds a new nest on top of the former one. The result is that some get right sizable. One nest near St. Petersburg, Florida, has been building for 40 years. It is now 20 feet high and 9fi feet across. It is estimated to weigh several tons. Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest "We Service What We Sell" Jd[ ) t;il' 9 ttJ I'1 |((] OUt nUI tile u I+ed K [ :-l(:. r U|.IU raised are donated to the city's Summer Recreation swimming program. i FORESTS Sunless Summer Keeps Fire y;nog:00D::: ' Perhaps this summer may go down in history for having the poorest weather on record, but at least one area of the Pacific Northwest has benefited--the for- ests. Searing sun and lack of rain have n,: been common oc- currences this summer, thus our trees have been relatively safe from man's 'carelessness which BREADWINNER! Your regular income is vital to the happiness and security of your family. But this income could be -:+ cut off quickly--and pe-=  haps for a long time--s the result of accident or sickness. Ask about our new Guaranteed Renew- able Income Protection pl=n Angle Agency Herb Angle Angle Bldg. Dick Angle 426-8272 causes so many of our fires. Sometimes, though, a few days of warm weather plus fire preven tion forgetfulness equals dry con= ,diti0n which make our forests ex- tremely vulnerable to the care less smoker or camper. At the latter part of last week our cottn- ty enjoyed some of Mr. Sunshine's countenance--pledge yourself now to be just as careful during these intervening periods of cloudy, warm, dry weather for consistent carefulness will reap its own re- , wards. , :: :i: :]: + MOST FOLKS, when they think of the loss from a forest fire b think only about the timber de- L ] stroyed. But equally grave is the ; damage done to the country's wa- , ter supply. Normally the soft floor of the natural forest, with I its accumulation of fallen leaves, vegetation and humus, acts as a , sponge, holding back rain water * and allowing the water to seep , gradually into the soil. Water thus retarded sinks into the ground, ; replenishing springs, adding" to the water table and eventually reap- ) pear|fig as clear, pure streams. * t When .the forest floor and the i iefi are burned, the water oftez runs off swiftly in the form of  floods, causing disaster and even death. Such water is heavily silted. It pollutes the streams, fills the reservoirs with mud. and kills fish. Records have shown that the flood flows from burned areas may ) be increased up to 100 times and + i erosion rates from 20 to 40 times over unburned areas. The fore- * going account relates how fire can burn water to prevent this disast er as well as others from occur- ! ring in our forests please try to remember Smokey's ABC's, Ahvays break matches in two! , Be sure fires are out cold- k Crush all smokes dead t Carless- - , hess Kills Tomorrow's Trees too. B AETNA CASUALTY AND SURELY COMPANY HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT Succumbs At 90 Henry Garrison. Rt. 2. Box 664. Shelton. was taken by death July 29 in the Shelton General Hospital. Born Sept. 15. ]873 in Tracyton, Wash. Garrison had been a Mason County resident for the past 40 years. Eervices will be held at 11 a.m. I Saturday, August 3, at the Bat- stone Funeral Home. Interment in |:he, Tracyton Cemetery will fol- lo.  with tlev. Charles lVigton of- ficiating'. 2 Survivm's include his wife. Mrs. mman Garrmon of Shelton and ] t son. I[cnry Gar|'ison. Jr. of Shel- ".on. Lifetime Resident Of Mason County Passes Last Week Thomas A. Kelley, Route 1, Box 39. She|ton, died at his home July 24. A lifetime resident of Mason County, Kelley was born Oct. 7, i893 in ]Vatloek. He worked for Simpson Timber Co. as a railroad engineel" prior to his retirement Services were held at 2 p.m. last Monday at the Batstone Fun- eral Home with Rev. Horace Mmmts officiating. Interment in Shelton Memorial Park followed. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Thomas Kelley of Shelton; two sons, Tom Kelley, Jr., of Kodiak, Alaska and Richard Kelley of A1- dez,ood Manor, Washington; three sisters. Mrs. Lucie Voss of Brem- erton, Mrs. Hazel McCollum of Seattle and Mrs. Margaret Spauld- ing of Elms; and two brothers, Archie Kelley of Matlock and Jake Kelley of Shelton. Other survivors ihclude 13 grandchildren. Edward Bariekman Funeral Is Friday THE CLASSIFIED AD columns I of the Shelton-Mason County Journal are one big happy "sur- prise party" for those looking to buy, sell, trade, rent or whatev- er. You'll be amazed and de- lighted at how often you'll find exactly what you're seeking... in anything from a new home to a new job! A classified ad of your own, too, will often work wonders.., at very small cost. For surprising RESULTS . . . read and use the classified ad columns in the EDWARD BARIEKMAN Edward Bariekman. St. 3. Box 570, Shelton, was taken by death July 29 in the Shelton General HosPital. He was born June 26, 1883 in Illinois. Services will be nela at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Eugene Knautz officiating. Interment in the Shel- ton Memorial Park will follow. He is survived by two sons, 5ohn and Clarence Bariekman. both of Shelton; three daughters, Mrs. Bella Ames of Shelton, Mrs. Gladys Grimes of Shelton and Mrs, Daisy Vosahlo of Elk, Wash.; a Bridal Shower At Dayton Home Honors Recentiy-Harried Woman l]y Mahel l(idd DAYTON Mrs. Ernest LoerL- scher Jr.. nee Beatrice Nason. was honored at a bridal shower on Monday evening in the home of Mrs. \\;Varren Williams. Hanging over the gifl table was a large white bell with streamers running to tle fireplace. Tle refreslmtent table was centered with a lovely bol/qllet of many colored sweet peas and graced by a beautiful white horseshoe cake decorated with pink roses baked and decor- sled by the hostess. Entertainment for the guests was a bride game. Present fez the evening of enjoymeut were Mes- dames. Walt Eash. tLm Moore. James D(mherty, Bruce MeQuil- kin. Fritz Buechel. Dick Leonard, John Anderson. Gary I)ilhm. Ern- est Loertscher Sr. Louis Pfundt. Rudy Loert:-:cher. A. E. Lemke. Edward Bunnell. Ralph Killough, T. A. Tibbits. Harry Kidd. Pete Roberts. Mrs. Carrie Barker. Kar- lene MeLain Jane and Linda Vil- liams. Unable to atten:l but send- ing gifts were Mrs. Bernard Loert- scher Mrs Cliff Combs. Mrs. Har- old Kidd. Mrs. Esther Kidd. Mrs. Gertrude Scott and Mrs. Jim Ev- ans. Our heartfelt sympathies are ex- tended to Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Lem- ke in the loss of his brother. Car- son Lemke of San Jose, Calif., Sunday evening. We welcome to our conmmnity Mr. and Mrs. Ned Jacobsen and children formerly of Hoodsport, who are making their home on the Highland Road in tte hmne form- erly occupied by the Sparks. Mason County 4-H members took over t-he facilities of Pan- handle lake Monday for a week of fun and learning. Recent visitors in the Dayton Peak home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Needham were her mother, Mrs. Mary Vyla:,l and sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gould and two children of Havre, Mont. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. E!zy Clelland attd Mr. and Mrs. Carf A. Nelson of Shel- ton. daughters of Mrs. Vylasek, who had not visited here for 20 years. Birthday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts on Monffay evenmg were Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Roberts and Mrs Nena Rob- erts of Shelton and Sugar Town- end of Cloquallum. Rictmrd was the honor guest in his parent's home. Sharon Moffatt of Shelton spent the weekend as housegnest of Dor- is Hickson. Sheri Chappcll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell, is spending this week in Wynooche Vallez with Mr. anal Mrs. Blair Thompson. Visitors on Saturday and Sun- day in the John Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Dyson and children of Shelton MONDAY, Mr. and Mrs. John Gates and ehildre Pam and Don- a!d of Kirkland dropped in for a few minutes to visit with her sister, Mrs. Pete Roberts. The ates were on their way to Ocean Shores. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Johnson and Mrs. Alta Lamb, STelton. called on lrs. Scab Combs. bringing with them a belated birthday cake. Leslie Pearson, Seattle, came home Friday with grandpa Combs to spend the weekend. Mrs. Gertrude Scott had with Graveside Service her last week her daughter. Mrs. George Purves and daughters of Kent. Mrs. Pro'yes left Tuesday but the girls stayed the rest of the week. I Mrs. J. W Rayson retutted l.q)me on Smtday after spending several weeks with her daughtel and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton of TacoXna. Even with her arm still in a sling, she manages lo carry on her, housework. Mrs, A. E. Lemke accompanied by her dang!ter, Mrs. Cecil Mc- Lain of Kent so.lured to Seattle to the. home of another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Wolden to help her celebrate her birthdv. Mrs. Robert Lemke and child- ren of Seattle are spending two weeks at their Lake Nahwatzel cabin with Bob joining them for the weekeuds. MRS. WALTER Chappell and children called on the Hank Chap- )ells of Matlock on Sunday. Mrs. Hans Lund and family are enjoying a visit from her sister and children. Mrs, Albert Allen of Grayland who are staying the week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Claude McIrvin and Allan and Susan Harvey camped out over the weekend at Sekiu and came home with six nice sahnon. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd motor- ed to Port Orchard Sunday a'long with the Eldon Todds and dined in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ROb- crt Todd. Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Todd and Donald had been to Se- kiu fishing end brought back 18 nice salmon. Sunday callers in the Joe C. Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carney. Sally Einarsson an d Susan Bloom'field are spending this week at Panhandle Lake 4-H camp. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris and Mrs. Sarah Lozier. Mrs: Marie Fish and Randy Farrington of Olympia. Mrs. Ella Crowell of Matlock called in the afternoon. Mrs. Connie Fraisure and boys of Shelton were Wednesday cal- lers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter visited Saturday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. John Ar- nold. Hi Used '62  Ton sp( det '62 Ford Long up - 3 6 cylinder" '60  Ton Power - '60 .i Ton Hubs - '52  Ton base - '52 Stude  Ton speed. '51 Inte, 1 Ton No spin 6 ply '50 1 Ton Engine - '47 i Ton Kimbel Chrysler I 707 So. First St. SHOE SAL ODDS & ENDS sister Mrs. Ida Smith' of Toledo, Washington; seven grandchimren For Gus Rosber,,.,, and seven great grandchildren. August "Gus" Rosberg passed ALL SALES away July 25 in the Shelton Man- Last Rites Held or Nursing Home. Born December um B 5, 1882 in Helsingborg, Sweden, IIIL For Lottie Morris he has no known, relativeS.o .... --illg---- Rev Carl Carmen tnczated at L0ttie Ellen Morris, Star Route the graveside service, which was 1," Box 89, Union, passed away held at 1 p.m. yesterday. | i i July 23 in Shelton. She was born  I " April 18, 1887 in Red Bhfff, Calif. Services were held at 2 p.m. last Thursday at the Batstone Fu- t neral Home with the Rev. Charles Dixon officiating. Cremation and iriterment at the Fernhill Ceme- tery in Aberdeen followed. ;She is survived by her son, Dwight L: Morris of Union and a grandson, John Morris of the LLS. Army: Gez'many. Other sur- C Ill 1 120 Leather Vivors include many nieces and WHITE riuvt 127 Ladies nephews. = = ms.= ,, = 620 i -- 19 "' R tes In Canada c per roll Va,ue For irvin F. Rowe COLORING RI SUMMER HAl R COMFORTERS $8.45 BORG Assorted Summer Vycron-filled - $10 value $ $1.09 ValU"S McConkey's Drug Evergreen Square STRAW HATS 79" Howland rubber CHILDREN'S $699 Irvin F. Rowe, P.O. Box 426, Grapeview, passed away at his home July 26. He was born Jan. 14, 1894 in Riverside Town, Mich. Funeral services were held in Port Alberni, B.C., with inter- ment In th Port Alberni Memor- ial Cemetery following. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Maude E. Rowe of Grapeview; a son, Donald B. Rowe of Port AI- bern|, B.C.: and three daughters; Mrs. Ervene Kerin of Port A1- bern|, B:C., Mrs. Evelyn Rudd of St. Clair Mills, B.C.. and Mrs. Venice Forsythe of. Port Alberni. He is also survived by two bro- thers; Ben Rowe of Flint, Mich., and Melvin Rowe of Blending, Michigan and two sisters;, Mrs. Eugene Mitchell of Vancouver, B.C, and Mrs. Leona tester of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. C. Dickinson, 90, Claimed By Death Clarence C Dickinson, 1520 Boundary, Shelton. died July 23. He was born January 9. 1873 in Stewartsville, linn. Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. last Friday at the Arling- ton Cemetery in Arlington, Wash. Survivors include two sons, Ar- thur 13. Dickinson of .Sawyer's Bar, Calif. and Melvin /Dickinson of Seattle; a daughter, Mrs. Fern Sehmelzer of Culver City, Calif.; two graridchildren. WEAR ++ Choice 98 Men's Kathy GradU $6 qs SAN