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August 22, 1963

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22, 1963 SHELTON--MAZON COUNTY JOUP, NAL-- Public, bed in Ch'r{,#nm,fov, n, U.,%A.", helton, Wachinon - PACE Ec girls were on their Jack Jeffery's class of whom will be [all. put on a annual Voca- Family Life at Mr. Taho- near Tacoma YVed- in front economics tea- Their de- aded the proper furniture in a m accordance with and usefulness. girls included Lynn Burfiend. Rhoades, Pat- Charrier. Kim and Cindy accompanied Feted Miss Dian of Jerry lIal- last Thursday Col- and Mrs. Chet the Dombroski of pink and in the urn- made of net flowers and played were Locke and Women Attend Red Cross Meet Cascade Council of American Red Cross held their August meet- ing at Western State Hospital, with Mrs. Ann Monaghan. Coor- dinator of Volunteer Services, as hostess. Representing Mason C o u nty were Marian Johnson. Mrs. Paul lYelch, and Emily Babrock. who I contributed cookies from severaz Mason County d o n ors. They brought prizes for games from the VFW auxiliary. The Gray Lady chairman Hi: Western State Hospital mentioned that the women patients enjoy i"dolling up' and she expressed a request for new or used jeweh'y and other cosmetics that could be used as prizes for games. Cookies, for parties in the T.B. wards are also appreciated. Main speaker at the meeting was Albert L. Menli. Activities Super- visor at the hospital. Following luncheon the group was taken on hospital tours, con- ducted by some of the 21 students from colleges across the natron, vto are doing volunteer work at the hospita.1 this summer. These students are selected by the Amer- ican Friends Service Committee. the Unitarian-Universalist World Service and the Western Inter- state League for Higher Educa- tion. Mrs. Don Woods. Other guests at- tending included DOn_ha Wolfe, La- nd Mclnelly, Darlene Bloomfield, Penny Kimbel, Cathy Heuston, Su- san Woods. Deenie Dudley, and Betty Temple. Sending gifts and unable to attend were Sue MaN lory, Janet Temple, Sherry Kent and Karen Doran. Pantorium's 0000ErUL N I'N G I' 1/ FORESTS i"h B Lorraine Demhr of hal 'other boss. Snile t e "With a Ranger's hat and shov- Bear. At that point the audience el and a pair of dungerees and I have reached a common For Your HOOL CLOTHES rate A for Appearance (We also make alterations) pre-school rush. Phone for Mondays thru Fridays. RIUM CLEANERS SIRVICE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Ph. 426-3371 You will find him in the Forest always sniffin at the breeze. People stop and pay attention when he tells 'era to beware. Cuz everybody knows that he's the fire prevention bear." Many youngsters at various camps I have visited this summer have sung this song, and yet nei- ther the tune nor the words seem to grow old. It would be difficult to estimate the extent to which his image reminds people about "Keep Green" and using caution in our forests. In fact the idea of a Smokey, the fire prevention bear. has enjoyed the greatest amount of success of any "gim- mick" of this type to convey a theme. DID YOU KNOW that there is a living Smokey the Bear? I us- ually tell the campers a part of Smokey's story when I say to them that Smokey lives in a zoo in Washington D.C. Since he couldn't make it here tonight, he sent me as his helper. I have found that by saying I work for the Mason County For- est Festival Association. a "keep green" movement in our county, may be unfamiliar with some tourists and camp youngsters. To remedy this my next sen- tence makes the picture a little clearer---"You've probably heard BARGAINS Pearl Erasers IIhee Folders Carters 98 Papermate Paste Pens 19. 69 Paper 79 48's Crayolas 49 500 sheets 89 ( ,,simpson,, College or wide rule reg. $1.29 pkg. " rig s198 s ram oo "s Drug Center 0000'"'"426-3456Square /.:/ - , e MARRIED 50 YEARS AGO in Olympia, Wn. was Allena Loomis of Olympia and Elliot Beebe Spring, Jamestown, New York. The couple was united on September 4, 1913. They moved to James- town in 1918 with their small daughter, Katherine. Twin sons, Bob and Ira were born in Jamestown, and shortly after their birth the family moved back west where they made their home in Shelton. "E. B." had his own accounting office in Shelton until he retired in 1960, Mr. and Mrs. Spring retired to a lovely trailer court, full of social life, at Lynnwood, Wn. Their three children. Katherine Byars, Bob and Ira Spring are honoring them with a reception on August 24. Guests will include 8 grand- children and 1 great granddaughter. So cial Eve n ts Society Editor Jenny Knautz . Phone 426-4412 It's A Date Today, Thursday, Aug. 22 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Fridtty, Aug. 23 Irene S. Reed Alumni Assn. rummage sale. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 423 Raih'oad Ave. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall. Masofi County Fair 7:30 p.m. presentation of the flag; 6 to 8 p.m. Salmon Barbecue; 7:45 p.m. L"4uare dance demonstration, lim- bo contest. Saturday Aug. 24 Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. Mason County Fair --- 1 p.m. Calf ridiug; 1 to 6 p.m. Beef Bar- becue; 2 p.m. Horse Show. Gym- kana: Calf Auction: 7:30 p.m. Specialty Act, 4-H Dress Revue and Style Show. Sunday, Aug. 25 ground because young and old can Shelton churches invite you to safely guess that the context of attend the ohm'oh of your choice. my speech centers on preventing J Moose Lodge family picnic, all forest fires, day Maple Beach. Mason County Fair- 1 p.m. The idea of having a Smokey Pig scramble; 2 p.m. Motorcycle BeaY was first born in the mind of an artist in 1945. but the live scrambles, nail driving co].tegt, animal part was not east until games for kids, bicycle obstacle 1950 when a small bear cuh sur-race. Monday, Aug. 26 rived a 17,000 acre forest fire] County commission's meeting, which had destroyed his home. I 10 a.m.. courthouse. family and friends. This cub was, Royal Neighbors of America nursed back Lo health by Ray t7:30 p.m., Memorial Hall Bell, a state forester, and his [ Fraternal Leagm Bowlers. 7:30 young daughter. The fire in the Lincoln National Forest in New[ p'm'' Timber Bowl. Tuesday, An. 27 Mexico had received much pub-[ Salvation Army truck, morn- licity, but half as much as the I ing pick-ups phone Mrs. Salts- baby bruin that had escaped the bury, 426-6564 or leave donations disaster, l at 325 North 5th. SMOKEY'g not only a symbol of Goodwill Truck, phone Mrs. fire prevention in the U.S.A.. but his message is carried to Mexico. Australia. Venezuela and Canada. In 1952 congress passed the Smo- key Beaz" act which protects Smo- key from misuse and authorizes the manufacture and sale of com- mercial Smokey items provided they are in good taste and car- ry a fire prevention message. Smokey is a grown bear now but he is still working as hard as ever to remind people to guard against carelessness, the greatest single contributor of needless destruction to our trees. Adults, you can help Smokey by being consistently cautious in every type of weather. Set an ex- ample for your children when driv- ing through the forests, putting out campfires properly, taking care of cigarettes and matches to be sure they're out. Beginning at the grass roots Via our youngsters will have the long-ralge effect of lessening man-caused forest fires. Lentz. 426-4847. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. City Commission's meeting, 8 p.m., City Hail Mason County Drill TemD, 7:30 p.m., PUD building. Ve(lnesday, Aug'. 28 DriVers' license examiner. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Aug. 29 Rotary Club luncheon noon. Ming Tree Care. Mr. Moriah Lodge F. & A. M. No. 11 Called Comnmnication Thursday, Aug. 22 - 7:30 To Confer a 1st degree Glen R. Hufnail, W.M. Arnold Cheney, Secretary Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gravatt, a boy, Star Route 1, Box 60, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Burgson, a girl. Route 2, Box 25. Aug. 16. l Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Lee Nes- tell, a girl, P.O. Box 163, Aug. 17. Mr, and Mrs. James Baysinger, a boy, Route 2, Box 189, Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Huisingh, a boy, Route 3, Box 639, Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McGee a girl, 1819 King, Aug. 20. DEMO RUMMAGE SALE TODAY, TOMORROW The Mason County Democratic Club is conducting its annual rum- mage sate today and tomorrow in ([the PUD 3 auditorium. Mrs. Alice Bleecker is general chairman. grand opening SATURDAY -- NOON TO 5:30 P.M. Door Prizes Free Gifts @ Refreshments THE WAX-N-WOOL SHOP Square Dance Saturday Night Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club will have its regular dance Saturday evening at the Memor- ial Hall. Dancing will begin at 8:30 p.m., followed by a potluck supper at 11:30 p.m. Bennie Berndson of Olympia will be the caller. New square dance lessons will begin on Sept. 10 at Bordeaux school a 8 p.m. and continue each Tuesday evening-for approximate- ly 20 weeks. These lessons are for anyone interested in learning to square dance, as well as learn the basics of round dancing. Also, any- one who has danced and would appreciate a review -s invited. More information can be obtained by contacting either Carl Downing or Clarence Grunert. Use Journal Want Ads 210 South 2nd St. Phone 426-8051 FEATURING Spinneri Yarn Scented Candles . Notsew Ceramics COME IN --, BROWSE  GET ACQUAINTED :Mrs. Carl Morgan, proprietor Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's of- Iligh l,(w l'recii). fice this past week were: lAng. 14 .............. 76 51 -- Richard F. Huddleston. 19. Leb- 1 Aug. 15 .............. 79 5,1 - anon. Ore. and Marjorie Irene Aug. 16 85 ,t7 -- Emsley, I, Shelton. " ............. Dale A. Hall 21. Shelton and Ang' 17 ............. 78 52 Linda M. Hensel. 17 Shelton. ]Aug. 18 .............. 74 54 .05 Arthur B. Luck, legal, Bremer- ! Aug. 19 .............. 70 55 .52 ton and Janine M. Waller, 19, Aug. 20 70 55 .12 remerton. " ............. SAVE on all outdoor Furniture Oisen Furniture Co Weather 328 Cota St. 426-4702 BUD PAULEY DODGE USED CARS 1959 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE =1095 Auto. Trans. V-8 Power Steering - Sharp 1957 PLYMOUTH STA. WGN ............. =795 V-8 - Std. Trans. 1956 PLYMOUTH 4-DR ......................... s595 V-8, Standard transmission. Clean. 1955 CHEV. STA. WGN ........................ =445 2/Dr. - 6 Cyl. Std. Trans. 1956 FORD 2-Dr ....................................... =395 V-8- Overdrive 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr ........................... =545 V-8 - Automatic - Sharp 1954 DODGE 4-Dr ................................... =295 V-8 - Automatic Clean Car 1955 FORD- 6 CYL. O.D ......................... =445 1953 PLYMOUTH CLUB COUPE ........ =245 GET A GOOD DEAL ON A 63 DODGE WHILE WE STILL HAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT OF 63's PALILEY ilOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426-8183 PETffE . JUNIOR DRESSE Young in heart dresses now in petite and junior sizes. Transffional fabrics, colors and year 'round smartness. 5.99--6.99--8.99 SPORTSWEAR GALORE Voted most likely to succeed, ; on, or off, campus.., big, bulky sweaters! The Io0k is "ies sport". Both in sizes 36/40. 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