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December 26, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "&apos;Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shetton, Washington PAGE 9 Carefully Over The Holidays! + • i !i Έ'! i • •:::/• Z : ": ;: :/ : :': i •I;; ]!;:< : :ii; )I FROM FARNUM AND LILLIE LOITZ Greeting drawn by Margaret Surratt Age 11 Bordeaux School WIHGARD'S SPORT SHOP ., 'Yi! i'!i  i ! ": ):L: ,,!ii  ,;i;: iil, i!i; 'i I 'i i"i ' ,i, ,i:i ',, :  if,, ii ii,i ,ii!i  i,   , ....  i  i!'i iii i'i  >i'ii !'iii   , + ', '+21i GREETING BY JACKIE CRUICKSHANK Age 11 Bordeaux School MASON COUNTY SAVINGS AND LOAN MASON COUNTY TITLE INSURANCE CO. GIRL'S CLUB COLLECTS TOYS .TOY COLLECTION--Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus ry ou. one of the many tqs Collected by Shelton High School students during the annual Girl's Club toy drive. Forest Fire Record In 1963 Is Good In View Of Hazard Potential • Pacific Northwest citizens have received a Christmas present ahead of time in the form of thou- sands of acres of forests that were saved from fire in 1963. J. Herbert Stone, regional for- ester of the U. S. Forest Service, said that although 1,823 fires blackened 7,345 acres of National Forest lands in Oregon and Wash- ington during 1963, the record is considered good in view of the high fire hazard stemming from the Columbus Day, 1962, blowdown timber. In the 1962 season, by c°mpari- son,'1,228 fires on Pacific North- west forests were held to 3,672 acres. With tons of +downed trees and debris littering timber lands in Oregon and "Washington after the Oct. 12, •1962, storm, foresters were fearful that 1963 would be one of the worst fire years in history: THE FACT THAT it didn't hap- pen can be attributed to three factors, Stone • pointed out: "We had fine cooperation from the forest risers. The weather was favorable. And fire suppression forces carried out their work quickly and effectively, resulting in an average loss of only 4.02 acres per fire ou the National Forests." Of the total fires in 1963 on National Forests in Oregon and Washington, 565 were man-caused, while the rest were blamed on lightning. This is a far better re- cord  than the national average, which shows tliat 9 out of 10 fires are man-caused. COOL AND WET weather of 1963 made it one of the best fire years weatherwi3e, since 1948, according to Forest Service mete- orologists. There were some cri- tical periods, particularly east of the Cascades. The biggest fire of the year on the National Forests of the Pacific Northwest Region came late in the season, Oct. 21, when a fast-moving blaze swept 2,900 acres of range and timber land near Chelan on the renat- chee National Forest. Stone praised Northwest news media for their efforts in stimu- lating public awareness of the in- creased fire danger resulting from the hlowdown hazard+ He cautioned that much of the debris from the Columbus Day, ]962, storm and susequent salvage logging will still be on the ground in 1964, and a severe fire year is considered a better-than-even pro- spect. Christian Science Services Are Set The s'cientific nature of Christ- ianity will be explored in next Sunday's Bible Lesson at all Christian Science churches. Scriptural readings will include this verse from Isaiah 51:4): "Harken unto me, my people; anO give ear unto me, O my nation: for a law shall proceed from me. and I will make my judgment to rest for a light of the people." Selections from the denomina- tional textbook will include these lines: "Our Master taught no mere theory, doctrine, or belief. It was the divine Principle of all real being which he taught and prac- tised" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 26). The Lesson is entitled. "Christ- ian Science." The University of Washington is one of nine major institutions of the Western Hemisphere tak- ing part in an Organization for Tropical Studies to conduct teach- ing and research programs in tro- pical biology. by Lane Premo The annual Girl's Club toy drive at Shelton High School last weel netted a good collection for the Jaycees, who are in charge of the community dtve. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus pre- sided over the activities during the toy drive. They were Marcia Smith and Kay Loertscher, both seniors. Chairman of the drive were Nan- cy Brooks, Max(no Tozier ana Mazw Johnsen. Miss Margare Baldwin. Girl's Club Supervisor, said it was one of the most successful toy drives Christmas Party is Time Of Joy For The H, E. Wolden Family By Veta Holtort There are Christnms parties, and ttere are Christmas parties, but there wasn't any which could have brought more joy to a fami- ly than did the XVolden gathering last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rae were hosts to this traditional affair in their.home at .t05 C. Street. Mr ahd Mrs. I-L E, Wolden en- joyed the presence of eight of their nine children and their spou- ses, 26 grandchildren, and 3 great- grandchildren. A large Christmas dinner and a gift" exchange featured the occa- sion, Each family supplied enter- tainment, and there are some ar- tists amongst them. The party wouldn't have been complete without Santa. of course who was there to hear the wishes of the smaller members of the family. Eyes were as big as sau- cers when Santa entered the room. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. . Wolden, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ogden and Bellaine. the Ken Voldens. Gary, Carol and Bill, plus the Bob Ogdens and Robyn, Mike's new bride, Alice, who attends Tea- chers College in Bellingham, along with Mr. ,'tnd Mrs. Ar Wolden, Luanne and Donald, the Boyd Wetters witi Brian. Shelley, Brent Margaret Ann and Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wolden and their five children, Debra. Kathy, Mark, Ja- net and Chris. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rae, the hosts, with their four girls, Debbic. Dawn, Dale and Di- ana, the Bob Woldens and their four children, Michelle, Kimberly, Jeff and Tammy; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putvin. daughter of the Tom Ogdens, with Lori, Vickie and Erie. Mike Ogden, son of the Bob Og- dens, and David Mathews. son of the Tom Ogdens were unable to attend, both serving with the U. S. Coast Guard, Mike in Ketchi- kan. Alaska. and David at Alame- da. California. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Wolden of An- chorage, Alaska were unable to attend. The A. M. Graf's dear friends , of the famny were also there. in recent years. The Jayettes were + This is a real treat to see this pleased with the bundles delivered" large family get together each by the students for the community year like this. More of us should drive. follow this example. NORTH HASON SCHOOL HEWS Home Rooms Decorate Christmas Trees Provided By Student Council; Vacation Started Friday by Margie Green all attending the Christmas Con- BUSINESS Auto Glass • Expert Installs tion JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 DIRECTORY Heating • Safety check • Clean-up • Minor & major repairs. STARKEY'S HEATING Sales & Service 514 Elllnor 426-4673 .,, i Barber • Appointments • Wednesday & 'hurs., 9:00 a.m, to 5:30 p.m. PHONE 426-2072 BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP Home Decorating--! • Custom-made Draperies I . Mixed Paints | . Wallpaper ! Hillcrest Home Decorating I 1303 Olympic Hwy, South Beauty , , • Hair Cuts - $1.50 . Shampoo & Set, - $2.00 • Permanents - $7.50 up • Evening Appointments CHRISTMASTOWN SALON 114 S. 4th downtown 426-8643 i Insurance I • DLtbility, Hospitalization ! • Life • Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 Building • New Building • Remodeling Cabinet Making Shelton Home Builders Joe Rank 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Landscaping '1 • Lawns, rookeries, trees shrubs • Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-471B Draperies • Custom made • Free estimates • Work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 wasonry + I I • Brick, Block. Stone • Quality Workmanship • Free Estimates . . Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rto 3, Box 331 426-4480 1 I Thursday morning, during firut period, the members of each home room decorated its Christmas tree donated by the Student Council. All students were to bring decor- ations frora..home, for their tree. Friday. the newspaper staff: dis- tributed the Christmas l]diticfi ot THE NOMAHI NEWS. Later, school was dismissed for vacation. A standard first aid course for wives and mothers is being offer- ed. beginning' Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. at the Belfair Fire Hall. Sponsor- ed by the North Mason PTA's, classes are free except for the First Aid Book which costs 75’. Classes will be two hour sessions limited to 20 pec$1e. Baby sitter service will be provided if needed. For further information you may call Mrs. Frank Fedenk. CR5-5372. Thanks is due the G+A.A. for its fine job 'of mounting our Christmas tree and set of lights on the High School Gym Tuesday. eert W'ednesday evening. Dennis Shelly, ASB President, reports that the next Senior High S t u d e n t Council iVleeting, is scheduled for Jan. 8; school re- sumes Jan 3. Thanks goes to all the band and choir members on an excellent performance Wednesday night at the Concert. Special credit is due Donn Nelson band director, who was rewarded a band baton by the Senior Band. There was no 2nd period Friday to allow for the all-school assem- bly held in the gym at 1:30 p.m. To assist in the improvement of mathematics teaching in high schools, the University of Wash- ington is conducting a special institute during the current aca- demic year for 10 high school teachers from schools in vat'ions parts of the nation, under a pro- gram sponsored by the National Drugs , I • Helena Rubinstein cos- I merits I • Prescriptions • Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Electrical I • House Wiring & rewiring | • Electric Heating I • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Sand, Gravel  -I . Top Soil i • Peat Soil | . Custom Tractor Work I Johns Creek Sand & Gravel | 426-3552 Norm Anderson I sewing Machine • StCes, Service Rentals • New and Used . Free Pickup & Delivery Singer Sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - Olympia Open 'til 9 p.m. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 Electrical , • Fairbanks-iMorse Pumps • Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 Tire Service [ • New OK Tires I • Recapping • Used OK TIRE STORES [ Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 Floor Coverings Travel ..... • Linoleum • Air - Rail - Steamship • Tile . Bus - Hotels - Tours • Carpeting . No Extra Charge For . Formica Our Service Anple Travel Res. Center REX FLOOR COVERING 401 Hailroad Ave 426-8272 Mt. View Ph. 426.2292 426-4134 Printing TV Service ,,, • Quality Work i • Radio - TV- / ! • P.honographs of All Kinds • CB 2-way radio THE JOURNAL LEROY'S TV SERVICE 227 Cots Phone 426-#412 I Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 I The decorations were enjoyed by Science Foundation. FROM CHRISTHAS , uun m • ,, TO OHRISTHAS The Gilt That h To Please THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH IS A SUBSCRIPTION To The $4.50 a year inside Mason County $5.00 a year outside Mason County We Send a Gift Card with Each Gift Subscription from all of us at... A Subsidiary of P, N. Hirsch & Co, Greeting drawn by GUY PARSONS 11 years old 6th Grade Evergreen School +