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December 26, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE 14 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in ':Ghrsfmatown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washing[o- i Thursday, December 26, Greeting drawn by Peggy Senn Grade 5 Bordeaux School SLOANE INSURANCE AGENCY | //::1 ; I GREETING BY JOE McCLANAHAN . Aft 9/a TO Bordeaux School i SAEGER'S MO R SHOP on Hiilcrest 'Junior Fire Marshals Launch Yule Fire Drive Boys an girls in the elementary schools in Shelton and Mason County are putting the seal of safety on the Christmas holidays. The youngsters are members o the Junior Fire Marshal program, and this year they are putting on a campaign to reduce the number of fires and accidents that occur during the holiday season. An unusual and colorful part of the pupils' campaign will be the use of special seals stressing safe- ty in connection with seasonal fire hazards, automobiles and playtime activities. "Unfortunately, statistics show that the Christmas and New Year's holidays are one of the worst times o fthe year for fires and accidents," points out A. Roy Dunn. The A. Roy Dunn agency is sponsoring the Junior Fire Mar- shal program in Mason County as part of a national fire preven- tion and safety program of The Hartford Insurance Group. THE JUNIOR FIRE Marshal safety seals will focus attention on the need to take particular care during the holidays. The seals which come in three different de- signs, carry these reminders: "Obey Traffic Signals," "Avoid Accidents/Ply Safe," and "Watch Out For Fire." The youngsters will put the seals on Christmas gifts, party in- vitations, Christmas cards, letters and thank-you notes. The seals are furnished to the youngsters free of charge and are not for gale, adds Dunn. As another part of their cam- paign, the Junior Fire Marshals will make Christmas tree safety tags. The tags will list the was(s to prevent the danger of the tree catching on fire while in the house. The JFM list will carry these reminders: 1. Stand trce in water or bucket of wet sand. 2. Check tree lights for frayed wire. loose sockets. 3. Keep tree away from radiator, fireplace and doors. 4. Use only fire-resistant decor- ations. 5. Turn off tree lights when you go out. 6. Keep gift wrappings and elec- tric trains away from tree. 7. When needles start to fall, re- move tree from house. The youngsters in Mason Coun- ty are joining 4,500,000 Junior Fwe Marshals in 10,000 communi- ties across the Country in the 'pecial holiday safety campaign. hays and girls qualified as Junior Fire Marshals during Nationa Fire Prevention Week (October) ny completing fire inspections oi their own homes. The Junior Fire ]Iarshal pro- gram is , year-round activity in the schools. Since it was starLecl by The Hartford in 1947, more than 35,000,000 youngsters have learned fire prevention and safety 4s Junior Fire Marshals. Grapeview Students Present Christmas Program At School GRAPEVIEW --- The beautiful and traditional story of Christ- mas once agam drew together an expectant and appreciative aud- ience at the Grapev]ew Grade- school Thursday evening for the school children's annual program. Mrs. Olson's "Little Room" char- reed family and friends with their sweet songs, recitations and the play in which they were "Teach- ing Tille" the true meaning of Christmas. Mr. Zehe's upper gra- des presented "The Road to Beth- lehem" which told the story of the Nativity, accompanied by appro- priate and lovely songs. Intersper- sed through-out the program was the singing of well-known and much loved Christmas carols, with everyone present invited to par- ticipate. Just as the entire school was coming to the end of their last song, a jolly "Hal Ha! HoW boom- ed out from behind the stage and ty, the Grapeview Mothers' Club served home-made cookies, punch and steaming hot coffee, provid- in a perfect opportunity for a bit of friendly visiting while the youngsters enjoyed their gifts. THAT PERSONABLE young pro-school couple, appearing on the program, complete with reci- tation, were none other than Mas- ter "Ray-Ray" Freeman and Miss Kristi Somers. A young man very much enjoy- ing being included in this happy gathering was Master Mark Wal- ters of Portland. who has been a house guest of his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long. Mark "escorted .... Auntie" Marge Hall to the entertainment. The Mothers' Club extends its thanks to the Fair Harbor Grange for its donation, so helpful in mak- ing the pleasant evening possible. who should appear but Santa Susan and Janie Pogreba had Claus, his sack bulging with toys, a wonderful time Wednesday even- gifts and goodies for all tho good ing when their grandparents, Mr. children. Mrs. Olson, Mrs, Hill- and Mrs.-Orville Kager, treated them to a trip to Tacoma. Not man, Mr. Zehe and Mr. Bucking- only were they able to Christmas ham must have been good girls shop but "dinner ouI" was enjoy- and boys for there were gifts and fringe benefits provided (even ed by all. without the benefit of mistletoe-). Les Soule and long-time friend The final and unrehearsed number L. W. Brubaker had quite a slim- on the program was an invitation ulating evening last week in Ta- to "Sing Along With Santa" and coma when they attended the an- all joined in to sing "Silent Night". nual Lincoln Lions' Club football Following all this joyous activi- banquet iven in honor of the Lincoln Highschool football squad. Guest speaker for the evening was , ............................... , none other than man-of-the hour { { Jim Owens, head coach of the U. 'What's ' Doing ' of W. Huskies. { | While the men were lending an i Among Our { ear to this celebrity, Mrs. Soule ' ' and Mrs. Brubaker enjoyed the i cuisine and scenery of the Cliff =, SERVICEMEN:00 .ou00o o. | allup. There they attended the Puyallup Methodist Church's Christmas-in-many - lands' O p e n ' ' House. Five hones, representing Gary P. Getty, seaman appren- the Yuletide season as celebrated lice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. in Switzerland. Norway, Sweden, William C. Getty, Shelton, was among the first crew members to report aboard the newly commis- sioned guided missile destroyer USS Goldsborough at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton. Daniel W. Pierce, fireman ap- prentice, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Pierce, Union, was among the first crew mem- bers to report aboard the newly commissioned gnided missile de- stroyer USS Goldsborough at Pu- get Sound Naval Shipyard in Bre- merton. Ronahl %V. Hicks,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Hicks,, and Ehh)n L. Todd, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. Todd, Sr., all of Shelton. completed basic training Dec. 13 fit the ]aval Training Center. San Diego, Calif. The nine-week training includes naval orientation, history and or- ganization, seamanship, ordnance and gmnery, military drill, first aid and survival. VERNON C. STUCK, chief boatswain's mate, USN, son of Mr. S h Sale and Mrs. F. H. Stuck of Route 3, Shelton, is participating in a coor- dinated U,.S. and Government o the Republic of China amphibious exercise titled 'Big Dipper". while serving aboard the dock landing ship USS Point Defiance along . the coast of Southern Taiwan. The oxercise involves some 3,000 INrVENTO00Y Navy andMarine Corpsperson- " , nel, 20 ships and 100 aircraft of the U.S. Seventh Fleet. These ALL MERCHANDISE * HOUSE SLIPPERS * SHOES * BOOTS * PACS " PURSE " HOSIEllY " TENNIS SHOES " OXFORDS " FLATS " HEELS " POLISH 125 Railroad Ave. forces conducted amphibious and airborne landing assault over sep- arate beaches on D-day, Dec. 2 to destroy and expel a hypotheti- cal aggressor force which has at- tacked and invaded Taiwan. FRANK L. WINKELMAN, ra- darman second class, USN, son o Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Winkel- man, Shelton, recently re-enlist- ed for six years. He is serving aboard the sub- marine, USS Menhaden, operating out of San Diego, Calif. Winkelman also recently receiv- ed the coveted Silver Dolphins, the insignia worn by enlisted person- nel who complete a 6-rod. training program on board a submarine. Before receiving the dolphins, each man is examined on subma- rine systems and operating pro- cedures by his leading petty offi- cers and commissioned officers. Douglas R. Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lestcr, Shel- ton, completed basic training Dec. 6, at the Naval Training Center, San Diego., Calif. The nine-week training includes naval orientation history ahd organization, seaman- ship, ordnance and gunnery, mili- tary drill, physical fitness, first aid and smcival. Army SP/4 Phill A, Skinner,. whose wife. Alta. lives in Shelton -took part with other members of the 7th Infantry Division in Exer- cise "Strong Shield", a field train- ing maneuver in Korea. The exercise, which ended in late November. was designed to test the combat readiness of for- 'ces c]efending the Republic of Korea: The 20-year-old soldier, a tank crewman in Company C of the 73rd Armor's 1st Battalion, en- tered the Army in May 1961. He is a .1962 graduate of Car- bon High School in Price. Utah. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ar- nold M. Skinner, Price, Utah. Vernon C. Stuck, chief boats- wain's mate, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Stuck, Shelton, is ser- ving aboard the dock landing ship TSS Point Defiancc with the Seventh Fleet in tle Western Pa- cific. While in the Western Pacific the ship will participate in fleet operations and exercses, and vis- it ports in the Orient. Point De- fiance nmmlly operates out of Long Beach, Calif. France and the United States, wen corned them with the hosts and hostesses appropriately and au- thentically costumed. A most in- spirmg and worthwhile benefit. indeed ! We are indeed sorry to learn of the passing of Lewis Pierce of Portland. Oregon. Mr. Pierce who is the nephew of Bill Stoudt was known to a number of local people as a very personable and friendly acquaintance. Ronald P. Hash, machinist's mate second class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Hash, of Potlatch, is serving aboard the nuclear-powered submarine USS Andrew Jackson Recently a Polaris A-3 missile was successfully launched for the first time fi'om the submerged Jackson. The ship was about 30 miles off Cape Kennedy when she launched the missile down the Atlantic mis- sile test range. HIKER'S HALF YEARLY SHOE SALE Of Women's Fine Footwear NOW IN PROGRESS (Only Twice A Year At These Savings) Women's FasMon Shoes (All Nationally Known Brands) Red Cross Fianeee's $790 Socialites m Paradise Kittens Regular Town & .Cmtry Heels $10.99 tu Cangem Coeds to Naturalizers Ci-Ranno  $17.99' l Cobbie's Sl 90 Penaljo --I Peacock Our Complete Stock of Women's Values to { 9t Naturalizer's Shoes , Sale " Women's Casual Footwear (All, Nationally Known Brands) Hush Puppies Town & Country Skooter's Soft  and Mello's Shindigs Cobbie's Berkeley Brogues Regular $5 90```` $7.99 to s79o $:to.99 One Lot of Childrens Shoes w,uos,o ,29 o 7.99 Sale I Miller's00 No  ExchangeSshoeO RcfUndDepteo t!! 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