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US HtSI New Radio Program Planned By Scientists New District Ranger Is Named Here Simpson Twin Infants Succumb At Birth ter Vacation Mi ,et.un an,:, ." • Launching of a new radio The programs are produced Simpson Timber ('ompany's added to improve alignment for Kimberly Ann Miklethun were 'I series was announced this week by the recently-established Film s a w m i I I s a n d t u m b e r the blades on the new thinnerborn and died on December 29 in by William R. Thomas, the and Broadcasting Department of The appointment of Robert remanufacturing plants in Shelton kerf saws on the pony or small log Mason General Hospital. ,od andi SIMPSON ACQUIRES Christian Science Committee on The Mother Church, The First Barstad as Ranger for the and McClcarv resumed operationside. The pony saw carriage and Survivors are their parents, about i WICHITA FIRM office in Tumwater scheduled for Publication for the State of Church of Christ, Scientist, in Olympic National Forest Shelton on schedule ian. 4 reported ttank related equipment also have been Mr. and Mrs. Nell N. Miklethun, m write ~ut the ! Acquisition of Walling Sash &mid-January and with agencies in Washington. Boston. Ranger District was announcedSandstrom. production manager repaired. During the shutdown, two sisters, Charlene and Denise • ~ Door Company of Wichita, Kan., Westport and South Bend. "Inspirational inpurpose, this week by Wynne Maule, fir and hemlock lumber New andwork also progressed on of the home. v ruder if iby Simpson Timber Company was 'The Truth That Heals' series is supervisor of the Olympic replacement equipment was modifications of the boilers at The Re . Horace Mounts e whenI announced today by the Seattle designed to be of help to people Festival National Forest. installed in a number of Simpson Shelton Power Plant to further o!ficiated at a graveside service in based timber products firm. DL's CORNER of all faiths. In recorded Barstad is presently district mills and plants during the cleanse emissions from the stacks. Babyland, Shelton Memorial Park, ~h°e~teYr i The Wichita firm becomes the We are now well into the spontaneous conversation, people Meeting Set ranger on the Bear Springs Ranger holiday season closures. Logging operations at Camp at 9:45 a.m. Saturday. 13th operation Jn the nationwide fabulous year of 1971 . . • the from many lands share firsthand District of Mt. Hood National An automatic veneer stacker Grisdale and Camp Covey are still - - experiences which show the The Mason County Forest Forest in Oregon. has been installed at McClearv shutdown due to weather ONE THORN of experience is dge of ] Simpson BuiIding Supply chain of year that is supposed to bring us relevance of spiritual power to Festival Association will meet at 8 distribution centers for building good cheer and fellowship He will begin his duties herePlywood. On the Shelton conditions, worth a whole wilderness of S. Holt materials. Harvey Warnaca of throughout the world.., today s needs, p.m. Monday in the PUD 3 Monday. waterfront• plant maintenance warning. -Lowell W la] managerSeattle' vice-presidentof SBS, said Wallingand generalsash findBYthatthetheendworld°f 1971hasnWet may "Beginning Jan. 3, nearly Conference room to begin making Barstad is a native of and )n~ll r~t crc~s ~ork~d ,on i~ ~ ~ - 1,000 radio stationS,willincludingbroadcast18 Festival.plans for the 1971 Forest Silverton, Ore., and graduated InstalLations and regular II !! really!n Washington, from Oregon State University equipment repairs. I A • • II Ih ~ • • i & Door will change its name to changed after all . . . but then, Election of officers will be with a B.S. degree in forestry in Simpson Building Supply who knows, it might changeand 'The Truth That Heals' every At Shclton Veneer. smaller]I IIIi|~ I|Nii B ! effective January 1. As the bring us good cheer, fellowship week in the same time periodsheld. The nominating committee 1961. He joined the Forest spindles were installed on the II i~f~ll~ ~TmrIlL 1 ,nk the Wichita distribution center, the and love of our fellowman . . . allotted to broadcasts in thehas nominated Max Schmidt forService in 1961 on the Rogue eight-foot lathe so logs can be ]I ~" II o much.i business will continue to carry a The one place that you canprevious Christian Science series, president; Darryl Cleveland for River National Forest, and served peeled down to 5-"~ inches. II Ill I HI ml~ vice-president and Edee Larson, there in various capacities until Formerly they ,,'ere peeled do~,.n li IMII VI~ Illflgl And it's~ broad line of building material find good cheer along with good "The Bible Speaks to You' which Bud Lyon, Floyd Powell and his promotion to the Mt. Hoodto 6--~ inches. At Shclton / r L/I lull U aper th0! products serving retail dealers bargains is Mason County. Your has been on the air for more than tfford toithroughout Kansas. neighbors that run local stores try eight years," Thomas said. Buck Price as members of the National Forest in 1967. Insulating Board t'lant, wiring and / i -.i= ~lwlw iw ch hasitl Walling Sash & Door wasto keep your interest in featuring Featured in the January Executive Committee. He and his wife, Saye, and son controls on the hcadsa~ calendar I ~II I In~[m furnish!established in 1946. Simpsonsales from time to time. Just a broadcasts are insights shared by Greg, 9, and Kristin, 4, will be line have been ccmsolidatcd. The I/ Ill ng andi Timber Company has been a smattering of them with lnman Douglass of Dallas, Carol making their home in Shelton. headsaw slices fiberboard into ]I I1~11~ Bi~-li r youri major Walling stockholder since outstanding bargains this week Alton of Boston, Yoshikazu Sandridge panel sizes. At St{clton Sawn, ill / "" i 1961. The name change reflects are... Ftoshimi of Tokyo, Clee Snipe of Four, a new.lge infeed h~/,e~,~ [ 721 Legion Way goingtOi Simpson's purchase of all Kirk Criner, manager of Principia College, Rose andPeter Is Promoted outstanding Walling stock. / * nethingTi MILLER'S SHOE DEPT., has just Henniker-Heaton of Boston, Donald W. Sandridge, 21, son Sno Line Olymp,a 943-0460 nsurancet the right boots for the weather Nathaniel White of New Jersey,of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandridge, / insure us[ CAPITAL SAVINGS, we've been having, and just the and Jack Hubbell of Palo Alto, Shelton, recently was promoted NumBers ~~=,---__;----- FIRST FEDERAL MERGE asrighttheyprice for you. Better hurry Calif. servingt° armYwithspecialistthe 8th maintenancefiVe while Are Told i1/2"1ootale to Class,! x4x8 ~| de firei Final approval of the merger won't last long at this "What Can 1 Do to Help and y U Haul- I" ,st us a~ of Capital Savings and Loan and special low price... Ileal?" is the title of the opening battalion near Hanau, Germany. ~---------------------~-~--~-- i Sheet Rock Sheet | fie child~ First Federal Savings and Loan of Weather beating your door broadcast in the series Jan. 3. Spec. Sandridge, a mechanic Motorists planning to travel" WOOD FOR sale Fir or Alder I/ efore w~fAberdeen is announced by H.T. down'? Protect it with" a storm with the 543rd Heavy Equipment over any of the mountain passes cord $20 delivered or $16. yot~ [I )n?Doe,l Wolfe, Capital Savings president, door from LUMBERMEN'S OF Maintenance Company of the ola the state highway systenl may haul. 426-6555. K1/7.28 1/ 1/2"x4x8 e~ to yoU~ Operation of the combined SHELTON. Manager Larry battalion, entered the army in obtain current information about BABY CRIB, bathinette mesh I/ a l--JI k it willI association will begin Knudsen has some close out Richard Lord April 1968, completed basic road conditions by calling the play pen. Also ,onq 'fringed|| OI_ RI ! II teath T eaa e e i, g I/ . noo fflVWOOa Sheet ~1~ her guy?iimmediately, at the close of r.qodels at special prices socheck training at Ft. Lewis, and was nearest SNO-LINE telephone ~a~h~le-61°_~lder-B!/7 i___ Ill I Jr he othet~business December 31, 1970. tiaisoneouttoday... I~ Graduate stationed in Aberdeen, Md.. servicenulnber. sets theIThe merger, with combined A whale of a sale is on the before arriving overseas. The service is provided in six SLOT [:lACING Layout. Ha. [1/ a,, • -o • ce on theI assets of more than $72 million, a g e n d a f or January at Capt. Richard F. Lord, son of He is a 1966 graduate of cities by the State ltighway Tyco, 4' x 8' with tunnels, lakes, ]/ *dVolnllf Tnn VlnvI. results in the largest state SPROUSE-REITZ. Manager Bob that wei chartered savings and loan in Bottemiller has really pulled in Mr. and Mrs. Gibson L. Lord, Excelsior High School, Norwalk, Department each year during the controllers,SCenery" TWOheavyCars, dutytW° I/ll --i,iI, 4x8 T--ql~---i only oneI Washington Wolfe said. lie added the bargains for this one, and you Shelton, has graduated from the Calif. winter months, transformer $50 00 426-6744 I~ ,ltllllP-ln P'flnP_llnfl ,, . ~-~ His wife, Connie, is with him Numbers include: Everett - B1/7-14 ' • ii ........... ~ vane~ But eveP{that it will'be the largest savings better throw your line out in a Air University's Squadron Officer inGermany. 353-2448; Seattle - 464-6010; I-~--CHE-VRO--LET tWoS-our i[ - ,- --- !s bettetl and loan headquartered in hurry to catch 'em too.. • School at Maxwell AFB, Ala. tgetth¢ South-west Washington with the The end-of-the-year sale is just Capt. Lord was selected for Tacoma - FU3-4541;Olympia - post 6 Cyl. automatic. II ~ll Ih [~ , 913-¢600; Wenatchee - Mechanically A-1 15,000 mi. on IF ~,v u~. get theilargest reserves and the most about over at BOB'S SHOE the professional officer course in Services Scheduled NO3-5151; and Yakima - rebuilt engine, $150. or chainsaw i[ O-II-JO__Z;__ lOOSq. Ft. ',sn t haV¢~ offices. .~. TREE, so don't miss it as owner recognition of his potential as a . ~ Ctt8-6982. and $75. or best offer. 426-6744. II RUIII~U I~UIUIIIH~ Roll luzpmenl~ William B. Young ~tate Bob Wotton is ready and waiting leader in the aerospace force. No matter how desperate the Road conditions on the state's B1/7-14 [ v Savings and Loan Supervisor said to serve you... He is permanently assigned at human need, freedom and nine passes are brought up to date 1968 BUICK Electra factory air, II . - let's d0iit is the first merger in the state The "in" washer and dryer Randolph AFB, Tex, as an salvation are always available, ,e aboUl}wherein a Federal association has twins for '71 are now "in ' town instructor pilot, according to the Lesson-Sermon at least four times each day on one owner excellen't condition, [i Prices GoodWed, thru Man. lg to si~ been merged into a state at OLSEN FURNITURE. Owner T h e C a p t a i n w a s entitled "God" to be read Sunday tape recorded messages, all power. Call 426-1260 after 5 ]I Recordings are altered at other p.m. $2995. G1/7-28 ji ~ ~ = ttoilut yo~ chartered association. Rod Olsen has Speed Queen for of C°mmissi°nedthe Air ForceUp°nReserveC°mpleti°nofficers services.at Christian Science church times, too, when sudden changes David E. Jenkins Executive 1971 now on display and they are Training Corps program at Y ! Vice President of the Aberdeen A citation from Isaiah opens in weather cause sudden changes in road conditions. This recorded tOI P " C. Dwy~ association, was named Senior b22k~eThSet°Pr/:eS°:nla;dertak;aa Willamette University, Salem, the Bible readings: "Look unto telephone SNO-LINE service is in a sen urn ture... Vice President of the expanded you'd think,p. Ore., where he received his B.A. me, and be ye saved, all the ends operation 24 hours a day, seven degree in economics in 1963. He of the earth: for I am God, and days a week. Motorists who dial association and director of loanPENNEY'S fantastic sheet is a member of Beta Their Pi. there is none else." any one of the numbers from marketing and sales on a sale clearance is now in full swing. Ills wife, (linger, is the The public is welcome at outside the six cities must pay nationwide basis and he will also Manager Clint Harrington has daughter of Mr. andMrs.Don services beginning at 11 a.m. at normal long distance charges. serve on the executive and loan practically every type in the store Mays, Artesia, N.M. The SheltonFirst Church,302 President of First Federal ofget in on this sale... Alder. state broadcast weather and road )u wove! COmmittees. R. G. Lasell, so better run (and we mean it)to Radio stations around the Lid AN Aberdeen is 'retiring but will still Bob Kimbel, owner of BOB condition reports, so motorists ~; on it,l serve as chairrman of an advisory KIMBEL'S ARCO SERVICE on Foursquare Slates should keep their car radios It zoni~ board for the Grays ttarbor and tlillcrest, now has a lube and oil tu r n e d on to hear about lion fro~ Pacific County area. With him on special for your car. Better check Musical Group uare Shel-'roa ToMeet unexpected changes in road y to s.ell~ the advisory board will be the today and make your Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild conditions. Other Aberdeen directors: appointment as this will only last Guests at the Foursq will meet at 8 p.m. today in the t warni~ Jenkins Martell W. Brown, a couple of weeks. Bob has also Church Sunday will be the home of June Christiansen with s, deed~ A TRUTH that's told with Bracken Ed Dahlstrom and call Bob or one of his crew today. Longview, A member of the team, Beats all the Lies you can rworkf~ Harold E.Oestreich, Robert J. added a full time repair service, so Ambassadors Quartet of Mary Ann Hanlon as co-hostess, badintent that tlt,Lowell W) McGinnis. Members are reminded to They'll be glad to take care of Dave Mayfield, will be the guest bring 'white elephants', invent .... William Blake ect t} Jenkins Oestreich and Brown your car.., at the Sunday School hour;along 3tectio~ have been named to the board of Looking for savings? Stop in with his friend"Tony', the vould ~ the expanded association, Wolfe or call MONTGOMERY WARD puppet. . ,, But wlaJtsaid.. Other board members today on the special floor lnodel The Quartet will be in tile J l ~nctude Thomas p. Allen, clearance sale. Owner-manager AI a.m. worship service, bringing the the slat4 Chairman; Wolfe, Don Miles V.Browning has specials all over the gospel message in song, and B. Otis, Ralph Stormans, 'Dr.store so be sure and stop in testimony. This group is made up Leslie Armstrong and Phil C. today.., of men of several denommatmns with the same goal in mind - that of reaching people with the "good news" of salvation. Rev. Lewis Wysong extends a special invitation to those in the area to attend• That's -- 30 - for this week, but remember what Bulwer-Lytton once wrote, "Personal liberty is the paramount essential to human dignity and human happiness." GREASE JOB .................. OIL CHANGE ............ AVG. WHEEL PACK ........ . ........ WASH JOB & VACUUM • . ........ Now, for a limited time, your choice of a lovely silver water, wine or sherbet goblet, all from famed International Silver Co.,---abso- lutely FREE when you open a savings account of $500 or more, or when you add $500 to your present savings account at TCF. Then, with each additional deposit of only $250 or more, you con purchase additional goblets for just $3. But hurry. Start your set now. This offer may have to be limited, soon. THURSTON eQUiTY FEDERAL • OLYMPIA-" Home Office Fifth 6' CaPital Way • LACEY • SHELTON Branch Branch 4111 Market Square 3l] Railroad Avenue " i ...... with Stainless Steel washer tub and dryer drum hEl~ a Washers are priced as low as Transmission Guarantee Dryers are priced as low as CHARGE IT or use your Bank Card! 4th and Cota Free Parking * Free Delivery * Free '71 Calendar Bayley. With Olympia as the home office, the expanded institution includes offices in Aberdeen, Shelton, Montesano and Vancouver, with an additional $3.95 $3.50 $4.00 $2.80 AVG. COST AROUND TOWN $14.75 BOB KIMBEL'S PRICE $9.95 SAVINGS TO YOU $4.80 AT 1725 Oiympit Hwy. S, (SPECIAL PRICE ENDS JAN. 20th, 1971) Thursday, January 7, 1970. Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5