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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 21, 1971

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:R " Early spring weather seems to us this week, with roses, and other plants starting to W'llich reminds us that to with the sales is to be there ;n they are in full bloom a few stores have sales ssoming this week. Just a of them are... MILLER'S SHOE DEPT, Manager Kirk Criner has a selling of, as Kirk says, that you'll know complete Ifort with. Stop in today and 'terrific 19c and 71 c sale is all swing at SPROUSE-REITZ. Bob Bottemiller has put e great items at low, low so don't miss this one ... Looking for. a great sale in room groups? If you are, n look to OLSEN INITURE where owner Rod has a January furniture on right now. Better though, as these groups last long at these special KS "jean look" is in, and the !) ) place to find the "just right" s is BOB'S SHOE TREE. ~er Bob Wotton has both high i low styles in boots, so trot it down and let Bob fit your ~ into a pair of them today... LOThe YARN SHOP is alwa s K,s . y idY and willing to serve you Illlllllll~.. your knitting needs They k have knitting lessons, so stop ~oday and find out all about YARN SHOP... or diamonds look to ~KWITH'S JEWELRY. Ray ~en, owner, is always ready to beell ~e you whether it be a new 'azeL~nd or to remount your hadent one. Visit Ray today and algla ~A top notch clearance is on at , ~NEY'S and manager Clint ~e orlg[rington has really scoured to ,stion'| some gooood bargains for led me :now d sol# that yoooou ... and they're all over the store too... A January manufacturers promotion is now on at B&R SALES where you'll find Pacific Gallery chairs all at 10% off. That's right manager Jerry Watilo has 'em all at that price, so better hurry and get right up to the Mt. View location... The January clearance is still in full swing at EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER and owner Ken Chapman has specials all over the store just waiting for you.. Need a folding door? Then scamper into LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON where manager Larry Knutzen has a special on 'era right now . . . For a meal of excellent cuisine and fine beverages, be sure and drive out to TAYLOR TOWNE RESTAURANT. They have recently remodeled and enlarged, so look for their grand opening to be held in the near future . Nell Evander, owner of NELL'S PHARMACY, has specials of the week, every week, so make sure you don't miss 'era. Neil carries a complete supply of goodies for the whole family, so next time you stop, make sure and take a tour of the store, you'll be glad you did.. Congratulations to the Shelton Jaycees on National Jaycee week. This organization does a fine job in the Shelton and Mason County area in many things... That's -30 - for this week, but remember that La Bruyere once wrote: "Liberality consists less in giving much than in giving at the right moment". -DL LAW IS merely the expression of the will of the strongest for the time being, and therefore laws have no fixity, but shift from generation to generation. - Brooks Adams Lalouche Is Transfered Here By Simpson Timber Promotion of E. Guy Lalouche, section chief for building board research at Simpson Timber Company's Redmond, Research Center, to assist production manager at the Company's insulating board plant in Shelton was announced this week. As assistant production E. Guy Lalouche manager, Lalouche will be located in Shelton where he will report to Woodrow (Woody) Johnson, production manager of the plant. Announcement of his promotion was made by Orv Shelton, Seattle, general manager for Simpson's insulating board products line. Lalouche earned his degree in physics and chemistry from the Faculty of Sciences of Paris (the Sorbonne). He began his Simpson career when he came to the United States from France in 1962. He joined the Seattle-based timber products firm as a laboratory technician in the building board section of its research center. Lalouche served as a chemist and as associate section chief of building board research until he was named to head the section in 1967. He represented Simpson's research center in the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and has been chairman of the Northwest chapter and a member of the national Acoustical Society of America as well as a member of the American Society for Testing and Materials. Lalouche, his wife, Fran, and their daughter, Michelle, 10, and their son, Robert, 6, will make their home in the Shelton area within several months. ge Creamer Rayonier Election of Dr. George B. Creamer as vice president- Research for ITT Rayonier Inc. was announced this week by Charles E. Anderson, president and chief operating officer of the New York based manufacturer of chemical cellulose and other forest products. Dr. Creamer has been general manager-Research since July, 1969. He joined Rayonier in 1950 as a research chemist at Shelton. He has since served as research supervisor; manager, Technical Service; and director, Project Planning and Development. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from McGill University at Montreal, and received both his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the State University at New York, College of Forestry, at Syracuse, N.Y. Dr. Creamer, his wife, Jeanne, and their five children live in Thornwood, N.Y. New Staff, er At ITT Rayonier Jack L. Leithem Jack J. Leithem is a recent addition to the staff of the Olympic Research Division of ITT Rayonier Incorporated. Leithem is a chemical engineer who grew up in Chicago and received his master's degree at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He was employed in the petroleum and engineering construction industries before joining ITT Rayonier. His new assignment is in the Chemical Process Semiworks. He and his wife, Phyllis, who is a chemist, are living in Olympia. For recreation he enjoys building high fidelity sound equipment and model railroads, playing golf and basketball. He is also interested in camping, hiking, fishing and horseback riding. Assignments Standing Committee Assignments forthe House of Representativesfor the 42nd Legislative Session for the 24th District Legislators include Paul H. Conner, Sequim, Natural Resources and Ecology, Social and Health Services and Transportation. Charles R. Savage, Shelton, Appropriations, Education and Libraries and Labor and Employment Security. ig More than $4,335,800 have been requested by the Washington State Highway Commission for new highway projects in the 24th Legislative District for the two-year period beginning July 1, 1971, Senator Gordon Sandison (D-Port Angeles) said today. "Funds requested by the Commission today for new projects do not reflectwork already in progress inthe district." he said, adding: "In addition to monetary requests for the new projects, the ropos proposed budget includes requests for $235,100 to continue projects now under construction, not yet completed. An additional $1,470,000 was requested for projects authorized by the previous session of the State Legislature, not yet started." One major construction project listed in the budget for the 24th Legislative District is a Elwha River Bridge and Approaches construction project on SR 112, he noted. The proposed budget also includes requests for $30,900 for two safety improvement projects on SR 112, Senator Sandison said. Also included in the budget are requests for $70,000 for Beautification Improvement proj .cts. THERE IS something servile in the habit of seeking after a law which we may obey ... A successful life knows no law. - Henry David Thoreau TRY THEM AND YOU'LL KNOW COMPLETE COMFORT Reg. $8.99 Available in: White, Black, Brown or Beige. SOFT GLOVE LEATHER UPPER BOUNCY CUSHION CREPE SOLE NARROW, MEDIUM AND WIDE WIDTHS Available in: Black, White or Wheat. asttir s eitla i, hef i !> ,st, :' ezeW~[ aaobif ing ishing : e to[ )uckS to tern i :0 Everything Scotchgard Fabric Protected. Everything Scotchgard Fabric Protected. Includes: American Custom Quilted Sofa, foam rubber cushions -- I iatch]ng Custom Quilted Chair Contrasting Swivel Rocker, Nylon cover -- All have maple wood trim and box pleat skirts. Everything 100% Naugahyde or Use Your Bank Card! I ncludes: Traditional Custom Quilted Sofa, Reversible seat & back cushions, foam rubber. Matching Custom Quilted Chair Velvet Hi-Back chair--All with kick pleat skirts. 4th and Cota Includes: Modern three-cushion Naugahyde covered sofa with latex rubber cushions. Matching Naugahyde chair. Swivel Rocker, Naugahyde. Free Parking * Free Delivery Thursday, January 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5