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February 4, 1971

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= , Lin ou nt: Life In German ::~ The Shelton Rotary Club Several choirs together, made up other with best wishes. A great G~othic style, by Mozart, Bela Bartok, and new opportunities that come my ~t's it like to battle one of Fire which started in the recently received a letter fromof t 50 voices, and a small display of fireworks began in the Wurzburg is known as a Beethoven. It was truly another way. May this New Year bring ;acific Northwest's worst Wena'tchee National Forest and Lin d aMounts, who is in orchestra performed the piece in a backyard. The colorful sparkles festive Baroque town. The inspiring experience, happiness and peace to all. ]fire outbreaks in history9 crossed the Methow divide into Darmstadt, Germany, as an beautiful and inspirational way. fell. "along withuitethea silighthtt failingseeMarienbergin itself(frtresS)But theiS a museumSight to herel andam willverYcontinuegratefUltofrtakebeinguP Most SincerelYLinda ' ~usands of firefighters the Okanogan Forest. exchange student in the Rotary In homes with children, the snow. It was q g . !fiOw2irOSgt International Student Exchange Christmas tree is decorated by the The party continued until inside is even more fascinating. S ,iei lli j t , h;2:tan on t~GeMl 5~409-21cs fi;m~d a~dgn program, parents with the help of the 5:30 in the mornirlg. It was very The many carvings of Tilman ~'~ur ] eat ~ ,hington durin~Fire, where well-timed backfiresLinda is the daughter of Rev. Christ Kind. The livingroom is successful and fun. The highlight Riemenschneider were most !~ummer of fire. "~ helped save the small town ofand Mrs. Horace Mounts. locked until Christmas Eve. Can of New Year's Day for me was ice impressive. Among the paintings ~lions of America's Ardenvoir in the Entiat Valley The letter said: you imagine the excitement and skating on one of the lakes that we saw were some by Tiepolo ,~n viewers will share the during the anxious night of Aug. Dear Rotarians, curiosity that results from closed had frozen over. The weather was who is known for his works in the ~.~ce via an hour-long film 27-28. Christmas, celebrated in a doors~ On the ~4th the children perfect; clear blue sky and a crisp Residential Palace We had to save ~entary, "WildfireV" This program should do German way, was a new standing outside the livingroom cold air. Many people were out the Residentail Palace itself for R I~ by actor Lorne Greene' much to make people more experience. The city of Darmstadt door, sing Christmas songs until skating or taking walks, another visit. This Baroque ,~eduled for showing bv careful about fire in the forests," glowed in all the lights and they hear the bell which means During the holidays 1 traveled masterpiece by Balthasar ~ations Feb. 5, 7:30-8"3() said Regional Forester Charles A. decorations. Stores, both large the Christ Kind has left Whatto Marburg and Wurzburg. Neumann is famous for "its !~T). , " Connaughton. "Viewers will and small, had displays out. A overwhelming awe the childrenMarburg. a city north of imposing staircase, its Imperial :~dfire!' was filmed on the experience the sound and fury of large tree with white lights stood experience as they see the burning Frankfurt. is known for the hall and its paintings by G.B. ~chee and Okanogan a raging forest fire, and witness on the Luisenplatz. At the market candl.es on the decorated tree and Philipps University. The older Tiepolo.'" Each year a Mozart place before the Rathaus werethe gifts on tables nearby! part of the city is on the side of a Festival is celebrated here. l enjoy ~!~al Frests as the area t he awe,,sme pwer f several bths especially set uPatits worst forest fire crisis destruction, he said.. Asmcluded in mthterCehris~th~ nluntain and the newer part these pprtunities t learn mreI ~~Ya Only ~me 30 years Ten "While the fires shown in the Christmas time. From these Eve church services, .' , below it. While there 1 saw the about European history, art, and ,,~amera crews spent 10 days film were among the 2,015 fires booths one can buy toys clothes, smgmg ot "Stihe Nacht, tteifige castle. Rathaus, plaza, and culture. ~ more than 60,000 feet eausedbylightninginOregonand gingerbread, and most'of altl Nacht." It was wonderful to Elizabeth Church. This church is And music. LaslweeklwentI [.~_ ~ll~ to record the human Washington National Forests last sausage sandwiches In Frankfurt imagine this hymn being sung by the first one on this side of the to another concert The 59 ~f the fight to save forests year, there were also 1,370 fires the Christmas market is larger and thousands and thousands of Rhine to be completely done in Vegh-Quartet performed piecesI ~l MOUTHWASH includes some carnival rides for voices: all singing the message of ~ersheds. in the Region caused by humanchildren. In Nurnberg is the world this joyous event ~ ................ .-',r-=.., Giant Size SALE! MENS ! " ~. fires were started by a carelessness,' Connaughton famous Kris Kringle Market which The (;erman familiescontinue t I "~'~' ~tning ~torm during the declared st Re mn offers the most variety of almost to celebrate Christmas on both ~.f Aug 23 24 1970. When Pacific No.rthwe. rsong~el everything imaginable. The the 25th and 26th. One more day I W~/-~-')~ ~is was over, ll2,700acres Forest Serv,ce Pementar market is most known for its of celebrating means one more SADDLES |/l RUBBING ALCOHOL29A-- ~Wenatchee and Okanoganappearing in the docu " Y Lebkuchen (gingerbread) andday of feasting. Fish is often a jl~u mrests had burned. More include Don Peters and Dale toys. speciality at Christmas time. I Regularly 59 ~000 men fought the fires Gallagher staff officers, Homes were decorated with One of the greatest joys for ~peak of action. Firefighters Deschutes National Forest; Ralph ~dispatched from every McCurdy Lowell District Rangern angels,displays andf woodenstraw starsChir EverySets cardsme WaSandreceivingmessages.manYTheyChristmaSmade _ ~ i NOW i~ll Forest in the country, Willamette National Forest; JOher Close-out of Famous Winthrop ~n also coming from other Segle Leavenworth Rang home l visited during this time me so happy. A special thanks to 5[ I Family Size ~ and private industry. District, fire conFrO)estff;r;~ had advent wreaths. Often the Mr. Vonhof for the greetings from Regularly $16"t * etro. o, w n We atc ee t,ona, wreat re o fromt ei,i ot ry .eowrot i* in cperatin with and Dave And ob Boston Large wreaths were fund in German which thru 'hly pleased ii!ii! : On sale ati I ; Ila [p Reg. $ 1.09 L ~r's Documentary lteniey, Winema N:tl;n, Twi~p business places and stores as well me. I~~'S" Frest Service District Ranger andB an as in churches On New Years Eve we had a .... ..... 9 l[ Now U31 ~75" was filmed largely on Twisp District, Okanog On December 19 the party for 17 people. Dancing, ;~ ~1~ CA I Stadkirche (city church) was full eating, and talking passed the ~ ' " of people who came to hear J.S. time of the old year. As the New i[ ~" 00-acre M tchell Creek National Forest Bach's Weihnachts Oratorium. Year rang in we greeted each ! I PHISOHEX kd emos Under New Managementl 8 r ee resolutions were district officers were " FULLER'S ARCO SERVIt:E ' at the first meeting of Hodde Ruth Linn George / ,,.. 971 Third Cngressinal Jhnsn and Jn Lickar" entre / c il 6 Democrats in Lacey Jan Voting delegates repres " g Brakes * Tuneup * Lube Mason County were Alvin Tobey, i eYa:ent on record in favor Dorothy Tobey, Arnold Minor Engine Repair Reg. 98 NOW ng personal property Livingston, Cecelia Livingston, robe and brought to you at a~ justs from $300 to $3,000; Bob Whitmarsh, Doris Whitmarsh, Oil * Tires * Batteries sensational low price for such fine ~ 0,,.prperty tax on homes Annette McGee. Georgie Miller. quality' Available in Buck & Brwn" -- '~P-~ / le'l's Ph ,~iv vane and under for Janet Fisk, Mildred Drebick, ~11 [ rm@[cv , ]sabled and persons over Carmen Sarkowitz, CeceliaCornell Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily ~rs of age and not to and Helen Savage. 24 Hour Towing! ~ | Open 9:3O to 7:3O weekdays and dF ,rE the use of state The next meeting will be in ! 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday lent matching funds to Raymond March 20 and an the state budget invitation is out for all to attend 1st & Railroad 426-1815 Eves: 426-2663 SHOE DEPT. cted to serveas third Pacific County Annual CrabFeed. , i 5th & Frankl!n 426-3?27 most 12 volt exch CHEV. FORD FRAM OR AUTOLITE SPECIAL!! 2 DAYS ONLY All American Cars Our Reg. Price 2.29 to 2.49 .................... 1 AMP 3 AMP 6 AMP 10 AMP CHRYSLER exch. PRODUCTS Rebuilt OLDS, PONTIAC, BUICK for foreign cars TOYOTA DATSUN spin on Other foreign"ca, filter, Discount Pri,c_ed Chev heavy duty ........ Standard Duty 2.95 Smitty and Original ecI. 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