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II II llllllllll - . HOMES as low as \ 1395co yes We are specialists in factory built homes. Years of planning and experience have re- sulted in prices like this. We will build to your plans or ours. for your FREE BROCHURE TO Budget Housing Go. 2200 Simpson Ave• ii III Foresters Hear Discussion Cf Log Exporting Te arket Members of lhe Southwest lr(n.Ly two poJconi of the lo,~s ira- Washington Chapter of the Sect- ported by •lapan are ohlained i'rom ety of American lror(,sters listened the Ih~iLe.d States and :m eqlml tO a diyicllst.;ion of the Fo)estery ill;It)lint fl'Olll ttllSSi:], l~do~d of (he and ec~)n(nnic Asp(,ctN of log ex-]'(?m;lindl~F COk/12 fF()l,1 CIIIH[(Ill Ilnd porting last l,'rid'ty evening at the N~.~w Zealand. Colonial House in Shelton. I Griggs p~fird(!:t ()st thai due to Chatuw.('v Grigg::;, founder and lhe exp,.m.;e of ]oR.'~'inK, lcmdinK president ¢;f Export Pacific, stated an,'i shippin;,', lhe •humnese pay and Igconomic Aspects of log ex- $121 pc,' thousand 1)(~:l.t'd f~.,el l[) ports to ,[apall in recent years h'ls I)tlvCh!t.~o and lrar.sp(*rt the logs i been primarily due Lo a buildin~to their mills. The logs nmsl still !boom in that colmtry and their be so.w,, and nntnltfactttred into preference to the beauty and work-all en'l product at additional ex- ability of wood ow,.r other building pens?. mate~'ials. He went nn to point cull Answering qnest:ons am to how that the greatest demand is forJapan eoul(I afford Lo pay this logs which produce lumber similar price for log's and why they don't in appearence to their native spes- buy lumber instead, CJrlggs stated ties. ]i'oF instant, the Japanese. ira- t that. it was primarily due to their port \Vestern Hemloel( and Paei-total utilization of "each log. He fie Sih, er Fir due to its similarity went on to say that they do not to Japanese Pine• plane tt~eir lumber and by using Not only is the demand high finer toothed saws und more ac- for lumbea" in that country, bat curacy in sawing they obtain a also for material tuned in sc'fffol(I- very high overrun. He paso point- ing and piling for housing. Griggs ed out tbat they maw primarily to added that this aemand for piling obtain the greatest beauty in their has created a market for logs ob-;lumber' and because of this they tained from thinning projects in!consider much of our lamber in- this country. I suit::hle. I)UE TO A GREAT shortage of'. TIlE SECOND speaker of the native forests in Japan and its evenin2 was Charles Young, of Hoquiam, Wash. high polmhd.ion, it is necessary Northwest Economics Incorporat- Phone GE-8-0332 for them ....... to import large qu'mti- ed Commenting on the Economic ties of logs and timber products, aspect of log exporting, Young H ~ mm m mm stated that the export marke~ has ................. I not hurt domestic mills nor has it I ~Im lres,lted in higher log costs. He " '~--~mmml~mmm~ {pointed out that it has in fact ~m j been very beneficial to many port my --/ Jetties such as Aberdeen and tie- r r~ T~~ ~~ ~0~'~ /J quiam and employment groups ~. ~m.~,, ~ Wv a. ~.%V %-~'~* ***~m.,w~ J such n,s the longshoremen. It has [also created an outlet for the ,I. ..... '-" n ....s = l large volume of logs being salvag- u,¢t me(aluM vw I led from the timber blown down i [during the 1961 Columbus Day h sto , on the TODAY S ow | J In conclusion Young stated ] that Japan's demand for logs in _z__.- u ~ T_T.....el,~ "[~,-,,,,,-~,~ ~ / 196~ would be somewhat less than ~[~L][']L-1.]~ IlU~ll IJUYVII~, j J in recent years due to the c0rfiple- J tion of facilities for the 1964 k "~T'I~ ~r~.,~l."r.,-,eo~,~'r~ ~ : l Olympics• However, by 1970 their L ~IJL,P%..~.L ~;A~y~uI~, ~ J demand for logs is expected to be: • k .~ m i twice what it was in 1960. m I ,,- = ., ~ ~ | ,The next meeting of the South- [] ~ | ~ I m -,--.. ~ R ~ ~ ~ ~ J ~ est Washington Chapter of [] ~ i m I i m ~ I ~ | i ~ J the Society of American Foresters / is scnenumd for marcn 6 in Olym- 1 8 4 8 5 a m J pia Members wives will be invit- Feb. 7 - 7:30 to 7:40 a•m. --- Feb, 0 - : 0 - : 0 • . ed as special guests. I UIL~IIMk l Heart, be thou the sunflower, I~I~U~I+V | not only open to receive God's blessing, but consfant in looking 205 Cots St. to Him. --Jean Paul Richter ' O.OO x13 tubeless black-" wall plus tax and tire. off your car. N0 MONEY DOWN! 'FREE MOUNTING! GOODYEAR •NATION-WIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE No,ira,, o. mo.th,. So,l , o. mi,e,, so a, to roods • NO limit ae to speed • For the entire lifo of the.tread. All new Goodyear Aulo Tires are Guarantecd'a8ainst defects in workmanship and materl~b and normal road hazards, except repairable punctures• if • Goodyear Tire fails under this guarantee any of more than 80,000 Goodyear dealers in the United Stmes anti Canada will make allowance on a new tire based na original tread depth remaining and current"Goodyear Price." . Matl0ck Blue And Gold GO Heel)SPORT - Attention all Cub Scouts: q'he Blue and Gold dinner is tonight at (:;:30 p.m. in the Ilood Canal J)'. High School. Wayne Scott is working at Hale's Market Center and taking over the duties left by Mike Gwinn. Tuesday, Browme Troop No. 7 enjoyed a Valentine Party at the home of their leader, Mrs. ,John Pill. Sheryl Sm~d and Mrs. Pfll 9as Visitor From M0nhna Mrs. Duane Lovette called on Mrs. Stanley Gwinette and Mrs. Dick Cockburn of Simpsons Sal- men Hatchery Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Yh's. \¥ilfiam Avery. MRS• JOE HAGEN was hoste.~ for a Valentine and birthday party i at her home Friday afternoon. It was her daughter Julies 5th birthday. Those present were Mrs. Paul West and children, Mrs. Rod- ger Painter and children and Mrs. Wayne Lilly and family and Mrs. IAza Wtgmore. Disne, Tyler, David and Wade Boothe of "Hoquiam spent the we,Skend with their grandparents, by Dora Hearing MATIA)Ch: Mrs. Augnsta [-N)rtman -rod Carl Portman spent Thur:~(lay aftecnoon and evening lwith Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Portnmn of She!ton. Mrs. Liza VVigmore, Plentywood, Mont.. lms been a lmusc:guest the paqt week of her son and family 1 Mr'. and Mrs. Joe Hagen. provided the refreshments. Three cadette scouts, Janet Viger, Jo- dy Crumb and Darlene Gray ar- ranged games and prizes for the group. Thursday at 10 a.m., Mrs. Schwab's l'}indergarten group gave a program for parents and rela- t, ives after which refreshments were served to all by Mesdames Blair, Ward, Denison and Schwab. Guests included Mrs. Coulter, her Guild At Souihside Holds Meeting In Matson Home By Mrs. Ray Kratcha Mr 'rod Mrs I C Ford We are - - • ' • • : :" ~: : ' ....rs SOUTHSIDE --- Sherilyn Byrd sorry ~o marn tna~ Mr aria m .......... .... " y uuna met a~ tne nome of Toni LeRoy ~ootne were m a at to Matson "'"- - "" '-" ..... "-" - ear weanesaay evening, ana acciaent rest week Tnursaay n ., ' . , . ' • " .... h -Severe cuscusseo nawng a cam party in MeCleary Mrs ~ootne aa ....... • "" ~ " " k Apru ,ne group also plans to cuts on ner zaee aim nec 1 " ' ...... ' -" ..... '-- n- v mt tne ortnopeaic ~ospital in mr ann Mrs. r~o~ert 'lTe CK- R " • " .......... h ' ,=cattle. Pauhne Emsley was a ws- mann at~enaeo tne weomng ot t e it r f ....... " ' ~" "~-a" S-tmda'" t o o tne t~uim at tne meeting. iormers atmc in ~e tLle ~ * Y. I ~ . .... MI~ ANti MRR EDWARD VaN[ uuiia members nad a baby ,ey" a,u-"~ ,,~*~. and Mrs.. Bob Daw- I shov;er, for Dale Dawson at the on. a~,~., tn ,~onttlo R day tel nteetmff Those attending were ................... slur , . • " --~^ *" ~'="'*~" - to the air ,~oi-t Ruth Snyder Ruth Neff, Marie ~Lx~.I~ AI AV/II%~'ILIAUIA ][~ .,.. .-- t .~... • . [o .... get a plane to Alaska. t~eai, Auffusta me~ess,ck V~ ......... alker s-^nt Height, Polly Swayze, Joyce Byrd, mz' ann mrs. mart vv l,e . ~aturaay~ - - in Tacoma. : Pauline Emsley. , Jo Ann Neff, --, o,,a x~,= T.,,a W~ssmaier~ Toni Matson and Dale Dawson ~• ........ i'h Mr and Ann Wheeler sent a gift but was spent: ~maay evening w t . ~ .. _ "" - "~'x '~ash : unabte to attend The next meet- "-" "" ....... h Howard mg will be held at the home of t.:atler~ aI~ tner, ennet R th home Saturday were Mr. and Mi's. u Neff March 11. Allan Hickson and family and l Silver Star Riding Club met Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. at the Max Schmidt Jr. home Emil Tviet all of Lake Nahwatzel. F~b. 11 and Louise Schmidt and Mr• and IVI~'s. Harold Clift called Lueille Magnett were hostesses. on the EIvin Hearings Sunday New members joining the Silver afternoon Stars are the Drew Cole family, Mr and Mrs. Herbert Breh- Connie Fuller and Mi.. J. B. Light- meye1" Jr. went Saturday after- body. The Silver Stars are putting noon and called on M'rs. LeRoy on a party March 13 at Little McClem hos ital Skooxum Community Hall start Boothe at the "y p • . , "- Her folks Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford mg w~th. a potluck at 6:30 p.m. F~d~ We are ha an dancing following The Silver called on her '" ~ y. p- " • ' py to report that Mrs. Boothe will Stars have invited the Bell Riders ,~oon be able to leave the hospital. ~addle Club. The next meeting will be held at Phil Hardie's home March 3. CIA)VER GIRLS 4-H club met Feb. 11 and president Vicki Har- ris called the meeting to order Flag salute and 4-H pledge were given by Kathy Bennett. Secretary Barbara DeMeiro read the min- utes of the last meeting and roll call was taken with Christine Rickards and Susan Rains new members of the club. The treasur- er gave a report and club mem- bers talked about demonstrations. Susan Swayze and Kathy Ben- nett gave demonstrations. Mrs. Jane Windsor was a guest of the Clover Girls. All members took part in making pizza and the meeting was adjoun~ed. The next meeting will be March 11, report- ed Tracy DeMeiro. Busy Bells 4-H chtb members held their meeting Feb. 11 at the home of their leader Julia Bare and members met right after school and rolled out sugar cook- ies, which had been mixed before- hand by their leader. Members cut cookies in the shape of hearts baked and decorated the cookies• The cookies were taken to Shelton Manet- Nursing Home on Valentine Day. The next meeting will be Feb. 25 at Julia Bare's. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck was their grandson and f~mily who were here on leave. Mr. Hubbard is in the Army and is stati0~ed aL PeLaluma, Calif. Southside Eagles 4-H club mem- bers met at Catherine Bracy's. Two demonstrations Were given. Mrs. Betty Wolf showed how not to make a demonstration and Sal- ly Wolf gave a demonstration on the different ways to use milk. Club members are getting ready ~or the demonstration Contest in April. Ricky Howley baked cook- ies. Southside Eagles held their Valentihe skating party Saturday at 1 p.m. and skated two hours then went to Bracy's and had Valentine cakes. Stopping at the Ray Kratcha's were Charles and. 0rph Botts.' ITUBE TYPE Hurryl all types! I bla kwalls! I s,ze r,,.. I e.7o xis $13.70 whitewalls!I 7.1o x 15 le,2s t 7.60x 15 17.70 TUBELESS Blackwali I Bl~ekmB SIZE I Prices ~l~le\ . t Prices 6.00 x 13 $12.25 6.70 x IS" $15.80 6.50 x 13 13.30 7.10 x 1517.95 7.50 x 14 15.80 7.60 x 15'19.70. 8.00 x 14 17.95 8.00 X 15 ' :t2~35 @ 8.50 x 14 19.70 8.20 x 15,22.35" ".A- I m i, ,i Whitewalls only $2.50 more *All pdces plus tax cmd two off y~r (of @WHEEL ALIGNMENT @ BRAKE RELINING WHEEL BALANCING 19th & Pacific Ave. TACOMA Goodyear Distributors For' Over 40 Yours Sth & E, Main PUYALLUP Front & Grove Sts, SHELTON nlOthor, Mrs. Paul Ingrain and gzandtnother, Mrs. Upton. Others were 1VTesdan~es Blair, 1':Lvel, Blnotnfield. ShorLsleeves,, Nesbitt Dcnison and Pill. The pr()granl beg;m wiLh Val- (.ntine gt'ectings froth the class and the songs "Love" and "Five Snowmen". The class reciled the poem "Fiw~ Valentines" led by Cathy Ne;~bitL. The girls sang "A Loneiy Little I';obin" nnd tile boys provided the sound effects for the song "Shiver Shiver, Brr". The whole group did a circle dance. followed by a dramatic interpre- tation of "Three little bears". The parts were played by Gregg Pavel, Barbara Ward, Sandy Denison and Janise Laramie. CltlLDREN attending kinder- garten this year are Vieky Bloom- field, Janet Cotflter, Sandy Dent- son, JuJie Dickinson, Edward Dy- mert, Janise Laramie, Cathleen Nesbitt, Gregg Pay(l, Jeffrey Pill and Barbara Ward. Saturday the Girl Scouts from this area joined others in Shelton for a songfest which was held from 10:30 a.m. m~til 2:,30 p.m. aL the Bordeaux School. Those attending were Mrs. John Dent- son, leader of Troop 27 and Deb- bie EasLgaard, Kathy Petty, Julie Van Laanen, and Diane Walters. Mrs. Earl Cmtmb and Mrs. Bill Runner. leaders of Troop 329 and Jody Crtunb, Cheryl Renner, Kim Michael% and Winnie Tweed. Mary Wamsley and Beth Ann Crumb were guests of the troop. Michelle Lee of Shelton spent the weekend ~ith- Kathy Pill and family. Mr. and Mrs• Robert Smith wiLh Jack and Jerry spent• Sunday in Tacoma visiting with the Ray Peterson family. While there, they all attended the City of Tacoma Utilities Building open house and were pleased to meet at the door Mr. and Mrs. Al Brenninger. Mi's. Steve Hale wishes to thank her helpers, Mrs. Rudy Schwab and Mrs. B. S. McIntyre for the wonderful cooperation and help in ~m Community Concert Drive. There are 32 members from this district. New members are Mr. and Mrs. Les Hein, Mrs. Russell Smith, Mrs. Starr White, Miss Ahna Roe, Mrs. William Ing, Mrs. James Rue- de(, Mrs. Arthur B. Everett, Mrs. Max SchmidL Sr., Mrs. William Bryant, Mrs. Dorothy Jessup, Mrs. Clifton Coulter, Mrs. Lee Coles, Mrs. William Runner and Mrs. Mark Ryan. A very fine showing for this community. The coming concert will be held in the Shelton :Theatre. THE HOOD CANAL PTA met on Monday evening in the Hood Canal Jr. High School• Supt. John Pill spoke on the need for the new nmlti-purpose gym and how it will be financed. We hope ev- eryone is registered and please come out and vote on :March 10. Anyone wiLh questions is urged to contact Pill or a member of the school board, Robert Smith, Russell Viger,Stan Lyman or Charles Dillon. Mrs. Tom Matye is now home from the hospital but spent a few days in Tacoma General before being released. Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Pederson and Debbie from Port Angeles spent the weekend visiting the Maurice Kaares. The family got together for a birthday celebration for Ma- rie. Many local people attended the "Luncheon is Served" luncheon sponsored by the Eastern Star at the Union Masonic Hall on Mon- day• The O.N.O. Club met in the home o~ Mrs. Bob Sea(den with Mrs. Steve Hale co-hostess. Mind Is Scienlisl Subje©i This Sunday The 'Bible Lesson on "Mind" at the Shelton First Church of Christ Sunday will include Paul's counsel to the Philippians (2.5), "Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus." Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will include this: "Having no other gods, turning to no other but the perfect Mind to 'guide him, man is the likeness of God, pure and eternal, having that Mind which was also in Christ" (p. 467). Journalism Cla,,s Members To Clinic At University Of Washington by Margie Green Five members of North Mason's journalism class will attend the Pacifi:~ Slope Press Clinic, Feb. 22-23 at the University of Wash- inglon. The class advisor, Iterman Nelson, will accompany Gayle Schantz, John Patterson, Judy The Sophomore "Spirit Jug" aL the game with Forks. sec(md win for the one more home this year. 1L looks will win the jug at year, or there may Petty, Mqrgie Green, nnd Clye The Junior Varsii Fain (edih)r); and the three re- cheerleaders made maining class students, Patsy bake sale held at Bixenmann, Dennis Shelly, and urday Tom McKay will be unable to at- tend the (,vent since thev mnst LIQUOII perform at the Bainbriclge v.s. Liquor sales at North Mason basketball game Fri- store of the State day night. Included in the week- Board were $24,632.75 end events are a dance Friday uary tim board night in the Husky Den. a Sat- were $20,051.68 in urday breakfast, a Friday ban- ~ 376.98. quet~ and journalism diseussions. The group will leave the school Friday morning and will return Saturday afternoon. Editor, Clye Fain, will stay at a University sorority l~ouse. The NorLh Mason Science Club will sponsor a science fair this April, with the exact date not decided as yet. The purpose of the fair will be to stinmlate an active interest in the field of science and potential job opportunities. Of the applicants thus fat' two very in- :tePesting experiments are being prepared. One of these is a study of the embryological development of 'the chicken and the other is the genetic potential of Dros- ophila melanogastic (the fruit fly). The club advisors are Mr. Strain, Mr. Gruber, and Mr. Mag- nus, who have been helping all in- terested students. ]FEB. 13, CLAS~ 8-1 sponsoi'ed a ~Talentine's Day sock hop in the gym. Fifteen minutes before the dance started, refreshments were served in the Home-ec room. After eating, the seventh and eighth graders traveled" to the gym for their dance which lasted from ,1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Records pro~ided some of thc music, but the Four Transistors, Gary Shelly, Don Huson, Albert ForUnan, and Ken Bead sang several song's also. Ad- mission to this dance was 10¢. The Junior high band is under the direction of Donn Nelson and his two assistants, Barbara Kow- alczyk and Ron Bickle. The band has been doing very well with the instruments they have, but it could use some more low brass. An who is in junior high and inter- ested in joining can contact Mr. Nelson for more information. A story is t01d a ing between the promoter and er who founded and Henry Ford, explanation• Had of the meeting bee chances are that Model T, Model quest Ford been General rather than bein competition. 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