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August 5, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 5, 1971

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Timber harvesting and Yield Unit were inspected by 172 tour. reforestation methods in the participants in last weeks The visitors saw Simpson Shelton Cooperative Sustained Washington Resources Council Timber Company's Camp Grisdale THE CHOWLINE lengthens at noon at the Camp Grisdale cookhouse as tour members of the Washington Resources Council were guests of Simpson Timber Company for lunch. | and woods operations in local timberlands jointly managed by Simpson and the U. S. Forest In the background are new trees which loggers will harvest in years ahead. ? Service on the second day of a public tour sponsored by the Resources Council. The first day of the tour included visits to the new Centralia steam electric plant and to the Weyerhaeuser Company forest nursery near Littlerock in Thurston Couuty. On their woods visit here, tour members were told this is the 25th year of the Sustained Yield Unit contract providing a 1 00-year forest management agreement between the Forest Service and Simpson. Camp Grisdale, Simpson's resident logging camp in Grays Harbor County, was established in 1946, the first year of the contract. From Grisdale, camp crews took the tour members through several logging activities. The visitors saw a tree felled and watched logs being hauled up to a forest landing by a slackline rigged spar tree. Professor David Scott of the University of Washington's School of Forest Resources explained the need for clear-cut logging of Douglas fir. This species is not tolerant to shade. To maintain its dominance, Scott said, the Douglas fir must have the open sunlight possible only when the area as cleared. At mid-day the tour group assembled for a loggers' lunch served in the Grisdale cookhouse by camp cook Roger Hansen and a crew of five women who make their homes in camp. Robert Barstad, Shelton district ranger of the Forest Service, told the group about the government's role in multiple-use management to provide a continuous tree crop in the SheRon unit.. ....... Dave James, vice president of public affairs for Simpson, provided a history of the Shelton Unit and its success over the past quarter-century. The Unit has stabilized the economy of the communities within the area and halted the old "boom and bust" pattern once familiar in timber-supported towns, he noted. Simpson and the Forest Service have operated as two honorable parties should. The Cooperative Unit is a successful example of uniting to serve mutual interests, he commented. \ The tour observed a second-growth thinning operation i !] enroute to Shelton. Del Borden & Son, a contract logger for THIS Eled-UF-POUN~! ~bov trout was caught Friday at Simpson showed his equipment -,ii !~~,, , and the care his crew takes in Lost Lake bY Roy--of 211 Wyandotte in Shelton- The removing marked trees from fish was 26112 inches long and was 16q2 inches around the over-stocked timber stands. , girth. A drive through Simpson s manufacturing plants at Shelton Deer Permit Deadline Told showed the tour group the value Shelton renewable forest officials reminded hunters today is unlawful for any person who resources are supplying jobs for that application deadline for drew an elk permit the previous over 2,000 people in the Unit and antlerless deer permits is 4:30 year to apply for the next two ~I ~ adding a $20,000,000 payroll p.m., Thursday, September 2.succeeding years. Any person each year to local communities. Deadline for cow elk applications , applying for an elk permit during The taxes paid from the is 4:30 p.m., Thursday, the period of ineligibility will be LILLIAN G. PAUL, 64, 600 S. 6th, Shelton, suffered a the accident, said both vehicles were northbound on the timber-supported industry in the September 16. automatically disqualified for an possible fractured skull, possible broken neck and fractured freeway when the McCord car struck the other vehicle in the Unit supports schools, hospitals additional twoyears. right arm when her station wagon, shown above left, was rear. Both vehicles went off the road to the right, with the and other government activities, invotved in a collision with a car, above right, driven by Paul vehicle rolling over several times. McCord suffered tour guides explained. ! HUNTERS! i Michael McCord, 29, 1239 Birch, Shelton, about 8:40 a.m. bruises to his chest. Wednesday. The Washington State Patrol, which investiqated ~ I r,l:T I" I NI B I Call for our Pre-Hunting ,eason I ooks Talk Gc 'dens I lIP * CLEAN * LUBRIO TE i ~--'~'tt~ ~ Ii V ~ By MORLEY KRAMER The Year Book of Agriculture". i ~llk'~t~/~ll Now that garden produce is at This comprehensive book tells the .!and INSPE(TION SPE(IAL I Get on the line...FAST,! its peak, the Shelton Public homemaker about nutritional [ I I ~I ~ -- ,. ,, . -- Library can provide you with needs, the quality of foods, food m the tull story ot the new ugg stions for preserving this costs, and developing good food ~ for your guns. I I bounty, in stock Expert ~F' m.. . __ ~.. The "Freezing and Canning The library also has a number mou hall, nn Mn,l, nrcnnr,l,c irll Cookbook provides complete of p am p hie ts on f o od ~ moun" g alignment. VlIVI. |lIVIVI..VI II..I! directions for preserving food and preservation, for example; I irren A Girard thI -- . - - -- -- putting it away for future use. It "Frozen Jams Jellies Spreads and being formed under the soonsorshio of includes many recipes for using Pie Filling," "Home Canning of ,Gunsmi -- -- this home-preserved food to make Fruits and Vegetables, ' "Home II ,111 II. m -- --i ..... appetizing dishes and nutritious, Freezing of fruits and ~ /'/ave your repairs made NOW, , I I J ~l IF ~ I II I~ ~! attractive meals. The "how-to-do" Vegetables," "Locker logic and -1111/I [ ,l.lillrll . 11 sections give complete, uptodate Pickle Pointers." ! BEFORE the seasonal rush! ! II , r-m~..ll ~ information on all methods of The Shelton Public Library is I I home freezing, canning and curing open from 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 i Phone 426-2501 i Find out how this club, in affiliation with the Ford Motorsports of meat based on the latestp.m. and from 7"00 p.m. to 9:00 research findings, p.m. Monday thru Friday. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9,.. 9,.. ~ ~ ~ .i,.. 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At tooo Field Advance Tickets -- Adults $1.50, Child 75 are available at: Apex Grocery and Miller's Shoe Dept. CLUB Jim EinarSS0n Trailblazers up his winning when he rode in the open Einarsson trophy dash A class main rode his in the open B Waite took of the 200 Bridgestone. Sunday Twin City Simons won main. Bill the 200 cc young Tad his first race,,, A class main. Work is tower and fairgrounds. urged to come in the evenings work as fairtira{ HouseWi To There the Tuesday on August 1 Timber bowlers are meeting. 2804 Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 5, 1971