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October 14, 1971

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pondman; William H. Landis, - I.W.A. Local 3-38, all of Watches recognizing their 25 service, dryer grader; Truman Lee, clipper Olympic Plywood; years of Simpson Timber Also honored at Olympia operator; and brothers Alfred W. Merle F. Stoney, peeling enrollment for Company service were awarded to were 24 other local people who Newby,charger operator, and foreman of Shelton Veneer; at The Evergreen 60 local people at the Company's were recognized for serviceWesley L. Newby, veneer Alfred Anensen, cripple patcher; ~e, Olympia, 'has W a s h i n g t o nS t a t eexceeding 25 years, tallyman, all of Shelton Veneer; Leighton Bassett, general set-up ~ud ;et target figure Quarter-Century banquet - The local people receiving 25 Dorothy M. Schwietering, junior and knife grinder; Paul more than eight per Wednesday night at the Tyee year awards include 35 from accountant-Shelton; and (R.F.)Eygaboard, door patcher and announced this week Motor Inn in Olympia. Shelton operations, 18 from Frosty Godwin, supervisor- George B. Sherwood, cripple Perrin Smith. Simpson Chairman, W. G. McCleary Plants and seven from merchandising service center. Reed, Jr. of Seattle was featured Camps Grisdale and Govey. patcher, all of McCleary Door; e enrollment totals Representing McCleary are and James L. Simmons just a small handful speaker. Six other persons from The Shelton Quarter-Century Lester Bland, core layer; Fred F. Maintenance superintendent of Simpson's Seattle operations are George A. Adams, planningBoucher, panel patcher; Robert McCleary Plywood. ~gistrations to be including Company President G. supervisor, Washington D. Pearson, jointer operator; Thirty-five year men are , Smith said. In L. Oswald also were honored. Timberlands; Donald E. Stoddard, Clarence Sanders, press operator Lawrence R. Bernert, fireman, ~ergreen has enrolled The 66 persons are among welder leadman, Central Shops; and Chester M. White, glue Shelton Power: Marvin J. Leman, te Students, bringing 113 Simpson employees from Robert S. Holt, chief rustler, all of McCleary Plywood; steam engineer; and Paul E. total for the new Washington, Oregon and engineer-special products;DonaldForrest Beerbower, crane Leege, check scaler (retired), Year of operations California who are receiving E. Northness, superintendent;operator; Clinton D. Bland, stock Washington Timberlands; George i Quarter-Century watches this fall. Albert L. Bell, senior shift cutter; Parker A. Blunk, doorD. Benjamin, door patcher; Wales LStration process was Together, their 193 careers engineer; Frank W. Collins, patcher; Vernie Downey, head B. Dorrah, door sapper; Adler 1 entirelYentingbYonmail.the / represent 5,295 years of Simpson mechanic, and Clifford M. Coutts, . plauerman; Ralph W. Frederick. Tincani. stile cripple patcher; and : figures, Evergreen senior shift engineer-leadman, all door patcher; Robert Krack, door Donald Nelson, technical ~tand Provost David of SheltonPowerPlant; patcher; Kenneth J. Mohney, superintendent, all of McCleary W oodrow B. J ohnson~ stock cutter; Alfred D. Peek, door Door Plant; Melvin W. Buchanan, student response to AFS Club production manager; Lawrence S. patcher; Leo L. Porter, lift truck machine defect cutter; Fabian new academic option S Latham, general superintendent; operator; George A. Waters, head Crane, edge gluer feeder; James R. raduate learning has Sp Louis F. Tylczak, shipping beader; Nick C. Bosler, patching Reynolds, core layer, and Leslie idQus. At a time when onsor foreman; Leonard Anderson, pulp foreman (retired) all of McCleary A. Reynolds, millwright all of r011rnents are slowing operator and Matthew M. Door Plant. McCleary Plywood. qlWide, Evergreen is DCIRCe Lambert, pulp operator, all of The Camps are represented by 'ibed by full-time Insulating Board Plant; Maurice Robert L. Butler, dozer operator ~his has happened A.F.S. club sponsored the M. Barnett, benchman;FrancisA, and Robert D. Puhn, general Qaet that in a short IBR first school dance of the year. The Hawley, planer breakdown; cutting foreman of Camp Govey; We had to overhaul " dance was a big success with Lynx William E. Dennis, millwright William F. Durward, power saw ~rona on campus to a supplying the music. The advisors leadman and Alvin L. Sheppard, mechanic; Elmer L. Lockwood, ~f-campus locations for A.F.S. club are Miss Radtke, scaler, all from Shelton Sawmills; power saw operator; Fred 11. ct registration Mr. Miller, and Mr. Aaron. Frank Hoosier, pond boat Webster, power saw operator; Y~ail. Officers are presidents Tom operator of Shelton Boom: Herbert F. Brehmeyer, Jr., logging ,'el this is a very Brigham and Jerry Johnsen; Edward R. Bunnell, extra iointer foreman; Joseph Fischer. reSPonse to the secretary, Sharon Makoviney and operator; Vernon L. Chainbers, construction foreman, all of rnic planning. It treasurer, Dodi Wotton. glue rustler; William W. Kytta, Camp Grisdale. fleets the strong R~LE IR A new club organized at SHS core laver; Edward J. Okonek, tlonored for 30 years service F OUr faculty and is Spanish Club. President is Joe assistant shipping clerk; Will tt. were Albert D. Petzold, t that they, our Colo, vice president is Dawn Rue, Simpson, plugger operator; supervising foresterlands and d staff have and secretary-treasurer is Jane William Vanderveer, fireman, and records; Emmett Laney iini~es~O~.ii ~i ~!b~iii!ii!ilriiiiiiili ~i~i!!i~~o~~i~ ' v" " " during the past B MO Y K A Pogreba. The club s ad lsor is Miss Arvil L. Freels, foreman, all of backtender at Insulating Board This effort started Pasero. Olympic Plywood; Fred Burgess, Plant; John Fentiman. cleanup rfference at which A puppy auction brought inclipper operator; Coady K. man, Shelton Sawmills; Kenneth and new - were about $40 dollars to the Girls Craddick, pond foreman; Joe V. E. ttill, cutoff sawyer; Kermit s and students 1 Club treasury. Five half-breed Cronquist, clipper operator; Livermore, jitney driver; John E. I~ CO. and placed in Norwegian Elk Hounds went to Donald M. Johnson, clipper Rebman, general foreman; and 607 S. 1st Shelton faculty leaders,editionare selected from the handicaps to keep up with topics the highest bidder for each. operator; William Kirby, headDarrell D. Sparks, business agent iS$: the art of from another It resorting to Max Amsterdam regular Reader's Digest, most of of current interest. Mary M. Knight Student Council Working On Constitution Revision FROM By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER The Mary M. Knight student council is now in the process of rewriting the school's constitution. The constitution is being rewritten by a special committee made up ~ff ~,nc member from each class. It is |P',=PARE]= planned to have it done by the is the end of this month. and careful ~gn;.tu feO?l~et The M.M.K. cross country s team scored a last place at last orne is miles week's meet at Saint Martins. The team is having another meet this Thursday at South Bend. always be Last Friday night's dance YOu pack. proved to be a financial and social aspirin or a success for the senior class. The gesic, a and dance, which was held in the gym, can add drew in around 60 people. "This the family's dance brought the senior class out of debt for the first time since last the person s is insect d or spray have along if ~re a remedy and one for The Community Library caused by However, i~Association is sponsoring a conditions Christmas Workshop to be held in an a day or the Shelton Public Library by a Tuesdays beginning Oct. 19 at 10 Library Group Slates Workshop ,r. ,!o help you a.m. Ounce or Instructions in making all wish you types of Christmas decorations campout, from tablecloths to lapel pins will be given during the four week session. The course will be free and anyone interested may register at 426.2 ! 65 the library where they will receive information on materials needed to 7:30 for the first class. to 6:00 Classes will be limited so early enrollment is suggested. year," said Mike Sinclair, a Mary M. Knight senior. A Boy Scout troop and a Cub Scout troop were formed at the school last week. Dale Armstrong was chosen as scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts and Martin Crablree was chosen as his assistant. Fro the Cub Scouts Robert Trimble was chosen as scoutmaster and as his assistant Bob Trinkman was picked. There are eight boys, ages eight through I1, in the Cub Scouts and 10 boys, ages 11 thru 15, in the Boy Scouts. The Parent Teachers Organization took in more than $300 at it's recent Harvest Dinner. "The dinner was a huge success," said Mrs. Nellie Cole, who was in charge of preparing the meal. Friday will be Teachers Professional day for the teachers of the school. Teachers will take part in "various educational experiences" while students get the day off. Ecology club is responsible for recycling tin cans for the State Grange Shelton area. Receptacles for tin cans to be recycled are on the Hundreds of mourners from throughout the Pacific Northwest and some from Washington, D.C., gathered Wednesday in the little wheat community of St. John, Whitman County, to pay their last respects to Albert Lars Nelson, Master of the Washington State Grange since 1953 and Overseer of the National Grange for 10 years. q hey included National Grange Master and Mrs. John W. Scott of Washington, D.C., officials of the Federal Farm Credit System and Spokane Federal Land Bank, Masters of neighboring State Granges and Washington State Grange officers. The State (;range officers were led by Jack Silvers, who has automatically succeeded Mr. Nelson as Master by virtue of his office of Overseer, the equivalent of vice president. Mr. Nelson died of a heart ailment in Seattle Saturday evening after a short illness. He was believed at that time to be recovering nicely after about 2 weeks in the Ballard Community Hospital, following a recent series of heart attacks. He was 62. now or elive San ur e rls mas overseas Family Market parking lot. Cans should be opened at both ends and flattened with labels rem oved. The Shelton High School Drama department is readying their Children's Theatre production, The Princess for performances next week at the elementary schools. An evening performance, for the general public, is planned for Thursday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. Students - you have a vacation Oct. 15 while teachers have professional conferences. AUTOMOBILE: an invention which makes people go fast and money faster. Jimmy Lyons STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME TOBINSKI & 317 S. 1st St. PHONE 491-3232 ANYTIME! CALL COLLECT! Buy Norcross Cards and you buy the finest from Open: 9:30 - 7:30 Weekdays and 9:30 - 6 p.m. Saturday. 5th & Franklin Buy Cars Remodel Houses Consolidate Bills Send Kids To School Buy Appliances Etc., Etc. I IIM EM PL.OYEI[8, FEDERAL. 5th and Cedar Sts. Phone 426-1633 Each member account in~,ured to $20,000. Thursday, October 14, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13