Clipped From Port Angeles Evening News
ftttri ftttat fe§ ffiteMittg ffiflMThufsday, Aug. 30, 1§§8 Shelton state mi inwry A long-time resident of Shelton and retired pulp and paper maker, maker, is a candidate for the State House of (Representatives from the 24th Legislative District on the "Republican ticket. He is A. S. (Stev0) Viger, Viger was born in Michigan, attended attended high school in Munising, Mich, and Ferris Institute, Big Ratrids, Mich. He has always been employed in the pulp, paper and allied industries industries in labor and management capacities, tin 1914, organized Munising Local 161 Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers Union when the mills of the Middle- west were converting from the 12^hour day to the eight-hour day; has been superintendent of Rayo- nier, Inc., Shelton, and of Insulat- TOUGH EXPERIENCE TORONTO (AP)—Live telecasts of surgery on small animals are laying them in the aisles at the ing Board Division, Simpson Timber Timber Co. He served as a consult' ant after retirement and has done special wofk in the mfflte of Norway, Norway, Sweden, Canada and the u. s. Viger is a former director of School District 309, and commissioner commissioner of finance, city of Shelton, is a member of the Shetton Library Library Board, president and Mason County Unit American Cancer Society Society and a life member of Paper Paper Industry (Management Association. Association. He is a life-long Republican and feels that some one who has actual actual first-hand on-the-jolb knowledge knowledge and know-how of pulp, paper and the lumber industries' operational operational problems should be a member member of fche State Legislative ,body. He says he is in excellent physical physical and mental health and being retired, will devote the time necessary to fulfilling the obligations obligations of a state representative.