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January 10, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page 16 HOOD CA00IAL $CfiOOL NEWS Faculty Bowling Team Tops League in First  Half; Benefit Gme Planned For Jan. 25 BOWLING TEAM Tile nlen's faculty bowling team of our school district came out first in their league for the first half of the season. Their sponsor, Ralph's Serv-,U, gave them a hear- ty -congratulation. The team consists of Mr. Pill, Mr. Jackson, Mr. John,on, Mr. Bryant and Mr. Spaulding. Mr. Jackson holds high series so far for this year with a 620 series. They played their last game for the first half of the season Jan. 3. Their wives suprised them by coming to watch them bowl. SPORTS Due to Christmas Vacation there were no games scheduled for Hood Canal Junior High or Lower kokomish for the week of Jan. Hood Canal 7th and 8th grades next game is scheduled for the Jan. I1 with Belfair. The game will be there. Lower Skokomish next game ts with Kamilche on the same day. The game is also there. The Hood Canal 9th grade have t game with the faculty Jan. 25 at 7,p.m. The game will bc at the Hoodsport Gym. Admission will be charged. The admission will go toward the purchase of furniture for the Junior High teachers room LOWER SKOKOMISH SCHOOL The fifth and sixth grade stud- ents at Lower Skokomish School are inviting several adults in to talk about different careers and occupations that the students may be interested in. Their first guest will be Ray Peterson who will talk to them about the work of being a hydro- electric plant operator. The pur- pose of this is to get the students aquainted with different fields of work. This should be very benefi- cal to the student.s. HOODSPORT SCHOOL NEWS The staff at Hoodsport School all reported a fine Christmas holi- day. lrs. Avey was called to Califor- nia when her mother became ill. Mrs. Berge spent four days in Bremerton as the guest of the A1 Klnth family. Moore was planning to go ski- ing at Hurricane Ridge over Christmas, but was disappointed by the mild weather. Mrs. Himebough spent her va- cation in Brady at the home of her sister. Mrs. Dennis Schmidtz. Mrs, John Pill subtituted for Mrs. Avey in her absence. MARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS Industrial First Aid Class For Public Is Set For Next Two Weeks; Two Trophies Won The public is reminded that the Industrial First Aid classes which will continue for two weeks on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day nights on the dates of flare 15. 16 and 17 the first week and the following week on Jan. 22, 23 and 24. Classes are to be of three hours duration, or a total of 18 ham's for the complete course. Anyone is welcome to attend and the only expense is for a first aid manual which costs less than a dollar, The loud popping sounds heard throughout the building last week were the result of shirt buttons released from their moorings fol- lowing the acquisition of two beau- tiful tokens of achievement which aye being added to, the trophy ca- se display. EVelwbody from superintendent to coa,ch and sudcnt body was pa- rading around with chests expan- ded like pouter pigeons and the girls in Mrs. Bennett's domestic science class are due to gain a lot of. practical experience in replace- ment of the little white discs that add a certain dignity to the wear- ing of masculine adornment. AN ATTRACTIVELY engraved plaque is the pride of the music department for winning first place in the mounted band division at. the Elma fair. This organization under the direction of Dick Endi- cott was the hit of the fair circuits last summer and also won a nun'l- ber of other first places. Coach Hogben and his boys have good reason to be proud of their accomplishment in winning second place in the Neah Bay Christmas basketball tournament for which they also received an appropriate trophy, A few more like that one and the shop class will have its work cut out for them in building a. new trophy case. William A. V]nek. field repre- sentative of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. conferred with supt, E. O. French last onday with reference to children of parents who "are em- ployed on federal lands. Parents of p)spective first gra- ders should advise if their children will be enrolled next year. This is important so the administration may anticipate the need for books and supplies. Nme Delores Skinner plans to conduct hearing tests for all gra- des from first through twelve dur- in K January. A series of parent-teacher con- ference will begin this month. All conferences will be. definitely sche- duled in advance with a time limit of "tWenty minutes. 'S@t: French has announced the begi2ming of a thorough testing program on fundamentals in which he Will use the California Mental Maturity Tests by Large and Thorndyke. Supplementing this the Purdue high school English tests WiBibe given thi Week, ' THE" NECESSITY of good alth' habits is being stressed in 'ari0us  classes. This is most im- portant at this time because of the recent flu epidemic. PAULEY LIBRARY REFLECTIONS By Shirlee Murphy Circulating over 200 books the week before Christmas gave us plenty of work to do after vaca- til)n--checking books back in and making overdue slips. Resolved: "I shall not forget to return lib- rary materials on time in 1963." Many projects will be started in the new year. One plan includes a file of information on authors to be kept from such sources as book jackets and newspapers. This ma- teria,1 will bc carefully mounted and then arranged in alphabetical order in the vertical file. Students and teachers alike might find this information useful. Our vertical file holds material on many subjects such as educa- tion. economics, forests, Civil de- fense and higTiways. Pamphlet ma- terial ,'hat is currently useful is kept c this file and articles, piq- tures and charts appearing in 1ewspapers- and :nagazine and clipped and filed. Y,i,:donts can use this information to ;i:)0a.te reports to "fred out, and papers or jus " " " Teachers will find a systematic arrangement of special courses and summer schedules offered in 1963 to prepare them for addition- al professional training. These an- nouk%cements are to be found in the college bulletins. GRADES 3 AND 4 are still won- dering" what will happen to the tramp and the little skunk. The tramps bewildement at finding himself locked in a dark boxcar with this aromatic animal has been overcome. Next week's story hour may perhaps solve the di- lemma of paneakeless pockets and the tomato can of water no h,nger even damp. This story comes f'om "Smoke Above the Lane" by Mcin- alert DeJong. The second graders find they have read nearly all the book: the library has on their level anc anxiously await the bookmobile. Catch the bulletin board "New Arrivals" for some of our new titles. These books are in the Ju- nior and senior high school read- ing level on many subjects, The very latest reads, "How to Pre- pare for College Entrance Exam- ination," by Brownstein and Wei- ner. The library remained the same over the vacation with-the excep- tion that one of the plants died. Now the librarian is making some research on the care of house plants. The students as,nembly last Wed- nesday was devoted entirely to cducalional films. On the program were "Life Inside Russia," "Con- servation of National Resources," and "How the Moon Affects Us." The next assembly will include slides of an Oceanographic Tower and "Rockets for Dl'awing Board to Launching Pad." 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