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10 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in 'CChristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Lake Nahwatzel Families Fete Friends Family Newlmad had many friends in the Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelton area. Chappen over the week-end were Allan Hickson spent last Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed of Abet- day in Seattle on business, deen. SUNDAY dinner guests at the Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson had home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kel- ] Monday evening callers Mrs. Clift Icy, was Doug Parker. and Mrs. Ralph Killough, school- Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. teachers at Mary M. Knight School. John Patton entertained Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough, Mrs. Art Jacobson of Shelton. Shelton were Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tyynismaa guests of the Hewsons. By Joan Tuplmr LAKE NAHVAWZEL --- Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin were din- ner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright, Shelton. Drop-in guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson were Mr. and )/Irs. PaL Havens and boys of Shelton. Mrs. Frank Cooper spent last Monday thru Thursday at the Ma- nier residence in Olympia. Frank Cooper Jr. left last Fri- day for his new assignment at :,Payne Field in Everett. Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker were visited by :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson on Friday, they enjoyed an evening of playing pinochle. Last Friday, the Bleekers were saddened by the death of Mrs. Bleeker's sister, Mrs. Helen New- land of San Francisco. Calif. Mrs. and family, Mrs. Margaret Tjoms- land. all of Seattle and Miss Susan Tjomsland. of Shelton were Sun- day visitors at the Patton home. Friday evening dinner guests aL Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper's home were Mr. and lrs. Art Palmer of Matlock. Mr .and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen visited the Rock shops in Tacoma and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Lawson of Shelton on Sun- day. Fee ! shy about wearing your heart on your sleeve?  Then give him a Valentine ,N from... Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Railroad Thursday evcnmg guests at the Hewson's home were Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crowell, and Mrs. M. E. Crowell. The Hewson's daughter, Mrs. Phil Parker and children of Olym- pia were overnight guests on Sa- turday night. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Montesano. The Tuppers had the pleasure of having Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer for dinner guests last Sunday. The occasion was to celebrate Palmer's birthday which was Feb. 4. We wish to extend "Happy Birthday" wishes to him, and also Mrs. Pal- mer whose birthday will be Feb. 9. : .... : Q Hoodsport Brownie Troop Tours MARY M KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS Post Office To See Its Operation HOODSPORT Ten members of Brownie Troop 320 and their leader, Mrs. Don Sutton, visited the Hoodsport Post Office on Jan. 29. Betty Goodpaster, Postmaster showed the girls just how the mail was handled and how the various installations are operated. Each girl received a United States Post Office Secret l/lessage and  Mem- bership card of Jr. Postal Service. Mr. and Mrs. John Laramie are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Jerilyn Rene arrived last Tues- day morning just a few hours too late to make last weeks news. She checked in at seven pounds and five ounces and Irma say's she's a second Missy. Missy, now four and a half years old is proving to be a splendid little helper. Of cour- se, Cy and John are doing their share to make the new little gai feel right at home. Canal Court Order of Amaranth is giving a Pancake Breakfast Feb. 10. This will be held at the Lilliwaup Community Hall and food will be served from 8 a.m. un- til 2 p.m. Buttermilk hot cakes will be served, all you can eat. Ham and eggs and coffe will com- plete the menu. One dollar dona- tions will be received. Money will be donated to the Shrine Child- ren's Fund for Braces. MRS. BILL DEAN spent a few days in the Clinic Hospital. She is home again and feeling fine. Cub ScOuts, Boy Scouts and Ex- plorers are busy preparing and working toward the Annual Blue and Gold Dinner which .commem- orates the birthday of Scouting. This is scheduled for Feb. 21. On the first of the month Den Mo- thers got together at the Bill Ren- net home at Cushman for a plan- ning session. We will keep you posted on this as the leaders are most anxious that this be an out- standing event in the Scouting year. Recently Mr and Mrs. Burr Tweed and Bill Renner attended a Pow Wow in Olympia. This was a part of a three year training cour- se for leaders. There were four workshops set up. Betty attended one on handcraft, Butt took in ceremonies and skits while Bill learned some new things about Pack administration. Remember, circle Feb. 21 Blue and Gold Dinner ! A number of Canalities attend- ed the Concert at the Shelton Bap- tist Church Sunday afternoon given by the Gustavus Choir from the Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter Minn. This was an outstand- ing performance and all who at- tended were most enthusiastic. Mr. and Mrs. John Pill. Mrs. Anne Berge, Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Gain, Mrs George Yocom. Mrs. ton Webb, Altie Ahl and Rule Dick- inson were. local folks we noticed in the audience. THE MASON County PTA coun- cil is sponsoring Dr. Silvernail. Supt. of the Edmonds Schools, in an appearance open to the public Feb. 14. This meeting will be held in the Evergreen School at 8 p.m. Dr. Silvernail toured Russia mak- ing a study of Soviet education and will speak of his impressions of the U.S.S.R. Betty Tweed, vice president of the Council and our informant about this meeting sug- gested that the men take their wives to dinner that night and then on to this meeting. Why? Valentine's Day! Come in and meet the friendly, experienced automobile men who staff this newest Rambler dealership. They are dedicated to serving the ever-growing number of Rambler owners in this community. When you drop in to get acquainted, you'll see the smartest line of new cars on the market--the 1963 Ramblers--the New Shape of Quality! See them, admire them, and be sure to drive them for the thrill of a motoring lifetime. In the service department, skilled mechanics work with the most lnodel'n tools and equipment to assure fast, efficient service on all make cars. And the large stock of Select Used Cars offers buyers a wide choice. So plan a visit during the gala opening celebration. Take advantage of the high trade-in allowances and special cele- bration prices your new Rambler deal0r is offering during this get-acquainted period! V-8 RAMBLE'R MOTOR TREND M00u3AZINE'S "CAR OF THE YEAR" 'AMBLER AMERICAN * RAMBLER CLASSIC 6 * RAMBLER AMBASSADOR Bill Trenehmarm Is Selected Student Body President to Take Office This Semester At the student elections last week an entirely new group of student body and class officers was chosen. Bill Trenckmann, a junior', was .keted student body president to sueceedGerald Creamer, whose term expired at the end of the se- mester. Bill is prominent in ath- letics and takes an active part in 4-H club activi- ties. He has won numerous awards and trophies with his exhibits and demonstrat i o n s at' both the state l'reuemann and local levels. Other new student body officers are Pat Walker, vice president;i Gerald Creamer, secretary; David! Valley ,and Mac Cockburn, treasur- ers. Class officers elected were: FRESHMEN: President, Vernon Buckanan; vice president, Loretta Beerboower; treasurer, Neville Dale: student body represenatives, Gloria Beerbower and Alan Tupper and class sponsor, Shirlee Murphy. SOPHOMORES: President, Nan- cy Stodden; vice president, Bonnie Nichols; secretary, Donna Owen; treasurer, Leroy Valley; student body representative, Clovis Cream- er and class sponsor, Thomas Mur- phy. JUNIORS: President, Stetson Palmer: vice president, Jerry DeFocr; secretary, Jackie Landis; treasurer, Jim Hollatz; student body representative, Pat Walker and class sponsor, Mr. Hoisington. SENIORS: President, Gerald Creamer; vice president, Louisa S p a ld i n g; secretaary-treasurer, Virginia Hollatz; student body representatives, Gene Brehmeyer and Judy Landis and class spon- sor, Jack Hogben. Rene Perkins, an eightht grade student, again heads the honor roll with nine A's. Stetson Palm- er. a junior, was a close second with seven A's and two B's, and Donna Owen, sophomore, had a straight A average in five sub- jeers. Complete grade statistics are shown below: HIGH SHOOL HONOR ROLL First Semester HIGH HONORS: Stetson Palm- er. 7A, 2B; Tom Dale, 5A, 2B; Mac Cockburn, 4A, 2B; Virginia Hollatz 5A, 1B, lC; Donna. Owen 5A; Dennis DeFoer 4A, 1B; Jerald Shaw 3A, 4B and Neville Dale, 3A. 3B. HONORABLE MENTION: Gene Brehmeyer, Jerry DeFoer and Jackie Landis. ELEMENTAllY HONOR ROLL EIGHTH GRADE: Rene Perk- ins. 9A ; Carol Owen, 5A, 4B; Bar- barn Owen 4A, 5B and Jane Chap- pell. 4A, 3B. SEVENTH GRADE: Jan Starks, 7A. 2B; Alvin Owen, 2A, 6B and Kathleen Ca.rgile, 4A, 5B. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES: Debbie Brehmeyer, A and B; Me- lanie Dale, A and B; Kelly Car- tile, A and B; Kathleen Hickson, A and B; Rodney Reeve, A; Kathy Stoddcn, A; Teresa Trimble, A; Kenny Howard, A and B; Kathy May, A; Sandra Perkins, A; Judy Springer, A; Frances Trimble A and Kathy West A. PARCHMENT AND SCROLL By Shirlee Murphy, Librarian A nurnber of new books arrived during Jafiutry. Were you ever curious to know how the first atom was smashed? Or perhaps you may have wondered about ether modern inventions such as the typewriter, the motion pie- turc. or the submarine. Mont- gomery's "The Story Behind Great Inventions" gives a dramatic ac- count of these and many more. In Lucas' "Vast Horizons" the sagas of discovery from the Cru- saders to the Mongols and to Prince Henry the Navigator are opened to armchair adventurers. Boys from the sixth through eighth grades will want to read Bruce Bliven's account of "The Story of D-Day" or perhaps "The Golden Age of Railroads" by Hol- brook. Other' titles just received will be available soon. With the reference section of the library being set to rights, every- thing is systemized to the extent that no further major operations are being considered. General classes in library skill begin next week for the 7th and 8th grades and wiil continue throughout the upper grades. JUDY LANDIS HAS been filing catalog cards for two weeks and will continue to mm the gauntlet of library jobs with the intention of preparing herself for a posi- tion With the State Library in Olympia. Looking ahead to next year is LoreLta Beerbower, now training as a library assistant. She is learning to shelve and process i books that are returned to the I library from circulation.. It is also ] her task to put up the newspapers each day and to cheek in current magazines as they arrive. I When the elementary grades come to the library for their skill and story hour, all of ns are kept busy helping with selections and checking out books. "Time and Two Women" and "Breast Self-Examination" were the titles of American Cancer So- ciety films shown at the school on the evening of Jan. 31 by Mrs. Ike Ford. Twenty-five ladies were present, including two from Shel- ton who braved the icy roads to attend because they had missed a previous showing. Mrs. Ford con- ducted a discussion period follow- ing the films and distributed pert- inent literature regarding cancer  Mrs, Hilda Clift assisted by operat-i ing the projector. - Because the quality of the high school program meets established l standards of the State Board of Education and that all reqmre- ments regarding curriculum and attendance have been fulfilled, the school is now on the fully ac- credited list of secondary schools was he welcome report from Al- fred T. McCallum, Director of H E A T Thursday, Secondary Education, who visited the school last week in the com- pany of J. W. Goodpaster, county superintendent. MeCallum examined the plans for the new building, declared them entirely adequate and there- fore did not consider it necessary to make any further' inspection of present building. The old adage about it being an evil zephyr that doesn't stimu- late a favorable result to some- body has its adherents and sup- porters tbroughout the student body. Because of recent events tbey place more than normal cre- dence in the idea. When the pressure tank for the school water system su6eumb'ed to the infirmities of old age ahd got a crack in its epide:rmis, a chain reaction was started which was not only received with acclaim by the students but also caused a se- vere ease of flutters on the part of tbe administration. With the loss of pressure there is no water for the boiler whick shuts itself off automatically; con- sequently there is no steam for heating', the classrooms cool off and the drinking fountains go dry. Then you leave if you don't want to invite a case of pneu- monia. As a result of the fractured tank, the students and faculty went home early in the afternoon on Monday of last wails of protest by tirely sotto voce. THOMAS DeFoer rigged up the outfit and after bours the repairs and the water more in operation. feared a new tank sary which would ing of school for days during skillful welding job functions normally sumed the following More trouble last Thursday since made the highways and rendered them for bus administrative woes of electric power had neither lights service. FIFTH AND Kenneth Stodden after an absence of due to illness. We to have him with us To promote Mrs. Hummel picture prints from Central Library for classroom. Sandra Perkins played several types Her latest is a key keeper. The fifth grade is : study of the North America this next project is ca. Many history and received. The sixth their study of They learned a the life and ous countries. SECOND AND Everyone is story each week. were given a choice jects, "My First "My First Horseback It-proved to be when we removed pictures from the had we done this out the window and'l ing. We are delighted Miller Howard back sence due to illness..: SEVENTH AND By Rene Cops! We slipped on our face. It the weather but we skid when the Quinault in a here last week. have stroked their wrong way snowed under to a a score of 37-18. positively ran wild scoring in which he 22 points. Below are the woeful scoring MMK 1.8 A. Owen 2 f D. reamer f D. Gribble e B. Hollatz 5 g D. Stodden ii g MMK Subs--M. Oien, M. Hickson. Quifiault Subs English, Hoogie, The 7th and 8th great deal of interest ton history. Text subject were ginning of the Book reports be phase of our tory. Ph. 426-8i39 YOU SHOULD k CLINT WILL Do you know whether or Life Insurance Company knowledged your wife's bi rth ? WW NATI! In The Cold, Cold Winter COMPLETE AND ABSOLUTE 'COMFORT FOR YEARLY FUEL COST LESS THAN $10.00 A MONTH 30085o: o To You Average 2-Bedroom Home 8,000 WATTS Electric Baseboard HEAT INSTALLED TERMS E O O O  ,E cn l O 2: el PIIONE 426-6477 TIIACKERAY ELECTRIC 217 COTA STREET