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Page 12 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Five File, For School Board In Hastine ishnd District By Donette R. Glaser Received too late for last week) HARSTINE. Five persons have filed for the two positions that are open on the Harstine Island School Board. Hugo A. Glaser and 1Vh-a. Austrid Saegers terms will expire in March. Mr. Glaser is not seeking reelection. Those seeking the positions are George T. Waite, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Tierney, H. V. Glaser, Sid Baunsgard and Mrs. Saeger who is seeking reelection, Harstine Teen-Club met Satur- day night at 7:30 at the Jack Meets home. Officers elected were Cindy Waite. president; Cheryl ]eeks. secretary; Dan Me- Auliffe, treasurer They plan a card party at the hall March 16. F R I D A Y EVENING Mrs. George L. Waite Jr., Mrs. James Lohrer; Mrs. Larry Jen'ells and Mrs, Glenn Yafes attended a jewelry party in Shelton at the James Archer home. They crossed over on the 6. enjoyed the party and returned home on the 9. Michael McAuliffe last Wednes- day left for San Francisco. a week's visit with friends and relatives, then on to El Tots Air- force Base for about a month, then on to Japan and a year's tour with the U.S. Marine Coz.ps. Sure nice to have had you home for a visit Mike. sure wish though we could have seen you in your "Dress Blues." The John Budds spent the week- end on the Island at their home on "Strecks Freeway. GEORGE AND M A X I N E VVAITE and boys, Dave, Ed and Bill spent the weekend in Van- couver B,C. They attended the Vancouver Boat Show-. stayed over night at a motel, then on home via Deception Pass, Whidby Is- land and the Muckelteo ferry. They now plan on taking in the Portland and Seattle Boat Shows. Some 30 members of the Shel- ton Ski Club chartered a bus and spent, a recent Sunday skiing at the White Pass Resort. Mike Meek, Dan McAuliffe. Harlin Jet- yells and Cindy Waite made ar- rangements to stay in town Satur- day night so they wouM bc a?2c :, join the group at 5 a.m. Tncy turned to Shelton a lzttle alter 8 p.m. Mike McAuliffe met them at the depot and happy to say they made the 9 ferry nome. SGT. BILL GORTZ, U.S.li.(.,. stationed at 29 Palms. Calm. ' spending his 30-day leave with hm mother, Mrs. Bill Gortz at the south end. Mrs. Gortz reports her captain husband is still hospital. ized in Massachusetts Generm Hospital, Boston, Mass. It is hoped he will be released within the next two weeks, The captain was injured in a fall aboard his ship the S.S. Long. Our Senior Skipper. Martin Goetnch has returned to work after a two-month leave of ab- sence. Mart was hospitalized for a while at the Marine IIospital Welcome back Mart. Mrs. H. A. Glaser celebrated her birthday anniversary Feb. 2 wlth most of her family "at home for the day." The Joe Glasers and children, Linda, Patty, Margie, and girl friend. Mary Ann. all of Brem.. erton, daughter Margaret, bus. band Lauren and Danny & Pare of the C.D.W. Ranch. Rosedale. son Dick of Shelton and the H. V.'s snd children of Harstine. On Wednesday, daughter Margaret entertained at s hsndkerchief party honoring Mrs. Glaser at hm home at Rosedale. Those attend- ink were Mrs. Thelma McGrew and Helen Glaser Franich of Ta- coma, Mrs. Sid Madge of Harstine. Rose Huhs of Seattle. and Mrs Chrissie Seekings, long time Is- land resident of arstine. now, liv- ing in Tacoma. the honored guest and the hostess. MRS. FLORENCE JERRELLS is sgeding a few days in Seattle looking after her father and visit- ing her mother, who underwent major surgmw last week. Harstine School was closed Tuesday, because the teacher. Mrs. Dorothy Green, and the four Gla- set children all had colds and sore throats. HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS Valentine Dance Planned Feb. 15; School District Has Old Desks For Sale OLD DESKS FOR SALE pointer was Darlee Gray who The School District has many made 16 points, old desks that are not of any use Bordeaux scored 2 points in the to the school and can be par- first quarter and 2 points in the cha;ed at the old bus garage at 4th quarter. This is Bordeaux's the Lower Skokomish Sclmol first year to have a girls team. Many of the desks available ,re The fifth and sixth grade Lower nf the type now popular as trio- Skokomish boys had a game with plmne desks, pioneer at the Pioneer gym, Feb. Cul] or contact Gone Spaulding 8th, The score was 33 to 28 in at the Lower Skokomish School. Lower Skokomish's favor. The price is very reasonable. $2. The high pointer in the Skokom- DANCE ish game was Jody Campbell who A Valentine Dance will be held made 19 points. The players on Friday, Feb. 15 after the basket- the Skokomish team were Jody ba,ll game at. the Hoodsport Gym. Campbell, Steve Lyman 4 poifits, This dance will be for the Junior Dan- Cle,eland "5 points. Jim High and Ahmmi. This will be the Reedcr and Bill Timm 4 points. second of three activities spon- The ninth grade will paly last sored by the faculty to raise year's ninth grade. Feb. 15 at the money for their lounge furniture. Hoodsport gym. After the game MRS. rANAMAKER'S VISIT a dance will be held. Thursday, Feb. 7, Mrs. Wana- The players on the tenth rade maker visited the Junior High. team will be Marly Rose, E(l La- She isa representative for Scho- tham, Rick Peterscn P.odney lastic Magazine Company. Be, fore Matey. Dave Smith and L':'ry worlthzg for Scholastic Magazine Spaulding. r The nineth grade team playc", Mrs. \\;aaamaker was public su- perintendent of schools in W'ash- are Rick Giles. Robert Miller, Jof ington state. Wc were honored ry Cbeatham. Glenn Johns, Willie with her visit, Pierce, Roy Sage, Mark Hanson, POR PS and Tim BzTant. The seventh and eigh!h grade boy had a basketball gam with North Mason at the North Mason ym. The score was 15 to 34 in The American Legion orLh Mason's favor. of Wash. The ninth grade boys also had IJPept.. a game with North Mason, Feb. sti at. the North Mason gym The FRED B. WIVELL score was 38 to 27 in the ninth POST 31 grades favor, The players were Rick Giles. Jay Umphenour, Commander Jerzw Cheatham. Robert Miller, J, Mel Dobson. Adjutant Glenn Johns and Villie Pierce. The fifth and sixth grade lower Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Skokomish girls had a game with FEBRUARY 5 and 19 Bordeaux at the Lowm' Skokom- ish gym, feb. 6th.  At The -- The score was 38 to 4 in the Memorial Hall---8 p.m. Lower Skokomish game, The high BUSINESS DIRECTORY Service Radio - TV Phonographs o, CB 2-way radio LEROY'$ TV SERVICE i Mr, View Ph. 426-3172 i Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 I Tire Service New . Goodrich . 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Reed High School. is a mem- ftcpl-cn I, :obertson, seaman ;pl)i%t]  ice. ! r,;N. son of Mrs. Betty L Townsend, Shelton, is serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS Helena, which was part of the combined force of 20 ships en- gaged in Exercise Saddle Blanket early in February off the coast of Southern California. bet of the class of '64. Cadet Zopolis will be awarded a B.S. degree and a commission as an Air Force second lieutenant upon his graduation from the Academy. Cadet Nicholas M. Zopolis, Shel-' Artillerv's 4th Missile Battalion. ton. has been named an assistant rececd;ly completed ont \\;veel el element leader with the rank ol mi;tsile firing practice ut Pma cadet teehniea] serge'mr at the Igqaeh Range, EDna} Zone. Air F'orce Academy. LieuLena.nt endcr's v.uit. ;,treed ,Cadet Zopolis. [ion of Mr, and witl the Hawk missile, is regular-. Mrs. Pete N. Zopolis. Shelton. was ly st ationed :t* (eort Shermuu. Ca- chosen for the position m recog- nal Zone. nitSon of his leadershio abilities The lieutenant, a platoon lead- er in the battery, entered the Arm.y in June, 1961. was last sta- tioned at Fort Bliss. Tex.. and ar- rived in the Canal Zone in July, 1962. His wife, Joan, is with him in the Canal Zone. Glenn C. Story, aviation boats- waiWs mate airman. USN. son of Army 1st Lt Lynn A. Bender, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Story, Shel- son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper A. ton. zs serwng aboard the attack Bender. Shelton, and other mem- aircraft carrier USS Constallation, bers of Battery D of the 517th which was part of the combined f,rcc of 20 ships engaged in E.er- [ (u:e Sa,tdlc. lanket early in February off tile coast of South- ,,wn California. ,;rim V. Morgan. airman USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mor- gan. Sheiton is serving at Mid- way Island. Pvt. Viola, L. Baker. 20, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs Clarence A. Baker. Belfair, recently completed eight weeks of basic military training at the Women's Army Corps Center, Fort McClellan. Ala. On the basis of aptitude and inter- est tests administered during training, Private Baker will re- main at the fort for specilized training in typing and clerical procedures. '$00]' Subject ef "Sotli" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon this Sunday at Shelton First Church of Christ, Scimltist. Bible readings will include this passage from Psalms (42:11) : "Why art thou east down. O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God: Richard T. Ing, electronics tech- nician third class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ing, Hoodsport, is serving aboard the ocean-going minesweeper USS Es- teem. which was part of the com- bined force of 20 ships engaged in Exercise Saddle Blanket early in February off the coast of South- ern California. $cic00liat for I shall yet praise the health of my [ my God." 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