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February 28, 1963

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28; 1963 HitStailed 0n Farm ttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL_-- :,Publiahed in Ctristmastowb U.S.A.", Shelton,, Washington -- The Tony Elli- an exiting Wash- holiday. Marshall backing the old Ford ek across the Northern tracks from the house when the tnmk the track. Mr. Ellison in the truck made an into low gear but kvas 1o so before he had to he truck. In a short had to jump from also before tie Lain , and threw it into the the fence. Dams- the truck. Mrs. Darrel Monteith of Ore. visited last week- Phil Stoekr home. While participated as godpar- e Stoehr&apos;s young daugh- a baptismal service at church. Mr. Monteith er of Mrs. Stoehr. Rnckrnan family after Kamilche valiey corn- are me, Star wh employed. finish her term grade in Kamilch( father, Rev. W. .and wife of Coalinga, moving this Week to reside. Craddick are visit- the Mere Lam- of last week of Robert W. O'Mal- is the daugh- sym ' to the family. of Mescowin, and Thurs- dwin Petty fa- Jess Jordan and of Salem, Oregon guests at the Ed MARY H. KNIGHT SI0000L School Board Sets Resolutions ()n A!!mar- ance, School Dances and Extrucm runla,: Page 13 Satur- Grange hall. MCDonald had a Gellatly, to vi- OVer last Weekend. came from Redwood RObert McClelland ]uiam, were Sun- Cland Petereit -s this week at the are a Wednesday dinner honoring ays and a young ening on Friday. lens family and amens visited last ]and With Mr. and , . tureens and Grace ifton Barnes were at Grape- arty Simmons in and With six m house trailers Lher to Ocean City over the weel- tides at '.laras. of the ocean and Mrs. and the afternoon ons and Mr Lrds of Ar to B SCHOOL BOARD MEETING The school board meeting Feb. 18 was devoted entirely to mat- ters of business and school policy. Shirlee Murphy, librarian, made a report to the bo'rd about the present library and requirements and standards to be observed for the future library in the new hull- dins. The problem of boy and girl re- lationshil)s was discussed and the following resolutions were ad- opted : 1. Studeuts shall at, all times maintain an appearance in ac- cordance with accepted standard:s --wigs, dyed hair and odd apparel are not permitted. 2. Only students or alumni who are 19 and under will be alh)wec/ to attend school dances. Adults who are 20 and over may attend only as chaperones with the ap- proval of the superintendent. 3. Students who attend athletic contests or extracurricular events Will be under the direct supervi- sion of the. adult chaperones. Whenever a stop is made all girls will enter and leave the same res- taurant as designated by the per- son in charge. A MEETING with the architect was scheduled for Feb. 25 to ar- range for final approval of plans and specification for-- the new building'. Construction bids will be received in March and it is as- sumed that work will begin be- fore the end of the month. The board was advised that the Governor's proposed budget may have an adverse effect on this dis- trict's finances, possibly necessi- tating an increase in land vahm- tion. A check was received in the amount of $3.210 as first pavment under pnblic law 874 in which the government provides financial as- sistance for the education of stu- dents whose parents are employed in government projects A second payment for about one-third of this sum will be received later in the spring. APPROVAL was made for a field trip by grades 9 through 12 to observe the legislature in session at Olympia March 20. Tile board authorized Monday, April 15, as a makeup day be- cause of school closine" due to ad- verse weather conditions. The spring vacation will thus be re- duced to three days. Mr. Hogben's plans for a circus April 15 were given official sanc- tion. This event will require the participation of a majority of the high school students. The Purdue English test given recently to all high school students was a subject for discussion. The board requested that more em- Dbasis be nlaced on vocabulary, Correct spelling and punctuation. A retest Will be given in M*ay to determine the amount of improve- men:t in these important phases of the subject. Supt. Eugene French was in Seattle last week for ,the purpose of deliveidng the school district bonds to the bank which then pre- sented him with a draft made out to the district in the amount of g130,000. It is a legal requirement that such bonds be delivered in erson by some authorized repre- sentative of a school district. The rn'oceeds are being placed on time deposit for 90 days, a procedure which will earn a substantial sum 'n interest for the school dist- -let. The interest, even for this brief period, will be sufficient to nrovide furniture for one of the new classrooms. BILL STODDEN, one of our tar athletes, recently had the misfortune to aequire a ease ot MOod poisoning in his right hand. "-Ie was treated at the hospital in helton and returned to school af- t Passed away er a brief absence. was a good * , . and the corn- PARCHMENT & SCROLL By Shlrlee Murphy, Librarian activity ! Our library story hour has been Resides h, ,hanged to fit into the new swim- her mother, in program for the rimary of ken- "rades. Tle third radc c:es on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. and the econd from 10 a.m. on Wednes- -tay. This puts the fourth grade three on Thursday. With increased lib]'ary use, it is becoming constantly more dif- ficult to handle the library pro- gram in our small quarters. ']?he final book order for lhe year is being nqde out "betwlx and between". This order primar- ily includes 1looks for the lhree lower grades. It i in this ayes that we n'ust build up our col- lectiou to meet :tate staadqrds of 1.000 )lOOkS for the elementary grades. "The FL, d]ermau and Hb.: Wife" held tile second and third grades wide-eyed lhi.q we(k. Each time the fisllerman told his wife to be content with what she had, the faces of the children seemed to reflect that thought qlso. "Space Travel! .... That's what we want to find a book on," said the third graders. Using the sub- ject catalog we located the books our library has on that subject. \\;Vhen we got a book, the children suggested using lhe index to find information on rockers. It is hop- ed that after pointing it out, the children will see tbllt the index el a book is like the card catalog of a library. If you want specific information from a book use the index; if you want a specific book or subject in the library use the card catalog. e; :!: * Nellie Chappel's Owlettes tack- ed another star to their crown of basketball victories last week by making a trip to J0yce and de.- fearing their girls' team by a close score. Jackie Landis scored 16 points for MMK, followed by Carol Owen 10 and t,:ristine Graham 7. Although this was the final game of the official basketball season, two post-seasoll games are scheduled, one with the Elms In- dependents and th6 other a bene- fit game in whieh their opponents are yet to be chosen. 4-H NEWS The Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H club met Feb. 20 in the home of their leader, Mrs. E. Evers. Plans for Rally Day March 9 were discussed. E!eca Ruddell and Sally Einarrson will work on a center piece for the club's table Sharon Evers, Susan Busack and Patsy Miltenberger will work on the food committee and Aleca 'Ruddell and Sharon Evers will work on the club's skit. Keith Tibbetts presented a de- monstration on how to mal/e a brooder and Rocky Howard pre- sented a demonstration Oil the parts of a seed. The leaders discussed informa- tion learned at a recent county training meeting" on record books and demonstrations. The next meeting of the club will be March 7 at the borne of Sally Einarrson. Joe and Beverly Brown will present demonstra- tions. The Wranler 4-H Club met Feb. 19 at the Dayton ball. The flag salutes were given and the minutes were read with no correc- tions. Doris Hickson was nominated as 4-H queen. A rally day will be held at 4 p.m. March 9 at the Mt. View school. Doris Hickson gave a demon- straiten on How to Give a Demon- stration. Kenney Evans gave one on How to give Medicine to a Pig. David Vallev's was on Good Eating from Beef. ken Riekards, reporter THUNDERBIRD 4-H Club members met at the home of Chuck Sheppard's With the meet- ing called to order by Tom Trot- zer. Rally Day and demonstrations were discussed. Refreshments were served by Chuck Sheppard. The Thun,,birds practised their skit fo- Ialb- Day Friday at Chuck She-:2.rd: The next meeting will be held at Leslie Snyders on the third Wednesday in March. Lake 00ahvaizel 00ets Plant 0[ 5,8{)0 Legal Sized Trout To Help Fishermen Step up the Ry Jo:mn Tuppl'r I.AI<E N A }IWA'PZEI \\;Vith fish]t1'.;' .oa;.;oIi ,hit' h) )pOll ill abotlt I\\;Vt ))/l)llll'lH. [}le D0oaltlllellt of Fish and (inn>' planted 5.800 legal size troul at Lake Nahwatzel last Monday. Samuel Dig'Kle, St. passed away last Saiirday of :] heart attack while visiting friends in Tacoma. We extend our deepest sympathy to his son. Samuel Digzie, Jr., and dmghter-in-law. Jeannie and three grandchildren. Terrie. Timmy and Tani. Mr. Diggle, Sr. was born in Manchester. England, he was to be seventy-five years old today. He had lived in the Shelton-Matlocl .............................. area for the past 14 years. Funeral 00hrist Su00jeet Of Seieetist Text "Christ .lesus" will be the sub- jeer o tile h':<son-sOl'lllOll this Slln- day at (hl'istian Scieuce church services. "I am the way the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father. but by me." These words of the Master taken from John's Gospel t14-6) will be used as the Golden Text. "Therefore, my beloved breth- rcn be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work ol the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord" (I Cot. 15:581 is one of many passages that will make up the Sc'iptnral readings. From "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy this citation will be read:. "It is possible,---.yea, it is the duty and privilege of every child, man, and woman, to for low in some degree the example ot the Master by the demonstration of Truth and Life. of health and holiness' 1 I).3). services were held at the St. David Episcopal Churcl: yesterday, with burial at Shelton Cemetery. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford last Friday afternoon was Mrs. Dale Taylor of Olympia. La- er thai afternoon they dropped in on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crape of Matlock. KATIIY ANI) MIKE Hickson attended the Youth Banquet at Seattle's \\;Vorlds Fair Coliseum la.t Friday. .bout 3.000 youngs- ters from all over the Northwest a t tended. Mike HicKson's uest over the week-end was Billie Oion of Mat- lock. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Diggle, Jr. visited with Mrs. Claude Lagacy of Tacoma last Saturday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Daw- son last Friday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wright of Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pigg of Seat- tle weleon:ed a baby boy, Gary Lee. last Sunday. The happy grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve last Wednesday were Mrs. E. I. Young and Mike Waho of Rockway, Ore. Saturday callers at the Reeve's home were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson. Mrs. A1 Tripper and Mrs. Dick Tupper accompanied by Mrs. Art Pahr, er attended the shower for Mrs. Kenny Howard at the home of Mrs. Herbert Helin of Matlock last Tuesday. Some of the Lake residence who also attended were, Mrs. Ralph Springer and Mrs. AI- lan Hickson. MI{. AND MRS. CHAIILES Van Epps of. Shelton were drop-in guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Beverly, visited a tthe Bleeker home over the Week-end. Last Wednesday Mrs. Frank Cooper had lunch at the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham of Tacoma. **- Thursday evening Frank Cooper, Jr. of Payne Field, Everett came down to spend the weekend with the Coopers. Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper home were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and daugh- ter, Susan. Miss Sandra Tupper, and Frank Cooper Jr. After din- her they enjoyed the evening by looking at pictures taken by the Coopers Mr. and Mrs. Wcs Goodburn of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. John Patten last Saturday. VISITING the Patens on Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs, Louie Bee, Mrs. Dora Crowell. all of Quilcene, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Wright, Shel- ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Roe Frank- lin. of the Lake. Mrs. Joe Peterson and STand- daughter Lorrie Yost of Lost Lake were Thursday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit. Visiting the Tveits last Friday was Mr. Tveit's brother. Mr. and Mrs. William Tveit of Arlington. Some of the people spending the weekend at their summer homes aronnd the Lake were. Bruce Ad- sa.ro, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Adsaro and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer and family, all of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ziegler, and Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour, all of Shelton. / ladder Lawton Lumber Uo. Joe V. Simpson LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason County Savings & Loan-Assodalion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SH ELTON o Stewing Hens BEEF STEW Boneless- Lean 69 BONELESS Tender cubes .... LB. ROLLED ROAST VerifineribU'S" Chice' 851LB.X" FRESH 29c CHUte STEa u, c- 49, FART-UPC ' boneVerifine' 7-cut, LB. SLICED BACON vo, oo o 59' Flash Froz. GROUHD CHUCK LB59 FILLET O' SOLE'o: 59* FRONTIER SYRUP ......................... EHRIGHED FLOUR VER,00,N00 ............ 10-1b. bag TOMATO JUIGE TASTEWEL00 ........................ 46-oz. RED TOMATOES TASTEWELL .................... 29-oz. 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