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7, 1963 M. KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS and Specifications For New School Approved; Bid Adv. Planned Pians and spcciicaLion choo] have received and advertisements Published the first of March. Contracts in April and con- begin early in the and architects are will be within Twenty-seven have been set of possible over- not accepted when money is and eighth graders to visit the State session March 12. means of un- processes of gov- observe them in ac- P.r0gram of choir and arranged by Parent-Tea- 14 for the are bey- This program is P.T.O. under the Hida Cliff as- VOlunteer mothers, essential in avoid- tragedies so fre- in water acci- grades entertained ; akhurst Rest Ha- last Week with the program which they the last Parent- . The children by teachers Hfl- Blanche music me gesture of corn- greatly enjoy- by the shut- contact with Object lesson on ling was demon- the high school Prefers to remain it did result to inspire team toward Impressive score. that they game with the same as dangling a a hungry pus- accepted the went out and ten points. So on pans of fudge the unfor- member had to ih mountains of drops and li- lt wss worth thankful the bas- drawing to a g further ?crop- films were body at last Partic{lariy a COlor film on the In ad- class preps red called "guess were ex- in entering the heard a talk by N., Tacoma of Nurs- 2nd. AND SCROLL grades arrival book order Yes, there will and cat horse will Will be some their interest Skill hour we find supple- classroom know that og doesn't help go to the the to find the also means lopedia. is learning at. not only but also in our story ound informs- the sub- cot catalog, and after locating the book we wanted on the shelf, tound that it ha neither nose nor ears? It does have an antennae that functions as both a nose and ears. The children liked the magnified picture of a worker bee which named its parts. Everyone was anxious to see where the stinger was located -- one finger on it and one on the last place they had been stung. Coach Jack Hogben has announ- ced a schedule of coming athletic events in which MMK to partici- pate as follows: March 15 -- Five-school Tri- County League track meet here. March 22 Track at North River. March 23 -- Smoker, Moclips. March 29 -- Track a:. Quinault. April 5 -- Track, Moclips. April 15 -Track. Wishkal. A tentative date between April 17-20 has been set for the Tri- County track met at South Bend. April 26- South Bend-MMK relays. ELABORATE PLANS are un- der way for the Hogben three ring circus which is scheduled for April 5. Nearly completed is a 30-ft. diameter ring curb maue in twelve 8-ft. sections hinged at each curb. This curb is made ex- actly like those used by modern circuses for clown and animal acts. The Hogben extravaganva will have about every form of enter- tainment to be found in any circus, such as trapeze performers, tight wire acts, trained animals and. of course, some tinny clowns. The ring curb is being built by Mr. Ar- thur Bennett, an expert in wood- working, Supt. Eugene French attended the Mason County Administrators meeting at Hood Canal School Feb. 27. The discussions centered a- round administrative problems and school finance. In a special post-season basket- ball game arranged with the North Mason girls last week. the Owl- ette first team made an easy win by a score of 30-20. Our 7th and 8th grade team didn't fare so well, losing their contest 13-10. Following are statistics of both games: FIRST TEAM MMK 30 N, MASON 20 J, Landis 9 f Mills 10 K, Graham 12 f Bixenmann 4 Carol Owen 1 f Shelley 4 V. Hollatz g Clappe L. Spalding g Crosswhite Barbara Owen g Wilbur MMK Subs: AveL'y 4. S. Miller t, Barbara Spalding and Nancy Stodden. North Mason Subs: Kisler 2, Kris, Marlean, Susan, Arache. Pet- ty, Pruitt. C. Bixenmann, Marlene, Hacicih, Carol. 7th and 8th Grades MMK 10 N. MASON 13 Starks 6 f J. Allen 3 C. Beerbower; f L. Watson L. Beerbower, 4 f C. Ward J. Chappell g P. Hackmy 5 M. Wertz g M. Penny 3 K. Cargile g B. Cooper C. Shears, sub. 2 The Owlettes again defeated the Elms Independents on the local floor Monday of last week, our girls winning by the narrow mar- gin of 22-20. The teams were so evenly matched that it was any- body's game until the final whistle. MMK 22 ELMA 20 J. Landis i0 f K. Matthew 6 G. Avery 10 f J. Graves 11 C. Owen 2 f S. Ochner L. Spalding g M. Stanley 3 V. Hollatz g Stevens B. Owen g Wolfe N. Stodden g MMK Subs: Margie MeCrvte, Loretta Beerbower. !:" " " .:  :. ::..'.':.f (,'. : :" 4., ", ..'.:'. I**I,**,%.O * ee... . T  :.,. .. ..... ""' ::::-:: I. o W 0'1.. ..... , t. ,  ..  I... ..... ,.. . ..;..'.., :.- :. r... .,,o ..,. , . o ,.,,,, t7., o. ,, SHOWER YOUR HOME WITH ATTENTION aer,.,_ur lOW.cost Home Improvement Loan ropa00r or ,a00t 00our 00ome, now--0000e brove Y. Use our easy-to-manage Home Im- ti:t Loan. Just bring in a contractor's rieo{ the work you want done. Our .e- ,.:a loan counselor will arrange an easy, 0"ti y repayment schedule. And, you can take s to repay Stop in this week for full detaita "" OLYMPIA IN SHELTON -- SEE: URT MANN -- MANN REAL TATI. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmas town, U.S.A.", STREET REPAIR WORK -- A truck dumps a load of f II gravel into the slide area on Angle Way which is under repair. George Grisdale, $11elton, has the contract for the work, Old un- suitable material was removed from the slide area and a gravel fill is being placed to build the shoulder of the road out further. Preparations Being ltlade For North Mason PTA Minstrel Show March 16 BELFAIR---One of this month's activities in the north Mason dis- Lrict that promises thq most fun both for the audience and those taking part, is the Minstrel Show ,et for March 16 at 8 p.m. at the High School under the sponsor- ship of the Jr.-St. High P.T.A. Every community in the district: meeting of the No. Mason Elemen- tary P.T.A. will be held at the BeN lair Grade School. A Life Mem- bership will be awarded an out- standing member of the group, and the meting will mark the final push of the membership and maga- zine drive for the year. Candidates for School-Board po- 1:45 p.m. assembly for high school students, when the Easte-n Wash- ington College Choir will visit this area as part of their spring tour. Francis DeMiero. a member of this group, was chosen o give a 30 minute solo perfornmnce at Cheney last Tuesday evening. He will be graduating in June with a degree in Music. and has been ad- mitted to the professional educa- tion program according to Word from the Eastern College. Those in the community who are interested in hearing the choir on its visit here may attend the pro- Victor. Allyn, Grapeview. Tahuya and Belfair will be represented by acts or skits in the Clio section of ohe evening's entertainment. Music will be furnished by the North M:ason band and the Yachtsmen. Interlocutor for the Minstrel 3how will be :Butt Strickland, aid- ed by end-men; George Wardell a.nd Bill Wing; and minstrelmen: Len Rose, Clarence Hedstrom Bill Shearer, Don Gangnes, Robert Johnsen and Earl Anderson. The chorus of more than 40 is being directed by Mrs. James Wil- son. Mrs. R. W. Cady and Mrs. William Shearer are in charge of the show. TICKETS, AT $1 for adults. 50c for high school and 25c for elemen- I ary students are now on sale by I P.T,A. and cast members, Axtvance I sales are being stressed, so that] the audience will bc seated by 8:00 curtain time to enjoy thed bang-up opening of the evening's entert aiullle!t. Coffee and refreshments will be  available at the High School fol- lowing the show, Job's Daughters. Bethel 42, is spon;oring a "Luncheon is Served" lunch at 12:30 p.m. today at the Masonic Temple. Tonight at 8 p.m. the March st?ions will be introduced at the gram at the school. meeting, so if anyone missed this All Girl Scouts and their leaders at the High School meeting, to- are busy with plans for National night offers another chuce to meet those running for office. Fifth and sixth grade boys who acted as waiters at this P.T.A.'s Spaghetti Dinner were awarded certificates for their service at an assembly at the Grade School last Friday. The musical program for the assembly, under the direction of Doug Corliss. featured the Jr.- Sr. High Band and ChoPJs, and numbers by the Yachtsmen. ANOTHER musical program is scheduled Girl Scout Week, March 10-18. A Playday is set for March 16 at the Bear Creek Clubgrounds from 1 - 3:30 p.m., and various troops will have display at Belfair stores throughout the week. Cookie Sales will be start on the March 8, with the money made on the project going to maintain and improve Camp Lyle McLeod. So be ready for that knock on the door. when Brownies or Scouts come offering boxes of either but- for March 19 at a ter wafers or chocoTate mints. Ph, 426-8139 YOU SHOULD KNOW... CL I N T I L L OUR ..... A policy for your child takes ad- vantage of the privilege to insure at a time when ability to pass thu medical requirements is most like- ly and builds up a fund that may be used for college education. NW NATIONAL /,'ur,-'t/o,"/,bd. Shelton, Barstine Island Teenage Club To ] Hold Card Party in Hall Saturday t By DonnetteGiaer has been released from the Shel- Can Save HARSTINE.--Harstine Island ton General Hospital and zs re- Teen Age Club will hold a card party at the hall Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds will go into a fund to screen the windows and make the hall available to the kids for basketball and other games, Harley and Ruth Yates and chin 3ren, Marg & Sta.n of Seattle, spent the weekend visiting Har- ley's folks the Stan Yates. The Johnny Budds of Harstine and Hokam Camp, near Port An- geles were the folks whose bright- ly lit living room lights you saw when traveling along the low road, better known as Strecks Freeway. They came out to check on their home and also to call on neighbors, the James McAuliffes. The Gene Sewards enjoyed a visit over the weekend from their son. Dick and family of Olympia. Gene and Thorn are the proud owners of a new boat, a 15- foot strip built. Tell you more about it nt week. Saturday afternoon Lois Meek entertained at a cake and coffee hour honoring her mother, Mrs. Edith Smalley on the occasion of her 70th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Larry Jerrells. George T. Waite, Jr., H. Vincent Glaser, Gar Williams. the honored mest and the hostess attended. SATURDAY EVENING Mr. and Mrs. George T. Waite, Jr., enter- tained a a card party at their home, near the CoVe. The Dick Sewards. Jim Archer, Dot Smith, Jakc Ziglers, Gene Seward and Jack Necks attended. There was a special meeting held at the Hall Wednesday night, discussing the plammd formation of a fire district here. All regis- tered voters were invited to at- tend. Social Club will meet Friday night at the hall at 6:30 p.m. for a potluck dinner. Maxine Waite, Lois Meeks and Thor Seward are in charge of the affair. Mrs. Andy (Billi)Stamborsky Congratulation go to Winnie Wilson, chosen "Sweetheart of the Year" at the Sweetheart Banquet held at the Community Baptist Church last Thursday evening. Chaplain Peter Beaker. of P.S.N.S. was the speaker for the program which followed. cuperating at her home on the South End. THE DALE PEUGHS SPENT Monday in Tacoma visitinf; with the Marvin Bingelsdorfs and daughter, Suzie. Little Mr. Grand- son Yates, accompanied the Peughs. Harstine Island Women's Club will meet today at the hail at 12:30 p.m. with Mrs. Gar Williams and Mrs. Jack Necks as co-host- esses. Luncheon will be served by the hostess. Mrs. Ida Chase will give a tapper ware demonstration. Harstine Island School Board will meet Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at the school. This will be the last official act of this board. New members will be elected at the polls Tuesday. Anyone need- ing a ride to the hall to vote on this and other important issues may call 426-8871 and transporta- tion will be arranged. Remember vote Tuesday, March 12, School Board---Bridg -' 'Bod:-=Fire Dis- trict and other issues will be placed before the voters. You Tax Money! Are Tou dalmlng all drug de- ductions to which you are entitled? Thousands of items can be listed. DrugTax--available free to our customers--furnishes you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It's f.r. Start aving tax money! PREPP'S Rexall Store Second & Railroad Phone 426-4642 Copyright 1962 5 , ---_=_ .- _ -- _ ALL STOCKED DURTAINS -- DRAPES -- PANELS 1/3 DFF ALL STOCKED DURTAIN and DRAPE YARDAGE OFF Furniture Dept. - 2nd Floor  NOW KNOWN AS Miller's of Shelton ... your response to our OPEN HOUSE last Saturday was wonderful! We deeply appreciated your expres- sion of good wishes for Shelton's new men's shop. 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