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10 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmaslown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Skokomish Valley Residents Visit State Legislature Session Saturday By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH.---Mrs. Anita Dug- ger, son Carl, and grandchildren Debbie and Randie Homan of Shelton, attended the Legislature last Saturday. They were met by Rep. Charles Savage, who intro- duced them to the Grange lobby- istS. They report a very interest- ing time and while there made a trip to the dome of the Capitol. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McAfferty of Olympia were callers at the Herbert Deyette home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nel- son attended the funeral services of his brohter-in-law. John Adams, in Olympia, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eby of Tacoma visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tanner Saturday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tanner and Mate Smart drove to Bremerton, where they visited Mr. Smart's nephew, Roy Smart and family. Other recent guests at the Tanner home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fulton of Ta- coma. Mr. and Mrs. Don Paterson, Kathy and Rian of Seattle, spent the weekend with Mrs. Paterson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Conner-Says Youth Conservation Corps ,Cut ,is Discussed OLYMPIA (Special) --- Repre- sentative Paul H. Conner, 24th District Democrat. said here this week he feels there will be an at- tempt made to cut back the Youtla Development and Conservation Corps which has successfully op- erated the past two years. Conner said the Republican coa- lition leadership in the House ol Representatives. in their efforts to shuffle funds, has indicated they will be trimming many state services. "The Youth Conservation Corps is one of these. Under administra- tive control of the State Parks and Recreation Commission, 94 boys in five camps developed fac- ilities at five state parks since 1961," Conner said. He termed the program an ef- fective tool to combat juvenile de- linquency through utilizing idle youth. Conner said it would be unfor- tunate if this morale and skill building program for Washing- tows youth were dropped because of "coalition cannibalism" to- wards the Governor's budget. Governor Rosellini. he added, has urged the expansion of this program. It stands a good chance of being trimmed, however, Con- ner declared. "Under the program's provis- ions, boys chosen are put to worn building roads, camp sites, stoves, bridges, trails and a dam in state" parks. "Many educators and labor and industrial teaders endorse the YDCC as an effective program for the training of young men, I'm going to keep my eye on any moves to trim this." he said. Hatred is the coward's revenge for being intimidated. ---George Bernard Shaw Barkley. The Paterson, will be leaving soon for Rapid City, South Dakota. where Mr. Pater- son will be stationed after being promoted to Lt. in the security di- vision of the Boeing Company for training men in civil defense. GEORGE DOAK, Ronald Rogers of Shelton, and Dick Doak of Seattle, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak. Little Mike Doak is also spending sev- eral days with his grandparents. Other Sunday evening guests of the Doaks were Mr. and Mrs. Don Cyphers of Bremerton Mr, and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm are receiving congratulations on a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Temple. who are sta- tioed in Japan. The new baby has been named Robert Allen and weighed seven pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Temple of Island Lake are also sharing in the congratula- tions. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dugger had dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dugger on Sunday. Your correspondent wishes to thank the many friends for the get-well cards and flowers dur- ing my recent stay in the Tacoma General Hospital following major surgery. MR. AND MRS. Henry Bonkow- ski and family of Castle Rock were droner guests or Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gravatt, Sunday. Visitors at the Chester Valley home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert and son Mike, Shel- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Blid 3ohnson and daughter, Janet, Ocosta, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Lozier, Tumwater, and George Valley, Island Lake. The first Grange meeting of the month will be this Friday evening, starting at 8 p.m. The Lecturer, Mrs. Anita Dugger has contacted the County Agent. Charles Peck to be speaker, so it is hoped the members will attend. Several of the ladies are bringing cakes for the "Cake Walk". 4-H NEWS LITTLE EGYPT SEW AND SES The Little lgypt Sew and Sews 4-H club met Feb. 27 at the home of Mrs. John MacRae. Since most of the officers were missing the reporter took over the roll call and minutes. In the absence of the secretary the former minutes were not read. Elizabeth Hickson gave a dem- onstration on "How to use Mend- ing Tape". Members gave her sug- gestions on how she could better her demonstration and enter it in the Demonstration Contest which will be held April 20 at the Grant C. Angle school. Sheiia Hickson was the next to give a demonstration. It was en- titled "Using the Right Color Combinations". After Mrs. Mac- Rae had given her some pointers on her demonstratio the group discussed plans for Rally Day which will be held March 9 at 4 p.m. at the Mt. View School. There will be a potluck dinner. The meeting was closed with a short reminder to bring Commun- ity Service projects to the next meeting. HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS Coldene Liquid, Tablets or Spray REG. $1.00 Eighth Graders Visit State Capitol, See Gov- ernor at Work, Dignitaries, and Legislature February 28 the eighth grade visited the State Capitol. They saw the Governor at work in his office and visited the Sec- retary of State and Treasurer's offices in the morning. After having lunch in the cai- eteria they visited the House ot Representatives in session. At the time of our visit they were dis- cussing a bill requiring married children to support their aged parents. Other point of interest visited were the State Seal, the State Library, and the reception room. FACULTY GAME Tomorrow night the faculty will play a return game with the ninth grade. The game will start about 7:30 p.m. The sixth and seventh graders will play a game before the ninth grade and fac- ulty. A 25 cent admission will be charged. The purpose of this game is to finish paying for the fumn- ture in the Junior High Teacher's Room. FINE STUDENT We the writers of the Hood Canal School news, have an apol- ogy to make to Bette Cowan, for her not being mentioned on the semester Honor Roll. Bette has a grade poin.t of 3.56. She is help- ful to our school in many ways. She is now our school librarian during, fourth period. She holds an office in the student council, and is Vice President of the student body. The first half of the school year she worked in the office dur- ing fourth period. We would like to apologize again for overlook- ing this fine eighth grade student. LOWER SKOK NEWS Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 27. a group of fifth grade parents vis- ited the Lower Skokomish school. They gathered in the fifth grade room at 12:15 p.m. where each student had work displayed for them to look at. The parents spent most of the afternoon with Mrs. Ross learning about the S.R.A. ( Science Research Associates material we use and also our new Teaching machine. Mrs. Ross gave an introduction to the material which was followed by a work- shop using a number of fifth grade students who worked with the material while the parents watched. The parents were then allowed to ask questions while en- joying fruit and some special crac- kers. There was a general expres- sion by the parents that the at- ternoon was very profitable. Nineteen parents were present and a similar afternoon is being planned for the parents of the sixth grade. BAND NEWS This year the Lower Skokomish and junior high band is held in the junior high, three days week- ly at 8:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. There are 23 students turning out for band. This week Mr. Endicott started a contest to encourage the band members to work harder on their musical numbers. The band is div- ided into six sections according to instruments, with a chair, rep- resenting first place, in each group. This week's first places goes to: ON NOW Coffee Cups Plastic REG. 29 EACH 2 for 30' Vitamins 100-Geriatric $7.23 VALUE ,2s9 Blankets 72 x 90 Cotton - Rayon blend. Would be $2.98 if not slightly sun-faded. Tampa Cigars Eterna Cream by Revlon $8.00 SIZE ,600 Vitamin B 25 MCG. Shclton Highclimber BRIDGE SPECIAL Cards Plastic Coated $2,00 VALUE 2 deck '1 s Pillows Evergreen Square 426-3456 WERE $2.49 ,169 McConkey Drug Center Lake Rahwatzd Family Takes Trip To Oregon By Joann Tul)per tended the benefit dance at the LAKE NAH'WATZEL.---Mr. and I Matioek Hall last Saturday for the Mrs. Clifford Reeve and fami!y] Kenny Howard family. Some ot traveled down to Astoria. Ore. to/ the other Lake residents that at- l ended were: Mr. and Mrs. Hank Wendy Bolender, saxophone: Vic- spend ky Pierce and Susan Morris are Reeve's tied, flutes; Vic Anderson, trum- pet; Bob Plant. trombone: Sandy Bollinger, baritone: Darlene Gray and Becky Hall are tied for first place playing clarinets;, and Chuck Viger, drums. SPORTS The Lower Skokomish boys team had a game with Mt. View at the Lower Skokomish gym on Feb. 28. The score was Lower Skoko- mish, 27, and Mt. View. 24. The players who made the points were Jody Campbell who made 16 points, Dan Cleveland who made five points. John Gre- gory who made three points, Mike Bloomfield who made two points, and Bill Timm who made one point, The Hood Canal 9th grade Tro- jans had a game with Fort War- den March 1 at Hoodsport gym. The score was Fort Warden 31, Hood Canal 36, The ninth grade Trojans have one more game scheduled before their basketball season is complet- ed. They have played very well this year and were very success- ful. Their last game will be a re- turn game with the faculty Fri- day, March 8th at 7:30 p.m. the weekend with Mrs. mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Heilala. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford visited with Mrs. Augusta Portman of Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson had a family party to celebrate the ninth birthday of their son Chris last Wednesday. VISITING Mr and Mrs Dick Tupper last Saturday evening was Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper and Frank Cooper, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Patten at- Ci]arppell Frank Cooper. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. AI Tupper. Dick Tupper, Sandra Tupper. John Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson and son Eddie accompanied by Mike Byrd. Shelton. drove up to Seat- tle last Saturday to visit with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. R, alph Pigg and new son. The Dawson, also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slater and family of Lynn- wood. They celeb)-ated Slater's young son. Ralphie's ninth birth- day. The boys visited Lake Union and went aboard a destroyer. Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Palmer of Seattle. Saturday evening they all went out to din- ner to celebrate Ernie Palmer's birthday. On their way back they stopped in Tacoma to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer, FRIDAY EVENING Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper drove to Olympia with Alvia Chapman to visit Mrs. Chapman at the hospital. The Chapman, just welcomed a baby girl, born Feb. 28. Drop-in guests at Tupper's home Saturday afternoon were Miss etty Kelley and Doug Pazker. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chappell attended the basketball game at Belfair against Mary M. Knight Girls team and North Mason High School girls team. Mr. and Mrs. Fra.nk Cooper re- ceived news that their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Smilde of Heerde. Holland, wet- corned a baby boy, ben1 Feb. 24. VISITIYTG THE Coopers over the week-end was Frank Cooper, Jr.. stationed at Payne Field. We also extend our sympathy to Clarence Burger, part-time resi- dent at the Resort. in the death of his wife. Bernice. last Sunday. Mrs. Burger also leaves a daugh- ter. Mrs. Marilyn Brown and grandson. 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