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March 7, 1963

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ae 18 II I .., ,, . . i JERRY COREY, left, Kamilche. and Laurence Bedell, ShelteR, lumb casing of well being drilled at the new site of the Mason ounty Fair. Well drilling and installing a pump are the first steps taken by the Mason County Fair Association for moving the Mason County Fair from Shelter Valley to its new location at the airport, about four miles north of ShelteR. Laurence Be- dell is the owner of the Bedell Drilling Company, ShelteR. Photo by Mason County Extension Service NORTH MASON SCHOOL HEWS Juniors and Seniors Visit Capitol to See Legislature; Merit Scholarship Tests Planned By Dmnis Shelly La,st Tuesday the juniors and tile seniors of North Mason visited the stale capitol to see the legis- lature in action, iM[r. Robbins and :Mr. Irritl were the "cha.perones" of the approximately 90 students. ,This Saturday, March 9. the jlmiors who plan to enter a schom of higher education will be taking the ,National Merit Scholarship Test at the high school. The test \\;v11, begin at 8 a,m, and will last for: at least three hours, The proposed tennis courts fop North Mason are now up for bids fro, the leveling of the ground. The ala is just north of the new gymnasia m and was recently marked-off with twine. It is about 230 bd 130 feet, The, seniors have been at it ag)in!, They recently held a bake sale-in Belfair and have ah-eady made plans for a second rummage in Shelter sometime in April or Ms,y: They also have been mak- ing preparations fo," tilth&apos; annv, al senigr ball to be held at Alder brook Inn. They chose "Moon- light and Roses" as their theme. All the graduation announcements and cards that were ordered by the seiners were distributed late lakt Week. 'rile NORTII MASON Chapter of , the National Honor Society x<ere the sponsors of the recent factflty game held Saturday, lIarch 2. Tim games ended in a victory for the naothers over the grls, and the South Kitsap faculty over.the NM factulay. The Honor S0ciety profited over $150 which xll. gO towa, rd their scholarship faIid',, : :lric.5' Mattus has been named the re6ipient of the National DAR CtNZehip award for North Ma- son,.,A,tt, raduation Nancy will re- ciyo, a, certificate and a pin She wii.ompel.e with others in tile state early tlis spring TheJunior clans has been sell- ing:,(lOre pickles lately and last wek .alone they sold about eight g!lors of large dill pickles. The pe,,iB 10 cents per pickle and riley, profit about one dollar per gallon. The senior high basketball team depa2te, d at noon today for tlle (:lass A basketl)all tomament in .Ta,coma. The team is not; going to play in the tournament but they were. at least given the opportun- ity to'watch ,some of the action first-hand. Letter a.wards for the lnight NM team will be presented at anhome assembly on March 13, SEVER#JL OF THE NM teach- ers will take part in an "Old-Tim Minstrel Show" sponsored by the high school PTA, March 16. The event will take place at the high school gymnasium and the follow- ing pmces will be cha'ged: Chin oh'ca. 25 cents, students, 50 cents and adults, $i. Th' junior high school boys have recently completed their bas- ketball season. "two weeks ago the teams traveled ( Hood Canal Junior High t(, compete with their two teams. The seventh and eighth graders won but the ninth grad- ers lost. One weea ago they played their final game of the year. The two West High fresh- man teams were quite large but the seventh .and eighth graders won I:hei. game, however the ninth graders from NM came out the losers. Grange News (Held Over From Last Week) By Betty Ann Shero The AGATE Gray.  '''I Fri- day night with 8tan ,lolnlson of the SKOKOMISH Grange as a guest. Johnson spoke on the pro)- motion of the Forest Festival tic- ket sales during the lecture houL The Grange voted to cancel their March meetings to enable the members to attend the gavel meet- ings at the CLOQUALLUM and SKOKOMISH VALLEY Granges during that month. They also vot- ed to ditch the parking lot to eli- minate excess water, PROGRESS Grange draped the charter at their last meeting for Mrs. Bertha. Taylor and because of sickness in the community they had a small meeting, PROGRESS will have their monthly dance on Saturday and the public is invited, The next meeting will begin with a. potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. The SKOKOMISH VALLEY Grange voted to initiate Joan Bur- nell art their meeting Friday eve- Ring. The members also elected to buy four bowling shirts for the Skokomish team. Mason County Sheriff Sam Clark spoke on var- ious laws of the county during the lecture hour and answered ques- tions asked by the Grange mem- ber& The CIX)QUALLUM Grange must have bad a meeting Friday but I couldn't find anyone to get a report. USED CARS 1961 FALCON club sedan ................ s1495 Peal clean, R & H, auto. 1961 DODGE 6 4-door, std. trails ..... =1395 1.955 PLYMOUTH 4-door, V-8 ............ =345 automatic, radio and heater 1954 FORD 6 sta. wagon, ...................... =495 o Clean, Engine Rebuilt 1953 CHEV. 4-door, std. tra, ns ............. s245 1953 STUDEBAKER lfiekul), 6-cyl ..... $245 1952 FORD 2-door, stick ...................... $195 WE STILL HAVE A FEW MORE CALENDARS! See Bud Pauley for a '63 Dodge Remember 50,000 mile and 5.yr. guarantee at PAULEY HOTORS 1st & Railroad Phone 426-8183 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown. U.S.A.", ShelteR, Washington m,m Thursday, TOMATO SOUP GAMPBELL'S IT'S AMERICA'S FAVORITE! Stock Up On 10-oz. 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