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SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A." Shelton, Washington M Legal Publications State or Washington DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Bert L. Cole, Commissioner of Public Lands" MOTICE OF  ALE OF TIDE LANDS.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on Tuesday, the 26th day of March. 1963. commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the County Courthouse in the city of Shelton. emmty of Mason. State of Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the following described tide lands, to- gether with the improvements situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: NOTE---No one except citizens of the United States. or persons who have de- clared their intention to become such, can purchase state lands. Application No, 2142 Tract 262. Second Supplemental Maps of Shelton Tide Lands. as shown on the official maps thereof on file in the office of the Commissioner of Pub- lic Lands at Olympia, Washington, ap- praised at $1.200.00. Subject, however, to an easement for right of way for State Road acquired by the State of Washington. Depart- ment of Highways by the filing of State Road Plat No. 636 in the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands at Olympia. Washington. April 14. 1947; also Tract 265. Second Supplemental Maps of Shelton Tide Lands as shown on toe official maps thereof on file in the of- rice of the Commissioner of Public Lands at Olympia, Washington, ap- praised at $400.00, Said Tract 262 bas a frontage of 20.63 lineal chains and an area of 2,57 acres, Said Tract 265 has a frontage of 5.88 lineal chains and an area of 0.60 acres. Located on the northerly side of Oakland Bay about "/2 mile northeast- erly of the easterly city limits of Shelton in Mason County. Purchaser must also pay a $5.00 statutory fee, To be sold at Shetton, County Seat. on "Tuesday, March 26. 1963. at 10 o'clock a.m. Any sale which has been offered. and for which no bids are received shall not be reef feted until it has been readvertised. If all sales canno be offered within the specified time on the advertised date the sale shall con- tinue on the following day between the hotlrs of ten o'clock a.m. and four o'clock p.m. Said lands will be sold for not tess than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and conditions fol- lowing: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid at the time of sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvements, must fbrthwith pay to the officer making the sate the full amount of the ap- praised value of the improvements, as above stated. One-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid annually lhereafter with interest on all deferred payments at the rate of six per centum per annum: Provided. That any purchaser may make full pay- ment of principal, interest and statU- tory fees at any time and obtain deed. The purchaser of land containing tim- ber or other valuable materials is pro- hibited by law from cutting or re- moving any such timher or materials without first obtaining comment of the Commissioner of Public Lands. until the full araount of the purchase price has been paid. and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made subject to the reservations of oils, gases, coal. ores, minerals and fossils of every nmne, kind and deseription, and to the additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in section 3 of chap- ter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reservations of chapter 312 of tile Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements for rights- of-way and the carrying of timber. stone, minerals and curer products over the same. BERT L, COLE. Commissioner of Public Lands. 2/28-3/7-14-21 4t NO. 2891  ",, ,-n NOTICE ()F HEARING FINAJ,) REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN TIlE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY, In the Matter of the Estate of EMMY C. PETERSON, Deceased. Axel Peterson. Executor or said Es- tate has filed with said Court his final resport and petition for distribution. asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the per- sons thereto entitled and to discharge said Executor. Said report and petition ) , will be heard (n the 12th day of Apri, 1963. at 10 a.m. in the Courtroom of said Court, in the County Courthouse at Shelton. Washington. Dated this 7th day of March 1963. LAURA M. WAGENER. Clerk of the Superior Court. ROBERT L. NYDER. Attorney ar Law 125Vz N, 5th. Shelton. Washington. 3/21-28-4/4 3t NOTICE The State of Washington Dpartnmnt of Fisheries, with its own forces, will install revised screens at the Hood Canal Hatchery for a cost not to ex- ceed $5,500.00. Work to start within 30 days, Stae Department of Fisheries George C. Starlund, Director 3/21 It CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Public ltility 'District No 8 of Mason County, Wash- ington, does hereby invite sealed pro- posals for construction of a single phase feeder of about 8.400 feet and about 15,500 feet of single plmse pri. mary distribution tO serve Maggi( Lake Additions No's 1, 2, and 3. i Section 2. 11, and 14 ,TWP. 22N, Range 3W. W. M.  northerly fl)m Tahuya which is on the North Shore of Hood Canal about 14 miles by road south- westerly from Belfair, Proposals for doing said work must be sealed and filed at the DistriCt's office in Shelton. Washington on March 25th, 1963 at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Stan- dard Time. Said proposal shall be for construe- lion as covered by the plans, spdCifi- cations and contract documents on file at the office of the District, which are available for public ingpection and may be" obtained by bidders ,upon deposit of $25.00, Two alternate pro- posals are requested, one for the com- plete job including all *equired mate- rials (exce])t poles) and the second for labor only as defined in the specifica- lions. Each bid shall be aceompanied by a certified elmek payable to the order of the District for t less than five per- cent (5%) (,f the amount of the bid or accompanied by a bid bond in an amount not less han five percent (5%) of the bid with a corporaie surety licensed to do business in this State, and no bid will be considered unless aeeompanied by such check or bid bond. 'lle 5% shall be based on the proposal resulting in the higher bid amount At the time and place narned. such bids will be publicly opened and read and the (Yonnnissioners will pro- ceed to canvas the bids and may let the contract to tlle lowest responsible bidder upon specifications on tile. If, in the opinnion of the Commissioners, all bids are nnsatisfaciory, they may reject all of them and in such case all cheeks shall be re, turned to the bid- ders. The Conlndssioners reserve the unqualified righl in their sole and absolute discretion to reject any and all bids. and to accept the bid or bid, whiciL in thoir sole and absolute judg- ment. wilt. und,r all circmnstalme best ,orve the interests of the District. If the contract is let. all ebecks will be tetra'ned to the bidders except thai of the successful bidder, wliieh will be retained until a c-ntraet is entered into for the wolk and a bond to per- form the work furnished, with sure- ties satisfaetotW to tim Commissioners. ir an amount to be. fixed by the Couunissioners. If the successful bid- der fails to enter into said contract in accordance with his bid and furnish Such bond within ten (10) days from the date at Which he is notified that he is the successful bidder, said check or bid bond and the amount there will bc forfeited to tle District, PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 8 OF MASON COUNTY JACK A. COLE, President E. W. TAYLOR. SecretazT DATE : ,oo To o,.,,,, _ Obituaries - FOR SALE--7-foot cedar fence posts. Pbone426-3651. H 3/21-28 2t D ght ,,q,,ipn,,,ot ill the Northwest Load Ea-ly Pi er,. blades, whetd lractors, impi(,- me]ItS. Euy terms. /3uck & SOIl, 2155 K ()1L|..I'1 Market Sl., Chehatis, phone 748-8877. Called By Death PREMIUM Alfalfa hay, $36 per ton. Local hay, $20 per ton. You haul. Buck & Son Farm Equipment, 2155 Market St.. Chehalis. phone 748-8877. 3/21-28 FAMILY OPPORTUNITY. Elec. range, refrigerator, drapes, extras, go with this nice 3-bedroom home. PLUS nearly new automatic coal or wood furnace, tAnnual fuel $80). Living and dining rooms, compact kitchen. Basement. $8.750 full price. $750 down: balance like rent. Call 426- 4666. L, aBissoniere Agency, 119 South 4th. Shelton. 3/2I -OR SALE---TD-6 International bull- dozer, top running condition, with hydraulic blade, clearing blade and logging drum, Call 426-4000 evenings. W 3/21 '51 CADILLAC sedan for :.ae. Cash or will trade as down payment on small country propcrty. 42(;-80]2. M 3/21 tfn Legal Publications NO. 3176 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND "PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON. In the Matter of the Estate of KAROLINA SUND. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John E Sund. the Administrator of the estate of Karolina Sund has filed in the office of tile Clerk of saia Court his Final Report and Petition for Distribution. asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the prop- ery to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Administrator and that said report and petition will be heard on the 12th day of April, 1963. at 10:00 A.M.. at the court room of the Probate Department of said Court. at which time and place any persons interested in said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 14th day of March, 1963 LA, URA M. WAGENER. Clerk of said Court. By TECKLA VERMILLION Deputy. ARTHUR F. YORK. 1610 Puget Sound Bank Bldg., Tacoma. 2. Washington 3/14-21-28 3T, NO. 3428 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOI% COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (IN PROBATE) In the Matter of the Estate of VERA BELLE ULRICH, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as tlae Administnator of the Estate of Vera Belie Uhieh, de- ceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly veri- fied. on the undersigned Administra- tor or his attorney of record at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of the said court, to- gether with proof of such service with- m six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication:February 28, 1963, A. ROY DUNN, Administrator. GLENN E, CORREA, Attorney for Estate. Bell Building, Shelton. Washington. 2/28-3/7-I4-21 4 t - N6:437 "" ,, 7.'o,rl(.,: TO CREDITi)ItS 1N TUb3 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE O]P INEZ IV[. SHORTER Deceased, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Administratrix of the Estate of Inez M. Shorter. de- ceased: that all persons having claims against 'aid deceased are hereby re- quired Lo serve the same. duly veri- fied. on the undersigned Administra- trix or her attorney of record at the address below stated and file the mine with the Clerk of the said court. together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publicatiou of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: March 14, 1963 ELEANOR J. BOOTH Administratrix GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate Bell Building Shelton. Washington 3/14-21-28-4/4 4t NO. 8371 SUMMONS F()t PUBLICATION IN FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT L,I,D. ASSESSMENTS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY City of Shelton, a Municipal Corpora- Lion. Plaintiff. VS. Each and every lot tract or parcel of land or other property in this  certifi- cate hereinafter described, and each and each and every person, firnl or cor- poration named'therein as being the owner or, owners or the reputed owner or owners thereof, according to the District as hereinafter shown in the City of Shelton and each and every person, firm or corporation, known or unkm)wn," if any, haidng or claiming to have any lien upon or any right, title, interest or estate iu or each and every such lot, tract or parcel of land or other property, Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON to all persons hereinafter named and all persons unknown, if any, having or laiming to have an interest in and to the real property hereinafter describ- ed: You and each of you are hereby noti- fied that the City of Shelton the hol- der of Certificate, of Delinquency, is- sued on the 28th day of February. 1963 by the City of Shelton State of Wash- ington, fro" the amount herein set froth opposite the several pieces, parcels or tracts of land, the same being the amounts then due and-delinquent for Local Improvements DiMrict Assess- nmms togethec with ))enalty, interest and costs thereon, upon real property assessed to you and of which you are the owners or reputed owners, situated in said County, and pa*ieutarly boun- ded and desci:ibed as follows, to-Wit: Lot 10, 9, Block 1, Unplatted, L.I.D. t8, Defendants K. P. Warneir. Amount Dne Prior to Judgment $125:68. Lot 7, Blo(.k C. Inplattcd, L,I.D. 16 Defendants l)onahl Paul Amount Due Prior to Judgment $80.20. Division N40'. Lot 4, 3, Block 1, Unplatted. L.I.D.' ]6, Defendants J.L. Kirk Amourit Dud Prior to Judgment $161,71. Lot 10. lock L. Unpbtted. L.LD. 16. i)efendant: Harold E. Smith. Amount Due Prior to Judgment $]00.66. And wm arc furtlmr notified that Plaintiff will apply to the Superior C*,m,l (,f the State of Via:hington. In and f,l the sal(l CtuUlly, for a judg- [peril fol'ech)%iilg it's lien against the PrOl)(n'ly herinbt.fore ]ne]]tioned. and yell al'e hereby sUlnltloned Ii) 3l)pear withh! sixty days after the dat,, of tile firsl !)ubhc:ltien of this SlUnl'Oous. ex- clnsive of the, day of said first publi cation, m-tO dq'end this action or lmY the amount due to,,,efher with costs: and in cae of'youl  failure to do zo, judgment wiii be rendered foreclosing the lied for" said certificate of delin- fluency, taxes, penalty, interest and costs, against, the lands and t)remises hereinbefore mentioned. Date of ;irst publication March "7, 1963. Any pleading or process may be serv- ed upon the undersigned at the address hereinbefore mentioned. JOHN C. RAGAN Plaintiff's Attorney P. O. Address: 121 South Fourtb -Street ShelLon. Washington 3/7-14-21-28-4/4 5 t Want Ads Pal00 The death of Edith K, Draham in Olympia last Saturday night ends a link with early-day Shel- ton history in which she and her husband were connected closely. Mrs. Draham was 86 at her death. A native of Bradford. Pa., she came to Shelton in 1893 with her parents, William H and Delia F. Kneeland. Her father was a pioneer in Mason Couny logging developments and was a mayor of Shelton a, well as a member of the Territorial legislature. tier husband, the late George ',V. Drahara. whom she married in heltcn. June 18. 1896, was also a Shdton mayor, and later of Olympia after they moved to the Capitol City in the early 1900s. He died in 1957. Mrs. Draham was a member of he states first PEO chapter here in Shelton and was later active in the Olympia chapter. Surviving are three sisters. Mrs, B. H. (Crissie K./ Allen of Olym- pia, Mrs. Horace (Delia. Fogg and Mrs. Lyle (Alva) Abraham- son, 0otb of Tacoma; a daughter- in-law. Mrs, Walter H. Draham of Olympia; two granddaughters, Miss Katherine Draham of Port- land and Mrs. Robert C. (Vicky) Friend of Olympia; and two great-grandchildren. Mark Dra- ham Friend and Lore Ruth Friend, both of Olympia. Former Sheltonian Dies In California Many Mason County residents who knew Gregg Weaver during his esidence here were shocked to hear of his tragic death March 8 in California. He had been taking pre-med studies at a college near his pres- ent home at Monterey. Calif.. and was preparing to enter medical school this fall. According to sketchy informa- tion received here, he had taken a sedative to relax after strenuous studying for examinations but the effects, combined with the weak- ening affects of the flu from which he was suffering, caused his death. He was 24. the son of Robert Weaver and the now Mrs. Angeio deMaria who were prominent in Shelton social circles during their residence here especially in the Shelton Golf Club. Fred Elson, 72 Taken By Death Death called Fred M. Elson, 427 Bellevue, March, 13. :1963 at the age of 72. Mr. Elson was born ir Shelton April 6, 1890 and made this his home throughout his com- plete life. He spent many years as a tugboat captain for Simpson Timber Co. The funeral was held at St. Ed- ward's Catholic church last Satur- day at 9 a.m. with Rev. Mark Wiechmann officiating. Rosary was said at 7 p.m. Friday at the Bat- stone Funeral Home. Interment was in the IOOF Cemetery, Shel- ton. Survivors include 2 sons. Lewis and Eugeile. Shelton; 1 daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Hillier, Shelton: 2 sisters, Mrs. Ads Clothier and M:rs. Grace Hohnan. Shelton; 1 brother, Jack Elson. Potlatch; 5 grand- children. California Rites For B. Grout The funeral for a native Shel- ton]an Mrs. Beatrice Grout, was held at 2 p.m. March 13 at the Chapel of Roller and Hapgood, Pale Alto, Calif. Mrs. Grout pas- sed away in .Sunnyvale, Calif. March 10. For the past II years Mrs. Grout had lived with her daughter, Edna A Grout in Sunnyvale, She was a etired cook for the Shelton General hospital. Besides her daughter She is sur- vived by one brother, Ed Roden- berger, Silverton, Oregon. Former County Resident Passes The funeral servie for Neal 2,e- Queen. Ehna, will be held at the Elma Whites]de Chapel a o pan. today. Mr: McQueen passed away in an Aberdeen hospital March 18, 1963, Before his retiremen he lived many years on the Pan= handle Road in the Dayton area. in Mason county. Survivors include his wife, Mina [cQueen, Elma; 2 daughters, Mrs, liClal.d St]net, Montesano and a daughter in Seattle. & 8 Voit.re Lone O:ee ,00|taining Quota Mason Co,reLy VoiLure ]35 was the only 50 & 8 voiture reporting ',T:S full memtlership quota attain- n]eI:.t at the Petite Promenade held in Yakima last Saturday. Voiture _135 deiegate Glen Gardner re- oorl.ed 59 members paid up for i967, ;lgaii15{ a. quota of 58, Jo}m I.utnn serving al Grand Correspondent for ,]0 & 8 Voitm'e du \\;Vashingt0n, and Bill Dick]e, Grand Im primcur  publisher I were other Voiture ]35 members at- tending lhe Prom. Weather High Low Precip, March 13 ............ 49 29 .01 March 14 ............ 49 30 .03 Mareh 15 .............. 47 29 .15 March 16 ............ 50 31 .15 March 17 .............. 56 29 .02 March 18 .............. 52 38 .09 March 19 .............. 51 41 .77 ILOe[]gLAY i00$TALLAT[(}H OPEN For Panhandle 4 H Club Gamp I IN POLIC" 44tl, Anniversary of Order This Week Hew Dayton Residents Are To Care on the docket , Court Monday ' S. KinK, no v: 00g00Li SATURDAY fl[G00IT " and illegal OBN ybeeldI?'d te e iic: t i hgOnagt batalgsin costs; Thomas C. ] nb oublic, ,$10 forfeit; DAYT - e to Day.- t h ] DeMolay Week this year will ob- ton Commtmity Mr. and Mrs. Clif- san. Mrs. Ruddell is still wondering serve the 64th anniversary of the ford Rumpff and family who have if he also took a bath in the Bresh. drunk in iounding of the Order of DeMolay moveC into the cottage at Pan- washer when she left the top np. Merle E. Cleveland, in memory of the ragic climax to the career of Jacques DeMolay, last Grand Master of the Order of the Temple. who was burned at the stake for his stand against the tyranny of Philip the Fair of France some six centuries ago. Featuring the seating of Mike Carte, son of Dr. and Mrs. "Wayne B. Carte, as Master Councilor. the installation will start at 8:00 p.m. in tOe Mt. Moriah Masonic Temple witb the public cordially invited to attend. Other chapter officers being ,in- stalled include: Sen]re' councilor. Don Neuenschwander; j u ni o r councilor. Tom Lowe, senior deacon. Brad Joslin; junior deacon, Bill Campbell; semor steward. Milt Densley; junior steward. Ron Riehards. Marshal, Gemge Kimbel; chap- MIKE CARTE lain. Steve Hash; standard bearer. Master Councilor Jim Potter; orator. Gregg Soul- ]ere: almoner. Bill Batstone; sen- Public installation of new off]- tinel. John Redman; 1st precep- ers of the Mark E. Reed Chapter tor. Ed Dawson. 2nd preceptor, of the Order of DeMolay this Rich Hanson; 3rd preceptor, Dan Dickey; 4th preceptor, Joe Gruver; Saturday night will carry a special 5th preceptor, Steve Nelson; 6th significance, becaus it falls dur- preceptor, Roy Dunn; 7th precep- ing International DeMolay Week tot, Seth Coles; reporter. Dick March 18-24). Nelson. HOOD CANAL SCHOOL HEWS Eighth Grade Plans Swimming Party at Pool Nuotare; 7th Grade Plans Skating Party SWIMMING PARTY The third graders are writing Tonight the eighth grade will original stories about their pets. have a swimming party from 7 A wide variety of pets are owned by class members. to 8:30 p.m. at Pool Nuotare. Each may bring a friend from our jun- BOARD MEMBERS for high. This is their M'arch ac- tivity.  All of the positions for school In order to have the swimming board members were uncontested party the eighth grade had pop- corn and magazine sales. The student body gave ,$10 each to the 7th and 8th, and 9th grades for their March activities. SKATING PARTY March 28 the seventh grade class will have a skating party. They are inviting their families. It will last from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. In order to pay for the party they in last week's election, and so, all three men running for office were elected. Charles Dillon and Bert Robbins will serve another term of office. Stan Lyman will be a new member to the board with retirement of Eric Sjoholm. Mr. Sjoholm had served many years as a board member and carried through his plans that he would not seek reelection. BASEBALL had a popcorn and candy sale. The student body gave a total of $10 After an extended study of the to each grade, in order to help area available for a bascball die- pay for their March activities, mend, the field has been relocated ,:: ::: * with home plate just off of the BASEBALL pump house. Tom Pulsifer spenl Baseball will start in the next much time in the planning and handle Lake 4-H Camp a care- takers. The Traveling Pinochle Crab me Saturday evening in the A, I E. Lemk home with Mrs. Belle Dnnoymr as hostess. High prizes vtent to Helen Perryman and Ed Valley, low to Rachel Valley and Art Bennett. traveling pinochle to Tavia Kill,ugh and Archie Lemke. The date for the next meeting will be announced later. Tamers Jean Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford. cele- brated her fourth birthday on St. Patricks day while brother, Timray, had a third birthday March 6. Both days were' ob- served with family dinners. Kathleen Hickson. daughter of Mr. and ,Irs. Allen Hiekson of Lake Nahwatzel, was honor guest on Sunday in the James Hickson home on the occasion of her eleventh birthday. Cousins. Doris and Sheila baked her a lovely cake. Guests were Allen Hickson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Cliffm'd Combs and family enjoyed having as house guests all last week her mother. Mrs. Clyde Miehler, and aunt, Mrs. Anna Michler of Ox- nard, Calif. MRS. A, E. LEMKE and Mrs. K.ermeth Wolden motored to Kent Monday, where they picked up Mrs. Cecil McLain and Diane then on to Seattle to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lemke to help little Janet celebrate her second birthday which was on St. Pat- ricks day. Mrs. Arthur Wolden and children of Seattle joined them there for luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. C. I, Ames, Neah Bay, were Saturday morning drop- in callers in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kidd. Mark Tuson of Island Lake spent the weekend as guest of Keith Combs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children, Chehalis. Sunday dinner and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rob- erts were Mr, and Mrs. Gary Hall of Ellensburg. The Robert Swearingens and Mrs. T. A. Tibbits and children motored to Tacoma Sunday to join other members of the family in wishing Mt's. Swearingens mother, Mrs. Sarah Kirk many happy re- turns of the day on the occasion on her seventy-ninth birthday. week or so. AL first we will start getting the fieId and baseball dia- mond in shape. School's we are sure about play- ing are Belfair and Kamilehe. cud maybe Mary M. Knight. New uni- forms are being" considered for our team. TRACK Track turnout is progressing well. There are 11 boys turning out. They are: Robert Miller. Glenn Johns. Jack Smith. Mike MeDowell, Larry Brown. Dave Rose. Mark Hansen. Roy Sage, Rick Giles and Dan Ragan. FIRST GRADE NEWS The first graders are now read- ing their second fairy tale book. This will make nine readers this laying out of the diamond. - Many will remember Mrs, Kirk as An order has been placed for a former Dayton resident. seven, thirty foot. treated poles to Sharon Young, Olympia, spent build a baekstop.. . Sunday in the home of her par- BAND HONORS ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Young. SATURDAY DINNER guests of The weekly band honors for ont- Mr. and Mrs Dick Leonard was standing performance on musieal numbers this week goes to Vic daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. John James, Tacoma. Anderson, trumpet: Beck Hall and Darleen Gray, first clarinet; Lor- etta Kilbourne. second clarinet; Sandy Bollinger. baritone. Susie McDowell and Bob Plant. trom- bone; Wendy Bolender and Cheryl Renner. sex; Susie Morris ancl Vicky Pierce, flute: and Chuck Viger, drums. MOVIE PRESENTED On March 13th Mrs. Watt, our school nurse, presented a movie Sunday afternoon caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Buech- cl was Don MaeRae. Shelton. Friday afternoon callers in the Seab Combs home were Mrs. Clif- ford Combs. her mother and aunt, Mrs. Clyde Miehler and Mrs. _knna Miehler. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Combs had as Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Manley Michler and sons, Olympia, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde year. Next it will be necessary to on alcohol and its effects on a read an easy second grade reader human body. The entire student for they have advanced past first body attended. grade material. My, they are in- terested in reading. 2nd GRADE NEWS The second graders at Hoods- port school this week worked on their entries for the Forest Fest- ival poster and slogan contest, The Brownie group at Hoods- port joins with other Brownies and Girl Scouts on Saturday for a swimming party. The Hoodsport Brownies are presently preparing a puppet show. :l: . . 3rd GRADE NEWS" The third graders in Mrs. Ber- ge's class finished their Science Booklets. Douglas Tobin won the award for best one among the boys, and Kathy Pill and Debra Eastgard for best ones among the girls. We hope the parents will enov looking at them. Now we are starting our new health books and having written lessons ahnost every day, Allen Bragg of our class has been in the Clinic Hospital with the flu. After the movies Mrs. Watt talked to the girls about personal hygiene. She pointed out to us the importance of our appearance and how others see us. Wednesday afternoon. March 13. '17 fourth grade parents en- joyed a visit to the Lower Skoko- mish school. They visited awhile with Mrs. Burnett in the fourth grade room learning some of the things the students have been doing. Most of the afternoon was spent with Mrs. Ross as she demonstra- ted the S.R.A. lab material and the new teaching machine now in use. This was done by the shar- ing of a special film and by the use of some fifth grade' students. Parents had an opportunity to ask questions and all felt the afternoon xTery helpful. A meeting of the sixth grade parents Will be held in a few weeks, Men give counseh but they give not the Wisdom to profit by it. Mary Baker Eddy. Michler and Ricky and Sherry Dillenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McPherson of Shelton, were Sunday afternoon callers in the A. E. Lemke home. Mr. and Mrs. William Rietdof and sons, Bud Alfred and Sandhi were potluck dinner guests Mon- day evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. Bernadine, a year-old, white. short haired cat be[oing to the Clyde Ruddell family is really a rather peculiar cat and has led a perilous life. At the age of five weeks he was inadvertently placed in the trash burner by his owner at that time but managed to es- cape from the sack of garbage and push open the door of the trash burner and thus escape. Was singed some and blackened along with loss of dignity..A week later, the Ruddells took him into their home, where he children really enjoyed him. Most cats detest water and use it only for drinking but not unusual Bernadine. He When camping in bad weather, use a spare tarp or extra square of canvas to keep the floor of an umbre!ia tent reasonably dry and clean. "PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY is a never- ,, states Ro ending job of learning. -- so . bert Brown, photographer from Bellingnam, and a State Officer of the Professional Pbtgraphers of Washington. Here he is discussing the ad- vantages and techniques of direct color Photog- raphy with local professional, Dean Palmer, Brown was guest speaker at  reoont meeting of Southwest Washington Photographers which was held in Shelton. Key points of the confer- ence covered the use of color photographs as they are being used to decorate in the home, with the emphasis placed on the "7 Ages of Child- hood". Dean was elected president of tbe S. W. Chapter of Professional Photographers for the year 1963, (Paid Adv.) They figure that he probably only ing and driving has eight of the proverbial nine continued: Steve lives left now so will try to keep passing, $15 forfeit. an eye on him. Darlene Lund becam,, a teenager March 16. Guests in for birthday cake and ice creall] v,-cl'c: lvir. and Mrs. Emi' ?.4-aton. IV).].: N;ta Lund. Mrs. Marvin Lund, David and Laurie, Mr. and M ..... Tack Graham. Cindy and Frank. Sonja Ahlquist. Lind:a Kelly, Jim MaiA,,s, Mrs. Merlin Rickards and giri, Martin Townsend. and Sheryl Byrd. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhauer were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whitcomb and Mary of Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Teitzel. Tacoma After dinner, the group called on Mr. and Mrs. James Ritzschke and Mr. and Mrs. James Cormier, Shelton, where they wished Clif- ford Cormier many happy returns on his twelfth birthday and en- joyed cake and ice cream. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rickards and children, and Mrs. Ruby Hitehings of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rickards and children motored to Aberdeen to visit Mr, Willy Rawding, where he is confined to the St. Joseph Hos- pital. He wasn't allowed visitors but they had a visit with his wife and daughter. Afterward, the hi]s- sell Rickards and Mrs. Hitching called on Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Smith in .Montesano, while the Merlin Rickards stopped off in Cosmopolis to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Burgeson and daugh- ter and had dinner with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krona of Bay- shore-were Sunday drop-in callers at the Allan Tibbits. DONNA HULBERT is spending this week of spring vacation at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, A1yin Hulbert. She is a stu- dent at Seattle Pacific College. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putvin and children. Shelton. were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children. Chehalis. visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allan Tibbits, Mrs. Alvin Hulbert was a Wed- nesday afternoon caller in the L. A Todd home. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lund and Darlene and Sonic Ahlquist mo- tored to Westport Sunday and visited with her sister and family, Mr. and Mr Albert Allan. Saturday dinner, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rickards were Mrs. Elizabeth Byrd and Sharon. Bill Spaar, Skokomish and Martin Townsend. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs.-Eldon Todd and son hfid Mr. /id  r:L6i,:ll" Hardy .and children were Sunday dinner geusts of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Todd. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Luhm. Elma, called on Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schur Sunday afternoon. HAVE YOU how often you child's portrait r sional Photo the United ment that which are rail child's life. baby picture at one year old, bir;hday and on old. the 7- old and childhood adult shows sign No doubt the desirable age individuality definite elemen added. You door-to-door this age you al Photogfaphm rait worthy of wall, as the Do with their son, all of us at Dea you will "appointment: Choose your Easter gifts from our selection of Russell Stover Candies. 1 lb. $1.50 Assorfed Chocolates Fruit dipped in milk $1.25 Easter Bas assorted Easter candies .:/';..}!:: "-2:, ! JL::::  ".5.. 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