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11, I963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chrisfmasfown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 9 SED CARS lhl b0DGE LAN E  &apos; adio & heater, stick shift .L  a PLYMOUTH Club Sedan ............ =79S il utomatic STATION WAGON .......... 795 ROLET automatic ............ s795 (IIEVROLET std. trans ............... s695 i i PLYMouT H or I Two .e= 4-do  . ..................... $4. ' IIEVROLET 4-door .................... s345 WE ARE NOW in our new building i :at tilr9ad and Front Street. |: WATCIt next week's Journal for our l rand Opening Announcement! AULEY MOTORS d & Front St. Phone 426-8183 NORTH HASON SCHOOL HEWS Girls Making Plans For TolD Week. With Dance Set For April 20 By Dennis Shelly talks concerning the x arious fields Next week's actixities,, will be of their service, etc. and, to ans- almost entirely enveloped by Cne wer any questions there might be. school's annual TolD Week, span- All juniors and seniors (boys) at- sored by the Girl's Athletic Asso- tended the meeting held sixth pe- elation The main event will of riod. April 3. course be the Told Dance. held the night of April 20. in the gym. The theme of the dance will be "Orien- tal Moon" and this time it's the girls who pay for the boy's ad- mmsion. Some of the activities that will precede the dance are: dress alike day, dinner and home- work evening, gift day, bring the boy's lunch day, and even a re- creation night. The girls are also planning a tea for May 24 which will be held in honor of the senior girls and their mothers. It is hoped that the tea will become an annual event at NM. LAST WEEK'S music perform- once was truly the Blast that it was made-out to be. It was staged like an evening's vmwing of tele- vision, mimmicking all the favorite programs. Included in these pro- grams were; Gallant Men, toney Burke, Rifleman, Andy -Williams, Jackie Gleason, and My Three Sons. All participants were either from the band or the choir. A panel of armed forces recruit- --FEATURING.. ers were on hand last Wednesday both to give short, explanatory t A FINE SELECTION OF DINNERS FITTING TO THE OCCASION 102 . 1st Open from 7 a.m. Ph. 426-4223 There were representatives from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines. and the Coast Guard pre- sent. Also last week. it was announc- ed that Lora Davis was selected as NM's only delegate to this year's Evergreen Girl's State Con- vention. This is a week's training m government and good citizen- ship as well. It will be held this year in Ellensburg in June. There will be approximately 300 girls in attendance, all of whom are jun- iors. No more than three girls are allowed to go from each high school and all girls must be screen- ed and interviewed by a Girls' State admittance committee, Yesterday Mr. Merrill's Socio- logy-Psychology class took a field trip to Buckley to visit the Rainier School. There were about 20 in the class that made the trip which was m=.de in private cars. "FLIGHT INTO DANGER", a HEW FROM OLYMPIA LICENSE PLATES COLLECTED -- Mrs. Clyde Ruddell, left, and Mrs. J. T. Shimek, right, dis- play part of the discarded license plates collected by the Mason County Orthopadic Association as a fund raising project. The old license plates were hauled t Seattle last week where they drama of suspense m 3 acts. will be presented Saturday, April 27. by the North Mason High School Drama Dept. Directed by Peter Merrill. the play will begin at 8 p.m. in the high school gym. Acl- missions will be Adults $1, ASB $.50. and Children $.25, In Student Council News. there have been may proposed changes to the ASB Constitution and a committee leaded by Paul Furch- err was appointed to properly write and submit the proposals for a vote. Among the suggest changes are proposals for , 1} grade-points for officers with revised recall pro- cedures. (2 rewriting of the am- mendment procedures. (3) and a proposal to eliminate seniors from voling in officer elections for the fo!lowing year. Plans have ah'eady been made for the elections of officers for next year. All nominating will be done at a special nominating as- sembly aml it the candidates "ma- nagers" has gone through proper procedm'es. There would then be preliminary voting to determine lhe top two candidates who would then spend a week campaigning for the final election. All the eight graders at NM have recently filled out registra- tion forms for next year. Actually it was a proposed 4-year pian for were sold. In back is Brick Bostwick of Western Farmers Association whose company hauled the load to Seattle. The plates were stored at Grant Lumber Company while awaiting shipment. Mrs. Ruddell and Mrs. Shimek were co-chairmen of the project. Lightning Damages Buildinl, Kills Cattle On Skokomish Valley Farm By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH Sunday's thun- der and ligtening storm caused quite a lot of damage to the Hal- dane Johnson farm A milking cow and two large heifers were killed, the cement foundation of one barn was cracked, two electric hot water tanks were damaged, also much of the barn wiring was ruined, and a formica table top damaged in the dwelling. This is a very unusual occurence in this locality. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson drove to Sumner Saturday with the intention of attending the daffodil parade but changed their mind due to the rainy weather. An all day Village Mission Con- ference was held at the Skokomish Church Monday with a noon lun- , cheon and a dinner in the evening. JENNIFER JOHNSON returned to her home in Sumner after spen- ding the past week with her grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gravatt. Other visitors at the Gravatt name Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. ' Darrel Johnson of Paulsbo. tended a conference in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Haldane Johnson and son Shown were Sunday din- ner guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson. Mrs. Mintie Ahern of Shelton entertained the Grange Ladies 1 Club last Tuesday evening. MRS. BILLIE GODVIN and children of Shelton spent Sunday afternoon with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Latzel. Callers a,t the Haldane Johnson home Sunday evening" were Mr. and Mrs. Niel Simmons of Hoods- port and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bearden of Hoodsport. There will be a Good Friday ser- vice at the Skokomisla Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Velma Doak accompanied her sister-in-law. Mrs. George Doak. to Seattle on business on Monday. Seventeen members of Skoko- mish Grange made the trip to Grapeview (o present the 'Travel- ing Gavel' to Fair Harbor Grange, Saturday evening the third and fourth Degree Drill team journey- ed to Shelton Valley where about 30 candidates showed up to be in- itiated. Those from Skokomish tak- ing the degrees were Thomas Sny- der. C. S. Harrylock. and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dugger. It was decided to dispense with our next meeting as it falls on Good Friday, so there will be no Grange meeting until April 26. ............................... Journal Want Ads Pay their high schooling which the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson office needed to begin the schedul- and family spent last weekend ing of next year's classes, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Randal of Monroe. The Johnsons also visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Millet" in Seattle and other relatives in Everett. Sue and Jan Valley of Island Lake were overnite guests of their g'randpm*ents " Mr .and Mrs. Ches- ter Valley while their pal:ents at- Hoodsport Church Plans Sunrise Services At 6 a Easter Mornini[ Church will begin early on Easter a host of fri(nds in this area and [ with a Sunrise Service at 6 a.m. will be greatly missed. at the Hoodsport school. In case ........... HANDY T-OZ. CANS WITH NEW EASY-OPEN LIDS if it's not enough, there's no law against having two! There are eight easy-to-store cans in every Little ely carton. Every one %ntains the same fine beer that millions of Westerners prefer: 01aPia. Pick up an 8-pack of 7-oz. "Little 01ys" soon-we think YOU'll like its style, "Sits the Water" Try a "Little 0ly" today and see for yam'self what a handy new can it is! First, you'll find it really easy to Open because it has a special aluminum lid. Next, notice how easy it is to pass around. You cm cant two (or even three) in one hand! Many people find the 7-oz. size just right for guests (and o!!ie! a friendly ay to avoid splitting a larger can with the "better half"). And, I/iir are always welcome at the Olympia Brewing Company, Tumwater, tear Olympm, Washington, 8:00 to 4:30 every day. *Oly * L.1 of rain. the service will be held inside. Hot coffee will be served to adult worshippers immediately af- ler the service. The Young Peop- le's group will go to the church for their annual Easter Breakfast. Sunday School begins a 9:45 a.m. with the morning worship service following at 11 a.m. Sunday cven- utg the church will present a musi- cal pogram instead of the regular service. Mrs. Gain will be playing the organ and other members of the congregation will present both vocal mid instrumental nmnbcrs. The community is cordially invit- ed to attend any or all of these services. Mr, and Mrs. Oran Lee report the loss of their yellow and green parakeet from their home just north of Holiday Beach. Lee says he answers to the name "Bil]ie" and he is offering a $5 reward for his return. No one has yet claim- ed the pigeon which has been at the Roe home in Potlatch for over two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sund and Larry. Sylvia and Cheryl had a lovely weekend trip. They took a ferry from Port Townsend to Keystone on Saturday morning, picked up David in Bellingham be- fore driving up to Mr. Baker. They spent the night in Bellingham and attended services at the "Firs". a well known conference ground near there on Sunday morning, Later in the day they visited Mary Jane's sister, Virginia and her family in Seattle. They also dropped by to see Ben and Vye Morris at their place of business in Redondo Beqch. Their last stop was made in Taco- ma to see daughter Sharon and her husband. Lynn, Lynn is now at- tending Olympic full time while Sharon is nm'sing at Tacoma Gene- ral. Except for the rain, the trip was t)]easani, from bcgining to t>lld. ]%41'S, ]%atu'ice Kaare sllrt)rised her fenlily and friends by nlaking an urlschedulcd trip to the hospi- l;l] for all appeDdectolny last reek. SI10 lS ]IOVx: at h0n'le and recovel'- in K nicely. Bob and Eaten Peder- soil :tlld Dabble were down fronl lhn'l Angeles to gee her on Mon- de)'. Mr. and Mrs, Marion lobbins arc driving" a new ear these (lays. MI{, AND MRS. Rihliarct Bates look five glr]s fron Elaine's S. S. class ou a Mystery Trip Saturday. This was all award for thYee months ouL,standing work. Jodv Cmmh, \\; end3 Bolender, Sand}v" Corovcsky, Vickie Pierce and Jailer Viger enjoyed a trip thru the Mu- seum in Tacoma, a visit to Fort Nisqualty, a tour of the new Pub- lic Library ph|s the fun of riding the street escalators Jeanie Peter- son was also eligible to go but was ()tlt of town with her parents. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pete The u-ouble with worrying so much about your "security in the futnre is that you feel so rose- cure in the present. Harlan .Miller. Art Point Wedding Invitatio. s HE ULTIMATE IN QUALITV. Invitations that cxpr:: without words that yo: :,.< a person of good tas:c :=.d that your "once in a life- time" event will be correct in every detail. I00 for $14.95 and up The JOURNAL DO YOU NEED TIRES FOR THAT VACATION TRIP THIS YEAR ? We cap our own passenger tires with con, ventional and traction treads NEW TIRE GUARANTEES. We handle famous KELLY brand tires. A wide selection of used tires to fit any car or truck at reasonable prices fast, experienced service. ..... 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