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April 18, 1963

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i  ' %iliii!: i row d Attends Easter Sunrise 00he' HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS  them to Olympia to catch a bus .,,, 2 FREE Contract For Gasolhm For Busses Approved Scott In spite of the good crowd at- services at the on Easter morn- Gain brought the music was pro- and a duet Gain and young people at the : adults visited the school. Ser- day at Hood Church were Mike Gwinn School slump If three on Easter at- Who was there (I can't re- many were in Hunt was held brave child- had a grand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis and their two boys have moved into the house recently vacated by the Floyd Gibsons. Mr. Davis is em- ployed by Larry Updike at the Marina in Union. Karl Linscott has returned to his Hoodsport home after spend- ing the winter in California with his daughter and husband. He visi- ted his children in Seattle on the weekend. Steve and Bessie Hale had a houseful of company for dinner on] Sunday. (oming from Tacoma were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brennin- ger, Liann and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brenninger, Mrs. Gina Hostetter, and Mrs. Chas. McAllis- ter. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDonald from Port Port Angeles, Mr .and Mrs. Mark Ryan from Cushman and Kelly Hurst from Shelton. Four Explorer Scouts spent two days of their spring vacation cam- ping in the Dry Creek area. Boys Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gwinn and boys enjoyed a brief visit with the Don Earls from Portland on Saturday and then joined them in Grapeview on Sunday for dinner at the Orin Soule home. MR. AND MRS. Howard Lock- wood spent the weekend in Ta- coma with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dickinson and family and John and Vera Shortsleeves were in Seattle for a' few days last week at the Bill McCann home. Mr. McCann has left for a threeweek trip to West Germany for Simpson Timber Co. so Barbara and the children came to Hoodsport Saturday to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Barkley of Seattle were dinner guests of Ruie Dickinson Saturday. They took Rose, Mrs. Barkley's sister, to her train as she ended her weeks visit here in time to join her family in Spokane for Easter. Board Meeting The scimol board passed on a resolution that was adopted at a special meeting in regards to the 17c per attendance day county real estate tax. It was agreed that the monies were needed to operate the school district during the 1963- 64 school year. Union Oil contracts were signed for bus gasoline and light oil for t;le Lower Skokomish School. The same price as was accepted by the County was awarded to the Hood Canal School District. New legislation passed by the Washington Legislature was dis- cussed and how it would effect the coming school year budget. Architect William Arlid Johnson of Everett presented a detailed re- vised plan of a district gym. Much of the hope for the proposed gym depends on the financial help ask- ed of the Board of Directors of City of Tacoma. The Board of Di- rectors of the Hood Canal District Attends Superintendent Meeting Supt. John Pill attended a Wash- ington State Superintendent meet- ing last Thursday at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle. The gathering in- cluded about 400 school officials. State Supt. of Public Instnmtion Louis Bruno and his staff discus- sed recent legislation as it will ef- fect estimated revenues for the 1963-64 school year. The final appropriations by the legislature to operate the public schools during the 1963-65 was $5 million less than requested for maintaining existing programs for the next two years, Bruno said. The appropriation falls short in many areas; but especially in the noney for "apportionment" the largest part of the budget for state support of the schools, Bruno said. "Apportionment" is the support money which is paid to a school district according to the number of pupils and teachers it has in its with the purchase of a 72" x 90" lady Peppere/I LA N K ET wet weather. assisted by to make reported found and all. was marked Mr. had all of for on their rsary. Betty were down making the trip were Rick Peter- son, Larry Spaulding, Roger and Rodney Mayte. Jeannie Paterson enjoyed stay- ing a few days with Johanna Win- ters at Sequim during the vaca- tion. ANNA JOHNSON and Jenny Hoff were hostesses for the Legion Auxiliary meeting last Wednesday night which was held in the home of Maxine Peterson. Several Dis- trict Officers attended this ,meet- the Week and I ing. Since this was Pan-American California for lmonth Rule Dickinson spoke and Judy was able I showed slides of a Caribean Cruise I Weekend trom I she and her late husband took a I Smiths (Mar- / few years ago. Mrs. Rose Fink,[ Castle Rock Mrs Dickinson's daughter 'from started Spokane, attended the meeting and by also. was I Mrs. Louis Sedding and Mrs. Pearl Loggan of Portland were Atonment Is oxo to have another meeting ..... ,, with City of Tacoma very soon to Scientist Subject discuss furthercapitaloutlayaid. A Bible Lesson on the subject, "Doctrine of Atonement," will be read this Sunday at all Christian Science church services. The Golden Text is from John (3:17) : "God ,.sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved." Related readings will include this passage: "Jesus' teaching and practice of Truth involved such a sacrifice as mades us admit its Principle to be Love" ("Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy, p.26). ERIC SJOHOLM was present at the meeting and gave a short his- tory of his many years of being a school board member. Stan Ly- man replaced Mr Sjoholm when the later retired from school board work. Mr. Sjoholm started as a school board member in 1940 at the Upper Skokomish School Dis- trier No. 25. In 1946 Middle Sko- komish School District consolidat- ed with Upper Skokomish to form the Middle Skokomish District of No. 400. Of course in 1958 four districts consolidated into the pre- sent Hood Canal District Members at the meeting were served cake and coffce to note the retirement of Mr. Sjoholm. . IN BAKEWAR 9" PIE PAN 0KIE SHEET " e! ends for easy handling. .  up When not in use. CAKE PAN MUFFIN PAN 12 CUP SIZE COFFEE CAKE PAN 11" x 7" SIZE For bread, meat loaL EASY TO CLEAN :i!: p' MANY USES  CAKE MIX PAN 8" x 8" x 2". For cakes, brownie, corn bread, date bars. Stainless Steel'. 2'/, qt. Tea Kettle Gleaming stainless steel with fast.heatlng copper .bottom. Push button opens and doses "flip-top" spout. Whles when water be/Is. Solid Copper Bottom. 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Under the new leg- islature appropriation, school dis- tricts will receive each year $5 less for each pupil or $102 less for each teacher than last year. No state money was given for any teacher raises; school districts will have to raise money from their own budgets to take care of the regular contracted increases in their salary schedules. THERE WILL BE heavy pres- sure on school districts to pass more and larger special levies just to maintain their educational programs at the present level. Then, if they don't pass. the dis- tricts will have to cut back on such items as textbooks, cirricul- um programs, and the hiring of new teachers. Their only practical source of relief would came from assigning more pupils to each teacher with all the accompany- ing problems. This course of action appears to be in line with the legislature's expressed interest that school dis- tricts should depend upon the money raised from taxpayers in their own areas to supply much more support than they ever have before. With the figures available from the Seattle meeting the district will start work on next year's budget, said Supt. Pill. SAVING BOND SALES Sales of U. S Svings Bonds in Mason County in March were $9,- 458 according to L. A. Carlson, savings bond chairman. Sales in the state during March were $4,- 963,810 Carlson said. Nap Guard @ Super Soft Finish @ Hand or Machine Washable * Protects luxurious nap thru wash and wear * Resists shredding, piling and matting * Greater Loft than any blanket at comparable prices COLORS -- pink, blue, yellow BLANKET -- $8.98 72 x 108 SHEET -- $2.88 81 x 108 SHEET -- $3.08 of Sheiton A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. 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