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ng Y BLOOMFIELD DSPORT _ Last l0 local YOUngsters, enee Bryant watched Bill Show on him suggest Carnival in your for muscular sent for his , Which contained on how to put on a illness, weather problems they and a were ahead with their most youngsters orget. Y, the long planned .open to the public at nl Traci and Kelly d. Tickets were sold apiece and were from a popcorn YOUngsters were John, the Teresa and Troy Cleo's Gift Rock donated the Were awarded for all was a great $12 for muscular Going S ARING Matlock Grange Grange this Friendship ock Grange will and Agate on the floor work. People attended nge last Friday the slides gave about experience as an ent. Mrs. Elvin was celebrated and a money dty mourns the Portman at the Mason the age of 96 is offered to as Saturday of cards ozarth were SCore went and Mildred Mr. and Mrs. SCore to A. Cash. Next and Mrs. st and hostess. her Lackstrom weekend with ther and and Mrs. Max Neal Davis and ad Mr. and Raymond of Mr. Ir Sharp and Mr. and family of dinner the Lud Lisa Ympia ~li~. Usins's Elvin dinner ale Kelly l With Mr. aeyer Sr. Archie Pauley FRoM NElL E RX ove dystrophy. Mrs. Bill Bryant would like to say thanks to the community for the big response to the carnival. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reason had his brother and sister-inqaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reason as houseguests for a week. This was the first trip to the Pacific Northwest for the Reason's and while here they enjoyed some of the fine seafood. They returned to Marne, town the latter part of the week. The Mick Simmons family have become the proud owners of a new family pet and hopefully a pack animal. Salty, a very stubborn donkey took up residence in the Simmons backyard over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winter went out to dinner and to a show Thursday evening, to celebrate Nancy's birthday. While her folks were out, Johnna Winters and Sharon Barnes were co-hostess for a surprise bridal shower, in honor of Sally Godding. Sally was invited to a birthday party for Johnna. Thursday evening, gift in hand she arrived at the birthday Nig of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Chappell and son Jeff of Dayton. Weekend guests at the Archie Kelley home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and children of tlumptulips, David Davis of Wishkaw and Linda Blayterof Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford spent Saturday at South Bend with the LeRoy Boothe family. Mr. and Mrs. John Tupper of Aberdeen were Saturday dinner ~guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper. Mrs. Vern Remsberg of Shelton visited her folks the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. and the Edward Valley home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers. rive arnival Shelton High School party. The 33 gals yelled surprise and the shower was in progress. New residents in Hoodsport are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hanson, daughter and son-in-law of Eleanor and Clyde Reason. They recently moved here from Camino, Calif, to run Canal Supply while Clyde is ill. By the way, Clyde is well enough and would like to have company. Welcome to the ttoodsport area, to Billie Dillenburg and daughters, Sharon, Karen, Tanya and Tiffney. The family have moved to the Grove from Shelton. Friday, Tim and Veda O'Neil arrived at brother Jim's for the week-end. Later that evening Dona and Jim O'Neil left for an unplanned weekend to the north. They spent a quiet evening at Tim's place, answering the Real Estate phone. Saturday they took off early for Neah Bay, somehow missed their turn and ended up at Rialto Beach, where the spent the afternoon enjoying the beach. They returned to Port Angeles Saturday and returned home Sunday. Dona said the report was the kids were really good, while they were gone, but when they walked in... Archie Cal!ahan dropped by to visit Bill Gilbert one day last week, while he and Blanche were in town for the day. Brownie Troop 759 presented colors at the P.T.A. meeting Monday night. The Hood Canal Community Church will have a Women's Social Hour tomorrow night at 8 p.m. The youth choir and Bob Jones will start the program with several musical selections and then Janet Jones will speak. All women, Junior and Senior High girls are invited to come. Refreshments will be served after the program. Just as Stella Johnston pulled a hot cherry pie from her oven, Garfield's brother Leonard and his wife Mary of Sequim and their daughter Eleanor from Portland drove up for a surprise visit. Needless to say they all enjoyed the pie. Eleven members of the O.N.O. club drove to Olympia, Friday night for their annual banquet. They were accompanied by four special guests, Mrs. Clyde Reason, Mrs. Jerry Hanson, Maxine Peterson and Judy Manke. The banquet, usually held in October, was postponed due to bad weather to April. When the gals came from the Inn after dinner the sky had opened up and was pouring buckets of water for their benefit. After running to their cars, they dropped by Panorama City to visit Branche and Archie Callahan. Buckshot Connally, Mike Lingren and George Jarvis camped out at May Lake over the weekend. Sunday they went fishing at Lower Lake Cushman, where they did pretty fair. The Harold Sund family were all together Sunday to celebrate Sheryls birthday. Guests for the day were, Larry and Mary Sund, who recently returned to Seattle from a 2 year tour of duty with the navy, in Hawaii. Silvia and Bruce Wilson were also out from Seattle, Sharon and John Lindal and children Jenny and Johnny of Tacoma made the family complete. In the evening the Crusaders helped Sheryl celebrate her day with cupcakes and goofy gifts. Georgianna, Max and Stevie Fuller were out Sunday for supper with the George Rikers. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Schwab were daughter Carolyn and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson of Mossy Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lieske. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fisk had a lively visit from their four grand children their son and daughter-in-law the A. B. Fisk family of Seattle. Better Late than Never Easter week-end Dena and George Somers and Brian stayed with Dena's folks Mr. and Mrs. Ken Michelbook. Saturday the family and the Ken Connally family celebrated Roy's birthday with dinner and gifts. Marsha and Ken gave Roy a caravel calender watch, which came loose from the leather strap three days later and dropped, they know not where on the Hood Canal school grounds. By SIGRID CRABTREE Communications, the lack thereof, student involvement, student rights were among the subjects discussed at the Candidates assembly held second period Monday morning in the Shelton Gymnasium. Elections for next years officers will be held this week. ASB elections have been a big issue every year but this year the candidates were more or less attacking the student apathy displayed by students who seem to be constantly screaming for change. Larry Olli, the current ASB president presided over the Pioneer By ANN WHEELER PION EER - The Pioneer School Carnival will be May 1 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Pioneer school to roise funds for landscaping the grounds and to help with other items which will benefit the students. Plans have been made for a full day of fun. The kindergarten class will have charge of the Fish Pond. Others are first grade, a plant sale', second grade, balloon and dart game; third grade, nail pounding game; fourth grade, bean bag contest; fifth grade, baseball toss; sixth grade, "Shava" balloon game; seventh grade, jewelry store, engraving, also egg sale, fortune telling, fancy work articles, also attic treasures and who knows, you may find real antiques, also a cake walk and home made bakery goods. The students at Pioneer will appreciate all your donations for this project. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wheeler from Tacoma visited at the home of Steven's grandmother Ann Wheeler on Phillips Lake, Dan Daily and Robert Oakes also from Tacoma spent the weekend at the Wheeler home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Evans of A bargain price on a stripped-down car is no bargain But a Buick or Opel at a bargain is something else again Because were not selling some special stripped- down model. Were selling Buicks and pels. the same great cars weve sold all year With one difference. The deals have never been better Which means that you can move out in a new Buick or Opel at a price thats hard to believe. When Buick talks about a bargain, we give you something to believe in Opel 1900 Sport Coupe. With a 1 9 liter engine that operates efficiently ........ ' ..................... "'"*"""-' on low-lead or no-lead gasolines ~-: ............... hydrauhc valve lifters for quiet engine operation, power front disc brakes and more Skylark Custom. Wdh Butck s exclusive nickebplated engine exhaust valves for smoolher operahon on todays cleaner fuels. Comfort-Fie ventilation system and more BtllC~ MOTOR DWIS~ON Your 13uick-Opel dealer willg ve' o u l-m.fl . .... reasons Y --,.- tO uuy a new car now than anybody else. The business of auto safety. Auto safety is everyone's concern. But it's our business. And we think the attention that's being paid to auto safety now is a good thing. Because it will result in better driving for everyone. And, frankly, better driving for everyone means better business for us. We say Buick is something to believe in That's why we're trying to make it easy to be safe by putting in safety features that work by themselves You don't have to do anything to make them work. Like side guard beams And the energy absorbing steering column. And the cargo guard between the MARK OF EXCELLENCE trunk and back seat. They start "working" even before you get in the car. But two safety features, two of the most vital, are , worthless unless you do ~omething first, Seat and shoulder belts. Unfastened they do nothing. And you've seen enough statistics to know what a difference they can make. So use them. But that's not all you can do. Because the most ef- fective safety feature of all can't be added to our cars or anybody else's. That feature is you And the way you drive. Which should be defensively. And rested, And sober. We're all in this together And together we can solve the auto safety problem once and for all. And the time is now. assembly introducing the candidates' representatives. Karen Frost read the definition of each office from the handbook. SHS students are looking for change and each candidate in their way promised change although it may not be as easily achieved. Candidates for treasurer include Tom Brigham, represented by Debbie Cox: Jim Johnsen represented by Paul Rogerson, Wendy Webb, and John Waring introduced by Tracy Armstrong. Running for secretary are Nancy Maranville introduced by May 1 Agate are enjoying a reunion with two of their sons who arrived home at the same time, Clark Thornock returned from two years spent in England on an L. D. S. mission and Dean Thornock third class P.O.U.S. Navy was stationed in Tennessee for Electronics training and will be stationed at the U. S. Naval base on Whidby Island. Buelah Jenkins of Olympia visited her brother H. I. Clay and Mrs. Clay at Spencer Lake. Mrs. Mary Cook was one surprised and happy lady when she received a call from Lumbermens that she had won the Franklin Fireplace at their "Gay Nineties" open house. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson all from Tacoma spent "Opening Day" of the fishing season at the home of Russell and Jo Ann Wheeler on Phillips Lake. WHEN YOU USE Dee Williamson; Peggy Smith introduced by Jerry Johnsen and Diane Bourgault introduced by Wendy Erhart. There were only two candidates for vice-president, Jim Kneeland represented by Guy Hedge and Rich James represented by Jeff Okano. While there were only two candidates for vice-president there were five for president. Jim Rogerson running on the Lunch Ticket was represented by Charlie Gay, Rich Walker was intloduced by Mike Bac; Mike Hays was represented by Don Gardner, Mike Connolly introduced by Gall Hasbrouck and Kathy Pill endorsed by Dan Bolender. Primary elections were held Tuesday and the general elections will be held today. Voting takes place in front of the Angle office. The current officers include Larry Olli, president, l)an Bolender, vice president. Kathy Pill, secretary and Mike Connolly, treasurer. Speakers Jerry Mann, (;all tlasbrouck and Dan Nye have been selected by the senior class as their graduation speakers. One more speaker willbe selected by the faculty. Outstanding Juniors Susan Edson was selected as the top junior girl and Mike Connolly was selected as the top junior boy at the Outstanding Juniors Banquet held in the Masonic Temple last Friday night. Other outstanding juniors include Tom Brigham, Kathy Pill, Mike Hays, Susan Hamilton, Rich James, Nancy Maranville, Jeff Okano, Peggy Smith I IIIIII I [ I IIIII FAT OVERWEIGHT Odrinex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. OdrJnex iS a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercise. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for over12 years, Odrinex costs $3.25 and the large economy size $5,25. 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