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I'23, 1964 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.'f, Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 I Want Ads Pay SHEL' oa H ELI Science Club Visits Marine Biology Lab; Denny Bailey And Cheryl Boad Proln Royalty iSy Molly Murdey Science Club visited the marinc biology lab oll Hood Canal :last Weduesday. Dr. Jerome Stein con- German students as lnelnbe;'s. The initiation ceremony will he hcld after school. Members of this lan- guage club recently ordered offi- Blt Jones seen the lings, the is the into standard ducted the students through the lab and explained the type of work that is done there. He also demonstrated some of the equip- men(. Club members attending were Rick Reed, Carolyn Robbins, Sandy McArthur, Virginia Freeman, Ton] Schlegel, Ed Tune and Larry Lutz. Rodney Rakowicz and William Ro- gers accompanied the group on tile after-school excursion. i per- , , , living Denny Bailey and Cheryl Bead ck. It is espec- were elected king and quee'{l of the campers and Jnnior Pronl, which was held last to take their Friday evening from 9 to 12 in the 'ith them into an ordi- multi-purpose room. Juniors at- Will not man-tending tile dance voted .for their choice of king and queen as they will al- office or arrived, and the results were an- nounced during intermission. on wheels. The Junior Prom is given in honor of the seniors, who are ad- y mitted free. Appropriate decora- le case at all tions carried out the theme of geration, twin "When You Wish Upon A Star". closet space, Chaperones invited included Dr. and lights, and Mrs. Douglas Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heuston, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martig, Mr. and Mrs. By- ~ERVICEataFAIR ron McClanahan, Mr. and Mrs. ' For all your TIRE Lester Spilseth, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pitman, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Honler PASSENGER, Taylor, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil- F TRACTOR , ,. NEW lard, Mr. and Mrs. George Hermes, tiree available at Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes, Mr. ]RECAp , , , 1st & and Mrs. LeRoy La Men(, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. " 4~6"8104" Jack Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Tuson, Miss Irene Burright, and 1Q60 Std, Featuree of Wn. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sherwood. NEXT TUESDAY Gernian Club will initiate five' or six first-year II ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW MASON COUNTY COUNCIL OF PTA II MRS. JOHN DENISON, CHAIRMAN Star Rt. 1 Box 15, Hoodsport, Wash ENTRY BLANK .................. " ............................... : ................ Phone .......................... Student .................... Age .................... ~: CLASSIFICATIONS: (Please check) , 1 DRAWING AND PAINTING ........................ 2 GRAPHICS AND DESIGN ........................ 3 THREE DIMENSIONAL ART ........................ 4 PHOTOGRAPHY ........................ cial pins. Last night a group of seniors and their parents nlet in the libra- ry at 7:30 p.m. with Miss Marg- arct Baldwin, lligh school counsel- or, The purpose of the meeting was to interpret the results of the brade prediction tests, which con lege-bound seniors took earlier this ),cat'. Miss Baldwin told the stud- ents and their parents how to in- terpret the various scores, which help students decide what areas of study they should enter in col- ii~i'~ ehr lsg ht: Ct~O$ l Ng(~ il ]L~ wel~igl~ e:l~ of Southwest Washington Girls' League Conference, which was held at the Shelton Junior High last: Saturday, Speakers and their subjects were Terri Turner, friends; Elaine Zehe, recreation; i Molly Murdey scholarship Pam ~ McComb, accomphsh'ment; and Melody Morgan, faith. Don't forget the Latin Club Fair May 1. It will be held in the social hall of the Reed Building. Ttle events and attractions schednled for the Fair will be explained next week. Besides conlpleting preparations for the coming Fair, Latin Chd) is busy with another [.reject. Tbjey are'constructing a Trojan horse to enter in the Forest 15cstival Pa- rade. ~ .. $ Sandv McArthm', FTA president, annou}iced that the Future Teach- ers of Anlerica will hold a car wash May 2, at the Union Service Station. Susan Duckham will head this project as chairman. The sophomore play, "Every- hody Loves Opal" is scheduled for May 5. Working on the play be- hind the scenes are Christine Mc- Millin, student director; Diane Frank, properties chairman; and Jim Neilson, Rich Rice and Dave Roller, stage crew. NEW RESUSCITATOR--Dave Thacher, Jaycee president-elect, left, and Fire Chief T. E. Deer look over the new portable resusci- tator which the Jaycees donated to the Fire Department recently. The Jaycees raised the money for the unit through a fund drive last fall. The fund raising activity was directed by Barry Caskin and president ArnGId Fox. The new resuscitator provides the Fire Department with a unit which can be transported easily on emergency calls. Simpson International ,L.aborLein Judgment Efforls To Be Parl S,gned Agamsi Hold Of TV Program Simpson's efforts in internation- al trade will be included in an hour-long TV documentary to be shown April 23, starting at 7:30 p.m. on KING-TV, channel 5, Se- attle. Thc subject of the special fea- ture, "Trade or Fade!" is the Pa- cific Northwcst's d o I la r s-and- cents stake in world trade. The KING-TV crew visited Shelton in January to film an in- terview with Simpson Pres. C. H. Bacon, Jr. and scenes at the Saw- nlills and in the offices of Simp- A judgnlent for labor leins for back wages for five former em- ployees was signed against the Shelton Hotel Corp. in Mason County Superior Com't Friday. The five women and tile am- punts awarded them in the judg- ment are Effie Markland, $148.13; Margorie Wells, $652.50; Vivian Snlith, $220; Ida Knight, $238.50 and Lorna Churchill, $315. Each was also awarded $17 for attor- ney fees and costa of the action. son International. Scenes for the show also were made ill England, Europe, Canada adn Japan. ! %lt~t~t='=,mmm=====I One Group Only MEN'S !EEYENBERG OWlN Eb WING HUSH pUPPiES Retlular Values of $10'~5 to $16.95 pr. VALUE Nine Rows of Animated Crystal Imported Beads Each Necklace has Venetian Clasp Colors--Turquoise, Coral, Apricot, Yellow and Pink Matching Earrings Reg. $2.00 Sale $' One Group of $4.00 LINGERIE Spedal Cotton CAPRI PONT PAJAMA Sizes ~4-36-38 Nylon Baby Doll and Waltz Length Gowns Sizes 32 t,o 40 Reg. $4.00 Sale LADLES TAPER PANTS Sizes 8-18 Regular $5.98 to $7.98 values Special $299 DENIM GUT OFF JEANS Navy, Wheat and Faded Blue Sizes 8 to 16 Reg. $3.98 Special $:999 Ladies Long Sleeve Pink, Lilac, Blue, White Reg. $2.98 Special $1 99 A record breaRing 4-H demon- stration conics( was cimllced off Al)ril 18 at the Grap.t Angle scho, fl ill Shdilon. Judges for the contest included 4-H leaders from Grays Harbor Count:. These judgcF~ were Mrs. B. Fry, Mrs. Allen FricRe, Mrs. F. Cotcy, Mrs. ~2. Paul:;on and Mrs, G. Valentine. Carl Izett and Cqs Visminas judged in Agricul- tm'e "rod general p]ojects. Nor(l] Mason 4-H clubs includ- ing the Tahuya and Belfair grcmps wil hold their contest in demon- strations at North Mason School May 9. Top winners will be chosen anlong 1,he Sell;Of nlenlbers for competition at the State Fair in Yakima the last part of Septem- ber. Denlonstl'aLlons wHl also be sent to Puyallup for tmblic exhi- bition and be used at the Mason County Fair Aug. 21-23. BLUE Ribbon winners were: Debhie Allcn, Carolyn Auscth (money management) ; Carolyn Auseth, (clothing); Joan Auseth, Gaff Bailey, Robin Bakke, Ken- ny Bare, Sandy Baskin, Kathi Bolender, Patty Bow'gault, (ch)th- ing) ; Patty Bourgault, (garden) ; Dale Bracy, (beef}; Dale Bracy, (let's cook); Randy Bracy, Barba- te, Peter Cosset(e, Bette Cowan, Cheryl Chambers, Becky Chap- mtm, Georgia Clayton, "t~foods ) ; Georgia Clayton, ((!lothing); Toni Cole, Barba{'a Cook, Matt Cosset- re, Peter Cosset(e, Bctte owan, Tami Craig, Beth Crumb. Lewis Dean, Janeen Deyette, Kathy Dickinson, ~coior schcnle) ; Kathy Dickinson, (honle grounds); Suzanne Dodge, Tom Eastgard, Sally Einarson, Jody Engen, Sha- ron" Evers, (child care) ; Sharon Evers, (clothing) ; Diane Frank, Roxanne Hammond, Ricky Haw- ley, Mark Heinis. Alice Hicks, Elizabeth Hiekson. Jamie Hickson, Darlene Holtorf. Rocky Howard. Kathy Jones,. Barney Lambert Judy Leonard. Kay Leortscher. Steve Lynlan. Rey Mcallum, Sandra McCallum. Kathy McCallum. San(Ira McCallnm. Ka- thy Mell, Patty Mcll. Sharlene Mikkelsen. David Mil tenberger, Carlenc Neal. Kathie Ncss. Art Nicklaus, Marl Kay Ninnis. Leslie OKonek. Toni Olstm. (dog) : Toni Olson(foods ~ ; Cal- vin Peters. DonaldQuery, Cln'is- line Rickards. Cliff Rickards. Ron Rickards. Pamela Robb. Aleea Ruddell. (clothing) ; Aleca Ruddell. (child care ~ ; Aleca Ruddell. I foods) ; Marlcne Schmidt. Chuck Sheppard, Colleen Shrum {clothing( ; (Yol- leen Shrunl. ,wear care, ; Colleen ~l'Jrum. { food } ; Colleen Shrum, (safety): Judy Smith, Donald Se- iners. Karen Sternquist. (safely; ; Ka- ten Sternquist (]n:u'keting); Ka- ren Stel lltttli,Ht~ ( YI1oncy nl;.mnagc- ment~ ; Karen Stcrnquist (cloth- ing) ; Vicki Stcrnquist, (clothing) ; Vicki SLernquist, ((pods); Deans Strackey, Sylvia Sund, Shirley Sykora, Cliff Taylor, Diane Tokes, Laura Tokes, Artic Tozier, Bever- ly Trotzer,, Kathy TroLzcr, Linda Trotzer, Ruth Ann Trotzer, Tom Trotzer. Laura Vander Veer, Linda Wil- liams, Carl Wilstm, Barbara Wolf, Sally Wolf, Joel Zehe. RED Ribbon winners were: Joan Auseth, (clothing) ; Linda Auseth, (centerpiece ~ ; Linda Au- seth, (clothing) ; Kenny Bare, (let's bake); Bonnie Benson, Mike Benson, Dauny Bolcnder, Wendy ~:olender, (color) ; Wendy Bolcn- dcr, (foods) ; Mike Botu-gault, (bachelor) ; Mike Bourgault, (garden) ; Patty Bourga-m~, (home improvement) ;Carolyn l~rewer, Susan Busack. Brian Chambers, Cheryl Cham- l~ers, (breakfasts) ; Be~aky Chap- man, (salad); Jo Am~ Cole, (cloth- ing) ; Jo Ann Cole, (horse) ; Toni C, oie, (pancakes) ; Tami Craig, (cutting up chicken) ; Judy Deyette, Kathy Dickinson, (salad) ; Katl~y Dickinson, (cloth- ing) ; Lynne Dillon, Jimmy Elnar- son, Sally Einarson, ( lcitchen know-howl ; Jody Engen, (Suki- yaki) ; Carol Evers, (foods) ; Carol Evers, (clothing); Nancy Ewart, Eddie Fischer, Linda Gates, Dana Guyer, Denise Guyer. HELD PATIENT BULLDOG--Chuck Sheppacd had the cooperation of his patient Bulldog, "Tiny" to demonstrate dog bathing is a little ticklish under any condition. At the contest there were a few tense seconds when two other dogs appeared on the scene as stars of other demonstrations. The event was marked only with a few harmless growls. BLUE RIBBON WINNERJOnc of the blue ribbon winncrv, at the 4-H Demonstration Contest Saturday was the foods team of Sylvia Sund and Bette Cowan. Their duet was keyed to the de- tailed planning and serving outstanding meals. David Harding, .Iim ltarding, (home ground,.~); ,lira H~}rding, (garden) ; Kerry Harvey, Steve Hem'it:k, Alic.e flicks, (clothing); Clifford tiieks, l)avid Hicks, Ka- 1.tly l-licks, Elizabeth Hic.kson, (garden); Shiela t-hek.,;(m, (elolh- ca) : B:ic:k l~.uddell. , goal ~ ; l{i,'k i/ll(Idel], ( foocl,~ ) ; NHn(.y SeJnll'f,n- ]Dtl;C;', l'temJcth Sclvidgt,, lVlilhc Selvidge, Clmcl~ Shepp;~rd, (egg Calldlor I ; Ch~Ick Sheppa;'d, (beef); f~enIly Shepp:u'd, Tevry Sll;'II;ll, 511Lt'VIII mpson, lenee siint)~on, Gary i~lgl; Shiela I-].icksoll, (foods) ; Sl!llth, K:t1'Cll Sllli(h (eh)t tlillg)'; 3erri }{ill, Susan Hill, (SukiYaki); I l{a;en Sl~lilh, (fo~)ds); Ix's Suwlcr, Snsan Hiil, sa,ad); Dal'lene Holt- l~ut'h Stoat, Susan Swa3"ze, l'-';;lll- off, (oalmeal) ; l)arlene i-i~olt.orf, hie Thoala.-am, Atldrey Tibl)its, luncheon) ; Shiela Hnltorf, (hik- ers' h;nch); I~.oetey Hewer(l, (gar- den) ; Robert Jackson. Dixie La Fond, Jailer Lockwood, i:',rian Lovgren, David Lund, Geof gia Magnet, Mary Beth Magnet, ~ora McCallunL Sue MeDowell, (clothing') ; Sue McDowell, (foods) ; Sandy Mell, Sharlene lVlikkelsen, (clothing) ; Patsy Miltenberger. Kim Niclclaus, Linda Okonek, Toni Olson, (zipper); Susan Pog- reba, Cathy (~uery. Linda Rains, Susan Rams, (Jarolyll Rhodes, Tru- oy l{odge~s, Alcea H.uddell, (dog) ; Bob Ruddetl, {fried chicken); Bob Ruddell, (how to cut up a ellick- Donna, Tihbi(:ts, Pal Timpani, Lau- ra Vender Yem'. icooking); Yan- der Veer, (dogs); Dale \hincl'y, Don ~Vhincry, Lee Aline \hil- marsh, ((peas), Lee Anna W;,-iL- marsh, (child care); David Wil- liams, Mike YVilli'ams. l'aul't Wood. White ]'ibbolls \ve~t t0: Ciuicl Brown, Frank Brown, Shirley 121;'own, Cilad Fischer, Tinny l:rc- :nan, Dorothy Gunter, Pete ltill, Susan Hill (clothing) ; Linda Mil- le.]', Tc]'esa Murray, Pete OIs(,ll, Jack Selvidge, Kenny SllePlmrd, ! (poultryt ; Debbie Smith, Steve :Tibbitts, Lydia Vander Veer, and Carl Wilson. DINING ROOMNOW Tuesdays Through Saturdays 6 to 10 ll.m. Sundays i to 6 p.m. Closed Mondays