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Hood Canal School Dis|rid Budget Gets Approva00 A Preliminary budget for Hood Canal Sehoo! District No. 404 tc -cover the 1963-1964 school year was presented to the school direc- tors by Supt. John Pill. The budget, unanimously ap- proved by the school board pro- vides for an additional teacher at the present: salary level at the '. Hoodsport School and for modest salary adjustments. The budget which they approved provides for the local district to receive 45 cents per day for a.t- -tendance from the State, plus State equalization money of 52-]./8 day. County funds for attend- ance will be 17 cents per day ac-  cording to the preliminary bud- - get. After the close of the special i budget hearing Supt. Pill notified the school hoard that Floyd and Louise Jackson will not be with , the district next year and that re- " placement of the Jacksons will be a very difficult job, The Jaeksons will adventure to Venezuela to accept teaching jobs With an Oil company. Mr, Jackson _ will be the chief head of the - twenty teacher school and w,ql . receive a compensative salary ; with the advancement of position. 4 :Mr. Jackson has be, en serving as : principal teacher and guidance counselor for the Hood Canal Junior High. 2 Simpson, Union Youngsters Get Comervation Lesson :: :.::!.: STUDENTS SEE CONSERVATIONAbout 350 sixth grade students from Mason County Schools gathered at the Panhandle Lake 4-H Club Camp last Friday to get a first hand look at forest conservation practices. The group sights were dis- plays on soils, minor forest products, woodlot dam- age, tree planting pruning, thinning, tree identifi- cation, fire control and wild life were set up. At each of the displays, an expert in the field ex- plamed the significance of that part in conserva- tion to the youngsters. Taking part were represen- tatives of the Soil Conservation Service; Depart- ment of Natural Resources; Simpson Timber Com- pany; U.S. Forest Service: Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Company; Mason County Christmas Tree Company and the Extension Service. Here one of the groups of youngsters listen at one of the dis- plays. Southside Women Have Shower For Former Resident Now Living In R.I. By Mrs. Ry Krateha SOUTHSDE.A baby shower was held at the home of Mrs. Start Contract Talks 00erbert Lovgren Thursday, in i Contract negotiations between honor of Mrs. Ollie Wilson, form- , the Simpson Timber Company and erly "Marilyn Lovgren" of River- "the International Woodworkers side, R. I. Mrs. Oscar Lovgren Association are under way, a lo- mother of Mrs. O. Wilson opened cal union representative said this the gifts, then were rewrappect week. and mailed to Mrs. Wilson. Those One meting has been held be- attending the slower were Mrs. .tween representatives of Simpson Herbert Lovgren, Mrs. Lawrence -and Western States Regional Saeger, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar toy- : Council of the union, gren of Elms, Mrs. Violet Lovgren Further meetings are planned, of Elms, Mrs. Florence Robertson BEST OF LUCK To Betty Whiteaker and her Fine New GATEWAY CAFE May success he yours of Montesane, Mrs. Richard Lov- gren of Aberdeen, Mrs. Charles Bridges of Aberdeen and Miss Sharon Robertson of Aberdeen. Mrs. Harold Lovgren sent a gift but was unable to attend and a potluck hmcheon was served. Southside Homemakers Club members met at Shirley Stiles' Tuesday "and made plans for the spring meeting, which will be held at Kamilche Grange hall April 30 at 10 a.m,, it will be a potluck luncheon and everyone is to bring his own table service, The next meeting of the Homemakers will be held at Jane Hendrick's. BUTTONS AND BOWS 4-H Club members met at Patty Shep- Wednesday. The 4-H club a swimming party for April 27 at Pool Nuotare and will meet at the home of their lead- er, Nadia Hovind at 12:45 p,m. to leave for swimming and the swim- ming party will last till around 5 p.m. The 4-H'ers worked on their LoyMty Oar Essay Contest Winners Picked Elliott Carlson, Evergreen School, was selected as the 'win- nor of the Veterans of Foreign Wars aUXiliary Loyalty Day Es- say Contest for sixth grade stu- dents in the Shelton School sys- tem, Receiving honorable m e n tion were Susan Spence, Mr. View, and Cynthia Surratt, Bordeaux. Elliott will receive a sweater of his choice as his first prize ann the two girls honorable mention certificates. The awards Will be presented at an assembly at Bord- eaUx School at 2:30 p.m. May 1: Loyalty Day m sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars on May 1. Following are the winning es- s ays: LOYALTY TO AMERICA BY ELLIOT CARLSEN eets and the next meeting will EVERGREEN SCHOOL be held at Cindy Hovinds ,reported Loyalty to America means hay- Cindy. Reminder of the Southside ing the spirit of.our country ann all that it stands forin our hearts P,T.O. executive board will meet It means not onIy doing our du- April 25. ' ty as Americans, but always try- Southside Eagles 4-H Club mere- ing to do our best for our country. hers met at Mrs. Ray Bracy's Loyalty is a feeling that should Thursday. Attending the meeting were the mothers of the 4-H club members. All tle 4-H members gave their demonstrations and coffee and cookies were served for refreshments. THUNDERBIRDS 4-El "CLUB members met at their leader;s, Mary Wetters Wednesday to dis- cuss about the demonstration con- test. All 4-H members were pres- carry over into our lives. Having a sense of gratitude to the great people who built this country is a big part of bcinff loy- al to America. Modern citizens need the same spirit that early pioneers had. " When we salute the flag we are being loyal to America. But that is not enough. We should not on- ly reheat the words of the "Pledge Keep Washington Green Banquet is Planne00 For 00002ay 18 The 23rd Annual Keep Wash- ingon Green Gowrnor's Banquet will be hehl May 18 at the Quay Restamant in Vancouver. Guy. Al- bert D Rosellini and officials of the Keep \\;Vashington Green As- sociation will launch the 1963 for- esl and range fire prevention cam- paign. Dr. O, Harry Schrader. Jr, K.VV.G. President, announced the theme of the banquet: "Forest Blowdown". He stated, "Last winter's violent Pacific windst,,u'ms dumped $250,- 600.000 worth of green thnber in the Northwest lap. Wind felled trees and debris blowll fl'oln stand- ing trees constitute the largest fh'e hazard to "vVashington forest lands in recent history." Dr. Schrader extends an invita- tion to all sponsors and friends of Keep Washington Green to attend. ASSESSOR (Continued From Page 1) acres in the state. Grays Harbor County, with the next largest acre- age, 140.436 acres. Burnett and the commissioners will meet late to work out details for hiring the additional help necessary and setting up the pro- gram. Also attending the meeting were representatives of the Simpson Timber Company, which owns a large acreage of classified land in the county, and the State Tax Commission. IN OTHER ACTION Monday the County Commission: --Accepted with regret the resignation of William DeMiero as justice of the peace at Belfair, --Received a petition from resi- dents of the Leeds Loop Road for improvement of the road. The petition was presented by Mrs. Jack Shero. --Purchase a brush grubber-rip- per attachment for the county road department from Air Mac, Inc., Seattle, the only bidders on the equipment with a bid of $1,762.80. Six Shelton Teachers Are Not Returning Six teachers in the Shelton School system have notified him they will not be returning next year, Supt. R. W. Oltman said this week. Four are retiring. They are Mrs. Esther Herren, fourth grade at Bordeaux; Mrs. Dorothy Carton, fourth grade at Evergreen; Mrs. Lomla Erickson, kindergarten at Mr. View and Mrs. Carlotta Han- sen, remedial work in the element- ary grades. Two others Miss Gall Denny, junior high girl's physical educa- tion and Alvin Wagner, Rogers School. are taking" other positions. ." What's Doing Big Fast Long From Your Landlord ED TAYLOR ent and all the members gave their dem onstrations. Friendship club meets at the home of Marie Rains on May 1. The last meeting of the club was held at Pearl Gifford's and the members celebrated the birthdays for the month of April. Southside Bachelors 4-H Club members met at the home of Mary Wetter to practice demonstrations for the demonstration contest. Dick Tibbets served refreshments, reported Brian Lovgren. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krat'cTaa and 5anice, Saturday visited Mr. and Mrs, Walter Kratcha. Linda and Susan. Journal Wanl Ads Pay 1! a.m. -- 4 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 COFFEE, DONUTS for the adults ICE CREAM for the youngsters 5 Miles South of Shelton on Olympic Highway at the GATEWAY CAFE BETTY WHITEAKER, Proprietor WHERE YOU WILL ALWAYS ENJOY THE GOOD FOOD Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. except Friday and Saturday until 2:00 a.m. SPECIALTIES PRIME RIB STEAKS SEA FOODS HOME-MADE PIES '* Dinner Parties Invited Anything from a cup of coffee to a full course dinner OBreakfast OLuneh @Dinner of Allegiance", but live by them Why should we be lo00al? To: /4"mong Our keep our nation strong, and free. | we need people who will give theh  ; lives to the service of our euntry" ; SERVCEMENi America needs people like John Glenn who will use their lives to help our country, io matter who we are or what we are doing, we ............................... can all be loyal and of service to our country. WHAT LOYALTY TO AMERICA MEANS TO ME BY CVTHIA SIJRRATT, BORDEAUX SCHOOL Wht i loyalty? Loyalty is be- ing faithful to my country and standing UD for it in troubled times and in good times. Why be loyal? I should be loyal because we have the constitution which guarantees us freedom of speech, freedom of the Dress, ann freedom of religion. Another rea- son why I should be loyal is be- cause many people died for my country that I might have these great honors and privileges of freedom. How to be loyal? I can be loval by going to school, respecting the LT S. flag, smgin the Anthem with honor and uraise, treating my elders with respect and au- thority, believing in God, and go- ing to church faithfully. Older pe- ople can be loyal by voting, stand- ing up for what they think is right and beltevin in it. believing in God, obeying laws, and paying taxes with the knowledge that it is oing for a ood cause. iV[any needle have proved their loyalty during our country's his- tory. Susan B. Anthony is remem- bered today for makin it poss!ble for women to vote: Nathen Hale Showed great loyalty when he said "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country", and Pat.rick Henry showed that he was willing to give up his life for his country by sayin "Give me Li- berty or give me Death." Though I, cannot be as great as these famous Americans, I can be equally as great to my friends by being loyal to them at school, at home, and in play. This is lit- tle, yet in loyalty it is much, that you and I as citizens of the United States can give. WHAT LOYALTY TO AMERICA MEANS TO ME BY SUSAN SPEECE, MT. VIEW SCHOOL As I look back through the pages of history, I recall all of America's brave heroes who risk- ed their lives, in order to make America a free and good country to live in. They knew that many of them would never return from battle to enjoy the privileges they had fought for, but it satisfied them with knowing that if they win, others would be able to enjoy these privileges, They were proud to be able to serve their country, These people had loyalty to Amer- ica. I think that America certainly has been loyal to mankind. She has always suppried us with valu- able natural resources. Our trees, our mountains, our soil, and our lakes are only a few of these na- tural resources. Glenn C. Story, aviation boats- wain's mate third class, USN, son of Mr, and Mrs. Glenn C. Story, Shelton, is serwng aboard the at- tack aircraft carrier USS Constel- lation, currently on a seven-month tout' of duty with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. Ports of call for the ship include Subic Bay, Philippines; Hung Kong, and the Japanese ports of Sasebo, Yokosuka and Kobe. Air Force Capt. William R. Val- ley surprised his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Valley with a 24-hour visit recently. A sister and family took him to Portland where he Irene 5. Reed Bop" 5taters d ' ,5 CATEHS--Boy's State delegates from trene S. Reed High School who will attcnd the an- nual Boy's State at Pacific Lutheran University June "it-18 are, lett to vl0nt Joe Kelburtz. Run Orr and Bob JefferY. Hood Canal The 1963-64 School Year At Meet PTA Elects Officers For 5he/to. HOODSPORT.--Election of offi- their faniilies are happy to be cers for the 1963-64 school year settled back here in their homes was held a the last P.TA. meet- at the Forestry quarters. Major ng at Hood Canal Junior High repairs including new floors in School. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grubb both homes, wiring in the Nes were elected to the office of presi- bill's necessitated both families ident, Mrs. John Denison, vice moving out temporarily. president; Mrs. Bert Toler. secre- MR. AND MRS. Bob Minty tary and Mrs Earl Crumb. treas- are now living in the house on urer. The program consisted of Sunshine I-reights owned by Mrs. five talks on youth activities by Dorothy Palmer. the following persons: Jan de Lau- Mrs. Sharon Emery, Yuka City, benfels, front Olympia, presented Calif., daughter of Mrs. John Knee- Girl Scouting; Clarence Anderson land .has been visiting here for a from Shelton. Boy Scouting; Jane couple of weeks with her infant Windsor. 4-H Club work; Jim son. Monte. They were to leave Reeder, Little League and Mrs. on Saturday but missed thetr plane Barbarh McDowell Girls' League. at the Olympm airport. Little Girl Scouts of Troop 228. whose Monte became ill and was rushed leaders are Nancy Morris and to the Shelton hospital, where he Jean McKasson. gave the flag was found to be suffering from ceremony, virile bronchitis. He is still' con- MR. AND MRS. George Laboki fined at this writing, but much from Elnm. were guests at the improved. Needless to say, the Rudy Schwab home on Monday. return home has been postponed Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Mille re- temporarily. turned the last of the week from LAST TUESDAY the regular a three-week trip to California. Brownie troop meeting was a rath- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hansen, Port, er gala affair when the girls sur- land. were Satm'day evening din prised their leader, Mrs. Dart Rob- ner guests, bins with a gift and a lovely cake. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grubb and This was in appreciation of her Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nesbitt and leadership the past two years. Fishing Season Opens With Good Success At Lake Nahwatzel Sunday last Sunday with boats and fish- Mrs. Wills Mills and daughter, ermen everywhere. It was a beauti- Kathie of Shelton, Ronald Isabel of ful sight. Carl Goeres of Ehna Seattle. Eddie Holmes of Me- caught a nice 16V inch rainbow Chord Field, and John Tupper of trout and Art Plainer of Matlock the Lake. caught a 16 inch rainbow also. FRANK COOPER, JR., is at The fishing was good all day and Fairchild Airport in Spokane for the largest fish brought in and re- a week's test in preparation for his ported was a nice 20 inch, A large next assignment. percentage of the fishermen Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford caught their limit with a good Ford last Sunday was Mrs. Ruth share of the 12 inch to 14 inch Jackson of Raymond. sizes. Tuesday visitors at the home of :{r. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Limb of Lake Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough of Dayton vb'Jted the Hewson's last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. Art Pal- .nor of Matlock. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer of Seattle attended rite dance at Matloek Hall lst ;aturday evening. To add to the excitement of "opening day" an outboard motor on one of the boats caught fire. Alan Tupper and Mike Palmer and a friend from Seattle were in the boat at the time. The boys were rescued safely and Tom Brown of Olympia and AI Tupper from the Resort put out the fire. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour of Shelton returned to their home on the Lake for the summer. Visiting them Sunday were Dave Kimball William Rt. 1, Box 176, son County erty bond after rape early this Marler was night after a woman told offic himself on her north of Shelto The woman met Marler in a and that he a ride to ing out, he side the dent took place, Afterward, sh back to She ported it to S gave them her. Police spotted Marler's White Spot him and officials. He was p,m. Satm'day- Marler will Court on the Pharmacy From Nell We got to t other day and ly proud we Stop and think. turner is about wil 1 ,i c,h many to being twenty our part in conscientious tot's to us. Open. . SaturdaYS , Net 4th & RailrOad and son. kit'. Kimball caught a .... nice 14 inch trout. Also visiting the BarbourslastSundaywereMr. USED CARS ANO Mrs. Everett Sellers of Brady and , Clarence Burger of the Resort, Mrs. Geri Warren of Seattle. Mrs. Archie Kelley is still in '62-Chevrolet Greenbrier Station Shelton Hospital from her auto Radio - Heater - 4 Speed Transmission accident a couple of weeks ago. Underseal - 14,000 actual miles. She is able to sit up and get around in a wheelchair. She is '59-Rambler Ambassador 4 Door doing fine and hoping to be able to conte home soon. Radio - Heater - Automatic Trans. caught a plane for Warner Rob- OVER THE "WEEKEND Mrs. Power Steering and Brakes ins. Ga., where he is stationed. It Lawrence Hansen visited her (]1 was his fh'st visit home in three mother. Mrs. Edith Profitt of Seat- '59-Chevrolet Belair "6" 4 Door Se years. One way we can be loyal to America is by taking care of these natural resources, protecting them, and using them wisely. Another way we can be loyal to America is by being a good citizen. This is taking advantage Tveits home were Mr. and Mrs. James Weed and Howard Weed of Renton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Belcher of Mayfield. Eddie Dawson was guest of Charles Chappelt of Matloek and attended the 1%cry M. Knight track meet at South Bend last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson visit- ed at the home of Mr. and M's. Lawrence Armstrong of Tacoma last Sunday. of the privileges and rights we Americans have. It is possible that many of the young men to- day may be the veterans and war heroes of tomorrow I imagine that most of Americas veterans and great men must have started out being loyal to America by being good citizens. Yes, I thinkelyaltYth to America is one of most important things in the lives of American citizens young and old. tie, who is recovering from an Radio - Heater - AUtomatic operation Dinner guests at the home of '59-Chevrolet Parkwood Station Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit last Tues- Radio - Heater - Automatic Trans. day were Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash, Power steering and brakes Matlock. Friday visitors at the Tveits '58-Rambler American 2 Door were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth John- Heater - Overdrive son of Skokomish Valley. Weekend guests at Mr. and Mrs. '55-Pontia 4 Door Sedan Radio - Heater - Automatic '53-Cdillac 2,Door Hardtop Radio - Heater- Automatic Power Steering, Brakes, Windows '51-Pontiac 2 Door Sedan - Very Radio - Heater - Automatic TRUCKS '57-IH, Model VF-210 6 Wheel 5 Spd. -:4 Spd. - V-549 engine - Complete recondition - ready to work '57-GMC ton pickup - long boi Heater -3 speed trans. - very clean '51-IH 1 ton, Flat Bed with Hoist New 650 dual tires - Heater 4 speed trans. - no spin rear axle '53-IH 2 ton, Flat bed 4 spd. trans. - 2 spd. axle. reinforced frame '50-Studebaker, 1 ton, cab and Dual tires - 4 speed - rebuilt engine '39-IH 1 ton flat bed with hoist r 4 speed trans. - rebuilt engine '52-GMC, 6 wheel cab & chassis 671 engine - 5 spd. and 3 spd. trans. 'ebuilt, ready to work. KIHBEL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INTIRNATIONAL TRUCI4S 707 SOUTH FIRST COME IN AND SEE THE NEW MODEL C.900 INTERNATIONAL TONPICKUP - 107 in. Wheelbase - 6 ft. pickup box 3 speed transmission - 4 Cyl., 96 H.P. engine - Heater - Signals - Arm rests SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER Sl,993.45 Delivered plus state tax and license HOW OH DISPLAY AT / KIBEL MOTORS, INC. %