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5, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "ChTistmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAnE 9 . Senior guides were Larry Sund, , . . ble, president.; Mrs. Herb Bleh- LaZA.e tlIBIgMm00  llgD QP_HNA! Nlgtlg R,,hYo,nIroneEmsley,,onet MADV U ifNNUT llA(tl NCW meyer, Jr.,vieepresident;Mrs, Al-1 lnhlk: u I , . , , .  ;}, ., j .  -., }ik o- . Palmer, tr'asnrer.' :fter o bus- :' ! Juflo, s to I{[ost S,nmrs at Formal Da,:e., ,.:,,.. (.li,, ,1,,o.:.,. i:.,y suth- Donna Owe, Wins Second Ill VFW Auxiliary iness session 5h's. Elizabeth Ben-[ nEill ! | ap to Friday N:ghl;; gumors Hear Vocational Taiks ,i'{'(,:ii], ;::ti'F%.c'2' Essay Contest; Junior, Senior Prom Is May 3 !,ett's 7tl. and 8th grades ene}'- [] l [] l" .  . , > , , . , y. c Sc .c s, , tamed ViEII tnree llUlnorous SKiT.s ram am n n 1 SPtIJIA  By ?Iol?i lur(ley  ,-- :.as arson, Mr. and Mrs. Pads }';ei *:rtflbaD:a:n/b:Zckcn, Donna a,,5 itcr own zyping and re- wh}ch x'e:'e ex..eptmna}I 5 well done 11 . ". m um omorro ni:nr stuoenus ill Abe, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Mc- ; " .y, '5 ., , a "c a wrote the entire theme of 743 aria reected great credit on t)oth  m zzu ! ,,v nc i ! world.of '*omon to lanah.n, Mr d r Rodger teo,5lk,dY,*: words sveral times toeorrect any ho studentsnd thoirtecher m mum m l[. lemcmer as ne Jumor emss ruson, vu . ana vtrs. rocrt Soy- _ '.?_.:' ..... ' .....  ......  .... errors in grammatical construc- Supt. French has announeecl the to beat- Insurance 1=  u^  . nests a forma, aance nonoring. ne er, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Correa, ana  nu ramez. lion ..... spelling and ptmctuation She following students made the honor sermed by 10,000- " urmture, class of 1963. The dance will take Mr. and Mrs. Robert Temple, Mr. LAST WEEK representatives of also rranged an attractive title ,'ell for the six weeks grading per- fun time men' tutbiles, eqmp- it, ivestok, o * th Security and to 48 months lit?PaY: Credit Life !ce is avail. , stop iI, te: place in the multi-purpose room of the new high school building item 9 to 12. Since the dance is l :,, honor of the seniors, they will' :)e admitted free white juniors and ophomores will pay $1 for pro- "yan2 s The theme was submitted by 3udy Rains and Kathy Archer, who will serve as chairmen of the decorations committee. Sue 5allory is in charge of invitations and Kelly Fredson will direct the clean-up committee. Ron Abe, jun- ior class president, is general chairman of the affair and the junior girls will supply tha re- reshments. Miss Irene Burright, junior class advise):, reports that the music will be furnished by the Fred Keeton :Combo from Olympia. The chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. George Hermes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willard, Mr. and Mrs. .Tim Doherty, Miss Irene Burright, r. and M{'s. R. W. Oltman, Mr. and Mrs; Homer Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Les- tel" Spilseth, Dr. and Mrs. Doug- OII/HS CAN TURN SHELTON UPSIDE T YOU WON'T FIND ALL-AROUND SERVICING YOUR CAR THAN YOU CAN AT... J, & I. SERVICE RICHFIELD PRoDuCTS 426-3959 and Mrs. B. F. Heuston, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Shezvood and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martig. Teachers are also invited to attend. POLITICS, ART and veterinary medicine were a few of the many varied subjects the juniors learned about Wednesday, April 17. The vocational conferences were held from 9 to 12 in the Reed building. Most of the juniors were able to .elect the three different vocation- al lectures they wished to attend. Speakers explained the type of work involved in each vocation as well as the education and training necessary to enter a particular field. Students had an opportunity to ask questions about vocations which interested them. Some of the talks were given by teachers. The teachers or school personnel who spoke were Mr. Nel- son, teaching; Mr. Steinbacher, art and design; Mr. Nicloy, music; and Mr. Merrifield, psychologs,. Other speakers were M. Moo, banking; Mr. Fuller, carpentry; Mr. Sheets, communications; Mr. Smith, electricity; Mr. Gray, gov- ernment service, Mr. Denison, marine biology; Mr. Palmer, pho- tography; Mr. VanderWegen, pol- itics; Mr. Dunn, sales; Mr. Starkey, sheet metal; Mr. Wivell, agriculture; Mr. Dewell, auto me- chanics; Mrs. Grimes, beauty cul- ture and Dr. Norvold, dentistry. Students were also infoned about careers in electronics, Mr. Robbins; highway patrol, Sergeant Bryant; insurance, Mr. Angle; me- dicine, Dr. Shumacher; science and math, Dr. Conca; engineering, Mr. Edge; forestry, Mr. Levin; home economics, Mrs. Norvold; law, Mr. Ragan; pharmacy, Mr. MeConkey; retailing, Mr. Canhney and veter- inary medicine, Dr. Larson. Sophomores and seniors partici- pated in the conferences by acting as uides. Sophomore students who were assigned to speakers as guides included Terri Turner, Jill Jeffery; Wilma Bolduc, Ginny Wel- ton and Pam McComb. the five branches of the Armed Forces spoke o the Boys' Club about fulfilling their military obli- gations. The speakers were Serg- eant Trudell for the Army; Chief Robert W*euner for the Navy; Sgt. Fred Knight for the Air Force; Gcne Brooks for the Coast Guard and Sgt. Martel for the Marines. Each representative spoke about his branch of the service and des- cribed the requirements and the opportunities available. The sen- iors were reminded to register with board No. 17 in Aberdeen within 10 days of their 18th birth- day. Although the boys were en- couraged to enlist instead of wait- ing to be drafted, methods of hav- ing the draft deferred were dis- cussed also. Robert Wenner stres- sed the fact that the boys should complete high school first. Sergeant Knight listed the fol- lo\\;vic, g advantages of joining the Air Force': tile 20 year retirement plan, technical training provided by the government increases in pay as one advances m rank and the opportunity to travel to Eur- ope, the Far East. Alaska and Ha- waii. A question and answer per- iod followed the talks and the sen- iors were then asked to ]:ill out 0uestionnaires indicating their' ser- vice preferences. SATURDAY THE BAND will travel by bus to Bremerton to par- ticipate in a contest with 25 other high schools. "American Overture for Band" by Joseph Willcox Jen- kins and "The Little English Girl" by Delle Ccse are the two num'oers the band will play. The schools with which the band will compete are divided into three classes, A, B, and C. according to the number of students enrolled. Shelton is in class B. The band ia working for its third rating of one, which is superior. The band has received ones for the last two years. This week the seniors received their scores on the college grade prediction tests which were taken in March. The tests are required DONNA OWEN Word was recezveu ,'; Supt. E. O. French last week that Dor- na Owen had placed second in the theme writing contest conducted by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. there- by winning not only a signal honor but also a $10 cash award. Tom Dale, a junior, rated fourth in the same contest although no cash prizes were offered below third place. French commented that this is an outstanding accomplishment for Mary M. Knight to win two of the top places out of 26 entries. most of which were from larger schools, and readily demonstrates the quality of traizfing offered ill our English department. Donna's theme on "What I can do to aid my eount'y", was a mo- del of neatness and accllraey and stresses the numerous activities in which a teen-ager might engage to serve and strengthen ore" nation. for entrance to all colleges in Wa- shington and cost $5 to take. Needless to say, the tests are of vital importance to all college- bound seniors and the results are not always welcomed. page which was an unusually fine example of typing art. DONNA, A SOPHONJ[OItE, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Owen who reside on the Brady higi]way about five miles south of the school. She has many out- side interests which include the Owen family unicycle group, has her ew:n thoroughbred horse and enjoys riding, participates in girls' athletics and has charge of the typing and art work for the school annual. She is also an excellent student, consistently on the school honor roll and made straight "A" grades in all seven subjects Cle last six weeks grading period. Shirlee Murphv. librarian, wish- es to announce {hat National Lib- rary Week ig slated for April 21- 27 inclusive. The slogan "Reading the Fifth Amendment--Enjoy tt!" forms the theme of 'our "display this week. It is indeed a liberty t() be able to -ead what one wishes. Barbara Voltm. student practi- cal nurse from St. Peter Hospital Scho)l ot: Nursing m Olympia, ac- companied Delores Skinner. public health mrse, on her regular visit last Thursd:ty. This was in the na- ture of a field trip for Miss Vol- tin to observe procedures in public health nursing. Mrs. Skinner states that she has completed all of the student health tests and will devote the remainder of the school year to home visits. The junior class has set Satur- day, May 3. as the date for the jumor-senior prom which will be held in the :M:a5 M. Knight gym- nasium. Music will be furnished by "The Ethics" of Olympia and admission is $1.50 single and $2.25 for couples. ELECTION OF officers for the the coming year was the principal business conducted at the PTO meeting last Thursday evening. [ New officers are Mrs. James Grib- fed that ended last week. Hig'h School Honor ICoil Yemen Buehannan and Neville Dale. freshmen: Mae Cockburn. Dennis DeFoer and Donna Owen. sophomores: Tom Dale, Stetson Palmer and Gerald Shaw, juniors and Virginia Hollatz. semor. 7th & 8th Grade Honor Ioll Alvin Owen. Rene Perkins. Bar- bars Owen. Carol Owen. Kathleen Cargile. Marlene VCertz and Lin- da Miller. 5th & 6th Graxle Honor Roll Kenny Howard. Kathy May. Ca- Contact me todayl LES YOUNG 2325 I Catlanan Street, Phone 426-2428 :hy West. Judy Springer. San- . ' ,2ra Perkins, Frances Wrimble. Lar- i----.I_FAR-M m.,...---. :.y Watters, Teresa ,Trimble. Deb- hie Brehmeyer. 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