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1963 5 TOP SCHOLARS IN'63 CLASS q I{y .Mahel Kidd DAYTON .... Mrs. Elizabeth Comer, Shelton, former Dayton re- sident, had the misfortm]e of fal- ling' on Saturday an(t t)rea.kinp' her hip. She is confined to the Sheltou General Hospital. Mrs. Olive Folmshee of Port Townsend passed away last week. She and family lived in Dayton and Mrs. Bill Chappell to Olympia to calch a plane for their Oregon home, The John Yomgs visited son-in- in\\;v, Ted Reynolds at the Bremer- ton Naval Hospital Sunday after- l]oon. Mr. and Mrs. John 3ames, Ta- coma were weekend guests in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Average 3.5 or Abo ve For 7 Semesters ,,,., ii .,| i , nnd Joanne MeClanahan of Shel- "ton. Sheri Chappell spent the week- end as guesl of Penny McQuilkin. \\;Vendell Ehngren. well known in this connnunity, passed away Sa- t/lrday ill Oregon. His home was at Medford. The C. L. Andersons of Cloqual- lure visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell. Sharon Moffatt. Shelton, spent the weekend as g'nest of Doris Hiekson. Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E Lemke were Mrs. Cecil MeLain and children, Kent. i i I Swearingen were guests in the home of Mr. and MrS. T. A. Tibbits ' Sunday to enjoy birthday cake in honor of Mr. Tibbit's birthday. Mrs. Sarah Kirk, Tacoma. was a Tuesday overnight guest in the home of her daughter and hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swear- ingen. She also stayed at Lake Cushman with son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. William L Brown and Shelley visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard and :family and enjoyed being served strawberry shortcake. PAE 17, i (Valedictor- and Mrs. Shore, Bel- Annual, sty, stu- play, :r C.A.A., A rts e Point tUghter of Wing, tr. Secretary band I nsti- Choir. Salutator_ Mr. and Stt e r, Senior Ornecomin te, dele- Onference. STRICKLAND, EOANNA -- MERRILL, M ELIN DAdaugh- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mer- Strickland, .Grapeview. Presi- rill, South Shore, Belfair, Band dent of C.A.A., Honor Society, Student, president of Honor So- Student Council representative, ciety, C.A.A. secretary, Student Assistant Editor Paper Staff, Council representative, senior senior play, Choir, delegrate to play, attended U. of W. Liberal U. of W. Play Day. Arts Seminar. NORTH MASON SCHOOL HEWS New Drama Club Plans First Presentation "Flight Into Danger" Saturday Night By Dennis Shelly membrance of the honor. The so- This Saturday the North Ma- ciety has not yet decided on what son's newly formed drama club kind of scholarship to present to will present its first production, NM scholars who are planning to "Flight Into Danger", a drama of eonthme on to some other phase ! suspense in three acts. The play of higher education. will begin at 8 p.m. in the high Speakers for the senior gradua- school gymnasium and will cost tion have already beerz chosen and adults, $1; ASB, 50 cents, and they are as follows: Gene Foster children 25 cents. The leading (ASB President), Mike Stevenson roles will be played by Robert (Senior class president), and Con- Spooner as George Spencer, Me- hie Harris, Nancy Mattus, and linda Merrill as the stewariess Robert Spooner. Two weeks ago Janet, and Paul Furchert as the the seniors had their pictures doctor, taken for a Tacoma paper. Honor roll students for the The junior high band did not previous report period are: High attend their hand contest last School, 4.0; Ned Cokelet, Paul week for reason unknown. But Furchert, Connie Harris, Melinda the high school band is still plan- Merrill, 3.8; Allen Beck, Margie ning to attend their contest to be Green, Nancy Mattus, Ron Pasch- held on the morning of April 27 ke, Gayle Schantz, Sallie Travis at Sumner High School in Sum- 3.6; Elaine Crosswhite, Lora Davis ner, Wash. The band's "festival" Christine Bixenmann, Nancy Dre- was canceled because of lack of her, Jeannene Gire, Marlene Hart- proper facilities to handle the four nigan, Pete Merrill and Tim Wing. attending bands. Junior High; 4.0; Elizabeth Hunt IN STUDENT COUNCIL, 3.8; Alan Cady, Cheryl Williams it was recommended that the ASB 3.7; Rick Burrell, Peggy Caloway, secretary write a letter of appre- 3.6 Linda'Bishop and Bob Meyer. ciation to Mr. Squire of Belfair Final plans for North Mason's Gardens for helping so much in new cafetorium were approved last the beautification of NM's campus. week and are now subject to ap- He was also to be sent an activity proval by the Federal Govennnent. card for next year which would The plans Should be returned in a admit him free into any ASB few days shortly followed by a activity. call for bids on the building's con- There are four new amendments struction. At any rate, NM should to the ASB constitution which will have its cafetorium by next fall. be voted on sometime this week. NM's ItONOR SOCIETY re- The proposed amendments are: cently voted to buy a plaque to (a) to not allow seniors to vote be placed in the trophy case in in ASB officer elections for the honor of the lettermen (three sec- upcoming year, (b) reorganizing tions: football, basketball, and a all amendment procedures, (c) spring sport) who receives the changing grade point averages for best grade point average. In ad- all members of Student Council dition to having his name placed and (d) changing grade point off the plaque, a small desk pen averages for student council offi- was given him as a permanent re- cers. :I RVlCE ' 426-3172 :LbES ' 426-4832 lUrnps APPlianees e0S. leveling S0by Pioneer Area Purchases Fire Truck In Move To Formation Of District By Betty Ann Shero PIONEER.--The latest news in the Pioneer area is the purchase of a fire truck from the Harstine Island f01k. An organization meet- ing will be held within the week to form a volunteer fire depart- ment. Anyone who has had previ- ous training with either a fire de- partment or service connected training would you please call Sally Taylor, 426-8476 or Jack Gray, 426-2348 if you would be in- terested in helping. All of you will be needed. The Pioneer School Board held DIRECTORY Floor Coverings------ " TileLinleum [ Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL a special meeting Monday night to work on the proposed school budget for the coming school year. Jeff Fitzthum is now back in school after spending a few days in the Clinic Hospital with the flu. RECENT COMPANY at the Jack Shero's were the Fred Harts of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Boles of Centralia, the Art Thomas of Shelton. Mrs. Ruby Danielson was m Harrisbn Memorial Hospital in Bremerton for four days fonowing surgery, but she is. now home and reported to be doing nicely. Johnny VanderWal celebrated his seventh birthday Sunday by inviting nine of his classmates to a party. Those attending were Loren Pagel, David Susak, Lorna Vik, Roger, Char_.es and Wayne Hammond, Jimmy and Suzie Dick- inson and Clifford Rice. Boy Scouts from the Pioneer area making an all night camping trip to the Lower Skokomish with Troop 60 from Shelton were Brock Shero, Wayne Sushak, Gary Ray- mond, Allen Fitzthum, Leonard Rice ,and Jim Kelly. Your correspondent attended the County Commisoners meeting Monday morning to find out if any progress has been made on the building of a new Leed's Loop Road and to inform the commis- sion of the open wells on the Leed's Loop Road. The progress of the 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 new road is still under study as ..................... the surveyor has not completed his work on it. When he is fin- Florist Plants I fo all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass i . Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railrosd Ph. 426-8231 i i i Draperies,, , custom made free estimates work gflaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Electrical . House wiring & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shooting . Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 ished there will be a public discus- sion on the situation. The com- missioners promised immediate at- tention to be given to the open wells with a referral to Skip Ness, the" County Health officer. THE C. V. RICHARD'S of Sa- lem, Ore., were weekend visitors in the Nozn Castle home on Cran- berry Creek. P.T.O. Board will be held Thurs- day evening at Mrs. John Ray- mond's. All officers and commit- teemen please attend. PIONEER SCHOOL NEWS The lower grades all had their birthday parties before spring va- cation. They also had an Easter Egg hunt which was a lot of fun. The sixth and seventh grades hid the eggs for them. The sixth and seventh grades" have had a busy week. April 17 the seventh grade visited the Junior High in Shelton to look around and to become familiar with their school for next year. The boys and girls enjoyed it very much and all agreed that it was better than to have 1vrr. Don Broom, student advisor, come out to Pioneer. April 18 found the sixth grade class on kheir way to Panhandle Lake for the annual Forest Conservation Day. Even though it rained the students en- joyed ttzemselves and enjoyed the free pop. ......... Tty A ffoarnal want Ad lrom 1924 to 1938. She is survived by a son, Clifford, Port. Townsend, and a daughter Mrs. Lorna Kink Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke host- ed the Traveling Pinochle Club Sa- i turday evening in their home. High prizes went to Beulah Chapin and George Chapin, low to Belle Duyo- nier and Ralph Killough, travelling ])inoehle to Beulah Chapin and Jim Booth. The Ralph Kithmghs will be host May 4. The Delmer Sehurs are enjoying a visit from their mother, Mrs. Mildred Stewart of LaVerne, Calif. She plans to spend two weeks. The Sehm's had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keillor of Suquamish, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bm'ke, Tacoma, Mr. mad Mrs. Ro- bert Sehm' and children, Seattle Dick Leonard. Monday, Mr. and lrs. Seab Combs spent the day with Alice l)ielle at her smnmer eahin at. Stetsons above Hoodsport. Mrs. Mary Buchanan Shelton vi- stied Friday with Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Mr. and Mrs. John Young and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Young, Shelton. Sunday callers in the Walter Chappell home were Mr. and Mrs. Challender, and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hanna and children Shel- ton. Mr. told Mrs. Tom Buechel and children Longview, spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Bue- chel. Little five year old Greg caught his limit fishing at Lake and Mrs. Mary Brandenberry. Nahwatzel Sunday. Of course, he RONALD AND CAROL Chap-Iwas proudest of a fourteen ineher man and daughter, Betty Marie, / he caught Pretty good for a little htve moved their housetrailer into t feller wh[m lots of adults didn't e yard of her sister and family, / do near so well. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Moore. " I MIlS GLADYS ZOYER, Lilli- Bud Chappell left for his home/wauD visited Sunday the Darl Col- in Cordova Thursday after spend-]dys." " " " ' ing a few days with "relatives 1 Ianie Williams had a Saturday and Wednesday, Darl Goldy too'k Mr overnight guests Brooke Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell and family were Friday gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Goldsby, Shel- ton. Saturday, {l'S. Gertrude Scott had dinner with Mrs. Mary Bucha- Ilan. Pete Roberts and sons motored to Renton Saturday where they lnet Dr. and Mrs. Bill Monson and Michael .and continued tlie trip with them to Ellensburg where they all spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hall. Sunday, the men. including little Michael. all hiked into Dusty Lake near Burke Lake and enjoyed a day of fishing. MRS. WILLIAM M. Browm and children. Shelton. visited Saturday in the "Walter Chappell home, The Darrell Swearingen family, Tacoma. Ernie Swearingen. Island Lake and Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Thursday, Mrs. Hans Land and Mrs. Merlin Rickards and Duane t called on Mrs. Neils Lund and Mrs. Emil Matson. Shelton. MONDAY I, UNCHIION guests of Mrs. Alvin Hulbert were Mrs. Sarah Lozier. Tumwater, Mrs. Chester Valley and Mrs. Marie Fish. Skokomish Valley. , ...... i LOW COST HOE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION-- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Oounly Savis & Loan Association TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Maxwell House INSTANT COFFEE 10 OUNCE $129 JAR FOR .................... APPLE JUiOE S Sl Btls. PRICES FOR APRIL 25-26-27 PORK SHOULDER ROAST FRYERS ,. 43' " Cut-up Shur-fresh - Pan Ready FRESH Red Kings- 8 lb. or Half to Bake SALMON VEAL STEAK Avg. WhOleLB. 79" ,*o,,o .ouo,LB. 79' PORK STEAK Fresh- Lean - Blade Cuts LB. OIL TOMATO SOUP 0,,,,,.. s 10/'1 IT'S RIGH & THIGK 45 PORK SAUSAGE Mildly Seasoned.Country Sty0000. 39" BISCUIT MIX MAZOLA SALAD 32 oz, APPLESAUCE ,.,ow.,, 16 oz, Tins .................................... TOMATO JUICE ,.s,. Well ............................ 46 oz. SOUP CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN OR TURKEY ............................................ 102 oz. 6/'1 S/'I 6/'1 INST. DRY MILK TOHATOES .................. 2, OZ. TINS COFFEE ,io e HOUSE - 2 LB ................. TIN Carnation T gS ........................................ 14 Q . 5/'1 SS' JIFFY C SO GOOD SO LOW. 40 oz, :: N.B.C. SALTINE LB SWAHSON T.V. DINNERS :'o'::;:::.. .......... ,:49' I ..RACKERS,,,,,,o 29' 6/29 ,:: S Y \\; 'L" VOLuM'If& ] APPLES o.owo00: 5/49 GRAPEFRUll ''': P s. 10199" p ' H PULAR MECHANICS Illustrated ENCYCLOPEDIA & GUIDE CAULIFLOWER 00oow w,,,o.o.s EACH 23' " 0ti:,Tr ,'H:G: D:tl:: ' LETTUCE Fresh Red Leaf EACH 2125" ::,'