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.. ................ .... _ .... . _ ....... • -.. . ,! , .,.. . ! .................... i • I terest to boar, -9 " " , Div., Everett; R. L. DeLong, St. topics: "What s Your Legal I.Q.. James D. Bronson, AFPI pzes- Regis Paper Co, Tacoma, Dave Has Card Party &apos;5000 I SAVE IDFIy FACILITIES load Washer Waaher Washers LILLIWAUP -- Lilliwaup Com- munity club Friday evening was well attended. Ten tables of pi- score going to N[illie Diesen and Henry Mowick, second high to Esther Christensen and Niel Vance, 300 pinochle to Stella Morken and Jack Leimback, Neff Vance was the lucky wmner of the door prize. 1Vattie Backlund and Evelyn Nicholson were hostesses for the evening. The club welcomed back Dick Schaufler who with his wife had spent the winter months in Arizona. The next card party will be held on May 10. HOOD CANAL GARDEN Club will meet this Thursday at the We- sans Club house in Potlatch, a pot luck lunch will be served at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Stelia Morken had a plea- sant surprize Sunday when Mr. and Mrs: EmeI Johnson of Olalla, old friends she hadn't seen for years, dropped m for a visit. Mrs. Hattie Arthur of Seattle is spending a short time at her summer home at Eldon. Visiting old friends, she will celebrate her birthday while on the Canal. Mrs. Johnnie Anderson and daughter of New York are visiting her mother and family Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Heft of Lillwaup also her mother in law and husband Mr. and Mrs. Des Cheatham. Jack Dwyer who has been in Shelt0n General Hospital a week, returned home Saturday• Mr. and Mrs. Linn O. Ager of Tacoma spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Hrs. Nick Sceva. LOUISE SPALDING Forest Festlva royalty will hold the spotlight for graduatmn exer- cises at Mary M. Knight this year as princess Virginia Hollatz has been chosen as valedietoria and last year's princess Louise Spald- ing will be salutatorian. Endowed with every character- istic expected of royalty, both of these charming young ladies (what you don't know can hmcc you) : ' Hiring Personnel" (and how to say goodbye}: "The Leg- l islature's Effect on School Sup- port" (teachers" salaries, emerg- ency leaves, and Public Law 874). I The meeting was terminated with a general session on the "Purpose and Value of Your State _hsociation," which included .a general summary with a question and answer period. PRINCESS VIRGINIA HONORED By Rent Perkins The Girls' League coronation breakfast honoring Forest Fes- tival Princess Virginia Hellatz was held in the school cafeteria April 20 from 6 to 9 a.m. With the superb food prepared under the capable direction of Eli- zabeth Bennett, dbmestic science teacher, and Nellie Chappell, erie- teria manager, the breakfast was not only a gastronomic delight but also a financial success. Girls who assisted in the cook- ing and serving were Carol Owen, Barbara Owen, Jane Chappell, Ka- thy Cargile, Mae Cockburn, Kris- line Graham. Nancy Stodden, Lor- etta Beerbower, Jaekie Landis, are richly deserving of the honors I Donna Owen, Gloria Avery and bestowed upon them. They were J Judy Landis• Even Princess Vir- selected not only on the basis of ginia doffed the royal robes for scholarship but in addition for out- a time to help with the dishes. standing qualities of citizenship From total receipts of $71.35 and service to the school. Virginia leads the senior class in scholarship with a grade poirt average of 3.86, has participated in numerous extra-curricular act tivities including three years of dramatics, member of the chorus, editorial staff of the annual, has held various student council and class offices, cheer leader, Girls' League president, office secretary, a net profit of $30.85 was real- ized after deducting $40.50 for food. Virginia was presented with $25.00 to aid in defraying neces- sary expenses, leaving a balance of $5.85 for the Girls' League treasury. THE GAME of hardball With Montesmo on Monday, April 22, was rained out after the second SlAT BELTS An Inexpensive Life Insurance ' COST OF SEAT BELTS IS L,OW, BENEFITS OF-COMFORT PROTECTION ARE HIGH . . I Seat Belts are much like Insurance. A]'NSL RANCE protects your poaketbook- ELTS Protect the lives of you and your family, assistant librarian and four-year etterman in baseball and basket- ball. The achievements of Louise nearly parallel those of Virginia. She has earned a grade point av- erage of 3.67, has had three years of dramatics, member of choir and other vocal ,groups, held var- ious student council and class of- rices, vice president of Girls' League, on annual staff, assistant librarian, office secretary and 4- year letterman. In her freshman year she was captain of the base- ball team and voted the most w]- uable player in basketball last year. NEARLY EQUALING the girls in scholarship and graduating vh honors is Gone Brehmeyer who is completing his higll ,school course in three years. Gone did outstand- ing work in dramatics, has held many student offices and has wo letters in baseball, basketball, track and boxing• It was neces- sary for him to forego most ac- tivities this year because of ad- ditional study for graduation in order to qualify for enlistment in GET YOUR INSURANCE the Marine Corps. l00G'-hh AGE AT School directors+ Jake Tz'imble andHerb Brehmeyer, Jr., accom- NCY panied by Supt. Eugene French attended the "Back to School for : at the Morek+ Hotel in Aberdeen €at Belts Saturday, May 4 at 3rd & Cedar, [ I by the Shelton Jaycees and Sheriff's Reserve. I Stallatio  FREE Safety check-up for your car. %%ANGLE AGENCY • Ave. Shelton Ph. 426-8272 on Monday, April 15. The keynote address on "Board- manshlp" was delivered by Louis Bruno, State Supt. of Public In- struction, followed by an inform- FOR MOB ON MOTHER'S DAY everything INSIDEI mmap ... carries like 0 ... stores like /\\;, luggage i//!i!i!iiiii!iiii::ix" • 000000!iiiiiiiiiii!iiii0000 .. but cleans M: like 1//i+i HOOvERonly a  ' .............. can clean! , Everything fits Inside, including new Tufflex flexible hose alreacty connected and ready to 8o, New Triple-Fan Motor makes this the most powerful Hoover ever built. Combination Rug and Floor Nozzle with exclusive comb and brush action for expert carpet grooming. Full set of attachments for all your cleaning need Cnvenientl Attractive!.. built as only HOOVER can build them 9s ' our phone number is 426-8215 inning with the score tied 2-2. While their powder was still dry MMK gave a good account of themselves. Bill Trenckmann made a nice double and we also bone- headed into a triple play mishap. CIRCU DATES SET "The Circus is Coming"! are words that have always thrilled and delighted both young and old, and we are now happy to report that dates have definitely been set for e "Greatest Show on Earth," a gigantic, colossal, stu- pendous, sensational and amaz- ing three-ring spectacle, which is to be presented in the Mary M. Knight gynmasium on the eve- nings of-May 10, 11 and 12. Thrills galore are promised with death-defying feats of tight wire walking, aerial acrobatics, tumb- ling, balancing, bounding rope acts, knife throwing and many others to quicken the pulse and • provide an evening of unparalleled excitement and eritertainment. After weeks ()f patient and pain- staking rehearsals the show is al- most ready "to go on the road," although there was considcrable delay due to a series of epidem- ics which apparently had no re- spect for circus perf(rmers. This is the second week of pray. tice with the circus teeter-board which is similar to a teeter-totter @ of She/ton A subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. formerly Lumbermen's Mercantile on which a person jumping on one end flips a second person on the opposite end. The board being ued was loaned by the Wenatchee Youth Circus. In turn they are to alive talk hy Elmer W. Stanley, receive the use of a "slanging but- Executive Secretary of the Wash- for" (Peforming dog) which is ington State School Directors As- still to be trained. Both single and sociation. Three sectional meetlng were double somersaults are being prac- conducted on topics of special in- ticed with the aid of the "me- chanic" or overhead tumbling belt. The unsupported Turkish lad- ders ate in operation with six girls and one boy on them• The girls will be attired in harem costumes which are being made by Mrs. Frank Hollatz and Mrs. Alvin Owen These ladies are devoting a great dea.] of time on the ward- robe for the show which includes an Uncle Sam suit for the stilt walker. The tight wire walkers, jugglers on the wire and on the unicycles are putting in a great deal of practice. Plans for "Clown Alley" are likewise shaping up and will provide a lot of original gags and stunts. A LOT OF WORK is being done to perfect' the tumbling and bal- ancing acts, the bull whip stunts and the spinning ropes. Construc- tion of animal and other charac- ters was delayed because of ill- ness but is now progressing rap]'d- ly and all should be in readiness for the grand opening. It is understood that a first class "impalement" or knife throwing act {s being imported and that one of our courageous and daring young ladies has consent- ed to act as a target. It is rumored that Tom urphy is slated to toss the hardware and we hope he is not suffering from any visual def- icmney. The animal trainers find that a few dogs complain about walk- ink on their hind legs and tlk of striking for additional ham- burgers and fringe benefits. In all probability there will be some anl- real actors of rather tender years. The school board has approved the purchase of a public address system which should prove bene- ficial in staging our show and also a big help at the forthcoming graduation exercises. The entire show is bemg pro- duced and directed by Jack Hog- ben. himself an enthusiastic cir- cus fan and a member of Circus Fans of America. Hogben is per- sonallv acquainted with nany of the leading circus executives and pcrfomners who have generously loaned him equipment and given invaluable tdvice an(l" assistance toward making a succcss of the forthcoming production. ALL SCIIOOL TALENT SHOW The finest that Mary M Knight bad to offer in musical talent was presented in the annual talent show held in the school auditorium last Thursday by Dick Endicott ident, said Mutchler also will serve on AFPI's National Council of forest industry leaders concern- ed with the forest resource. Other members of the commit- tee, as appointed by Rronson, are: E, R. Aaron, Biles-Coleman Lum- ber Co., Omak; Samuel H. Brown, Weyerhaeuser Co., Tacoma; Mrs. VIRGINIA HOLLATZ music director. tle perfor:ners, se- lected front among all elementary grades and high school, gave an unusually entertaining program of vocal and instimmental numbers which was a delight to music lov- ers. It proved conclusively that we have much latent talent which only requires the proper skill and training for development. Following is the complete pro- gram: First and F'cond Grades: "Little Dutch Kindergarten" +Mary Cargile, Becky Brehmeyer, and Christy French. "Home on the Range" -- Rodney Reeve, Coleen Graham. "Yankee Doodle" -- Tim Trim- ble, Ted Ayers. Bill Hickson. Mau- fine Henry, Clint Painter and Ri- chard LiIIy. " 'Jesus-%Vants Me for a Sun- beam" -- Kitty Cargile. "Lonely Little Robin"  Susie Stodden, Joann Stodden and Ka- thy Warman. Third and Fourth Grades: Accordion solo "Dreaming" -- Denise Avery, Vocal Duet "When the Chestnut Leaves Were Falling" -- Millie Howard and Audrey Beerbower. Piano Solo "Skaters' Waltz" Teresa Gz'aham. Vocal trio "Red River Valley" Roberts Smelzer, Dani Painter, Annette Painter. High School and Junior High Duet "This Old House" -- 3a- kie Landis and Loretta :Beerbower. Saxophone solo -- Gerald Crea- mer. Vocal duet "Martins and Mc- Coys" Dennis DeFect and Bill Trenckmann. Girls' Quartet -- Jan Starks, Janice Gwinnett, Mac Cockburn and Rene Perkins. Humorous pantomime "Take off[ on modeling" -- Bill Oien. { Humorous skit "Homer & Jeth- roe" --- Mike Hiekson and Bob] Waiters. The 7th and 8th grade girls played a game of softball with Ka- milche last week which proved to be more in the nature of a track meet. Nearly all the players on both teams took several turns around the diamond and got plen- ly of exercise in addition to un, usually high scores• Our glrts were the best footracers and toured the infield five times more that the visitors• Below are lineups and track re- sults: MMK 26 Kamllche 21 C. Beerbower 3 C M. Haney 4 B. Owen 5 P S. Wiles 4 J. Starks 4 1st K. Petty 4 R. Perkins 4 2nd D. Haney 3 J. Chappell 1 SS C. Eltison 2 Kathy May 2 3rd C. Ruckman 2 M. Wertz 3 LF K. Kelly 0 L. Wertz 2 C1P B. Wolf 0 K. Cargile 2 RF B. Sigo 2 Nellie Chappell's baseball team of Owlettes played a double,head- er with Quinault here last ThaWs- day afternoon and broke even de- Tenets Dani and Annette Painter. Vocal duet "Four Leaf Clover" -- Pat and Mike Sinclair. Vocal Duet "Across the Plains" --Susie Miller and Audrey Beer- bower. Chorus "Randolph, the Bow-Leg- ged Cowboy" -- Alan Worman, Brian Brehmeyer, Jerry French, Larry Chappell, Mike Cargile, Warren Cargile, Chris Hickson and Bennett Henry. Fifth and Sixt Grades: Vocal olo "Sugartime" -- Ca- thy West. Accordion solo -- Judy Spring- 'or. solo  Debra Breh- "Twinkle Twinkle" -- spite tough competition. Now they are needling the boys plenty as they lost both of their games. The American Legion Dept. of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour, Commander J. Mel Dobson,.Adjutant Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays MAY 7 & 21 -- At The Memorial Hall--8 p.m, James, Simpson Timber Co., Seat- tle; Gerald L. Monahan. Cascade Pole Co., Tacoma; R. L. Mullen, Longview Fibre Co., Longview; W. C. Nellist, U.S. Plywood Corp., Se- attle; W. R. Richardson, Crown Zellerbach Corp., Seattle; Carl V. Sahlin, Puget Sound Pulp & Tim- ber Co., Bellingham; and Wm. A. Tinney, Industrial Forestry Assn., Seattle. Six From Shelton On 00 Honor Roll Six students from the Shelton area have been named to the win- ter quarter honor roll of Olympic College, Bremerton. One of these earned president's list honors, getting a 3.5 or bet- ter average over 15 or more credit hours. Regular honor roll required a 3.0 or better for 12 or more hours• ............................. NIaking the president's list was; Kay DeMiero. Shelton students named to the regular roll were: James DarTs, Kent .Johnson, Dennis Sandvig, Sharor Townsend, John Watkins. Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. 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