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May 6, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Were received Kamilche School :in Indian Tribe on team from the n, Affairs for the on-o Malley funds in upl -- Mr. and Mrs. returned last Week tour and visited Mr. sisters and other er -- The spring the Mason Co. Was held at the ~makers Club at 10 Kamilche, and PickeTing Was called to 2ornell president on County Ann Wheeler the Pickering ave the Welcome was taken meeting and for 1972 Vice- lnia Snider, COrps 'rnit been received Army Corps Simpson ny for permit Bay at dredging e dredged to restore tg and arties are in writing, ections that Proposed whether will be of the Work on Factors interest For Mother's Day CASUAL SHOES At 107 S 4th :), , economicS: [CS, 3od eCOsystems, needs and factors Part of wOUld nterest to s to this to reach not later Insure public schools, is a small elementary school of 86 Indian. at tending and other adult I do not believe, that ! The evaluation team visited s t u d e n t s f r o m g r a d e s During the past two years the education programs they have school-education should be 1 the school Feb. 23. Kindergarten through sixth. Three Indian Community has expressed recently organized would result, totally different from the Comments in the report teachers combine classes fora deep concern for the school and Without the teacher Aides education our students receive at included: grades l&2, 3&4, 5&6. the effectiveness of the students would not be receiving home. Positive attitude towards "The Kamilche-Valley school Twenty-seven of the students are educational program provided for the individualized attention which the school, teachers, peers and their children. When this writer has resulted in the improvedthemselves could be emphasized first became acquainted with the attendance. To not have JOM more at home. The school should i Tom urn relatives at Childress, Texas, then on to Houston, Texas to visit nephews and nieces. Then on to Mexico and then the Southern Route home and drove 5,237 miles. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash spent Group Secretary and Emily Babcock, Treasurer. The meeting adjourned for lunch and at 1 p.m. Jo Ann Pizzello Mason County Home Agent called the meeting to order for the Homemakers Style Show and movies. Miss Pizzello was narrator of both shows. About twenty members participated by sewing their own suits, coats, dresses and pant suits under the supervision of the Extension Agent. Many "Oh's and Ah's" were heard throughout the style show and the program that followed. A sincere thank you to Jo Ann for all the help and work she did to make the Homemakers Spring meeting a success. Mrs. Claude Irwin of Agate is recovering from surgery at Mason General Hospital. All her friends wish her a speedy recovery so she may soon be home with her family. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Whetham and family from Kent spent Sunday with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. John Whetham of Agate. Diann Johnson of Star Rt. 1, is in Tacoma General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Whetham are enjoying a visit from their niece and nephew, Patricia and Jack Oscli from Alberta, Canada. This is their first trip to Washington State and since their exas ten days by auto to southern California to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and children of Humptulips spent the weekend with their folks the Archie Kelleys. Mrs, Smith and children will remain the rest of this week. The Pinochle Club met at the Grange Hall Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Armstrong host and hostess. Seven tables of cards were played. High score went to Mrs. Edward Townsend and William Barnes, Pinochle to Mrs. Jalmer Auseth and Elvin Hearing, Low score to Mrs. Les Bozarth and Roy Andersen. The next meeting will be May 22 with Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes ST. host and hostess. We ha~,e received word of the sudden death of Edward Shannon of Tacoma. He was a former Matlock resident. Mrs. James Patterson of Seattle died also. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hunter of Lake Nahwatzel. Our condolences are offered to the families. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Barker. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry visited Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes ST. Saturday. They also visited Carl Portman. Mrs. Lud Rossmaier was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Leo Pierce at Shelton on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer. Sunday the Rossmaiers spent in Tacoma with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Roland Geirth. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Boothe and baby of South Bend spent the weekend at the I. C. Ford home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenckmann, Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick attended Pomona Grange at Shelton Valley Grange Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford spent Wednesday at Pacific Beach, but didn't have much luck ' digging clam s. ~' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and baby of Grisdale spent Sunday with their folks the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr's. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and Susan spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Tupper of Aberdeen. Saturday visitors at the Archie Kelley home were Walter Chapell and children Dale, Carrie and David of Dayton. Mrs. Archie Kelley and Mrs. David Smith and children spent Saturday evening at the Larry Case home. Matlock Grange will hold its regular meeting this Friday night at 8 p.m. Robbin Cockburn of Tacoma is spending this week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cockburn. school two years ago, communications between the school faculty and Indian community were less than desirable. Much misunderstanding and lack of available funding in the small district contributed to the problems. Students leaving the school and entering Junior High in Shelton generally experienced difficulty academically and were not likely to complete high school. This still is a major problem. "An active JOM committee was formed last year, but was unable to obtain sufficient JOM funds and programs for any appreciable success. The current year found almost a complete turnover in school faculty. Difficulties arose at the start of the year with supplies arriving late and lack of continuity in the administration. At the present time the administration is functioning smoothly and planned JOM programs are being put into operation. "A detailed visit to the school was not accomplished due to time limitations. Generally the climate was good. "The teachers aides have won praise from school faculty, school board and tribal people for their efforts in working with the children. The Kindergarten program was operating smoothly and seemed to be a well-structured program. Local persons present were obviously proud of what has been accomplished this year. Communications between tribe, school and community have increased tremendously. While much more can be accomplished at Kamilche, the school board member stated this was the most parental involvement and community involvement he had ever seen in the school. There was no doubt on the part of any of the persons present that the JOM program was working effectively, contributing much to the education of Indian youngsters at Kamilche. "If no funds were available there is no question there would be a decline in the effectiveness of the school program at Kamilche. JOM is providing assistance for programs that would no} otherwise exist. The present high interest and involvement of parents and community in the school would not continue. It is likely the stimulation of interest in education for adults as well as children would decrease. Lessened attendance of adults at GED (16) part of Canada is still cold and bare they are enjoying the sunshine and the beautiful green scenery. Well folks, the carnival at the Pioneer school May 1 was a huge success, the work and efforts put forth by the students was outstanding and we all commend you for everything you did in helping to raise this much needed funds. A big thank you to the faculty and parents as well as friends for their work and effort in getting the donations which made this carnival a success. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cottet and daughter Bobbi Jo of Tacoma spent the week end with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brandt of Phillips Lake. Mrs. James Kolowinski of Phillips Lake spent the past two weeks visiting relatives and friends in Lodi, Calif. 233 N. 1st PONTIAc OUR USED CAR INVENTORY IS TOO LARGE!! NO ROOM FOR OUR NEW CAR TRADE INS! WE M 1968 BUICK SPORTWAGON 3so vs, Turbo, P/S, Tilt-wheel, Others 1968 CHEV II 4-Dr. Seda., 6 Cyl., a-Speed, Like New ........... $1595 1966 DATSON CONVERTIBLE Sharp Sports Car .......... $1195 FORD FALCON 500 2-Or. H.T., V/8 Stick, Only ........ $795 OLDS 98 t..s., Fu, Power, Only ..................... $1595 JAVALIN 360 v/a, 4-speed, like new ................ $2795 REBEL v/a, .speed ............................... $1795 1965 1966 1970 1968 1967 CHEV 3/4 2a3, 4-Speed, Cst., others ................. $2096 1968 CHEV 1/2 4-Wheel drive, 6-Cyl., 3-Speed .............. $2295 1969 FORD 1/2 T, 4-Wheel Orive. 360,V/8, 4-Speed, Plus More .. $3195 BURL NYE 426-2264 Plus a full line of Buicks, Pontiacs, American Motorscars and GMC Trucks. CALL OR SEE .... DARREL ANDREWS 426-8252 funds at Kamilche would be a serious blow to the community with the students receiving the full impact. They would suffer from the lack of teacher aides, materials and transportation. Parental involvement which plays a most important role in the success of education of youngsters would most certainly revert back to the previous condition. "However if more JOM funds were available more teacher aides could be employed and better facilities, transportation, materials and supplies would be available for the Indian students. Greater parental su'pport as well as community involvement would result. Commenting on the report, principal Johann Mak states, "If the community will get involved and cooperate even more than it did this year, I am convinced, that we: Mrs. Haley, Miss Anderson, Mrs. Hopp, Mrs. Krise, Mrs. Ivans, and I can do an even better job for the benefit of our students. not be a place, where the faculty decide how to behave, thou shalt not.., etc., where we decide to make out of individuals copies of ourselves, but a place, where they (while growing up) are educated by human-beings to become personalities, with a self-image and an ability to educate themselves. "The school~ being a place where many children are, should be a place where many parents come, to assist with the education of their own children. LOWREY & PIANOS RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 1 q A NOW OPEN! Welcome 13-19 at 120 Cota Age 11 and 12 welcome when guest of teen. Age 10 and under welcome when accompanied by parent or guardian. 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THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMP IA SHELTON---LACEY OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch Branch FI/tb Jr C, ellttei Wet 41all Merket Squefe Ill| Rallmed Arose Thursday, May 6, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15