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raveJer ong ong is we will With Hong Kong as its luncheon at the Grand Hotel, was here last. It is terribly dirty, go into their home with its five masterpiece 'Golden Top' .,~ ~ postmark, the latest letter from where Chang Kai Chek does hisand the prices are astronomical, dogs, six cats, a cockatoo, and (O m i-S h a n ) p a in t e d in globe-circling Peggy Kneeland entertaining. The afternoon was My ,acquaintances here admit seven parakeets. Such bedlam commemoration of the maiden reached Mason County friends spent in jade and porcelain theyre cutting their own throats when the master comes home. voyage oftheCarnaval, ltis8x20 OF YOUR i last week, dated April 24. Herfactories and the wonderous War for Singapore has become the She is French-Portuguese, he is feet and valued at $150,000 ship, the Orient Overseas Memorial, a huge edifice with a pearl of the Orient along with the Brit!sh. (American). At sea it is always ~/~~~L~(t///~[. ~ HCME FO 22,000-ton freighter Oriental plaque written by Pres. Chiarrg. risein popularity of Taiwan. But Tm watching the sunset now covered by a gold shade which is~!~~~t ~ I~I i Carnaval, departed the famed "The beauty of Taiwan is it still holds a charm, nevertheless, and can see our ship riding atremoved in port. The big lounge "crossroads of the far east ' for quite indescribable.., forests of Today as I look out over the anchor on the No. 4 buoy. She is has an enormous pearl chandelier ~~/ ~~ ~L~ Kobe, Japan, April 30. bamboo, pine, and hardwoods.., harbor their are 63 ships at listed as a freighter or and several recessed display cases I Mrs. Kneeland, a resident of 2,000 year old forests, mountain anchor on buoys, hundreds of cargo-passenger liner. Would you of priceless artifacts, plus a lovely ~ - I I~I ,i). Union, wrote: ' We arrived in peaks of which 60 are over 9,500 junks, and the constant ferriesbelieve, among other artifacts in bronze bas-relief behind the grand Formosa April 9. 1 went directly i'eet, lovely fern forests and, plying their ways from the the beautifully-appointed library piano. to the lovely new Mandarin Hotel, statistics say, over 4,000 species mainland to various islands. The is an original Picasso presented to "This on a freighter!!!!" where 1 met a Chinese friend and of wild orchids, sunsets over Lantao Island are the owner of the line? Also, at the was able to dine with him both "The second day we flew tomagnificent, head of the grand staircase ~~ LABOR 81tJ e v e n i n g s i n n o n- t o u r i s t Hualien on the east coast and 'I went to the garden party at between the two entrances to the surroundings, thereby having the drove up to Taroko Gorge 20 Government House on the main lounge, is Pro f. _.~ ~~ qlf/ For the average 3-bedroom h~ true Taiwanese cuisine, an miles northwest. This is one of Queen's birthday with an Chang-Da-Chien's huge entirely different gastronomical the most spectacular scenic American friend living here. What You prepare and do trim. experience from our American wonders of the Orient... a formal affair. They served a concept of Chinese food. suspension bridges under craggy drink called Mimosa, made like a On Honor Roll Free Estimates and Acrvia "Saturday was a full day of cliffs soaring to the sky with the screwdriver using champaignorange Taipei and its environs.., therapids far below, all this hewn out instead of gin, with pure Jean Marie Deffinbaugh, GENE HNSTON National Museum with its of pure marble, 90-some tunnels, juice.., very delicate and very daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron i 300,000 priceless art treasures and all along lovely shrines and nice. L. Deffinbaugh, Rt. 2, Box 180 formerly from the Peiping Palace pagodas dedicated to those who "1 seldom have ventured out at Shelton, Wash. 98584, has won DRY WALL PAINTING -- EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR academic honors at Seattle Pacific LICENSED AND BONDED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Museum. They show only 4,000 lost their lives in the building of night, and then only with Chinese College for superior scholarship treasures at a time, the others are this section of the east-westor European friends who live during the winter quarter. deep in tunnels behind the highway, here. It is not a safe city for museum in Wai-Shuang-Hsi. It is a "On the way back to the anyone of any sex or color. Jean is a Freshman at the head-swimming experience to airport we visited an aborigine Tomorrow I've been invited togo College. spend a morning in such lavish village and viewed the lovelyto the New Territories and view and historical surroundings, dances by native artists. I hated to "Then we went up to leave Taiwan and shall be glad to Yangmlngshan Park in the return when we leave Hong Kong. foothills of Mt. Tatun.It is ' ' H o n g K o n g i s a famous for its cherry blossoms disappointment this time. It's and azaleas. We had a 10-course been nearly three years since I the border into Red China, visit the beaches and dine in the new floating restaurant in Sha Tin. These friends I met on my first visit and they've been very kind to me each trip since. It's a joy to Shetton High School By SIGRID CRABTREE Because the original ASB Elections were voided new elections were held this week. The primary elections were held Tuesday and general elections will be held today. Added to the list of candidates was Tracy Armstrong running for the office of vice-president. The other candidates for vice-president are Rich James and Jim Kneeland. Candidates for the office of treasurer are Wendy Webb, John Waring, Jim Johnsen, and Tom Brigham. Candidates for the office of secretary include Peggy Smith, Diane Bourgault, and Nancy Maranville. Running for the office of president are Kathy Pill, Mike the candidates used this as a basis of their campaign speeches. Senior Party The Senior Party will be held June 9 at the Evergreen Inn after the graduation ceremonies. The cost for the party is $10 per person and the first payment should have been made by April 30, which was last Friday. The next payment, if the student only paid half the cost, can be paid anytime. Superband, a grqup from Seattle, will be entertaining and there will be games, and food. The first bus will leave at 1:30 a.m. and a second at the end of the party. Winner Marcia Tomas won first place in the Keep Washington Green Connolty, Jim Rogerson, Mike P0ster contest. Marcia, a Shelton ll~sactd gichWalk~r,~ School senior, won fir~ One ot the maj~~ce in the high school division.~ ,~ , ~ . ~es of~l~e~)~t-72 ASB ~. -n~3"~J~bby Shawver, semor, wol~. is Student Involvement. Many of " second place. UW Team Making Indian Job Study A team of Washington State University sociologists is examining factors contributing to the extreme unemployment and underemployment problem of Indians in rural communities. Professors Howard M. Bahr and Bruce A. Chadwick have started the study in the Pendleton, Ore., area adjacent to the Umatilla Indian Reservation under the supervision of Mrs. Lorna Butler, research associate at WSU, project director. According to the WSU sociologists, American Indians are the most disadvantaged minority group in the nation. Unemployment approaches 80 Rer cent among Indians on many reservations, they say. B ahr and Chadwick say a major factor leading to unemployment is that even when Indians migrate to the cities they lack the skills necessary to hold most positions in the urban occupational structure. This problem is compounded, the researchers say, because the values and attitudes of Indians just off reservations are inappropriate for finding and holding jobs in a predominantly white community. The current study will examine the problem of Indian unemployment from two points of view, Bahr said. Members of the Indian community, on the reservation and within the city of Pendleton, and residents and employees in Pendleton will be included. Data gathered from the Indian community will relate to education, training or job skills and knowledge and skills required to seek employment, Chadwick said. Attitudes needed for finding and holding employment along with awarenes's of available Registration Registration for the 71-72 school year will begin soon. Flower Festival The Latin Club Flower Festival will be held May 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. Some of the activities include: net wrestling, games, fortune telling, a puppet show, portraits will be drawn and there will be a buffet. There is no admissions charge but donations for food cost would be appreciated. All students, parents, faculty, and other friends of the school are invited to attend. The Flower Festival is an annual event sponsored by the Latin Club. Field Trip The i:Shelton High School Journalism class will be talcing a tour of the Tacoma News Tribune office today. The students will be seeing the processes gone through to publish a newspaper. Drama The Drama Department will be taking "Peanuts" to Pullman this weekend to compete in the State competition. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 employment and required training Standard Oil Company and experience also will be of California studied. 4lml~ ,gIBD ,lUlP. ,q~P ,qmlp ,~D, .elmlb ~ ,lUDp ,,gmlp .MImlD ,11m~ ,~mD ,qlmb ,limp ,~mD ,imm" You Should Know... 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