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:! sg Wins Two  , , " ' , ................... INENE S. REED .SCHOOL SEWS Grapeview 4-H Group Hosts Area Party Last Week ' __ .....  tala sonwa r of Teann, a     ." " , GRAPEVIEW --- The 4-H Bal-- the famous Obme rock g',rderz- being readied for warmer clays(?) ':! lib Ford. ' - , " nacles hosted a commumty party The cold gray weather was a ahead. Th Mlddletons, tl g :  a a , by r a. Girl s Club Mother s Rcceptmn Is Tomght, " " "  wi  ils i iiiliiiliii ' .b0a, at the Sheltol!L. won Gier%Cbte)nh;'RteceptsiTreISETlnght;New Student Body Officers Are Elected iiiiiat the Grapeview School last Sa- disappointment to the travellers, i!i'oi!Debbie and Ann, drove out from . .aey is not ifecit" 0" required to buy i[ FiI the soul. W$ O"y 35 Lbs. ITy av Thoreau wearer s  .  II:IY FACILITIE s 10ad Washer washers MARY TOBLEFi, LEFT, and PAULA HARMAN, right, will serve as chairmen of the nnual mothers' reception. By Molly Murdey FOR THE OFFICE OF vice- Tonight girls and their moth- president, Bob Walker, Denny era will attend the annual moth-Bailey, Tom Lowe, Joe Snyder era' reception sponsored by the and Jim Anderson werenominated. Girls' Club. The tea will be held Paul Graffe, Tim Carte, Melody in the social hall at 7:30 p.m. for Morgan, Reta Carte, Pam Mc- sophomores and their mothers Comb, Ginna Correa, Liz Somers and at 8 p,m. juniors and seniors, and Pat Steinberg were nominated Mary Tablet will serve as .general for the position of secretary-tress- chairman with Paeula Harman as urer. her assistant. Each of the nominees then gave Toby Villines, Larry Powell and a brief speech and the students Ginna Correa are the new student voted for the candidates they body officers for next year. wished to represent their party. As is the custom, the students The results were: President, Toby were divided into two political Villines; vice-president, Jim An- parties, the Blue and the White derson, and secretary-treasurer,  Atte"dant n Duty ,i  ".. o o p.m. Shallon , h , Parties. Last Wednesday the mere- Ginna Correa. ,=00in....n.erated bers of the Blue Party gathered in The same procedure was fol- i- the auditorium o select candidates lowed in the gym by the White i [4 and draw up a platform while Party. Here Phil Cramer called dry & Dry  the White Party held their nomi- the convention to order and Sam | (leaaers nating convention in the gym. Valley was selected to preside as :i(Ac] Jim Or*" opened the Blue Party party chairman. fi:o City I-Iall) )i meeting, and was then. elected Ran Orr, Ran Abo, Fayanne  party hairman.. Nominated for Sargent and Denny Wagner were kano  ASB president were Joe Snyder, nominated for president. For the  Toby Villines, Bob Walker, Bob office of vice-president Larry f f 00q00fOu're' Living" " Modern... "hi Nol SLEEP Mo-dern Too? .  lp I .... too little for today's six- tter o-u-t!  ",7. I- |Xtrcl Long: footers. Healthful rest re- 6 i.Che s lon e quires the new, longer, mo- ii! Staa g r thau Mo. dard (fll 80"), dern bedding. :':l room to sg e YOur toesl Uee. Size YOU can afford to x [tuRWd, extra long" - ......... Now .. D" by 80% '--' YOurk yu can bend WiWl The Savings -ees and elbowsl ing Size: on BIG beds ihqPPg 6 feet Th ' Y 7 feet Ion -.e raa , always ress you ve oamed -- AT THE -- ,e,. Furniture Dept. -- 2nd Floor SUbsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. the Lumbermen's Mercantile Powell, Joe Ramsfield, Steve Ar- cher and Don Clary were nomin- ated. Kelly Fredson, Ann Brigham, Pare Tuson, Charlene Kelsey and Kathy Youngland were nominated for aecretarytreasurer. FOIl, IlOH ON HOTHER'S DAY everything INSIDE! enjoying cupcakes, coffee and punch. Lucky prize winners were Bucky Query, Georgia Clayton, Debbie Milner. Orin Buckingham, Pat Cook, Kim Nicklaus, Suzanne Hill. Clem Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hardie. Out o1: town guests in the winning circle were Del Abe- lein and Mrs. Ruby Crane. The enterprising young 4-H members, with the help of Leaders Mrs. Ju- hie Hicks, Mrs. Art Niclaus and Mrs. Jerry Hill ,were able to add more than $60 to their treasury which they plan to put to good use on the leaky roof of their cabin at i-H camp and possibly to aid in paying for a chaperone at camp this summer. The club is grateful to game-callers who offered their time and talents; Bill Staudt and George Lewis; also friends who generously donated prizes were Mrs. George Lewis. Julie Stock and the Missis Susan Hill and Bonnie Benson. In charge of the coffee was Mrs. Bill Staudt. We think these youngsters and their leaders deserve a great deal of credit for the fine work they're doing. Grapeview IV[others' Club met at the school last Wednesday for their last meeting of the year. Six mothers were present. It was de- cided that the club's contribution to the Forest Festival this year would be to finance our school float. Plans for the school picnic were started also. OH YES, -- Mrs. Olson announ- ced that her very handy covered plastic bowl, which she kept in her store room has been missing for several weeks and she is afraid someone has taken it home by mistake, possibly after a gather- ing where food has been served. This bowl was a gift to Mrs. O1- soft from the Mothers' Club and is sorely missed. With less than three weeks 'til the big parade, our Forest Festival Float committee is getting things rolling again. A meeting was cal- led for last Monday evening at the school and Louise Okonek was ap- pointed chairman. With a Lent- t tive theme agreed upon, work should begin soon. Attending the meeting were Shirley Engen, Lonise Okonek, Don Pogreba, Irvin Voting was then held and Ran Rowe, Bill Spooncr and Howard Abo, Larry Powell and Charlene[somers" Kelsey were chosen to represent [ The Burr Benson family took last the White Party. weekend off, "getting away from Later in the day, while theit all" by, first driving to Seattle candidates representing the Blue Friday evening to join newlyweds and White Parties were busy pre- Dan and Linda Williams and then paring speeches, painting posters I taking them along with them east and choosing campaign managers, across the mountains to the We- n group of dissatisfied students natchee Valley. Their host and formed the Independent Party. hostess at Quincy were Dan's folks THE MEMBERS of the Inde- Mr. and Mr Frank Williams. pendent Party selected Ran Orr Here, they helped Mr. Williams co- as their candidate for president lebrate his hirthday tbured..the and gave their support to Larry blo0rni,ng: apple: orchards and Powell for vice-president and thrilled to the spectacular color of Ginna Correa for secretary-treas- urer. candidates were then heard. Cam- Thursdays morning an all-paa-ty paign managers were Jim Orr for assembly was held in the gym for Toby Villines, Denny Bailey for the purpose of hearing speeches. Jim Anderson, and Leanne Arm- Each candidate and his cam- strong for Ginna CptTea. paign manager presented a brief Included in the platforms of the talk. Speaking for the White Party Blue and White Parties were: A were Ran Abo and his campaigns clock for the auditorium, a score- manager Tom Wingard and Char- board for the other end of the gym, lone Kelsey ,assisted by her man- bands for all school dances, a agar, Jane Grisdale. Dan Ha,wey formal dance for sophomores and gave a speech for Larry Powell, support of a tut field. the candidate for vice-president. Larry was in a hospital in Oregon Phil Cramer then stated the and was not yet even aware of his aims of the Independent Party and nomination, introduced Jim Doerty, who em- the purpose and import- Speeches by the Blue Party's anee of student elections and also .. carries like luggage ... stores like luggage ... but cleans \\; like only a HOOVER can clean! :i Everything fits inside, Including new Tufflex flexible hose already connected and ready to go. 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 needs. expressed the Independent Party's disapproval of such election prac- tices as egg-throwing. Joe Waters explained that the Independent Party WOuld make no promises to the students, but that they would work to establish an improved stu- dent-faculty relationship. Joe then introduced his party's candi- date for president, Ran Orr. Elections were held that after- noon. A revote for the presidency was neeessa,Tf, as on Orr aJd Toby Villines were very close. Toby, Lm'ry and Ginna will re- place this year's officers, which were Dan Harvey, president; Toby Villines, vice-president; and Le- anne Armstrong, secretary-treas- urer. LAST MONDAY AND Tuesday the sophmore class presented theh" la - P Y, My Three An els" by Sam anQ Sells Speweck. ne perform- ance for juniors and seniors and another in the evening for were given Tuesday. "My Three Angels" took place in a prison community in French Guiana on Christmas Eve of the year 1910. The Dueotel family's great financial problems were solved by Adolphe and three con- victs who descended from the roof. The cast consisted of: Felix Ducotel, Gary Hughes; Emi]ie Ducotel, jR eta Carte; Marie Louise Ducotel, ill Jeffery; Madame Pa- role, Susie Ogden; Henri, Ralph Robinson: Paul, Foster Orr; and the Lieutenant, David Miltenberg- or. The three angels, Joseph, 5ulie and Alfred, were portrayed by Bill Surratt, Jack Bryant and Terry Caypenter. Sue Hardine, Ed La- tham and Sally Hartman were in the alternate cast. COnvenientl Attractive!., The play was directed by Dean Tarrach, assisted by student di- built as only HOOVER can build them , rector, Terri Turner. Mickey ,wagoner was prompter; Lisa Gold- scn.mm was chairman of the prop- er2es.cmnl!ttee; and Sandi Lewis r phone number is 426-8215 o, ,uhlicity gg The public is invited to attend a Roman Fair sponsored by the of Sheiton A subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. formerly Lumbermen's Mercntile Latin Club which will be held in the social hall tomorrow night from 7:30 to 9 P.m. There Will be a mythology booth, a wrestling contest, in which the losers will be thrown to the lions, fortune telling, other entertain- ment, and fun and prizes for all. Fried chicken, deviled egKs and punch Will be served and there [will be no charge for admilion. A VERY THRILLED young la- dy, Miss Virginia Freeman. em- barked on an exciting adventure Monday afternoon, when she took off with Shelton Highschool Scien- ce teacher, Miss Rita Loudermilk, for Albuquerque, N. M., wa air- liner from Seattle-Tacoma Air- port. A winner in the Puget Sound Science Fair last mpnth, fifteen- year-old Virginia will exhibit her project and he judged again along with nearly 300 other participants at the New Mexico State Fair- grounds. Accompanying her on the trip, besides her teacher, were the Lacey winner and his teacher and, bidding her a fond farewell were mother, Mrs. Lea ]freeman and brothers, Leslie and Ray; also proud grandma, from Seattle, Mrs. Ray Grist. Science Fair officials on hand for the departure and news-picture taking were Dr. Jack Sprenger and Dr. Anderson. We certainly wish this deset-]ing youngster the best of luck in her newest undertaking. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Retzman's Sunday afteqoon guests coming from Seattle via Olympia drove all the way to Allyn before they rea- lized they had by-passed Retz- roans' road. k ew inquiries and a phone call got them back on the right track and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faull were able to enjoy a plea- sant afternoon with their host and hostess. Mr, Faull is a former business associate of Mr. Retz- man's. The culprits responsible for the delay in getting together are the vandals who had previous- ly destroyed the Retzmans' road sign along with several others in the area. We are happy to report that Walt Eckert is "on the go" again, 'avelling as o Kiwanis Club es- cort for the Forest Festival roy- alty. Last Wednesday he accom- panied the group to Raymond for a luncheon. Princess Lynn Stevens of Grupeview was also a guest. This Wednesday he was scheduled for another Kiwanis Interclub ac- tivity, this time in Hoquiam. It's good to hear that this lively neigh- bor of ours is back in action after being on the inactive list for some time. AT FAlR r HAIBOR Grange's meeting last week Mr. and Mrs. carl Izett were appointed alternate delegates to the State Grange Convention at Port Angeles, to be held June 10-14. A "turnabout" was announced also; the Grange men will host the ladies with a PoUuck supper Friday, May 24. Our community is gaining popu- larity once again with the city people, now that summer is in the offing (at least the calendar hints at that) and summer collages are and youngsters, left their homes in Tacoma to spend lust weekend in the country. JACK AND PAT MILNER and Debbie with Pat's folks, the Lee Pearsons. spent from last Friday until Sunday at the cute Milner cabin. Stretching his birthday to the limit last week was Don Somers who attained the interesting (?) age of 12 last Wednesday, May 1, after celebratimg the previous Sun- day with his grandparents. Thurs- day evening he celebrated again with cake, ice cream and friends and Saturday he treated five of his buddies to an Alfred Hitchcoek horror movie in Bremerton with cake and ice cream at home after- wards. That's almost like having your cake and eating it, too! Shar- ing in the fun were Joel Zehe, Art Nicklaus. Don Pogreba, Lea Okon- ek and Bucky Query. The Hall Shepards planned a buy week, beginning with the ar- rival of two of Dixie's 'friends on Wednesday. From Salem, Oregon came Mrs. James Oswald and from Morton, Washington came her sis- ter, Mrs. Harold Buren. The la- dies planned to visit until Friday. Grapeview students earning Hon- orable Mention in this year's For- est Festival Poster Contest were Don Pogreba. Alice Hicks and Don Somers whose entries were sub- mitted, respectively, to the Jr. High, Primary B and Intermediate divisions. The Fire Department has recent- ly purchased a chimney cleaner which it will loan out on request. 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