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May 9, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE 10 BUILDING PERMITS Building permits were approved Monday by the Mason County Commission to James Lietch, add to residence, $800; Bacon Main- tenance, footing and tank for service station; Nobel O. Myhre, wood cabin, $1,000; Hugh Mc- Sweyn, living room and car port, $5,500; Herbert Nelson, wood cab- i, $700; Eugene Ott, pumice block summer cabin. $2,500; Charles Hathaway, wood resi- dence, $12,900; W. P. Barger, en- Close porch, $350; Paradise Es- tates, wood residence, $1,250; Mel- vin Newman, dog kennel, $1,200; Robert Shelly, storage shed, $600. Use Journal Want Ads Flowers & Gifts for Mother's Day - at - Shelton Marine-- Hillcrest Hardware & Garden Center On Hiilcrest , i i SHELTONmMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chr{stmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington 'HARY H. KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS Bus Repair Costs Less Last Year, Supt. Reports; Teaching Assignments Announced r A transportation report sub- [ cial. coaches and science, shop and mitted by Supt. E. O. French to mathematics. the school board shows labor cost on repair of the four buses for the past nine months to be $588.35. This amount is considerably be- low the repair expense for previ- ous years which averaged between $3,000 and $4,000. The work is being done by Bromfield-Tidwell garage in Montesano. Due to a clerical error the names of Jane Chappell and Jan Starks did not appear in publication of the 8th grade honor roll for the last six week's grading period. It was just one of those things that happen from time to time and we are very sorry. TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS for next year have been announced by the school board as follows: E. O. French, superintendent; Octavia Killough, 1st and 2rid; Hilda Clift. 3rd and 4th; Berle Faubert. 5th and 6th; Elizabeth Bennett, 7th and 8th and home economics; Blanche Hummel, phonetic langu- age and librarian. Interviews are now being con- ducted for English and commer- S Savings made by May I O will earninlere00 frpm0000May I SAVE AND 00SEr00VE 00OURSELF P YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates IOth ', i Ma I EARN ;IVIDEND 4%% @ compounded four times annually Shelton Branch Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S,L,I.C, 9 A.M. w 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p,m. Fridays Home Office, Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential, Economical Superintendent E. O. French has announced that the commencement speaker for this year will be Ed- win Stemen, Superintendent of the Quilcene school district. Mr. Ste- men was a former superintendent of Mary M. Knight from 1956 to 1958. Commencement exercises are scheduled for Wednesday evening, May 29. The preliminary budget in the amount of $89,924 was approved at a public hearing May 2. The budget is lower than last year due to a decrease in state funds. Nurse Delores Skinner is con- tinuing her program of home visits and at the same time giving in- struction in practical nursing to students from St. Peter School of Nursing in Olympia. Last Thurs- day she was accompanied by Clare Riesterer, a recent high school graduate, who intends to make a career of nursing. The lower elementary grades are l adding co their knowledge and broadening their cultural horizons by taking some interesting field trips. The first and second grades of Mrs. Kathryn Vance and Mrs. Oc- tavia Killough observed May 1 with a bus ride to Tacoma and returned by Union Pacific train to Olympia, where they were met at the East Olympia station by Mr. DeFoer. In Tacoma they first visited the B and I Store in South Tacoma, where the children had the time of their lives with each given two free rides on the big merry-go- round in addition to rides on many  Music Teacher, Two Others Will Not Be Back The Union ! Next Year; First Baseball Game Is Held has been  day basis  County MuJic Teacher Resigns game. It will be at Mt. View months, will go' Dick Endicott. the county's mu- school, Tuesday. sic instructor, notified Supt. John i Pill that he is leaving the teach- ling field at the end of this year and will take employment as a district manager for the World Book Co. The reason for leav- ing is because of the much higher salary offered. SupL Pill said. Endicott for many years has been doing a terrific ob in the music depart- ment and will be a very difficult teacher to replace. Dick worked in our district 3/5 of the time and spent the other two days of the week at Matlock and the South- side School District." Just last week Mr. and Mrs. Jackson notified the district that they would not be back next year. The Jaeksons have accepted teaching assignments with an oil company m South America. The Hood Canal School now have the following vacancies to fill for next year: A primary teacher, which is an additional an 8th grade male teacher and coach and a teacher to handle the music program Sports Lower Skokomish boys and girls are having their first baseball S0u,,,,,e,a,,o,e,ro, r,,,e,, Sunday is Termed A Success other devices. After that they By Mrs. Ray Kratcha publicity and Veta Holtorf was saw a show in which the prin- SOUTHSIDE The annual May elected secretary & treasurer. Cor- cipal actors were two trained seals. Pole that was held Sunday at sages were presented to out going They were intrigued with the Southside was a success and a officers. Robert Wearne. Extension various animals and birds, large crowd turned out for the Horticulturist of Puyallup was the FOLLOWING A PICNIC lunch afternoon in spite of the cool and guest speaker. Isabella Club and in the bus they were driven to the claudy day. Kamilche Club were hostessess. Union Pacific station, where they Southside P.T.O. next regular The next County Homemakers boarded the train for Olympia. meeting will be held May 13. Council meeting will be held June Most of the little folks had never Bell Riders Saddle Club met at 7. before ridden on a train and they the Club house on Capitol Hill Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Castle Sun- day visited Mr. and Mrs. John were given the V. I. P. treatment day. The Saddle Club held a work Korzenowski of Cloquallum. and drew a lot of attention. They party Sunday and practiced. The made the best of their opportun- Club will have arother practice Friendship Club meets at the ity to purchase candy, popcorn, day this Sunday fMay 12 at the home of Martha Woods on May potato chips and other items. Posse grounds. Club members are 15, the last meeting of the chlb The trip home included a drive busy making new shirts for the was held at Marie Rains. through the Capitol grounds, club. The next club meeting will BUSY BELLS 4-H club meeting where they saw all the beautiful be held June 7 and the Hobert He- was called to order on May 2, and flowers and the cherry trees in dricks and John Oakes will be hos- decided to call a program for the bloom, tessess. Southside May Pole and decided :iiilil ::';:::!!i'i" to pass out the programs Sunday, i . " . i 1 " Mothers accompanying the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry also decided to buy a guest book. youngsters were Mrs. Eugene Newman Sunday were Esther Hus- Busy Bells decided to sell Forest French, Mrs. Herb Brehmeyer, Jr., of two sondelrive;swUrWent ton of Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Festival pins for the Forest Festi- Mrs. Roy Nason and Mrs. Andrew A. C. McIntyre of Tacoma. Stodden. pal, which will be held May 23-25. The third and fourth grades of THE COUNTYWIDE Homemak- The next meeting of the Busy Bells Mrs. Hilda Clift likewise visited ers Council meeting was held at will be May 16, reported Toni Cole. Tacoma the previous week, mak- Kamilehe May 30, attending from Dickey Holtorf who is in the ing the trip both ways by bus. the Southside Homemakers Club Navy caUed Mr. and Mrs. John They stopped in South Tacoma to were Evelyne Kriefels, Monna Hei- Holtorf Saturday from San Diego, visit the Circus Store, where they His, Ruth Chambers and Michael, Calif., Dickey passed his engine enjoyed "Funland', where there Marie Rodgers, Veta Holtorf and repairman excam and is due to were elephantS, h orges, rockets, Bobby and Shiey Stites and Pat- come home June 11. Dickey will airplanes, firetrucks, race cars and" ty:All the clubsin the county were attend the Sharp Shooters corn- motor bikes to ride on. Then represented and all the clubs gave petition, that is sailors coming each was given two rides on the Jane Windsor a baby shower. Mar- from all over the World and the two-horse merry-go-round. They tha Clark Was reelected president, new graduates will set up targets were greatly interested in the zoo Dorothy Harper of Belfair was and get pointers. section of the store, where they elected rice-president and also Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter saw Mynah and other birds, mon- Kratcha, Linda and Susan and keys, chipmunks, apes, cats, dogs, di A ci John Kratcha Wednesday evening rabbits, hamsters, white rats and In an rtifa s were Gordon Perrine, )an Cor- even a fish. Lunch was eaten in The Hood Canal seventh and eighth grade boys had a practice game with Kamilche, Friday, May 3. The score was 6-7 in Kamilche's favor. Even though we lost everyone had a swell time. The boys who made the runs were: Don Johnson. Bob Cleveland, Mike MeDowell, Bill Johnson. Gene Avey and Jim Franklin. We also had a track mee in Shelton, Friday. Dan r.::gan got a first and second, Dave Rose got three first places, and F, obert Miller got two first places. the park near the Washington State Historical Museum. The Museum was really a "House of Wonders" with wonderful authen- tic Indian artifacts pictures of many tribes, displays of Eskimo culture, replicas of pioneer homes and the first log school house. There were two real oxen (stuffed) names Dave and Dandy that had pulled a covered wagon across the plains in the early 1800's. There were also stuffed buffalos and almost any of the other species of wild life native to our big, beautiful State of Washington. Golleclion Is A! Seattle Firsi Bank An exhibit of .North .American Indian arrow heads and artifacts, part of a collection of Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Grove of Mercer Island, are on display at the local branch of the Seattle-First Na- tional Bank, it was announced to- day by manager (Lawrence A. Carlson. More than 500 specimens, in- cluding many exceptional and rare pieces, some of gem quality, are in the exhibit. They were found by the Groves during excursions into dld Indian campsites rang- ing from British Columbia to Mex- ico. The unusual and valuable col- lection will be on display in the bank's lobby all this month, Carl- son said. Foursquare Grhuroh Slaies Gonvenlion The winners in the Forest Fes- tival Poster Contest were: -Hood Canal Jr. High, Bob Graham, $2; Hoodsport School, Steve Williams, $1; Wanda Joers, $1; Lower Sko- komish School, Mark Grubb, $1; Jenny Jensen, $1; Danny Cleve- land, Jon Jackson and Joe Camp- bell $6. starting ,May 15. Hours will be p.m. every day e An attendant the dump during closure is being approach of FERRY l Ferry receipts for:- ing April 27 of $2: I ported by the a gineer's office. "' F=NG00L! To,O" 1 JUST I The. 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