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May 20, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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LILLIE meeting was the school traditional school to Classify apartment 3ts, COok for Dept. 8242. '56 and coal 3, Box picnic, and the dance problems. It was agreed to vote on a special levy June 29. The school picnic is to be for a half a day instead of a whole day as in previous years. New rules were made to eliminate dance problems. Some of the rules made were: Any students leaving the dance early would have their parents called. This is to eliminate problems after leaving the dance. If a student leaves the dance he or she cannot come back in. Anyone caught smoking or bringing into the dance alcoholic beverages is banned from coming to anymore dances that school Hoodsport ~g summer 4-H lub stand at any man Meeting the door ;I Will sup wi,. Is Held rent, furnished. By MRS. RAY KRATCHA W5/20 SOUTHSIDE - May 15 the Fan. Four Leaves 4-H club met at the ring, home of leader Mrs. Helen Bakke. Call From now on members are suppose to bring their record for rent. Callbooks to every meeting. Darlene Nickols, Eva Godwin and Vick Bailey were absent. and For next week they are supposed to bring six cookies each. nks Members decided on a many community project, and they are and to make their own lunch for one inks for week. es given The next meeting is June 12. Leaders Mrs. Bakke and Mrs. Whitmarsh and Junior leader Kim Wheeler were present, reported room house for junior leader Kim Wheeler. ~-all 426-8115. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitmore, Steve, Jennie Sue and 9ver, for Stacy last Tuesday evening visited _In. Two Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr., of Z6-1226 Silverdale. Inson, at 234. 61 Olds I after 5:06 rdtop, Phone Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed 0 Wetmore and Ginger Olsoe is Mrs. Wetmore's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. AI Zabet of Bellingham. Friday Mrs. Carol Walter of Lake Limerick visited Mrs. Myrtle Kratcha and Jackie Cookson. Sunday John Kratcha and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie spent the afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha. year and their parents will be notified. May 8 MMK really did their stuff and came home from the Coastal "B" league track meet with first place and the trophy. Mary M. Knight was ahead by 59% points from a total of 119 points. Another track meet was held at South Bend May 13 in which 9 of the MMK track team went: MMK was first with 119 points, Quinault second with 59% points, Wishkah third with 431/2 points, Oakville fourth with 15 points and North River was last with four points. Of the track events Roger Jefferies placed first in the 120 yard high hurdles, Brian Clevenger fourth place, Tim Trimble sixth place. For the 100 yard dash: Norman Cook placed third, Roger Jefferies placed fourth. In the mile run Pat Sinclair placed first, Darl Goldy third, Randy Reeve sixth place. In the 880 relay MMK placed first. In the 440 yard dash Mike Sinclair placed first, Brian Clevenger second, and Bob Crabtree placed third. Roger Jefferies placed second in the 120 yard low hurdles, Brian Clevenger placed sixth. In the 880 yard run Mike Sinclair placed first, Brian Brehmeyer third, Darl Goldy fourth and John Hickson siv*h. In the 220 yard Ray Rothrock placed first, Norman Cook second. In the 2 mile run Pat Sinclair placed first, Darl Goldy second and John Hickson fifth. In the mile relay MMK also placed first. In the field events MMK also got a lot of firsts. In the long jump Richard Lillie placed first, Tim Trimble placed fourth. In High Jump Mike Sinclair placed first, Richard Lillie placed fourth, and Tim Trimble placed sixth. In the Shot Put Homer Floyd placed second, Mike Short fourth. In the discus Mike Sinclair placed second, Mike Short placed fifth and Homer Floyd placed sixth. In the Pole vault Richard Lillie tied for first place, and Ray Rothrock placed fourth. In the triple jump Ray Rothrock placed third and Tim Trimble placed fifth. Congratulations go to Susan Tupper for selling the most magazine subscriptions for the athletic fund. She won a large stuffed gorilla about two feet in height. From the points she earned she ordered a modern orange lamp. Becky Crabtree from her points ordered a radio. Other prizes were felt pens and small stuffed animals. Those winning prizes were Tammy West, Max Muller, and Lynn Welch. The third and fourth grades are writing thank you notes to the mothers who went on their field trip, by drawing pictures of Ford Nisqually. The third and fourth grades had several birthdays in their room. Those with birthdays recently were Korie Kennedy, Jeff Armstrong, Martin Crabtree, and Rossetta Bouback. The fifth and sixth grades are drawing pictures by writing spelling words. The Forest Festival Princesses along with Paul Bunyan and Smokey the Bear came to Mary M. Knight May 14 to visit with grades 1 through 6. Janice Springer was asking the little kids questions about how to put out a forest fire. Some of the Princesses asked them about what they would do with their litter when they are through with it. There were a lot of interesting answers and lot of surprised children when Smokey the Bear came and handed the children a "Keep Washington Green" sticker. ! You Should Know... CLINT WlLLOUR Life Insurance is a man's understudy. It takes over a man's job if he doesn't live to complete his objectives. It also takes care of him if he lives too long. I 717 Olympic Highway North NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Ph. 426-8139 ................................ __I ~ 41ram. 41~lb qlllDP 40, 41~lb ,II~m, 0 wllm~ qlam. ,almm, qlmm 4~IP "I~D' 0 ~ t I Judge To Attend School Session Judge Robert J. Doran of the Superior Court of Mason and Thurston Counties has been accepted for enrollment in an intensive four-week course in post graduate legal education conducted by the National College of State Trial Judges, an activity of the Section of Judicial Administration of the American Bar Association. The college, located at the University of Nevada in Reno, is dedicated not only to providing continuing education for judges regardless of their length of time on the bench, but also to bring modern court management techniques to trial courts nationwide. Judge Doran will be attending Session I from June 20 - July 16, and will study proceedings before trial, new developments in evidence, civil, family and criminal law as well as advanced concepts in court management and administration. THERE IS only one success - to be able to spend your life in your own way. Christopher Morley nng The Union Fire Hall will be the scene of the May 26 public meeting sponsored by the Hood Canal Mothers for the P. E. Levy. June 8 Hood Canal School will resubmit its levy to retain the present physical education program. The measure failed to get 60 per cent approval at the April 6 election. State P. E. specialist, Howard On Dean's List Mrs. Rene Perkins Accardo a senior at Wheaton college in Illinois has been-named to the dean's list for the winter quarter of the 1970-71 academic year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Perkins, Route 1, Montesano, and a graduate of Mary M. Knight School. THE TENDENCY to aggression is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in man ... it constitutes the most powerful obstacle to culture. Sigmund Freud When people need money for worthwhile things, we think we ought to help them get it at a reasonable price. Sometimes it cost us a bit extra to offer that kind of help. But when people call you First Bank, you ve got something to live up to. SEATTLE'tTRST NATIONAL eAN Union Schwab, who recently observed the P. E. program at Hood Canal, will come from Olympia to speak. Shaoen Goenen, Hood Canal P. E. teacher, will appear with some children to demonstrate facets of the current physical education program. The Mothers Committee has also invited Mason County Health Department physician, Dr. DeShea, to speak to the group. The meeting will convene at 7:30 p.m. Sarah Deno, Mothers Committee member and organizer of the Union meeting, says, "We're anxious for all curious and questioning, persons favoring and opposed to the levy to air their opinions and have questions answered at the May 26 meeting." I I _ I IIIII mm \ TO THE FOREST FESTIVAL INCLUDES: SPECIAL WHITE SAUCE, KETCHUP, PICKLE, LETTUCE 1st & Kneeland Shelton )i' (7 !i !( OREST 1/:2 mill ........ Ea. 1 mill ........... Ea. mill ........... Ea. 4 mill. all 9'x i2' Ea. CLEAR 100'x 4' ...........$2.98 100' x 6' ........... 100'x 10' ......... $ BLACK 50'x 10' ........... $3. 50'x 12' ........... 100' x 6' ........... 100' x 8' ........... ]O0'x 10' .......... |O0'x 12' .......... 100'x 20' ......... $14.97 4m O 1/2" CDX SHOP Sheet 3/8" 1/2" 5/8" 318" T1-11 ROUGH CUT Sheet 1 GALLON FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 4 GALLONS OF ANY COLOR.~/',~N, OMI, LIMITED TIME ONLY! ~mooome-oe O O O BUilders and Home Owners! Across that Ditch the easy way with Uminum ulvert D ID Thursday, May 20, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11