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By SIGRID CRABTREE Registration for school will be held May 25 after lunch. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors must have their schedules approved by one of the counselors before they can receive a permanent registration card. To register for publications, Spanish, Drill team, and journalism the students should report to the Angle office. Spanish will be offered for the first time next year if students show enough interest in the subject. Next year's seniors interested in taking senior English can choose from about eighteen six week courses taking three courses per semester to receive one credit. The courses include: title of leadership. Wendy is a member of the Forest Festival Court, a senator from her civics class and a very busy person. She plans to attend Evergreen College next year and is presently employed at Chris's Ice Cream Shop. Elections for the May Girl of the month was held this week, under the title of service. German Club The German Club picnic will be held May 27 at Mrs. Rogers house on Arcadia after school. Preparations are being made for food, activities, games and transportation. Elections for next year's officers will be held at the next German Club meeting. ]une I. A bike rack bill was submitted to the Senate, that the Shelton High School Senate appropriate funds for bike racks to be installed at the Reed and Angle buildings. No School There will be no school on May 31 as it is Memorial Day. School will resume June 1. The Awards Assembly will be held )une I in the Shelton Gymnasium. Peanuts Peanuts will be presented as part of Forest Festival activities Thursday night in the Reed Auditorium for free. Peanuts just returned from state competition in Pullman with four out of five awards presented. The seniors will get out of school June 4. The following ~ednesda they graduate irom high school. That night the senior party will be held at the Evergreen Inn. Students must arrive at the Inn an hour after the graduation ceremonies end. No one will be admitted after this time and anyone le~iving will not be readmitted. The Superband from Seattle will be providing the music. MEN'S WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S lay C ~I~MV~I~ ~ Kq[1E~ HARSTINE - Xhe Children's Orthopedic Drive is coming to a close shortly. So, please, if you laid aside your Penny envelope to take care of later do it now, before the Drive closes. They may be turned in either at the Marina on the Island or at Gibler's Cove on Spencer Lake. In spite of the stormy, rainy, blustery day last Thursday the Party at the Hall was termed a great success with a good crowd from both the Island and Pickering for the Annual get-to-gether of the two Women's Clubs. The Island's bowlers have been busy winding up the various season with the Grand Finale's - The Bowling Banquets. was on the sick list the day her They hail item the Goodmin's ~liXXiamsbotXxoi~eat~e. league had it's banquet. But both she and George attended the Banquet his league held at Lake Limerick a week ago last Saturday evening. There was a bit of excitement Monday when Dot Smith's electric furnace caught fire. It was extinguished before too much damage was done, however, not before the whole house was well permeated with the horrible smell that goes with a fire involving home state of Wisconsin and journeyed through Canada enroute here. On Mother's Day the Goodwin's daughter, Barbara German and her family had them all in at their Shelton home for dinner. This past Sunday Esther Goetsch and her daughter, Justine Gregory and two children dropped in at the Simmons home for a visit. Then later Mr. and Mrs. John Millam, both teachers in John and Pat Dut,Aap took part in an Arts and Craft's Show held in Poulsbo this past weekend which was part of the Annual Viking Days Festival. Three gals from the Spencer Cove area attended a baby shower in honor of Janice Wells last Friday. Jan is the daughter of Ken and Myrtle Rose familiar to many Islanders since they have quite a bit of land on the Island leased for brush picking. The party was ~rTtxet[ sh~ to~gh~X t~e ~oit i~x ttrt~ ~erked her hand back as she squeeled, 'What's in there1.?!' Bet they'll be more careful of their guest list next time! Meanwhile Glenn and Rusty represented the family at the pot luck supper the Community Club scheduled just a bit after dinner. Glenn took over the job as the new president for the first time this month. Sure hope no one got blown off the Island this past weekend electrical wiring and rubber insulation. At last report relatives and neighbors had taken electric heaters down till the situation was remedied by the furnace man that was supposed to be enroute to the scene of the Olympia, dropped in for a chat since it had been quite some time since they had seen each other. And after everyone had left Gret and her sister, Em Babcock of Picketing called at the Lawrence Martin home on Pickering. held at the home of the Roses in that wild wind storm that next door neighbors near Arcadia prevailed all weekend. Much to Point. most everyone's frustration The three (guess who) Monday {homing dawned clear included Lila Peugh, Lisa Yates and gorgeous! and myself. One~ of the gifts from the Yates was about six or eight COLLECTING MORE taxes rhetorics, social comedy, satire, Senate Ruth and Lloyd Goodwin mishap. Gret was a guest at the home inches long, soft, had whiskers than is absolutely necessary is Shakespeare, composition, who bowl for the 309 er's joinedA little bird reported that Ed of Anita Hall in Shelton last week and four tiny paws and black. Jan legalized robbery. tragedy, poetry, romantic poetry,T h e S e n a t e w ill b e the rest of the members of their WaRe had for the second time this at a luncheon held in honor ofopened the box and started to put Calvin Coolidge modern novel, epic, literary hero, appropriating an ASB scholarship research paper, grammer, modern of $500 to a graduating senior. A League for a dinner out at Lake year received the President's Limerick. That was held lastcitation where he is attending ~i~I [] ~1~ []mil~II committee of five underclassmen Friday evening, c o 11 e g e i n B r e m e r t o n i p o e t r y, I i n g u i s t i c s a n dwill select the person to receive philosophy. Dorothy Barnett and Glenn Congratulations, Ed, keep up the Six units will equal one year the scholarship. OLSE~I~ I Yates were the only members of good work. of Senior English. The committee includes Jim either the team or their Grange to Lloyd and Ruth Goodwin ~ i~,l]~._ Kneeland, Sheryl Stroud, Elaine put in, an appearance for theenjoyed having his sister and her ~ Girl of the Month Pappas, Jerry Smith and Rich Grange s Bowling Banquet hosted husbandtheGroverBrandonburgs FESIIVI L SPECIAL Wendy Erhart was elected Girl James. by the Matlock Grange last arrive rather unexpectedly for of the Month for April under the The Senate Picnic willbeheld Saturday evening. Glenn about a week's visit. Ruth and gracious, ly turned over the Lloyd beinggone duringtheday , ! president s department to newly the visitors took advantage of the Film Showinl i Slated VALUES FROM $3.99 elected LyleAuseth. time to enjoy several brief 0cker c dl J By U Gi elfair TO $12.99 Matlock onstruct,on. reversible Scotchguarded@ seat CA1 ,I I and back cushion, foam padded. Choose from =IIrl II ! by JANET A. FISK and the tides. This fifteen minute prints of beige blue-green or red. ~ i The National Geographic color production follows the Piano l- I~IIDUI~]Is r-ke NOW IN Society's release, "Miss Goodall day-by-day development of the "'T~ Fa,, Shoe S~re'" iv Regularly $79.95 ~ i i and ofthe Wild Chimpanzees," is gruniOnpowerfulegg microscope;aS seen through a la it, ............ one two films on nature that uses Our Shoe Club Now Totals Over 2,800. Part Ill Rec d Night Wednesday May 26 from actual heartbeats, the circulation 107 S. 4th Shelton by DORA ,EARING Sr. host and hostess. [7~ ~',.. ~.~ ;~ .... 7:30 - 9 pan.in the Multipurpose of the blood, and themovements MATLOCK - Piano pupils of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers of ~ ~ ti~ Room of the New Belfair of the embryo. Mrs. Herbert Helin presented in Shelton spent Wednesday evening ~;~.~ ~~~~ ~l~ Elementary School. Alexander (?alder is a sculptor i~ ~mmmm~ recital in Elma May 16 at thewith Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. .... ' '! ~' i' The second Nature film is well.known for some very large 1 " FeETII Christian Church were Teresa Mr'andMrs'FayHpkinsf 'a'=l~;i .... "~ i t Ii'' i i "'Fish, Moon, and Tides - theout-door sculptures and for his Graham, Beth Brehmeyer, ColeenTacoma and Mrs. Thomas Rowe ' ' ~' i Grunion Story." An art film, mobiles. In this fihn, the viewer Graham, Lorie Trimble, Diana and Harold Hopkins of Shelton "'Alexander Calder: From the watches as Mr. Calder creates an I~ ~ Cook, Margurette Howard, Ira were Friday dinner guests of Mr. Circus to the Moon," and a animal-circus mobile. In color, the - Brehmeyer, Lance Trimble, and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. modern fairy tale, "A Chairy film runsfifteen minutes. ~ Teresa Dudics, Paula Reeve and Thursday evening Mr. and Tale," round out the program. "A Chatty Tale." a lhiry tale in Lynette Tetreau. Mrs. Dick Hopkins were dinner ~ 2 ~' "Miss Goodall and the Wild the modern manner and told Members of Matlock Grange guests at the R. E. Bradberry ' Chimpanzees" discribes thewithout words, features a youth \\ J /\ .lll CHOICE attending Friendship night at home. ~' N% N ~? ~- . ~ experiences of a 26-year-old and a common kitchen chair. I I Skokomish Grange were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker " '~ I English girl in the jungles of East When the young man tries to sit Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with their ~-~.,;;~ : !~' ~, Africa, where she observed and on the chair, the chair declines to /["'~~ Conda Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert flks the O" w' walker's f . ,~ ~ ~'~ , lived with chimpanzees. The 28 be sat upon. A struggle ensues, BOY'S T-SHIRTS & BRIEFS Trenckmann, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Auburn. ! MEN'S Mr. and Mrs. End Rossmaier ~UItTED SOFA pIIIOWS i -- minute color film discusses the minutesfirst for mastery, then for ~.__ ~ ~ ~ Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.Mrs. Archie Kelleyspent -_ ~ ~,~~~.Jl~l~l~ II theory that the complete understanding. Released by the Hearing. .......... 21196 understanding of chimpanzees National Film Board of Canada, SUPPORT Matlock Grange will hold its and Mrs. Carl Goodburn of c~*?r ~' -." I ~~ ,,'HI lead man to better this hilarious film runs ten ~ "xi D FSSHOSF regular meeting this Friday night Shelton. ?~2~.~7,2 .... ~,I understanding of himself. ....... R beginning with Pot Luck Supper ~ ~~ ii spawning process of the grunion, substitution for "Palle Alone in 'S at the Grange Hall Saturday night Kenneth ltoward home. ~'.*:g:*=;:%~'" ~a~didi : ~ ~ :~ ~I the fish that spawns on land. The the World" which has been with Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley ........ ,~ ~.~- ~. ~" .... ' ..... ~ ............ film makers have used animated withdrawn fromthepacket. Films t IL ~/3~'- BOXER ~ ~' ANKLE spent Saturday evening at the ,='%=',~,'o~L'~.~f .......~.~ ~,~,,;,J~, ~ i~ 'I .... . ~~~ ._.-~ ~~ ~I, I~I , II . William Barnes St. home.and Miss Clare Englesen of ~ ! ~ ~'l] drawings to explain that the displayed are from a Washington ::;;;" _ SHORTS Dr. and Mrs. Harry Deegan spawning is related to the moon Library Film Circuit in which the C Colle,.,e Timberland Regional Library has .,.,., ~ .0:.,~-,, ~ ., four memberships. Films used TellsPlans Shelton were recent visitors of .___ i Mr. and Mrs. I. c. Ford. ~-" ~- :~;'~!:~ : ':*~ ' i, (~ ..... ~#! I here come from the packet CHILDREN'S All/ l lm "" |! ~~l .... ~i~,.~..~.:" :)~S