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PAGE ]0 SI*IELTON--lV[ASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.q.A.", Shelton, Washington ... NEW... LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW • Lightest weight iV[agnalite Housing cuts mower weight. • Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. • Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. • Highest powered Super.powered for smoother mowilg. • Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. In Short.,. LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market! Priced from $69.95 SAEGEIt MOTOR SHOP On Hillcrest NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS Awards Presented At Program Last Thursday; Seniors To Have Commencement Tonight By Dennis Shelhv Thc school yea]' is fast coming to a close. The seniors completed their final tests last Friday when the whole school was dismissed at 1:30 p.m. Thursday of that week. sixth period was the time desig- nated for the letters and awards assembly. The awards that were presented follow: Mrs. O'Hara a representative of the Amerwan Legion Auxiliary, presented Lora Davis with a spe- cial girls' award. It was for one week's participation in the annual Girls' State at Ellensburg, Wash.. which is a camp attended by spec- ially chosen girls to study and be taught lessons in tile ways of govecn:,nent. Lora will attend from June ]0-17, Jerry Beringer presented the track letters to the Seniors--Don Spanim', Larry Hoem, Jim Paris, Gene Foster. LarDy Johnson: Jun- iors-Jerry Byerty; Sophomores .... Riehard Carlson. Allen Beck, Ned Cokelet, Dan Whitman; Freshmen --Jay Allen, Jim Hunt, Ron Man- willer. The team participated in only three meets this year be- sides the leagde meet. sub-dis- trict meet. and the district meet. Baseball coach Herman Nelson gave out his lette to Senior-- Joe Caskey, Tom C. Higgins, Dick McKinney, Don Shellgren, George Weisel. John Wilson; Juniors Rick Anderson. Larry Foster. Mil- ton Jenson, Ron Paschke; Sopho- motes---Len Caskey, George Dino- vi, Gary Miller, Wajme Watson, ten Whitman: "reshmen--Stan Dishon, Gilbert Fluery, Lee Uld- rickson; managers Jim Cotant and Al Everson. The team had won none in 13 outings, but at tle end of the year they defeated the tea- cher's team, 5-4. Don Korte then presented the tennis letters to Juniors-- Tom Mills, Tom McKay, Dennis Shelly, Ron Bickle, Nell Hoem and Soph- omore Mike Campbell. The team was none for six outings in their regular schedule. MISS MARY ANNE Gordon presented the girls tennis let- ters to Seniors---Marilyn Mills, Connie Harris, Nancy Mattus, Su- zy Wing; Juniors --- Elaine Cross- white; Sophomore--Patsy Bixen- mann; Freshman--Chris Bixen- mann; and Jeanne Gire. The team won five and lost three. Miss Gordon then awarded Girls' Athletic Association card to the following seventh and eighth graders Julie Allen, Ja- nice Harstad, Cindy Ward, Renee " GHIOKEN DINNER ....... 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Katy Wilbur, Diana Strickland. Valerie Weisel. Mary Wilbur. Four-year graduating certificates were given to: Marilyn Mills, Connie Harris, Suzy "Wing and Nancy MatUre Tile year's inspirational award was presented to Nancy Mattus. who in turn. present a special thank- you gift to janitor ten Rose for all his help with the girls' dances. Principal Floyd Robbins. then presented some statics awards. He called the crews the before and after crews, and they were: Mike Stevenson. Don Shellgren. Bob Bixenmanu. Art Kralicek, Rick Stallman. fike Hannigan, ,Jim Patrick, and Jim Griffey. They often times helped hand out inn- ches. or even pick up trash after- wards. ASB President Gene Foster then presented special certifieates of appreciation to all the rally squad members of the past year. He then introduced Laura Foster, eighth grade president, who had a special "surpriSe" award. It was for Mr. Robbins. who will be with us at the school no longer. The gift was presented with a stand- ing ovation, THE HONOR Society was next on the list. They presented their special Athletic scholarship awards to Gelds Foster and Dennis Shlty. Besides having their names plac- ed on a special wall plaque, they were given a desk-pen set with their name engraved on it. Mr. Merrill, dramatics instruc- tor, presented Melinda Merrill and Robert Spooner a special dramat- ics award for their excellent per- formances in the two recent school plays. The assembly still had two more categories to cover when it was dispersed because of the shortage of time. These categories were the commercial awards (typing, short- hand, etc.) and the reading of the senior will. The seniors will grad- sate tonight at 8 p.m. in the high' school gym. The sixth graders from the ele- mentary school in the district Belfair, Allyn, Grapeview. Tahu- ca--were visiting the school on that same day so that they will ot be complete strangers to the school when they jon the Junior high sehool next year. The 8-1 class was the winner of the recent junior-high play day. They made their easy victory with 132 points; 8-2 had 55. 7-1 had 6, and 7-2 had 18 points. Soulhside Homemakers Club Elects Officers For Coming Year By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSIDE-- Southside Home- makers Club met at the home of Jane Hendricks May 22 for the last meeting of this spring. Elec- tion of officers was held for the coming year. Those elected were: president, VetaHoltorf; vice pres- ident. Gladys Bain; secretary-trea- sarer. Monna Heinis, and report- er, Marie Rodgers. Marie Rodgers gave a report on alighLing pro- ject. The next meeting of the chtb will be held in September. Bell Riders Saddle club members have have been working hard to give the Posse grounds a face lifting for the show that was held Saturday. Dickie Holtorf. who is in the Navy and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Holtorf. graduated on May 18 from Boot Camp as Seaman Second Class. Dickie is expected home June 11. GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs. Rob- err Herrick and family last Sat- urday were Mr. and Mrs. Don Her- rick and children and lh. and Mrs. Charles Kindred and girls of Belfair. A family dinner was held for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck at Une Eagles Hall on last Saturday eve- ning with 50 guests attending. The hall was all decorated In an- niversary colors. lIr. and Mrs. Keith Byrd and family of the Rock Hound club spent last weekend by Yakima rock hunting. Visitors of Ir. and Mrs. Fred Stuck from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Will Coles of Kodiak, Alaska, Ir. and 3/h's, Vernon Stuck of the Navy of Lonffbeach, Calif., Mrs. Laveta Anderson of an Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. James McCord and family of Ta- coma, r. and Mrs. Charles Me- Cauley and family of Dayton, :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klein of Alder- wood Manor, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lemke of Rapid City, S. D.• Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuck and family .of Hoquiam, Mr. Loren Stuck of DoWney, Calif., :Ir. and :Mrs. A1 Attison, Hoquiam, :Mr. and Mrs. George Stuck of Harrisburg, Ore.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ruther- ford of Harrisburg, Ore.. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford of Milan, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and fam- ily of Roseburg, Ore.. and Mr. Robert Stuck of Harrisburg, Ore. MR. AND IRS. ROBERT Her- riek and family last Sunday vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herrick of Belfair. Southside Bachelors 4-H club met at their leader Mary Wetter's last Monday and worked on their projects. Mrs. Wetter served I•e - freshments, reported Brmn Lov- gren. Ray Kratcha received a smashed thumb while working and had to have 18 stitches taken on his thumb. Great trials seen] to be a neces- sary prenavation for great duties. --=Edward Thomson. Fire Levels Dick Tupper Home Laken00ahwatzel [waS! d guests !tt!ehcme of LAKE NAHWATZEL Fire Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper were leveled the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hunter and Carl Pearson, Dick Tupper last Thursday night stationed at Payne Field and Ed- at the resort. Gene Brown discovered the fire and alerted Dick Tupper. With the help of the neighbors and custo- mers in the store, Roe Franklin and his forestry equipment and the Lake Nahwatzel fire equipment, the fire was contained and kept from spreading to the other build- ings,, with only a few minor cus to the fire-fighters. Deh00htfully New Dessert VANILLA-CARMEL REVEL TOPPED WITH PEOANS Now Available At Your Favorite Store GIVE YOUR FAMILY A TREAT TONIGHT TREAT YOUR CLUB LUNCHEON TOMORROW Father of fwo daughters Once youngest business man in Shelton Another Quality RffSAP-NASON DAIRY Product of 3rd at Grove • YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS • Phone 426-4473 IIARY. M. KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS Awards Presented At Banquet May 21 To Athletes And To Winners Of Special Awards die Holmes of McChord ml. Frank Cooper, Jr. returned to Payne Field last Sunday after spending a week at the Cooper home with his three daughters. Accompanied by Mrs. Gordon Wouters of Brady, Mrs. Lee Daw- son did some shopping in Aberdeen last Tuesday. Saturday overnight guest at the Dawson home were David Navar- rance of Aberdeen. Sunday David, Eddie Dawson and the Petersen family of Aberdeen enjoyed water skiing on the lake. SPENDING a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bran- son is Mr. Branson's mother, Mrs. Herbert Gloier of Butte. Mont. Mrs. Frank Cooper visited in Tacoma last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R)ert Cunning- ham. Monday evening gamsts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Trait were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny HowA.d of Matlock. Mrs. Robert Lamb, Island Lake, and Mrs. Joe Peterson of Lost Lake called on the Traits and "Cap" Waho. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson for a few days last week wereMr, and Mrs. Clyde Baker of Whidbey Island. Guests at the Hewsons home ov- er the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Cloid Watts of Kirkland. Sunday visitors were the Hewson's daugh- ter and family Mrs. Phil Parker of Olympia. Later that afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Otis Watts of Port Town- end dropped in. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour entertained Mr. and Mrs, Everett Sellers of Brady last Saturday eve- ning. SUNDAY GUESTS in the Bar- bour home was Mrs. Charlotte Gardener. Shelton, Mrs. Myrtle Gann Seattle and Mrs. Sigrud Ha- zelquist of Shelton. Mr. and 7vi"rs. Lawrence Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pap- woffch of Issaquah accompanied the Issaquah Rock Grub last Sun- day on a rock hunt to Rainer. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley last Saturday was Walt Chappell and sons of Dayton. La- ter that day Gil Smitzer of Mat- lock visited. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson and family attended ['he Forest Festi- val a't Shelton last Saturday. La- ter they drove up to the Hood Ca- nal and did some cIam digging. Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker and Mrs. John Vis- sar of Potlatch drove up to Co- palos and did some clam digging. The difficulties, hardships and trials of life. the obstacles one encounters on the road to fortune are positive blessings. William Mathews. The allnllq, l awards banqllet was held at the bigh school gym- nasium May 21, with Professor Jack Stoddard of Grays Harbor College as guest speaker. In ad- 0.ition to presentation of letters and certificates for sports partic- ipation, a number of special awards were made to English stu- dents who won in essay and speech contests. Presentation of Letters: GIRLS. by Mrs. Nellie Cbappc,l Gloria Avery (basketball and base- ball, Mae Cockbm'n. baseball: Kris- ttne Graham. basketball; Virginia Hollatz. basketball and baseball: Betty Kelley, baseball: Jackie Lan- dis, basketball and baseball: Judy Landis, baseball; Margie McGarvie. manager; Sandv Miller, basketball and baseball; Barbara Owen. bas- ketball: Carol Owen. basketball and baseball; Donna Owen. bask- etball; Louisa Spalding, basketball and baseball, and Nancy Stodden, basketball and baseball BOYS, hy Eugene O. French: Gene Brehmeyer. basketball, base- ball. and boxing; Vernon Bucha- nan. baseball: Clovis Creamer. ma- nager: Gerald Creamer. baseball and gymnastics: Tom Dale ,boxing, track, baseball and gymnastics; Charle Chappell, boxing, baseball and gjmnastics: Dennis DeFoer, basketball, baseball, boxing and gymnastics; Jerry DeFoer, basket- ball, baseball. boxing and track; Jim Hollatz basIetball boxing, baseball and track: Stet Palmer, basketball baseball and track; Jerry Shaw. basketball and base- ball: Bill Stodden. basketball base- ball. boxing, track, and gymnas- tics; Bill Trenckmann. basketball. baseball, gymnastics, and track; Alan Tupper, boxing; Leroy Val- ley, basketball, baseball and track; Pat Walker. basketball, baseball and boxing'; and Jerry West. bas- ketball, baseball and track. Special Awards: VFW Essay Contest, presented by Mrs. ,John Jansson: Donna Owen, $10 cash award as second place winner, Mason County. Soil Conservation Speech Con- test. presented by Duane Scott. Rene' Perkins. second, and Bill Stodden. third, Tom Dale and Bill Trenckmann, each certificate awards. Special Sports Awards• by Mrs. Chapl)eH md Mr• Itogben. Cheerleaders -- Virginia Holl- atz, Jackie Landis and Barbara Spalding. Basketball. girls -- Most valua- ble player, Virginia Hollatz and captain, Jackie Landis. Basketball, boys -- Most val- uable player, Gene Brehmeyer; Captain, Jerry DeFoer. Boxing .... Best Boxer. Dennis DeFoer; Captain, Bill Stodden. Track :Most valuable Jerry West; and Captain. Jim Hollatz. :Baseball --- Most valuable play- er. Jerry DeFoer. and Captain, Jerry West. Gymnastics Outstanding girl gymnast. Claudia Beerbower. and outstanding boy gymnast, Bill Sto- dden. Shaw-Upton Insl)iratiomd tro- phy, presented by Stoddard, went to Gene Brehmeyer• :Movies of local sports events and the Mary M. Knight circus were shown .following the award present:ations. An educational tour was the choice of the senior class for the annual trip this year in which they covered.a lot of ground and saw many interesting sights. Their major expenses were for gas and oil as they traveled hy car, took along tents and other equipment and camped out each night as the weather was ideal. Leaving here Thursday morning they first drove to Grand Coulee Dam where they spent the night in a nearby recreational area. The following day was spent visiting the dam and adjacent poinLs of interest. Saturday morning they drove to Portland and then went on to spend the night in a publie park on the Columbia near Astoria. Sunday was devoted to tour of Astoria before leaving for home via he Columbia ferry. The stu- dents were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy. IT IVOULD BE IVORTH a lit- tle of anyone's time o visit the ceramics and art display-in Mrs, Hummel's 5th and 6th grade room. Ceramie objeets made during thc year are tastily arranged on a ta- ble the width f the room against a background of original student pain$ngs. Those entering their work in the display are Judith Springer, David Haddock. Ken- neth Stodden. Sandra Perkins, Frances Trimble Cathy West. Ka- thy Stodden. Teresa Trimble. Deb- bie Brehmeyer. Melanie Dale and Kathy Hickson. SEVENTII & EIGIITIt (IRAI)ES hy Rene Perkins Seventh and eighth grade girls who served at the Athletic Ban, quet included Barbara Owen, Car- ol Owen. Jane Chappell. Kathleen Cargile and Rene Perkins. Our girls have shoxm outstand- ing ability in athletics this year as three in the eighth grade wei;e presented with letters and certif- icates at the athletic banquet. Claudia Beerbower was presented with a letter and certificate for being chosen outstanding fema:le gymnast: the Owen twins Bar- bara and Carol. each received let- ters in both basketball and base- ball; Rene Perkins was presented with a beautiful framed certifi- cate for winning second place in the county contest on soil conser- vation. She had previously been preSehted with a check at the time of the contest. Supt. E. O. French and Coach Jack Hogben attended the Tri- County administrators and coaches banquet at Aberdeen last week The meeting was primarily a so- cial event honbring the coaches who are leaving ,m league area this year. The group included our own popular coach. Jack Hogben, who is entering the school of Vet- erinary Medicine at W.S.U. The annual school picnic for all age groups was held at Scha- fer Park last Friday. The stud- ents enjoyed themselves playing baseball and other games and worked up tremendous appetites for the picnic hmch sewed by the mothers at noon. Other than for 2 or 3 youngsters who got soaked from falling" in the creek there were no casualties except SupL French, who slightly sprained a leg muscle while playing baseball and made the sage observation that in- tensive use of brain muscles dur- ing the year doesn't qualify for athletics. Sportsmen can send for details on how to build a smokehouse. Send five cents to Bulletin De- partment, Oregon State Univer- sitY, Corvallis, Ore. Ask for E.B. 788. "A Smolehouse for the Sportsman". , i1 T8 i i i The American Legion Dept. of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour, Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant Summer Meetings First Tuesday of Month -- At The -- Memorial Hall---8 p.m. Foursquare Church To l Hear Wheel Chair Basketball Player Rov. Jack Chase. mcmbcr of the national champion wh eel-chair basketball team. will speak at the Foursquare Church. 910 E. Dear- born. Sunday. At the age of 20, Mr. Chase was stricken with polio, leaving his limbs paralyzed. Since then. he has attended the Univer- sity of Illinois and after gTaduat- ing, enrolled at L.I.F.E. Bible Col- lege in Los Angeles. Upon eom- pletion of his studies there., he en- tered the ministry. While in California. he played basketball with the Flying Wheels. a team composed of disabled vet- brans, and was privileged to meet President ahd Mrs. Dwight Eisen- hower while playing basketball ill Washington, D. C. He also has ap- peared on several national coast to coast Radio and T.V. por'ams including ,"Strike It Rich". Wel- come Tavelers". and "You asked for It". In the summer of 1962 Rev. Chase was one of eighteen wheel- chair personnel to go on an exten- sive tour of South Africa.. South- ern Rhodesia and Europe. The purpose of the tour, initiated by South Africans and Southern Rho- d e si ans, was to demonstrate to those countries the possibilities ot activities and employment for the physica!liy handicapped. D u ring the course of'this tour ReD. 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