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August 12, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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iTKE is a Central College. CHARLES BIEHL is a studies, graduate of Eastern and Washington State College le will be where he received his BA in 'lan. instrumental music. He will teach elementary and junior high band. Is Near .... Corn The school for the handicapped that will replace the Rogers Building at the Airport may be delayed in opening Sept 1, according to Louis Grinnell, superintendent. Strikes by several trades have delayed the building by about one month. It is possible the building will be ready. Parents will be notified before school starts if the present airport building will have to be used. The new building will contain four classrooms, an indoor gym, an outdoor covered play area, a carpentry and crafts room, speech therapy and conference room, a home economics-lunch room, a physical therapy room and a teachers' room. All classrooms will be 'carpeted and the gym area floor will be tartan, a resilient rubberized material. The total building has been designed to accommodate handicapped children. At open house for the community will be held several weeks after ~ the building is completed. Pioneer Lois Pierce rns isi By DOLORES DRAKE HOODSPORT - Lois Pierce is back at the homestead anxiously awaiting the day when she and husband Dwight will head north again. Lois flew to Sitka, Alaska, May 16. so as not to miss two main events about to take place there. It was just the following day she attended the wedding of Lorna Sollars and Charles (Shorty) Chappell of Matlock. A week later it was graduation day at Sitka High School and Grandma Pierce was there to witness the graduation of her granddaughter Cheryl Rodgers, and Susie Kuhnle. Lois stayed at Sitka with her daughter, Hettie Rodgers, and family and was also a guest at the Gib Kutmles, Larry Marlors, Tom Depoes and Barton Sollars homes. She found the weather most beautiful and the sights spectacular. Her daughters home is located at a choice spot out Halibut Point Road and overlooks Sitka Sound with Mt. Edgecomb rising to the west. The sunset was always a spectacular changing sight with the water turning bright red and gradually fading to a pale yellow as the sun sank over the mountains. Seafoods were plentiful and everyone at home when they came up from San Diego, Calif. for a weeks'visit. It won't be long now before John Vinzant and Merle Lindgren will open the doors for business at Skipper John's Care in Potlatch. John and Merle have been working around the clock remodeling the building formerly known as "The Grove". The dining area is being decorated in the nautical theme and the menu will feature seafoods and steaks. The community would like to extend sympathy to Mrs. Joe Spaulding and bereaved family and relatives of Paul Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cook acquired baby sitters for their four boys and set out for a five day vacation on bicycles. Departing from Tacoma via the Narrows Bridge, they arrived eight hours later at their cousins, Mick and Donna Simmons. As if riding bikes all day was not enough, Larry and Mick decided to finish off the evening riding the Simmon's Hondas. After a good nights rest and a few stiff joints, the Cooks were off the next morning and last seen pedaling for the Hood Canal bridge and their trip back to Tacoma. The Hood Canal Lions Club Another Hoodsport fisherman arriving home late Monday was Jim Reeder. Jim caught his limit while fishing out of Westport. By the way, it seems the Reeder's have an uninvited house guest who can't find her owners. The part Norwegian Elk Hound and German Shepherd dog, as guess will have it, wandered in about a week ago with her only possession - a choke chain and useless flea collar. Perhaps the dog is two years old or even maybe six years, however a phone call from the owners woul'd be greatly appreciated. The volunteer Hoodsport Firemen headed down to the. school last Wednesday evening for their first baseball practice game. There were plenty of ball players on the field, but when the mosquitos got more strikes than Jim O. it was a unanimous decision that further practice would not benefit the cause. So with many an undiscovered muscle, the team headed to Shelton Friday night for their first game. If the spectators and number of baseball players could win a game, then Hoodsport's firemen would have been a cinch to win. But as luck will have it, they were defeated Z IS a Ve i :3 of ~ ~ Registration for all students,varietyC°Ves also produced aof Japanese floats largethat SaturdaYRon GooseVeningandthereafter'fishing partner Tmuble with .Where he both new and students who were collected and taken home.Gene Avery of Hoopa, Calif. have attended last year, will be heldat A replica of the original just returned with 200 lbs. of floor. Is RA in JOHNNIE GORMAN will Pioneer School from 9 a.m. to 2 Y a n d teach drafting at Garrett p.m. Aug. 23 and 24. Russian Orthodox Church which salmon they caught on last weeks ked as a He yns High School. German School officials asked all dated back to 1742 was in thefishing excursion., nmtneh0n? Oratory taught evening drafting students from kindergarten process of being constructed in its Ron and Genes six day boat ~n River classes at Green River through sixth grade be registered original location in the middle of trip took them 450 miles up the r'-'.-'-- "" Lincoln Street. The pictures coast to Rivers Inlet where they I. He willCommunity College and during those days. They stressed dating to !,he early 1600'sthrough didn't catch a fish weighing less C. CY.°~;LSta~d~N~NC. ry and worked as a draftsman and that students who attended last the 1700s, along with crowns than 30 pounds. Can Solve Your Problem. year are also being asked to brough, t from Russia in the early Ron's son Troy is now trying He's In Shelton - 426-4411 the high illustrator for the Boeing register before the start of school 1700s and bibles were saved his hand at fishing with his Company. this year• School will start at Pioneer when the original church burned grandfather John Kneeland who Standard 0il Company Sept• 1 with a full day of school Jan. 1, 1969. headed north to fish the same of California • and the hot lunch program in As Lois departed with a good area. ~ __° II i1° Kegusrraruon the regular meals featured fresh will again hold their Saturday by the Scaling Bureau. abalone, crab, shrimp, razor "and night game night commencing No doubt about it those hard /"~ ~I~AU#'I",¢.~.# ~-~l.r)'~'f)A butter clams or halibut andAug. 28 at the Potlatch ball mitts have to go before that salmon. Boat trips to nearby Clubhouse and continuing each operation on opening day. supply of salmon and halibut, she Principal at Pioneer this year had a good view of the bridge will be Richard Mariotti, who will construction which will link Sitka serve as principal on a full time on Baronoff Island with basis. Previously, the principal at Edgecomb on Jopanski Island and SUmmer Linda Wakefield, along with three the school has served as principal do away with the five minute COmpleted teacher aides worked in the half day and taught a half day. shoreboat ride from the airport to Sitka. to Bruce program which served 30 Another new teacher this year While Lois vacationed, Dwight adent, youngsters, will be Mrs. Sandra Yeager. kept the home fires burning. SSes were Driver education classes were The school will not have a Plaster board was put up on their 3Ordeaux begun several years,~ago to meet seventh grade class this year. The apartment walls and Dwight Open to expanded needa,iB this area. Tho seventh graders ar~ being sent t,o ~ ......... .~- ~ • installed new l~ltchen cabinets. as of the total humber of ~t~dents Shelton Junior ~ instead of With such modern conveniences, sse are completing the driver education being retained at Pioneer for that Lois could hardly wait to harvest tdi] ; of requirements during the regular grade, the bounty of the forest and in the year and in summer classes The district will have the same preserve wild blackberries to take Program averages about 300 per year. number of teachers as last year, north on their next trip so she can ast four Additional summer classes for but, will have one less class, surprise all with her famous wild for the 1972 are being studied by the administration at this time. blackberry pie. Program TO A new truth there is The Pierce's son Dwight Lee Merry nothing more hurtful than an old and his son managed to catch error. Johann van Goethe Ken , ntary New Teachers the New Teachers for whom litiespictures were not available are: year GEORGE SCHRAMM is a Kirn graduate of Southern Oregon and College where he received BS Day, in education and MS in general studies. He is, also, a graduate of the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kingspoint N.Y. He served as a Commander in the United States Navy for nine years. He will teach social studies at Garrett Heyns High School. RAP WRAP PORTFOLIO NOW REGULARLY 39¢ NOW WESTAB BOOKCOVERS ASSORTED COLORS REGULARLY 49¢ NOW PKG. OF 4 3-RING NOTEBOOK WITH HANDLE VARIETY OF COLORS REGULARLY $1.59 JUDY JANSEN is a graduate of Washington State University receiving her BA in physical education. She will teach junior high girls' P.E. Reg. 2.59 Girls' shirts in all her favorite colors styles, and fabrics. 3 to 6X. 7 to 16, reg. $3. Now 2.50 Reg. $4 Match-up skirts in styles, colors and fabrics galore For sizes 3 to 6X. 7 to 14. Reg. $5. 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