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tober 10, 1963 ,, ,, SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL--Published in ":ChrLtmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington , i i i ii i i,i i lUl iiiii iii i i iiii EWS r4 Club K il0hS F tb II iarmacy PharOs NORTH MASON SCHOOL ll -H At am e chool oo a Team From Neil Evander PAGE 15 ever wondered why ui,: v, J'i Ltul; u-,6 ' rathcr than just thc of drugs? It's an interesting point and one on which you have a right to know the ans- wer. What it really boils down to is first, your confi d e nce in your doctor, and, second, your doe- tor's confidence ePUtation of the drug am1- " Who makes the trade g' Your doctor prescribes ou that he from knows, riences, are effective aria ugs that he is certain will U the exact dosage his pre- n Orders us to fill for you. this for your protection, are glad to brand carry "hich he has faith. |;! "Daily 9:30 to 7:30 |i  rdays  9:30 - 6:00 Practices Begin For Th,e o.re, To Be By Ma,rgle Green The students of North Mason and Mason County have beell con- fronted with an ordinance making it unlawful for any person or per- sons under thc age of eighteen {18) to be on public streets or roads and other public places in Mason County between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. the follow- ing morning, with exceptions pre- scribing a penalty. Such excep- tions are being with your parents or going to or from an activity such as school functions, parties, and drive-ins. Any person caught loitering af- ter leaving a place in Mason County will be fined not more than $100 or 30 days in jail. Any parent or adult having the care of any person caught is guilty of a misdemeanor and if convicted shall be punished by a fine of not more than $250 or 90 days in jail. PRACTICE HAS been the key word in the minds of moat sen- !i1""% Pharmacy iors this last week Mr. Merrill. Senior high teacher and drama director, has been busy with try- 426-3327 outs for the senior play scheduled for November 22 and 23. The pro- ;as, caught in the act of turning every = doorin* Dean's le, getting ready for an Open House to be held Oc{ober Lb.. Purple - purple - purple! Its still a popular co!or! 1io is not on y doing more purple, but adding a .new Id! 50 families who live in the Northwest have.been )ring in their portraits for display. They' will be dis- the Open House at Dean's Studio Saturday, October bunday, October 20th, (paid adv,) School Play, The Mouse Prese:.t.d Now ??-23 duction is a comedy in two acts and is entitled. "The :Mouse that Roared." Although the 30 students taking part in the play have been assigned their individual roles, the real work is yet to come with the date for the play only six weeks away. The Home room A.S.B. Card Promotion Contest is still in full swing, with a constant effort made by all classes participating to reach the goal of 100 per cent sales. Another step to boost the card sales was made last Friday afternoon. All students oming A.S.B. cards were excused from class to attend the football game between North Mason and Charles Wright. The G.A.A. has set up its eight- week bowling program for this season. Girls wishing to attend Wednesday evenings at West Park Lanes may work it to their ad- vantage to earn points if they are members of the association. So far 33 girls have signed up in the office to take part in the drill team which was recently or- ganized at thc high school. The team ]s restricted to senior high girls only and held its first meet- ing Thursday evening. Plans for their uniforms include .white blou- ses, royal blue suspender skirts, long white socks, blue tennis shoes, blue gloves, and tassel hats. Friday seemed to be publication day a rNoth Mason. The Nomahi News. the school newspaper, ap- peared in its second edition of the year and was distributed at noon. In addition, the jounmlism class sold football programs at the pep assm)bly and to the lively rooters later in the aftemloon. A group of N.SL students have chosen the name Iromuen for their new weight training club and are arranging a constitution for mem- bership. The group wishes to ex- tend its thanks to the Mason Cmmty Commissioners for their donation of $100, which was put toward body building equipment. Census To Seek School Facls The number of Americmls en- rolled in school, as well as the mmlbers employed and unemploy- ed, will be determined from ques- tions in the Census Bureau's Oc- tober Current Population Survey, it was announced today by Di- rector Guy E. Rainboth of the Census Bureau Regional Office at Seattle. Sample households will be interviewed locally and in 356 other selected areas of the coun- try during the week of Oct. 14. will cover r of school and year, and other facts among per- sons 5 to 34 years of age, including the number of young persons not in school who are not high school gradnates. Inquiries made in the October 1962 Current Population Smwey revealed that about 3 mil- lion persons 16 to 21 years old. or about 20 percent of the civilian noninstitutional population in that age group, had not finished high school and were not then enrolled in school. A number of families in the October smwey sample will be asked about their plans to pur- chase automobiles, houses, and major household appliances during the next few months. Similar ques- tions on consumer buying inten- tions are included in the survey four times a year. BIG SKIRT T i ... Pendleton's lRtle pricer $12.95 NEAT PLEAT SKIRT EASY SKIRT WRAPAROUND SKIRT " Class  - I; n, .,.?. Slihth" flared for easy B "aid-bund plald in I. ]@eat PI;, *, t tride. Mulh-c01o . lor chmces. Overlap "'.ed iz: ............ " St tined, 8 16 %rahontorbaek 1, ? s -8:16 tweeds; " ' , " t ese are the smartest skirts that ever wen(;  School! The Pendleton label is your . ise of 100% virgin wool fabrics: plaids , ff ." wtWeeds that can be matched or mixed _  _ I_ t[. Pendleton coats, jackets, sweaters and $  jr aJr. is. Make plans to pick your Pendleton   rts while our selection is complete. - f , v v I..  .: ....  11 -- 1) A Subsidiary of 00Un[rg Cl0Lhes ven00eL0n . .,+ ALWAYS VIRGIN WO01". Seuthside Plans Meeting Oct. 11 By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSIDE --- Busy Bells 4-H Club meets at the home of Julia Bare Oct. 11, 4 p.m. for the first meeting of the new year. Skookum Ladies' Club meets at the home of Helen Stansbury Oct. 10. Mrs. C. Buining, Mrs. Ted Bare and Mrs. Katherine Carlson spent Monday fishing on Hammersley Inlet with Mrs. C. Buining catch- ing a nine pound four ounce sil- ver, and Mrs. T. Bare getting a five pounder Sunday. MASON COUNTY" Bell Riders and the Silver Stars together hos- ted a playday at the Posse grounds Sunday. Several games were play- ed and those that rode were Geor- gia, Mary Beth and George Mag- nett Cubb and Gaff Ogg, Jerry Cakes. Darrell. Shirley and Ben Williams, Gregg Smfliere, Jim and Sandy Hills and Jan Pearson. Pot- luck lunch was enjoyed by all, as the darkness fell, horses were load- ed and all departed for home with thoughts of another nice day for horse lovers. Washington State Horseman's Convention will be held Nov. 2 - 3 at Yakima, which Sally Taylor of the Bell Riders will be representative. FRIENDSHIP Club meets a Lela Hootman's on Oct. 16, the last meeting was held at Grace %Vright's. Mew residents of Arcadia are IV[r. and Mrs. Frank Marler, who have purchased the Lee Sehuffen- hauer place. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Vee Schuffenhauer and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schuffen- hauer. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck attended the motorcycle ra- ces at Kent and on their way home visited Mr. and M. James Mc- Cord and family of Tacoma. Visito of Janice Kra'tcha Sat. urday evening was Linda Voelkel of Olympia. Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Vernc Schuffenhauer and family spend- ing Saturday evening were Mrs, Effie Brownfield and Mrs. Ruth F::00yi00.g E.gh! E me This KAMILCHE -- Kamilche school their home in Iamilehe. footba-lT team is playing football Mr. and Mrs. Los Shelver are in full "swing with a new method the happy grandparents of a son of football--an eight member born to their son and his wife, Mr. team, in which method there is and Mrs. LArry Shelver. The boy's eery little danger of injury. They name is Lansin Gordon who came were defeated last week playing Sept. 20 and who had his first Jet against the Mary M. Knight grade plane ride when hc was 10 days school, score 18-0. This week's old, coming from Fairbanks, Alas- i game will bc played at Southside ka. Larry Shelver is studying at School. Tic football players are the University of Washington this Steven Hills. James Kelley, Monte fall. Marshall, Larry Swantak. Stephen lHl. AND MRS. LES Shelver James, Dave Clark. Eddie Fisher, donated an Apache colt tWelch) to Willie Ted. Wayne Wiles, Jerry the Exceptional Foresters public Clary, Willie Swantak, Wallace auction last Sunday which brought Sharp, Charles Krise and Joe over $500 to the fund for the ben- Whitener. of it of teen-age retarded boys' Two boys had tonsilectomies and education. A commendable work are back in school, Jimmie Sire- is being done with late teenage mon and Monte Stoehr. Miss boys by helping them in vocational Washburn. the primary grades training and the benefit auction teacher, states tlmt tte children was very successful. are enjoying their reading lessons Mrs. Nellie Hanson of Olympia taught by the phonics system, is spending the weekend at the :Mrs. Barbara Haney announces Harry Simmons home. the marriagc of her daughter Phyl- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cole and Its to Joke Smith, son of Mrs. Bill Snyder of Shelton spent Sun- Zetha Krise of Skokomish on Sop- day evening visiting the Harry tember 20 at Little Boston. Last Simmons'. Friday evening a reception was Tuesday evening of this week held in their honor at Kamflche the Kamilche church :Missionaries and about 50 friends and relatives mec at the home of Mrs. Dewey gathered. Debbie Lee Honey, sis- Sigo. Also in connection with the ter of the bride was m charge missionary meeting was a surprise of the guest book. Pattie Quinn, pink and blue shover honoring cousin of the bride was in charge Mrs. Silo. of the gift table. Mrs. Frances Mr. and Mrs. Cecil B]ackwelder Quintana. sister of the bride cut visited the W. H. McFie family and served tbc wedding cake. The at Twisp last weekend. lovely cake was baked by an aunt :Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stansbury via- of the groom. Mrs. Tom Pulsifer itcd the Cecil Blackwelder's last and dccorafcd by Mrs. Joe Bout- Wednesday evening. gault of Skokomish. Out-of-ton] Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herb Nclson drove to Alderbrook More and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quin- Inn where they met and visited tana of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mr. and A{rs. Roger Brame of Moore and daughter Vicki of Me- Stanwood who made the trip in Cleary and Miss Etta Mac Hart- their boat "Roger Dee". The man of Portland, Ore. Brames are former Kamilcle res- MRS. BARBARA Harley and idents. :Mary Anne left Tuesday morning There will be a 6:30 p.m. pot- for Seattle wlere Mary Anne will lnck dinner at the Grange hall have an eye check up at the Orth- this Friday evening, Oct. 11. opedic Hospital. Andrew Peterson I There will be a district fellow- of Skokomish and Mr. and Mrs. [ship meeting at Kamilche church Jerry Moore and family accom-lat 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11. Every- partied them back to Seattle. Jer- one welcome. ry was just recently discharged Mr. and Mrs. David Whitener from the army. and two children moved to Belling- Another wedding of local inter- ham for another term of school. est was the marriage last Satur- Robert Whitener is also attending day, Oct. 5 at the Skokomish school again this year in Belling- church of John Krise, son of Mrs. ham. RU00L MAlL BOXES reg. $3.25NOW s27' Single Bit Axe .......................... $4.95 Mitre Box W/saw ...................... $2,99 (Childs pattern) Light Fixture ................................ 99 ,,, ,, , Cedar Picnic Table $8S0 & Benches .................. 1 , , Ping Pong Table Legs ............ $4.95 Jig Saw, Trustworthy ............ $17.50 I ELECTRIC DRILL '109s CORDLESS ELECTRIC DRILL was $59.90 $4000 NOW ONLY Critchfield. Evelyn Mesplie of Tacoma and Spray Paint 16 oz ......................... 89 According to National Fire "*'"'' --'"" ""' --"a%d"';,f'S:e;?e'S'jo';'o[rs'ok"o ''. -  Fireplace Grates ........................ $1.49 or dest,oys more than '4,200 Wed(iing were Mike Krise and " ....... [ schools yearly, costing taxpayers barrel and Harvey; Ralph Krise, more than $24,000,000 and often Mr and Mrs John" Krise and faro- Education makes a people easy hie Wlfitener, Mrs. Mary Lopeman to lead, but difficult to drive; easy and sons David and Billy, the Doll [ | to govern, but impossible to en-IVv'hitener familv and E'in Flet- : I ':'::::::'")"; I 20 yo O F'F slave. --Henry Peter Brougham eher. The newl,eds are making : i ...... _ _ll' Latin Club Elects_ Offieers Recently;  " _ PL FINISHED ........ .................... Y ELS Pep Staff Attends Conference In Bremerton . -4 x 8 Pine $6.45 By Molly lhtrdc3 raise funds for the newspaper. Meeting recently to elect officers Stan Borcson. television star, and i/4"-4 X 8 Birch Shop ................ $6.95 his dog Nmno. will be there to lead the hootenanny program, which is designed to appeal to all ages. Tickers will be on sale at the door at 75 cents for adults. 50 cents for students and 25 cents for children under 12. The prog- ram is scheduled to" begin at 8 p.m. See you there! OTHER EVENTS: Seniors lave selected 'Moonlight Mist' as the theme of the senior hall, which will be held in the middle of Nov- ember. :More about this later. The Pep Club's newly started practice of seeing the team off before out-of-town football games seems to be very successful. Last Friday, a large portion of tle club's membership turned up a:t the gym in the rain to cheer the Highclimbers on to victory, as they did the week before. ws the Latin Club. Officers are Kathy Archer and Bonnie Burnett, consuls (presidents/; Richard Rico and Mary Connolly, praetors (pro- gram advisers); Kris Johnson and Pan] Clayton. scribae ( secretar- ies); Mike McNeil and Ron Cole, lictors (keepers of meeting room) ; Sue Tshomland and Kathy Flower, Cuerile Aediles. (program plan- ners); Jane Grisdale and Tom Schlegel, quaestors (treasurers); Tim Schnitzer, Diane Frank, Lin- da Yotmg and Bob Bennett, smwi; and Pare Eoardman, board of con- trol representative. The ]ub plans to hold its Ro- man Festival in the winter in- stead of in the spring as tl]ey did last year. FRAN DEMMON, Mane Knec- land and Jim Donahoe, all from Shelton High School, placed first, second and third, respectively in the soil conservation speech con- test held last week at Evergreen School. Contcsants from other Me- so n County junior and senior high schools did not place. The win- ers received $15, $10 and $5 awards for their speeches, whiei wcre entitled "People And Rcc- iea.tion In the Soil and Water ; Conservation Pregram". At the end of this month Fl'an Demmon, first place wimzer, will compete in the district contest in Monte- sand. Good luck Fran! TIlE SHELTON IIIGil school pep staff recently attended a 23- school 'pep staff conference at East Bremerton high. Mrs. Tuson and Mr. Nicloy provided transpor- tation for Teddy Travis, Reta Care. Liz Somers, Pmm'y Smith, Sandi Bedell, Marcia Doxcy, Pam Tuson and Cheryl Road. The girls got acquainted with other pep staff members and then, met in groups to discuss such sub- jects as sportsmanslfip and pep at games. $ v$ $ m, STUDENTS RECEFVED the first edition of the Highclimber last Friday. MMdng up the news- paper staff this year are l{olly Murdcy, editor-in-chief; Toby Vii- lines and Gerrie Gems. news; Mic- [ key Wagener and Marie. Knecland, page 2: Lois Bowman and Ja.3mc Grisdale, page 3; and Denny Wag- ner and Lne Prcmo, sports. Paul Gillie is the Highclimbcr staff's adviser. 5JMERS of the Press Cluh are hopillg to sce all of you a.t the gyln this Saturday for a hoot- enmmy, Which thle.y ill sponsor to Next time yoCrc looking for something" in a dark closet, use a flashlight instead of a matclL Jun- ior  ire M.n'shals know fires start cosily, spread rapidly in enclosed areas. 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