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Crange Plans Dance For Night In Community Hall Hearing The Matl{)ek another dance and will have to furnish the takes the to Southside Grangers a Club held its Wednesday with as hostess. was the new Old officers were re- for the coming year. president; vice presi- Valley, sec- quiam; Mrs. Don Rickert and son of Montes,nno. and Earl Howard of Montesano. Drop-in guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers of Ehna and over the weekend Joe Howard of Blyn was a guest. They took in some hunting. Friday evening callers at the Fred Crabtree home were Mr. and vIrs. Ray Caulfield of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duggms and family, My. and Mrs. Bob Dawson and the Dave Haddock family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sbrizens of Tacoma were Saturday dinner guests of lr. and Mrs. Fred Crabtree. Smokey Says: Ac i f'rom # H ,OEYS nre book". .e wNllil baCK 8nd ts a sun.rnerandl} wlnl-el- coat./,; e, i }'ire can destroy their forest homes| had one new Lovette and John McGarvie. 'the Mason County Will meet with us aker. NDS and relatives reception George Bartz Bartz's folks, mlding. Lou- M. Knight utatorian of 1963 Mr. Bartz's but is now with stationed in Earl Cash and Jean', of Everett, Eriekson of Se- guests of Mr. Portman, Mrs. Lud Ross- , Nlvin Hearing at- Y dinner last week of Mrs. Dumont of Yvns. Wat- Bay. WM. Harris Were Thursday din- r. and Mrs. Elvin Goodburn and Gary Goodburn weekend guests E. Bradberry. Saturday were and Don Hester of Edward Valley vening at the Elvin Hearing guests of Mr. Duckwitz of PAUL Ross- from Lemoore. iting the Ervin Rossmaier Rossmaier will her folks, the aUl has to be on 24 in California. Andrew McGarvie of Matlock fifth degree at near Porter Sun- John McGarvie in Portland. e Herbert Breh- sons, Gene and evening at ' ii home. of Bremerton ,, , with her moth- MARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS Swimming Classes For Junior And Senior High School Students To Begin Oct. 17 By. Tom DMe Oct. 17 will mark the opening of swimming classes. Instruction will be available Eo both junior and senior high school students. Classes are to be held at the Pool Nuotare in Shelton. Both be- ginning and advanced classes are under the instruction of Lee Kie- fer. A musical program concluded the last PTO meeting. It was an entertaining way to divert from the routine of the meeting. The program was opened by the combined voices of the first sec- ond. and third grade. This group sang: "See My Pony", "Love Lit- tle Pussy", and "America". There were two accordion solos, Francis Tremble played "Popcorn Polka" and Debie Brehmeyer played "'Wis- pering Hope". An accordion duet. Judy Springer and Cathy West. played "Celito Lindo". Concluding the prod'am Jaekie Landis, accom- panied by her mother on the piano, sang "Harbor Lights". Mrs. Hummel is planning to re- sign her post as school librarian and remedial reading teacher due to illness. WE ARE losing a teacher with an enormou amount of practi- cal experience. Mrs. Hummel said, "I have no idea of how many schools in which I have taught or for how many years." She has had experience m every grade. The last 12 years has been in the first grade with the exception of two years in the fifth and sixth grades. She has taught in six states including Alaska. It is her opinion that there is no change in children. She clari- fied this by saying, "There is a change in bringing up of child- ren but they are as ever. Child- ren react differently but are just as intelligent." She spent some time touring 14 countries in Europe. Since she does not speak any foreign language, I asked, how she c0mmunicated. She said. "People are the same the world over. There is one universal language smiling and politeness. She stated that she has ahvays liked teaching. "It is interesting because you are dealing with the human mind and everyone is dif- weight and speed the host Mary M. Knight sqimd tallied in just three plays after receiving the opening kickoff. However, despite the odds. N.R. retaliated and went ahead 7-6 on their mmeessful Point after touchdown attempt and were on top at the mid-game intermis- sion. The home team broke loose in the second half. scoring three times. The visiting Indians faced a hard-nosed defense and were unable to capitalize on several short punt receptions. On the short end 25-7. NR pushed the hall over the goal line once more and scored the extra point as time ran out. The referees did an outstanding job, calling a fair game despite the sideline influence. Seventh & Eighth Grade News The seventh and eighth grade boys gave us a smashing victory over the North River football team, Thursday, October 10. with a score of 26 to 14. This was the fourth game of the season. Other games: They won from Kamilche. score 18-0: they lost to Wishkah, sc)re 0-22: and they lost to Pa- cific Beach. score 14-24. Elected officers of the seventh eighth grade class were: President. Alvin Owen; vice president, Bill Cden: secretary, Jan,co Gwinnett; treasurer. Judg Springer: Sgt. at arms. Lewis Muller and Cynthia Iverson. Student Council Representatives are Mike Brehmeyer. Bill Oien. Cathy West. Francis Trimble and cheerleaders are Janiee Gwinnett. Frances Trimble. Cynthia Iverson and Sandra Perkins. At the present time. the class is working on a rock collection. Mrs. Bennett brought her collec- tion: the students are adding to it. They are studying the different types of. mid the mining process of minerals and rocks. IIonor lloll for the first 6 weeks SENIORS: Jim Hollatz, Jerald Shaw. Stekson Palmer. Mike West- land. Shyrli Jhansen and Jacquel- ine Landis. JUNIORS: Donna Owen. Nancy Stodden. Dennis DeFoer. Kristine Graham and Gloria Avery. FRESHMEN: , Rene Perldns ferent." Carol Owen and Barbara Owen. Boo,he and I asked her what she thou.ght 7th & 8th GRADES: Frances spent Sunday . ; ....  . . . , Trimb e, Sandra Perk'ns, J1 dy of the orld today She rephed, 1 1 l home. They all 'l].'lle worm is moving aster ana is  . a A1 dn Ow n " more confusing. There is more t .... loon with Mr. ' " I prmger _nd __x___ _.we_. rehmeyer Jr. competition and everyone is striv- - of Mr. and Mrs. ing to do too much. '' J  . .-^,1 the misfortune Mrs. Hummel has done a lot to I tt[11  rgll{/l( t arm above the improve this world. ] ,'",qf I.L Week Thursday THE JUNIOR HIGH football i -"'], the use 1"!10 )Otball at "school. team downed North River by " J l'l,,,',.,eTl!- -- l, Sunday at the comfortable margin of 25 to 14 / [llll :cl home "were Mr. to sew up their second win in four / ".lltlllll IWll ! of He- contests, sing_their superio 2 --"- -_ . !:IA new kind" of Pont,ac" with" ' ' I a new kind of Pontiac power, FOREGROUNO: '64 TEMPEST CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE BACKGROUND: '64 TEMPEI;T 4-DOOR SEDAN It's the '64 Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest with a new SiX for savers and a V- 8 for swingers. new in-line 6 develops 140 horsepower from 215 cubic inches, it'll please everybody but the gas statio man. And Tempest's optional-at- re-cost 326-cubic inch V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. iEE THE ONLY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIDE-TRACK CARS--YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER SHELTON MOTOR GO. 233 SOUTH FIRST SHELTON ,Skokomish Oub Plans Hunter Breakfast By Mary Valh,y SI(OKOM]SH Calling all hunt- ors! The Skokomish hnprovement Club in se,:ving another breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning starting" at 4:30 a:m. Hot cakes. bacon eso'o" and coffee and they will also fill your thermos bottles. During Grange supper hem' last Friday evemng, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coble and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley were honored with a going away party. The table was attrac- tively decorated in Hawaiian mo- tif. Hawaiian music was played during the evening. The Coblos and Valleys are flying to Hawaii thfs Sunday on a 10-day 'Grange Tour' of the Islands. A number of 4-H members at- tended the Achievement Night at the Evergreen school last Saturday evening and received special awards in Forestry and Garden. Those winning awards were Peter Cosette. Bobby Cleveland. Bill Johnson and Mike Bourgault. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson enjoyed a weekend trip into Can- ada and returned by way of Oro- ville where they visited friends. MRN. GLEN GEE is spending a week in Raymond while her hus- band is on business there. Mrs. Denny Temple and son Robby of Olympia spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm. Parry Jones of Shelton was ako a Sunday vis- itor at the Sjoholms. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert gave a reception Sunday afternoon at their home in Shelton in hon- or of Chester Valley who retired thia month after 37 consecutive years with Simpson Timber Co. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Helenius, V;r. and Mrs. Stu- art Davenport and son Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lozier and daughter Debbie. Mrs. Sarah Loz- ier, Mrs. Marie Fish, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lozier all of Tun]water. Mr. and Mrs. Don Zink of Olym- pia, Mr. and 1$Irs. Bill Lozier of Elma. Mrs. Ella Johnson and Ja- net of Westport, Mrs. George Val- ley, Sue and Jan of Island Lake. end Eugene Hulbert and Lurcne of Shelton. Shower Honors Mo|her And New Son At Allyn Last Friday Evening By Judy Von Osten ALLYN- Mrs. Barbara Stormo was honored wilh a baby shower for new son. Gone Wade on Fri- day, vireo by Mrs. Dorolhy Grif- fey. Fifteen ladies were present to shower (ne with lovely gifts. He received manv useful romp- er suits, stretch p.j:'s, baby blank- els and toys. Mrs. Heather Marsh was a lucky winner of one of the games played and Mrs. Susie Von Osten was another game-win- ner. A lovely hmcheon was serv- ed later in the evening.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stock were happy to greet their son and wife and grand,on, Vges. Bey and Jeff last weekend. Wes plays baseball with the Baltimore Orioles. They are presently making their home in Auburn. Miss Karen Beeson celebrated her sixth birthday last Friday afiernoon with a small party. Guests were Kimmie and Roxy Beeson, Tammy and Terri Ander- son, Holly Vasbinder, Monica Kid- ridge anc] Karen Von Osten. A lovely birthday cake and ice cream finished a most enjoyable afternoon. A BIRTHDAY dinner for Jeff Nelson to celebrate his sixth birth- day was given by his mother Sun- day afternoon. His grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs. Griffey of Allyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Shelton were guests to help him celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgon spent the weekend at Mossyroek visit- ing their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Anderson and fam- ily. I had a'short note from Mrs. Dorothy Garniek, former Dorothy Clark of Allyn, and she is home from the hospital after the third time and is feeling mueh better. She also had a new item for us. Ronald and Eslher Shepherd vis- ited Dorothy and Tony Gornick at Gardner. Mont. enroute to Est- her's parents in Minnesota. They had a wonderful visit a,t Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson and family spent the weekend at Bay Center visiting all the Peter- son elan there. 5'Ill. AND MRS. Vanderlinden of Seattle with friends spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Sargent The men spent their time hunting and two mem- bers of the hunting party got was very lucky and got a three- point buck. Visiting their mother, who is a patient at the Allyn House are Mrs June McNeil. Oceans,de. Cal- ifomqia; Mrs. Arleen Davis. Rich- land; and her sons Rex, his wife Alice and their four children, l=ich- land. and other son Jinx and his wife Laurie of Los Angeles. Calif. Tixey are staying with another sis- ter. Mr. mad Mrs. Carl Hirsch of the North Shore. The Von Ostens have been friends ffor several years with Mrs..MeNeil. Mrs. Davis and her sons and families and the Hirsches, and they had a big Sunday mom- ing breakfast at the Von Osten house. On Monday evening they had a get-togethe and had a most excellent dinner at a restaurant in Bremerton. 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