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PAGE 14[ SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL HEWS Pep Club Staff Entertains South Kitsap Pep Staff At Dirmer Before Football Game By Molly Murde Last Friday members of the South Kitsap High School pep staff were the dinner guests of the SHS pep sl.aff. The dinner was held before the game at the home of senior songqueen. Liz Seiners. The girls enjoyed getting acquain- ted. Giving the pep staff dinner was the least we could do, since a few hours after the dinner, the Highclimbers soundly defeated the S.K. Wolves. Latest report on the T,B. Drive: The girls are now leading with a total of $186, The boys are not far behind, as they have collected $176 Money is collected by selling tickets, for which the prize is a Zenith portable television set. Four of the SHS Girls' Club of- ficers recently attended a confer- once at Olympia high school to the theme of "Fall Round-up". Miss Irene Burright transported Kelly Fredson, Pare McComb. Lin- da LaBissoniere and Chert Daniels to the conference, which lasted Irom 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The girls heard three speakers whose topics were education, ca- reers and marriage. A girl from Olympia. who had placed fourth nationally in the Voice of Democ- racy Speech Contest. also gave a talk. After hmcheon and a discussion on various school policies, a fa- shions show was presented. A pa- VISITING BEAUTY SERVICE Hair Cutting, Shampoo, Setting, Permanents for Invalids & Shut-ins. Mildred Schneider - 426-8094 nel of fern' boys then gave their opinions of girls' fashions, * * : II[FLE CLUB has begun its 14th year with Clyde Knight as adviser' and Barney Lambert as president. Members meet every Tuesday after school and every Thursday evening on the 50-foot course under the gym Regular .22 targdt rifles and a" lighter variety for the girls are provided. Members may try individually for National Rifle Association awards, which start at. pro-marks- men and 1)regress to distinguished riflemen. There are 15 levels of progress. So far only one person has ever achieved the rank of dis- tinguished rifleman. At present Barney Lambert and BiIl Tobler are striving for this honor. Virginia Freenmn, a junior At EHS, will leave this Snnday for San Francisco, Calif., to attend the 1963 NASA-NSTA Youth Sci- ence Congress, which is held at the AmesResearch Center. All ex- penses will be paid tel  the trip and the three day conference. This is not the first experience of this type for Virginia. Last April she was the winner of the girls' sweepstakes at the Univer- sity of Puget Sound Science Fair and also participated in the 1963 National Science Fair at Albu- querque, N.M; The cast of the junior play is busy preparing for its performan- ces, which will be Nov. 4-5. They will present a two-act comedy, "Dear Ruth" by Norman Krasna. It is under the direction of Dean Tarrach with Terri Turner as stu- dent director. Watch for more de- tails in next week's column. Journal Wanl Ads Pay made f0r d00s: hke ths One ingredient is priceless: "'lt the Water" Visitors wclcow, Olympia Brewing Company, Olympit, Washington. *0/3. * u4a SItELTON-=MASON cQUNT[ JOURNAL  Published in Christmastown, U.B.A.", Lilliwaup Club Plato Card Party For Friday Hi@t By Dais)' Vance LILLIWA UP Lilliwaup Com- munity Club will have its next card party Friday evening, Oct. 25. Pinochle action will begin at 8 p.m. with prize to be given, along with refreshmems served by the com- mittee. Mamie Kaare and Mac Dean. The public is invited to at- tend. The card party given last Fri- day evening at the Woman's Chlb house by Hood Canal Woman's Club was a great success. Ten ta- bles of pinochle and two tables of bridge were plaved, everyone at- tending having a good time. A group of Hood Canal Garden Chlb members attended the meet- ing last Tuesday of the Olympic Peninsula District Washington State Federated Garden Ch.ib, held at Sequim. The meeting was cal- led to order by the District Di- rector Mrs. Gerald Hunt of Port Townsend at 10 a.m. Af.Ler the business meeting all adj(mrned to the dining room where a delicions hmch was served. The Sequim members being hostesses, installa- tion of the new district officers was held Mrs, W. P. Taylor of Quilcene, Director, Mrs. R. A. Nel- son. Port Angeles, first assistant director: Mrs Ansgar Pederson Nord]and, second vice director; Mrs. David Hope, Sequim. re- cording secretary; Mrs, Herman Ahlvers, Port Angeles, treasurer. Everyone attending report a lovely session, The next District meeting will be held in April. MR. AND MRS. LON WEBB are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Webb's brother of Oroville, Calif. The men folk have been doing son'ie fishing in the Canal bat no luck. Pet. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Lon Webb and Mrs. Allie Ahl visited Mrs. Ahl's cousin, Mrs. W. O. Watson of Sunset Beach near BeN fair. Mr, and Mrs. Oran Lee of Blue Ox 'B'each visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Buttacavoli of Seattle four days last week, while in Seattle they visited several .friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schaufler have moved into their new home At Eldon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mc- Kesson and children Julia and Billy Jr.. spent the weekend in Tacoma visiting friends. Fishing is reIsorted very good in the canal. Several good catches were reported last week IN "COLLEGE ACTIVITY Jim Mattis, Shelton. president of the Student Government As- sociation at Central Washington College of Education. will be one of the leaders in a freshman lea- dership+ retreat., this weekend. CWSC freshmen taking part will include: Jerry Wagner, Shelton. Kindness in women, not their beauteous looks, shall win nay I0ve. ---Shakespeare NORTH HASOH SCH60L HEWS Homecoming Activities Planned For This Friday And Saturday; Game Is Saturday By NI:lrgie Green North Mason's Homecoming '63 begins Friday. The cheerleaders 1 are declaring'Blue and White Ibay I for Friday and have asked that{ the entire student bodv \\;ve:l.r the j school colors on that tay. i In addition to the pep assembly earlier in the day. tile evening" I events in-dude the Ben Fire at' Sa-r nnd Mar, Theler Plavgronnd goonTwed bv the senior boys and bcq']nn;nq" at. 8 pm. After lhe fire the mlblie may lravel on Ill(} ear C't Pav,qn. A $5.00 cash award will be given for the best car decoration. The Letlcrmen's Clnb will be resDonsi- ble for the caravan. Satm'dav finds the football, team on lhe field at 2 p.m. for the North Mason vs. Forks game. Later in the dav. the Homecom- ing" Court is crowned at the Home- comin Dance entitled "Homeeom- in '63". The dance ]s put on bv the senior !ass and the coronation by the junior class, This year's Lettermen'{ Club is advised bv Richard Strain. The members are Tom McKav (presi- dent). Dann Whiteman. Ran Pas- ehko (secretarv-t,'ea-'urer}, David Bakefield. David Wells. Dennis Shelly, and Larry Foster. Tbe a, roup held a hayride last Satur- day. The junior high cheerleaders are Marsha Tipton (queen/, Vivian Card. Sandy Fleury. Sallie Sennett. and Karen Beeber. They meet af- ter school every Monday. Tuesday nd Thursday and are advised by Mrs. Terrell. They have been busy reheArsinv new routines and cheers for the Junior hiEh frames and pep assemblies beforehand. THE A,B Card Sales are con- tinuallv rising, The latest count showed the Senior High with 171 students in oossesion of the card or 82 nereent. The 5nnlor High has ,a sliEht lead with 91 students or 4 ercent. 'Pile JournAlism ClAYs plans to qoll annles at all nms at noon. and at other school functions to be decided lator. The third edit3nn of the Nomnhi N'0xr, came ant Vodnogdav. in O,'- do,, f, oorroNnod with T4nmecom- inr XXrool an,t its nctivitlos. ,nfJrdnv the 8th Grade SDOn- qorod  bnlro sale from ;tO a,m ta 9  rn "Pho baked gnad were sold 9.t Pane's habnlno' Center, Th Junior N9"h Nl,denl o,m- oil offloo,,g attended th, Sh,dent Lnflo,'hln Cono.eno OPt. 1 It wa: toTd in the [,oo t-lotel at Port Ancoe and lasted from noon to /I,}{LRN lp D,ItII' wnS fho hiCrh -co-'o-" " +h P,A_ Bowlin oa- ,ion lnf "enesdav evellhlff. She howled the hia'h avermre of 143 for three ,ames: her highest single garn, tnt'n 150. "North Mn'.on Renorts". a man- lhtv no,, letter m'enared bv the North M'nan Elementary and lqe'h school PTAs. ant)eared in its first edition Peg. 11. The purpose of the publication is to report all the school and community youth qctiv- tries in the area. One event sched- ltled on the C:Pendar of Events seetion is the Elementary PTA board meeting today. " Baked goods, rmnmage, Christ- mas and all pro'pose cards, station- ery, gift wrap, and specialty can- dies are among the items to te sold at the Elementary PTA Bazaar Nov. 15-1(3 Marvin Chmstensen Mason County Juvenile Probation officer. was the guest speaker at the High School PTA Meeting Oct. 17. He explained and discussed tbe new curfew ordinance against loitering. 00Deer 00,nfi00g At Lake 00ah00atzel Poor Over Week I By Joa]m Tupper LAKE NAHWATZEL With the deer hunters out again last weekend in great numbers, the percentage of bucks downed was still not very plentiful, even with the cool nights and rain during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin spent 10 days pheasant hunting in East- ern Washington and returned home last week. Last Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour were Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett Sellers of Brady. Mr. and Mrs: Archie Kelley vis- ited Mr. and iV[rs. LArry Case of Matlock last Saturday afternoon. Spending last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson were Mr. and l'rs. Robert Lind of Home. Mrs. Bruce Adsero and daugh- ters, torte and Linda. of Seattle, who have a summer home here on the Lake and have been living here all summer, are returning this weekend to their home in Se- attle. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker last rednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Goff of .Union. also visiting that day was Owen Simpson of Shelton. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Daw- son last Thursday was Mrs. Daw- son's son, Ralph Pigg, Seattle. Frank Cooper, Jr.. stationed at Parse Field, Everett. visited with his uncle. Frank Cooper over the weekend. Mrs. Cooper,is due back from Europe this week. A 'ronse dinner was enjoyed last Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Margeson and son, Butch: Kent Carter: Junior Bry- an: Ken Madoche; Clarence Bur- ger; all r2,Mdents of Tuppers' Re- sort and Art Palmer. of Matlock, as guests of the Tuppers. Art Palmer and John CoI-mier, both of Matlock returned Sun- day evening from an unsuccessful hunting trip to Eastern Washing- ton. Shelton, Washingon . Thursday, Dc Three Mat[eck Hunters Got Deer; Hatl0ck L00dies Club Hosts Neeting By Dora lIearin Misses Na.ncy and Margaret Me- MATLOCK -- Lucky hunters in Garvie were Portland visitors Sat- this vicinity who got their bucks re'day. over the weekend were Lud Ross- mater. Dick Cockburn and James Rossmaier. The Mat!ark Ladies Club were host last week Tuesday to Mason County Council and there were around 60 ladies out and the sped- ker for the afternoon was the Superintendent of Maple Lane School for Girls near Centralia. Mrs. Eugene French entertained for Christy Fleneh's classmates in honor of her eighth birthday, last Monday evening. MR. AND MRS. FAY Hopkins of Tacoma was Wednesday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chamblin and foul' children of Alderwood Manor .were weekend guests of Mrs. Chamblin's folks. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr. and Mrs. "yVes Goodburn and son Danny spent Saturday at the R E. Bradberry home. Twenty-two Matloek Grangers took tbe gavel to Southside Grange last Friday evening and the last gavel meeting of the year will be at Progress Grange this Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill of Dayton were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Porlanan, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dawson were Sunday dinner gazests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD Val- ley attended the pinochle party at the Archie Lemke home at Davton Saturday evening. Tyler, Dave and Wade Boothe of Hoquiam spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe rind daughter Diane of Hoquiam spent Sunday at the Ford home, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boothe, Mrs. Beulah Gowan and Mrs. Alto Russell, all of Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston and baby of Elms. Mrs. Dottle Hop- kins and family of Quilcene. Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Owens and fam- ily. Henry Mayer and Leonard Cross enjoyed a going-away din- ner in honor of Gene Brehmeyer who left Monday for San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and family of Olympia. Mrs. Lucy Sharpe of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bear of Tacoma Mr. and Mrs, James Rossmaier and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family and Mr and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and family, all of Shel- ton and Paul Rossmaier enjoyed Sunday dinner at the Lud Ross- mater home. HAROLD AND BILL Lasalue, Ronnie and Douglas May Jr.. of Seattle were weekend guests at the Kenneth Howard home and Mr. L. F. Cook of Montesano was a Sunday visitor at the Howard home. Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie spent Sunday evening at the \\;Val- tel' Shaw home. Mr. and Mrs Andrew McGai'vie were weekend guests of Mrs. Me- Garvie's brother and the Alee Taylor family of Tacoma. MII. AND MRS. GENE Brown and baby spent a few days last week with the farmer's folks, the G. W. Browns of Auburn. The Gene Brown family spent Smlday at Port Townsend with Mrs. Brown's folks the Merle Potters. Brad Milan And Miss Diane Han- sen of Tacoma were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, the Ralph Rothrock faro- ily were SmMay lers aL the Walker The Leloy Booth l-h)quiam and Mr. Ford spent Sunday the Herbert fly. Use Jeurnal Symptoms of STOMACH DUE TO ExCES Over five mill for relief el s Stomacl ess Acid--Poor Di Stomach, GassinesS, lessness, etc. due to I Ice "Willard's Message  ghich thi hems trcatalent-- NeWs, Mc GO MODE oo + o IT'S THE CLEANEST FUEL FOR No smoke or soot with natural gas heat.' this modern heating moves in, fuel woes out. 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