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HARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS Miss Marian Johnson Is New Librarian; Progress Seen In Swimming Classes By Tom Dale students during the summer Miss Mazan Johnson has a- months. Fund Raising Sale is Planned By Horth mason Elementary By ,Ia('queline Engman runs/c/an, Raehaet 13rown. ALLYN .... The Elementary P. next meeting will be held The Nov. sumed the duties of librarian and remedial reading teacher, replac- ing rs, Hummil who resigned because of poor health. Miss Johnson has a bachelor of step, learning to get into the water Science degree from the Univer- sity of Puget Sound, in addition she has, done post graduate work at Washington State University. Before coming to MMK Miss Johnson taught in both Mason and King counties: she has tutored $helton Junior and Senior high Mr. Moriah Lodge F. & A. M. No. 11 Called Communication THURSDAY, NOV. 7 -- 7:30 P.M. Glen R. ttufnait, W.M. Arnold Cheney, Secretary BESIDES HAVLNG fun at the T.A. will be meeting tonight at swimming classes, the students 8 p.m. at Belfair elementary Gym. are really improving their skill. The teachers will explain the old The beginning classes are. step by and new methods being used and with enough skill and confidence to slay above the water. A few of them are about ready to work with the sdvanced class. Compe- tition is used in the advanced class to improve speed and endurance. This year's Girls League seems to have been given a new spark of energy; they sent a represen- tative to Student Council and have completed several money making projects. The latest was the "Hun- ter's Lunch" which was held Sa- turday, Nov. 2. From planning to advertising it was sponsored en- tirely by the Girls League. Althou gl Leroy Valley has never missed a dy of school he will not be fit for any vigorous exercise in the near' future, He suffered a broken ankle during lunch hour recently. It is hope that he will re- cover in time to participate in the various sports this year. ast year Leroy lettered in basketball, baseball and track. JOIN NOWl :]964 SEAFIRST CHRISTMAS CLUB HERE'S HOW IT WORKS Rece|ve Eady Next November* .... $ 25:00 . , . . $ 50.00 $100 O0 .... $15o.oo .... $250.OO .... $500.00 $ o.so .... $1.oo .... $ 2.00 .... $ 3:oo .... $ s.oo .... $10.00 .... "Plus full bank/nerest taught at school. All parents are urged to attend. Elementary P.T.A. is tmlding a Fund raising sale starting Nov 16 at 9 a.m. at the Belfair Ele- mentary Gym. This sale will in- clude Christmas cards. Christmas wrap, sta:ionery specialty candy, gift items, and rummage. nyone having rummage may contact Mrs. Walter Scott Jr. CR 5-5856. Let's help make this a big success and help support our elementary P.T. A. A doll with wardrobe and suit- case is the prize being offered by the Victor Ladies Club. The doll will be on display Nov. 23 at Po- pe's Shopping Center in Belfair, Anyone wishing to purchase tick- ets may contact Bev Archer. Pat Schillinger, Marilyn Enochs, Em- ma Dahl. Helen Yoshihara, an d Pauline Bradley. The drawing will be held December 14th at 2 p.m. at Pope's Shopping Center at Bei- fair. ' Don't forget Sunday school at 9:45 a,m. Church at 11 a.m. and evening services at 6i30. Lets help 'our Allyn Community Chm'ch grow and expand. TUESDAY NIGHT was the Women's Commercial Bowling "League rHalloween party. They howled in o costume and a wonder- ful Limes was had by all. Doug Knutsen is in the marine hospital in Seattle. Due t 9 back surgery he is in a full body cast and is not expected home for se- veral months. We feel he would appreciate cards and letters. Mr. and Mrs, Frank White and family manager of the Allyn House Sanitarium have moved to Belfair. Nice to hear Joe Smith is up and reported doing well. The replenishing showerffor this month was given in honor of Bar- bara Stormo. There were twelve members attending. Barb served ham and cheese sandwiches carrot salad ,and pumpkin pie. She recei- ed many lovely gifts including several baby gifts for their latest addition to their family. Susie Van Osten was choosen the next to be honored for the re- plenishing shower which will be held Nov. 14. Twanoh Grange members held their election of officers Nov, 1. The officers elected were as fol- lows: master. Harold Brown: over- seer. FredLewis; lecturer, Claire Lop/ore; home ec., Emma Dahl; steward, Lee Lop/ore; assistant steward. Stan Dishon; chaplain, Alfreda Lockwood; treasurer, Jim Yoshihara; secretary, Dorothy Harper; gate keeper, Gregory %Volffe; ceres. Helen Yoshihara; pamona, Gladys Ames; florist. Vi- 15, The Twanoh (3r:,nTe Pinochle party will be held at the homc of Mr. and Mrs. LeEoy Dishan. to- night at 8 p.m, Open to everyone. Reservaticms requested. Calt Mrs. Fred Lockwood 26-601G. Mr. and Mrs. IIarold Brown and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dishon spent a lovely evening square (lancing at the Bethel Grange HM1 in vort Orchard with the Odds and Ends Square dancers Twanoh Grange members are gathering rummage for a sale which will be coming np soon. Anyone having rummage may eon- atet Mrs. Fred Lockwood. Mrs. Lee Loplore or Mrs. Reg Engman. THE HOBO CLVB OF VICTOR met at Betty Edwards. Oct. 23. Barb Dahls birthday was celebrat- ed by the five members attending. They usually play gaines with prizes but to change their enter- tainment somewhat, they made Lazy Susans out of oyster shells , and for decorations they used small sea shells and etc. for the finishing touch they sprayed them with copper paint. A very enjoy- ab!e evening was reported. Their next meeting will be Nov. 27 at that time they plan to go ice skat- ing in Tacoma Victm' Community Club held a card party with dancing and lunch afterward Saturday evening. A real nice time was had by all The Junior Class of North Ma- son High School is holding a rummage sale Nov. 9 at the old journal building in Shelton on rail- road avenue. Anyone having rum- mage may call Mrs. Bev. Archer CR 5-4176. Mr. and Mrs. Chef Dove and family of Pnyallup spent the even- ing at the Don Beeson home for dinner Friday, brother of Mrs. Dan Beeson. Weekend guests at the Van Ost- en home were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burr from Denver, Colo. They ar- rived Friday afternoon and left Sunday evening. The Van Ostens and guest spent a lovely evening Saturday dining and dancing along with Mr. and Mrs, Carl Hurch. Psalms Provides Scie.tis! Tefl The following passage from Psalms (37:23) will be read at this Sunday's serwces at the Shel- ton First Church of Christ. Scien- tist. "The steps of a. good man are ordered by the Lord: and he deIighteth in his way." The Bible Lesson is entitled "Ad- am and Fallen Man." Related readings from the text- book, "Science and I-Iealth with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, incmde: "We must look where we would walk. and ola Newkirk; lady assistant stew-  we must act as possessing all afdess, Pauline Bradley; 3yr. e,pbg'er from Him in wh,m] we have SHELTOH HI(IH SCHOOL KEWS New Cafeteria Opens This Week; Homecoming Activities Slated For Friday Afternoon ly Molly ]tu'(ley which will be displayed at the committee, Le Roy Dishon; and Gtudcnts n]vv .'Roon he eating in the new cafeteria in the Itced building. The cafeteria opened " - ( Reed btlih]ing .V(,.hles ,ay. The new cafeteria, which will be staffed by eight or nine cooks: will Supply foo:l fm Evergreen. Bordeaux and Mt. View. besides the high school. The junto1 high will now have a eafetccia :-s the students will em in tl;e high school mfflti-pur- pose rootTl, where the senior high students ace eating now The new cafeteria with its modern equip- ment wiq a(:cc;mooate abollt 200 students a[ a tm]e. TO|OR|{O%V the Highelimbers will meet the Ea,st Bvemerton Knights !n the annual homecom- ing game on Loop Field. All ahnn- n] are invited to attend Thcre will be a special home- coming assembly Friday afternoon where the homecoming queen and her two princesse will be an- nomecd. &lthoug'h the royalty was chosen by the football team last -Monday, the names will be kept secret until tomorrow. Entertain- ment. including a Pep Chlb skit and a nnmber by a group of sen- ior girls, Ires been planned for this assembly. The queen and her com't will be crowned at the half-time of the game. The Girls' Chlb will sponsor a dance after the game in the multi-purpose room The Pep Club is in charge of the decorations for the dance and the assembly. Sue Mallory m gen- eral chairman of the affair. As- sisting Sue are Terri Turner. eor- cnation chairman: Ginna Correa, gym decorations, and Marcia Smith. grandstand decorations. Cheryl Bead is responsible for decorating the queen's throne, dance. 5{al'ie K?]eeland is in charge of decorating the gogd post with the scho.'fl c.olors. With so many students devoling their time to this project there is ]]o doubt that the 1963 homecoming fes- tivities Sll',)tll(I he a big success. AN OPEN IIOUSE presented jointly by the jmlior and senior high schools will be Nov. 1-t. The rooms in the Angle building will be open at 7:30 p.m. Parents will have an opportunity to meet the teachers Fred see tile class roonls. Ernest Timpani, superintendent of the new eo,Tectional institution. will be ;,he main speaker at the proRram which will begin at 8:30 I p.m. in the gymnasium. At 9 p.m. a soctal hour will be held in tile multi-purp,mc room of the new building. CONGIIATULATIONS to the members of the. junior play cast! Their performances of "Dear Ruth" were enjoyed by the student body earlier this week ] :[: The Latin Club should also be congratulated for producing its first isste of "Sibylline Leaves" Oct. 29. More about that next week. STUDENT HONORED Nancy Briggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Briggs, Shelton, was one of the students at the Uni- versity of Washington presented with certificates of high scholar- ship at the Associated Students Scholarship banquet at the Student Union building recently. Students L receiving the awards had main- tained an A- or better grade aver- age during the previous year's work. HOOD CAflAL SCHOOL NEWS I School Visits By Parents Suggested For National Education Week Next Week Next week is National Educa- tion "/\\;reek so those who are inter- ested in the schools and our citi- zens of the future will find them- selves welcome at any school in the district. No formal open house is planned but anyone who wishes to see a working school in its day- to-day activities would do well Lo stop by. Please call at the office. Conferences and visits with the teachers can be arrang'ed after 2:30 p.m for the In/mary grades nnd after 3 p.m. for 4th through 9th grades. If a serious confer- ence i,u wishecl it would be wise to arrange with the teacher or I Principal in advance. This is time- ly because report cards are out November 6 for the first quarter. The Halloween party last Thurs- day nicdt was a great success but the-PTA movie on Friday did not do as well as was expected. Bad the attendance down. There was some profit, however. MRS. JO ANNE GRUBB is forc- ed to announce that the plan to provide 30 minutes of du@-free lunch time for the Primary teach- ei's will not be feasable. A few mothers could help but not en- ough to put the plan across. This is unfortunate because Primary pupils require constant supervision and the teacher's lunch time suf- fers. As the State recommends this duty free Ume we hope that in the future some money can be provided for this purpose. Mr. Coles and his passengers are anticipating, with eagerness, the delivery of a new bus for the Un- ion run. The old bus has been over- crowded and is in need of an en- gine overhaul. It will be used as a standby bus after some work. We hope Mr. Kembel will have the new our being" Ip.2g4). weather and othez activities kept bus for us this week. Southside Elects Hew Officers By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTH SIDE - Mill Creek "What Nots" 4-H club met at Dell Simpson's home Oct 30 for the first meeting of the new year. Election of officers was held. New officers are: president, Marvin La- Chance: vice president. Pete el- son; secretary, Dorothy Gunter: treasurer. Vicki LaChance; report- or, Linda Dittman; historian. Ther- esa aaChanee: program, Marvin Simpson; membersbip, Janette Gmlter: recreation. Renee Simp- son and Etta Swearinger; com- nmnity serwce, Larch Simpson; ways and means, Rita Swearinger and Diane Obremski. and sergeant of Arms. RiLa Swearinger. The meeting was adjourned and re- freshments were served. Arcadia vohmteer fire depart- ment No, 4 fire meeting will be held Nov. 12 at Southside. Skookum Ladies' Club meets at the home of Mrs. A1 Lord on Nov, 14 VISITORS of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kriefels and Sheryl spending the weekend were Mrs. Te, d Ellis and children of Puyalllup. "Four Leaves" 4-H members met at the home of Mrs. Bakke on Oct, 24. Vice president Beverly Trotzer called the meeting to or- der and Robin Bakke led the flag salute. Members worked on their record books and discussed about working at the carnival. Treasur- er's report is $6.80. The next meeting will be held Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walt torcd to Seattle Mrs. Stack's who has been in the Seattle. Roniea F1 eeman, of Mr. and Mrs. confirmed at church ternoon. ' SLopping by at the cha's Mondas,, were Charles Botts. SHOW TIRES. HEW RE:GAPS See The 1964 . . they're dependable Used Gars 1961 CHEV. CorvMr 4 dr ................. $ 1959 RAMBLER 6 Sta. Wagon ........ $ 1957 PLYMOUTH Sta. Wagon 8 cyl. std. trans, 1953 PONTIAC 4 Door 1953 MERCURY ........................... 1953 PLYMOUTH Stick ................ 1954 MERC Htp. Sharp ........................ We still have a few left-over '63's. Special deals on these cars. 1963 DART Station Wagon Std. Trans. 1963 880 4 dr. 1963 DART Convertible Several Older Cars PAULEY HOTOR$ Front & Railroad keeping watch over the line that serves your home Important members o the El Paso Natu- -- ral Gas Company team are the people who / patrol the pipeline, keeping car/slant watch / to make sure your supplies of natural gas : are not interrUpted. TMsis done'on foot, , by truck and by horse. And in rugged terrain, the airplane comes into itsown. Flying low, the pilot and observer watch over the;ipeline right-of-way. They keep a con'standio check with operating ]eadqudters, ntldpating and correcting potential trouble before it happens. The resul is reliable, year-around service for / you, to hea your home, cool it in summer with gas air conditioning, supply hal water,  cooking, clothes drying and other services.* There's a motivating force that keeps this pipeline team operating smoothly. It's service. They're interested ii you. EL PA00O NATURAL 6AS COMPANY Through its pipelines, El Paso Natural supplies wholesale gas service to retail natural gas distributors in WASHINGTON o OREGON IDAHO ARIZONA CALIFORNIA COLORADO NEVADA, REW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH WYOMING *ln Washlngton retail gas distr]buUon companies are: CASCADE NATURAL GAS ORPORATION NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMpANy o THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY , WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY