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[! PACE 2 Use Journal Want Ads GLASSFYRE Complete line of chimney packages Fire sets, grates etc. Screens from $13.95 Carlaon&apos;s Tile & Fireplace Shop on Mt. View II L SIIELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in (ChristmastowL U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington i SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Seniors Taking Employment Interest Tests; Girl's Glee Class Is New At School ton High School band. Kathy, a talented senior, plays the clarinet. Students and SHS alumni en- joyed the entertainment provided at the Homecoming Dance last Friday night. Miss Koenig, the new ninth grade gym teacher, pre- sented folk songs. Having gradu- ated from college in New York last year. this is her first teach- ing assignment. Natural Resource Farm Forester Here/s Named Don Pitzler, Olympia, has re- cently been named Farm Forester in Mason and Thurston emmties for the Department of Natural lesources. Pitzler works with timberland owners helping them with tech- nical liroblems. He has been working in farm forestry work in the Grays Har- bor County are'z for the past 11 years. Pitzler said anyone wanting to get in touch with him can reach him tlfrough the Shelton District office of the Department of Nat- ural Resm|rees. His office le in the Olympia District office of the Department. The farm forester position in the two-county area has been va- cant for several months before his By Molly Murdey Approximately 40 seniors are in the process of taking the Gov- ernment Testing Battery. Those whose future plans do not include college, vocational school or mili- tary service are tested to deter- mine their employment interests and abilities. Before being tested, each stud- ent is interviewed for half an hour on Mondays by a representative from the Employment Security office. The test is taken on Tburs- days in Olympia. Usually eight students go to Olympia each week. These students' names are auto- maritally placed on an nployment list, After receiving there test re- suits, the office is able to inform them of availaJ"le jobs in the area. This system assists students of finding jobs and helps eliminate problems of unemployment. A NEW CLANS has been sub- stituted for an old one in the mu- sic departmem of Shelton High School this year. A girls' glee class has taken the place of the mixed choir class on an experimen- tal basic. In the past few years, few boys were interested in mixed choir, so it was decided to replace it with an all-girl singing group. Next year a boys' glee elub may be available. Pat Havens, director of the new class, commented. "There is much interest and enthusiasm; I expect a good year". Congratnlations to Kathy Young- land, who was recently elected Bandsman of October by the Shel, assignment to it, Pitzler said. I I II I II I II l I HII llll l I COME IN AND SEE ALL THE GREAT NEW FEATURES ON 0UR'64 DODGE BOYS! Thursday, November Beachcombers Garden Club Plans Pancake Dinner For Fund Raising By Jacqueline Engman ALLYN --- The Beachcomber Garden Club is holding a pancake dinner Nov. 16 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at he Belf'dr Comnmnity Church for the raising of the scholarship fund. Adults $1.00 and children under 12 years of age, 65 cents. The PTA bazaar is being held Nov, 16 starting at 9 a.m. at the Belfair grade school gym. onnie Sharer is home from Harrison Memorial Hospital and is reported doing welt. hut still has to take it easy. We ali wish you a real speedy recovery Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown enjoyed spending the weekend with their son David Brown. and two fellow workers. The fellows drove Up frofn their homes in Stockton, Calif, to get oysters. Attention to all Twanoh Grange members! Twanoh Grang will be meeting Friday, Nov. 15 at S p.m. at the Belfair Fire Hall. Twanoh Grange pinochle party was at the LeRoy Dishon home. The high score was won by Stan :Dishon and Emma Dahl. There were three tables played. A very lovely evening was had by all. :BAI[tB/RA I(owalczyk left Fri- day to be weekend guest at Pull- man, of Edana and Diana. Strtek- land. The student body fired dinner was a very big success. It was put on bY North Mason high. The North Mason Junior class rummage Sale was a big success. Dale Van Slyke. son of Mr, and Mrs. Harmon Van Slyke celebrat- ed his ninth birthday with a fam- fly fret,together Friday evening. Mz,. and 2Vlrs, Harmon Van- Nlyke and son plan to spend their Thanksgiving in Spokane with Mrs, Vart S!yke's sister, Mrs. Pen- tlteton, They plan to take their L .., ..... , ..... daughter. Mrs. Senton and her daughter. Victor Cmnmunity Club is hohl- ins a dance Nov. 30 at the Victor Community Hall. Live music. Don- ation admission $1.00 Mr. and Mrs Carl Izett enter- tanned family dinner guests Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Leever and familv. Seattle. and Mr. and Mrs. E. Haley and family of Ta- coma. along" with a Japnese ex- change student which really made the. visit very inte:'esting and en- joyable, all he!pinff to celebrate their grandson's birthday. Sn 4 Gone C, Watson recmved orders from the U.S Army to leave Thursday to go to Kentucky where he will he attending- school for heavy eqnipment diesel and mechanics. A farewell family din- ner 'was held in l.heir home Sat- tu'day. Good luclL Oenc! MR. AND MILS. lIEN Harding and family entertained dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Park of Seattle who are Mrs. Rex Harding's aunt and mmle. Remember Wednesday, Nov. 20. the Birthday Club meets at Sally Pelons. The Allyn Victor and Grapeview Beachcombers will be meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14 at the home of Mrs..Carl Iett. The Cornucopia 4-H meeting was held Tuesday after school. which was their business meeting. Five new members were admitted. The projects Offered this year are Home Grounds. Gardening, Sewing and rabbit projects. The sewing classes are every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at June Harding's. The business meeting is the first Tuesday o--f every month. An entertainment committee was also elected. Chah'- man is Rennin Sharer. Donna Dish- on, David Harding and Barbara Buckendorf assisting chairmen. Agate Grange Elects Officers At 'Regular Meeting Last Friday By Betty Ann Shore home of the Dale Varren's of PIONEER -- The Agate Grange Centralia. held its annual lction of offi-I JOHN VANDERWAL is re- cers during their meeting last Friday night. Those elected to of- fices were Master. Henry Vv'arnes; Overseer Jack Shero; Stewart, John Whetham; Lecturer. Rose Varnes; Home Ec. Chairman, Vera Troy; Assistant Stewart, Clive Troy; Treasurer, Jalmer Auseth; Secretary, Flossie Auseth; Chaplin, Edna Longan; Gatekeeper, Ches- ter Chapman; Ceres. Pearl Vand- erWal; Pomona, Elsie VanderWal; Flora. Ilma Hamilton; Lady As- sistant Stewart, Betty Ann Shero; Executive Board Committee for three years:"'l'Jones;, and Mus- ieian Vera Troy. "The Pioneer PTO Open House November 5 was attended by a good number of parents who found a great deal of preparation was made by the teachers and stud- ents in anticipation of their visit. The second grade mothers served coffee and cookies to the guests. The next PTO meeting will be held December 3. The Vic Auseth's of Leeds Loop Road were Sunday visitors in the ported to be coming along very well in his recovery following a recent heart attack. The school children enjoyed their day off in observance of Veter- an's Day and the admission of the Territory of Washington in 1889 to the United States. Mrs. Les Johnson has substitut- ed in Pioneer school two days for Mrs. Sue Mroz. the third and fourth grade teacher who has been ill with a cold. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shero and boys drove to Castle Rock last Sunday to help Betty Ann's sister d her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Agren observe their 251h wedding anniversary. They also visited in the Cliff Shero home in Castle Rock and the Glenn Austin home of Chehalis. The Shero's ar- rived at the Agren home just in time to see the last of four bull elk being carried out of the woods. all of which had been shot about one mile behind their home. The Agren's had shot one of the bulls and neighbors.the other three. HARY H. KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS Student Body Plans Rummage SMe; Cabinets Planned In New School Building The Mary M. Knight Student David Creamer. a lwo point Body is sponsoring a rulnn]age dressing out at 120 lbs.. taken in sate for a money-lnaking project at the ohl Journal office in Shel- ton Nov. 22-23. Such iteyn: as clothing, shoc. dishes, kitchen utensils, and hoyyse- hold items are needed by the committee. The articles should be clean Anyone inlcrested should have I donations at the school by Nov 20. Nancy Stodden. Barbara Spal- ding, Mne Cockburn. and David Valley will be in clmrge of get- ling transportation for people who cannot brink their donations to the school. Art Bonnet has been contracted to byliht cabineLs roy" the new school. Tim cabinets will 1)e mqde of Birch ':m,i will be large enough to hold ail the books and other school supplies which will be need- ed. Each room. for grades 1 thru 8. will have a sink in addition to the cabinets. The senmr class is going to the emph)yment office Thursday, Nov. 21 for vocational counseling. Tests will be giveu to each student to determine at what jobs he will be successful. Since the tests are quite long the class will not get back until 5 p.m. SEVERAL OF TII1C classes saw films which help explain their work. The U.S History class watched "The Biography of Lin- coln" and "Johnson and the Re- construction". Two films explain- ing the subject, were shown to the geometry class. The shop class watched "Safety in the Shop" and "Use of the Hammer and the Saw". The world history class saw several films about the world from 600 to 1200 A.D. The Girls' League had a suc- cessful day when they sponsored the "Hunter's Lunch" last week. Besides receiving compliments about the food, they profited about $25. During the morning the jun- ior high girls were handling the work. Five high school girls-- Donna Owen, Jackie Landis, Carol Owen, Barbara Owen and Margin McGarvie--served from 2 to 8 p.m. As deer season comes to a close. many stories of the one that got away have been told by students at MMK. The following' is a list of hunters and the ones that didn't get away. Jerry West, a threepoint buck. dressing out at 145 pounds, at the Trenekmann ranch. Bill Trenekmann, a three point buck. dressing out at 195 lbs., above the Trenekmann ranch. Jerry DeFoer. a doe dressing out at 80 lbs.. across from the Mary M. Knight school. Dave Valley, a spike, dressing pot at 85 lbs. taken in the Decker- ville area. Stet Palmer. a grouse, ill the Camp 5 area. Leroy Valley, a spike, dressing out at 90 ibs., taken in the Deek- erville area. Tom Jefferies, a doe. dressing out at 80 lbs.. taken in the Schafer State Park area. ONLY 20 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS - for family portraits at Dean's. (Adv'.) lhe Sch;/fer State Pa]k area. GRAI)E SCIi()()L NEIVN 'Iy Donnll ()lVeI1, lsl & 2rid Grades: Mrs, Kil- lotgh's first grade class was thrill- ed by the arrival of a new stud- ont. Terry Richard. this week. Their class has just finished it seventh pre-primer reading b,)ok and they are starting (m their first primer. everal of the first and second graders have been absent with the flu but most of them are back now and we hope lhey'll conlinue to be well. The clqss is decoy'aLine their room with turkeys, pumpkins, and leaves for Thanksgiving. 3rd &-lth Gr'ldes: The third and fom.th grade class has been work- in very hard this week on a play they plan to give at the next PTO meeting, today. The drama ]s "The Landing of the Pilgrims." Tbe class has /{uiit its own May- flower and several Indian homes. 5th & 6th Grades: The fifth and sixth grade class is busy putting Thanksgiving decorations up in their classroom for the PTO today. 7lh & 8th Grades: The seventh and eighth grade football game with Moclips, scheduled for Oct. 25 has been postponed indefinate- ly because of rain. The school had quite a scare last week, Kenny Howard, a sev- enth grader was hint in a wrest- ling bout. He was taken to the hospital for obsmwation but was found to have only bruises and pulled muscles. Two eighth grade girls, Janice Gwinnett and Francis Trimble, helped in serving at the Girls' Leaghe luncheon Nov. 2. Agnes E. Taken By Agnes E. Carls, m, a ident of helton, tober 30 in a local Carlson was ho}n in ruarv 13 1908 md nll of P_ov life She her passing. The flu,era, soy'viCe 1 fit 11 a.m. Batstone Fm]eral was in Shot\\;on SurvivoYs include Alvin "Babe" son. Wayne, Shclton; Aorta Reed, Gi o Mr.. Alma Olson, She Mars Rites The funeral service rite \\;Vay, Rt. 3 BoX held at 10 a.m. Batstone Funeral vice will be Christian Science dll be in the IOOF Mrs. \\;Vay was born of \\;Va shington She passed away a General hospital morning. She leaves her Shelton: two daughte ty Armstrong, Beverly Bond, grandehildren and grandchildren ; two Myrtle Brown, Cora Chapas, Seattle Oscar Bullock, Los EMMA CALLED ]BY Death called Emma Wednesday morning rest home. Mrs. im Nebraska Her daughter, Strong, is a Funeral arran been made at press Real Bargai ill USED FURNITUR Olsen Furniture Co. 328 Cota St. / / / FTIENDLIER. G-IP FR A GOOD SHAI< IIII II 6ee our great Dodge Boys soon. 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