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PAGE 2 i SIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chrisimasiown, U.S.A.", ghelkon, Washington Thursday, November 2i ay i   r lU HONDA BIKES R HERE HEDRICK'S +, HOOD CANAL SCHOOL HEWS School Board Discusses Plans For New Multi-Purpose Building; Funds Accumulating The school board of directors at Because of the many school func- a regular meeting passed on ares- Lions they will not be available olution that the construction of a Iuntil after Christmas. He would multi-purpose building is necessary, prefer a week's advance notice if in the district's educational pro- possible. Contact the Junior High gram. The Hood Canal Junior High has temporary accreditation and re- ceives additional state money equal to one-fifth times the actual days attendance in the seventh eighth and ninth grades and thus an extra teacher unit. The board of direc- tors feels that this Multi-Purpose gym is necessary to first assure lhe level of education to meet standards of the State Board of office or Mr. Coulter personally. The Ninth grade fund raising project is selling of sweat shirts. These are blue. short sleeved with a zipper neck. and carry the dis- trict name . white. The price will be $2.60. Anyone interested can contact Peter Cossette. Mr. Bryant, or Mr. Crumb and place an order. The Juhior High elected cheer leaders last wec.': Mary Lynn Av- Education and secondly to assure accreditatmn. Secondarily this ac-I ey' Chris Fellstrom. BeLLe Cowan. and Sylvia Sund were chosen. Con- credilation brings approximately 1 gratulations. $12.000 additioual each year to this   ................................. district. ,.o +o, +.,. + +,+o. Skokomish Valley \\; MODEL imately $41.000 in th building NO. 3812RI funll and is almost assured of $29,000 from the City of Tacoma YOU'LL B, AMAZED-.Gibson towards this proposed project At People .,,=..m*A"a Frost Clear Deluxe Refrigera- present an extensive effort is be- tor-Freezergivesyouthemagic ink made to sell the district's sur- of frostless refrigeration at a plus property located in Hoods- price even lower than most port forg0percentof its appraised C0,venti0n ordinarycyc edefrostrefriger- value or $27,500: When this prop- ators. EverydaywillseemJikea crty is sold the money will be holiday when you can forget added to the building fired. Jim By Mary Valley defrosting forever with your Shumate, from the Hood Canal SKOKOMISH -- Sunday, Nov. FrostClearDeluxe.TeGibson Real Estate, is a tso making an ef- 24, there will be a dedication ser- Frost Clear Deluxe has 12.43 fort to sell the Union school prop- Vice of the Skokomish Community CU. ft. capacity and the freezer erty which would certainly be a holds 98.4 pounds of frozen good investment for someone; and KnautzChUrch atof 2,theP.m.SheltonReV. EugeneBaptist food. Less than 5 feet tail and this money would also go into the Church will open with scripture building fund. and preyer. There will be special only 297/8 inches wide. THE BOARD of directors fur- misic and s peaker durjn'g the af-  therz'eslved that the district Will tel;nn they will be Waltr Nel" hold a special election in March. son, SeatUe, Rev. Rol BtiY'g, Board- 1964 to have the voters decide man, Ore., and Rev. Wallace Bell. whether oz' not to raise the nec- Vaughn, all former pastors of the +y a+o-- + + + +.... oo_+. struct the needed Multi-Purpose Bremerton. A reception will f01- gym. From some of the comments lbw the dedication service atLd eL cordial ifiVitation is extended to that were made during the meet- everyone. ing it would appear that there are some folk of the district that are Mr and Mrs. George Barky MAKESALLOTHERSOBSOLETE grossly misinformed and lack and Mr and Mrs, Chester Valle" --Gibson's Frost Clear system knowledge on the subject of this attended the 97th National Grange iS the simplest and most de- district becoming a high school Convention in Portland, Ore., d pendableforfrostlessrefriger- district. The board of directors of report a very interesting time. alien, One coil. One fan. One the Hood Canal District does not The Community Club will racer control Fewer parts mean no have any plans for this district tonight at 8 p.m. due to Thanks- service problems, higher effi- having a high school now or in the "iving coming on the regular ciency, lower operating costs, near future. If anyone were to in- meeting night. telligently pursue this subject it There will be a Tlanksgiving TAKE 3 MINUTES would be found that a new law service at the Community Church, ..... That's all it takes was passed in the 1963 Legisla- Thursday, Nov. 28 at 9:30 a.m. '/ for the amazing Lure whi'ch is RCW 43.63&40 as Mr. and Mrs,. Ted Richert had Gibson Frost Clear: tffended by hapter 32 and would as their, g'uest i'm's1: Week, Miss ':\\; demonstration.  aqt tmt"the Hood Canal area Darby Burkart of North Vanc0u- Come in today, see is manj: many years away in es- ver, B.C. Other visitors on Sunday the magic of Frost Clear for tablishing a high school, vere Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richert yourself, during our Special One part of the law states that nd family of Tumwater. .... ' ..... !401iday promotion, the enrollment shall be at least WE ARE,HAPPY to report Mrs. 400 students for grades nine ?alvin Gravatt is home after some $-- l AdlZ4l W/T through 12. At present this dist-time in the hospital due to major riot has 42 ninth graders, surgery. WITH ALL TIlE IIEAVY rains Sunday evening visitors at the we have had recently, the clearing hester Valley home were Mr. and on the football and track field is Mrs. Tom Lozier, Mr, and Mrs. progressing as well as can be ex- Henry Lozier of Tumwater and heHUl[[g;llx' peeled. The board indicated that Mr and Mrs. George Valley and LEMWA00REH no further action on improve-anofIslandLake. mens to the clearing will be doe Miss Carolyn Pierce of Newport, until the directors can inspect the re.. spent a week with her sis- land after the Middle Skokomish qr and family, :rv[r. and Mrs. Joe nvl lg u iiL'r:-era':0- Improvement Club has completed 3ourgualt. Other visitors at the [he clearing and leveling. Bourgault home over the weekend The district's music program has vere Mr. and Mrs. John Dunkel Second at CoLa progressed to the point where Mr. ,rid faintly of Seattle and Mrs. Phone 426-2445 Coulter wilt be able to have his Bourgault's cousin. Mr and Mrs. choir perform at public functions. "ore" Holmes of-Little Rock. - The Women's Club met in the mine of "Mrs. Virginia Bourgault Order now . . . truly personal! n .Wednesday for a potluck lunch .... -  fith 10 members present. PHOTO GREETING CARDS Mr. and Mrs Arnold Jaeot of Jayshore entertKtned at a birth- day dinner on Sunday' in hoor of Mrs. Jacot's father, Mr. Leo Van Cleave and Timothy Van Cleave. Mrs. Joan Hunter spent the last weekend at: the University of Oi'e- gon in horsemanship training. Grange will meet this Friday evening at 8 p.m. The annual elec- tion of officers will be held at this meeting so please corn-. Berberel Norlh Maven Kiwanian President BELFAIR North Mason Ki- NEW DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM wanians elected Ed Berbm:et as Black and White Color 1964 president Bert Striekland As 41 41 1 As 4R first vice president, George Ca- Low i1---- Low ,4Prq key second vice president, and As alhllli Z iAs iGpiANiii ivan H Holm secretary-treasurer WITH ENVELOPES at last weeks annual balloting'. Z|EGLER'S CAM Next year's directors include Ro- bert Johnson. Owen Calloway, cl Cokelet Sr., Glen Miller, William 124 North 2nd St. Phone 426-6163 Griffith. Paul MacKay, and Frank White. I You'll agree Butter i)} makes better \\; No substitute can match the flavor and i ; nutritious goodness of Darigold Sweet ii  Cream Butter. Cookies, cakes 'n all your  . baking will taste better with Dargold ;!:!i:: i:. Butter.  ...... '::+i .\\; ;  O.t 'Ou'r eo'or o' /"VOS',e" ,let" Dayton Traveling Pinochle Club 00eets Saturday Evenzng By Mahei Ki(hl DAYTON -- The Traveling Pin- ochle Club met Saturday evening '.n the George Chapin home in Lil- liwaup. High winners were Tavia and Ralph Killough, low Margu- erite Lemke and Ed Valley, trav- eling pinochle went to Tavia KiN lough and Archie Lemke. The next meeting will be in the Shelton home of Mr. and Mrs. 3ira Booth December 7. Mrs. James Hickson has return- ed home after visiting her mother. Mrs. Bert Sanchez and son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Lan- ders of Aiamosa. Cole..and also a friend, Adah Burnham. On the way home she visited her sister, t'h's. Dell'4 Smart and her daugh- sons. Dennis and Keith were Sun- day hmcheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs. Thursday Mrs. Walter Chappell accompanied by Mrs. Warren Cart of Shelton attended a stork show- er for Mrs. Daniel O'Lcary in the hmne of Mrs. Michael O'Leary, Satsop. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard and sons were Sunday evening callers in the William Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and Bill visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts at f Airway Courts. The Robert Leman family mo- tored to Tacoma Sunday a.fternoon and visited with Mr. and Mrs. B:)b Young and daughter. Ler Mrs. May Heuston of Denver 1 Mr. L A. Todd celebrated his whom: she hadn't seen for 30 years, 1 birthday Nov. 10 and had as din- at Pueblo. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin net' guests Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Briggs, old friends not seen for IIardy and children. Mr. and Mrs. 25 years. She' says she is real A1 Frazier and boys, Mr. and Mrs. happy to be home and see a little rain and greenery. Caroline Chappell celebrated her sixth birthday on Nov. 18. She shared cupcakes and Dixie cups with her class at school. Mrs. Pete Roberts spent a few lays last week with her sisters, Mrs. Ted Monson of Renton and firs. Vernon Stonefelt and Mrs. Iohn Gates of Kirkland. She was joined Saturday by her husband and =on. and they spent the night in the Ted Men,on home IiDA] DINNER guests of Mr. and lIrs. John Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Gene AnderSon of Shel- ton. Tuesday ven]ng callers in the hore bf Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Don I-terrick of Kamilche A Sunday caller in the Fritz Iuechel home was Mrs. Charles Diesen of Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs and Alvin Todd of Shelton and Mrs. Robert Todd and sons of Port Or- chard. The Ran Moore family motSred to Tacoma and visXed with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cress; Mr and Mrs. Everett L. Wagener and Mrs. Eva Crawley and daughter and grandson 5LkRDELLA AND Leslie "Wor- thy observed their 13th birthday Nov. 14 and had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McQuillin and children. Richard Worthy, stationed at Fort Sill, Okla.. called his mo- ther Mrs Delores Nichols Sun- day evening to inform her that he was scheduled to leave for Korea. Houseguests of Mr. and M_rs. L. A. Todd are Mr. and Mrs. %Ves Todd of Monmouth, Ore. Wednesday evening callers in the William Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and chil- dren. Lake Hahwatzel Prepares For Final Weekeed 0f Deer Huntieg By Joann Tupper LAKE NAHWATZEL With elk hunting season closed, and ex- tended b.e.aon opening. Satur- clay and ns tllroug-'lV0ny, the hunters who haven't got"l;hr buck will still' have an opportunity this weekend. The resort will be open earlier than usual for the con- venience of the deer hunters on Saturday, Sunday and Monday mgrmngs. One of the hunters who stopped at the resort; last Saturday after- noon introduced himself as Bill Black, a former owner of the Matlock store. He is now in the Real Estate business in Parkland. a suburb of Tacofna, where he lives with his family. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Al- lan Hickson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Haddock of Matlock. Visiting the Hicksons last Stin- day afternoon was Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Isbell of Shelton. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Ford attended the Veterans of World War I District meeting, held at the Memorial Hall in She!ton last Sunday. Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. F E. Hewson lunched in Shelton with Mr. Mark Nick01s of Hood River, Ore.. and his son. Dick. Niokois is MTs. Hewsolf*J brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spz'tnger visited in the home of Mr. an Mrs. Fred Sprilger of 'Bznon last Sunday. Saturday dinaer guests at the hmne of Mr. and Mrs. Hector B,r- bour was Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sel- lers of Brady. MrS. Arehie Kelley spent the {weekend in Seattle at the home of her sister ],{rs. Clara Pearsalt. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper was Mr. and Mrs. Franz Kucklack of Seattle. The Lake Nahwatzel Volunteer Fire Association truck responded to.a call at the Roe Franklin res- idence laxt Wedr/esday morning. On arrival there they found noth- ing more serious than a burned- out pump motor which had made considerable smoke. Tuppers' Resogt wishes to thank the unidentified person who re- ported the plight of Alan Tupper on Thursday evening when the boat he was duck hunting in tipped over in the middle of the lake. He was picked up'-6y Butch Margeson of the lake with another boat and we wish also to thank him for his assistance in helping to prevent a tragedy. CLOSE-OUT Off HEW "63" HOBELS With 5 Year--50,000 Mile Warranty VALIANT V-100 4 Door Sedan Heater - Standard Transmission Underseal - Padded Dash. Save $250.00 NOW $1,998.65 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 4 Door Sedan Radio-Heater - Automatic Transmission Power Steering - Lots of other extras Save $500.00 NOW $2,777.70 TOP QUALITY USED CARS STATION WAGON '59 CHEVROLET PARKWOOD 6 Passenger Radio-Heater - Automatic - Power Steering Reconditioned - Real Clean $1,395.00 HARY H. KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS Basketball Practice Is Starting; Work Continues On Rummage Sale By Tom Dale The fund-raising z'ummage sale will be held on schedule Nov. 22 and 23 at the old Journal office i Shelton. David Valley. chair- man. reports many items have been collected fro' sale. POI{'I' NEW Official basketball turnouts started Monday, Nov. 8. \\;Vith 10 returning lettermen to bolster hopes, season's expectations are running high. Regular hoop ses- sions have been scheduled aL 3:30 on Mondavs, Wednesdays, and Fri- days, and at 7:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Coach Carter strong- ly urges everyone to participate. The Owlettes have slal'ted dril- llng; they are taking a very op- tomistie attitude toward their sea- son outcome Eight girls possess a block "'K" earned last year m court action. Coach Nellie Chap- pell isn't expressing any opin- i ions. however, we think they will do well. and here's wishing both squads luck. P.T.O. Thursday, Nov. 14. a PTO meet- ing, and open house, was held at the school. After the meeting the parents attended a program by the third and fourth grade stud- ents. Also, films depicting ceremo- ial dances of the Indian Tribes of North Eastem Montana were shown by Mr. Sweeney. Monday, Nov. 18, the Board of Directors met and transacted the following business. The board signed a resolution setting aside $1,500 to be added to the bus reserve fund This brought the total to $2,500. During the meeting they okayed the use of the school by the newly organized Boy Scout troop for their weekly meetings The board went over the training rules and agreed that all students trying out for athletics should follow the rules. The school directors studied the building program and ai;e satis- fied with the progress. They are toking forward to a February 15 completion. County Commissioners granted to the District forestry money which amounted to $4,150.00. The moey will be put into the build- ing .fund. School directors requested a meeting with teachers during the school year in order to discuss the "Hows and Whys" of our educa- tional program. LIABILITY INSURANCE was discussed. This included liability of the school in ease of accidents on the grounds, in buses and dur- ing school sponsored activities. As a result the insurance was raised for $15,000 to $100,000 for each person; from $30,000 to $300,000 tor each oeeurance; and from $5,- 000 to $25,000 for property dam- age. This will bring an $18.20 increase in the annual premium. The responsibility of the person nel to give immediate first-aid covers only minor accidents. When additional medical attention is needed, a physician will be called Lack of supervision may consti- tute negligence on the part of the district. To avoid negligence, all personnel should gamrd against any situation that would lead to an accident. It was also suggested to have basic first-aid taught in all the classes. GRADE SCHOOL NEWS By Donn Owen All the classrooms were open for visitation at the PTO meeting, Thursday, Nov. 14 The parents were able to see the decorating and some of the class work that the students had done 3rd & 4th Grades The third and fourth grade class gave their play, "Landing of the Pilgrims". for PTO Thursday night They gave the play again the following morning for the whole school. The play was very good and everyone enjoyed it. 5th & 6th Gmdes Larry Waiters. a class member, is in the hospital because of an injury he suffered when he fell on Slale Gapilol Museum Diredor Visils :UniOn Robert Carpenter, newly ap- pointed director of the State Cap- itol Museum. was a visitor at Un- ion.last Sunday. He was on a bus- mess and pleasure trip with the thought in mind of new talent. and paintings for the season's art exhibits Carpenter. also was in quest ot paintings of the now world-famous Mark Tobey, to borrow of owners for an all-Tobey show for the month of February at the Muse- urn. Mark Tobey is again abroad with plans somewhat indefinate as to his return to the states an Seattle his home. Later an entire and month-long exhibit of Morris Graves' paint- ings will be shown Graves re- turned to Seattle a few months ago, after a period in Irelan.d painting, and no .doubt adding" to his unique collection of wierd and mystical bird studies, for whiei he is famous. a spike while playing at home The fifth and sixth gt:aders are studying root formations in their science class Thes are growing pole bean to illustrate the root growth ONLY 13 SHOPPING TILL XM/t for family portr! Dean's. (adV: 1. CAIRO 2. ESCAPE FB0 EAST BE]LIT ! 3. THE H BWED., N0q.' IG BI6 sHO00. 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