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December 5, 1963 CANAL SCHOOL NEWS lhere is a shortage interesting news we this cohnnn to improve rind understand- 0Llr nlodern school system gals. first be understood that schools are obligated a wider and wider range each year. As our ]'aces ahead it is no Invtaffon s IN QUALITY. ns that express that you are taste and in a life. event will be correct ?-detail. for $14.95 and up JOURNAL Must Teach Wider Range Of Each Year, Increasing Costs longer possible for the young per- son to wait until he is in high school or college to be introduced to many e, oncepts and materials. The leads 1o the introduetion in- to the first eightgrades of many things that their parents did not learn until college or not at all. Many people educated 30 or mole years ago and who have not been aware of changes would have a great deal of difficulty un- derstanding some elementary ma- terial espeeially math and seicnce. In addition to the extended range of subject matter the schools have been obligated to accept responsibilities not con- sidered part of education at one time. A constant check on the phys- ical well being of pupils is part of the school s duties. Teachers, administrators, and the County Health Nurse arc, at all times, watching for communicable dis- eases, poor eyesight, .poor hear- ing,. heart and lung defects, and emotional problems that may be corrected. PHYSICAL FITNESS has fal- len to such a level that much emphasis has to be given this very important field, Most of the additional subjects and duties also require extra training on the part of teachers and extra materials and facilities. All these things cost money. Next week, "Why the schools cost so much". The Hoodsport Pre-School an- nounces that it is selling gift wrappings Stud some ,specially fine ribbon as its fund raising project. This is a very good buy and, as they are not just sea- sonal materials the sale will con- tinue throughout the school year. Anyone interested should \\;con- tact Mrs. John Denis.n, Mrs. John Laramie. or Mrs. John Pill. refusing to talk until he has some- to, sits beside the phone awaiting a long distance granddaughter. Have you called a lonely loved one about this evening, after six, when long dis- are even lower? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL ci SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in Chr,,stmastown, U.S.A.", Sheiton, Washington PAGE 13 Southside PTO Hears Teachers Lake Nahwatzel Residents Entertain Thanksgiving Guests = ] By ,Ioann Tul)l)er IZogers enjoyed spending a few P, leeker were visited by Mr. and was held at While Center Funeral I sportsmen are enjoying duck tmn- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson ton uesday. Mr. Mac Lennan was the a By Irs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSlDE .... Southside PTO met Monday evening withe flag salute led by president Lynn Wil- son and the invocation was gven by Evelyn Bedell. Southside tea- chers put on the program for the evening. They showed some of the teaching aids nsed in school. Each teacher gave a demonstration which was very interesting. Each teacher explained in detail and gave an example of how they are teaching our children. We must all give a big thanks to our tea- chers. Mrs. Montgomery won the room count again. There'll be no PTO meeting in January. The Southside PTO is having its an- nual gift sale at Sears December 21, yule logs and swags will be so and is sponsored ,Pay the Southside PTO. Bell Riders Saddle Club are having a banquet dinner on Dec. 5 at Dayton hall, starting at 7 p.m. and everyone is to bring their own table service. The ban- quet dinner is to honor those who have won trophies, belt buckles and so forth. There will be a film and other entertainment during the- evening. Want to remind the Bell Riders to bring to the banquet non-per- ishable canned goods or donations for the Christmas baset. Bell Riders Saddle Club spon- sored an evening of entertainment at Buck's Prairie Saturday eve- ning. The "Appaloosa" horse film was sponsored by the Appaloosa Horse Association and other films Were sponsored by the Purina Feed Company. The Purina Feed Company donated four sacks of feed for door. prizes. Those win- ning the door prizes were Will Greenfield, GeBrgia Magnett, Mol- ly Taylor and Veta Holtorf. Vill appologize for not knowing the fourth name of the door prize winner. Mrs. Hornblower won a subscription to the Appaloosa Horse magazine and Mrs. Evans from McCleary won a large can 'of animal spray, lfreshments t and music were furnished by :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen of Little Skookum. SOUTHSIDE PTO executive board met with four present at the meeting and discussed the program for PTO. Coffee and cookies were brought and served by Betty Johnson. Tom Hendrick, who has been in the Air Force and son of :Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hendriek of Arcadia arrived home from England last Saturday evening after spending three years in England. Tom fin- ished his tour of duty and was awarded the "Good Conduct Med- al". he was stationed with the 28th Weather Squadron in Eng- land. Southside Homemakers met at the home of Gladys Bains Nov. 19 v, rith eight members present. Members worked on quilt blocks and drew names for their Christ- mas party which wili be held at Evelyn Kriefels on Dec. 17. The club also has a work party plan- ned fat" in December. Thunderbirds 4-H Club meeting was called to order at the home of Steve Herrick last Wednesday. Members discussed a Christmas party to be held at Pool Nuotare Dec. 21 and decided to invite the Southside Eagles as their guests at the party. It was voted for the club members to give their demonstrations at the hostess' home each month. Tile next meet- ing will be held at Brian Lov- gren's. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kadoun. Steve and Kim and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston spent Thanksgiv- ing Day and the weekend holidays in ilctz. Ore., visiting Mr', and Mrs. Glen Kratcha. Michael and Shelly, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Tin- dall. Sharon and aoey, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Sondonnea and Loney and John Kratcha. For Your Home --.Economicsl, Practical OUTDOOR ILLUHINATION Here's What You Get= * An efficient and modern lighting lumi- naire designed for all outdoor areas. * A built-in photoelectric cell which turns on the light as darkness approaches ana turns it off next morning automatically. * All brackets and hardware neoessary for complete installation. * All electric power used during the oper- ation of the light. * Free maintenance and replacement of burned out bulbs. a few cents a night you can light up your front trod driveway, you can install a modern efficient near your house or garage, you can banish the hess around your patio or recreational area. YOUR home with one or more modern, efficient lights. Think of any advantages you will enjoy and of mind you realize if your is effectively illuminated after Cost Will Surprise You  Get Details Today From MASON COUNTY P.U.D. He. 3 COLE TOM WEBB ED TAYLOR JERRY SAMPLES Vice President SecretarY Manager e LIVE BETTER ELEOTRIGALLY e Mill Creek ,Vhat Nots 4-H Clnb meeting was called to order by Diane Obremski at the home of Dorothy Gunter. Club members are having a bake sale on De- cember-14 at Thriftway store. 4-H members discussed plans for hav- ing a skating or swimming party and checked on projects. The next meeting will be Dec. 18 and will also be the Christmas party at the Dell impson's. I{IENDSHIP CLUB will hold its Christmas party at the home of Maxine Creasey Dec. 12 and the secret pal gift exchange will be held at this meeting. Busy Bell 4-H club meeting was called to order by the-president Darlene Holtorf at the home of Julia Bare. leader. Many mem- bers brought their project books up to date. Every 4-H'er enjoyed working on the bake sale and the treasurer reports it was a big success. Committees were appoin- ted for the Christmas party Dec. 16 with Dixie LaFond as hostess. The next meeting will be held Dec. 10 at Julia Baro's afar school. Southside .Eagles 4-H club met at the home of their leader Cath- erine Braey for a project meet- ing. The next meeting will be held Dec. 5. Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Ray Rose and son Thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koch of Arcadia and Clayton Koch of Darrington. Visitors of :Mr. and :Mrs. Paql Koch Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rurode of Seattle. MR. AND MILS. VERNE Schuf- fenhauer and family were Thamks- giving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Satterthwaite of Kamilche. Guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck of Cole Road Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stuck, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Stuck, Mr. and Mrs. :Merle Hollowly, Mr. Enest Stuck, Mr. and :Mrs, Wayne Stuck and Charles of Ho- quiam. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Stuck of Hoquiam, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pratt of Hoquiam, Mr. and Mrs. James McCord and family of Ta- coma, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kline and family of Alderwood Manor and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Atkinson and daughter of Kent. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Albert of Seattle were gtmsts of the Fred Stueks, Some of the guests also spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck. MR. AND MRS. VERNE Sehuf- fenhauer Saturday evening took Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schuffenhauer and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nel- son out to the Grove for sup- per, afterwards Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Schuffenhauer, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Besh were all guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Verne Schuffenhauer. Visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Ray I(ratcha and 5aniee Friday eve- ning were Mr. and lTrs. Clarence Kadoun and Dan Cormier. Stop- ping by at the Ray Kratcha's Sun- day was George Plews. .......................... Losl Lake Families Enjoy Thanksgiving With Family Gatherings By Doris Hiekson LOST LAKE .... Frank Guyer and Dana took the 43 foot army tug that they fixed up for Scout- ing and went to Seattle with the Olympia Sea Scouts. They docked in Seattle early Friday evening near Ivcr's and while they were there several of the bys went to a movie. By Saturday th Scouts were in Gig Harbor and ready for some bowling. Mr. Guyer and Dana arrived back in Shelton Sunday, feeling they had enjoyed a wonderful weekend. Barbara :Mayberry, Allen May- berry and Walter Bartels onjoy- ed Thanksgiving with the Jim Sauer's. PONCHO ARRIVED in the Bill Wivell home just in time for Thanksgiving this year. Poncho, a new addition to the Wivell fa- mily, is the burro :Mrs. Ins Wivell bought for the farm just recently. Mr. and Mrs. Boney Loertscher celebrated their golden wedding anniversary and 200 attendet the celebration their children had for them. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Simmons and Dick McHaffie were the Thanksgiving gaests of the Frank Guyers. Radford Goodwin stayed the weekend with John Morrow Jr. The Don Sacgers had quite a tic!ted and happy Thanksgiving itn many welcomed guests. Their niece BilliAnne Paul of Ohio. and her fiance George Schor of Wash- ington, D.C., Mrs. Saeger's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Eves of Vancouver, and :Mr. Saeger's mo- ther. Mrs. Gertrude Saeger, were present. Others attending were his sister Jeanne Saeger. who trav- eled all the way from the Belgin Congo in Africa. to be with them on Thanksgiving and their foster son Jim. Barb and little Scott Burwell of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Holbourn were the weekend guests of the H. A. Loertschers. HARRY CRAIG of Montesano was the Sunday drop-in guest of the Clyde Norris'. Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Layton, of Shelton enjoyed a lovely Thanks- giving with the Clyde Norris'. Mr. and Mrs. John :Morrow were happy to have Mr. and Mrs. Clay McCartney over for Thanksgiving dinner. The Thanksgiving guests of the H. A. Loertscher's wffre Mr. and Mrs. Pat hattin, Becky, and Ran- dy, Mrs. Bob Boier, Reagin, Steve, and Dennis and Saidi Loertscher, Of every three of the nation's youths, one drop Out 5f school be- fore graduating from high School. *Set jotis now Usually require at least a high school education. Ling and stcelhead fishing now that deer and elk seasons are closed in this area. It looks like winter has arrived at the Lake with mornings and evenings cool, lnd frost on the ground and roads. Add to the Fall blooming of )Spring flowers last week. ,the wild bleeding hearts Delmar Bor- den, of ShelL,n, picked in his yard last Wednesday, just before the first freeze of the season. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Sommerfeld. Jr.. mo- tored up from Anaheim. Calif., to spend Thanksgiving with their fa- mily. The first retma to Shel- ton since their wedding last April. They enjoyed a few days here visiting with friends and relatives, leaving for home late Saturday evening. John Tupper attending college at Bremerton arrived home Vv'ed- nesday to spend Thanksgiving with the family too. Thursday the Resort closed at noon, and en- joyed the rest of the day as din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer, Matlock. Early Thurs- day evening Mr. and :Mrs. John Sommerfeld. Alan Tupper and Miss Susie Tupper drove to Bre- merton to take John back "to col- lege. Other guests that evening were Ken Madoehe, of the Resort and Jerry Christian, of Shelton. FRIDAY EVENING dinner guests with the Tuppers and gom- merfelds were Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer of Matlock. Saturday morning Mrs. Dick Tupper, and daughter, Susie, and Mrs. John Sommerfield. J.r., mo- tored to Bremerton and Port Or- chard on business and do some shopping. Everykiody around the Lake en- joyed having friends and rela- tives visit them over the Thanks- giving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin had as dinner guests Thanksgiving day their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Patten and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong, o Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford en-i joyed nninehing turkey last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Den- and children had Thanksgiving IAITI{Y ANI) GARY Lee Pigg, dinner at the home of Mr. and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. James Hickson of Dayton. Dawson with their lnother. Mrs. Dinner guests last Thursday at Joy Piehl of Seattle. were din- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law- ner guests at the Dawsons last Fence Hansen were. Mr. and Mrs. I Friday evening. Pdchard Watson and son, Dickie. Mrs. Dohna \\;Vatson and Susie \\;Vats.n, all of Seattle. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin PapsworLh of Issaquah. Overnight guests Thurs- day evening- was Mr, and Mrs, Richard Watson and son, Dickie. Tllanksgiving Day dinner guests at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker was Owen Simp- son. and \\;illimn Simpslll. both of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson en- joyed having their children. Eddie and Mary Ellen tMrs. LeRoy Smithl and her children. Jimmy and Linda for Thanksgiving din- ner. Drop-in guests later in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Reed of Shelhm and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Olympia. Weekend guests' at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Smith was her hus- band's folks of Portland. Ore.. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Francis. Last Saturday, John Patten ac- companied the Boy Scouts from this arcs and Matlock on a hike to Anderson Butte Look-out. near Camp Grisdale, The boys attend- in K were Rodnev Reeve. Mike Hickson. both from the Lake. George Bern'bower Tommy and Billy Oien. and John Miller. all of Matloek. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lin{on of Brinnon visited the Tuppers last I Sunday morning. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper motored to Westport with Mr. and :Mrs Art Pahner of Mat- lock, stopping to visit Mr. and MR. AND MRS. HANK Chap- Mrs. Linza Cook at Montesano. pell had visiting them over the I Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley vis- Thanksgiving holidays Mr. Chap- ited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chap- pews brother. William Chappell pell of Dayton last Friday eve- and his wife and children, of Coos ning. Upon their return home :Mr. Bay, Ore. Kelley slipped on the icy floor of their front porch, injuring his Thursday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cliffol chest. He was able to retm'n to Reeve was Mike Waho. of the work on Monday and is feeling I,ake, nmch better. Don MacLennan, former rest- Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit spent dent of the Lake passed away the weekend as guests of Mr. and last Monday, at his home in Mrs. Virgil Mills, Risse. West Seattle. The funeral service Mr. hnd Mrs. F. E. Hewson mo- tored to Tieton last week to spend , I a few days with Mr. Hewson's brother. Sam Hewson. Sr., whose wife was buried on Friday. The I/Jews,as had Thanksgiving din- net with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hew- son, Jr.. and family at Granger, retraining Friday to Tieton for the funeral. Last Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hiekson visited at the home of Mr. and lX{rs. Kenny How- ard of Matlock. I Friday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ylansen was Larry Lindberg of Seattle. Mrs. Hansen's mother. Mrs. Edith Profitt, who is now living with the Hansens. hasn't been feeling well this past week, we hope she is better. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour nis Reed, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed dinner last Sunday even- Dale Taylor, of Olympia; Mr. and inff at the Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers, of Napa. Ida,, Mrs. Everett Sellers. and Steve Crapo. Matlock. The Last Smday Mr. and Mrs. James father of Mrs, Ernest Pahner. 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