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December 26, 1963

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! PA ..... Thursday December 26, n , Wi:::LL UKILLI00U i ' m " = m ,, Sele rs For Corn Year r ....... z .... .P.IJLIN -- l'ne t/reef el JODS r m was ver nice held its regular meetirg Dec 16 ". ' . ' /'' B Mrs Ra Kratcha ' " " Engman and Dawe and Carla : ,=/ : SOUB%/r.IRDaY Nffatthsid e gu!ii:gulais,a!!g2f(tiho6 i pn2g?}ox?  d.aDy!V4ee)na_eenl_d_aC?]lzatH , Sale;:nd =service A ] GREETING BY TERRYL CARLSON l Grad6 4 Evergreen School GLINT WILLOUR, N0r|hwestern National Life ls, GREETING BY MARY JEAN STANSELL Age 11 ........... "" Bordeaux School MASOH GOUNTY FEDERAL GREDIT tNiON had a regular business meeting, lQueen Valerie also made a gift Marie Rodgers gave a short ex- fo reach of the girls. Refreshments planation on fitting si]oes and were served consisting of open distrPmted the pamphlets. Mere- f, ee sandwiches 'red jeilo, potato be,. iscussed the 196 f'dr oO'h ehi., awhile shedt ea!-:e and green nrrd .Iso decided to make clOWnS for some childrens'-organiza}.in}i. lvb members exehan'ed r, yfta The nextmeeting wiI1 be held at the home of Monna Heinis on Jan. 21. nnthsf.de Homemakers club held a work party at. the home of Ma'ie Rodgers last Tuesday aid Worked on quilts with six 1, 'lbrs D"esent. Four Leavevs 4-H club meeting was heldDec. 18 at the Bakke home: Shells Holtol'f led the flag salute and 4-H pledge, Members disenssed their Christmas party which Was held Dec. 20. Linda Trotzer gave a demonstration on l-o;.tttff fresh fruits. Gall Bailey gt'.'e a demonstration on cooldng ".rig .hd measuring, and Ruth Ann Tr0tzer the juhior leater, gave a demoi:':tr0tin *-" bo':red the eub lnembers how to sew on hook and eves. The next meet- ir -vql be held Jan. 9. MR. AND RS. Wa!ter Krat- cha Tuesday evening visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and .Ianice Mill Creek What Nots 4-H club met on Dec, 18 with the meeting called to order by Marvin La- Chance and the 4-H pledge and flsg salute were given. The next meeting will be held at the home of C0ra Drake Jan. 8. and dem- onstrations will be given by Jan- ette Gunter. Etta Swearinger, Vicki La Chance and Linda Ditt- man. The meeting was adjourned knd 4-H members exchanged Christmas gifts, reported Linda DittmarL Your correspondent, Mrs. Ray Kratcha of Southside takes this opportunity to wish you all a Mer- ry Christmas. punch. The next activity planne:l is V,, Queens Ball to be held Dee. 27 for Jmior Past I-onored Queen, Christine lson and the m'esont honored Queen Vaterie Weisel. The comnlittee handliff U the nr,, are Laura Foster and Dee Griffitb. The installation of th incom- ing honored n'een. Cheryl Nog- gle and her officer  will be held Jan. 4, The officers are as fol- lows: Barba,'a Hu,on. Chaplain; Barbara Shillinger. first rues- singer: Janis Zeitner. second mes- singer; Linda Bishop, third mes- singer: D0nna Dishon. fourth mes- sin'er: Karen Ra.smusson. fifth messinffer; Judy Turner. recorder: Darer Townsend. t,'easure,'; Cher- ie Bishop,librarian- A,:leatbn Du- val, =enlor cus todia: Karen Souires. jnmor custodian: lV[vra Schroeder. inner :Tuard; Chri,ty Dahl. outer uar:': Kathy Beeler. musician: No-- ,Schroeder. pro'..n- ter: Connie \\;Volfc keeper of the lights: Beverly Husan. pro-tern officer. The rest of the gii'ls nmke up "the choir. THE CORNUCOPIA 4-H Club held its Christmas oarty Dec. 17 at the home of thei,: leader. Mrs. Jean Sharer with Mrs. June tier- dins, the sewing leader, helping. There were ltl members, two vis- itors and one parent present. Mu- sical chairs was played and re- lay races held. Refreshments were served. The next meeting Will be held Jan. 7. It will be a busin'ess meeting. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Dishon and family spent a lovely day in Tacoma visiting with relatives. The Christmas concert held at Addition To Pioneer School Is Dimusm00 At Board Heeti0000 By Betty Ann Shero PIONEER A four-room ad- dition of approximately 4.100 sq. ft. to the Pioneer schoo! was one of the "main topicc discussed at a recent Pioneer c, caool Board meet- Lng 'Pb f.r rOms Will imlude two classrooms, one Vbrarv- luiiehroom combination, and a kit- chen, and will cost approximately q;62.000: Thi sum will be raised by increasing the bonded ltdebtedness on a special two year levy. A special election will be be!d before October 5. 1964 to determine if the district voters feel this addition is necessary. The plans of the board are to have the addition ready for use for the fall te'-m of 1965 and to have the new building separate from the existnv :)tent but con- nected by a breezeway. A citizen advisory building cmnmittee was app0inted by the board. Tile corn= 'nittee ir.e.luties Clarence Grunert, qoldon C',egg, Phil Chapman. antl A1 Jones volunteered his time earth Thursday evening from. 7 to 9 to be at the chool sO "that an aut-orized school member would be on hand to :;u!crvise the basketball practice. Bruce Pagel an Don Sheedy have also volunteered their time and serwees for tile. project, One very successful basketball practice was held wiLh 32 boys participat- ing. Interested citizens attending the school board meeting were Bruce Pagel, Jalmer Auseth. Gla- dys IVitzthum. Geraldine Brooks. Ella Str, tder. Audrey Hammond, )Alice Raymond, Ira Auseth, Rex Melena, Max Mikt:deson and Od'cl-i la Brown. 1 THE AGATE GRANGE held its annual Christmas party last Sunday afternoon stat'ting off with a Potluck dinner followed by the presentation of gifts anti treats for lhe children The Pioneer Scliool Christmas Xoe Shero. Program ,:,'as to be held Friday A LENGTHY discussion was evening, Dec. 20 x%'lth all seven eld on the leq::e:t made by i grades presenting their talents. ,,,,e Pa:r  for t.', ,e of the Santa was scheduled for an ap- multi-purpose room for basketball practice by the local school boys me i.ht a v, ', and Saturday morning if possible. AI Jones, ehairmm of the board vas the only member who felt the reque;at should be granted, Mac MeC)e.ry felt the ,o,,et !, '''- be held up for further legal study, md Barrie Stroud went (n] recoru  .env the renuest enra  ":"" en.niy for all tile youngsters.. Friday was the last day of sciml for the Pioneer shy I dencs until January 6. l The passing of "Snorty" O'del] , was a shock to the Pioneer area residents. He will be missed bY all who knew him. The community offers its condolences to the fan,. ily. GREETING BY GARY SETTLE Age 10 Bordeaux School It's easy enough .at this time of year to say "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year." Everybody is saying it, and "it's the thing to say." But, I've searched for some way to say "thank you" to all of our friends and customers in a way that I hoped would show my true appreciation for the very real privilege of serving you during this past year. We appreciate your coming in our door. We feel a strong sense of respon- sibility in serving your needs. We undeistand - and fully - th.at this is a free country - that no one is forced to come in our direction: So. after all. the best way to thank you, really, is to wish you a "Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year!" in the best possible meanings of these words. HEOL'S PflARHACY x Govey Bldg. 4th and Railroad ' GREETING a LNO LYNN 5th Grade Evergreen School' PUBLIG UTIUTY DISTRIOT 3 of Mason Oounly GREETING DRAWN BY KAREN DAYTON. Age II lt. View School Y OUNG, Stale Farm Insurance Gompanies -' Greeting drawn by Rhonda Thompson.,, " ' Age 9 ....  Mt.: View School m DON SPEIlIING Fro 0 Bt " Rmhfmld d nbutor n i . and .411 Thee ,:;ISHFIELD STATION OPEaATORS, Lilliwaup oel PAUL GERKENSMEYER Emil Rausche ON HILLCREST | Waller ae STAR ROUTE ONE | | | Agate Store ED AUSETH t J & J Service ON MOUNTAIN VIEW John's Richfield 1ST AND RAILROAD Tupp+fs Resort LAKE NAHWATZEL Lambert's Grocery KAMILCHE