Port Angeles Evening News from Port Angeles, Washington on April 16, 1968 · Page 13
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Port Angeles Evening News from Port Angeles, Washington · Page 13

Port Angeles, Washington
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Tuesday, April 16, 1968
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T diflike the idea of having an ASB nominating conrnitteo. I survrost that if a student vjould like to run for sr. ASB office, he should pass a petition around and hrve a certain per cent of other students si«n it. If •} student wishes to run and was not chosen to r1 o ==o by the A q P nominating committee, he my take i petition around to his fellow ^tudents. If the student then his enough pigna- tures, he is eligible to run. '.Tulle v; etching- Dane Blnnkenphrp, Bruce CartTiel, .Tim Robert?, r-nd o-hr.r triok stars my lers be.ran to swell duo to the Ion.- hour? of standin 0 ". Therefore, my surest ion :s for PTHS to invest :'n snectntor stands fo: the treck field. I^ny students, including a few from other schools, have commented on the lack of places to sit during trick n e» e> t R . Recently I visited a school in Seattle that sponsored ?irls' intramural basketball teams. It was exciting to watch these ••iris compete and thev were all hsving fun, too. PTHS sponsors -jnany all-boy sports, yet it doesn't support one all-girl sport. I heve heard that PTHS will not spend any money on girls 1 sports. Is this true? Girls Show Speed, Power In 06A Tests "Faster,, faster, faster" muttered the ri'rls of the shorthand clasp '"hils taklnr an a? A skill test. (Order of Grep Artists). Out of the twenty- Fix ••irlp in rhort- l.a.'c pnrscjd their 60- ivord rv'«rd tCTt, r:-;d rvie pnseed her BCHrord test. The firle •. h-D Jvve ;.?."," r a the 5 r 6 — .vord ?v;:' v c. test arc Char- Jonnnu w r. ;.- 0 s , , Pat Pert Angtltt Evtning News, Tuesday, April 16, 1968-Page 9 6 Students Place 4.0 on Winter's List of Honor T*he end of the third quarter came for the students *t ^ort Townsend High School on l^.rch ? n . Pelow is a 1 i,«?tof thirty-nine student^ who hnve worked hird to achieve hish scholastic records. Seniorc on the honor roll are Bruce B °*> Seelye, 3.4? Cartmel, Mary Hanson, David Cargo, Kathy Candy Roffler, and Hoglund, I-iary Hoi- Janice Schneider, lender, Cathy McCor- Zf.Oj Neva Luke, 3.83j mick, Buttons Mor- Vicki Adams, 3.80; •• " , D 1 n n e B.'7;ith, Kath;' llor hy Embody Other than OU, any money on girls 1 a group of girls tried to =;tart a track team. They were told that the school would not sponsor them and the only way they could have one would be to have it out of school. PTHS will not spend sports. Last year' I'^rs -u >.:.-t. i-OSll; believe it. " hv;r 80- couldn't Tli ere • ru co- -Iarms She "All TJ e bee?:" Two Youths Join PTHS Students PTHS hes two new additions to its student body. . They are John Calkins, junior, end Steve Poulson, sophomore . Both boys rcereborn in Washington, John in Bellingiiam snd ??teve in Seattle. ^teve has rece^tlj' attended school in Games, but he went throur'h the first six .'•rades hf re in Port Townsend. Steve taught self to play the tsr and says it become one of fevor'ite peptirre His classes P.E. , ISnplish, biolor-y (his favorite class), and geometry. John \72nt to school in Venture, Celif- orr>ia, where he was voted the most valuable me r nber of the pAvlmmirp teea. -s to ;;-o to Venturs t;:is c-aruif-r to work: at either n gap station or 9 freight yard , with msybo some? time off for surfing. John, v^ho snyp he has Feveral relative?, in th^'=i ares, '& rtay- inr st the home of •Ir. and Mrs. Sweitzer. n-j;r-d tort inf hard thoir 80." The se •: n ov«' of f 1 c"'' Tir i.:,' 1 !.-.-, r first •:;-. ted .'.rs. t J nr1r ' s . on to ssy, •,vh"j V. «"'•• :r cO-v.:ru ^.re r< tri7- to oner him- p;ui- haV his are Steve Poulaon, a sophomore from Oamas, V-ashington and John Calkins, a junior from Ventura, California recently entered PTHS. •'rls are >lly in 0"A» To keep in orectine. for their no^t tert they ar^ tpl'i^r lorf five jnirute 9C—'• i :ord- p c- r-.m i n u t e p r 2 •_• t! .;•. <• letters in ph': rt' 1 '?.- 1 " d. Ken ooapes, Margo Nebel,' 3.60 ; and Art Ward, 3.33. Tim Caldwell, 3.5; Sophomores are Ruth Judd, Jacii Renae Gunstone, 4.0; Palla,Nancy Potthoff; Susan Hausruann, 3.83; 3.4 ; and Phyllis Lynn Freeman, 'Tom Moss, 3.33. ' Lindley, and U z Juniors on the Pray, 3.67; Patricia honor roll are Mar- Hanson, 3.58; Sam nie Lindley, 4.0; Barber, 3.51; Ne- Christine Hansen, 3.8 v i lle Campbell, Jodie Mary Norton, Mark Germeau, Jeri Home, Prill, 3.67} Char- K *ri Potthoff, 3.5; lene Boulton, and Nikki Nichols, 3.42; Joanne Gibson, 3.5; an <* J <> p otter, 3.33* Chorus, Girl Singers Warble In April Show Throu:-!: ""i'tf "ater i r Old .r>njrr j r" T'crt 1'ovr; •:."< " •d "T:-,iF t) •:•> ;'. 1 -l i will 1C. di- Lu : ..•>•!in 1' '.;".">.' iV-iimfils v-re " J!> -.i n "' t • :e TO n. ; .»:• t!:«--i; .- •• .1 "..oo- ..,.,.. . : , *,},,, S;ri of ;>vvi". r 'he Vrr-.ir, :•..-.• ted by \Vp. hr.p 7;or!'.t':d f'JV r-i.-r-y ••::-.-lcj? to rerfr^ol .*> :i"i"dl';.y of ro""r to -ir".^ in the •"' : '].) <•• • i." two onrr^n Ne- r ro pv^rit- '-l cr'll'-:(i ":'o i'lever nid a Kumbolin* "or-1" H'-d ''".'ho Has Seen the 'VindV" a co'-to:•:'.• or' 1 ry ?:rra'To- of "hristiie en: of tho Under Cover T.f slum find ^Icoods rre in your line of ifl- ertp, pee Frank Semuelson. (i'Tot that he's ••••'. pluf nr o skoad. ) Ke \*. writing ehout them H^.d h^.P come u^ ritli R plithory ^tory. "\fter falling -5r,lor?p under a sun :Unr>, p nrb^rq Ounn WTS literally a r ort Townsend ^ed^kin. :3er:'r^t8."G dur1- f ' tho ]^orforinHnco of "Kip ;'i 'pu- '."o jrcy," P;-:ul Zi«in'';rr;;cn dfepleyed a v ry mithen tic- look inp, "fri "ht v.'ig". As it t\:rn(..1 out, it v/es quite renl— his own hair l n . fact. that the WF?TI->'-"-- is getting nic^r, the bind is "hitting the ro^d." *s one of the 'more befuddled members, I'm still v\]i^ntly trying to discover how to go left by turning' right . It is whispered that one of the more eminent teachers at PTHS is campaign manager for Stokely Carmichatl for President, At least, that's what a sign on a classroom door pro- claimtd.

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