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April 11, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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me kJllrrent Opulatlon Survey Will J.. -icx .a ttJ,t .-JLllt l.alJ .J- - ,, |.formation .iries will coe th.  j.'" be asked in pril about their anes o Mason County 'esidonts travcled to Europo within the lst cern that has all the local famil- Present "- Ni,,eties .,"o-rm field of study, such as eng;n,erinq. a,5 A survey of the job training background of workers will be conducted during the week of Ap- ril 15. it was announced today by the Bureau of the Census. U.S. Department of Commerce. Information on how much train- irg workers have. where they got the training, and how they have used it will be obtained locally and in 356 othe# sample areas of tile country, from a total of about 35,- 000 selected households. The ques- tions will be asked of all house- hold members 22-64 years of age ans to buy houses, automobiles. bllsiness, el:c., in the last veal. , -t various types of household 1 college or professional sehc:)l, i, c): workers with fewer years of fol- :nment. Information on consu- mal schooling, questions will (.- ,, :",ing in.tentions is gath- a[ ,-blished quarterly by late to their major vocatiomd "-" (ie-.:::. ].:reau. training in high school, technical institute, correspondence school. C(-n : r: B',"( u workers who will the Armed Forces, apprenticeship, oteet "nfor: .  ion locally are Mrs. and so on Both groups will be ViohI F. B',':::nell. Olympia, and asked about the use of their train- Mrs. Poily :A. Swayze. Shelton: ing on their present job--or on the last one if unemployed. Success in life depends upon The special questions on train- i persistent effort, upon the lin- ing of workers, as welt as the I prove of moments more than upon regular monthly inquiries on em- any other one thing.--Mary Baker ployment and unemployment, will Eddy. are worth money. Business firms arc willing and anxious to pay from one cent to as much as one dollar apiece for them on mailing lists. The price depen(;s on the selec- tivity of the particular list and on the comparative value of those on it as prospective purchasers or goods and services. Easy-to-get listings, such as doctors, lawyers and dentists, can be had for less than two cents a name. ON THE OTHER HAND, if what is wanted is the names of five years, that would cost much more. Most residents of Mason Coun- ty appear on one or more lists that are available for a price frorn companies that are in the busin- ess of compiling them. The unsolicited mail these peo- ple receive from insurance com- panies, from charitable organiza- tions, from magazine publishers and from others indicates the number of lists that carry their names. ies in this income bracket, it would be getting 526 names. Or, it may be a fund-raising or- ganization that is aiming partic- ularly at college graduates. It would find that a full list of such people, locally, would pro- vide 636 names. IF SOMEONE wanted to ap- proach local men who are in the pro-retirement ages of 60 to 64 to interest them in travel, in hob- bies or in franchises, he would find that there are 451 such pros- This is the way they are used. pects in Mason County. Suppose an investment company CANHED w,, ,,,,. FULLY COOKED BAH 5 LB. TIN $ FREE HAWAiiAH VACATION For Two + $100. Cash PLUS 150 FREE PRIZES From Your Shop-Rite Food Centers Get Details At Store SHORTENING AA Large For Your Easter Basket 2 doz. CRISCO 69 'c 3-LB. TIN , H0. CHIPS '?i: ......................... 39 , "ladelphia , CREAM CHEESE o . 2/29 PEAHUT BUTTER :::o=::,::" 55 OCEAN SPRAY RAflBERRY SAUCE :-::.4!39 ICE CREAM 69' POTATO CHIPS Nalleys A( ANGEL CAKES , s .o00to00s 3 I HI-C 00DRINKS . .. MAYONNAISE Krlft ,IIi q BISQUICK COFFEE s00vo.,, 39' 40-oz. Pkg. "' 59' LB. TIN 2-LB. Tin MARGARINE .,, swee, .................... 4.s. =1 SALT .oRTo.'s /25 26-0z. cartons plain or iodized ............ 2 OLIVES W,ao0o,,o 4/'1 Ripe Pitted 5=/2-oz. Tins . m|H Hygrades 79' Fiesta or Bar-S Boneless, fully cooked. Whole, half or quarter. LB. SMOKED HAM Smoked -- Lean Trimmed 5-6-Lb. Shank Portion Lb. SHAHK .HALVES HAHSLiCES PORIK LIHKS Ol.,0,.w,o,o 45' Hums .... LB. Center 79 Cuts .................... LB. House .................. LB. SAUSAGE " 59' Polish, rope style .... LB. FRESH OYSTERS:,::: 12-oz .... 53' FRYERS fresh pan ready, Wash. grown pound 39 c YOUR FAVORITE DESSERT OUR EASTER SPEQIAL REG. PKG. ASPARAGUS ]7' GRAPE JUICE SWEET POTATOES VANILLA WAFERS KAISER FOIL INSTANT HJB FREHCH'S HUSTARD '"' 6 * '1 Maid "" Tins TAYLOR'S 29' No. 3 Tin ............................ 12-0z. 1 Sunshine ................ .. Pkgs. Heavy Duty ........ 59 18 inch 25' Roll ....................................  , ...................................................... 89' 2 ,.o. 29  Jar .. I Illfll]lH I PaICS FFCTIVE T. URS., PRiL -.,a We reserve the right to limit .............. I GAY NINETIES PROGIIAM Thursday, April 4, the fourth through seventh grade perform- ed a Gay Nineties program. The program consisted of songs that originated in the 1890's. During the program there was a Sing- Along With Jimmy Dickinson, skit and a few monologues by Darleen Gray and Jeanne Peterson, and Carolyn Johns. The junior high girls choir sang before the pro- gram. Don Bearden played a pi- ano solo, Sandy Borovesky and Dan Cleveland sang solos. A skit was performed by John Sutton and Susie McDowell. LIBRARY BOOKS We want to thank Pete and Lee Borg of Potlatch for the books that were given to our library. PARENTS NOTE: Any type of student sneak will not be tolerated. Any sneak at- tempt would result in a zero for each subject for the day, and these scot'es would be averaged into the total grade point. We can't think of anyone who could afford this needless loss. Time missed world have to be made up double after school is out for the summer before any report cards or graduation cer- tificates could be issued. EGG HUNT The ninth grade Home Ec. class planned an egg hunt and games for the'Hoodsport first, second and third grade. It was held at the junior high school. The school grounds were divided into three main areas with each grade having their own hunting grounds. There were several prize-win- ning contests and relays. Three golden prize eggs were found by three very happy winners. SPECIAL DATES FOR DISTRICT NO. 404 The following schedule of school events through June 7thwere an- nounced by Supt. John Pill: April 10th through 15th, spring vacation, school was dismissed at the regular time on Tuesday, Ap- ril 9 and will reconvene on Tues- day, April 1.6. April 16, Hood Canal PTA meet- ing. April 19, Annual 6th grade con-. servation field trip, (alternate dates April 22-26). April 21-27, National Library Weqk. May 10, Mother's Tea at the Junior high school. May 14, Kiwanis Mason County Grade School Track Meet at Loop Field. May 17, Last day to charge lun- ches. May 20, Hood Canal PTA meet- ing. May 30, Memorial Day. No school. June 4, Hoodsport elementary school picnic. June 5, Ninth Grade Graduation Exercises at the Hoodsport school. June 6, No sch I for teacher's repor! June 7 End of s, BAND ItOg, The weekly b.'!i outstanding p'erfr.-*,l numbers go to , trumpet" Darleen ky Hall,' clarinet; : britone; Susaoi ; bone; Wendy Bole Renner, sax; susi " Vieky Pierce, flute; ger, drum.Track hasSP01 !* bee* *': ' quite well. Robert !using the new :f.*" pole and is doing members of the t also doing well. : Baseball turn0tit i week, by building'! after more land  first part of this more r0oll, a ne! needed. In making ;: team is cutting c ,i placing sand in t! i Jackson ordered n(  and they should be:* or SO. HOOD Ninth grade LaBissoniere, Rollevson, Dian Tweed and Eighth grade Peter Cossette, Ann Crumb, Sand and Mary Seventh grade Donnie Bearden cry, Leslee Dowell, Donna Jaekie Smith. Yvonne Van IN pOLIClg A number of the court docket i Court Monday clnded Patricia terial stop cense, $15 Burlington, tinued; Ra. turbing the Ronald F. to minors, contil Johnston minor liquor, $25 forfei faulty equipme noise, $10 forf drunk in publiC, L. Friske, drUr forfeit; "WiIlialn . 0 pub]it" th rowing , fine and ;] \\;Vornth, driving e negligent driving, $2.50 costs; Marie" drunk i,;  p;,blic, $ costs; Richard ti l, speed, $10 forfei 'd son. drunk and fine and $2.50 c Alexander, neglig e forfeit. Childhood sh( AS LOW AS '299s FULL 1" THICK SAVE WORK--Sliding Panels lilt out for dripping VENTILATE TOP OR BOTTOM SOLID, HEAVY ALUMINUM MORGAN, EAiG.RETT HILLCREST