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August 12, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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for school Shelton Senior High School will beheld at all register for the 1971-72 school according year in the Grant C. Angle r i n n e 1 1 , Building Aug 23, 24 and 25 from for 9 to noon and 1 tb 4 p.m., at each of according to Chet Dombroski, Aug 23, high school principal a.ni. to noon All high school students p.m. Only those should take care of their fees at to the Sheltonthis time. The fees for various kindergarten items, depending on the classes gho were not being taken, may be paid at this need to time. All required fees are the atary school same amount as last year, except which is for driver education which has increased $5. The fee schedule is students of the as follows: JOHN IRELAND is the new principal at Garrett Heyns High School. He received his BA and MA in education from Central Washington State Col,lege and Towel and Locker-boys ............... $ 1.50 superintendent s credentials Towe l-girls ................... 1.00 ees: . .... from the University of Biology ............... .. 2.50 Washington. He was a Chemistry .................. 2.50 principal and superintendent Physical Science .................. ... 2.50 a t D a r r i n gt o n a n d a Physics ............... 2.50 superintendent at White Advanced Chemistry ................... 1.25 River School District Advanced Biology ..................... 125 (Buckley) the past five years. ................................... 10.00 ') ............................. 1.50 ...... ....................................... 2.40 l .50 Family Living, s I and II ...................... 1.50 ................................... 15.00 ......................... 1.00 only( ........................ 2.00 ' " ' . . ........................ 50 bl Insurance'(Coverage during functions) ..................5.00 school insurance) .................. 10.00 Ody Card ........................... 5.00 School will days and at high school noon and 1 24 and 25. ~ill register Building, Jackson, I'ligh fees are as L dent ; only) i? __~ $2.00 . ..... ,"r~" ............... .5 0 311 ~'Wel and l~oc](er-boys ................ 1.50 lOwel fee-girls ....................... 1.00 ;i .................................. 1.oo f,Ptional) ........................... 3.00 lrts) ........ I]Fee ..... : ................ 1.O0 'e~ [Onal):::::::::::: ..... : ........... 4.001"50 t 1 :ept 7th grade) .......... 12.50 Lrchase materials ................. :.. 5.00 Staff Is ANNE PASERO is a graduate of the University of Washington. She received her BA in Spanish with minors in English, Arabic, French and Portuguese. She will teach Spanish and English in the high school. for the tlae week and on Saturdays in the l, is months of April, May, June and !ording toJuly. M A R Y Z A L E S K I i s a t. Student enrollment has been graduate of the University of Lnd one declining in the School District Washington where she trictthis for the past two years, received her BA in particularly in the elementary school. Total employment of elementary education with a one for teachers for the Shelton Schools minor in library science. She ar Unless will depend on the actual will be the librarian in the Programs enrollment after school starts in Evergreen E[ ementary the fall. School District States 4,000 and during Fraternal Captains and Officers Meeting MONDAY, AUGUST 8 p.m., Timber Bowl I Values to $11.99 These are the new groovy looks for Fall... Buckled and Belted Mocs with thick cuts o( heel and antiquey colors .SAVE BIG, NOWI SHOE SALON JUNIOR AND / JUNIOR PETITE / / SPORTWEAR BY / Going back to school is / great fun when you can / gather up light-hearted junior styles like these. All spunky little dresses trimmed in lace, ric-rac ' or embroidery trim. Styled in polyester knit junior sizes 3-11 and 7-15. JR. WESKIT And Just received another New ass't 100% Regularly To $15.00 Double Knit Yd. 'd. Reg. to $6.95 FLANNEL Reg. 69 Large Selection Print Fabric Reg. to $2.00 Yd. REG. TO $14.00 Bonded Acrylic In Plaids, Solid Stripes Reg. To $4.95 Yd. New Large Selection Reg. to $2.40 Yd. Yd. Yd. C SUPER SPECIAL! WOMEN'S FAMOUS NAME LAD I ES" Regularly $19.95 CORDUROY JEAN: At this price you'll want a whole wardrobe of flare leg cotton corduroy jeans for school. Many colors in misses sizes. Regularly $5.95 J 27" tow coat of 100% nylon with hidden hood, two side zip pockets and hidden wristlets. Polyester fiber fill. Sizes 7 to 14 in navy, ale or plum. A smartly styled no wale cotton corduroy storm coat with acrylic pile lining and rayon-polyurathane trim. Single breasted with belt and hood. 3 colors in sizes 4 to 14. Reg. $18 and $20 MEN'S STAY--PRESS DRESS SHIRT DRESS SHIRT Short $ Sleeves Long Sleeves STRIPES SOLIDS IN ALL NEW FASHION COLORS WHITE AND PLAIDS DRESSES WITH COORDINATING SHORT MINI PANTS. See how little it costs to send her off to school in style. Don't miss this collection of bright and crisp little styles with their own mini pants. All are permanent press for easy care. Solid, stripes, plaids and prints in a pretty color selection. Sizes 4 to 12. Regularly $9.00 LEATHER LOOK Regularly $30 to $50 MEN'S ...... SHORT SLEEVES STA--PRESS COAl' SALEI MEN'S AND BOYS' 8 tO 20 TOW COATS Neat and durably made jackets for men and boys. They are way out in front with good looks and comfortable warmth. Our sturdy jackets feature hidden hoods, knit cuffs, side zip pockets and combination zip and snap closure. Navy, turquoise, Spanish gold or brown. Boys' sizes 8 to 20 Men's sizes S-M-L-XL Regularly $18.95 Regularly $22 BOYS' 3 to 7 JACKET An all boy way to stay snug and dry.., our raglan sleeve iacket with concealed hood and knit wristlets. It has a 100% nylon shell and quilted lining. Turquoise with navy trirr~and gold with brown trim. Regularly $11 BOYS' 8-18 CHRISTOPHER HALL SPORT SHIRTS Great Looking Short Sleeve Styles These are the shirts boys go for because of their sharp styling. . and mothers go for because of their easy-care qualities. Choose his school shirts from prints, stripes and solids in tuned-in colors. All permanent press blends. Regu'ar'y $~ !66 $2.99 OR er. SOCKS /$ Reg. $1.00 Pr. MEN'S 21" COMPANION REG. $36 MEN'S 3-SUITER REG. $sa IN BRIAR ONLY LADIES' O'NITE REG. $36 LADIES' 26" PULLMAN REG. Ssa IN MONTEREY BLUE Great values on Samsonite sample luggage, with tough magnesium frame. Dent-resistant, stain resistant body. Luxurious fabric-lined interiors. Hidden locks. SALEI BOYS' 13-3/4 COTTON II ! I Boy's sizes 6 to 1 8 .......... FOR Men's sizes S-M-L-XL ....... FOR Thursday, August 12, i971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11