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January 3, 1963 Real E tam VETERANS DOWN PAYMENT advantage of your G.I. eli- ty to purchase this perfect y home.. There are four large full basement, spac- room with fireplace a convenient kitchen-dining • This home is in excellent ition and the price is just "BEDROOMS __ FULL BATHs is the home that is ideal - family with small children. thing on one floor. Spacious )ores; a fireplace, handy util- basement and conven- are just a few of its You can assume the ing loan at $9,250. )OTLESS v, I a,spacious home with 2 or0s and a den that is per- a small family. This home tded with extras including the 2 fireplaces, a well land- • .d yard, some appiiances, lots and many more extras. )od Value at $11,750. See it R TERMS a good sized 2 bedroom be yours on very • Located close to both • and" school. This modest is vacant so you can have diate possession, YOUr terms ,950. 2, 3, &lt; 5_ That's right. By put- in just one wall• you will have edrooms in this charming . ,Thee is a large, fenced Jle garage, fireplace, room, and breakfast Just $11,500. Easy F.H.A. PLUS INCOME knocks! ! You should gate the potential of this home with rental You can live free as rentals will more than meet Priced at $7,950 with Call Vince Himlie 3REAGE ecluded property has a very Year-round stream runnin Jgh it's ten acres. The lan g cleared, but has lots of for a perfect setting. There a roomy 2 bedroom home condition as well as a garage. The price is only and SOme terms can be ed. TO STORES this now! ! This cozy 2 bed- home is just right for a Convenient arrangement. utility room, dandy kitchen range and oven. plus yard and an extra large Just $6,000, with contract LARGE .ATERFRONT HOME t about, this? You should see la'ge home with 3 spacious bath & , large living- =g room with fireplace, den, = kitchen and large work- Loc.at!ed close to town (2V en a large Waterfront tract. wil!' like it. so call today for ,intment. DOWN PAYMENT? WOrry for just $400 we °9,'you into a brand new ew home. It has three bed- is, electriq heat, sidewalks, at- and is easy to $11,950, 'ST fast you can assure on this large fam- Ome that has four bedrooms a full basement. You will roomy kitchen with as well as the living room with fire- $9,850• Immediate Sion.. HOUSE "LE PRICE I Irce on' this larqe 4 bed- e is just $5,500. Lo- 'ntown, it has a base- extra bath and ga- erms are open so look LY HOME this Mr, View home YOu see it. When you you can boast of largest living room in carpeted and with a 'Ul fireplace. 2 large bed- step savinq kitchen, coy- fenced yard and a e,qarage. F•H.A, appraised 4,500. Call Vince Himlie to- NOTHER LARGE HOME r spacious bedrooms and a or nec. room an ideal family home. &- utility room have than enough built-ins. Lots closets. Cheery livinq Ig rOom. Entry hall, Ose to school. Priced II trade? COTTAGE ust two miles from town of low bank frontage. the Perfect, fine gravel access. Well main- m home. This is a =11 today. Tomorrow OOMS  HILLCREST hme is located close to as larcle livincl room and PoSsibilities. Owner can POssession. Priced to sell hy not look today. 3 BEDROOMS this attractive ramb- )cared on a fenced corner 1o Plastered With harowoo Large attached garage for <pansion• Priced at Ill,- terms arranged. ,NN REAL ESTATE ALl., 426-6592 ANYTI ME $0Uth First Street @ S"ELTON IS CALL JNCI HI MLIE"-426.6501 KU RT MANN---426.3228 HOOD CANAL FOR SALE In Hoodsport -- real clean, two- bedroom home. Garage, patio, walking distance to stores, part- ly furnished• $7650 terms Three bedroom view home• Two- car garage, 200 feet on Pot- latch Beach. sweeping view of Mt. Rainier and Hood Canal. Beautifully landscapped• $24,500 terms FOR LEASE Three bedroom, unfurnished, 17 acres, shop, view, oysters, 268 ft. waterfront, $65 month IlOOO CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSPORT Phone TR 7-5211 or TR 7-5575 Evenings Preferred Properties by Walerfront Really 317 Railroad Ave. CALL 426-8277 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! New home, new surround- ings, an invigorating approach to a prosperous 1963, We have several models to choose from in budget-priced 3 bedroom homes, rain:mum FHA financ- ing with only $400.00 in cash required. $11.750 is full price and possesmon can be today. DON'T MISS THIS ONE! ! Large two bedroom home in excellent neighborhood;' low down payment, immediate pos- session. $7,950. HERE'S A RESOLUTION By making a small down payment, we hve several good homes, some furnished and some not, that can be your cornerstone of a more prosper- ous future, instead of paying rent each month. DOWNTOWN! ! Ready to go--this three bed- room home also has a rental unit for additional income--the low price is just $9,000 with very easy terms. ANGLESIDE! ! Lovely older three bedroom home, on a large view lot; spa- cious room with lots of stor- age. $11,500. -- Evenings Call- Marden Stroud ................ 426-4000 Dick Boiling .......... : ........ 4268162 Legal Publications N()TI('E 01;' TIMI'ER SALF BY '4EA IA,;I) BID NOTICE ]S HEREBY GIVEN. that pllrS/1Plll lo resolution adopted by tile Port of Shelh)ll• acting by and throug}l its toard o|" C(311u//issionel'S, scaled bids will lie received for the put'cllase of the merchantable timber and polos €)11 a lrat't el" land containiug 406 a('l'es ill(ire or less• loeah'd Nolltheast of ShPlton ill Sections |. 5. 8 and ,q, Tov/n- shill 20 North. Range 3. V.M.M., ill i[OSOII Cotlnl , VasllhlgtOll, forluevly known as the Naval Shillyard Annex. A till'tiler dese, ril)iion oI tile tract of land (:all lie obtained by (( ntaeting Mr. Jalnes Fauley at tile Jim Pauley [otors. hit'. George Nichols at the Shelton Printing and Stationery Conl- pany or Mr. A1 Ferlliel al tile Beck- with Apartments. all ill Shelton. Wash- ington, Each bid must be accompanied by a bid proposal deposit in the feral of a easllb-:r's check, lnoney order or surety bond to the Port el Shetton in an alllOllnI nol less Ihall 5 percent Of the bid and no bid will be considered un- less accompanied by said bid proposal deposit. Tile successful bidder will also be required IO pOSl a satisfactory pel TM J Ol•lllanee bond ill the anlount of $1.500.00 in favor el said Port of Shel- toll, returll el the same being condi- tioned Ul)On full compliance with tile requil•em(mts of logging and slash dis- posal an provided by the Forest Prac- tices Acts applicable to said Area. Six (6) months from the date of sale will be allowed for removal o'f said timber and poles. Further information lnay be obtained by interested parties from Messrs. Pauley, Nicilols and Fer- rier above-mentioned and sealed bids will be received by them on or before 8:00 P.M.. Jan 17. 1963, at which lime all bids will be publicly opened at the Mason County Courthouse Shelton, Washington. The Port of Shelton reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Sllelton this 27th day of Nov.. 1962. GEORGE NICHOLS. Secretary, Port of Shelton. 12/27-1/3 2t LaBISSONIERE ,k STAR VALUES -k * WILL TRADE FOR SMALL- ER HOME, Mt. View, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, full basement, shop, ga- rage, wood furnace plus oil heat. Living room, dining room kitchen w/tiled counters. Full price $11,- 000, Free and clear. Will trade for 1 or 2 bedroom clear home in Shelton, 3 BEDROOMS ANGLESIDE SUBSTANTIAL FAMILY HOME 3 bedrooms, l t baths, floor fur- nace. 1/3 daylight basement, shop, outside entry. Spacious living room, large dining w/patio glassed doors. Neat kitchen, ample cabi- nets. 2 car ttached garage in- cludes utility. Hedge for privacy, Immediate possession for $795 down. $65 monthly• Priced to sell this week at $7.950. Call soon on this one, it's au excellent buy. CALL 426-4666 DAYTON---Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke were honored Saturday evening at open house for their fortieth wedding anniversary• They were married in Yakima Dec. 25. 1922. with the Reverend Croft officiatiug. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckett. They liv- ed in Yakima for about two years then moved to Port Angeles. In 1926• they moved to Shelton and to Dayton in 1937. where they still reside, Fern' cMldren came to bless their marriage, Robert now of Seattle. Mrs, Betty McLain. Kent Mrs. Donna Wolden Seattle and Mrs, Ann Wolden Shelton who were all present with their fami- lies. A wishing well for monetary gifts was made by Mrs. Clifford Combs. The beautiful yellow Mal- tese Cross with numbered 40 and chocolate horseshoc cakes were baked and decorated [)y Mrs. War- ren Williams and Miss Beatrice Nason. Both cakes were decorated with red rosebuds• The tables were also graced with a copper bowl of red carnations and white taurus, copper candelabra with red cand- Ies, and copper coffee services. Mrs. David Chilson of Kent poured Miss Carol Wolden was in charge of the guest book and gifts and was assisted by Karlene McLain. :Mrs. Ralph Killough was in charge of the cakes. MORE THAN A hnndred guests dropped in with well wishing. Out of town guests other than the Lemke's children and families were Mr. and Mrs, Vern McCann, " 8helen Waehiagtoa Page 1f ' .... ,rl ii ii i i Open House At Dayton Hall Honors 40th Anniversary of A E iemkesl m....,. ,ore Departnmnt: Help keep freedonl = 2" in your future by buying an EXTA Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burk- ] The James }[ickson family spent grandparents, , and Mrs. Allen Savings Bond during the Free- land and children Puyalhlp, Mr. Ch|'istnms Day with Mr, and Mrs, dora Bond Drive. Legal Publications Kurt LaBISSONIERE AGENGY CALL FOR BIDS Tile North Mason School Directors call for bids on tile following: I Regular gasoline, delivered at the site o$ the Belfair Elementary Sellool• 2, Diesel burner fuel. delivered to the Belfair Elementary School. and the Allyn Elcnlentary School 3, P.S. 300, diesel buruer fuel (heavy duty), delivered at the site of tile North Mason Junior-Senior High School. All bids will be received no later than eight p.ln. the evening of Jan- uary 14th. All bids will be sealed. Bids will be opened at a regular meet- ing of tile directors on this date. The directors, North Mason Consoli- dated School District. reserve the right to reject any and all bids. CHARLES AMACHER. Clerk North Mason School Dist. Belfair. Washington 1/3-10 2t :NO. 3110 NOTICE TO CREDITOBS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY• In the Matter of the Estate of NET- TIE S• ELLIOTT. Deceased. Henry A. Elliott is tile appointed and qualified Adlninistrator of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve tile salne m duplicate, dnly verified, on said Admhllstrator or his attorney. Robert L. Snyder• at the address be- low stale, and file the salne with tile Clerk of said Court. togetllel • with proof of such service, within six mouths after the date of first publiea- lion of this notice or the same will be barred Date of first publication: Deeenlber 27. 1962. HENRY A. ELLIOTT Adnfinistrator 411 Ellinor S]lolton. rashiYlgl/)ll, ROEERT L. SNYDER Attorney al Law t25 I, N. 5th Shorten. Washington. 12/27-1/3-10-17 4t Real Estate  Insurance 119 So. 4th -- Sheltorb Wash. EVENINGS: JOHN DEVEREUX 426-8544 SYLVIA CAREY 426-3132 WHY LIST WITH Vince MANN REAL ESTATE? Because YOU'LL GET ACTION!! The wise buyer prefers to deal with a REALTOR who has a large selection of properties so that he may carefully choose the home most suited to his needs. The wise seller prefers to list with a REALTOR who is active, energetic and gets results. -Who Else Then But- KURT HAHN and VINCE HIHLIE 'GALL US ANYTIME MANN REAL ESTATE 321 South First Street, Shelton Phone 426-6592 and Mrs. Frances Wilson of E1- lensburg, Garland Garvis, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Stornes, Marie and Lcn- ny Anderson, Seattle Mrs. Hazel Falkgren. Miss Marjorie Lemke, Seattle. The weekend before Christmas. Allen Hickson. Lake Nahwatzel, Before leaving for their dinner date they had callers, the Rever- end and Mrs. Richard K. Meyers of Beaver Creek. Ore. The Dick Leonards had as Holi- day dinner guests their daughter Tibbits. On Friday night the girls parents, the Willis Tibbits joined I them for the night. On Friday eveuing, Mr. and Mrs. ! Pete Bloomfield. Susie. Peggy and I Mrs. Jerry tloomfield motored to McMbmvil]e to watch son. Jerry of St. Martins play basketball in a bi00trit00te00 (fete, BOSTON LOS ANGELES Mr. and Mrs, Dell Adams enjoyed visits from all their children with the Dick Kelleys of Tacoma on Friday night, the Francis Troup family, Seattle spent Saturday overnight and on Sunday evening the Lester Adams family of Taco- ma called also the J. C. Tibbits family of Chehalis, They all re- turned on Christmas eve for the evening of festivities. On Christ- ntas day, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rick- ards and children were dinner guests of the Dell Adams• Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Maynard and children. Shelton spent Christ- mas eve and the Holiday in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Rietdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Hov,,ard Dufey and son, Shelton joined them for Christmas dinner. Mr. and Ms. Bill Chappell and children, Coos Bay, Ore. were Wednesday through Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Darl Goldy. Gathering at Dayton Hall for their Christmas dinner were Mrs. Charles Baird. Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Chapin, Lilliwaup, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rumpf and children, Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. R. S, Huev and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and children• Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Kilborn of Mihvaukie. Ore. called at the A1- via Chapman home on Wednesday evening. Aleta and June were col- lege roommates at Walla Walla. HOLIDAY DINNER _guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker were Mr. and Mrs. Niel McPhee, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dyson .Teni- no. spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kidd. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rishel had as Christmas guests her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Liem- back, Hoodsport. HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR IN A NEW HOME ONLY $2,500.00 Do you want to own a home? Well, then here's a cozy little house you can buy with your rent money. There are 2 bed- rooms, living room. kitchen and bath. It's located on a very large lot in a nice area• This is the first time offered--be first to inspect it. .... A. ROY DUNN ..... MAGNIFICENT VIEW A perfect situation for a family man. A five bedroom, 1V bath deluxe home on a large, beautifully landscapea lot situated on your own pri- vate drive. There is a large liv- ing room, dining room. and full basement. Put ),our family into the fine home you want them to have, priced at $17,900. ......... A. ROY DUNN - OUT IN THE COUNTRY This modest two bedroom home is located on 10 acres in the Pickering area. There are fruit trees, Christmas trees. some tintber, good garden area. and a nice stremn Plenty of elbow room for $5.750. ...... A. ROY DUNN ..... BUILT TO LAST This is a very nice 2 bed- room home with large, well- kept yard. and good garden area. You will have large clo- sets. dining room, sunporch, garage, and a view of the bay. This one is well kept through- out and priced at only $9.900. A. ROY DUNN ...... WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME If you are seeking a good three bedroom home with large fenced yard, roomy garage, and nice patio, then look no fur- ther. This attractive honte is just right for the young fa- mily and you can move in with only a small down payment. The price is $9,350.00. Ask to see it soon. -- A. ROY DUNN -- HERE'S A DANDY Two bedroom cottage for $5.- 950. It's well constructed with so many excellent features you're sure to like and located in an area of similar nice homes. Has an extra large lot for garden and play area, etc" Better see this one now! A. ROY DUNN --- LUXURY HOME -- REAL BUY! We are authorized to consi- der the best offer for one of Shelton's finest three bedroom homes, This one is a dream and we know you will like it. There are 21, baths, dining room, first class kitchen, ex- quisite living room and much much more. Come in and dis- cuss. A real buy. -- A. ROY DUNN -- GOOD LOCATION- GOOD VALUE! This 3 acre Spencer Lake property with 90 feet of front- age would make a first class homesite or a summer etreat. With waterfront prices contin- uing to rise, this will prove to be a very fine investment. The price is $3,350 with $500 down and low monthly payments. - -- A, ROY DUNN ..... LAKESIDE DANDY Three bedrooms, family room with fireplace, large living room with fireplace, dock, 100 ft• frontage -- a race buy at $13,500. Better look, A. ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call: Mary Voss ................ 426-8074 Watt Marble ............ 426.3022 A. Roy Dunn .......... 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Railroad and family of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. George Schnabel. and girls. At the John Youngs for Christ- mas dinner were. Mr, and Mrs Ted Reynolds• Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Young and children and Sharon Young of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and ons spent the holiday in the Shel- ton home of Mrs. Nena Roberts. Doctor and Mrs. BHI Monson and son and Mr. and Mrs, Ted Men- son. Renton and the sister of Mrs. Bill .Monson. Lizbeth Eekstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts, Island Lake were also guests. Kathy Hickson returned home with the James Hickson family on game with Linfield College. The Eugene Evers family spent Christmas day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burke, Ho- quiam. The Robert McKay family of Hoquiam was also present. Mr. and Mrs• John Huff of Myr- tle Point. Ore. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Ei- US Psson. Wednesday visitors in the Pete Bloontfield home were Joe Waters• Cah]amet. Pat McCarthy, Seattle Corky Peterson, Shelton and Bob- by Jo Mauk, Olyntpia The J. C. Tibbits family, Cheha- lis and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tibbits Christmas Day and spent a few and daughter. Olympia spent Mon- days and the: had Jo Hickson as day eve and Christmas Day with her gmst for a couple of days. MI{. AND MRS, FRITZ Buechel and Peter motored to Longview to spend Christmas with son and family, Mr, and Mrs. Ton] Buechel. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Barton of Tacoma spent the Holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: J. r. Rayson. John Schur arrived home on December 23 from college in Seat- tle to spend his vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schur. Spending Christmas day in the home of Mr. and Mrs James Dou- gherty were Mr, and Mrs. George Earthman and Elenora Mrs. Zonie Price and Mr. and Mrs. Gib Ovist, Shelton. The Allen Hickson family of Lake Nahwatzel were Sunday din- ner gests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Edwards and boys, Seattle were Christmas weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Scab Combs. :{r. and Mrs, Ed- wards left on Christmas da,y but the boys spent the rest of their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Combs took Larry, Leslie and Maurice home on the Monday and spent the night with the Edwards. Mr• and Mrs. Walter Chappell and children• Mr. and Mrs. A1 Chappel] anti children and Mrs. Mary Chappell were Christmas dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs, Henry Chappell of Matlock, Sunday evening callers in the R. S. Huey home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson, Shelton and her dad of Tacoma. Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs• Warren Williams were Mrs. Esther Kidd, Shelton and Bill Kidd. For Christmas dinner Mrs. Kidd and C. A. Kidd were present. MR..AND MRS. HARRY Kidd and son were Christntas eve dinner guests of lr, and Mrs. Alvia Chapman. Sunday ea!lers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J• \\;¥, Rayson were Mr. and Mrs. Ptarry Bcrgerson, Shclton MI'. aud {)'s. Berwyn Carver and children of Acme, were Sat- urday evening callers in the James Hiekson home, The John Anderson visited on Friday in the Lilliwaup home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chaplin. Sheila Hickson spent a couple ot days last week as the guest of Kathy Reek. Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Greenfield. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke were Mrs. Ivar Stornes and two granddaugh- ters, Mrs. Hazel Falhgren and Miss Marjorie Lentke. Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McLain and children, Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolden and children Seattle. The MeLains, roldens and Stornes spent the night also. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Liemback and children, Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rishel. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams and girls and :Mrs. Esther Kf6-5 motored to VVinlock to help daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cole move to their new home in Chehalis where Gary is employ- ed by Safeway. Christmas dinner msts of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swearingen were the Darrell Swearingens, Tacoma, The Robert Swearingens, Bliss- field, Mich. Mrs. Jean Reed and sons. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Tibbits and children. MR. AND MRS. R, S, Huey and family were Sunday visitors in the C. G, Chapin home in Lillwaup. N[r. and Mrs. Carl Spaulding of Coos Bay, Ore. were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Einarsson. The Spauldings will now reside in Skokomish Valley• Mr. and Mrs• Robert Leman and son were Christmas eve guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Evers, Matlock Other guests were Mr, mtd Mrs. Eugene Evers and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers and children. The occassion obsmwed the wed- ding anniversaries of the E. S, Evers and the Robert Lemans. Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry, Mr. and Mrs. \\;rer- non Stewart and family and Mr. and Mrs. William L• Broxm and daughter. The Marvin Lurid family, Bay- shore and the Jack Ghramm fam- ily, Union. were Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lurid. At the home of Mr. and Mrs, L, B Pharris for the holiday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Phar- ris. Seattle and Don Lantb. Escon- dido. The Joe C. Brown family spent Christmas eve at the home of Mr. Dan Brown. Kamiliche. Mrs. Ahna Baker had for din- ner guests on Christmas. her bro- ther. Vearl Bennett. Seattle and the Joe C. Brown family. During the day Mr. and Mrs• James Cunn- ingham, Kent called on the group. MLRS. BAKER AND her brother spent Christmas eve with Mrs, Dewey Bennett, Shelton and the Misses Una 8rod Ave Winsor. Donna Robin and Audrey Tib- bits spent Thursday night with the Allen Tibbits. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Johnson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Brinnon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pharris spent Christmas in the L. B. Pharris home. Christmas eve callers in the Joe C. Brown home were Mr. and M:rs• George \\;Vitcraft and his mother, Mrs. Isa Witcraft, Montesano. The Wayne Evers family spent Christmas in Montesano in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Meyers. and on the way stopped in at the E. S. Evers home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pharris were Saturday dinner gxests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris. Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloopnfield were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and family, Mr• and Mrs. Claude Mch•vin and Mrs. Les Bishop. On Friday evening Mr. and N[rs. John Creekpaum and Kim of Mc- Cleary were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Brown• and en- joyed an evening playing pinochle• LONDON CHICAGO The JOURNAL Interesting Accurate Complete • Internotlonal Hews Coverage The Christian Science Monitor One Norwoy St., Boston !, Mosk Send yout newspoper for th 'Hate  checked. Enclosed find my eck If money order. [] I yeor $22. ..'>` ' ...... n 6 months $1 ] n II month= lr. Nome I ' 'Add,." ..... ! State Iql-14 MT. VIEW ALLIANCE CHURCH Washington and J Sis. Sunday School ............. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m, A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m: Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m; Prayer Hour (Wed.} 7:30 p,m. Eugene Breid, Pastor FISHERHEN'S CLUB FIRST BAPTIST i)HuIcH Roy. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cots Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, JAN. 6 -- 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups. 7:00 p.m, Evening Service Guest Speaker: Rev. Ray Mainwaring "Missions In Alaska" Broadcast over KMAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD ! 130 East Pine Street MASON YOUNGLU2D: P:::r ' EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE E with " VANGELIST DALE HELLE JANUARY 2 -13 -- 7:00 P.M, " • Services nightly except Monday and Saturday Sunday Services ............................. ........... 11:00 a.m.. and 7:00 p.m. Colored pictures of God's Creation Shown Nightly , Sunday Sehool .................................................................... 9:45 a.m: Christ's Ambassadors ......................................................... 6:00 p.m. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Highway So. & Cascade Gerald Herman  Paster Sunday School ....................................................................... 9:45 a.m, Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ............................................................... 11:00 a.m. r i ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth and Cedar, She!ton, Washington The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:30 a,m. -- Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m, --- Church School and Adult Bible Class. 11:00 a.m. -- Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer i RRST OHURON OF OHR!ST, SGIENTIST 302 Alder St,, 8helton. Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m, Wedneay evening testimony meetmga 8 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hour= = to 4 p.m[ Mon & Fri. Wed. evening 6:4 to 7:45. i, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ........ 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p,m. Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday  Bible Study and Prayer  7:30 p.m. Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service THE METHODIST GHURGH North 4th and Pine Streets ROBERT R, RINGS, Minister 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Mmning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship " ) FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 Early Morning Vorship Service 9:3b Sunday School and Adult ible Class 11:00 Morning Worship Service CARL J. CARLSEN, Pastor Affiliated: Lutheran Free Church  National Lutheran Council