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~~V~A~w" --~V~--~~ Legal Publkations NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4171 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Deceased. The undersigned is the appointed and qualified personal representative of said estate. Persons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duly verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service within four months after January 7, 1971, or the same will be forever barred. PHILIP C. BAYLEY, Executor P.O. Box 728 Title Insurance Building Shelton, Washington ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney for Estate ] 25 1/2 N. 5th Shelton, Washington 98584 1/7-14-21-3t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION NO. 4174 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE "STATE OF WASH I NGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF O. JACK WEIRAUCH, Deceased. A petition has been filed in this Court asking that Letters of Administration be issued to CHARLES W. WEIRAUCH in this estate. It will be heard on January 22, ]97], at 9:30 o'clock A.M. in the Courtroom of the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. Lodga Fields CLERK By Betty Thompson DEPUTY Glenn E. Correa Attorney at Law 121 S. 4th Street Shelton, Washington 1/7-1t SUMMONS No. 10633 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. OO ROTHY H. SHUGART, Plaintiff, vs. A. P. SHUGART, JR., Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, TO: A. P. SHUGART, JR., Defendant. You are nerem] summonea to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within Legal Publications the undersigned attorney for the plaintiff, B. Franklin Heuston, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. Plaintiff's objective in this action is to secure a divorce from the defendant upon the grounds stated in her complaint on file as atoresald and tor such additional relief as is prayed for in said complaint. B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON Attorney for Plaintiff Office & Post Office Address: Angle Building Shelton, Washington 98584 12/17-24-31-]/7-14-21-6t NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4170 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY (IN PROBATE). IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GERTRUDE C. RAWDING, Deceased. The undersigned is the appointed and qualified Executor of said estate. Persons having claims aqainst the deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duty verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the aadress stated below and file the same with the Clerk of the Court, together with proof of service within four months after 24 December 1970, or the same will be forever barred. JACK A. RAWDING, Executor Address: Rt. 1, Box 369E, Olympia, Wash. B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON, Attorney for Estate. Angle Bldg., Shelton, Wash. 98584 12/24-31-1/7-3 t NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That, the Board of County Commissioners wilt hold a public Hearing on their intention to adopt the Washington State Highway Department's "Policy On Accomodatin9 Utilities On Highway Right-of-ways" along with a revised fee schedule thereon. Said Hearing will be held in their Office at the County Courthouse in Shelton, Washington, at 11:00 A.M. Monday, January 18, 1971. Any interested person may appear at said hearing to be heard either for or against the adoption of said policy and fee schedule. DATED this 5th day of January, 1971. BOARD OF COUNTY (Con't. from page 1) enhanced and increased in the transmitting of his knowledge. Dr. Daniel Jordan believes that learning begins in the womb, and that pre-natal influences greatly affect the embryo. "The nutritional state of the mother-to-be is undeniably important," he says, "and her emotional state is equally so. Stress in the pregnant woman results in hormone in]balance which may contribute to many undesirable effects upon the unborn baby." Cleft palate, said Dr. Jordan, has been directly attributed to stress endured by the expectant mother, while her poor nutrition reflects itself in the lower I.Q. of her offspring. Legal Publications NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 10350 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY GUTHRIE INVESTMENTS, INC., Plaintiff, vs. ROY A. THORNTON and ETHEL IRENE THORNTON, Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Superior Court of Mason County, Washington, on January 4, 1971, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Guthrie Investments, Inc., Plaintiff, against Roy A. Thornton and Ethel Irene Thornton, Defendents, being cause No. 10350, and to me, as sheriff, directed and delivered: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will proceed to sell at pu blic auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for sheriff's sales, to wit: at ten o'clock A.M., on the 5th day of February 1971, before the front door of the Mason County Courthouse in Shelton, Washington, the following described property, situated in Mason County, Washington, to wit: The North three-quarters (3/4) of the West half (Wl/2) of the Northeast Quarter (NEI/4I of the Northeast Quarter (IqEl/4) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Nineteen (19) North, Poverty, therefore is a tremendous disadvantage. Cognitive abilities are recognized by the professor as being of utmost importance. Perception, he finds, must be highly developed before the child is capable of giving his attention to other stimuli. Dr. Jordan deplores the common exhortation to 'sit up and pay attention', which is delivered without any instruction on the art of doing so. "Paying attention," explains Dr. Jordan, "is strictly a learned thing; and yet in schools it is not taught. My Anisa model remedies this omission." Dr. Jordan opens his classes with the playing of a Chopin Etude, after which he finds his small pupils in an attentive position and with an alert attitude. "Posture and attentiveness are closely related," he explains, "and I utilize the biD-chemistry of music." tie attributes the many school drop-outs to the failure of educators to teach the student to learn. "Development of learning competence," says the doctor, "is all-important. Yet too often are children left floundering to sink or swim through the sea of knowledge unaided." tie also believes that the exercise of will is a valuable art which must be learned; and it is frequently, in schools, actually prohibited. "ln the Anisa model," he states, "experiences are deliberately arranged to assist the child in the development of his will and to strengthen his capacity to consummate his intentions." Without this ability, the doctor feels that a person cannot direct his own destiny. Nor is the emotional aspect neglected in the plan. "A person is never fully developed," declares the professor, "until he is able to love and to be loved." Value formation also receives attention. Nothing in this important area is left to chance. Perceptional acuity goes hand-in-hand with thinking. "Labeling," states the teacher, toward normal and useful lives. He has as a member of his own staff an ex-convict who had been considered incorrigible sincc his first imprisonment at the age of 13 years. It was with greatest difficulty that Dr. Jordan obtained permission to attelnpt this unprecedented experiment. "Larry," says Dr. Jordan, father of two little girls. "has responded completely to my methods and has proved himself a thoroughly responsible and conscientious friend and co-worker. I'd trust him with my family under any sort of conditions." Daniel Jordan, born in Alliance, Neb., started his studies on the piano at the age of four years, Taught by his mother, he soon progressed beyond the scope of her abilities, and there were no funds to further his musical education. As a nine-year-old he struck a bargain with the organist of the local Methodist Church. In return for five hours of daily labor he received lessons. "First," he states, "I worked my allotted time." Then, with hands sore and stained and stiffened, he received his piano lesson. "It was one of my duties," he recalls, "to -,~radicate the dandelions from the lawn. i cheated; I always carefully allowed a few plants to make seed, lest I work myself right out of a job." In spite of his chicanery, his employment and his lessons came to an abrupt end when his instructor left the city a year later. Determined to continue in the study of the instrument of his choice, young Daniel succeeded in making a similar arrangement with another pianist from whom he received lessons for 1 2 months until she, too, left the area. It was at this point that he began work under a conservatory-trained teacher who allowed him to pay for his lessons by labor but also dcmantied that he practice a specified number of hours each day. "I left every lesson in tears," Daniel Jordan remembers. "She didn't intend to be unkind; she merely wished to make a good pianist of me." As a high school freshman he was induced by his teacher to enter the state piano contest with the promise that she would give him lessons for the following year free of charge if he were awarded a superior rating, which he achieved. The offer was repeated throughout his high school years, and he never failed to qualify for the gratuitouslessons. In his senior year hewas offered a scholarship byAllan Willman, judge of the piano contest and chairman of the Division of Music in the University of Wyoming. He was also provided with employment, and upon entering the University labored for five hours a day, washing dishes and assisting in the record department, lle practiced for an equal amount of time, and attended classes as well. There he met Mrs. Charlotte Gillen, a former Wenatchee resident. The extremely active and youthful 84-year-old woman musician had been a member of the Baha'i faith since early in the century. She awakened in Daniel Jordan an interest in her beliefs. As a sophomore the hard work and long hours had begun to take their toll ot Daniel Jordon, who developed ulcers and suffered from acute fatigue. He applied for a Rhodes Scholarship and progressed to the regional finals before he was disqualified as being under-age. Although still too young, he again applied the following year. He was selected as a finalist and was the first person from this country to be awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in Music to the University of Oxford. e tte was in three years graduated from the University of Wyoming with highest honors including a special award in music and an award for the highest grade average. Although usually given for a two year period, to Daniel Jordan was presented a three year Rhodes scholarship. Oxford students are expected to travel during vacation periods, thus extending their knowledge. Those attending on scholarships must be able to finance for themselves these many expeditions. When Daniel Jordan, of modest means, was questioned prior to the awarding of his scholarship as to his ability to raise necessary personal funds, he produced exquisitely designed note-paper intricately bordered with a pattern of roses. By the sale of this stationery, he assured them, he could pay his extra expenses. And so he did. "People from my home town bought cases and cases of it," he said. "They also raised money for me by means of a concert." Daniel, whose father was a very fine artist, had drawn and sketched from earliest childhood; when he was 13 years old several of his sketches, water colors and paintings were selected for hanging in a special exhibit. Soon after his arrival at Oxford, Daniel Jordan, through the continued interest of Mrs. Gillen, received an invitation to attend Baha'i Fireside meetings, and at the end of a year he embraced that faith. It was shortly thereafter, as he stood on the threshold of his musical debut that he declined an offer to perform with a noted symphony, making his decision to leave the field of music. "I had hoped," says Dr. Jordan, "to become a cathedral organist; Baha'is do not have cathedrals. And 1 had come tc conclusion that, much as 1 music, I had more of offer the word in the realr education." And so, with three del music to his credit, with years of hard work and a glorious future grasp, Daniel Jordan turned back on his dream to start all in a new area of endeavor. After two years of the U.S. Army, into which drafted while attending and during which time he stationed in Germany, Jordan returned t( United States with an bride. He enrolled in University of Chicago again accomplished undel work, this time in the stud human development, in psychology and s~ anthropology. Dr. Jol completed at the special sequence of brain structure and chemistry in relations memory, emotion and 1 He is at present a full professor of Education University of where, in his new education Baha'i blended with the resull scientific research. Dr. Jordan has corn study for the state Massachusetts and has his model in Washington, D. is a consultant on the program, through which he his model will be ado professor hopes to attract support to put the Anisa into operation and to continuing research. Enroute to teach in the Winter School in Daniel Jordan was a recent guest in the home of Mr. anl Ken Martig of Shelton. First Baptist Church (CONSERVATIVE) Range Six (6), West, W.M, sixty days after the 17th day of COMMISSIONERS OF levied on m the hereinabove "plays a great part in mental December, 1970, and defend the MASON COUNTY, described cause to satisfy a growth. Names are applied to above entitled action in the aboveWASHINGTON judgment of foreclosure of a objects, to events and to, people entitled Court and answer the By RuthE. Boysen mortgage amounting to I' complaint of the plaintiff and Auditor & Clerk of the Board $ 3,1 ] 1.31, together with by the visual approach... ' serve a copy of your answer upon1/7-14-2t attorney's fees in the amount ofDr. Jordan has written a thesis l United Methodist Church $500.00, plus interest and and has presented to federal -- taxable costs in favor of prisons an adaptation of his Gand King Streets RESOLUTION plaintiff. WINTER ROAD RESTRICTIONS DATED this 4th day of model for use in the rehabilitation REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Minister WHEREAS, during the periods of freezing and thawing weather, January 1971. John D. of criminals. The professor Services: 9:00a.m.& 11:00a.m. Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. Im~h dare, age to County roads may be done by excessive loads on any Robinson, Sheriff of Mason believes that punishment should . U.M.Y, at 6:30 P.m, vehicles which use the County roads;and ~ County, Washington fit not the ~rime, ,but ~he .... ....................... WHEREAS, it appears that the most expedient way to prevent this By Ann Rose criminal. "Five different man who Chief Civil Deputy. damage is to restrict the loads on vehicles; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that for a period of one hundred arid twenty (120) days from January 5, 1971, vehicle loads on county roads may be restricted according to the following schedule: REGULAR RESTRICTIONS EMERGENCY RESTRICTIONS LOAD IN LBS. PER TIRE LOAD IN LBS. PER TIRE TIRE SIZE 1/7-14-21-28-4t CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Public Utility District No. 3 of Mason County, Washington does hereby invite sealed proposals for supplying specified quantities of insulated overhead and underground aluminum conductors of various sizes in accordance with Specification No. E1-7], obtainable from the District upon request. Proposals for furnishing this conductor must be sealed and filed at the District's office, P. O. Box 490, Shelton, Washington, 6.00 1400 Lbs. 1400 Lbs. 6.50 1600 Lbs. 1600 Lbs. 7.00 1800 Lbs. 1800 Lbs. 7.50 2250 Lbs. ]800 Lbs. 8.50 NylOn 2250 Lbs. 1800 Lbs. 8.25 2800 Lbs. 1900 Lbs. 9.40 Nylon 2800 Lbs. 1900 Lbs. 9.00 3400 Lbs. 2250 Lbs. 10.30 Nylon 3400 Lbs. 2250 Lbs. 10.00 4000 Lbs. 2750 Lbs. 11.10 Nylon 4000 Lbs. 2750 Lbs. 11.00 And Over 4500 Lbs. 3000 Lbs. 98584, on February 16, 1971 at BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that these restrictions may be 1:00 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time. imposed or removed during said period of one hundred and twenty E a c h b i d s h a I I b e 1120) days at the dWection of the Board of County Commissioners or at accompanied by a bid bond, in the amount not less than 5% of the direction of the County Engineer. the amount bid, with a corporate DATED this 5th day of January, 1971. surety licensed to do business in BOARD OFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS this State, and no bid will be MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON considered unless accompanied by rob filling stations," states Daniel Jordan, "will undoubtedly do so for five different reasons, requiring five different types of treatment. Only in this approach lies justice." "The suppression of human potentialities is in itself a criminal thing," says Dr. Jordan. "The introverted person when suppressed tends toward withdrawal with eventual dependance upon drugs or alcohol and probable capitulation to mental illness; the extrovert becomes hostile as a result of suppression, and will follow the criminal route." Prisons, designed to suppress, aggravate rather than alleviate the problems of the incarcerated, according to Dr. Jordan's ideas. "The average criminal will be behind bars once First Church of Christ, Scientist 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11:00 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.every Sunday SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1971 Bible Study: PAUL BUTTERFIELD, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED Faith Lutheran Church James O. A. Luckman, Interim Pastor Fifth & Cota - Tel. 426-8461 Sunday, January 10, 1971 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Classes for all ages ll:00 a.m. "God's Ark on Wheels" 6:00 p.m. Communion 7".15 p.m. Adult Afterglow and Youth Meeting Wed. Nite Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Morning Broadcast KMAS 1280 1 1 t CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeti ng .............................. 9 : ]5 Sunday School ................................. 1 ] :00i Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOUR I SYNOD 206 E. Wyandotte EDWIN C. ZSCHOCHE, Sunday, January 10, 1971 Divine Service at 10:30 Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Prof. Milton Riemer of P.L.U. will Conduct services during the month of January FOURSQUARE CHURCH Martin Auseth Chairman , William O. Hunter ATTEST: Ruth E. Boysen Clerk of the Board 1/7/lt NOTICE OF PROPOSED MERGER Notice is herebygiven that application has been made to the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C., 20220 for his consent to a merger of Puget Sound National Bank, Tacoma, Washir~ton, and National Bank of Mason County, Shelton, WashingtOn. tt is contemplated that all offices of the above-named banks will continue to be operated. This notice is published pursuant to Section 18 (c) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. December 10, 1970 NATIONAL BANK OF MASON COUNTY Shelton, Washington PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK Tacoma, Washington 12/17-24-3 I-1/7-14-5t L L . NOTICE OF MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS OF NATIONAL BANK OF MASON COUNTY SHELTON, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to call of its Directors, the regular annual meeting of shareholders of NATIONAL BANK OF MASON COUNTY will be held at the Banking House, 3rd and Cota Street, Shelton, Washington, on Wednesday, January 27, ]97], at 7:30 P.M. for the purpose of considering and voting upon the following matters: 1. Election of Directors. Fixing the number of Directors to be elected at 10 and the election o~ the 10 persons listed in the Proxy Statement dated January 11, 1971, accompanying the notice of said meeting. 2, Wtlmth~r an /l~reement to Merge this bank and Puget Sound~onal Bank, located in Tacoma, State of Washington, under the provisions of the laws of the United States shall be ratified and confirmed, subject to the approval of the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C., which agreement provides for the issuance of an additional 30,150 shares of common Stock of $]0 par value each, and for the I~JePOSe of voting upon any other matters incidental to the proposed merger of the two banks. A copy of the aforesaid agreement, executed by a majority of the directors of each of the two banks, providing for the merger, is on file at the bank and may be inspected during business hours. 3. Whatl~eer Other Business may be brought before the meeting or any adjournment thereof. Only those shartmolClers ot record at me dose of business on January 1! shall be entitled to notice of meeting and to vote at the meeting. By Order of the Board of Directors LARRY R. TRIPLETT Cashier 12/17-24-3]-1/7-14-5t such a bid bond. At the time and place named, such bids will be opened and read and the Commissioners will proceed to canvass the bids and may let the contract to the lowest responsible bidder upon the specifications. The Commissioners reserve the unqualified right in their sole and absolute discretion to reject any and all bids, to let the bid by item, and to accept the bid, or composite bid which in their sole and absolute judgment, will, under all circumstances best serve the interests of the District. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 3 of Mason County Edwin W. Taylor, President Jack A. Cole, Secretary Harold W. Parker, Commissioner OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND CONDUCTOR BID SPECIFICATION E1-71 more within six months of his release," states the professor, who feels that money spent in maintaining institutions and in providing treatment for the mentally ill and the criminally inclined might be better used in the educating of such persons Mr. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship . . ] ] :00 a.m. A.Y.F ............6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor 7th and Franklin WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-861 ! of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ...........................9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .......................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday .................. 7:30 p.m. 910 E. Dearborn Lewis B- Wysong, Pastor 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School, Guest: Dave and his puppet "Tor 11:00 a.m. -- "THE AMBASSADORS QUARTET" 7:00 p.m. -- Pastor Wys0ng speaking 6:00 p.m. Youth Mtgs. Bible Study - Wed. 7:00 COME * * * * * BRING A FRIEND SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Sunday School ........................... 9:45 Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a, Christ's Ambassadors ..................... 5:00 Evangelistic Service ....................... 6:00 p. Wednesday - Family Night ................. 7:00 p, REVIVALTIME, Sunday, KGDN ............ 3:00 p. 200,000 ft. No.4 A.W.G. 7 strand aluminum Type AAAC Density Polyethylene insulation. St. David's Church Maximum reel size 60" diameter; minimum reel size 5000' Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington 200,000 ft. No.2 A.W.G. solid aluminum 15 KV concentric neutral cabie. The conductor is to 8:00 A.M.- Holy communion be covered with a 10 rail semi- Service conducting shielding, 175 mil 10:00 A.M.-- Family " High Density Polyethylene TheChurchlsalwaysopenfotmeditationandprayer. C~,Ir~c~) insulation, 30 mil semi-conducting shield over insulation, and a concentric neutral of tinned copper wires wh ose total conductance shall equal 1/3 the conductivity of the insulated conductor. Maximum reel size 60" diameter; minimum reel size 2500'. All bids are to include the following: 1. FOB, Mason County PUD No. 3 warehouse, "K" Street and Highway 101 in Shelton. 2. Delivery time. 3. Firm price for acceptance within 30 days. 4. Reel size and length by NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butterfield Bible Study .................................... 9:45 a,m. Worship ............................... 11 a.m. & 7:30 P.m. Midweek Service ........................... Tues., 7:30 p.m. item. " ' "IL~_ 5. M a n u fac,urer s ! FIRST CHRISTIA-_NurHURCH I specifications on each item. I Arcadia and Lake uo evard I 6. All materials to meet IPECAI ED CHAMBER LAIN, Minister I spec,,cations B,b, eSchoo, ....... 9:45a am"y rv,ce ...... 7:30p.m 7. Washington State Tax to be included and shown as a separate" orshil W p ..................................... 11:00 a.m. I I Wednesday - Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. I item. 1/7-] t L Child Care Service Available,at 1 ] :00 Service " I Members of the Shelton Seventh-Day Adventist Church wish to express their sincere appreciation to the people of the community for their generous donations towards the national and international medical, educational, and relief program conducted by the church. During the month of December a total of $1 1 7 | was received. age 18 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 7, 1970