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Mobile Heroes Mobile Homes Did You Know More than two-thirds of the new one-family homes being sold in the under $25,000 price bracket a]'e mobile homes. Wonder Why? We have the Answer NEW PRE-BUILT HOMES (20 & 24 feet wide -- 36 to 68 feet long.) $7,950 $12,700 3 bedrooms -- includes appliances and drapes with carpets in living, dining, hall and master bedroom 3 bedrooms with den includes appliances and drapes with carpets in living, dining, hall and master bedroom 1,368 sq. ft. $6,830 12x60 2 bedrooms, front dining room, living room tip out carpet, furnished. $11,950 dishwasher --garbage disposal -- many many extras -- see at Taylor Towne Manor space No. 1. USED 3 excellent buys priced from $3750 to $6250. 206/426-4455 Home Center Mobile Home Sales and Service At Taylor Towne Shelton, Washington 98584 Legal Publkations NOTICE BY MASON COUNTY AUDITOR OF SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That a Special Election will be held for the formation of Mason County Fire Protection District No. 13, on Tuesday, January 19, 1971 The Polling Place for the Special Election will be at the Cloquallum Grange Hall, and the Polls will be open from 8:00 A.M, until 8:00 P.M. of said day. (Except that in the case there are any voters in the Polling Place at the hour of closing who have not voted, the Polls will remain open after the hour, to enable then to dO so) SPECIAL ELECTION FOR OR AGAINST PROPOSED FORMATION OF MASON COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 13 and ELECTION OF FIRST BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS The boundaries of said proposed Fire Protection District, as fixed by a Resolution of the Board of Mason County Commissioners at a Hearing on said matter, held in their office at 2:00 P.M., Monday, November 9, 1970, are described as follows: Beginning at the S.W. corner of Section 36, Township 19 North Range 6 W.W.M., thence north 3 miles to the N.W. corner of Section 24; thence east 1 mile to the N.E. corner of same; thence north 2 miles to the N.W. corner of Section 7, Township 19 North. Range 5 W.W.M.; thence east 3 miles to the S.W. corner of Section 3; thence north 1 mile to the N.W. corner of same; thence east 7 miles to the N.E. corner of section 3, Township 19 North, Range 4 W.W.M.; thence south 2 miles to the S.E. corner of Section 10; thence west 3 miles to the S.W. corner of Section 8; thence south 3 miles to the S.E. corner of Section 30; thence west 1 mile to the S.W. corner of same; thence south 1 mile to the S.E. corner of Section 36, Township 19 North, Range 5 W.W.M.; thence west 7 miles to the place of beginning; which includes these sections: Sections 1,2,3,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,34,35, and 36. All subdivisions at Star Lake, Arrowhead Lake and Lost Lake in Township ]9 North, Legal Publications NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Federal Aid Secondary Route Construction FAS 9110 in Mason County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all interested persons that Mason County is planning the construction of a portion of the Arcadia Road, FAS Route No. 9110, by constructing a concrete bridge over Mill Creek and the necessary approaches thereto. FURTHER, maps showing the proposed location of the project and plans showing construction details may be inspected at the office of the County Engineer, Courthouse, Shelton, Washington. FURTHER, Tentative schedules for right-of-way acquisition will be discussed at the hearing. FURTHER, no person will be dislocated from his home or place of business as a result of the proposed project. FURTHER, the description of the proposed road improvement is as follows: Commencing at a point on the existing Arcadia Road, County Road No. 9110, at Engineer's Station 242+50, Mile Point 4.60, thence in a southeasterly direction to Engineer's Station 261+00, Mile Point 4.97 on the existing county road, all in Section 25, Township 20 North, Range 3 West, W.M. The length of the project being 1,850 feet and North and East of the existing alignment. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a public hearing will be held at the office of the County Commissioners at the Courthouse in Shelton, Washington, at t1:00 am, Tuesday, February 16, 1971. All interested persons may appear at said hearing to be held with respect to the specific location and design details of the proposed construct ion. DATED, this 12th day of January, 1971. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MASON COUNTY, WASH I NGTON By Ruth E. Boysen Auditor & Clerk of the Board 1/14 & 2/4-2t mmunl Ju ees mall urnou By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - The Community Club held its regular January meeting with seven whole people present. You folks that forgot just like we did can blame it all on me for forgetting to remind you via this column. O.K.? The A1 Pridhams gave a very special party for their close friends Tuesday evening last week. Realizing it would be their last time to have a party for their friends here on the Island, (they will be moving this coming summer) they decided to do it up brown. When Monica made up her menu she decided to serve her guests something they hadn't ever had before. Thus such things as champagne, caviar, crepes suzettes etc. were among her many tidbits. Those present included Nels Baunsgard, the Wayne Brownings, the Sid Baunsgards, Jim Lohrers, Gordon Simmons, Raymond McCullochs, Irvie Wingerts and the Jim McAuliffes In the Hospital is Marie Crouch following a fall ira her home over the Holidays. She still has a few tender spots, but is in good spirits. That does it for the recent news until next week. Now if the Journal will have a lot of patience we'll once again do a review of last year's news. We'll start off with our favorite weatherman's report for the year 1970: Total rain: 61.78" Coldest temperature 26 Dog on several days Warmest day June 2, 95 dog. Wettest day Dec. 5, 2.18" JANUARY: Curtis Achziger and his bride Vivian Teeples were wed in the Morman Temple in Oakland, Calif. Following a bit of tough luck enroute for the Dec. 30 wedding. Their rings, his suit and her dress along with most of McAuliffe journeyed down to sunny southern Calif. to visit their son, Mike and his wife, Betty and to see their grandaughter, Gina, and also get acquainted with a brand new grandson who had made his debut into the world four months before their arrival. Harry and Shirley Craft returned home after being gone for about a month on a leisurely trip which included the bright spots in Nevada and long lazy days in southern California. Harry's son, Don and daughter, Karen flew down and joined them for a brief visit while they were in RenD. Dave Waite arrived back home after his two year tour of duty in the Armed Services. This little corner of America looked pretty great to Dave after a year over in Vietnam. He noted many changes around the Island during his absence• Orvaline Olds returned home to the Island after a month's absence spent visiting friends and relatives in California and Arizona. Lila Peugh also returned home after about a week's trip on which she accompanied her sister, Elizabeth Nelson of Seattle down to San Diego to pick up her son, Terry following the completion of his Naval Training• Highlights included a trip to the top of Mr. Tamalwood which affords a magnificient view of the San Francisco Bay area; a rock picking session on a nearby beach; and home via the redwoods and Crater Lake in Oregon. Still more Islanders chose this same month to head home. John and Beaulah ttitchcock headed south around Christmas time accompanied'by daughter Pauline Carnes and two of her youngsters who traveled through California when their son, Roger and his wife became parents down in San Diego. The Island welcomes some new residents. Kay and Elwood Braget become the second couple to officially become permanent residents at Island Shores this month. County begins work on Haskell Hill. Plans call for widening of the hill and also to make it a long gradual slope rather than the present dip and narrow steep nearly impassable hill it becomes during dry weather. Doris and Wilbur Jacobson travel to Oregon to attend the annual White Water Parade. This year's event attended by around 2.500 spectators held a very personal interest for the couple as their daughter, Eilene and seven fellow employees were participating in the wild parade. Their raft was sponsored by the Eugene City Park and Recreation Association. Sou-in-law of local Island couple the Lloyd Goodwins honored by being chosen to be a pall bearer at the funeral services for his boss. Jim Gorman joined the rest of County residents in the grief they felt at the sudden loss of Sheriff Wally Anderson. Two days later Jim was honored when he was selected as one of three candidates to fill Wally's shoes. MAY: A golden opportunity presented itself to four Islanders in the form of a pretty little blue and white seaplane. If a special delivery order had been sent in advance to Mother Nature herself the weather couldn't possibly have been one particle better. Ross LaMasters another Islander (Anderson) flew over to extend an invitation to Lila Peugh to join him for a visit at his Anderson all a bit worried About twenty peoi out to discuss and whether the Island wished to lease the house from the for some future the time) use of the After a lengthy majority (15 to 5) be better to use money for im building (the Hall) Islanders own. The sentimentalists went defeat on the issue. My Brassfield's great-grandchildren nine to eleven with twin girls to her Schmidt and his wife Olympia. The Neeses h tenants, the Anderson their two apartments. for arranging a family apartment for the another one for the Andy Anderson is a Weyerhauser and they at the Marina this boys attending Doris and Wilbur honored his morn, Marie's 80th birthday Open House celebration ~ over 70 guests. O~ everyone especially seeing, was Mabel living in Aberdeen hadn't seen for oh Helen and Everett two birds with one delivering son, Frank, Travis Air Force Base of his overseas duty have a nice trip to visit with daughter Gortz and her family. Dave Waite recently points which qualify professional racer. SHELTON Legal PublkatiNs NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4171 AUGUST: A CENTER ~ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF and to Las Vegas where theyIsland home. Lisa Yates who was Range 5 West W.M., and Sections THE STATE OF WASHINGTON their other possessions werecaught a bus headed north. From visiting grandma at the time a delightful friend and to all who knew her, Tot AT TAYLOR TOWNS: NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and 10, Township FOR MASON COUNTY In the stolen out of the car. there the Hitchcocks headed for a joined them after getting an O.K. died early this month. ! Golden West SALE OF REAL 19 North, Range 4 West, W.M. All Matter of the Estate of ALDENSeveral Islanders joined the rendezvous with the Rock ttound "from morn and dad. Upon his Villa West PROPERTY located in Mason County, C. BAYLEY, Deceased. KIRKWOOD, FREEDOM HOME NO. 10350 Washington, and also Sections Th~ undersigned is the more than 70 guests at an OpenCaravan of twelve campers. The return he took Rusty and yours ten years Harstine was eltOAtU~Oltt SUPERIOR COURT OF 24,25, and 36 in Township 19, appointed and qualified personal House honoring one of the caravan spent a month of truly for a brief iaunt to enjoy the herself and her family. SHELTON On Olympi~S/~Iten Freeway WASH INGTON FOR MASON North, Range 6 West W.M., and representative of said estate. Island's Pioneers, Hulda Wilson on primitive camping on the highspectacular scenery of Lower her was to love her and ~[~ ~ ~11~ ~ ~ ~1~'~ COUNTY also sections 18, 10, and 30 inPersons having claims against the ~lg~lg GUTHRIE INVESTMENTS, Township 19, Range 4 W.W.M., deceased are required to serve the the occasion of her 85th birthday desert located between California Puget Sound. remembered for her ' INC., Plaintiff, vs. ROY A. being situate in Mason County, same in duplicate, duly verified, at her daughters', Capt. and Mrs. and New Mexico. After leaving The Marshall Olsons are in the wit, gracious charm ani THORNTON and ETHEL IRENE Washington. on the undersigned or the Fred Weichseldorf, home in the Caravan they spent aboutprocess of moving all their Nature which she was pe ---~------_------ THORNTON, Defendants. Further, that at said Election attorney of record at the address Lakewood. By virtue of an order of sale another month further south and belongings lock, stock and barrel tune with everywhere i Pm61imtk ~, the following electors, residing stated below and file the same The Gone Seward'si ~1~ issued out of the Superior Court Jim Lohrer to be grounded stopping in favorite spots located from their present home at of Mason County, Washington, onwithin the fixed boundaries of with the Clerk of this Court, ~- January 4, 1971, by the Clerk said proposed district, and whotogether with proof of such for a few weeks while he is on previous trips. Cosmopolis, near Aberdeen. Their delightful guest, Mrs. E, ..... SU~t~tONS" ..... thereof, in the case of Guthrie were nominated by the Boal"d of service within four months after recoperating from a broken ankle And while most Islanders son arrived along with Iris family hailing originally from No. 10633 Investments, Inc., Plaintiff, County Commissioners at saidJanuary 7, 1971, or the same will he received in a fall outside the were returning home one left the from eastern Washington to help and presently residingin IN THE SUPERIOR COURT against Roy A. Thornton and Hearing as Candidates for the first be forever barred. O F THE STATE OF Ethel Irene Thornton, Board of Fire Commissioners, PHILIPC. BAYLEY, home. Island. EileenCruichshankheaded morn and dad get settled in asIt was both her first I : WASHINGTON FOR MASON Defendents, being cause No. shall be voted upon for the Executor Island Shores receives its first for California to await the arrival new Island residents, and her first trip to tI COUNTY. 10350, and to me, as sheriff, purpose of etectin9 the first Fire P.O. Box 728 phone and the happy recipients of a new grandchild. ~'~ : Bob and Dorothy Barnett States; She .was aeeom| DOROTHY H. SI0kJGART, directed and delfvered~ Commissioners for said District: Title Insurance Building are Johnny and Lucille Johnson. Shelton Valley and Southside celebrate their 25th wedding her daughter, Thelma Plaintiff, vs. A. P. SHUGART, JR., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ernest Loertscher Shelton, Washington FEBRUARY: With the help Granges joined the Harstinc anniversary by taking the funUpon leaving for h Irving L. Nason ROBERT L. SNYDEI?, of this district's Commissioner Grange for a delightful evening flight to RenD for three days. declared she was going I Defendant. that I wilt proceed to sell at Raymond E. Johnson Attorney for Estate T H E S T A T E O F public auction to the highestDATED this 6th day of January, 125 V2 N. 5th and the County Engineer a new better known to (;rangers as Dot Smith after selling her start putting coins in I WASHINGTON, TO: A. P. bidder for cash, within the hours SHUGART,JR.,Defendant. prescribed by law for sheriff's 1971. Shelton, Washington 98584 sight was located for the Grange Friendship night. The Jumpingproperty on the south end of the bank for another t Ruth E. Boysen 1/7-14-21-3tsponsored Map Board. It will be Jilts were really the highlight of Is]and purchases mobile home, 12 summer. You are hereby summoned to sales, to wit: at ten o clock A.M., Auditor, and Supervisor of apPear within sixty days after the on the 5th day of February 1971, Elections for Mason County, on the mainland, on the right side the program put on by the by 58 and with lots of help it is Ernie and Alma date of the first publication of before the front door of the Washington, and Special Election of the road at the end of the visitors, located behind and across thenephew of Mary and E! this summons, to-wit: Within Mason County Courthouse in Officer. 1/14 It sixty days after the 17th day of Shelton, Washington, the - NOTICE OF HEARING Bridge as one approaches the A long time Is]and resident, main County road from the Gonewere host and hostess 1 December, 1970, and defend thefollowing described property, N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y Island. Dr. Raymond Waid, succumbs atSeward and Helen Lammers their favorite Aunts a~ above entitled action in the above situated in Mason County, NOTICE TO CREDITORS G IVEN: That, the Board of The Yates Animal Shelter the Mason General Hospital residences, on the occasion of the entitled Court and answer the Washington, towit: complaint of the plaintiff and The North three-quarters (3/4) No. 4172 County Commissioners will hold a took in two new boarders for afollowing a lingering illness. His Congratulations to newly wed 50th wedding anniversa£ IN THE SUPERIOR public Hearing on their intention short stay, the Paul Lansky's two love affair with this lovely Island Patti (;laser and Jerry Rychman. totaled over I00 peoplel serve a copy of your answer upon of the West half (WVz) of the COURT OF THE STATE to adopt the Washington State the undersigned attorney for the Northeast Quarter (NEV4) or which Ernie and Mary ha plaintiff, B. Franklin Houston, at the Northeast Quarter (NE%) OF WASHINGTON IN AND Highway Department's "Policy Doberman Pinchers, Hilda and began with Iris first encounterJUNE: This seems to be the his office below stated; and inof Section Seventeen (17), FOR MASON COUNTY, On Accomodating Utilities On Baron, who have outgrown theirwith the Island back in 1929. He year for the Island to become for perhaps 30 or in so " even 40 years. • case of your failure so to do,Township Nineteen (19) North, IN PROBATE Highway Right-of-ways , alongowners Tacoma residence. The first acquired property here in home' ~or many people who up judgment will be rendered against Range Six t~6), West, W.M, In the matter of the Estate of with a revised fee schedule Lanskys are looking for new 1944 on the west side which heuntil recently have only been able Becky Chapman, dal you according to the demands oflevied on m the hereinabove D O N A L D V. Z AM ZOW, thereon. Deceased. Said Hearing will be held in homes for the two animals, later sold and purchased other to enjoy the Is]and on weekends Phil and Dorothy Ch~l Picketing arrived home the complaint which has been described cause to satisfy a Notice is hereby given that their Office at the County A former Islander, Mrs. Samland on the East side which he and vacations. Such is the case magnificent seven week filed with the Clerk of said Court.Plaintiff,s objective in this judgmentmortgageOf amountingf°recl°sure of toa the undersigned has been Courthouse in Shelton, Carries, called on several Didfirst named inspiration Park andwith Reid and Edna Mitchell. Europe as a member of tl action is to secure a divorce from $3,1 1 1,.31, together with appointed and has qualified asWashington, at 11:00 A.M., friends here and enjoyed verylater changed it to Perspiration Edna, formerly one of the three to People Program. Bee tl~ defendant upon the groundsattorney s fees in the amount of Administratrix of the Estate of Monday, January 18, 1971. Any stat~! in her complaint on file as $500.O0, plus interest and Donald V. Zamzow, deceased; interested person may appear at much her first crossing on the Park which one entered from Wilson girls grew up at the family aforesaid and tar such additional taxable costs in favor of that all persons having claims said hearing to be heard either for Harstine Bridge. Disappointment Corner, Punctured home on Jarrell's Cove. And their to show the slides she 1 relief as is prayed for in saidplaintiff. . against said deceased are hereby or against the adoption of said Mrs. Betty Lane mother of and deflated dreams resulted in lovely new home !s just a stone's future Grange meeting.. complaint. DATED this 4th day or required to serve the same, duly policy and fee schedule, two Island gals, Kathryn Wingert the change of names, throw from 'home. And while we SEPTEMBER: Once verified, on the undersigned DATED this 5th day of B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON January 1 97 1. John D. administratrix or her attorney at January, 1971. and Mac Tierney, died at a Old friend visits Marie Crouch are welcoming new permanent annual Labor Day da AttorrmV for Plaintiff Robinson, Sheriff of Mason Tacoma rest home. after absence of 60 plus years, residents it is also appropriate to out to be what each Office & Post Office Address: County, Washington the address below stated and file BOARD OF COUNTY Angle Building By Ann Rose the same with the clerk of said COMMISSIONERS OF Rusty Yates walks off with The last time Marie and Erik welcome back home one of the year its chairmen Shelton, Washington 98584 Chief Civil Deputy. court, together with proof of such MASON COUNTY, two top prizes at his first Blue Westin saw each other was when pioneers, Hulda Wilson, following tremendous success. service within four months afterWASHINGTON 12/17-24-31-1/7-14-21-6t 1/7-14-21-28-4tthe date of the first publication of By Ruth E. Boysen and Gold dinner after just joining he was best man at her and laer several years absence from an Helen Olson and E this notice or the same will be Auditor & Clerk of the Board the Cub Scouts at the beginning late husband Oscar Jacobson s Island which was truly home most are honored guests at NOTICE OF PROPOSED MERGER barred. 1/7-14-2t of this school year. First prize was wedding in their hometown back of her life. new neighbors party. Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Date of first publication, --- awarded the genius kit he and in Finland. . :*at~',, County roan crews have her husband, Ja • Comptroller of the Currency, Washington; D..Cx 20220 for his January 14, 1971 consent to a m~rgtr of Puget Sound NationaL uank, /acoma,BETTY R. ZAMZOW NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS his dad made into a covered Club mails out an mwt ,,,,,albegun to blacktop about two recently moved here Washington, and National Bank of Mason ~ounty, Shelton, Administratrix of said Estate N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y wagon and the Flag cake with a letter to most all property owners miles of road through the center and are living with Washington. T R E N A B E L S I T O GIVEN: That all claims againstreplica of a cub scout hat on top asking thorn to help support the of the Island to the delight of Ben Rigney. [n the It is contemplated that all offices of the above-named banks WORTHINGTON Mason County for the year 1970, won first prize too. Community Club by becoming everyone, residents and visitors they hope to move a will contin~ to be operated. Attorneys for Estate, must be presented to the Auditor This notice is published pursuant to Section 18 (c) of the Office and Postoffice Address:of Mason County, not later than Brian Burch, son of Hi andmembers. Dining room receivesalike, on a nearby piece FKlerai Deposit Insurance Act. 205 Thurston Savings & Loan January 20, 1971, for allowance Jean Burch, boards a plane bound face-lifting in the form of new And no review would really The Island can Bldg. Olympia, Washington by the Board of County to a far-away place and new paint job. Two guest speakers at be complete without a good has another brand December 10, 1970 NATIONAL BANK OF MASON COUNTY 1/14-21-28-3tCommissioners. adventure. Bidding his folks and Community Club meeting discuss fishing yarn. And we have a grandparents. Reid Shelton, Washington N~~G any Accordingclaims presentedt° RCW more36"40"200'than his sister a fond adieu he headed pros and cons of going together dandy! Bert Myhre, unable to fish Mitchell'SMichelaski, daughteriand her FINAL ACCOUNT thirty (30) days after the fiscal for the Northwest Orient Airlines with Pickering and Agate to form with a boat due to a heart Stavros became parents • Tacoma,PUGET SOUNDwashingtonNATIONAL BANK No. 4082 year. shall be provided for in the plane that would wing him toa fire district.- condition was doing a bit of new daughter, naff , 12/17-24-31-1/7-14-5tIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF next ensuing year's budget. Hang Kong to fulfill a dream that Claire Wingert gets acquainted beach fishing with a flyrod for Stephanie named f Ruth E. Boysen had been at the back of his mind with new grandson, Warren Keith, cutthroat trout when a ten-pound grandmothers. As , ,~w . -- THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Mason County Auditor. FOR MASON COUNTY IN 12/31 and 1/14-2t since graduation from the born late this month. The proud salmon took his bait. A half a NOTICE OF MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS PROBATE. University of Washington. new parents are Bob and Elaine mile down the beach from his afterarrivedreceivingat Grangethe jUlgc OF NATIONALsHELToN,BANKwAsHINGToNOF MASON COUNTY ESTAIN TETHE oFMATTERDoNALDOF THEB. NOTICE~OF GROUND However, that dream was Ireland. He joins a sister, Shelia, ttole-in-the-wall ham and twoR~d rtwmarked to the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to call of its WHITE, Deceased. WATER RIGHT posponed for over four years as 5, and brother, 14 mon.th oldheart pills later he landed the wi h a inkle in his c) Directors, the regular annual meetin9 of shareholders of NOTICE IS GIVEN that the APPLICATION No. 11481 he twice served as a member of Brian. beauty! NATIONAL BANK OF MASON COUNTY will be held at the Final Account and Petition for STATE OF WASHINGTON, the Peace Corp. Waiting for Brian APRIL: About twenty gals David Gabrielsen, son of just one thing about Banking House, 3rd and Cota Street, Shelton, Washington, on Distribution has been filed with DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, at the end of his plane ride was a enjoy Spring Outing at the Beula and Steig Gab~elsen, and Grandpa that s not so 1 Wednesday, January 27, 1971, at 7:30 P.M, tor the purpose of the Clerk of the above Court and OLYMPIA. considering and votin~ upon the following matters: the personal representative seeks TAKE NOTICE: new career as an Interior Designer Jacaranda Restaurant overlooking his bride Nancy Ca ghell wereI'll have to sleep with a 1. EleCtion of Directors, Fixing the number of Directors to settlement of the account. That CHESTERFIELD -- for a firm he had long hoped to the Sound in Olympia. wed in an Oregon ceremony. For OCTOBER: Gen~ I:~ elected at 10 and the election of the 10 persons listed in the distribution of the estate, andHOSS INCORPORATED of be associated with, the Conrad The Hi Burches' son-in-law t e parents and Beula s mother h , Dad, Charlie Seward d Proxy Staterr~nt dated January 11, 1971, accompanying thedischarge, which matters have Seattle, Washington on December Hilton.car Tom Hranac returned the end of one highlight of the occasion Allyn House at the age noticeof said rmmting, been set for hearing on February 23, 1970 filed application forHelen Lammers sells her last month from his tour of duty made the wedding very special.1915 he moved his fa 2. Whether an Agreement to Merge this bank and Puget 5, 1971, at 9:30 A.M., in the permit to withdrawpubticground Sound National Bank, located in Tacoma, State of Washington, Courtroom of the above-entitled waters through a well situatedbusiness Motor Parts Machine in in Vietnam and he was as Nancy chose for her wedding and four children, to t under the i~'ovisions of the laws of the United States shall be Court. within Tract 100, of- the plat of Seattle to the Cummins Dieseldelighted to be reunited withgown the one Beula had not only of Harstine Island, W ratified and confirmed, subject to the approval of the /s/DellaJ.Riter Colony Surf No. 6of Section9. Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C., which Personal Representative Township 23N., Range3W. W.M., Corp. and looks forward to them as they were happy to have worn 28 years before, but had lived in until fall q, ~mtent provides for the issuance of an additional 30,150 Glenn E. Correa in Mason County, in the amountbecoming a permanent residentDaddy back home permanently designed herself and her morn moved into the Jeramia ~ of common stock of $10 par ,value each, and for the Attorney at Law of 200 gallons per minute, subject ann enjoy her lovely new homeGrangers busy with their figured out a pattern for and log house at Ballow. | purpof~ of voting upon any other matters incidental to the. 121 S. 4th Street to existing rights continuously, full time. . , regular meeting and playing host sewed besides, later they moved near proposal n~rger of the two banks. A copy of the aforesaiaShelton, Washington each year for the purpose of And Western Washington s for the Pomona meeting. a(F~nt, executed by a majority of the directors or eacn of the. 1/14-1t community domestic supply. Ann Yates attends 55th Since 1q32 he made | Any objection? must be mislocated weatherman (most The Community Club met reunion of her class back in Gull llarbor where his tWOmay t~nkS,be inspectedPr°viding'dur,ngf°rbusinessthe merger,hours.iS on file at the Dank ann ------N0-T~ accompanied bY a two dollars ~l~lleY ~:st these last few months and reported a tremendous Bartly, Colo. Between 200 and for many years and 3. Whatever Other Business mav be brought before the * The State of Washington ($2.00) recordi.ng ree and filed " n an outing from his home response to the letter they mailed 300 other alumni were also grandson and wife still | meeting or any adjournment thereof. Department of Fisheries, with its with the Departmem or ECOInnv Only those shareholders ot record at me close of business on own forces will install a security within thirty (30) days fro~r~ so me,here in the sunny out to the various property present. . , [it'e he was a confirn]~ southw January 11 shall be entitled to notice of meeting and to vote at fence at the George Adams StateJanuary 14 1971. • est) continued through owners. More than 50 had replied JULY: The Annual 4th of Gardener and his the meeting. Sa man Hatchery for a cost not to Witness' my hand and official rno..s! of this month, too, to give to the letter sending in a donation July dance was termed a great big gardens convinced a By Order of the Board of Directors exceed $3500.00. Work will start seal this 29th day of December,residents more of the kind ot for membership. LARRY R. TRIPLETT within 90 days. . .... 1970. " success by chairmen by the time people there reall'. Cashier State Department o!y,sneries Glen H. Fiedler ~i:aothw:rlh~alsually sends forth to Congratulations rang out for a the hall was cleared and swept something to it a, 12/17-24-31-1/7.14.5t Thor C. Tollefson, u~rector Department of Ecology "' "' residents, brand new set of grandparcnls,down. But it got orf to such athemselves. 1/14-11 1/7-14-21 MARCH. Jim and F, Ila Jacl~ and Eileen Cruiskshank slow start it admittedly had them (Continued Next Page 16 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 14, 1970