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January 17, 1963 8JT01--MA0N COUI JOYJ-RNAf.; -- -Ohflu$om Shelton, Pa Real Estate E ISLAND WATERFRONT 'y,t;trry, Hurry! Don't waste nte: This terrific waterfront ,o last 'til the weekend. of excel ent frontage. but very accessible. beach Tidelands included. 15 of uplands. Good view. right at $12,500. Owner not want cash -- $3,000 dn. "handle. Cal Vince Himlle at N LOCATION! [think. you could walk any- from this well located two home. The full price is $5,500 and you can huve ira- This home is own and easy to care for. SY TERMS __ is a little house (2 bedrooms) a little price ($4300) that be purchased with a little t payment ($350). The month- lyments are small too ($40). a little paint will make this I,sparkle like new. See it to- COTTAGE __ must see this cozy cottage Located on 190' of water- "loe to town for just $7,- are Sure you will enjoy on the water at this meal- }rice. Two bedrooms, conven- dthen-living room has slid- doors to the large sun- erfect beach Don't miss it today. RGE LIVING ROOM PATIO a home for the particular buyer. Here you will have room to entertain in the living room with beau- and wall-to-wall Two twin sized bed- is with al kinds of built-ins. kitchen-d mette, plus garage, covered patio and 'ard. )lEE COUNTRY HOME Hke privacy then this is for you. Located south- town on 10 acres with a You will enjoy lie- n this very comfortable Ohome with separate two din- handy kitchen with range. Priced for a quick =rANT A GOOD BUY? 190' of lOw-bank water- Just two mites from xcellent beach, some trees access to highway. Easy $6,250. HAS MOVED! h means you can see this anytime. It also means you e almost immediate pos- en. This spacious family home right for the active faro- bedrooms on the I, floor. Two more up. Spac- li,ving room with fireplace (tra roomy kitchen. FII, Just $9,850. BE THE WINNER __ ,can't mss on this terrific has been reduced to A large family-sized Jrrounds this attractive home. you will find a spacious g room, convenient.kit. eating area, laundry qand four large bedrooms. r.y .to see this excellent buy reduced price is just VETERAN payment required. You a few dollars for loan on this dandy family home-- eXt:raf, large bedrooms, full replace. choice IDea- roof and new outside $9,500, you need to move into md new Mt. View home. convenient util- Separate storage area hardwood floors, natur- Cabinets, separate stor- and an attached garage. at $11,950. SUBURBAN __ this like new, three on three acres, mile from town. Beauti- ilace, beam ceiling, new rpet, natural wood appliances. well and many features. Owner must terms at $13,750 or OWn G.I. EW 3 BEDROOMS lUickly see the value in Mt. View home. It good sized bedrooms, and convenient kit- rag, all on one level. A-1 on, Well located for both and shopping. F.H.A. ap- d at $10,750. ..E A TIP: exoellent Value. Im- a four bedroom, two for just $9,250. Best a fireplace and is ne level. New roo and sement, Excellent forCed e. Call for an appoint- STING See this Mr. View You Will appreciate setting of this city bedrooms, attract- . dining room plus =n the kitchen. This Years yOung. Priced easy terms. Owner consider smaller home in TO SCHOOL make it a point to check good sized, two bedro *day j- om us} seconds from spacious living, dining, ient arrangement. Only $5,- REAL ESTATE :L 426-6592 ANYTI ME Street ENINGs CALL H I M LI E---426.6501 M A N N---ft. 26.3228 Legal Publications NO, 3368 NOTI('E Die ilEARING FINAl, II,II'()RT AND I'E'PITION FOR I)II'RI II]TI()N IN TIlE UPERh3R COURT OF THE STATE OF WASIIINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (IN PIIOllATE) In the Matter of the Estate of FRANt,: A. OR]. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt MAXINE PEARL ORI. Administratrix -f the estale of Frank A, Or}. 'deceased. has liled in the office of the Clerk ill said Cotlrt n final report and peti- tion fol distrihution, asking tlle Court to settle said report, distrilmte the: ll'(Ipi':l'l V t( tile peFsons thel'eIo en- lith,d =nd to diselmrge the petitioner as Administratrix: and hat said re- port and petition ",,,,ill lm heord Oll flu' 25tl day of January. 1963. al 10:00 o' 'hwk ill tile forenoon ()t" said day. el" ;IS O)11 th(reafte| as the lna tel' Call i;o heard at tile eollrt FOOnl of tilt? above-entitled eourl, in the Court- LaBISSONIERE Star Values. TOP QUALITY. 3 BED- ROOM HOME, custom-built. Subm'ban-like setting; yet on- ly 2 minutes downtown. One of Shelton's fine homes, like new, well located view property. Lovely 22' x 15' living room w/fireplace. Gracious 15' x 12' dining room. Kitchen and breakfast alcove face the morn- mg snn. Hardwood floors, of course. Rose-tile stall shower. Daylight basement, trophy rm. and recreation center. Laundry, shop, large storages. Radiant heat furnace room. Immediate possession. $21,500 and worth more. Convenient terms can be arranged. * ARIZONA OWNERS OR- DER SALE PRONTO. Price reduced. Two bedrooms, possi- ble third. Oak floors. Spacious 26' x 16' living room, beauti- fully carpeted. Unique fireplace. Outside wood-feed Floor furn- ace. Smart ldtchen includes electric range and extras. Gar- age and shop, PLUS large seal- ed guest room. Paved patio. A "buy" at $8.750. Pay $1,000 down and move in. Balance like rent (close to all school levels). * 3 BEDROOMS, IDEAL FOR YOUNG FAMILY, at a price can afford. Good Angles}de location. I Z baths, large liv- ing room separate dining Floor furnace. Half basement w/shop. Two-ear attached gar- age. Exceptionally clean. En- closed yard. Move in for $750 down. $60 monthly. Full prier only $7,750. See today, if,'s a sound buy. * ATTRACTIVE 2 BEDROOM HOME PARTLY FURNISHED ON ANLESIDE. Comfortable room with Roman brier and nicely carpeted. space. Efficient kitchen ncludes electric range, washer. refrigerator, Extra built-ins. Drapes and bedroom rugs in- cluded in the $9.444 price. We can arrange easy terms. 2 BEDROOM HOME WELL SITUATED. It has a nice big !tying room and cheerful din- mg area. Oil heater. Roomy kitchen with recessed utility space. Garage and fenced yard. Priced to sell now for $6,950 only $448 down, $48 monthly. Call us today. * WILL TRADE 4 BEDROOM HOME FOR SMALLER. Well located on three lots, Two baths full basement, large yard. Li- ving room. separate dining rm Kitchen w/tiled counters, Free and clear $10.900. Will trade for close-in one bedroom clear home: we can discuss terms on differential. We have 5 new buyers want- ing 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Price range from $12,500 to $19,500. Two purchasers want Waterfront. Three must be placed Feb. 1st to 15th. Call John Devereux for early action. CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere Legal Publications house in Shelton. Mason County, Washington, at which time nnd place an3" l)erson Wlqeresled i said Estate lnay ppear nnd 1"ilo abler'lions there- 10 and conlest llle salaD, Dated this 21st day of December, 1962. HARRY DEYETTE Clerk of said Cour BY TECKLA VERMILLIAN Dopats". GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate Rel] Bu{lding 121 Soutll Fourth Street Shelton. Washington, 12 '27-1/3-10-17 4t Reception To Honor Newlyweds In Skokomish Community Hall Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Grant Nelson, Mount Vernon. were married on Dec. 31 in a quiet ceremony. A re- ception honoring the young couple Thirty-five states now operate will be held in the Middle Skoko- their own special Army National mish Conmmnity Hall Jan. 20 Guard Officer Candidate Schools. from 2 to 4 p.m. Each class receives nearly a ten The latest innovation in the Val- of instmmtional material from the ley, the "20-35 Club" was held at Army's Infantry School. Fm't Ben- the home of Mr and Mrs. Wallace ning, Ga, .. HOMES RENT PROBLEMS 13o you want to own a home? Well, then here's a cozy little house you can buy with your rent money. There are 2 bedrooms, liv- ing room, kitchen and bath. It's located on a double sized lot in a good area. Better be an early bird. ........... A_. ROY DUNN ...... YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE This family home has the plus Bell last Saturday evening. The Bell's home was filled to capacity with people from Hoodsport, and from the Valley. Games. refresh- ments, and a time of devotion to God occupied the evening. The special spearer and musician was Mrs. Howard Yates from Olympia. This coming Sunday evening at the close of the Breaking of ,Bread and Open Ministry Meeting in the Church building, there will be a program of colored slides showing the work of Villiage Missions ac- rosa the United States. The spe- cial speaker will be Miss Nichols from Kansas City, Me. This meet- features we all want. Spaciousness ing should start around 8:30 p.m. day. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Needham of Shelton spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragan. Mr. and Mrs. George Steelman and Mrs. Ed. Metzler of Union called on Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak Monday evening. The Skokomish Womens Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ant- and Mrs. Sam Diggle, Jr. Skaters Out on LakeNahwatzei After Freeze By Joann Tupper LAKE NAHWATZEL--"Old Man Winter" came to Lake Nahwatzel last weekend and froze the Lake and neighboring ponds. Enjoying the ice-skating were Clifford Ree- ve and his two boys, Randy and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. John Pat- ten, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Chapell, Mr. Sandra. throughout, closets and storage space galore, two baths, carpeted floors, 3 large bedrooms, all on one floor and it adds up to about 2,000 sq. ft. You can have your dream house now. Suggest you check this one closely. A, ROY DUNN -- ONCE IN A BLUE MOON Will you find a better opportu- nity. This friendly 2 bedroom ho- me has many noteworthy featu- res. The bedrooms are jumbo. There is a colorful fireplace, til- ed bath, easy care kitchen, a ga- rage with extra heated room. The yard is fenced and has a nice fireplace. Why sit there reading, hurry.' A. ROY DUNN OUT IN THE COUNTRY See it today, but don't stop there, buy it. Your family will en- joy the large 3 bedrooms, hand- some fireplace, lots of cupboards in the kitchen, enormous yard, workshop, garage. The only way to go wrong is to wait. Worth seeing. A. ROY DUNE COZY FOR A COUPLE The kitchen is charming with new stainless steel sink, birch ca- binets, formica countertops. The living room has bull}in desk and s unique in decor. The bedroom has a large wardrobe and lots"of storage. There is a fine orkshoP with room for most any pro]et. Is an attractive home on two'Welt kept lots. Try to match this at its price. A. ROY DUNE -- WATERFRONT CHARMING RETIREMENT PALACE Rustic one bedroom home, dish- washer, bull}in range and oven, excellent fireplace, ideal dock on 165 ft. frontage. The large lot is groomed like a park and the view is magnificent. A couple like you will buy this one. -- A. ROY DUNN A BETTER WAY OF LIFE This is one of those top water- front properties with a view of Mt. Rainier. It has 200 ft. of fron- tage. The home is nearly new with beam ceilings, two fireplaces, fa- mily room, full basement, and more and more. If you can afford a fine home then see this one. -- A. ROY DUNE CHOICE TRACT On Spencer Lake wlth 90 ft. of frontage. There is a large plat cleared and would be an ideal homes}re. The property is nearly flat and the beach is good. You won't find many this good at its price. Terms to suit the purcha- sers. A. ROY DUNN PHILLIPS LAKE 60 ft. frontage with small cabin. There is a dock for your boat and swimming. Its mostly all cleared yet retains its natural beauty among the trees. Close to road, power lines. Better check this one. -- A. ROY DUNN We have many more homes and waterfront properties to tell you about. Why not drop in. A. ROY DUNN A G E N C Y REALTOR REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Eves Call: 119 So. 4th  Shelton, Wash. Mary Voss ................ 426-8074 EVENINGS: A. Roy Dunn .......... 426-4601 JOHN DEVEREUX 426-8544 PHONE 426-6363 SYLVIA CAREY 426-3132 126 Rilroad -- I I Roy Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Income Tax Prepared -- Some very cheap money on FHA loans WALTER GEORGE -- OFFICE 1VANAGER, BROKER OFFICE PHONE 426-6642  HOME PHONE 426-3530 LOG HOUSE Two bedrooms, five acres, good well and water. Orchard. small barn, large work shop. Full price $8,500. FIVE ROOM HOUSE, three bedrooms, fireplace, electric heat and garage. 60 ft. of waterfront, close to town. $12,000 wfth terms. 30 ACRES with eight acre lake, some timber close to black- top road, electricity, t0ckel wRh rout. This is a pri- vate lake. Price-L$35,000.00. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, garage, part basement. Priced at $4,000. Down payment $350. TWO BEDROOMS, fireplace, electric heat, wall-to-wall carpet. Full price $6,850. THREE BEDROOMS, dining room, fireplace, garage and car- port. Price $18,500. OLDER TYPE 4-ROOM HOUSE .with 425 .ft. of waterfront with tide lands, 10 acres wtn approximately two acres cleared. Priced at $60 per foot. I i I and the public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cuzick and sons of Shelton called at the Ches- ter Valley home on Sunday after- noon. IT WAN A BIG day for Liz Stevens on Ffiday afternoon when 22 of her school friends were in- vited to help her celebrate her seventh birthday at the Communi- ty Hail. Those assisting Mrs. Ste- vens were Mrs. Ethel Richer}. Mrs. Stella Cleveland, Mrs. Joan Hun- ter, Mrs. Carol Hunter. and Mrs. Anne Richert who baked and de- corated the large cake for the oc- casion. Sandy Boltinger directed the games. Cake, ice cream, and hot chocolate were served at the close of the party. Mrs. Carol Hunter entertained the Grange Ladies Club on Tues- day evening with Mrs. George Barkley as co-hostess. During the evening the 'Mystery Sisters' were revealed and names drawn for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Kieth McSweyn and of Marblemount visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mc- Sweyn and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bol- linger over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley drove to Bremerton on Saturday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bbb Nesser. Miss Dixie Pierce, who recently rettwned from a visit to Nebraska, spent the past weekend with her Sister ad family, Mr. and Mrs. 3oe Borgault. A very interesting meeting of the 4'- Rough and Ready and This and That met Monday even- ing in the Comnmnity Halt with their leaders. Mrs. Doris Whit- marsh and Mrs. Virginia Bour- gault, plans are being made for a Valentine party. Miss Patty Bourgault and Miss Sandy pozoPski of Hoodsport were eremite guests of Miss Lee Anna Whitmarsh. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gravatt at- tended the )inochle party at Lilli- waup on"Fiday evening and re- port a vry ilteresting time. MR, AND 1E[RS. I-Iome'r Smith of Olympia called at the Humph- rey Nelson home one day last week. Mrs. Nancy Doak and son Mike of Shelton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak. Callers at the Doak home on Monday were Mrs. Mable Hunter, Mrs. Adrene Bearden. and Mrs. Edna Bearden. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter at- Legal Publications NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the real and personal property tax rolls of Ma- son County. Washington for the year 1963. have )sen delivered to me, in ac- cordance with the law. for the collec- .ion of the taxes as shown therein. The real and personal property taxes for the )'ear 1963 will be due and pay- able on and after the 15th day of FeD- ruary, 1963. JOHN B. COLE Treasurer 'of Mmson County Dated at Shelton. Washington, January 10. 1963. 1/10-17-24-3t ta Dugger Wednesday Jan. 23 for a 1 p.m. dessert and business meet- ms. We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Bob Plant and family to the Valley. The Plants have recently moved from Hillcrest in Shelton and have purchased the Art Nicklaus home. THEIllE WILL BE a card party at the Community Hall this Sa- turday evening, Jan. 19 starting at 8:15 p.m. The Grange met last Friday evening with a fair crowd consi- dering the extreme cold. Two members, Mrs. Leone Osterman and Mr. Orville Stanley, were rein- stated. State Deputy and Mrs. Martin Auseth were present and installed quite a number of new officers. During the Lecturers pro- gram Represent}re Charles Savage gave us some interesting hilites of the Legislature. Mr. and Mrs. George Valley of Island Lake entertained with a dinner honoring their daughter Jin on her eleventh birthday. Tho- se present were Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter Valley, Miss Sue Valley, and Mr. Karl Helen}us Jr. of Olympia. The Hood Canal P.T.A. will meet Jan. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Following the program the Olympic Rescus Council will give a very interest- ing talk on hunters and campers. This will be especially interest- ing to the men but everyone is invited to come. The Army National Guard re- cently became the first reserve component in the United States to be assigned guided missiles. Se- lect Army Guard battalions-- which, until recently have been manning antiaircraft guns--now are training at Ainy BIKE sites. Eventually, they will take over these sites and keep them In a state of operational readiness 24 hours a day, against the possi- bility of an enemy air attack. John. Alan aud Susie Tupper, Ted Booth. and Jerry Christian. from the Resort, and Linda Palmer. Ro- nald Isbell and Brenda Nitschke, all of Seattle. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker Sunday afternoon were Mr. rind Mrs. Charles Van Epps, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goodall, Seattle. were Saturday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit. MRN. F. E. HEWSON enjoyed lunch and shopping with her daughter, Mrs. Phil Parker, Olym- pia. last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford had visiting on Monday, their daugh- ter, Mrs. Dennis Reed of Olympia. VISITING MR. AND MRS. Lee Dawson over the weekend was their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Joy Pigg and son, Maury. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve en- tertained Mrs. F. E. Hewson last Friday. Mrs. Frank Cooper and Charles Savage are making arrangements for a City of Hope board meeting on Jan. 23, at the home of Mr. Savage, which will be attended by Mrs. Mildred Schwartz. the North- west co-ordinator for City of Hope from Portland, Ore. Mks Bea Manier, Olympia, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper on Sunday. IR. AND MIS. A1 Tupper en- joyed an evening of playing cards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer, Me}lock last "Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer, Seattle. attended the Basketball game last Saturday night between Mary M. Knight and North Mason Schools. Also enjoying the game Satur- day night were Mrs. Archie Kel- ley and daughter, Betty, and Doug Parker. Dance Planned At Little Skookum Hall This Saturday Evening By Mrs. Ray Kratcha I Bracys Jan. 24 will be a project SOUTHSIDE.--Little Skookum nteeting. Community Hall is the place of a NOUTHSIDE Grange meets Fri- dance this Saturday evening. Lve day at the Grange hall. music will be furnished by Allen's orchestra Mill Creek What Nots 4-H club members met at Norma and Diane Obremski's. Jan. 9. Diane Obrem- ski gave a report on the skating party held Dec 30 and the club members discussed selling candy to raise money for 4-H. Norma Obremski gave a demonstration on" ways to reduce clothing cost, Linda Dittman gave a demonstra- tion on steps of sewing a blouse and Etta Swearinger gave a de- monstration for preparations of pinning a pattern on material. Two new men}bets of the Mill Creek What Nots 4-H club are Janette and Dorothy Gunter. The next meeting will be held at Etta and Rite Swearingers Jan. 23. Southside Eagles 4-H club mem- bers met at Julia Bares Jan. 10 and the members worked on .their record books. The club plans on going swim- ruing at Pool Noutare and the 4-H members have their demonstrati- ons ready for entering the County demonstrations, and also have a skit for Rally Day. Cliff Richards is a new member of the Southside Eagles, now making ten members in the 4-H club. Refreshments were served by Julia Bare. The next meeting will be held at Katherine OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) Repori of the Financial Gondi!!00n OF MASON COUNTY SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Located at Shelton, State of Washington, at the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1962 ASSETS Pirst mortgage loans .................................................................. ,1,18t5,750.77 Pass book loans ......................................................... .................. 000.0 Real estate contracts .................................................................. 11,516.1i Real estate owned or subject to redemption .......................... 4,211.84 Federal Home Loan Bank stocR .............................................. 22,000.00 United States Government obligations .................................. 265,000.00 ash on hand and in banks ...................................................... 396,123.63 Furniture and fixtures ................................................................ 454.20 Other assets .................................................................................. 96.64 Total ............................................................................... $1,886,153.19 LIABILITIES Savings of members .................................................................. $1,689,220.70 Loans and contracts in progress .............................................. t.000.00 Deferred profits .......................................................................... 2,875.02 Contingent fund, Federal insurance reserve, undivided profits ....................................................... :.. 190,057.47 Total ................................................................................ $1,886,153.19 State of Washington, } ss. County of Mason I, ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Secretary, of the above nmned association, do sotemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of January, 1963. % Notary Public, in and for the ._ State of Washington residing at 'Shelter. Correct Attest: C. C. COLE F. H. DIIHD R. W, NORVOLD, Directors Fire School meeting of the Ar- cadia Volunteer Fire Department No. 4 will be held tonight at Little Skookum Community hall. Arcadia Volunteer Fire Depart- ment No. 4 met at Southside last Tuesday evening. Live Wires 4-H club members met at the Southside School Jan. 3. Tle club members discussed what they would do on Rally Day and also figured out what demon- strations they would do on Demon- stration Day. Barbara Cook gave a demonstration on how to mea- sure material for making clothing, Sally Wolf gave a demonstration on how to make a bulletin board and Linda Rains gave a demon- straiten on how to .store bread. The next meeting will be held at Paula Woods today. Sherilyn Byrd Guild met at the home of Ruth Snyders Jan. 9 and members discussed projects for the coming spring. Refreshment were served by Ruth Snyder. A BABY Shower was held for Mary Ktcha at the home of Ruth Kadoun Monday afternoon. Those attending were Hostess Ruth Kadoun, Stella Kadoun, Vel- ma Saupe, Max}he Kadoun. Alvina Kimball, Core Lester. Phyllis Krat- cha and Emma Kadoun. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Shirley Lester, Gladys Fowler. Ja. nice Kratcha. Nice gifts were re- ceived and "hostess Ruth Kadoun served refreshments. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Loyed Ellis of Cole road Were Mr. and rs. Lee Ellis. The Lee Ellis left Thursday by auto for Mekoryuk, Nenizak Island, Alaska where El- lis works for the'Fish and Wild Life and is managing a Reindeer project for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Collins Jr. and family of Sitka, Alaska left Saturday 'after spending sometime visiting h'iends and relatives at Little Skookum. The Ray Collins 3r. will visit in Seattle and on Jan. 19 will leave for Sitka where Mr. iollins is employed. The Ray Col- lins 3r. were 'formerly residence of Little Skookum. FOUR LEAVEN 4-H club mem- bers met at Christine Sclmffen- hauers on Jan. 10 and president, Robin Bakke called the meeting to order and decided to have their Christmas party Saturday. Chris- tins Schuffenhauer gave a demon- stratlon on how to use au oven. Refreshments were served by Christine Schuffenhauer.. The next meeting will be held on Jan. 24. Four Leaves 4-H club members held their Christmas party at Ro- bin Bakke's Saturday. The Christ- mas party was delayed on account of illness. Southside Bachelors 4-H club members had a swimming party at Pool Neuters Dec. 22 and the Thunderbirds 4-H club members were invited guests of the South- side Bachelors. After the swim- ming party the 4-H membm went "Caroling" at the hospital. Roasted wieners were served for refresh- merits by the Southside Bachelors. Visitors of the Ray Kratcha's Saturday afternoon were Katha- leen Mikkelsdn and arol. Journal Want Ads Pay NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS Semester Tests Scheduled For Today and Friday; Student Government PTA Subject By Dennis Nhelly This is the busy week at the school. There will be semester zests given both Thursday and Fri- day. The principal at NM. Floyd Robbins. has asked the teachers to arrange their schedules so that only semester tests for period 1-3- 5 be given on Thursday and those for periods 2-4-6 be given on Fri- into effect next yea}', The purpose of the new system will be: iAt To prevent any group [rom con- trolliug student activities, and B/ to prevent students from taking on too many activities. A certain number of points are gven for each activity and a limit on the number of points students may have in a single year m givelL The North Mason Chapter of day. This is mainly for the stud- The National Honor Society will ents and believe me. it's a big be sponsoring a bake sale this Sa- help. turday. They will sell from 9:30 Thursday night at the regular meeting of the high school PTA the student government of the school will be in the spotlight. They were asked to present an ex- ample of a regular meeting to bet- ter illustrate to the parents just how the students "run the school". THE MAIN topic of the Stud- ent Council has been the new point system which they hope will go Rawlin Mclnelly Gels Probalion, $100 Fine Rawlin McInelly, Shelton, was fined $100. given a 90-day sus- pended jail sentence and put on probation one year on charges or third degree assault and a minor entering a tavern in Mason Coun- ty Superior Court Friday morn- ing. He was also ordered to make restitution for damage to cloth- ing" and other property of Shelton Police officer Richard Booth. The charges against McInelly stemmed from a scuffle he had with Booth in Mac's Corner Taw eru in December. There are six national sororities and seven fraternities at the Uni- versity of Puget Sound in Ta- coma. a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Pope's Shop- ping Center in Belfair. They will be selliug just about every kifid of home-baked goods. THE JUNIORN and seniors at the high school who are plafining to become engineering students when they get into college were among the many asked to-take part in an engineering. "0pen- house" at the University 6f Wash- ington. The program starts t 10 a.m. with a lecture on the engin- eering courses at the University. At I1:00 the students wifl he al- lowed to tour most of the scientific labs on the campus. On Saturday, 3anuary 26:' the senior class will present their an- nual senior classplay. This'one- showing only play is said to be one of the best yet. "The Many Loves of Dobie Gitlis" will be stag- ed in the high school gymnasium. Mike Roessel will play the leading role and the director is Mr. Mer- rill. MT. VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts, Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.rn. 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. Robert S. Wick. Pastor " ISH RHEN F E 'S CLUB "that Brings FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cote Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, JAN. 20-- 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "SUPREME DEVOTION" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups. 7:00 p.m. Evening Service "Nothing tlappens . . . Until" Wednesday 7:00 P.M. -- Bible Study and Prayer for the family. Broadcast over 1 KMAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. A TWELVE WEEK COURSE IN Basic Teachings of the Christian Faith Will be conducted at FAITH LUTHERAN GHUROH 7th and Franklin Starting: THURSDAY, JANUARY 17  7:00 P.M. Led By: PASTOR CARL J. CARLSEN Church Phone  426-8611 EVERYONE WELCOME - NO OBLIGATION 1/17 ASSEMBLY ' SHELTON OF GOD 130 East Pine Street MASON YOUNGLUND, Pastor Sunday School ........................................................................ 9 : 45 Morning Worship ................................................................ 11:00 a. m. Christ's Ambassadors ....................................................... 6:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service ............................................................ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer ................................ 7:00 pFm. i . i MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Highway So. & Cascade Gerald Herman  Pastor Sunday School ...................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Mornhg Worship ................................................................ 11:00 a.r. I ST. DAVID,S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth and Cedar, Shelton, 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 RRST GHUROH OF OHRIST, SCIENTIST AideP St., 8hell.n. WaSh. Sunday School 11!00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. Wedeeday evening tetimony meetmp 8 p.m. Reading room locatedtn church. Reading 0m hour= 1 to 4 p.m, Men. & FrL Wet evening 6:45 to 7:415. FIRST CHRISTIAN RCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ........ 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p,mu Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m. VVednesday  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 T 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Morning  orship. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 9:30 Sunday Schoel and Adult Bible Cla 11:00 Morning Worship Service CARL J, CARLSEN, Pastor Affiliated: Lutheran Free Church  National Lutheran Council