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January 31.19,3 SHELTON-=-MAON C01TNTY JOURNAL- Published e ]9 Real Estate WEEK&apos;S LISTINGS tare been looking for that tht" home, here it is. This ome is located on a king in an area of new homes. love the spacious rooms 3 bedrooms, living-din- with beautiful stone fire- (ou will also find gleam- floors, plastered natural cabinets in the plus a built-in "Tappan,, -asy to maintain with its }rick exterior. This week's .t $19,000 with 10 percent Vince Himlie for an ap- '-CREST __ tee blocks to school. This )riced home ($9750) is just the growing family. )edrooms (large), a handy with knotty pine cabi- living room with indows. Plus a full base- vith oil furnace. Contract NEW FURNISHED just listed this immac- om home that is furnished. You will style of this home the step into the attrac- ng room with it's pretty rep ace and large picture s. Cheerful dining "L", ent kitchen With built-in and lots of natural Let's look today. We ou Will like it. Only $13,- uding all the furniture. HILL __ hiss out on this one It is )UP "b ., " t h:- ,,etter buys. When '" three bedroom home, find one of the best in town. It has you would ,ever a dishwasher. Lots of through out this excellent One bedroom is ex- e. Tiled bath with both shower. Spacous living firep ace. Separate din- garage and patio With terms ar- Urryt 1SLEy WATER. just listed the waterfront the year. This tract has 1500' of low-bank In JUSt a few months, is property will be worth Present value of $25.- view. Some very Good depth. County )roperty. Call Vince Him- CHOICE LISTINGS VIEW _ it YOurself to see this Well located for both IPping. You will ap- )m and storage good sized )s (One extra large) lar e With hardwood floog;. en and dinette. Ly? n.dy "first" home. Just Ene.. bedroom Hill- xcetlent condition. included. Can you easier way to own your lATE POSSESSION] so you can move 4 bedroom th full basement :he large rooms. Liv- a fireplace. Handy orsof c'abinets. Just tact terms. If you ou can move in this T ON LOCATION Urban home is Io- mile from town la rOad. Three acres s lovely 3 bedroom ving room has beam a lovely, brick fire- dining. G. E. fur- appliances. Just With !0 Percent down. COTTAGE see the excellent choice 2 bedroom on 190' of low- Two miles from tidelands are ss. Large sun ry, summer )UNTRY HOME! Property has a ruing through Its cleared but it Also a roomy )le 2 bedroom condition. Large uartr SUpply. Fron- Taced rOad, Just consider trade Perty. OMS __ 2 bed- for a cou- arrangement. room. Requires a lit- Value at $5750. and stores. NISHED APARTMENT__ location. ne-bedroom apart- be available Feb 1. room, lots of stora ep en Ca ,,. g 't Vmce Himlie REAL ESTATE ,LL 426-6592 ANYTI ME Street CALL H I M LI E---426.6501 M A N N'-426.3228 KEEp RSHInGTon En HOMES WISH Wishes will begin to carrie true when you see the nice new kit- chen with stainless steel sinks mhg. cabinets and tile floors. There is a cozy dining room. large carpeted living room with corner fireplace, 2 bedrooms, full color bath. You will have a large, new garage with huge workshop. It's located close to schools ehm'ches. stores. The price is $7950.00 and can be financed on FHA or G1. See this one for sure. ....... A. ROY DUNN ........ WANT Charm ? Comfort? You'll find it in this friendly 2 bedroom home. The two bedrooms are jumbo. There is a colorful fireplace, tiled bath. easy care kitchen, a garage with extra heated room. The yard is fenced and has a nice fireplace. Want no longer - buy this. " --- A. ROY DUNN ........... ANSWER Answer this ad and prepare to buy a very comfortable downtown home with 3 kunny bedrooms. 1% spacious baths, a double duty din- !ng room. and easily arranged liv- ing room. Walk to stores and work. What more could you ask for $6450.00. Also available for rent. -- A. ROY DUNN DRIVE Just drive by the 3 bedroom ranch style home at 1736 Olym- pic Highway North and I'm sure you'll see the value. The price is $8950.00. The many features in- clude 2 baths, large storage area. utility room, electric heat. it's all fenced and close to store and schools. Get out the car. .... A. ROY DUNN +- LOOK Yes, look at this choice 1 bed- room home. It's just perfect for the young family or retired coup- le. The kitchen is charming with birch cabinets, stainless steel sinks. and ]ormica counter tops. The living room is exceptionally well designed and decorated. The bed- room has a large wardrobe and lots of storage. You'll enjoy the large garage workshop, well kept lot. Look no 'further-- $7950.00 .... A ROY DUNN DEAL You can name your deal on this modest 2 bedroom Skokomish Val- ley home. It's in good condition and ready to live in. There are plenty of builtins, wired for wash- er and dryer. It's priced at $2950 Legal Publications , NOTI('I'] (!iF ,III,:ltII+'I"'S SALE O1" AIIANI)IINI,'.I) VEIIfI('I,I':S NI)'PICE IS II[<I%I,]EY ,H\\;:EN l liar oil Mllll,l:ty 1}/i +llil < [tqil'ti:ii'y. [.qli3 ;it Ill.' }ltllll ,1 lO::{fl ll.lll.  said da) al ]'h't l':ili (];ll';! :.w. I;t I f:Iil \\;Vashingl on. wil v:,'ii Ilh, hdlo\\;villc dPsll'il/cd vt:- hicl," tu-wit : I.qFD I,h+i'd Sedan Mh' No BORH- I:M60U. tic. No. HAC 233 hlld ;11 tilt  lblll ill ]I:IS a,lll, of s'lid lilly ,'.It i3ellaiz Texaco Service., l{elfaiv WashhlKhn. ] ",viii sdl lh*' dlowinM decl'ib*,d v*qiit'h + h-wit : 1919 l-'lyniouth Station Waffon Mtl'. No. PIMl;I597 Lw. N<+. AHA tt06 D, S. CLARK M(tstlll C(iUllly Shol'i[f l/'31 It ................................ ('ALL FOIl IIIIiN So:lh'd t)l'lU)osals will be received ,'{L Ilk(' office of the City ('hH'k-'l'l'ea.lll'or. City Hall Shelton WaMlington until 11 a.n i)ll 51Ollday. lobYtl:il'y 4, 196,2. al which lime they ",','ill be 1)tlblicly utJ'nt'd tlld '' aI a arid hy lho City (l o rlv. - Tt't!tt.tl F(, t 101' : TII0 l'Ojiliir ol .lllballklllonl till AIIK]O Way road. Pl:in,. ,pecil'icaiiml. and proposal ilirlllS Illay |10 obtained Ill the office of till, City Clerk-Treasurer. City Hall. Shelh:ln. Washington. The CII y Collllllission rosii'vos the l'igilI tO I'j0ct ally O1' all bids lind 2o waivo till illfOl'itlalith,q. CITY Ob  SHELTON ALMA K. CATTO Clerk-TI oasaror 1/24-31-2t LaBISSONIERE Star Values. * COMMANDING LOCATION IMMUNE TO CROWDING -- Triple-size corner. Three lovely bedrooms, easy care oak floors. spacious living room w/floor to ceiling windows, circ. fire- place. B.B. Electric low-cost heat. Kitchen appliances built in. Two car attached garage. Built 5 years, only $16,500. F.- H.A. $875 down includes clos- ing costs. NEW LISTING. * 4 BEDROOMS, HIGH AND HANDSOME, NEARLY NEW. A fine home for a growing fa- mily. Two fireplaces two baths (1 shower| Broad living room. Daylight lower level has huge family room. Laundry. Full in- sulation with economieal B.B. electric heat. Tvo-ear port, shop. $17.500 FHA $975 down includes closing costs. NEW LISTING. * OUTSTANDING SITE CUS- TOM-QUALITY HOME -- Stunning vistas, day or night. Three superb bedrooms, pan- elled study doubles as one bed- room. 9' x 18' model kitchen in- cludes breakfast alcove w/ther- mo windows. Gracious living room, elegant dining room. sat- in-toned oak floors. Bath w/ stall shower. Daylight base- ment. trophy room, rec cen- With payments of $45.00 a month, ter. shop and laundry. Zone If you don't like the price and controlled radiant heat. Immed- terms, we will listen to your deal. late possession. Nothing like it -- A. ROY DUNN ......... for $21,500 Convenient terms BUY This is the buy for a lifetime . , and you'll love every moment in this elegant 4 bedroom home. This One is a dream, with den, 21/ baths, living room. dining room and kitchen This is one of Shel- tows finest and we have bee authorized to consider the best of- fer. There is so much to tell about it and to see. Come in and dis- cuss, A realbuy. : " - A. ROY DUNS WATERFRONT TREASURE ISLAND The lot is 140 x 60 ft. and lo- cated just opposite the lovely Treasure Island Beach. You Will have a good view of Mr. Rainier and the water. The lot is cleared and level and will be an excep. tional home or summer cabin site Better see this one soon The price is $2800.00 on terms. -- A. ROY DUNN --- TOTTEN SHORES $9,000 will make you the proud owner of this choice tract. It's located just a few miles from town and the view is magnificent. The Owner has started a nice home and has the daylight basement finished, plumbed and fully fur- nished, ready to live in while building. There is a dandy well. 2 car carport and workshop. Sug- gest you see this one. .... A. ROY DIJNN -- SPENGER LAKE This is some of the best front- age on the lake. You can have your choice of several lots each with 100' frontage. This lake gets rny vote for the one most likely to develop into a top vacation spot. Better see these while they are still available. A. ROY DIJNN -- PHILLIPS LAKE 60 ft. frontage with small cabin. There is a dock for your boat and swimming. It's mostly cleared yet retains its natural beauty among the trees. Close to main road and power lines. It's priced at $3250 with $1000 down and $35.00 monthly. -- A. ROY DIJNN HAM MERSLEY INLET Here is a comfy cottage on fine Hammersley Inlet waterfront. 4 lovely wooded acres with pretty winding stream There a good fd' is , rflled well with lots of water. The house has two bedrooms, liv- ing room kitchen, and bath, A nice buy at $11.000. A. ROY DUNN ISLAND LAKE If you have been looking for frontage on this fine lake then call us about this one. The lot is 80' x 250' and the owner will ac- cept offer. Property on this lake doesn't last long. A. RQY DUBN REALTOR Eves Call: Marv Voss ................ 426-8074 A. Roy Dunn .......... 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Railroad arranged. * OWNERS WANT CASH -- SAVE $1,500 TODAY Two- bedrooms, possible third. Oak floors. Spacious 26' x 16' liv- ing room. beautifully carpeted. Unique fireplace. Floor furn- ace. Smart kitchen includes electric range and extras Gar- age and shop, PLUS large seal- ed guest room. Paved patio. Lovely garden. Full price $8,- 200, $2,000 down includes costs conventional financing. Truly an exceptional "buy". Immed- iate possession. * 2 BEDROOM HOME OLYM- PIC VIEW Spacious living roozn, nice dining area. built- ins, Large kitchen w/recessed utility, Ceilings insulated, gar- age, fenced yard. lavn. Priced to sell for $6,950. Move in for $350. down. plus small cost. $50 monthly. See this home today. * TWO BIG LOTS, EDGE OF TOWN, 2 LARGE BEDROOMs possible two more bedrooms, partly sealed. Well insulated. Floor furnace. Circulator fire- place, panelled living room, nice dining room smart kitchen, ex- ceptionally large bright Utility. Garage and shop. A WOnderful "buy" for a young family. $600 down. $50 per month. The full is only $6,600. and a large cane-berry patch goes with it. Farms -- Acreages . 43 ACRE FARM, 40 clear. fenced small all year creek trout and salmon. On blacktop' 23 miles west Two bedrooT1 home. out buildings, $8.- 500. Half cash. * 40 ACRES, 2 MILEs OUT-- Level land, young trees, on blacktop, full price, $8,000. Dn. payment $1,200. $68 monthly. , 80 ACRE FARM 55 acres clear, 2000' brotd creek con- crete silo, 3 sound barns, 2 houses, loads of extras, $16,500. * 160 ACRES, 6 miles from Shelton. Small creek, 3 access roads, heavy reprodetion in young firs, some Alder. Ideal for Christmas tree farm or subdivision, half mile to tide- water. $85 per acre cash. * LAKE WATERFRONT Choice improved Spencer Lake, gentle slope to beach. All clear. 275' at $45 per" front foot. Drilled well and water rights can be acquired). CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere A G E N C y ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th  Shelton, Wash. EVENINGS : JOHN DEVEREUX 426-8544 SYIVIA CAREY 426-3132 Lilliwaup Wedding Reception Honors Pioneer Community Club Area Newlywed Couple Last Friday Has Card Party By Mrs. Nell Vance LILLIWAUP.--Six tables of pinochle were played Friday eve- ning at the card party given by the Lilliwaup Comnmnity Club. High score going to Virginia Alli- son and Max Schmidt. second high to Enesta Aaro and Edd Seheur- or. 360 pinochle to Virginia Al- lison and Oran Lee. The door )rzze was won by Virginia Alli- son. Kathryn MeIntyre and Mai- belle Willson were hostesses for the evening. The next card party will be held Feb. 8. Hood Canal Garden Club will hold their next regular meeting Feb. 7 at the Lilliwaup Commun- ity Hall. The meeting will be called to order at 11 a.m. by the president, Lois Pierce. Potluck hmch will be served at 12:30. A program will follow the hmcheon. Feb. 4,Ellinor Chapter O.E.S. So- cial Club, a potluck hmch will be served at noon. Mrs. Zona Senn, president of Shelton. will call the meeting to order following the luncheon. Mrs. Elizabeth Daily of Lilli- waup who has been confined in Shelton General Hospital the past two weeks is expected home in the near future. Her many friends on the Canal wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Layeock of Port Angeles, visited iVh.. and Mrs. Bill McKasson Sunday. Mrs. Laycoek is the mother of Jean. Daisy Vance received the news last Sunday that her cousin, Mrs. Hattie Wasson of Olympia had passed away Saturday evening at a nursing home. Mrs, Wassorl WOldd have been 90 years old in April. Monday the Vances motored to Olympia to attend the funeral which was held at Mills and Mills chap-el. The Vances returned home Tuesday afternoon. |ii BIG SAVINGS ON BUILDING LOTS Spring is here so let us help you pick out your lot now. For a small down payment and small monthly payment, you will have the home- site you want when you are ready to build. These lots are located on Angle- side: Tri-level. split-level, rambler, A-frame or any type of home that fits your fancy, will fit on these lots. The prices start at $1250, so come in and pick yours out now as they will go fast with the prices so reasonable. Easy terms. We also have ideal building lots on Hillerest with excellent view of the mountains and city. They start as low as $500 and up. Also easy terms on these values. ANGLE AGENCY Real EstateInsurance HERB Phone 426-8272 -- DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 J Jt ONE OF SHELTON'S FINEST By Betty flLnn Shero are now at home after a .trip to PIONEER.--A wedding t:'ecep- Seattle. where they purchased a tion was held Friday evening m brand new automobile. the Mt View Christian Mission- THE LEEDS LOOP ROAD ary Alliance Church for Mr. and residents are busy obtaining more Mrs. Tom Endicott. The new Mrs. signatures on their petitions for Endicott is the former Nancy the vacation of the lower section Young of Potlatch. daughter of of the road. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young'. The Weathers of Gig Harbor came over groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Friday to add their signatures to Ralph Endicott of Spencer Lake. the petition At this writing ap- Visiting in the Jack Shero home proximately eighty-five per cent Sunday were former net of the property owners have Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hampton of signed in favor of the vacation. Manchester. A double birthday celebration Danny Deffinbaugh, son of Mr was held in the John Eliason home and Mrs. Byzon Deffinbaugh of recently. The honored guestswere Spencer Lake, celebrated his ninth Connie Etiason and Vicki Goodro. birthday Wednesday with a party, both girls celebrating their fifth Guests were Richard Walker. Tim birthdays. Fitzthum. Bruce Deffinbaugh, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shero at- Scott Shero. tended th Annual State Timber MRS. RUBY DANIELSON re- Utilization and Development Din- ceived news Sunday of the birth ner in Port Angeles Friday eve- of a new granddaughter, born to ning. Others attending from the Mr. and Mrs. Chris Danielson of Shelton area were Charles Seth. Ritzville. The new arrival is being Gib Rucker and Cal Poe. While in welcomed by two brothers. Port Angeles the Shero's visited Mrs. Noel Ballanger and faro- in the home of the Jack Pearce's. ily of Sedro %Voolley are vlsiting Local Boy Scouts going on an in the home of her mother Mrs. overnight camping trip with Ruby Danielson. Troop 60 were Wayne Sushak. Pioneer School has announced Jim Kelly, and Brock Shero. Carl its honor roll students for the Anderson of Shelton is the lead- winter quarter. They are as fol- er of this group which is span- lows: Linda Auseth. Eric sored by the Faith Lutheran Jean Deffinbangh, Don Irwin. Kim Church. Sowers. Lynn Deffinbaugh, Linda Okonek. Glenn Lockwood, Joan Auseth. Alan Fitzthum, Jim Ok- onek. Toni Olson. Randy Palmer, Diana Tokos, Bill Julian, Brock Shero. Wayne Sushak and Lam'a Tokos. The Gib Ruckers of Shelton and Picketing Passage sold their waterfront home recently to the Wrights of Satsop. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Raines Preferred Properties by Walerfronl Realty 317 Railroad Ave. CALL 426-8277 WATERFRONT HOME] Good, sound, older home with three bedrooms, large living room and fireplace. Suitable for year-round use. Gravity water system. Gentle sloping tract with 215' of low-bank frontage and a good gravel beach---S18,- 000 or will divide. 5 MINUTES OUT . . . A very comfortable, large 2 bedroom suburban home, oil furnace, fireplace, carpetted living room. The five acres al- so include a double garage- workshop, artesian well and waterfront view. Full price is just $9.950 with easy contract terms. N TIME FOR SUMMER!. _ 75' frontage tracts. Located on Pickering and beautifully wooded. Low-bank with good access to excellent pebble beach. Good drilled well sup- ples water. Ready for your summer home. $5750. IN THE ARCADIA AREA 65' low-bank frontage offer- mg magnificent view of Olym- pies. Electricity and water in. EXCEPTIONAL This nicely wooded lot is ap- proximately 295' in depth. Very VALUES reasonably priced at $3900. NORTHCLIFF HOME Planned all on one level for This home has the best of ma- terials, four extra large bedrooms, tiled bath off master bedroom. which has floor-length indows and a romantic view. Two bed- rooms up and two down. Bath downstairs next to spacious rec- reation room with corner fireplace --all panelled extra large utility room and furnace room with all the storage space you need. Ele- gant powder room next to formal living room with fireplace. Plush carpet, surrounding deck for sum- mer evening entertainiag, modern kitchen with eating area. Formal dining room and large family room with fireplace. Award-win- ning yard all fenced. Come in and see us about this one. your convenience and comfort, this home has everything you desire for gracious living. Three large bedrooms with big clos- ets; two baths; extra-large fa- mily living room with fireplace of course; radiant hotwater heat; fenced yard; two car ga- rage. See this one right away! FHA financing. EASY TO OWN! Perfect for the new family needing an inexpensive start. This two-bedroom home is in excellent condition; has a con- crete foundation; low mainten- ance costs lots of storage. $250 down and $50 per month. LOCATION IDEAL- PRICE JUST RIGHT! This home was built for the large, happy family. Four bed- rooms all on one floor, two baths, laz'ge entertaining size living room. separate dining room, all carpeted. Family room with fire- place, sliding glass doors to patio and fenced yard. Located down- town for $14.000. COUNTRY LIVING AND CLOSE TO TOWN This listing is brand new and worth every dollar of the $14,000 Short distance out of city limits. Lovely white frame, two bedrooms and room for more. large living room, dining room, well designed kitchen with dishwasher, base- ment. outbuildings and five acres included in this bargain. INCOME PROPERTY This apartment will pay for it- self. Four units, each has two bedrooms, large living room. kit- chens have stove a'nd refrigera- tors, mnple storage space, wash- ing facilities in basement. Getting $75 per month for each unit. Own- er will hold contract with small down payment MT. VIEW IS THIS LOCATION Three bedrooms, large living room. separate dining room. com- pact modern kitchen, extra lot. Well built for only $7250. ANGLE AGENGY Real Estate -- Insurance HERB -- Phone 426-8272 -- DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 -- Evenings Call -- Marden Stroud ............... .4264000 Dick Boiling .................... 426-8162 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Christen- sen attended the Washington Cor- rection Association Conference held recently in Bremerton. The main speaker was Hewitt Henry, :he Prosecuting Attorney from Tumwater, who spoke on legisla- ture concerning our yourth. The Olympic Dairy Goat As- sociation held its monthly meet- ing in the home of the Marvin Christensen's Sunday. The Tri- County Dairy Association mem- bers were guests at the potluck dinner. Anyone interested in join- ingthis group or leashing more about it is welcome to contact Mary Christensen. REMEMBER P.T.O. TUESDAY evening in the Multipurpose Room. The local school board will ex- their job and what they hope to achieve in the coming years in our school district. Mrs. Richard Brooks. Mrs. John Raymond, and Mrs. Jack Shero will serve refresh- ments. The Agate Grange will hold their annual Birthday Dinner Saturday evening beginning at 6:30 o'clock. The Buzz Hovind's of Arcadia Road visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Auseth and family Sunday. MR. AND MRS. LeRoy Simp- son are the proud parents of a son born Jan. 23 in the Shell-on General Hospital. He has been named Larry Dean and joins two sisters at home. Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Vic Au- seth were Mrs. Virginia Dickinson and Mrs, Andy VanderWal, both of Deer Creek. Mr. and Mrs: Loren Roberts of .Deer Creek pent Sunday in Seat- tle visiting in the homes of their sons, Dave. Ken and Wayne Roberts. Dairy Coop. Head Speaker For PCA Annual Meeling E. M. Sorensen, Manager of Lewis-Pacific Dairymen's Associa- tion, Chehalis, will be featured speaker at the 29th annual meet- ing of the Southwest Washington Production Credit Association, Jan. 26. The meeting will be held at the Chehalis High School. Approximately 300 farmer mem- bers, their wives, and guests are expected to attend. A similar meeting will be held Jan. 25, at the Minnehaha Grange Hall at Vancouver. Registration will start at II a.m., followed by dinner at noon serveU at the school. The business meeting from 1 to 3 p.m. will in- clude the treasurer's report by M. M. Oliphat, secretary-treasurer Chehalis; director's report by Eu- gene E. Taylor, Shelton, and the nominating committee's report by Clinton Okerstrom, Olympia. Stockholders will vote for two directors to fill the three-year terms of Eugene E. Taylor, Shet- ton. and Evan S. Blankinship, Randle. Other directors are: W. D. GRsan. Elma; Claudio Balmelli, Chehalis, and Walter A. Jones Ridgefield. The meeting is expected to be both informative as well as en- tertaining with special entertain- ment, door prizes and a 4 per- cent dividend to be paid to 539 Class A stockholders. Roy Ilitner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Income Tax Prepare  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 with terms. 30 ACRES with eight acre lake, some timber close to black- top road, electricity, stocked with trout. This is a pri- vate lake. Price--S35,000.00. 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 i,ar- port. Price $18,500. OLDER TYPE 4'-ROOM HOU$[ with 425 ft. of waterfront with tide lands, t0 acres with approximately two acres cleared. Priced at $60 per foot. iii Grange News 113" lletty Ann Shcro The CLOQUALLUM GRANGE held their first meeting of the new year Friday niglt with a candle- light ceremony. The members de- cided to cancel the Feb. 2 dance due to frozen pipes and other maintenance work that needs to be accomplished. During tle pot- luck lunch the group had a gen- eral diseussion on tte redistrict- ing measure and coalition going on in the legislatm'e. The SKOKOMISH GRANGE met tCriday night with the usual business meeting. They had a very interesting lecture hour with the commercial artist. Dave Barclay and his wife as guests. Mr. Bar- clay gave an entertaining talk on his work. The AGATE GRANGE had an nnpressive candlelight ceremony at their last meeting. The mem- bers voted to have the parking lot graveled. Martin Auseth of- fered to donate every fifth load of gravel. The group discussed buying a new water heater. The supper eommitee wds named. A Pie Night was held with the pro- ceeds going to the Mareh of Dimes. The Birthtday Dinner will be held Saturday evening beginning at 6:30 o'clock. PROGRESS GRANGE met Fri- day. evening" and made the final plans for their Birthday Dinner which was held Sunday with 60 people present. The Grange has purchased a new electric range and it is being enjoyed by the Grange ladies. PROGRESS will hold a dance Saturday. A confer- en'e for all Grange Lecturers, Home Economic chairmen, and Secretaries was held at the Grange. Tuesday beginning with a lunch- con at ]loon. Southwest District Chairman Pat Weaver and State Grange officers were guests. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bishon of Allyn entertained the Pomona of- ricers and their spouses ith a steak dinner in their home Satur- day evening. The group played canasta and pinochle after dinner. When the heart speaks, how- ever simple the words, its langu- age is always acceptable to those who have hearts.--Mary Baker Eddy. MT. VI EW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m, orning 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 Conner Introduces First House Bills OLYMPIA iSpecial) The ho- nor of introducing the first Hous Bills of the 1963 legislative session fell o Rep. Paul H, Conner Dem- ocratt of the 24th District etch- prising Clallam. Jefferson and Mn- son counties. Tuesday morning. The first measure. House Bill No, 1 would make possible new" economv in the purchase of school buses. touse Bill No. 2 establishes a "building facilities division" m the state Board of Education, Both measures were assigned to the committee on Education hy newly elected House Speaker Bill Day. Both measures were assigned to the committee on Education by newly elected House Speaker Bill Day. Large savings, especially in the purchase of school bus fleets can be effected through the provisions of House Bill,No, 1. Rep. Cornier declared. Under the measure the purchase of school buses will be .made through the division of purchasing of general administration, School districts will submit applications for bus acquisitions to the division of purchasing. Reduction of expenditures in ar- chitect fees is sought in HOuse Bill No. 2. It establishes the bnild- ing facilities division with an ,ad- ministrative head or director, ap- pointed by the state board of'8l - uca tion. The director shall cause to,be prepared readily modifiable basic plans for school produetion which shall be adaptable with rain)inUre variations to fit climatia condi- tions, school enrolhnent, curricula, orientation of school buildings and terrain of sites, Conner is also sponsor of House Joint Resolution No. 1 introdueed in the Legislature Tuesday mrn- ing. This, if passed, will deeni ft necessary to call a convention "to revise or mnend the state eonsti- tution". Legal authorities have long advocated such a eonventic to bring our constitution up to date so that it may more f(llly meet the needs of this mockern age. ...................................... Foursquare Church 910 East Dearborn Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 1t:00 a:m, C. Y.'s & Cadets ........ 6:00 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. ,Bible Study Wed.) .... 7:00 pro. Lewis B. Wysong, pastor 1/31 Lfn FISHERMEN'S CLUB P.U.D. AI'DITORIUM 3rd and Cola SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3- 9:30 a.m, -- Film -- "TELSTAR" By Bell Telephone 10:00 a.m. -- "THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev, E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cola Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 -- 9:30 a.m, Sunday School. Broadcast over t 11:00 a.m, Morning Worship KMAS GUEST SPEAKER REV. HUGH COLLINS 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups. 1280- 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Evening Service MISSIONARY SPEAKERS -- Mr. Ben Ralston Miss Elizabeth Walton SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street MASON YOUNGLUND, Pastor Sunday School ........................................................................ 9:45 a. m. 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 p, m. , i r  . MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH ..... MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hiway So. . Cascade, The Rev. Gerald L Herman, past. Sunday School ........................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morniug Worship ................................................. 8:30 a.m. & 11 i , f - i LI ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth amd Cedar, Shelton, W'ashington The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:80 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 CHURCH OF GHRIST, SCIENTIST 302 Alder St., Bhelton. Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. Wineilay evening teUmony meetings 8 p.m. P.eltng room located in church, Reading room hours  to 4 p.m. Mo & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45 FIRST HRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadi and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ........ 9:45 a.m, Youth Meetings 5:30 pm. Worship ............ 11:00 a.m, Family Serviee 6:30 p,m. Wednesday  Bible Study and Prayer  7:30 p.m. Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service THE METHODIST CHURCH North 4th and Pine Streets ROBERT R, RINGS. Minister 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Morning VVorship, 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH '1 7tb tnd Franklin Street 9:30 Sunday Schoel and Adult Bible Clasm 11:00 Morning Worship Ser'viee CARL J, CARLSEN, Pastor ffiliated: Lutheran Free Church -- National Lutheran Cotmeil