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February 11, 1971

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I | ll ~ l1 1 1 ~~ I 1NllU3JV IVNIII ^ue a^le~ o; pue p~^!~J,~ 1OOH05NO/33HS IH~l~ ~31VM / By SIGRID CRABTREE Christopher Robin is played the student must present a library table featuring foods from both becoming involved, yes, really Much hard work has ooneg L._o'nt by ........... Joe McCla ahan and Klm pass from a teacher, countrtes, and candleht tables. A revolved with problems facmg the R IVER .1969. No. 1 SALE, issued April. 12 1898, under $2.,000.00. This balance may be appointed" and has quahfled" ' as the Winnie The Pooh to make it a Nlcklaus. Christopher is the httle The new rule will not affect posslblhty is havmg a band tocommumty. success with the ,,oun-er set in boy who befriended all the little library use after school or during play for part of the evening butA march is being planned to the Shelton area. The play ]sammais el me forest anu wnen the other class periods ot the uay. tms nas not oeen alnrmeu, raise money for Washington State being nresented bv the Shelton the time comes for him to set off FHA The pubhc is welcome to Association of Retarded Children, ..... aw 27 7 t t t .................... Hi,,h School Chilaren's Theatre for school everyone is reluctant to attend for a smalladmlssmns March 19 from Shelton to the -''~ - "Y ' - s~ him "o THE RUEBEN will be playingnrice of 25c ~..:...] ;.. r~,._..:_ ~ ......... tnls week m me elementary ..... s. at a Valentine's Day Dance v . ~'w: ........ ymv~,~ .-n w~., schools in the Shelton area and Library Closed ........ f.. DANCE ousmess men pleage a certam was also presented last night to n ~1 ~*T ..... spon sore~ ~y r~l~lt~?O, l~jt..................... amount of money for' each mile .... . . .... .. . Kules are maae to de oroKen. Ilae aance will start alter me ine Juurual~m u~a~ i~ walked tne punuc m me Keea aumtormm Nat ~o Rav~ Rand Petar~on .... and 1,~t until midnioht The olannin~ to hold a dance to raise ........ Sustained Yie d Un t entered into zxk',, ~;~ a uuh rh" ia:~ haan of sale .... service w~.m.m rour. laI monms ~-~O1"111 I~-," at 7.30 p.m. with an adm~ssmn of ~helton High ~choo/lihrarlan a .... ~,~ ~, r,,I,~ ~. ~0 ^,,1 ..... funds for the nublication of the by and between the United States offered and for which no bids are Accessibility. via Department after.tne e are or rjrsz pub_hca~ion ....... / . - ~- .......... ~ ~ ~ f , " or mls nouce or (he same wm ou )larelwlae :~ervlce 25c. Peterson announced at a will also feature refreshments tlighclimber on the night of Feb. o Amerma and the S~mpson received shall not be re-offered of Natural Resources access, barred. recent Senate meeting that theAdmission tickets will be $1 26 after the game. Pitche Blend a GIVEN A free press, we may Timber Company, dated until it has been readvertised. If Complete contract and Date of first publication: December 12, 1946, an estimated all sales cannot be offered within specifications may be examined at January 28, 1971. library would be closed to presale and $1.25 at the door. local group has been signed to defy open or insidious enemies of 15,800 M board feet of timberthe specified time on the Port Orchard District students during 0, noon and sixth FASCHING-MARDI GRAS play for the dance which will be liberty. It instructs the public marked or otherwise designated advertised date, the sale shall Headquarters, County Auditor's Glenn/S/E.LunacorreaMarie Carder West Central Branch periods because of the constant held in the Angle gym after themind and animates the spirit of for cutting will be sold to continue on the followingday office, and office of the 201 S. 341h St. "flagrant violation of library The annual French-German game until midnight. Admissions patriotism. Its loud voice SimpSOnseattle, Washington,Timber onCmpanY'March 8, a.mbetweenand fourthe hours of tend,Clock p.m.'clck Commissionerolympia. of Public Lands,Attorney for estateBetl Building ~llomo~ Washing|on rules," and the uproar caused by a Club, MardiGras-Fasching will tickets will be $1presale and suppresses everything which 1971. The minimum acceptable Said lands will be sold for notTo be sold at Port Orchard 121 S. 4-thStreet 98408 GR2.3355 number of the students, be held on the night of Feb. 24 in $1.25 at the door. would raise itself against the bi d per M board feet is: less than the appraised value District Headquarters, onShelton, Washinqton Students who wish to use the the Angle multi-purpose room public liberty, and its blasting Douglas-fir,$32.25; western above stated and upon the terms Tuesday, February 23, 1971, at 1/28-2/4-1i-3t library must sign in with Peterson from 6 to 8:30 p.m. MARCH FOR MONEY rebuke causes incipient despotism hemlock and other coniferousand conditions following: 10 o'clock a.m. ahead of time. There will be sign The event will feature such In an effort to raise $20,000 to perish in the bud. species, $7.15. Additional deposit Not less than one-tenth of the Any sale which has been required for slash disposal ispurchase price must be paid at the offered, and for which no bids are in sheets available at the desk or things as booths, games, a foodShelton High School students are - Daniel Webster $1.25 per M board feet for alltime of sale. The purchaser, if he received shall not be reoffered above species. In addition there is be not the owner of the until it has been readvertised. If improvements, must forthwith all sales cannot be offered within To entertain the youngsters the cast not only needed to learn lines and practice parts but also needed to make their own special costumes and work out the intricate make up details which go to make the characters interesting and realistic. Most of the cast are old favorites who have entertained for the past two or three years such as Vicki Buckley senior, who plays the title role of Winnie The Pooh, alias William Bear better known to those who love him as Pooh Bear. Eeyore, the donkey which seems to have some difficulty with direction is played by seniors Dan Nye and Mike Bevis, Dan's up front and Mike brings up the rear. The storyteller an old, frumpy, but, kind lady is played by senior Dennis Graves Other animal characters in the play include Tigger played by Wendy Erhart, senior and Holly Manke, junior; Kanga played by senior Debby Shawver; Rod played by seniors Dee Williamson and Janet Myers. Nancy Maranville and Kathy Stickley both juniors will play the part of Piglet and Jenny Jensen, senior, will act as Owl whose wisdom sometimes leads to trouble. The Shelton Multi-Service Center is inviting all local youth who are interested in having a voice in planning and decision making issues concerning problems of student rights, employment and recreation to come into the Center and help form a coalition which will be part of a state wide youth coalition and Mason-Thurston coalition. For further information call 426-2568 or 426-2571 or come into the center at 233 S. 2nd. About 30 members of the M ason Co. Senior Council enjoyed games and sociability at the Multi-Service Center last Friday. Mrs. Murray, a caseworker from the Public Assistance Office, explained the reassurance plan. The Council members are looking forward to entertaining a group of Senior Citizens from Vancouver Feb. 26. Lunch and entertainment will be at the Methodist Church, 1912 King St. FEBRUARY SPECIAL of the month! Toaster- Hand Mixer- Iron Coffee Pot- Can Opener any of these only within the sale area an unestimated volume of all species pay to the officer making the sale the specified time on the hardwood which will be paid for the full amount of the appraised advertised date, the sale shall l..i~: at $1.00 per M board feet. In value of the improvements, as continue on the following day Your 6uide to addition there is within the sale above stated. One-tenth of the between the hours of ten o'clock ~:i area an estimated 298 acres of all purchase price must be paid a.m and four o'clock p.m. E~er~ Sel'v/l['e$/11 J~85011 Co,lit]if ~.~., ,,~ species of logs substandard annually thereafter with interest Said timber on said land will be R" because of defect or size which on oil deferred payments at the sold for not less than the will be paid for at $34.24 perrate of 7V~ per centum per appraised value, as appraised by acre. A total volume of 500 annum: Provided, That any the Commissioner of Public Lands thousand board feet in addition purchaser may make full paymentin the manner provided by law, a Auto Glass Gunsmith to that which is surplus to needs of principal, interest and notice of which is now on file in | / I --Repairing Modern and of domestic users and processors statutory fees at any time and the office of the Auditor of I Antiques as stated herein, if any, is obtain deed. The purchaser of Mason county, and District I Expert Installation I I --Precision Scope&Sight exempted from domestic land containing timber or otherAdministrator of said district. | Mounting | --Shotgun Choke Alterations, processing. If successful bidder valuable materials is prohibited byBERT L. COLE | JIM PAULEY, INC. I all gauges notifies Forest Service prior to law from cutting or removing any Commissioner of Public Lands / --Shooting Supplies. award that he will not export all such timber or materials without 1/28-2/4-11-18-4t t tlMt. View I WARREN A. GIRARD orpartoftheexemptedvolume, firstobtainingconsentofthe ----~ IKneeland Center ph" 426823" / Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 the exempted volume in the Commissioner of Public Lands, / , contract will be adjusted until the full amount of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS accordingly, so that the purchase price has been paid and No.4174 - uncommitted export exemptions deed issued. COUPONS GOOD FEB. 12 - 13 & 15, 1971 may be assigned to one or more AII sales of state lands are made IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Auto Repairing Home Shopping Service-- 1 subsequent sales. Bidders are subject to the reservations of oils, O F T H E S T A T E O F I -- Major Overhauls I FREE BONUS CREDITS! I advised that violations of thegases, coal, ores, minerals andWASH I NGTON FOR MASON I - Brakes & Ignition I Valuable Premium Gifts! I Domestic Processing requirement fossils of every name, kind andCOUNTY IN PROBATE. -- | -- Welding & Tune-ups | BUy and Save on FOOd &E constitutes breach of contract and description, and to the additional IN THE MATTER OF THE I -- Special Winterizing I Household PrOducts. I may result in contract terms and conditions prescribed ESTATE OF O. JACK I FREE SHOPPING GUIDE FOR I cancellation, or in refusal toin section 3 of chapter 256 of the WEIRAUCH, Deceased. | ED'S SERVICE l SHELTON & McCLEARY I award timber sales to the violator, Laws of 1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 219 So. 1st 426-1212 | 426.3a,6S or debarment or suspension from Said land will be sold subject to that the undersigned has been bidding on future timber sales. If the terms, conditions and appointed and has qualified as the requested by the State of reservations of chapter 312 of the Personal Representative of the Washington or by Grays Harbor Session Laws of 1927, relating to Estate of O. JACK WEIRAUCH, or Mason Counties, or by any easements for rights-of-way anddeceased; that all persons having Beauty Masonry person deemed to have a the carrying of timber, stone, claims against said deceased are rea sonable interest in the minerals and other products over hereby required to serve the same, -- Complete Hair Care l-lb. TIN proposed sale, or in its terms, a the same. duly verified, on the undersigned-- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches --Fireplaces --All Brick and Reg. $ |.29 public hearing will be held in theBert L. Cole, Commissioner of or his attorney of record at the-- Merle Norman Cosmetics --Block Work office of the Forest Supervisor, Public Lands. address below stated and file the -- Free Demonstrations WITH COUPON Federal Building, Olympia, 1/28-2/4-11-18-4tsame with the Clerk of the said Washington, on the 24th day of court, together with proof of such ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON MASON'S MASONRY Coupon good thru Feb. 15, 1971. Cash Value 1/20t1~ February 1971 at 2:00 p.m., local service within four (4) months 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Phone 426-2278 time. Requests for public hearing NOTICE OF SALE OF after the date of first publication ' will not be considered unless VALUABLE MATERIAL of this notice or the same will be received in the office of the ON STATE LAND barred. Forest Supervisor, Federal STATE OF WASHINGTON, February 4, 1971. Rental Service l Building, Olympia, Washington,DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL /s/Charles W. Weirauch IAlmost Anything Anywhere ! on or before February 19, 1971. RESOURCES, Bert L. Cole, Personal Representative For Service Call IBulldozers-Loaders-Pumps m Dated February 1, 1971. Wynne Commissioner of Public Lands. Glenn E. Correa IFolding Banquet Tables | M. Maule, Forest Supervisor, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Attorney for Estate I I & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. I Olympic National Forest. that on Tuesday, the 23rd day of Bell Building 2/4-11-18-25-4tFebruary 1971, commencing at 121 South Fourth Street I LEW RENTS I ~ ten o'clock in the forenoon of Shelton, Washington 12216 W~ 4th, Olympia, 357-77311 ~c~eSU~e said day, at the Port Orchard 2/4-11-18-3t t'~-~ NOTICE OF SALE District Headquarters, located at 12 # OF TIDE LANDS Port Orchard, County of Kitsap, STATE OF WASHINGTON, State of Washington,by the DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL District Administrator of said Chain Saws Sign Painting Cello Wrap RESOURCES, Bert L. Cole, District, the timberon the NOTICE TO CREDITORS I " New and Used--Rentals - All Types Reg. 49 Commissioner of Public Lands. following described state land will No. 4131 I Oregon Chains & Accessories * Truck Lettering NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, be sold at public auction to the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT I Small motor tune-up & repairs * Cartoon Illustrated Signs WITH COUPON That on Tuesday, the 23rd day of highest bidder, to wit: I * PersOnalizel Business Card & Coupon Good thru Feb. 15, February, 1971, commencing at Application No. 33781 O F T H E S T A T E O F I Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily Letterhead Designs WASHINGTON FOR MASON 1971. Cash Value 1/2Oth ten o'clock in the forenoon of T i 9 e rC r eek located COUNTY IN PROBATE. I Mike's McCulloch Shop Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. said day, at the County Court approximately 4 miles by road IN THE MATTER OF THE [ 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., :26-41639 I Phone426-2661 House in the city of Shelton, northwest of Belfair. The sale is ESTATE OF CARMEN R. county of Mason, State of composed of all timber boundedCUMMINGS, Deceased. Washington, by the County by clearcut boundary tags and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Auditor of said county, the property lines on part SW SWV4 following described 2nd class tide of Section 17, part NWt/4 NWl/4 of that the undersigned has beenConcrete Travel .... lands, together with the Section 20, all in Township 23appointed and has qualified as the I I improvements situated thereon,North, Range I West, W.M., Personal representative of theI--Ready-mixConcrete I --Air-Rail-Steamship will be sold at public auction to containing 25 acres, more or less, E s t a t e o f C A R M E N R.| --Concrete Culverts & Blocks I I --Bus - Hotels - Tours I the highest bidder therefor,comprising approximately CUMMINGS, deceased; that all I --Sand, Gravel, Brick 8t Stone I No Extra Charge for Our Service to-wit: 260,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir,persons having claims against said [ --Fireplace Screens & Tools MASON COUNTY 80,000 bd. ft. of cedar, 70,000deceased are hereby required to m Angle Travel Res. Center Application No. 14460 bd. ft. of hardwoods and 40,000serve the same, duly verified, on I GRAYSTONE of SHELTON I 401 Railroad Ave. The tidelands of the second bd. ft. of hemlock and white fir, the undersigned or her attorney I 7th & Park 426-3344 | 426-8272 426-4134 class, owned by the State of or a total of 450,000 bd. ft. or record at the address below stated and file the same with the Washington, situate in front of,Minimum acceptable bid: Clerk of the said court, together 12 Fluid Ozs. adjacent to, or abutting upon the $10,585.00. Imported from Italy Reg. $1.59 West 455 feet of Government LotTimber will be sold on a cash with proof of such service within Drugs I Tropical Fish | Reg. $3.00 1, Section 23, Township 20 or installment plan basis. Timber four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice or [ --Helena Rubinstein | ~ Large variety including: North, Range 3 West, W.M., must be removed prior to October the same will be barred. I WITH COUPON WITH COUPON included in a tract described as 31, 1972. | --Cosmetics | | Fancy Guppies, Clown Barbs, Coupon good thru Feb. 15, 1971 Coupon 9Odd thru follows: Beginning at the meander On or before February 23, Date of first publication:I --Prescriptions I I Tetras, etc. Cash Value 1/20th Feb. 15, 1971. Cash value 1/20th corner on the west line of said 1971, at 10:00 a.m., each bidder January 28, 1971. I --Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics I I MARION'S AQUARIUS Section 23, and running thencemust make a minimum deposit of /s/Roberta J. Oliviero along the meander line S 87 Peg. $1,058.50 in the form of cash, Personal Representative | NELL'S PHARMACY | | 1221 W. Birch Shelton 30' E 363./b teet, and tnence N money order or certified check.Glenn E. Correa I5th & FranklinPh. 426-3327 1 | 42,6-6148 64 Peg. E 111.43 feet, thence Said deposit shall constitute an Attorney for Estate leaving said meander line S 0 Oeg. opening bid at the appraised Bell Building 01' 11" E 101.30 feet, thence N price. Upon award of this sale, the 121 South 4th Street 58 Dug. 13' W 28.86 feet, and respective deposits shall be Shelton, Washington thence N 83 Deg. W 432.30 feetreturned to the unsuccessful 1/28-2/4-11-3t IFIr Covering to the point of beginning, bidders. On the day of sale, the | containing an area of 0.25 acre, purchaser must pay the balance --Linoleum --Carpeting THIS SPACE more or less. Excepting between the bid deposit and the NOTICE TO CREDITORS I --Tile --Formica CAN BE HAD therefrom, the tidelands of the full bid price plus a $5.00 bill of No.4176 second class conveyed for the sale fee, or may, if the purchaser IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF cultivation of oysters pursuant to so elects at the time of sale, pay THE STATE OF WASHINGTON REX FLOOR COVERING How About You? Evergreen Square 426-3456 the provisions of Chapter 24,an additional amount, to bringFOR MASON COUNTY IN Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 I Session Laws of 1895, to A.M.the total amount of the deposit. PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF ' ,,,,, Page S-2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February 11, 1971 Thursday, February 11, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page - S-15