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1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL PuNished in&apos;CChrlstmastown PAGE 19 childhood and of man- Janes. Real Estate m spot for the needs lots }Urban location. is located of town on 4!4 the budget at ) down. Owner ng for a sound ose to shopping. HOME! home has appraised for you can down. You large bed- separate din- plus large for both ng. this immac- basement a large family 'ODin in the wa- You will be rnounta ns from ining area and in the fine fea- storage, dou- excellent fur- throughout $10,750. As- loan. see this va. acre just out =er has started Other interests leave it as easy terms. OC.ketbook, Close JUst $5,500 you ns cozy 2 bed- Compact home terms. See ;ATION four bedroom on an extra large ne ghborhood. It living'dining .area and hardwood a full base- home for .A. at $16,- I , the excellent 2 bedroom 790' of low 2 miles fro. with tide- access. Just is here. pOd spot for n. 100 ft. on each and no Nicely With only $1,- this terrific long. 100 frontage of trees and depth. A ith terms NEW AVE SAME ESTATE George ifalley I(amiiche Area Census To Update Population , c Resident Taken By Death Monday \\;  i , a nationwide survey this month to and income. The latest benchmark 3228 enable the Bureau of the Census. U. S. Department of Cdmmerce. to update many national 1960 Census figures, it was announced today. In addition to the regular mon- thly inquiries about employment and unemployment, the March Current Population Sm'vey will Real Estate EXGEPTIONAL VALUES ESTATE IS ALL SETTLED This family home is located downtown only a flew blocks from City Center. four bedrooms, ex- tra large living room. kitchen has breakfast nook. newly painted, half basement, nice back yard for garden, garage, all this for $7800. LOVELY RECREATION ROOM WILL SELL THIS CHIC HOME This immaculate home has two bedrooms, elegant living room, large kitchen with lots of built- ins, dining room is separate. You step down into a cheerful recrea- tion room with king size fireplace, built-in desk and all paneled, many more features in this eye catching buy for $15,000. IDEAL COUNTRY LIVING figm'es on these subjects are from the 1960 Decennial Census Census Bureau officials point out that all information furnished the Bureau is held in strict con- fidence under Federal law, and cannot be used for investigation, taxation or regulation. The indi- viduals and households who assist the Bureau by replying lO its ques- tions are not identified in any way in its reports. Their replies go into the Census Bureau's highspeed electronic computers and emerge as a useful statistical picture of the United States population. The Ctu'rent Population Survey will be conducted here and in 356 other sample areas of the country during the week of March 18. In- formation will be collected locally by: Mrs, Polly A. Swayze. Shelton. Real Estate YOU'LL BE HAPPY HERE! It's practically new and spark- ling" clean. All the charm, con- venience and simple dignity of the familiar ranch type. A well built home on an exclusive street. Three bedrooms, all large 1, baths. 2 car carport, 80 x 100 ft. level lot. built-in appliances, un- ique and most attractive fireplace. IN THIS SPOT A really good house with every Five bedrooms, three down and up to the minute feature and all two up, living room has brand for $16.750. Shown only by ap- new fireplace, utility room, extra pointmeut. lot. separate garage, close to schools and city center. Only $10,- A. ROY DUNN 500. THIS HOME WILL SELL FAST This attractive home has three bedrooms, all plastered, fireplace, separate dining room, large util- ity room. fenced yard with patio, separate garage, close to school on Mr, View. A prudent buy for $13,500. HOOD CANAL LIVING AT THE VERY BEST This lovely home is a year around home, two large bedrooms. all plastered, living room with fireplace, large picture windows from all rooms facing Canal and mountains. Full basement with one bedroom and half bath. mani- cured yard. separate garage, full attic in this home, Also included in this buy is 100 ft. of excellent waterfront and room to build the home of your dreams. All this for $25,000. LOCATION DOWNTOWN, LOTS OF ROOM Located two blocks from city center, large living room with room for dining area. compact kit- chen with breakfast bar, newly LITTLE BARGAIN! plainted, formica counters utility Somebody's going to like the room, two bedrooms down attd one new living room. new kitchen .an(/ ltrge roomy one upstairs, fenced sparkling new siding. It's a corn- yard. separate garage, All this fY cottage with one bedroom and for $9.000. basement, This will be the per- fect rent-beater or the ideal spot GOINGGOING--GONE for a retired couple. It's located Better hurry if you want [t cabin close to the hospital and priced or a lot to build one on. A few for quick sale at $3,950.00. Call today. left at Tillicum Beach, come in and talk this over. FOR SALE HILLCREST APARTMENTS-- has one 4 room with 2 bedrooms and 2 two rooms with baths, all furnished & a good investment for party with time to renovate and give care. Live in one and rent the others. A good opportunity to have income property at a good value. Located in good shopping center. Priced to sell! ANGLESIDE PROPERTIES' A number of exceptionally .good lots available for destinctive homes, level or two level. See the nice homes already there and pick out your future home site now at terms to suit you. ANGLE AGENGY ANYTIME Real Estate -- Insurance HERB -- Phone 426-8272  DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 IitY Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. " BOOkkeeping  Some very cheap money on FHA Loans IOR(E  OFFICE ].ANAGER, BROKER 426-6642 __ HOME PHONE 426-3530 3 bedrooms, garage, Lot 60' x 120' nice corner lot downtown close to ess with property. Some groceries $16,000. five acres, good well and water. large work shop. Full price $8,500. three bedrooms, fireplace, electric heat ft. of waterfront, close to town. $12,000 TIPS acres, lt/ acres cleared. Other outbuild- 5E, grage, part basement. Priced at $350. ROO M $6,00, HOME, 4 lots, good concrete foundation. $500 down, $50 per month. room, fireplace, garage and car- ARED. Old house, drilled well, $2,800. house. One acre of land, spring garage, workshop  $9,500. E, eonr ,lot, hot tr heat, ,fir.eplace, on Angles!de -- $10,500. By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE.---Another of Ka- milehe's long time residents passed away Monday morning when George O'Malley died in a Shel- 1on hospital. Mr. O'Malley had made his home in the Kamilehe Valley since 1909. His wife passed away two years ago. He leaves five daughters and two sons. Mrs. liehard (Eyleen) Durldn. Mrs. Paul {Florence) Bloomfield; Mrs. Robert qFranecsl Watters, all of Shelton: Mrs, Bud (Muriel) Gil- len. and Mrs. John /Maryl Mead. also of Tacoma; George and Bill O'Malley, both pf Tacoma; 18 grandeh'ildren and 13 great-grand- children. Sincere sympathy is ex- tended to the family. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bradley and two sons spent two days last week in British Columbia, Canada. at- tending a church convention. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwelder visited last weekend with their daughter and family, Mr, and Mrs, Bill McFie, Twisp, in eastern Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams and two cildren of Colorado, visited last weekend at the Martin Otto home, Mr. and Mrs. WaRm' Solwold returned home from their sum- mer home in Dateland, Ariz.. last week. They would like to have brought some warm, mmny weath- er home with them. We are glad to report that Mrs. Adla McDonald is home and feel- ing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quintana and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore and family, all of Seattle visited at the Barbara Haney home last FA M I LY PARAD I SE weekend, Jerry Moore has recently Give your family a treat by returned from Viet Nam. moving to this modern ranch-style home. You'll like the location among Shelton's finest homes, Large living room with fireplace, 3 bedrooms, bath with tile an(/ shower, wardrobe closets ultra modern family room with bar. Outstanding value $14,900. Make an appointment by phoning Mr. Voss 426-6363 today. A. ROY DUNN --- IT AIN'T NO TAJ MAHAL, BUT . , , Here's an opportunity for Mr. Family Man to put down roots and enjoy life in a neighborly community. Two bedrooms, kit- chen has dining area. heat-a-later fireplace, clean and modern bath with shower. The utility has room for washer, dryer, freezer an(/ storage. There is a large yard, garage, and patio with barbeque. How can you miss at $7,500. Terms to suit the purchasers. --- A. ROY DUNN A. ROY DUNN 4 BEDROOMS -- B I G ! Want a spacious family home with room for everything? This one has 4 bedrooms, large living room and dining room. The kit- chen has plenty of cupboards and a breakfast nook. The house is very attractive with new panelled walls, tile floors and brick on the outside. If you have lots of kids and a few dollars better see this. A. ROY DUNN .... ABOUT 5 MILES FROM TOWN Every good home begins with a fine lot and I don't know where you'll find a better value than this. It's a comfortable cottage situated on 246 feet of the finest salt water frontage in this area. The home includes new kitchen with formica counter tops, double sink and exquisite dining area. The living room has wall to wall carpet and drapes costing $400. It's priced at $13,000. This is the best buy on waterfront I know of on today's market. A. ROY DUNN .... TIRED OF JUST LOOKING? If so look one more time, then buy this deluxe 3 bedroom home in a top location, It's many fea- tures include 2 baths, den with fireplace, formal dining room, carpeted floors, large living room with fireplace and a picture-per- fect yard. Priced at $24,500. Own- er will carry contract with small down. A. ROY DUNN A BIT OF WOODLAND A sparkling shorefront, a friend- ly house, a place to hang your heart. This 4 bedroom Mason Lake home could use some paint but would be an excellent place for a family or several parties wish- ing a lake home. There is a small cabin on the back, garage and extra water storage plus real good well. The owner will leave all furnishings and it is priced right at $13,500. Call now for sum- mer fun. A. ROY DUNN CLOSE TO TOWN Nice 30 acre farm. All cleared. New 3 bedroom home. Full base- ment, lovely kitchen with built- in range, oven and dishwasher. Sundeck with sliding doors to liv- ingroom. A good large barn and other buildings. Priced at $22,000. Look today. A,' ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call: Mary Voss ................ 426-8074 A, Roy Dunn 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Railroad i i i R, EV. AND M,RS. Frank Snider of 'California. are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sigo. They were members of the nine person crew of the Crusader. the missionary boat on the way to Haiti with a $30.000 load of sup- plies which wrecked off the coast of Mexico. The boat and supplies were lost and the crew were res- cued by a fishing boat and then they were brought back to the homeland on a cattle boat. Tile couple told of their experience in Real Estate LaBISSONIERE * Star Values. * PRICED BELOW FHA Lovely 2 bedroom home, Mt. View. Spacious living room. beautifully carpeted, r a i s ed hearth fireplace. Family dining room. Modern open kitchen. 2 car garage. Excellent fenced patio. Large covered breeze- way. Well nnder FHA at $14,750. Only $750 down FHA includes closing costs. * SUBURBAN SETTING Semi-secluded. A most at- tractive 4 bedroom home. 2 tiled baths. Handsome living room, fireplace, family dining room. all carpeted. Con- venient kitchen Full daylight basement, rec. area, laundry, shop. Landscaping in. An ex- ceptional buy at $16,500, FHA $875 down. w 3 BEDROOM HOME Well located. A real nice old- er family home. Separate living and dining rooms, compact kitchen. Full basement Most economical furnace with coal auto-stoker. Worth more than $8.500. Budget terms arranged. * NEARLY NEW 4 bedrooms. 1 bath. 1 shower, 2 fireplaces. Large view living room, family room. 2 car port. Elevated location. Blue grass lawn. A sound buy at $16,800 FHA $975 down. * 3 BEDROOM, SOUTH END Oversize lot, high fenced rear yard. Large living room, Bright kitchen. Priced to sell at $6,500. Only $600 down. Balance like rent. W COMMANDING VIEW Custom-built. three bedroom home, all in spacious ele, gance. Fireplace, of course. Daylight basernent. Play and trophy rooms, shop, laundry. Radiant heat. $21,500. Yet.ms, * WATERFRON.T HOMES It will pay you to check with us on Saltwater, Lake and Creek Front lroperties. We have listed a number of fine homes from $9,000. to $32,500. FARMS, NEW LISTINGS 33 ACRES, 27 CLEAR Small stock ranch. 6 miles out. Spacious 5 bedroom home. Full basement. Wood furnace. Fine 2 car garage, excellent shop. Drilled well. Shelter barn. $12.500, Conventional mortgage: $5,000 down. * 20 ACRES, 6 CLEAR 8 miles South towards Olym- pia. 5 room home. fireplace. 2 car garage plus storage. Landscaped. This property Will, go fast at $10,000. $2 000 "down, $65. monthly. More farms from 10 acres up to 160 acres. Acreages from 160 acres up to 300 acres suitable for Tree Farming. CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere A G E N C Y the Sunday evening service at the local church. Mrs. Belle Richards. sister of Mrs. Percy Whitener, moved this week into the cottage next to UTe Euguene Taylor home. Mrs. Rich- ards lived in Yakima for a few years, David Beck was honored last Saturday on his 90th birthday when friends gathered at his home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jolliff, Mr. and Mrs. Max Waldburger, Billy Waldburger, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lambert. all of Kamilche. and Mrs. Callie Cayton and daughter, REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th  helton, Wash. EVENINGS: Florence Toler of Olympia. Harry Simmons entered an Olympia hospital last Thursday for surgery and returned home the first of this week There will be a 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner at the Grange hall Friday evening of this week. Sunday dinner guests at the Herb Nelson home were the Bruce Nelson family of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jordan of Salem. Ore.. spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ed Petty home. The first baseball game of the season will be played Friday of next week when Kamilehe meets Southside on the local field. Mr. and Mrs, Avery Kelley be- came grandparents on March 10th when their daughter Theresa and husband John Maker!hey of Los Angeles, Calif., became parents of a bab.v girl who has been named Kelly Marcetle. Legal Publications NO. 3445 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLMMS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY (IN PROBATE) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CARRIE L, GIFFORD, Deceased, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned B. Franklin Heuston has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the Last Will and Testmnent and of the estate of Carrie L. Gifford. deceased: and that all per- sons having claims against tile said estate or the said deceased are hereby required to serve the sanle duly veri- fied in duplicate with the necessary vouchers attached upon tlle undersigned Executor at the law office of B. Frank- lin Heuston, Angle Building, Shelton. Washington. and file such claims to- gether witll proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six (61 monttls after the date of the first publication of this notice. to-wit: 4 April 1963. or all claims not so presented and filed will be forever barred. B. FNKLIN HEUSTON ExeCutor. Estate of Carrie L. Gifford. deceased. Address: Angle Bldg., Sllelton. Washington 4/4-11-18-25 4t NO. 3389 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN PROBATE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY, "' In tile Matter of the Estate-of ,Fred J. Phillips, Deceased. ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Miriam S. Phillips. Executrix of the Estate of Fred J. Phillips, deceased, bas filed ill tile office of the Clerk of said Court a final retlort and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the prop- erty to Ill(; persons thereto entitled and to discharge the petitioner as Ex- ecutrix: and that said report and pet!- lion will be beard on the 19ih day of April, 1963. ot 10:00 o'clock in the fore- noon of said day, or as soon there- after as tile matter can be heard at tile court room of tile above-entitled court, in the Courthouse in Shelton. Mason County, Washington. at which time and place any person interested in said Estate nlay appear and file ob- jections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 15th day of March. 1963. LAURA M. VAGENER, Clerk of said Court. By Teckla Vernlillion Deputy GLENN E. CORREA, Attorney for Estate Bell Bldg.. 121 South 4th St. Shelton, Washington. Preferred Properlies by Legal Publications (OCNTY ROAD PROJI,]CT NO. 408 Ill tile matter of C,R,P, No. 408 to be constructed on Masoa Couaty Road No. ]II-A kno'n ha:ally as tile Orch- ard 12ca('il i'ad, alld inert specifically located SE  Twp. 21. R 2 W. %V. M. IT IS I1EREBY BESOLVED by tile Board of County Conlnlissioners that it is their intenlion to replace decayed bridge No. 111-0.09 Priaeipal quaniities are: 72" Bit. coated pipe (beveled) 700 C. Y. Fill and that said work is to be perfornled by day labor ill accordancc with the Washington Slate Standard Sllecifica- tions contract for Road and Bridge Constructioll as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described county road pro- ject is necessary and proper, and tile estimated costs of said project are Legal Publications no eVCllt, however, shall tile paylnent rates for each quarter be less than tlle base raIes as stated above, When lhe adjusted rates by sl)eeies are low- er tban the basc ralcs the diffcrenee between fhe tcdal dollar value of tile t in/beP Cut at adjusted rales and at base rales will bc recorded for each species. The slu/npagc rate for ally species wlll nol he increased above the base raIe ulltit t]le subscqltent ad- justed rates above basc rates tot all species develop all accunlulaied total dollar value in excess of the lotal re- corded acculnulated difference for all st)eci(-s. If requested by the Slate f Washinglon or ly Grays Harbor Counly or Masoa County or by any person deenw, d Io havt, a reasonable Interest ill the propesed sale. or in IIS ternls, a pnblic bearing will be held in the office of the Fol'est Super- visor. Post Office Building, Olynlpia, herewith sel out in detail as follows: "Washington, on the 19ill day of April, Engineering $ 50.00 1963. at 2:00 P.M, Requests for public Bridge Construction 2.950.00 hearing will not be considered unless TOTAL $3.000.00 received in the office of the Forest The county road project herein des- cribed is ItEREBY DECLARED to be Olynlpia, Vrashington, or before a put)tic ueccssitY and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to report and proceed thereon us by law provided. ADOPTED this 8th day of April. 1963. Board Of County Conlmissioners Of Mason County, Washington MATTIN AUSETH, Chairman ItARRY ELMLUND JOHN BARIEKMAN Attest : C, NOLAN MASON Clerk of lqoard 4/11 It NO. 3398 NOTICE OF IlEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (IN I'ROBATil, ') In the Matter of the Estate of SVEN ERIK FORSBERG. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ruth M. Lindsey, Administratrix of the Estate of Sven Erik ForSberg de- ceased has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Com't a final report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribUte the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge the petitioner as Administratrix; an_ that said re- port and petition will be 'heard on tlle 10th day of May, 1963. at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. or as soon tbereafter as the matter can be heard al the court room of the above-entitled court, ill the Courthouse in Shelton. Mason County, Washington, tt which time and place any person interested in said Etate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the SaFoe. Dated this 5th day of April. 1963, LAURA M. WAGENER. Clerk of said Court. By Teckla Vermillion. Deputy. GLENN E. CORREA. Attorney for Estate, Bell Bldg.. 121 South 4th St. Shelton. %Vashington. 4/11-18-25-5/2 4t NATIONAL FOREST TIMBE] FOR SALE CANYON RIVER SALVAGE Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of Section 5 of Public Law 273. 78th Congress (58 Slat. 132-16. U.S.C.A, 583-583iL and the Cool)erative Agreement for the lIan- agenlent of the Participating" Forest Properties in the Shclton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit entered into by and between tile United States of America and the Simpson Timber Com- pany, dated December 12. 1946, all nlorchantable timber nlarked or des!g- nated for cutting on an area embrac- ing 1.270 acres, more or less., within Sections 24. 25 26. T. 22 N.. R. 7W.. W.M.. surveyed. Sections 4. 5. 6, 7. 8, 9. T. 21N,. R. 6W., W.M.. surveyed, Sections 5. 6. 7. 8, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20. 29. 30. 31. 32. T. 22N.. R. 6V.. WAVE., Unaur%'eycd. Canyon River Block, Grays lsrbor and Mason Countles, Shetton Co,perative Sustained Yield Unit. Olympic National Forest. Wash- ington, will l)e sold to the Sin/pson Timber Company on April 30, 1963. The estimated volulnes are: 5,700 M Supervisor, Post Office Building, on April 10. 1963. Dated Mrcb 25. 1963. Lh/yd G. Gillmor. Forest Supervisor, OlynlI)ic National Forest. 3/28-4/4-11-18 4t CAUSE NO. 7586 NOTICE OF SltERIFI"S SALE ()F ItEAL ESTATE Under General Execution IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY TED DEPOE. Plaintiff. vs. OWEN MODLIN, Defendant Under and by vn'tue of a general execution issued out Of and tinder the, seal of the Superior Court of the State of Washinffton. in and for said County. on tbe 3rd day of April, 1963, upon a judgnlent rendered ill said Court on the 13th day of January, 1!)61. in favor of TED DEPOE and against OWEN MODLIN judgnlent debtor for tile sum of Two Thousand. five hundred and ten Dollars. together with attor- ney's fees. interest, costs and increased costs, and to me direc, ted and delivered. I did on the 5tll day of April, 1,963. levy upon all he right, title and in- terest of said judgment debtor in and to the following described property to satisfy said judncnt, to-wit: 1. A tract of land in that portion of the 9"factional Northeast quarter (NE ,)of the Northwest quarter (NW ) Of Section 3, Township 20 North, Range West, W.M. lying Northerly and Easterly of the center line of the Coun- ty Road particularly described as follows : BEGINNING at tlle Northeast cor- ner of said Northeast quarter (NE,II of the Northwest quart-r " (NWa) ' Thence West, along tim Nortil lin( ot" said forty, to a point thereon 181 ft. East of easterly right-of-way line of said County Road; thence South, paral- lel witb the East line of said (NE/) oI NW , 5 feet, lnore or less. to the Northcrly right-of-way line of a pri- vate roadway: thence Souihwesterly, along iile Northerly lille of said private roadway to an intersection with the Easterly right-of-way lille of said Couaty Road: thenet-Souther'ly, along the Easterly right-of-way line of said County Road. 30 feet. Inert or less. to 1lie Northwcsl COrll(H" of a tract of land hcrctofor- convtyed to Lcstcr D. Etliott and Josephine E. Ell!oil. hus- band and wife. by deed recorded in Volunle 145 el Deeds. page 176 under Auditor's File No. 145690; lhcnec East. along the North line of said Elliott lract. 250 feel U) the Northeast corner of said Eliiott tract: thence South. ahmg the East line of said Elliott lracI :t20 feel to the Southeast coruer thereof, being tile Norti line of a tract o lalfld heretoforc conl'cyed to M. E. Wright a bachelor, by deed recorded ill Vohnllc 157 of Dec.ds. page 431. under Auditor's Fiic No. 15.i198; thence East. along ttlc North lille of said rl'ight tract, to the East line of said NE i of tile NW ii: tilence North. abmg the East line of said NE j of NW i lo the point of hct4inning; ,2, A tra(t of land in the Soutli half iS ],) of the SoUtheasl quarter tSE ) of Section 31. Township 21 North. Rallg 3 }Vcsl. %r.M. partic:ularly des- as foil ,ws. h)-wit: BEGINNING AT THE quarter post )n thv South lilh' of Section 34. Towa- board feet el Douglas-fir, 5.000 M ship 21. North. Range 3 West. W.M : board feet of western hemlock and thence East (var. 22 degrees 30' E) other species. The minintmn acceptable 30 chains: tbence North 208 feet; bid per M board feet is as follows: thence West 30 chains; thence South Douglas-fir $11.45. western henflock 208 feet. more or less to the point of and other species $5.45. This includes beginning, excepting therefroln, how- tile following rates, per M board feet ever. the West ninety (90) feet thereof for stulnpage (including deposit for heretofore conveyed to G. Thompson, sale area betterment). $3.00 base rate a bat!icier, by deed recorded in Volnme plus an additional $7.75 for Douglas- 138 of Deeds. page 37. under Auditor's fir. $2.00 base rate plus arradditional file No. 13998 and excepting road- $2.75 for western hemlock and other ways, species, and $0.70 for slash disposal NOV TttEREFORE. NOTICE IS for all species. The prices bid for HEREBY GIVEN. That on Friday tile StUlnpage sllalt be considered as tel1- 10th day of May. 1963. at 10 o'clo'ek in iative rates subject to quarterly eal- the Forenoon of said day, I will sell endar adjnstment upward or down- the above described property, or so ward by 0.5 of the difference belween mneh thereof as nlay be negessary to !be avcrag'e of the monthly Douglas-fir satisfy said judgm(ut, together with region indices, as ealculated by the attorney's fees, interest, coals and Forest Service for the three previous increased costs, ill all anmunting to montlts, and the following base in- the sum of Two Thousand eight hun- dices: Douglas-fir 117.31 (El. weste'n dred sixty-one and 40/100 Dollars. PAls henllock and ether species 99.06 (B), cost of publication and sheriff's" costs. Such adjustnlents ill the price for Said sale will take ptaee at the East stunlpagc shall be applicable to tinl- door of the Court House at 4th and her sealed during the three-nlontllS Pine in said County and State. and I period following the quarter for will be at public auction for cash ill 3/21-28-4/4-11 4t which the adjustment is computed. In hand to the highest and best bidder. Dated at Shelton. Wash., this 5th Real Estate day of *pril. I968. D, S. CLARK Sheriff of said County, By THORA BASSETT Deputy. 4/11-18-25-5/2-9 5t Waterfront Realty 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 LEASE WITH OPTION! This excellent 3-bedroom home has many fine features for you to enjoy! Garden space, basement, fireplace, and a low, low cost! Call Dick Belling today. * LET US SELL YOUR PROPERTY * FOR FAMILY LIVING! This is a 4-bedroom beauty! Two complete baths, large liv- ing room and dining room, plus recreation room in the handy basement. A comfortable family home for years of enjoyment. Priced on FHA terms at .$17,000. * LIST NOW --- BUYERS WAITING * TIME FOR FUN! Family summer home -- lots of sleep area, large bath and "change" room with outside entrance! Large kitchen-living area with lovely fireplace. Furnished. Needs some finishing and has expansion room. With 60' of pebble beach and tidelands your family will love this Treasure Island beauty at just $12,500! See it QUICK! * WE NEED SUBURBAN HOMES * OWN YOUR OWN! We have two smaller, cozy homes at terms even NEWLY- WEDS can afford! Grab your hat and see these: Full price, $3750 each. * WE NEED FARIS AND ACREAGE * WANT TO LIVE ON NORTHCLIFF? Try this lovely 3-bedroom home for size! Large living room with fireplace, 2 baths, fenced yard and other excellent features, Owner will carry contract. * WE NEED WATERFRONT * FRANO BEACH! H@re is a dandy. A large tract featuring excellent beach and low bank. Close to Shelton. Just $4,350 on terms of course. * LIST YOUR PROPERTY TODAY * -- Evenh, gs Call -- Marden Stroud ...........  ........ 426-4000 Dick Belling ........................ 426-8162 JOI4N DEVERESX 426-8544 NO, 3406 TO CREDITOR TO Fll.E CLAIMS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON. (IN PROBATE) In the Matter of the Estate of GILaCE CHARLOTTE BUXTON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV,N. That Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Grace Charlotte Buxton were granted to the undersigned, on the 29th day of March 1963, by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me t the office of my attorneys Foster Foster. 501 Security Bldg., Olympia, within six monttls after the date of the first publication of this notice, to- wit. within six months after the 4th day of April. 1963. and file the same with tile clerk of this Court. together with proof of such service, or they shall be forever barred. Dated at Shelton. Wash.. this 2nd day of March. 19113. CARROLL E. BUXTON, Executor of the Fstate of Gace Charlotte Buxton, de- deceased. FOSTER & FOSTER. Attorneys for Executor, 501 Security Building, Olynlpia, Washington. 4/4-11-18 3t NO. 16618 NOTICE (IF .I'RIIAT SAI,}] OF REAL E STAll'S; IN THE SUPERIOR COUNT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KITSAP COUNTY In tile Matter of the Estate of CARL P. TEEL. Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in compliance witl the order of the above entitled Court. the undersigned executrix will sell on the 20th day of April. 1963. the following described real property situated in lIason Coun- ty, Washington, to-wit: That portion of Lots 10.11,12 and 13. Sportsnten's "Waterfront Tracts at Bald Point, lying East of the County Road, Mason County, Washington. at private sale at Room 304, Medical Dental Building, Iremerton. %Vasiing'- ton. All bids for said real praperty shall be in writing and addressed to the undcrslgned executrix and deliver- ed to her at said address and/or filed with the Clerk of the abov- entitled CourL at or beforc 12:00 o'clock noon of the said 20th day of April, 1963. Said bids shall specify the ternls of the offer and no bid shall be consider- ed for the real property above describ- ed that is less than ninety (90%) per- cent of the appraised valuatioa thereof, DATED at Brenterton, Washington this Ist day "of April, 1963. LOUISE E, .TEEL, Executrix 4.t4-11 2t Legal Publications IN I*R()BATE NO. 163583 NOTI('E OF PIIIVATE SALE OF R I':A l= 1' ROP I'RTY IN THE SUI>Et.IOt COUIIT OF THE STATE ()F WASI4INGTON ];Y)i KING COUNTY. h] lh' Mattel of the Estate o[ ItARRY KINIKEL SMYTH, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEI.E1;Y GfVEN Hint ill ilccordallCi  with ttle el'dOt of this C. lurt cntort,d hl,rqofol'e. 111t, undcl'- sinned adliiiaislral<w Of lile abovc-ell- titlt,d estaL' will st.ll al private sale, i)ll ill" alicr t]h' 30tb day of April 1963, :ll the hour t)l 9:00 A.M. of said day, ,)l" 'it]lill six ln0nths :lf|er dat( of [irst 1)ublieation )ftilis llOLl(e, itt 552 Cent- ral Euilding, Sealllc 4. Washingtou. the folh-,wing described real proptq'ty situatvd ill the Counties (,1; Wilat(hnu and laS,,ll. Stale of Washillghu, lo- wit : (1) Lot Ten (10). Block Fourteen (14), Smith and Bt!an's Addition lo St- heine, situated in 1he County of Whaieolll, State of WashingIon. t2) That pal-ctq of real property situ- ated in tile Co l ty of Mason Stale ,.)f V%rashiagh)n. described as fot- It)'rS ; A tract of land situated partly in overnlnent Lot olle (1) and llle Southeast quartcr ISE h't) el the Southwest quartcr (SV 4), Section 13. and partly ill Government Lots five (5) and (6). Scclion 2-1: all in Townshi l) 2] North, Range 2 West, W.M.. particularly described as fol- lows : BEGINNING at the quarter corn- el' Ponunon I0 Sections 13 and 24. said To'ns]tip and Range ; thence Nortll 231 feet. nlore or less. to the center of a little stremn: tilenee South 32 West 457 feet: thence South 247.4 feet. lllore or less, to the Southerly line of said Govern- nlcnt Lot 5: tilence Nortlt 79 East 246.7 feet. nlore or less. along tile Southerly till(, of said Governulent Lot 5 to a point directly Souti/ of the point of begi'nning ; tbence North to tb6 point of beginning. eontainiug an area (it" 2.32 acres, lnor or less: said land he!rig also known and described as Tract 16A of the ultrecorded plat o[ Stadiuln Beach. ALSO. (lie West 160 feet of Gov- (rnniP1L1 Lot one (I). Section 13: said Townshii/ and Range, and all that portion of Goverlnnent Lot six (6). Section 24 said Townshi p and Ran'c. which ties immediately Scull/ (if said West 160 feet (if Gov- ernnlent Lot 1. said Seltion 13: said land bein. also known and described as Tract 16 of the unrecorded plat of Stadiuln Beach. ALSO all tide lands of tie seeond- (:lass, fornlerly owned by tbe State of Wast]inc,:ton. situate ill front 0f, adjacent to or abutting upon tile above described npland and extend- ing to the line of mean low tide. SUBJECT TO : (a) Previsions exceptiCalS and i'es ervati(ns as expressed ill the deed fronl lilt StaLc of rasbington under which title h) said see(hid-class tide lands is clainled, i'eeordcd ill Vl,I- unit 28 of Deeds page 241. Mason County records q]erein tlw grantor saves, ex(.el)Is and l'escrves all otis. gases, coal. ores. nlinerals aJld fos- sils. logether with the right to cnlcr u]lon said lands for tile pllr- l(Ise (if opening, dcve]oDinff and working T/lilieS. etC.: provided, that no rights shall be exercised under this reservatioll lnlti] provision has l)een lnade b" lhe State. its suc- cessors or aSSLlns, for full payntont of all damages sustained by tile o,nor hy reaaon of sucil entering; and the right of the State of Wash- ington, or ally grantee or lessee thereof, to acquire the rigbl-ofwav over said second-class tide lands for private railroads, skid roads canals. water courses or other easenlent, for the purpose of and to be llse(! ill the transportation and moving of timber, stone, minerals or otller products fron, other ]ands. ripen p:tyillg reasonable coolpensstiou. (b) Easement for rosd and right- of-way purposes OV(!I' arld across tile North forlv (4(}) feet of tile with- ill described upland in Govel'nnlent Lot I. said Seclion 13. (c) Easement l'antcd by Harry K. Snlyth a hacbelol and Charles Solnel's and ClaFa A. Sonlers hus- band and wife Io Peninsula Ligl]t Conlp;lny, a corporation, dated March 20, 1940. recorded October 7, 1940. in Vohnne 72 of Deeds. page 297. undcr Auditor's File =No. 95015. for a perpetual righl-of-way 20 fecl in width wiii right priv- ite 'e and autbority io construct. el)orate and lnaintain a high tension electric line. over and across that portion of t}le wilhin described up- land described as follows: Colnl]len(.llla al the quaFter Sec- ti()Il COl'llel" io," ctiollS ]3 and 24. Township 21 North Range 2 West. %V.M.: thence Nortb 041'20 '' West a distance of 18,07 feet to tile true toloint of beginning; thence the slrip f land laying 10 feet on cacti side of the fIowing described line. Froln tile true point of begiuning thence South 80 West a distance af 62.8 feel lo the intersection with the Seclion line betwcen Sections 1 and 24; thencc conlinuing in Sec- tion 24. South 80 vVest a distance of 97.2 feet, making a total dis- tance of 160 feet. in Sections 13 and 2i, Township 21 North. Range 2, Wrcsi. V,M, Also. conll:leUCiU. a the quaPter Section corner for Sections 13 and 2i Township 21 North. Range 2 West, W,M.: thence North 041'20 '' %Vest for a distance of 18.07 feet to tile truc iloint of beginning; tllence the strip of land laying 10 feet on each side of the following described line. From' the true point of be- ginning thence North 32 55' East a distance of 294.5 feet in Section 13, Tewnship 21 North. Range 2 West. W.M. Upon tile following conditions: the ad- nlinistrator reserves the right of re- fusal of ally offer: no offer to pur- chase the property hereinabove de- scribed will be (Ol{sidered if it offers less than $7,000.00 in cash: the offer shall eieariy state the teruls ttlereof and shall be in writing addre, ssed to .his attorneys, KUMM. MAXWELL, PETERSEN & LEE. 552 Cem'al Build- ing, Seattle 4, Vashingon. and de- livered io said address m" filed with the Clerk of the ahove-entitled Court, The time of notice of this sale has been shortencd by the Caurt to eight days from date of first publication, DATED this 11th day of April 1963. RAYMOND J. PETERSEN Adluinistrator of the Estate of Harry Kinikel Smyth, Deceased. 4/11-I8 2t NOTICE OF GROFND VCATER RIGItT APPLICATION NO. 6496 State Of %Va,shington ' OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF WATER RESOURCES Olympia TAKE NOTICE : That POBERT F, HENDRY ol Bel- ls!r, Washington on January 31, 196, filed application for permit to with- draw public grouud waiers "through a well situated within Tract 8. NW% NW. of Section 1, Township 22 N., Range 2 '. W,M., in Mason Oounty, inthe amount of 5 gallons per xnnute. existing rights continuously, each year fcr tlle purpose Of group domestie'sup- pl . ,ny objections nlust be accompanied b: a two dolia- ($2.(}0)recordiilg fte m [ filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (80) days from April t8, 1963. Witness lny hand and official seal tltis 18th day of March, 1963. (SEAL) M, G. WALKER, State Suilervisor of Vater Resources. 4/11-18 2t or tllcm in