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PACE 2 SLTON--IkASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chri.tma.tow, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington FINAL BIKE WINNER--Last" to claim a bicycle in the Journ- ales 1963 subscription campaign was Dale Whinery of Route 1. He was the 14th participant in the campaign to earn a bike. NAME WRONG One of the names in the list of Forest Festival Poster Contest; winners in last week's Journal was wrong. The name, which ap- peared as Francis Wright, should have been Frances Rice. She was one of the honorable mention win- ners in the Intermediate Division. SOHOOL MENU Week of May 13-17 MONDAY -- Macaroni and cheese, sugar peas, bread and butter sandwich, nibble surpris- es, milk. TUESDAY -- Baked beans with Wiener pennies, pineapple md cabbage slaw, crispy corn- bread, applesauce, milk. WEDNESDAY -- Fried chick- en, mashed potatoes with but- ter. vegetable wedges, hot but- tered biscuits, fruit jello, milk, THURSDAY -- Turkey vegeta- ble soup, cheese slices, hot light rolls, chocolate pudding, milk. FRIDAY --= Cream of tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwich. vegetable wedges, purple plums or peaches, cookie, milk. Supplement yore" child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexali 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 Kamilche Man Is Honored On Birthday KAMILCHE -- Friends of.the Cecil Blackwelders gathered in Centralia Sunday for a smorgas- bord dinner honoring lift. Black- welder's birthday. The local per- sons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd, the Cah Rains family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs. Arthur Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sigo 'made a business trip to Suquamish last Sunday morning. Mrs. Rose Julian of Auburn vis- ited at the Dan Wood home one day last week, Last Saturday evening Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Simmons drove to Olympia where they had dinner with Mrs. Nellie Hanson. Mrs. Frances Simmons was one of about 100 friends who met last Sunday afternoon at the Wetland Holt home to honor their 25th wedding anniversary. They live at Olalla. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bloomfield and Carl and Betty visited friends in Vaucouver and topred through shirfdresses . . . Great American look.., t1?e classic shirtdress.., with its casually crisp, clean lines is an all-time fashion favorite. See it today in exciting new fabrics and colors and packed with value. Juniors, misses and youthful half sizes. 3.99 to 8.99 andbags . . On fashionable arms every. Where... impressive new handbags in gleaming patent or crushed vinyl, hopsacking, tapestnJ, Belgian linen and other handsome fabrics and leather-like plastics. (Bet value and beauty. 2.99 -- 4,99" "Plus :/0% Federal Tax Nooses.., Aces in the game of fashTon-- fresh young blousesin a superb array of styles featuring the newest miracle fabri blends, patterns, colors for easy wear and care. Misses/women's sizeS, 1,99 and 2.99 ...... albweather coats... Blue skies -- gray skies, oul' classic rain or shine coats are real charmers in any weather. Smart fashoin detailing and sturdy water repellent finishes make them super values. Sizes 8-18- 14/2 = 24/2 8.99- 10.99 - 12.99 in Evergreen Square Applications For Student Carpentry Project .Are Sought AS of today, no applications have been received by the selection committee for the student-carpen- ter home project sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign wars, chair- man J, H. Gray said, June 1 is the deadline for appli- cants, he pointed out. Gray suggested that anyone con- sidering construction of a home look at the residence now being completed by the student carpen- ters for Nell Dethlefs in the 1000 block on Laurel Street in ME. View. Applications should be address- ed to the Veterans Housing Com- mittee, P.O. Box 204, Shelton. Ap- plicants need not be veterans, he emphasized, but should be finan- cially able to provide a site and the building materials necessary for the home they wish built. the Portland zoo last week end. MISS BARBARA A. BLOOM- FIELD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bloomfield entered training in the Navy the early part of Ap- ril when she went to Bainbridge. She remains there for ten weeks and expects to be home the ena of June on leave, and then on to San Diego, Calif. Friends who would like to write to her may ad- dress her as follows. Barbara A. Bloomfield, S. R. 3906258W U,S. N. Company 10. RTC (W) U.S. Naval Training Center, Bain-- bridge, Maryland. Coming from Longview Mon- day evening to visit at the Fran- ces Simmons home were Rev and Mrs, Ira Carriker of Longview. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Snider and ,three children who have been with the Dewey Sigo home for a few weeks left Wednesday for the home of relatives in Pennsyl- vania for a brief stay before go- ing on to New York and finally to Jamaica and Haiti in mission- ary work The Frank Huason family whose home was destroyed by fire a few months ago are again living on their property in the Kamilche point area after haivng remodeled and built a building for a dwell- ing, Harstine Couple Entertain Friends At Card Party In Their Home By Donette Glaser coma last week, Occasion was to HARSTINE Saturday evening celebrate Sd's being with the George and Maxine Waitc enter- company four years. rained at a card party at their The Sid Baunsgards also had home. Those attending were the as their housegmest this week Mr. Gene Sewards, Jack Meeks, Mrs. W. N. Browning of Seattle. Helen Lamers. Mrs. Dot Smith and Mr. James McAuliffe and the host and hostess. We are happy to report Reid and Edna MiLchell. Larry and Sherry spent the week end visiting with Edna's mother, our own "Mrs. Ed" Wilson. Reid decided to take advantage and "disappear for a while" and came back with two nice salmon, a 15-pound 6V2 oz., and a six pound 3 oz. one. Gunner and Helen Johnson mid Mrs. Aina Anderson helped Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carlson celebrate their 57th wedding anmversary Thursday. Thirteen ladies attended the "hall cleaning" Thursday. Wednes- day (yesterday) the Harstine ladies entertained the Pickering Ladies for lnncheon, a plant and bake sale. Give you full particu- lars next week. HARSTINE ISLAND School Board will meet Monday night at the school. All interested persons are invited to'attend. The Harstine ferry was down for repairs frmn 10:30 a.m. till 1 a.m. while a new apron was in- stalled. This is again an oppor- tunity to remind Islanders that i the Sheriff's Patrol boat is avail- The Jim Lohrers enjoyed a visit Saturday from Jim's brother the able to Islanders in case of emerg- E. M. Lohrers of South Bay. ency while the ferry is "off run". Mrs. Charles Allison, whose home is "The Maples," is expected out this week end for the sum- mer months. CHERYL MEEKS, Janie Cam- eron and Betty Laur spent Satur- day at the "Hole in the "Wall" they had a nice picnic and did some "pick up and clean up work on the Meeks' lot. I The Mobil Company honored Mr. Sid Baunsgard at a hmcheon at Johnny's Dock Restaurant in To- The Ilwie Wingerts had as their dinner geusts this week end Mr. and Mrs. Rex of Shelton Sunday evening the Wingerts visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Seuard. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sheedy drove Donette Glaser to the V.A. Hospital at Vancouver to visit her husband "Bud" H. V. Glaser. They also saw Sheltonite Art Mallon who has had both feet anlputated and is awaiting his new artificial feet. Several Pioneer Area Residents Hit By illnesses The Past Week B_V Betty Ann Shero PIONEER.--Spring is supposed to find peoople out in the yard and working in the garden but this type of weather finds everyone doing inside chores and many of our residents have been ill--some even in the hospital. Martin Au- seth, our County Commissioner, 5almer Auseth, Kay Sushak and Dell Simpson are just a few who have been down. Dell even spent time in the hospital. The Dean Palmer's three-year-old is also in the hospital. Here's hoping every- one is up and about soon. Jack Shero attended the Annual Olympic Logging Congress in Vic- toria, last week as an official rep- resentative of the Department of Natural Resources. Others attend- ins the meeting from the Shelton area were Gib Rucker. Max Schmidt, and Sig Anderson. Luncheon guests at Mrs. Vir- ginia Dickinson's last Thursday were Doris Auseth, Alice Hovind, Naida Hovind of Arcadia Road, Pearl VanderWal, Andy Vander- Wal and Virginia Dickinson. THE AGATE GIIANGE will have their Gavel Meeting Friday evening beginning at ,8:30 p.m. The Shelton Valley Grange will present the Traveling Gavel to the Agate Grange. All 'Grange mem- bers are urged to attend. comed to attend these monthly meetings. Mrs, Leslie Younglove, with her daughter, Mary Lou went to Brem- erton Friday to attend the Moth- er-Daughter Tea and Reception which was held at the Olympic College. Legal Publications COUNTY ROAD PROJECT 1%10. 409 In the matter of C.R.P. No. 409 to be constructed on Mason County Road No. 103 known locally as the Lake Devereaux road. and more specifically located in Sec. 7 and 8. Twp. 22 N. R 1 W. W. M, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED EY THE BOARD OP COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS that it is their intention to improve said road by clearing, grading, draining, and ballasting. Estimated Quantities Involve: Clear- ing and grubbing--Lump Suni. Road- way excavation including haul--2.910 C.Y. Gravel Base Class B--988 C. Y. Plain cone. culvert pipe--12" diam. 59 L. F. and that said work "S to be per- f ROBERT125 NorthL' 5thSNYDER" formed by contract lilt accordance I Shelton Washington, with the Washington State Standard Attorney for Executrix. Specifications for Road and Bridge Legal Publications NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Nettle is hereby given that the WaM]ington State Higtlway Commis- sion. Department of Highways. P. O. Box 327. Olympia, Washington is call- ing for bids for construction of a Construction as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described County Road Project is necessary and pr(,lier, and the estimated costs of said project are herewith set out ill detail as fol- lows : Eagineering ................... $ 300.00 t Road Construction $8.600.00 TOTAL ............................ $3,900.00 Legal Publications NOTICI'] OF GROUNI) %VATER RIGIlT APPLI(!ATION NO. 6702 STATE OF WASHINGTON, OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF WATER RE- i SOURCES, Olympia TAKE NOTICE : tind)er sidewalk an the east side of That Lakewo(d Manor Association of the existing Dosewallips River Bridg'elBelfair ' Washington on May 2, 1963, h)cated on Primary State High'ray No. liled application i'm' 1)ermit to wiili- 9 ill Jefferson County aPt)roxiinateiy draw public ground waters tllroug]l 0,7 mile north of Brinnon. Washington, ]we 12) wells situated within NE!.i invidving aboni 5.8 IIBM of salts SEL, Lakewood Manor Plat "M", of. treated and 4,8 MBM o1, creosote Sec}ion 7. Township 22 N.. Range IW. treab, d timber and lumllm" and a W.M. in Mason County. ill lhe amount ]fillip st]ill bid fol S|l'UCtln'al carbon of 60 gallons per in]sure, existing stetd (lil)otil 1.900 potui(Is), rights continuously, each yeal for tile Sealed bids ,.viii he received at tile l)Url)ose of coninlunity domestic sup- office ,)I" the District Engineer at ply. Tuuiwater. %Vashington until 10:00 Any objections must be aceoml)an- a.ni.. Thursday, May 23, 1963. and ted by a two dollar (,$2.00) recording will then and there be I/ublicly opened fee and filed with the State Super- and read. visor of Vtater Resources within (30) Prequalifieation o1 bidders will be days from May 16. 1963. required. Plsns and specifications lnay be ob- tained, without charge, h'om the Dis- trict Engineer, P, O. Box 327, Olym- pia. Washington. Infoiunational copies of ttle l)lallS and specifications are Oil lih. at the office oi the District En- gineer. Tumwater. Washina'lon. and at tile olTice of the Resident En- gineer h)caied at tile Dopartlnent of Highways Building at Gm'sh Wash- inglon. ERNEST A. COWELL. Chairnian. R. V. KERSLAKE, District Engineer. 5/9-16 2i NO. 3-13[,} NOTICE ()F I'RIVATE SALE elf Witness sly hand and official seal this 3rd day of May, 1963, M, G. WALKER Slate Supervisor of Water Resources 5/(J-16 2t I00 Late To Glassily CARD OF APPRECIATION The kindness and synlpathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with ns as a precious nlenlory, Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all tlmse c(Hnforting acts. Mrs. E. J. Swanson Mrs. Rose Jonnings 5/9 IlEAl, ESTATF IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CHOICE LOCATION -- Well located STATE OF WASliINGTON FOR to botb Shelton and Olympia. Choice MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH D. HILL. Deceased, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lhe said Executrix will on or at'ter May 21, 1963. oiler for sale the follow- ink describe(I real IU'operty situated ill Mason County, Washington. Parcel 1: The South 60 feet of the North 780 feet of the West quarter of the East half of the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 29, Townsh p 20 North. Range 3 West. W.M: EXCEPTING therefrom the East 30 feet for county road known as Hohnan Road. Parcel 2: The West 75 feet of that part of lhe West quarter of tile East halI of the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 29. Township 20 North, Range 3 West W.M., lying South of the North 780 feet thereof and North of county road known as Arcadia BrUmbaugll Loop Road. Parcel 3: That part of Lot 6 in Block 4 of Forrest Park. as re- corded in Volume 3 of Plats, page 1: lying Southeasterly of tract con- veyed to Kenneth H. Wolden and wife by deed dated July 15. 1960, and recorded under Pile No. 185224. All bids must be in writing and de- livered to the Executrix. her Attorney. Robert L. Snyder, or the Clerk of said Court. before 12 o'clock noon. May 20. t963. Said property will be offered for sale for cash. or cash and/or credit and the sale shall be subject to the confirmation and approval of said court. The Executrix reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this 19th day of April. 1963. CONNIE LAMBERT Executrix. Route 3, Box 261. Shelton. Washington. 4/25-5/2-9 3t CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Public Util- ity District No. 3 of Mason County, Washington, does hereby invite sealed proposals for supplying almninmn con- duelers of various sizes and consu.uc- tion to be delivered to the District's warehouse in Shelion, Washington, in such quantities and al such times as acreage with good couutry home. Large creek provides excellent wa- ter supply. Double garage with con- crete floor and lary.'e overllead stor- age area. Reduced to $9,500 with eoutract terms, Mann Real Esiate. phone 426-6592, SPECIAL- VALUE--C0}'i};r lot60xl00 at corner of 9th and :May St. Angleside addition with a number of merchant- able trees and several ),ears oI Iire- place wood. Log and clear and it will make. a good building lot. All excellent buy at $875.00 with terms to suit. Angle Agency, Phone 426- 8272. 5/9 ilASH and carry and mail orders ac- cepted -- Builders Special--baseboard healers, 500 watt $8.6o, 7o0 watt $10.44. 1,000 watt $14.40, 1.250 watt $15.48, 1.500 watt $16.56. 1.750 walt $21.60, 2.000 watt $23.04, wall thermo- stat $5.00. 10-year warranty with thermo cut-out. State approved. Kitcheh hood witll fan $15.95. We have the most complete stock of lighting fixtures in town at lower prices. Crescent Electric Supply, 920 Center St., Tacoma. Wash. FUlton 3-1571 5/9  I LLC RES T---)PXRTM-ENTS3Par t2 ly furnished apartments. 2 2-room and bath, I 4-room. 2 bedrooms and hath. A good investment for party with time to handle. Let us show it to you! Angle Agency, 426-8272. 5/9 shopping. Furnished or unfurnished. References required. Call Mann Real Estate. 426-6592, 5/9 MASON LAKE PARADISE ESTATES, located on this great big beautiful 5 mile long" recreational lake, nested in the heart of Olympic Peninsula with its blue waters; its shallow sandy warm water beaches: where chin dren play from morn til night; its for YOU and people who dislike the year round cold. salt water beaches. Our second division just now plat- ted offers a limited number of lev- The County Road Project herein de- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dickgieser'scribe d is HEREBY DECLARED to were recent visitors in the horne of be s public necessity, and the County his parents on Leed's Loop Road. Mr. and Mrs. Pete VanderWal are spending a week with their daughter. Mrs. Joe Edmiston and family of Newport, Ore. Corky and Virginia Dickinson were m Chehalis Friday evenhg when Corky bowled in the Tour- nament for Prepp's Drug. Their teas/won one trophy. Lore.n Roberts is in the Shelton General Hospital, where he is re- ported to be very much improved. The Pioneer School Board meets Tuesday evening in the school be- ginning at 8 p.m. Everyone is wel- WE'VE MOVED BUT WE STILL HAVE in our new location IN THE OLD SAFEWAY BLDG. at 111 North 1st St. CDMPLTE J-JNE OF FERTILIZERS ALBER'S FEEDS ' " N SHELTO FEED & GARDEN CENTER 111 N. 1st Ph. 426-4532 Road Engineer s HEREBY ORDERED AND AUT}IORIZED to report and Proceed thereon as by law provided, ADOPTED this 6th day of May, 1963, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON. MARTIN AUSETH, Chairman HARRY ELMLUND Attest : JUNE RODGERS. i Acting Clerk oI the Board. 5/9 It COUNTY ROAD PROJECT NO, 412 In the matter of C. R. P. No. 412 to be constructed on Mason County Road No. 24. known locally as the Purdy Cutoff road, and more specific- ally located in Sections 22, 12, 13, 14, Twp. 21 N, R 4 W. W. M. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OP COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS that it is their intention to reshape, grade, drain, ballast, and sur- face Purdy Cutoff Road. Principal quantities involved: 148 Sta. (d $36 for grading $ 5,300.00 14.00 C. Y. Gravel @ $.60 8.880.00 Surfacing . $2,000/mile 5,600.00 $19,780.00 Engineering & Cont. 1,200,00 $20.980.00 and that said work is to be per- formed by (contract) in accordance with the wasmngton State Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described County Road Prelect is necessary and proper, and the estimated costs of said project are herewiti set out in detail as fol- lows : Englneering $ 1.200.00 Road Construction $19,780,00 TOTAL $20,980.00 The County Road Project herein de- scribed is HEREBy DECLARED to be a public necessitr ,and the County Road Engineer is HEREBy ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to report and proceed thereon as by law provided. ADOPTED this 6th day of May, 1963. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON. MARTIN AUSETH, Chairman HARRY ELMLUND Attest : 3UNE RODGERs. Acting Clerk of the Board. 5/9 It slay ]neet lhe District's requirements during the 12 month period following the bid opening date, all in acem'dance with Specifications No. 102 obtainable from the District upon request. Proposals for furnishing this con- ductor must be sealed and filed at the District's office in Shelton, Washington on May 20th, ]963. at 1:00 p.m PAcific Daylight Time. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bid bond. in an amount not less than 5% of the amount bid for the minimmn quantity as described in lhe specifica- tions, with a corporate surety licensed to do business in this State. and no bid will be considered unless accompanied by such bid bond. At the time and place, named, such bids will be opened and read and the Commissioners will Proceed to canvass the bids and may let the conn'ael to the lowest respon- sible bidder open the specifications. The Commissioners reserve the un- qualified right in their sole and abso- lute discretion to reject any and all bids, and to accept the bid which in their sole and absolute judgnent, will, under all circumstances best serve the interevts of the District. The successful bidder, if any, will be required to sign an agreement with the District to furnish said conductors at the prices and in the quantities and under the terms that are specified in his proposal, and to furnish a per- formance bond covering said terms and prices for the entire period of the agreement. PU]LIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 3 OF MASON COUNTY. Commlssioner---J. A. COLE. President Commissioner--E. W. TAYLOR, Secretary 4/18-25-5/2-9-16 5t NOTICE of CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION Applications for position of patrol- man with the Police Department of the City of Shelton will be received until 5:00 p,m, Priday, May ]7, 1963, Exami- nation will be given at the City Hall at 8:00 p.m. Monday, May 20 1963 Position requires high school edu- cation or equivalent. Applications avail- able at Shelton Police Department. TORGER J. LEE Sec. and Chief Examiner Ch'il Service Commission Shclton. Washington 4/25-5/2-9 3t D/Ink of Milk every day el terrifically desirable beach tracts priced for quick sale at: * 60 ft. Tracts only $6550. * 50 ft Tracts only $5250. others more ..... others less Come see (',r View property also at only' about 40% of the cost ot beach tract -. Privileges inelnde private boat moorage lagoon: shal- low beach on lake; electricity, phone and roads all in - for as low as $1,!.50 per month. HOLIDAY "A" frame home only $3075. heat included. Erected on your choice of any View Lot in PARADISE. See it on Lot No. 49- lot is extra. Terms only 15 down balance easy. Two weeks de- livery guaranteed and you move In. PARADISE comprises the last ot the desirable property on the lake and. as with our first division platted last year. it cannot last long. Tract terms 10c/: down, balance easy. Located 12 miles north or Shelton on Hwy. 14A. PARADISE SHORE ESTATES 100 NW 36th St., Seattle 7. Salesmen on proper- ty Sat. and Sun. 5/9 PE0000EY'S FAHOUS: A LWAY F'! RmT ITY Penney's annual merry-go-round of the country's latest, greatest fashion buys! Take the scenic-route thru' our biggest dress variety ever! Don't miss a minute! Hundreds to choose from. J SEAMLESS DRESS-SHEERS The "name" in nylons she knows and loves best! Sturdy 400- and 474- needle double-loop knit with a sheer so sheer look--a Gaymode exclusive at this low price! Exciting costume cued colors and proportioned sizes too--from 8 to 11! ........ 3 PAIRS 2 85 LAST 3 DAYS PENNEY'S famous ADONNA slips -- Reg. $2.98 - NOW $2.33 REDUCED -- Reg. $3.98 NOW $2.99 Hurry To CiR Saturday Sunday --- BISON, WILD in tte HAS NI Horses, Sheep, gee, StU QUALITY USED '62 CHEVROLET Greenbrier '60 FORD FALCON -door Seda '60 RAMBLER AMERICAN '59 HILLMAN Convertible '59 CHEVROLET Belair "6" '59 CHEVROLET Parkwood '58 RAMBLER AMERICAN 2.door HI VALUE USED '60 WILLYS 4-wheel Drive PickOP '57 G.M.C. -Ton Pickup '51 I.H. 1-Ton Flatbed with '51 I.H. 1-Ton Cab and Chassis '39 I.H. 1-Ton Flatbed with dU#P '57 I.H. 6-wheel Cab and Chassis KIHBEL HOTORS, CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH INTERNATIONAL 707 SOUTH FIRST ST.