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: Real Estate N SPECIAL! home for queen. This ex- ity built enjoy le 3 large bed- kitchen-utility ng room with laths --'and large you will find Yard, basket- carport. All in a choice Wouldn't you for a down Wil consider a fact he money as a fixer-up- at $2950 it has large liv- is located home can bE Surrounded has 2 bed- t- a good root Contract :he excellent ence of this this a to call your cry bedrooms ing kitchen. We kn ow you to every- .large bed- room, POroh, ga- and r a COuple at URRY :h a large t much s Just 2Va miles dll fenced and It needs a ttle eXCellent buy at terms are avail- T SPECIALS  Wty everyone avail- frontage zel. Per- =s almost I/2 ;l.Uded and is ms an eXCel- With $1,000 an appoint- D With coun- }Petty, with roperty. It all set for included. 246 FEET CHOICE BEACH I With newly modernized home I and only $13,000. I don't know ot I a better waterfront buy in this area. There are two acres with good well and water rights on ad- jommg stream. The home has s lovely kitchen with panelled walls. formica counter tops and dinette. The living room is extra large with wall to wall carpet. There is a sun porch around the front and one side for those cool sum- mer evenings. Would suggest you see this now. ....... A. ROY DUNN ............. HOW ABOUT THIS Swimming pool is 15 x 33 ft. Two acres, two bedrooms, living room has massive stone fireplace. Dishwasher. freezer, washer, dry- er. vanity bath with shower and tub. King sized yard, stream. workshop, storage room, patio, woodshed, cement foundation. $11,- 000, WOW! - -A ROY DUNN ......... ATTENTION TRAILER PEOPLE If you want your own private park with excellent view. ann very comfortable home. This is a must to see The grounds tea- tare complete hook up for 4 trail- ors. excellent domestic water sys- tem plus complete irrigation set up. There is a year round stream. Small pond, and it's expertly land- scaped. The home has fireplace,. thermopane windows, fine com- pact kitchen, utility, workshop, car port, and the builder has giv- en close attention to every detail of convenience and attractiveness. Priced at only $11,500. Better call today. A. ROY DUNN VALUE PLUS You won't often find a better opportunity. This one has 2 bed- rooms, large living room with fireplace, cozy kitchen has din- ing area utility with room for freezer and storage. Nice sized garage with extra guest room. Well lanscaped yard, outdoor fire- place, Ratio and ]]eat as a pin. Don't see how you could miss at $7,500. You can even name your own terms. A, ROY DUNN WATERFRONT 165 ft. Pickering Passage. Love- ly rustic home and grounds like a park. $19,500. Several 100 ft. lots on Spencer Lake. Good location $55 a ft. 200 ft. Hammersley Inlet. Beam ceilings, two fireplaces, full base- meat. Everything deluxe - $35,000 60 ft. Totten Shores Day- light basement in and fully fur- nished. Very nice $9,000. 65 ft. Hammersley Inlet. 4 acres, stream, 2 Br. cottage $11,000. 100 ft. Spencer Lake -- Love- ly Cedar home, 2 fireplaces. Day- light basement $13.500. 75 ft. Mason Lake. 5 bedroom family home. Dock fully furn- ished extra cabin $11,500. -- A, ROY DUNN EXCLUSIVE ISLAND Le .gal Publications NO. 3456 NOTICE '10 ('BI'H)ITOB, IN THE SUPERIOR (?OURT O'g' TI-IE STATE OF VVASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. hl the Mailer ,,i" the Estate of VIV- IAN THOMAS MORGAN Deceased. Estll(,r Morgan is Ihe aplminted and qualified Eeculrix of said estate. All persons }laving claims a'ainsl said de- ('eased ztl'e Ileq/lil'ed t I ) Ol'Ve the sortie in duplicate, duly verified, on said Executrix or tier attorney, Robert L. Snyder. at llle adflress helow stat6a. and file /he same with tile Clerk of said Court. together willl l)roof of such service, wilhin six nlonths after tile date (ff firsl publication of this notice. ,r tile snnle will lie barred. Date (d first pui,lieaii,)n : a3" 16. 196.']. ESTHER MORGAN. Executrix, 1520 Division. Sholton. %Vlshinffl on ROBERT L. SNYDER. Ailornl,y al Law 125U, N. 5ih Shelion. rashinton. /16-23-,q0 31 NO. 3251 NOTICI, OIL" ilEARING FINAL I{E])OBT AND i'E'FITION FOIl i)IN'I' BIBITTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MA SON COUNTY. (IN PI{OBATE) In the Matter ,)f the Eshlte of WIL- LIAM ROGAL. Deceased NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN that TENNA STOCKWELL. Executrix of the Esiate of Villiam Regal, deceased. has filed in the office of the Clerk Of said C(amrt a fhlal report and pe- tition ['or distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribule the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge the petitioner as Executrix: and that said rel)ort and petition wilt ha beard on the 14th day of June. 1963. at 10:00 o'clnck in the lorenoon of said day, or aS soon there- after as the matter ('all be heard at tile court roon] of the above entitled court, in the Courthouse in Shelton Mas(m County, %Vashington. at which time and place ally lperson intem'ested ill said Estate may appear and file ob- jeelions thereto alld contest tile same, Dated this 10th day of May, 1963. LAURA M, WAGENER. Clerk of said Court. By Teckla Vermillion, Depnty. GLENN E. CORREA, Attorney for Estate. Bell Building, 121 South Fourth Street. Shelton. Washington. 5/16-23-30-6/6 4t EXGEPTIONAL VALUES DWNER TRANSFERRED MUST SELL QUICK This chic and appealing home is ready to move into immediate- ly. It has had excellent care. Three bedrooms. Carpeted living room with fireplace. Modern, easy care kitchen with dining area. 'Easy to heat. Big garage with lots of storage room. Outdoor pa- tio and fenced yard. Nice neigh- borhood. A steal for $13,750. TRAILER-BOUND FAMILY This convenient home has two bedrooms, living room, roomy kit- chen. utility room, electric heat. Completely furnished for only $6500. Better hurry on this one. HOOD CANAL LIVING Three family size bedrooms massive living room with corner fireplace. Balcony bedrooms ov- ertook living room. Compact kit- chen, big picture windows with excellent view. 55 feet of water- front. Large deck overlooking wa- ter. Owner will hold contract. Small down payment and small monthly paymcnts. All this for $10.500. COUNTRY LIVING AT THE VERY BEST Located only five miles out. This lovely 2 hedroom home has a den too. All recently remodeled. Two-car garage and lots of space to roam as it has 1 acre. All this for $12,500. ESTATE Why not drive out and see this LARGE AND GENEROUS lot? Our sign is posted and it's DESCRIBES THIS FAMILY just across from the lovely eom- HOME ith 25' of munity beach. You will have ac- This is a fine home for the large :ach ancl cess to the beach with your put- family. Entertaining size living $6250 chase. The lot is 60 x 140 ft. and room with fireplace. Separate di- rosy terms, it would make an ideal home-site ning room. both carpeted. Kit- make at- or spot for a summer cabin. Priced chen has eating area. Two large at $2,8'00. Terms of course, bedrooms down with complete tiled bath. Two extra large bed- A ROY DUNN rooms up with complete tiled . bath. Full basement with plenty E R E A L T 0 R of room for a recreation room. Se- Eyes Calh eluded and surrounded by trees. :ar, /oss ................ 426-8074 Top neighborhood. $16.250. A. Roy Dunn 426-4601 "NEED A FARM??" )iCi t06  "HER E IT IS"I PHONE,UTUO This white farm home has 3 126 Raiir0ad bedrooms, a possible fourth. Large living room has cheerful fireplace. .......................... - ......... Roomy kitchen full of sunshine. Nice barn and 10 full acres for only $9500, Properties THE BUY OF THE WEEK Why pay rent. Low down pay- , ment and small monthly pay- M] ments will get you into this home. ": '' Two bedrooms and a possible 3rd. rogt Reillt I Just recently remodeled and very little left to do. Living room is brand new with lovely fireplace Cait '27 and all paneled. Kitchen has lotS of built-ins. This home is also CHOICE partially furnished for $6500. fully the carefree-fun liv'ing in this really choice swimming beach, view- BIG SAVINGS ON BUILDING activities, 3 nice bedrooms, lovely LOTS AND ACREAGE kitchen, spacious dining room. FHA lb acres with small house ent only. Full pride is value-packed at $3,000; 7 lots ideal for trailer court and cabins, $7500; 1 lot on Hillcrest. 60 x 100, $650. Excellent building lots located on Angleside. living! An excellent, easy to care for, any features for your enjoyment and 18 CARAT VALUE PLANNED yard and patio plus large 2-car FOR IMPORTANT PEOPLE just $8850 with FHA terms. Located in a fine residential ar- ea with an enchanting view of the whole city, btay and mountains. nice 10 acre tract just 6 miles out This home has 2 bedrooms and a Small meandering stream, road frontage, possible third. Easy care kitchen. ree, if you huy this week. Small down Fun filled recreation room with will handle, fireplace. Award winning yard. Double garage with lots of stor- age space. Must be seen to be offers three large bedrooms; separate appreciated. Shown only by ap- living room. The convenient kitchen pointment. hardwood cabinets and built-in range. In excellent condition and moderately TILLICUM BEACH TRACTS one today AND CABINS FOR SALE Only a few left so better check on this now! of garden ground with excellent well that can easily grow to fit your ANGLE AGENGY is just $3750 on terms you'll like! ..... Real Estate  Insurance gs Call --  HERB -- Phone 426-8272 -- DICK .................... 426-4000  SUE DAN IELS ........................ 426-8162 DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 i Legal Publications STATE OF %VASIIINGTON 1) EI'AR'rMENT OF NATURAL III,'S() IIICES Bert I,. Cole, Commissioner of l'ul)lie l,ands N()TICF, OP ,ALI,] OF VALUABI,E MATERIAL ON STATE LANI) Notice is hereby given that on Tues- (lay, the 28th day of May, 1963, com- lnenclng at ten o'clock in tile h)renoon of said day, at the Port Orchard Dis- trict Headquarters. located at Port Or- chard County of Kitsap, State of Washin'ton, by tile District Admin- istrator ol said District. the timber on lhe following described state land will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, to-wit: Application No. 28727 Dry Creek located allproximalely 18 miles west of Belfair. The sale is ('onlposed of all trees marked with blue paint on 2 units in SE I, SWIj. of Seclion :17 and i unit in N1, NWa, i NWti of Section 20, all in Township 22 North Range 3 West. W.M., con- taining 20 acres, more or less. conl- plusmg approxinlately 125.000 bd ft. he l'elnoved t)rior to D (" nlber 31, 1963. On or before May 28. 1963, at 10:00 a.ln., each bidder lllust nlflke a lnini  nunn deposit of $363.25 phls a $5.00 bill of sale fee, O 11 a total of $368,25 ill the lorln of casb, lnoney order or certified chock. Said deposit shall con- stitute an opening bid at the appraised price. Upon award of this sale. the re- spective deposils shMl be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The pur- chaser must pay tbe balance hetween the bid deposit and the hlll bid price on tile day of sale. or may, if the purchaser so elects at tbe lime of sale pay all additional anlount, to bring the total amoun of the deposit, exclusive of fees. to equal 25*/, of the full bid price based on the cruise estimate provided that such depomt shall not h less than $2.000.00. This halance nay be paid by personal eherk. Pur- chaser must also furnish, wilhin 30 days of date of sale. a surety bond of $I.000.00 to guarantee compliance witll all terms of the hill of sale. All checks. ]honey orders, etc. are lo 1)e made payable to the Conlraissioner of Public Lands. of Doualas fir: 16.000 bd. ft. of hem- Accessihilily: Purchaser nlust enter leek; and 4.000 bd. ft. of cedar, or a into road use agreement with Earl h)tal of 1,t5,000 bd ft. Mininmm acceptable bid: $3.632.50. Tilnber will be sold on a casb or installment plan basis. Timber must LaB/S$ON/ERE Star Ya/ues , * 3 BEDROOM BEAUTY Like new, briefly occupied. Owners long gone. Exception- ally attractive living and din- ing rooms. Ultra-smart kitch- en, loaded with extras. Star value at $10.700. FHA $600 down. Immediate possession can be arranged. * 4 LOVELY BEDROOMS "ONCE-IN-A-BLUE-MOON BUY" Commanding, split-level, 8- room home. Well located. Built 1960. Spacious living and din- ing rooms, l t baths, massive fireplace, 2-car attached gar- age. _ distress situation places this $20,000 home on the mar- ket for immediate sale at $17,- 500. Buyer can pick up exist- ing mortgage with $2,500 or refinance. Call us at once for appointment. * BUY LIKE RENT on rental-purchase plan. Sound 5 room home. Well located, qui- et area, $4.500. $50 monthly to apply on down payment. FARM HOMES Call us first on farms. We have them up to 160 acres. 35 ACRE FARM All year creek, spring water. Secluded. 6 room farm house. built 1953. Barn. orchard, 5 clear acres, part fenced. Ex- tras. Four miles East Shelton- Olympia freeway. $7.500 with $1.000 down. See this one to- day. * 40 ACRES IN GRASS Plus 3 in woods. Small creek. Two bedroom farm home. Barn, extras. 20 miles on black- top. $8.500 on bank terms. WATERFRONT HOME ,k 200' SALT WATERFRONT Excellent beach, tidelands boathouse Three acres in grass. Three bed room split level home. B u i I t 1956. Fireplace, family room. Mag n ificent views. Nine miles Southeast ot Shelton. $18,500 full price. Con- sider part trade for modest 2 bedroom home in downtown Shelton, Montesano or on bus- line. We have listed several choice Waterfront Homes and build- ing sites. CALL 426-4666 LaBismWere A G E N C Y REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th  Shelton, Wash. EVENINGS : JOHN DEVEREUX 426-8544 i Nelson. Tahuya, Wash.. copies of which are on file ill the District and Olyln- pia offices. Complete contract and specifications may he examined at Port Orchard Dis- triet Headquarters. County Auditor's office, and office of Commissioner of Public Lands. Olympia. To be sold at Port Orchard District Headquarters, on Tuesday, lay 28, 1963. at 10 o'clock a.m. Any sale which has been offered. and for which no bids are received shall not be reoffered until it has been readvertised. If all sales annot be of- fered within tlie specified time on the advertised date. tile sale shall continue onthe following day between the hours of ten o'clock a.lu. and four o'clock p.m. Said thnber on said land will be sold fro" not less than the appraised value. as apt)raised by the Commissioner of Public Lands in the manner provided by law. a notice of which is now on file in the office of tbe Auditor of Mason county, and District Adminis- trator of said district. Terms of sale are: cash or install- nlent plan basis. (Seal) BERT L. COLE. Commissioner of Public Lands 5/2-9-16-23 4t NO. 3403 NOTICE OF ]IEARING FINAL BEPORT AND PI':TITION FOR D(STRIBIiTION IN THE SUPERIOR couiT OF THE STATE OF WASttINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. Ill the Matter of the Estate of JOHN THEODORE CARLSON Deceased. Helen Frances Carlson. Adnlinistra- |rix of said Estate has filed with said Court her final rel)ort and petition for distribution, asking tile Court to settle said report, distribute the 1)rop- erty to the persons there.to entitled and to discharge said Administratrix. Said report and petition will be beard on the 14th day of June. 1963. at ]0 A.M. in th} Courtroom of said Court. in the County Courthouse at Shelton. %Vash- ington Dated tllis 10th day of May. 1963. LAURA M. WAGENER. Clerk of the Superior Court. ROBERT L. SNYDER. Attorney .,th Law 125 N. Shelton. Washington. 5/16-23-30 3t NO. 8407 SUMMON BY PUBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTO!%" FOR MASON COUNTY ROLAND L. YCALTER and EDITH I. WALTER. his wife: and GWYNDO- LYN WALTER. Plaintiffs vs, NELS NELSON: JANE DOE NELSON. wife of Nels Nelson: unknown heirs at law or sueeessnrs in interest of Nels Nel- son and Jane Doe Nelson; and all other persmlS or parties unlined, in claiming any right, title, eslate, lieu nr interest in tlle real estate described in the cmnplaint herein: Defendants. THE STATE OF WASIINGTON TO TtrE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: NELS NELSON: JANE DOE NEL- SON, wife of Nels Nelson: unknown heirs at law or successors ill interest of Nels Nelson and Jane Doe Nelson: and all other persons or parties un- known claiming any right, title, estate. lien or interest in the real estate des- cribed in the complaint herein. You. and each of you. are hereby summoned to .ppear within sixty (60) days after tle d'ate of the first Dub- lication of this summons, to-wit. within sixty (60) days after tbe 25th day of April, 1963. and defend the above-enlitIed action ill the Superior Court aforesaid and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorney for the plaintiffs, at his office below stated: and, in case of your failure so to do. judgment will b'h rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint in this action which has been filed with the clerk of said com't. Tlle object of lhis action is to quiet title in plaintiffs to real estate in Mason County, Washington, described Lots 6 through 10. Block 11, Plat of Union City. against the claim of the defendants and any one of them. GLENN E, CORREA Attorney for Plaintiffs. :Bell Building Shelton. Wash. 5/9-16-23-30 6/6-13 6t May 1 marks the 22nd Anniver- sary of the U. S. Savings Bond Program. Since 1941; Americans have put more than $132 billion into Series E and H Bonds. Today they own a record $45 billion in these bonds. .00Welter George-- Ofiiee H00naget, broker OFFICE PHONE 426-6642 -- HOME PHONE 426-3530 Roy Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Accounting & Bookkeeping FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 3 bedrooms, garage, Lot 60' x 120' $5500. FOUR ROOMS, full basement, furnace, fireplace,'corner lot, just like new $13,500. LOG HOUSE Two bedrooms, five acres, good well and water. Orchard, small barn, 1/trge 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. ROOM HOUSE ten acres. 1 acres cleared. Other outbuild- ings -- $9,500. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, garage, part basement. Priced at $4,000. Down payment $350. FOUR ROOM HOUSE, garage, woodshed, two lots $4,000. Down payment of $1000 and $50 per month. THREE BEDROOMS, dining room, fireplace, garage and car- port. Price $18,500. 21 ACRES, SOME CLEARED. Old house, drilled well. $2,800. 7 TO 8 YEAR OLD, 4-bedroom house. One acre of land, spring water, double gai-age, workshop -- $9,500. TWO BEDROOM HOME, corner lot, hot water heat, fireplace, garage attached, on Angleside -- $10,500. gARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL NEWS Combination Birthday Party Honors Those With Summer Birthdays In Second, Third, gon train and rescue by the IT.S. Cavah'y was one of the big sidc- spliLtcrs. Only in kbis case the "Indians" were mounted on uni- cycles and banged away with en- ti]usiasm at the covered wagons until arrival of the cavah'y, like- wise mounted on unicvcles, who did a lot of banging of" their own until the savages scurricd for more friendly surroundings. This act had a surprise ending wl)en Fourth Grades Nurse DeIores Skinner s con- tinuing her program of iaome vi- sitatiola and plans to complete this phase of her work today. Last week she was accompanied by Miss KaLhy Zakrsewski, a gradu- ate of Sea High School in Astoria. Ore., who is taking a course in practical nursing at St. Peter's School of Nursing iu Olympia. All such students are required to spend two weeks in the field of public health nnder the supmwision of a registered public health mwse. Mrs. Skinner stated that there is a constant demand for qualificd practical nurses and that gradu- ates may be employed in non- technical hospital work in nurs- ing homes and as a private nurses where the services of a register- ed nurse re not essential, A train- ing period of only one year is re- quired and most students may earn the major portion of their expenses by doing hospital work after a preliminary training period of three or four months. To insure that nobody missed having a birthday ,party, a com- bination party was give{ on Wed- nesday, May 15, for all 2d, 3d and 4th grade youngsters hose natal days occurred during the summer. Refreshments of frosty dog's and cupcakes were sgrved and each child received a balloon. In addi- tion each of Lhe honored guests was given a special present of crackerjack Following the solemn ceremonies incident to mass spank- ings, all adjourned to the athletic field for a game of baseball Those who chose to be born during the sum,'ner were: Millie Howard. Alan \\;Varman. Jerry French, "Warren Cargile. Teresa Graham. Cliht Painter. Kathy VVorman. Marvin Henry, Becky ]3rehmeyer. Tim Triable, Ted Ayers and Annette Painter. Hostesses for the party were teachers Hilda Cliff and Oc- tavia Killough. By far the most elaborate pro- duction ever attempted here. the Mary f. Knight Circus and Bison Jack's Wild West Show. passed into history last week with the final of {h{'ee performances given o]1 Sunday night. As good in quali- ty as in proportion to size, it prov- ed to be one of the brightest and most pleasant chapters ever writ- ten into the annals of the school during this or any other year and one which will sm'vive long in wistful and nostalgic memory by those who actively partieipated as well as by those who were fortun- ate enongh to be spectators. With a total of 24 displays and a few extras thrown in for good measure, there was never a dull moment from the spectacular grand entry parade to the grand finale, making it a most diffienlt task to single out any particular act or performer for special men- tion Each display was perfectly timed and executed aud.only lack of space precludes an accolade to each and every performer, The Indian attack on the wa- Letters 1o the Editor May 13, 1963 Dear Editor: It is very hard to write a letter to you and explain all the things that Sholfld be said and yet not call on words nol printable. Yes- terday my wifc and I were away fronl heine doing some help for othcrs and when we returned home about an hour later we found someone had pulled up a cream colored scotch bloom we had plant- ed and nursed fo rhree years, This is the first year it had bloom- ed and we we]'() so proud of the way it made the hill side h)ok to our out-of-state visitors. W'e know the color of the car the stretcher bearers arrived to and that therr were fore" in the rescue one of the .wounded who eat', an adult male (I can't call was transfixed by an arrow and him / man. a woman ,if she had left him lying on the, field ,while been a lady she would not have they carried away his amicycle on let the male pull up the plantt and By Ted Kesting Just a few weeks ago it seem- ed that all gaps in the array of factory cartridges had been fill- ed; there apparently was no possible need for further wildcat- ting. The thought of it was a lit- tle saddening. Gunshop experimen- ters and basement researchers have been a tremendous mfIuence in creating a demand for ne r and interesting cartridges. Cartridges developments and constant change in gun design have provided a ileal- thy stimulant to all of the shooting sports. Aside from the immediate inter- est in the .44 Magnum, recent at- tention has been focused on the smaller-caliber high-velocity Mag- nums. This has been true in pistol, varmint and big-game cartridges. We've seen a rash of the flat- shooting, g o - g e t t e r Magnums. There have also been a few deve- lopments in the big and powerful elephant poleaxers. In the short- and medium-range heavies -- be- tween the .44 Magnum and the .458 Magnum -- it looked as if the st.ndard .35 Remington, .358 Win- chester and the faithful old .45 70 pretty well met the demand. TWO AVID GUN enthusiasts, of Phoenix. Arizona, have hit on an idea that could upset any pos- sible status quo in the cartridge business. They have come up with a more powerful cartridge which can be put into the popular Model 9 Winchester and 336 Marlin lever-action carbines. They have done it without having to make any alterations in t l3e frame or I breechblock. Alteration involves carrier, cartridge guides and chamber.. THIS WILDCAT .44 develop- ment was kicked into the open by E. Van Houten and then pro'sued by him and Fred D, "Lucky" Wade. Van got the idea of trying to shape a cartridge with more powder capacity. He was primarily interested in .44 caliber, which not only has a lot of glamour behind it, but, given enough impetus, the heavy bullet travels with a tre- men pooled their talents and went to work. Fortunately. they COlfld mendous clobber factor. These two go back and tap some previous experience that flowed neatly into this new project. If these cartridges work out as well during continued usage as they do on paper, says Pete Brown. a stretchey. ONE 6i" TH FINEST exam- ples of faculty cooperation in this o1" any other "school was shown in making the circus a smashing suc- cess. The production had some tongh sledding right from the start because of a prolbnged ser- ies of epidemics which resulted in two postponement s and for a while it appeared as though cancellation might be necessary. M.r. Hogben was also doing his best to carry on even though himself ill with flu. It was then that tle entire high school faculty stepped in and Volunteered their services as a ges- ture of loyalty to the school and as a tribute tO their respect and esteem for a fine gentleman and fellow teacher. Thomas Murphy and his shop classes construeteda multitude of special effects properties, Arflur Bennett donatcd his skill as a cab- inet maker in building the stand- ard circus center ring, Dave De- Foer supervised the rigging, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett and her domes- tie science girls aided by Nellie Chappell helped with the cost- umes. the English department han- dled publicity and public relations and the con]mereial students de- signed and typed the programs. Two public spirited ladies'of the conununity, Mrs. Alvin Owen and Mrs. Frank Hollatz, handled the wardrobe department and spent weeks at measuring, sewing, stit- ciling and whatever else women do in making garments. O]ers o whom special acknow- ledgment is due are Jerry Shaw, announcer, Clovis Creamer and David Valley, properties; David Creamer, sc/und suPervisor; Stet Palmer, produeing clown: Jaekie Landis, vocalist: Donna Owen and David Valley, programs: Kristine Graham and Bonnie Niehois, pos- ters. two children lwhat a terrible way to each childrenl. Now when the neighbors see then] plm]t a ne' r cream scott'J] bloom in their yard they will have o sm again and lie and lie. Also ttae ear and man is known so if he brings back and plants it where it rightfully belongs we will not go to the State for assm- tance as we planted (.1l(? scotcll bloom on the State ttighway pr()- perry. 12 any one sh0uld see a neighbor planting a scotch bloom of alight cream color and they do rot have a receipt or cannot prove where they bought it you many not have such good neighbors. Better keep your garage locked. Yours Truly , Dess Haines The basest of all things is to be afraid.---William Faulkner. MT. VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m. Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. Robert S, Wick, Pastor Foursquare Church 910 East Dearborn Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 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 tfn ........... ["  .... ..... i FISHERMEN'S CLUB P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cota SUNDAY, MAY 26 -- 9:30 a.m. -- Guest Speaker, Ron Jones "Modern Boating" 10:00 am. -- Topic. "Finding Spiritual Security" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ] Rev. E. C, Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, MAY 26 -- Broadcast over 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "Finding A New Life" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m. KMAS Arms Editor. Sports Afield Maga- zinc, as the ones he has fired so far, they offer tlmusands of om- ers of the little level-action car- bines a posIbility of stepping well up on the power scale. 1280 - 11:00 a,m, "THE CHALLENGE OF TOMORROW" Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bible StUdY and Prayer for the family i r'- Journal Want Ads Pay FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services 9:30 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class CARL J. CARLSEN, Pastor Affiliated with American Lutheran Church r-- -- . I THE MnHODIST North 4th and ROBERT R. RINGS. 9:30 a,m, Sunday Sclmol and Morning Worthtp. " 11;00 ' a,m. :Morning Worship 6:30 p,m. Youth Fellowship OF 302 Alder St., 8helton. Sunday School 11:00 a.m.  Church 11 a.m. Weaneay evening testimony meetings 8 p.m. tng room located in church. Reading room hours  to 4 p.n Men. & Frl= WedL evening 6:45 to 7:4. .... t rt -n , i SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Full Gospel In Message - Fundamental In Doctrine 130 East Pine Street " Mason Younglmd, pastor unday School  Classes for all ........................................ 9:45 A,M. M6rning Worship ..................................................... L.. 11:00 A,M, Christ's Ambassadors .......................................................... 6:00 P.M. Revival Service .............. : ....................................................... 7:00 P.M. Bible StudY and Prayer  WednoesdaY ............................ 7:00 P,M. OLIVE Cm:RCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Rev, Gerald Herman, Pastor Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a,m. Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a:m & 11:00 a.m, ST. DAVID'S CInJRCH Fourth & The Rev. 7:30 a.m.Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.Church ScIiool and Adult Bible Class. 11:00 a.m,Divine "Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer