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SITIL05i--MASON COUIF JOUT{NAG -- Publlshed In "0hristmastown, U.&amp;A." She|ton Washin PAGE 5 ,ALE GIVEN that of June, 1}163 at ill 1. B',,x I Will sell cle: to-wit: day at Dor- Highway I will sell e, set. /'NO, alto. P.M. of said }, ill Self oh" tile following Molar iln ity 5,30 It i i , 113 i T . i II Legal Publications STATE ]AND FOR LEASE Application NO. 56543 .%7 acres of State Land in Mson County to he leased foc brush pick- ing pnrl'u)sos. Least period fronl 3une 7. 1,963 to March 1 1965. Mininlunl an- nuat rental $100.00, Public auction to be heldffune 7, 1968 at 10:00 a.ln. at [ason County Courthouse. A copy (if the lease containing all requirolnents is posted at the Department of Natural Resources Office in Port Orchard: tile Mason County Auditor s Office: and 111o office of BERT L. COLE Cimnlissiouer of Puhlic Lands Box 110 Olyml)ia, Vashinghm 5/30 It Journal Want Ads 'Pal }NAL BETTER minutes from Road. Three forced air liv- one acre, so barn. Couldn't this for very best home. bedrooms with fire- ellent shape. house can cottage. Priced HERE IT IS" running livingroom Roomy and a condi- THIS! Emd small get you bedrooms Just re- very little is brand furnished RRED home mmediate- care. Three Living room easy-care area. Easy With lots tdoor patio neighbor- /NTOWN froth City room With Compact, count- to kit- down and e upstairs. garage. All :AMILy has two on this LaBISSONIERE * Star Values, * EASY WALK TO MARKETS Mr. View corner, 3 garden lots, all fenced, shade trees, Nice 2 bedroom home. garage. Electric range, refrig, etc. in- cluded. Ideal for retirement or young family. Immediate pos- session. Only $6,950, Tin-ms can be arranged. * 1960 SPLIT-LEVEL HOME View location. 4 spacious bed- rooms, 1 baths, modern open design kitchen, Massive fire- place, large living and dining rooms. 2 car attached garage. Owners gone; yo u can save $2,500; sacrifice sale at $17.500. Shown by advance appoin'tmen't only. WATERFRONT HOMES We have listed a number of excellent properties from $9,- 000. to $50,000. 110' HAMMERSLEY INLET Low bank, 2 acres, South Shore, close-in. Top quality, 3 bedroom home, 2 baths, 2 [oat- los, 3 car garage. Built 3 years, artesian water. A superb home, Shown by appointment. * 125' HOOD CANAL FineSt waterfront, concrete bulkhead. 4 bedrooms fire- place, spacious living and din- ing rooms. Ideal location, West of Twanoh Park. Priced away below market to close estate. FARMS, ACREAGE * 140 ACRE HORSE-STOCK RANCH Located on Olympia Freeway West. Only 15 minutes out ot Olympia. All fenced, cross fen- ced, 80 acres in hay. 60 acres small fir. All year creek. Older 4 bedroom farm house, good barn. Fine going ranch or will make excellent suburban sub- division, $8,500. can handle, * 35 ACRE FARM Creek, 3 springs. Good 6 room farm house. Out build- ings. 5 Acres largely cleared. part fenced. 7 miles S.E. of Shelton. A bargain at $7,500, $2,400. down, $50 monthly: 160 ACRE TREE FARM Small creek. Heavy reproduc- tions in fir and alder. Readily accessible. 7 miles S.E. of Shel- ton. Aider alone can bring more than $15,000. right now. Cash price $85. per acre. CALL 426-4666 AIIENOY LaBissoniere InSUrance A G E N C Y a'26"8272  DICK REAL ESTATE INSURANCE IELS 119 So, 4th -- Shelton, Wash. EVENINGS: DANIELS JOHN DEVEREUX 426-8544 Preferred Properties by Waterfront Realty Ave. Call 426-8277 MSLER! and in perfect condition. Fea- living room. dining room, and the with its btfilt-in range and natural-fin- electric heat; beautiful sandstone garage F.H.A, terms at $14,500. "XCELLE NCE[ lots, community water system, roads, wa- Price is just $1,000 with $175 down and FUN? SWimming and boating beach on beautiful h%w two bedroom cottage arranged for care. You can't do better than this one ":&l E VALUE room, 2 level home on Island Lake with swiming. Ideal family living this exceptional property well with- 2& bedroom home is planned for con- is a large 2-car garage, shady pa- many more features for your enjoyment. of $8,850. home! Plenty of storage and easy to own home. Has large at- Well located in the lVt. View area. $400 large tracts in excess of 100 in value. Excellent safe invest- tial. EVenings Call-- @ .................... 426-4000 ........................ 426-8162 Legal Publications "' "' ' " ...... ' ' ' Legal Publications Legal Publicati0" NO. 3251 NATIONAl, FORI,ST TI.%IBER ] ('ALl, FOB IIIIIS NOTICE OF IIEAR1NG I?INAL IIEI'OIIT AND I'I,:TITION FOR DISTRllgl'TION IN THE SUPEIIOR COURT OF THE STATE ()F WASIIINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (IN PIIOBATI': ) Ill the Mal/er of the Estate of WIL- LIAM REGAL. Deceased. NOTICE IS tlEREBY GIVEN that TENNA STOCKWELL. Executrix of the Estate of William Regal, deceased. has filed, in tlo office of the Clerk of said Court a final rel)ort and pe- tition for distribution, asking the FOR SALE SOL'Tll FORK SKOKOMISI! 1962 No. 3 Public nl)ti(:e is hereby given that pur- suant h) tile l)rovisions of Section 5 of Public Law 273. 78th Congress (53 Stat. 132-16. U.S.C.A. 583-583i). and tile Cooperative Agreement for the Mana- e'enlont el" tile Participating l'orest Properties in tile Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit entered into by and between the United States of Amer- ica and the Simpson Timbec Company, dated Decemher 12. 1946. all merchan- table timber nmrked or dcsignated for Legal Publications State of Washington NOTICE IS PtEREI3Y GIVEN that III':I'ARTMFNT O!," NA'ITllAI, al their i'egulal' meetina on Monday, RESIIITll( I,]N May 13 1963 the loar(] of ]Mason Ihrl !,. ('oh'. ('onHnissioner of County Conunissioners directed ltleir I'ublie i,ands Clerk h) call mr se:lled hids for in-. NOTI('E el" .AI,E OF VAL]rAI,I.E slallation of lighting" facilities in sev- MA'I'IIIRIA], tIN STATE LAND oral officc.s ill tile Coul'tllouse ill Notice is }lcreby 1 Veil tlmt on Shelton VJashington. Tuesday, the 25111 day of June. 1963, S1)oeific:tioas eOVOl'iug the subject cllnlulOllcing at ten ,/clock ill the fore- nlatter ill delai] will be available a! noon of said daY, at the Port Orchard. the office of the Counly Auditor and Dislrict Headquar[el's, located at Port are .ubiec[ to public exanlination dur- Ot*ehard County of Kitsap. State of ing office h0UFN and ('ot)ies will he lWashinglon, b32 lilt' District Adlninis- nlade available to interested bidders, t IraloF of said Disllitq file tinlher on Bids will t)e received by the Clerk tilt, following (lescril 'd state land will cutting on an area embracing 507 acres. Co'drt to settle said rellort, distribute nlore or less, within Sections 31, 32, 33. lhe pl'oporty to the persons thereto 36. T. 23N.. R. 5W., partially surveyed. entitled ana o discharge the petitioner Section 31. T. 23N.. R. 5W., unsurvey- as Execnirix; and that said repoct and ed, Sections 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 20, petition will he heard on the 141h day 29. T. 22N., R. 5W., partially surveyed, .)I' Jnne, 1963, at 10:00 o'elock in tile Section 28. T. 22N., R. '5W,. surveyed. lorenoon of said dav. or as soon there- after as the nmtte'r can he hoard at SoctioLs 25, 26. 36, T. 23N., R. 6., the court room of the above entitled nnsurveyod. Sections 12. 13, T, 22N,. court, in the Courthouse in Shelton, R. 6W., unsurveyed, and seetion 26, "1'. 22N.. R. 6W., pactiallv su'veyed.W. M:ason Connty, Washington, at which M.. Skokomish Block. ll:ason Count),, tinle and place all}" person interested in said Estat" may appear and 1' le oh- Shelton Cool/erative Sustained Yielcl Unit, Olynlpie National Forest, Wasll- jecI (IlS thereto and contest tile saint, ington, will be sold to the Sinlpson Dated this 10th day of May, 1963. LAURA M. WAGENER. Clerk of said Court. BY Teekla Ver,nillion. Deputy. GLENN E. CORREA. Attorney for Estate Bell Building, 121 South Fourth Sl.reet. Shelton. V,'ashin glen. Timber Coral)any. Seattle. Washington, on Juno 17. 1963. The estimated vohnnes nrt: 29.100 M board feet of Douglas-fir. 300 M board feet of western redeedar and 5.700 M board feet of western hemlock and other species. Tile nfini- munl acceptable bid per M board feet is as follows: Douglas-fir $17.70. wes- tern redcedar $10.45 and western hem- lock and other species $11.14. This in- of the Board. at tile Auditor's Office or the Colllnlissil)neY's I{ooln at the Courthonse ill Shcltoll Washinp4ton, uutil 11:00 a.m Mouday, June 3. 1963. alter which hour ill('5' will he ol)ened and read at their regul'lr ineot- I nl4". The C(Hlllnissione]'s resel've the l'iI'ht to reject any and/or all bids. or parts thereof, and hi vcaive alhV and all ill- fornlalities in the form of Lids sub- mitted. I-IY ORDER. OF TIIE BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of Mason County, Washin'ton, this l'lth (lay )f May. 1963. C. NOLAN MASON Cterk i)f the Board. 5/30 It NO. 3456. NOTICI.; O ('RI,;DITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ASHINGTON FOR 5/16-23-30-6/6 4t Real Estate IIII r Real Estate 5 LARGE FAMILY HOMES NO. 1  Extra spacious home on large, secluded lot. Entertain- ing size living room with fire- place. Also a family-sized dining room. There are four king-sized bedrooms and two full baths. A full basement too, for just $16,250 --Like tO see it? NO. 2  BIG, BIG, BIG]] Here is another home for the growing family on a limited bud- get. This one also has four bed- rooms, spacious living and dining areas. Plus a most pleasing kit- chen. Also a partial basement and good play yard for children. Only $10,000. NO. 3 -- REC. ROOM'! This well located four bedroom home has e large rec room for the active family. Bedrooms are extra large. Separate dining. Ex- tra built-in cabinets in the kit- chen, and utility room. Fenced garden area and cement patio. F.H.A. appraised at $11,000. NO. 4  LOW IN COST! Just $9,800 for this extra large four bedroom home with a full basement. Living room has a fire place, plu s a view of the Olym- pics. Extra roomy kitchen with lots of built-ins. Located on a corner lot close to school. Imecl- late possession. NO. 5 -- 30' LIVING ROOM: This excellent home has a huge living room with fireplace, lots of large windows and hardwood floors. The kitchen was remodel- and $0,40 for slash disposal for all spe- cies, The prices bid for stumpage shall be considered as tentative rates subject to quarterlycalendaradjustment upwmd or downward 1)y 0.5 of the difference between the average of the monthly Douglas-fir region Indices, as calculat- ed by the Forest Service for the three previous months, and tlle following base indiees: Douglas-fir 114.36 (El, westdrn redcedar None, western hem- lock and other species 91.(;8 (At. Such adjustments in the price for stumpage shall be applicable to timber scaled during the tbree-moths period follow- ing Ihe quarter for which the adjust- ment t conlputed. 'In no event, how- ever. shall tile payinent rates for each quarter be less that the base rates m eludes tile following rates, per M board MASON COUNTY. feet for stumpage (including deposit In the Matter of the Eslate of VIV- for sale areL betternlent). $3.00 base IAN THOMAS MORGAN. Deceased. rate plus an additional $14.30 for Doug- Esther Morgan is the appoinh, d and las-fir $10.05 for western red cedac, qualified Exoeuh'ix of said estate. All $2.00 base rate pins an addit onal $8.70 persons having clainls against said dt- Lor WeStCI'U ]lelnlock and other species ceased are required t() S]'X'( Lbe sanle ill daplicato, duly verified, on said Executrix or her altorney, Robert L. Snyder, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk el said Court, together wilh proof of sneh sol'vice, wilhin six nlonlhs after tile date of first I)ubtication of this notice. or the ssnle will be harred. Date of first pubtiealion: May 16. 1963. ESTHER MORGAN. Exe(mtrix, :[520 Division. Shelton. Wsshington. ROBERT L. NYDER, Attorn)" at Law 1251.:, N. 5]h Shelion Washington. 5/16-23-30 3t stated above. When ttm adjusted rates[ NO. 3399 by "species are lower than the base[ NOTICE ()F ltEARING FINAL RE- rates, the difference between the total l PORT AND PETITION FOR dollar value of tile timber cut at ad-I 1)IRTltlRUTION lusted rates and 'at baserates will be l IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE recorded for each specieS. The stUm-I STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR page rate for any species will not be MASON COUNTY increased above the base rate until ' In the Mattec of the Estate of the ubsequent adjusted rates above HARRY ALLEN SHAFFER. Deceased. base rates for all species develop an Vida V. Shaffer. I]xecutrix of said accumulated total dollar value in ex- Estate, has filed with said Court her eess of the total recorded accumulated final report and petition for distri- difference for all species. If requested button, asking the Court to settle said by the State of Washington of by Ma- report, distri}mte the property io the son CounLy or by any person deemed persons thereto entitled and to dis- to have a reasonable interest in the charge said Executrix. Said report and Lroposed sale. or in its terms, a public petition will be heard on the 28th day aring will be held in the office of the of June. 1963, at 10 A.M. ill the Court- Forest Supervisor, Post Office Build- rc)nl of said Court in the County ing, Olynlpia. Washington on the 7th C(mrtbouse at Shelton. Washington. day of June, 1963, at 2:00 p.m. PDT. Re- DATED THIS 27th day of May. :[962. quests fop public hearing WIll not be LAURA M. WAGENER considered unless received ih the of- Clerk of the S$iocrior Court flee of the Fobe^t Supervisor, Post eft- ROBERT L. SNYDER fice Building, Olympia, Washington. on 125, North 5th or before May 27, 1963. Dated May 13, Shelton. "Washington. 1963 Lloyd G. Githnor, Forest Super- 5/30 6/6r13-20 4t visor. Olympic National Forest. ii , t 5/16-23-30 6/6 4t ' Real Es ate CHILDREN IN SCHOOL The kids will love the large lawn, patio and barbecue. There is a nice playroom in the garage and it's located in a family neigh- borhood close to schools, and shop- ping center. You'll have 2 large bedrooms, fir e p I a ce, nice bath, kitchen and utility. This can be yours for $7,500 on terms you can afford. Call for an appointment today A. ROY DUNN OVERLOOKING A WONDERLAND Here is a fine summer home located on lovely Totten Shores. The owner has agreed to leave all ed just a short time ago with furnishings and its ready to move lots of redwood cabinets. There into. You'll have a 2 car carport, are three large bedrooms, lots ot workshop, good well, privacy and storage and a full basement. It lots of room to expand. Priced to is surrounded by a well landscap- sell at $9,500.00. MASON LAKE Breathes there a soul with emo- tions so atrophied who to himself hath not imagined - what things are like m PARADISE -- Show us a mortal who --- after viewing it with his own eyes -- is incapable of recognizing true PARADISE bliss - real hppy contented people - each benton carrying out his version of PAR- DISE on earth; such you will find at PARADISE SHORE ESTATES on this great big beautiful lake. We have taken a superb forest environment and m one year converted PARADISE SHORE ESTATES into a land where happiness abounds: which you ed yard for just $9,500, F.H.A. terms are available. LARGE CREEK!! Just a few miles from town to this dandy country home. It needs a few finishing touches but has lots of possibilities. There is a large double garage, plus about 15 acres. Easy contract terms can be yours for the ask|hg. FIXER-UPPER! Just mile from town on a one acre tract. Large addition start- ed for new livi,g-dining-kitchen. Plus existing house! Full base- ment. Just $3500 with easy co- tract terms. 2 DOZEN BEDROOMS!! Just out the Arcadia Road. Lo- cated on 4 acres. Large older heine needs a little attention, but it is perfect for a large family. The total price is just $7,000 ana a trade for your smaller, two bedroom home Will be considered. 60 ACRES Located about 22 miles west ot town. Approximately 30 acres ot cleared land. Balance " in small timber. Large creek winds through the acreage. Also a cozy two bedroom home, large barn and garage. Just $15,500. VIEW & GARDEN! If you want a compact, easy to care for home this is a must-see. Thi cozy two bedroom home =s located on a Y2 acre Angleside view lot. Choice garden spot with several fruit trees. A-1 condition inside and out. $6750 with easy terms. FREE CABINS]! nds impossible, but it's true. YOU buy 225 ft. of Waterfront at .laPket value and get the cabin free. Located on Hammersley In- let and priced at just $50 per ft. Contraet terms! CHOICE LAKEFRONT! 100 ft. of choice frontage on Lake Nahwatzel. Almost =/'2 mile in depth with lots of growing tim- ber. Ask anyone on the lake. They will tell you it's a good buy for $6,000  $1000 down. MANN REAL ESTATE CALL 426-6592 ANYTIME 121 Railroad Ave, HELTON EVENINGS CALL VINCE H I MLI E-426-6501 KU RT MANN---426-3228 A. ROY DUNN A CHARMING WORK SAVER High and dry basement with good furnace and laundry. 3 nice bedrooms, large living room with fireplace and panelled wall. Gour- met designed kitchen with lots of cupboards and breakfast area. It's all like new and as clean as a pin. This ls an especially attractive buy at $14,500. Call today. A. ROY DUNN $13,500 Will buy this 1st class water- front home. This one has every- thing for the summer place or year around home. There is 246 ft. of nice beach. Excellent 1 bed- room home, newly remodeled and very comfortable. Good well, lots of flowers, lawn and shrubs. 1 know of no better value in water- front in this area. Let's go take a look. A. ROY DUNN $400 DOWN - LOW MONTHLY Here is a recently redecorated 2 bedroom home in a good neigh- borhood. Near Church. schools and stores. This will make some yOung family a comfortable home for many years. There is a nice lawn and garage. The kitchen has lots of builtins and is very convenient. There is even a fiYe alarm system. Would suggest you see this. A. ROY DUNN -- PICKERING PASSAGE PARK A lovely rustic 1 bedroom home with built-in range, oven, an dishwasher. There is an excellent fireplace, ideal dock, 165 ft. fron- tage and the large tract is groom- ed like a park. The price has been reduced to $19,500 for quick sale. -- A. ROY DIYNN OUTSTANDING RETIREMENT HOME Space with complete hookup for 4 trailers, year around stream pond. tall cedars, fireplace in (he home. All thermopane glass, cozy compact kitchen, utility, bedroom and bath. You won t be able to believe the extras this one has for only $11,500. Better look soon. A. ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call: Mary Vo ................ A6-1104 A. Roy Dunn 426-4601 PH 426-6363 126 Railroad may enjoy with the absolute minimum of effort. Unexcelled waterfront lots with warm beaches as low as $4425.- also view lots-every one alook- ing at those snow clad moun- tains, with all boating and bathing privileges - from only $1450, and now HOLIDAY COTTAGES from $1995., in- cluding heat, plus the cost ot any lot you may select. Terms 10% and 15 down pay- ment, balance easy. Property is selling fast and is limited. Request literature. Located 12 miles north of Shelton on Hwy. 14A. PARADISE SHORE ES- TATES 100 NW 36th, Seattle 7. Salesmen on property weekends & Thursday thru Sunday over coming Holiday. Ill" old Ill lUllqic anti)on I(, the high.st bidder, lo-wil: Allplivalian No. 283(]2 Elfendahl Pns.No. 4 located approxi- ntatety 4 nliles west (,f 13elfair. Tilt sale is conll)osed o| all linlhcr ntarked with yellow paint, hounded by nmrked sale area bollndary and Eifendahl Pass road on part SEL of S,,etion 22 and pnrt El of Section 27. all in Town- ship 23 Norlh. Range 2 %V,'sl. W.M.. c,)ntainin Y, t2 aillt's, nn)l'e OI" less cmnprising al)pro.ilately :[84.000 bd. ft of Douglas fir. Minimum :WCelltahle bid: $2.300.00. Tialbcr wi.lt he sold on 1 cash uP in- stalhnonl plan hasis, Tilnbcr alust be l'elnowd llrior to Deeelnber 31. 1963 On or before June 25. :[963. at 10:00 a.ln. each bidder nlust luake a nlini- nunu deposit of $230.00 plus a $5.00 bill of snle fee. or a total of $235.00 in the fOl'lll of cash, nlouey order or eerli- fied ehcek. Said deport shMl consti- rule an opening bid al the aPlu'aiscd price. Upon award of this sale. the re- sDeelive deposits shall he returned 1:o the unsuccessful bidders. The purehas- or lllUSl I)ay the halance belwcen the hid deposit and the full hid priee on lhe day of sale, or n)ay, if the pur- chaser s,) elects at the time of sale. pay an additional an/olin! to hring lhe total anlount of the de.1)osit, ex- chlsive of foes. to' equal 25':{ of the full bid price 1)ased on the cruise estimate provided lhat such deposit shall not l)e less lhan $2,000.00. This halane may he paid by personal check. Tpon aWRl'd of ale, purchaser lnust :)lso I'urnish a cash bond of $500.00. in the fornl of cash nloncy order or eel'- tilted cheek, to a'uarantee tom)fiance with all lernls of the bill of sale. All cheeks, nloley orders, etc. are to be o)ado f)ayal,]e to the ConulliSsioner of Pul)lic Lauds. Accessibility: Via county road. Complete eontraet and specifications lnay b<' ex,'uninod at Port Orehard District Headeuarlors. County Audit- or's of lice. and office of Connnissioner ,,f Puhlic Lands. Olylupia. To he sold at Port Orchard District ]{eadq/larIPrs on Tiles(lay, June 25. 196a. at 10 o'elock a.m. Any sale which has been offered, and for which no bids are, reeeh'ed shall not be reoflered until it has been re- advertised. If all sales cannot be of- f, wed within the speeified tinge on the advertised date. the al'e shall eon- tinue on the following day between the hours of ten o'eloek" a.nl. and foul" o'clock p.m, Said tinlbcr on said land will he sold for not less than the appraised value, as appraised by the Comnlissioner of Public Lands in the nlanner provided by law. a notice of which is now On file ill the office of the Auditor of Mason county, and District Adlninis- trator of said district. Tcrlns of sale are: cash or install- inenl t)]an lmsis. BERT L COLE Conmlissioner of Puhllc Lands 5/30-6/6 13-20 4t STA'I'E LAND FOR LF, A,E Applicldion No. 56424 240 acres of State hmd ill Mason Collnty to he leased for brush pickina" purl)uses. Lease period fronl 5une 7. 1963 to Fehruary 1. 1972. Minimum annum rental $.(t600. Public auction to tie held Jun,' 7. 1963. at 10:00 a.ul. at Mason County Courl House. A copy of the lease eonlaining all reqnire- nlents is nested at the Deparlnlent of Nalural Resonrees Offi('o in Shelton: the Ma,on Comely Auditor's Office;. and lhe office of BERT L. COLE Comu)issioner of Public Lands Box ll0 Olympia, %Vashington 5/30 It i im i Hood Canal TRITON HEAD -- Cottage and guest trailer $4500! STETSONS cottage -- $6750] AYOCK BEACH -- Cottages $4950 and up] Beach Homes 3 bedroom and guest house (fireplaces) $27,000 2 bedroom, fircDlace, 108 ft. beach $15,500 Off the Beach Beautiful landscaped with creek (Hoodsport) $13,900 3 comfortable 2 bedroom homes to choose from (Hoodsport) $4,900 and up. 2 bedroom, garage, storeroom, landscaped, creek, 148 ft. beach $18,500 Trailer lots $2000 & up No bank beach lots $200 dn. Cottage at Union $2750. (Call Union 898-2263). HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSPORT Phone 877-5211 o 877-5575 Evening Walter George-- Office Manager, broker OFFICE PHONE 426-6642  HOME PHONE 426-3530 Roy Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Accounting & Bookkeeping ..... i ii i ...... FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 3 bedrooms, garage, Lot 60' x 120' -- $55oo. 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, large work shop. Full price $8,500. FIVE ROOM HOUSE, three bedrooms, fireplace, electric Ileal. and garage. 60 ft. of waterfront, close to town. $12,000 with terms. ROOM HOUSE ten acre. 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 garage, workshop -- $9,500, TWO BEDROOM HOME, cbrner lot, hot water heat, fireplace, garage attached, on Angleside -- $10,500. Legal Publications NO'I'ICI, OF SAI.I," OF ('OI'NTY Iq':BS()NAL I)I[OI)I':RT NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN. That plll'SklanI ll) IUl ol:dt'F ()|" the [.oal'd L)I County Con)nllsSlOllel'S nlado alld tll - h,red on llw 20Lh day. of May, 1D63. t}lel'e will be oI[ol'ed f,,I' salt Lo lhe highesl and best bidder. Iof casll. I.)3" the Coullt. Tl'eastlrer at public auc- tion at l]l( [i'(lll do()i' (,] lib' "CoUlI liouse ill --llellou tit l(/:00 ti.ul. MolI- day, June 10. 1963. the foilov,'iug identi- fied and doper)bed l)el'soual pl'l)l)erlY ; eac]l ih.nl It) b,Igill al a l/linnllunl I)ric( to IH st'l by lhc Bi,ard: 1D NO. ] 2 3 5 6 7 R 9 10 11 :[2 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 23 24 COml)lete. Far- DATED this 201h day of May, 1963, Board of County Conunissioners of Mason County. Washington. P,y C. NOLAN MASON Clerk of the Board 5/30 6/6 2t Le:gal Publications NO. 3461 NO'I'I('!, '1'o I'll Iql)Irl't)R4 IN THE St;PER]OR COI'RT OF THE STATE OF WASltINGTON Ft)h MASON COUNTY. (1N P [(OIATI,:) Ill the lsth-r oI (he Esiate ,it LEBEN DUKE BOI:EILTS. Dec,'as.(l. NOTICE 1S ttEREBY (HVEN lhat the ulldelsilt'u0d has 1)ll,n al)poinle(J :in,1 has qttaliliod as tll 1,]x.('/lll'ix el Ill(" Estate el 1.OF(ql 1luke" P,)b('l'lS. chq'ease(l ; lhat all pel'SOllS II;i. i tta ('lailllS aaaillsl said deceased ttl't  hol'e- by reqllivtd to S('I",'(" lh' sortie, duty el'if led. eli |he l1 ndel'sigll(-d l]xet'll - Irlx or her alIOl'Ue3- of record al the TYPE OR DESCRIPTION address below staled and fih the i seine with lhe Clerk of the said eoul'I, Olle tal'ber Gr(t!llC Conveyor tog0ther witil llroof (,f such service C)ne Conlb. 10' ,t" D-,t Snow withiu six months ariel the dale. of Plow Blade first l)ublicalion 'of this notit.(, or the One Liltlcford Tarpot ,Vagon, alllO will l)e .brrcd. Mdt. 84HD. Sl', No. M One It M Patch Wllgon One David lih'adley Wagon, 4-wheel one 6' Blade One 3 tit'. Sgle. Ph. 60 ey., 230 v. XD ]163 GE Mot(n- Out 5 H.P.. 3 Oh.. 60 ey., 220 44i) v.. SB21585f MastvI' Motor One Worthingtol4 Air Conl- presser. Sr. 77.'106 One Herc Boat Motor (less Iranslnlssion ) ()no Anderson V Snow Plow, Sr. 4B5883 Oue Loader Snow Plow One Glen Robvrts Are Vel- def. Mdl. 35. Sr Hl10.80 cy Sgl Oh. Oue Hough Sweeper, PTO attqchnlent One Hough Sweeper, PTO at tachmeDt One Hi Way Spreader. Model R One Hi Way Spreader. Model R One Hi Way Spreader, Model R One Divider Box. GI One Pintle Hook Trailer ttitch. 6" One Peddle Grindshme. 18" wheel One Mowing attachment. Far- mall (less arm) One Anderson Snow Plow, Mdl. T 486. Sr. $A6102 One 2tower, nlall Date of first publiealion: May 30, 1963. FRANCES M. ROBERTS Executrix GLENN E CORtEA. Attorney for Eslale. Bell ]uilding. Shctton. VCastling hm 5/30-8 6-13-20 4t ............................................. I 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. I Evening Service ........ 7:00 pm. I Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p:m. ! Robert S. Wick, Pastor I , u, 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 pm, Lewis B. Wysong, pastor 1/31 tfn Sunday Foursquare Church D10 E. Dearborn Rev. Lewis Wysong, pastor. Sunday - 11:00 A.M. Rev, Jack Ghase All American Wheel Chair Basketball Player School - 9:45 a.m. YoUng People's Mtgs. 6:00 p.m. Evening Evangelistic Service - 7:00 p.m. i i FISHERMEN'S CLUB P.U.D, AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cote SUNDAY, JUNE 2 -- 9:30 a.m. -- Guest Speaker, Robt. L, Rinke Distict Parole Board Agent 10:00 a.m.  Topic "A Better Wa'))' J i i i ,,, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cote Rev. Alfred Saqdoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, JUNE 2 -- 9:30 a.m, Sunday School 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. "Promised Blessings" 6:30 p.m, Broadcast over KMAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. "Living with Christ on the Wrong Side of Pentecost" Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bible Study and Prayer for the family i FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services 9:30 Sunday School and Adult Bible Cla CARL J. CARLSEN, Pastor Affiliated with American Lutheran Church ii i ill THE METHODIST GHURGH North 4th and Pine Streets ROBERT R, RINGS, Minister 9:30 a.m. Sunday Sehuol and Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ....... 9:45 ram. Youth Meeting 5:30 p,m, Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m. edday -- Bibie Study mad Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. Child are Svtee Available at 11:00 Service RRST OHUROH OF CHRIST, SOIENTIST 302 Alder St,, Shelton. Wish. Sunday School 11:00 a.m, -- Church 11 a.m. Wednelay evening testimony meetanga 8 p.l Reading room located in church, Reading room hourt 1 to 4 pJn. Men. & FrL Wed. eveniig 6:45 to 7:'45. i r SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Full Gospel In Message - Fundamental In Doctrine 130 East Pine Street Mason Young!und, pastor Sunday School -- Classes for all ........................................ 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship ............................................................ 11:00 A.M. Christ's Ambassadors .......................................................... 6:00 P.M. Revival SerVice ...................................................................... 7:00 P.M. Bible Study atd Prayer -- Wednesday ............................ 7:00 P.M. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Pastor Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 n. Morning Worsllip ........................................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a: ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & Cedar, Shelton. Washington The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:30 a.ra.--Holy Communion. 1.1:00 a,m,---Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer