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1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in ":Chris}mastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Robert Rings Transferred kane. Audubon Park. The amlouneement was made Sunday, June 16, by Bishop Ev- erett W. Palmer of Seattle at the closing session of the Pacific Northwest Annual Conference. The Methodist conference, attended by the pastors and lay members from all Methodist churches in Wasn- ington and Northern Idaho. was held at the University of Puget Sound. Tacoma, June 11-16. According to the paster, the conference reports 96,461 members in the church year just closed. During the past 12 months they contributed to their churches for all purposes more than $6 million. Of this. $1,556,100 went for ben- evolences and administration, the largest amount ever collected by the conference, with $487.600 of this received this year toward a 40-month capital fund drive, the Urgent Needs Appeal. BISHOP PALMER reported the area's churches are producing on- ly one-fourth the number of min- isters needed, with 100 required in the next five years. In legislative action, the con- terence voted a three-point pro- gram to strengthen church school education in each church and pre- pare for introduction of new chil- dren's curriculum in 1964; auth- orized purchase of a new 150-acre camp site northwest of Mt. Rain- ier Park: approved writing a his- tory of Methodism in the North- west: laid plans for more aciive participation in politics and called tor an end of all racial discrim- ination in the conference. Three new churches were cnar- lered at the conference: at Mer- cer Island, Bellevue. and near T'a- coma Two others, Four Lakes and Mica near Spokane. were cqosed. Newest venture is purchase and loan of portable church school buildings to help churches get started, a project made possible through the Urgent Needs Appeal. Among Your Merchants CAPITAL FINANCE CLOSES BRANCH OFFICE HERE The Capital Fiance office which has been located at 124 Railroad Avenue in Shelton for the past eight years closed this week. The office manager said that ac- counts receivable of the Shelton office have been transferred to Pa- cific Finance in Olympm. Rings, pas- church in mx years, bas Port Angeles. Rev, Her- at Spo- Legal Publications ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No. I'FL Wash 132 Mason County Pulflic Utility District No. 1, Owner Sealed hids for the construction, re- construction and repair of the Union Water System will be receiveo by the Mason County Publie Utility District No. ] at the office of the Mason Coun- ty Publie Utility District No. 1. Pot- latch. Washington, (mailing address: Star Route 1. Box 203. Shelton. Wash- ington) until 8:00 o'clock P.M. DST on the 15th day of July. 1963. and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The information for Bidders, Form of Bid. Form of Contract. Plans. Spe- cifications, and Forms of Bid Bond and Performance Bond may be exam- ined in the office of Zenier. Athay, Jackson and Hein. Engineers, located at 212 West 13th Street Vancouver Washington or Mason County Public Utility District No, i, Potlatch Wash- ington and copies may be obtained there upon payment of $10.00 per each IS a very home in also been doesn't Call now. 6/20 sale. V-8. 898-2355 W 6/20 7/4 three section Wller me 426- K 6/20 tfn )edroom older wew. Full s, fireplace 6/20 tfn depend- men. 12-15 set. Any bidder, upon returning such 6/20 set lU'omptly and ill good condition suite (twin will be refunded his payment, any non-bidder upon so retul'ning such a set will be refunded $10.00. The owner reserves the right to waive lilly informalities or to reject any or all bids. .SYmpathy of Each bidder must deposit with his 111 (JUg recent bid, security in the alnount, forln -nlain with us as and subjee-to the conditions provided sincere thanks in the Infornmtion for Bidders. comforting Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirenlents as to con- ditions of elnploynlent tO be observed LUlu Cleveland and mininmm wage rates to be paid nnder th'e contract, No bidder may withdraw his bid within 30 days after the actual date S of the opening thereof. The proposed project eontenlplstes the construction of approxinuitely 3.900 feet of 6 inch and 1,300 feet of 4 inch water nlaln with asoclated valves and fittings and the installa- tion of a 3 horse power, deep well, turhine t)Unll). Jne- 9. 1963 DICK BUECHEL Preside.nt of Oonunissionel'S 6/20-27 7/4 3t equip. , or and Life avail. Stop in ington NO. 3470 NO'i'ICI e, TO CREDITORS TO PIIESENT AND FILE CLAIMs IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY (In :Probate) In tile Matter' of the Estate of Q. THOMAS RYAN, Deceased. NOTICE IS :HEREBY GIVEN lhat the undersigned, Barbara E. Ryan has been appointed and has qualmed as Executrix of the Last Will and Test, i- ment and of the estate of Q. Thomas Ryan, deceased: and that all pcrs(nls having claims against tile said estate or the said deceased are hereby re- quired 'to serve tile same duly re'i-tried ill duplicate with the necessary vou- chers attached, upon the undersigned Executrix mr her Attorney of record al the law office of B, Franklin Heus- ton. Angle uilding, Shelton. Wasll- ington, and file such clanns together witll proof of service with the Clerk of 1he above entitled Court within six months after tile date of tile first publication of tills notice, to-wit: 20 June 1963, or all claims not st) pre- sented and filed will be forever barred. BARBARA E. RYAN. Executrix. Estate of Q. Thomas Ryan, deeeasedon WaMnngton 724 Turner. Shelt , s " B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON, Attorney for said Estate. Angle Bldg.. Shelton, Wash. 6/20-27 7/4-11 4t Legal Publications CALL FOIl BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Public Utility District No. 1 of Ma- son County, Washington will receive sealed bids up to 8:00 t).m. Thursday, July llth at the Potlatch office of tile District for the sale and removal of tile Distriet's existing office building. The building to be removed is 27 ft, x 45 ft.. of wood franle construction supported bv posts set on square con- 'ete footings. Contents of tlle build- ing will include built-ins, wn'mg sys- tem and some plumbing fixtures, zAll 8 ft, x 8 ft. concrct(', vault is cml- tain,d within tim building and nmst be removed. Performance bond and liability in- surance will he required at the dis- cretion of th . Board of Conunissioners. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1 Hf Mason County ttAROLD HUNTER Secretary 6/20-27 2t NOTICE OF 1%'ATEII RIGIIT APPLICATION NO. 17915 STATE "OF WASHINGTON. OFFICE 09" SUPERVISOR OF WATER RE- SOURCES. DeparUnent of Conser- vation. Olympia. TAKE NOTICE : That HARRY &' ETHEL ELMLUND of Union Wash, on May 17, 1963, filed ot)plication for peru',it to (i'erI lhe public wa[e|'s of unnalned Stl'Caol and nnnana;d spring tributary of Hood Canal, in the amonnt of 0.15 cfs. sub- ject to existing rights, continuously each year for tile purpose (if group domestic supply and fire pro- tection that the aPlU'oximate point of diversion is located witbiu SELINW*I of Section 30. Township 22 N.. Range 2W W.M.. in Mason County. Any objections n/ust be accompan- ied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording lee and filed with lhe State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days fronl Jtllle 27, 1963. Witoess my hand and official seal lhis 10th day of June. 1963. M. G. WALKER State Sul)crvlsor of "vVat('r ResouPccs. 6/20-27 2t COUNTY ROAD PROJECT /%'0. 417 In the matter of C.R.P. No. 417 to be constructei on Mason County Road No, 386 known locally as the Lost Lake oad. and more specifically lo- cated-in See. 6 & 7, Twp. 19 N, R 4 W. W.M. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS that it is their intention to reconstruct 1.1shlg tile following; qtian- LiLies: Clearing & Grubbing 3 am'es Grading 33 Stations Gravel Base Class B 1.645 C.Y. and that said work is to be perl'ornmd hy day labor in accordance with the Washington Slate Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- tion as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that tile above described Count), Road Pro- ject is necessary and proper, and the estimated costs of said proje.et arc herewith set out in detail as fol- lows : Engineering $ 450.00 Road Construction $4.707.00 TOTAL $5,157.00 The County Road Projeel herein des- cribed is HEREBY DECLARED to be s public necessity, and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to report and pro- eeed thereon as by law m'ovided ADOPTED this 17th day of June, 1963. Boal'd of County Connnissioners of Mason County, Washington MARTIN AUSETH Chairman HA RRY ELMLUND JOHN BARIEKMAN Attest : C. NOLAN MASON Clerk of the Board 6/20 It t MASON LAKE AVING ON COATINGS weather protection? Right now on a full line of Chevron and Standard primer, paint, plastic cement, can- asbestos, aluminum and asphalt for all types of roofs as well as struc- and concrete masonry, and laboratorytests insure reliable, long- Sale ends August 31st. roduct, call . & Sons Inc. ' Third St. 426-4411 Once there was a man . . . E'en as you and I . . . He had himself a wife . . . A gang of small fry . . . Six ornery little angels .... Bent only on destruction , , 'till Daddy bought a lot . - . In PARADISE, started con- struction. Now the six little imps. On warm beaches play . . While Mom and Pop . . Relax all day. It's PARADISE SHORE ES- STATES that is, about which our Poet is talking - on tile shores of MASON LAKE where people who dislike cold salt wa- ter beaches are building their own cabins like mad and where we have built two darlin' LEISURE COTTAGES for as low as $4080. lot includ- ed or we build on any lot you select for $1895. plus lot. 15% down balance easv. WATERFRONT LOTS The flabbergaster type for as low at $4235. 10c down balance easy. VIEW LOTS The enchanting type for as low as $1450. 10% down balance easy. All the privileges you can want. Investigate these things, Folks, before buying-while a good se- lection can be had. If you do... it's PARADISE for you. Loca- ted 12 miles north of Shelton on Hwy 14A, Olympic Penin- sula. PARADISE SHORE ES- TATES 100 NW 36th, Seattle 7. Ask for Literature. Sales- men on property Sat. & Sun. is Additi0,al C0sts Seen For State Traffic VioMors Washington StaLe motorists be- wa re ] In accordance with House Bil] 94 of the state legislature, there are additional penalties in store for state motorists for "moving" traffic violations. The bill went into effect June 13. THE BILL STATES: "There shall be levied into the driver ed- ucation account of the general fund of the state treasury a pen- alty assessment in addition to the fine or bail forfeiture on all of- tenses invoh, ing a violation of a state statute or city or county ordinance relating to the opera- tion or use of motor vehicles or the licensing of vehicle operators, except offenses relating to the parking of vehicles." This assessment shall be made in the following amounts: "1 If bail is "forfeited. $2 for each $20s of fine, or fraction thereof: (2) It bail is forfeited, $2 for each $20 of bail. or fraction thereof." Shellon Father Pins Bars On Son At Navy Academy Graduation If friends have noted a straight- er stature and an expanded chest about Jim Sutherland these past few days, there's good reason The Shelton milhnan returned home June 9. accompanied by his son. Fred. after witnessing the lat- ter's graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.. on June 5 as the 68th ranking scholar in his class of over 700 graduating midshipmen. With the commission of Ensign, Fred graduates with a bachelor of science degree. He was 30th in his class scholastically dur- ing his semor year and can. if he desires, return to the Naval Academy as an instructor in sci- ence and is giwng serious con- sideration to that opportunity. First. bowever, he goes to Mare Island to study nuclear science for six months after being married June 29 to his Stayton, Ore.. high school sweetheart. Catherine John- ston. at her Lyons. Ore.. home. Jim's Ensign's bars were pinned on his shoulders by his father dur- ing the graduation ceremonies at the academy. The father and son drove back to Shelton together and Fred stayed here several days before leaving for Lyons to pre- pare for the wedding and visit his motber. REGREATION continued from page one l coach, will supervise. Doherty's golf program will begin Wednes- day with a meeting at the Bay- shore Golf Course at 9 a.m. Those students from the seventh grade through high school (will be seniors next fall) are eligible for both classes, Anyone interest- ed in either program, but unable to attend the meetings, m asked to contact Doherty at 426-4659. Jack Mallinger, who has been runni, ng the swim program since Monday, has signed up about 380 young paddlers although tne max- imum numT0er that have turned out on any one day was 366 (Tues- day). His swim assistants are Randi Tuson, Leanne Armstrong and Lynne Stevens. Mallinger is also helped by Pool Nuotare owner Lee Kiefer and bus driver Lucille Mag- nett. MALLINGER URGED that stu- dents can start the seven week program anytime. Track, under Bill Brickert. had a first-day sign-up of 41, includ- ing four girls, with more expected. Last year slightly over 30 partici- pated. Among those out are state Class A pole vault champion Jerry West- lurid and Hood Canal junior high's Darlene Gray, who had the 4th best time in the nation last year for girls 11 years and unaer. Turnouts are split between 4:00 p.m. and 6 p.m. shifts to suit those with jobs and also to beat the afternoon heat for distance events, The first meet is scheduled at Shoreline on June 29. High Low Precip. June 12 .............. 73 51 June 13 .............. 77 .12 ....... June 14 .............. g2 45 -- June 15 .............. 91 .19 -- June 16 .............. 86 54 -- June 17 .............. 84 52 --- June 18 .............. 73 52 ...................... 2 ................ Shellon Girls A|ive I. Girls' Stale Politics Kelly Fredson. Liz Somers Gin- na Correa and Charlene Kelsey returned from Girls' State on Mon- day, June 17. Evergreen Girls' State was held at Central VCash- ington State College in Ellensburg June 10-17. Each girl attending was assign- ned to one of ten cities, which were divided into four counties. The girls then elected various of- ficials and set up govermneuts on the city, county and state levels. All of the Shelton delegates took an active part in the Girls' State program. Liz Seiners was elected city clerk and also ran for state treasurer, "The girls elected Ginna Correa to the offices of city council wom- an and county commissioner. State representative and city commis- sioner were the positions held by Charlene Kelsey. Kelly Fredson was elected to the office of state representative. The girls were sponsored by the Ameriesn Legion Auxiliary, Ki- wanis, Shelton Zonta Club and the Hoodsport American Legion Aux- iliary. Submit the following information to the program supervisor: Name .................................................................................................................. Address .............................................................................................................. Phone Num her ........................................ Program preferred : (circle) swimming baseball tennis track golf basketball Signature of parent giving permission: NEEDED S00 RABBIT FRYERS WEEKLY CONTACT E. M. McCOWAN Route 2, BOX 159, SHELTON 426-3626 AGENT: CHUCK'S RABBIT PROCESSING 6,/20 tfn PAGE 3 Simpson's Summer Tours Are Expanded Simpson Timber Company's reg- ular summer tour schedule this ,ear has been expanded o include the Company's McCleary door and plywood plants. H O. Puhn, di- rector of timberland development has announced. Tours at McCleary. will begin at 11:00 and 1:30 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Nancy Briggs. 19. a Mark E. Reed Scholarship win- Ghris McMi|lin Had Straight A Grades Shame on somebody! Without ,-tttempting to pin any- tling on anybody, this is to rec- tify an omission which left tle name of Christine McMillin oll the list of straight A students at Shelton junior high published m last week's Journal. Chris, 15. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave McMillin of Lit tl e Skookum Bay, was the only girl in the 9th grade to make  ner.beganWiltMonday.COnduct the tours, which i straight A grade average t a s L At Shelton. Cieryl BuLler. 19, is conducting Lours of Sawmill Three and the Immlating Board Plant for her second year. The tours begin at i0:00 a.m. and 2:00 t).m. through the Sawmill and 11:00 a.m and 3:00 p,m. through IBP. The tours will" form at the Sawmill gate. Last year Simpson hosted oveP 1300 persons on the Shelton tours. "While many tourists take the tours, we particularly encourage employees and their families and local residents to visit our plants," said Puhn. year. Except for two B plusses she received in the 8th grade. Chris has been a straigtU A stu- dent all three years in Shelton junior high, which if not the high- est certainly s one of the highest averages eve]" compiled in the school. .............................. More than five million veterans are GI insurance policyholders, ac- cording to the Veterans Adminis- tration. FREE HEARING AID CHECK-gP Now that warm weather is here, your hearing aid needs extra careto keep it in good working order. Let us give your aid our Ten-Point Check-Up FREE and without obligation. Come to see our representative, Mr. Harry Bodenschatz, at EELLS & VALLEY APPLIANCE CENTER Friday, June 21, between 10 A.M. and 12 noon While you are there, he will be glad to give you a FREE hearing test. No obligation. Daniel E. Bruner BELTOHE HEARIHG AI6S 106 E 4th, Olympia 'phone 357-3521 Serving Mason County since 1950 CONTIHU|S THE BIG JUNE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG APPLIANCE SPECIALS Check the Metropolitan prices -- You'll soon prove "YOU CAN'T BEAT A MILLER DEAL" G, E, 6.Transisior PORTABLE RAD|O 13,2 cu. It, combination REFRIG.. FREEZER W/T Ballery Operated Portable RE.GORD PLAYER Stickler on punctuation OVER 200 APPLIANCES ON DISPLAY ! MILLER'S Shelton  Olympia 12,5 GU, FT, DIAL DEFROST Door Stops, Flush Opening Door ,ith trade , , ,, 18 cu, fl, Upright FREEZER '268 oo Reg, $249,95 G, E, Mobil Maid DISHWASHER '168 o , t , ITU "King's English" I! l Master Factory Authorized GENERAL ELEC1 RIC MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE GALL 00B.8215