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rvkes EXCAVATING, CLEARING, grading, hauling. Gordon B. Moore, phone 426-4378. If no answer call 426-1431. M7/8tfn SINGER TUNE up special... Any make sewing machine. A Singer expert will come to your home and: Adjust and balance tensions; check fabric-handling mechanism, de-lint thread handling assembly; oil entire machine; inspect motor; lubricate motor, if needed; check wiring for safety! Only $9.50. In Shelton contact Kay's Draperies, 129 Railroad, 426-6207. Singer Center, South Sound Center, Lacey. 491-3400. CUSTOM HAYING cut, rake, and bale. 426-1201. G7/8-29 TREE TOPPING, falling and clean-up. Phone 426-3532. Mc8/6tfn HOOKED WITH a trailer, mobile home, old out-of-date house? Then trade for a new quality 3 bedroom home by Collett. Call Frank Tobinski and Associates for free equity appraisals. 426-1818. Evenings 491-8833. T7/ltfn CHAIN SAW sharpening, speedy, accurate. Precision grinding. Now at Saeger Motor Shop, Hillcrest. Phone 426-4602. 1/15tfn GET YOUR chimney cleaned now before you have a fire. 426-2582. W6/17-7/8 WILL BABY sit any hours, reasonable rates, call 426-8074 anytime. P7/8-29 BATHROOM AND kitchen remodeling. Roofing, patios, carports. Smaller jobs also. Call Osborne's 426-6241. 10/15tfn BACKHOE SERVICES with late model 15 ft. backhoe. 15 years experience. Also sewage systems. Top workmanship. Earl T. Marr, 426-3053. 6/1 ]tfn GENERAL HAULING TOp Dirt Sand PlI Run Gravel 5-Yard Dump Truck and Loader Tel. - FRANK -- 426-3153 also Light Clearing 3/4tfn HAND SAWS & TABLE SAWS SHARPENED 1714 Jefferson (Mt. View) Ph. 426-6687 6/lltfn Pets, Livestock F O U R-YEAR old Appaloosa-quarter horse mare. Needs some training..$250. Eleven-year-old quarter horse and thoroughbred mare. Spirited but gentle $200. 426-1431.7/8tfn FREE LABRADOR watch dog. Seven years old. To country home. Call 426-2088 or 877-5368. D7/8 FOUR YEAR old pinto gelding, with tack. $200.00 Phone 426-8808. D7/ltfn WEANER PIGS, wormed, well started on grain, $15.00. Phone 426-6885. J6/24-7/1 BOARDING KENNELS, dogs over 20 Ibs. All cement in and out runway. $1.75 per day Mel Ru Kennels 426-2387. N6/10tfn K-9 KLIPS, professional poodle clipping and pet grooming. Call Mrs. Kimball for appointment. 426-8988. 8/31tfn DOG CLIPPING and grooming. For appointment, call Mrs. LaMont. 426-4164. L9/17tfn FIVE YEAR old, green broke gelding pony. Phone 426-6152. F4/22tfn REGISTERED AUSTRALIAN terrier male puppies. Phone 426-6152. F3/25tfn Cards Of Thanks May we extend our deepest gratitude to our neighbors, relatives and friends for their many comforting acts of sympathy during our bereavement. Mrs. Stanley Waylett and family 7/8 Card of Appreciation The kindness and sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us as a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. Mr. Lloyd McCowan and Family 7/8 Legal Publications Legal Publications NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED PLAT OF SHERWOOD ESTATES Said proposed plat is located in a portion of Section 29, Township 20 North, Range 3 West, W.M., in Mason County, Washington. Complete metes and bounds description is shown on a copy of the proposed plat on file in the County Planning Director's Office in the Courthouse at Shelton, Washington. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN: That said Hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 21, 1971 (or as soon thereafter as possible), in the office of the County Commissioners, and any person having an interest in the matter may appear at the Hearing to be heard for or against said proposal, after which, the Planning Commission will recommend approval or disapproval of this Plat to the Board of County Commissioners. DATED this 6th day of July, 1971. MASON COUNTY Mason County Planning Commission By James E. Connolly 7/8-1t NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4208 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPHINE E. GRANT, Deceased. The Seattle-First National Bank is the appointed and qualified executor of said estate. Persons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duly verified, on the Executor or the attorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service within four months after July 1, 1971, or the same will be forever barred. Seattle-First National Bank: Arleigh T. Jones, Trust Officer P. O. Box 328, 210 West 5th Avenue Olympia, Washington 98501 Robert L. Snyder Attorney for Estate 125112 N. 5th Shelton, Washington 98584 7/1-8-15 -3 t ORDINANCE NO. 821 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE No. 682, THE CITY OF SHELTON ZONING ORDINANCE. WHEREAS, the following uperln By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - We want to welcome Supt. Gene Frodsham & family of Trout Lake who moved to a residence at Mary M. Knight school Friday. Matlock Grange held its regular meeting Friday night ~ith master Lud Rossmaier presiding. He also gave an interesting report on the State Grange Convention at Longview. Matlock Grange was honored when Nellie Rossmaier came in third prize on the cake bake off there and won $35. Other blue ribbon winners were Dolores Goodburn on dress; baby knitted 3 piece outfit Nina Bradberry; embroidered pillow cases, Nellie Rossmaier and crochet pillow cases, Dora Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Noelen Avery had as their guests the past week his sister and niece Mrs. Lorabell Young and Trence Avery of Pennsylvania. They also visited the Bill Avery family Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing attended the wedding of Katherine Kock and Orlen Kingery Saturday afternoon at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Elma. Mrs. Hysel Asbjornsen and daughter Beveraly spent Monday with her sister Mrs. Dan Walker. Mrs. Dan Walker spent Thursday and Friday in Tacoma with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Thompson of Wynooche July 4. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford spent the Fourth at the Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chrisman and son of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. John Tupper of Aberdeen were July 4 dinner guests of Mr. en and Mrs. Dick Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer and children of Grisdale and Nick and Terry Iverson were July 4 dinner guests of the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. family. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goodburn and family of Shelton were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Connie and Michelle Goodburn returned home with them after spending a week at the Bradberry home while the Goodburns vacationed in California. M,r. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons and James Rossmaier and girls of Olympia and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton were weekend guests at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash and four grandchildren spent Thursday and Friday at Seaside, Ore. Since June 12 the Dan Cornier summer residence at Lake Nahwatzel has been a busy place. Their daughter-in-law's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marlowe and brother Daniel Marlow all of Whitevill N.C. arrived to spend two weeks. While here they enjoyed visits to Ocean Shores for clam digging, Klalock to gather beach agates and flower jasper, the Hob Rain Forest Logging sites near camp Grisdale, Hurricane Ridge, Hood Canal and Port Angeles. On return from Port Angeles the Cormier grand children Danny and Linda Hollatz accompanied them for a two week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cormier and children of Lacey also stayed at the lake. Mr. Cormier's cousins Mr. and Mrs. Tim Obrien and children and Mr. and Mrss. Eldon rrlves Kemp and family of Puyallup spent a weekend at the Lake enjoying good fishing. Upon their return to Puyallup Mr. Obrien was critically injured when his pickup went over a 60 ft. embankment and burst into flames. He was pulled out seconds before it blew up. He is now reported in satisfactory condition but will be in the hospital for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDaniels of Yakima were guests overnight at the Dan Cormier home to leave Jeff and Tommy with their grandparents while they attended a business convention in Bend, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hall and Karen of Puyallup and Miss Peggy Jo Gardener of Great Falls, Mont. spent last weekend at the Cormier home. Karen and Peggy Jo stayed untd lhursday when the Cormiers took them back to Puyallup to visit Mr. O'brien. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearsall and children of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley. Drop in guests were Mrs. Larry Case and daughter and Pam Vandeair and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mendenhall and girls of Shelton on Sunday afternoon at the Kelley home. Jerry Christian and his mother, Mrs. Frank Christian and two nephews of Shelton were Wednesday visitors at the Dick rupper home. There will be pinochle party it Matlock grange hall Saturday qight at 8 p.m. with Darl Goldy host. Danny and Molly Cook joined all the children for a few days at the lake for swimming and water skiing. Earl Cash of Everett spent the holidays with his folks Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Legal Publications the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the 10th day of June, Southside Has Meet STAND FAST- HEALING MUST COME! A truly outstanding healing is related on this program. Total paralysis is completely and permanently healed through Christian Science treatment. Broadcast this Sunday over: KXA 770 Kc 8:45 a.m. KGY 1240 Kc ! 0:15 a.m. the that A Christian Science radio series 910 LI C.Y.'s & FIRST cHU S Mt. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor 9:30 a.m ..... "11:00 a.rn..' 7:30 o.m. '" We0o% DIr. christian * The broadCast 1280 kc. United Methodist G and King Streets REV. WILLI/~M ANDREWS, Minister Summer Services: 10:00 a.m. Church School begins at 9:00 a,r~, U.M.Y. at 6:30 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER Connection & 1 2th Sts. Phone 426.28u^ Priesthood Meeting ......................... " Sunday School ............................. ". Sacrament Meeting .................. - "" :" NORTHSIDE BAPTIS Phone 426-2488 ! 23 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. F ... Bible Study ........................ 1-~:~)~) a.rl Worsh p ....................... Christian Training Tuesday - Prayer Service & Bible Study zone change has been duly 1971, and defend the above 302 AIder St. Shelton,Wash" NOTICE OFHEARING requested and hearings held by entitled action in the above SWIMMING POOLS FRANCHISE APPLICATION the Planning Commission of the entitled Court, and answer the By MRS. RAY KRATCHA 4-H camp and the theme they will Sunday School 11:00 a'.m.-- ChurCh 11! Septic Tank No. 5335 City of Shelton and the City complaint of the plaintiff, and SOUTHSIDE -The Actions be using to decorate our cabin Wednesday eveningtestimony meet!ngs In the Matter of the Application Commission of the City of serve a copy of your answer upon Reading room located in church. Reaomg', bulldozing, backhoe of Pacific Northwest Bell Shelton and no objections were the undersigned attorney at his 4-H grouphad ameetingJu]y 1 at with. 11:00 a.m to 2.00 p m Mon~&r and dump truck service Telephone Co. for a franchise to made to said changes at said office below stated; and in case of Kneeland Park. The meeting was adjourned construct, operate and maintain hearings, your failure so to do, judgment They have four new members, and everyone stayed at the park __.., Surge waterconditioners, aerial phone cable with multiple NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT will be rendered against you They are Lorraine La Mont, and hadapicniclunch. F ....... FIRST CHRISTIAN CHU ~l~ll~ll,~P:Ali~Ii~ crossings upon a t~:)ttl~ .o:l,'~+aie .,~_~AIN~,C) ,BY THE CITY ~ording to the demand of the Route No. 3, ir~=G~ =GO]i)I"MISSS~)I~FOF~THE 1CITYOF " ~o~plaint, which has 'been 'filed Sandy Brown, Cheryl Brown and The next meeting will be July Arcadia and Lake Boul4~at~l Washington. SHELTON: with the clerk of said Court. Suzanne Brown~ . ' 7 at Walker Par~k}from 1,.-p~, ~ / .... ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minist "426-6539 Sh01ton, WHEREAS, the Pacific 1. That Section 1.06 of That the cause of action The meeting was called to 2:30 p.m., reportec(Lennie I Bible School ....... 9:45a.m. FamilySe=:l 8/6tfn Northwest Bell Telephone Co., a Ordinance No. 682 is hereby herein is for divorce, order by the president, Lennie Christensen. ' I Worship ......................... corporation, has filed with the changed and amended as follows: Charles L. Hyndman Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson / Wednesday -- Bible Study DAY & SONS Washington State Highway That the classification of the Attorney for Plaintiff CUSTOM Commission, under the provisions following described property Charles L. Hyndman Marilee Matson led the flag and Jackie stopped at Mr. and I Child CareServiceAvai of Chapter 47.44 RCW and situated in the City of Shelton, Attorney at Law salute and4-Hpledge. ROTOVATING amendments thereto, an Mason County, Washington, 205 8th Street They talked about the car Lawns, Gardens, Farm work -- 2 application for a franchise to to-wit: Hoquiam, Washington 98550 wash planned for July l0 from l0 machines no job too large or construct, operate and maintain Lots 1 to 5 inclusive, Block Area Code206 aerial phone cable with 15, Plat of Mountain View Telephone532-3291 a.m. to2p.m, at Jess Mobil. small. 4"/6-117.$0 4/9tfn multiple crossings line upon Addition to the City of Shelton, 6/10-17-24-7/1-8-15-6t Members also talked about a portion of State Route No. 3, in Washington is changed from C-1 Mason County, Washington, for a to C-3. period of twenty-five (25) years 2. The City Engineer is hereby at the following locations: directed to change all zoning maps to conform herewith. $1 O0 prize of this in th kl Mrs. Ray Kratcha's on the Fourth on their way to Port Orchard. Southside Grange meets July 9 and it will be potluck at 6:30 p.m. I Iton merchant' First Church of Christ, .., Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, W 8:00 A.M.-- Holy Communion 10:00 A.M.-- FamilvService The Church s always open for meditation and MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN MISSOUR I sYNO( 206 E. Wyandotte SUNDAY, JULY 11, Divine Services 8:15 a.rn. and 11 Sunday School and Bible ClaSs CHof SHELTON URCH the Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Lowell Keene, Pastor Sunday School .................... ' Morning Worship ............... Junior Fellowship Evening Service .............. '" "" Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ..... Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & cote From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every sunday SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Program: "TO BE ANNOUNCED" Faith Lutheran 7th and Franklin 0.,00 !i~. WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and a.l~, CHURCH SCHOOL: Christian Worship, Fellowship, EdU' Kenneth Robinson, Pastor SHELTON ASSI ! 52 ! Monroe St. Sunday School ... ,. ................ " Morning Worship ............ "The Holy Spirit In Christ's Ambassadors ................ " Evangelistic Service ............ .... " Wednesday, Bible Study and Prayer ..... " REVIvALTIME, KGDN, Sunday ....... " Page ]6 :-She on-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 8, 197 wOl~mpia 357-3865. After 6 p.m. W 11-22 FOR SALE or trade -- horses, part Arab, part Saddlebred. Phone Pets, Uvestock 3/6 tfn Phone 426-3155 Licensed, Bonded & Insured Carpeting- Formica- Ceramic and Linoleum 500-gal., 750-gal, 1,000-gal. Drain Fields, Ditch Digging, Backhoe, Trencher for Hire Phone 426-3660 Cr S-21~7. Belfair 1/27 tfn | II I BOB OGDEN Installation Service Septic Tank Pile Driving -- construction Land or Water. Bulkheads -- Marine Facilities Drag Line -- Clam Shell -- Loaders Heavy Equip. Hauling tfn ROY J. Phone 426-8147 1/27 tfn LANE HOUSE MOVING Houses Raised, Foundations and Leveling p.m., or as soon thereafter as hearing may be had. DATED at Olympia, Washington, this 13th day of May, 1971. W. M. Foster Assistant Director for Highway Development 6/24-7/1-8-3t Highway Administration Building, Olympia, Washington, on the 19th day of July, 1971, at 1:30 That a hearing will be held on said application by the Washington State Highway Commiss=on at its office in the ELECTROLUX SALES Sales -- Service -- Supplies CAL L 426-3544 For free delivery -- Jack Manley 8/20tfn NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Stations: Milepost 17+92, 18+24 17+93, 18+30 17+94, 18+34 18+01, 18+37 18+08, 18+45 18+11, 18+51 18+19, 18+63 18+20, 19+63 19+68, 20+81, 20+00, 20+87, 20+04, 21+27, 20+24, 21+56, 20+29, 21+63, 20+32, 21+89, 20+61, 22+32, 20+75. Township 23 North, Range 1 West, W.M., in Mason County, Washington. Together with aerial telephone cable crossings of SR 3 located at the following Milepost SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 10773 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON. RICHARD HENRY THOMPSON, Plaintiff vs. BETHANY LOU I t~UMPSO*~, uerenaant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID BETHANY LOU THOMPSON, DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of Center Bldg., Olympia, Wash. 98501 within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, within four months after the 8th day of July, 1971, and file the same with the clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service, or they shall be forever barred. Dated at Olympia, Wash. this 30th day of June, 1971. /s/Eleanor M. Reason Owens and Johnson Frank J. Owens Olympia, Wash. 7/1-8-15-3t east of and parallel to the against said estate are required to centerline of SR 3 to a point serve them with the necessary opposite approximate Milepost , vouchers upon me at the office of Station 22+32 located in the my attorney, Frank J. Owens of Southwest quarter of Section 32, Owens & Johnson 607 Capitol thence continuing in a general northerly direction at a point 25' thence leaving the right-of-way; thence commencing again at a point opposite approximate Mi!epost Station 18+89 at a point 25 east of the centerline of ~R 3; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Letters of Administration on the Estate of CLYDE REASON, were granted to the undersigned, on the 25th day of June, 1971, by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims to a point 70' east of the No. 4209 centerline of SR 3; thence IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF continuing in a general northerly THE STATE OF WASHINGTON d i r e c t i o n a t a p o i n t IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF approximately 25' east of and MASON. (IN PROBATE). parallel to the centerline of SR 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE ~V~i a point opposite approximate ESTATE OF CLYDE REASON. lepost Station 18+66 and NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS Northwest quarter of Section 31, Township 22 North, Range 1 West, W.M.; thence in a general northerly direction along the westerly side of SR 3 at a distance varying between 23' and 25' west of the centerline of SR 3, to a point opposite approximate Milepost Station 17+30; thence 'continuing in a general northerly direction at a distance varying from 25' to 70' west of the centerline of SR 3 to a point opposite approximate Milepost Station 17+83; thence crossing SR 3 at Milepost Station 17+83 Beginning at a point on the West side of SR 3 as now located and of record in the office of the Director of Highways at Olympia, Washington, said point being opposite approximate Milepost Station 16+00, located in the Southwest quarter of the 7/8-1t INTRODUCED at regular Commission Meeting this 22nd day of June, 1971. PASSED in regular Commission Meeting this 29th day of June, 1971. Frank A. Travis Mayor David T. Kneeland Commissioner Glen C. Watson Commissioner Attest: Helen W. Stodden City Clerk Approved: B. Franklin Heuston City Attorney A winner will be selected each Rt. 10, Box 122, Shelton Bazaar ,f Values sale event is St. David's Church