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1963 Washington volnn- Ieep Washington Conlmittees y areas. MT. VIEW lot. Easy Nice living Day- F,A. garage. imme- Easy terms Listing) JNITY foun- Over 300 Shcl- made. You Legal Pubiications NO. 3469 NOTICF TO (IRFDITORS IN TtIE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON :FOR MASON COUNTY /In Probate) In Ihe Matter of the Estate of CECIL PATTERSON Deceased. NOTICE IS ItEREBY GIVEN tllat lhe undersia&apos;ned. Myrtle Patterson. has heen appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of 1he estate of Ce- cil Patterson, deceased; and that all persons having claims against the said deceased or the said estate are hereby requiredio verve the same. duly verified with the necessary vouchers attached upon the und(,rsigned Admin- i.tratrix or her attorney of record at tile law office of B. Franklin Heuston. Angle Building, Shelton. Washington, and file snch claims together with proof of service with the Clerk of tbe above entitled Com't within six (6) months after the dale of tile first pub- licaiion of this notice, to-wit: 20 June 1963. or all (qaims not so presented and filed will be forever barred, MYRTLE PATTERSON. Administratrix. Estate of Cecil Patterson. deceased. 433 Ellinor St.. Shelton Wash. P,. FRANKLIN HEUSTON Attorney for said Estate. Angle Bldg., Shelton, Wash. 6/20-27 7/4-11 4t Real Estate here. $3,000 - - " 11 inventory. """'"' IF Real Xeellent ran- 160 acres; With fine Estate properties :tCHASE homes vou loc,q Led. and a fine 4 'furnace. Checl- L 426.4666 SOME PEOPLE-- Want the moon . . But we have just listed one of the best proper- ties under the sun. This sparkling 1 bedroom home at the edge ot town can be yours for only $5600. Located within a few feet of over 400' of public beach. N C y INSURANCE Shelton, Wash. 426-8544 L, sunporch, )ore 3 Jely rustic a ce or a very home. This beat and all 'I0Y bUNN 5ME on beautiful ft. of fron- base- wired an in while d. The cleared ana a carport, good buy now ! ONT wrong on ost 250 ft. just a The aa- ,e of the ti- values are Value. A ,y. btrNN rated just Treasure eared and ow is the that sum- anxious to Better see NT a month hom in you available on this and fire- not kid- buy- bTYalN ---- __ Ipyy! 3 bed- is key- fireplace btr -------_ 8074 426-4601 SECLUDED If you like seclusion and privacy (and who doesn't) you should see this attractive 2 bedroom home on 4 acres just minutes from town. Large living-dining room, dandy kitchen plus double carport and tool storage. Lots of trees an0 good drilled well. Just $8800 with terms. WANTED We want a retired couple to en- joy living in this cozy 2 bedroom home. It has been completely re- modeled to be maintenance free for several years. Just a few tea. tures are the new roof, new paint (inside and out), carpeted bed- rooms, new drapes a good furnace and many other extras. More than you should expect for $7850. LOTS OF ROOM[ ! Do you need 4 bedrooms? Here =s the perfect family home with large bedrooms, step saver kitchen, lots of storage and a large rec room. Also a trim lawn and good garden. F.H.A. appraised at $11,000 so all you need is $550 for down pay- ment and closing costs. ANGLESIDE VIEW Easy terms have been arranged for you to purchase this well- kept 2 bedroom home. Convenient room arrangement, Plus a good garden area make this a goed buy for $6750. MT. V I F_W-- Immediat possession; owners have moved so let's take a look anytime. This roomy 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on a double lot can be yours for only $8,000. Close to school and shopping. $400 DOWN] ! Easy F.H.A. terms can be yours on this immaculate 2 bedroom home. Everything has been well cared for inside and out. Pretty shrubs, large carport, storage and a good view of water and moun- tains. $7500 is the total price so call anytime for a showing. LEASE-OPTION Out of town owners will lease this roomy Hillcrest home with tile option to buy. 3 bedrooms, base- ment, carport and a dreamy kitch- en. Call Vince Himlie for more in- formation. HOOD CANAL COTTAGE Here is the perfect spot for week- end fun. This hillside cottage ad- joins Twanoh State Park to pro- vide you with excellent recreation- al facilities. There is a large liv- ng room with fireplace, bedrodm sun porch-bedroom, compact kitch- en, partial basement and 2 3un decks all for reduced price ot $9600---easy terms, WATERFRONT PROPERTIES YOUR BEST INVESTMENT! ! Here are a few choice offerings. 1. Lake NahwatzeI-Excellent build- ing site with 100' frontage arid al- most Y2 mile in depth. Lots ot trees---S6000 with $1,000 down. 2. Year around home--Another fine Nahwatzel properly. 60' tot with large trees and new 2 bed- room for only $9750. 3. Hammersley Inlets62' frontage with tidelands. Protected sWim- ming beach. Road and water in. Just $3500 with $500 down. 4. Minutes from town. 1500' on Hammersley Inlet for $25000.00. 5. Large modern home600 ft. frontage. Large trees, Mt. Rainier view. $33,500.00. 6. Harstine Island . . . 125' low bank. Wooded and secluded, sandy beach, view of Mr. Rainier. $6250. 7. Spencer Lake . . . 100' frontage. Good depth. Road and power in. $4500, terms. MANN REAL ESTATE CALL 426-6592 ANYTIME 121 Railroad Ave. SHELTON EVENINGS CALL VINCE H I M El E---426-6501 KURT M ANN---426-322S SEELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ] Lega ! Publications NO. 8455 ,,41"31MONS 2X" 1'1" III,2CATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ()IV THE STATE OF WASI11NGTON FOH, MASON COUNTY JAY HENDERSON Plaintiff, vs. IMOGENE HENDERSON. Defendant THE STATE OF "vVASHINGTON TO THE SAID IMOGENE HENDERSON. DEFENDANT : You are hereby sunuuoned to appeal" within sixty (60) days after tbe dale of thet'irst publication of this sum- nlons: towit: witbin sixty (60) days after Ilia 12111 day of July, 1963. and defend tile shove entitled action ip the al)ove entitled C(lllrt, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a c()pY Of yoLlr ans,er UpOll the undersigned atlol'ney a his office ,below stated: and in ease of your failure so tO do..ludglnent will he roi1- dered against you according tO tile delnand of thee eonlplaint, which has been filed with tile, clerk of said court. fo Tr hal the cause of action herein is a divorce between tile parties ahove named wherein Plaintiff cliches (-rue[ trcfltnlen[ I)I1 the pal', of the defelld- lilt. GLENN E. CORREA Attorlley Ior Plaintiff 'Office & Post Of/ice Address: Bell Building' 121 South Fourtll Street Shelton. Washinglon 7/11-18-25 8q-8-15 6t Legal Publications NO. l 'ttl 6 NOTI('E OF SALE (IF RI:,AL ESTATE IN THE SIIPERIOR COURT (iF TIlE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1N AND FOR GRAYS HAI.P, OR COUNTY In the nlattel of the Estate and Guard- ianship of: GUY B COMINS. A Men- tall)" Ineonlpetent Pers(m. NOTICE, IS IiEREBY GIVE N that ANNA M. COMINS. n her capae ty as guardian herein, will sell at private sale and ]o the highest and best bid- d(,r. tim following described real es- tate : Lot: One (1) Illoc] B of Ihe Plat of Totten Shares Acre Tracts Na. I, according Ia the offiehd plat there- of, recorded in Volame 4 of Plats, page 85. in the office of tile Audi- tor of Mason Caanty, %Vasilington. Bids must be submitted in writing and nlay he left with the guardian at the ol'fie of hlgl'am & Zelaskn. 216 Becket Building, Aberdeen. Washington. Bids will be received until the date of sale, The sale will be made on or after July 22. 1963. Tbe guardian reserves the ria'ht to .'eject any and all bids. ANNA M. COMINS Guardian el tile Person and the Estate of GUY R. COMINS, A Mentally hleompetent Person. INGRAM & ZELASKO Attdrneys for Guardian 216 Beeker Bldg. Aberdeen. Washington 7/11-18 2t Real Estate Real Estate , , MOUNTAIN VIEW 3 bedrooms with double closets Large utility with storage cabinets Breakfast nook off compact kitchen Q Large back yard, 90 x 100 lot. LAKE NAHWATZEL 2 bedroom cottage (possible 4) 120' waterfront with large dock DOWN-TOWN SHELTON 3 Bedrooms each is large-sized Panelled dining and living room (fireplace) Large kitchen with breakfast nook Garage with workbench and also woodshed BILL PEARSON REAL ESTATE 125 No. 5th Evenings call: 426-3132 Sylvia Carey, 426-6556 Walter George-- Office Manager, broker OFFICE PHONE 426-6642  HOME PHONE 426-3530 Roy Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Accounting & Bookkeeping 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, garage, close to shopping center, $4500 full price, down payment $1.000. $50 per month. FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 3 bedrooms, garage, Lot 60' x 120' $5500. FOUR ROOMS, full basement, furnace, fireplace, corner lot, just like new -- $13500. 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 heat and garage. 60 ft. of waterfront, close to town. $12,000 with terms. 4 ROOM HOUSE ten acres. 1 acres cleared. Other outbuild- ings -- $9,500. THREE BEDROOMS, dining room, fireplace, garage and car- port. Price $18,500. 7 TO 8 YEAR OLD, 4-bedroom house. One acre of land, spring water, double garage, workshop -- $9,500. TWO BEDROOM HOME, corner lot, hot water heat, fireplace, garage attached, on Angleside $10,500. OLDER 4 ROOM farm home, 9 acres, 250 ft. waterfront $14,000. Preferred Properties by Waterfront Realty 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 MAKE IT ALL-IN-ONE Combine the wonderful advantages of waterfront living with the closeness of Island Lake to town and schools, plus a beauti- fully planned three bedroom - two level home, all for a price you can afford. Call us now for an appointment. MOVE IN IMMEDIATELY] This larger two bedroom home has well planned rooms for comfortable living; is partially furnished and has utility room as well as attached garage! Offered on owner contract with excellent terms. $7750.00. HOOD CANAL -VIEW- BEACH[ Large Colonial home with three bedrooms; den; two baths: electric heat. Stream flows through 2' acres of view property. Includes 150' of waterfront with tidelands and oysters. Large stable; two-car garage and small guest house, FINEST QUALITY HOME] Loads of comfort for the family plus those extras that make life so satisfying! Three bedrooms; large lot; fireplace; dining room: excellent storage and closets; all in tip-top con- ditidn and avaiIabte on FHA terms! A REAL SPECIAL An especially ]lice five acre tract ideal for buildings - wood- ed, small stream, good soil. Perfect to clear a little and have that horse you've always wanted. You name the terms - $1495,00 full price. -- Evenings Call Marden Stroud .................... 4264000 Dick Bolling ........................ 426-8162 in U.S,A." PAGE 17 i , i . i ,, Lost and Found Legal Publications,, NATIIINAL FOREST TIMBEII FOIIE,T ('I,OI'BE NOTICE FOR NA2,E Tile followin descriheu areas within and adja('en] It) tile Olynlpic National ('aayon River 1963 No. 2 FOI'OSt arv hereby declared: Publi(' notice is herel)y given that Regian el Exh'a Fire Uazard i ursualll IO tilt" provisions (if Set'licit I Area No. I - I ) - Sooth Fork Nloiialnitli 5 of Puhlic Law 273. 78th Congress t River (58 Sial 132-16, U.S C.A. 583-583i). NaNI/" Seeliou 26, T. 22N.. R. 6W.; and the Cooperative Agreement for excepting; a 50 t'om West corridor tile Manag.?nlent of the Participating along Valn'e Creek and tile area easter- Forest Properties in tile Shetton Co- operatiw- Sustained Yield Unit entered into by and between the United States of Anieriea and the Siinpson Tin]her Conlpaliy, dated Decc)nh(u' 12. 2946, all merchaniable timber nlarked ,)r designated for euttin on an area enl- hrachlg ;799 acres, n/ore or less. witty- in Sections 6. 7, 32, 33 T. 22N,, R. 6W., partially surveyed : Section :26 T. 22N.. R. 7W.. Sections . 5 T. 21N.. R. 6W surwyed. W.M.. Canyon River Ilock. Grays Harbor and Mason coun- ties. Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit Olympic National Forest, Wash_ will be sold io the Sinlpson Timber Co.. Seattle Washington. on AUgUSt J2. 1963. The estimated vol- runes are: 6,700 M board l'ect of Doug- las-fir. 12.300 M /)oard feet of western hemlook and oth('r species. 600 M board feet of weslern redcedar. The nlininnnu aeeoptahle bid ller 5'] board feel is ns follows: Douglas-fir $9.85. %vesterll hen)lo(k and otller species $6.15. western redeedal .6.05. This in- eludes the [ollowing rates, per M board feet fur stunlpage (including deposit for sale area hetterluent). $3.00 base rale plus an additional $5.95 for Doug- las-fir. $2.00 base rate plus all ad- ditional $3.25 for western hehloek and other species. $5.15 for western red- cedar and $0.90 for slash disposal for all species. The prices bid for sttmlp- age shall he considered as tentative rates subject tO qnarterly calendar adjustment upward or downward by 0.5 of the difference between the or- el'age of the luonlhly Douglas-fir reg- ion indi(.es, as calculated I)y the For- est Service [or the tbree previuus nlonths, and the following base indi- ces: Douglas-fir 108.69 (D). western hemlock and other species 91.68(A). western redcedar None. Such adjust- nlents in the price for stumpage shall be applicable to timber sealed during the thlee-rnonths period foIlowing the quarter for whieb the adjustment is computed. In no event. }lowever. shall lhe 10aynlent rates - for each quarter lw, less than the base rates as stated ahove. rhen the adjusted rates hv spe, cies are lower thail lhe base rate., tbe difference between the total dol- lar value of the tilnher cut lit ad- insted rates and ai bose roles will he recorded for each species. The smmpage rate for any species will ]lOt be increased above tlm base rate nntil the subsequent ad.iustod tales above base rates develop an aeeun]ulat- ed tothl dollar value in excess of the recorded aerumulated difference for all species. If requested by the State of Washington or by Grays Har- bor el" Mason connties or by all}" per- son deelned to have a ronsonable in- terest ill th0 proposed sale. or ill its terms, a public hearing will lm betd in the office of the Fores! Supervisor, Post Office P, uildinK. Olympia. Wash- ingion on the 2nd day of August, 1963. at 2:00 p.m. PDT. Requests for pnblie hearing will not he considered nnless received in the office of the Foresi upervisor. Post (ffi,,o Build- ing, OlYniDia. Washington. on or be- fore July 25. 1963. Dah, d Jnly 2. 1963. Lloyd G. Gilhuor Forest Supervisor. Olympic National Forest. 7/11-18-25 8/1 <It Real Estate EXOEPTIONAL VALUES OWNER LEAVING TOWN GOOD BUY ty. Area No. 2 - 1 ) - Baker ('reek Secti,,n. 9 T, 21 N,. R. 6XV. Area N(). :'] - I ) Spoon ('reek That part of Section 3t lying soutb an(l easl Of Spooll Creek and Spool] Creek Road and easterly of the %Vest Fork o[ ]he So(sop River: SE 1 , Sec* lion 26. NWI SW , See,ion 25. T. 22 N.. R 7W. Area No. 4 - P - (!amp Grisdale That part [if Seetiou 6 lying" east of Canip Grisdale Road. T. 21 N.. R. 7W. Area Nil. 5 - P - Ilig Qllileene That part of Sections 18 and 1.), T. 27 N., R 2 W. lying wes] of Townsend Creek and north of the Bi Quileene River: excepting Road No 272. That part of Sections 13 and 24. T. 27 N. R. 3 W. lying north of the Big Quil- eene River: excepting Road No. 272, th(" Big" Quih'en(" Trail deh)nr froln junction Road Nu. 272 south to junc- tion of existin trail, and that part of oxistinu Iruil to west edge of closure in SW i}Sw in Section 13. T. 27 N.. R. 3 W. Areii No. 6 - P - lion Jolt Pas That part of E{ See,ion 24 and that part of Section 25 T. 28 N.. R. :3 W., souih of the Gold Creek Road No. 2909. Area No. 7 - P - I"ddy Creek That part of Section 32. T. 29 N,. R. 3 W., lying east of the Dungeness Road No. 295 and Eddy Creek and that wlri of EU_, Section 5 and 3,V/z Section 4. T. 28 N.. R.. 3 W. lying norlh of Eddy Creek. Area No. I - P - McDonahl Cre(,k That par! of Sections 20 and 21 lying west and soulh of Slab Camp Road. T. 29 N R. ,t W.. excepting through tlave] on Slab Camp Road. Area No. 9 - 1' - lleaver Ridge All land within SEt. NW,: SW. NE h,: NW'I SE'I of Section 6, T. 30 N,. R. ]1 W. Area No. 16 - P - 'rllnllel ('reek Thin Dart of Section 31. T. 27 N.. R. 2 W.. lying west of Bi Quilcene River and north of Tunnel Creek: and those harts of Sections 35 and 36. T, 27 N., R: 3 %V. lying nortll of Tunnel Creel(. For p]'utection of the ahoy,, described areas against fife, tile following rule will he enforced: Going into this area or heine upon the land described is prohibited ex- cept ul]dor the ternls of an entry permit issued by the United States Forest Service or as provided hy Law with reference to permanent residents and industrial operations. Anyone violating any such ru']es and regulations or order closing any For- e.st region shall be guilty of a mis- demeanor. Effective from midnight 3uly 12. 1963  to Octoher 10. 1963. Closure requested by United States Forest Service. I:ERT L, COLE, Commissioner Department of Natural Resources Slate of Washington By /s/ Bert L. Cole July 1 1963. 7/11 It INVITATION TO BID 1. Notice to Bidders Sealed bids will be received hy the Board of Direclors of Shelton Consoli- dated Shnol Dish'ict No. 309 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools located at the Evergreen School. 8th and Pine. Shelton. Washington. until 2:00 P.M,. P.D.T.. Tuesday, July 18, 1963. for the General Contract which iu- eludes nieehanieal and electrical work. for the construction of Alterations and Additions for Central Kitchen Facili- nes at the h'en,. S. Reed High School. Alder and Seventh Streets. Shelton. 'a,Mlinton and the said bids will then and there be publicly ot)ened and Chic comfortable two bedr00nls- r*md aloud. Bidders and others proper- nice size living room- nlodern kitc- ly interes[ed are invited to be present hell - electric heat - This home at the hid openin o'. Bids received after the tilno fixed for ()l)(,nlu cannel lie completely furnished small yard - censidered. separate garage - Ideal for couple starting out or retired couple cement foundation wonderful' view of Mts. All this for $6500. NESTLED IN THE WOODS PEACEFUL - SECLUDED Two homes on five acres-clean and very little left to do-nice gard- en spot-some out buildings - Make a cash offer and get a good buy - He will take anything over $3250. HILLCREST SPECIAL This two bedroom home is loca- ted close to stores, schools and churches - fenced yard - all plas- ter and in excellent shape - brand new oil burnace - full basement - lots of storage - Priced for $12,- 500. MOUNTAIN VIEW GEM This compact home has two nice bedrooms - large living room- roomy kitchen - utility room - garage - fenced yard - Also in- cludes some furniture for only AS PIE TO GET IN THIS HOME Only need a small amount to get in this two bedroom home - good size lk, ing room - utility room - fenced large yard Priced for $4750 for a quick sale. Better check. OWNER TRANSFERRED SO MUST SELL This appealing home is ready to move in immediately. It has had excellent care - Three bed- rooms - Carpeted living room with fireplace - Modern easy care kitch- en with dining area - Easy to heat - Big garage with lots of stor- age room Ontdoor patio and fenced yard - Nice neighborhoo(l. A steal for $12 750. COUNTRY LIVING AT THE VERY BEST Located ony five miles out - This lovely two bedroom home has a den too. All recently remodel- ed - 2 car garage and lots of storage space - Located on one acre - Priced'for $12,500. DEAL LOCATION PERFECT NEIGHBORHOOD 3 family size bedrooms - living room with fireplace - separate din- mg room - kitchen is loaded with cupboards - utility room - electric heat - lovely recreatio romri With separate entrance- outdoor patio located on Angleside for $14,900. LOTS FOR SALE Overlooking the Bay ell Bay- shore road. $1300. 200 feet of waterfront and tide- lands - 1500 feet deep - electric pump - dug well - small one room cabin - $8750. ANGLE AGENGY Real Estate -- Insurance MERB  Phone 426-8272  DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIEL$ 426-3434 - i 7 i i i i ', I)ar anlent  Specification,% inehlding bid and con- tract f]eeulnents, and drawings, may be examin(d at the offices of the As- sociated General Contractors ill Seattle and Tacoma, the Plan Rureau Seattle, Associated Subcontraeh/rs of Washing- ton. Tacoma. and Olympic Plan Ser- vice Otyml)ia. Vrashington. Bonafide hidders ln0y obtain two sets only at the office of the Architect G. Staeey Bennett. A.I.A.. and Associates. 214 Union Avenue Building, Olympia. Wasbington. ut)Oll deposit of a clleck l)ayat)le to the Architect in the amount of $25.00 for each set. Should a bidder wish additional sets or parts of sets. tie nlay ol/tain ttl(-,nl 1)y paying the cost of reproduction. 3. ]Refund of Deposits The hall amount of deposit for ea('h set of documems secured hy bidders from tbe Arehiteei will be refunded to honafide bidders upon return of th( doenments ill good condition to the Architect's office at or before the ttnie set for opening bids. There will be no refund for tile return of addi- tional sets or parts of sefs. Plan hold- ers who do not sul)mit a bonafide bid and do not return the documents at least three days before the time set for opening hids will forfeit the full antount of lheir deposits. By Order of: Shelton Consolidated School District No. 309 By: Mrs. Doris Hilhnan, Clerk 7/4-11-18 3t Real Estate " 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, fireplace, 108 ft. beach $15,500 Off the Beach 175 ft. lot. 2 creeks, large family home ($14000). Beautiful landscaped with creek: (Hoodsport) $13,900 3 comfortable 2 bedroom homes to cho0s from (Hoodsport) $4,900 arid up. 2 bdto, garage, storeroom, landscape'd, creeR, 148 ft. beach $18,500 Trailer lots $2000 & up No bank beach lots $200 dn. Cottage at Union $2750. (Call Union 898-2263). Business Property Hoodsport Barber Shop anl home $20,000. HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSPORT Phone 877-5511 or 877-5575 Evening I I i , I ,I Legal Publications NO. 2165 N()TI(*E 're ('REI)ITOR, IN THIS SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PRO]-ATE Tn the Mailer ,,f the Estate ot }tAR- LEY C. RICE. Deceased, NOT2CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst the undersigned has been aPt/ointed and has qualilied as lhe Adlninis|rahn" of the Estah, of Harley C, Ri('u de- ceased: that all l, ersons ha'ing claims against said deceased are hereby l'e- qtlired IO serve lhe sanie, duly verified, on the undersigned Adlninistl'ator or his atlorney of record at the address bl.tow stated ahd file the same with the Clerk of the said court together with p]'UOf of Sll(']l service viL]lin six ulonths after ill(, date of first publication of this notice i,r the seine will I)o barred Date of Iirsi inlblication: July 11 1963. GLENN E. CORREA. Administrator GLENN E. COi,REA Attorney for Estale Bell uitding Shelton. Washington 7/11-18-25 8/1 4t NOTICE OF )VATER RIGIIT AI'I'LICATION 0. 17989 STATE OE %VASHINGTON. OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF "WATER RE- SOURCES. Departnll'nt of Conser- vation. Olympia. TAKE NOTICE: That STEPHEN J AND RUBY D, WANTAK of Shelton. Wasilington on 3une 21 1963. filed aPl)lication for per- mit to diver] the t)ublic waters of 2 unnanled sprlllgS and Skaokuin Creek tributary of Skookum Inlet in tile amount of 0.90 second foot. suhject to exis]ing rights, during irrigation season each year for the purpose of irrigation that the approxinmte point of diversion is located within NE;NE1, & NW!NEll (,f See 26 and the SW!.I SEll of See 23 Township 19 N. Range V W,M. in Mason County. Any objections lnnsl h(, accompanied by ;t twu d,fllar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervmor of Watei Resom'ees within lhirty (30) days from July 11 1963. Witness my band and official seal this 24th day of June. 1963. M G. WALKER State Supervisor of Water Resources. 7/4-11 2t NO. 3.175 NOTICE TO CREIMTOR,, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KITSAP COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of VERA A. LU'SK. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lhe undersigned has been appointed and qualified us Administrator of the above entitled estate: that all persons having claims against said deceased are here,b-v requh'ed tO sor\\;'e tile seine duly verified on said Adlninistrator or h s attorney el' reeurd at the address below stated, and file the Same with the Clerk of the said Court. together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same will be barred DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION July 4. 1963. ERNEST H. LUSK Adniinistrator of said Estate ARTHUR & HANLEY Attorneys for Estale Earrison Bull in Brcnlerton Washinglon 7/4-11-18 3t The soul would have no rain- bow had the eyes no tears. --- John Vance Cheney Legal Publications NO. 3164 NOTICE Tt) ('REI, ITOR IN TItE SUPERIOR COPRT ot," "PHI STATE OF WASHINGTON I,'() R MASON COUNTY Ill the Mariner of the Estate of (I. A, SWANSON. Deceased Notice is hereby given that the un- (lei'si2n(>d has been atlPOlllted and this qualified ;is I!]x{,i.tll)'ix of tilt. ('sh]tP el G, A. SWANSON I)ee,ased: that eli l.)el'sons hil\\;'iag clain(s aainsl said de- t'(ased art horehy requil'*,d to serv(" the saliiO, duly v(-rified, oil said Exe- cutrix or her allorn,v (it" i'(cord al tlii ., address below staled, and rite the satin' with the Clerk of said Ccltn'l i(ig('t}ieP with proof (if sucb service within si. nlontbs aftel" the date el first |)tlb]i('a- tion el this notice oi lh,. So)he will bc bal'I'ed Date (if [il'S/ publication J[TLy 4, 1963, /s/ ELIZA J. S.VANSON Ex*,culrix of said Estate. JOHN C. RAGAN .atlorney for Estate Tit](- instu'anee Bhig. Sll('ltou Vashingh)n 7/4-11-t 3t NO. 3458 NOTICE TO ('RE1)ITOR, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ()IV TItE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY Ill ihe Matter of the Estate of ED- GAR M. NICHOLSON. Deceased. RAYMOND L. GAITER is Ihe ap- pointed and qualified Executor of the Last V, rill and Tostanlenl and Said i,- late .f Edgar M, Nichotson. deceased. All persons Ilaving ciainls againsl said esta]e or said deeeasd are reqt]ired tO duly serve the saine upon the Exo* cuter or his aLlOrlley and agent. Roh- ert L. Snyder. and file such eltinl h)getber with proof of service with Ill(? Clerk of said Court within six n,onths after the date of lhe firs pub- lication of this noliec tu-wit: Jme :!7. 1963 or all (|ailllS nol SO served and filed ,,:'ill he forever barred. RAYMOND L. GAITER, Executor Ewin. Indiana ROBERT L. SNYDER 1251h North 5th Stlelton. Washington Attorney for Executor. 6/27 7/d-ll ,3 ,,1, Foursquare Clnlrch 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 r I -- MT. VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sis. Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.n 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 FISHERMEN'S CLUB PU D AUDITORIUM 3rd and Cots SUNDAY, JULY 14 9:30 a.m. film "The Sensitive Sockeye" 10:00 a.m.-- Topic "Spiritual Maturity SAT., JULY 20  WKSTPOIT TRIP FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cots Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, JULY 14 8:30 a.m.lst Service ='WHY BE SAD"? 9:30 a.m.BIBLE STUDY IN GROUPS 11:00 a.m.--2nd Service BROADCAST KMAS (1280) "GOD'S INFLUENCE IN YOUR LIFE" 6:30 p.m.YOUTH AND ADULT PROGRAMS 7:30 p.m.--Evening inspirational Service "WHAT ABOUT A NEW EARTH" WED., JULY 10 7:30 p.m. GROUP BIBLE STUDY SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younglund, pastor ==== == = i ,m ===--m=Jm=.=mmmm==l= uml= = Sunday School ............................................................... 9:45 A.M, Morning Worship ................................................... 11:00 P.M:. Christ's Ambassadors .............................................................. 6:00 P.M. Evangelistic Service ............................................................. 7 : 00 P.M. Wednesday .............................................................. 7:00 P.M'. 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 TNE METHODIST OHUROH North 4th and Pine Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 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 Btble'Schol ...... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetinge 5:30 p.m. W0rhip,. .......... . 11:00 a.m. Family Service '6:30 p.m. Wednesday  Bible Study and Prayer  730 p,m. hild Care Service Available at 11:00 Service FIRST OHUROH OF OHRI00, SOIENTIST 302 Alder. St., Shelton, Wash, Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. Wetuesday eyening testimony meeUngs 8 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room houri l to 4 lra. Mon. & FrL Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45, MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Pastor Sunday School .................................................................... 9:4:5 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a,m. Mooting Worship ........................................ 8:30 a,m. & ll:00 a.lll. ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, %Vashington The Rev. Clarence A, U0dy, Priest 7:30 a.m.-Holy Communion. 9:00 a.m.---Dtvine Worship, St. Andrew's House. Hood Canal. 11:00 a.m.Divine Worship, The Church is always open for meditation and prayer