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rvkm C;USTOM HAYING cut, rake, and bale 426-1201 G7/8-29 EXCAVATING, CLEARING, "grading. hauling. Gordon B. Moore, phone 426-4378. If no answer call 426-1431. M7/8tfn YOUR SINGER Representative will be in Shelton on Tuesday and Thursday for Sale and Service. C~ntact locally Kay's Draperies, 129 Railroad Ave., Shelton, 426-6207 Singer Center on the Mall, South Sound, Lacey, Wash., WlN'S BOAT repair formerly in Tacoma. Repairing, remodeling, painting. 60' boathouse in Shelton. Hoodsport 877-5800. H7/15-8/5 26' CABIN cruiser completely refinished 4 cylinder engine, boat house $3,850. Call 426-2372 or 426-3483. H7/15-8/5 SWANSON BUILT boat. 14 ft. 3.50 horse motor $110. Call 426-4904. N7/15 491-3400. TENT CAMPING trailer, sleeps 5, CHAINS'A~N'slaarpening, sl:~e'dy','; large storage area, spare tire, accurate. Precision grinding. Now hitch.7/ 2101 Madison 426-3230. at Saeger Motor Shop, Hillcrest. S._~.,!8tfn._n__.~ Phone426-4602. 1/15tfn --17 FIBERGLASS cabin cruiser good condition, call 426-4981. TREE TOPPING, falling and N6/17-7/22 clean-up. Phone 426-3532. Mc8/Gtfn BOAT FOR sale Thunderbird Cheyenne model 18 ft. 150 h.p. Mer-Cruise inboard outboard extras, complete canvas calkins trailer mint condition. Asking $3,400 Must see to appreciate. HOOKED WITH a trailer, mobile home, old out-of-date house? Then trade for a new quality 3 bedroom home by ColleCt. Call Frank Tobinski and Associates for free equity appraisals. 426-1818 or 491-3232 Evenings 491-8833. 7/15tfn WILL BABY sit any hours, reasonable rates, call 426-8074 anytime. P7/8-29 BATHROOM AND kitchen remodeling. Roofing, patios, Legal Publications Legal Publications office below stated;and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. That the cause of action herein is for divorce. Charles L. Hyndman Attorney for Plaintiff Charles L. Hyndman Attorney at Law 205 8th Street Hoquiam, Washington 98550 Area Code 206 Telephone 532-3291 6/10-17-24-7/1-8-15-6t SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No10832 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASH I NGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. MARLENE MAE SOLOMON, Plaintiff vs. GRADY OLIVER SOLOMON, JR., Defendant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID GRADY OLIVER SOLOMON, JR, DEFENDANT: NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ACCOUNT No. 4177 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF REUBEN L. BINDARA, Deceased. NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Final Account and Petition for Distribution has been filed with the Clerk of the above Court and the personal representative seeks settlement of the account, distribution of the estate, and discharge, which matters have been set for hearing on the 5th day of August, I971, at 9:30 o'clock a.m., in the Courtroom of the above-entitled Court. /s/Archie Bindara John C. Ragan Attorney at Law Shelton, Washington 98584 Telephone 426-2061 7/15-1t NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4208 urc la By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - A group of 25 Keen High School students from Calvary Church in Portland, Ore., will present a music and drama program at Matlock Community Church at 7:30 p.m. July 16. The program was arranged by Bill Trenckman, a former Matlock area resident. This community was saddened to learn of the unexpected death of Mrs. Kenneth Gribble Saturday morning. Our condolence is offered to her family. Pinochle Party was held at the Grange Hall Saturday night With Dad Goldy as Host. High score went to Dale Armstrong and Edith Snyder, Pinochle to Violet Brazeau and Bill Barnes Sr. Low 426-3613. S7/8-22 YOU are hereby summoned IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF score to Max Cash and Katherine to appear within sixty (60) days THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 9 FOOT step hydro, steering after the date of the first FOR MASON COUNTY. Barnes. Next party July 24 with wheel and crash throttle, newly publication of this Summons, In the Matter of the Estate ofMr. and Mrs. Max Cash host and painted, $75.00. Mercury KG 7 to-wit, within sixty (60) daysJ aS E PH I N E E G R A N T, hostess. motor and parts, $35.00. 14 foot after the 15th day of July, 1971, Deceased. Miss Ellen Carstans of Auburn Mansfield, glassed bottom and and defend the above-entitled The Seattle-First National sides, steering wheel, windshield, action in the above-entitled Bank is the appointed and and Mrs. Edward Shannon of $75.00. Call after 11 a.m. Court, and answer the Complaint qualified executor of said estate. Tacoma were recent visitors at the 426-4036. 7/1-22 of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy Persons having claims against the ElvJn Hearing home. of y our answer upon the deceased are required to serve the Mr. and Mrs Edward Valley undersigned Attorney at his office same in duplicate, duly verified, Pro, ram Jr. and Mrs. Cecil Little of Seattle spent the weekend at their farm here. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Snyder of Veradale are vacationing at Lake Nahwatzel. They spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Townsend. Mr. and Mrs. Elfin Hearing attended the golden wedding party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. K elsey Tanner Sunday at the Skokomish Grange Hall. The Hearings visited Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette at the Adams Hatchery. Mrs. Edward Valley, Mrs. Lud Soothside Rossmaier and Mrs. Wells Mayer are at Pan Handle Lake for the next two weeks cooking for the Grays Harbor 4-Her's. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin spent Thursday in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. Max Nilsson. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons were overnight guests Saturday at the Neal Davis home in Tacoma. Their niece Beverly returned home with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. and Mrs. Louise Green were Tuesday aiternoon guests at Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry and en enjoyed cake celebrate Harold visited at the home Saturday Goodburn home several days st home. Earl got Holly two we grandparents They then vacation at Matlock pot luck Friday. II By MRS. RAY KRATCHA The next meeting will be July Jr., of SOUTHSIDE - June 29 the 24 at 1 p.m. at Helen Bakke,guests .. Live Wires 4-H club held their reported Vicky Bailey. Kratcha" meeting at the home of co-leader Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Sunday Mrs. Edith BedeU. Wetmore were Mrs. Wetmore's Jackie Those present were Kathy nephew and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and carports. Smaller jobs also. Cali below stated; and in case of your on the Executor or the attorney spent Wednesday night with Mr Bailey, Julie Kamin, Sharon James Bennett and four children and Jackie Osborne's 426-6241. 10/15tfn .,--,',~--~------------------------- failure so to do, judgment will be of record at the address stated and Mrs. Hiram Kingery of Johnson, Mrs. Edith Bedell and who came up from California. Thursday BACKHOE SERVICES with late Wanted rendered against you according to below and file the same with the Hunters Prairie. Cheryl Bedell. They came last Wednesday and Mrs RaY the demand of the Complaint,Clerk of this Court, together with model 15 ft backhoe. 15 years Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer In old business Sharon stayedrtOS~tu~ay Carol Waiter experience. Also sewage systems. ~_~-~-~-g which has been filed with the proof of such service within four Top workmanship. Earl T. Marr, Clerk of said Court. months after July 1, 1971, or the returned Saturday evening after Johnson gave a report on State M. re. John KratchaKratcha.. 4-H conference which was held at ! 426-3053. 6/lltfn TIMBER WANTED! Thin yo That the Plaintiff is suing the same will be forever barred,spending a week at Billings, Mont. " '~ timber before you sell! two Defendant for a decree of Seattle-First Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes the Washington State University checks are better than one Call absolute divorce on grounds of National Bank: ST. spent Wednesday in Seattle Campus in Pullman. _ .- --. = .. GENERAL HAULING for free estimates. Highest prices living separate and apart for over Arleigh T. Jones, TopDirt paid. Selective logging, our, twoyears Trust Officer and then Thursday they took We also discussed what they Lawyers To Aid laUDIll'' Sanl -- Pit Run -- Gravel specialty Taylor Bay Logging, John C. Ragan P.O. Box 328, 210 their aunt Mrs. Louise Green are to bring on the hiking trip up ----- " " o ........ " Attorney for Plaintiff West 5th Avenue home to Portland. She had spent to Flap Jack', k " ' 5.Yartt Dump Truck Longbranch, Wash. 884-3778. John C. Ragan ana Loaaer 5/Gtfn Olympia, Washingtong8501 In Rate HI e Hearing Tel. - FRANK -- 426-3153 Attorney at Law Robert L. Snyder the past two weeks here. The In new business they also Light Clearing 3/4tfnWANTED ALDER logs 9" and Shelton, Washington 98584 Barnes also visited friends in discussed what they would be _. _^~+ l Attorney General Slade llaon=~. - up Prefer 10 ft multiples. Top Telephone426-2061 Attorney for Estate prices. Mason Hardwood Co 7/15.22.29.8/5o12.19.6t 125% N. 5th Salem, Ore and returned to their doing for dress revue, which is to "e f Shelton, Washington 98584 home here Saturday. be held in August GarCon has appointed four Seattl , ~ ROY J. 426-3464 days, 426-8109 7/1-8-15-3t Mr and Mrs Sam Valley ofThe next meeting wiUbeheld attorneys as special assistants to Telephone,, evenings. 4/ltfn SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ~ Shelton spent Saturday afternoon July 13, reported Cheryl Bedell represent .the public in Northwen~)bl No. 10831 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION at the Edward Valley home. Last Tuesday evening Mr and rate-increase hearings before the $5,3uu,uv THE SUPERIOR COURT OF No. I0807 Mr and Mrs. William Barnes Mrs Ra KratchavisitedMr'and Washington Utilities & George. Y ttl{ WASHINGTON FOR MASON IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Mrs Jim Guyett of Agate Transportation Commission. Bldg., Sea Porsonal COUNTY. The Four Leaves 4-H Club It is the duty of these Power a~i~ BOBBLE WILLIAM HALLEY, THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR MASON COUNTY. Plaintiff vs. JOAN LIZABETH M A RGA R ET M. THOMAS, -~-------------------- met at leader Helen Bakke July attorneys to help members of the requesteu l0 consuming public who may have James I)., Pile Driving -- constructionLand or Water. tabletsNEW X-1153.00.reducingMoneyplan,back42 STATEHOLLEY'oFDefendant'wASHINGTON TO Plaintiff,Defendant.We JOHN M. THOMAS, Legal Publications The meeting was called to que.s~ons or who may wish to 92,. Wlt~-~ Bulkheads-- Marine Facilities guarantee Evergreen Drug Center. THE SAID JOAN LIZABETH THE STATE OF WASHINGTON order b " " testizy at the public hearing which Natur=,~ y premdent Lisa Wheeler ...... , P7/8-9/9 HOLLEY, DEFENDANT: TO: JOHN M. THOMAS LeslieBoyd ledthe flag is held in each rate case. p e t 1[, ~' Drag Line -- Clam Shell -- Loaders YOU are hereby summoned Y O U A R E H E R E B Y NOTICE salute. They are: $5,500,00,0" Heavy Equip. Hauling DON'T TRAVEL without a travel to appear within sixty (60) days SUMMONED TO APPEAR within rctr~t after the date of the first sixty (60) days from thedateof The regular Port of Shelton Mrs: Bakke collected the dues Clyde H. Maclver, G_o_ tfn accident policy issued while you publication of this Summons, first pubhcation of this Summons, Commission meeting for July 15,There is now $6 55 in the SeattlerFirst National Bank Bldg., consum +~ wait, one day to 180 days. Angleto-wit, within sixty (60) days to-wit, within sixty (60) days 1971 has been cancelled, treasurV ~ " - Seattle,I for the $24,900,000 one OI ;h;r HAND SAWS Agency. 426-8272.6/24tfn after the 15th day of July, 1971, from the 15th day of July, 1971, By President, and defend the above-entitled and. defend the above-entitled Jim Pauley Ev;Go(rwin read the minutes; increase asked by Pacific mai],:atwill & TABLE SAWS SECRET. . LOSE water weight, action in the above-entitled action in the above-entitled Court By John C Temple Th~ ,iT1 ...... t-~,t/,n their"Northwest Bell Telephone ln~= .... body bloat, puffiness, etc. X-Pel Coui't, and answer the Complaint and answer the Complaint of the .... E,. ............ .... :-=~ua~. water pills only $3.00 or money of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your Manager 7/15-1t camp sign. Company. . 1new,- back guarantee. Evergreen Drug. of your answer upon the A.nswer upon the undersigned 1714 Jefferson (Mr. View) P7/1-9/2 undersigned Attorney at his office attorneys for the Plaintiff, at their below stated; and in case of your addressbelow stated; and in case First Church of Christ, Ph. 426-6687 s/u,, CONFIDENTIAL CARE for failure so to do, judgment willbe at your failure to do so judgment ~,J ~ :: -;.~ :~:~ ' ' ' " :~" '" .... ~'~ : '~:1tWtS'~~ 302 Alder St ,Shelton,Wash ............ tttCTROtUX SAltS UGN Agency. ~ calls ~ered =~lalnst you accordlngto. wH, be. rendered. against you . the demand of the Complaint, according to the "demand -of the Sunday School ll.O0a m --ChurCh ll: accepted. Florence Crittenton which has been filed with the Complaint Which has been filed Wednesday evening testimony meetings SaJes -- Serwce .... Supplies +Reading room located in church. Readir Home. PA 2-8004. Box 8944, Clerk of said Court. with the Clerk of said Court. . ~ m ~ m ~ r ; CALL 426-3544 Seattle, Wa 98178.8/28tfn That the Plaintiff is suing the You are notified that this is a 1 " ,t ,, ] ; 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. .... Defendant for a decree of surf by the Plaintiff to. obtain a GOD For free delivery - Jack Manley NEED CASH? We buy or consign absolute divorce on grounds of decree of divorce severing the 1 almost anything. Tropics living separate and apart for over bonds of matrimony existing ANDTHE / Church++ * i/: + 8/20tfn Ballroom Auction, Olympia two years, between the Plaintiff and the DRUG SCENE / 910 East Dearborn I I .... I=IDC'I' IPI, IDIeTIAN DAY It SONS 943-9949. D2/26tfn John C. Ragan Defendant on the ground of cruel LEWIS B WYSONG, Pastor u-u~u ~l=~=~ =ar~ Bo~ ard Attorney for Plaintiff treatment and personal indignities Young people will tell how | ' I: I : Arcadiaand Lake ._:, CUSTOM ALCOHOLISM INFORMATION John C Ragan rendering the Plaintiff s life they were freed from / .. . _ __ I I EDCHAMBERLAIN,M'rIs~r~ and Referral center 428 Birch St Attorney at Law burdensome, to award to the depending on drugs and how / ?unaay~c,oo,...,...?:~_.~. I I Bible School ... .... 9:45 a:m. Family ,er ROTOVATING Shelton Phone 426-4407. Shelton, Washington 98584 Plaintiff her personal effects and they gained mean ng n the r J Mornlngwo,rs.nlp .. L~:uu_a.m.| I Worship ................... -''';r'~ Lawns, Gardens, Farm work -- 2 S2/12tfn Telephone 426-2061 belongings, to restore the Plaintiff I I i_esu t h r n . n h an / l. Y S ~. (.;hoersuu P " " " t le Cud and pray ' " " " = ...... 7" ~m" " Wednesday --B'b S Y " machines no job too large or 7/15-22-29-8/5-12-19-6tto her maiden nameOstermeyer, undes gofGod. | .... ~1.... .....,....~.__ I ChddCareServlceAval r tandin Evenin Service :00 p ..... lable at 1 j.~ small. 426-8750 4/9tfn and for such other and further Pets, Livestock RESOLUTION NO. 282 relief as to the Court seems Broadcast this Sunday over: __~ ,_ equitable. KXA '70Kc 8:45a.m. // II ., cho ," " LANE HOUSE MOVING WHEREAS, a study has been Don W Taylor made by the City Engineer and Of Fristoe, Taylor & KGY 1240 Ke 10:~5 ,m FIRST BAPTIST St. Dav td s L " F O U R" Y E A R o' d approved by the Commissioner of Schultz, Ltd., P.S. /I I I Houses Raised, Foundations Appaloosa-quarter horse mare. Public Works in which a six (6) Attorneys for Plaintiff the TRUTH [I CHURCH II Fourth& Cedar Shelton,washil~jt0" and Leveling Needs some training. $250. year program has been compiledFristoe, Taylor & Eleven-year-old quarter horse and showing the street location; Schultz, Ltd., P.S. 5th and Cola Phone 426-8147 thoroughbred mare. Spirited butimprovement that is to be madeOffice & Post Office Address: ___ / I Downtown Shelton I | 8:00 A.M.- Holy CommuniOn ., gentle:$200.426-14317/8tfn within the six (6) year period; andthe estimated cost of such Suite1, Professional Arts BIdg.11th & Washington Streets that IIEAL$ /I ''"1'" '1 10"OOA--Family Service-~,r,~/'" 1/27 tfn improvement;and Olympia. Washiogton98501 c,eo .,o..r,. / I Speake'HU HSAL'SB R ! t ' FOR SALE or trade -- horses. WHEREAS. it is necessary to 7/15-22-29-8/5-12-19-6t cl r=$t anS r | TheChurchisalwaysMpenfrmeditatinanuv ' BOB OGDEN part Arab, part Saddlebred. Phone have a public hearing prior to the Olympia 357-3865. After 6 p.m. adoption of said program, _ ~ ~ I "THE GOD | .... Installation Service W7/1-22 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS NOTICE OF CLOSII~IG + oo++ o+s o os i +: ! Carpeting-Formica- AKC REGISTERED Brittany CITY COMMISSION OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY Spaniel pups, good hunting stock CITY OF SHELTON AS GIVEN: That the Registration hi Ceramic and Linoleum or great for children. Special FOLLOWS: ~on 898-2132. P7/15-8/5 1. That a public hearing of the Books for Kamilche Precinct, proposed six (6) year road lying wholly within the Licensed, Bonded FOUR YEAR old gelding, with program of the City of Shelton boundaries of School District No. & Insured saddle and bridle. Reasonable. will be held on Tuesday, July 27, 401, Mason County Washington, 426-8808. 7/15tfn 1971 at 8:30 o'clock pm in the will be closed for' ORIGINAL City Commission Room at City REGISTRATIONS on Sunday, July 17, 1971, until the day ~ !~i Phone 426-3155 Hall, in Shelton Washington. following a Special E ection to be over 20 Ibs. All cement in and out 2. That written or oral held by School District No. 401, iI 3/6 tfn runway. $1.75 per day Mel Ru objections should be filed with on Tuesday, August17, 1971. Kennels426-2387. NG/10tfn the City Commission at the said HOWEVER, Registration sw...o oos sieur+or,+ Books wi reman ash*orI i K-9 KLIPS, professional pood e IN T R O D U C E D A N D TRANSFERS only, throughUnited Methodist Church i' Septic Tank clipping and pet grooming. Call PASSED IN regular Commission Saturday, July 31, 1971. Said SH|tTON CHURCH t~fe bulldozing, backhoe Mrs. Kimball for appointment, meeting this 13th day of July, Transfers covering only the voters and dump trt~ck service 426-8988.8/31tfn " 1971ity of Shelton, Six Year moving from some other Precinct G and King Streets to the above named precinc~ REV. WI LLI~ M ANDREWS, Minister Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd Surge water conditioners. DOG CLIPPING and grooming. Construction Program 1972 -- DATED this 7th day of July, Summer Services: 10:00 a.m. Lowell Keene, Pastor ..,~'~l For appointment, call Mrs. 1977, Arterial Streets: 1971. Church School begins at 9:00 a.m. Sunday School .................... i-' IR LaMont. 426-4164. L9/17tfn Fairmount-U. S. 101 to Ruth E. Boysen _ U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. Morning Worship ................. " , ~' N.P.R.R, Gr., Dr, Pave, 0.72 Auditor & Registrar for ~ miles, Estimate of Cost Mason County, Washington Junior Fellowship ............ "' . Shelton, 31d, g .~en broke1972-38,000, 1973-40,000,- Evening Service ...' ............... i" R/6 tfn Phone 426-6152. 7/15-1t CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS 426-6539 FIVE YEAR old, green broke [ I gelding pony. Pho ie 42 -6152. Total-78,000; Puget-Dickinson to I ! F4/22tfn ~ Fairmount, RIw., Cr., Dr., Pave, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ~~U-'-~RTRALIAN 0.26 miles, Cost Estimate TO FILE CLAIMS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 1972-8,000, 1974-20,000, No. 4209 IPriesthoodMeetng .9 15am. ._.===~~ Septic Tanks terrier male puppies Phone Total-28,000. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF I Sunday Schom ........................... 11 00 a.m 426-6152. F3/25tfn "K" St. -Sherwood to 13th, THE STATE OF WASHINGTON tSacramentMeet,n ............................ ::.5:0?p.m. hermen's , , Drainfields Gr., Dr., Pave, Curbs, Wk., 0.17 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF ............................ Fie miles, cost estimate 1974-8,000, MASON. (IN PROBATE). .- ___ 1975.77-20,000, Total-28,000; IN THE MATTER OF THr- PUD AUDITORIUM--3rd&Ct . SHELTON SEPTIC -l l-PuWkotions 13th St-"E" St. to Shelton Sprs. ESTATE OF CLYDE REASON. , From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every sunday Rd., Gr., Dr., Pave, Curbs, 0.59 N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y FCl I th L the h h miles, cost estimate ]974-12,000, GIVEN, that Letters of U ran .urc SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1971 TANK CO. ~ 19757768ooo Total-80,000; Administration on the Estate of Northcliff Rd., 13th to 1st., Dr., 7th and Franklin Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Shelton freeway - Kamllche Interchange 426..3300 7/15-22 II CABINETS Quality -- Heasonable FREE EXACT PRICE PH. 482-2514 ELMA 7/15-8/5 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 THOMPSON, UeTenoant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID BETHANY LOU THOMPSON, DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty JG0) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty days after the lOth day of June, 197 1, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney at his Pave, 0.61 miles, cost estimate 1975-77-60,000, Total-60,000. 7th St., Angleside to Alder, Gr, Dr, Pave, Curbs, 0.44 miles, cost estimate 1972-98,000, Total-98,000; Ravenna Way, 7th to 10th., Gr., Dr., Pave, Curbs, 0.1 6 m lies, cost estimate 1972-42 000 Total 42,000; Shelton S'prs. ~d.-13th to WCL, Pave, Dr., 0.51 miles, 1973-19,000, Total 19,000. Railroad Ave-llth to WCL, Pave, 0.35 miles, cost estimate 1975-77-13,000, Total 13,000; 10th St.-Thomas to Wyandotte, Gr., Dr., Pave, 0.35 miles, cost estimate 1972-8,000, 1973-30,000, Total-38,000; San Joaquin-Magnolia to Chestnut,' Gr., Dr., Pave, 0.56 miles, cost estimate 1972-68,000, Total-68,000. 7/15-1t Page 18 - :shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 15, 1971 CLYDE REASON, were granted to the undersigned, on the 25th day of June, ]~971, by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at the office of my attorney, Frank J. Owens of Owens & Johnson 607 Capitol 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 WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:15 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-861 | THE FRIENDLY CHURCH SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor Sunday School .... Morning Worship ...... i ........... .... " ....... 9:45 a.m. christ s Ambassadors ....... " .............. 11:00 a,m, ....... ' ...... ,,. +:,, ...... ,6.:00 p.m, Evangelistic Service ....... wednesday-Bible Study & Pra~,'er" i : ............... 7:00 p.m. REVIvALTIME, Sunday, KGDN .. ~::: : .......... 7:00 p.m. .......... 3:00 p.m. Minister Speaker: REV. GENE.KNAUTZ NORTHslDE BA Phone 426"248 ev. ! 23 W. C. St. at Olympic HwY. I Bible Study ................... "' Worship ........................ Christian Training ......... ........ " Tuesday - Prayer Service & Bible studY " SEE AND HEAR i JUNE 15 Through 191 7:30 p.m. Thurs.-Sun.