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A Credit Program To Suit You at LUHBERHEH&apos;S MERCANTILE SO much has been said about Lumber- men's everyday low prices that we've forgotten to point out the wide choice of credit programs that Lumbermen's offers you. Maybe One of these suits your exact needs. REGULAR 3g-DAY OPEN ACCOUNT For normal needs. Easily establish- I i ed i NINETY-DAY OPEN ACCOUNT- For purchases a little larger than usual. SIX - MONTH REVOLVA - BILT AC- COUNTS -- For "Do-it-Yourselfers" who want a continuing credit program. An open-end account with credit equal to six times your monthly payment. REMODELING AND HOME IMPROVE- MENT LOANS -- WHERE THE CUS- TOMER DOES THE WORK. Nothing Down and Up to 5 years to Pay on As Much as $4,500. LUMBERMEN'S OP- ERATES ITS OWN FINANCE COMP- ANY In Order to Handle Your Financing Situation Better. HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS WHERE LM DOES THE WORK -- Lumbermen's Home Improvement Divis- ion provides both the Labor and Materials at a COMPLETE PACKAGE PRICE Re- member, Lumbermen's offers the North- west's most Complete Program for the Home Owner with our 4 Big Yards to Serve You. 11 VACATION AND LEISURE HOME PROGRAM (FOR YOUR SECON D HOME)  Through Lumbermen's Fin- ance Company we can furnish the mater- ials and write a program that best suits your ability to pay. CONTRACTOR CREDIT- Lumbermen's is prepared to design a financing program to fit the contractor's specific need s. Lum- bermen's provides all the normal ar- rangements, but also provides ways of financing and assisting with the unusual situation as well. WHY DON'T YOU @EN A ,OREDIT ACOOUNT M LUMBERMEN'S MERGAN. TILE THIS WEEKEND? SHELTON First and PINE 426-4393 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. till 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a,m. till 4:30 p.m. Fair Grounds Get Power Line Crews from PUD 3 Saturday be- gan the installation of an elec- tric power line to the New Ma- son County Fair grounds. The workers all donated their time to help the Fair Association get the new grounds ready for operation '.or the Aug. 23-25 event. Starting to work about 6:30 a.m. Saturday, they got the line com- 31eted as far as the entrance to the grounds on Highway 101 by 1:30 p.m The rest of the project rill be completed this Saturday. Construction of the power line .vas held up for several weeks waiting approval from Federal ,viation authorities who had to xpprove the plans, Assisting with the work Satur- day were Larry Burfiend, HarrY Peterson, Floyd Borst, Jinx Flet- cher, Charlte Dale Jr., Lloyd Good, ;eorge Waite, Jr,, Don Rutherford, lohn Alexson, Wilbur Flint Jay Umpbenour and Jerry Samples, all from PUD 3 and James Reeder rom PUD 1 at Potlatch. In the above picture, one of the crew members work on the line from one of the PUD trucks which were used on the job. ACCIDENTS (Continued n.om page 1) ton General and was released. Passengers in the Lookabill car were Koberts Nicali and Robert Stockstill, both Navy men aboard the Ben Heroine Richard docked at Bremerton. NICALI WAS treated at the hospital and released Saturday, Stockstill was not hospitalized, The accident occured, the State Patrol said, when Lookabill. suth- bound on Highway 101, saw traf- fic stopped for a left turn onto Cole Road and applied his brakes, skidding into the other lane of traffic into the path of the North- bound Stone vehicle. The accident was investigated by State Trooper Robert Fur- seth assisted by the Mason Coun- ty Sheriff's office and the Shel- ton Police Department. 40 and 8 Elects Officers Without contests except for the wo Cheminot offices, Voiture 135 of the 40 & 8 elected 1963-64 0f- _cers at its July promenade last I"hursday. The new officers are Roy Clin- ton. Chef de Gare (succeeding Frank Travis Jr.); Jay umphe- hour , Chef de Train; E d Faubert. CorreJpoadant; Delbert West0n, Conducteur; Bert Hoard, Commis ;ntendant; Phil Durand. Guard de _a Porte: Harry Pizorski, Lamp- <ste: Buzz Phillips, Comis Voyag- eur; Dr. R. W. Norvold, Aummon- ier; Dr. B. N. Collier, Medicin; Glen Correa, Avocat; Bill Diekie. Guard la Prisonnier; John Luhm (3 yearst and Enaie Campbell (2 yearsl Cheminots, Glen Gardner is a one-year Cheminot holdover. Renewal of the lease on the Vets Chlb premises at 113 Cota Street was approved by the mem- bership on recommendation of the Cheminots. The new officers will be in- stalled Aug. i by Grand Chef de Gare Ray Petermeyer of Tacoma. School To Open Bids On Central Kitd00en Today The Shelton School District will open bids at 2 p.m. today Qh the constructio work for the new central kitchen planned in the Irene S. Reed building. The first bids received on the construcUon-wor k were all reject- ed after hey were opened "last month because they exceeded the amount of money available for the project. Architect G. Staaey Benhett, Olympia, revised the plans making some eliminations to bring the cost within the amount of money avail- able and the bids were readver- Used for opening today. Bids on tbe eqmPment were held for action after the construc- tion bids were opened, They were in line with estimated costs. POLICE COURT Four persons were o the doc- ket in Shelton Police Court Mon- day'hight before Judge Belle Hal- bert. They were Paul A. Wheaten speeding, $12 fol'feit; James M. Richardson, no arterial stop, $29 forfeit; William L. Morris, no valid operator's license, $29 forfeit; Wellington M. Byrd, druRk in public, $25 forfeit. MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GUl --EAT OUT OFTEN- MINOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN 17 Olympic Highw$,y 1W. _ on ML View "COME AS YOU ARE, VE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG H@T DOGS LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT 4 Ues rom Hoodspo,t on Lake Cushman Dine Over The Water in the Panoramic Dining Room CHAR-BROILED STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN Cocktails in the LIARS' DEN Banquets  Parties Phone 877-5388 for reservations if desiced 1 miles East . WALT'S ROBIN HOOD LODGE o Unfon o. the 6nal AN ENCHANTING ATMOSPHERE --FEATURING HOME MADE PIES AND PASTRIES QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME MILLO'S DINER o- Hooa ca=l , Pouath on 14ighway i01 BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER -- Our Specialty BROASTED CHICKEN (finger-lickmx' good) We feature SE&FOOD, tool DAIRY Q.UE!gN m z*om ut m. -- - " ---- Recognizedas THE p!aee for thick SHAKerS D2kIRY QUEEN'S kitchen __ ihMouRGERS and FR! ES. Phone 426r8091 THE GROVE CA![E Hih,y z01 i t,  tl LUNGHES  DINNERS STEAKS -- SEAFOOD --- CHICKEN DINNERS OPEN 11 A.M. TO !2 M!NIGHT Phone 877-557 - Fred W i|lims, Prop. THE OYSTER HOUSE s miles West of Belfalr " on Hood Canal We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES Complete Variety of DINNERS SEAFOODS GATEWAY CAFE  miles So.th a to. on the Olympic HighWay BREAKFAST -- LUNCH -- DINNER Prime Rib and Steak Seafood Homemade Pies Dinne, r Parties Invited Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p,m. MAMIE'S GRILL x93 Olymple Highway North on Mountain View BREAKFAST -- LUNCH -- DINNER Special Dinners Daily -- Fried Clams -- Oysters Buckwheat Hotcakes Anytime "WE MAKlg OUR OWN PIES! i t tO'I'ICi; (IF SllF, LI,FISII AI.I,Lq I,'IiOM STATE I{ESEILVI';N STATE OF WASHINfI-TON. DFPART- M'FNT OF F4SHERIES Thiie of Sill(,: Jaly 30. 1963 Place off Sale: Nhelton, Washington Under provisbnis ol Gem, ral Order No. 248 promulgated by tile Dir.etor el Fisherie. of lhe State .f Washington under aullmrily of R.C.W. 75.24.070, notice is hereby given of the sale of Pacific Oysters and Mallila Clams from the Oakland Bay Oyster Reserves and Pacific Oymers from the North Bay Reserves in Mason County, su0- ject to tile following lerlns and eondi- tiDes : 1. The sale shall be by public auc- tion lipid in tim court rOOllt. 4[[lsl)n County Courtll(mse. Shelton. WashinR'- ton. on Tuesday. 3uly 30. 1963 at 10:00 A.M The removal Of oysters end'/or clams 'may begin Thursday. August 1. 1968.. h'om oyster "picking" or clam '.'dig'ging" tracts. PuTchasers of 0y- sters will he required to make an earnest' money paymont of 50(/, of the value of the oysters as established b," the .bid pt']ce per busliel times nUnlber of busliels estimated to be ,n the tract. Purchasers of clams will oe required tO niake all earnest rno- ley paymem of M00.00 on each tract purchased. Payment shall he made witlfin seven (7) days of the date of purchase and prior to the time of re- ITioval of any oysters el' clalllS. Azuollnt of payment will he credited to the b'tSyer. Any bid may be rejected for cause. . All areas may be inspected be- fore the date of sale by arrangement ,lith the oyster cultuvist in charge. ketch maps. are available. 3. Oyster tracts will be designated tracts No. 1. 2. 3. and 4. Clam tracts will be designated tracts. "A". "B" and "C", ' . The oysters on tracts No. 1, 2, and 3. will be said to tile highest bid- der. pkyment will be based on tile nunlber Of bushels removed fr[llll tile tract calculated on a basis whereby L25 cubic feat of oysters and sleli .equals one bushel.. Tiiere will be no 'shell allowance. The successful bid- der .slYall have the right to remove oysters fronf this tract under condi- tions specified until August 31 1963. 5. The oysters on tract No. 4. will Ie uold to the highest bidder on a "lot" basis whereby all oyhters on t'raet will le sold as one lot. Tile sceessful bidder sh'dl have the right 16 remove oysters from this tract uu- dee conditions specified until August 31, lY68. 6. The clams on each clam tract will bd Cold to ttie higiest bidder, pay- meat Will" be based on the number Of bushels of clams removed from the al'el calculated on a basis whereby 1.25 cubic feet of clams equal one bush- el or as an alternate, 65 pounds of clams will also be deemed to equal one bshel. The stlCcessful bidders will have the right to renmve elBana from these tracts under onditiops specified until September 30, 1963. Hand dig- fling only will be permitted. 7. The Paciflc Coast Oyster Growers Ass0ciation nlay, if they so deMra, ap- lioiht qualified rep/'esentatives to be present at all times during the sale. All expenses of these representatives shll be paid.'by the association. 8. Oakland Bay Oyster Reserves are located within a Shellfish restricted area as defined in General Order 413. OysierS may not be removed from ret$tricted areas without first obtain- ing an Oyster Culture Transfer Per- rbit from Shellfish Dvision. Depart- ment of Fisheries. 9. :Buyers shall, in advance of any removal of oysters or clams fronl the Reserves obtain from the Department of 'isheries an oyster reserve license (fee $15.00} as required by R.C.W. 75.28.290. 10. The Director f Fisheries reserves the right to limit the number of bush- els of oysters or clams which may be ld to any one licensee notwithstand- ing any of the other provisions iere- in set forth. Tile Director further reserves tile rigM to declare the sale of oysters or clams from any tract vbid if: (a) The required earnest money pay- meat is not received within the re- quired time limit. (I)) The oysters or clams are being improperly harvested, ie, dredging on a picking oi" hand digging tract, ete. (e) In the oI)inion of the biologist in charge and after tile expiration of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase inadequate ilarvest4ng of oysters or clanls has taken place. (d) Violation of any of the terms or c(mditions of this sale. In the event of sucl action by tile Directdr, any earliest inone.y renlain- ing on such tract shall be forfeited and the oysters or clams may again be 0ffercff for sale at the price es- tablished at. time of sale In the. event tWO or nlore buyers are interested in such tract, the successful buyer shall be determined by lot. 11. Within twenty-four (24) hours of tte redeltt of each invoice, the buyer ' will be marked by sial(as, flags and/()}' other uilable nmrkers. Although oy- SICI' au(l Chqla areas ([(-sl llated aFe within the biiundarics of tile Reserve. file lines el I)t'lvately oWlled glounds and reseFve [)()lllldal'lt'S life olt(,ll coln- ('i(lentul lines. Respecl el these Donnu- aries is vel'y llil[hH'[ant. It is cxiu'essly Iln(iersl H)(t tile| the StlltO el" W:lshiua- l(,n d,!os not Slh'('i l'i('a I ly g It;l/';I nl('e lliese ll(ulndaries :in(] linos, Tborcl'ore zl is the responsibility o1 each pick- Ing el'eW I'ol'Cl(lan or etalu f|il2glll foI'c = Ioaa tO inake eer(ain thal alJ ht[l'VCS(- ing is done w'itilin acc(!]lt(d bol(lldaries All tracts offered in this sale are tully aeces.at)te by water. II is hereby de ('lared alld ext)ress]" tlndei'sh)od lhal gaining jlorl/lissil)n h) i)ilss ti'l't'l' privIllt: plol)vrly is slri('l y ttl,' resl)Ollsibitit3 of (bt! buy('r. 17. Additional inrornlali(m on this sale iliay be had by writing the Wasll- il(gtott Stale Shellfish Luborat(,ry, Star Route 2. BFlnnon. Wasbing'lou. ot b3 railing 796-2185. OAKLAND BAY RESERVE OYSTER TRACTS Tract ] in('ludes dyke 8 dyke 16 and the eastern ram-third of dyke ll. con- laths 1050 bushels nllirt= or tess O] oysters and will be open tO picking only, The western porti(,n of dyke 14 is a h,st ph)l area add is specifically exeh|ded Test plot will be well marked with stakes and flags. Mininmm ac- ceptable l)id will Iw 2,Dc pl.r gross bush- el of oyslers. TIwre will be no shell allawance. Tract 2. inchldos dyke 1 and dyke 2. eontsins 650 bushels iIlo('e (,r less el oysters and will bc ipen/(I to picking only. Minnntnu a(.cephlble bid will b(- 25e per gross 1)Llshel of (lySlelS. There will be Ill) sh(ll a]l(Iwan('eL Tract 3. includes dyke 3. dyke .5 and 6, contains 1700 bushels Iliore el' ]t,s of oysters and will be open to picking only. Minimum aceeptabh bid will be 25C per gross luls]lel (if oysters T]lcre will be no shell allowance. OAKLA=TD BAY RESERVES CLAM TRACTS Tract "A". That area cOral)rising the exi'elne north-easteI'ly portion o( Reserve "C" and lies on tile norlh sidc of the channel connteting the inncr arid outer i,eNervea. It cxteuds a])pl,OX- imately froln the extrenle eastcrly cot'- Iler of dyke 17 to the no['til-east corner of Reserve "C". a distance of about 8 chains. The small detached area ad- jacent to dyke 17 lhat I)arcs at extreme low tide is not inchtded. The eastern boundary of tract lllay be deterniined by lining up the o1(1 pawor poles on tbe upland as a range. Clams will he sold on a stmopage basis. Minimum acceptable bid--3c per polmd, $1.95 per bushel. Traet "B". That area comprising the extreme south-westerly p(,rtion of Re- serve "D", abutting Tract "A" and extending along the shore in a north- easterly direction approximately 8.5 ctmins The westerly boundary may be determined by lining up the old pow- er poles on the ul)land as a range. Clams will be sold on a stlnnpage basis. Mininmn| ac('eptabh bid will be 3c per pound. $1.95 per busttel. Tract "C", That arcs in Reserv "B" tkat lies on the south side of the chan- nel directly across from Tract "A" It is approximately 8.5 chains In lengtiL Clams will be sold on a stuml)age basis. Mininmm acc0ptable bid will be 3e pet' l)ound, $1.95 per bushel. NORTH BAY RESERVES Tract No. 4. All of that area within the North Bay Rese]'ves with the ex- ception of certain test plots which are well marked and specifically excluded. Oysters are widely scattered and no ouantitative appraisal has been made for ahnost one year. It is believed, however, that yield Mot|ld run between 500 and 1,000 bushels. Sale of these oysters will be (m a lai basis. Mini- nmm acceptable bid will be one hund- red dollars. (I00.0(i). GEORGE . STARLUND, Director Department of Fisheries 7/18 It COUNTY ROAD PROJECT NO. 423 In tile matLcr of C.R.P. No. 423 to be eonstrueted on qason County Road known locally as tile Youth Camp road. and more specifically located in NE Sec. 7 Twp. 23 N. R 1 W.W.M. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS titat it is their intention to appiy light bituminous surface treat- ment 18 ft. wide to approximately 2.1 miles of gravel "road. and that said work is to be performed by day labor in accordance with tile Washington State Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- tion as adopted by Mason Coualy. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described County Road Pro- ject is necessary and proper, and the estimated costs of said project are herewith set out in detail as follows: Road Construction $5.200.00 ('AI,1, POll RII),K Sealed ids will i)e re('oived at (he office ,[ 1he l\\;iason Cou.rl|y Collit/iis- sh)ners unlil 11:00 A.M.. i{(Jnday, July 2:1. 196'1. for furnishing tason Counly with lw(i (2) 1963 lllo(llq [.(,Ih-dota ' S e d a O S Tile Cl)unty Cttllleli/pliltos 1;'ading ill ,hie (]) 1957 Fi,rd Iour-dool ' scdan 3rid t'*','( (2) 1959 llltJr-(hii)l' sedans ill Jleir oxisting (.,ind ltitln. ('X('l lit l'tll radio alnl elilerg('acy eqtllpnll,nl+, wiiicl will be reliloved. The .'l)e(if!e:(tions will be availat)b al tho lillson CO/llll" Sh'riff's office ill (he ({lul'[bt)us(, i11 Sbelton. Nasll- illKl eli. Tile prices sitalt lie f.o.b. Sbelton. WashingI(in. and d ,livered within 60 days h(mi date ot awarding hid. Pay- .nellt Ill net billing for said uaits will be lnadc fronl ellleFgency funds. Hearing on whicil will be held fol- lowing the opening of bids. Awardillg f any SUC('essfui bid will bc tllade 411bseqtlPnt to enlcrgency bearing dale. The County reserves the righl to reject any or all bids oz' io aceept .tie bid deeltled IllOS[ advantage(us It) he Coullty. DATED at S]lellC)ll. Wasiliuffton. tliis qlh day el July. 1963. Board O[ Uounty Cotonlissioncrs (if lason County. Washington. By C. Nolan Mason County Auditor and Ex-Officio Ch,rk of the Board. 7/18 It CALL FOR BID8 Notice is hereby given thal the Board )f Commissioners of Public Utility District Na. 3 of Mason County, Wash- ngton do(,s hereby invite sealed pro- posais for supp[yhtg a three phase .'oltage /)clostinK auto-lransfornler ill accordance with Si)ecifications No. 103 )btainabh. from the District upon re- quest. Prop<,sa]s for furnishing tiffs trans- fo/'l(ler nlLlSt be sealed and filed al :lie District's office in Sit,.lion Vtml- ington on Au'ust 191h,. 1963 at 1:00 P.M. Pacific Daylight Tim(.. Each bid stroll be accompanied by a bid bond. in an alIiount nol less thail 5 /, of tile alIlount bid. willl It eorp- orate SLlrety licensed ill do bllsiness in tiffs State. and no bid will be eon- sidered unless aceotnpan[e4 by sadeh a bid bond. At the time and place named, such bids will i)e opened and read attd th6 Conmtissioners will pro- ceed to canvass the bids and may let the contract lo t]te lowest responsihle bidder ui)on the specifications. The ConulliSsioncrs reserve tile unqualified right in their sule and at)solute dis- cretion to reject any and all bids, and to accept the bid wlfich in their sole and absolute judgment, will. undei- all circumstances best serve the in. terests of the District. Public Utility District No, 3 of Mason County EDWIN W. TAYLOR Secretary 7/18-25 8/1-8-15 5t NO. 3471 NOTICE 're CREDITOR, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of thc Estate of ETHEL LUMSDEN. Deceased. Jerry M. Lumsdcn is tile appointed and qualified Administrator of said estate. All persons having clain]s against said deceased are rcquired to serve the same in duplicate, duly ver- ified, on said. Administrator or his attorney, Robert L. Snyder. at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of said Court. together with proof of sucit service, within six months after |he date of first publi- cation of this notice or the same will be barred. DATE of first publication: July 18. 1963, JERRY M. LUMSDEN Adnfinistrator 1539 E. Fairmont Shelton, Washington ROBERT L. SNYDER 125, No. Fiftlt Shelton. Wash. 7/18-25 8/1 3t NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR CLOURE OF OPEN RANGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with a Petition present- ed to the Board of County Conunis- stoners at their regular meeting on Monday, July 8. 1963. said Petition being signed by cightecn residents, or -property owners, in the Matiock area, that the said Board has set a date )f Hearing on lhc nlalter for 11:00 A.M.. Monday. August 5. 1963. The area requested in the Petition -o be closed to open range comprises all the area now open and contahled within tile following: Township 19 North. Range 6 West, W.M. Township 19 North. Range 5 West. W.M. shall pay by check to the Fisheries Departmeut, the amount of that in- voice, or is an alternate method of payment, each buyer nmy pay by check on Friday of each week the total amount of invoices for that week pro- riding he first post a surety bond of $i000.00 with the Department of Fish- ere. 1 12.. A1 . oysters harvesting shall be done during daylight hours only, from Mohday through riday of each week. Loans. snell be called on the beds by gross cubic bushel measurement where- rby 1.25 cubic feet of Oysters and shell {qualS 6n btishel. The oyster'eultqr- (st in charge Of the sale must be noti- fied tWenty-four (24) hours in ad- vance of the remo-,M of oysters from the Reserves during sale. i8. CAam harvesting will be permitted during daylight hours only Before dig- gdng Inay commence, a schedule of harvesting dates shall be worked out satisfactory to the Departmeitt of Fish- crees, anct Purchaser. Schedule to be oases Upon tidal conditions. Satur- day and/or Sunday digging may be sc|leduled, if tidal'c(mditions warrant; however, no digging will be permitted at mlschcduled tinles. t. Buyers of clams during this sale wn De required to market through a wholesale fish dealer duly liccnd by' the , State of Washington. Fish receiving tickets shall be issued by Wll01eale Dealer on eactl lot removed ft:onf State Reserves. Copies of receiv- ing tiekts "shall he presented to ttm Dpazment :($f 'Ftshe'ries at Olympia. at weekly intel:als or oftener. In no case nall the reporting period exceed se'en (7)',days. A reserve invoice will be'prepared Using poundage or' bushels 0s indi.cated On receiving tickets All l)oundge will he converted "to bushels by using the formula whereby sixty- five (65)' Pqunds of clams equal one bushel, Amount of invoice wilt be com- puted by muRiplYlng number of bush- ls times'Prier Per bushel as estab- lished: by bid: Invoices are due and payame within twenty-four (24) hours Portion ,,r Township 20 North. Range TOTAL $5,200.00 (i West vV+M The County Road Project herein de- Portion of Towiltip 20 North. Range scribed is HEREBY DEOLARED to 5 West. W.M. be a pul,qic necessity, and the Connty Poriion -)r Township 21 North. Range Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED 5 West. ,W.M. AND AUTHORIZED to report and Portion of Township 21 North. Range proceed tltereon as by law provided. 6 West, W.M. ADOPTED this 151h day of July, 1963. Board of County Connnissioners of Mason County, Washington MARTIN AUSETH, Cilairman HARRY ELMLUND JOHN BARIEKMAN Attest: C. Nolan Mason Clerk of the Board ,7/18 It COUNTY ROAD PROJECT NO. 424 In the matter of C.R.P. No. 424 to be constructed on Mason County. Road No. 403 & 420 known locally as the Bariekman Blvd, & Oyster Bay road, and more specifically located in Sec. 15, 21. 22, Twp. 19 N. R 3 W.xvV.M. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONLRS that it is their intention to apply light bitumiuous surface treat- meat 18 ft. wide to approxintately 2,0 miles of gravel road. and that said work is to be performed All interegted persons may appear at sai Hearing and be heard for or against tile issue, or present addi- tional Petitions for or against said Vsue. Said Hearinz will be held in con- formance with RCW 16.24.020 and said oard of County Commissioners shall, within 30 days after the conclusion of such Hearing, make an Order set- ting forth their decision in the mat- ter. according to RCW 16.24.030, and said Order shall be published in a newspaper having general circulation in the County, as least once each week. for four successive weeks. DONE this 8th day of July, 1963. Board of County C0mmioners nf Mason County. Washington, By C. NOLAN' MASON, County Auditor arid Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board. 7/18-25 2t Alumni Association Will Assemble Today by day labor in accordance with the Washington State Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- The officers and committees for tion as adopted by Mason County. the iVfary M. Knight Alumni AS- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that sociation will hold a final meet- the above described County Road Pro- j6ct is neee'ssary and proper, and tile lag today to complete plans for estimated costs of said project are the annual picnic and dance. The herewith set out in detail as follows: meeting will be held in the Mary Road Construction $5.000.00 IV[. Knight gymnasium; TOTAL $5,000.00 All interested members are wen The County Road Project herein come to attend. Those wishing to described is HEREBY DECLARED to give individual donations for the after issuance. 15. Buyers of clams from this sale port and proceed titereon as by law shall furnish identification to all era- provided ployees engaged in harvesting opera- ADOPTED this 15th day of July, Lions. Identification shall include the 1963. followitg infornlation and must be ear- Board of County Commlssioner tied on personof employee at all times of Mason County, -Washington during harvesting operations: MARTIN AUSETH. Chairman Buyers Name, , HARRY ELMLUND Tract Identification. JOHN BARIEKMAN Reserve License Number. Attest: Employees Name. 16, Boundary lines: The sale tracts :. olan Mason, Clerk of the Board 7/18 It be a public necessity, and the Coun- Scholarship Fund may mail them ty Road Engineer is HEREBY OR- to Katherine Calkins, 725 South DERED AND AUTHORIZED io re- 7th, Shelton. Saeler Motor Shop on Hillcrest NO'I'I('I , I'I{EsE; IN THE SUI STATE MASON In til*' I()N E. NOTICE IS (}It' Lllldt.l'signf I)(,i-II alll)oill I xeetlt(ir ill" lltenl and [0 rtelsea. SO/IS having esiaic or tie required t( t'h'd in (It VO[leilel'S signed rec,,rd at tile lin Heusion. Was]l iog't ou. gethor with Clel'k of the in six (6) tho first to-wil : 13 Ja so presented barrod. ()SCAR Estate Dec Addr B. FRANt Attorney f Angle Bld TAKE NO [AC, That ALl ANNE C O COTtIARY DE of Will ]/2. 1963. 'fil divert the springs lr the alUOUE to existing year for the Sul)ply that diversion is 2r f Section 2 n .M W.M., Anv ouj by a two and filed ith Walcr Res days iron| Witness nY this 18th State Supervisor  of all your |)e wonder theY sr Bathe feet twice . tton for relief of lus hgaments'. J P.'. (.,o.,I,+.o!' ihv skln raplS..e0t at" any drag PA- ONF ileVl. To" Store. o i I jUST Li M mower Q O' rsiZe noise. Safest N eedS TIMBER THERE ARE TWO GOOD TO] GOING ON NOte! ! 1. The 3-6-9 Strike tour# Enter anytime and a as you wish. It's fu  games. 2. A Jack and Jill tor ! starts Sunday, JulY 2u. havereservations for; Call us, or btter s ill," for details. BOWLERS