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1963 Real Estate ! not only easy spotless condi- out. There are 3 extra large), a a good oil fur- you will agree buy for $7800. arranged witil argo barn, other 1300 ft. of riv- about 10 on county road. ; all cleared ann an excellent buy Can be yours 2 bedroom has been well arelots of pretty and a good =w. $7500 is the anytime for a N bedroom home ted just at the Will look far You find another " $11,000. Newly a pin. There cOttage. Why appointment. :h can Located close to inette, tie area and I. or you cab oan, ESTATE ANYTIME NAve. 3228 !PTIONAL qEROUS FAMILY made for the lining size lie- - Separate arpeted, Kitch- - Two extra and two down baths _ Full of room for eCluded neigh- is ready It has " Three bed- ring room with care kit- - Easy to With lots ot )or patio and )a. G AT miles out - about one remodeled tiled With fire- go, Also one ,e USed for for $12,- OME . room dining base- Coal stoker corner lot- iiicluded MONTH out- 3 room of Water- COVe - lots acres . all in excellent Angleside Cash or fl on Bay- ETTER from Three ga- Could- r $12,500 REPAIRS may be payment ents. Lo- 0 down. DICK Legal Publications NATIONAL FOREST TIMBI';It I'() R SALE Canyon River 1963 No, 2 Public notice is hereby given that I nvsu,'Int tO tho pvovisions ill Section 5 ,u Public Law 273. 78ih Congress (58 Sial. 132-16. U,S.C.A 583-583i). filial the Cooperative Agreement for tile Manag, mmnt of the Partic, ipating Forest Properties in the Shelton Co- operative Sustained Yield Unit entered rote by and between the United States of America and the Simpson Tinlber Conlpany. dated December ]2. 1946, all ]nerchantable tind/er nlarked or designated for cuttin o on an area em- bracing 399 acres, more or less witb- in Sections 6. 7, 32. 33 T. 22N.. R. 6V.. partially surveyed: Seclion 36 T. 22N.. R. 7W.. Sections 4. 5. T, 21N.. R. 6W surveyed. W.M.. Canyon River Bhtck. Grays Harbor and Mason coun- ties. Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit. Olympic National Forest Wasll.. will be sold to the Sinlpson Timber Co.. Seattle. Washington, on August 12. 1963, The estimated vol- umes are: 6.700 M board feet of Doug- las-fir. 12.300 M board feet of western hemlock and other specms, 600 M board feet of western redeedar. The minimum acceptable bid per M board Feet is as follows: Douglas-fir $9.85 western helnlock and otller sl)ecies $6.15. western redcedar $6.05. This in- S1TELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Ghristmastown U.S.A.", Shelton Legal Publications Legal Publications , i eludes the foll,)wing tab's per M hoard nol be increased above lhe base tale llnii] llH" sllbse(Iuont adjusted rales foot for stntnpago (inchldihg deposit above base rah's dev(,h{)) 11ll aCCUll/ul:Ai- for salc atoll I)eilerlnont). $3.00 base od h)lal dollar value ill eXCeSS (tl' rale I)lUs an additional ;5.,%5 [or Dotlg- /he r(-corded ac('ulllUl;/ted dil'f,-ronce las-fir. $2.0{) base l'ale I)lns an ad- [.r all spo(:ies. If lequested by tile ditional $3.25 for wostera h(utllock and State of \\;%'ashinut(m or 11:, Grays Her- other S;)(,cies. ,5.]5 foF "wi}stel'n Fed- })OF or Mason (.t)uniies or by any tier- cedar and $0.90 for slash disposal for son doelued lo bare a re:isonablo ill- all species. Tilt" prices bid Ior slnll]p- Ierol 111 [he propl)se(J Sale. or Ill its age shall be COllsidercd as tentative l('l'lns, d public hoarina wil lie hold lares subject h) qnarierly calendar in the office of the ForeM Supervisor. adjusInlenl upward or do,vnward bY Post Office iuil(lini. Olylllpla. ,Vasll- 0.5 ,If lhe dil'fercnce liciv(Nn tile a%- inlton on [[le 211(] day of AUffllSt. erase of the monthly Douglas-fir reg- 1963. at 2:00 p.nl. Pt)T. Be,tUeNIS [or ion iudices, as caIculaled Dy tile For- pul)lic heal'ilia will nl)t ]1( considered Psi Sprvi('e lor tile three proviol)ls onless lo{'oi\\;(d ill ill,- office o[ the nlontlls, and tile following base indi- Foresl S'llpervlsor l".st Office ],uild - cos: Douglas-fir 108,69 (D) western in. Olynlpia, %Vashina'ton (m ()r ho- henllock and oilier species 91.68(A) fore July 25. 1963. ])aied July 2. 1.(16"1. 3'esleln redcedar None. SIK'll adjust- Lloyd (i GilllllOr Fittest Supervis(tr. I/lents in tile i)rice for stunlpage shall Olylnl)iC Natii)na} Forosl. be applicable to timber scaled during 7/11-18-25 8/1 41 the ihree-nlontbs period following the .......................... quarter for which the adjustment LS ('OI'N'rY ROAD I'IH),II,:('T NO. 12;) computed. In no e, vont llowevcr, shall In tile ulatter of ('.R.P. No. ,12{) lo Im thc paynlont rates for each quarter ('i)llStru('tcd O11 MaN,in (oLlnty }()ad No. be less than the base rates aN stated l.(t0 kno\\;vn locally as the Mr/son Lake above. When tho adjusted I'ates by species are lower tban the base rates, the difference between the total dol- lar value of the tiadlor cut at ad- justed rates and al base rates will he recorded for each Sl/eCmS. Tile slunlpago rate for ally species ",viii Real Estate Real Estate Preferred Propedies by Waterfront Realty 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 MOVE IN IMMEDIATELY! A low cost, quality home partially furnished. Features a large cheerful kitchen: attached garage; large living room with hard- wood floors; two bedrooms, and ample closets. A fine invest- ment at $7500.00 and on terms you'll like, See this one today! COME AND SEE! A tastefully decorated two-bedroom home featuring" hand- some panelled living room; wall furnace; drapes; many extra builtin for convenience and storage; large corner lot. An appeal- ing home in excellent condition throughout: all for just $7000.00, TRADE WANTED Opportunity is knoctdng - do you have a good two bedroom smaller home to trade on this large three bedroom home ? Then be sure to see this one right away! Near schools and stores, this excellent home has a lovely big living room; fireplace; din- ing room; beautiful and convenient kitchen; large attached ga- rage, Let's talk it over. AN EXCELLENT BUY! This is a very comfortable, well-built, three-bedroom home with patio; two-ear garage and shop; large yard: and loads o1 storage room! In very good condition. $8850.00. HARSTINE ISLAND A select, heavily wooded low-bank tract with nearly 200' of frontage and 1000' deep. Excellent swimming and boating beach. Easy terms at just $30.00 a front foot. TOTTEN INLET A rare find! 300' of beautiful beach, inchlding tidelands, with nearly 1500' of wooded depth. No high bank here! Creek along one side. Tremendous view! Sub-division potential so wou't last. Call now! -- Evenings Call -- -- Marden Stroud .................... 426-4000 Dick Belling ........................ 426-8162 Walter George-- Office Manager, broker OFFICE PHONE 426-6642 -- HOME PHONE 426-3530 Roy Ritner, Herb Rotter Associates, Inc. Accounting & Bookkeeping i, 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' -- $55OO. FOUR ROOMS, full basement, furnace, fireplace, corner lot, just like new -- $13,500. 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, cl0se to town. $12,000 With frms. 4 ROOM HOUSE ten acres. 1% acres cleared. Other outbuild- ings =: p,00. 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 ROQM farm home, 91, acres, 250 ft. waterfront $14,000. Your Key To Opporlunily If you have been looking for a cute cottage all your own, let us show you this home. You'll be surprised at the room! It really has THREE bedrooms. Plus a feature you'd expect only in very expensive homes . . . three fireplaces! One in the liv- ing room, bedroom, and patio. The living-dining room have an open-room styling, designed for easy living yet the arrangement of the kitchen and attached garage with utility are so con- venient. The Owner wants a home on acreage and we can make some easy arrangements for the right party. So if you have been looking for a home of your own, don't miss this oppor- tunity. BILL PEARSON REAL ESTATE 125 No. 5th Dial 426-3132 ANYTIME Evenings Call Sylvia Carey 426.6556 Home with "Acreage Cottage on Waterfront Budget or Quality Homes East i',a(l, and Ill,)l'o :q)ecifieal]y lo- ('ated in NI,= So(.. 15. T 21 N. R 2 WL & S,,c. 10. Twp. 21 N. R 2 W.W.SL IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS that il is their intenlion to apply light i/iinllliln)llS surf at(} Ireat- IDen| 2() 11 wid to approxJlllaleiy 1.2 miles of existing arav'l road. and tllat said work is to be perforllled i)y day labor ill tc('ordan(y with the Washington Stale Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- ,tion as ad( pied by Mason Counl y. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above d,,scFibed County Road Pro- oct is necessary and propcr, and Legal Publications T I';M i'OIIAIIY RE(; I'LATION NO. 217 N () T I (" E Ttle follovin resolution an(i e- ulation was duly and reKularl i)asscd {In(1 tt(hq)ted al a rt.gu]ar nit(.( tug-. July (. 1963, of 1hi: Slale Gan/o (oln- l|lissioll Ior lilt. Stale (,I "vVashinloi1. )IESOLVED Tltat 1he Tenll/orary Legal Publications ..... INYITAT1ON TO RID I. Notice to Bidders Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Directors of Shelton Col)soil  dated School District No. 309 at tile office of the Superintendent of Schools IDeated at the F, vergreen School, 8th and Pine. Sholton. Washington. until 2:00 P.M,. P.D.T.. ThursdaY,, July 18. Rule and Regulati,ol llercinafter set 1963, Ior tile General Contract whictl in- h)rlh was duly ordered adol/ted and cludes nlocllanical and electrical work, pr,.nnl]gah-d by volt, el lhc State (]lUll(" I.'Onll)l ission l) hi  effective 11.'4 oI dale el publicaiioll R, ESOIVED Ii'IIRTHER: Thai TelU- p )rary l{t'gtll 1lion NI,. 210 shall lie :ln|elld(,(i [o re{,d as ft)lh)ws : It hall be lawtnl h) fish for lalnc tish in the falh, wing IVII[OI'S llI Ma Oll ('OIlIl|y, .41ate o| IVallilI|on ,llll.v 8, 19(;:{ Io October 31. 1963: Tahaya I{h'er -- I'aion River Pravided tl|at the, rogahlr snnllner catch and possession linlits and six inch size limit shall lie effeclive darhlg the a[al'eaid season, The foreg,,Ing Temporary Regulation No. 217 shall be forthwith entered and record,,d in the nlinutes of tile Con/- nlisslon and published ill Olylnpia, Thm'st,m Caunty Vashin'Aton. :iN l)l',)- vided by law. and in the Shelton- ason County Joul'ual. for one issue. Doted at Taclana. Washington. this ]Sth day of July. 1963. STA'iE GAME COMMISSION Charles T. Grallata. Chairluan l{ichard S. Seward Harold A. Pobbhs Arthur S. Coffin James H. Rails Albert T, Prichard John A. Biggs, Director the estimated costs of said project are llerewith sct out ill detail as fol- THE DEPARTMENT OF GAME lows: 7/18 It Road Con.t ruction $3,200.00 TOTAL $3.200.00 The County Road ProjeCt heroin de- scribed is HEREBY DECI,ARED to bo u public necessity, and ttle County Road Engineer is HEREI;Y ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to roporl and pro- teed t}loreon as by law IU'ovided. ADOPTED this 15th day of July, 1963. Board of Conrlty Conlnlissionors of Mason County. Washington MARTIN AUSETH. Chairman HARRY ELMLUND JOHN ARIEKMAN Alt,:st : C, NolSn Mason. Clerk of the f.)ard 7/18 It Real Estate . ii Hood Canal 700 ft. on Dosewallips River, 17 acres, new 3 bedroom ranch style home, $30,000. TRITON HEAD -- Cottage and guest trailer -- $4500! STETSONS cottage -- $675g] 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). 3 comfortable 2 bedroom homes to choose from (Hoodsport) NO. 3475 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF %VASH1NGTON ]OR KITSAP COUNTY hl the Matter of the Estate of VERA A. LITSK. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN float ill,' undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the ahove entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the sanle. duly verified, on said Administrator or his attorney of l'ecord at the address below stated, and file the sanle with the Clerk of lhe said Court. together with proof el such service, within six na, nths after the date of first publi- cation of this nllticc or thc seine will tie barred. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION July 4 1963. ERNEST H. LUSK Adnlinistratw of said Estate ARTHUR & HANLEY Altorneys for Estate 1-1 arrison Euilding . Ereulerton. Wasbington 7/4-11-18 3t Real Estate 24 ACRE FARM, CHOICE This one is located in a top notch farming area and is one of the bctter acreages in that ar- ea. It features a large barn with all concrete floors, plenty of room for feed. equipment, cattle anci what have you. The ground is all cleared and a crop is in The $4,900 and up. house needs some fixing, but is 2 bedroom, garage, storeroom, large enough for the whole fatal-. landscaped, creek, 148 ft. beach ly. It's $15.000 aid won't last $18,500 Trailer lots $2000 & up No bank beach lots $200 dn. Cottage at Union $2750. (Call Union 898-2263). long at that price. Call today. A. ROY DUNN ................. 3 BEDROOMS - EASY TERMS This is a very comfortable home located on a large lot in Mt. View's Business Property Lop residential area. It has a nice Hoodsport Barber S h o p a n d carport \\;vith sforage roonls, patio, home $2(;,000. well groomed yard with lots ot HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSPORT Phone 877-5211 or 877-5575 Evenings LaBI$$ONIERE * Star Values, WATERFRONT We have choice waterfront properties listed: 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. One fine Hood Canal property sleeps 12. Prices range from: $8,500 to $50,000. * HILLCREST GARDEN LOT Loaded with vine berries, fruits. Neat 4-room home. plus extra room. storages, Ideal for retired couple. $4,250 full price. $750 down: $50 monthly. * 5 ROOMS IN COUNTY Trinq home, just ontside City on West. Garden soil. An ex- cellent buy at $4,200. Only $500. down; $40 monthly. r 5 ACRES, 2 MILES SO. 4 room house. 90' drilled well. $500. down. Oniy $3,850 'ull price. * RELAX IN HOODSPORT 3 rooms and bath. Part fur- nished. Secluded spot, yet close- in. 100' tract on Black Top Road. Sweeping Canal views. Overlooks waterfront $2,950 with $650 down and $27. mon- thly. * 1960 SPLIT-LEVEL HOME View location. 4 lovely bed- rooms, l lz, baths, ultra modern kitchen. Spacious living room, fireplace. Charming dinin g room. 2 car attached garage. Owners elsewhere, must sacri- rice at $17,500 for immediate sale. (Worth easily $20,000) Terms can be arranged. Shown by advance appointment FARM HOMEs See us for your Farm Home. We have several excellent ran- ehes right now: also acreages. 1-160 acres; 1-147 acres: 2- 140 acres, each with fine Creeks. 1-43 acres w/Creek. 1- 35 acres w/Creek Other 5 ann 10 acre properties close-in. Check With us first. CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere A G E N C Y REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th  Shelton, Wash. Eves: John Devereux 426-8544 shrubs. Hardwood floors, plenty of closets and cupboards. The cozy kitchen has dining area. The bath s nice sized and has been tiled. The full price is $9950 with Gt or FHA terms available. Call Mr. Voss at 426-6363. A ROY DUNN ....... LOST LAKE LOT The bank on much of the pro- perty in this section of the lake is quite steep, but many owners have utilized it to the fullest and made very nice summer cabin sites. This one is no exception, It has 55 ft. on the front and is 175 feet deep. Its private and located just across from the Island, The owner wants a quick sale and has priced at $2500 with contract terms availa- ble. Better see this one soon. Pro- perty on the lake is hard to find at this price. ......... A. ROY DUNN ............ A MOTHER'S DREAM HOUSE! Everything is so convenient. She will love the cozy comps, el kitch- en with dishwasher and disposal. The utility is just a few steps and there's a half bath with colored fixtures. The 1argo unique fire- place wall divides the living room and enormous family room with fireboxes on each side and raised hearths. There is a separate din- mg room. three bedrooms, color- ful full bath, 2 car carport, ex- cellent yard with play area for the kids. This is the kind of home she has been looking for. It will be sold on the FHA appraised price. Worth your careful consid- eration. ......... A. ROY DUNN ....... SACRIFICE PRICE Salt water frontage - 246 feet of it, This is A-1 beach and close to town. The land has 2 acres in all. It's well landscaped with well and water rights on adjoin- mg creek The price is $13.500 and we'll even include a nice cot- tage with new kitchen and wall- to-wall carpet in the large living room Can't see how you" can miss on this one. ......... A. ROY DUNN ........ MMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY This unusual offer cant last tong. t's an excellent 3 bedroom ranch-style home on Angleside with fireplace, attached garage, wall-to-wall carpet at the very low price of $10.950. Payments low as $69.50 monthly. Draft delay in- spection. You may wait too long. A. ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call: Mary Voss ................ 426-8074 ,. Roy Dunn 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Railroad Legal Publications NO. 34(;5 NOTI('E TO CRE1)ITOR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT (IF THE STATE OP WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE tn the Metier of th( Eslate *If HAR- LEY (?. RICE. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as th- Administralor for the construction Of Alterations and of tile Estate of Harley C. Rice. de- Additions for Central Kitchen FaeAli- ceased: that all l/crsons having rialtos t'ies ill the lr,,ne S. Reed High School. ag;ainsl said deceased are" hereby re- Alder and Seventh Streets. Shelton. quired to serv the sanle duly verified. \\;Vashinion. and the stud bids will on the undersigned Adlllinistrator or then and there be puhlicly opened and road P.hmd Bidders and others propel'- l)" interesled are invited to lie present at the bid Ol)onin'. Bids received after llm tim(, fixed for opening cannel ba clmsidered. 2. Doelnnents Specificatinns. including bid and con- tract docuroents, and drawings, nlay be examined at the offices of the As- sociated General Contractors in Seattle and Tacoma the Plan Bureau. Seattle. Associated Subcontrscu)rs of ,Washing- ton Taconla. and Olympic Plan Ser- vice. Olympia. vraslington. Bonafido bidders may obtain two Nets only at the office of the Architect. G. Stacey Bennett. A.I.A.. and Assoeitc,. 214 Union Avenue Building, Olympia; "Vashingtou, upon deposit of a check payahle to the Architect in the amount of $25.00 for each set. Should a bidder wish additional sets or parts of ets, he nmy obtain tllem by J)ayingthe cost of reproduction, 3. Refand of Deposits The full anlount of depo,uit for each se of docunlonts secured by bidders from the Architect will" he refunded "to bonafide bidders upon return of the doculnents in good condition to the Architect's office at or before the tin/e set for opening bids. There will be no refund for the return of addi- tional sets of parts of sets. Plan hold- ers who do not submit a bonafide bid and do not return the documents at least throe days before the time set for opening,bids will forfeit the full amount of their deposits. By Order or: Shelton Consolidated School District No. 309 By: Mrs. Doris Hillman, Clerk 7/4-11-18 81 MA,ON ('OUNT IIIGII1VAY I) ICPII{TMENT CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received hy the Counly Couunissioner. of Mason Coun- tS-" at their office ill the Courthouse. Shelton. Washingtml. until 11:00 a.m. Monday. Jnly 29. 1963, at which time they will bc publicly opened and road. The work involved for which bids are being called consists of two rein- iorced concrete bridges with precast- prestressed alternate on one structure. One structure is over Dry Bed Creek on Conntv Road No. 3.i0, approxin)ate- 15" tlu'ee-(iuarters mile west of Matloek: the other is over the Overflow Channel of Vance Creek on County Road No. 22, approximately three and one-half mih,s west of PSH No. 9. The principle quantities invoh-ed are as follows : 100 cubic yards, Structure Excavation 213 cubic yards. Class "A" Concrete 52,760 inmnds. Steel Reinforcing bars 2 each. concrete ":['est Piles 720 Lineal Feet, Furnishing Concrete Piling. 18 each Driving Concrete Piles. 330 Lineal Feet. Special Bridge Rain inu. Otber Miscellaneous Itents Plans and specifications may be ob- tained ill the Office of the County En- his altornoy of record at the address below stated ahd file the sanle with the Clerk of the said court, together with proof ,if such service within six lnonths after thc date of first publication of this noiiec or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: July 11. 1963. GLENN E. CORREA, Administrator GLENN E. CO'RREA Attorney Ior Estale Bell Building Shelton. Washington 7/11-18-25 8/1 4t COUNTY ROAD PROJECT NO, 422 In the ntatter ,)f C.R.P. No. 422 to be constructed on ]{ItS01) County Road No, 200 known locally as 1he I)ewatto road and more pccifically IDeated in See.'6. T 23 N, R 1 W. & Sec. 1. 2. 3. and 4. Twp, 23 N, R2 W.W,M, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY" COMMIS- SIONERS that it is their intention to apply ligh' bitfiminous surface treat- ment 15 feet wide to approxinlatety 4.8 nliles of gravel roan. end that said work is to be performed by day labor in accordance with the Washington State Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- tion as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHEB RESOLVED that the above described Oounty Road Pro- ject is necessa'ry and proper, and the estinmted costs of said- pro]e(t are herewith set out in detail" as follows : Road Construction $12.000.00 TOTAL $12,000.00 The County Road Project herein described is HEREBY DECLARED to be a" Dllblio neeessit-, and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND" AUTHORIZED to " report and proceed thereou as by law provided. ,'*DOPTED this 15th day of July, 1963'. Board of County Comnllssioners of Mason County Washing'ion MARTTN AUSETH. Chairnlan tT ARRY ELMLUND :YN BARIEKMAN Attest : C. Nolan ),Iason Clerk of the Board 7/18 It CALL FOR BII), The Colnnlissioners of Mason Coun- ty PUP No, 3 are calling for sealed bids for one truck and chassis with a minintunl GVW ratine of 26,000 pounds, less fTade in of 1957 Interna- tional 4 wheel drive chassis. Bids will ho received up to 1:30 P.M., Au'ust 19. 1963. at the PUD office. 3rd g,, Cota Street at which time they will bo opened and publicly read. The Conunission reserves the right to reject any an all bids and to Dur- chaso the t, ouipluent which in their Judffmont will best serve the require- nmnts of the District. A col'tiffed check payable Io lhe District of 5,A of the amount bid. must acconlpanY eacll bid. EDWIN W. TAYLOR. Seo-otary 7/18-25 8/1 v',-15 5t PAGE l Legal Publications NO. 31(;4 NOTICE TO ('REDITOR IN TItE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE op "WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estale el (I. A. SWANSON. Deceased. Nolico is herehy given that the un- dersigned Ilas been appointed and has qualified as Executrix (,f tile estate el G. A. SV, rANSON. Deceased: 1hat all persons having c]ainls a,zainst said de- c(,ased are hereby r,quil',d h) serve the salue, duly verified on said Exe- cutrix or her attorney of Fecord a] lhe ,address below stated, and file the sanle %ith the Clerk of said Court. together with l)roo[ of such service wilhin six I]lonths after the dale ol lirsl l)ublica- tide , this notice, or the same will be barred. Dale (if first pul)lic.ation JUt.,t  4, 1963. /s/ ELIZA J. SWANSON Executrix of said Estate. JOHN C, RAGAN Xttorney for Estai  Title Insurance PAdg. Shelhal. Washin ton 7/4-11-18 3t NO. 3472 NOTICE TO CREI)ITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of LULU ALFRETTA CLEVELAND. Deceased. Nita Bariekman is the aPl)ointbd and qualifiel Executrix of sad estate. All persons having elate.Is agalnsI said de- ceased are required Io serve the same ill duplicate, duly verified, on .,'li(I Executrix ()1" her altorney, Robert L. Snyder, at the address below stated. and file th same with lhe Clerk of said Court: together with proof (If "uch s(:rvie(, within six nlonths after 1he late of first publioation of this notice. or the same will be barred DATE of first publication: July 4, 1963, NITA, BARIEKMAN Exooutrix Route 3, Box 429 Shelton. Washington ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney aI Low 125% I. 5th Shelt on. WaMington 7/4-11-18, 3t J,,,L Foursquare Church 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, pastoe 1/31 tfn MT. VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 prm Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:3Op.m. Robert S. Wick, Pastor gineer at Shellon. Washington. upon deposit (if -10.00. Each bid must he acconlpanied hy a bid bond or cash- ier's check in the anlount of 5G of the proposed bid, Mason County reserves the right to reject any or all bids. flason County Contnli)qsioIlers By J. C. BRIDGER. Mason County Engineer 7/18-25 2t COI'NTY ROAD I)ROJECT 'O. 419 In |he matler uf C.R.P, No. 419 to be eonstrneled on Mason Couuty Road No. 193 kn,)wn locally as the Mason Lake N(u'th Shore road. and lnol'e specifically h/cared ill NWL NWI Sec. 33, T 2l N. R 2 VJ..M. ( $1/ See, 34: T 22 N. R 2 W.vV.tL IT IS HEREIqY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS thai it is their intentiou to apply light bituminous surt'aee treatment 18 ft. wide to approximately 1.1 miles of existing gravel road. nnd that said work is to be perfornled by day labor in" accordance with the rashington State Standard Specifica- tions for Road and Bridge Construc- tion as adollted by Mason County. BE IT FURTIIER RESOLVED that the above described County Road Pro- jeet is necessary and proper, and the esthnated costs of said project are herewith set out in detail as follows: Road Construction $2.800.00 TOTAL $2.800.00 The County Road Project herein dcsdribed is ,HEREBY DECLARED to he a public ecessitv. and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to report and proceed thereon as by law provided. ADOPTED this 15th day of July, 1963. Board" of County Commissioners of Mason County. Washing'ton MARTIN AUSETH. Chairman HARRY ELMLUND JOHN .BARIEKMAN Attest: C. Nolan Mason. Clerk of the Board 7/18 It [ COUNTY ROAD PROJECT NO. 421 In the matter of C.R.P. No. 421 to be constructed on Masoa Coupty Road No, 270 known locally as tile McReavy road and more specifically located in N_N S 30. T 21 N. R 3. El/_, S 25. T 21 R4V. S 19. T 21 N.  W & S 17, T 21N. R 3 W. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS that it ts their intention to apply light bitumi nous surtace treatntent for 18 ft. wide to aDprox- imately 2.3 nliles of exis[ing gravel road. and that said work is to be performed by day labor ill accordance with the Washin'ton State Standard Specifi- cations or Road and Bridge Coistruc- tion as adopted bv Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that tho above described County Road Pro- pect is necessary and propel, ind" the estimated costs of said project are herewith set out in detail as follows: Road Construction $5,500.00 TOTAL $5,500.00 Tllo County Road Project herein de- scribed is HEREBY DECLARED to be a public necesily, and theCoun- ty Road Engineer is HEREBy OR- DERED AND AUTHORIZED'to reP0rt and proceed thereon as by law pro- vided. ADOPTED this 15th day of July, 1963. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County; Washidgton MARTIN AUSETH. Chairman HARRY ELMLUND JOHN BARIEE:MAN Attest: C, Nolan Mason Clerk of the Board 7/18 It ('ALL FOR RIDS The Contntissioners of ll, lason County PUD No. 3 are calling" for sealed bids FIRST BAPTIST CHUIeH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pasto 5th & Cots Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, JULY 21 8:30 a.m.lst Service "HINDERING SPIRITS" 9:30 a.m.BIBL STUDY IN GROUPS 11:00 a.m,--2nd Service ROADCAST KMAS (12801 "DECEITFUL SUGGESTIONS" 6:30 p.m.YOUTH AND ADULT PROGRAMS 7:30 p.m. Special Billy Graham film TOUCH OF BRASS WED., 3ULY 24 7:30 p.m. GROUP BIBLE STUDY i RSHERMEN'S CLUB P.U.D. AUBITORIUM - 3rd and Cots SUNDAY, JULY 21 9:30 a.m.film "Energetically Yours" 10:00 a.m.Topic "Dangers & Insecurity" SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD ' - 130 East Pine Street Mason Younglund,pastor ii = w = =========================================== Sunday School .............................. 9"45 AM Meriting Worship ........................ ::::: ...................................... ll",0a :p'" Christ!l! Ambassadors .............. : ........ :::::;:-:7,::.:.:',::::.--;:::;;::;:;:..6 ;0() P'I(: Evangelistic Service ................................................................ :00 i:M. Wenesdky ................................................................................ 7:00 P.M, FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 and ll:00 Morning Worship Services 9:30 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class CARL J. CARLSEN, Pastor Affiliated with American Lutheran Church THE UETHODiST GHURGH North 4th and Pine 6treeta 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 iii FIRST CHURCH Arcadia and Lke Boulevard Charles D. Wigton ible 8el!ooI --. .... 9:45 turn. Youth ]VIeetings 5:30 p.m. rshtp; ........ ... 11:00 am1. FamilyService 6:30 p.m, [e4ngS da  Bible Study and Prayer  7:30 p.m. hild Care S&wtce Available at 11:00 Service GHURGH OF GHRI00r, SGIENTIST $02 Alder 8t., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m,  Church 11 a.m. Wlnelay evening testimony meettngs  p.m, ladinSf room located in church. Reading room houri 3 to 4 p,m. Mort, & FrL Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. i i MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD for one Line Truck Body. equipped Olympic Hwy. So, & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Pastor with fully hydraulic turret type boom. and hydraulic digger. Sunday School .................................................................... 9;45 a.rn, Complete spoeificalions ('an be oh- rained from the PUP office in Shel- ton. Washington. Bids will be received Up to 1:30 P.II., AUgOSl 19. 1963. at thc PUP offibe. 3rd & Cota Street. at which time they will be opened and publicly read, The Connnission reserves' the right io reject any and all bids and to pur- chase the equipmeut which in their judgment will best serve the require- meets of the District. A certified check, payable to the District. of 5% of the almunt bid mtlst aeeomnanY each hi, it. '' I"I)W[N V, TAYLCYR, Secretary 7/18-25 8/1-8-15 5t Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ....................................... '.8:30 a.m. ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington The Rev, Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:30 a.nl.H01y C0ffimunion. 9:00 a.m.:2Divine Worship, St. Andrew's House, Hood Canal. 11:00 a.m.--Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer