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PACE 2 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAI- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Tlv Legal Publications , CAUSE NO, 8441 NOTICE OF llERIFF'S SALE ()I," REAL ESTATE Under C, eneral Execution IN THE SUPERIOR COU'RT OF THE o ,, r, WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY THUIST( )N COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND L(IAN ASSOCIATION. Plaintiff vs. SILAS R. VAN BUSKIBK and VIOLA E, VAN BUSK]RK, has- band and wife. Defendant. Under and by virtue of 11 general ('Xecutioli issued out tf and undel' the seal of lhe Superior (?, u|'l of the State of Wash]aN'ton, in and fin' said County. on the 9th dsy of August,'1963. upon a judgment rendered in said Court on the 9th day of August. 1963, in favor of THURSTON COUNTY FE- I3ERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO- CIATION. and against SILAS R. VAN P, IISKIttK and VIOLA E. VAN BUS- KIRK. husband andwife, judgment debtors for the S/lnl Of Nine Thou- :rand Six Hundred thirty and 26/100 Dollars. tog'ether with auorney's fees. interest costs and increased costs, and to me directed and dili- vered. I did on the 9th day of /h}gust. 1963. levy upon all the right, title snd interest (,f said judgment debtors m and to the following des- cribed proporty to satisfy said judg- ment. t0-wit : That parl of the northeast quarter of tile northeast quartet' or Section 31. Township 22 North. Range 1 West, W. M.. described as follows: Beginning lit the Southvtest el)rner of said nolth - east (plarlel' of northeast quarter: rull- ning thence east 660 feet. norlh 650 feel west 660 feet and south 650 feet to the tmlnt of 1)eginning: EXCEPTING therefrom lulblic roads, if an:,'. NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS HEI'EP, Y (lIVEN. Thai on Friday the ]3th day (,f September. 1963. at l0 o'- clock in the forenoon of said day, I will s(.H tim above dcscrit)ed property, or SO nulch thereof as slay be necessary to satisfy said judgrnent, together with attorney's fees. interest, costs and in- creas,,d e,)sts, in all amounting to the sum of Ten Thousand, Ninety-six and 16/100 ($]0.096.161 Dollars. Plus putlli- cation and sheriff's fees, Said sale will take place at tile East door of the Court House at 4(h & Pine in said Cmmty and State, and will i)e at public auction for cash in hand to the highest and best bidder. Dated at Shelton. Wash., this 12th day of Aumlst, 1963. D. S. CLARK Sheriff of said County ly THORA BASSETT Deputy, 8/15-22-29-9/5-12 5 t NO. 25981 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP- ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR YAKIMA COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of R. W. STAPLES. Deceased. NOTICE IS ItEREBY GIVEN that under authority of an order of the above entitled court made and entered on the 7th day of August. 1963, in the above entitled estate, the undersigned execatrix of said estate will sell at private sale, "subject to confirmation of the Court the following described real estate situate in Mason County, State of Washington, to-wit: Lots 50 to 53 inclusive in Block 48 of Hood Canal Land & Improvement Co. Addition to Union as recorded in Volume 1 of Plats, page 9; together with the south half of vacated alley adjoining said lots on the north: to- gether with the north half of vacated street adjoining said lots on the south: and hgcther with that part of vacated portion of street adjoining said pro- perty on the wesl inuring the['eto by reason of its vacation. In Masor}.Coun- ty, Vtashinffton, Said property will be sold for cash or upon terms or by contract provid- ing for in.iallment payments to the highest and best bidder. Said sale will be made on or aftra' the third day of Sept., ]963. All bids for said property nmst be in writing, addressed to the undersigned execut- rix nnd deliwred to her at 130/ Souh llth Avenue. Yakimm Wnshitrg( t,V" to her altorneys, 506 Mill0r ]uildink, Yal(i|[lfl Wqqillllfft()ll or to l=0nert I J. Snydor. Aitorney at Law, Shelton. %Vashingum. or filed with the Clerk of the M)ove entitled court at any time before said sale and accompanied by a deposit el not less than 10 percent of tile anlonnt el the bid. The Exe- cutrix reserves the right Io reject any and all bids, DATED at Yakima. Washington, this 7th day of August 196:{. IDELL A. VOIGttT Formerly Idelt A. Staples, Exeeutrix PALMER. WILLIS & McARDLE 5(16 Miller Building Yakima. a, Vashinatml Attorneys for ExHclltrix 8/15-22 2t NEW LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight. Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. Highest powered Super-powered for smoother mowing. Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. in Short.., LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the marketl Priced from $69.95 SAEGER MOTOR SHOP On Hillcrest Legal Publications v. NOTICE OF IIEARING (IN NON- L(IITERING ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That pursuant to an actton of the Board of County COllllnissioners on AUKllSt 5. 1963, a Hearing will I)e hold in the office o1 said Board. in the Courthouse al Shelton, Washington, al 2 p. ol., Monday. Augusl 26. 1963, for the pur- pose of ad(,ptinp tile following l'orn] el" C)rdinallt:e. .any interesled resident may appear and be heal'it for [)i" a'ainsl the con- tent of said Ordinanev aI said Ileal'- ins. 1)ATED this 5th day of August, 1.963. Board of County Comlnissioners ,ff Mason County, Washington. Bv C. NOLAN MASON Ch,rk (d Said Bo'trd. ORDINANI'E AN ORDINANCE making it Ilnlawful for snv l)et'ln o1" i)ef'slllS under the age of eighh'en (18) years to be on public slreet,: o! roads'sad other plac- es in t ttw (7Otllltv of i[ason State of Wasb ngton, bet'ween certain hours: providing for exceptions: prescribing ,. penally therefol: BE IT OPI3AIN!]D P,Y THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OW MASON COUNTY, STATE OF WASHINGTON. as follows: SECTION ONE: It shall be unlawful for any poison or lierslns under tile age of eighteen (18) years to loiter, Idle. wander, stroll, play, cruise, on foot or be all operator of or passenger in a nlotor vehicle or in any other manner or any other means of trans- rmrtation, in or upon the public streets. highways roads, allev, parses Oily- grounds, wharves, docks, a rports, or )ther pubVc grounds, public paccs anO .ublie buildings, places of amusement, entertainment and eating places, va- cant lots, or other unsupecvised places between the hours of 10:00 o.m. nnd 5:00 a.m. the following day; PROVID- ED. however, that the provisions of this Section do not apply to a minor accompanied by his or her parents, guardian, or other adult person hav- ing the care ,and custody of the minor, or where the ininor is upon all elnel'- ency errand or legitimate business irected by his or her parent, guardian or ot!ler adult person having the care and custody of the minor and said legitimate business ' shall include re- turning directly hem6 from any school function, work, recreational activity, or properly supervised recreation, SECTION TWO: It shall be unlaw- ful for tile parent, guardian, or other adult person having the care and custo- dy of a person or persons under the age of eighteen (18) years to know- ingly permit such minor to loiter, idle, wander, stroll, play, cruise, on foot or be an operator of or passenger in a motor vehicle or In any other manner or any other means of transportation, in or upon the publfc streets, high- ways, roads, alleys, parks, playgrounds, wharves, docks, airports, or other pub- lic grounds, public places and public buildings, places of amusemeut, enter- tainment and rating places, vacant lots or other unsupervised places, between the hours of 10:00 p.m, and 5:00 a.nL of the following day; PROVIDED, however, that the provisions of this Section do not apply when the person or persons is accompanied by his or her parents, guardian or other adult person having tile care and custody of maid person or persons, or wllere the person or persons is upon an emergen- cy errand or legit]orate business direct- ed by his or her parent, guardian, or other adult person having the care and custody of said person or persons, and said legitimate business shall include returning directly home from any school function, work. recreational ac- tivity, or properly supervised recrea- tion. SECTION THREE: Any person or persons under the age of eighteem 18) years violating the provisions of ec- tion One of this ordinance shall be dealt with in accordance With Juvenile Court laws and procedure, and if re- manded for Justice Court prosecution, upon conviction shall be fined not more than one Hundred Dollars ($100.001 or be imprisoned in the Coun- .jail f oluot more than Thirty (30) :w.FCYON OUR: Any parent, guar- dian o}- Other adult having the care and custody of an)" person or persons under the age of eighteen (18) years, and who violates Section Two of this ordinance shall be guilty of a mis- demeanor and on conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not more titan Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00), or by imprisonnmnt in the Mason County Jail for not mm'e than Ninety (90) days, or both. 8/15 1 t NOTICE OF BEARING ON EMER- GENCY APPROPRIATION WHEREAS an emergency exists due to unforeseen expenditures arising in the 1963 Cm'rent Expense Budgets of the following designated departments; and WHEREAS in the judgement of the Board of County Conmflssioners it is for the best interest of Mason County that provision be nmde for such ex- penditures as Follows: CURRENT EXPENSE FUND SHERIFF -- CAPITAL OUTLAY 8 Replace Cars--Bid $3,918.61 Transfer of Equip. 75.00 $3.993.61 SHERIFF -- M & O 4d Comnmnications Teletype paper (65"x5") 125,00 Rentat Teletype 365.00 Radio Change over to narrow band 500.00 $990.00 48 Printing Fee Book $150.00 $150.00 $5,183.61 JUVENILE --CAPITAL OUTLAY IBM Electric Typewriter 407.16 407.16 TOTAL $5.540.77 NOW. THEREFORE, in the judge- ment of the Board an emergency exists in the total amount of $5.540.77, whicil must be appropriated to meet the ex- ist mg emergency; and IT IS ttEREBY ORDERED that a Hearing be held at 11:30 a.nl., on Mon- day, Aflgust 26, 1963. at the office of the Board in the Courthouse at Shel- ton, Washington, at which time and place any taxpayer may appear and be heard for or against the granting of the above emergency appropriations. DATED this 12th day" of August, 1963. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington. .IvIARTIN AUSETH; Chairman HARRY ELMLUND JOHN BAR1 EKMAN ATTEST : C. NOLAN :MASON Clerk of the Board. 8/15 NOTICE OF IIEARING The Planning Commission of the City of Shelton will hold a public hear- ing at 7:45 pan. August 20, 1963 at the Commission Room at the City Hall on the request for a zone change from R1 to R2 of Block 14 Needham & Day Addition for the construction of dup- lexes. KURT L. MANN Chairlnan 8/15 Horn flies resemble house flies but are a little smaller. Orville M. Davis Passes In Seattle Orville M. Davis. Route 3. Shel- ton, passed away August 8 at the Doctor's Hospital in Seattle. Born February 8. 190-1. in Rieharrlson. Washington Davis had been a commercial fisherman and oyster [armer at the bay near Kami!che. Services were h!d at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Batstone Flmeral Home with inter'men" in the Shel- ton :Me::orial P:.rk tol owing P,e Chnr[es %/ighm off]elated. He is surviveJ by his wife, Mrs, Aurillia J. Dai3 or Shelton: a sis- ter, Mrs. Ione E, Marry of Seattle and two brothers. Lyn:lt:n ,_avt. of Kingston and Lawreuce Davis" of Seattle. To La00e To Gbssib, YOI)" --- Pick Blueberries 15 eenl per Ib, Ebe:'hardl Pdtleberry Nursery. ],eft of Highway 1111 1 miles on Steamboat Island R(l. Call 352..8031. E 8/15 tfn Legal Publications NO, 3-120 NOTICE OF IIEARING FINAL BE- PORT AND I'ETITION Felt DISTRI- ISUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of OLIVE GERTRUDE NEAP. Deceased. Frederick Noad. Administrator Witl Will Annexed ot said Estate, has filed with aid Court his'final report and petition for distribution asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Aduflnis- trator With Will Annexed. Said re- port and petition will be heard on tle 13th day of September, 1963. at 10 a.nl. in the Courtroom of said Court, in lhe County Courth(,use at Shelton, Wash- ington. DATED THIS 9th day of August, 1963. LAIIRA M. WAGENER Clerk of the Superior Court By: TECKLA VERMILLION Deputy Clerk, ROBERT L. SN-YDER Attorney at Law 125 N. 5th Shelton. Washington. % f ' ' BRINGING HOME THE 'BACON'--Mason Coun- ty Voiture 135 claimed two trophies at tte 40 & 8 du Washington Grand Promenade in Yakima last ted as Grand Correspondant and Bill Dickie as Grand Impremier (printer) by the new Grand Chef de Gare Jay Kramer of Spokane. Clinton served on the Grand Prom trophies and awards 8/15-22-29 3t For_ the first time, there is de- less than 40 percent today. This veloping a broad effort towards decline is so alarming that if week--for being first to reach its attendance quo- ta and for exceeding its quota farther than any committee and Dickie was chairman of the publica- other voiture. Voiture 135's Chef de Gare Roy Clin- tions committee. Clinton, Faubert and Dickie were ton (left), John Luhm and Correspondant Ed Voiture 135's official delegates. Other Voiture 135 Faubert (right) pose with the trophies at the voyageurs who attended included Mel Dobson, Jay conclusion of the annual Grand Promenade installa- Umphenour and Del Weston. tion banquet Thursday night. Luhm was re-appoin- Shipbuilding Subsidies Seen AM - To Dwindling Lumber Shipments cussions continue in earnest, There solving the problem of dwindling lumber shipments from the U. S. Northwest to the U. S. Atlantic Coast. This common concern and desire for action is shared by groups representing the ports of Oregon and Washington, labor unions in both states and northern California, and cargo lumber ship- pers. This is their problem: Since 1961. U. S. lumber mills on the West Coast have lost a half-billion board feet in orders to British Columbia because of higher-cost shipping on American vessels (required for inter-coastal shipments) rather than on more modern, efficient, lower-cost for- eign ships. This represents a price of $35.000,000 annually lost to American producers, ports and wage earners. The U. S. Northwest ntade 70 percent,of shipments to the Atla-, tie Coast in 1960 -- and makes Bi// To A, , a Lumbe' Shipping Passes Congress Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen reported Lhis week that her bill to exemp lumber ano lumber products from the rate fil- ing requirements of the 1916 Ship- ping Act passed the House of Rep- resentatives Aug. 5. "This measure has already pass- ed the Senate and today's action by the House of Representatives certainly is good news to the lum- ber people of southwest Washing- ton." Mrs. Hansen said. Mrs. Hansen explained that when the bill becomes law -- at. ter the President has signed it --. shippers of lumber will find it easier to compete with foreign shippers of lumber by eliminating some of the red tape now required by law. She said that under present law a water carrier must file with the Maritime Commission the rate he charges for lumber. Mrs. Hansen explained that the water carrier was reluctant to reduce rates for he knew that 30 days would elapse between the time he applied for a rate increase and the time the in- crease was effective. "There is no question that our lumber shippers have been hurt and .hurt badly---by this regula- tion," Ms. Hansen said. "Passage of this bill truly will be of im- mense help to making it possible for our lumber industry to com- pete more effectively and on more even terms with our Canadian neighbors." action is not taken soon "we may lose the cargo lumber industry," says Joseph ,McCracken, executive vice president of the Western For- est Industries Assn. Less than a decade ago, there were 140 vessels engaged in inter- coastal lumber trade. Now, only three lines employing fewer than 15 ships are in the service, and one of the lines is a lumber com- pany shipping its own production. VARIOUS GROUPS have at- tempted with i:ttle success to combat this decline, individually, in various ways by seeking higher tariffs, by opposing the Jones Act that requires inter-coas- tal shipping on American vessels, etc. Finally, however, these groups are beginning to discuss the prob- lem with cne another - to seek a unified approach to a common problem that is costing them all production and payrolls. It is' the first time that the lumber manu- facturers, the ports, and labor have met to seek a solution to their common ills. They are meet- ins at the invitation of Richard Ford, executive secretary of the Washington Public Ports Assu. They agree on several points that the cargo hunber business is the heart of Northwest domestic shipping . . . that unless an early solution is found, this cargo lum- ber business may be irretrievably lost. and with it further payrolls in lumbering and in port commu- nities. Although no group action can be reported as yet, the dis- what's Doing Among Our : SERVI(EMENi | ! Skip A. Hash, fire control tech- nician first class USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hash, Potlatch. re]sited Ismir, Turkey, recently aboard the guided missile frigate USS MaeDonough. Army PFC 5ohn L. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Morris, Union. was named soldier of the month for the 8th Infantry Dirt- sion in Germany in early July. A clerk-typist in Headquarters Coin- party of th division's 8th Supply and Transportation Battalion, Morris was selected for his soldier- ly appearance, knowledge and per- formance of duties and military courtesy, Richard C, Holtorf, seaman ap- prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Holtorf, Shelton, is stationed at the Naval Air station, Giynco, Ca, He reported to the air station, 3uly 1, from the Re- cruit Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Chester D. Marler, 22. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Marler, Shel- ton is undergoing nine weeks basic training at the :Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. The intensive recruit training program includes naval orienta- tion history and organization, ord- nance and gunnery, seamanship, sentry duty and military drill, da- mage control, shipboard routine, physical fitness, swimming, first aid and survival. Phillip W. Collett, hospitalman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs Vernon L, LaMarsh Shelton recently re- turned from a six-week midship- nen training cruise aboard the at- tack aircraft carrier USS Shangri- La in the North Atlantic off New- foundland and down the St, Law- rence Seaway to Quebec, Canada. Gou00-y Has One is considerable feeling that Lhe best immediate opportunity for labor, management and the ports to obtain relief is to support cur- rent legislation before Congress. This legislation is proposed by Sen. Bob Bartlett of Alaska (S. 17731 and Rep. Thor Tollefson of Tacoma IHR 7384) and calls for a straight shipblfilding subsidy for domestic trade, along the lines of the current federal subsidy for vessels in foreign trade. THERE APPEARS to be grow- ing support for this legislation, although an interim solution wonld undoubtedly be required to keep the cargo lumber business going until modern, efficient, competitive U. S. carriers could be constructed. Such an interim solution would be of critical importance to lumber- men in the Northwest, since their ranks are fast dwindling 1ruder the current shipping squeeze. Thus a glimn.er of progress is seelt in tim ques to regain lost yrol'ls in our coastal region ,is labor, management, and the ports are sitting down together to seek joint, action against a problem that is hurting the entire U. S. Northwest. NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a request for Prelinlinary Budget for the County Fair Fund was requested by the County Fair Association. at their meeting of July 16. ]963, at which time they went on Motion requesting tile Auditor to expidite a Supple- ilental 1963 Budget to their Construe- on Fund. in amount $3,000.00. which funds have been received frmn the State of Washington. lult not antici- pated in their original 1963 Budget. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Board of County Conunissloners will hold a Hearing hereon, at their egtflar meeting in the Courthouse, on Monday, August 26th, a 11:45 a.m.. for the purpose of fixing the final Budget on the a('c.ount as set out above, and any tax-payer may appear and be heard for or against said proposed Budget DATED at Shelton Washington H.is 12th day of August. 1963, Board or" Counly Commissioners of Mason County, Washington. By C. NOLAN MASON Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board. 8/15-22 2t CALL TOR BIDS The Corarnissioners of Mason Connly PUD No. 3 are calling for sealed bids fro" one Line Truek Body, equipped with fully hydraulic tin'rot type ho6nl. and hydraulic digger. Complete specifications can be ob- tained from the PUP office in Shel- ton. Washington. Bids will be received up to 1:30 P.M.. August 19, 1963, at the PUD office. 3rd & Cota Street, at which time they will be opened and publicly read. The Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to pur- chase the equipment which in their judgmen: will best serve the require- ments of th District. A certified cheek, payable to the District of 5% of the amonnt bid; nlUSt aceon/pany each bid. EDWIN W. TAYLOR. Secreiary 7/18-25 8/1-8-15 5t ORDINANCI,: NO, 7(|5 ,N ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE STANDARDS FOR INSTAL- LATION OF GAS APPLIANCES AND GAS PIPING IN BUILDINGS THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF THE NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS, BULLETIN NO. 54, DATED AUGUST. 1959. The City Commission of the City of Shelton. Washington does ordain as follows : Section 1. The National Board of Fire Underwriters, Bulletin No. 54, Dated AUgust, 1959, and any futm'e re- visions of the same is hereby adopt- ed as the technical standard for the in- stallation of gas appliances and gas piping in buildings within the City of Shelton, Section 2. Appliance Inslallation: 1. A gas stop will be installed abead of any other fittings where a gas pipe comes through the floor or wall to a zas appliance. 2. No gas appliance shall be h)cated in such a manner that it cannot be readily adjusted. 3. All appliances will be vented ex- cept listed cooking equipment, refri- gerators, counter appliances, and speci- alized equipment of limited outpnt such as laboratory equipment, gas lights, etc. Section 3. Amerean Standard Instal- latton OF Domestic Gas Conversion Burners, dated 1958. and an.',, future re- 'isions of the same is hereby adopted as the technical standard for the instal. fatten of domestic gas ('onversi(,n bur- ners in buildings within the City of Shelton. Section 4. A minimum of three (3) copies o' NBF-0" No. 54 and Anlerican Standard Installation OF Domestic Gas Conversion Burners will be available nt the City Hall at all times for in- spection. Introduced in regular Commission meeting this 6th day of August, 1963. Passed in regular Commission meet- ing this 13 day of August, 1963. F. A, TRAVIS 3r. Mayor DAVID L. KNEELAND Commlssioner of Finance [ ELROY NELSON Commissioner of Public Works ATTEST : ; ALMA K, CATTO I City Clcrk [Approved as to form: ,IOHN C. RAGAN City Attorney y A l 8/]5 it I Tr. Want Ad I I I I I 1 II estecs and exteniknu.tll ,11" | I  "lh._ patltogo fw m"U g=ur4.1 i % % I lt -- IOts. Combines 2Ya hp vAflt I I  dlale-llrive tmnml, s|tm II | [  dleBvlr equ=lent o' 4 hp I /  worm-gear un. Comes  II  Iff -- tma,q,, whmb.  l __ -- _ . , ,/ :!} ,: ;::, -..!. 119s Saeger Hotor Shop Highway Deaih During July Mason County was one of 15 counties in the state which helped reverse Washington's rising traf- fic death rate last month. State Patrol Chief Roy A. Betlaoh said Washington State Safety Council records show the county had one less traffic death this July than in July 1962. The county's single death in July brings its 1963 toll to five. Chief Betlach said the state's traffic toll in July was 11 less than for the same month a year ago, marking the first time in three months that the monthly fatality total had dropped below hte corre- sponding period in 1962. He noted, however, that the state's total 1963 highway death count at the end of July was still 46 more than the average for the three preceding years. on Hillcrest ..... JL I ,, _J L .J. I ,,, , ,, Boon's Plumbing, Heting & Sheet Metal Will be closed for veation August 16 - 24 8/15 TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal f)akland Bay tides ar 1 hr. and 50 ram. late, and plus :%0 fL Hi Used '62 Int  Ton picl speed - der - Real SharP. '62 Ford Lo11g' tip - 3 speed 6 eyhnder - '60 I: ,:2 Tou panel. Power - LoB. '6O :5 Ton Hubs - ,t '52 Int {,/_, Ton base - 3 '52 S h Ton speed. '50 Studeb 1 Ton Cab Engine - 4 Friday, August 16 High ............. 2:10 a.m. 9.7 fL. Low . ............ 9:33 a.m. -1.0 ft. High ........... 4:59 p.m. 10.5 ft Low . ............ 10:12 p.m. 5.9 ft. Satnrday, August 17 High .............. 3:11 a.m 9.6 ft. Lew .............. 10:23 a.m. -1.2 ft. High ............. 5:42 p.m. 10.9 ft Low .............. 11:05 p.m. 5.5 ft. Sulnlay August 18 High .............. 4:08 a.m. 9.6 ft. Low ........... 11:08 a.m.. -1.1 ft. High .............. 6:21 p.m. 11.1 ft. Low .............. 11:51 p.m 4.9 ft. Mnnday, August 19 High ............. 5:00 a.m. 9.6 ft. Low .............. 11:50 a.m -0.8 ft. High .............. 6:54 p.nl. ]1.1 ft. Tuesday, August 20 t-Iigh ............. 5:48 a.ln. 9.5 ft. Low .............. 0:32 a.m. 4.3 ft. High ............ 7:25 p.nl. 11.0 ft. Low .............. 12:29 p.m. -0.2 ft. Wednesday, Augnt 21 Iigh .............. 6:34 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low ............. 1:11 a.nt. 3.8 ft. High .............. 7:54 p.m 10.8 ft. Low ............ 1:07 p.m. -0.5 ft. Tllurday, Aug'ust 22 High .............. 7:20 a.m 9.0 ft. Low .............. 1:50 a.m. 3.3 ft. High .............. 8:22 p.m, 10.5 ft. |1 Low .............. 1:44 p.m. 0.4 ft. "=''''"--" EAGLES PICNIC SUNDAY Chrysler Shelton Eagles Aerie No 2079 Intern will hold their annual picnic at 1 ..... '-st St, p.m. this Sunday aL Maple Beach. [u/ o. r,, .( Coffee and pop will be furnished, i iEPHYRti-GHT!" CRYSTAL CLEJ POWER PA That's the new Beltone aid. 23% lighter than any Hearing is believing! Let your you. We will give you a FREE he: up and demonstration, without and you can judge for yourself. us at: EELLS & VALLEY Friday, August 16, 1963  Between 10 A.M. and 12 n00 DANIEL E. 611 Certified Hearing Aid Serving Mason County since BELTONE HEARING 106 E 4th Avenue. Olympia Douglas Fir and Western Henflock Lumber, Acoustical. Insulating and }1ardboard products. Plywood and Doors. SIMPSON TIMBER GOMPANY RELY ON SIMPSON TIMBER COMPANY Founded In Shelton In 1895 Under the direction of Mason County Ex- tension Agents Charles Peck and Jane Wind- sor, 46 leaders and many other interested citi- zens areworking with 247 4-Hers. Young and old alike are learning good citizenship and cooperation and having fun doing it. Recently 160 youngsters attended 4-H camp at Panhandle Lake, for the htghlight of the year's recreation activity. Now they are pre- paring for fairs al Elma and Shelton the next two weekends in the culmination of a year of activity and learning. August days are extra busy for Mason County 4-H members and leaders as they shift into high gear in one of the finest youth pro- grams existing anywhere. SALUTE TO 4-H $CHOOL HOM($ PAYflOLL$ GOV(RNM[NT