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Tracy Hamlin po leg WSCS SI Noon Potluck A "Get Acquainted" noon potluck luncheon will be given by the Women's Society of Christian Service in the United Methodist Church on Tuesday. A business meeting will follow. The program, beginning at 1:30 p.m., will consist of a report from the School of Missions representatives, Mrs. Robert (Dottle) Barber and Mrs. Leon (Marda) Moore. Guests are welcome. ergreen liege l pen ng September 27 remains the target day for Evergreen's long awaited opening, though subject to continuing evaluation, says Vice President For Business Dean Clabaugh. Barring further serious work stoppages, terribly adverse weather, or some unforeseen problem, the date is a firm one. Art Show Set The annual Sidewalk Show of Clabaugh says housing presents one problem that must be dealt with, since the ten-story residence hall probably will be only half-finished on opening day. Two, perhaps, three, of the five-story buildings probably will be finished and 152 spaces in modular units also will be ready. Since all of the college's housing won't be ready for the more than 600 students who have signed up for it, the college has been negotiating with a private developer for short-term rental of keeping a watchful eye on the library and heating plant, Clabaugh said. The heating plant was due for a test late in August. Workmen were pouring on the coals to get key areas of the library ready for that all-important September 27 deadline. Once opening day arrives, the problem of campus access is going to become readily apparent to students, staff and college visitors. At best, a solution seems about two years away. With enrollment the Shelton Art Club will be held space to fill the gap. due to triple between now and from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on tn addition to the housing then, the traffic problem is likely Legal Publicalkns September 18 in front of the units, college officials also are to become, a headache of _-_--_--------.--~-_____,, Penney store, bothersome proportions. Funds for this work will be requested during the expected 1972 special legislative session. Further complicating the transportation problem, the Thurston County Commission decided not to construct a proposed new arterial which would have connected Cooper Point Road at the eastern tip of the campus. Consequently, only two means of access will be available for at least the next two years - via Kaiser Road from the north or south and Overhulse Road from the south. Kaiser, tying to the college ring road, is the preferred means of access. The college also has requested NOTICE OF SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That a request for a 1971 Supplemental Budget hassame, duly verified, on the been received from the Masonundersigned or the attorney of County Fair Association, record at the address stated below requesting the County Auditor to and file the same with the Clerk expedite a 1971 Supplementalof this Court, together with proof Budget in amount $8,000.00; and of such service within four NOTICE IS FURTHER months after August 26, 1971, or GIVEN: That the Boardof the same will be forever barred. -~-----------------------_ The college asked the last that Overhulse Road be vacated ~-_-._-_-_-_-._-._-_-_-_-_-._-._-_------_-_ legislature for funding of a ~here it passes through the four-lane, limited-access parkway campus. If the request is granted, Legal Publications Legal Publications to connect the campus with the County Commissioners will hold a Linda Nelson Hearing thereon, at their regular 605 Second Avenue West meeting in the Courthouse, on Ashland, Wisconsin 54806 Monday, September 20, 1971, at Sanchez, Martin & Armstrong 11:30 A.M. Said Hearing is to be Attorneys for Estate held for the purpose of reviewing 309 Great Northwest Savings Bldg. and adopting said Supplemental Bremerton, Washington 98310 Budget, and any taxpayer may 8/26-9/2-9-3t Neal L. Puter, P. O. Box 2, Union, Washington. Or Otto Wojahn P. O. Box No. 95, Union, Washington. Neal L. Puter Secretary F.P.D. No. 6 Union, Washington 8/26-9/2-9-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4218 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Olympia-Aberdeen Freeway. The legislature approved money to build the first two lanes of the parkway, but the project - providing the major avenue of approach to the campus - won't be completed until the fall of 1973, at the earliest. The legislature did not provide funds requested by the college to tie the two-lane parkway to the campus road system, which means the state appear and be heard for or against THE STATE OF WASHINGTON road will end in a forest until the 126 Cota that section of Overhulse ultimately will be closed, but not until the state-financed parkway is opened. Meanwhile, the college will maintain an Overhulse intersection with the main campus road. This is not an optimum solution to the problem, but will allow some relief from expected traffic congestion. CORRECT FORMAL WEAR Complete Tuxedo Rental Service Men's Women's t 409 Rail_road EARS PIERCED FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 14 KARAT GOLD POSTS AT JUST $ 50 O EXPERTLY DONE WITH MODERN INSTRUMENTS. Shelton Io 426-2651 Brushed cotton denim, cotton suede, vinyl wet or dry look, cotton tapestry or velour, polyurethane 'leather, and more. Every length. Sizes for misses and juniors. Now, isn't this a sale to brighten up your life? * JCPenney The valueS are here every aay "It" Shop daily 9:30/5:30 Friday Niqhts 'til 8:30 P.M. CARPETS . RUGS . WALLS . - --- FLOORS . FURNITURE i ' HOUSEWIDE CLEANING t -~i,--.I INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN, ALL WORK SUPERVISED lily wNED & ~ R ~t Q U A LOCALLY O ......... T E S O F : ~ v I~I~MASTER A MY OPERATED. OF SERVICE CADE ONE TIME CrR ON A " , DuLED ESTIMATEs C REGULARLY scHE GIVEN HEER FULLY BASIS. The one to call for a household spot -- or a spotless house. At FURNIS RT. 10, BOX 27 , , SHELTO,N. ] OF MASON COUNTY ? for Thursday, September 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9 ideas for bulletin boards. She NOTICE TO CREDITORS '~. often assists her mother in the No. 4224 making of posters and in the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF decorating of rooms. While at THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ~" summer school she made postersFOR MASON COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of frShakey'sPizzat)arlr" EDWARD H. FAUBERT, There are no sororities in Deceased. Western Washington State The undersigned is the x. College, but Tracy ttamlin has appointed and qualified personal representative of said estate. found many activities. She taught Persons having claims against the '~ baton-twirling to the children of deceased are required to serve the ,~ the Moose Lodge in Bellingham. same in duplicate, duly verified, She participated in sight-seeing on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address trips with a college group stated below and file the same '~ composed of Methodist Church with the Clerk of this Court, '~" members. She headed a Campfire together with proof of such service within four months after Group. SeDtember 2, 1971, or the same For her fifth year, Miss wdhl be forever barred. Hamlin will go into the field of Beryle W. Faubert child developlnent or science. She321 Alder Street Shelton, Washington 98584 plans a career in primary teaching. Robert L. Snyder Attorney for Estate "l love college," she states, 125x/2 N. 5th 4 "~ "and 1 found the people Shelton, Washington 9858 "X" congenial. I like Bellingham;it's,a 9/2-9-16-3t ,~, beautiful town, and I wouldn t ~ '~ mind living there." NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4220 "X- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ~. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Guild Plans Sale FOR MASON COUNTY. =~ IN THE MATTER OF THE 7 ESTATE OF JOHN HAROLD A rummage sale starting at ,.~ p.m. Friday in the PUD will "NELSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS GIVEN that tbe lip precede the 8:30 p.m. meeting of undersigned has been appointed ,~ Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedic and has qua,flea as personal re.~resentative of this estate. ,~ Guild. oo~---,= having claims against the Comnlittees to work on ctece~sed ~re required to serve the ~, bazaar projects will be organized. ii 38 ............ yd. '~ i i Reg. &98. One of the finest ~,, ~ :! ,/" ~.~ bonded acrylics you can find New ~ *~ colors, patterns. Bonded with acetate ~ ~- "X" tricot, machine washable 54/56". L ~ :~ "~ ~~- - - .arance~--~ * gg _V_ SO ONLY IBO ONLY Men's Shirts $150 Boys' Sweaters $ -11, Orig. 2.S0 ......... NOW 1 ~. o.g. 3.ga/ .ga ........ NOW . ONLY 30 ONLY bp' Shirts Women's Sbcks $=1111 Orig. 1.60/3.S0 NOW. "*/ a 'V o,,0 ooo ........ .ow '1 ,, ONLY p. ONLY, . , --- women s 3weater ., Melll I Or g 5/7 00 @ , .tL Orig. 5 & 6 ......... NOW " - ....NOW 11 ; . 511 ONLy J~- Orlg. 2/1.22 ........NOW " " " I ,o$2 . el ley l The values are here every day. Shop dail; 9:30/5:30 Fridays 't,I 8:30 P.M. 1 / said proposed Supplemental CALL FOR BIDS FOR MASON COUNTY. needed connection gets built living offTracy llamlin has lived in Shelton Budget. they please,since she was a ninth-grader. SheDATED this 8th day of Notice is hereby given that IF~TTAHTEE MoAFTTEREDOEFRTHE ............................................... ***.,.., ......................... trnPus should has three sisters. Her father is September, 1971. sealed bids will be received by the AUSTIN PRUITT Deceased. ,'~l:~lg:~lg:~l~;~lg:~lgql)l~:~ll~l~l~l~~ ~';~I~;IF;I;;~Ig~I~I~I~I:~I~IC:~:~I~I~:~ ,~ board of commissioners of Fire NOTICE IS (~IVEN that the ~ ,~, BOARD OF COUNTY Protection District No. 6 of undersigned has been appointed ,~, ,~, ege,"declares owner and operator of Hamlin's COMMISSIONERS OF ~ason. County, Union and has qualified as personal ,~, .~_ Who will be Hobby and Toy Shop and her M A S O N C O U N T Y , ristmas from mother is a teacher, employed inWASHINGTON. asnington, until 8:00 p.m. representative of this estate. ~ lngtn State [.acey. Ruth E. Boysen Tuesday, October 12, 1971 at Persons having claims against the ~ .... . ~. Which time the bids will be deceased are required to servethe ~ II iellrlt' Auditor & Clerk of the Board. publicly opened and read at the same duly verified, on the ~ II I11/ll~t~' ~=~l;;;ll~, OC]Vq / 70,, -1~ Square dancing is a favorite 9/9-16-2t Union Fire Hall Onion, undersigned or the attorney of "~ ~ -- -- ~1~ recreation. Miss ltamlin learned ~-- es in Mathes, a Washington, 98592 P. O. Box No.record at the address stated below d~, IUlIPU 1 I'il lrll tt lr ll l~i~liilll I Irlll girls. Relaxedh e r d o - p a s o s a n d h e r NOTICE TO CREDITORS here ,:Ire no spin-chain-throughs as a No. 4222 2. T f ........... and.filethe.same with theClerk~ ~V~l Vql~ll q~lll~,~l~l [~ ]~,~lr~' Idl~ ,~, o urnisn one (1) I~/Z t-oroor mis court, together wire prooT .~. _ seven-year-old in Los Altos, Cal., IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF model L-800. and Front mount, of such service within four ~ ~.,i,1,~,._.. I___ _ ~_ and has joined many clubs during THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1000 G.P.M. triple combination months after August 26 1971 or~ ztn~r 1Rv~_r Tnl Year no male the ensuing years. She is a FOR MASON COUNTY. fire pumper with a 1000 gallon the same will be forever barred] ~ ...... l~l~ Vl lVl In the Matter of the Estate of booster tank and other associated Thomas D. Pruitt '~' ~,1~= I ...... J l___ _~_ ':ted in rooms member of Shelton's Salty ACHSA M. MYERS, Deceased. equipment as outlined in the Personal Representative ,~ ~'W i~lu~r~n Ir~l a ration hours, Sashayers and at the beginning of The undersigned is the specifications. All bids to be Star Route 3 Box 88A 4~ tll l~l~/~wl IVt ,llowed. Afterthe last school year, she joined appointed and qualified personal F.O.B. Union, Washington. Belfair, Washington ,~, .~. representative of said estate.Each bidder will be required Sanchez, Martin & Armstrong ~ rule, visitors the Skagit Squares of Mt. Vernon, Persons having claims against the to submit a bid bond in the Attorneys for Estate ~ ltil midnightAs a skilled seamstress, Miss deceased are required to serve the amount of 10% of the bid price. 309 Great Northwest '1~ '~' duntil4a.m, tlamlin makes many of her own same in duplicate, duly verified, Specifications may be Savings Building '~ ~ urnrner a newga rments, including fancy, on the undersigned or the obtained uoon written reouest toBremerton, Washington 98310 ~. ~ attorney of record at the address 8/26-9/2-9-3t,~ ~ ,~, for those _.21 full-skirted square dancing stated below and file the same dresses. She has gained a with the Clerk of this Court, "~ t"1t53 t ghter of Mr.reputation as a designer andtogether with proof of such ******************************~i~_ lli"X' Oi::lll Lye. Hamlin, is maker of men's neckties, service within four months after September 2, 1971, or the same ~. Reg. 2.98. Bonded acrylics in ~t'~ "~. :Y education She loves to cook, and will be forever barred, plaids, solids, stripes, folklore ~'.~ considers the art to be one of her Barbara Evers ,~, patterns, all perfectly color ~ .~, 'Urses in just most interesting hobbies. She Route 10, Box 94 enjoys swimming, and prior to herShelton, Washington 98584~ matched. Bonded with acetate L .~, says. "This ~ tricot Machine washable 54 56" ~ e,n,t-teac,hing c o ] ]e ge years she was an Robert L. Snyder Attorney for Estate '~ " ~ accomplished baton twirler. 125V2 N. 5th "~ I~ Cruz, Cal., tier interest in art tendsShelton,Washington98584 "X" :~ toward the creating of signs and 9/2-9-16"3t ~ Ill ~ ..... * posters and the development of ~ ~ :