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eptember 19 1963 StrELTON--MAJON COUNTY JOURNAL---Publlshed in "Chrlstmastown, U.&A.', Shelton. Washington PAGE :t i ........ mT ................ . ........... -- .............. , ............ i Real Estate MBLER 3 bedroom home lot. You will love arrangement, spa- ample storage and of this fine years young and for only $14,000. SEE SEAUTY! You have been wait- as so many extras a book about it. active family be- OUr bedrooms, large Charming living ths, 3 fireplaces in the step- Uch, much more, see it. ! 2 "fixer-upper" for $1,500 under This property Why not take a YOur spare time hOUse has 2 bed- extra large living Other is a com- J us( $3,500 FIRST Y 3 bedroom home =rs for omy $6,750. eat and clean and a large double lot and school. There kitchen with lots a large utility and carport. THEN home has remodeled inside S.in Perfect condi- reSpect this pro. gree it is a gooo has been done ew paint inside carpeted bed- and much Y terms at only iVing at it's best. split level home Only $12,500. A Separate din- make Wil enjoy livinv a partial base- Call Vince an appointment. sparkling 2 bed- home has every- including a Waterwheel. We -=r find a better ;ide you will baseboard s, a most de- an extra Hurry! This ESTATE ANYTI ME CALL @ I E--426 6501 1-3228 Legal Publications AI)VI,',RTISEMI,;NT FOB BIDS Project No. Wash. 62-C-513-A12. North Mason Consolidated School Dish'iei No. 403. owner. Separale sealed bids for a Cafetorium Buihling at Belfair. %Vashington will be received by North Mason Consoli- dated School District No. 403 at tile office of the Snperiniendenl; of St'heels. l;elfair. Wash.ington until 8:00 o'clock p.m.. D.S.T. Oct. 2. 1963. and lhen at said office lmblicly opened and read ahod. The Information for Bidders. Form of Bid. Forln of Contract. Plans. Spe- THE OWNER SAYS "SELL" Immediate possession of this cozy 2 bedroom home. We can unhesitatingly recommend this modern home as one of exceptional desirability and value. There is a colorful patio, very good gar- age and storage house, large util- ity, carpeted bedroom and neat as a pin. The owner has alreaay moved so let's go look. Then talk terms and price. ........... A. ROY DUNN --- ALL AMERICAN BEAUTY Achievement in home design and arrangement' This one is a nearly new split entry, 3 bedroom home in perfect condition. It's lo- cated on an excellent view lot and features a large sandstone fire- place in living room. very attract- ive dining room with glass door to the patio. Built in appliances in kitchen, 2 baths, super fam- ily room with fireplace. Two-car garage, workshop and utility. The FHA price is $19,750. As modern as tomorrow. Make it yours to- day. -- A. ROY DUNN ANOTHER LOVELY HOME Excells in every way that counts with discriminating home buyers. The spacious living room features new hardwood floors and fireplace with raised hearth. The kitchen is compact and conven- ient with dining area. You'll love the attractive play room, hobby room. and extra nice yard. There are 3 bedrooms, utility, attached garage, tool house, and many more features that lend to today's comfortable home life. The price is $19,750 with terms to please any purchaser. A. ROY DUNN SMALL GOING BUSINESS Thi is the ideal location for the retired couple wanting to keep active, or the young family wanting to build future assets. It's a small grocery and service tation that's complete in every letail plus comfy 2 bedroom home, ,)-car garage, lots of storage. This 9ne will make you a living while building a good equity. Better look ';oday. Price and terms are very ood. A. ROY DUNN TWO FIXER UPPERS These are both older places that have been mostly remodeled, but seed a little more work. One is 'orated close to downtown ana the other on the outskirts. At- tractive terms can be offered and oth are priced below $4,000. Why sot check these today. - A. ROY DUNN --- WATERFRONT 246' A-1 Hammersley Inlet. Nice nodern cottage. A steal at $13,- 300. 62' Philips Lake. $400 down, 25 per me. $3,000. 100' Harstine Island. Very good home. guest house, nice location. 18.900. 55' Hood Canal rustic 4 bed- room cottage. Nice dock. $9,950. 100' Hood Canal. Small sum- mer cabin. Nice frontage, $9,000. 55' Lost Lake only $45.00 a front foot. Easy terms available. 100' Spencer Lake. Nice 3 bed- room daylight basement home. $13,500. A. ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call'. Mary Voss .................... 426-8074 A. Roy Dunn ................ 426-4601 PHONE 426-6863 126 RailrOad | Walter George-- Manager, broker PHONE 426-6642 -- HOME PHONE 426-3530 Rltner, Herb Rotter ASsociates, Ino, Accounting & Bookkeeping 2 HOUSES--3 acres cleared. One six room, water system, Close to town. Full basement. hOUSE, garage and two lots - $4000. 1, carport, 75 x 100 foot lot - $11,200. 'RENT, 45 acres, 3 room house, garage with upstairs- $14,750. E, garage, close to shopping center, $4500 payment $1,000, $50 per month, 3 bedrooms, garage, Lot 60' x 120' basement, furnace, fireplace, corner lot, just " $13,500. fireplace, carport, large utility room and $11,200. JSE, three bedrooms, fireplace, electric heat 60 ft. of waterfront, close to town. $12,000 dining room, fireplace, garage and car- $18,500. 4-bedroom house. One acre of land, spring garage, workshop  $9,500. HOME, corner lot, hot water heat, fireplace, on Anglcside -- $10,500. farm home, 9% acres, 250 ft, waterfront [ Legal Publications Legal Publications cifications. nld Form of Bid P, ond. Perfocln;lucc and Payment Bond, anti other COlltraPt docnnlenls nlay be ex- aHdned al the followina': William Arihl .Johnson and Asso- ciates: ;3506 Bl'oadv[ly; Everett. 1.rasil- ington. Associated General Contractors: 215 W. Harrison: Seattle Washington. Associated General Contractors: 1605 Cenler Street. Taconla. Washington. Plan Bureau. 172 Mercer Street, Se- attle, Washington. Copies may he obtaiued at the office el William Arild JohllSOn & Associates. located at 3506 Broadway, Everett. Washington upon payment of $20.00 for eact set. Ally successful bidder, upon returning such set promptly and ill good condition, will he refunded his payment, and any non-hidder up- on so returning such a set will be refunded 5.00. waive any [nfornlalities or t, reject any or all bids. Each bidder musl deposit with his[ hid security n the alnount, lorln and,] .ulljeet to the eondiiions provided in tile Inf(wmation for Bidders. Attenlion of bidders is particularly called to tile roquirenlonts ,'Is to con- ditions of etoploynlent tO be observed mild lUinlnluln wag'(3 rates to be paid lln(]er the contract, No bidder may withdraw his bid within 30 days after the aclual date of the opening tllereof. BETTY CRISS. Clerk North Mason Consolidated School District No. 403 9/12-19-26 3t NOTICE OF MEETING There will lie a meeting of tire Com- nllSSlOUers of the Port of Allyn at Tile owner reserves the right to R. W. Cady's Real Estate Office on Wednesday, October 2. 1963 at 7:30         D.In. lO prel)are Ill(? budget for the. Port Distri(' for 1,964. E F. BERBDRET Secretary 9/12-19 2t Legal Publications Caase No. 8393 NOTII?E OF NHERII:I,'S SALE 01" ILEAL i,;STA'rE Under General Execatian IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OIC THE STATE OF WASI-1INGTON FOR MASON COUNTY :MASON COUNTY FEDERAL CRE- DIT UNION a Corporation. Plain(if/ VS. DAN E. McHENRY and ANDREE Mr- HENRY. his wife. and the Marital Conmmnity composed of tllem. Defend- 5111.. Under and by virtue of a general execution issued out.of and under Hie seal of the Superior Court of the State of Washington. in and for said County, on the 23rd day of August, 1963. ripen a judgment rendered in said Court on the 24th day of May. 1963. in favor of MASON COUNTY FEDERAL CRE- DIT UNION a Corporation. and against DAN E. IVIcHENRY and ANDREE Mc- IIENRY. his wife and the Marital Conununity composed of them. jftdg- nlent debtors for tile SUlll of Three Thousand Nine Hundred and no/100 Dollar's. together with attorney's fees. interest, costs and increased costs, and LaBISSONIERE * Star Values. * 5 ACRES HWY, 6 MILES Two large bedrooms, spar- ions living room with fine, full * Ads to me directed and delivered, I did on Journal Wan, Pay the 23rd day of August 1963, levy up6 all the right, title and interest of said judgment debtors in and to the fol- lowing described property to satisfy said judgment, to-wit: EXGEPTIONAL (1) All that portion of the Northwest quarter (NW :}) of the Southeast quar- ter (SE ,:{) and the Southwest quarter VALUES (sw,:,) of the Northeast quarter (NI .i) of Section four (4), ToWnship nine- teen (19) North. Range three (3) West, Vr,II., wllich lies Southerly of the raze wool carpet. Plus guest house. Three acres trimmed Christmas trees; income pays your taxes insurance. Shop- shed. Well house. Includes gas- wood range, gas tank, washer, dryer. An excellent buy for $6,250. Minimum $1 000 down. 20 ACRE STOCK RANCH Four miles from Matlock. Real nice 3 bedroom farm home. Fine cedar barn, takes 19 head plus big" hay storage. All built 1952. Valley land. Plus sheds. Full price $7,950. Half down. (Elk, deer, game birds, and trout at your door). 4 BEDROOM HOME View location. Built 3 years. 1 fi baths; lovely large living room with a most attractive fireplace: family-size double- duty dining room. Two-car at- tached garage. Owners long gone. will sell $2,500 below market. Full price $17,750. Call for your appointment. 4r 3 BEDROOM IN TOWN Corner on quiet street, close to schools and everything. Lov- ely living room 14' x 24' in- cludes rug and Roman brier fireplace. White enamel kitch- en, steel cabinets. Washer. dry- er all go for $7,950. Furnace with heat registers. Shower on- ly. Nice garden. Fenced. W RENTAL PURCHASE No. 1 Two bedrooms, living room; separate dining room is well lighted; full bath. Good loca- tion. Needs paint and sharpen- mg up; build your own car- 3ort. Pay $50 for 6 months. then only $38 on balance, ot $3,200. * RENTAL PURCHASE No. 2 Neat 2 bedroom home on edge of town. Large living room, compact kitchen and di- ning area. Shower only. Wood and storage shed. Fix your own ear port, A snug home. Pay $50 monthly for 7 months. Then $40 on balance of $3.600. WE HAVE SEVERAL EX- CELLENT FARMS AVAIL- ABLE. 20 ACRES TO 160 ACRES. CHECK WITH US! CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere A G E N C Y REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th -- Shelton, Wash. Eves: John Devereux 426-8544 CLOSE TO BORDEAUX SCHOOL Only two houses away--2 bed- rooms. Carpeted living room with st,-eam that flows over said North- west quarter (NW...) of Southeast big picture windows. Kitchen is quarter (SEJ,) in a general Westerly roomy and has dining area, over- to Easterly direction, and lying West of the East 420 feet of said forty and looking covered patio and excellent East of the East line of a tract of land yard. All fenced. Separate garage heretofore conveyed to T. J. Watts. with lots of storage. Many expen- Jr., and Julia Watts. husband and sive shrubs. All this for $11,700. wife, by deed recorded in Votmne 10g of Deeds. page 126. under Auditor's File No. 119177 and said East line ex- NORTHCLIFF IS THIS EXCELLENT LOCATION Three bedrooms. F i r e p l a c e, Large dining room. Recreation room. Kitchen. Large outdoor area. Drapes and blinds included. Priced for $13,500. SPACIOUS-ROOMY-BUILT FOR THE LARGE FAMILY Three large bedrooms with am- ple closet space. Family bath and also half bath off king size fam- ily room. Formal living room and separate dining room. Kitchen is modern with built in oven. table top stove, refrigerator, lots of cup- boards and counter space has large eating area. Utility room. This excellent buy has full base- ment with fireplace and lots of room for another bedroom and rec- reation room. Garage in basement and also double carport. Come in and make an offer on this home, LITTLE FARM-- LITTLE PAYMENTS A little less than all acre goes with this trim farm, Three bed- rooms. Excellent well. Only few minutes from town on Arcadia. House is in good condition. For $1000 down and $50 per month this can be yours. Total price $6500. MT. VIEW LOCATION -- ACROSS FROM SCHOOL This prudent buy has three bed- rooms. All plastered Living room has fireplace. Living area is Legal Publications NOTICE OF SALE OF 1POBES'I? l I'llOIII'CTN VALUED h'i" NOT MOIl1,] TIIAN S2,O00.(lll STATE OF WASHINGTON. DEPART- MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, BERT t. COLE Commissioner t,f Public Lands Notice is hereby give that on :Mon- day the 30th day of Sept.. 1963. com- nlcneing al tell o'clock ill tile forenoon. at tile Sll.qton District I-leadquarlers o[ the Departnlenl. of Natural Resour- ces. the following described forest pro- ducts will be sold a public auction to the highest bidder. All trees marked with blue paint comprising approximately 100 M board feet Dou,'las fir. Located m NW.I NEL Scc. 22. Twp. 20N.. Rge. 3 (W), W.M.. Mason County, %Vahingt on. A. CASH SALE Forest products will be sold on a cash basi. Minimum acceptable bid will be $1,- 630.00. On or before Sept. 30. 1963. at 10:00 a.In., each bidder lnust nlake a nlini- muru deposit of $16"3.00 plus a $5.00 bill of sale f;e. or a total of $168,00 in the fQrm of cash, mouey order or certified check.Said deposit shall constinte an opening bid at the 'aIpraised price. Upon completion of this sale, the res- Pective deposits shall bc returzied to [the unsuccessful bidders. The purchas- er nmst pay the balance between the bid deposit nd tile full bid price on the day of sale. This balance may he paid by personal check. All checks, mo- ney orders, ctc., are to be made pay- able to the Commissioner of Public Southerly right-of-Way line of the Lands. County Road (Cole Road) and Nortll- BOND: Upon award of sale. tile pur- erly of the eenler line of an unnamed chaser must also furnish a cash l)ond tended South to tile center line of said su'eam. (2) A tract of land in the Northwest quarter.(NW,) of the Southeast quar- teT" (SE,) of Section four (4) Town- ship nineteen (19) North, Range three (3) West. W.M., particularly described as follows, to-wit: COMMENCING a the point of in- tersection of the ast line of the Southeast quarter (SE,) of Northwest qtmrter (NW{) of said Section 4, Township 19 North, Range 3 West, W.M., with the Southerly right-of- way line of the County Road. as the same is now construrted and in use over and across said land: thence run- ning %Vesterly, along the Southerly right-of-way line of said County Road. 100 feet: thence South, parallel with the East line of said forty and the East line of the Northeast quarter (NE.) of the Southwest quarter (ST ,:[), 528 feet; thence East 645 feet to the Southeast corner of a tract of land heretofore conveyed to T. J'. Watts. Jr.. and Julia Watts. husband and wife, by deed recorded in Volume 108 of Deeds, page 12, under Audi- tor's File No. 119177. aad the point of beginning of the tract of land hereby described; thence West. along the South line of said Watts land. 100 feet; thence South to the center of an un- named stream that flows over said Northwest quarter (NWA) of South- east quarter (SE) in a general Wes- terly to Easterly direction: thence Easterly. along the center line of said stream to a point due South of the point of beginning: thence North to the Southeast corner of said Watts land and the point of beginning. Ex- cepting from all the foregoing, road rights-of-way. NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on l'iday, the 27th day of September. 1963. at 1t} o'clock in the Forenoon of said day, I will sell the above de.scribed proD- erty, or so lnuch thereof as may be necessaryto satisfy said jndgntent, to- gether with atlormw's fees. interest, costs and increased costs, in alI- am- ounting to the sum of Four Tho0II1d Rifle lmd,'ed seventeen and 95/100 -- separate. Kitchen has all built-in ($4917.95)--Dollars. plus Sheriff costs appliances and is designed for and cost of publication.. Said sale will take place at the East door of the Com'thouse at 4th & Pine in said (ounty and State and will be at public auction for cash in hand to the highest and best bidder. Dated at Shelton. %Vash., this 23rd day of August. 1963. D. S. CLARK Sheriff of said County By Thora Bassett. Deputy /29 9/5-12-19-26 CALL FOR BIDS Sealed proposals Will be received at the office of the City Clerk-Treasm'er. City Hall. Shelton. Washingten until 11:00 A,M, on Monday. September 23, 1963. at which time they will be pub- licly opened and road aloud by tlle City Clerk-Treasnrer. for: Job No. 6304-A Construction of Storm Sewers and surface inlets on Pioneer Way fronl Euclid Ave, to easy work. BirCh cabinets. Extra large lot. $14.500. RIGHT DOWNTOWN -- EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Well built home has three bed- rooms and a possible fourth, now being used for den. Living room is all paneled and excellent taste in wallpaper throughout. Large family room also has fireplace. Bath and a half. Birch cabinets in kitchen. Basement. This house is only about 5 years old. Must see to appreciate. $22,500,, ANGLE AGENGY SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 U'niversity Ave. Real Estate- Insurance The City reserves the right to re- HERB -- Phone 426-8272 DICK ject any or all bids and to waive all informalities. CITY OF SHELTON ALMA K. CATTO, Clerk-Treasurer 9/12-19 2t Preferred Properties by Waterfront Realty HOOD CANAL WEST SIDE 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace, beautiful Canal home. 200' beach access. Club I/o0se, dock, and float $27,000. SOUTH SIDE 2 bedroom home, fireplace, full basement plus 100' building lot on 10w bank, fine gravel beach. $25,000. 2 Bedroom home, and 2 bed- room guest cottage, 83 ft. of 10w bank beach, both for $37,500. IN HOODSPORT ON THE BEACH 3 bedroom and guest house with fireplaces, $27,000. 2 bedrooms, fireplace, fine grav- el beach, wonderful view, $i6,- 500 (now leased) Off the Beach New 3 bedroom home, fireplace, large family room, oreek, land- scaped. $15,000. 175 ft. lot, 2 creeks, large family home ($14,000). 3 comfortable 2 bedroom homes to choose from (Hoodsport) $5,500 and up. 2 bedroom, garage, storeroom, landscaped, creek, 148 ft. beach $18,500 Trailer lots $2000 &. up No bank beach lots $200 tin. Skokomish Valley 4 bedroom home, approximately 3 acres on creek $11,750. Business Property with 3 bedroom home, 2 baths and garage. Will take small Shelton home as part payment. HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSP@RT Phone 877-5211 or 877-5575 Evening 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 NEAR SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL Tremendous view of Olympics and water. About 4 acres, Small Stream, big 4 bedroom home, full basement, attractive wooded surroundings. Must be shown by appointment, so call us today. IDEAL FOR THE WATER-LOVING FAMILY Perfectly situated on close-in Island Lake. 3 nice bedrooms. music-family room. covered deck-patio. 80' of unexcelled front- ge for swimming and boating. FHA terras to qualified buyers. A "MUST SELL" OWNER Your opportunity to own a comfortable large 3 bedroom, family room, close to school-home at a minimum cost. Save most of the usual closing expenses and assume a recent FHA mort- gage. Equity is small, house is an excellent family home. MOUNTAIN VIEW A very attractive 3 bedroom rambler With a most con- yeomen( birch kitchen complete with efficient built-in appliances, Many extra nice features include stone fireplace, beautiful hard- wood floors, extra long garage, large corner lot. Only $675 covers both down payment and closing costs. WATERFRONT ACREAGE 300' of sandy beach, gorgeous view of Mr. Rainier, about 10 acres of land, A choice buy for home or investment and just 9 miles out near Arcadia point. HERE'S A DANDY! A lonesome older 3-bedroom home badly needing a loving family to repair the ravages of time move in immediately and bring the house up to the excellent surrounding neighborhood! Just $2500! LIKE THE COUNTRY? 14 acres with considerable cleared area; ideal for your horse! There is a large 3 bedroom home to fix up and a large barn ready for use. The property has waterfront view and many be purchased on excellent terms. $6750. -- Evenings Call  426 4000 Marden Stroud ...................... 426 8162 Dick Belling ......................... of $300.00, in the feral of cash. money order, certified check or bank draft, to guarantee compliance with all terms of the bill of sale. Any sale hich has been offerdd and for which no bids are received shall not be reoffered until it has been. re- advertised. If all sales cannot bc offer- ed within the specified time o'n the advertised date. the sale shall continue on the following day be(wen the hours of ten o'clock a.ul. and four o'clock p.nl. The State of Washington does not guarantee its published cruises of the herein ]escribed forest products, and purcllasers thereof shall have no re- course against either the State of Wa- shington or the Board of Natural Re- sources if the actual cut does not equal such published crumes. Forest products must be removed pri- or to June 30, 1964. Located approximately 14 miles Northeast of Shelton. Accessibility via public roads. A copy of the forest products bill of sale contract is posted at the Shel- ton District Headquarters office. BERT L. COLE Commissioner of Public Lands 9/19 It NO. 3189 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLAIMS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY (In Probate) In the Matter of the Estate of FRAN- CES LINSEY. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. Archie E. Lindsey has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the Last Will and Testament and of the estate of Fran- ces Lindsey, deceased: and that all persons having claims against tile said estate or the said deceased are here- by required to serve the same duly verified in duplicate with tli neces- sary vouchers attached, upon the un- dersigned Executor or his attorney of record at the law office of B. Franklin Heuston. AnKle Building, Shelton. Washington. and file such claims together with proof of ervice with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six (6)" months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: 29 Angust 1963. or all claims not so preseuted and filed will be forever barred. A=CHIE ]. LINDSEY. Executor, Estate of Frances Lindsey, deceased. Address: Aliyn. Washington. B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON. Attorney for said Estate. Angle Bldg., Shelton, Wash. 8/29 9/5-12-19 4t NO. 8468 NOTICE BY PUBI,I(ATION IN THE SUPERIOR COIJRT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY BERTltA ERICKSON SULTZBACH, Plaintiff V S, PHILLIP SULTZBACH. Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO PHILLIP SULTZB AC_I : YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (69) days after the first date of publicatiou of tile Sunlmons. to-wit : Sixty days after the 19th day of September.1963, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney (or the plaintiff at his office below stated mid in case of your failure so to do. judgnlent will be rendered against you according to the demands of the Claim which has been filed.with the Clerk of said Court. The object of .this action Is to obtain an absolute decree of divorce of the parties upon th'e grounds of cruel treatment and personal indi'nities. /s/ JAMES E. DUREE P.O, Box 552 Raymond. Washington County of Pacific 9/19-26 10/3-10-17-24 6t NO. 3492 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of LUCILLE E. LOUDERBAcK , Digressed Samuel R. Louderback is the appoint- ed and qualified Administrator of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased are required to se,rve the same in duplicate, duly veri- fied. on said Administrator or his at- torney. Robert L. Snyder at the address b01ow stated, and file the sonic with the Clerk of said Court. to'ether with proof of such service. within six months after the dale of first publication of thi notice, or the same Will be barred. DATE of first publication: September 19, 196,'t. SAMUEL R. LOUDERBACK Administrator 291I Aberdeen Ave. Hoquiam. Washington ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney at Law 125% 1. 5t:h Shelton, Washington 9/19-26 10/3 3t NOTICE O BUDGET HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Mason County Fire Protection District No. 5 have completed their preliminary budget for the fiscal Year 1964 and that rite board of Fire ConunissrSners will meet at their office in Allyn at the fire hall on October 3. 1963 at 8 p.m. for the purpose of fixing the final budget. *ny taxpayer of Fire Distridt 5 may appear ht the above mentioned time and place and be hard for or against an)- pa:t of Said budget. Dated at Ai- lyn the 16th day of September 1963. By order of the Board. Signed WILLIAM E. MORGAN. chairntan. 9/19-26 2t No'rICE OF IIEABING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Commission of Ule Cty of Shelton. Washington has completed and placed on file the prelinlinary budget for the City of Sielton for the year 1964. a copy of-which will be furnished ally taxpayer upon request. NOTICE IS -dRTHER GIVEN that the City 'Commission of the Ciiy of Shclton will meet in the Cmmissi0n- era' Room at the City H11 on te 7th day of October. 1963. a.t 2:Q0 p.m. for the purpose of fi/ing the final bud.% for .fh City Of Shelton for the 'r 196%,-ali any taxpayer, my appear at said meeting and be heard for or against any part of said budget. AI01A t2 CATTO Clerk City of Slielton 9/19-26 2t Legal Publications Olympic Park Road No,lee of ,.,,.ge, Giosed Weekdays Notice is herehy given that the , Colulllissioners (,11 {ason County Fire District No. 3 al Gral)('view. Vashil]g- Effective Sept. :tl the Slair- ton. have completed their pl'elimiuary case Road witilill O]ynlpic Nation- budget for the fiscal year of 1964. ] The Board of Commissioners of said al Park was closed fronl 7 a.r,l, fire distri,'t will meet at 7:30 on Thursday, Septcmher 26. at Lhe Grape- view Fire Hall lot the purpose of fix- ing and adopting said budgel. Ally laXpayer lll;ty appear al Ill(} above lncntiolld tinge anu place and |)o heard for or against any parL of said budget. Dated at Grapeview. Vv'asll ingt on, this eleventh day of September. 1963. Arthur F. Z(-he. Secretary 9/19-26-2t NOTICE OF ]UD(IET IIEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Comnlissioners of thc Port of Hoodsport has COlnl)letcd and placed on file its preliminary Budget for the fiscal year 1964 and that the Conunissioners "*-ill nicer at Dick's Mo- bil Service Station. H(),)dsl)ol't. Wash- ington ,m Oct. 5, 1963 (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m. hw the purposP of fixing the final budge1. Any laxpaycr ntay appear at the ahove l/lentioned time and P]ac, e and bP heard for or against any part of said budget. Dated al Hoodsl)ort. Vas]lingtou by order of the P, oard. It E. LOCKWOOD, Secretary 9/19-2(; 2t to 1.1:30 a.m. and fronl noon to 4:30 p.m. daily except Stmd'y, Supt:. John E. Doerr announce(l today. Tie campground at Stair- case is closed for the seasou. Cmnpgrounds are available a short distance outside the Park at Lake Cushman State Park and Big Creek Campgrotmd in Olympic Na- tional Forest. These closures are necessary to speed up road and campground ira- proven}eat \\;.vithm this area. and to n]lnlnllze inconvenience to early spring visitors who will be coru- ing to the area. Doerr added. 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, pastor 1/31 tfn g WINNER, AJU "TRAFFIC |AFr, ty POSTER CONTSlr FiSHERHEN'S CLUB P.U.D. AUDITORIUM . 3rd and Cots SUIklDAY, SEPT. 22 9:30 a.m.Guest Speaked: Don B. Baublitts- U. S. Postal Inspector 10:00 a.m.BIBLE STUDY TOPIC "BENEFIT OF IGNORANCE" 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 p.m, Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. Robert S. Wick, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, SEPT. 22 9:30 a.m. Bible Study For All Ages 11:00 a.m.RESTLESS MEN 6:00 p.m.Youth And Adult Programs 7:00 p.m. "THE CHURCH OF GOD" "IT'S WISDOM FROM GOD" Broadcast over KHAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. WED., SEPT. 11 7:00 p.m. GROUP BIBLE STUDY J A TWELVE WEEK COURSE IN Basic Teachings Of The Christian Faith Will be conducted at FAITH LUTHERAN GHURGH 7th and Franklin Starting: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th -- 7:30 P.M. Led By: PASTOR CARL J. CARLSEN Church Phone -- 426-8611 EVERYONE WELCOME -- NO OBLIGATION ,i,,, ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:30 a.m.--Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m, Church School & Adult Bible Class 11:00 a,m.--Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer:, FIRST GHURGH OF GHRIST, SGIENTIST 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 8 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 2 to 4 p.m. Men. & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Full-Gospel In Message. Fundamental In Doctrine 130 East Pine Street Mason Younghmd, pastor Sunday School ......................................................................... 9:45 A.M. MOrning Worship .................................................................. 11:00 A.M. Christ's Ambassadors .............................................................. 6:00 P.M. Revival Service .......................................................................... 7:00 P.M, Wednesday-Bible Study and Prayer .................................... 7:00 P.M. THE METHODIST GHURGH North 4th and Pine Streeta REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MiNiSTER 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services 9:45 a.m. Church School for all ages - 6:30 p.m. Youth FellowSihp FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D, Wigton Bible School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Metinge 5:30 P.m. Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday  Bible Study and Prayer  7:30 p.m. 'aild Care Service Available at 11:00 Service MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy, So. & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Pastor Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m, ADULT INFORMATION CLASS "Life Wit5 God" 13 1-hour sessions covering the teachings of the Lutheran Church THURSDAY EVENINGS .(no obligation) Starting September 12, 1963 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCII Olympic Hiway S. & Cascad6 (H'iilcrest) The Rev. Gerald Herman, pastor r