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extension have helped in the community adioining church with four hardy workers turning up at almost every session: Harlan Olson, Ted Cook, Don Carstenson and the Rev. Wendell Harder. Plumbing was done by volunteer Warren Johnson and wiring by another volunteer, Lloyd Suhr. Jim Jesfield and his crew spent one whole day, without pay, finishing the concrete floor. Building of the kitchen cabinets has been offered free by Bruce Whitman. In charge of serving a hot meal to workers after each building session has been Izetta Dean. The following pictures were taken at the work party last week where measurements were taken for the kitchen cabinets and installation of the fireplace was tackled. Molding above the door in what will be the girl's restroom was nailed up by the Reverend Wendell Harder. Legal Publkations Legal Pubikations NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOARD MEETING All citizens of North Mason School District No. 403, Mason County, Washington are hereby notified that a Special Board Meeting of the Board of Directors of North Mason School District No. 403 will be held on Thursday, September 23, 1971 at 7:30 p.m. in the High School Library. Purpose of the Special Meeting is for revision and adoption of the School District Final Budget for the 1971-72 school year and this Special Meeting will constitute a legal Final Budget Public Hearing as provided by law. Other budgetary and financial matters of the district may be considered at this Special Meeting. This Special Meeting is open to the public and all school district patrons and interested citizens are invited and encouraged to attend. Kenneth B. Leatherman Chairman Board of Directors North Mason School District No. 403 9/16-23-2t NOTICE OF HEARING ON BUDGET, PORT OF ALLYN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Commissioners of the Port of Allyn have completed and placed on file their preliminary budget for the Port District for the fiscal year of 1972, a copy of which may be obtained by any taxpayer at the following address: Belfair firehall, Belfair, Wash. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the Port Commission will meet at the Fire Halt in Belfair, Mason County, Washington on the 24th of September at the hour of 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of fixing and adopting the final budget of the Port District for the ensuing year, (fiscal 1972) and any taxpayer may appear at said hearing and be heard for or against any part of said budget. DATED at Belfair, Washington this 10th day of September, 1971. Board of Commissioners Port of Allyn By Ellen Palmer, Clerk 9/16-23-2t CONSTRUCTION Lee Lopriore--BUILDER WE HAVE BUILDING LOTS WE HAVE FINANCING, VARIABLE INTEREST NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING LICENSED -- INSURED -- BONDED CR 5-2021 INN Pool Tables Shuffleboard Sandwiches Short Orders Dancing Don Carstenson and planned the kitchen area. Adult classes to be offered at Peninsula Are you tired of double exposures? Too light or too dark slides and photographs? Now is your chance to get first hand how to do it tips on lens settings, camera angles, and all the ins and outs of good photography. Beginning Photography is only one of approximately forty exciting classes being offered this fall thru the Peninsula Adult Evening Program starting the week of October 4. Other new classes being offered this Quarter are Leathercraft, Broom Making, Beginning Astrology, Candle Making, Macrame, Quick Gifts For the Sewer, Batik, Beginning Sculpture, Holiday Baking and Crocheting. Also new this year will be two learning experiences offered for the price of one, Batik and Stitchery; Knitting and Crocheting; Macrame and Tole Painting will be combined classes. The Fall Brochure will be mailed to all Peninsula residents during this week. However, anyone living outside the area may receive a brochure by calling the Office of Extended Education 857-2185. Harlan ttCat, t~/kL 1R~g~strnt~cn-~s o~ October 3, 1971, ~d thereaiter, until the day fo~lowin9 the General Election, to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 1971, in conjunction with any Special Elections which may be placed on the ballot. HOWEVER, Registrations will remain open for TRANSFERS ONLY, through October 18, 1971. Ruth E. Boysen Auditor & Registrar for Mason County, Washington. Please Register with the Officer in your Precinct, listed below: Airport, Leah Anderson, RL. 5, Bx. 39, Shelton; Allyn, Courthouse, 4th & Alder, Shelton; Arcadia, Leila May Hootman, Rt. 3, Bx. 364, Shelton; Belfair 1,2,3,4 Sheriff's Office at Belfair; Capitol Hill, i Courthouse, 4th & Alder, Shelton; Cloquallum, Helen M. Morrow, Rt. 1, Bx 292, Elma; Dayton, Vivian Buechel, S.R. 2, Bx. 176, Shelton;. Eells, Carmen Sarkowitz, S.R., Shelton; Grapeview, Milton J. Jennings, P. O. Bx. 112, Grapeview; Marjorie C. Jennings, P. O. Bx. 1 12, Grapeview; A newcomer to the work party sessions, Erwin Grewell found i Harstine, Emily M. Babcock, Rt. a job to keep him busy; sweeping up all the debris left on the i 2. Bx. 35, Shelton; Hoodsport, Joy W. Kilbourne, Hoodsport; floor by former work parties. Isabella, Alice Bariekman, R.R. Bx. 618, Shelton; Kamilche 1 & -% Norma A, Taylor, Rt. 1, Bx. 124, Shelton; Lake, Lela Rodewald,