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Harstine New Fa By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - The Island is soon to have two new families as permanent residents. By coincidence both families now live in California. Down at the Hole-in-the-Wall neighbors are looking forward tiffs coming weekend to John Laubach who is employed by the Health Department and will probably be commuting to Olympia. As soon as his wife and their two grade school age sons have things squared away in their hometown of Glendora they, too, will be headed north to join Dad at their Legal Publications Legal Publications Legal Publications Legal Publications from the hospital will drive down to show slides of and give a talk and answer any questions members of the audience might have about the hospital. One more reminder that the last date for original or new voters to register for the coming election is Oct. 3. This would include people moving into this County from another one. And also would include the new 18 year old voters who will be voting for the first time this year under the new law. For transfers, there are a few more days left to get registered. The last date for voters NOTICE OF HEARING FIREARMS RESTRICTION STRETCH ISLAND NOTICE alS HEREBY GIVEN: That public Hearing will be held in the Office of the County Commissioners in the Courthouse at Shelton, Washington, at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 12, 1971, regarding a decision of whether or not firearms should be restricted on Stretch Island, as Petitioned by some of the residents thereof, or, limited to "Hunting By Shotgun Only". Any interested person may appear at said Hearing, to be heard either for or against the matter. DATED this 28th day of September, 1971. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington. By Ruth E. Boysen NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 4229 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DORIS E. NELSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. Persons having claims agains the deceased are required to serve the same, duly verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service within four months after September 16, 1971, or the same will be forever barred. Virginia Wainhouse Personal Representative NOTICE OF GROUND WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 12012 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, OLYMPIA. TAKE NOTICE: That STATE of WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT of NATURAL RESOURCES of Olympia, Washington on July 7, 1971 filed application for permit to withdraw public ground waters through well situated within NW% NW]/4 NE1/4 of Section 10, Township 23 N., Range 4 W. W0 M., in Mason County, in the amount of 3 gallons per minute, subject to existing rights continuously, each year for the purpose of community domestic supply for public park. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollars ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the Department of Ecology Date of first publication September 23, 1971. Wilbur E. Snell Executor of said Estate 10221 Bridgeport Way S.W. Tacoma, Washington 98499 Estes & Damis By Spirro Damis Attorneys for Estate 10221 Bridgeport Way S.W. Tacoma, Washington 98499 9/23-30-10/7-3t ORDINANCE NO. 822 AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE LEVY OF AD-VALOREM TAXES TIN THE CITY gEF SHEL N FOR T CALENDAR YEAR 1972, AND PROVIDING THAT THE ORDINANCE BECOME EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY. John C. Ragan BE IT ORDAINED by the Hole-in-the-Wall residence, moving from one precinct to Clerk of the Board Attorney for Estate within thirty (30) days from City Commission of the City of And Jim and Orvaline Olds another within the County is Oct. 9/30-10/7-2t Title Insurance Building September 30, 1971. Shelton as follows: are eagerly looking forward to18. 122 Railroad Avenue Witness my hand and official Section 1. In conformity with having their son, Ronnie and his Maxine Waite chairman of theSUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION Shelton, Washington 98584 seal this 8th day of September, the provisions of R.C.W. wife and their two daughters. Tiffs Island's Flower Fund called to say No. 10871 9/16-23-30-3t 1971. 35.33.135, the following millage ---- Glen H. Fiedler is hereby fixed as the amount IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Department of Ecology necessary to raise the monies by past Friday when they learned that she had received a note of sincere THE STATE OF WASHINGTON NOTICE OF HEARING 9/23-30-2t tax levies required for the purpose Ronnie who is an interstate truck thanks from Beulah Hitchcock for IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF ON MASON COUNTY BUDGET ~ of meeting the expenditures driver was to be in the Tacomathe Island's donation to the MASON. vicinity they drove up and metOrthopedic Hospital in John's PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK OF N O T I C E I S H E R E BY NOTICE TO CREDITORS estimated in the 1972 budqet for WASHINGTON, a National GIVEN: That the Commissioners No. 4233 theCity of Shelton: General Fund, him at one of his stops. Sincename. Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. of Mason County have completedIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 8.000 Mills ($261,458). there was another driver and the The Memorial Service that RICHARD E. WEBBER and and placed on file their THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Section 2. This ordinance is truck was headed for Portland was held for John Following hisCATHERINE M. WEBBER, preliminary budget for Mason For the County of MASON. necessary for the preservation of they drove down there so he sudden death was a beautiful husband and wife; RICHARD C. County for the fiscal year of IN THE MATTER OF THE the public peace, health and could ride along and have a visit, tribute to a truly wonderfulman. RUSSELL d/b/a RUS-CO 1972, a copy of which will be ESTATE OF ALFRED A. safety, and shall take effect REALTY; NATIONAL BANK furnished any citizen who will call SNELL, Deceased. immediately upon its passage and He disclosed his plans for moving The minister really did a OF COMMERCE OF SEATTLE; at this office for same. Notice is hereby given that publication. his family to Shelton. From tremendous job of eulogizing the L I NDA BAHM; A. D. NOTICE IS FURTHER the undersigned has been /s/F.A. Travis, Mayor Portland his next destination was marvelous character of this quiet ROSELLtNI: and HAWAIIAN GIVEN: That this Board will appointed and has qualified as /s/David T. Kneeland Chicago. Upon his arrival back peaceful man. INSURANCE & GUARANTY meet at the Court House in Executor of the above entitled Commissioner COMPANY, LTD. Defendants. Shelton on the 4th day of estate; that all persons having/s/Glen C. Watson home in Mountclair he plans to As I passed the news of his THE STATE OF WASHINGTON October, 1971, at the hour of claims against said deceased are Commissioner help his wife and two daughtersdeath among his many friends, TO CATHERINE M. WEBBER 2:00 p.m. forthe purpose of hereby required to serve the same, Attest: move up here. While they are the one thought that kept beingand LINDA BAHM Defendants: fixing the final budget and duly verified, on said WlLBUR E. /s/Helen W. Stodden Y O U A R E ' H E R E B Y making tax levies, and any SNELL or his attorneys of record City Clerk looking for the home of their repeated was, 'I've never heardSUMMONED TO APPEAR within taxpayer may appear at said at the address below stated, and Approved: choice they plan to reside in Ethel anyone say anything against sixty (60) days after the date of Hearing and be heard for or file the same with the Clerk of/s/B. Franklin Heuston first publication of this Summons, against any part of said budget, said Court, together with proof of City Attorney John.' At the memorial service the line that touched this writer the most, was, 'John learned well the art of playing'. Right from the beginning of their marriage John was self-sufficient in providing for his family. Along with farming Rigney's home during her absence. Their older girl will attend the Pioneer School. This past weekend Helen Johnson and her close friend Ilia Chase enjoyed a quiet two days together here on the Island. The two gals relaxed and picked up to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 16th day of September, 1971, a nd defend the above entitled action inthe above entitled Court; and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your Answer on the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their office below DATED at Shelton, Washington, this 20th day of September, 1971. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington By Ruth E. Boysen Mason County Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Passed: Sept. 28, 1971 Published: Sept. 30, 1971 9/30- It fallen apples and talked over more and always landing a helping hand stated, and in case of your failure of the Board 9/23-30-2t plans for the restoring and to friends and neighbors there was so to do, judgment will be rendered against you in NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE Your Guide to remodeling of the house where always time to picnic and playaccordance with the demands of AND TIMBER SALE Helen grew up as a girl. together. All his life he managed the Complaint, which has been Expert Services in Mason County Received a message that the to make his living right here on filed with the Clerk of this Court. S E A L E D B I DS will be Degree work scheduled for the the Island. Even the one job he quietThe object of this action is totitle in plaintiffs to real receiveditsDistriCtofficeNo.bYat lpotlatch,OftheMasonPUbliCwash.CountyUtilitYuntilat iDrgs--u-'----- Agate Grange is to be postponed held as an employee, the Island's estate in Mason County, one week. First and second degree school bus driver (and he was the Washington, described as: 8:00 p.m., PDT, Tuesday, Auto October 12, 1971 for the I /I --Helena Rubinstein had been planned for Oct. 1. Plans best driver in the whole world, That part of Tract 4 of Sunnypurchase of real estate, and all I Expert Installation | [ --Cosmetics now call for it at the same place bar none.) he never had to leave Beach as recorded in Volume 2 of timber thereon, describedas -- Prescriptions Plats' page 34' lying nrtherly f fllws: I JIM PAULEY, INC. / I- Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics oneweeklater, Oct. 8. the Island to work, in the 21 State Route No. 106; Lots 17 through 20, 22 For those interested in the years he drove the bus. Brush EXCEPTING therefrom public through 29 and 31 through 34,I Mt. View | [ NEILSPHARMACY worthwhile work the Children'spicking also supplemented the roads, if any; TOGETHER with Block 50, Hood Canal Land and~31 J I 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 Orthopedic does there will be a family s income and that too was all tidelands as conveyed by State Improvement Addition to Union meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the done here on the Island. But inof Washington lying in front of, adjacent to and abutting on said City as the same is of record in the office of the Auditor of the Methodist Church. Several women between they always had the property. Said tidelands areCounty of Mason, State of Auto Repairing --. Floor Covering time' r knew hw t take the SUBJECT TO reservatin f ils' Washinqtn; tqether with all' --Malr Overhauls J I " " ] time to relax and play and gases, coal, ores, minerals and vacated portions of streets and I --Brakes & Ignition ~L~n;!eum; ~CFarr~r~c;% enjoyed their family and just fossils, together with right to ~lleys adjacent there~o,"n~l -- Welding & Tune-ups . ~ ' .... f~ OTI $ r enter and explore for same, etc., adjoining therpon; all jn Section J J l living in general. After John'sand reservation, of~right to acquire 32, T21r~.R3W,,W:M:,: ! ED'S SERVICE / I retirement they spent a great deal rights of way for private railroads, No bid will be accepted for I | I REX FLOOR COVERING of their time making their home skid roads, flumes, canals, less rthan $14,100.00. "Each bid [ 219 So. 1st 426-1212 j t Mt. View eh. 426-2292 FROM . and yard really a beautiful place watercourses, etc., with provision shall be accompanied by a deposit for compensation for damages in the form of cash or a money to relax and live. But once again caused by the exercise of such order or a certified check made in between times they traveled ""9?NE S~'m lOiN SnPiYaEn ASnEt: ;e rights, etc., made by State of payable to the District in anBarber Gunsmith and picnicked and did some Washington in deed dated March amount equal to ten per cent I Men,s Hair Styling ~ 1I Repairing Modern and1 beachcombing and spent their 20, 1928 and recorded in Volume (10%) of the bid price. Within 30 I * Razor Styling ~ I Antiques 51 of Deeds, page 70. against the days after being notified of bid I * Shampooing ~r-~] I Precision Scope & Sight ] * Regular Hair Cuts Ik~#~l I Mounting leisurethese timeactivitiesaS rockincludedhOUnds. Oftentheir claimone of ofthem.the defendants and any shallacceptance"pay thethebalanceSUCCessfUlbetweenbidderthe [ * Scissor Contc .tring ~ |1alIShtgUngaugesChke Alterations, grown son and daughter and their Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell, bid deposit and the full bid price. I BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING I Shooting Supplies. families, too. Malanca, Peterson, O'Hern &The district reserves the right I For Appointment Call 426-2072 I WARREN A. GIRARD Johnson to reject any or all bids and to [ 1618:!~Dlympic Hwy. S. [ Route2,Box 795 Phone 426-2501 But although they were By: Valen H. Honeywell waive any informality in the of itselfe..." wrote the poet John Donne. It is true we all are involved in our society and no one should try to remain apart. Isolation certainly is not the role of the pharmacist. As a businessman and a health professional, he assumes his share of the overall responsibility to serve your needs. Your pharmacist is well qualified to recommend n on prescription preparations for minor ailments of short duration and is alert to those conditions which require a physician's attention. He also acts as a source of drug nformation for your )hysician. Your pharmacist also renders you a service by not discussing the purpose of your )rescription unless your physician has so indicated. Some drugs used to treat serious illnesses also may be used in less serious situations. Your knowledge of the serious uses of a drug could cause unnecessary anxiety. You should understand that in refusing to answer some questions your pharmacist is not trying to isolate himself. However, do not hesitate to :ask questions. If he is unable to answer, he will direct you to the proper person. He would rather your inquiry not go unspoken or unanswered. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 always busy they never ever Attorneys for Plaintiffs seemed to qualify as members ofLaw Offices bidding. the Rat Race, a way of life they Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell, Bidding documents and the Malanca, Peterson, O'Hern & complete notice of sale may be never ever were any part of in any Johnson obtained at the District's office in way, shape or form. And anyone 2200 One Washington Plaza Potlatch, upon written request to that is able to avoid, especially Tacoma, Washington 98402 P. O. Box 5, Potlatch, Wash. throughout their whole life, (206) 383-4311 98574 or upon calling Hoodsport falling into the Rat Race deserves 9/16-23-30-10/7-14-21-6t 877-5200. Dated this 20th. day of a whole big bushel of admiration! September, 1971. So that one thought, (among NOTICE OF SURFACE Public Utility District WATER RIGHT No. 1 of Mason many, many others) 'John learned APPLICATION No. 23255 County, Washington well the art of playing' spelled so S T AT E O F WASH I NG TON Harold Hunter, Secretary very much about him that 1 and DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, 9/23-30-2t so many, many other people wereOLYMPIA. TAKE NOTICE: NOTICE TO CREDITORS privileged to know throughout That ELLEN G. MOFFETT No. 4230 these many years. And to a chapel of Lilliwaup, Washington on July THE SUPERIOR COURT OF filled to overflowing this tribute 23, 1971 filed application forWASHINGTON FOR MASON was paid to this fine person and permit to divert the public waters COUNTY. every word was sowell deserved,of an unnamed spring and an IN THE MATTER OF THE unnamed stream tributary of ESTATE OF GEORGE W. Our friends across the bay, Lilliwaup Bay, in the amount of WELANDER, Deceased. Bert and Grace have been busy 0.25 cubic foot per second, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN recently making an addition to subject to existing rights, that the undersigned has been continuously each yearfor the appointed and has qualified as the Gibler's Cove Inn. They have purpose of group domestic personal representative of this enclosed a large area on the back supply; during irrigation season estate. Persons having claims of the building to make room for f o r i r r i g a t i o n t h a t t h e against the deceased are required dancing, which they now have a approximate point of diversion is to serve the same, duly verified, license to permit. The floor was located within Block 55 of theon the undersigned or the plat of Lilliwaup Falls in Section attorney or record at the address completed in time for dancing 19, Township 23 N., Range 3 W.stated belOw and tile the same this past weekend. The W.M., in Mason County. with the Clerk of this Court, Campbell's are also looking Any objections must be together with proof of such accompanied by a two dollar service within four months after forward in the near future to ($2.00) recording fee and filed September 16, 1971, or the same being able to serve draft beer,with the Department of Ecologywill be forever barred. which entails still another license, within thirty (30) days from /s/Dorothy L. Demlein September 30, 1971. Personal Representative Witness my hand and official John C. Ragan seal this 17th day of September, Attorney for Estate 1971. Title Insurance Building Glen H. Fiedler 122 Railroad Avenue Department of Ecology Shelton, Washington 98584 9/23-30-2t 9/16-23-30-3t Mt. View Alliance Church 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.) . 7:00 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor IIII III 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- Mr. View Complete Automotive Service For Appointment Call I Beauty -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Pennyrich Bras ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Insurance Tired of Shopping? Let us do it for you! Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health Business-Preferred Risk? We locate the lowest cost. Insurance is our only business. ARNOLD & SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY 116 N. 2rid. 426-3317 Page 26 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 30, 1971 Building. New Homes ! Remodeling! OLYMPIC VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO. Paul Brown Wes Dosser 426-4312 426-8427 Janitor Carpet Cleaning Building Cleaning and Maintenance Residential - C~Fnmerical Shelton Janitorial Service Adolph Rapacz Route 3, Box 725, Shelton 426-8936 Cable TV For Service Call Carpet Cleaning -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture THE LORD'S PRAYER - IT'S YOURS TO USE On this program three people relate healing experiences. Each came about through an understanding of the truths of this great prayer. Broadcast this Sunday over: KXA 770 Kc 8"45 a.m. KGY 1240 Kc" 10:15 a.m. the that AChristian Science radio series FIRST CHUI 5th and' DowntoWn OCTOBEI GUEST ! BILL From: SCHOC 9:30 a.m. * 11:00 7:30 p.m .... Gospel WednesdaY 7:00 * The Church 910 East Dearborn LEWIS B. W ~! 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. ME 6:00 p.m. Youth Mtgs. 7:00 P.~ COMING * * * WED., OCT. 5, 1971 ~ 7:00 REV. AND MRS. JOHN BEARD You won't want to miss thiS!! Come -- bring a friend! _..,~ United Methodist Chur G and King Streets REV. WILLIAM ANDREWS, Minister Morning Service: 10:30 a.m. Church School begins at 9:15 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426.2805 Priesthood Meeting ........................... Sunday School ............................... Sacrament Meeting ......................... " FIRST CHRISTIAN C Arcadia and LaKe uoulevard . Bible School .... E. ?. C. HAM aB.EmR. LA I Nr's hMiinister Family Service ..... . . 7:00 p.m. Wo P. Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer Child Care S,ervlce Avadable at 11:00 First Church of Christ, 5 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m -- Church 1; Wednesday evening testimony meetings Reading room located in church. Reading 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. St, Dawd's Episcopal Chi Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington 8:00 a.m. -- Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. -- Family Service The Church is always open for meditation and Prayer. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN MISSOURI SYNOD ROLAI Wyandotte SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, Divine Service 10:30 a.rn. Sunday School and Bible Class of SHELTON CHURCH the Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Lowell Keene, Pastor 206 E. Sunday School ........................ Morning Worship ...................... Junior Fellowship ..................... Evening Service ...................... Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Masonry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and t -- Block Work Fishermen s :lub MASON'S MASONRY P.U.D. AUDITORIUM --3rd & Cote Phone 426-2278 From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday Rental Service SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Almost Anything Anywhere Minister Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED -- Housewide Cleaning Folding Banquet Tables AL FURNISH & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. ServiceMaster of Mason Co. LEW RENTS Phone 426-112.~_~1 __ 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 Faith Lutheran 7th and Franklin ::;; Chain Saws-- I Shoe Repair 1 WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and 10:00~a'r~: I - New and Used-Rentals I Polishes & Laces of all Kinds / CHURCH SCHOOL:9:30 a."" I Oregon Chains & AccessoriesI [ * All types of boots and shoes I I Small motor tune-up & repairs I repaired. / I Hours: 8 a:m. to 6 p.m. daily Christian Worship, Fellowship, I Mike's McCulloch Shop I EXPERT SHOE / I REPAIR SHOP I Kenneth Robinson, Pastor l 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426*4639 [ 311 Grove Street ] Sign Painting * All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 Concrete -- Ready-mix Concrete -- Concrete Culverts & Blocks Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone Fireplace Screens & Tools SHELTON 1521 Monroe :>t. GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park 426-3344 Custom Painting ..... ] Travel "1 I Spray or Brush / I --Air - Rail- Steamship| I Lowest Reasonable Cost I Exterior & Interior i -- BUS - Hotels - Tours | I S.N. Schouvillier I No Extra Charge for Our Service / I Star Rte. I, Box 855 I Angle Travel Res. Center | | (Twanoh Falls) I BelfairLW, n" CR5-2807 i 401 Railroad Ave. 1 L------ ,uetween 6 & 9 p.m I426-8272 426-4134j Sunday School MISSIONARY sERVICE " ' With MoRLIN REV. STANLEY Missionary to HondU Sunday, October 3, 11:( Christ's Ambassadors ................ " Evangelistic Service .................. " Wednesday -- Family Night .......... 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