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3, 1963 must be a vol- GETS DEGREE intellectual and spir- Vernon P. Havens, Shelton, was to preserve freedom among the students receiving de- --F. ]D. Roosevelt grees at Washington State Uni- versity at the end of the sumnler session. He received a master of arts degree in teaching music, Real Estate LIST. T.L low cos be yours on easy fine home has Itures including fire- basement, 3 good: Convenient kitch- co.. Olympic.. View. $12,500. Wouldn&apos;t it? I YOUR ER . . downtown 2 bed - eeds a new owner but our chance to save It is listed at wants quick ac- needs just a few make it a very tome. Call anytime !ntment. waiting for a on Angleside are four large tra spacious liv- dining, built-in a dandy rec room. carport and an at- There is much more day. AND SPECIAL ! ! ! S and a good house? bshould see this list- ated just south oT has 3 bedrooms, family sized attic and large is the perfect ding horse so let's Own you can move One bedroom home. neat and clean and icily furnished. The Only $3800 and it is COuld move right in. THE to stores. Attractive lCme with fireplace, and fence0 is plastered been very well Can assume the low loan at just $8,650. LOADS OF LIVING If you are really seeking a fine, well-built, livable home, here zs where your search ends. Its many features include lovely large kitch- en with breakfast area, Dining room has built in china closets. There are 2 fireplaces, walt to wall carpet, 3 bedrooms, 2 have built in vanitys, full basement with ex- tra bath, steam heat, extra big lot, end a real.buy at $16,500. $1,100 down will handle. I know of notlt- ing comparable in size, comfort, and price, See this today. A, ROY DUNN YOU DON'T. HAVE A LARGE DOWN PAYMENT? Don't worry. We can work some- Mng out on this one. The full price is $9,950 and it's a 4 bed- room rustic cottage on 55 ft. of good Hood Canal frontage. There's a fireplace and it's all furnished. Here'z your chance. We say "DON'T DELAY!" --A. ROY DUNN 627 GRANDVIEW FHA price is $19,750 and it's a honey. Oakblock floors in each ot the 3 nice bedrooms. There is a full bath in the master bedroom. Wife styled kitchen with built in chronde appliances, sandstone fire- place in living, room and an ex- cellent view. Separate dining room, colorful master bath, laundry room has % bath, fireplace in lovely family room, 2 car garage, all auminum windows, Cherry pan- elling in living room, birch cabi- nets in kitchen. A dramatic home. Better see it today. A, ROY DUNE ATTENTION INVESTORS 100 ft. Hood Canal - South shore, Water, electricity, $9,000. Nuff said, better see! A. ROY DUNN BIG HOUSE - BIG LOT Happy living for the big family with plenty of room for all. This beautifully maintained 3 bdm, home features, king sized living room with fireplace, family room, hobby room, 2 full baths, lovely yard, se- cluded location just a couple ot blocks from downtown. Owner will help with financing. Shown by ap- pointment only. A. ROY DUNN .... NEEDS WORK! Here's a small unfinished home on 5 acres not far from town. If you've got some time and just a few bucks this could make you a tew more. Let's have a look then you set the price. A. ROY DUNN WATERFRONT 246' Hammersley Inlet - 2 miles out. Nice cottage priced well be- low value at $13,500. 50' Island Lake - a choice sum- mer home site. $3,400. 60' Totten inheres - a starter 0US home. Daylight basement in aim Y home with a 30' fully furnished. $9,000, 60 ft. Phillips Lake - $50.00 3 large bedrooms, loads of storage kitchen. With- distance to shop- A good value for T0 re for 2 bedroom all downtown con- down. $45.00 a month. $2,950. A. ROY DUNN INCOME PRODUCERS Small grocery and service sta- tior. Complete and nice. $187500. 21 unit apartment will produce nice income. $55,000. 31 unit apartment-hotel, Could maintenance free produce $14,500 gross per year, good roof and $65,000. heat, A sound dl today for an Downtown parking lot. Small income, good investment. |i We have a number of other v%]} business opportunities. Cheek with us anytime. ESTATE A. ROY OUNii ANYTdME REkLTOR Eves Call: Mary Voss. ................... 426-8074 A. Roy Dunn ................ 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Railroad1 i ,-. r YOUR SELECTIONS view of Hood Canal - 2 story 8 room home, garage, horse barn. 2% acres with 150 it. landscaped, lots of beautiful trees, trout pool, Priced $23,500, Year around living, secluded one bedroom home shrubs and streams. Large garage with Over 2 acres of land. Price $11,500. (A 30 acres with lake and 2 streams. Trout Lots of good living for weekends and a good future. Price $23,500. Easy terms. LOTS-- on Hood Canal, tidelands, water and utilities. summer or permanent home. $100 down. ,KE LOTS-- good selection of wooded lake frontage priced x 3.05 $1250 -- No. 2 - 50 x 211 $1500 -- No. 3 - llltlTE STAR REALTY P, oute 1, Box 135  H0odsport Phone Anytime Hoodsport 877.5439 SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmas{own, U.S.A.% helton, Washington Legal Publications NO. 8468 NOTICE RY PUBI,ICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF VVASHINGTON FOR MASON COLTNTY BERTHA ERICKSON SUI.TZBACH, Plaintiff, vs. PHILLIP SULTZBACH, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO PHILLIP SULTZBAC]] : YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days aftcr the first date of publication of thc Summons. to-wit : Sixty days after the 19th day of September.1963, and defend the abore entitled action in tile above entitled Court and answer the Complaint of the )laintiff and serve a copy of your answer uI)on the undersigned attorn.qy lor the plaintiff at his office below stated and in ease of your faihn'e so to do, judgment will be rendered LaBI$$ONIERE * Star Values, ) 4 BEDROOMS MT. VIEW Well located 8 room family home; 2 big garden lots; 2 ear garage. Bright kitchen, nice din- ing room, large utility. An ex- cellent value for only $7,509. Terms arranged. BEDROOMS DOWNTOWN Spacious living room with fireplace. Furnace heat. Show- er bath. Beautiful white enara- el steel kitchen cabinets. 2 ap- pliances included for only $7,- 950. Terms arranged. EASY PURCHASE PLAN A good looking 4 room home with large separate room, ce- ment floored. Fine garden, ber- ries, fruits, on Hillerest Full price $4,250. Pay $200 for pos- session; balance easy; then $40 monthly. 80 ACRES, GRADE A SPREAD New 3 bedroom ranch home. Profitable cow and hog farm. Completely equipped; with hve stock ineluded. Large creek w/ water rights. Excellent barn. Under 10 miles from Shelton. $47,000. Terms can be arranged. 5 ACRES HWY. 6 MILES 2 large bedrooms, big living room w/carpet. 4 acres Christ- mas Tree farm. Plus 1-room house, w/bath. Extras. $6,250. Terms $1,000 down. 35 ACRE TREE FARM 6-ROOM FARM HOME All year creel< springs; fruits, small barn, etc. 17 miles Olympia, 7 miles Shelton, 4 miles East of Freeway Out of State owner will sacrifice for $7,200. Pay $1,500 down; $50 monthly. 85 ACRE STOCK RANCH Matlock area. Fine trout creek; 12 acres in grass; rest in brush pasture, plus open range. Real nice 3 .bedroom home; big barn; sheds. All con- structed about 10 years. Elk 'and deer in the meadow, $13< 500 full price. Half down. 73 ACRE STOCK RANCH 7 miles from Shelton on Black Top. Creek w/water rights. Nice 7 room ranch home. Fireplace in spacious living" room. 35 acres under plow. New barn ,36' x 70'. cement floor, Part- time beef ranchers qualify for FHA Loans. $22,500. Terms ar- ranged for you. CALL 426-4666 LaBissoniere A G E N C Y REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 119 So. 4th  Shelton, Wash. Eves: John Devereux 426-8544 Legal Publications against you according, to tile delnands of the Claim which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. The object of this action is to ohtain an absolute decree of divorce of the parties lllN)n the grounds of cruel treatment and personal indignities. /s/ JAMES E. DIJREE P.O. Box 552 Raymond, Washington Cotulty of Pacific 9/19-26 10/3-10-]7-24 6t NO. ,"-494 NOTICE TO CBEDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON IN PROBATE l In the Matter of thc Estate of JOHN E. BIRD. Deceased. / Notice is hereby giveu that the un-,I dersigncd has heen al/Po'inted and has! qualified ,Is administrator of the estate : of John E. Bird, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required tO serve the same, duly verified, on said ad- nlinistrator or his atorney of record at the address below stated, and file the san/e with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first pnhlication of this notice, or the same will l)e barred. Date of first publication September 26, 1962. CHARLES E. CARTWRIGHT Administrator of said Estate. Address Box 4, Gorst, Washington DUDLEY N, PERRINE Attorney for Estate. Box 25, Port Orchard, Washington 9/26 10/3-10 3t i i EXCEPTIONAL VALUES DAYTON ROAD LOCATION Five acres-2 bedrooms in this dandy buy - fireplace - Also inchld- ed in this excellent buy is a large new workshop big enough for log- ging trucks or any type equipment. &ll this for $5000 cash or .will listen to terms. THE ENVY OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD Located on Mt. View - 3 bed- rooms - all plastered - electric heat - sidewalks all around house- attached garage all finished for a recreation room - carpeted living room and dining room - fireplace - bath and a half. Many more fea- tures to b'e seen. $17,000. SPACIOUS - ROOMY  BUILT FOR THE HAPPY FAMILY Three generously planred bed- rooms - each has large roomy ch)sets with drawer space - batll and a half - Formal living room and dining room - elegant fire- place - modern and push button kitchen with built in oven and ta- ble top stove - refrigerator to match - large breakfast room plus utility room - Child tested and fun filled family room - with sliding doors leading to a patio - full basement with room for workshop and also recreation room with fire- pllce. Located on Northeliff. Call for appointment now. $500 down and $50 per month 2 bedroom and a possible third- large living room with fireplace - all paneled-kitchen has new stain- less sinks and tiled counter top - 3 lots included in this buy for $5800. FOR RENT Three bedroom house - fire- place - carpeted dishwasher - $75 per month. Large 2 bedroom apartment - furnished - heat - garbage - water- garage all included for $85. 2 bedroom fumished apartment - $55 per month. House for rent or lease on Ca- nal - Union side - $65 per month. ANGLE AGENCY Real Estate -- Insurance HERB -- Phone 426-8272 -- DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 I III Preferred Properties by Waterfront Realty 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 FAMILY WANTED! This Lovely Angleside home will welcome happy children to fill it's 4 big bedrooms Ithere axle two baths and a large recrea- tion-play room). A picture-hook kitchen that lom will love and a spacious living room with W/W carpeting and drapes. Beauti- ful fireplaces in thrree rooms: carport and garage for wood and tools. Nicely landscaped. An exceptional buy with low FHA terms, LOW LOW COST! Owner says "Slash the price"! So we offer this small 2 bedroom home on a good corner lot with very easy terms and a full price of $2750. FUN-LIVING UNLIMITED Picture the placid lake spreading in front, swimmers and skiers skimming on the surface, friendly gatherings on the spa- cious covered sundeck, large, light and airy living room-dining area. Your family can have and enjoy this type of living now! Let's look at this exeeptional Island Lake property: It's easier than you think. VERY LOW DOWN PAYMENT This is just right for the young family or the retired couple that wants a two-bedroom house in excellent COndition, attractive fenced yard, and easy terms. You can move right in so don't delay, Mountain View. TAKE YOUR PICK Two good acreage tracts not too far from town. ideal for that country home. One has 20 acres with a small stream, nicely wooded, while the other is 14 acres, waterfront view and with an old house and small barn. Both priced at $5750 with good terms. CHEERFUL, BRIGHT, AND CLEAN! This well arranged 2-bedroom home offers good value for your investment! It's well insulated for easy heating and it's on an extra large lot with a wonderful view! Very good terms with payments of $60 per month. -- Evenings Call lVtarden Stroud .................... 426-4000 Dick Bolling ........................ 426-8162 , i ,. Legal Publications NO. 3192 NOTICE 'll'() CItEDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the MaiLer of the Estate of LITCILLE E. LOUDERBACK, Deceased Sanmel R. Louderhack is tile appoint- ed and qualified Administrator of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duly veri- fied. on said Administrator or his ai- torncy. Robert L. Snyder at: tlle address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first imblieation ()1" 1his notice, or the same will he barred. DATE of fi]'si puhlication: September 19, 1963. SAMUEL R. LOUDERBACK Adndnisirator 29tl Al)erdccn Ave. Hoquialn. V{ashington BOBERT L. SNYDER Attorney at Law 125% N. 5th Shelton. Washington 9/19-26 10/3 3t NOTICE OF SALE OF ST.A'rE LANDS State of Washington l)el)trtment of Natural Re, source Bert L. Cdle, Commissioner of Public Lands NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday. the 29th day of October, 1963, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the County Court House in the city of Shelton, county of Mason, Stale of Washington, hy the County Auditor of said coun- ty, the following described state lands, together with the improvements situ- ated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefore, to-wit: NOTENo one except citizens of the United States, or persons who have. declared heir intention to become such, can purchase state lands. Application No. 27244 That portion' of Govermnent Lot 4, ! Section 18, Township 19 North, Range 6 West, W.M., included within the limits of a tract described as follows: Beginning at a point on the west line of said Section 18. which is N 0 22' 49" W 824.68 feet from the southwest corn- er thereof and running thence N 89 37' 11" E 129.08 fcrt, thence N 0 39' 01" E 128.67 feet, thence N 71 35' 01" W 138.81 feet, to a point on the west line of said Section 18 and thence S 0 22' 49" E 173.37 feet to the point of be- ginning, with an area of 0,45 acre as shown on the map thereof on file in the office of the Commissioner of Pub- lic Lands at Olympia, Washington. The above deseribed lands are ap- praised at $200.00. Improvements consist of a dwelling and garage valued " at $6,000.00 par- tially loeated on tile above described tract. Said improvenmnts are owned by Ernest Graham, Route 1, Box 208, Elma. If the successful bidder is ,)tiler than the owner of the improvements, he must pay the full value of the im- prorements at time of sale and move said improvenmnts completely onto the above desdribed tract within 30 days after date of sale. Homcsite hwatcd approximately 13 miles north nf E[ma. Tel'Ins ; Cash or contract. To lie sold at Shclton, County Seat. on Tuesday, Oeh)ber 29, 1963, at 10 o'clock a,nl. Any sale whieh has been offered and for which no bids are received shall not lie reef feted nntil it has been readvertised. If all sales cannot he offered within the specified time on 1he advertised date, the sale shall continue on the following day between fhe honrs of ten o'clock a.m. and four o'clock p.nl. Said lands will be sold for not less than the apl),'aised wdue above stated and upon the lernls and conditions following : Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase price must be paid at tlh, lime of sale. The purchas,,r, if hc be not the owner of the iIn]lrovenlents, Inns{ forthwith pay to the officer making the sale th," full amount of the ap- t)raised value of the improvenlents, as ahove stated. One tentll of the purchase price nlust be paid.annually thereafter with interest on all deferred 1)aymenI' al the rate of six per centulo per an- mnu: Provided, That any pnrchasor may make fult payment of principal. interest and statutory fees at any time and ohtain deed. "i'he purchaser of hind containing timber or other val- uable materials is prohibited by law from cutting or reumvmg any sneh timher or materials withoul first ob- taining eonsenl of the Commissioner of Public Lands until lhe full amount of the pnrchase prier has been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made sub.tort fo the reservntions of oils, gases, coal. ores minerals and fOss Is of every name. kind and description, nnd to the additional terms and con- ditions I)rcscribed . in section 3 of chapter 2a6 of the Laws of 1907. Said Land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and reservations of chapt(,r 312 nf the Session Laws of 1927' relat ng to easement for rights- of-way and the carrying of timber. ,tone minerals and other l)rodurts ovcr the same. BERT L, COLE. , Conunissioner of Public Lands. I0/3-10-17-24-4t L i ____ HOOD OANAL. WEST SIDE 3 bedrooms, 2 baKhs, fireplace, beautiful Canal home. 200' beach access. Club house, dock, and float $27,000. SOUTH SIDE 2 bedroom home, fireplace, full basement plus 100' building lot on low bank, fine gravel beach. $25.000. 2 Bedroom home, and 2 bed- room guest cottage, 83 ft. of low 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, $16,- 500 (now leased) Off the Beach New 3 bedroom home, fireplace, large family room, creek, 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 In. 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 HOODSPORT Phone 677-5211 or 877-5575 Evenings i i ii iiii i i i, Legal Publications NO. 383 N()TICI,I AND SUMMONS IN COCNTY TAX I,'OI{1,'CIA)SURI NO. 47 TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASIIINGTON FOR ' MASON COUNTY MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON. a Municipal Corttol'ation and one of the Countics of the State of Washington, Plaintiff, rs. Mary E. Ilsel, all persons hereinafter nanled ".IS ,Jwners of any of ltle beFcln- after described real properly, and all I)ersons unknown evening Dr clainling to own, or h::tving or ctallning to ilave, any right, title, estate, interest or equity in and to said properly or ally pat+t thereof, Defendants : You. and each of you. are hereby notified lilat ihc above nanled Plaintnl, Masou County, a Municipal Corpora- t,on, and one of tile lawfully organized and existing counties of tile tate o1 Washington, is the owner and holder of a certificute of deliqueney msued ill one certificate in book fornl and dated the 13th day of September, I963 by the Treasurer of said Mason Coun- ty, Wasifington, and issued to tile said Mason County for the several am- ounts due and owing for taxes on each amd every lot, tract, or parcel of land hel-cinafter more particularly described and set forth, said amount being set Pot opposite each particular dcserli)tion and being the amount due and delin- olcnt upon each particular lot, tract, or parcel of land respectively for taxes for the year 1958 for which said Ma- son County clain/s right of foreelosllre i as will more specifical!y appear by re- f;renee to each I)artieular description herein, together with all interest, costs, and penalties thcreon up to and in- Jnding the 13t'h day of September, .963, aid the name of the person, firm or corporation to whom or which said property Is assessed being set h)rttl with each particular description, all of said property being situated in Mason County, State of Washington,. and be- mg more particularly described as fol- lows, to-wit: Original Certificate No. 1, Roll 2, page 14, line 3, assessed to Mary E. In- sol, Assessor's Tract 1 of Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter Sec. 6i Twp. 19 N., Range 3 W.W.M., more particularly described as follows : Starting at the Norttiwest corner of the Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter, Sec. 6. Twp. 19 N.. Range 3 W.W.M., rmming thence Southerly on the West line of said Northeast quar- ter of Northeast quarter of said Sec. 6, 66 It.; tlnmce running Northeasterly 200 ft. to a point 20 ft. South of the North line ot Sec. 6; thence running Easterly to the West Boundary of the Olympic tIighway to a point 20 ft. South of the North line of said Sec. 6 thence running Northerly along the West boundary of the Olympic Higtl- way to the North line of said Sec. 6, thence running Westerly on Sec. line to place of beginning, containing .73 acres, more or less. Year in Certi/]- rate 1958, Certificate $3.59. Original Certificate No. 2, Roll 2, page 87, iine 7, assessed to Carl T. Chapman, Assessor's Tract 6 of Govern- mcnt Lots 1 and 2, Scc. ].7, Twp. 20 N., Range 3 W.W.M., more particu- larly described as h)liows: Begmmng at the quarter ec. corner between Sec. 17 and 20, Twp. 20 N, Range 3 W.W.M., thence North 57.42 ft., Uence North 12 59' East 1509.55 ft.. timnce North 35 45' East 276.25 ft. to initial point of : tract of land described as follows: From said imtiai point rml North 35 45' East 260.33 ft., thence South 51  East 419.98 ft., tllence along Count), Road South 3!) VCest 240 It., thence North 53 45' West 405 ft. to initial point containing 2.37 acres nlore or less except railroad right-of-way. Ye,r in Certificate 1958, Certificate $6.78. Original Certificate No. 3, Roll 2, page 133, line 8, assessed to Roy Eclts et ux. Assessor's Tract 3 of Govt. Lot 5, See. 31, Twp. 20 N., Range 3 W.%V.M., more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Sculls- east corner oI Lot 5, Sec. 31, Twp. 20 N., Range 3 %V.W.M., thence West on the South line of said Lot 660 ft., e 19 Legal- Pu6iitions of local inlprovenlent assessluent law- fully ass:;sscd. That all of tim several amounts here- inabove set opposite the several des- criptions of each particular lot, tract, or parcel of real property bears nl- terest at tim rate of eight percent (8',) per annum from and including the 131h day of Septemi)er, 1,q6, unlit the payment thereof be nmde, or judgment entered herein. You, and each of you, are hereby sumnmned to appear within sixty (60) days after lie (lae of the first publi- cation of ilis sulnnlons and netlce, to-wit: within mxly days after the 19th day of September; 1963, exclusive of said date, and defend fle above cntith!d action In the above enllttefl conrt, and serve a copy oI your answer upon the undersigned attorney tor plaintiff, at iis offiee address here- inbelow given, or pay the mnount as heremabove set fortl upon each of said tracts or parcels of real property of which you are the owner or reputed o%vnel', or ill which you own or clainl to own or have, or claim to have, any right, title or interest therein, together with all costs, interest or penalties attaehed thereto. In the event of your failure to ap- pear and defend such action and pay the amount due on such lot, tract, or parcol of land assessed-to ycm, or in wbicll you llave an interest as herein- at)dye stated, judgment will be ren- dered against you and against the lot. tract, or l)arcel of land, foreclosing thereon the lien of Mason County ]or its certificate of delinquency, whicll includes all taxes, penal{ics, interest, and costs against said lots. tracts, or parcels of land up to and including the date on which said certiffcate was issued. Any pleading, answer, appearance, or process, shall be served upon the undersigned attorney for Plaintiff, Ma- son County, at his office below stated, nnd a copy thereof filed with the Clerk of the ahove entitled Court. Legal ........ Publications 6th irom Seatth, Street to GrandvieW. fol' The constl'A('ti0u of c(,1]erete ellrh and gtltteP altd asphaliic concreic pav- ing 3 feet ill width. Ally objectiol]s to the pt'oI/osed iln- nl'ovPuleni Inay [)e nlade in writin, and filed with the City Cterk on or before said ltearing. At)ore hearing held in acco],dauce wilh Re,4ohltioll 196 ado[ded by ille Cily Commission Sq)tember 17. ]96?. ALMA K. CATTO Cily Clerk 9/'26 10,,':1 2t CAI,L FOR BIDS Sealed proposals wilt be reeeived at tile office {,I' the City Clerk-Treasurer, City Hall. Shelton. Vashi'ton, until 11:00 a.m. on Monday. O :t ).'r 7, 1963. at which time they wilt be publicly opened and read aloud by the City Clerk-Treasurer. for: 3"ob No, 6304-A C, mstrnction c,t' Storm Sewers and snrfaee inlels ou Pioneer W'ay from Euclid Ave. to l!niversity Ave. The City reserves the right to reieet any or all bids and l, waive all informalities. CITY OF SHELTON ALMA E. CATTO,: Clerk-Treasurer 9/26 10/3 2t Use Journal Want Ads 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 (WedJ .... 7:00 pro. MASON COUNTY; ...... A Municipal Corporation JOHN B. COLE. Treasurer BYRON E. MeCLANAHAN, Pr,'secuting Attorney, and At- torney for Plaintiff herein. (SEAL) Office and Post! Office Address of Attm'ney for Plaintiff: Mffon County Courthouse, Shelton, VCashington. 9/19-26 10/3-1.0-17-24 6t NOTICE OF lIEAR1NG NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held in the City Cmmnission room at 2:00 p,m. on Lewis B, Wysong, pastor 1/31 tfn MT, ViEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45 aim. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m. Evening Service , ...... 7:00 p.m. October 15. 1963, to hear property owu, Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. ers interested in the proposed ira- Robert S. Wick, Pastor provement of Seattle Street. South 7th to 100 feet East of South 6th, and .......... "0R' H S' D  Br' "T' ST 0 " '/ E L " 1 Announces beginning Services Effective Oct. 6 1 7th DAY ADVENTISTS SCHOOL BLDG. ! East E and 13th Street (Mt, View,) I Sunday Schoo]....i ................ : ...... i ..... i ...... : ............. L......I ....... ; .... 9:45 A.M. I Worship Service ....................... : ..... i:...._t: ........... ........ :2 ...... <:,11:00 A.M. I Evening 'Worship ............ i .............................. : .......... i .......  ........ 7:30' P.M. ] E. A. OR M FISHERHEH'S CLUB 'P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cote SUNDAY, OCT. 6 9:30 a.m.Guest Speaker  GOd. Hermes "Drop Outs From Hi School thence North l)arallet with the East line of said Lot 600 ft. to the initial point ,if this description; tr()m sa(i initial point run E'St 150 ft.; thence North 50 ft.; thence West 150 ft.; thcnee South 50 ft. to point of begin- ning (being Lot 18 Block 2 of um'ecord- ed Plat of Maple Beach). All lines to be parallel with the East or South lines of said Lot 5. containing .]7 acres. more or less. Year in Certificate 1958, Certificate $3,59. Original Certificate N'o. 4, Roll 2. page 134. line 14 assessed to Puget Mill Divimon. Nor|h 40 ft. of Northwest quarter of Northwest quarter, SS, c. 31, Twp. 20 N.. Range 3 W.W.M.. con- taining 1.22 acres. Inore or less. Year in Certificate 1958, Ceriificate $3.69. Original Certificate No. 5, Roll 3, page 7.'). line 3. as:essed to Puget Mill Division, Assrssor's Tract I of North- east qtlartcr of Nor{liras{ quarter Sec. 36, Twp. 20 N., Range 4 W.V,M., particu ary described as fo lows: Be- ginning in Northeast corner of said Sec. 36 as the initial point of this description; thence Soutilerl,%" along East lirie of said Sec. 36. a distance of 40 ft.: thence V, resterly parallel with N6cth line of said Sec. 36. 40 :t. more or Ies to Easterly right of way hne of Counly Road; thence Norther- 4 y along Easterly right of way hne ft.. more or less to North line of aaid Sec. 36: lhence Efistcrly along North liue of said Sec. 36. 40 it., more or less lo said initial point, containing .01 acre. more or le,us. Year in Certih- rate, 1958, Certificate $3.59. - Original Certificate No. 6. Roll 4, ])age 172. line 13. assessed to Peter Piekola. East half of Southeast quar tcr of Southeast quarter of Southeast quarter. Sec. 7. Twp. 20. N., Range 5 W.%V,M.. containing 5 acres. Inore or less. ear in Certificate. 195K Certif- , ieate $3.63. Original Certificate No. 7. Roll 6. page 227. line 7, assessed to Mark Fay et ux. Assessor's Tract 33 of Southwest quarter of Northeast quar- tet', Sec. 19, Twp. 20 N,, Range 3 W,W.IL. more particularly described as follows" The East 30 ft, of the West 112 ft.. as measured at rigid{ angles t the We_qt line thereof, of the following described ract: Conlmcn- ring at the quarter section corner on the East side of said Scc. 19: run thence North 72 34' 13" West 2160.53 ft. and S',mth 71  25' West 82.77 ft. to the initial point of Otis description, from said initial point run North 67 24' "West 32.$8 ft.: thence North 66 05' West 34.38 ft.; thence North 39 18' East 87.91 ft. more or less. to the Southerh, line of Park Street: thence r. South o0 42' East I03.92 ft. along tle Southerly line of said Park Street ; thence following the Southerly line of  tile said Park Street extended lVst- erly 200 ft. more or less. to the inter- section of the right-of-way of the Pen- insular Railway (now Simpson Log- ging Company Railway); thence roJ- lowing said right-of-way in s North- westerly direction 255 ft.. more o1" less to the initial point. Year in Certifi- cate 195. Certificate $16.04. Original Certificate No. , Roll 7, tage 293, lnei:, assessed to Anna But- r. Lots . 11 inclusive and Lot 32 to 34 inclusive. Block 10. Lakewooa Plat E. according to the re, corded Plat thereof on .file in the office of the Auditor of Mason County. Year in Ceriifieate 1,)58, Certificate $2.62. Original Certificate No. 9. Roll 7, page 455, line 1. assessed to Lorna Muir. Northeast qtmrtcr of Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter of South- east quarter except North 30 ft. Navy Yard Acres No. 1. Scc. 2. Twp. 23 N., Range 2 W.V.M.. containing 2.38 acres. nmre or h,ss. Year in Certificate 1958, Certificate $1.13. ONginal Certificate No. 10. Roll 7, page 644. line 9. assessed to Arthur C. Goodwin et u. Tract 51. Totten Shores Extension. aeeording to the lecorded Plat thereof on file in the office of the Auditor of Mason County. Year in C'crtificate 1958. Certificate $1.17. Original Certificate No, 11. Roll 7. page 731. line 1, assessed to Alex Munson, Lots 1 to 3 inclusive. Block 11. Bayvbw Addition te Union, accord- ing to the recorded Plat thereof on file in the office of the Auditor ot IIason County." Year in Certificate 1958. Certificate $1.33. That any of the foregoing lots, tracts, 6r parcels of land hereinbefore described and having been icluded in the Certificate of Delinquency hereto- fore issued to Mason County Will b sold subieet I.o any local improvement] assessments for paving'; datnae; |r -! riga{iota or any other kind or sort' | -- i "= ' 10:00 a.m,BIBLE STUDY TOPIC "SEDUCING SPIRITS" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH - Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, OCT. 6 9:30 a.m. Bible Study For All Ages 11:00 a.m."GOD'S PROMISE" 6:00 p.m.Youth And Adult Programs 7:00 p.m.-- "THE CHURCH OF GOD" "IT'S MINISTERS" , Broadcast OVsr KHA 1280 - 11:00 a.m. WED., OCT. 2 7:00 P.M. GROUP BIBLE STUDY SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine St. Mason Younghmd. pastor REVIVAL CRUSADE ' Evangelist Les Martin Services: Tue. thru Fri ......................................................... 7:00 P.M. Sunday: 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. Sunday School for Everyone ................................................ 9:45 A.M. Christ's Ambassadors .............................................................. 6}00 P.M. ,, T, D ' " i ST. AVID S EPISCOPAL CRCH Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washihgt6n ' The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest 7:30 a.m.--Holy C6mmunlon. 9:30 a.m.--Church School & Adult Bible Class 11:00 a.m.DivJne Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer *. - i j PlRST GHU00H: OF GHRIST, SGIENTIST 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday Schoo1.11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. Wednesday eening testimony meetings 8 pro. Reading room locatedin church. Reading lom hours 2 to 4 p.m. lvrom & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. % THE ME00ODIST O00OH North 4th and Pine Streets 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 i FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meeting8 5:30 p.m. Worship ............ 11:00 aan. Family Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. Child Care Serviee 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. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services 9;30 SUnday School and Adult Bible Class CARL J. CARLSEN, PASTOR Affiliated with Anerican Lntheran Church