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rnal Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 -Mason County Journal- Page B-9 FOR SALE LADY OF THE Lake cel- ebrates fall with gorgeous fashions to keep you warm when the seasons change. We have wonder- ful knits from St. John, DKNY, Buchman and more, a huge selection of boots, leather jackets and sepa- rates, transitional outerwear and accessories as well as unique hats and handbags. Don't miss our invitational bag sale Columbus Day weekend! Men's Pendleton shirts are 20% off. "Lam- polooza" sale on lighting will run through October with 25-50% off selected lamps and fixtures. Walden Design stained glass pieces, a per- fect substitute for traditional drapery window treatments, are 50% off! And come see our antique brass telescope and other nautical pieces. Save the date, Wednesday December 10th, for our holi- day event "Champagne and Decadence" at the Light- house on Hamersley - sup- porting local artisans and the Turning Pointe women's shelter. See store for de- tails. Come in and browse - we offer gift certificates and no charge lay away. Join our e-mail group for spe- cial promotions. Lady of the Lake, 1085 E. Pickering Rd. open Thursday - Monday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Accepts VISA/MC 426-8632 (L 10/9- 10/30) FOR SALE OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE Kari's Col- lectables is having a Har- vest Open House OCt. 25th and 26th 10:00 to 5:00. Please join us, we will have treats, refreshments, and a big sale on our antiques and collectables. 4961 E. HWY 106, Union. For info call (360) 898-0277 (K 10/23) BIZ 0100l]lmJt00l00 TURNKEY hair salon, all equipment provided. High traffic, across from Hood- sport P.O., only salon in town. Current owner retir- ing. Numerous clientele, may assume business ASAP. (360) 490-0748 (Mc 10/2 TFN) BAZAARS HAND MADE CRAFT ven- dors!! Little Skookum Com- munity Club's 12th annual bazaar, Saturday 12/6/14 @ Shelton Elks. For info call Sonya @ 426-9055 (A 10/16-11/6) HOLIDAY BAZAAR, Friday Nov. 7 10-3. Something for everyone! Free vendor tables, call non to reserve. Alpine Way, 900 W. Alpine Way. 426-2600. (A 10/16- 10/30) 27TH ANNUAL LAKE Lim, erick Magpies Arts/Crafts Fair, Sat. Oct. 25th 10 a.m. FOR SALE BAZAARS - 3 p.m. 790 E. St. Andrews Dr. Shelton. 30 booths, handcrafted gifts (mosaics, stained glass, pottery, tole painting, woodcraft, jewelry, painted/etched glassware, soaps, etc.) Homemade turkey soup, chili, baked goods. Rafflino. $100-value basket & quilt: proceeds benefit Mason County Shel- ter. (A 10/2-10/23) CHILD CARE MT OLIVE Lutheran has childcare openings! Pre- school included. 2 1/2 years - 12 years. Licensed. Rea- sonable prices. DSHS ac- cepted. Call now1427-3165. (D 4/1 TFN) CARS & TRUCKS CARS, TRUCKS, and RVs as low as $995! Buy, Sell, and Trade at Sun Auto RV and Marine Sales in Shel- ton at 5961 E State Route #3 (360) 426-2907. Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6. (S 4/24 TFN) MORTGAGES CASH AVAILABLE! Real Estate or contract loans. Lo- cal, private, fast (360) 491- 5463. (J 5/1 TFN). HELP WANTED FIRE DISTRICT #16 is seeking a part-time secre- tary. Duties include: month- ly meetings, keeping min- utes, preparing vouchers for payroll and AP, routine correspondence with guid- ance from commissioners, etc. To apply, send resume to Fire District 16, P.O. Box 2436 Shelton WA 98584. (F 10/23-10/30) .DOK STOI00 New Owners/New l'lana00ers! Groceries, gas, hot food and more! Serving you 7 am - 7:30 pm, 7 days a week 36870 North U.S. Hwy 101 Lilliwaup, WA 98555 (360) 877-5374 PLACE AN AD in the Jour- nal Classified section to buy or sell. $$$$$ Call 426- 4412. Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 - Ads "Too Late To Classify" are located in the A Section HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FIR LANE Health and Re- habilitation is Now Hiring CNA's! $2,500 sign on bo- nus! Want to join a caring and dedicated team? Look no further! We offer com- petitive wages! Also excel- lent medical, dental, vision, 401K benefits, and many career advancement oD- portunities! Must be CNA certified within the State of WA. Please apply online at www.extendicare.com/jobs. We are located at:2430 N. 13th St. Shelton, WA 98584. EOE. (F 9/25-10/30) UNITED WAY of Mason County is seeking a full-time high energy executive direc- tor. The executive director represents, and promotes the United Way of Mason County's mission through community outreach and business development. Must possess strong com- munication, organizational, managerial, marketing, fundraising, and negotiat- ing skills. Must have basic understanding of account- ing with proficient computer skills. United Way of Mason County offers a competitive salary and benefit package. Submit resume and cover letter to United Way of Ma- son County 221 W Railroad Ste. 12 Shelton WA 98584. (U 10/16-10/30) RESIDENT CARE Provider: Responsible for assisting our residents with daily care needs, as well as comple- tion of light housekeeping tasks and service in our din- ing room. Must be an ener- getic team player with a big heart and a strong desire to assist our aging popula- tion. Must have the ability to work with little or no su- pervision and be willing to work a variety of shifts. Ex- perience not required, we will train the right candidate. Apply in person at Maple Glen Assisted Living; 1700 N. 13thLoop Rd., Shelton, WA 98584. (M 10/16-10/23) MASON COUNTY PUD No. 3 is accepting applica- tions for a facilities assistant whose responsibilities will include a full range of custo- dial duties. Candidates with at least five years of past or current janitorial work expe- rience preferred. Qualifica- tions include a high school diploma or equivalent; a val- id Washington State driver's license; excellent interper- sonal and communications skills; and the ability to work evenings and weekends. A completed Mason County PUD No. 3 employment application is required for consideration and must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 28, 2014 to Human Resources, P.O. Box 2148, Shelton, WA 98584 or thedraf@mason- pud3.org. Applications and a full position description may be obtained at Mason County PUD No. 3 offices in Shelton and Belfair, online at www.masonpud3.org, by emailing thedraf@mason- pud3.org or by telephone at (360) 426-8255 ext. 5246. Mason County PUD No. 3 is an equal employment opportunity employer. (P 10/16-10/23) SOLID WASTE Attendant I for Mason County Utili- ties/Waste Management. $2,072 to $2,202 per month. Responsible for op- erating the tollbooths by evaluating and determining charges for waste brought for disposal. Requires high school diploma of GED, ex- perience working with the public, good math skills & record keeping skills. Ability to work at various locations including Belfair, Union, Hoodsport and Shelton. Must be able to work Sat- urdays. Closes 10/30/14. (M 10/16-10/23) SEEKING PART-TIME front desk chiropractic assistant. Must be energetic, happy, outgoing, a quick learner, detail oriented, and orga- nized. No experience nec- essary, please mail resume and cover letter to PC Box 430, Shelton WA 98584. (S 10/2-10/23) CARE TAKER needed in North Mason County. This position would be suit- able for active retired in- dividuals or couples who are prepared to commit to light grounds keeping du- ties. Responsibilities would also include security. Resi- dence is available on site in exchange for duties per- formed. Send resume to: Caretaker, P.O box 2063 AI- lyn WA 98524 or caretaker. nmason@gmail.com (V 10/2-10/23) ' THE HAVRE DAILY News, a 5-day daily newspaper in Havre, MT has an im- mediate opening for an ex- perienced Press Operator to run a 4-unit Goss Com- munity Press. Job func- tions include moving 850 lb. newsprint rolls to press, thread paper through press (requires climbing, bal- ancing, stopping, reach- ing, kneeling, crouching & crawling), adjust web ten- sion and maintain water levels, maintain and clean all press units and perform any other related press du- ties. Required qualifications include good mechanical skills, ability to lift up to 150 lb., push/pull up to 200 Ibs., and push/pull to 850 Ibs. on wheels, hear warning bells, ability to tolerate paper dust and chemicals (with protection), problem solv- ing skills and must be able to communicate and work well with others, This is a full-time position, working Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., wage is based on experience and benefits package is available. Inter- ested candidates should submit cover letter and re- sume to: Havre Daily News, c/o Stacy Mantle, P.O. Box 431, Havre, MT 59501, or email, smantle@havredai- lynews.com (H 9/11 TFN) PLACE AN AD in the Journal Classified section to buy or sell. $$$$$ Call 426-4412. Scott M Construction, LLC scottmconstllc@icloud.com CUSTOM HOMES & GARAGES Scott E Mcllrath Experienced Licensed General Contractor 360-427-3908 OFFICE / FAX 253-831-8821 li JCCFMC5LC JAY BUTrLES' TREE SERVICES Topping .Licensed .Chipping .Bonded .Stump .Insured grinding (360) 426-4663 Lie. #JAYBUTS053R2 FULL YARD maintenance, paver flagstone patios, rock block retaining walls, sod, sprinkler, fence installation, brush clearing. Year round services. JOELSL938N7 (360) 432-1900. Free esti- mates. (J 9/18-12/4) UN: JOE FASSIO excavation, 20 years experience. Land clearing, septic system in- stallation, dig outs, rock walls and logging. Just about anything. Quality work the first time. (360) 898-7286 FASSITE909MO. (F 3/30-11/1 ) Where's All The Fun?