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24. 1963 1 Legal Publications NO. 3421 NO'rlCI,', OF SALE OF FOREST ItEAI{ING FINAL I'I{OI)IrC'I' YALUED AT NOT I'i,]'rlT1ON FOI MORE 't'-dAN $2,000.00 TItlBI'TION COURT OP THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, DEPART WASIIINGTON FOR of the Estate of HAR- and KATItER- Deceased. [EREBY GIVEN THAT SHELLGREN as ad- the estate of }Iarry W. Violet Shell- ill the of-fire of the his Final Report Dis/ribution. asking said report, d#s- TO the. I)crsons and discharge said and said rel)ort be heard on the 1963 at 9:30 eom't l'oonl of tile Pro- It of said Court. at any person in- lllay appear and thereto and conlest 26th day of Sepl-embcr, SAID COURT & Kruse Washington Estate 10/10-17-24 3t Estate IN TOWN reach a tough buyer for his money. is located in a like setting with OUtdoor fireplace, dou- it's very corn- red brick fireplace, room, brand new stainless steel sinks tops, new full basement, new 3 large bed- shape. Priced at ct quickly on this DUNN -- t'S DREAM HOUSE! is so convenient ! the colorful and kitchen with lots of laundry is locat- er the kitchen, where for easy access, dining room, room has raised There are baths, nice sized kids and a double Storage room aria had better show $15,500. ROy DUNN- " 3 BEDROOM a very nice area. built home, that's Hardwood floors, kitchen has din- lots of cupboards, room. all elec- Well insulated one owner will sell or contract terms. An easy one to 10ok. ROy DUNN )N, HANDY MAN! on about 1 distance from town. basement. 2 bed- has all natural oil furnace heat, and water will and you earn the put into the only $4600. If to pay closing see- this one. DUNN E HOMES lave listed three ot homes. Don't de- long on these. den, 1 baths, t, family ,act kitchen ana $22,500, try, 3 bedrooms, 21/ room, 2 fireplaces, as modern as to- to last, $19,- L area, older style come. king sizes Ull baths, fire- garage, family 3 bedrooms $:9,750, e for an appoint- MENT OE NATURAL RESOURCES, BERT L. COLE, Commissioner of Public Lands. Notice is hereby given that on Mon- day the 4th day of November 1963, cooul]encing at ten o'clock it) tile fore-- noon. at tile Shelton District HeLd- quarters of tim Depart)nell( of Natural Resources. tile following described for- est products will be sold at public auction to tile highest bidder. Approxinlately $00 Coniferous Christ- mas Trees witllin property lines Lo- cated ill Gov't Lots 3. 4, and 5, S NWI,. SW:i NELl, N SWh. Va SE '. SWli SW Section 4 Gov't. Lot 1. NW% NWII, SV, z NWL Section 9 all in Township 23 North. Range 3 West W.M.. Mason County, Wash- ington. SCALE SALE Forest p]'oducts will be sold on a scale basis. Minimum acceptable bid will be 25 ('dots per tree, On or before November 4. 1963. at 10:00 a.m.. each bidder must make a minimmn deposit el $20.00 l)lus a $5.00 bill of sale fee. or a total of $25.00 in the fornl of cash. money order or certified check, Said deposit shall con- stitute an ,/pening bid at the appraised price. Upon (:ompletion of this sale. tile respective deposits shall be returned to tile unsuccessful bidders Tile pur- chaser must, on the day of sale. make an additional payment so that tile total amount deposited, exclusive of fee& will equal 1009; of the full bid price based on the cruise estimate: This additional payment may be by personal check. All checks, money or- ders, etc. are to be made payable to tile Commissioner of Public Lands. BOND: Upon award of sale, the put'- chaser must also furnish a cash bond of $50.00. in the form of cash. money order, certified check or bank draft, to guarantee omldiance with all terms of tile bill of sale. Any sale which has been offered. and for which no bids are received shall not be reoffered until it has been realvertised. If all sales cannot be offered within the specified time on the advertised date tim sale" shall continue on the following day between the hours of ten o'clock a.m.and four o'clock p.m. The State of Washington does not guarantee its published cruises of the herein described forest products, and purchasers thereof shall have no re- course against either the State of Washington or the Board of Natural Resources_ if the actual cut does not equal such Published cruises. Foest/ p'oducts must be remwed prior to" December 31 1963 Located approximately four mires North 0f Lilliwaap. Accessibility Via Fosen's Lake Road. A copy of the forest products bill of sale contract is posted at tile Shel- ton District Headouarters office. BERT L. COLE Commissioner of Public Lands 10/24 It Real Estate Real Estate WHILE MT. VIEW DOUBLE tOT ExCellent value in a good 3 bed- room home close to school an0 shopping. If you have been wait- ing for a budget priced home this =s one you should see right now. It has been very well cared for and has a spacious kitchen-dining ar- ea, large utility, garage and car- port. All this for only $6,750. WE SUBURBAN SPECIAL ! ! ! Here is a 10 acre SPOt with a sol- id 3 bedroom home. Located just a short drive south of town it is just right for the week-end farm- er. This home is extra spacious and is as neat as can be. Just $11,000 with terms arranged. POSTPONE, LOW IN COST-- But one of the better home buys on today's market. For just $7,- 8(:10 you can purchase this trim home. There are 2 bedrooms on the main f!o0r plus a full base- ment and semi-finished attic. At- tractive kitchen and dinning area, economical forced air furnace. You had better hurry, look today. Tomorrow ra be tOO late. UFE DUNN IdOM ES . Close to school. formica count- area. Hardwood Patio, garage ano t to like. $1,000 on balance. Dining room, With bar, large ' newly redecorated hape. Only $7650. Top area. It has 120 x 100, At- Very good kitchen, dryer includ- Terms, ot of these 2. bed- drop in so we details. DUNN -- HUGE GARAGE We are looking for a man that . a large garage witl his next home 'cause this is the spot. & trim 2 bedroom home with fireplace, fqnqqd yard and other fine feat'ures make this an ideal home for 0 retired couple, or small family. YoU can assume the existi'ng loan with just $55 per month payments. SPEEDS SPLIT LEVEL If you have big ideas but a Small budget you should see this choice 3 bedroom home. Some of it's many extras include split level living, separate dining, large bed- rooms, fireplace, and convenient kitchen. There is also a basement garage, small workshop and car- port for only $12,500. BY s, part basement, $40.00 a purchase opt- aterfront only 3 Cozy 1 bedroom Good well, DUNN LTOR .................. :426-8074 .... 426-4601 426-6S63 DOWNTOWN LOCATION--- See this excellent 2 bedroom home located close to all down- town convenienc.es. It has been very well maintained and is very easy to keep up with it's new siding, good roof and electric heat. A good value at $5,200. MANN REALAESIATE CALL 426-6592 I ME 121 Railroad Ave. 8H ELTON EVENINGS CALL VINGE H I MLI E--4266501 KURT M ANN--426-3228 , _ - _ _ ,HELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published m 'Ch,Sstmasiown, U..A.", Shelton, Washington ORDINANCE NO, 708 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING TIIE 1964 BUDGET OF THE CITY OF SHELTON WASHINGTON, AND FIXING THE AMOUNT OF TAXES NECESSARY TO PE LEVIED UP- ON ALL REAL PROPERTY AND ALL PERS()NAL P R(/ p E R T Y Legal Publications " ' Legal Publications WITHIN THE CITY OF SHELTON, NOT EXEMPT FOR TAXATION. WHEREAS, a hearing was hehl on the 7th day of October, 1963, pursu,'ant to no(ire'duly and regularly given, and nladC for the purpose of bearing any and all taxpayers residing, or ]lav- ing prol/erty in tile City of Shelt()n Legal Publications I Legal Publications NOTICE OF SALE OF STATE LANDS iqther "for" o]' "'against" ally part tate el l'asllinl2,tan of said huda'et, and dtle considtration I)elnlrlnleat el Na/nral llesaurccs llavinl l)ecm given the prelinlinglr.V Bcrt L. ('(lie, hudget for the fiscal year 1964 and Commissioner ol Phi)lie Lands WHEREAS. the said final budgel NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN That for 1964 shows in deiail the amount of on Tuesday, tlle 29th day of October. esli]naied eXl/cnditur('s, and the anlounl t)l" p.tinlatod l'ei'oipls, as fol- ]oWS ; EXPENDITURES MAINT. CAPITAL INT. AND TRANS- RESERVE TOTAL FUND SALARIES OUTLAY DEBT RED. FERS 1963. conunencing at tell o'clock in tile forenoon of said day. at the County Com.t House in the city of Shetlon, county of Mason. State of ,Vashinglon, by tile County Auditor of said corm- ty, the following described stale lands. together witll the inlprove]aonts situ- ated thereon, will he sotd aT public auction to the highest bidder tilcrcfore. to-wit : NOTI,]--No one excgpt citizens of tile United States. *,r persons who bare declared their intention to heroine such. can purchase Stale lands. Application No. 27214 That portmn of Government Lot 4. Section 18. Township 19 North. Range 6 West VV.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 feet thence N 0 39' 01" E 128.67 feet, thcncc N 71 35' 01" *V 138.81 feet. t(/ a point on tile west line 38,157.46 of said Sectmn 18 and thence S 0 22' 49" E 173.37 feet to tile point of be- ginning, with an area of 0.45 acre as shown on the nmp thereof on file in the office of the Connnissioner of Pub- lic Lands at Olympia, Washington. Tile above described lands are ap- TOTAL praised at $200.00. hnprovements consist of a dwelling and garage valued at $6,000,00 pal'- tially located on the above described tract. Said improvements are owned by Ernest Graham. Route 1. Box 208, Elms. If the ,duccessful bidder is other than tile owner of the improvements, he nmst pay tile full value of ttle im- provements at time of sale and move said improvements completely onto the above desdribed tract within 80 days after date of sale, Homesite located approximately 13 miles north of Ehna. Terlns: Cash or contract, 93,351.00 To be sold at Shelton. Connty Seat, 38,157.46 on Tuesday, October 29. 1963. at 10 O'Clock a.nl. Current Expense ............ $134,532.00 $ 48,589.00 $ 18,800.00 ....... $ 63,331.00 ........ $265.252.00 Firemen's Pension ........ 2,520,00 500.00 4,135.0Q 7,155.00 Flood Control .................. - ................. 1.000.00 2.669.00 3.669.00 Garbage .......................... 19,380.00 11.060.00 3.000.00 ........................ 33.440.00 8,745.00 .............................................. 21.729.00 2.000.00 369.00 2,369.00 750.00 3,450.00 2.122.00 2,900.00 17.600.00 64,423.00 23,500.00 23.500.00 36.100.00 16,500.00 86,107.00 35,130.00 2.850.00 33,845.00 93.351.00 38,157.46 ---- Library ............................ 12.984.00 Library Int. Inc .............. Recreation ...................... 2,700.00 Sewer & Disposal .......... 21,801.00 Street - Arterial ............ Street .............................. 33,507.00 Water .............................. 21,526.00 Cumulative Reserve -- All Funds } ............ $248,950.00 $162.996.00 $106,707.46 $ 51,445.00 $ 65,331.00 $ 7,173.00 $642,602.46 RECEIPTS , FUND CASH TAXES OTHER TRANSFERS BALANCE SOURCES $134,900.00 $119,352.00 ....... $265,252.00 2,662.00 4.493.00 7,155.00 -- 1,000.00 _ 3,669.00 30.000.00 33.440.00 1.020.00 19.956.00 21.729.00 2.122.00 2,369.00 2.150.00 1,300.00 3,450.00 59,000.00 64,423.00 21,500.00 23,500.00 ' 25,900.00 43.075.00 86.1Q7.00 83,500.00 - 9,550.00 - Current Expense .......... $ 11,000,00 Firemen's Pension ........ Flood Control ................ 2,669.00 Garbage .......................... 3.440.00 Library ............................ 753.00 Library Int: Inc ........... 247.00 Recreation ...................... -- Sewer & Disposal ........ 5,423.00 Street - Arterial ............ 2, {}00,00 Street .............................. 17,132.00 Water ............................. 9,851.00 Cumulative Reserve ...... 28,607.46 $ 81,122.46 $137,562.00 $349,037.00 $ 74,881,00 $642.602.46 Section 2. That there is hereby lev- ied against all taxable property it] tile City of Shelton a tax at tile ]'ate of 16 mills upon tile assessed valuation ttlere- of for the year 1964. INTRODUCED at regular Commis- sion Meeting tile 8th day, of October, 1963. PASSED in regular Commis:qinn Meeting the 22rid day of October, 1963, NOW THEREFORE BE IT OR- DAINED RY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF SHELTON AS FOLLOWS : SeCtion 1. The final budget adopted cn Ocfober 7, 1963, for the fiscal year 1964, reference thereto being made as though the same were set herein in full, and by such reference made a part hereof, be and the same is adopt- ed as the final budget of the City of Shelton for the fiscal year 1964. NO. 3434 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL ]E- PORT AND PETITION I"OR DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT ()F THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE In the Matter of the Estate of BER- THA THERESA TAY/LOR, Deceased, NOTICE IS HEEBY GIVEN that EDWIN W. TAYLOR, Executor of the Estate of BerTh--ieresa Taylor, de- ceased, has filed in tim office of the Clerk of said Court a final report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to disctlarge the petition- er as Executor: and that said report and petition will be heard on tle 1st day o[ November, 1963, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, or as soon thereafter as he matter can be beard at the court room of the above- entitled court, in the Courthouse in Sllelton, Mason County, Washington, at which time and place any person in- terested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. DATED th's 27th day of Seltcmber, 163. LAURA M. WAGENER Clerk of" said Court By Teckla Verndllion, Deputy GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate NO, 3488 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matte]' of the Estate of IRV- IN FREDERICK ROWE. Deceased. Maude Elizabeth Rowe is the ap- pointed and qualified Executrix of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve the same in duplicate, duly ver- ified, on said Executrix or he). attor- ney, Robert L. Snyder, at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court. together with lroof of such service, within six months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the santo will be barred. DATE of first publication:. October 24 1963. MAUDE ELIZABETH ROWE Executrix P.O. Box 426 Grapeview. Washington Robert L. Snyder Attorney at Law 125//._, N. 5th Shelton. Washington 10/24-31 11./7 3t Real Estate ]21 South Fourth Street Shelton. Washington 10/3-10-17-24 4t .i Real Estate EXGEPTIONAL VALUES MODERN--WELL BUILT AND SMART This well built home has three large bedrooms and a possible fourth which is used now as a den. Living room has all panel and decorative wallpaper. Fireplace. Also large family room with fire- place and full view of excellent patio. Bath and half. Full base- ment with workshop area. Car- port with storage shop. $22,500. EXCELLENT FARM--ONLY FEW MINUTES FROM TOWN This trim farm has three bed- rooms, one down and 2 up. Living room. Kitchen has plenty of cup- boards. Utility room, Clean. Ex- ellen( well. One acre. All this for ;6500. kYTON ROAD LOCATION Five acres. 2 bedrooms in this dandy buy. Fireplace. Also inch)ti- ed in this excellent buy is a large new workshop big enough for log- ging t .rucks or any type equipment. All tins or $5000 cash or will listen to terms. THE ENVY OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD Located on Mr. View. 3 bed- rooms. All plastered. Electric heat. Sidewalks all around the 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 be seen. $17,000. THIS ONE WILL BE AVAdLABLE SOON This home is located where your view of the city is excellent. 2 bedrooms and a den upstairs plus room with fireplace. Sep- arate dining room. Kitchen has ample room for eating. Full base- ment has 2 bedrooms, utility room, lots of storage. Lovely yard'wllI shrubs and flowers. Outdoor patio with fireplace. Also included iu this buy are four lots full o[ Xmas trees. Come in and talk about his one as it will sell fast, FRANK A. TRAVIS..It'.. l.Iayor DAVID T. KNEELAND. Con(mission of Finance ELROY NELSON Commission of Public Works ATTEST : Alma K. Catto. City Clerk Approved as to Fornl: John C, Ragan ,City Attorney Vv vv v VV vv 10/24 It LaBISSONIERE Real Estate RENT 3 BEDROOMS POSSIBLE (or even a 4th bedroom) Mt. view School 1 block. Extra large living room with lovely hardwood floor. Nice roomy kitchen. New furnace in small basement; heat registers to, each room. Includes : fresl' drapes, venetian shades, refrig- erator, and electric range. Ga- rage attached, plus garage ana shop. Possession can be had immediately. An excellent buy for $6,500. Buy on FHA $500 down. includes closing costs. 3 BEDROOMS 3 BIG LOTS South edge of town. A sharp looking home, garden, shrubs. 3 sets of built-in Chest-O- Drawers. Electric-wood range; central furnace heat. Nice floors, Paved basement, laun- dry trays Move in with $600 down. 'Full price $7,500. 4 3 ACRES HWY 6 MILES 4 acres trimmed Christmas Trees ready to harvest, 2 large bedrooms, spacious living room with colorful wool rug. You will enjoy the kitchen - dining appointments; PLUS comb. gas-wood range, gas tank, re- frig. washer. dryer, fine oil heater; PLUS separate guest house w/shower, etc. we 11 house and shop-shed. All this for only $6,250. Take imme- diate possession on $1,000 down. 35 COUNTRY ACRES 4 miles East of Olympic So. Hwy. 1./2 mile off Black Top. Some pasture, rest in brush pasture, cedar, alder, small fir. It's secluded, Warm 6 room farm home. plus small barn, sheds, log house, orchard, creek, spring water. Wood for fuel. $650 can move you in; balance can be arranged. Frill price $7,200, Early payments as low as $50,00 monthly. 73 ACRE STOCK RANCH 7 miles from Shelton. Creek w/water rights. 2,500' irriga- tion pipe, heads, etc. Nice 7 room ranch house. Fireplace in large living room. 35 acres cul- tivated. New 36' x 70' barn Cement floor. Part time beef No. 341}0 > NOTICE TO CREDITORR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR Any sale which has been offered. and for which no bids are received shall not be reoffered until it has been readvertised. If all sales cannot be offered within the dpecified, time on the advertised dale, the sale shall continue on the following day between tile hours of ten o'clock a.nl. and four o'clock p,m. Said lands will be sohl for not less than the appraised value above stated and pon the terms and conditions follawing: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase prier must bc paid at the time of sale. The purchasnr, if he bc not the owner of the ilnprovenlents. Inns( forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the ap- llraisedvalue of the improvements, as above stated. One tenth of the purchase price nmst be paid annually thereafter with interest on all deferred payments at the ]-ate of six per centnnl per all- MASON COUNTY num: Provided, That any purchaser In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN may make fnll payment of principal, WILLIAM MORAN. Deceased. interest and statutory fees at any Maizie E. Moral] is the appointed time and obtain deed. The purchaser of and qualified Executrix of said estate, ldfid containing tin)bet m- other val- All persons having claims against said able materials is prohibited by law deceased are rcqnired to serve the from cutting or ren}oving ally such same in duplicate, duly verified, on timber or nmterials without first ob- said Executrix or her attorney. Robert L. Snyder. at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court. together with proof of such service, within six nlonths citer the date of first publication of this notice, or he same will be barred. DATE of first publication: October 10. 1963. MAIZIE E. MORAN, Executrix Route 2. Box 93 Shelton, Washington ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney at Law 1251 N, 5th Sheilon, Washington 10/10-17-24 3t NO, 8468 ) NOTICE BY I UBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ':FOR MASON COUNTY BERTHA ERICKSON SULTZBACH, Plaintiff. -vs. PHILLIP SULTZBACH. Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO PHILLIP SULTZBACH : YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after lhe first date of publication of the Smnmons. to-wit :. Sixty days after the 19th day of Septenlber,196 and defend the bove 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 tel, the plaintiff at his office below stated and in ease of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered agai'nst you according to the demands of the Claim which has been filed with the Clerk of said CourL The object of this action is to obtain an absolute decree of divorce of the parties upon the grounds of cruel treatment and personal indignities. /s/ JAMES E. DUREE P,O. Box 552 Raymond, Washington County of Pacific 9/19-26 10/3-10-17-24 6t Estate HOOD GANAL West Side 2 bedroom home overlooking canal, 14 acres with creek and 148 ft. beach $18,500 terms. Union 4 bedroom, 2 fireplaces, beach and dock privileges $22,500. In Hoodsport One bedroom off the beach, beau. tifully landscaped, 2 creeks, large garage and shop space $14,000. 150 ft. of beach, 2 o(der homes, need some repairs - $15,000. Triton Head Y For rent 2 bedroom partly fur- qished $75. 2 bedroom unfurnished $45. HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOOOSPORT Phone 877-5211 or 877-5575 Evenings. i i i i iiii1| ranchers can qualify for FHA Large , 2 bedroom furnished apartment. Utilities furnished. $85 lonS.dovn. $22.500. Approx/ .$4'500 Two bedroom furnished apart- come. One triplex - one.duple'x. mont. $55 per month. BRITE STAR LaBissoniere Real Estate __ Insuraace REALTY A G E N C Y" HERB -- Phone 426.8272 _ DICK REAL ESTATE INSURANCE SUE DANIELS " .... 119 So. 4th -- Shelton, Wash. ONALO (Bean) DANiEL$ Route 1, Box 135  Hoodsport Eves: John Devereux 426-:  hone Anytime 426-3434 Hoodsport 877.5439 -- i in(me Property 5 - 2 bedr. units in Hilt(rest, 650 Dearborn St., Shelton. 6 blocks from city center. $300 per me. in- tainng consent of the Conmlissioner of Inblie Lands. until the full amount of the purchase price nas been paid and deed issued. All sales of state lands are made snbject fo 1tie reservations of oils gases, coal. ores, minerals and fossils of every name. kind and description, and to th, additional terms and con- ditions prescribed in see(ion 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of 1907. Said Land will be sold subject to the terlus, conditions and reservations of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927. relating to easements for rigltts- of-way and the carrying of tinlber stone, minerals and oilier products over the santo. ERT L. COLE. Comnfissioner of Public Lands. 10/3=10-17-24-4t , SEMMON HY P.ITBLICATION NO, 853O IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY HELEN F. LEWIS. Plaintiff. vs. PAUL STOLE and JANE DOE STOLE. his wife: L. H FORD and JULIE ORD. his wife if living, and if de- ceased, the unknown heirs of L. H, Ford and Julie Ford: ELIZABETH BAUMGARDNER. and all other per- sons or parties unknown claiming any right title, esta/c, lien or interest in the real estate described ill the Comillatnt herein. Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO L. H. FORD and JULIE FORD. his wife, if living and if deceased, the un- known heh'. of L. H. Ford and Julie Ford. and all other persons or parties unknown claimiag any lgght, title. estate, lien or intcr,st "In the real estate described ill the complaint hcrc- ill. Defendants : You. and ea('h of you. are hereby summoned to appear withia sixty (60) days after the date of the first "Publi- cation of this sumlnons, to wit. within sixty (60) (lays after tile 24th day of October. 1963. and defend the above entitled actinn in the Superior Court aforesaid and answer tile complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned at- torney for the plaintiff, at his office below stated; and, in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered against :u according to the demands of the compllhlt in this ac- tion which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action is to quiet title in plaintiff to real estate in Ma- son County, Washington, described as: Lot 4 in Block R of David Shel- ton First Addition to Shelton as recorded in Volume 1 of Plals. - page 2. against the claim of the defendants and any one of them. GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Plaintiff. Office & Post Office Address: Olenn E. Correa Bell ]uilding 121 Sooth Fourth Street Shelton, "vV,.sbington 10/24-31 11/7-]4-21-28 6t NOTICE Notice uf Hearing on Petition to Merge a per(ice, of Fire Protection District No. 3 with Fire Protection District No. 5. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with a Petition pres- ented to the Board of County Com- misgioners a their regular meeting on Monday, October 7. 1963. said Pe- tition being signed by 25 qualified electors in Section 29. Township 22 North. Range 1 West .W.IL. in Ma- son County, Washington, and the Aud- itor of Mason C(/unty having Certi- fied that the signatures  thereon rep- resent in excess of 75% of the resident electors in said See(ion. all of whom desire to withdraw from Grapcview Fire Protection District No. 3 and Merge with Allyn Fire Protection Dis- trict No. 5, as provided in Chapter 42. Session Laws of 1963 (RCW 52.24.090), and since (tie number of signers on said Petiti6n eliminate the necessity oI an Election on the matter, the Board of County Commissi(mcrs here- by set a date of Hearing for 2:00 P.M,, Monday, October 28 1963. at their office in tile Courthouse at Shelton, Washington All interested persons nlay SPlicer at said Hearing and be beard 'for or against tile proposed Merger. and this' Notice shall be pnblished in the Shelton-TEason County Journal three consecutive weeks, and posted in three pul)lic places within the boundaries el Fire Protection Di,,dtrict No, 3. DONE thiu 7th day of October, 1963. Board of County Conlmissioner of Mason County, Washington. By C. NOLAN MASON Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerl of said Board. 10/10-17-24 Jmlior Fire Marshals say that grease belongs in covered contain- ors, not on oven walls. To pro- i vent fires, clean your oven regu- larly and keep grease containers away from the stove. PAGE,  Lega ! Publications R I'; , O L UTION ORDERING ('IA)EI{I". OF OI)I';N RANG I'] AREA VdHEREAS (,n Lh, 5th day of Ang- us(. 1963. hearing ,vas h-ld befoFe ttl Board of Mason Connty Collnlission- 'I'S, Sheltoll V*asllinKton puFsuanl to petition and alteF legal nol it( and lultllication b(,ing given COllcornlng ccrlain t('rriloly as a stock restricted area in Masoo C(un|5", Washir, gton; and WHEREAS. said Board after hearing the said De(ition ou tim lllUlils and fully considering Lilt sllnlP, and also hearhlg all opposition 1(1 tile said pe- tition, or ;lny par[ tilt,reef appointed a conullittce to stndy th( l(lerits of shtek restriction and thereafWr the nice(]no" was adjonvncd until Septenl- be)' 30. 1963. and again adjourned un- til October 14. 1963. and the Board be- ing fully advised Ill t}l prenuses, nOV* r there for(  BE IT RESOLVEI)AND ORDERED that certain territory iu the Matlock- Ch)quallunl vicinity i)e and is hereby declared as SlO('k restrich.d areas and livestock of al] kinds shall be pro- hibited frolll running at large within the territo]'v deserihed ;Is "folh/ws: All of: Twp. ]9N. II6W, W.M.: Twp. 20 N. R6W.. ,V.M.. excel)t Sec, S, 17 and 18; Twp, 21N R6W.. W.M., except that portion of Olympic National For- est. All of: Twp. 19N. R5W.. V.vI. TImt portion of: Twp. 20N. R5W.. W.M.. including S(clions ,5 6.7. 17. 18, 19.20. 29. 30. 31 and 32, Thai portion of: Twp, 21N. l5r, W.M.. including Sections 19. 20, 21, 26, 29, 30, :11 32, and 33. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that said closur(- will be- conle effective on the 1st day of Jan- uary, 1965, and notice of this Resolu- tion shall be given by the Clerk ot the Board as req,iired by law. DONE THIS 141h day of October. 1963. Board of County Commissioners of Mas, m County, Whington, MARTIN AUSETH HARRY ELMLUND Attest : C. N(dan Mason. Clerk of the-Board. Approved as to forln: Byron E. McClanahan. Prosecuting Attorney 10/24-31 11/7-14 4t 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 pm. Lewis B. Wysong, pastor 1/31 tf NO. 31:]6 NOTICI OF IIEARING FINAL RE- 1'{)11"1' ANI) I'F:TI'I'ION FOR DISTI{IBI'TION IN TItE SUPEI.IOtl (XL!RT (SD  Ttt] STATE OF XVAStIINGTON FOg MASON COIJNTY In the Mallet of the Estate of SAM WINFIELD DI(;GLE. Dcctmse,l. NtYl?[(!l IS ]tERE}]Y (lIVEN lhat LAV,'RENCE A. CARLSON. Adnml]s- Lraha' vittt VFill Annexed. has flied in tile office ,d" lht, ('lcrk of said (OUl't a final reI)oFl and pelition for disirihutiol/, llsk]ng t]lt (out't L: settle said I'Ol)(lI distribut( the pl l,e,ty to the p(*I'SOIIS thereto entitlcd and [O discharge the llelitl(,ner as Adlninislra,. tor: and that said itporl alld llelitiou will he hoald on t/l lsl dtv el N,venl- her. 1963, :it 10:00 o'e[o('l( in" the fore- noon of said dtv, el as 8otto tcreaf- l(r its tlm Illl]lcI" ('all he llcard at, 1he courl l'Otll of t]l  a|))vc-entit]ed e }urt ill the Cturlhouse iE Silelton. 5Iason Coun|v ashington at which tin]e and plaue ;lnv p(l'SOll inlerest lift Ill said Estnte may at)lloar and fih, obj('cii,llS 1]lorehl a]ld ('onlesL the st'.]uc. Dated this 27th day of September, i963. LAUIA M. ,VAGENER CIcl'k of said Courl By Teckla Vermilii(m. Deputy GLENN E. CORRICA Attorney for EMote Bell Building 121 Sooth Fourth, Street Sbelton, 'ashington 10/3-10-17-24 4t OUR RALLY DAY :7 IT WILL BE A ISITORS  DAY SO YOU'LL FEEL AT HOME! ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine St. Sunday School ............ 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship ........ 11 A.M. Youth Service ......... 6:00 P.M. Revival Service ................. 7 P.M. HT. VIEW ALLIANCE CHURCH Washington & J Sts. SPEGIAL MEETINGS With REV, JAMES THOMPSON00 of Canby, Oregon Oct, 20th through Nov. 3rd, Meeting Times: Sundays! 11:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays: 7:30 p.m. CHILDREN'S MEETINGS Saturday mornings, 10:00 a.m. Call 426-3294 for Transportation 10,/17-31 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH . Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cote Rev. Alfred Sandoval. Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, OCT. 27 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "BETTER THAN FREEDOM" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m. "THE CHURCH OF GOD and IT'S PURITY" Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bible Study and Prayer for the fatuity Broadcast over ] 00KanS I 1280- 11:00 a.m.. 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 11:06 a,m:--Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer  -2-' I , i RRST GHURGH OF GHRIST SGIENTIST I 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. | Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. I Wednesday evenitg testimony meetlngs 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. THE METHODIST GHURGH 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 i , ' CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p.m, Worship ............ 11:00 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. -- Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service ( MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD " Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Roy. Gerald Herman, P'ator Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 .m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 turn. Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. ................ i . ,11 _ Ii 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 American Lutheran Church FISHERHEH'S CLUB P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cote SUNDAY, OCT. 27 9:30 a.m.--THE NEW STORY OF MILK 10:00 a.m.-- TOPIC SUCCESS AND LIVING TODAY