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October 31, 1963 $ttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chri.stmastown, U.B.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE lff PUILICATION 8530 COURT OF THE WASHINGTON FOR &apos;. LEWIS. Plaintiff, VS. and JANE DOE STOLE, FORD and JULIE if living, and if de- heirs of L. H. Ford ; ELIZARETH and all other per- llnklh)'J:n elainling ally estate, lien or illterost estate dese, rihed ill the Defendants. 0P WASHINGTON TO JULIE FORD. his f de('eased tile un- lI. Ford and Julie or parties .yig'ht title. hi the real ill the complaint here- OI yell. are horehy within sixty (60) date of the first publi- ;[lllllaon8. [o wit within afhq. the 24th day of and defend the above in the Superior Court allswer the conlplaint ff and serve a copy of the undersigned at- Plaintiff. at his office and. in case of Your judgment will be ren- You according to the eompPaht in this am- been filed with lhe Court action is to quiet real estate in Ma- ington, described as: R of David Shel- 1o Shelton as Volume 1 of Plats, im of the defendants them. CORREA or Plaintiff. Add tess : Street 11/7-14-21-28 61 Real Estate ESTATE ] ! ! been looking for a home in the down- must see this one excellent condition Wall to wall carpet- There is plen- both a dining room nook, attached gar- lawn. Priced right you can assume e. Call Vince THE thought you could bedroom home with room, new drapes, and fenced yard here it is. Best .been completely re- and out and it is You owe it to this budget priced |N you purchase a home with a furnace, anti eat for just $7,500. a little touch up s a lot of house for The kids will love rippling creek that r lawn, as well as to school. Terms i:OR and a spacious are yours in this -Side family home. cheery fireplace, carport with and much, much U to see. Priced at and you can assume low interest F.H.A, drive to this attrac- suburban home. You will like the ar- this home as well as including a full double garage an0 Just enough a couple of beef with financing OR ES-- spot for a re- Wo large bedrooms storage, a very handy utility patio and dou- will appreciate Eg of this pleasing :now you will like $8,700. ! ! l bedroom home can for $6,500 with only :has an extra large With an attractive hardware floors. AI- dining room and Located close to grade school. Why You'll be glad you REAL ESTATE 428"6592 ANYTI ME Ave, @ i CALL S-6501 N N---426-3228 Legal Publications NO. 3495 NOTI(']'] TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In dm Matter of the Estate of IVAN D. NEUENSCHWANDER Deceased. Stella L. Neucnschwander is tile ap- pointed and qualified Execull-ix of said estate; All pel'si)ns IlavinA elainls against said deceased are requiled to serve thee" 1 e in duplicate duly veri- fied, on said Executrix or her attorney, Rohert L SLvder at tile address be- low stated, and file tile same with the Clerk of said Court. together wifh l)roof of such service, within six months after the date of first publica- tion of tills nolire, el" tile Sallle will be barred. DATE of first publication: October 17. 1963, STELLA L. NEUENSCHVANI)ER Executrix 405 Raih'oad Shelton, vr aslli Illt i )n ROBERT L. SNYDEB. Attorney at Law 1251,./_, N. 5th Shelton. %Vasl;ington 10/17-24-31 3t NO. 3197 NOTICE TO ('REi)ITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY tiN PRORATE) In the Mtter of the Estate STAN- LEY J. SUSHAK. Jr.. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, luatnryn J. Sushak. has been appointed and has qualified aS Adlninitratrix of tile estate of Stanley J. Sushak. Jr.. deceased and that all pevsans having claims against the said .]eeeased or tile said estate are herel required to serve the same. dilly verified with the necessary rou- t:hers attached upon the undersigned Adnlinistratrix or her attorney of rec = ord at tile law office of ]3. Franklin Heuston, Angle Building, Shelton. Washington. and file such claims to- gether with proof of service with the Clerk of tte above entitled Court within six t6) nmnths after the date of the first publication of this notice. to-wit: 31 October 1963. or all claims not so presented and filed will be forever barred. KATHRYN J. SUSHAE, Administratrix of the Estate of Stanley J. Sushak Jr.. Dec'd. Address : Shelton, Washington R. :FRANKLIN Ii'USTON, Attorney for said Estate. Angle Bldg., Shelton. Wash. 10/31 11/7-14-21 41 HOW SOON CAN YOU MOVE? We can unhestitatingly recom- mend this modern home as one ot exceptional desirability, location, and value. There are 3 bedrooms, ,fireplace, large living room and dining room, 1 baths, 2 car garage, workshop, lovely yard and just like new. Only $15.500. Buy owner's equity and take immediate possession. A. ROY DUNN A LOT FOR A LITTLE This is a very comfortable 3 bedroom home on a king sized secluded lot with fruit trees, out- door fireplace and double garage. Its many features nclude full basement, fireplace, flice separate dining room, hardwood floors. new kitchen with double stainless steel sinks and formica counter- tops, new electric service, new laundry room. It's a first class home and only $8350. How can you beat that! A. ROY DIYNN DON'T BE A RENT SLAVE Your rent money will buy this modest 2 bedroom home on one acre of ground just Out of town. There is a full basement, natural wood kitchen, spring water and very livable, Bring your paint brush, a few dollars for closing costs, and your rent money. Move in this week. A. ROY DUNN A HOME PLUS INCOME Ever wanted a small business? Here's one you can have in your own home. It's a very cozy board- ing house with sleeping rooms for 5 guests, can be sold fully furn- ished if desired. This one has an excellent income producing rec- ord and can be yours on easy terms. Better see it soon. A. ROY DUNN ALL AMERICAN, BEAUTY Achievement in home design and arrangement! This one is a nearly new split entry, 3 bedroom home in perfect condition. It is located on an excellent view lot and features a large sandstone fireplace in the living room, very attractive dining room with glass doors to the patio, built in appli- ances inkitchen. 2z baths, super family room With fireplace, two ,r e garage, workshop, utility, FHA price is $19,750, As nd- era as tomorrow. Make it yours today. A. ROY DUNN BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 31 unit apartment-hotel in downtown Shelton. It has been recently put in top condition and has a real potential for a person who can manage this much busi- ness. A retired couple wanting to keep active or a young family who wishes to build a secure fu- ture will find this most attrac- tive. Call anytime for an appoint- ment to inspect. A. ROY DUNN HOOD CANAL SPECIAL This is a good property at a price you woh' find very often. 55 feet of good sandy beach With large dock. A rustic 4 bedroom cottage with fireplace and design- ed for fun living. Also most of the furnishings you'll need. A very modest down payment and $50.00 a month will handle. The out of town owner has asked that we submit all offers. I know you can make a real gdod buy here! -A. ROY DUNN-- ATTENTION INVESTORS We have 8 extra nice view lots at Union, Water and septic tank in. $3,300 cash will buy. Better check these. A. ROY DUNN REALTOR Eves Call: Mary ross .................... 426-8074 A. Roy Dunn ................ 426-4601 PHONE 426-6363 126 Bailroad Legal Publications Born Of Necessity'. ' ZIP CODE EXPLANA'TION Olll)I':lllNG ('IAI,I'IIE 01" OPI'N H;A N(; I': AREA VJHEI=EAS on the 5th (llv of Aug- list ]()6'd, !l,,arina" was held belt)re Ill(' ZiP was born of necessity. Tile scale applicatiou within two years, Board of Mason County Commissi(,n- United States today handles some ])tit if w,? did not institute ZIP e's S it' it n, V .s gI. 1, pursuant h) (i8 billion pieces of mail annllally--- Code no\\;\ r, \\;ve won]d have the read- l)(q iti,)ni)lll)lieal iolland beilllltertg givpah'gal llOliCe(,oncernillglllld n]ore than two-thirds of tlle el'. bill nothing for it to read. As a ('erlam tcrritol 5" as a stock restricted world's volunle. Ill addition we result. ZiP Code is being introduced area in Mason C,,unty, Washington; know that by 1970 we will be pro- now so theft a snbst.antial mail vof mid cessing score 90 billion pieces an- ume with the code will be develop- WHEREAS. said Board after hearing nually tile said petition (m the merits and ed over the next two years sinnll- fully considering /tie same. and also Fifteen years ago we had 10 taneously with the machine. heaving all IHmSili(m h) the said t)e- tO 15 thousand nlail carrying litton, or ulv part lhereol, al)t)olnted l, rains in operation. Today we have IN THE M[EANTIME. the use a eonlllllt|t!e tO StlldV tit(! lllt, rits (If stock restriction and tlwreafier the less than 14 hnndred and \\;viii con- of ZIP Code is a substantial ad- meeting w,n< adjourned until SOl)tern- tinue to lose nlorc regularly Slicer vantage even without tile machine. her a0. l!)6q, and aain adjourned un- bntk alone prechtdes I:ransporting From Poeatello to Idaho Falls it is 1il October 1,I. 1963. and the Roard he- all mail by air. Trucking mail on of relatively little application "be- ing fully advised in tile l)rmnlses, nc)w ih,,ref(u'c a trans-continental basis lS to() cause the hostel clerk who d-livers lie IT RESOI,VED AND ORDERED slo\\;v, a letter in Pocatello is quite aware that certain te "r tory in the Matloel- Consequently, with an expanding of the location and renting to Ida- Chquallum vieinily he and is herchy population and an expanding mail he Falls. But look at it froln the declared :is stock resh'ieted areas and liwsiock ,ff all kinds shall be pro-.volume, we are faced with the standpoint of a letter dispatched, hibitod from running at laro'e within problenl of constructing more fa- for. exanlple, frolYl Seattle to Ida- the territ(n'y described as follows: cilities and hiring more manpower, he Falls or Pocatello. The postal AI] of: Twp. 19N, RdW, W.M : Twp. This could result in higher costs clerk in Seattle may not have had 20 N. RdW.. *W.M.. except Sec. 8, 17 and 18: Twp. 21N R6W.. W.M.. except and eventnally in increased post- the opportunity to be acquainted that l)ortion of Olyll)l)ic National For- age rates, with ttlat lovely part of the court- est. All of: Twp. 19N. R5W.. W.M.. ZIP WAS originally Intended for try, and has not the vaguest idea of the routing of mail from here That portion of: Twp. 20N. R5W.. use by large volume mailers us- to Pocatello or Idaho Falls, As a W.M..19.20. 29.including30. 3I SectiOnSand 32. 5,6.7.8.17. 18. ing automatic or electronic data result, he will make the first sor- That portion of: Twp. 21N, RSW.. processing eqmpment vthich has tattoo merely to the general area JT.M.. including Sections 19, 20. 21. 28. lhe ability to presort mail in code of Idaho: another clerk, again 2.(}, 30, 31 32 and 33, sequence, This would mean bypas- sorting the mail--perhaps in Port- RE IT ;FURTHER RESOLVED AND sing the numerous distribution land to 'Idaho---will do likewise; ORDERED 1hat said closure will be- come effeelive on the 1st dny of ,Tan- handlings at the point of entry, and so it will go across the coun- uary, 1965, and notice of Ihis Resolu- thus going directly into the trans- try with a series of handlings nar- lionthe RoardShall asbe requiredgiven hYbythelaw.Clerk of pro'tattoo system and speeding it rowing down the area of destina- DONE TttlS 141h day of October. to its final destination for delivery, tion and routing until it arrives 1963. Presently, a ietter must be handled in the hands of a clerk, who is ofBardMas,nf County.Cunty Washington.Cmmissiners some 18 times on an average fi'om familiar with his own vicinity. MARTIN AUSETH deposit until delivery. Mail pre- HARRY ELMLUND sorted in ZIP code sequence will NOT SO WITH ZIP Code. The Attest: e!iminate as much a a third of number 832 represents the sec- C. Nolan l,lason, this handling. Its use will also aid tional center destination serving Clerk of the Roard. Approved as to form: in manual distribution of mail Pocatello. The postal Clerk in Se- Rvron E. ,a.eClanahan. This means faster service, fewer attle does not have to know the Prosecuting Atlorney ]0/24-31 11/7-14 41 errors, and containment of rising geographical area and routing be- postal costs.- tween Seattle and Pocatellc. All All educational matter on the he need know is that 832 repres- " ' ZIP Code has emphasized that it ents one of 553 sectional centers HOOD GANAL is to be used after the city and in the country. The letter from state address. Every effort has Seattle. pat in the sack designated been made to point out that ZIP for 832 will not have to be sorted West Side Code is not, and cannot be. a sub- again until it arrives at 832 Poca- stitute for city and state names relic---where it is in the hands of 2 bedroom home overlooking canal, until the entire system of 553 sec- a postal clerk who is well aware 14 acres with creek and 148 ft. lionel centers are equipped with of the location of its destination, beach $18,500 terms, optical scanner devices that will Within the city or between nearby read the numbers and ignore the cities, the local zone numbers Union names. That date is some five the last two digits in the ZIP Code years off. Thus the question, Why --have their, normal application. 4 bedroom, 2 fireplaces, beach and a code now? That is like asking Our national coding plan doesn't dock privileges $22,500. which comes first, the chicken or mean that each of our customers the egg? will become "just another num- FIRST OPTICAL scanners will bet". ZIP Code identifies places, Ill Hoodsport be in the field tests for large not people. A single ZIP Code One bedroom off the beach, beau. number may be assigned to a de- tifully landscaped, 2 creeks, large livery unit serving as many as .o, ,,,ooo. Income r t"roper) ,oo0 o,,,co00 \\;Ve have asked for the cooper- 150 ft. of beach. 2 older homes, ation of all postal customers, large need some repairs - $15,000. and small in using- ZIP Code in Triton Head 5 - 2 bedr. units in Hillerest, 650 their return address in the hope Dearborn St., Shelton, 6 blocks that their correspondents will then from city center. $300 per me. in- incorporate it in future communi- For rent 2 bedroom partly fur- come. One triplex - one duplex, cations. nished $75. BRITE STAR Th, s is a vohmtary program. 2 bedroom unfurnished $45. We need your help now,. along with all mail patrons, if we are to be able to contain costs and avoid IIOOD CANAL 00EALTY any likelihod of future rate in- REAL ESTATE reases HOODSPORT Route 1. Box 135 -- Hoodsport L L  ,.= .= , == .  . Phone 877-5211 or Phone Anytime . '"    .- - w 877-5575 Evenings Hoodsport 877-5439 LaBISSONIERE Preferred Properties Rea/Estate by DOWNTOWN ,NCOME Waterfront Realty ,,0o 2 adjacent homes. Close to sawmills, Ahvays rented. 2 bedrooms and 1 bedroom A real 317 Railroad Ave. Call 426-8277 good investment at $5,950 for both. $500 down; $46 Monthly. ANGLESIDE BEAUTY! Investigate; then negotiate. So many wonderful features for you to enjoy! Four large bedrooms; 2 baths: lovely large living room with fireplace; 1960 CUSTOM-BUILT w/w carpet; drapes. Separate di'ning room: delightful kitchen BAYVlEW SPLIT-LEVEL has many appliances: family-TV room too! Call Dick Belling 3 large bedrooms plus family for an appointment to see this one. room. 1% baths. Spacious liv- ing. lovely fireplace. Well-lo- MT. VIEW SPECIAL! cated dining room, 2 car at- Attractive. well-arranged, 2 bedroom home: floor furnace; taehed garage. A most exeep- utility separate garage. An excellent investment. Nicely land- tionaI buy for $17,700. Approx. scaped for easy care. FHA t&'ms available with only $250 Down. $1 000 down FHA A DREAM OF A HOME! SOUTH EDGE OF TOWN Treat your family to a newer - larger - home! This one has 3 bedrooms, approx. 1 acre, large living room with hardwood floors, fireplace: separate din- fine garden, shrubs. Built-in ing room exceptionally nice kitchen with built-in-range, dish- storages. Elec-wood r ange; washer. Three large bedrooms, lots of closets! All in tip-top con- central furnace. Nice floors, dition, paved basement, laundry. Full price $7,500. Immediate posses- HERE IS A DANDY! sion $600. down. Small two-bedroom cottage aL edge of town; a good rental property or wonderful "first" home for ambitious couple! $2750, MT. VIEW SCHOOL 1 BLK. very good terms. 3 bedrooms possible, or even a 4th. Huge tiring room. hwd. BUSINESS LOTS floors, drapes. Part basement. 3 Mt, View commercial lots, 1 improved. $200 me. income; new furnace w/heat to each 120' of frontage for expansion on new buildings. Terms or room. Venetian shades, reh:ig- trades, crater and electric range in- cluded. Garage attached plus garage and shop. Insulated. A -- Evenings Call --  Wonderful buy for $6,600. FHA $500 down includes costs. Marden Stroud .................... 426-4000 Dick Belling 426-8162 s ACRES HW NORTH ........................ 6 MILES 4 acres trintmed Christmas Trees. 2 extra large bedrooms, 16'x23' living room. 6 appli- ances and L/R rug included. HERB ROTTER & ASSOCIATES guest house w/shower. Extras. Well. shop. Move in for $1,000 down. Only $6,250. REAL ESTATE BROKER 73 ACRES STOCK RANCH 5 Bedrooms, Fireplace, Utility Room, Covered Patio. 10 Acres Valuable location 7 miles. Creek w/water rights. 2,500' mostly cleared, several hundred feet of creek frontage. Double irrigation pipe, ctc. Good 7 garage with large work shop adjoining. Price $16 000.00 Terms. ' room ranch house w/fireplace. 35 acres plowed. New barn, 36' Excellent 2 Bedroom home on Angleside. Fireplace. Dinette. x 70' paved. Ideal for parI- automatic Hot Water heat. Large corner lot. Full price $10,500.00. time beef ranchers. You can You can buy this on easy terms, qualify for FHA loan. $22,500. Four blocks from downtown on the northside. 4 Bedroom Approx. $5,000 handles. house, one acre, spring water, double garage and work shop CHECK WITH US FOR full price $9,500.00. Terms. RANCHES, Country Homes, Waterfront Homes. 250 Ft. of Waterfront, 9. acres drilled well, orchard. This farm house needs some repmr. Price $14,000.00. LIST WITH US FOR ACTION We have BUYERS for your A well designed, modern 6 room home. 3 bedrooms, fire- property. Call us in now. place, dining room. garage & carport. Price $18,500.00 Terms. 3 Bedrooms, Fireplace, Electric heat. Owner will sell furn- ished $16,700.00 or unfurnished $15.500.00. CALL 426-4666 400 Feet of Hood Canal waterfront on the south shore ap- cm/'a'sson'ere proximately 9 acres. Full price $28.500.00. Down payment $5,000.00 easy payments on cofitract. A G E N C Y WALTER GEORGE, Assodate Broker REA ESTATE INSURANCE BUSINESS & WATERFRONT PROPERTIES 179 So. 4th -- Shelton, Wash. Eves; John Devereux 426-8544 Home Phone 426-3530 Office Phone 426- 6642 Southside PTO Carnival Is Planned Nov. 2 By Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTHSIDE --- Don't forget the Southside Carnival Nov. 2 at the Southside school, starting from 3 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Games. cake walk. movies, gift booth, plus ev- erything else a carnival has, will be available. A ham dinner will be served from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. An auction will begin at the close of the evening. Do try and attend, you will all have a good time! The next Southside PTO meet- ling will be Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.nt. The Me, son County Bell Riders will have its regular meeting Nov. 1 at thc Capitol Hill club house at 8 p.m. Southside Homemakers club met at Jo Ann Herriek's home Oct. 22 for a regular business meeting and various projects were dis- cussed, After hmcheon members worked on quilt blocks. There were seven members and two childreu present. The next meeting will be held at Gladys Bain's Nov. 19. Mrs. Luther Rodgers of Arcadia left Sunday for Montana to at- tend the Golden wedding anni- versary of her mother, Mrs. Jess Baxter of Sidney. Mrs, Rodger's aunt. Mrs, Florence Rent of Ta- coma, also went to Montana with Mrs. Rodgers. SKOOKUM Comnmnity Club meets Nov. 4 at Little Skookum Hall. Southside Eagles 4-H members enjoyed a skating party Saturday at the skating rink, and treats were served at Mrs. Don %Vilson after the skating party. Members of the Southside Eagles met at Catherine Bracy's on Nov. 24 and elected Mike Timpani for their Dew treasurer. The next meeting will be held Nov. 7 at Catherine Bracy's. Dick Holtorf, who is stationed in Glynco, Ga.. with the Crash Fire Division. called long distance Friday night to wish his little brother, Bobby an early birthday wish, which is Nov. 5. Bobby was overjoyed to bear his big brother's voice. Bobby will be six years old. Busy Bells 4-H club members held their meeting Oct. 22 at the home of their leader. Julia Bare. Tlte meeting was called to order by tle president, Darlene HolLorf and the flag salute was led by Jo Ann Cole. The Christmas party was discussed and iL was decided to take goodies to Shelton Manor Nursing Home. The meeting was adjonrned and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Nov. 12 aL Julia Bare's. ATTENDING NCiOOL Richard I. Staley, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs Richard I, Staley, Shel- ,ton. registered as a junior in the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Sept. 17. He is one of 212 students registered in the 15re- gram leading to the Doctor of Den- tal Surgery degree, according to Charles 1". Smith. dean of the gmool of Dentistry. The School is at Loma Linda, Calif. EXGEPTIONAL VALUES LOCATED ON HILLCREST Small, 2 bedrooms. Oil heat. Room for half bedroom Nice yard, all fenced. On.ly $4500. EXCELLENT FARM-- ONLY FEW MINUTES FROM TOWN This trim farm hs thre bd- rooms, one down and 2 up. Living room Kitchen has plenty cup- boards. Utility room Clean. Ex- cellent well. One acre. All this for $6500. DAYTON ROAD LOCATION Five acres. 2 bedrooms in this dandy buy. Fireplace. Also in- cluded in this excellent buy is a large new workshop big enough for. logging trucks or any type eqmpment. All this for $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 fin- ished fo a recreation room. Car- peted living room and dining room. Fireplace Bath and a half. Many more features to be seen, $17,000. THIS ONE WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON This home is located where your view of the city is excellent. 2 bedrooms and a den upstairs plus living 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 wihh shrubs and flowers. Outdoor patio with fireplace. Also includeci in this buy are four lots full ot Xmas trees. Come in and talk about this one as it will sell fast, F,H,A. appraised. FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished apart- ment. $55 per month. SPACIOUSROOMYBUILT FOR A REAL FAMILY Three bedrooms with built in closets. Bath and a half. Fire- place in large living room. Family room. Full basement with fire- place, Patio. Deck all around. Large yard. Shown by appoint- nlent only. ANGLE AGENGY Real Estate -- Insurance HERB  Phone 426-8272 -- DICK SUE DANIELS DONALD (Bean) DANIELS 426-3434 T  r i i i Pioneer Woman Bags Two-Point Buck In Pasture Near Home By Betty Ann Shero twill be served by the second grade PIONEER ---- Mrs. Logan Julian mothers, Everyone come on ont can be qtfite proud of herself as and help make the open house a she was one of the first in the success. Pioneer area to fill her deer tag. The students at Pioneer School She had gone down to the lower received their individual pictures pasttn'e to check the family bur- ros last Monday and came back with a two-point buck and a brand new baby burro. She is quite proud of both. Corky Dickinson. Joe Goodro. Don Bins also have gotten their deer for the season. but they seem to be the only lucky ones. The Agate Sewing Circle met last %Vednesday in the home of Mrs, Jane Ellison. Those att4nd- ing were Doris Auseth. Stell Bun- nell, Della Vik, DoroLhy ]:ahlgren, Elizabeth Dickgieser. and Mrs. James Howarth. The nexI meeting of thc circle \\;\,ill be in the home of Mrs. James Howarth Nov. 6. Another mistake for yours truly to correct is he Agate Tip-Top 4-H Club will not meet this Thurs- day, Oct. 31. The next meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 7 in the home last week. They were taken by Dean's Studio of Sheon. It is also reobrt card time at school so be preps,red! Visiting in the Jack Shero ldme Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Shero and sons. Danny, Allan. and Gary of Castle Rock. The nten spent the day fishing, cafching three cutthroats and one black- mottth MR. AND MRS. CLIFF Vender \\;al entertained his parents, the John Vander ral's Stmday with a dinner in honor of their .36th wedding anniversary. Other guests were the young John VanderVVals of Shelton. Tonight is the big night for the witches and goblins---they will mU'ely be out in all shapes and sizes. So have the treats out :for the little ones. of Mrs. Martin Auseth. Recent visitors in the Sushak he,me were Mr'. and Mrs. Jim Su- shak and family of Indianapolis. TUESDAY LUNCItEON guests in the home of Mrs. Andy Van- der Wal were Mrs. iJo,is Auseh and Mrs. Virginia Dickinson. Remember Pioneer PTO meets Tuesday evening in the Pioneer School. This meeting will be an Open House so the parents can ob- serve what their child"has been doing in school, and get acquainted with the teachers. Refreshments He preaches well who lives well. 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 pro. Lewis B. Wysong, pastor- 1/31 tin SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younglund, pastor Sunday School-For All Ages ................................................ 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship .................................................................... 11:00 A.M. Christ's Ambassadors (Youth) ............................................ 6:00 PM. Evangelistic Service .................................................................. 7:00 P.M, Wednesday-Bible Study and Prayer .................................... 7:00 P.M, r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cola Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, NOV. 3 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "THERE IS A BETTER WAY" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups" 7:00p.m. FINDTHE DOORTO HEAVEN? Broadcast over KHAS 1280 - 11:00 h.m. "\\; Wed. 7:00 p.m>-Bible Study and Prayer for the family MT. VIEW ALLIANCE CHURCH Washington & J Sis. SPEGIAL MEETINGS With ...: ; REV. JAMES THOMPSON of Canby, Oregon 0t. 20ih 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 aturday mornings, 10:00 a.m. Call 426-3294 for Transportation l! " 10/17-31 RSHEREN'S CLUB 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 11:00 a.m.Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer RRST GHUROH OF GHRIST, SOIENTIST I 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. ", i Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11 a.m. ,] I %ednesday evening testimony m(etings 8 p.m. ' / I Reading room located in church. eadiIlg room hours 2 tO. ," I 4 p.nl, M:on. & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. " | THE METHODIST GHUR1]H North 4th and Pine 8treete 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 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 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 in MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy. So. 8, Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Pasto Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bihle Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a.m, & 11:00 san, FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services 9:30 Sunday School md Adult Bible Class CRL J. CARLSEN, PASTOR Affiliated with Americas Lutheran ChUrch