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', November 7, 1963 n ;a2Publications Legal Publications MO1NS BY PUILICAT1ON .XVI'ICI,] OF SALE OF I"OItENT ... NO. 8530 PBoi)ucT VALUI, i) AT NOT MOI{I, SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIF TllAN .2,000.00 0UNTyWASHINGTON ffFOR STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPART-  F MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES N F. LEWIS. P ainfi . t [ DISTRICT SALE. BERT L. COLE. vs. Commissioner of Public Lands 0LE and JANE DOE STOLE, I Notice is ilereby given that on Men- lo;. L. H. FORD and JULIE [ day the 18th day of November. 1963, l Wil'(., if living, and if de- c(,{mnencing at teu (,'clock in the fore- 00uiie Fo, ; ELIZ B THL00'00"nknWUdbeUs"LL00H n,,,,, at ,he Shcllon Distr,ct Head- ,I)NER, quarters of the Department of Natur+ and all other al Resources. tile following described per- |+rhes tlukno'n elaiming anY forest llroducts will be sold at pul)- , estate, lien or interest lic suet:oil lo the highest bidder. coniferous Cbrist- 1 eslate described iu lhe Approxinlatcly 400 ][Agherein, DefendanLn. mas Trco: within property lines. TE OF WASHINGTON TO ] Located in W, S%V: Scc. 36. Twp. WtP..D and JULIE FORD, his 23 N.. Rge. 4 (W), W.M,. Masou Coun- illg and if deceased, the un- ty, Washington. Lrs of L, H. Ford and Julie SCALE SALE 'all oi wr persms (a" pa 'ties Forest oroaucts will be sold on a , claim:ha' any right, title, s('ate basis.  or interest fn tlle real Mininttnn ace, ptable bid will be 25 :bed in the comphfint here- (:ellis per tl'ee. ...r->.alts : oil or before November 18. 1963, t each of 3"ou, are iaereby at 10:00 a.nl., each bidder olust nlake IE o appear within sixty (60) a ndninmm dcposif of $10.00 plus a 'the dale ef the first publi- $5.00 bill .f sale i'ee, or a total of ,this sunu{lons, to wit, wittun $15.00 in tile form of cash. money Jlays after the 24th day eli order or celt:fled clteck. Said deposit I 3 and defend the el)eve,shall constitute an opening bid al the i@etion in the Superior Court appraised price. Up(,n completion of ,ad answm' tile complaint this sale. the respective deposits shall lllliff and serve a e+opy of he returaed to the unsuccesslul bid- @1' upon the lUldersigncd at- I ders. Tile purchaser IllUSt. on tile day r the plaintiff, at his office of sale make an additional paynlent ed; and, ill of SO thai itle total alllounl deposited. case 3"our o do jud,qncnt will be ren- exclusive of fees. will equal 100 percent iasl 'v'(m %lceordin , tt, tile bid price based on tlle cruise ,9 f+ tim' "  of the full eh has e(,mpthhlt in tbis ac- been filed with tim e aldeet of CUrt'sthL act:one is to quiet iatiff to real 'st'te in Ma- lYe Vashington, described as: I 111 :Block R of David Shel- t Addition to Shelton as m]" in Volume 1 of Plats, :nie claim of the defendants  of them. N E CORREA for Plaintiff. ;" . Office Address: 12Orrea cling ;eurth Street  ashington 10/24-31 11/7-14-21-28 6t Estate Real Estate MAY IBUy today to see this ex- Mt. View home. R ess home has been re- [I and out and it is in t condition. There i. even I. 1 carpeting in the liv- new tile in the bedroom ms throughout. Also b ) and fenced yard. One ot buys for just $8,- WE 0WN COzy Hillcrest home that estimate. This additional payment may be I)y personal check. All checks. money ,),tiers. etc. are to be lnade payable to tile Commissioner of Public Lands. , Any sale whieh has been offered, and for hich no bids are received shall not be rcoffered until it lms been re- advertisefl. If all sales cannot be of- fered within the specified time on the advertised date. the sale shall contin- ue on the following day between thv llours of ten o'clock a.nl. and four otcloek p.ul. The State of Washington does nox guarantee it.- published cruises of th( herein described forest products, and purchasers thereof sball have nn re- course against either the State of Washington or the Board of Natural Resources if tll actnal cut does not equal such published cruises. Forest yroduets inusl_ be removed prior to December 31, 1963. Located ,pproximately 16 miles North of Shelton. Accessibility via public and private roa{Is. A copy of the forest products bill of sale contract is posted at the 'Shel- ton District Headquarters office. BERT L. COLE Commissioner of Public Lands 11/7 It EXCEPTIONAL VALUES LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL SPENCER LAKE This almost new home has 90 feet of the best waterfront. Good dock. Landscaped. Outdoor patio. One bedroom guest cottage. High, wide and handsome living room with impressive fireplace. Dining room overlooking water. Kitchen has all built in appliances: birch cabinets. Handy utility room. So many features that must be seen. Owner will sell or lease with op- tion. Lease for $100 per month. Sale price, $21 {)00. NOW AVAILABLE F.H.A. APPRAISED This home has excellent view. 2 bedrooms and a den upstairs plus living room with fireplace. Sep- PUrchase with a small arate dining room. Kitchen has It has 3 bedrooms, ample room for eating space. Full room and huge living basement has 2 bedrooms. Largd fireplace and hardwood utility room. Lots of storage to both stores and space. Lovely yard with lots ot ,500 with $650 down. shrubs and flowers. Outdoor patio, fireplace. Newly painted in anu Out. This buy includes two extra lots. i eXCellent home today. r.  3 bedrooms, cheerful i a most convenient kit, iY Will appreciate the im- eondition of 1:his ple'asing t -ell as the|0w, low price '$7,800. There is also a ent and a well groomed YOU OWNTOWN-- perfect spot for the wanting an ea.sy to ame. With in easy walk- to all downtown con- home also has a carpeted living and electric heat @nd a tchen. This 2 bedroom be yours for only '$B,- THE ENVY OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD Located on ML. View, 3 bed- rooms. All plastered. Electric heat. Sidewalks all around the house. Attached garage all finished for a recreation room. Carpeted living SELECT L i| ..N-r VALUE-- }tkiing home is just II !( YOung and has 3 bed- " tg", e extra large), 2 baths, , Kitchen and a most de- :ZIily room with a =fire- ::|%;'e you wi. find a cov- ll 0 Carport and a garage. :.t 2 lots in a suburban !ln[ s is an excellent val- ,, mOO +4 YOUR .Y fine f'eatures includ t+'+ICe, parthi, basement, 3 d]liylHe.asant kitchen and a ,.JllPic View. Priced at + ;+ Wldn't o }i+ y u like "to +see NEXT lewly painted 2 bed- With basement, $50 !11., t "-uean, 2 bedroom  home tU: kitchen-dinette, at- % e and fenced .Y'aPd. h t" rnished I bedroom  neat, clean and close nnonth. HOME 00REAL ESTATE [:1. 6-6582 ANYTI m E llroad Ave. @ C; LTON !i s CALL .?: H I MLIE---426.65Ol T" . ........... ? i SHELTON,=.MASDN COUN.+ JOURNAL-- Published in Oh+:simasimn, U.3.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 19 l ' l l I I It ii I ............. !l ....................................................... By Fraitees Cattb LILLI,VAUP - Exhibited al the Colonial House }in Shelton Oct. 30. the occasion being the fall convention of the Peninsula District of the Washington State Liiliwaup Women Have Exhibits At Club Event Homecoming, Halloween ActMties Spark Belfair Area Lask Week ! Legal Publications or'I,'I(IAL N ()'El(! I': 111 s'r I{ICT VII STATE OE WASHINGTON DEPABT- 5'IENT ()N AGRICULTUI{E, Olyutpla Pursuanl lu Cho, I)tel" 15.4,t. Revised Code of V'astlington. I Jot Dwycr, Di- rector [)f Agriculture of the Slate of "vVashington, ller(by give not:c,' that a public nweiing will be beld at 1:30 p.m. Monday. November 25, 1963 at the Mason (ounty P.U.D. No. 3 Audi- toi'ium 303 CoLa, Shelton, VCashington, for ill(' l)urpos(' of nonllnating can- didates (or tile appointm(mi to the V, rashington q_tale Dairy Products Conl- lUissi011 [l'Onl District VII fiolnprising (if tile coulttios of Clallanl. Jefferson, Federation of W'omen-s Clubs, was a 20x24 inch composition entit- led, "Beach Pick-up", the work of Mrs. Virginia Allison of Tri- ton Head. Kitsap, G "xys l-larbor,, l,fason and Thurston. All}' dairyotan who resides Carrying out the title tilele and ir the district "and has. within sixty set in grout on a framed plywood (lab's prior h+ the meeting, produced n]ilk or ,:]',rm upon which the Corn- base were" items found on Puget nlission asscsslnollt tlas been paid, is Sound area shores over a period entitled to participate and nominate cand :dates. JOE DWYER Director Signed at Olyn_])ia. Washington October 18, 19"6"3 11/714-21 at NO. 3497 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IIN PROBATE) tn the Matter of lbc Estate STAN- LEY J. SUSHAK. Jr.. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tile undersigned. athryn J. Sushak, has been appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of tile estate of Stanley J Sushak. Jr.. deceased: and that all persons having claims against tim said deceased or the said estate of several summers, the articles ranging from' seaweed to sea hors- es. They included colorful pebbles, shells, bits of driftwood, sand dol- lars, star fish, barnacles, etc. The starting point of Mrs. Alli: son's picture was a section of rust- MINIATURE ESTATE A Hood Canal home of except- ional beauty and value. This pro- perry provides more than a home. 80' of waterfront with dock, boat house and launching ramp. The grounds are magnificently mare- are hereIy required to serve the same, cured and bordered by hedges The duly verified with the necessary you- owner has spent a great deal ot chers #ttaehed Ul)On the undersigned Administratrix or bcr attorney of rcc- time and money to create this ord at the law office of B. Franklin unique property. The lovely rustic Heuston, Angle Building, Shelton, home has fireplace wall in the very Wasbington. and file such claims to- attractive living room. separate formal dining room, kitch,en has refrigerator freezer and double ov- en range. There is an extra kitch- in the full basement and room for everything plus walVto-wall car- pet everywhere. 2 baths, each bed- room exceptionally nice, Many, many other luxuries you must see to appreciate. Ideal for execu- tives. Priced conservatively at $33,000, ---A. ROY DUNN "ANOTHER DANDY On Hood Canal. 50 feet on beach side of road exceptionally well bulkheaded and landscaped. This modern 2 bedroom home features built in range, oven and dishwash- er. 'It's nearly new and neat as a pin. The location here is terrific gcther with proof of service with the Clerk of *he above entitled Court within six (6) months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: 31 October 1963. or all claims not so presented and filed wilt be forever barred. IkTHRYN J SUSHAK. Administratrix of the Estate of Stanley J. Sushak, Jr. Dec'd. Address : Shclton. Washington B. FRANKLIN USTON, Attorney for said Estate, Angle Bldg., Shelton, Wash. 10/3111/7-14-214t RESOLUTION ORDERING CLOSURE OF OP]+]N RANGE AREA WHEREAS. on the 5th day of Aug- ust, 1963. hearing was held before the Board of lIason County Commission- ers. Shelton, Washington, pursuant to petition and after legal ntiee and publication being gven concerning certain territory as a stock restricted area in Mason CoUnty, Washington; and WHEREAS, said Board after hearing on the South shore just minutes the said petition on the merits and fully considering the same. and also from Union and Alderbrook Inn. bearing all Gpp0siion to the said pc- The price is $18,500. Be sure to tit:on, or any part thereof, appointed see all the attractions that mean a committee to study the merits of stock restriction and thereafter the better living for you. meeting was adjourned unfit Septem- ber 30. 1963. and again adjourned un- til October 14. 1963. and the Board be- ing fully advised in the premises, now therefore. BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED that certain terrkory in the Matlock- Cloquallum vicinity be and is hereby declared as stock restricted areas and livestock of all kinds shall be pro- bib:ted frmn running at large within the territory described as follows: All of: Twp. 19N. R6W. W.M.: Twp. 20 N. R6W., W.M.. except Sec. 8. 17 and I8: Twp. i]lN. R6W.. W.M.. except that portion of Olympic National For- est. All of: Twp. 19N. RbW.. W.M.. That portion of: Twp. 20N. R5W. W.I{.. including Sections 5.6.7 8.17. 16, 19.20. 29. 30. 31 and 32. That portion of: Twp. 2IN. R,b-W. W.M.. including Sections 19, 20. 21. 28, 29. 30. 3]. 2. and 33. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED lbat said closure will l)e- come effective on the 1st day of Jan- uary, 1965. and notice of this Resolu- tion shall be given by the Clerk of the Board as required by law. DONE THIS 14th day of October, ] 963. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County. Washington. MARTJN AUSETH HARRY ELMLUND Attest : C. Nolan Mason. Clerk of the Board. ,pproved as to form: Byron E. ;McClanaimn. Prosecuting Attorney 10/24-3111/7-144t room and dining room. Fireplace. Bath and a half. Many more fea- HOOD GANAL tures to be seen. $17,000. EXTRAORDINARY AND BUILT West Side FOR A HAPPY FAMILY 2 bedroom home overlooking canal, This trim and neat home has 3 14 acres with creek and 148 ft. large bedrooms. Lots of linen beach $18,500 terms. Union 4 bedroom, 2 fireplaces, beach and dock privileges $22,500. In Hoodsport One bed'room off the beach, heau. tifully landscaped, 2 creeks, large garage and shop space $14,000. 150 ft. of beach, 2 older homes, need some repairs - $15,000. Triton :Head For rent 2 bedroom partly fur- nished $75. 2 bedroom unfurnished $45. A, ROY DUNN ..... LOST LAKE LOT 55 ft. frontage. Owner will trade for auto or trailer, full price m $2,500. Low down and easy terms also available. -A. ROY DUNN 3 BEDROOMS - WILL TRADE Do you have a large trailer or a nice waterfront lot. if so, ano you want to move to town the owner of this nice older home wm talk turkey. There is a full base- ment. fireplace, new kitchen, din- ing room. laundry room and extra large seetuded lot with fmfit trees and garage. If you don't have a trade don't worry - will sell on contract terms. $8350.00. .......... A. ROY DUNN ...... RENTALS 2 bedrooms, unfutaished, down- town location. $35.00 per month, 2 bedrooms, fireplace, garage, close to schools, $50.00 per montlL 1 bedroom cottage, very nice. Waterfront site. $50.00 a month. .... A. ROY DUNN- MT. VIEW 3 bedrooms, living room, nice sized kitchen, electric heat. Gooa lot in top area. $9,950. GI. FHA or conventional terms available. Call Mr. Voss. ..... A. ROY DUNN-- -- ANGLESIDE 3 bedrool;S, 1'/ baths, fireplace. Hardwood floors, nice kitchen ano utility, electric heat, 2 csr garage, workshop and storage, extra gooa location and very neat. $15.500. Immediate possession. ----A, ROY DUNN SOUTHSIDE Split entry, 3 bedrooms, 21/2 baths, dining room, lovely kitchen with built in appliances, family room, patio; 2 car garage, every- thing deluxe in the ultra modern style. FHA terms at $19,950. See this one soon, A. ROY DU'NN R E, LTO R -EVes Call: Mary Voss .................... 426-B074 A. Roy Dunn ............... 426-4601 PHONE 426=6365 126 Railroad closets. Tiled and easy to care for bathroom. Living room designeo with wall space. King size utility room. Sunny and bright 'kitchen with dining area, lots of cup- boards. Garbage disposal and all the extras, Located on. Mr. View for $14,250. Lot 90 x 100. TILLICUM BEACH RESORT Two cabins left. Also bqilding lots. Come in now and get i'ea(iy for next summer. $1000 down will buy you a summer place. FOR RENT $_255 bedroom furnished apartment. per month. ANGLE HENGY Real Estate -- Insurance HERB -- Phone 426-8272 -- DICK SUE DAN I ELS DONALD (Bean).DANIELS 426.3434 ed ratchet picked np at Ediz call the business session to order Hook. resembling a human mask, l at 7 p.m. into whose "eye sockets" were set History "repeats itself" in these matching agates. Representing a eohmms. Your correspondent ae- craft, rather than an art, this cidently picked up a clipping from exhibit attracted considerable at- her old news COlumn. dated Oct. tent:on because of its originality and as a skill anyone interested could develop into a hobby. Another exhibit from the Lilli- waup area was Mrs. Frank Rob- inson's book (ff verse entitled. "Libbie's Ad Libs", published last year as a Christmas gift from her daughter. Mrs. H. A. Shaffer. The attractive booklel, printed in brown on turquoise, has a sketch of the author's former home on the shores of the little Lilliwaup bay and a frontispiece reproduc- tion of a photograph of the author at age 85, with her signature, "Elizabeth Frahklin Robinson". MEMBERS OF'ItE HOOD Ca- al VV6man's Club chose this time to honor Mrs. Robinson. not only for her published book of verse. but the work ana writing which she had done for the club through her many years of membership. She wrote the lyrics for the club song and verses fOr numerous spe- cial occasions. Since, she was un- able to be present at the district convention, a gift from the club was sent to her at her home in Lilliwaup. Mrs. Robinson, who for several years has made her home in Tacoma, s ow occupying an Apartment in te beach home of her daughter, Mrs. John L. Catto. Lilliwaup area women attending the convention DCluded Mrs. Vir-. ginia Allison, rs, Erna Martin. Mrs. Frances Noake, Mrs. Evva Jcnsen. Mrs. I. E. Schoenberger and Mrs. Evelyr Nicholson. A 6 P.M. POJLUCK dinner for members andffrends will precede the next bus:sos meeting of the Lilliwaup Corrunity Club to be held Nov. 8 in te community hall. Following tie meeting pinochle will be playeq starting a new ser- ies of five cat parties to be spon- sored by the lub. Hostesses-br--the evemng wal be Mrs. Ce(I Gilbert and Mrs. Pat Kaare. Tie Public is invited. President ck Leimback will LaB/00ON/ERE Reai Estate OLYMPIA'ISOUTH "BAY IDEAL SUURBAN HOME New Eniand hand-peggea hardwood fbrs; with tradition- al stout-bened ceilings. Spa- cious livinroom and dining room w/maive brick fireplace. 2 large bedoms. Garden spot; Tract 150' X75'. Owner works in Shelton. riced to sell under appraisal at[3.500. Easy terms arranged 3 BEDROOS DOWNTOWN 14' x 24' ring roots w/fine big fireplac full sized ru' included. Fuace. Large bright kitchen load w/whiLe steel cabinets. ".sher & Dryer. Shower. $7,0. Terms arrang- ed for you. 3 BEDRO0 MT. VIEW Grade schl 1 block. Super- sized living :corn hardwood floors and dbes. New furnace w/hea,t to ch room: part basement. Sdes, elec. refrig- erator and rge included. Gar- age attacheilus garage-shop. A wonderfubuy for $6,600. FHA $500 d,n includes costs. 100' HOOD (NAL w/TL Magnificeea-gravel beach on North Sh opposite Twan- oh. Sizeable)g cabin. Enjoy maximum su.ine. $12,250. full price. Termrranged. 73 ACRES.SCK RANCH 2 miles Wof New Correc- tion Center. miles Shelton. Creek w/wet rights. Half- mile of 3" p Large 7 room ranch home :h fireplace. 3o acres plowed;ew barn 36' x 70' and pavePart time beet ranchers shd investigate FHA loan. ed at $22.500. Approx. $5,00ill handle deal. Call John Yereux to LIST your property. We have 1 BrUYERS. CALL6-4666 LaBimiere A G E C Y REAL ESTATINSURANCE 119 So. 4th ---nelton, Wash. -Eves: John Deeux 426:8544 NOW IS T4tE 00IGHT Tit! Waterfront for recreation or investment will never be cheaper! * 1700' of salwaterfront. prime for sub, ion. Less than $30 a footcellent Ar- cadia Road Ices, terms, of course. ;k 165' of low-b frontage, nearly 5 acre.'f heavily timbered land,-divide or hold. $8,000. O 300' of sandy, ocean-like beach, 1500' of wooded depth. Tremendous view, 10 minutes from town, terms. 65' no-bank lot, ready for building, beautiful setting on quiet bay, 4 miles east ot Shelton 9 ACREAGE, TOO More than 100 acres of * 160 acres ofnas tree- close-in view acreage all gear- land - best natuh-ee-grow- ed to divide into large tracts, ing area in the nty. $125 V[ust see to know profit poten- per acre, Terms nged. tial. 0000TERFRONT 00ALT HOOD CANAL REAL ESTATE HOODSPORT Phone 877-5211 or 877-5575 Evening D;ck olling a{7/Rileoad Marden Stroud 426-8162 426.8277 Anytime 4200 31. 1947. which had a paragraph beginning, "'Li]liwaup residents and their visitors have been busy With deer hunting ths season", a state- ment which applies to Lilliwaup 16 years later. The paragraph went on to tell ff bucks bagged by Ragnvald and John Aaro. Bob Moffett and others, so it ntay be of interest this fall to begin with the deer. his very first, shot by John Aaro's grandson, Thirteen-year-old Joim Aaro, hunting m company with Billy Fields. got his small deer on the hill above the old Lilliwaup river ranch, shooting hint right m the eye. Felds. by the way, lived in Lilliwaup as a small child and came back last year with his wife to live in one of John Aaro's co- (ages. He is employed by the Northwest Evergreen Co. In 1947 our column told of the John Robinsons of Tacoma coming to Lilliwaup for the hunting, stay- h.g at the hone el John's par- ents. Mr. and Ms. Frank Robin- son. They are still spending the weekends here hunting, but have their own cabin on little Lilliwaup creek. Mrs. Robinson, the "ardent hunter" of that day, is now ac- companied by their daughter, Eliz- abeth, also an ardent hunter, yet to bag her first deer, Mrs Joellen Clark, another wo- man hunter, was successful in get- ting her deer in the Hamma Ham- ma area Allie Robinson and Dave Col- lins. hunters who wouldn't dream of missing a season, have solved the problem of keeping their non- hunting wives happy while they hunt. Madge Robinson and Ira Collins found it a delightful vaca- tion for them when they aecom- panied their husbands to the Ther- mopolis, Wyoming hunter's para- dise. Joe and Berta McKicl of Hoods- port, driving a pickup, took the trip, also. The group stayed about 38 miles out of Thermopolis at the Pennoyer farm where the pro- prietor outfits and supplies utdes and jeeps for hunting in the reg- ion, While the men iaunted--sue- cessfully bagging each a deer and an antelope--the women had a good time and included excursions to local points of interest. They were 6.000 feet above sea level and were amazed to find petrified clam and mussel shells at that height. They found much to in- terest "rock hounds" and warm. pleasant weather for their activi- ties. The group had their evenin diimers together. They arrived hoie last week after 11 days o real enjoyment for all, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Burg aztd daughter, Nelda of North Lake. arrived Friday to visit Mr. Burg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Vance. Mr. Burg hunted over the weekend and they went home Sunday with a. deer for his efforts. Other lucky hunters we.re Bill McKasson and Harvey Robbins. who returned home each with a deer, after hunting in the Ven- atchee area. Paul and Mildred Gerkcnsmeyer of the Lilliwaup Motel report see- ing quite a few ecr. mostly bucks. being taken out of the north canal vicinity. WITH A RUN of silvers, fisher- men, too, have been fortunate. One of them, Jack Johnston of Indian 'Beach. has caught several nice fish during the past week. Two good-sized silvers were caught Sunday morning by Barney Zahl, a newcomer to Lilliwaup, and his guest from Tacoma, Raiph Baldasare. Mr. and Mrs. Zahl of 'l"acomh have leased the home of the Pat MeGradys, who left re- cently to return to their New York apartment for the winter. The Zahls are ah-eady enthusiastic about living on Hood Canal while Mr. Zahl works on the heating sys- tem of the new Correction Cen- ter near Shelton. Their daughter is a student at Stadium i-ligh School in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Vance went to Tacoma Tuesday to see their son. John Burg, at the Tacoma General Hospital, where he recent- ly underwent a third operation because of a back injury. They stayed overnight at their son's home, and reported upon their're- turn that he is convalescing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Evans had the pleasure of a visit from for- mer Seattle neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Green. now of Oswego, Ore. The Greens lived next door to the Evans family during World War II when Mr. 'Green was a U.S. Navy officer, on duty in Se- attle. They came to Holiday Beach Thursday and left Friday, com- pleting their vacation with this By BeUy Criss BELFAIR--Lasi weekend turn- ed out to be a very busy, excit- ing one for Belfair. North Ma- son's Homecoming provided a var- iety of activities for the Junior- Senior age and the annual VF'V Halloween Carnival entertained the younger set. The bonfire and caravan on Fri- day night brought out an en- thusiastic crowd of students, tea- chers and parents. North Mason's win over Forks 6-0 on Saturday afternoon tin'ned loyal fans into excited, delirious ones who left the parking h)t honking their horns throughout Belfair. Vicki Amacher rigned as Queen, with Tom McKay as King, of Homecoming over the dance Saturday night in the high school gym. That same nigit ghosts and goblins invaded the grade school gym for the VFXVCarnivaL, Prizes for' costumes went to John and Kari Burrell. James Van Horn and Jeannette Stark in the pre-sehool through kindergarten group. Joe rcrdall, Pare Wheeler and Greg'Bishop took top three in the first and second grade group. San- dy Shearer. Vicki Howard and Ben and Kain VanHorn won in the 3rd to 5th grade group. Sanda John- son, Eileen Sande and Bucky Sen- nett were winners in the sixth to eighth grade age. Top three in the'contest'for bst decorated booths went to Moth- er's Auxiliary,, to Boy Scouts No. 513, Belfair Bees and third to the Rhododendrdn Garlen Club. Judg: es were Mrs. Alice Fenton. and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sherar, all of Breerton. OKANOGAN COUNTY proved to be a happy hunting ground for John Matson and "son J'fidk. and Charles Kovack and son Jim. They returned with a deer apiece. While the men were away the wiyes did some traveling, too. MrS. atson went to Oak'Harbor to visit with her daughter Bonnie and husband. Jim Burts and son Craig, then back dowu to Seattle to see t?:er other daughter, Shirley and her husband, John Phillips, as well as With Mrs. Aaro's three daugh- Lers and their families living there. it took two trips to Seattle last week for Mr. and Mrs, Aaro to vis- it, all of them. While there they took a trip across the new second Lake Washington bridge, Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. See- va were Mr. and Mrs, Linn Alger, old friends front Tacoma. Mr. Matson's atlnt who also re- sides in Seattle. Mrs Kovack visiled in Setd'le at the same time with her dmgh- ter, Diana and husband tc.d Dawn and son Steven Junior-Senior parents and tea- ehers are busy with plans for the Student Fund Dinner Io be held at the grade school Nov. 9. The din- ner will feature turkey and ham and committees are lining up do- nations of salads, pies and other items on the menu. Posters are up all over Belfair and tickets are being sold by students throughout the emhmmtity. Prices are $1.25 for adults, 75 cents for students in the Junior-Senior high school and 50 cents for all younger child- ren. NORTi | MASON elementary school PTA meets tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the Belfair grade school. Theme for the evening to be-- 'qVhat's New In The Schoolhouse". New methods of mathematics will be demonstrated and materials displayed. Reading, testing and grouping, books for individualized reading and library facilities will be exllained. There will be sections in other subjects also and the group will have a chance:to visit'all depart- ments. Senior Girl Seonts will be available for baby sittitlg that niglt at the grade school. Final plans for+the PTA bazaar, Nov. 16 ,itl be discussed. The bazaar will feature a rummage sale. with bake0.g0ods, specialty-candies and gift items also offered for sale. MT. VIEW All:mine Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m+ Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m. Evetiing Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Weds) 7:30 p.m. Robert S. Wick, Pastor Foursquare Church 910 East Dearborn Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning %Vorship .... 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 tfn RRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cots Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education Broadcast over SUNDAY. NOV. 10 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "My RespqnsibilitY 3"o God" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m. "THE DEVIL IN CHURCH" (ILLUSTRATED) Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bibre Study and Prayer for the family HERB ROTTER & ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE BROKER 125 feet saltwater frontage with tidelands. Approximately 200 feet deep. Excellent buy at $75 per front foot, easy terms. 5 Bedrooms Fireplace, Utility Room, Covered Patio. 10 Acres mostly cleared, several hundred feet of creek frontage. Double garage with large work shop adjoining. Price $17,600. Terms. Excellent 2 Bedroom home on Angles:de0 Fireplace, Dinette, automatic Hot Water heat. Large corner lot. Full price $10,500.00. You can buy this on easy terms. Four blocks 'from downtown on the northside. 4 Bedroom house, one acre, spring water, double garage and work shop full price $9,500,00. Terms, 250 Ft. of Waterfront, 9 acres drilled well, orchard. This farm house needs some repair. Price $14,000.00. A well designed, modern 6 room home, 3 bedrooms, fire- 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. 400 Feet of Hood Canal waterfront on the south shore ap- proximately 9 acres. Full price $28,500.00, Down payment $5,000:00 easy payments' on contract. WALTER-GEORGE, Associale Broker BUSIN+F-S & WATERFRONT.PROPERTIES Hogtie Pho'n'e 426-3530 Office Phone 426-6642 KHAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. FISHERMEN'S CLUB " eta ,, ;:iiiiOii: : i:iTii:': StiELT0N ASS'ELY oF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younghmd, pastor Sunday School-For All Ages ................................................ 9:45 A.M. Morhing Worship .................................................................... 11:00 A.M. Christ's Ambaadors (Youth) .................................... 6:00 P.M. Evangelistic Service ................. .................................. 7:00 P.M. Wednesday-Bible Study and Prayer ................................... 7:00 P.M. 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 Worsltip The Church:'[s always ;open for meditation and prayer i FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street 8:15:and 11:00 Morning Worship Service 9:30 Sunday SchOol and+-Adult Bible Class CARL J. CARLSEN, PASTOR Affiliated with American Lutheran Church i i 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, visited a daughter there. Legal Publications NO, 3452 NOTICE OF IIEARIN( FINAL REPORT AaND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION 1N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TItE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of lhe Es/aie of 5ENNIE L. GRUNERT. Deceased. Anthony F. Grun(Tt and Clarence H. Gruncrt. Executors of said Estate. have filcd with aid Court their final reporl and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute tbe property to the ltersous thereto entitled and to dischargc said Executors. Said rcporI and petition will be heard on the 6th day of Dec- ember. 1963. at 10 a.m in the Court- room of said Court. in the County Courthouse at Shelton, Wishington. DATED TttlS 30th day of October. 1963, LXIYP M. WAQENER Clerk o] the'Superior Court :-by .Teckla Vermillion. , ::Deputy Clerk, Robert L. Snydei. Attorney a.t Law 125V2 N 5th Shelton. Washington 11/7-14-21 3i r i , ii FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton ble.School ..... .9:5 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p.m, rsmp ............ 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 nl North 4th and Pine Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services enjoyable rmninescing visit. THE .METHODIST OHURGH MRS. STAlt R HIT1E, 'with her sister, Mrs, Ernest Campbell of Shelton, returned Tuesday from a pleasure-packed trip by car to California. Travelling with them as 9:45 a.m. Church School for all ages - 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowsihp far as Crescent City was Mrs. Anna Joimson of Potlatch, who ..... RRST , SCIENTIST 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash, Sunday School 11:00 a.m. --- Church 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 8 p.m. Reading room located in church, Reading room hours 2 to 4 p.m. lon, & Fri. -Wed. eveuing 6:45 to 7:45. n - , ..... i