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Pioneer School - ----- ............. --- ........ .......... Legal Publications Legal Publications Legal Publications aren eac: er Ings and ContractDocumentsmaybe a.m., Monday, Iqovember 22, NOTICE OF HEARING examined at the following offices: 1971. All interested persons may PETITION TO SET ASIDE 1. Lea, Pearson & Richards, appear at said Hearing to be held PROPERTY IN LIEU By CARMEN YATES Gym in Shelton. The three hour As of the end of October, Architects, 240 Stadium Way, for the purpose of hearing the OF HOMESTEAD PIONEER Original planssale was quite successful, but Principal, Dick Mariotti stated the Tacoma, Washington Engineer's report on said County NO. 4122 called for the parent-teachersince they still had quite a bit of school has its reading program in 2 . Associated General Roads. SU PER I OR COURT OF conterences t() be held Nov. material left-over the gym was full swing. All the children are Contractors, Tacoma, Washington DATED this 2nd day of WASHINGTON FOR MASON 3. Associated General November, 1971. COUNTY. 22-24. This was so it would available the next day and on grouped according to their Contractors, Seattle, Washington Board of County IN THE MATTER OF THE coincide witth these of the Saturday it was continued until reading levels rather than by 4. Associated Subcontractors, Commissioners of Mason ESTATE OF ELMER V. Shelton District. However, the their stock was pretty well grade. This is for reading classes Tacoma, Washington County, Washington LUNDIN, Deceased. Shelton conferences are now set depleted, only. Through Federal Funding, a Washington5' P I a n B u re a u, Seattle, AuditorRUth E. &Bysen thatNOTICERETHA ISRAyHEREBYLuNDIN,GIVENthe for Nov. 18 and 19. So in order to The school board held its teacher aid along with several 6. Olympic Plan Center, Olympia Clerk of the Board surviving spouse of the above alleviate tile bus problems which regular November meeting parent volunteers have been Washington 11/11-18-2t deceased, has filed in the office of would arise for the secondary Tuesday of last week with the incorporated into the program. 7. Administration Offices, ---- the Clerk of said Court her students ii the conferences are at two new board members, Reid This enables the school to reduce WashingtonSheltn Schools, Shelton, asidePetitin'certainaSingpropertytheCourtin lieut of Seta different dates, Pioneer moved its Mitchell and (;aria Meacham being class sizes to 15 students per Bonafide prime bidders may NOTICE OF SURFACE homestead; and that said petition schedule ahead to parallel those sworn in and taking over their teacher in grades 1-3 and 20 obtain one set of drawings and WATER RIGHT will be heard on the lOth day of specifications at the Architect'sAPPLICATION NO. 23261 December, 1971, at 9:30 a.m., at otthe Shelton 309 district, first meeting, lna Auseth was students per teacheringrades4-6,office upon deposit of $50.00. STATE OF WASHINGTON the court room of the Probate They will be the same dates named chairman with Reid Sub-bidders and suppliers may DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, Judge of said Court in Shelton, except that Pioneer will begin one Mitchell named as vice chairman. : : obtain sets or parts of sets, and OLYMPIA. Washington. day earlier and the secondary The Citizens Advisory Board =-----------------------------------*--- prime bidders additional sets, by TAKE NOTICE: Dated this 16th day of paying the cost of reproduction.That ROBERT J. EIGNER of November, 1971. students had to find their own met one week late due to the fact Legal Publications Deposit will be refunded provided Belfair, Washington on July 27, kodga Fields transportation home Wednesday that a special board meeting was only. Students will be dismissedheld on their regular night with"~----------"------"--'--------------- a bid is submitted and the 1971 filed application for permit Clerk of said Court documents are returned in good to divert the public waters of Bishop & Cunningham at 1:15 p.m. for the three days of the other non-high districts SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION condition, unnamed spring or unnamed Attorneys for Estate the conferences, invited as special guests to discuss No. 10912 E a c h b i d m u s t b e stream tributary of Union River,3421 Kitsap Way, Suite E Parents are encouraged to the bond issue for the new IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF accompanied by a certified check, in the amount of 0.01 cubic footBremerton, Wash. 98310 take advantage of this Shelton High School buildings. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON cashier's check or bid bond, with per second, subject to existing 11/18-1t IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF State licensed surety company asrights, continuously each year for surety, in an amount not less than the purpose of domestic supply i ' | opportunity to meet each child'sSince the vice president of thisMASON. 5% of the basic bid, plus additive that the approximate point of j Lowrey teacher. The interest that the organization Carla Meacham was LINDA MARIE FILBERT, I parents show has a direct elected as a new school board Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD A. alternates, if any, made payable diversion is located within I I FILBERT Defendant. to Shelton School District No.SWI/4NEI/4NWI/4 of Section 29, ORGANS influence on the school member, she was no longer able THE STA'TE OF WASHINGTON 309. Township 23 N., Range 1 to be a member of the Citizens to the said RICHARD A. Successful bidder wilt be VV.W.M., in Mason County. I & PIANOS I atmosphere. Thanks to the volunteer helpAdvisory Board or to be an FILBERT DEFENDANT: required to file a Public Works Any objections must be of a number of interested mothers officer. Bob Ireland was YOU' ARE HEREBY Bond, as stated in the accompanied by a two dollarIi RENT OR BUY ON ii SUMMONED to appear within specifications, with surety ($2.00) recording fee and filed the library program is really nominated in her place and by sixty (60) days after the firstacceptable to the Owner. with the Department of Ecology I EASY TERMS I coming along great. The help of unaminous vote of those present publication of this notice, to wit,The right is reserved to reject within thirty (30) days from thse mthers has been a real elected t beeme the new vice within 60 days after the 14th day any r all bids and t waive November 18' 1971 I rSl I boon to the program, president, of October, 1971, and answer the informalities. No bidder may Witness my handand official State Patrol The P.T.O. held a short serviceCmplaint f the plaintiff and" withdraw his bid after the timeof copy of your answer set for opening thereof, unless seal this 24th day f September'11971. /l|U: 3OX I Last ~l ll~rsda~l Trooper t.xl llewitt met with the business meeting Monday evening upon the undersigned attorney award of contract is delayed for a Glen H. Fiedler I I Pioneer School Bns Drivers for a of this week. it was held at 7:30 for plaintiff at her office below period exceeding thirty days. Department of Ecology I 205 Cota 426-4302 I safety meeting. Following thisp.m. at the school, stated; and in case of your failure Louis R. Grinnell 11/11-18-2t so to do, judgment will be Secretary of the Board meeting he made a complete rendered against you according to By Order Of: round Of the school speaking in each classroom and really made a tremendous impression on the youngsters. The h)llowing is a list of responsibilities of each parent to their children, offered by Terr] Barstad, Reading Teacher. (1) if your child talks baby talk, help him to speak correctly. (2) Teach your youngster to accept responsibdities. (3) If your child is handicapped in any way, please inform his leacher. (4) After school starts it is of utmost importance that your child be in bed by a reasonable hour to ()blain eighl hours or more of undisturbed sleep on every school night. (5)The first twelve weeks of school are of the greatest importance to your child, lie should not miss any of these first days it at all possible. And last, thedemands of thecomplaint Shelton School District No. 309 1,500,000 AMERICANS Mason County, Washington ARE CURED OF CANCER 11/18-25-12/2-3t AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY which is filed with the Clerk of this court. The object of this action is to obtain a Decree of Divorce and to have the defendant, RICHARD A. FILBERT, adjudged unfit to have the custody of the minor children of the parties. DONE this 12th day of October, 1971. Linda Marie Filbert Plaintiff Trena Belsito Worthington Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Post office address: 205 Thurston Savinqs & Loan Bldg., Olympia, Washington 10/14-21-28-11/4-11-18-6t NOTICE OF HEARING vNEONTICE ItSHEREBo~ GI : That he Board County Commissioners did, on November, 1, 1971, direct the Clerk to prepare a Resolution declaring their intention to establish "all and ONLY those roads dedicated to the public in the Plat of Grenadiere Park" as County Roads, all located in Mason County, Washington. FURTHER, said Resolution did declare the establishment of such roads as a Public necessity Legal Publications Board to ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS thereon. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Directors, Shelton School District No. 309 at Evergreen Elementary School, Library, 8th and Pine Streets, Shelton, Washington, until 4:00 p.m., Thursday, December 9, and did direct the Clerk of the set public Hearing NOTICE OF SURFACE WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 23311 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY, OLYMPIA. 1971, for the construction of a but not least, this note; students TAKE NOTICE: who do best in school are those That EMMETT C. SMITH for Grandstand, Track & Field to be .......... GLADYS WILDLY of Snelron located at the new Shelton High l wnose parem will take the ,dtl~ to w--,-;--g*---- ---* '~ .... , ,~ ~o-~' School site on the Shelton Springs sit down with them at least d5~"~ applicafiOn for permit to Road, Shelton, Washington. minutes each school cvt:ning and divert the public waters of Separate bids for the General, listen to them reatdr or be unnamed springs, in the amount Mechanical and Electrical work are required. Bids presented after the time fixed for opening cannot be considered. Bids will be opened publicly at the above stated time and place, and read aloud. Bidders and others interested are invited to be present. Drawings and specifications, including Bidding Requirements Call Us About i ~7~/~--~ OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, INC of 0.08 cubic foot per second, available Io ofler any help a subject to existing rights, youngster might need, whether it continuously each year for the be with actual work or just plain purpose of domestic supply that moralsupport the approximate point of diversion is located within SV2 of Bud Lyon of the Thurston Section 9, Township 20 N., Range County Federal Savings and Loan 2 W. W. M., in Mason County. Association presenled his program Any objections must be to the stall Wednesday of last accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed week. It is planned to start a with the Department of Ecology banking program for the children within thirty (30) days from in the very near future. More onNovember 18, 1971. Witness my hand and official this later as it develops, seal this 1st day of November, The 4-11 Livestock held a 1971. moonlight rummage sale last R. Jerry Bollen Friday evening at the old Lincoln Department of Ecology 11/11-18 FURTHER, said Resolution did instruct the County Engineer to report on said road establishment and request the Prosecuting Attorney to review and give approval to the steps therein ordered. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN: That said Hearing will be held at the office of the County Commissioners at the Courthouse in Shelton, Washinqton. at 10:45 Works like a truck, But make no mistake... The No. 1 dealer stands rides like a car. itls your No. 1 worker, behind the No. 1 truck. Even the most jealous wife Ford's F-100 is all truck! Its Your Ford Dealer goes all won't begrudge you this power choices range from a out to satisfy his truck cus- sweetheart: Its carlike ride rugged 240 Six to a big 390 turners. With factory-trained wa exclusive Twin-I-Beam V-8. Its pickup box is all- service experts...the latest front suspension. Its Flex-O- welded. It has leaf-type rear factory tools ..... a big stock Marie rear suspension thatsprings like the big trucks of factoryreplacementparts. helps keep the ride level, use. And it's the only pickup So it's easy to see why your She'll probably go for the with radius rods to hold Ford Dealer is the No. 1 man big, carlike cab, herself! front-end alignment to see for the No. t truck! NOBODY BEATS YOUR NORTHWEST FORD TEAM 2804 OLYMPIC HWY. N. SHELTON, WASHINGTON Page 16 - Sbzlton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 18, 1971 .. CAN BE YOURSELF In The .. CAN EARN HIGH PAY In The PLUS: * Military Benefits * Travel * Exciting Jobs Contact: Sgt. Lucious Teague, Sr. U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION Federal Office Building 8th & Capitol Way, Rm. 314 Olympia, Wa. 98501 Phone: 943-7451 TODAY'S ARMY WANTS TO JOIN YOU .... :::::i::::iE::.i::i:i:::::i:+!i!ii!:K:;;;;i.;;:i/:f7 br fun, beauty This is the time of year when earlier sunsets seem to nibble away the best part of the day. You can extend the day with outdoor lighting.., lighting to let you work or play longer outdoors. Outdoor lighting will also discourage prowlers or burglars. Crime authori- ties agree that darkness spawns crime. Even placing all-weather flood- lights or brighter lights in existing fixtures will help. Outdoor lighting also makes your home more attractive, so light-up now. and proteot~oN It I Edwin Taylor, President Harold W. Parker, Vice President Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Samples, Manager Democrats Have New precinct committee- collectors items to,be women Mrs. Victor Bramer of along with a thrift Shelton Precinct l l and Mrs.bar. Eldon Harper of Belfair PrecinctAn individual or Two, and new committeeman A. who wants to reserve R. Rodewald of Lake Precinct the bargain barn ca were introduced at the meeting of 4264940 or 426-8872 the Mason County Democrat information. . Central Committee last Thursday. It was announced tl~ Chairman Jim Tobey presided Congressional District ~ at the meeting, will be at 3:30 p,m. No~ the Monticello Hotel in Plans were completed for the~h a jefferson-Jae~n bargain barn scheduled for the " Lincoln Gym Dec. 3 and 4. Plans .tuner to follow. are for all types of arts, crafts and [Foursquare I -'" [ Church I/[ FIRSTcHuRcHBAPTIS1 / 910 East Dearborn I / 5th and Cota Shelto~ / LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor I | Downtown / Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. II NOVEMBER 21,1971 / Morning Worship.. 11:00 a.m. I / / C. Y.'s & Cadets . . . 6:00 p.m. I ARLIN M. / Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. I/ DR. Mt. View / New pastor Alliance Church I 9.30: ~.~...a.m.Morn,ng sun'daY sehwrs Sunday School .. 9:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m ...... : ... Evel Gospel Hour Morning Worship . . 11:00 a.m./ Wednesday Bible st0dY A.Y.F .......... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service . . 7:00 p.m. I 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:00 p.m. / * The Morning tlorshl.~.~I EARL EVERS, Pastor [ live over KMAS 1280 K , G and United Methodist Church King Streets REV. WILLIAM ANDR Morning Service: 10:30 a.m. Church School begins at 9:15 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY t.onnection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting ............................. Sunday School ................................. Sacrament Meeting ......................... FIRST CHRISTIAN CHI Arcadia and Lake Boulevard ED CHAMBERL Bible School ......9:45 a.m. Family Service .... Worship .........I 1:00 a.m. Weonesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 P'~" Child Care Service Available at 11:00 First Church of Christ, Scientist i:;' 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m -- Church 11:00 a.rm Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 P.rnb, Reading room located in church. Reading room hOU," 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. St David's Episcopal Church Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington The 8:00 a.m. -- Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. -- Family Service Church is always open for meditation and prayer. 206 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHUR ," MISSOUR I SYNOD E. Wyandotte ROLAND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1971 Divine Service 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Faith Lutheran Chu 7th and Franklin WORSHIP 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, seWl Kenneth Robinson, Pastor phone Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd & Cota From 9:1S a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday / i SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED of SHELTON CHURCH the N, Located in Memorial Hall, 2na and Frankl Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone Sunday School .......................... Morning Worship ........................ Junior Fellowship ....................... Evening Service .......................... P~ayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. THE FRIENDLY CHURCH SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF 1521 Monroe St. Mason Sunday School ............................. il: Morning Worship "Spiritual Certainties". ....... 5: Christ's Ambassadors ......................... 6: Evangelistic Service "Healing For The Whole Man" " 7: Wednesday, Family Night ..................... REVlvALTIME jSunday, KGDN ............