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November 21, 1963 Publications NO. ,448 OF I[EAIING FINAL REPORT COURT OF THE F WASHINGTON FOR of lhe Estate of HALSELL, Deceased. &apos;oily given that CURTIS as co-executor Of the eorge E. Halsell has filed of the Clerk of said R,'Imct and petition asking the Court tO )ort. distribute the pro- persons thereto entitled [large said CO-OXeCUtOF '. Report and petition will tile 6th day of Decemher. A.M. at the Courthouse ton. at which lime my person interested in appear and file ob- and contest tile sanle. 5th day of Novenlber. WAGENER of Mason County Co-Executor Building ington 11/7-14-21 3t 3t97 CREDITORS COURT OF THE WASHINGTON FOR /IN PROBATE ] of the Estate STAN- Jr.. Deceased. HEREBY GIVEN that Iathryn J. Suslmk. and has qualified of the estate of Jr., deceased: and having claims against or the said estate quired to serve the same. the necessary vou- .d upon the undersigned or her attorney of rec- law office of B. lranklin Building, Shelton, and file sucb claims to- of service with tlle above entitled Com't nlonths after tim date Publication of this notice. 1963. or all claims and flied will be J. SUSI-La_ K, of the Estate of J, Sushak Jr,, Dec'd. Washington HEUSTON, said Estate. Shelton. Wash. 11/7-14-21 4t NO. 3487 TO Cll EDITOI%S COURT OF TIIE WASHINGTON FOR (IN PROBATE) otter of tile estate of E. MEDLICOTT, De- E HEREBY "GIVEN flint 'JLed has been appointed i fled as the Executrix of f KATHERINE E. MED* eased: that all persons against said deceased required to serve the "erified. on the under- or her attorney address below stated same with the Clerk of together with proof within six nmnths of first publication or the sanle will be Estate Office Address: Court house ion -11/14-21-28 EState CANAL orth Shore bedroom, marine nd boat house, 150 ft. of like new. $35,000. uth Shore basement, creel<, mnoramic view of Ca- $11,750. port homes, fireplaces, View, both for $27,000 - - new three bed- landscaped, large plus business $18,500. Head beach. 2 bedroom $75. unfurnished $45. CANAL ESTATE HOODSPORT one 877-5211 or Evenings Publications SUMMONS RY I'UBLICATION NO. 8530 IN THE SUPERIOB, 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 FORD, his wife. if living, and if de- ceased, tile unknown heirs 0f L H. Ford and Julie Ford: ELIZABETH BAUMGARDNER. and all other per- sons or parties tlnknowu claiming anY rigllt, title, estate, lien or interest in tile real estate described in the Conlplaint herein. Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO L. H. FORD and JULIE FORD. his wife. if livtng and if deceased, the un- known heirs of L. tl. Ford and Julic Ford. and all other persons or parties unknown claindng anj" right, title, estate, lien or interest in tile real cstate described in tile complaint herc- in. Defendants : You, and each of you, are hereby sunmloned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publi- cation of this snnunons, to wit. witlnn sixty I60) days after the 24th day el October. 1963, and defend the above entitled action in tbe Superior Court aforesaid ann answer the comldaint of the plaintiff and serve a cop), of yore' 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 you according to the demands of the conlpFalnt 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 f David Shel- ton First Addition to Shelton as recorded in Volmne 1 of Plats, %, SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "CTlristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Wash{ngton Legal Publications NOTICE OF SALE OP VALIJAIgI, E MATERIAL ON STATE LAND STATE OF WASHINGTON. D:EPART- MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Bert L. Cole. CommisM,mer o[ Puillie Lands Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 26ih day el" November 1963, o)lnnlencing at ten o'clock in the fore- noml of said day, at the Sllelton. Dist- rict Headquarters. located at Sbelton County of Mason. State of Washington. by the District Adnlinistrator of said District. the timber on the following desei'ibed :state land will be sold at public auc;ion to the highest bidder, to-wit : Application No. 28836 Fosens Lake No, 2 located approxi- mately 25 miles north of Shelton. The sale i conlposed el all tinlber within alarked sale area bonndary and prol)- erty lines on part Lot 5, part N! SWat, SWl SWll, Section 4. Town- ship 23 North Range 3 West V.M., coniaining" 115 acres.  more or less. coin- prising approxbnately 245.000 bd. ft. of Dongl-ls fir: 15.000 bd. ft. of hemlock; and 10.000 bd. ft. of white time, or a total of 270,000 bd ft. Minimunl acceptable bid: $5.047.50. Tinlber "viii be sold Oil a cash or ill- staltment plan basis, Timber must be removed prior to December 31. 1964. On or before Novembcr 26. 1963. at 10:00 a.m.. each bidder must make a minimmn deposit of $504.75 phls a $5.00 bill of ,ale fee, or a total of $509.75 in tile form of eash. nloney or- der or certified chock. Said deposit shall constitute an opening hid at tile appraised price. Upon award of this sale. tile respective deposits shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. Tile purchaser must pay the I,alance between tile bid deposit and the full bid pric.e on the day of sale, or ]]lay, if the purchaser so elects at the time of sale, pay an additional anlount, to bring the total amount of the de- page 2. against tim claim of the defendants posit, exclusive of fees to equal 25% of tile full bid price based on the cruise and any one of them. estimate, provided that such deposit ' GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Plaintiff. Office & Post Office Address: Glenn E. Correa Bell Building 121 South Fonrth Street Shelton, Washington 10/24-31 11/7-14-21-28 6t NOTICE OF SALE OF STAT] LANDs STATE OF WASHINGTON. DEPART- MENT OF NATUAL RESOURCES, Bert L. Cole, Commissioner of Public Lands NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Tuesday, the 26th day of Novem- hen I963, commencing at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the County Court House in the city of Shelton, county of Mason,, State of Washington, by the County Auditor of said county, the following de- scribed State lands, together wnh the impro.vements situated thereon, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit: Note--No one except citizens of the nited States, or persons who have declared their intention to become sucll, can Purchase state lands, Appllcalton No. 28315 A strip of land 60 feet wide. being 30 feet on each ide of the center line of State Road known as tile Obmlpie Highway as surveyed over and across Lots 10, 11 and 12. of Block 6 of Litli- waup Falls Plat in Section 30 Town- ship 23 North, Range 3 %Vest, .M., as granted in a deed to the State of Wash- ingn from Lester 3. Munson and Harold E. Munson. July 15, 1914. The above described property is ap- praised at $100.00. This sale is intended to convey only that title obtained by the State of Washington through deed recorded in the office of the Mason County Audi- tor, in Volume 29, Page 56, Book of Deeds. Raw land located at Lilliwaup, Terms of sale: Cash, No deposit required prior to bidding. Any sale which has been offered, and for which no bids are received shall not be re-offered until it has been readvertised. 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 the lours of ten o'cl)ek a.m. and four o'clock p.m. Said lands will be sold  for not less than the appraised value above stated and upon the terms and conditions fol- lowing: Not less than one-tenth of the pur- chase, llrtce must be paid at-the time" of 'sale. The purchaser, if he be not the owner of the improvements, must forthwith pay to the officer making the sale the full amount of the appraised value of the improvements, as above stated. One-tenth of tile purchase price must be paid annually thereafter with interest on all deferred payments at tile rate of six per eentum pet" annmn: Provided, That any purchaser may make full payment of principal inter- est and statutory fees at an" tiros and obtain deed The r - Pu chaser of land containing timber or other val- uable materials is prohiI)ited by law from cutting or removing any suet fimher or materials without first ob- taining consent of the Commissioner of Public Lands, until the full amount of the purchase price has been paid and deed issued, All sales of state lands are made sub. ject to the reservations of oils, gasses, coal, ores, tinerals and fossils of every name. kind and description, and to the additional terms and conditions pres- cribed in section 3 of chapter 256 of the Laws of I907. Said land will be sold subject to the terms, conditions and resem.ations of chapter 312 of the Session Laws of 1927, relating to easements for rights- of-way and the carrying, of timber, stone, minerals and other t)roductss ov- er the same. BERT L. COLE. Commissioner of Public Lands 10/31 1I/7-14-21 4t Courage is, on all.hands, consid- ered as an essentiaI of high char- acter. --James Anthony Froude Preferred Properties by Railroad Ave. Waterfront Realty Call 426-8277 DELIGHT! large 3 bedroom Island Lake home. 80' of choice termsL old Mt. View rambler. Take over mortgage and save costs. Close to school. old and available within 10 days. 3 bedroom room, double garage. $600 down. WAYS! 20 acre tract will make a beautiful home location atinually increasing in value. Just out the Cole Road IDE BEAUTY! 4-bedroom home; extra large living room; fire- recreation room. Immediate possession With WANTED! us what you have to trade on this sparkling new home appointments. 200' of finest pebble beach; sweep- den; and full daylight basement!! Shown only. ellent, top qualify, 3 bedroom home; fireplace; refer- Immediate possession. shall not be less than $2,000.00. This balance may be paid by personal check. Purchaser must also furnish, within 30 days of date of sale. a surety bond of $1,090.00 to guarantee compliance with all terms of the bill of-sale. All cheeks, money orders, etc. are to be made payable to the Commissioner of Public Lands. Accessibility: Via public and Depart- ment of Natm'al Resom'ces roads. Complete contract and specifications may be examined at Shelton District Headquarters, County Auditor's office, and office of Cvmmissioner of Public Lands, Olympia. To be sold at Shelton District Head- quarters, on Tuesday, November 26, 1963, at 10 o'clock a,m. Application No. 28951 Waketickeh No. 1 located approxi- mately 25 miles north of Shelton. Th sale is composed of all timber within marked sale area boundary and prop- erty lines on part of SE4 NEi art NE1,4 SEI, I, Section 21,' NW' 1 A SW1.. Section 22, all in Town.ilip 27t North, Range 3 West, W.M., contain- ing 255 acres, nlore er less, compris- ing approximately 440,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir (second gi'owth) ; 80,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir (o/Ld growth): and 100.000 bd. ft. of hemlock, or a total of 620.000 bd. ft. lV/inimum acceptable bid: $14,360.00, Thnber will be sold on a cash or instalhnent plan basis. Tinlt)er nmst be removed prior to December 31, 1964. On or before November 26, 1963, at 10:00 a,m.. each bidder must nmke a minimum deposit of $1,436.00 .plus a $5.00 bill of sale fee. or a total of Legal Publications NO'rl('E (IV SAl, lq ()P VAIA'AILI'] MATEIHAL ON TA'rE LAND STATE ()l" WASHINGTON. DEPART- MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. I(q'l L. ((IhL tJOlllnllsSiOll('l Of P/lblIC Lands. Noliee ia bert, by given tlult m Tues- day, tlle 171h day of December. 1})63, ('4)nlllllqlcInN l:tl [on W('hlck ill tile fore- noon (11 said day, at the Port Orchard. District lteadqllarters, located al Port Orchard (?+lunty of Kilsap. State of Washington. by the ]')istrict Admin- istrator ()f said District. Ihe timber on the folh)wing described state land will be sold at llublic auction to lhe hig'hest 1)idde to-wit: Applieatioa No. 29199 Lone Duck Pond h,caied al)l)roximat- ely 22 miles west ol Belfair. Tile sale iS contposed Of 111 Hlarkcd lilnber (Ill El/ E SW',. S5 SE'., of Section 4; NI5 N\\;V, NEL,. NE NE NVCLi of Seciiml 9. all in Township 22 North. Bantu, 3 West W.M.. containing ]50 fl('res, lllOr(, OF leSS conlprlsillg aioprox- bnalely 280,000 bd. ft. of Douglas fir. Minimum acceptable bid: $4,620.00. Timt)er will be sold on a cash or in- stalttllent phln basis Tilnber nlust be removed prior to Jlule 30. 196,L On or before December 17. 1963. at [0:00 a.ln., each bidder lnust nlake a mininnml dellosit of $t62.00 plus a $5.00 bill el sale fec. *)r a total of $467.00 ill the fornl of cash, nloney order or certified check. Said deposit shall con- stitute an opening bid m the ap- praised price. Upon award of tiffs sale. ttte respective deposits sllall be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The purchaser InUSt pay the Ilahulce hetwecn [Ie bid deposit and the full bid price on the day of sale. or may, if the purchaser SO elects at the time of sale, pay an additional anlount, 1o bring the 1oral amount of the deposit, exclusive of fees. to equal 25% of the full bid price based on the cruise esti- mate, prorided that snch deposit shall not be less than $2.000.00. This bal- ance nlay be paid by t)ersonal check. Purchaser must also furnish, within 30 days of date of sfle, a surety bond of $f,000.00 to ua,'an[eo conlp]iance with all terms of tie bill of sale. All checks, nloney orders, etc., are to be made payable to the Conlulissb)ner of Public Lands. Accessibility: Via pnb[ic road, C()mplete contract and specifications may l)e examined at Port Orchard Dis- trici Headquarters, County Auditor's office, and office of Commissioner of Public Lands. Olyml)ia. To be s)ld at Port Orchard District Headquarters, on Tuesday, Decenlber 17. 1963. at 10 Celock a.m. Any sale which has been offered and for which no bids are received shall not he re-offered until it has been readvertised. If all sales cannot be offered  within, tbe specified time on the advertised date, the sale shall continue (,n the following day hetwecn the hours of ton o'clock a.m. and fonr o'clock p.m. Said tinlber on said ]and wilt be sold for not less than the appraised vahlc, as appraised by the Commission- el' of Public Lsnds ill tile lnanner pro- vided by law. a notice of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of Mason County, and District Admini- stralor of said district. Terms of sale are: cash or install- nlent I)lan basis. BERT L. OLE Commissioner of Public Lands 11/21-28 12/5-12 4t NO. 3452 NOTICE OF ItEARING FINAL REPORT AND PI,YrITION FOR DIS'rBIBITION Gensus To Seek Employment Facts Census Bureau interviewers will visit a sample of local families during the week of Nov. 18 lo col- leer up-to-date facts on employ- ment and unenlplovnlent, it was announced today by Director Guy E, RaJnboth of the Census Gm'eau regional office at Seatt!e. The Census Bureau gathers facts each mon.:h in its Current Popu- lation Snrvey in 357 selected areas throughout the country. The in- formttion obtained about the cur- rent employment sitnation is used in compiling national figures whmh are published by the Bureau of Legal Publications N(}TICE OF (ROINI) %VATER I{IGIIT AI)'ILI('ATIt)N NO. 68!10 STATE OF rASHIN(ITON. OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR ()F WATER RE- SOURCES. Olympia TAKE NOTICE: That ARTHUR h. ABEL., lqT AL of Tacollla. Vas}lilleton on Sept(Fober 30. 1963. fih,d application for permit to withdraw public ground walors lhrollgll a w,-I1 situated within N/,, of Government Lot 6 (NNE!SE.) of Section 8, T,)wnship 21 N.. Range 1 W.W.M.. in Mason County, in lhe anlount of 400 gallons eel' Illillllt(', sUb- ject lo cxisIiog righls t'(Hltinuously for Rro/Ip dtaneslic SOl)ply and during ir- IiKat ion SC}lSon. oa(,b year for the [)urp)se of Grollt) donlcstic snpply and il'riKation Any objections lnUSt he acconlpl n- led i/y a tWn dollar $2.00) recording 1o6 and l'il,'d with the State Supcrvls,w ,,f Wah.r Resources within thirty (30) days from November 28. 1963, Witness nly hand and official seal this 4th day of October. 1963. 5{. G. WALKER State Supel'vistlr of "Water t.esources. 11/21-28 2t CALL l:Olt BIDS Bids will be received in the Office of the County COnllnissioners. Sheiton, Washington. un/il 2:00 P.M.. Monday, Deceulbcr 9 I963. for furnishinl2- gas(}- lint,, automotive diesel in,sting fuels and other petroleulll ])rodncts Its nlay be required 113" the C, mnty and City of Shelton. also includin all School. Fire or Port Districts who desire to avail thelnselves of 1]w benefit of this entract, during the calcnd,'lr yvmr 1964. S!aec.ific'tions. instructions to bid- ders and bid forms may be obtained ill the Office of |11(' County EnL']neel-, Bids nlusl be subnlittcd on the fornl tlrovided Additional information will bale lie bearing on bid awards. Tile County reserves tile riaht 1) make awards as nlay be detqlled ll) f)e in the best inlerests el the County, or to reject any or all bids. DATED at Shelton Washington this 12th day of Novenlber. 1963. Board of Connty Conunissioners of 5Insert Co:unty. rashinglon. By C. NOLAN MASON Clerk of tile! Th)ard. 11/21-28 2t Ghristian Science Services Are Set "Soul and Body' will be tic subject of the Bible Lesson to be read al services Sunday h the Shelton Virst Church of Christ. The Scriptural readings include a vrse Trom Psalms 27:141: "'Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wat. I say, ou the Lord." The following passage will I)e read from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key 1o the Scriphn'cs" by Mary Baker Eddy: "'Tle divine Mind, which forms the bud and-blossom. will care for the human body, even as it clothes the lily; but let no mortal interfere with God's gov- ernment by thrusting in 1he taws of crring, human concepts" Ip. 62). Labor Statistics. U.S Department of Labor. Figures from the Sep- tember 1963 survey showed a total of 69.5 million Americans eln- ployed-46 million men and 23.5 million women. Those unemployed numbered 3.5 nitlion----1.9 million men and 1,6 million women. Censns Bureau interviewers who will call on households in tilts area in November include Mrs. Polly A. Swayze, Shelton. Immortal courage fills the hu- man breast and lights the living way of LiPe. - Mary Baker Eddy . 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 tfn MT. VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m Morning %orship .... 11:00 a.m A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p,m. Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m Robert S. Wick, Pastor FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Street PAGE 19 FIRST BAPTIST CHgRCH Rev. E. C, Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cola Rev. Alfred Sandoval. Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, NOV. 24 9:30 a.m, Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "PILGRIMS and PAGANS" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m. "THINGS WE FORGET" YOUTH NIGHT Morning Worship Broadcast over KHAS 1280 - 1t:00 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m,--Bible Study and Prayer for the family SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younghmd, pastor Sunday School-For A[I Ages ................................................ 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship ..................................................................... 11:00 A.M. Christ's Ambassadors (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 Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer ,,, , , , FIRST CHURGH OF CHRIST, 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 locaed in church. Reading room hours 2 to 4 p,m. Mbn. & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. r / THE ME00ODtST GHURGH North 4th and Pine 8treet 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 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. -- Evenings Call -- Marden Stroud .................... 4264000 Dick Belling ........................ 426-8162 $1,441.00 in tile form of cash, money order or certified check. Said deposit shalt constitute an opening bid at the appraised price. Upon award of this sale. the respective deposits shall be returned !o the nnsuccessful bidders, The purchaser must pay the balance between the bid deposit and the full bid price on the day of salt, or may, if the purchaser so elects at the time of sale, pay an additional amotmt to bring the total antdunt of the deposit, exclu- sive of fees. to equal 25; of the full bid price based on the cruise estimate. This balance nlay be paid by personal cheek. Purchaser must also fnrnish within 30 days of date of sale. a sm'ety bond of $2,000.00 to guarantee compli- ance with all terms of the bill of sale. All checks, money orders, etc. are to bc made payable to the Commissioner of Puhlic Lands. Accessibility: Via public road, Complete contract and specifications may be examined at Shelton District Headquarters. County Auditor's office, and office of Commissioner of Public Laads, Olympia. To be sold at She]ton District IIead- quarters, on Tuesday, November 26, 1963, at 10 o'clock a.m. An)" sale which has been offered, and for which no bid - ' ",s are received shall not be re-offered until it has been readvertised. If all sales cannot be of- fered .within the specified time on the aa.erused date. the sale shall continue on the following day betwee the hours of ten o'clock a,m, and four o'cIock p.m, Said timber on said land will be sold for not less than the apraised value, as appraised by the Comnlissioner of Public Lands in the manncr provided by law, a notice of which is now on file in the office of the Auditor of said county, and District Administra- tor of said district. Terms of sale are: cash or install- ment plan basis. E.ERT L. COLE Commissioner of Public Lands I0/31 11/7-14-21 4t NO. 3456 NOTICE OF REARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR I'- DISTRIBUTION N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE !OF WASHINGTON /OR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of VIV- IAN THOMAS MORGAN, Deceased,' Esther Morgan, Executrix of said Estate, haa filed with said Court her final report and petition for distribu- tion, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Executrix. Said report and petition will be heard on the 20th day, of December, 1963, at I0 a.m. in the Courtroom of said Court, i: the County Courthouse at Shelton, wasnington. DATED THIS 18th day of Novenlber, 1963. LAURA M. WAGENER Clrk of the Superior Com't by Teckla Vermillion. Deputy Clerk. ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney s,t Lsw 125 North 5th Sheiton, Washington. 11/21-28 12/5 3t CALL FOR ]lIDS Sealed Bids will be received at the Office of the Mason County Cmmnis- stoners until 3:00 P.M., Monday, Dec- ember 9, 1963, for furnishing tires, tubes, recapping and service for the calendar year 1964 to Mason County and other Taxing Districts who desire to make use of any of these services. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the nce of the County Engineer at the ourmouse, Shelton Washington. The County reserves the right to reject any or all bios or to accept the bid deeme(l most advantageous to the County. DATED at Shelton. rashington this 12th day of November, 1963. Board of County Con/nlissioners of Mason County, Washington By C. NOLAN MASON Clerk of the Board. I1/21-28 2t CALL FOR BIDs Sealed proposals .will be received at the office of the uhy Clerk-Treasm. Cty Hall, helton, Washington until 11:00 A.M. on Monday, November 25, 1963, t whictl tinle the: will be Opened and read sloua oy the City CleriC- Treasurer. for: I Furnishing one 1964 tlree-quarter ton chassis-cab with utility type body. II Furnishing one 1964 four door sedan. Specifications and proposal f ...... ma be obtained at le office of the CRy Clerk-Treasurer. ulty Hal! She1 ton. Washington. Thai City resin,yes the right Co reject any or all bids " C' 01 SI:INLTON Alma E. Catto Clerk-Treasurer 11/14-21 2t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of JENNIE L, GR[rNERT. Deceased. Anthony F. Grun(.rt and Clarence H. Grunert. Executors of said Estate. have filed with said Court their final .............................................................................. report and petition for distribution, asking tile Court to settle said report, distribnte the property [o tile persolls thereto ,'uTltled all(] L'o disc.barge said Executors. Said report and petition will be ileard on the 6th day of Dec- ember. 1963. at 10 a.m ill the Court- rOOlll of said Court in fhc County Courthollse at Shelton. X]'as}lington, DATED THIS 30th day of October. 1963. LAURA M. %VAGENER Clerk of the Superior Court by Teckla Vermillion. DeI)uty Clerk. Robert L. Snyder Attorney al Law 125V N. 5th Shelton Wasllington 11/7-14-2I 31 OFFICIAl. iOTICE DISTRICT VII STATE OF WASHINGTON. DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE, Olympia Pursuant to Chapter 15.44. Revised Code of Washington, I, Joe Dwyer, Di- rector of Agrieultm.e of the State of Washington, hereby give notice that a public meeting will be held at 1:30 p,m. Monday, November 25. 1963 at Llle Mason County P.U.D. No. 3 Audi- torium, 303 Cota. Shelton, Washington, for the purpose of nominating can- didates for the appointment to the Washington State Dairy Products Cmn- missiou from District' VII conlprising of the counties of ClalIam. Jefferson, Kitsap, Grays Harbor, Mason and Thurston. Any dairyman who resides in the district and has, within sixty days prior to the meeting, produced nlilk or crea'm upon which the Com- lnission assesslnent has been paid, is entitled to participate and nominate rand idates. 5OE DWYER Director Signed at Olympia, Washington October 18, 1'8 11/7 14-21 3t CALL FOR BIDS Sealed Bids will be received at the Office of the Mason County Commis- sioners until 2:00 p.nL. Monday, Dec- ember 2, 1963, for fmnishing Mason County wifffwo (2) 1964 Model fern'- door Sedans. The County contemplates trading in two ('2) 1961 Rambler four-door Sedans in their existing condition, except for radio and 'mlergeney equipment, trans- fer of whicb will be included in the specifications, which are available at the Mason County Sheriff's Office at the Cour.thouse at Shelton, Washington, and dcll%er on ', " or before January 7, 1964. Payment of net billing for said units will be made from the 1964 Budget and can be released on January 23, 1964. The County reserves the right to re- ject any or all Bids or to accept the Bid deemed most ' a(tvantageous to file County. DATED at Shelton, Washington, this 12th day of November. 1.963. Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington, By C. NOLAN MASON Auditor & Clerk of the Board 11/21 It NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO AMEND GROUND WATER PERMIT NO. 5764 STATE OF WASHINGTON OFFICE OF THE STATE SUPERVISOR OF THE DIVISION OF WATER RE- SouRCES, Olympia TAKE NOTICE: That the Depart- merit of Institutions, State of Wash- ington._. Olympia, Washington, filed appncauon on NOvember 4. 1963 to change the place of witlldrawal of 350 gallons per minute, 560 acre-feet per year; of waters fronl a well as granted in ground.water Permit No,. 57R4. That said Permit pz:ovi(ies"'{(;r the place of withdrawal being located withiu the NE{SWU, Section 9, T. 20 N.. R. 4 W.W.)& That they desire to change the place of witlldrawal to a point situated in the SWUNW!I of eetion 9, T. 20 N., R. 4 W.W.M,, in Mason County, Wash- ington. Any objecthms to the proposed amendment nlust be acconlpanied by a two dollar ($2,00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days fronl November 21, 1963. Witness my hand and offici.d seal Ibis 4th day of November, .1963. M. G, WALI(ER Supervisor Divi'ien of Water Res6urces 11/14-21 2t Confidence and courage develop in an individual the desire to cre- ate, pioneer anti overcome chal- lenges and problems. -- Ed V. Rickenbacker 9 0slm y chop1 ndAdut ib c ss Affiliated with American Lutheran Church HEIlHEN'S CLU6 !ii? i!:;::?B: !r i  d ;;:i .i. :5:,.. cEL-- [ WEDNESDAY, N000, 27 -- 8 P,M. Sponsored by the Mason County Ministerial Ass'n. FEATURING REV. ROBT. WICK, pastor Mt. View AHiance Church BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR In The BAPTIST CHURCH The Public is Cordially Invited NORTHSlDE BAPTIST WELCONES YOU A New Church Growing With Shelton Temporary Meeting Place  13th & East E. St. E. A. Ormsbee, pastor YOU'VE GOT TO I -00TELL /// / 'EM/ t WHAT'S NEW? WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR. SALE? WHY SHOULD POTEHTIAL BUYERS DO BUSINESS WiTH YOU? , ,, r , , The only way for everyone to know about your business is for YOU to tell the story. If you want your prospects to know.., if you want to give your business special meaning., excitement., interest., it means taking ad- vantage of every opportunity to tell people what you can do for them. ADVERTISING IS THE ANSWER IN THE