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!:::: December 5,196 'i  SffELTON--MAS0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "O/Irtstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington , . PAGE 19 OROD I::arlu:.,Mall,-, karlu i nUW OUUR00 am Foursq.are Church I!1 M..V,00W |'0TICE TO ('RFDITOR,R MATERIAL ON STATE LAND --. -_. '_" I -  = ....... 910 East Dearoorn I I Allisll ll-rh ']OR COURT OF THE STATE OF VASHTINGTON, DEPA - ? "   .L ...... =, 1[  [i| ' ' 'qO-N- 'OR fENT OIe N.%TURAL RESOI'RCES. ' I aa r a mLmm mlnrrv l[Ir ]I ii|| Sunday School ............ 9:4o a.m. JJ Washington and J Sts. 0:p':(Ti  -- ev't L. Co,e, ts,mlmissioner of Puerto J =iiq (iNJlliila' IlFdlll,ll][ nlV li Morninff Worship 11"00 a m i ii ,,.aov .ohanl  d_ tm Lne Mallet of tile Estate of Lanus. I _ _ . / -- "" - " ...... I 1 '-T a ....... : .................... R. CARLSON, Deeeased. Noti/:e is hereby giv.n that on Tues- V TAd l[l:lillllll i q= I! // c.Y.'s & Cadets ........ 6:00 p.m. I ]| Mornmg Worsinp .... 11:00 a.m. rINthatICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that day, the 171h day of December, 1963, I # ....... " IntaWgttt /A ldlll'lMI 1;%toning ...i. 7.an nm Ill A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m. uoinied e, munencing at ten o'clock in the iore- "4 . . . Innll.ll r:.ll nu ==nun ....... o ................ "--'l 11 .,,-,- ,., 7,nn ;,,,, : qlla'l'i "' dll (1 a,t'tlt .dvni} {tx ..... toI noon of .aid ..... (lay at tile Port Or hard, A lure that is goes for castmg =..v.v. iv m..,.. Bible Study (Wed.) ..... 7"00 pm. ,I  ....... s  .................. ') ..... m Ta'00 O,str,,t H, ad.uartc,s located at Port I ..... ..... *......,, .... , ...................... II Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7.30 t, /:kllns Orch'lrd County of Kitual) St'lie of ..ay ,. v ........................ "l' rose teenagers WhO nave not t.ew,s . wysong paaor / / n.a..+ wv .... ef'-i:e-_ ;V'lungton bv the i3itrict kdnun- /t will have httle or no bmlt-m ............. /R fen J J ..... e,'eas. :,,',' " " -" - ", '.'. ' "" ' " " -, / - Deen aL)lO 1o Ill'tO onotlgll Doolz. ........ Y'\\;'er'i- sivat,,, of stud Dstr,ct. thf" tvmb,[ actmn and must be gwen actmn ........ JJ "'in]strator o]1 the hmowing (lose,Joe(1 state lantt 1. -',-, ,,,, rphio "inob,do r.,t" on 'tntolllobilo racing in IAle 1113- u u.u...t., will be sold at public auction to tile .Y ,, .... "- --"' ............... ' [!itIll.'ney of record at the ad- o_w stated and file the same Ihighest bidder, to-wit: Ctcrk of the said court, to- Application No. 29199 I' h proof of such service with- I Lone Duck Pond located approximat- "l  months t fie, tile date of first [)],t!on of this notice or the same! ely 22 nfiles west of Belfah'. The sale .bli6di.red" is composed of all nmrked timher on 0I-jL-  E% E% SWL, SV_, SEli of Section 4: first publieaton: November NU, NW% NE, NE% NE!i NWl.k of Section 9. all in Tov,'nship 22 North. [iLVIN R. CARLSON l.ange 3 Vcst. Vr.I.. containing 150 t)E. CORREA acres, more or less. comprising approx- le!" for Estate imately 280.000 hd. ft. of Douglas fir. aPll.ll]ldihg , Mininmm ,eceptahle bid: $4,620.00. Timber will he sold on a cash (h' in- dnl' ., 11/28 12/5-12 3t stalhnent plan basis. Timber nmst bc ..... removed prior to June 30, 1964. ed'.: NO. .0; each hidder must make a ,iGII0TICE 3'O CREI)ITORS 10:00On era..,before December 17, 1963, at "ll SUPERIOR COURT OF THE mininnml deposit of $462.00 plus a $5,00 rlr_g OF WASHINGTON FOR bill of sale fee, or a total of $467.00 ".N' COUNT" IN PROBATE in tile fornl of cash. money order or lIl .Matter of the Estate of certified check. Said deposit shall con- ,IR L. TAYLOR, Deceased. stitute an opening bid at the ap- :i;E IS HEREBY GIVEN that praised price Upon award of this IK).ersigned has been appointed sale, tim respective deposits shall be . L "s qualified as the Executor returned to the unsuccessful bidders. ,,Etate of Chester L. Taylor The purchaser must pay the halance between t'he bid deposit and the full t't;., that all persons 'having bid price on the day of sale. or may,. ][against said deceased are here- if the purchaser so elects at the time ]12ired to serve the same. duly of sale pay an additional amount, to _, on tlle undersigned Executor lbattornev of record at the ad- bring the total amount of the deposit. .low st'ated and file the same exclusive of fees, to equal 25% of the full bid price based on the cruise esti- L Lm, e. Clerk of the said court, to- mate. provided that such depmsit shall I .]['W|tll "proof of such service not be less than $2.000.00. This bal- ]xx monfhs after the date of anee may be paid hy. l)ersonal cheek. ation of this notice or the Purchaser must also furnish, within |MII bc harred. 30 days of date of sale, a surety bond By Jaequelhm Engnlali IL! I first l)uhlication: November of '$1.000.00 to guarantee compliance ALLYN -- Twanoh Grange will with all terms of tile bill of sale. All meet tonight at the Belfair Fire bLYN TAYLOR checks, money orders, etc.,, are to be S' i ecutor--w made payable to the Conmtis,ioner of Hall. All members are urged to "]g. COrrt& Public Land. attend.  Y'f0r" Estate Accessibility: %'is public road. Mr. and Mrs. Jinx Dahl and t lilding . Complete e)ntract and specifications family spent last weekend with nmy be examined at Port Orchard Dis- ,.*Washington 11/28 12/5-12 3t triet Headquarters, County Auditor's his folks, Mr. and Mrs Henry t d 1$: i. fice. and office of Commissioner of Dalfl. The Jim Dahls live on Orcas Public 'Lands, Olympia, Island i #l ='-- To be sold at Port Orchard District #. ,Real Estate Headquarters. on Tuesday, December Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beeson it't 17, 1963. at 10 o'clock a.m were dinner gamsts at the home :(I ,': - .... " Any sale which has been offered, of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beeson for : '__ _ _ and for which no bids are recei,-ed Thanksgiving. shall not be re-offered until it has be offered within tile specified tinte tertained Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dahl on the advertised date, the sale shall continue on the following day between and family of Gig Harbor, Mr. and the hours of ten o'clock a.m. and Mrs. Noel Dalai and family of Real .- four o'clock p.m. Said timber on said land will be Edmonds and Mr. and Mrs. David sold for not less than the appraised Dahl of Seattle for Thanksgiving value, as appraised by the Conmfission- dinner. A lovely day was had by --/ Estate er of PIlbllc Lands in tile manner pro-all. Vided by law, a notice of which is now Mr. and Mrs. 5ewell Von Osten on file in lhe office of the Auditor of Mason County, and District Admini- attended an initiation dinner Sat- YOU'LL strator of said district, urday evening at the Elks Club i Terms of sale are: cash or install- in Bremerton. ment plan bask BERT L. COLE MIX and Mrs. Steve Boyce spent [t' ' Commissioner of Puhlic Lands a lovely Thanksgiving" day in Ta- @ rldCLIFF CHARMERI! 11/21-28 12/5-12 4t coma with friends. !S a sparkling home for the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements r home buyer. This ira- Social security is 28 years old spent Thanksgiving in Puyallup ate' home is loaded with ex- this year. Although it started out with their two daughters and fa- luding spacious rooms, hot as a retirement p'lan on August eat, fireplace, lovely shrubs 14, 1935, it nov,, includes survivor Legal Publications iq n attached garage. There is and disability protection and pro- NO 3456 [ af storage too, so why not vides monthly payments for more NOTICE OF HI';ARING ]FINAl, a call. than 18 million Americans. REI'ORT ANI) PETITION FOR DITRIRUTION t BE Real Estate N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE t STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR ' ........... IA SON COUNTY In the [atter of the Estate of VIV- T .NEW!'! EXGEPTIONAL IAN THOMAS IORGAN. Deceased. tff(jh 2 Esther Morgan, Executrix of said ,ruing Mt. View Rambler ........ Estate, has filed with said Court her er"fewh  . -years _young and has VALUES filial report and petition for (listl'il)tl- \\; re harm of a new home tion, asking tile Court to settle said report, distrihute 'the property to the are 3 bedrooms, 2 baths l)ersons thereto entitled and to dis- family room, separate din- ANGLESIDE--PLENTY OF charge said Executrix. Said report and petition will be heard on the '0o and a most convenient ELBOW ROOM 20th day of December. 1963. at I0 ' with built in appliances. This substantial home has 4 a.m. in the Courtroont of said Court, tli lying room has a beautiful large bedrooms. :Master bath has in the County Courthouse at Sbelton i fireplace. Outside you will double sinks--plenty of room for Washington. DATED THIS l$th day of Novenlher, !:trim yard and a large car- dressing; all tiled. Nice roomy 1963. tth handy storage area. Ev- hallways with lots of closets. LAURA M. VAGENER I 'g i n tip-top condition for Slate entrance. Formal living Clerk of the Sul)crior Court !d (} I)y Teckla Vermillion, room with fireplace. Dining room. Deputy Clerk. lel' ., Large kitchen with breakfast ROBERT L SNYDER 6LAD room. Half bath, all tiled. All tht AttorneY125% North=a ti"" on one floor. Full basement. Rec- aw t] Shelton, Washington. ,cation room with fireplace. Gar- 11/21-28 12/5 3t '| rE THIS ONE? age. Patio. King size yard, all , ,.U are a young family ana fenced. F.H.A. appraised $20,275. Real Estate t*a. 3 bedroom home for that What a buy! l;l:0|b-Udget you had beeter see .'hls sparkling home has J.UST PERFECT FOR LaBIS$ONIERE ltirlted inside ,and out and: COUPLEYOUNG OR OLD f[J.has carpeting in the living 2 bedrooms. L;ivirig room, Kit- ,:' The back yard is fenceo chen. Utility. Electric heat. Fences tteLe is a dandy carpor.t witl yard. Hillcrest location. $7200. ,31". stohge , ,oo00 .,oo Real Estate ,' terms can be arranged. VIEW-SECLUDED-A-MUST- 401vltu'| "  IIU TO-SEE ' FHA a Best waterfront buys are in VII This home has been . . . p- December. praised. Living room with fire- place. Separate dining room. 3 125' HOOD CANAL w/TL T0 OWN-- . bedrooms up. Large kitchen. Full Finest South Shore. Deep ,50 down will move you into basement with room for two more curved concrete bulkhead. Nice :i]k%-zY, 3 bedroom Hillcrest bedrooms."Two extra lots. Outdoor 3 bedrooms, plus extra. Spa- l,]!!!'has an extra large living patio. Landscaped yard. Call for cious living and dining rooms. t\\;lth fireplace and hardwootl an appointment tO see this one. Fireplace. C o m m u t i n g dis- t.ocated close to school and ' tance, West of Twanoh. Boat 'ofl",.fo.r:Only $6500. THE ENVY QF TH, E t shop, garage, 105' of land- ,ly .... ' NEIGHB)RHOOD - scaping, level. Must be sold in CHEGKED This beauty is located on Mt. December for max. tax benefit; View. 3 bedrooms. All plastered, estate wind-up. Priced $5,000. , Electric heat. Carpeted living under market for immediate fVenient room with !!a.ndme fireplace, sale. $5,650. down on Bank Separate dining room with slid- Terms. Call John Devereux. Ii large rumpus3 bedroOmroom allhmeon ing doors leading to outdoor pat- See it and make your offer. '0a I, This Angleside Ioation to. Attached garage all finishes 100' HOOD CANAL w/TL for roomy recreation room. Bath lk 't if you need lots ot :Magnificient " p e a-gr av e 1 _|LIVing room has a fiCeplace 'and .a half. Separate garage and y.m., large rumpus room opens worksh0P. Attractive yard air beach; North Shore; opposite ;l],lUded back yard. The full fenced. All this for $17,000. more.abve'DecemberLg houSeBuy46' atX 16'$12.200.plus (1:]' $11,200 and you can as- Terms arranged. Call Mr. Dev. -OR , HAPPY FAMILY ereux today. \\; ;;flll'. e existing loan. EXTRAORDINARY AND BUILT A This trim and neat home has 3 BEDROOMS DOWNTOWN ON 3 large bedrooms. Lots of linen Easy walk to everything. Lp closets: Tiled and ea'sy to care for Tinted plaster walls; fully in- '"YOWN " bathroom. Living room designe(l ,#i With wall space. King size utility sulated; minimum heat costs. "cellent 2 bedroom home room. Sunny and bright kitchen Includes living room rug; 2 i#i: close to all downtown with dining ara. Lots of cup- bedroom rugs, oil heater; drapes. 2 car garage; fenced ;$!'teaees. Very easy up keep boards. Garbage disposal. Local- garden; lawn. All for $6,750. :.' there is new siding, a ed on Mr. View for $14,250. Lot 't. 0f and electric heat. A 90 X 100." FHA $500. down includes all S]I" .lue for just $5,200. costs. d" : ONLY FOUR YEARS OLD ] THESE! V 2500 s(iutre in this large feet 3. BEDROOMS, 3 BIG LOTS Edge of town. Comfortable ' family home. 3 large bedrooms home with full basement. i with built in drawers and extra :[L U S-- large closets. Tiled bath. Form Built-in storages. Elec.-wood range; floor furnace. Laundry. 'ou nspect this immaculate liVing and dining room. Elegant Immediate possession with $600 ]r,%om  home, we "know yu fireplace. ourmet designed kitch- down. Full price $7,500. ':;i ee it is one of the best en with built in appliances. Break- /t,, own. Mom will eve the fast room plus large utility room. /.. itchen and we are sure Fun filled family room with ha!f BUSINESS IS GOOD; WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING TO !,'qJl...oappreciate the full base- bath. All this on one floor. EIee- PURCHASE YOUR PROPER- 'I garage and workshop, tt;ic heat. Full basement with rec- , much to see so why not reation room with fireplace. "Work- TY List ith us for action l|for an appointment Onl shop and garage. Outdoor patio, now. lIP  Wlth' " Y CALL US ON FARMS, ,K.. $800 down. Extra large lot. F.H.A, appraised ACREAGES :0000REAL ESTATE for$23,000. CALL 426-4666 ANGLE AGENOY Bissoniere i'! kLL 426-6592 ANYTIM E ..... La = ]allroad Ave.  Real Estate  Insurance !'.=,:LTON Phone 42,6-8272 A G E N C &?-s C A-  .ERB -su O AN,S -- O,C 1,19 So. 4th- Shelton, Ywash. ' REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Jffl HIMLIE---426-65it DONALD (Bean) DANIEL$ 1 Eves: John Devereux 426-8544  uRll" M AN N--426-3228 426-3454 n USE Z!!00COD TO SPEED. YOUR CHRISTMAS MAIL' Twanoh Grange To Meet Belfair Fire Hall At 8 p.m. Tonight flies. I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Baker and granddaughter Roxanne ' Beeson enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving dinner at the Tyee Grill in Bre- merton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stock en- joyed a lovely Thanksgiving day by having Mr. and Mrs. Vesley Stock and son. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Young and family and Eddy Stock home for a family dinner. MR..N'D MRS. REG Engman and children spent a lovely Thanksgiving day at the Joe Eng- man home in Poulsbo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch of North Shore and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hemphill and son of Bremer- ton were Thanksgiving guests at the Jewel Von Osten home A LOVELY Thanksgiving v,,as had at the Howard Wynn home. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Asplund and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mey- ers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Valley, Mrs. Leola Nobble and Mr. and Mrs. John Valley and family were their dinner guests. Anyone interested in the street lights and nmintenance may con- tact Bill Morgan for information. ELEMENTARY PTA is hold- ing a rummage sale Dec. 6 at the old Shelton Journal office in Shelton. Rmnmage is needed. Call Ada Venard, CR 5-3381, or Bob- bie Johnson CR 5-2372. The Birthday Club will be meet- ing Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Mrs. Lucille Rice's home in Shelton. This will be their Christmas par- ty. :Mr. and Mrs. Jewel V(m Osten spent Friday in Seattle shopping and admiring the Christmas dec- orations. M'r. and Mrs. Harold Cleveland and Mr.. and Mrs.-Elton Cleveland are down from Alaska. They plan to stay until spring. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell join- ed friends in Se:attle for Thanks- giving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett, Mr. and 'Mrs. Julie Stock of Grape- view and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lyons from Auburn spent Tha.nks- giving with Mr. and Mrs Clay Jones of Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Coleman and family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ince of Port Orchard. Bernice Watson is np for a couple months visiting with her mother and family. She plans to go back to California. Mr and Mrs. Donald Samel and son were dov,,n from Port Angeles to spend the Thanksgiving holi- day with their families. Mr. and :Mrs. Tons Van Slyke and daughter spent Thanksgiving with :Mrs. Van Slyke's folks, :Mr. and :Mrs Frank Jolley. Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Yoshihara, Mr. George Yoshihara of Vi'ctor and :Mrs. Nine Harris of Shelton were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Har- old Brown. MR. AND IIRS. FRED Lock- wood and grandson Gregg spent Timnksgiving with :Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wolfe and family in Ta- coma Mzs Leste z ".- "s Lockwood's daughter Along with Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Lockwood and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith both families of Seattle, ,and Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence Wolfe of Mammouth, Ore. Mr and Mrs .. LeRoy Dishon and family entertained 14 family gamsts for Thanksgiving dinner. :Mr and Mz s ". " . Harold Br wn, :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockwood, Mr. and :Mrs. LeRoy Dishon and Gregg Wolfe attended installation of of- ricers Nov. 29 at Shelton Valley. Those attending are officers of Twanoh Grange or Pomona. :Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dishon and family spent a lovely day in Seattle visiting with Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Lockv,,ood and daughters, Mrs. Dishon's brother. Weekend guests at the Fred Lockwoods were Anita Louise and Billy Wolfe, grandchildren of the Lockwoods. STANLEY DISHON attended the B.Y.F. convention in Van- couver over this last weekend. William Moz to " n (Capt Mid- night} age 73 of Belfair and Rillie Beardslee, age 73, Olympia, will be united in holy matrinlony Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. at" the Allyn House Nursing Home Open house to all of his and her friends. Congrat-! u]ations and best wishes to you. both. 4-H Club v,,ill be holding the bake sale Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. at Pope's Shopping Center and Serv- U at Belfair. Anyone willing to donate baked goods may call'Mr. Jean Sharcr CR 2157, Mrs. leg Engma CR 5-2259, arid Mrs. June Harding CR 5-224. Thi sale is being held to raise funds to buy the Allyn gra-de school children Christmas treats. of good trolling hu'es the plastic worms and jigs now so deserv- edly popuhtr for casting, as welt as some others. Which, of course, isn't saying that they won't soc- times catch fish when trolled. A nonweedless lure is certam to hook more strikes of most species than will any but the best weedless one -- in other words, catch more fish for you in a day, 9erhaps including the big one that didn't get away. So it's often dc- sirable to use a nonweedless when- ever it's practical; that is, when you don't have to reel in too often to take off a weed. STILL, some of our best lures come in weedless only. Some are so effective that I use them as they are, even in open water, says Jason Lucas, Angling Edi- tor of Sports Afield :Magazine. With others, you can instantly press down the weedguard to render it inoperative in any way .... and later, when it's needed, pull it back up just far enough above the hook point to avoid hooking weeds. Many lures, trolled at the right speed, impart a steady twitching or bobbing motion to the rod tip, but even the tiniest weed will stop this; so a casual glance at the rod will tell you if the lure is per- forming properly. In most fresh-water trolling, the depth, at which an under- water lure runs is governed not by a sinker but by the length ot line out -- the more the deeper. WHAT IS the best trolling speed for bass? :Nearly always, it's the slowest speed that will give your lure ull action, which you can determine by towing it alongside a few moments, watching it. The same slow speed seems in- variably best for walleycs---which will take any lure that a bass will. Since these are so often found on the bottom in quite deep wa- ter, you'll have to use a pretty heavy sinker to keep the thing down there. Is it true that you should troll much faster for pike and mus- kies than for other species? :Not much faster; just noticeably fast- er, most of the time, in my opin- But these certainly vary more rary :s'hould be happy with some new volumes on the shelves. "William Campbell Gault is one of thc favorite uthors in this field. Five new volumes are now here: "Dirt Track Summer", Drag Strip", "Speedway Challenge", "Din] Ttmndcr", and "Ttnmder Road". "Stock car Racer", by Caary Jackson, tclls of Chct Carter's summer on a friend's farm, but there is a speedway on part of the land, whre stock car races are held every Saturday night Philip Harkins has written a number of books on sports. Among those in the library, "Son of the Coach", and, "Young Skin Diver" "Road Race" is his book about Dave, who with his souped-up Mo- del A, wanted more than any- thing else to become a member of the local hot-ro'd club. "Boy Gets Car", by Henry Felson, tells the story of Woody Ahem, who got a car for $40, but found out that that didn't end his problems. Not all of the new stories of special interest to boys are about ,cars "SiIence Over Dunkerque", :by John Tunis, whose sports stor- ies are well knom, is the story of Sergeant Williams and one of his men who were left behind after lhe evacuation of the British army during World War II, with only a young French girl and a doff to help them. Another story from World War II is Alistair :Mac- Lean's "The Guns of Navarone", about Keith Mallory and a small band v,qlo undertake to blow up the guns on the precipices of Nay- arone so that 1200 British soldiers could be rescued. Two other advent|re stories are set in oldcr times. "Ice Falcon", by Rita Ritchie, author of "The Golden Hawks of Genghis Khan", tells of Kurt's trip to Iceland. to find a white gyrfalcon which he might use to ransom his captive father. "The challenge" is Poul Kmdsen's story of a young Dan- ish horseman's ride to ancient Rome to-seek renown. from day to day than any other species I know as to how fast- running a lure they'll take best FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, DEC. 8, 1963 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "INSPIRATION NEEDED"? 6:00 p.m. Youth Grous 7:00 p.m. Film "JUST A STRANGER" Morning Worship Broadcast over KHAS 1280 - 11:00 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 All 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. i ii ii FIRST GHURGH OF GHRIST, SGIENTIST 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. ::M0n. & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45. Welcome To FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 7th and Franklin Carl J. Carlsen, Pastor Worship Service - 8:15 and 11 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Classes- 9:30 a.m. Classes for All Ages Affiliated with The American Lutheran Church "A Growing Church in a Growing Community" 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. [lOlilli00ltlUl.,I, @I:I@UI00I)DJJ00"I00 CLUB The Church isalways open for meditation and prayer or. THE METHODIST GHURGH No th 4th and Pine Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER 8:o0 and 11:00 a.m. ;orship Services 9:45 a.m. Church Sclool for all ages - 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowsihp HORTHSIDE BAPTIST WELCOllES YOU FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charle D, Wigton A New Church Growing With Shelton Temporary Meeting Place -- 13th & East E. St. E. A. Ormsbee, pastor Bible School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p.n 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 ii i ii MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD. Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, Paste Sunday School .................................................................... 9:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class ................................................................ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. [ WHAT'S NEW? WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR SALE? WHY SHOULD POTEHTIAL BUYERS DO BUSIHESS WiTH Y"U? 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. ADVERTIslHG IS THE ANSWER IN THE