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December 19, 1963 uare Church 910 East Dearborn School ............ 9:45 a.ra. Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Y.'s & Cadets ........ 6:00 p.m. Scrvice .... 7:00 p.m. ble 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 Worship .... 11:00 a.m A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.ra Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m Robert S. Wick, Pastor FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEHTIST 302 Aider St.. Shelton, Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Chnrch 11 a.m, Wednesday evening testimony meetings 8 p.m. room located in church. Reading room hours 2 to 4 p.nL Men. & Fri. Wed evening 6:45 to 7:45. Welcome To FAITH LUTHERAN CHORCH 7th and Franklin Carl J. Carlson, Pastor Worship Service - 8:15 and I1 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. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer THE METHODIST CHURCH North 4th and Pine Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services 1:45 a.m. Church School for all ages - 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowsihp FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:30 p.r ............ 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 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH lev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota lev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education UNDAY, DEC. 22, 1963 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship SURPRISES GOD OFFERS YOU KHAS 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups !:00 p.m. CHOIR CANTATA "BORN A KING" 7:00 p.m.--Bible Study and Prayer for the family Morning Worship I Broadcast Over 1280 - 11:00 a.m. CLUB P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cota ;UNDAY, DEC. 22. 1963 :15 a.m. Coffee Time a.m. Film "Hezekiah's Water Tunnel" -'( " "- a,m. "AN UNFINISHED PROMISE" SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younglund, pastor Unday School ....................................................................... 9:45 A.M. School Christmas Program ................................ 10:30 A.M. ,- (Nursery thru Junior Classes) lorrlin'g Worship following Program Carolling .............................................................. 5:45 P.M. Service ............................................................ 7:00 P.M. SITELTONMA0N COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Jehovah'Spian Pod AngelesWit"esses Tips On Christmas Children's SHELTON_ HIGH,. SCHOOL HEWS German Club Is Formed, Initiations, Elcction PACE 19 ed now for $3.50. A dom payment ,of $1.75 is.acceptable. Yearbooks will be available at this price un- til one week after the end of Christmas vacation. Meeting John Gill, presiding minister or the Shelton Congregation of Je- hovah's W'itnesses, announced tiffs week that a three-day assembly of instruction will be held at Port Angelc.s, Jan 10-12, One thou- san([ delegates from 18 congrega- tions, including Taconm and the Olympic Peninsula. will be attend- in K the conference. Last sunnner Jehovah's Witnes- ses held a series of 'Around the World Asseo-blieu', which began June 30. at 1%rilwaukee. Wis.. where 57.000 persons attended. They then moved on to New York City, then to Europe, the Mid- dle East and concluded Sept. 1-8 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. to a closing-day throng It of 118,000. For many Jehovah's Witnesses this will be their first Convention in Port Angeles. Gill added that these assemblies are a major factor in tile gain in the number of Jehovah's Witness- es. whose organization is daubling every ten years, Baptist ,Church Choir To Presenl Program The King's Choir of the First Baptist church will present its an- nual Christmas Cantata Sunday evening a 7 p.m. The 23-voice choir will blend in singing John Peterson's "Bma A King"--a can- tata in which the giant flood- lights of music with their multi- plieity of colors are focused on the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The sotdists will be Ron Case- bier. Dale Grytness. Joe Simpson, Mrs. Anne Sandoval Miss Sand( Lewis, with whom Steve Archer will join for a duet, and Mrs. Ev- elyn Bedell. Rev. Alfred D. San- doval is the choir director. The public is cordially invited to attend. Following the Christ- mas Cantata a reception will be held in honor of the choir in the church parlors. Christian ,Church Plans Christmas Play Sunday evening, at 7:30 p.m., members of the First Christian Church will present "Why Christ- mas?", a play in four scenes by El(nor Britain. The continuity of the story is carried by an old man who is puzzled about Christianity and the purpose of Christmas. He sets out to learn about it by looking in on fear different families--all of whom call themselves Christ- ians. It stresses the influence our actions each day may have over the lives of others as well as the real meaning of Christmas. Phoning Given With Christmas Day ah'eady the I heaviest long distance calling day of the year, Pacific Northwest Bell this season expects Christ- mas calling to break all previous records. John M. Dovle. Pacific North- west Bell manager, said that if you're planning to plaee.a long distance call to Graudma or Uncle Tom during Christmas week. it would be well to consider some of the following suggestions if you don't wan to be disappointed: Those who can dial direct, sta- tion-to-station, will be )]lost like- ly to get their calls through. About 70 percent of Washington and Northern Idaho telephone us- ers now have DDD, Automatic switching equipment handles that type of call and it does not re- quire the services of an operator. Operators will be as busy as they can be and every switchboard pos-" it(on will be filled, because per- son-to-person calls increase great- ly during the Yuletide season. MAKE YOUR CALL early if possible, as early as two or three days before Christmas. and as ear- ly as possible on Christmas Day if you must wait that long. If you're expecting a Christ- mas call, stay close to your phone. "No answers" tie up lines just as solidly as if they were in tree. The phone company is doing everything it can to see that as many Christmas calls as possible are completed. Long distance lines have been materially increased since fast Christmas, and every available mvitcRboard position will be filled--and a ;op force of op- erators on duty. Birih Of Okdst Is S=bnlM Subjed The virgin birth of Christ Jesus will be explained in this Sunday's Bible Lesson at all Chrstian Science churches. Readings from the Bible will include the angel's message to Mary: "The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee. and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God" (Luke 1:35). From the Christian Science textbook, these lines will be read: "The illumination of Mary's spi- ritual sense put to silence material law and its order of generation, and brought forth her child by the revelation of Truth, demonstrat- ing God as the Father of men" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 29). The Lesson-Sermon is entitled: "Is the Universe. Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" MT, OLIVE LUTHERAH CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD Olympic Hwy. So. & Cascade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, pastor Sunday, Dee. 22 Services at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. "The Gospel that Vitnesses of Christ" John 5:31-39 Sunday School & Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24- 7:00 p.m. Children's Christmas Eve Service "The Real Meaning of Christmas" Wednesday, Dec. 25 -- 10:00 a.m. Christmas Morning Festival Service "God's Gift of Love" 1 John 4:9-12 FROH CHRISTMAS.., ... TO CHRISTHAS The Gift That h Sure To Please THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH IS A SUBSCRIPTION To The $4.50 a year inside Mason County $5.00 a year outside Mason County We Send a Gift Card with Each Gift Subscription Christmas Party Held At Union By Betty De-m UNION ..... Boys and girls, there is only five more day to get your letter or card to Santa Claus. North Pole 99701. In the upper left-hand corner write your re- turn address. Union. Wash. 98591. You will receive an answer from the North Pole Branch. U.S. Post Office, The Union Ladies Civic Club held its annual ehildrml Christmas party Friday evening. Mr. Coulter led his group of eighth and ninth grade girls in a medley of Christ- mas carols with Donate Bearden at the piano. The audience joined in with the singing. Mrs. Frances Ross presented her puppet show "The Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, The puppets were operated by Christie Allen. Cherie Arkin. John Morae. Murl Morris, Bill Kinney and Cas- ey and Lewis Dean. Santa Claus wi.th help from Mr, Sterling pass- ed out candy and popcorn balls to all. A special thank you Io Mrs. Dick Buechel who was in charge and Vern Wyatt who do- nated Lhc tree. The ladies would like to ask anyone who has Christ- mas decorations they no longer use to save them for the club. tIR. AND IYIllS. AVEIIY and family are arriving this week to spend Christmas with the Axel Johnsons. They are from Hoopa, Calif. The Rhodes Days have moved to Seattle and the Bob Allen fam- ily have moved into their house. Bobble and Bob are well known here. as they lived here years ago. They have fern" children. Billie and Les. who will go to Shelton High, and Craig and Larry who will go to Hood Canal Junior t-Iigh. Weekend guests at the Thomas BaJls were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCann from Othello. He is Mrs. Bali's brother. Legal Publications NO, 3507 NOTICF TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TItE STATE OF WA SHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY (IN PROBATE) In the Matter of the Estate of MARTHA "E. ,YLIE. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Frank F. Wylie, has been aPl)oinied and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Martha E. Wyli,, deceased: that all ])ersons having claims against the stud de- ceased or the said estate, are }lerob3 T reqtlired to serve the s,rllllp, du]}- veri- fied wilh the necessary vouchers a]- tached Ul)Orl tile lllldPPsili4'llod Adtllin- is(rater Ol" his att ) 'n V O r !(.o "d a| lhe law office of I-. Franklin Heus- ton Angle Building, Shelton Wash- i]lgton, and file such clailllS together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled ColIFL within six (6)-months alter the date of the first l)ublication of this notice, to-wit: lhe 12th day of Dece]nber 1963. or all claims not no presented and filed will be for,qver barred. FRANK F. WYLIE. Administra- 1or of the Estate of Martha E. Wylie, deceased. 222 South 7th St.. Shelton. Wash- i YIKtOzl, tl. FRANKLIN HEUSTON. Attt)rney for said Estate, Angle Bldm. Shctton. Wash "" 12/12-19-26 1/2 4t ('ALL ]["OR BIDS The Directors North Iason School District. Nelfair. Vashin;ton will call for bids on Ihe following i|ems: Gasoline. (regular): Quantity deliv- (,red per allnUlll, approxirnatelv 16.- 000 gallons. Bidder shall delix:er to the district tank twice w('ekly. Diesel 1)urner fueh Quantity deliv- ered per ailu)n, app)'oximately 16.- 000 gallons. Bidder shall deliver to the Belfair School and the Allyn School. P.. 300, ]h, avy duty bmne, fuel: t=Hdder shall did(vet 'at lhe site of North 5ason High School heavy duty fuel Tank at site has a capa- city of 10,000 gallons. Bidder will leave a sample of oil delivered for analysis by a chemist. id price per gallon not per barrel. All bids will ha received in a sealed envelope, addressed to T3ett,,- CrisK Clerk. North Mason St*heel "I)istrict. e/o North Mason Schools. lel fair. Washington. All bids will be signed by the (),Vller or lhe owner's re, oreNell- tativ 13iris will be npened b;" the directors at 5:00 p.m. the 30th day el December 1963. Bidder shall use bid form provided. The directors reserve the right to re- jeer any and' all bids. BETTY CRISS Clerk North Mason School :Board Belfair, Washington 12/19-26 2t NO. 3512 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE In the Matte)" of the Estate of ESSIE GARRISON. also known as EMMA GARRISON. Deeea.ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has mmlified as the Aaminis- trator of the Estate of Essie Gm'ri- son, also known as Ezllm C.arrison deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are here- by required to serve the same, duly verified, on the undersigned Adminis- trator or his attorney of record at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk of the said court to- gether with Droof of such service with- n six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: December 19. 1963, GLENN E. CORREA, Administ ralor GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate Bell Building Shelton. Washington 12/19-26 1/2-9 4t NO. 3461 NOTICE OF I{F.AR[N(; FINAI RI'POItT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOIl MASON COtJNTY IN PRORATE In the Matter of the Estate of LOREN DUKE ROBERTS. Deceased. NOTICE ]S HEREBY GIVEN that FRANCES M. ROBERTS Executrix of the Estate of Loren Duke Roberts. deceased, has filed in ih(, office of the Clerk of said Court a Final Report and Petition for Dish-(but(on. asking' the Court to settle said report, distribute the Dr01)eP|y lo the persons thereto entitled and to discharae the DetiIio]l- er as Executrix: and that said report and p(,tition will ho beard on tbe 17th day of January. 1964. al 10:00 o'clock ill tile for(')lOOll of said day. 0P a soon t]]e'afte " as th(" matt@ Call l)e ]leDrd It lho Colll'] roo|ll Of 1]1(. [tt)ove onti*led court ill tile Coll)'tth)tlse ill Sheltnn, Ml|son Colin| v. Wasl}illgton, at w]/((b tillle l/ld place an." 1)erson intorehd in aid Estate may appear and file objections thel'eto anil contest the same, lated this lalh day of December. 1968. T,AITRA M. WAGJNER Clerk of sald Com't It',, Teekl V,-rPaillion. Deputy AIt,I'llV for Etate 171 R,mlh Fou,'th S|roet Sh qton. V sl gton 9 ') :1./19-,6 1 '2-9 4t Plalmed; Latin Club Is Selling Cookies By Molly Murdey Members of the newly-formed German Club were initiated yes- terday after school. Third 5,ear German sLudents were in charge of initiating the second year stu- dents. Those who conducted the ini- tiation in Gertnan and helped pre- pare fdr the event were Jack Dy- er, Darold Froehlich. Kathy Youngland. Sue Duckham and Jill Jeffery. Refreshments were served following the initiation. The club. under the supcrvision of Mrs. Sheila Roers, requires dues of 50 cents. Ihitiations will probably be held each quarter as more students become eligible for membership. Officers will be elec- ted in Jannary. This week Lat.in Club is busy with a money-making project. Energetic members baked a varie- ty of gingerbread men. stars, San- (as. bells and Christmas trees. The goodies are being sold at noon as tree decorations or nourishment for hungry students. Members of Latin Club plan to go Christmas caroling soon * $ -2. ON DISPLAY IN ALL class- rooms and on the hall walls are clever lttle signs bearing such phrases as "Who was the 1964 Paul Bunyan: . "Who made up the 1963' Climber football var- sity?" and "Who was Pep Club president?" The answer to ques- tions such as these is "1964 Sag- halle tells all". With reminders Skokomish .Church Plans Chrisimas Program SKOKOMISH CHURCH .... I8 .... The (_Tnrismas program at the Skokomish Assembly of God Church will be at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Middle Skokomish Grange Hall. The program will consist of a Christmas skk telling the story of Christmas in word, act and song. The boys and girls of the Smday School will prent resita- tions and songs depicting tile Christmas story. Gifts and candv will be pre- sented to the vot{ngsters attend- ing. Coffee and cake will be serv- ed following the program. Reduction of the standard work- week from 40 to 35 hours weald require a 14 percent increase in wages to avoid a reduction in pay. Without a. corresponding increase in production inflation would re- sult. If students neglect to order their yearbooks in the neat' future, they such as lhis strewn about the will have to pay $4.50 next spring, school, students are encouraged to * ., * purchase their yearbooks. Paul Graffe was recently elec- Saghalie editors Bobble Hilde- ! ted as Ba, ndsman of November by brand and Tom Schlegel. and ad- his fellow band members. Paul a riser, William Steinbacher, report senior this year, plays the trum- lhat the yearbooks may be order- pet, Are You Using Too Much SOAP and WATER? More Washability More Economy More Convenience WITH YOUR WESTINGHOUSE L AUN DR 0 M AT SHELTOH ELECTRIC 0. 419 Railroad Avenue Phone 426-6283 A Christmas Gift To Give Yourself A great part of the joy of Christmastime comes from giving gifts to those you love. And, that pleasnre is even greater when you have the cash to bu "just the right gift" for each person on your list. You can have the Christmas cash yo need next year if you resolve now to save systematically at TCF. Stop in at any convenient TCF office this week and let the friendly savings experts there show you how easy... and profitable.., it is to save for the things you want. TCF's Shelton office across from Evergreen Square is open every Friday evening until 5:30 especially to serve you. *Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCiATItlII OLYM PIA [rLACEY/SHELTON Home Office W Branch r BranIt