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December 26, 1963

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lay, December 26, 196 mrtion Of Divorced Here Is The Average YORK (Special) --- How is the divorce rate in Mason compared with the rate in: communities? How many residents have been di- How many imve remar- k? the great majority of men Women locally, marriage is a in a lifetime undertaking. others, who start out with high hopes, their marriag- up on the rocks. the present t{me, the figures there are no less than 10,- people in the United who have been divorced. 70 percent of them have re- leaving about 3 million in the divorced cohmm. addition, some 2.4 million as separated. ust released by the De- of Health, Education Welfare, covering 1962, and from the Department of indicate the current ih divorce. SHOW that there are divorced people in Mason in proportion to popula- tion, than in most parts of the United States, According to the tabulations, 36: out of every 1,000 local residents over the age of 14 are either di-i vorced or separated. This is ex-i elusive of the mlmber who were l divorced but who have remarried.&apos; The rate e0mpares favorably with that elsewhere in the United States, wilere it averages 43 per 1,000. In tile State of Washington: it is 48 per 1,000. In actual numbers, there are 298 men and women in the county who are divorced and 115 who are separated, legally or other- wise. The Government figm'es show that the divorce rate in the United States, contrary to popular belief, has been dropping continuously since 19i6, right after World War II. That year saw an avalanche of divorces, marking the break-up of thousands of the quickie marriag- es that were entered into during the war. Sample surveys were made to determine how many of the peo- ple who had been divorced at one time or another have remarried: In general, it was found, there are 2.5 such persons for everyone who is presently divorced. ERHEH'S CLUB : P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd and Cota DAY, DEC. 29 9:30 a.m. ,ecial Film  "MARTYRED MEN" "THE STORY OF THE AUCA INDIANS OF ECUADOR" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education , DEC. 29 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "Resources For The New Year" 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m. ='The Disappearing Teen-Ager" Morning Worship Broadcast over KHAS 1280 - 11:00 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bible study and Prayer for the family FIRST GHURGH OF GHRIST, SGIENTIST 302 Alder St., Shelton, Wash. I 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. Men. & Fri. Wed. evening 6:45 to 7:45, l I THE METHODIST GHURGH 'Orlrt 4th <1rid Plrte 8treett REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship Services a.m. Church School for all ages - 6:30 p.m, Youth Fellowsihp FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard charles ft. Wigton Bible School ....... 9:45 a.I. Youth Meeting 5:80 p.n, Worship ............ ll:O0 a.m. Family Service 6:30 p.m Wednesday  Iible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m Child Care Service &vailable at 11:00 Service FAITH LUTHERAN GHURGH 7th and Franklin carl J. Carlsen. Pastor Christmas Day Worship - 11 a.m. Sermon . ,,Good News of a Great Joy" / sunday December 29 - II Worship at 8:15 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Classes, 9:30 a.m. ClaSSeS for All Ages "A Growing ChurCh in a Growing Community" t ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & cedar, Shelton, Washington The Rev. clarence A. Lody, Priest Tuesday - December 24 (Christa s Eve)- 7:30 P.M. - Holy Communion and Sermon (Family Service) 11:00 P.M. - Holy Eucharist, Sermon and Special Music Wednesday . December 25 (Christmas Day)- - - Holy Communion and Sermon Sunday - December 29 r 7:30 A.M. -- Holy Communion 9:30 A.M. - Church School and Adult Bible Class 11:00 A.M. - Morning prayer and Sermon The Church is always open for meditation and prayer MT--O[IVE00 LUTHERAN-GltURGH - MISSOURI SYNO o )0_Jympic Hwy. So. & CasCade, The Rev. Gerald Herman, pastor Tuesday, Dee. 24  700 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 sunday, Dec. 29 Services at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. Tues., Dec. 31 -New Year's Eve Service 7:30 p.m. SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD East Pine Street Mason Younglund. pastor School ......................................................................... 9:45 A.M. Worship .................................................................. 1 1:00 A.M. Ambassadors ............................................................... 6:00 P.M. _Service ........................................................................ 7:00 P.M. WATCH NIGHT SERVICE December 31, 8:30 P.M. Rev. and. Mrs. RObert Frivold, Guest speakers MissiOnaries to Japan gE'ELTON--MAg0N C01EWIY JOUPNAL- Published in t'Christma.town, U.g.A.", gheIton, Washington PAGE 1 Enlarged Timber Supply Seen Legal Publications ' Long Ka ge Outlook For Douglas .o m NOTICE TO (JREDIT()RS IN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ' STATE (')F WASHINGTON FOR , . " ""'"i!' ' : Fir Region Is Optomistic In the Matter of the Estate of " STEPHEN HERBERT IIIPKINS, Deceased. John Herbert Itiplins is thp appoint- cAe ,e]pt?;ot:Y p;bld Fi(res!aS?; statement that the optimistic pro- ed and qualifiod Exocutor of said " , .- . ". . ., . . "- estate. All pcrSOll8 havillg Clainl vl g jections developed are quite tea- against said deceased are reqtlired to ;i ..... ' timber supplies in the Douglas-fir listie since they. are heavily influ- srveified, theon saidSaln Executorin duplicate,or hisdttlYaLto]'-ver- subregion of the Pacific North- enced by today's forestry techno- nay, Robert L. Snder, at the ad- west. lstimated longrun economic logy and that, dress below stated, 'and file the same potential is 13.1 billion board feet Every unforeseen significant with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service, of saw log production phlS 400 improvement that may be within six montbs after the date or" million cubic feet per year. This made in woods practice or in fh'st publication of this notice, or th same will be barred. is 14 percent above the average wood utilization will enlarge DATE of first I)ublication: Dream- annual timber output during the the prospects of the future be," 26, 1968. JOHN ItEtlBERT I-IIPKINS decade of the 1950's and reflects beyond those envisaged' here. 3615 S. Asotin recent trends in economic view- Plans for forestry and forest Tacoma, Washington points of forest owners, land uses industry must always be held Robert L. Snyder Attorney at Law and management practices. These flexible enough to accommo- 125% N. 5tb conclusions from a deep-probing date new and unsuspected op* Shelton, Washington 12/26 1/2-9 3t analysis of economic factors which portunities. influence timber supplies in the , --O11 BID- Douglas-fir subregion appear in Legal Publications Dist,'ict,The Direct,,rs,Belfair, WashingtonNrth MasOnwiilSChOOlcall a new report entitled "Timber ' for bids on the following items: Trends in Wester Oregon and NO. 3173 Gasoline, (regular) : lntil Western Washington," by the Pc- NOTICE TO CREITORS Prod per annuill. " cific Northwest Forest and Range IN TIlE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 000 gallons. STATE OF WASHINGTON :FOR the district tank twice weekly. Experiment Station of the U.S. :MASON COUNTY Forest Service ill Portland. In the :Matter of the Estate of l)iesel burner fuel: Quantity deify- THREE |AJOR factors influ- THOMAS W. SPERRY, Decea,ed. ered per annum, approximately 16.- Notice is hereby given that the un- 000 gallons. Bidder shall deliver to ence this optimistic outlook. These dersigned has been appointed and has the Belfah' School and the Allyn are: (1) the lanagement prac- qualified as Administratrix of the as- School. tats of THOMAS W. SPERRY, De- tires followed on forest lands; (2) ceased: that all persons having claims )'.S. 300, lleavy duty burner fuel: Bidder shall deliver at the site of the amount and quality of land against said deceased are hereby re- North :Mason Higll Sehool heavy allocated to timber growing; and quired to serve the same, duly veri- duty fuel. Tank at site has a caps- (3) time, as expressed in the gut- fled, on said Administratrix or her city of 10,000 gallons. Bidder will attorney of record at the address be- leave a sample of oil delivered for ding rate of return on forest in- cow stated, and file the same with analysis by a chemist. Bid price per vestment, the Clerk of said Court, together gallon not !aer barrel. wit. proof of such sere, ice within six ' GREETING BY ROBYN JOHNSON Generally, over the long run, months after the date of first publi- All bids will be received" in a sealed the region's production of timber cation of 3is notice, or the same will envelope, addressed to Betty Criss. Age 111/2 Mr, View School L be barred ' Clerk, North tIason School "District, " will be influenced most by the Date of first publication December c/o North':Mason Schools Blfair more conservative timberland ow- 12 1963 " wasnington All bids will be mgned ners, public and private, who will ' :MRS :MARJORIE "PRIRY I by tile owner or the"owner's represen- RUSSELL STUCK, Printer .. : ...... .. ., I tativ2, Bids will be opened by the tershld aoflittlethe mOreestimatedthan three-quar-acreage of JOHNAamln]sn'ariXC. RAGAN ox state I directors at 5:00 p.m. th'e 30th day of ancuun maaun--'--''"-""--' COUNTY dUUnnaL'"--"-- December 1963. i Attorney for Estate Bidder shall use bid form provided. commercial timberland and a sim- Title Insurance Building The directors reserve ' lhe r|ght to re- ilar share of the best timber grow- 122 Raih'oad Avenue jeer ar/y and all bids. ing lands. These owners can econ- Shelton, Washington BETTY CRISS omieally produce about 82 per 12/L2-19-26 3t Clerk 'Noth lIason School Board cent of the saw log yield and only NO. 3512 hlf air' Washington h'OTICE TO CREDITORS 12/19-26 2t a slightly smaller share of the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE *$i total wood yield. STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR By the year 2000, we will pro- :MASON COUNTY I1 PROBATE NO. 3461 bably have some 939,000 fewer In the :Matter of the Estate of NOTICE OF IIEA'RING FINAL ESSIE GARRISON, also known as REPOT AND PETITION FOR ! acres of commercial forest land EMMA GARRISON, Deceased. " DI,TRIBUTION in the Douglas-fir subregion, alt- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE the undersigned has been appointed STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR :. ....... hough we will be using the re- and has qualified as the Adminis- :MASON COUNTY IN PRORATE . maining 24.8 million acres more trator of the Estate of Essie Garri- In the lalter of the Estate of efficiently. Most of the loss wilt non, also known an Emma Garrison, LEBEN DUKE ROBERTS. Deceased. deceased; that all persons baying NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,:. be t frest rads ther than elains against said deceased are here" "TPAN@E :M" ROBERTS Executrix f i:' :i! i highways; some currently margi- by required to serve the same, duly he Estate of Loren Duke :Roberts. verified, on the undersigned Adminis- deceased, has filed in lhe office of the nal commercial forest will be re- trator or his attorney of record at the Clm,k of said Caurt a Final Report and tired: developed recreation feel- address below stated'and file the same Petition fro" Distribution. as,in the with the Clerk of the said court to- Court to settle said report distribute lities on Federal and State lands gather with proof of such service with- the urnperty to the persons thereto will occupy more area: and the ]n six months after the date of first entitled and to diseharee the l)etition- er as Executrix: and that said report balance of the loss of commercial publication of this notice or the same nnd petition will he heard on the 17th will be barred. forest area will be dedicated to Date of first publication: December day of January. 1964, at 10:00 o'clock such uses as power developments 19. 1963. in the forenoon of said day, or as and municipal reservoirs. Chan- GLENN E. CORNEA. oon thereafter as the matter Ban be Administrator he,'d t the court room of tim above ges in the area of forest land GLENN E. CORNEA enlttled court, in the Cou,'thouse in presently being administratively Attorney for Estate qhelton, lTason County Washingtnn. ,:, Bell Building a 'hieh time and place any person withheld from timber cutting will Shelton. Washington ;noroted in said Estate may appear probably balance out by the year 12/19-26 1/2-9 4t nd file objections thereto and contest  tho salno, ' '/tbd this 13th (lay of Decemher, 2000. :NO. 3t59 1963. kx THE LONGRUN viewpoint of NOTICE OF ]IEARING FINAL I,URA :M. 'V.GENER the conservative owners regarding llEPOltT AND PETITIO: ]."OR Cler of sMd Courl DL,TRII];UTION v Teckln vo,'mitlion. Dopqty investment in growing stock will IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE  '?"N E CnREA probably be. the major influence STATE OF WASHINGTON :FOR Mtornev for Estate on future production in this area, MASON COUNTY o-ll B;ldina" In the iatter of the Estate ol 21 outh 'on,'th Street This Forest Service study main- WALTER R. :MOULTROP, Deceased. qholt,,n. Washington rains tha tile large private and Harriet A. Moultrop, Executrix oi 12/19-26 1,'2-9 41 Federal owners of timber, who said Estate. has filed with said Com't her final report and petition for dis- NO. :07 comprise the conservative owners, tribution asking the Court to settle ]'OTICE TO (:|{E1)ITOR, lnake long-range investment de- said report, distribute the property IN TTE SIIPERTOT C(UvCT OF THE t cisions that will sustain a reduced to tile persons thereto entitled and STATE OF .VASHTNGTON FOR MASON COUNTY tin PROATE) but substantial and more produc- to discharge said Executrix. Said re- port and petition will be heard on In he :Matter of the Estate of tire growing stock base for future the 17tb day of January, 1964. at 10 :MARTHA ']. WYLIE. Deceased. earnings. It also emphasizes the a.m. in the Courtroom of said Court. theNOTICEundersigned.IS HEREBYFrank F.GIVENwvlie. thathas need for industry to gear itself to in the County Courthouse at Shelton, been api)inted and has qaiified as Washington. Administ,'ator of the estate ,)f :Martha i! the changing size and quality of DATED THIS 9th day of December, E, Wylie. deceased; that all persons timber which will be produced un- 1963. der intensive management of for- LAURA 1I. WAGENER having claims aainst the said de- Clerk of the Superior Court ceased or the said estate are hereby est land. by: Tackle Vermillion, rocuired to serve the same duly veri- fied with the necessary vouchers at- What might happen if .cut.Ling Deputy Clerk tached upon the undersigned Admin- were to be accelerated under dif- ROBERT L. SNYDER istrator or his attorney of record at Attorney at Law ferent assumptions is also covered 125% N. 5th the law office of B. l,anklin Heus- ton. Angle Building, Shelton. Wssh- by this study. For example, more Shelton, Washington. inton, and file such claims together rapid cutting of old-growth timber " 12/12-19-26 3t with proof of serwce ith the Clerk . of the above entitled Conrt within six , could lead to a greater aggregate No. 3411 (6) months after the date of the first  " CUt over both the next few decades NOTICE OF HEARING OF nublieation of this 'notice. to-wit: the and over the coming century. FINAL ACCOUNT AND 12th day of December 1963. or all Eventually, however, it would be PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION claims not so presented and filed will necessary to reduce this cut in IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE be forever barred. STATE O12" WASHINGTON IN IRANK F. WYLIE. Administra- order to bring the available sup- AND FOR THE COUNTY OF tot of the Estate of :Martha E. ..'. ..... J" . ,. ply in line with the longrun regu- :MASON Wylie. deeeased lated forest potential. Such an ac- In the Matter of the Estate of 222 South 7th St., Shelton. Wash- GREETING BY MARGARET SURRATT ERNEST G. BELEY, Deceased. inton, Age 11 Bordeaux School celerated cut also depends upon Notice in hereby given that Mabel B, FRANKLIN HUSTON, successful conversion of old R. Belay. executrix of the estate of Attorney for said Estate. growth to well-stocked young Ernest G. Beley, deceased, has filed Angle Bldg., Shelton. Wash. stands, wither saidthe C)untyClerk Ofandthe StateSUperirher Courtfinal 12/12-19-26 1/2 4t McQONKEY00 DRUG GENTER ] The study concludes with the account and petition for distribution ecutrix. ' ' of said estate; and that Friday, the Dated this 5th day of December, 10th day of January 1964, at 10:00 196"3. Evergreen Square A... Department No.'1 of said Super- LAURA 1I. WAGENER for Court, at Shelton, in said Couhty, Clerk of said Superior Court w||i has been duly fixed by our Superior By Teckla Verniillion. Deputy. Court for the settlement of the said O'LEARY. MEYER & O'LEARY  final aeeount, at which time lhe Court Attorneysr for Executrix tJ-J-  is asked to settle such account, dis- 12 Nat Bank of Commerce Bldg. tribute the property to the persons en- Olympia, Wshington hve titled thereto, and disclmrge said ex- 12/12-19-26 3t food? You hold the answer. It takes money to send food abroad to hungry people. Send your dollars hOWl ...... , ,,: $1 per !i]]i::.. package ('ARE Food Crusade 5th & Pine Sts. Seattle | 1, Wash. 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 tWed.) .... 7:00 pm Lewis B. Wysong, pastor 1/31 tfn MT, VIEW Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. today School ............ 9:45 a.m ning Worship .... ll:00 a.m . F ......................... 6.00 p.m. Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m, Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. Robert S, Wick, Pastor GREETING BY RONICA FREEMAN Age 11 Bordeaux School CHRIS' ICE CREAM Age 12 GREETING BY MARVIN ROUSH Bordeaux School PANTORIUH CLEANERS |