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The Well Baby clinic jointly sponsored by the James Sales !iml Parkland Pl'eschooJs will held Thursday, Oct. 28, in the Parkland Methodist church, 9 to 11 a.m. Registration will be from 9 to 10. Mothers are asked to bring a blanket to wrap children prior to the examination. M1's. Arthur Storlie, GR 6376, and Mrs. Bolin Brown, GR 15604, are chairmen.

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by Mrs. Sam Carta 4th District Publicity Chairman Thursday, Oct. 21 at Sunshine hall, 8 p.m., Parkland Post and Unit will be honored by a visit from 4th District Commander Billy Trice and Vice Commander Claude Race of the American Legion, 4th District President Mrs. Clee Perry and Vice President Mrs. ~~ Robert Grey, American Legion Auxiliary. Custom Commander Sam Carta and President Mrs. Henry Swanson hope all Legionair~s and Auxil-. Cutting & Wrapping iary .members of parkland Post 4e Lb. and · Unit will come out and meet your .District officers for Graham 7-760.0 their official visit. . Pick Up & Delivery These meetings are interesting and open to the public, so Parkland Post and Unit wishes at PACKING CO. this time to extend a cordial :in· vitation to all. .. Refreshments On Kapowsin Highway will be served after the meet1 V2 Mile East of Meridian ing. r ' ·This. is a wonderful way to A big crowd is eXipected for get acquainted, so we will look the Saturday evening dance forward to meeting all of you sponsored by the Parkland Thursday evening: 7 to 1.2 L!>. Average Business club at Bresemann hall, Spanaway, as a benefit Elk Plain affair for the further develqp. ment of the community recreaSponsored by the E.lk Plain tion center at South 138th and J P-TA, a carnival will be hel1:l at ROOSTERS Sts. This .~eek Viv Selle is bull- the school Saturday evening, dozing the baseball diamond on qct. 23. Fun for all - all inthe tract and extensive improve- v1ted. ments are planned in this area - - - - - Be a Booster • . • before the opening of the baseball season next spring. HI-BOOSTERS! Oakie Armstrong and his Western Gang, an eight.man dance orchestra booked at the Bresemann hall for the winter, will provide musi.c for all pop- . ular dances, old time and mod-

started last week on a fine new business block in the Fern Hill area on Park avenue near 84th street. Mel Pedersen . of Pa~ldand, general contractor for the job, states that the structure<will be of concrete block, SCR b_rick and frame construction, a handsome buildin·g which will be· a credit to the community. He states that Paul F. Barber, the owner, is putting up the block with the co-operation of R. E. Anderson Co. Lyle Swedbergis Uie architect. If there is no unforeseen delay, J.Yir. Pedersen estimates th.at the job will be completed about Feb. 1, 1955. At this time, only one of the units has been leased. Tincher's Phar!llacy, .established in the community for some time, will .be moving i.nto these new and larger quarters as soon as the structure is ready for occupancy.

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Gladiators Defeat Central The Pacific Lutheran Gladiators waltzed into second place in the Evergreen Conference standings Saturday, downing Central 20 to 7. The Lutes took advantage of every Central mistake in the first half and piled up a 20 to 0 advantage at half time. During the second half the ·Wildcats threatened several times but were able to pus)l aci:oss only one touchdown against the stubborn Lute defense. Tommy Campbell and Tommy Gilmer played excellent ball in the P.L.C. backfield, ali;>ng with Gerry Kluth, Ray Christianson (Continued on P~e 10)

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Legal Notice STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys 3805)/2 So. Yakima Ave. In The Superior Court Of The State of Washington For The County of Pierce. NO. 58586 NOTICE TO CHEDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARDIANSHIP ESTATE OF HERMAN KOMAR, An Incompetent · Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as General Guardian of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said incompete,nt are herf!by requi.red to serye tile same, duly ver1f1ed, on said Ida Komar Miller or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Oct. 21, 1954. General Guardian of said Estate IDA KOMAR MILLER 3805% So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Wash'ington STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys for Estate 3805% So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Washington. Published in the Times-Journal Oct. 21, 28; Nov. 4, 1954.

The Ada Holden circle of the Summit church will meet Thursday, Oct. 28, at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. D. Cook on Airport near Waller road. Dessert luncheon at 1 o'clock will be followed by the business session and program. Interested in 4-H? Mrs. Ranghill Peterson invites all parents who are interested in 4-H work to meet at her home on Vickery road Thursday evening, Oct. 28, at 7:30, to meet with Mrs. Florence Allen and George Purcell of the Pierce County Extension service, who will explain the benefit children get from 4-H work. . ,_,.ii:Jj Visitors Mr. and Mrs. W. Ludlow (a cousin) and Mrs. K. Peabody (an ·aunt) from Bramech, Minn., were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kelly on Canyon road. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beyer and children from Seattle visited · their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beyer, Saturday. At Home We are happy to report that Tillie Eklund is convalescing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ira Wagner, after seven weeks in the hospital. She wishes to thank the many friends for the Mrs. E. F. Curtis cards, and ·a special thanks to GRanite 7706 the people who gave her blood; also thanks to the Waller Road Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stoneblood bank. braker and family of Maple street had as their guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Summer; her uncle, John Summer, and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Summer and children, all of Garnett, Kansas. Those attending ·the Pierce County Council of P-TA meeting at Tillicum Oct. 7 were Mrs. Max Effenperger, Mrs. Elsworth Campbell, Mrs. Gilbert· Baker and Mrs. George Purdue. Village Fair The Collins P..TA will hold a village fair and carnival Friday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. in the school gym. Everyone is invited for this very interesting evening. Room Mothers, Attention Loren Irish asks all room mothers to attend the_ P-TA meeting this Thursday to dis· cuss refreshments for the HalHE•s KlNG OF THE loween party Oct. 29; .this will HOUSE avoid a special meeting. The following members of Girl Scout troop No. 64 will present the colors at the P-TA meeting tonight; Marylyn Godfrey, Theilla Romans, Dorothy IS KING OF THE Irish and Sylvia Anderson. FARM

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BRICK, block, masonry work of any kind; free Pstimatp~· JAMES R. LORING .E..ugene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3ctf REAL E'STATE . , " . 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland 1 SAW FILING, solde1mg, won GRanite 4148 Anytime gua~anteed. Corner Waller & Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf ---------------FREE APPRAISAL SPANAWAY ELECTRIC CONTRACTING _ ThermoRay WE NEED LISTINGS, acreag Radiant Electric Heat· ask for with 2 to 4 bedroom home o estimate. GR. 7064. ' 3ctf small or large home in city Let us HELP YOU sell an -·-----finance your home. Help Yo Realty, GR 3871, days or eve ning,. 9ct

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Mrs: Grod- panionship in comfortable home fascinating art of copper tool La.pping, Repairing. Pick-up & v1g. . . . or' pleasant woman; no steps; ing; day and evepjng classes Delivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. 4 UNITS with mce furmture at TV; GR 5751. 10c6 GR 6066. 15ct ------New and Used. PARKLAND $23,500 on contract of $10,000 CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf down and .monthly payments FOR RENT -- 5 room house, FOR SALE - Heavy wrappin -·-Mrs. Grodv1g. unfurnished except electric paper in sheets approxima tel. GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing 10 ACRE building site on Wall- range; heat furnished; 10427 47,2'x7', 2 cents a sheet. Times Heating. New work. Remodel- er Road near Mahon Road. $2,- So. Croft; GR 4616. 10c6 Journal office, 119th and Pa 5 Pounds lng, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. 500.00. -- cific Ave. 15pt 3cr1 3 BEDROOM rambler on cornFOR SALE ___: Used heaters a , · - . - - - - - - - , . . - - - - - er lot, available at FHA ap I I-Repair Service Parkland Fuel Oil Service ">EPTIC TANKS ~LEANED- praised price of $12,500.00 Contents hauled away. Don Selling for $11,900. Fireplace, WASHING MACHINE l'ARTS GR 8684; 120th & Pacific AVE Redf01;"d, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA large utility room, dining al- Largest stock in town. Hepair· 15ct 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 cove, attached garage. ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washe1 3ctf TWO HOUSES on lot 75xl00 in Service, 3727 So. G. Hl 9409. ALDER FIREPLACE WOOD l1h cord load, $20; phone HJ the heart of Parkland. $9,500. llctl 8287. 15ct Make owner offer . of $1,000.00 ACE SEPTIC TANK down and . balance by the Upton Count STOKER LADD oil furnacE month. SERVICE good condition; wine colore1 COUKTRY LIVING 40 ACRES; city water, mutual ACCORDION LESSONS in daveno; 4415 State St., Lake Septic Tanks Clean.ed 15cl electricity, on highway at near- your home; instrument furn. view. by town, 17 acres clear, 23 ished; call HA 5788 collect. 14ctl FOR SALE 4-5 room oi acres second growth timber, GR. 4343 MA large chicken house, double BRICK WORK - House level· heater, like new, $30; Frank': 2172 0. B~ACKLEY Barber Shop, llOth & Yaki 1 garage, 2 bedroom house, large ing and 'foundations, retaining ma. 15c< kitchen, living room and util'.!MITH CABINET SHOP-Re- ity porch, 1h basement. $16.- walls, sidewalk and patios, fire.. modeling, kitchen cabinets; we 000.00 with $5,400 down. Will place and stone work. GR 4291 FOR SALE - Old newspapers 14ctl large bundle lOc at the Times sell glass; 16309 3. Park, Span· consider tl'ade. Call GR 4739, evenings. Giant Size Journal office, 119th & Pacifii away; GR 7949. · 3ctf Mac. 'tESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants Ave. 15pt LAKEWOOD baby sitting and child care; RAY GOGAN 44 Beverly Drive, Nyimza Park call evenings, GR 4866. 14c7 Qpen 2 -5 Sunday LANDSCAPE CONSTRUC.WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN TION. General landscaping 3 BEDROOM rambler with 2- in my home ful:l or part time; CASH for. milk · cows, beef service. New lawns, peat soil, car attached garage on nice lot licensed; GR 4541. 14c7 heifers, veal and hogs. Call R topsoil, shrubbery, ro€keries. with fir trees. Fireplace in liv- - -- --·------·---'It ii i 4lliili _iii. Nothing down, 36 months to ing room, as well as dining CHILD CARE in my home; GR Thackeray collect, Puyallup 5-5414. 16ct: pay. GR 3127. 3ctf space; ea ting space in kitchen 3063. SUMMIT FEED 14p6 and 4 piece bath. $12,750.00.. L & M King Size ARTIFICIAL BREEDEH.S Home of Available for financing. Mrs. · PIANO LESSONS - Beginners Evergreen Breeders Asb'n. $~ Leveling, Grodvig. Quick relief NEPHRON IN· HOUSE MOVING "Fisher'.s Quality Fe~" and advanced; GR 3135. 14c7 breeding fee; no charge un re. HALATION THERAPY hall foundations; cement work; free SPANAWAY ---Ill Ill -·-· Canyon Road, next to 3ctf l1/2 BEDROOM helped countless thousands. Ask estimates. PR 2653. home with huge~ E~ERIENCED GIRL wishes turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer Summit Trading Co. about our Trial offer. See your -------- -- ·---------sey, Milking Shorthorn, Browr living room overlooking the full or part time office work GR 7136 • We Deliver Druggist or white NEPHRO,N CLEANING, REPAIRING fur- lake.; kitchen wired for 220 and' Swiss, Hereford. Call PuyalluJ naces, stokers, oil heaters; in Parkland area; GR 7356. COMPANY, Tacoma 1, Wash. 16ctl 14c6. 5-8393. 24 hr. service, reasonable rates. plup11bed for washer. Full attic Reliable Oil Burner Service, and garage in basement. AvailGR. 6033. 3ctf able for rent or sale. Call for CLEAN HIGH SCHOOL BOY Legal Notice appointment to see inside. 4th will work for room and board house south of 167th street onl in Franklin Pierce district; GR PETERS & WITT 7531. Lakeshore Drive. 14c6 Attorneys ----7221 SOUTH FAWCETT Per 1000 Bd. Ft. 11222 Pacific Ave. ENGLISH type home with sep. 15-Miscelianeous TANK EANING In The Superior Court Of Th€ 1xS BOARDSw 6 to 16' arate dining room, large utiJ. O!IEPTIC TANKS • CESll State Of Washington For Th€ ity porch, kitchen wired for LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Per 1000 Bd. Ft. County Of Pierce. POOLS CLEANED 220," 2 bedrooms down and 1 'h Service for developing. In a1 CEDAR BOARDS up. Lots of closets up and 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific NO. - Contents Hauled Away down. $8,950. Shown by ap- Ave. Per 1000 Bd. Ft. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 15ctl -41 3980 HA 7038 pointment only. Call for Al, GR In The Matter Of The Estate of FIR, 6 8609 days, GR 8210 evenings . SPECIAL ORDER CAKES • ADOLPH 0. BAMBECK, Per Ft. EAST I 3845 M ET RO P 0 L I TA N Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann Deceased I'S A COZY two bedroom bung- Bakery. 15ctf LIFE INSURANCE CO• Notice is .hereby given that CEDAR SHELVING • alow with nice living room and -· 1\10\r"J HAS -..... Per Ft. large kitchen which has many 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-cord the undersigned has been apbuilt-ins. $6,300 with only $800 loads, $14 and $16; alder fire· pointed and has qualified as & DRAIN • • • down; $50 monthly payments . place wood, green, $15; Black Executor of the a•bove entitled Each SUBURBAN RESTAURANT Insurance Prince stoker coal, $16.30; estate; that all persons having APPROX. 2'x2'. with 6 stools, as well as tables lump & range coal, $12.70; claims against said deceased are Call Your Val f,1on·: USED SASH. 1 GLASS • and chairs. Total price $1950 GR 6520. 15ctf Parkland Representative FROZEN on contract. Ask for Al. RAV STEICHEN TAP, ~CROBATIC, BALLET Day BR 3186 . Nite HI 7667 Jennie L. Grodvlg classes. All ·ages . Mildred Keller. GR 7881. 15ctJ GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES TV & RADIO REPAIRS: 24· PARKLAND FURNITURE GR 4555 Insurance of All Kimh! hour service; reasonable rates; Aiqiort & Canyon Road Flt. 13, Box 659 New and used miscellaneous; Glen's TV & Radio Service, Notary Public We Deliver - . - Rain or Shine Airport & Pacific Ave.; Resi· GR 6033. 3ctf Est. in Parkland Since 1941 denee Phone GR 3748. 15ctf "EVERYTHING TO BUILD WITH" GR 8609 days FOR SALE Siegler heaters WE MOVE THE EARTH Free Delivery - • Open Saturdays Crane service; power: ditching; 208 Garfield Street sewers; septic tanks; top soil; "Deal with the people who giVE' 15ctJ excavating; rock work; land- you their own personal att<>..n· I Tacoma, Washington ~, scape engineering. SEAMAN, tion." FOR SALE 3 year old Eng. MAVES & SEAMAN; Graham 7· 7482 extended service. 3ctf McKENKA - 2-bedroom home, hsh Jaure!, boi..-wood and misc. Ill 15c6 11222 Pacific Avenue U.S. Inspected Good Grain Fed Steers modern; wlred 220; terms to shrubs; GR 3838. Tacoma 44, Washington > :,\"' 5-Help Wanted I amins an 10 ogaca S are li0S suit yourself; $2100 full price. WANTED - Chickens and r11b. Published in the Times-Journal 0 For information telephone OrtOct. 21, 28; Nov. 4, 1954. Q with bits. Call us before you sell. EX-TEACHER or SUBSTIguaranteed. 9c6 Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 TUTE TEACHER: For a posi. ing 9304. Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. ,(ion with a Marshall Field """ from our open - display refrigerated ~ HA 4406. 15ctf NOTHING DOWN - G.I. family owned company. Age WELL DRU.UNG 25-55, desirous of rendering an TERMS to anyone. Living room FOR SALE - Almost new Gas 0 > Case. important educational service 16x21, hardwood floors, dining Hot Water Heater, $95.00. ID Berkeley Pumps Q -this vicinity in school coord- room, kitchen, built-ins, wired Registered Pharmacists on El JETS ination work with guaranteed 220, 2 bedrooms, 4 piece bath, Phone Ken Pottle, GR 3466. ~ ----------0 e SUE!IMERSIBLE:i; Ill Iii Ill Ill l!I income-opportunity for rapid 'h basement, furnace, plastered PIA:NO FOR SALE - Maho"'hours a -..!! • CENTRiF'UGALll.'I advancement for lhose show- interior, concrete foundation. 6 any case, very good conditio~; i: e TURBINES ing leadership ability. For per- lots, Call Ralph Decker, HI $165; phone Yelm 3674. :i1 15p7 Ill lit t:J sonal interview -write Mrs. 9579. Prescription Delivery Anytime 0 --·-··· --·-·--····-· Q CaH GR 7281 Ruth Cameron, 2500 5th Ave., 113TH & SO. AIKSWORTH PASTURE WANTED for saddll ..c Seattle l, Washington, giving II! u have your Dr. phone GR 8693..no delay ~ new rambler. 3 horse, near 94 lh and Harrison Tacoma Pump qualifications. 5c6 BEAUTIFUL large bedrooms, large living (Midland); horse not to be Gil room wiU1 fireplace, a most out- used by pasture owner; James· Well Cofy Iii e 0. Vincent, 9402 East Harristanding kitchen and eating Rt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma 8.-~Wanted To Buy 15c6 space. Attached sealed garage, son. Terms Trad<':$ -----• perimiter oil heating. This CERAMIC SUPPLIES - New WANTED-Buildings to wreck home has valu" galore at $12,- pourings, many originals; 811 VVe buy and sell used building 500.00. Call Hal Underwood, North Fi.fe St., BR 092.'\. l5clf lb. 45e materials. Vlhitc Ball Lumber HI 9579 or PR 989G. --------·---------·-·-Conoco I 0-30 Oil i!'I..... .... 1.. .,.""""" n . . . . ,,.;:i T ... ,,,._ .,.,,.... .,_,+ DEEf' FREEZE for saic; 16 Cu. of Summit Vi.ew: GR 8591. 8ctf NEAR 5fith & McKINLEY AVE. Ft., nat 2 years old; 5-year WILL GO FHA for small down, 35c Case -------49c or G.I. nothing down. 2 bed- guarantee; $300; PR 4189 after w ANTED TO BUY - Model rooms, CONOCO & HAVOLif\16 nice living room, kitch- -~ :O~---_15c6 I T Fords and parts. Ed Marek. SOc Qt. by Case Lot!! Farmers MuJual of Enumclaw, en, built-ins, breakfast nook, FOR SALE -- RrfrigC'ra.tor $45; Spark Plugs, 65c ea11b Phone GR 4000. 8c5 utility· room, concrete founda- 50 lb. ice box $5; Thayer baby tion. 2 lots, sewer, sidewalks, buggy; GR 8378. !Bonded Brake Shoe, Exon, 15cG good garagl'. Call Ralph Deck$8.95 ~=·-Real er, HI 7579. READY-TO-LAY-New HampRhire Pullets for sale. MIDFOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2· McKinley Hin Road GARD Poultry Farm & Hntch. bedroom house. Parkland area, 11311 McKinley Ave. HI 957S ery, Roy, Wash. Mile east of Pioneer Way Between $ll'!OO. Present mortgage G.I. Tacoma & Puyallup Member of McKenna school; Yelm 3675. 4 % at !154 per men th. 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Midland WCTU will mee.t for 12:30 potluck dinner Tuesday, OcL 26, at the home of Mrs. August Elmquist; 9720 East Monroe, the program to follow. Miss Beryl Ring will be the speal;:er. She recently returned

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The regular parents' meeting is held on the third Friday of each month, at 7:30, jn the Boy Scout hall at Midland. 4-H Projects • Many coming events were discussed at the last meeting of the Pierce County 4-H Leaders meeting held recently at the Steilacoom town hall. Ross LeMaster, new president, presided over the business session. The Junior Poultry' Exposition to be held in Seattle Oct. 26 and 27 was discussed by Ernest Hopp, county agent, and an. noncement was made of the new en try this year for Home Economic 4-H'ers, that of a half of an angel food cake. Many Poultry club members will be entering live and dressed birds as well as eggs and both Poultry members and Home Economic IMtallatlcm & Repalni

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members will be entering in the judging contests. Sears Roebuck & Co. entertaining all those at· tending with a grand banquet on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Kittinger and Morrill Delano reported on plans for Achievement Day to be held this year at Pacific Lutheran college Nov. 20. Frank Sampson of the Rose Society was introduced and gave a short talk -on the new rose project. It was also announced that the Pierce County Dairy .Judging team competing at the National Convention ·came in 16th. A list of award winners at the recent Yakima State 4-H Fair was given by Mrs. Florence Allen, Home Economic agent, who later attended the annual meeting of the National Home Demonstration Agent's Association in Chicago where she was Washington State's representative to compete for the "Outstanding Home Demonstration Agent of the Year." Mrs. Allen also introduced Miss Molly Sylvester, new county agent, who will be assisting her in the Home Economics department of the Extension Service. Friendship Club

Getting together for their first fall meeting, were the members of the Friendship club at the home of Mrs. Peter Teffre on Golden Given road. Each member brought a candy treat fo rHalloween to send up to the Rainier school at Buckley.

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The delicious turkey and baked salmon dinner coming up on Friday, Nov. 12, was the main topic of discussion for the last meeting of the Midland Orthopedic Guild held in the Midland Community club hall. There will be a donation of one dollar for adults and fifty cents for children. During and after the dinner, the guests will be entertained with a Country Fair. Committees named by Mrs. Hudek, president, are: Dinner, Mrs. G. Lee Galyean and Mrs. Charles Brouwer, chairmen, assisted by Mesdames Marie Carr, Vera Bolander, Opal Goebel, Adele Ladsen, Beryl Teffre and Nellie Taylor; games and booths, Mesdames Francis: Hashek, Clarence Johann, La· Verne. Olsen, Albert Asplund, Walter Corrigan; Don Kemp and Carl Taylor.

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The public is cordially invited Thursday, Oct. 21, 1954 Page9 to come out and enjoy an eveThe TIMES - JOURNAL ning of family tun and at the same time aid in the very worthYour children need y6ur votein the Puyallup district; vote while project of the Orthopedic if they are to have room to goYES Nov. 2. -Junior High BOl!ld! Guild, the new children's hos- to Junior or Senior High SchoolBoosters Adv. pital now being built. The next Guild meeting wil lbe held on Wednesday, Nov. 3, instead of Tuesday because of Election Day.

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(Continued from Page 1) and Roy Elliott in the line. John Fromm scored two Gladiator touchdowns and Frank Dancaster accounted for the other. The victory gave the home club a three-game winning streak and they will try to make it four in a row Saturday when they meet the Eastern Washington Savages at Lincoln Bowl. Game time is 8 p.m. ·

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players with the will to win would prcYbably be the best solution ·to atten.dance problems. Hutchinson, winner of 25 games for. the Rainiers in his first season in pro ball)ijs expected to bring several new players ··to Seattle due to his connections inc 1he Major . lea~ gues. Time will tell, Cardinals Lose. to Highline

The Franklin Pierce Cardinals suffered their third defeat in the Puget Sound Football League Friday night when they lost to undefeated Highline 21 to 12. After trailing 14 to 0 at the half, the Cardinals came to life and scored in each of the final two periods but couldn't overcome the Pirates' lead. Bruce Alexander was · the standout in the Cardinills' :.offense. His 43-yard :;pamper around end for the Cardina.ls' final touchdown was tile out~ standing play .ot tl'i!i! game. Rich Raden also turned in a good game offensively. Chuck Robbins and Fremont Oliver were the standouts. on defense .for. Frimklin Pierce.

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SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S

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dance at the La~~Il1~~ qomrmm- are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Averill ity hall Saturd§!Y,:ev~hfng. of McKenna. The bride was gowned ·.in They'll Be Missed Mrs. George Woolhouse and white Chantilly lace .. Her. veil Frank Niesen, who recently falling from a crown of peai:Js, passed away, will be sadly miss- was the "something borrow,ed(,. ed by relatives and many friends having been worn first by.ii ·' in the community. Deepest sym- friend in London,, England. Miss Betty Stokes was mni¢1 pathy to the bereaved families. of honor; bridesmaids were Miss (Crowded Out Last Week) Lynda Averill, sister of lhlJI Gillispie· Averill groom, and Mrs. Virgil Shep. Althea Gillespie, daughter of pard (Lois Brady). Mr. and Mrs. William Gillispie Chester Hadman sang the of Spanaway, was married Sept. bridal songs, accompanied at the 26 to William Alen Averill at organ by Bob Flint, son of Bethesda Baptist church in Ta- pastor. coma, the Rev. Marion Flint ofThe new home will be at Ash· ficia.ting. The groom's parent:S ford, Wasn!11gton.

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Congressman at Large

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A Sample Of Every Day Prices GOLD MEDAL SCRATCH, 100 L.bs. ····-·--·- .............$4.35' GOLD l\llEDAL DAIRY, 100 Lbs.•,:c ...'"'···''--··--·--·.. ·-·-··$3.63 GOLD MEDAL EGG RATION., 100 Lbs................. $4.30 ROLLED OATS, 70 Lbs, ·-·--··-···-----·-·----.. ··'•···-·•·-.........$2.75 BEET PULP, 50 Lbs................... :...... "--....·-----·---·-·------$1.25

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KEN L MEAL, 5 lb. box .............................. 65c.

49c

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LIBBY'S

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Tastewell 6 oz. ~ Small size fish 'fin TUNA .................. 23c - SARDINES ............ 9c Big Value . Mixed Razor 7 oz. BROOMS ., ........ $1.49 fa CLAMS ................ 37c

Mrs. Oliver Omat GRanite 6466

The Spanmvay Kan Do Grandmothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. :Eme,r'son· Tarpenning Wednesda:y, OeL 27, With Mrs. S. F. Kinti co~hostess. Officers will be installed by Mrs. L. \NL Garff of Tacoma, organizer for the National Federation of Grandmother Clubs. l\~Ji'I'· ·E~ward Flannery will be i:;eitted as president; Mrs. Joe Barsotti, vice president; Mts. Raymond Corbett, secretary; Mrs. Emerson Tarpenning, in Tacoma . . . U.C.L.A. looks treasurer. like a .cinch to winthe Coast Bethel P·TA football crown, but since they Bethel Hi P-TA will meet tocannot play in .the Rose Bowl night (Thursday) at the high ~gain. th.is year ·.it. looks like school with Mrs. Louis Sym. U.S.C. will meet the Big Ten mons presiding. There will be entry,. . . . Ifansas City quite an interesting program; Senior upset by not getting<Major Lea- mother:; will be hostesses for gue baseball to their. city after the coffee hour. All parents are almost having the deal consu- urged to attend. mll.ted to buy the Philadelphia Dance Saturday Ameriean.fr<mchise . , . Marv Everyone is invited to the Tommervik, ex-PLC football great, .is indeed an all-around athlete; his latest achievement at Lackland is the .mastery pf the art of Five local men are completCtfrling ... DonCockell is due for a shot at Rocky Marciano's' ing the Air Force basic military heavyweight boxing crown in training course at Lackland Air this country sometime early Force Base, Texas. They a1·e next year ... Les Richter, form. Norman M. Hale, son of Mr. a.nd er coach of the Fort Lewis team, Mrs. W. M. Hale of. Rt. 3, Box is doing an exceptional job as a 607, Tacoma; Robert J. McDon. ald, son af Mr. and Mrs. L. J. player in the pro ranks. McDonald of Rt. 7, Box 176, Tacoma; Jack W. Splane, son of Be a Booster • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Splane of Join HI-BOOSTERS! Rt. 7, Box 38, Tacoma; Daniel L. Morris, son of Mrs. Barbara Thought for the week .. Morris of Rt. 1, Box 230.B, Some people are like the bot- Spanaway, and Gordon L. Hag'tom number of a fraction, the en, son of Mr. and Mrs. James bigger they try to be, the small- F. Hagen of Rt. 1, Box 193-J, er they actually are. ' Spanaway.

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Spanaway News

The next regular meeting of Rodger Lunde Auxiliary, Veteraris of Foreign Wars, will be 'J'ue.:;;day, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Veterans hall, 11102 So. Yakima Ave. Mrs. Troy Nighswonger, president, will conduct the business session, which will include reports of standing and special committees. At the last meeting, Mrs. Paul Hall made her official visit; other visitors were Mrs. Reuben Stri)\:e, Mrs. Tommie Howell and .Mrs. Ora Ofdem.

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