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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957

Volume 12, No. 23

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Kiwa.nis Club to .·,Award ,Calf Soon

This Model Tug Is Absolute Magic

Sewer Meet At Parkland School

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Announcement is made this week that the Parkland Area Kiwanis club .will again give a pure bred heifer calf to the youngster ·~elected by the committee as best . fitted to ·receive the award. All students of Franklin Pierce and. Bethel. school districts, in grades 7th through 10th, who wish, to enter the contest may obtain the application blanks .from the school attended, the 4-H leader or from Matt Manley, chairman of the Kiwanis committee, or John Curtis or Bob Hausler, members of the com.mittee. Remember, it is a beautiful p4re bred calf. and some student will be the proud winner. Hurry!

Interest in the development of a sanitary sewer system for· the Parkland area appears to be gain· ing momentum, particularly ..in areas immediately adjacent to the present boundaries of the sewer district as it is now d·efined. Petitions have been circulated in these areas and an encouraging number of signatures have been obtained. However, lip service a.lone will not construct a sewer system; it· will require the. concerted effort of everyone interested and to this. end the commissioners of· Uie sewer district are hold1ng another meeting in the lunchroom of the Parkland school on Mon· day evening, Feb. 18, at 8:00 o'clock for further discussion of the project.

B. J. Qualheim, p1•oject engineer, is expected to be J;lrl!sent, having been detained by inclement weather from attending the last meeting. Having made a very thorough survey of the area he probably knows more about the situation than people who have lived in the area the great· er part of their life. The commissioners are hopeful that there' will be a large turn· out for this meeting and urg~ everyone that can possibly attend to do so in the interest of developing a bigger and better Parkland.

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.f:F-JA, Preschool In Joint .Meeting REMOTE CONTROL STEERING-Shown above is the amazing boat model recently completed . by Gene Ehlers of 6916 South Mason, a PBX installer for Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. and' a~ employe of the company for the past 10 years. Designed along the lines of the ;Helen Tracy, an ocean goh1g tug boat and built to a scale of 3 /8 inch to the foot, the model represents, 300 hop~s of highly skilled labor and an investment of $500. It operates on remote control for distanc!)S up t'1 thr.~ miles, as far away as Ehlers can see it, at six miles an hour responding to the electrical impulses from the panel shown at lower right. Mr. Ehlers, pictured with his model, usually runs .the 40~inch, 23-pound boat in the Sound at the Port Yacht club. He e'!joys demonstrating his remarkable model, probably the only one of its kind in existence, for any interested grouP-Boy ·Scants, Explorer Scouts, other youth aggregations, etc. The Ehlers family includes his wife Helen, three daugh· ters and a son. Photo by McKewen

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Phil Fete, manager of IGA Fcioi:ltown, invites one and all to attend IGA Foodtown's gigantic truck. .load food sale this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Prices are .slashed to rock bottom.

Parkland Neighbors club will meet in the home of Mrs. Mitch Anderson on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 8:00 j). m. Mrs. Robert Strang will be co-hostes for serving a "snack time tidbjt," Mrs. Milton Anderson and Mrs. Vern Vance will be in charge of en~ertai?ment. Mrs. Howard Prmtt will · year books. present members with

On display will be the all new 1957 Ford Ranchero; also, in vivid contrast a· 100-year-old authentic covered wagon, along with various present day Western tack. James Sales Grange is plan· Free ·coffee and cake will be ning a Basket Social Thursday served Friday and. Saturday, also evening, Feb. 21, at the Grange free balloons given Saturday hall just west of Park Avenue afternoon. on South 113th street. Also, don'tforget to pick up After a short business meetyour free Saturday theatre mat- ing the evening's program will ~!leE! Hcke.ts.)3hop ~C\i\ Foogtown start, with Mrs .. Herbert .Piper :1YlJ.E>°1'1.0 ~a:yil1gs ary' \~l~itr;i >•th"' •• as t]1e. 11e11eral chainµal]-• ·. .·. '... greatest. · · · · --Paid Adv. AU Grangers aX)d. their friends · are i:(\vited to enjoy the evenfu.g. ·The baskets should contain a light lunch ahd be fixed up so they will catch the men's eyes, for they arc the ones who arc doing the bidding. James Taylor will be. the aucCAN BE BOUGHT tioneer, assisted by Gene Henkel. AT THE

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. The Parkland P-TA and Parkland Prescho~l will hold a joint meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 8:00 p. m. to commemorate Founders Day. The meeting will be held in the Parkland grade school. gymnasium with Mrs. Richard Simpson, president of PTA, and Mrs. L. E. Wheelock, president of Preschool, presiding. Past president of PTA will be intro.duced by Mrs. Boyd Dickin. son, Founders Day chairman. Mrs. Raph Riley, Preschool program chairman, will intr.oduce past presidents of that organiza• tion. In keej)ing with the theme, "Seeing Our United States," Mr. .and ·Mrs. Raymond Langton will give an account of their recent camping trip. The Langtons, teachers in Tacoma schools, caniped in almost every state in the United States during a three.month vacation. They took pictures, which they will show, that will be of interest to anyone an· ticipating.a camping trip. The hostesses at the doors will be the 1st grade room mothe~s. Th~ 2nd grade room mothers will be m charge of the refreshments.

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Mrs. Mullins, JJOP stand; the Boy ·• Scouts, popcorn bOoth, and.· tl!e Preschool, bake sale booth. The boys }larticipating in. the boxing were: Quin Bassi arid Ronnie Van Pevanagc, draw; Raymond Otto and Lloyd ·Johnson, draw; Billy Keller and DuWayne David, draw; Danny Wood and Chuckie Burgmeir, draw; Steve Fueston and Billy Long, draw; Steven Brown OVl',>r Darryl Jacobson; Ru.sscll Brown over Bob Grass; Bob Runkel over Larry Drew; Ronnie Roddewig over Paul Denny; Ole Nybo over Ted Martin; Ervan Spencer over Freddie Minchau. Joe Jansen and Fred Lambert, former students of Woodland and now students in .Mr. Barnes' wrestling class at the Puyallup high school, put on an exhibition wrestling match.

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A number of Franklin Pierc.e high school students will be spending the weekend in Helena, Montana, where they will bo attending the Golden Day Northwest Regional Drama conference Februapy 14, 15 and 16. They will enjoy informal skits, -dances, stunts, luncheon and banquet, and a skiing party on Saturday at Belmont. Those attending are Marlene Corrigan, Elizabeth Weir, Valeria Bombardier, Niles Schomburg, Ray Sharpe, Linda Bailey, Juanita Marshall, Gloria Kreger, Dick Smith, Wayne Malray, Carol Williams, Margie Nelson, John Pederson, Dick Ballew and John Peterson and they will be accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Bailey.

The world famous St;. Olaf Lutheran choir from Northfield, Minn., will appear in sacred con· certs at Pacific Lutheran college Monday, Feb. 18. Public school students will be special guests at a matinee concert scheduled for 2:15 p. m. in the College auditorium. The evening concert will start at 8 o' clock. Singing under the direction of Dr. Olaf C. Christiansen, the 60voice group will present a program of Church music classics and contemporary sacred selections. Founded by Dr. F. Melius Christiansen, who came to St. Olaf college in 1903, the Choir took its first nation-wide tour in 1920. The present conductor took over from his father in 1943. The St. Olaf choir is the pioneer "a capella11 singing organi.. zation in America, and . the. influence of the la~e Dr. Christian· sen and his choir has been felt in school music all over the nation. The present conductor 'is a musical genius in his own right, and critics and audiences all over the nation have hailed him for his brilliant work. The Tacoma appearance of the Choir· is .under the sponsorship of the PLC Dormitory Auxiliaries No. 1 and 2. Tickets for the tw~ Monday concerts are available at Frasers, Ted Browns and PLC. A limited number of reserved seats are left for the evening performance.

Ladies Musical Club In 1957 C,onc:ert Plans H i g h ranking artists are brought to Tacoma through the Community Concerts Membership Plan, sponsored by the Ladies Musical club of Tacoma. A membership drive is being held Feb· ruary 18th to 23rd for next year's concerts. A dinner honoring the workers will be held at the New Yorker Feb. 18 at 6:30. Anyone wishing to help in the drive and attend the 'dinner may call the L~dies Musical club office in the Bon Marche or Mrs. Joe Baker, YU 9787, evenings for reserva· tions. The famous Obernkirchen Children's Choir is one Of the big attractions for this year and is coming to Tacoma on April 11. Memberships to the artist sei"ies are now on sale: adults $0.75, >vith reservation $8.00; students $3. 75, with reservation. $5.00.

Hi Boosters The regular meeting of the Franklin Pierce Hi Booster club will be held in the high school cafeteria Thursday, Feb. 21, at 8:00. Tom Elsdon, president, will preside.

Bake Sate The Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary will hold a bake sale at the Big Bear store Saturday, Feb. 16; frdm 10:00 a. m. till 5:00 p. m. Pro· ceeds will go to the Washington Association for Retarded Children. Mrs. Kathleen Skaar is chairman.

Kiwanis Club To Hear Of Travels Bert Raymond of Parkland, retired,electrical contractor, will be the speaker at tonight's Kiwanis club meeting at Trinity Lutheran chu1'ch. and will show interesting travel films. Marv Tommercik, program chairman, urges all members to share this interesting feature. Last week Herbert R. West, Boy Scout executive, talked on Scouting. He. was accomj)anied by Scouts John. Long, Bobby Roberts and Danny Holder.

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Boy Scout Week was the theme of the Court of Honor and potluck supper held by Troop 75 ill the Central Avenue school Wednesday evening, Feb. 6. Scoutmaster Donald Slencamp presented the followin.e: awards:

'Thm:sday, February 1), 1957 The.TIMES-JOURNAL Tenderfoot baclges -=- Charles Smith, Richard Filley, Bob Hansen, Ashlock, Kenneth . Arc ]Juckle; Gerald lVIcDicken, Ro:hald Sharlono, Duane h;edon. First Ciass-Terry Dawn, David Neustels, Billy Hart. Second Class - Paul Brandfas, Donald Slencamp. Merit badge, David Neustel; Quartermaster badg<', Bi1ddy Hagsti·um; patl'ol leader's stripes, Gene Arbuckle. After the Court of Honor and supper, the patrol put on skits. The Scout committee extends thanks to Mrs. L.enhard Winte,·s and Mrs. Elmer Nuestel for making new neckerchiefs for the troop. .. . Stock Raisers The Summit Stock Raisers 4"H club wiH fleet Thursday, Feb. 2i, at 7:30 at the home of the leader, Mrs. Te{p, on Canyon road. Virginia Numan and Conny Zeimer will give demonstrations; Deni1is •rerp will be the alternate. Each month members will give talks on their projectG. Baked Food Sale · The Alice Marie Helpmate club will hold a baked foods sale in the Summit· Trading Co. store Fri.day, Feb. 15, beginning at 1:30. Proceeds will go ·toward the ·pm·chase of a Cerebral Palsy walker for stricken children at the Rainier school at Buckley. Mi's. Katherine · Deady is in charge of. the· sale. In Hospital We are sorry to report that Mrs. Glen· Schanck is ill iil Tacoma General hospital. First Child Mr. and Mrs. Therman Simp· son (Betty Bellack) of Buckley

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nre. rec('.iving eongratu1atiuns_ oft Ione M:. Johnson, Pub. Chmn. the birth of the.ir first child, a MerI!bers of the posts and auxdaughter whom they hS.ve mi.med Kdste. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Beileck iliaries cofuprismg the Third of Grant av,;mue are the proud District of the Departlnent of grandjiarents. \Vashington, Veterans of Foreign \Var" are pla · ,,. . . d · t ~iisltor :-'' ' nnin° a car par y Ira S ohnson froffi Ti;,vo Riverq, .and fun night to be held Satur\rYiS., is visiting_ his cousin, l\Irs. Casper Irish, and family of Bur- day night, February 16 starting nett street. He will also visit at .8:00 in the Sumner VFW hall. Thil•d District Commander 1·elatives and friends in Canada and the NorthWest before return- John W. Johnson and Mrs. Albert ing home by >V•W of California. Loomis, Third District President, Reporter -'- Mrs. M, S.· Rau, have appointed Milton Stanley and Mrs. Ralph Rfde:in to serve ns GRanite 8391.

lowed by card games. After playing cards, several country fair gal:iies Will be plafed. The evening will close with the. ser1;ing of refre~hmenh The entertalnme:h.t, card e;amES and refr(~sh~ents will all . be included i~ a very nominal fee. The follo\ving posts 'and auxiliai-les are sponsoring the joint event which is open to the· gen• 8ral public: Wild_ West No. 9~, Ray C. Roberts No. 969, U.S.S. T3:coma iro. 2329, Elias J. lvless-

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Tree Planting Under Soil Bank Plan Is Advised·

Spanaway Food Center Book

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SHORTENING 87c Tasty Low. Calorie

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FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5:00; QUALITY PHOTb SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf

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SERVICE

Puyallup 5-2198 for Delivery or wil~ load your truck. Pit at end of 23rd Ave. S.E. Puyallup.

BABY SITTING, my home, daytime; also washing and ironing; 623 South 109th. 14p23

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LADY needs work in own home; child care, laundry, etc.; call Puyallup 5-~280 collect. 14c24 CHILD CARE; . my home days, your home nights; reasonable; HA 7987. 14c23 DAY CARE; excellent facilities for children; GR 4865. 14p24

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BALED OAT HAY; can deliver; also old violin; Goeble, Rt. 1, Box 511, Graham; phone 7-7423. 15p23

Bert Brown· Realty

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Parkland Septic Tank Service GR4426

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CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; you hau.1. or we haul; GR 7586. 3ctf

PETE SYLTE WELL DRILLING JACUZZI PUMPS Sales & Service Service on All Pumps Rt. 1, Box 4"11;), Spanaway, Wn. Phone GRanite 4748 0 WEN TAYLOR, Service Man

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WOMEN who need extra income - New representatives now eatning $50.00 or more weekly representing Avo11 cosmetics. MA 5271. 5c23 WANTED - Dependable woman for child care and light housework: GR 3563. 5c23

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LOST beh~re•m Puyallup and Fort Lewis, large sable and white collie dog named Buff. Boy's pet;. if found, call Puyallup 15-2497 collect. 6p23

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Jennie L. Grodvig .l.'OP SOIL and fill .dirt; Sunday deliveries; GR 3536 o+ 5·5094. 3ctf - - - - - - - . - .- - .- .. · WELDING ~ All lpnds ge11e1·al wade . trailers 8i1 d trailee hitchss built lo order; JOE'.S WELDING. Mt. Hu:hway, mile t0wards the :Mou!1Lj.i11 frbJn R<'Y. "Y", open evenings. GR 65S4. 3ctf

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NECCHI sewing machine returned; you take over balance of $55;. ~outh Tacoma Sewing Machine Center, 5444 South Tacoma Way. 15ctf

A-1 INTERIOR PAINTING, Zelotoning & taping; free estimates; GR 8462. 3ctf

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ALTERATIONS and tailoring, men'.s and women's; GR 4937. 14c23

Homes In Parkland Commun. $250.00 ·.DOWN ltl.es; Aoreage close In, either OON'T encourage dishonesty; locks keyed, combinations IMMED. possession. 3 bedrooms, with or wltltO ut bu II dlDgS. Screened Rd. ·Gravel changed; Parkland Cycle & partly furnished, living room, Crushed Roe* - Top Key; GR 5772 3ctf dining room, kitchen, wired 220, Soil - Drain Gravel ____, 11220 Pacific Ave. built-ins, breakfast nook, 3-pc. Offlce-.c.D,ays: GR 869~ bath, utility room, all on one 6 Days a Week HI 8315 floor, garage. 2 lots. Price $5000. 1Cven.J1rns-VU 9221, Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 40 ACRES, 3-room cabin, large $500.00 DOWN e JETS Mile B Service, Airport & Mile stock barn, good 60 foot well. will carry contract. 3OWNER Ct SUBMERSIBLES B Road, GR 9938. 3ctf $1,000 down, or will con:1 bedroom older home in good e CENTRIFUGALS sider trade on small acreage. dist. Close to bus and schools. $TURBINES 'h ACRE, 2 bedroom home, Living room, dining room, .kitchen, .electric range included, large living-dining room, el' Call GR 7281 utility room, 2-car garage. Call ectric heat, patio, garage, Ralph Decker, HI 9579. lots of flowers, shrubs and Tacoma .Pump COMPLETE fruit trees. 1 block to River· MIDLAND DISTRICT '. BEAUTY SERVICE side School. RAMBLER,. built 1952. La.nd 100 8237V:i Park Ave• HI 2177 NEA,R AUBURN Rt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma by 345. 2 good size bedrooms, -·40 ACRE stock farm,. all clearc Terms Trades lots of· closet space, large living SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· ed and. seeded to hay. Good 2 room, dinirig l:ooin, kitchen with modeling, kitc\}en ca'binets; we bedroom plastered home. sell glass· l6309fih~ark Sp!ll1 WE.BUILD·HOMES-Remodel, good builtcins, nook space. 4~pc. Large barn,. wi!l. haµdle 5Q myay; .GR,1949. · · ' 3ctf••LJ~vel ,J>mldings; crubinet work, bath.• ·h.&rdw9od floors, auto:nat;: · . ·. .. . .·· ·. ·. . . . ·• . · . ,. ·.concrete work. . ReasollaJble, ic oil furnlj.ce, large aJta¢hoo 1 head of cattle, inside feed racks.. If you are looking for CUSTOM .KILLING, poultry of .;f;cR 35'!50, •MA. 0706. 3ctf garage: ··Barn 22x14. Land· a good stock farm, better an k\nds; WA 6952. . 3ctf • • cleared,·• Price ·$12;750.00. Call check this one. Ralph Decl,er, HI 9579. BULLDOZING HOUSE. MOVING - Leveling, 20 ACRES of black loam, fencLeveling, Black Fill, Cfoaring foundations; . cement . work; ed and cleared, grade "A" Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf barn and milk house, c.hick6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 en house 48x30. 10. year old & Member of Tacoma Real Estate house, living room with fireTANK Board place, scpara te dining room, GR 3930 .CLEANING den, hardwood floors, full ATTRACTIVE house, corner basement, furnace· heat. This STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. 116th and Park; price cut for is one of the better farms. ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat WE have a 100 acre farm in fertilizer; m 2305 or GR 8259. quick sale; 602 So. 116th. 9ctf this district, too, at a reason3ctf HA 703!! HI .3980 · able price. :\,.ist yciur .real estate with us of you want to KITCHEN. CABINETS, corner SMALL CAT, bulldozing, level. CREEK PROPERTY ings, back filling; will trade sell. shelive,q, book cases; birch, fir HIGHWAY FRONTAGE FOR details on above ads, call or knotty pine; built to your wor\l: for livestock; Graham BEAUTIFUL acreage 011 Muck 3ctf Mrs. Hughes, The Farm Gal, speci1facations; get the best for 7-7661 evenings. C1·eek, 12 miles south of Taless---01y. prices are t'he lowest. SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. or Mr. Vout, HI 0503 .. Evecoma; 3 room house; well, good nings, GR 4328. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, tTacting and applfa.nces·; free garden spot; nice sparkling GR 5514. 3ctf engineering service for electric spring among trees. Look heat; GR 7064. 3ctf only $3500; be first to see this SEPTIC TANKS & WATER 8234 PACIFIC AVE. property - you vvill buy it. LlNES INSTALLED. Riley Barney Mc.Fadden , Graham LAWN MOWERS Brothers. Fhone GR 4987 or 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI GR 3204. 3ctf Serviced and Stored 8408. I Reduced Rates . Til March 1st 26 ACRES, 2 CREEKS Free Pick-up & Delivery ABOUT 5 acres cleared; good FOR RENT - Furnished apartPARKLAND land, large ban1, small chicken ment; references required; 126 CYCLE KEY ho\lse, 3croom home. Here is a East Violet Meadow, GR 0569. 11009 Pacific. Ave. GR 5772 good plac;e .to retire, very quiet lOctf and peaceful. All for $7500, PARKLAND HEATING CO., Pumping " Credit - Cleaning terms. Barney McFadden, Grah- FOR RENT - 2 bedroom modern service for any type heating am 7-337, or Mick, MA 6355, or home, partly furnished; Spana· way district; $60; GR 6554 bee BRICK & BLOCK WORK; unit; parts and filters; WU. HI 8408. liams Oil-0-Matic low pressure fore 5:00 p.m. 10p23 fireplaces a specialty; GR 7428 furnaces; 755 South 108th, GR WE SOLD YOUR NEIGHBOR'S 3ctf 4045. FARM-WE CAN SELL YOURS! 3ct.1 FOR RENT OR LEASE - New 3 100 inquiries -- Vvhat do you bedroom completely furnished ?0WER · MOWERS sharpened l1ave? No obligation till sold. house with washer and dryer; and serviced; pick-up a.nd de· Have the leader in farm sales $100 month; GR 4437 eve. 10c23 livery; Baldwj.n & Son, 947 Bulldozing - Ditching represent you. Call Barney McTacoma Ave .. MA 3431. 3ctf Fadden. Graham 7-7337, 01· Mick PARTLY FURNISHED 5 ro.om TOP SOIL • GRAVEL house with wood range; on bus MA 6355 or HI 8408. SEPTIC TANKS and line; Afrport Road. 0 and Summit DRAIN FIELDS STORKVH.LE View; $50; Rt .. 3, Box 705, PllYPhone Puya1111p 5·2452 BABY· SHOP 10p23 3ctf 3514 Pacific Ave. HI 8408 allup. Everything For Bab)' Including FOR RENT-Side-by-side duplex RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· 2-bedroom apartment, partly Juvenile Furniture struction. Puyallup sandy loam furnished;.$60; GR 4197. 10c23 9618 Pac. Ave; GR 4664 · top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30. months to :pay. GR 3ctf New & Used Machinery 3127.

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Septic Tanks Cleaned O. B. ACKLEY GR 4343 GR 7882

G.RAVELCO.

14660 Pacific Ave.

DICK DEVEREAUX REALTY Buying er Selling

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">EORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, .!feating." New work. Remodel. BRICK WORK - House level- mg, Rapairs. Phone GR 44.77. 3ctf ing and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace, and stone work, GR 4291. 3ctf 4111

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can you lose? Call Duane Cheetham, GR 8691 days, GR 6204 eves. MR. BUILDER HERE is a 1 bedroom home finished in knotty pine. PLUS a start on a 4 bedroom home next to it. Thi;ire is an acre of fond, a barn and a chicken house. Take it for $6400, Call Gene Underwood, GR 8691 days, HA 9127 eves. BUILDING SITE 1 ACRE near Collins & Canyon, water and lights at door,. no shares to buy. Size 70x650 deep. Sacrifice at $575.00, Call any salesman.

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120 ACRES - $8950 GOOD HOME and outbuildings. Year-round creek with river in back of property. You can't afford to miss this. Call Bill Black, GR 8691 days, GR f3272 eves. 21/2 ACRES - SUMMIT AREA ONLY $5500 for corner 2ih acres with modern 3 bedroom

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2'h Car Garage House and . Apartment just recently .re-decor· ated inside and out. C!!I Located in Parkland, on corner lots near school, bus line and stores. ct Apartinent is now' rented and has. never been vacant more than few clays at a. time. 411 Here's a chance to let one place pay for the property and .Ii ve rent free, or rent both and have income while paycing for property. 8 Paymeµt on both house and apartment only $60. FULL Pf,.ICE $J.0,600. Approximately $3,600 down. .For this good deal call owner GR. e •

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AUTOCRAFT v IN c E '$

AUTOCRAFT SHOP

· 10S22 P11eific Hiway S.W. Open EVery Day LA 9939 STALL RENT $. 75 Per Hour ARE YOU UNHAPPY abou.t the Ill.st . oil price increase? Let us J?rove to you tha.t we can save you $$$$$ if you live within two miles of. ow b.ulk plant. I)on't defay, . caff today! GR 8173, Lapenski's .Home ·of Clean Oils, 9920 Pacific Ave. 15ctf SHE WILL . .BE HAPPIER with . a Hoover, (I'll .be happier with your motley). New (I walk on air) Hoover Constellation; fiifl l~h.p. ·. motor, ccimpl<Jte . with double stretch. hose, magic telescope .. wand, .roll around rug brush and attachments. Was nationally advertised at $97.50; now $59.95 (and your old whisk broom). PARKWAY FURNI" TURE, 141st & Pacific,Open till 9:00; GR 3941. 15c23

TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. ginnjng and advanced. Call Jim Nylander, GR 0574. 15ctf BEST OFFER - '51 Ford panel truck; Mercm-y outboard motor, Mark .15; 4006 automatic Remington gun; 773 Polk, GR 3378. 15c23 BROKEN Automobile glass and fire damaJge in upholstery? Bring your car and insurance policy direct to . WI for quick adjustment. 25% discount on glass: Seat covers and convert~ ible tops instalJP.d. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY, 816 So. Tacoma Ave. ;MA 2200 15ctf WA,NT INFORMATION from anyone' who saw the accident at 121st and Pacific Saturday, Feb. 9, at· 4:15 .p.m., a car hitting s bicycle; call GR 6983. 15c23 COPE BROS., buyers of all kinds of poultry; 102 South 72nd St.. HA 4406. 15c1Jf

Estimates For ••• Home Wiring Remodel, Dryet's, Electric Heat, J!:mergency Service Call

WEBB ELECTRIC Days GR 7463 • Eve. GR 4437 FOR SALE - Phil!ipine Mahogany chest of drawers and twin size .bookcase headboard; Like new!! Both for$30; GR 4968. ' 15c23

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FOR SALE - Used heatel's at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; WASl:lING MACHJl'IB l".i\RTs; GR 8684; 120th & Parific Ave 15Mi Largest stock in town. ij.epajr_ ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer FOR SALE - Hotpoint electric Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9400: range in good. condition $50.00; llctf 610· South lllth St., GR 5355. 15p23 COMPLET.E '!'ACOMA UPHOLSTERY Automotive .Jtepaira S[lecial on reupholstering dav. Big Selection of enport, ·chair, as low as $129. Parts &, Aei:essorles Davenos $49.00; Rocker. $29. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR -~2"7; 15ctf MODERN·daveno and two chairs, ne.ar ·hew condition, $37.50; refrigerafor, near new unit, $42.50; bassinette for the new baby, '57 FORDS & : CHEVROLatts; hear.· new,· special this weekend, wholesale. ·prices..· SMAL:LEY $7.95: Come in, see for yourMOTORS, 10410. Pacific /;.ve., self.. Yo.u save money at U. B. GR 4060 anytime, evening:;, SAVINGS M:ART, 12603 Pacifie 1'.ic23 12ctf Ave., Parkland. Sundays..

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Pierce County farmers wili have the opportunity this spring to see· one of the newer develop· ments in forestry, a mechanieal tree planter. "This implement PRIVATE driver training lessons. Dual control car. Reasonable; will be available to farmers wh.o phone GR 4495. 15p23 have signed up to plant trees -----"·· · f 11 1 TAP, ACROBATIC,· BALLET A verv specrn program u under the Soil BankS program," F : . d f . t t t says Loren Curry, tate arm classes, All ages. Mildred of surprises an o m eres o Forester for Pierce County. Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf young and old has hee1'. arranged The first two land owners parFOR SALE-David Bradley trac- for Wednesday evemng,. Feb. ticip.ating in the county are Oscn.r tor, $325 value for $165; HI 20, wh~n the Harvard-Midland Anderson, Jr. and Melvin Deck 3003, BR 3022. 15c23 P-TA will meet at ~arvard school from the Eatonville area. It is at ~:00. Thei:e will. be _a short planned to announce the dates busmess mcctmg, w1'.h. Mrs. Ed- of these plantings so others may ward J~ckson presid'.ng. Hal see the equipment in operation. Evans will speak on nnportant E h of the above owners is legislative matter7 now at hand. ·pl:~ning to take 10 acres out ~f Founder's Day will be observed d ·t· n nd plant to a . h d Th crop pro uc io 30 Day Free Trial and past presidents ~nore : e tr~cs. Under the Soil .Bank pro20 Year Guarantee high!ight of ~he e~em~g will be gram they will be repaid up to Goodyear Air Foam earned out m a This Is Yo~r 8 001, ·of the cost of planting as Famous Red'iLine Foundation Life" program theme. At this we~ as a yearly allotment per time, a life membership will be acre; . awarded. to. a d eserving pe:;son S'tate Soil Bank Forester Al 141st &, Pao. Ave. GR 3941 in the district and honor g.1ven -· 'D. · f m Olymp·ia who 0 'al . . .. onne11, ro , . Op~n Till 9:00 p.m. h Y 0f· spec!' rec~g- · t~ ?thers wort su the use of the · - - - n!tion The P-TA program ·chm*< ' •• ,, ., .... , ..!P,ervise · · . ·· ·, · • . · , · · FOR SALE Protectograph check · planting machme, indicates that writer. An older model, but in man, Mrs. Walter Eshpetcr, urges these machines are capable of excellent condition. Good for past teachers, members, alumnae 1 . b t lO 000 d 12 · · d p antmg e ween , an ,years of hard use, $15. In- and interested ~nen ~ to come OOO seedlings a day; 500 tre<Js quire at Times Journal Office. out and share in this eventful . . h d th . . . hand planted is a good days wor 1' BUILDING or remodeling your evenmg; 4t gra e mo e1s Wl11 for a man. It was also announced kitchen? Save money on these be. hostesses. that the State Nursery ha.s made new American or Crosley metal Boy Scouts available one million two-yearcabinets, sink. One each 66" Sixteen parents attended the old seedlings for this program. double sink unit with lower cab· inets, broom closet and cabin- parent meeting held in the Boy Cost to participating farmers will ets for above range, refrigerat- Scout Hall Wednesday evening, be $6.50 per thousand seedlings. or' Will sell at good discount. Feb. 6. The Boy Scouts are plan- It will be necessary for those Dick Kirsten, Roy; mile east of ning a hike and weiner roast. for participating to get their orders McKenna school. · Phone Yelm Friday, Feb, 22, George Wash- in as soon as possible since the 3679. 15p23 ington's birthday. ·. . . surplus seedlings will be re· I All the Scouts' dads arc urged leased for other users in March. 4'11 SAWDUST to come out to a work party to Further information on the soil SHAVINGS take care of some needed repairs bank land forestation program is 8 UPLAND SLAB on Saturday morning, Feb. 16, at available from the Agricult~rnl G ANDERSON , 9:30 a. m. Stabilization and Conservat;on Valentine Games Nite Committee, Soil Conservat10n FUEL CO. You and your family are in- Service and the State Div!sion of BR 8311 · vited to come out and enjoy an Forestry Farm Forester m Puycvening of fun and games this allup. Also from the County PARKLAND FURNITURE New and used miscellaneous; Friday evening, Feb. 15, in the Agent's office, courthouse, Ta" . . Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. Midland Improvement Club Hall, coma. Since the ooil Bank sign up dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf starting at 8:00 p. m. Members of the St. John of the Woods must be completed by March 15, FOR.SALE - $25 kitchen range, parish are sponsoring this Val- Farm Forester Curry urges all oil burner; can also burn wood or coal; can burn all 3 fuels at entine "Evening of Ga.mes" party interested farmers to not delay same time if desired; 1215 So. and the public is cordially invited. submitting applications. 109th, 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. 15p23 to attend. The men of the newly formed Holy Names Society franklin Elem.' will be in charge of the games Ace Menu under the leadership of the re- School BmlLDOZING • DITCHING February UHa, 1957 GRAVEL _ TOP SOIL - SEPTIC cently elected officers: president, Monday-Chicken noodle soup, TAh'KS • DRAIN FIELDS, Earl Hopkins; vice president, Wil1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup liam Gwynn; secretary, Oscar egg sandwiches, chocolate chip Phone Puyallup 5·2452 Qunell; treasurer, Edward Cody. cookies, milk. 15ctf Refreshments ;vill be served by Tuesday-Chili and crackers, the Altar Society .with Mrs. Wal- buttered cornbread and jelly, apLOCAL HAY - Bal!i'd; thick; butt ter Vailencour, president, and the pie wedges, milk. roofing, rock wool, barb wire; Ch'cle being orgi:mi~ed by Mr~. Wednesday- Hamburger stew 5 (iR. 8018. .. .... ·. ·.. •. . . 1 c23 William Gwynn Jn,. C~IJ.l'.ge,- .';the anq ;.v!'lgetables,. whole wheat :BABY FUR:NITlJRE new and ladies ~ill also have a novelty yeagt: rolls, fruit, milk. used for sale or re~t; . booth supervised by Mrs. q. A. .. Thyrs(la,y - Pot.ato chips, hot SMALL FRY EXCHANGE · Garmack. · Bring your family ·and' ·'dog; buttered corn, cookie, milk. 1109 Market St., BR 9505. friends and enjoy a wonderful Friday-Holiday. 15ctf . ---·----evenmg. freshments. Mrs. Frank Baskett, FOR SALE - Rollaway bed, Club Is Busy lender, returned the girls' last never used, double, $15; GR The January meeting of the year record books and Donna 4137. 15c23 D· . d B F' · Happy oms an usy ingers Ayers, Sally Hansen, Kathie P·IANO LESSONS -'- Classdcal club was held at ~he home of Jones, Janet Bombardier, Georgia and modem. Reasona:b'le a:ate. Mrs. Dewey Fox m Puyallup. Gemmell, Nadine Olsen, Faye CaH GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf Sewing, flower arrangements and Hendricks, and Connie Townsend FOR SALE - Shot gun, 12-gauge knitting were enjoyed . by t~e received blue ribbons and Janet Stevens pump, a.nd shells; $40; group. The next meeting will Newman received red. terms; GR 4137. · 15c23 be held at the home of Mrs. The girls plan to take a sewing . h t Leland Lauderback. Present at course at Singer Sewing . Center' FOR SALE - Siegler · ea ers . · M d at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; this meeting were es ai:ies making drill skirts, startmg SatGR 8684; 12ofu & Pacific Ave. John Solomon, Donald Becker, urday, Feb. 2. 15ctf Charles Guenther, Edward Cody, The hostesses served refresh- - .Richard Jensen, Wallace Thomas, ments from a table decorated in BIN~CULARS-7-35 power pre- Leland Lauderback, Gerald Vet- the Valentine motif with a red c1s1on ground; $25; terms; GR ter and tl;te hostess. tablecloth centered with a red 4137. 15c23 'd I Sh ' · Br1 a ower . plastic ti·ee trimmed with red USED SINGER light weight portMembers of the Harv~rd-Mi~- heart candies. Also present, beable $28; South Tacoma Sewing land and Larchmont Firemen s side the members and leaders, Machine Center, 5444 South Ta·· Auxiliary honored Mrs. Charles were Mrs. Walter Corrigan, Mrs. coma Way. 15ctf Hancock (the former Joyce Floyd Ayers, Mrs. Walter Olsen, GOOD IRISH SETTER for sale; 2 yance) with a show~r celebrat- Valeria Bombardier and Nina years old; $40; must sell; HI mg her recent .weddmg, C'.a'?es Ayers, junior leaders, who talked 5082. 15c23 were playe<l, ';'~h Mrs. Vl'.1Ili~m on keeping good record books. Shanahan rece1vmg the winnmg Visito1·s award. The refreshment table Martin Hammar, son of Mr. M. FOR SALE OR TRADE - 4 show cas.e 8 dft. .Jd~ng. dGlass was centered with a beautifully o Hammar who is a railroad fronts, nurrore s 1 mg oars, d th h · . . '·· ' · GR 7082. 15c23 decorated ca1<e an . e . onor- man from Alliance, Nebraska, ed guest was presentc<l -y1th an spent a week of his vacation reaut.omatic coffeemaker and some cently with the Hammar family dishes. The pai·ty was held in the on East 90th. Miss Joann Morud visited with fire hall with Mrs. Carlton B. Smith and Mrs. Andrew Chri.st- her family last weekend from ensen Jr. as hostesses. Besides Portland, Oregon, where she The Alice Marie Deady Health the honored guest and hostess- started her nurse's training rcclub will hold a bake sale Satur- es, those present were Mesdames cently at the Emanuel hospital. Reporter _ Marlene Corrigan, day at the Summit Trading Co. Frank Johnson (mother of the Store, proceeds to be used for bride), Robert Hardy, James GRanite 8545. Alice Marie Deady, six, who has Hartley, Frank Baskett, Albert Bombardier, Ralph Taylor, Floyd multiple palsy and is blind. Ayers, George Turner, Richard P-TA . Clover Creek P-TA will meet Johnsen, William Shanahan, Geo. Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 8:00 p.m. Pyette, Day Smith, Lesley Roley · at the school. The Founders Day arid Viola ·Burston. Cloverbuds program will be presented by the Janet Bombardier and her Good Frieze Covers Girl Scouts (Mrs. Grosvenor, leader) and the Cub Scouts mother were hostesses to the 5" Foam Rubber (Mrs. Wallace Bagley, Den members of the Midland 4-H Cushion Cloverbuds Tuesday evening, Jan. Mother). ($59.50 Value) 30. Janet. gave a demonstration Grange . Clover Creek Grange will meet 011 "Fruit Cocktail Dessert" in the hall Feb. 15 at 8:00 p.m. which was later served for re·

SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES- MIDLAND Fhone GR 3330, Patty Ann 12c23 Bakery. 15ctf

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good looking, go.;-d · b;;l~~r; · ~~·;d~ slight repairs; cheap; GR 5198. 15c23

BRAND NEW Ame1·k;;- mad~ poi·t~ble light weight sewing ma.chine with 12 ·atta~hments, $33; Sou.th Tacoma Sewiµg Ma· chii10 Center, 5444 South ·ra~ coma Way. l5cif

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Ladies Club The Clover Creek Ladies club will .meet ~~d enjoy a Valentine party at Mrs. Donna Anderson's home. Mrs. Christy Lawman is president. 7th Grade Party The. Clover Creek 7th g·rade bad If party Saturday at the home of Judy Drexler. Present were Dean Ferguson, Sandy Anderson. Judy Drexler, Sandy I·~indGt, !1·!0nica Gu11<l~.fS(1ri, !-Tor .. ma Gunderson, Jimmy McGee, Billy Wolff, Sue Ferguson, Ernest Treadway, :Margaret Boerger, Larry Ferguc;on, Margaret Douthe1't and Mary !nm Ecstlcr. I-I 1j~tcss_es were Ivfrs. Ge61~ge Drexler, Mn. Ferguoon and Mrs. Boerger; refreshments were serv-

$48.88 Parkway

ed. !n Hospital Mrs. T. W. Smith, mother of Mrs. George Drexler, is reported very ill in the hospital. Ralph McCorkle is recoveri11g from in· . juries suffered in a fall. Reporter - l'vlrs. William Dalby, GRanite 6737.

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Elk Plain Grange joined with Elbe and James Sales Grariges for a gavel meeting Feb. 4 iii the Sales Grange hall. Elk Plain put on the .program, with an imitation of Elvis Presley by Leroy Haskins, a piano solo by l:tita Ray Sartain, a read-

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$d;ithidt, A!Jn .. Dorfner, .· Jessie Sar~aiii. and Beverly Darling, .are :Planhihg activities for Yotmg per.•ple of the group, P-1'A El/ Plain P·TA will mi;et at the school Feb. 20 at 8:00 p.fn. Save the. Date Feb. 20 is the cl.ate of the big smoker at Bethel high school gym. Sponsored by Bethel Hi PTA, the event will raise money for lavatory facilities on the athletic field.

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Money Raiser The Kc·y club of Bethel high school is holding a novel campaign to raise money_. for the March of Dimes. In thi;> campaign t)1e students of Bethel will elect the "Ugliest Man In The School." Ballots will be sold at a p'enny each. All inoney raised will go toward the March of Dimes. Basketball The White River Hornets \\'ill travel to Bethel tomo1TO\V evening for another WCL game. The reserve game will begin at 7. o'clock, and following the gam<1

PHONE LA 8908

e Plumbing ~ Electrical Wiring o Lumber IA! Fishing Tackle e Paint & 1-la'rdware

NIGHTS & SUNDAY

Parkland IGA Bldg .. GR 3434

MILL & .. RETAIL YARD 9701 ·Portl1l'nd Ave. GR 5844.

U. S. _Fdrces, Gei·matJ._y

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ma11n, wh6se wife, Ruth, lives at 10402 South A· Street, Park~ land, Wash., is a nieinber. of the 264th Field Artillery Battalion in Germany. . The. sergeant attended the tJ!liversity of Wisconsin. there will be a Valehti!le's dancie sponsored the Honor chi.b. A prize will be awa1·ded. Reporter - Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GRaliite 7658.

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SPANAWAY • • •

Recreation

Recreation r1an Gaining Support

~panaway

The Spana~ay Progresive Community club urges all parents, other interested individuals and dvic groups to meet with the

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committee at the school. lunchroom at early date, to be announced. In. the planning stage and soon to be started, according to enthusiastic sponsors, is a large playfieid with supervised recreation for children at Spanaway. Plans include facilities for baseball, football, basketball, volley ball, tennis, horseshoe pi~ching and other outdoor activities. Also included in plans ~vill be new \\.rashrooms and a new modern building with kitchen facilities. Th.ere will be some playground equipment for the younger chi!-

an

ai·en at the park but the main playground for the youngsters will be at the Spanaway school where the additional facilities and equipment will be installed. A · supervised wading pool also is planned. The pledged co-operation of the Spanaway school, Bethel school district board, the Metropolitan Park board and Pierce County Commissioners makes these projects possible. Improving Friends wil be glad to learn that Don Whitfield has been released from the Navy hospital at San Diego. First believed to be polio, his illness proved to be meningitis.

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PASTEURIZED MILi{

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PARKLAND GOSPEL CHAPEL

GARBAGE SERVICE

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ALL WELCOME

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We Furnish Everything

ICE CREA.1\ii

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present were Mesdames Emerson· Tarpening, Oliver Omat, Grace Splane, Emily Ball, Margaret Wright, Madge Pillsbury. All members sent best wishes to Mrs. Edward Flannery, who was ill. P-'l'A Board The executive board of Spanaway P-TA met Feb. 6 at the home of Mrs. Robert McKinnell. Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mrs. Trav Dryer, Pierce County P-'l'A Res0urse representatives, were visitors. Present were Mesdames Phil Taylor, Morgan Webh, Roy Norgan, Frank Petoski, Andrew Qualland, Luther McAninch, Oliver Omat, John Iverson and Rudy Engebretson. Sympathy Deepest sympathy to the fam-

iiy of Mrs.

Paulina Betscl:iarfwho''";with-S3s:··-passed away last Friday. ·

Lead Parldand

11102 So. Y akfilla ,

Richard W. Knittle, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Mornings Worship 11:00 a.m.

· Phone HA 3301

Evangelistic Service 8:00 p.m.

CERAMICS .... ··BY VEE Firing

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Copes and Fletchers moved into a two way tie in the Parkland Merchants Bowling League Monday night with identical 12-4 records. Aetna Life Insurance is close behind with an 11-2 mark with Smalley's fourth with 10c6. High single honors went to Roy Marshall who rolled a 199 while Jack Bowers had tho high series

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Complete Stock of RENTAL ·TOOLS SANDERS EDGERS POLISHERS HAND SANDERS HOUSE JACKS

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Greenware

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Square Dance Class shine, Mrs. Emerson Tarpenning; Adult square dance lessons will publicity, Mrs. William Walin; be given by Tony Marsh and Elsie buyers, Mrs. Robert Steidel .and Whidner in the old Spana.way Mrs. Don McLellan; pins, Mrs. school gym Thursday, Feb. 14 Beulah Ballard; birthday, Mrs. from 8:00 to 10:00 p. m.; charge, Jack Henrickson; record book, $1.00 per couple. Mrs. Harry White. Preschool After the business session Mrs. Spanaway Preschool will meet Phil Taylor, who is leaving soon Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 8:00 p. m. for Scotland, was surprised with in the school cafeteria; hostesses, a handkerchief shower. Hostesses Mrs. Norma Norgan; Mrs. Jean were Mesdames Louis Symmons, Beck and Mrs. Marion Tiani. ""Harry ·Thomas, Phil Taylor, Irwin Firemen,. Auxiliary .. Timm, Emerson Tarpenning and The Spanaway Volunteer Fire- William Walin. men and Auiliary met last MonFi·iendl D day evening. Auxiliary President ' . . Y ozen . Mrs Oliver Omat announced the The Friendly Dozen Birthday foll~wing chairmen: Ways and club· met at Luigi's _laot Thursmeans, Mrs. Louis Symmons; so- ~'lay·; t.he hoi:ored b1r~hday. becial, Mrs. Edward Larson; sun- mg Mrs. Maria Kanton s ..Others

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On All Makes of Radios & TV Sets

FIBER FLOWER

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Equipped to Repair PICTURE TUBES

SUPPLIES Call & Register For Classes

Ed Weiss

10 - 3 Daily .t!..11'11 74'111'11".t Tues & Fri. Eve. ~n. &. 71 ~

233 Garfield St.

GR 4458

981 l Pacific Avenue

GR.anite 7311

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Big Bear scores agaillil wit~ the biggest meat bargains of This is absolutely the finest of Swift"s Premium beef at really dramatic low prices. Shop at Big Bear and stock your freezer with Swift's prremi_um quality meats!

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The very finest! Swift's Premium Quality!

WESTERN MAID

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Yellow cubes of flavorful smooth-spreading margarine at our wonderful low pll'ice.

POUND

Sweet Florida Pinks! Seedless and thinmskinned Florida ..grown Grape· fnJiit. 'Pink meated and loaded with sweet jadee. In popular 96 size.

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Top quality local ranch eggs guaranteed strictly .fresh at Big Bear or your money back!

Each, Only

LARGE HEAD LETTUCE

CHOICE ROUND STEAK

Per Lb.

Solid and crisp large heads of Arizona

59

SWEET NewNEW CARROTS 5 crop of tender, coreles.s California carrots! Pei· Lb.

Boneless Top Rounds, tender, juicy and well-ti·immed.

SIRLOIN TIP ROASTS

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Boneless· tender roasts, unusually juicy and flavorful.

CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK

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A fresh new crop of Florida Tomatoes, ripe and full flavored.

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share. of. the crown. Last year they took undisputed top honors and the year before they tied with Whitworth. Same Starters .Coach .Marv Harshman, whose Lutes grabbed at least a tie last week when they slammed CPS 87 -70, will probably stay with his regular starters. They incl.ude Rq,ger Iverson, Jack Sinderson, Chuck Curtis, Jim VanBeek and Nick Kelderman . o;;'Feb: 21 the Lutes head for Central. Washington to close out the season and .await for the NAIA 'playoffs set for March 4-5-6. CPS Little Trouble Agailist CPS last week the Gladiators had little trouble with their cross-town rivals as they dumped them for the 10th time · in four years. PLC built a 49-28 halftime lead and pushed it to 66-35 early in the second half bofore they eased up. Curtis aced PLC with 26 points followed by Iverson with 21 and VanBeek with 16. Reserve Tom

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by FPank Frani,ch

The Franklin Pierce Cardinals head toward the closing .str 0tch PLC fans are wondering about the NAIA playoffs. GRanite 0223 . of the 1956-57 ba~ketball season PAGE 7 PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH. as they play their fmal home As of Monday the site and opponent of the Lutes - games Friday and Tuesday nights were still not known, but the dates will be March 4hosting Sumner and Clover Park. p~6. And the playoff will be held at the home court Apparently out of the race as of the Lute's opponents ... whoe'ver they may be. far as winning a berth for the Actually Gonzaga, St. Mll.rtin's and Seattle Pacijic West Central District .Tourna- are all entitled to the spot and a playoff may have to ment in March, the Cardinale ars be arranged between those three earlier. still attempting to grab wins in their final three games with hopes of climbing into the first PLC is still leading the Evergreen loop in scoring division. as they have an average of 75.7 points per game. Last week the Cards upset Whitworth is next with 73.2. The Lutes defense is Enumclaw for their third.·. win second with a 56.0 mark while British Columlbiia is in-a-row over first division first with 53.7. · teams. But on Friday they fell Chuck Curtis is second inindividual scoring with before league winning and un- 19.2. Leading is vVhitworth's Marv Adams who is beaten Highline 48-33: averaging 23 points. Rog Iverson is fourth with 15.5. Against Highline ·the . Cards again gave them a tough battle . . . . . and never trailed more than . More statistics show that Curtis IS fourth m the eight .points until the closing Pacific Northwest scoring with 387 points. Elgin Bayminutes of the> game. · loi· of Seattle is first with 561. Adams of Whitworth is Gary Moore lead Franklin second with 415. Pierce with 11 points·and' Jerry · Iverson is 11th with 323 two points behind Hoxsey added. 7. , .... ,,.,., .. ,.,.... ,, .., ..Bruno Boin .of. Washington. In other games Friday Sumner . .·. · grabbed its second win of the In Puget Sound League· statistics John Merritt, year, again over Clover Park Renton, is·still on top with a 15.9 mark followed close42-41. Renton held on to third place edging Auburn 49-42, and ly by Dave Morely, Clover Park and Dennis Hay, Kent-Meridian held second by Kent-Meridian, with 15.4. Dick Groom of Franklin Pierce is 13th with an dumping Enumclaw 53-45. Other games this Friday in- even 10 average and Ron Hovey is 16th with 8.6. clude Puyallup at Clover Park, Jerry Hoxsey is al.so among the top 20 with 7 .3 for Highline at Enumclaw and Kent- 20th spot. Meridian at Auburn. Franklin Pierce plays its last Next Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7 :30 p.m. is the EYE THIRD TITLE-PLC's starting five (left to right) Roger Iverson, .Jim VanBeek, Nick Kelder- game Feb. 21 at Puyallup. Bethel high school smoker and wrestling match man, ·Chuck Curtis and Jack Sinderson get .last minute• instruct.ions· from Coach Marv Harshman against Stadium. Pat McMurtry is expected to be on prior to tonight's game with Western Washington. The Lutes need ·the win to clinch the Evergreen hand as an official. title. Already in a tie, the Lutes have had part of the last three crowns. Photo by McKewen Washington's basketball squad So head for Be,thel W edResday night 'for an outleft today-Valentine's Day~by standing sports event . • • right here in our area. plane to Eugene to do battle tomorrow and Saturday nights Rolling Bee Bowling L with the Oregon Ducks. Margaret Heim and Mary Fink The teams met a couple of took individual honors in the weeks ago in Seattle in a single Only one game remains for-----------~-­ Rolling Bee Women's Bowling non-conference game, and Washeach club in the West Central Other games include Fife at loop Monday at the Paradise ington emerged the winner, 64HEADQUARTERS FOR cage league as all squads are idle White .River, Orting at Yelm and Bowl as Heim rolled a 59 series 63, after a thrilling finish. and Fink a 185 single. until Feb. 21 as far as loop a~­ PePninsula at Vashon. Last week Eatonville moveC: Wheel and Cruwler Tractors Carisa Brothers moved into tion is concerned. But on Feb. into the league lead when they the top spot with a 9-3 record 21 Bethel is at Eatonville for a romped over Vashon 57-27 while followed by H & W Wiring with • Terrill Chain Saws crucial tilt. Nursing Fife upset Peninsula 40-30 and 8-4 in second. With the loop race going right Orting .. dropped. Bethel 58-53 in 10816 Portland Ave. GR5'395· Phyllis 'Myers and Doris Kamto the wire, each of the Feb. 21 a thrilling overtime. ALSO PLENTY OF USED TRACTORS games are of much importance. A Restful Home _ TO CHOOSE FROM. SPECIAL PRICES!! Eatonville, paced by an even cheff picked up the only splits.

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Thm'sday, February'l4,)957 The TIMES- JOURNAL

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Their efforts netted more than $30 which, with other polio collections, made a good showing for the community. Accidents Gerhard Loden had a shock when he reached home Friday evening, Feb. 4, from Grange meeting. He found his mother lying on the floor with a bro1ren leg. She had fallen asleep in her chair and had fallen. Taken to the Morton hospital, examination revealf.'d that the break was

,Mothers March .Nels Over S30 On the evening of Jan. 31 Mrs. Oberta Bartels and Mrs. Jessie Fitzer, the Marching l\fothers, covered the whole of Elbe in house to house visitation for the Polio fund. · It was a miserablie night and they were soaked through hut did not give up.

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so even and clean'.' that a cast was not needed, though she will be in a wheel chair for sorne time. She is reported fairly com.,, fortable. Carl Hale. who has been helping at the little Wa~iside Mission, is recovering from a douhle fracture of the leg and is out of the hospital. He visited his sister, Mrs. Casey Sv.ranson, and friend.s in Elbe Friday. Mill Starts The :Blbe Shingle mill of Henry Horn and John Boom started sawing again last Thursday afte1· being shut, down because of bad weather. Basketball On Tuesday night, Feb. 5, Frank Mettler Jr. drove tG Eatonville with :i;;;lhe boys who play on the Eatonville high school team for th0 games played by White River school, Buckley and Eatonville high school. Eatonville won both games. Elbe players are Frank Mettler (Son.; ny), Jim Bennett, Dr.le Rahie1' and Bill Fitzer. The Elbe Lionc. club were hc,2f to the Colu1nhia Crest grndf school basketball squad Wednes day evening Feb. 6, for a ti•if to Tacoma to see the PLC-CPS game in the CPS Field House. 1

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... . Thursday, February 14, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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around to the Waller Road Grange dinner Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Community hall, 64th and Waller road. Sei.-ving will be from 5:30 till 8:30 p .. m. Mrs. E. D. Costantini is in charge, ably For the best Southern style assisted by her Home Economics ham dinner yet, be sure to drop committee. Decorations in festive

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16. The Feb. 1 meeting was at COLLINS • • • , the home of Barbara and Antje Fashion Show Kaiser. The March Meal Preparation Contest was discussed Tacoma Activettes, women's and demonstrations were given auxiliary of the Tacoma Active by Trudy Williams on stuffed toclub, will hold a fashion show mato salad. Refreshments were Friends and neighbors gather- Friday, Feb. 15, at 8:00 p. m. in served by Mrs. N. C. Anthony. ed Wednesday evening at the the Lakewood Fireside room, Harry Vawter home for a miscel- Lakewood center. Garden Club laneous shower honoring Sharon Diane's Apparel of Parkland Though attendance was cut by Johnson, financee of K e i t h will provide the models and fashbad weather, the Feb. 7 meeting ions. Tickets may be had at the of the Waller Road Garden club Shafer. offered an .informative talk on Present were Mesdames Keri door. African violets and geraniums Otto, Bill Otto, Max Effenberger, Proceeds of the s4ow will be Custom by Mrs. H. 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Ave. Span away mothers of the girls form a group ried Saturday evening, Feb. 16, m. in the Fruitland Grange hall. in Trinity Lutheran church, Park- Three trustees, a president and a vice. president will be elected land. l6cOz. Cans Home Again a~d President Clarence E. Otto Mrs. Ira Reese has returned will report on the business of the home from Victorville, Calif., past year and future plans. 15-0z. Cans Rich in vlatmins and minerals. where she was called by the Of interest to members will be death of her daughter, Mrs. the presentation of the revised • • Charles Sabalaski. by-laws as requested by sharePerfect for '·'Easy Do" desserts, crushed 20-0z. Can Sympathy holders at the last annual meetSympathy is extended to the ing, to be submitted for approval Robert Guy faniily on the recent at this time. A good representaYellow Cling, for salads or shorteakes. No. 21/2 Can passing of Mrs. Guy's fat:liei' af"tion«;if,shareholders is requested . • • • 29c Rainier, Ore. neighborhood until Feb. 23, Campfire 14-0z. Bottle Adds real flavor to meat dishes. Reporter~Mrs. Harold BurgeThe Campfire Girls are selling • • • • 8 • s~m, GRanite 764.0. chocolate mints throughout the The B~ans with that wonderful sauce .• No. 21/2 Cans to stand firmly behind them in their projects. The recently orCans ganized Waller Road Lassies 12-0z. Caµ Rich in protein, a hearty meal. ~' Mothers club named Mrs. George Baker chairman. Plans have been • • made to raise funds to send the 16-0z. Can Lots of juicy, lean corned beef. qualified girls ~o State and County Camps. Large • • 4-H Lasies 16-0z. Cans The Waller Road 4-H Lassies will hold a bairn sale March 2 at • • the A-A Meat Market at Lake-. 24-0z. Can wood. The girls are also starting • • • '° •• 37e a paper drive-for pick-up call WA 7029 (Baker), HA 2372 24-0z. Cans c/jJ:,f,,~ With beans, a family favorite (Beuchler) or HA 7723 (Hulsch~7cr). Magazines are especially apA delicious, quick & easy meal ! Sweet, tender, flavorful preciated. $-Oz. Can Family Size, ideal for lunchboxes. Sick List • • 29c Kenneth Samuelson, son of the Cliff Samuelsons, recently underQt. Jar Adds "oomph" to any sandwich. Cans Cans went an appendectomy. WHOLE • • • 39e Michael Vasicko is home again and reported doing well after minor surgery at Good Samaritan l-Lb. Ctn. SHADY LANE, FRESH hospital. Service News II II Ill II II Ill Ill Lorrance Notton, son of Mr. Can and Mrs. H. Notton of East 64.th St., has enlisted in the U. S. Navy. ,For everything you bake James Church of 71st and or fry - use Crisco Vickery has re-enlisted in the Can It's digestible! U. S. Navy. Tom. Farley is home on leave from the U. S. Navy; his parents are the Clair Farleys of 66th and Waller road. 'l'w.o Waller ·Road youth embarked on a tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force Wednesday, .. 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