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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1957

uber T Belle King Guild The Belle King Guild of the 'Washington Association for Retarded Children will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 21, at the home of Mrs. Richard Clemons. Each member is asked to bring small jars with lids and empty thread spools to be taken to the class for exceptional childrc!n at the Midland school. The evening will be spent dressing dolls. which wil be sent to Buckley hall at Rainier State school. The deadline for turning in baby food labels to the .Guild is Feb. 28 so anyone having any labels please call Mrs. Robert Berg, GRanite 4864.

Thanks! The Elk Plain Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary wishes to thank all those who contributed to the fine success of the recent bake s11le and candy sale at Woody's Market and Kuper's Store; special thanks to the owners of the stores where the sales were held.

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Kiwanis Officer Due at Parkland Grant Dunbar, lieutenant governor of District No. 3 of the Northwest Division, is making his official visit to Parkland this (Thursday) evening at the regular dinner meeting at Trinity chu1·ch. Trav Dryer, president, urges all members to be present. Last week Burt Raymond entertained the club with an interesting talk and Lravel slides tak€!n.Qn .a.. trip through. Egypt. Gail Owen of Levage Construction Co. was initiated. WALLER ROAD

W" R. G·range in Open House Soon In keeping with the theme 0£ a program brought about by the National Grange, "Operation Forward," for all Grangers, the Waller Road Grange will welcome friends and neighbors at an "open house" meeting in the Community hall Friday, March 1, at 8:30 p.m. All Waller Road Grange members are asked to be present at 7 :45 for the regular business ses· sion of the Grange. At the open meeting the 12th birthday of Waller Road Grange will be celebrated. The Boy Scouts wilf be honored; there will be a chflrter presentation for them. A good program has been arranged. Parents who have boys in Boy Scouts or girls or boys in 4-H are especially invited to come and meet the members of the sponsoring organization. Grange Conference Waller Road Grange will hold a spcci11l meeting at the Community hll!I Tuesday, Feb . 26, at 8:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is for a conference of officers and committee members; all members of committees should be present. Auxiliary ·vraHe1~ Road Grange Auxil··· i~,:y will Meet. M>Hch 7. with. Mrs. Walter Redman. Ladies needing herp'\./ith dress projects are f!Skcd to be there at 10:00 a.m. Others need not arrive till noon. Big Success A large crowd attended the Grange ham dinner Saturday. Mrs. E. D. Constantini extends special thanks to all who helped to make it a success. Best Wishes James Larson, 3206 East 64t.h, is reported recovering after surgery in a Tacoma hospital. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Favre has been seriously ill with flu in a Tacoma hospital. · Mrs. Chris Jordan of 65th and Waller road suffered a stroke recently. Mrs. Anna Brandt is reported convalescing at a Puyallup hospital following illness. Rcporte1· -- Mrs. Vern Fogle, GRanite 5210.

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the half and 22 to 18 at the end of the third quarter. Elk Plain tied the scorn at 26 all at the end of the fourth ~uarter,, ar;d then pus~ed ahead vO to ~8 ll1 the overtime. . The Elk Plam had a league record of 5 wms and 1 .· losses t h is year. Back to Normal . After, a hrecent h bout with. the fl u b ug, t e Bet cl schools atteridance rctumed to normal last week, with all schools reporting . . norma1 atten d ance. At one time the high sc 11ool reported over ' by Friday of last 100 absent., but week the absentee list ,~as back to normal. Seniors t.o Olympia The Bethe] high school seniors took a field trip to Olrmpia Feb. 18 to see the operation of the state ·goven;ment. It was a frip to help the students understand the problems of t.he state Jegislature and was held in conjunction with the Civics classes. New Car Tho Bethel district recently pm·chascd a drivers' training car for the high school clas. H is a st1rplus '49 model car and has a convcnt.ional gearshift. It. is hoped t.bat by usinr; this car t.ho students will bett~1· leam 1.he system of shifting and clut.ch control that they now cannot leam by using the automatic transn1isDiun car lhat is furnished t.o the school by the Mallon Motors cornpnny.

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Boys Club 5m@ker The South 'I'aco1,1a Boys dub will I.ravel to Be!Je,·ue. this (Thursday) cvpnin.i; at 8:00 .for a smok~r. The 111a.j0:.-ity 0£ ·thB-local club ii; made up of boys from Parkland- Coachec are Gens Cortesi and. '!'hDma:; Sulliv2.n.

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Sm~Hey"s, Mary P@ton Ct!}HiHs 'Lea~ Loc(IJI Keg Play ; ""' . "" • sc."• n new. th ree S ma !l cys team gam c sen es record m the P11rkland Merchant's Bowling le11gue Monday·night as the squad rolled a 2812. · ·- · High individual series went to Frank Burkland with 607 while Newt Willis had high single with 219. Splits were picked by Andy Egan, Stan Billington (who got two), Dick <Tohnson, Walt Whitney, Bill Jecs, Don Karpach and Guss Tyler. Copes Auto currently holds first spot with 15-5 followed closely by Fletcher's and Smalley's. In the Women's Rolling Bee League, Mary Paton rolled the high series of 519 and also the single honors with a 209. Splits were picked by Elma Clark, Vi Mikkiesen, Dorothy Eichler, ,Jean Dohiash, Doris l'l'ilson nntl Virginia Theno.

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TWO DIED HERE-A late model ca!" driven by Miss Marie Powlosld, 22:, of Tacoma, failed to make a curve on the Mountain Highway at Rocky Ridge Saturday, Feb. Hi. ai 3:00 a.m., carrying to instant death the driver and her passenger, a cousin, Leo Polowski, 44, oi Rt. 4, Box 513, Puyallup. St,-iking a tree, the car was completely demolished. State Patrol Sgts. Robert Rupp and Gil Paulson and Coroner Dr. Frank James investigated the accident. Photo by McKewen

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Subscribers who have wondered what their new telephone number will be after the citywide changeover in June will find out starting tomorrow. P11dfic Telephone today mailed to all subscribers a special announcement cl e s c r i b i n g the changeover plans. The announcement indicates that the great majority ,of numbers will be changed only by the addition of the prefixes. Prefixes are to be changed in order to fit Tacoma into the nation-wide nun:1bering plan. According to manager Bill McLeod, such familiar prefixes as MArket, BRoadway and WAverly will be retained. Others such as PRoctor and LAkewood will be eliminated. He explained that the .nation-wide numbering plan divides the country into areas and there cannot be any duplication of numbers in these areas. For most telephone subscribers their pr:esent number will be changed only by ·the addition of the prefix. For example, MArket 0556 would change to MArket 7-0556. LAkewood 7081 will change to JUniper 8-7081. New telephone · names which will become a part of Tacoma's vocabulary are GReenfield, LEnox, JUniper and Tlme. The latter will be used for the time-of-day number. Although today's announcement gives telephone users a means of determining their new number, McLeod pointed out that in a few individual cases equipment rearrangements might make a total number change necessary. For that reason all subscribe~s will receive notice in May confirming their individual number. The complete changeover of all telephone numbers in Ta~oma will be accompanied by similai· changes in Graham, Puyallup and Sumner. Graham numbers will have a VInewood 7 prefix, Puyallup, THornwall 5 and Sumner will have a prefix of UNiversity 3'. The two-letter, five-number or seven-digit numbers are being adopted on a progresive scale throughout the nation to provide for even t.ual customer long distance dialing.

Last Friday the Elk Plain grade school basketball team won the GENE AND DEAN HUBER, 13-yearcoid twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. league title when they squeezed Edwin Brenneise, 10418 East Taylor St. were. presented. "God and by the Orting grade school five Co'!ntry" awal"ds ~or. Scout Sunday morning the First Congreby an overtime 30 to 28 win. gatin'?al Cht!rch, D1".1s101~ A".enue and· J Street. This award, one of H" h · t f • th Ell- Pl . the. h~ghest m Seontmg, .1s given only to those who have completed ig pom man OJ c ' am a difficult progra."11 of study and service set up the Boy Scouts of squ11d_was J9hn Seaman who had Am_c~ica and the; Council of Church.es. Seymour Todd, Director of 10 pomts. Rehg10us Educat10n at the church, presented the awards assisted Other score makers for Elk by James H. Woolrid~e, Scoutmaster of Troop 84, who pinned Plain were Chuck Lamka 6 them on the boys' umforms. Mr. irnd Mr.s. James H. Woolridge, · t Ch M F dd ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gural and sons, Mike David and Jimmy and pom s; . ar1.es c a en, 6 ; Ho.well R. Snowden and son, Ronald, Tr;op 84 'families att~nded ~teve Wicklmc, 4; Doug Hudson, £he morning service. Deiin..and. Gene, students at th~ Midland . . ~; and Farnsworth, 2. sch()cl, have beeuin ScoutingAwo .Years, Before that they were Cub We >WC all hopmg that luck The1ead changed hands many S~outs., '.J'heY h<:C'1J1le 2nd cla!lS Sc~:mW in May, 1955. 1st dass stays with ow· boys' basketball thncs during. t.h\l .ball ga111e .. At . Sc()y~s .. 1n Fepmarx, 191)6, and Stal',Sffiuts i~ November 191)6 .. They t9al11· The> .ga1Tie that they won the end of the first quarter the· ·were guest,, of Tr.oop .53 ol ~'}kew<;{.i<:i at aSno\v Ca~~ at Wllyer". last Friday give~ them hope,<beseo. re. was 6 to 2. with Elk Plain hbeluser State Park near. Ram~er J;muary 26 and 27 in. a degree· cause the game they pl.aY. March . . e ow club. zero weat1ier. Troop 84 by th e M"dl ; • · tell ·· · we have another 1 ahead. Then Ortmg caught fire ment · 1s sponsored . an d · I mp1ovel·will 1f and led 12 to 10 at the end of Photo by McKewen trophy in the showcase.

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Members from Crocker, Benston, Rby, DeChutes, and Fruitland Granges were present when Harts Lake Grange draped its charter in memory of the loss of two n1emhers in January: Mrs. Lillian A. Smith and Thomas 0. CrC'ssman. Mrs. Smith, a former gift shop operator, has spent part of several summers at Harts Lake. In the Yelm area Mr. Crossman ·\Vas a far1ner, operator of a sawn~ill, a community worker, and a member and worker in the Deschutes Grange. Some of the Yelm folks remember his help in putting across the Yelm Community Fair. He served the United States in World War I. In the Harts Lake community he has been active in the Community club and the Harts Lake Grange as a member and an officer, having served as master of the Grange. He was a member of Pomona, State, and the National Grange. For a number of years Mr. Crossman was an important civilian employee at McChord Field. The funeral procession wos halted on West l12th street in front of the airport take-off and two airplanes dipped their wings as a salute to a former employee of the Field. Mr. Crossman lea vcs his wife Ina.

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Sympathy Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Geo. Drexler and family for the los~ of her mothe1-, Mrs. T. W. Smith. Prescho~l . Well, the weather is g?<;>d agam so break out those dancmg shoes h h 1 d · because t e Frese oo ance 1s Feb. 23 at 8:00 p. m. to l1:30 p. m. rd d· F .] ?7 th p. _ \;I, e ncs ay, e 1. - , · e l c 1 · · at 8:0 o p. m. schoo meet.mg is It sounds interesting: They are · h th t · · gomg to . onm· . e pas prnsI· dents. Then there is to he a · · songs and mixer · surprise skit, games. A nominating committee will be elected to select candidates for next year's officers, to be voted on in Marc~'s meeting. Congratulation Congratulation to Wayne Bos for i::oming home with the honor of second place in the hoop shooting contest held at Fr!'nkJin Pierce high school last Saturday. 1

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Members of Fruitland Grange, with their families, will enjoy a potluck dinner and evening of cards Friday, ·Feb. 22, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs: Harold Hanson, chairn1nn of the Grange entertainment comn1ittee, is in charge of arrangc1ncnts, assisted by Bob Gilmore and John Harber.

Grandm@thers Parkland Grandmothers club \vill n1ect --for luncheon rit boon and a trip to. Buckley Thursday, Feb. 21.

Next Friday, Feb. 22, is a Day of Prayer at Clover Creek Baptist church. There are two services: Afternoon services are at 1:00 p. m., then at 8:00 p. m. there will be prayers followed by Communion. The Young People had a. Valentine party at Mrs. Omer Roland's house. Those present. were Lloyd McAm1ich, Johnny, Carolee and Danny Nutt,.Danny Babcock, Ginny Lee, Timmy and Paul l{ennedy, Patricia and Linda Noe, Malina Reynolds, Andrew and David Lindo, Craig and Gary Lucas, Danny and Michael McDaniel, Lynn Short and Rich· ard V.l eymouth. The hostesses were Mrs. Noe and Mrs. Roland. Refreshments were served, Sick News Ralph McCorkle has improved enough to be home again-keep it up. l\frs. Gager is slowly gaining, too. Mrs. Wonda Cox is to report to Veterans hospital at Seattle for an operation. Good luck, Wonda. · Reporter-Mrs. William Dalby, GRanite 0163.

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"""' ft ........... l.il~e.l!l.r~-· ~U t11~1~~~P.m p~~~,~!Ili1fi~~r 'lll' Iii ~ ra ~- "' "~ The following officers of ~ollins Grange No. 893 arc hoping the success of their first open meeting of the year is an indication of a successful year: Master, Lyle 0. Parker, overseer, John Gorow; lecturer, Birdie Parker; steward, Harley Hornbuckle; assistant steward, Phil Larsen; chaplain, Ruth Gorow; treasurer, Norm Nelsen; secretary, Cleo Nelsen; gatekeeper, Cliff Housekeeper; Ceres, Hannnh Larsen; Pomona, Vera Nowles; Florn, Jewel Balmer; lady assistant steward, Alice Croston; executive committee, Ed Purdue, (3 years) Tommy Croston, (2 years) Ed Nowles, (1 year); home economic chairman, Esther Hornbuckle; insurance agent, R. S. Bixby; pianis\, Tom• my Croston. Thanks to all that braved the cold nnd snoi,.1r to come to the meet;ng or contributed in any way to help in donating $18.50 ta the Mal"ch of Dimes. At the regular meeting on Feb. 14, the Charter w11s dmped for Brother Ross Hurd, who passed away Feb. 6, at the age of 82. The Feb. 28 meeting is 11lso open to the public; everyone is welcome, especially those interested in youth, Boy Scouting, or the 4-H Club. The program is being planned by Collins Grange Youth and Scout. committee. There will be a speaker from the Scout office to talk and show pictures· on the National .Jar:1borcc.- Avvards ''Nill be given to the boys of Scout Troop 92, the Explorer Scouts and -the Busy Beaver 4-H club vviU. J~e.1.P round out -the progra1n. C~I!ins Granl>'es~ol1sbrs the BusyBe',;~ers and ~cout Troop 92. Refreshments will be served. For further information, call Mrs. Lyle Parker, GR 45:52.

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Ce.ntral Ave., p. .T Fotn1ders Central Avenue P-TA featured Founders Day program at the rPp;ular meeting Vifednesday at 8:00 p. m., Mrs. Austin in charge. The history of the district from about 1912 to the present was presented by Mrs. Lawrence Larnon ((Doris Toburin), who pre:tented the past presidents. rrhc two presidcn ts, Mrs. Hilyurd Torongo and Mrs. C. A. r·s;-w"vrindi have both passec.l away; are Mesdames M. S. Rau eharter mem her) , Fay Clover, l>Torman Joh11son, Frank Gates, William Dewie, Rnnghill Peterson, George W angelin, Quinn Rinehart and Arlo Morton. Past pi-esidcnts of the PreBchool are Mesdames Roy Van-

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The Woman's Society of 'Christian Scr\~]ce of Lhe Su1n1nit Methodist church will sponsor a Washington's Birthday potluck suppe1· in the church hall Tuesday evening at G:30. Everyone is invited to an interesting progrnm and get-together. June Bugs The June Bug Carden club will meet Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs. Arnold Thompson, 3905 Enst: Mt. Tacoma Dl'ive, co-hosteci.scs to be Mrs. Robert Albaugh and Mrs. Ken Fuller. Arthur Myhre of the County Extension service \Vill talk on "Flowering Shrubs and Dwarf Fruit Trees," illustrating with colored slides. Roll call will be answered with ideas for bird feeders. Each member is asked to bring a dozen of he1: favorite cookies, \Vith the recipe, for s:dc. The meeting starts at 10::30; bring a sack lunch, coffee and desert to be served by the hostess.

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_gowns v/.;re fashioned with scoop iiecklines, three~qual-ter length sleeves and fitted cummerbunds and cani2d nosegay bouquets of pink and white <'arnations. Robert Kind.schy of Olympia was best man and Ronald McKane, cousin of the bride¢roorn, nnd Charles Hower ·of Cobalt, Idaho, were ushers. Mrs. Henry Wold of Bellingc .hart1 sang "O Promise Me,''. "At Dawning" and "The Lord's Prayer'' and \Vas accorr1panied on the organ by Leonard E. Schuchman. The btid'e's mother wore a

tmne with pink accc,;ssories and a -pii1k rosebud ·c_orSage. Assisting at the reception aft.er · the CC'femony were Me,idatnes Matirice Wire, Leonerd Abbott, !lllnt cf the bridP, Lomis Ga:l'.tdn, William Clarlt, and the Misses f{ay Fan.cher of Valley, Allis?n \Vhite, Sue Deering, Marie An~ derson, Diane Hall of Bnkor, Oregon, Frances Anderson, Judy Abbott, the bride's· cousin, ·,Tuinfy Ann A!'mstrong and Harold Ai·1nstrong, sister arid brother of thi;> bridegroom. · The newly wed couple will live

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s will , Tempera ... b at the home M 28 Tuesday, Fe · ,Eirnquist, with of Mn. Augtbt a, t 12:'.lO. Mr~. Memb.?rs of foe Harvurd-Midtl cl- lunch,.cm l l lnnd Preschool will meet Wednespo u ' . 11 .·n have tie ' eJessie S1dda \\ 1 day evening, Feb. 27, at 8:00 in i·otionals.. . . hr will be the Harvanl school. Founders Th nnc1pa 1 spea ' . e P . r the Sold1E.-rs Day will be observed and the the local director ~ . nt There past presidents honored. A short d Sailors depar cme . t az: 1--o be reports on recen business meeting \Vill be prt:sided_ will a :' . · .) eoident Mrs. .over by Mrs. C. R. Storlie. A<'legislation by be .~;o;t fro;,, the co1·cHon t1u:nbers \vill be present.. J. Gjulrn;. a ~!;·ere will hi' ed by a trio consistinp,- of Georgia Gemmell, Connie McCue 1.rnd Union Sig~a . all ·we invited. specinl music; (. (. Linda Stokes. Hostessl"s for the social hom will be Mesdames Dmmld E. Forshmd, son of Mr. ,JobT) Craig, William Stevens nnd nnd Mrs. C. A. Forslnnd of 9823 M. Seelye. South Sheridan Ave., is serving Scouts aboard the destroyer USS AgerPack meeting of Midland Ci.tb holm in the Far East. Scouts, Pack 84, will be hdd Friday evening, Feb. 22 1 in the Mid:land Im,provement club hall, at 6:30. As this is the 47th anniThe joint meeting of Parkland versary of Boy Scouts, the Pack P-TA and Preschool, scheduled will celebrate at this meeting for thls (Thursday) evening has with their Blue and Gold dinner. beE'n cance !led. All interested parents and the Cubs and their families are welcome to attend. Orthopedic Mixers The Elmer G. Carlson OrthoThe Midland Mixers will square pedic Guild will meet Monday, March 4, at the home of Mrs. E. dance this Thursday evening, R. Rogers on Woodland road. Feb. 21, at 8:00 in the Collins Lunch at 12:30 will be followed Gi'ange hall, with Curt Taylor calling: Everyone is asked to by the business session. h1·ing something for potluck and In Army their own cups and service. CofGeorge \Vangelin Jr., son of fee· will be served by Dick and t.he George \Vangelins, has been Kathy Rave and Dd and Enid included into the Army and is Force. now at Fort Ord. He is a gradJones-Armstrong uate of Central Avenue ·and PuyDouble ring rites united Miss allup high school. His engage- Karen Marie Jones, daughter of ment to Lynne Smith has been Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harold Jones, announced by her parents, M1·. and Jack Speer Armstrong, son and Mrs. 8. C. Smith, the wed- of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Armstrong of Oiympia, Sunday afterding set for April. noon, Feb. 3, in the Fern Hill Sympathy Methodist church with the Rev. Deepest sympathy to the fam- Donald Baldwin officiating. ily of John Asplund who passed The bride woi-e snowy Chanaway Feb. 12 in a nursing home tilly lace over satin gown, prinin Aberdeen. He was born in cess styled with a sweetheart Finland 76 years ago and came neckline, fitted bodice and full to this country in 1900 and to £1001·-length skirt with lace inSummit about 1912. The family serts. She wore pearls, a gift was active in the community in from the bridegroom. The the early days. Surviving are bride's veil of illusion was held three sons, Albert of Vickery in place with a seeded headpiece road, Arthur of Oregon and Axel and her bouquet was an arrangeof Hoquiam; three daughters, ment of white orchids and stephMrs. Nels Ash of Aberdeen, Mrs. anotis. Mr. Jones escorted his Victor Dawson of Waller road daughter to the altar, which was and Mrs. Berti[ Sundstrom of hanked with pink carnations und Tacoma, eight grandchildren and white stock. Kathie Jones, sisone great•grandchild. Funeral ter of the bride, was maid of services and burial were at Moun- l1onor and wore a go,,vn · of ice tain View. green silk, while the bridesmaids, Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Gkn Schank wish PIERCE COUNTY to thank friends and neighbors COw for the beautiful flowers and cards which brightened the days \Veekly for her while in the hospital. She Garbage CoUectioM is home now but still not well. Mrs. M. S. Rau, 0

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O. B. ACKLEY KITCHEN C.<\BINETS, corner GR 4343 GR 7882 shelive.~. book .cases; birch, !fir or knotty pine;. 1built to your A-1 INTERIOR PAINTING, Zelospecid'kations; get .the best for toning & taping; free estimates; less-my prices a.re the lowest. GR S462. 3ctf HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, GR 5514. 3ctf CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of 3ctf SEPI'IC TANKS & WATER all kinds; WA 6952. l1INES INSTALLED. Riley SEPTIC TANKS CLEANEDBrothers. Phone GR 4987 or Contents hauled away. · Don GR 3204. 3ctf Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA I 7.334. If no answer call HA 9222. 3ctf

Parkland Septic Tank Service GR 4426

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55 FORD VS Custom 4-Door Count1oy Sedan. Radio, heater, gas saving overdrive; beautiful tutohe interior, foam rubber seats; spotless $J:)g\VsJ.i.o\l Wl;iite finish. For real pleasure try this one, Full price . , . . . ... $1895.00

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FOR RENT - Side-by-side du- LOCAL HAY - baled; thick butt plex 2-bedroom apartment, part- roofing, rock wool, barb wire; 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 ly furnished; $60; GR 4107. GR 8018. 15c26 Member of Tacoma Real Estate 10c24 Board NECCHI sewing machine reFOR RENT- Modern 3-bedroom turned; you take over balance house, Completely furnished. FERN HILL DISTRICT - Com- $75.00 per month, plus, Adults. of $55; South Tacoma Sewing Machine Center, 5444 South Tapletely remodeled 2-bedroom Phone GR 0114" lOnc coma Way. l5ctf home, never lived in since remodeled; 1 block from school; FOR RENT - New side duplex LEAVE FILM a:t Quality Blroto on bus line and sewer; hard- apartment; n"ew furnishings, Service for developing. In at wood floors; mahogany cup- auto. furnace, tiled bath, tub & 10, out at 5, 9818 Pacific Ave. boards, doors and trim; tiled shower; 25-foot living-dining 15ctf bath; nice large laundry room, area; 513 South 12!Jth; GR 0537 .,,._..,.....,,..._...,...,..,....,_....,,,..~ wired for automatic washer and after 5:00 week days, any time ~ dryer; automatic furnace heat. Saturday or Sunday. 10c24 Price to sell, $8500. Call GR VINCE'S 9c24 FOR RENT- 3-bedroom unfurn4468 or GR 4000. ished house close to Spanmyay AUTOCRAfT .SHOP .Ji,a,ke, stores ,bus and scbJ,iiol; 10822 Pacific Hiway S •. GR 8342. 10c24 Open Every Day LA 9939 STALL RENT $.75 Per Hour 10 A:CRES • Repair Service BEAUTIFUL 3-year-old basement ARE YOU UN.HAPPY about the home; barn, outbuildings; 2 - WASHING MACHINE PAR.TS. last oil price increase? Let us acres in blueberries; complete Largest stock in town. Repair. prove t,o you that we c~n save line of farm machinery ;nice ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer you $$$$$ if you live within two creek and the. best of soil. Just miles of our bulk plant, Don't a beautiful spot in the country Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. delay, call today! GR S173, llctf cast of Rey. Call Barney McLapenski's Home of Clean Oils, Fadden, Graham 7-7337, or 0020 Pacific Ave. 15ctf COMPLETE Mick, MA 6355, HI S40S. Aul:omol:ive Repairs ROSLIE'S FURNITURE 40 ACRES Big Selection of 6-YEAR crib with mattress, 3-BEDROOM home southeast of Parts &. Accessories $15.95 and up; Ma.hogany, maple McKenna; 15 acres cleared, the and other bedroom sets, on sale best of soil, all fenced; highway from $49.95 up; 21" RCA TV, Airport&. Meridian frontage. Only $5700. Call BarnPhone 'Puy. 5·5344 almost new, $100; others at ey McFadden, Graham 7-7337, $89.95; Electric stoves in peror Mick, MA 6355, HI 840S. fect condition, $64.95; Electric Automotive 50 ACRES stove & trnsh burner combinaNICE 7-room, 4-bedroom home; '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; tion, now $59.95; refrigerators basement, new furnace. Barn, wholesflle prices. SMALLEY in excellent condition,$25 and small creek, well with new MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., up; coffee tables, end tables, pump. All this and more for GR 4060 anytime, evenings, from $2.25; rebuilt semi-autoenly $12,500. Call Barney Mc- %ndays. 12ctf matic washer, now $36.50; Fadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick Norge automatic washer $59.95; MA 6355, HI 8408, FOR SALE 1946 Cushman lamps $3,50 and up; good selecWE SOLD YOUR NEIGHBOR'S Truckster skooter in good con- tion ef dishes, silverware, glassFARM-WE CAN SELL YOURS! dition; can be seen at 10719 ware, etc. Come in and look 100 inquiries - What do you Woodland Road or call GR 7642. around; you're always welcome. 12c24 Open 9:30 till 6:00; Friday till have? No obligation till sold. Have the leader in farm sales 1946 DODGE 1-ton truck; new 9:00. West of 123rd & Pacific represent you. Call Barney Mc- horse rack; . new dual tires; Avenue. 231 Garfield St., GR 15c24 Fadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick motor in excellent condition; GR 8187. MA 6355 or HI 840$. 3168. 12p24 TAP DANCING LES.SONS. Be. ginning and advanced. Call Jim TRADE - '51 Ford 6, A-1 con- Nylander, GR 0574. 15ctf 3514 Pacific Ave. Hf 840S dition, for pick-u]J in first class shape; GR 8238. 12p2·4 ZIG - ZAG ·--·----- - - · Family moved and let this 11ice PARKLAND REALTY CO. FOR SALE - '4!l Chevrolet club portable machine go back with 302 Garfield Street coupe; good paint job; $150; GR only $'79.00 due; original price 12p24 $179. You take over payments $500.00 equity in 3-bedroom, al- 4331. of $7 each month; free home most new home at 1631 South demonstration., UP'I'ON ELEC118th, which is ha11dy to McTRIC CO., 1148 Market St .. FU Chord Field, and near school bus. 2551. 15c24 AT 423 South 160th is a beautiBROKEN Automobi~e glass and bully decorated 3-bedroom home iiire damage in upholstery? to be sold on contract. Owne1's Bring your car and insurance will consider new model car as policy .direct to u~ for quick part, down payment. adjustment. 25% J.iscount on lNCOME pmpertics for sale. Call glass. Seat covers and convert. for particulars and price. , fhle tops install~<l. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY, BEAUTIFUL ra11d1 hnme 011 30 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 2200 acres in Graham dist.rid, with 15ctf view of Mt. Rainier from all but t\vo rooms. COPE BROS., buyers of all ·2 a11d 3 bedroom homes in and kinds of poultry; 102 South near Parkland, 72nd St., HA 4406. 15ctf Jennie L. Grodvig FOR SALE - Used heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Insurance of All Kinds 15ctf Notary Public Est. in Parkland Since 1941 Estimates For " • • Home Wiring Remodel, GR. 8609 Office Pho~e Dryers, Electric Heat, 302 Garfield St", Parkland Emergency Service Call "Deal with the people who give you their personal a tt.ention." WEBB ELECTRIC

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V.'ELDING .--.. All kinds genei;al """""""" ™™ wcl'k.. lrailm·:; and trailer lluYALl,UP VALLEY hit-:hes built to order; JOE'S PLEASANT 2-bedrnom home; w-F•:r.rnNG, ML Highway, mile dhistte, cabinet kifrhe11, large t0\vai-ds the, Iviou11ta111 from garag~, 5 fru1t tree;;;., nic_e: garden Roy "Y", open eve1lings. GR spot; let 70x1SO; Puyallup . 6534. 3ctf 5-2819. 9p24

TACOMA, WASHINGTON

hright new color

BAf Uph@istery ·' """' . Cl".,a,uer RENEWS courn BEAUTY fJUJiHI, Sll!LED, 11 . !4 oz. p!\11 DINGY f AB RI CS AT THE TOUCH OF YOUR FINGER. {makes 1 g~I.} C Faded chairs, sofas, draperies and other ~ . possessions glow egain with FABSPRAY.It's not

25

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yo!J need .••

e 'l Quart.fAl\Sf'RI>-'< e,&A.f c\eai'ler 111

&rush

$4S9

TO BUY or odl. Realty Ectal call: Pahn.e~· Poler~on, l!I 0,133 Bill Vout, Te. 3-0373, Au-

burn.

USED JOHN DEERE Crawler Tractors ••. see

SMITH IMP.LEMENT COa

FERN REALTY

.Ill!

, !l!ll

DRAPERIES

SOFA

of

industrial and Farm

Libby Cu~tls., GR 7 498. :[1_,!arie L'iDenti, . !IA 8258. Gadie-1-lUghea, G_R 4328.

_-. 8:::3.4 P4C.1F'!C ~VE. · · ·

14 Decorator Colors For Radiant Beauty EMERALD GREEN • DESERT GRAY • SHERWOOD GREEN • ROYAL BLU~ Bl.ACK • MAROON • TAN • StLVER GRAY • WEDGEWOOD BLUI> , RED • BROWN • YELLOW • RUST • DUSTY ROS~

Days GR 7'463. Eve. GR 4437

FOR THE BEST SELECTION

5-l'lsss

ON LINDEN DRlVE-.,. PUYA.i;.LUP !:___: __ ~__i.;.:_ -4.:i"

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a paint, tint or dye .•• it's a plastic resin-base mineral spray that will not stiffen texture or blot out patterns. Covers stains, faded streaks, water · spots (according to color selection). Protects against wear, water, sun-fadin,g. Easy to apply, ec.onomical too ... renews fabrics at 1/10 the cost of reupholstering. For beauty on a budget ~et FABSPRAY today.

GR 3833 De!!ys

HOUSE a11d acreage. Value approximately $12,500. Sell or trade for property in Ta· coma or vicil1ity.

to Pay

T. o~n•Olmste~..

.

56 FORD VS tudor, radio, heater, tutone finish. Thunderbird engine. Fordomatic, only 10,600 miles; interior spotless. Car has no scratches or mars anywhere. Positively like new. Full Price .. ~ ............. $2395.00

DAY CARE; excellent facilities 1' A P, ACROBATIC, BALLE'l for children; GR 4865. 14p24 classes. All ages. Mi. l d r e ii Keller, GR 7881. 15ctl BABY SITTING - Parkland viMANY MORE PREMIUM CARS PRICED RIGHT! FOR SALE Baby basket, 1cinity; your home er mine, days year crib with pad, bathil1ette or evenings; call GR 0366 after THIS AD WORTH $10.00 on purchase of any of the above 4:00 p.m. 14c24 practically new, baby scales, wagons .. 12605 PACIFIC AVENUE small electric range, davenport; GRanite S691 BUTTON HOLES, BEI,TS made; GR 7327. }' 15c24 B 968 South 121st St.; GR 4907. '\>o-t,., ~' .... . T)EP ill , --·; ( _:l.S-• 14p24 SPECIAL *'3'J A LORING LISTING SELLS ~ r~; ~~~~~--~~~~~~ Phone ::. •. 1._•·... ·1 l;,_L1/, i.·,.·e:-RESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants Bak·':· l!l baby sitting and house cleaning; $500.00 DOWN Homes In Parkland Commun. call GR 4866 after 3:30 p.m. TAC ' 1 J,nc ' 2 dlocks NorH1 of 14ctf Spc- ,:, ~:_~1-·. __,.iJlstr:: :.~:.~g. c.av. OWNER will carry contract. Ap- ities; Acreag!'l close in, eifhe1" enpon, ":Hair, as low as $129. prox. 2/3 acre, close-in. 2 bed- with or without buildings. So~th expert tree pruning and Davenos $49.00; Rocker. $29. rooms, possible 3rd. Large livBert Brown Realty FOR shrubbery trimming, call GR Free estimates; HA 6955, GR ing room, dinette, 3-pc. bath, 11220 Pacific Ave. 5751. 14c25 0327 15ctf 1'------~----· kitchen wired ·220, good builtOffice-Days: GR 869tl ins, utility room, attached gar- io:venings~vu 9221, HI 3315 age. Price $8,950.00. Quick pos• Miscellaneous ~~I session. Call Ralph Decker, HI ATTRACTIVE house, corner 9579 . 116th and Park; price cut for BRAND NEW American made quick sale; 602 So. 116th. 9ctf portable light weight sewing $5,200.00 machine with 12 attachments, EASY TERMS. Clean, 2 bedrooms, South Tacoma Sewing Ma· living and dining room, good 10 $33; chine Center, 5444 South Tabuilt-ins; 3-pc. bath, auto. hot coma Way, 15ctf water, wired 220, concrete fdn,, FOR RENT - Furnisbed apartutility room, garage, 2 lots. ment; references required; 126 FOR SALE - Siegler heater, 2 years old, heats 5 rooms; good Good location. Call Ralph Deck- East Violet Meadow, GR 0569, WMiiff0iiiT.Tfff;Tnjil". :.. 1 :1•1ri(/1.~rHn uff . I 1 er, HI 9()79. 10ctf condition; $100; GR 64S7. 15c24 ,i 'I ' ' ·' '·,. ' '

9 Parkland Recdty Co.

h

SEPTIC TANK Pwimping.. Cleaning

e Work Wanted

FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM partially furnished home near 56th and Pacific 'A-ve:··$1JO 'tt'lbl:lth:'plus utilities. NEW l bedtoom furnished duplex apt, $60 plus electricity. Parkland. © WE NEED FARM LISTINGS ®

• Farm Ads

WANTED - Middle aged wo171an to do baby ·sitting and hght housework; phone GR 3503 after 5:30. 5ctf

Real Estate

Station Wagons

Parkway furniture

BALED LOCAL HAY-Mr. Stella, Woodland Road, '\<! mile south 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 -of Airport. 13c25 Op&n Till 9:00 p.m. Phone FOR SALE - 22-foot Columbia DAY OLD CALVES Sumner 3-4639. 13c25 all metal house trailer; priced to sell. Call GR 4468 or GR 4000, 15c24

Wmows Service

Septic Tanks Cleaned

HA 7038

GR 4888

w.

HA 7628

R-;.

SMITH

RUDY'S

Feed & Seed Co.

AUTOCRAFT

··t

BEA~~

Parker Paints

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Well Drilling

BEAUTY SHOP

120 ACRES - EATONVILLE AREA 40 A.CRES of wonderful peat soil, balance pasture, scru}J timber .. Large barn, chicken house, other outbuildings. Modern home, needs some finishing work. Large living room, huge kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bath down, 2 bedrooms up, semibasement, wired 220. Will take smaller City home, free and clear, in on price of $16,500. Call Duane Cheetham, GR 8691 days, GR 6204 evenings, $3500.00 2 BEDROOM older home in excellent South Tacoma location. bl.OCk from b.us line. Wired 220, 3 piece bath, wall to wall carpet and oil circulator included. Call Gene Underwood, GR 8691 days, HA 9127 evenings. SUM!VHT ~ $4.000 HALF ACRE on Curran Road, near Collins. Good 2 bedroom home· and good"sized chicken house. Close to bus and school. Immediate possession. Call Bill Black, GR 8691 days, GR 3272 evenings.

Ace Dirt Moving

McKinley Hill Realty

Co~ STAN''S SUPER SOIL SERV. ICE: Top soH, sandy loam, peat Rt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma ferliUzer; RI 2305 or GR 8259. Terms Trades 3ctf I I WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, DON'T encourage dishonesty; level buildings; cabinet work, locks keyed, combinations concrete work. Reasonaible, changed; Parkland Cycle & GR 3.750. MA 0706. 3ctf Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanite 5772. 3ctf fOP SOIL and fill dirt; Sunday deliveries: GR .3536 or 5-5094. 3ctf

FERNHllL

-,

Per Feed Dollar "Use" . Triangle Farm Proven Feeds

• Rentals

0 JETS • suaMERSIBLES 9 CENTRIFUGALS $ TURBINES

Screened Rd. Gravel Crushed Rock - Top Soil - Drain Gravel

Meat - Milk - Eggs

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PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY

HILL TOP G.RAVEL CO.

mm

-1~ ~

Serviced and Stored Reduced Rates Til March 1st Free Pick-up & Delivery

Business_ Service l

LIST WITH LORING

FOR MORE

USED SINGER light weight pm·j;, FOR SALE Shetland . pony, CAN'T PAY able $2S; South Tacoma Sewing cart, harness, saddle; bird for this beautiful KIRBY; cost Machine Center, 5444 South Tacages, nylon parachute; house new over $150 but you can pay coma Way. 15cf;f trailer dolly; commercial corn the $49 balance at $5 each popper; GR S239. 15p24 week; free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 114S BULLDOZING • DTI'CHING 15c24 GRAVEL • TOP SOIL- SEPTIC Mai·ket St., FU 2551. -·-·-·------- -· TAKKS . DRAIN FIElDS. BABY FURNITURE, new and 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup used, for sale or rent; · Phone Puyallup 5-2452 SMALL FRY EXCHANGE t.5ct.f 1109 Market St., BR 9505. 30 Day Free Trial 15ctf (Continued on Page 6) 20 Year Guarantee Goodyeiri' Air Foam Famous Red-Line Foundation

CANVAS-FURNITURE & AWNWGS

I

CAR INTERIOR

& CONVElTIBIJi TOP.

_,Gild 100'$ of olhor uDi

E NEXT DOOR

TO BIG BEAU

OPEN DAILY lO:llO A.I\!. '!'!LL 9:0!1 P.J\t Sl.JNDAY :!,2 NOON !ILL .6:00 P.M.


Thi.trsday, Fe:bl;µary gl, 1957 .... The TIMES - JO URN AL

I

ELBI<: •

'\ Past Relived at l Novel PmTA Meet I

An observance of Founders Day by the P-TA at Columbia Crest. grade schoo.1 Wed,nesday eveni.ng, Feb .. 13, brought into sharp focus the many changes and great development ·in the nreu. since r>ioneer days. The out" standing. event represEnted care" ful sfody of eariy day history and infinite pains in collecting and nrra.n.gi.ng a ,_surprisillfi lilirnber of articles .which are 110\V regarded as relics but which were in ever!;day use in the 'first schools and homes of the district. Mrs. Margaret Rose, one of the teachers of the school, assisted by

FEN Cl NG ·Designers .and Builders EXPERT WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICES Easy Monthly Payments

PICTURE PHONE - This' telephone of the future wm alll)w the custcme1' to see the person at t.he 0th.er end, accoi·ding fo monager W. F. McLeod•. Pusli -buttons replace dials .and sp_ee(} i1p ·1>al!ing, Phyllis Tyson of Pacilk Telephone demonstrates this i·evolutionary device which transmits a picture. It will be some time before Tacoma residents .can put in their order since it is still in the development stages.

VAUGH AN "S 84th & Pac. Ave.

m 9515

Page 5 Ghai-19s H~~ky,. s.tcf~;fr·. Wil~e,

R~y Bright; Fo;~ter Boti<1me and Emery Sarver, tifetim.e member· ships \\'efe presented to Mrs. Charles Hefley and Mrs. A. B. Connally. . . . . ·Miss Peterson told several in'ter.csting stories or events that took plac.e diu-ing the years she tau~ht at Ashford in the little pioneer school building. joe Larin, Eatonville postmaster, took pictures. After the P-TA meetinc adjourned the . teachers i;vited those. present to enjoy a nice luncheon in. the class rooms' of the 7th and 8th grades, which

othe1' teachers, entertained th9 teachers and some P-TA mem" bers at a 6:00 o'clock: dinner honorint; Miss Florence Peterson, who taught at Ashford for three years in pioneer Hrrles·. Robert Reece, oiie Of Mis·s Pi::te-rson's pupils, \vas a guest. The P-TA meeting was hel.q later, Mrs. Oberta Bartels intro~ d ucing the past presidents sihce 1924, starting with the first pl·e~" ident, Mrs. Charles Goeper; the others, in order of their terms, we!·e Mesdames Leo; Keb!ebek, Leon Borden, A. E. Shaw, William Stewart, Joh n Foste!'., Syrnpto1ns of Distress Arising from

had .b€en.

cle•l~ril frartsfqftiied m tn~ ~~-~ f!~~e~es t~aef #'.¥H for it. wti.s a job we1l done, not

into an o!dHme sc:ne=checkered ta91e cloths, t.in cups, etp., c).imly lighted by old fashion eel. co.al oH lamps arid candfos. The 1.uncheon carried out the theme a'.'d Miss Peterson wore a dre.<ls saved from her girlhood. Before the clo.se 0£ the evening ·the electric lights were turned on, making visible the m6derri equipment of the school, now taken for granted but never drea:med of by the first teachers. Space does not permit telling all of the interesting details ?f the evening. We can only say that everyone who had a pS,rt

STOMACH ULCERS Du1r. TO EXCESS ACSD

ALL

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t.v.

And RADIO

QU!IGK REUEF OR NO COST

REPJ\.IkS ~

RHINISllES CRACKU> !'LASTER WALLS WITHOUT REl'LASTERING. ON SALE AT

SO. END PLUMBING

five million pack~ges of fhe Wit..!.:/.i'i1:·lJI Tl?iE:A.'TMENT'h~l·.,~e- been sold for relief of symptoms of distress arfaing fr6m Stornach and Dlllodenal Ulcers.due to l!x .. ce5s Acid-~c11>r Digestion~ Sour or 1Jp5et Sf!on1il:ch,. 6ta'sS-in2Ss, Hea.ribc.c~~, Sleeplessn.ass, ~tc~, due to Excess Acid. Ask for "A.Wiliaro•S Message" which· full;Y explains tllis lrom_e tr\!atment-free-'.i.t · -

o ..-er

S:kinned and medium size. Get Sunkist tableware prem,. . ium offer~detc:rils at Big Bear.

B IX BY

TV - RADIO

125os··waiier Rd.

Mealy Pork Spareribs

Op en all d©ly Washington's Birthday! 1

Un11sually Jean, tender. m·eaty spareribs~ in rtledillm-weight

Ca1npbeH's Nationally Famous

1

TOMATO S

UNO

Music

.A'·s11}11··

ATOES

lil

Flor.ida grown tomatoes, firm, ripe and extra full flavored. Choose your own at Big Bear!

FRESH CARROTS

Fri•. & Sat. Modern Music

by Ronnie Harrison & His Gang

McAuley Summit Drug

USE

EVERY EVENING EXCEPT· SUNDAY

Western

cHJARkNTEED

JOHNSON DRUG STORE AND HARDWARE and. Near R.oy 'Y', Spanaway GR 4100

better foods do cost you Ress!

\.risifots Mrs. Chai·les Lutkens' dai1ghter, Belle Weston of Seattle, visited. he1' mother and. neph~w, George Nyman and family 111st week. · · Jack Alden of Seattle visited friends in Elbe Feb .. 10.. Report<1r Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

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Loo~< at these cutstandirag values! Am>J~amwe've many more on our shelves and in every depll'Jlrtment. Just check ·these braml'lsu compare the pric'esu ©J8Ud then visi·t Big Bear for tremendotis s~vings. This is the store where

SUNK!SJ...Sweet iuicya seed" less OrQnges. Theyure thin-

soon to be forgotten. .... ·. Sewing Circle ..'.1'1\.e CGmtnt1riity Missionary . Se,;iing Cfrc.le rhet ·\vith Mrs. . Vei:ma. Wilson in Mineral Feb. 12 with 14 present. The next meeting v.'i11 be Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs. Ronald :ii'isk in Pleasant' Valley. Ba!lketbafl The Morton grade. school . defeated Columbia.···• Crest grade school 26 to 20 in a basketball game recE)ritly,_ :Eatonville . high school defeated Fife high school last Friday evening.

Skk !Ast was taken ill last weelt'. and was :removed to PiE>rce County. hospital. Mrs. Ida Gaut underwent foaior surgery at Morton hospi,tal last week; her condition was cohSidcired Seii6'Us.

William Maze

2

Lr;e. Buns.

OR NECKS-.Tender. frying

~:~

FAN,CY HAMS Hoi:mel's

1c

Ready-to~eat

~

49

or Federal -·whole or shank half, 12-16-lb. average.

Arizona new crop, tenoder, sweet and careless!

GROUND BEEF

BEAUTIFUL ROSE BUSHES

Pure, lean beef, f~eshly

Absolutely the largest stock ~f popular new, and latest patented and No. 1 Rose Bushes!

ground hourly at Big Bear. Guaranteed to please!

We also have sturdy, economical twO'-year-old Rose Bushes as low as 59c each 01· 6 fol" $3.39 !

A dandy

Per Dozen

Only

quality ranch eggs, guaranteed strktly fresh at Big Bear or your money back! This week's best buy at Big Bear!

GOLD MEDAL BRAND BISQUICK MIX ~ m•. m!~~~z. 37 NESTLES ' EVER-READY CHOCOLATE ~:~b. 49 FAN CY PEAS OR BEANS, SWEET WEST 7 ~:is 1. PILLSBURY BRAND PIE CRUST r~IX ~!~k m ~~;~z. 25 . N!BlETS WHOLE KERNEL SW~ET CORN = 2 ~:~~z. 25 m n m

B

SIMPLE SIMON-=-Ught and floky crust' fmed

with plump cherries! Stock up ·now at this ~owe low price!

large 8-lnch Fer Only

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&

303

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Fresh Frozen And Delicious!

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BIG BEAR:S ICE CREAM~ ALL FLAVORS •• m. ~:art_ 39

. . . . .. . . . .. Fresh, . Every Day!

DARIGOLD=··A high-score butter that's fresha smcoth=spre.ading, ~~~vorsom'~i sp~ciul value

at Bi9 Bear! .

·Prices Effecti~e Wednesday N~on lhru

l!i'P.ognd For Onlv > .-

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Thursday, February 21, 1957 MIDLAND · ··· Tiie--rrTM:ES·:·JOURNAr;··· ··· ·· ···· ····-·· · ····· ···· ................._..... ·

. I...SS'.fileg ..u · .c· . -..11 C ""ftt'flUll:Q ""' • '"' • . .. ...

·

to 10 7 ~ · d ·$S . •t • vc an up, snow sm

and cap size 2 $2 50· 642 South (Continued Fro~ ~age. 4). 165th, GR 4441. . ' 15c24 FOR SALE - $40 girls smt, size , 12, $6.50; expensive shorty FOR SALE - Bay mare; Gordon coats, dresses and rain c~at, Loyer, 1431'.d and East D (Rt. 7, sizes 12 to 1s, reasonable; Box 270-Ah · ..16p24 ; man's 2-pants smt, large; $65 . . ..almost rie.w mit·n···'s ··s·u.. it, $.8.5Q; PIAN. 0 LESSONS. - Classical man's sport ·coats and •jai:kets, and modem. ::Rea.sonal:1le ~~te large; children's ~resses, srze 8 CaH GR 4051. or .GR 0420. foctf

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R le S C R I P 1' I 0 N

Boy Scouts . Th e f oII owmg were present e d at the Court of Honor for Boy Scout. Troop 84 ¥onday evening, Jan. 28: Tenderfoot-Tom Shannon, Steven Larson; Second Class -:... ?ennis Spain, Br~nt Trathen; First Class· and· Semor

I . .·: . . e·

SA.WD. U.ST . · · •

~···SHAVINGS

. . .. . .

.

Dennis Spragg; Woolridge; One year pin, George Vern~ Wood, Wayne Mill~r. M;·s. Frank Gural by her son, Hoover, Gary Sunici:., Dennis "First Class" Mother's Pm was....Mike-GuraL.. ... .... When athletics become more Mike. Gural and' James Wool- S . J' R Id B. . pinned on ]':'[rs. Charles Spragg Camp 'Hahobas Segment: Stev •.-impo1:tli\nt ,t}ian .studies,. the... tail . . h'ip .m th e. H ome- pam, immy . Spragg, and .. . · . . running ' . . wit . h,.· t h. e ·d og . r1'd ge; Citizens . . . .eyno . .. . s, .iuce...b y h er son, .Denms en ·L arson .. is ·away· M'I G I R bb't. R · · · M 't Huffman Robert Hendricks 1 rn ura ; a i a1smg . en ' . ' .. . .. . .. ---.;-----Badge - Steven Sallee.' Harvey Jewitt, Brent Trathen, TAL~ SPO,NSORED "Star" Mother's Pin-was pin11 I\ BY THE Ir ft ft Ht ned onto Mrs. Edward Ganey by i Custom Built . . . . her·· ·sari';· 'Edwiii'd' ·aaifey;· Mfs ..-1. ··-·· r · · SIROB'RAIN'S WIFE. SAVED FORiV Carl Reinicke, by her son, Fred FRoM Now Reinicke, and Mrs. Edwin Bren1 CENTS ON HER SHOPPING SPRE\i WE. RE 00\NG- OUR BUYFree Estimatell neise by her sons. Dean and lN ~Iii{, _eµT AFTER GAS ~ G H b ' ING RIGHT HERE tN ene u er. RH 0 N .E'S ·· ANO Qlt.., I>. PARKING\ TICKET, Assistant Scout Master's Badge CABINET SHOP REMEMBER LUNCH ANO A MAS}lEO FEND.ER 1 was presented to Frank Gural; $_Q,_ 1Jlti;L st, .GR 3342 YOUR SLOOO THEY.. LOST 2.0 BUCKS ON ' T ····· .. · ·•· ·-a ·-'H'15.. -· n·· · Spanaway .. . PRESSURE I .·~HE DEAL} H:~;~~aY:'riea~::~, ~n~r,Ja:e~

Patrol Leader -

.. ,,. ... Corn Farming Me.rlt, Badge -

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Ci! UPLAND· .SLAB

G. ANDERSON · .· · · · · FUEL CO,

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Open_ 7 Days A Wee!t from 9:30 A.M. to 9:.30 :P.lVl:. Walgreen Agericy e :Pay Light & Water Bills Here

BULLDOZING gank Run· Gravel Waterr

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

Lines Septic

nderson lumber

Tanks

. Top s'liLat .

LATHE. AND .PRESS WORK

COMPLETE MOTOR REBUILDING HEAD GRINDING . & BRAKE DRUM: TURNING INDUSTRIAL' · & . AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK

Reduced Prices

f·rrank Rear.don

GR 5758

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SIHL SAWS -- ·-·· .·- EL'ECTR!C DRILLS STAPLE GUNS (:;EMENT MIXERS ETC,

GRanite 7311

9813 Pacific Avenue

FOR QUALITY AND SAVE

m m a

Open Washington's Birthday Til 11 P.M. PIGGLY WGGGl Y GUARANTEED MEATS nnmm:

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SLICED BACON ..... CARSTEN'$

HYGRADE

WEINERS ....

EGG N OLES

CHICKEN TURKEY

Morrel's Pride. Hqt or Reg. Seasoning.

SAUSAGE ROLLS

24-0Z. PKG ••••.•

MEXICAN BEANS

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2-LB. Pl<G. • •••••

WHITE BEANS 12 Tablets

25c 36 Tablets

53c

twice as fast as aspirin! .roesn~t

upset your stomach!

All Purpose

Fl L MS 127 Size

3/89c 3/98e

620 or 120

---BABY BEN

when you buy

the NEW SCHICK "25"

UM/TED TIME IJNIJI I Buy the famoWJ Schick "25" , • • fill out and ,nail the "Lucky Lady" FR.EE Certili· cate to Schick • • • you'll get the new Lady Schick (choice of four eolors-penonalized with initials) absolutely

On any old cigarette lighter, ·on a new RONSON TABLE IJGHTER

NUTRI-TONIC

WESTCLOX

Creme Shampoo

Reg. 6.95 Value

$3.00 Size. Full Pound

. only $4.95 BI-LENS

SLIDE VIEWER

only$1.50

~tBooks Cash Book&

$4.95 .. $6.95

10e to 29c:

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&§ l/u...;../J8t-M>}u FREE

FLORIDA PINK

GRAPEFRUIT

$24.95

Roasting 1.98

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Devil's Food with Rocky Road Iceing; Whole Egg with English '.foffee Iceing; Sponge Lnyern with Mocha Iceing. Reg. 1.00

Special 89c

BEAR CLAWS

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18b0Zm ADAMS Jar

Cooper Cookfog

Frying •• 1.49 Baking •• 1.00

CHEESE

POTATOES ..

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Thermometers

8MM Film Editor with Motion Viewer $35.00 Value

CHEDDAR

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For perfect Slide Seeing

MAN FIELD

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RANCH FRESH

FR.EE!

While they .l.ut,,· .Wu: ad· va.ntage of this ·onCC"in-a·lifetime opportunity to enjoy the speed, ease, an.d convenience of shaving electrieally. Ask for details of 14-day home trial on Schick "25".

LIVER

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Thursday, Febru.ary 21, 1957 The TIMES-JOURNAL

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the Sales Grange hall for the r2gular monthly meeting. In addi-Cion to .Jerr:;i as pY.8Si_dent, -th2 othcr ne\\~ office1·s are: Judy Feb. 22. Potluck desgert lunch LeGr~nde Gruvcs, vice prcside:h.t; Ann A pinochle card party will be will be served after cards in At 3:00 o'clock Saturday the Bluhr:1. see:1·etary; Diana ·Perryheld in the Alder. Community place of the usual potluck dinner. 23rd, Jel'ry Haller \\•ill call tho man, treasttter; Edgar Gtaves, dub house at 8:00 p. :in. Friday, 1. W. Gilbert, reporter. Spana-park 4-H club to ord2r nt tn1bHcity; George- Blohm, ser ..

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Driving on thru the valley you will note clear green farm land cleared out of the bush. On nearly all farms the barns are exactly the same which will seem odd to you until you know that these are the original barns erected when the vallev was settled in 1935 under government supervision, in the same manner as housing units arc built, all on the same plan. At milepost 48 you will reach Palmer, heart of this great agricultural region of the north. To tell in detail the complete history of this city, its grmyth, its problems and the hardships encountered by its founders, would fill a book, but a few hours spent in town talking to the local residents will unfold a story as fantastic and ivonderful as Alice in Wonderland. · In Palmer yau'll have no trouble finding accomodations either with or without a trailer. One thing you will find is that' it will still pay you to prepai·e your meals from food purchased before you left at the

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Another Ganne Slated ~ith Buch ans; Cruiser, Bethel AAU Cham~sJler_e Agan1 o~ ,~arch 1 Meet Tonight Parklap<l's pride and JOY ..• the Pac1f1c Lutheran College Gladiators will finish the.ir regular cage season tonight when they invade. Central Washington at Ellensl;>urg with hopes of grabbing their 24th win of the seasonc Unbeaten against college oi;iposit~on, the ·Lutes can push their year marke to 24-1 including 12 straight wins in the Evergreen Conference which they already have won. · . Buchans Again Coach Marv Harshrnan also annciunced last week that the Lutes would again host. the Buchan Bakers March 1 in a battle which holds much interest in this area. The two squads have split this season in a two game series. The. game was not scheduled until last week. Last week PLC continued its winning ways by dropping Western Washington 70-57 and British Columbia 79-30 to repeat as Evergreen champions. Curtis High Against both clubs it was again Chuck Curtis as the high scoring Lute hit 19 against Western and 21 against UBC. Roger Iverson added 16 and 11 respectively while Jim VanBeek netted 14 against UBC. Tom Sahli, reserve center, scored 22 points in the series to give the Lutes relief strength:

See picture on page 11.) EVERGREEN STANDINGS W L ·Pacific Lutheran ....... 11 o Wh"t . th ·. g 3 1 wor · ·· · · · •· · · · · 4 Central Wash. . . . . . . . . . 7 7 CSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 7 Eastern 'Nash .......... 4 9 Western Wash .......... 3 9 British Columbia . . . . . . . 3

Cardinals End Season Tonight Franklin Pierce's Cardinals will finish their , regular basketball season tonight when they invade Puyallup in Puget Sound League action. Other games in the loop include· Renton at Kent-Mei'idian, Enumclaw at Sumner and Auburn at title winning Highline. Last week the Cardinals were edged by Sumner 50-48 in a thriller after losing an eight point lead in thq,{;losing minutes. Dick Groom hi( 16 points to lead the Cards:

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The South End's Pacific Ave. Merchants meet the Tacoma Police in a benefit caj<e game Feb. 26 at 8 p. m. at the Spanaway grade schooLgym with proceeds going to the Spanaway Park Recreation fund. . "Local .residents are urged to attend and · back this charity game which wil benefit the entire area.

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Finn]' action is scheduled tonight in the tight West Centrnl League as Eatonville, Peninsula and Bethel stand in a three-way tie for first place. Pacific Lutheran Coll~ge cagern certainly showed Bethel invades Eatonville to- fans what they think of their coach Marv Harshman. night and the winner will have At the end of the UBC tilt.Friday night they didn't at least a. share of the West pat each other .on the ba{<k-; .... -they knew where the Central League which Iin\shed credit should go. ·· ' action tonight. . So they jubilantly lifted . Harshman to their With the two squads along tihoulders and carried hiiµ from the gym. (See page with Peninsula in a three way 11 picture). ·· · · · tie. the winner will either be *·.*: tied with the Seahawks or alone .And the fans also showed· what they think of the on top depending on,. the PeninLutes. Right before tip~off time the student body sula-Vashon outcome. pre.~ented the two :;eniors, Nick Kelderman and Jack If Peninsula wins ca using a Sinderson, with a gift in ap1frecfation for their services two way tie for the crown, then The applause for each of the two graduating sena playoff will be set to d etcriors was shattering and the effect was quite touching. mine the loop's representative in The look on the two boys faces was something to see!! the A tourney district meet.

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A benefit is set for Thursday, February 26 at the Spanaway grade school between the local Pacific A venue Merchants and Tacoma Police cage teams. Proceeds go to the Spanaway Park Recreation fund. For a cruc.ial tilt go see Bethel at Eatonville tonight ... the winner gets at least part ·of West Central title.

OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY FEB. 22ND

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Page 10 Thursday, February 21.

Esther's Nook

Collins Grange Open House 28th Open house for Collins Grange will be held Thurs.i;lay, Feb. 28, at 8:00 p. m. The program is by the Boy Scouts, Explorer Scouts and the 4-H club. There will be pictures from the Scout office on the National Jamboree. Refreshments will be served; everyone w,elcome. Correction An unfortunate typographical error in an item in last week's Times-Journal made it appear that Mrs. Ira Reese's daughter had died. It should have read: Mrs. Ira Reese has returned from Victorville, C~lif., where she was call;>d byJhe illness oj' h.!lr <!an!.(h:,. ter, Mrs. Charles Sabalaske. W,e are glad .to report that Mrs; Sabalaske has quite recovered,

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P-TA Collins P-TA will meet this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 p. m. in the school gym. The 4th grade mothe1·s will serve and the nominating committee will be elected. New Arrivals Richard Keith was born Feb. 4 in Good Samaritan hospital to Mt·. and Mrs. · Jerry Devers; grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Otto and Mr. and Mrs . Everett Devers of Puyallup. The baby is welcomed by a brother, Doug, and a sister, Lynette. Jesse Allen Jr. was born Feb. 2 at Tacoma General hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Waller; grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan of Brookdale and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waller of Collins.

Spanaway Kan-Do Grandmothers club will meet at the Spana way fire hall at noon today (Thursday) with Mrs. Ada Schnelle and Mrs. Laura Smith as hostesses. Church Notes The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Spanaway Methodist church will meetc· Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p. m. for an important business session. Devotional and program will follw the business hour. The study of the book, "St. Paul's Letters to Local Churches," will be started. All women are welcome and members are urged to attend. The Men'.s club of the Spanaway Methodist church will meet Feb. 26 at 8:00 p. m. at the church. Sympathy Deepest Sympathy to the· family- of Ma,ud Handy; who pa,ssed away last Friday. ···· · • . . £Square hDancmg d Don't orget t e square ance class at Spanaway school. Legion American Legion Post No. 118 and the Auxiliary will meet Feb. 22 at the Legion hall at 8:00 p. m. ' Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

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Times journal v 12 no 24 feb 21, 1957