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Rodger Lunde Post

Sec. 34.66 P.L.&.R U.S. P,ostage Paid Parkland Branch Tacoma, Wash. Permit No 9P

THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957

rkland JC Picks Winners

V~lume 12, No. 26

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLA_ND, WASH.

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11esi of McChord Air Force Base at Open House

The Pal'kland Junior Chamber of Commerce Junior Citizenship A ward committee today announced final judging for awards was held at Trinity Lutheran church in Parkland Saturday, March 2. Out of 50 entrants received, the field was narrowed to five finalists from which first, second and third place winners were selected. Pal'ticipants were Ellis Rousseau, Linda Stokes, Marlene Corrigan, Nina Ayers and ·Karin Erickson. The judges' final decisions will be announced at ·a_ banquet held at Barcott's restaurant March 14. The Parkland Jaycees deeply appreciate the fine cooperation received from Judges Rev. Hanson of the County Chapel, Mrs. Nadine Simpson, Parkland P-TA, and Walt Sutter, Scout Master of Parkland.

AMAZING AIR SHOW-Officers of many Parkland clubs and service groups, with other prominent people of the community, accepted the invitation of McCbord Air F\:n·ce Base for the open house fcatu!"ing the first Northwest showing of the new Convair F-102A all-weather jet intercepior on Friday, March 1. Civilian guests thrilled to the spectacular air show presenting the planes in foJr.mation maneuvers. Other interesting new planes were on display in Hangar 4. Part of the Pad;:land group are shown above; they are, left to right: Jack Quill (Parkland Post Office) and young guest, Mike Buchanan; Judge Delbert Breseman (Spanaway), Mrs. Lola Bresemann, Mm. Gus B.-esemann, Travers Dryer (Kiwanis club), Mrs. Dryer, Jerry Dryer, Morris Ford (Superintendent F1·anklin Pierce school district 402), Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Jack Brown, Mrs. Wesley McKewen (Altrnsa club), Bart Payne (Parkland Business club), R. H. "Howie" Snowden (National Bank of vVashington, Parkland branch), Mrs. Ted Stansbie, Ted Stanshie (Pacific Avenue'South Lions Club), Mrs. Lorien Buck, Larry Loete, Loden Buck (Parkland Lodge No. 229, F&AM). The new Convah-s may he seen in the backgmund; in picture at left, in flight. Present but not appearing in the pictm·e were Spencer Nevan (Parkland JC's), County Commissioner Harry Sprinke1· and th,e senior class from Marymount Military Academy. Photos by Mdfowen

This has been a tremendous and extremely worthwhile pro· ject, one the Parkland Junior Chamber of. Commerce feels very proud to have participated in, according to leaders of the group.

New Junior Guild The new Junior Orthopedic Guild recently formed at Parkland will meet Thursday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Solveig Leraas.

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Parkland Thr .. r~ift Days March 14, 15, 16

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Mrs. Guy Steele, Cancer chairman, announces that Rodger Lunde Auxiliary No. 5052 VFW will hold a card party Saturday night, March 16, at 8 p.m. in the Greater Fern Hill hall, 770 So. 83rd street. Cards will be played with prizes for high and low scores. A hand-woven basket will be awarded during the evening with the proceeds going to the cancer fund. Assisting Mrs. Steele will be Mesdames Joe MeGarr, George Doyle, Bud Surplus and Sada Clother. An invitation is e:ctended Lhe public to nttend. Members of t.bc post and auxiliary at;;cnding the flag presentation at Spanai.vay Methodist Church included Messrs. and Mesdames Guy Steele, Einar Thorsen, Arthur Neff, Robert Surplus and John W. Johnson. A 1so n ttending were Mesdam,•s Joe McGarr, George Doyle, A. M. J\.fitchell, and Messrs. Thurlow Clother and Bill Allen. Mrs. Robert Surplus, hospital chairman, has a hospital party planned for tonight (March 7) at Madigan hospital. Chet Hasting' s W cstern Band will entertain for the ward party and refreshments will follow. Planning to attend are Mesdames Surplus, Arthur Neff, Dick Anderle, Ronald Johnson, Guy Steele, Joe McGarr, George Doyle, Robert Anderson, and John W. Johnson. At their last regular meeting, members of the auxiliary voted to again hold meetings twice a month. on the first and third Wednesdays, commencing at 8:00 p.m. Any lady interested in joining tbe auxiliary, that is eligible, is asked to contact either Mrs. ·J. W. Johnson, HI 8793; Mrs. Robert Surplus, GR 4071, or Mrs. Neff, GR 7336. Mrs. Robert Surplus of Parkland, auxiliary senior vice president, has been appointed to s~rve as Director of Hospital Activities for the Depart.men t of Washington by the Department President. Mrs. Surplus, who was born in Parkland, is the daughter of the Einar Thorsons and schools in Parkland. She has served as the auxiliary'.:; hospital chairman for this past

CHAIRMEN--Mrs. Robert Severson, foft, and Mrs. Donald Archer, right, co-chairmen for the James Sales school P-TA and Preschool carnival i\!Iarch 3, put finishing toucht;s to colorful decorations to

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"Brakeman Bill," kidnapped by "pirates" and carried away to "Treasure Island," will ransom himself with a new show every 20 minutes beginning at 6:30' p. m. at the annual school carnival held by the Jam es Sales PTA and Preschool Friday evening, March 3, 5:30 to 10:00. Mrs. Donald Archer and Mrs. Robert Severson are co-chairmen; presidents are Mrs. Hylan Johnson, P-TA, and Mrs. Frank Meade, Preschool. There will be a complimentary nursery and check room ns well as special awards. "Capt. Kidd's Galley," serving refreshments, will be in charge of Mrs. James Saes, assisted by Mrs. Vincent Lucas and Mr. Sales; Mrs. Howard Miller and Mrs. Shirley Kendall will have the Bairn Shop. Lending a carnival atmosphere to the event will be the following booths: Make-up, novelties and hats, balloons, popcorn, pop, garden shop, count::-.·y store treasure hunt, handiwork, dolls and doll clothes, recoi"d room. The games offered will include milk bottle throw, darts, nail shooting gallery, record wheel of fortune, fish floating ships, pull 1

Mrs. John W. Johnson, Jr., scholarship chairman, is interested in cont.acting a senior gid 1t either Franklin Pierce or Bethel High School wh.o might be interested in winning a $250 Please call her .at

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Catholic Viiar Veterans of Pierce County elected officers at the annual convention Feb. 24. Bob Fitz was elected commander; Ed Kaelin, 1st vice comrnander; Jack Jeffries, 2nd vice commander; Paul Turosik, 3rd vice commander; John Loidhamer, officer of day; Pat Brady, welfare oHicer, Pete Sterbick, judge adVocate; Tony Raczko1,vski, historian; Elvan W. Kron; Stan Raczk ... owski, treasurer; Rev. Father Henry Rozycki, chaplain; Paul Anderson, adjutant; Pete Schmalz, Andy Gruchalla and Adolph Weysch, tr.ustees. The Veterans wish to thank Pete Schmalz, retiring commander, for n job well done the past four years.

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The Ladies Auxiliary of the Parkland Volunteer Fire Department will meet at the fire hall Wednesday evening, March 13, nt 8:00 o'clock. Hosteses will be Mary Grbich and M~rilyn Reinke.

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Commission, '\/ctcrans Adn1inistration, U. S. Employment Service, Washington Stnto Employment Security Department, Bureau of Vetcrnns' Reemployment Rights, Veterans Rehabilitation Council, Bureau of Apprenticeship. Department Officers of Veterans Organizations will be reprosen ted. Similar clinics previously held in Washington were well attended. They have the approval of National Dcpm·tmcnt headquarters and it is hoped that all of the local posts will cooperate to make these n1ecti11gs a success. The next meeting will be held Thu1·sday, March 14; same tim" and place. Mark your calendar and come 011 out.

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SUCH BARGAINS! - Sponsored by the Parkland Business club, with the assistance of other organizations of the area, merchants of the community are putting on an outstanding sales promotion March 14, 15 and Hi. Special aclvedising will in iorm the public of rare bargains in many lines o! merchandise and services. Colorful banners with a real Scotch flavor will be displayed by the stores and a typical Highlander in Scotch costume will piny the bagpipes on Parkland slreets during t.he ~:mJe. Sho\vn, left to right, are four men closely identified \vith the project: Trav Dryer, president Df Pai·ldaml Area Kiwanis club; Bill Black advertising committee chairman of Pan·kland Business duh; Spencer Nev,m, president Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce; Bart Payne, president of Parkland Business club. Photo by NkKewen

Sales P·ATA To Meet Thursday The James Sales P-TA will meet Tuesday, March 12, at 8:00 p. 111. in the auditorium of the school. Mrs. Hybn L. Johnson \\·jJ] pr<'sid0 over a short business n1cel jng. Gus Pari.rid;1C\ Pif'.JTc~ Coun[y Civil nefr~nse Director, \vill he

int.mduccd by Mrs. Frnnk Swanbe1·g, chairman of Safety and Civil Defence. Mr. Part.ridge will presm1t a movie on the "Atomic Blast-What. t.o Do, Where lo Go, H_o\v to f'rntcct Your Fan1-

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ED MAREK 011 home and school safely will Farmers Mutual ol Enumclaw also be shcnvn. FIRE - AUTO GR ,100~ 12!109 Pacific Ave. Fal'mers Mutual Ins. Co. Auto - Fire - Liability ,J. J. f:UNNS Agency and BARBER SHOP 30:! Ea. 176th St. GR 7757 2 Blocks East of Transformers, Spanaway CLIFFORD M. KORSMO Lutheran Brotherhood Life Insurance GRa11ite 5644

'Parkland Preschool The P:~,rkland Preschool will be hdd March 1:Z at 8 p. m. in the school auditorium. Dr. Edward Klopping, dentist from Lakewood, will speak on "FluoridaElcction of officers for the coming year and Life Membership award will highlight the P.Vening's prog1«1n1. Refresh .. mcnts will be served by Mesdames Allen Hampton, Ray Goodman, Wiliiam Frichette and J. Olsen.

Pierce Menu

Mcnday -- Hot meat sand\vich, carrot sticks pickle slice, brownie, milk. Tuesday ~ Tomato soup and crackers, egg salad sand\vich, riee pudding, 1nilk. \V cdnesday Baked pork and dl'cssing, spinach, bread & butt.er, applesauce, inilk. Thursday lla.n1burgers, g'reen beans, cuohics, milk. Friday - V cgeta blc soup and crackers, tuna srL1d,vich 1 Bhu·A report will be given on the ney Stone cooki0s, n1ilh:. ;;d10ol earni,·al to he held on Friday, March 8. There will be abo an election of officers. Hoslf':iCS rm the social hour will be; 1\!csrlamcs D. E. Cornelius, O'Nenl Little, James Benedict, R: W. Hicks and George Baer.

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A new scholarship is being .offered this year to the students of Bethel high school who plan to enter into the teaching profossion. This scholarship is sponsored by the Bethel Education Associalion1 an organization made up of the teachers and administrators of the Bethel school district. This year the value of the scholal'ship will be $100, but in the future years it may incl'ease in value. The scholarship committee, consisting of a representative from each of the seven schools and the Bethel School District Guidance Director, will select a principle candidale, a first alternate and a second alternate. The money will be sent to any college the student. cheoses that offers a degree in the field of education. Besides planning to enter the teaching profesion, 'thm·c al'e certain other dgibility rules. The applicant must be a resident of the Bethel district, have attended Bethel high school for at least three years and have a

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Lrthtb.y of their mother Mrs. "JC:'.}sie ·vincent a resident of 11..:Iile B roo.d since r.bout 1909. Mrs. 1

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VtlSCS The \'V oman's Society of Christian Sei~vice of Sum1nit church will meet in the chmch hall Thttrsday, March 14, at 11:00 a. m. Hostesses 1.,vill be Mrs. Clifford aPtterson and Mrs. Arlo lYiorton. Homemakers T h e Summit Homemakers ·will meet Tuesday, March 12, at 10:30 at the home of Mrs. Dean Herrington, 9717 East \rickcry road. Mrs. Florence af1'ove are r:ncmbers of lVl!rs. A~. C. Emery's ABen of the Pie1·ce Cotmty cookie seHers of the Southeast District Agent's office will demonstrate to rEght, front ro;v: ChRron Emea·y, r\nthherb cooking. Any woman in the b::tck ro\v: Judy Dergeir 9 Janice Lingcon1munity is \velcome to attend ken MiHs. Photo by McKcwcn these meetings. For further inThe Girl Scout cookies sale formation call CR 8422. will be held from Murch 9 !.o 23 everyone is urged to btty from Busy Stitchers The Dusy Stitchers 4-H group inclusiYc. The . cookies will be the Girl Scottt or Brownie who usur.I delicious chocolate and r t "th f · dly smile will meet at the home of Mrs. the va~illa cren1e filled -that have comes n·s. \VI rien Roy Wrig-Jit Thursday, Mnrch 11, been featured each year. It -is and the line tasting cookies. at 3:00 o'clock. l\frs. Krummel, the anm.ial drive .to provide f1p}ds Mrs; Rufus Harvey is the the leader, Is instrnctfog tho for the support of the day cai:np cooki~ chairman and depot ma~­ .younger girls in me.king tea program and the cstnblishod ager for the Southeast District. towels and the older girls in camp for Girl Scouts nnd BrownEach troop has a cookies chairmaking blouses. ies at St. Albans. man. If anyone is not· contacted lt,~re1nen's Dinner 'Ehrough the support from the and would like to buy cookies, The Summit-Woocllnnrl-Co 1l ins coohju sale, it is possible for they may call Mrs. Harvey, GR fire department will hoid one of many girJs to h~1vc cr.mping ex7:i20, or Mrs. Lttnd, GR 3181. the fan1ous dinners Sunday, pedc'nc" who would otherwise March 17, 1:00 to 5:00 p. 111.) in not have the opportunity. the fire hall on Canyon near At the Spano.way Day camp ALL WE.LCOME Airport. Won't you keep this ]a~~-L su111n10r, 300 girls enjoyed date open; ns vv·c nll kno\v, these s\vimming, arche.ry outdoor acPARKLAND n1cn nrc donating thdr time and 1.iviHns and cooldng. :01Inny arts service and they need the equip- nnd era \'h; vvere provided. The CHAPEL ment to protect our homes. ages of the girls '"":i.s fro1n seven 11102 So. Yakima tbrough the teens. The money Central Avenue P-TA Richard W. Knittle, Pastor Cccntral Avenue P-TA will meet fi'orn cookie sales paid approxi~ in the school \'! cdnesday eve- matcly half. of the duy camp exSunday School 10:00 a.m. n.ing, rvinrch 1 .'\ nt 8:00 o'clock. p('.Dsc:s. This is to he a direct sale, The guest speaker will h" Mornings Worship 11:00 a.m. who will talk on the with no orders being taken beEvangelistic Service 8:00 p.m. needs of children. The 2nd grade fore hand. Each girl will be asparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vvayne signed a sL'cct, not necessarily Little and Mr. and Mrs. Lagen· tbR one sh£~ lives on. The1·efore, ~ fold, will be in charge for the social hour. r-~~~ No.E'li'l'lll"ftg" Reporter - Mrs. M. 'S. Rau, !di on ground floor rm warcill, · GRanite 8391. m; steps. Cheerful imrrcim10.'~

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Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. (AHTNC) - Army Pvt. Frants J. Rasmussen, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rasmussen, 10602 South J street, Tacoma, recently was graduated from an eightweek carpentry course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Rasmussen entered the Army in November 1956 and completed basic combat training at Ft. Lewis, Wash. The 1952 Eatonville high school graduate was a carpenter for H. M. Mo.son in Portland, Oregon, in civilian life.

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SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Prompt Service

FOUNDATIONS~New

additions; free estimates, financing; work guaranteed; GR 2002. 3ctf

C. Y. Hutson !i-!i ! 3981)

STORKVH..LE BABY SHOP

HA 7031l.

HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, foundations; cement work; free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf

Everything· For Ba.by Including ,iuven ile Fu rnit.ur<' 9618 Pac. Ave. GR 4664

SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· modeling, kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span_ away; GR 7949. 3ctf

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING l'vTile B Scrvkc, Airport & Vickery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf

FERN Hlll.l

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BEAUTY SERVICE 8237\-'2 Park. Ave. HI $177

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KITCflli"N CABINETS, come:r shelvc.o:, book cases; birch, fir or Jmotty pine; built to yom specifications; get the best for less""""my prices are the lowest. HOOVER'S CABIJNET SHOP, GR 5514. 3etf SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brcthers. Bhone GR 4987 or GR 3204. 3ctf ~··h&

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McKinley Hill Realty 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board

FOR MORE

house, 116th and Park; price cut for quick sale; 602 So. 116th. 9ctf

LEAVE EKTACHROME at Quality Photo Service; 1-<le.y service; 35-M $Ll5, developed and mounted; 9618 Pacific Ave. 3c26

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Fi.:lR SALE Deluxe blond Babyline crib, like ne\v; cost Turkey, $19.50, sell for $25; GR 315'7. goose, du~k; rnated gPese; N·evv 15c26 Zealand buck rabbits; Grahan1 7-7810. 15c27 VlILL SEI,L HEASONABLE Kenr:10T2 ·vvashct' in good order; lady's rocker; 7~quart canner; 2 cna1ncl roasters; 2 1-gallon churns; phone Puyallup 5-7965. 15c26 SV\l AP D-foot freezer in excellent condition for older Ford DAVENPORTS, davenos, chrome or pi.ck-up; see Fred at Pa;:k:- sets, $29.95, and up. Refrigerate lancl Fuel Oil Service at 4;30. ors from $25.00. Good selec15p26 tion of bedroom suites. New & BABY FUill'HTUTIE, new and used baby beds $9.95 and up. 21n TV" fo1~ SS9.95. -Special on. used, for sale or rent; electric stove and trash burner ST1:1ALL FRY EXCHAI<fGE combination $59.95. Come in 1109 Market St, BR 9505. 15ctf and look over our complete stock. Open till 9, Friday. West ·----DRY FIR SLAB WOOD; will cut of 123rd & Pacific Avenue. 231 15c26 to order; $9.00 cord, you haul; Garfield; GR 8187. $12.00, \Ve haul. SpanawnyParkland; GR 5761 5:00 to 7;00 p.n., no ·Sunday calls. l5c26 HATCHING

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FOR SALE - Sieglc1· heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Serv[ce; GR 8684; 120th & ?acific Ave.

Insuran.ee of All Kinds & 1fietf Notary Public 14660 Pacific Ave. GR 4888 Est. in Park land Since 1941 FOR SA.LE - 14'x70" \.vi.de bea1n GR 8609 Office boats $275 unpainted; vvork 302 Garfield St., Parkland gv.aranteed; Bantan1. Boat Co., 15ctf "Deal with the people who give RESPONSIBLE . WOMAN wants S•1th & Waller Rd. Home baby sitting and house cleaning; . you their· personal attention." call GR <1866 after 3;30 p.m. USED SINGER light weight port10816 Portland Ave. GR 5'395 14ctf able $28; South Tacoma Sewing LICENSED NURSES ON McMENAMIN"S I\:'.[achine Center, 54·14 Soulh 1'aDUTY 24-HOURS A OAV _LICENSED MOTHER with lots of coma Way. 15ctf SUMMIT DISTRICT experience wan ts child ce.re; STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. 10 ACRES - Large frontage- on home fully equipped, good food; FOR SALE 7x8 overhead ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat Canyon Road; 3-bedroom home. days and nights in my home; gan1r;e door, complete '\iVith 14e27 track; like new, used only 7 fertilizer; BI 2305 or GR 8259. A gift at $12,500, terms. Call HI 6540. n1onths; $45; GR G686. 15c26 3ctf Barney McFadden, Graham 7 . 7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408 MOTHERLY CARE for your child in J".ice home; GR 602fi. BRAND NEW' Amc1·ic2n made 100 ACRES portable light ·weight sevving HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wants baby rnachine vvith 12 attachments, GRADE A dairy, one of the best ~1itting jobs evenings, "\Vcck$33; South Tacon1n. S.:::'vving 1'1a~ dairies in the state. Irrigation chine Center, 5444 South 'Iasystem, milking machines and ends; 35c an hour; HI 2327. 14c28 cuma Way. l5ctf all equipment. Nice 8-room Puyallup 5-2198 for Delivhouse; 4 bedrooms, ',2 base- TEEN-AGER ·would like baby sitery or will load your truck. ment; new cabin for hired help. Pit at end of 23rd Ave. ting evenings and weekends; O\vne:r mu.st sell. You inust see GR 5010. S.E. Puyallup. 14e27 BULLDOZING this place to appreciate it. Call GRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC Screened Rd. Gravel Ba1·J1ey McFadden, Graham 7- CHlLD CARE; excellent facilities 'I'AKKS • DRAIN FIELDS, 7337, or Mick, MA 6355, MA for children; days; GR 4865. Crushed Rock· Top 1750 !:lth St. S.W., Puyallup 14c29 8108. ' Soil • Drain Gravel Phone Puyailup 5·2452 SOUTH TACOMA 15ctf 6 Days a l"'.eek A HO::>fEY! Neat and clean as a Miscellaneomi 15 pin; 3 blocks to bus; good sized living room, built-in kitchen, KIRBY BRICK WORK -- House level- electric washer, a ti.ached gar- Corporal got lransferred am! reing and foundations, retaining age; $8750, terms. Call Barney turned this sharp outfit with walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or only $49 clue; cost new over place and stone work, GR 4291. Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. $150; pay off at $5 a month and 3ctf jt's yours; free honv~ demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., J!'OP SOIL and fill dirt; sunday McMENAMIN"S 1118 Market St., FU 2551. 15c26 deliveries; GR 3536 or 5-5094. 3514 Pacific Ave. HI 8408 3ctf NECCHI sewing machine reBARGAIN 160 acres near turned; you take over balance Muck Creek. Good fo1· stock. of $55; South Tacoma Sewing Price only $6,600. ~i2,000 down. Machine Center, 5444 South TaCall Thorn Tibbitts. coma \Vay,· 15ctf

Seed Co.

• \Nork Wanted

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FOUNDATIONS, .additions, remodeling. Free estimates. Fin. ancing, · no down payment. Phone HI 7000 anytime. 3ctf PARKLAND HEATING CO., service for any type heatin,g unit; parts and ·filters; Wil· liams·Oil-0-Matic low pressure furnaces; 755 South 108th, GR

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4045.

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

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BEAUTY SHOP HA 7628

Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing .l"l!l Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching

M~tming

& Smith GR 3930

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Homes In Parkland Commun. itles; Acreage close In, either with or without buildings.

72nd and Portland Ave. FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5;00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf

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Bert Brown Realty 11220 Pacifi(; Ave. Office-Days: GR 869~ !Cver>ings-YU 9221, HI 3315

WELL DRH.. r/Jerkeley Pu~pl

Home Wiring Remodel, Dryers, Electric Heat, Emergency Service Call Days GR 7463. Eve. GR 4437

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STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys S805 ~/.z South Y aki:i.na In the Superim· Conrt of the State of \Vashington for the County of Pierce. No. HH14-0 I-fli!:liRll~G

FIN"A.L

E\1 ANCICH,

Deceased. 1',Jotice: is hereby gh•en that F}L-\~U{ E\lP~l-TCICI-I, E:·~ccutor of th::: estste. of Frank Evancich, Deceased, has filed in the office of tl:c Clerk of said rourt his Fi.na.l Hepol"t and Petition for Distribution. asking the Court to ~c~tJlc ~;:1id report, rlistribute the :·properl·,y to -t.he persons thereto ontitled and t.o discharge said FRANK EVANC!CH and that. said r0port and petition \Yill be

WJEBB ELECTRIC

hea!.·d on the 25th day of l\-1arch, 1957 at. 9:30 A.M., at the court room. of t.h'3 ProbgJs Deoart1ne11f; of said Court, at vvhich lirne and pI;:_cc; any pr:rr:;cn int~r~sted i!1

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PETERS & TRACY Attorneys 11222 Pacific Ave., Tacoma In the Smiedor Com·t of the State of -Washington for the County of Pierce. I+.To. 62902 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the lfatter of the Estate of IVIJ\1~Y S. S'l'EELE, Deceased. Notice is hebey given that the undersi~ned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby 1'8quired to serve the same, duly verified, on said administratrix or her ettorneys of record at the acJctrESS below stated, and file the same with tho C,lerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, 1.vithin six n1onths after the date of first publication of this notice or the same wili be barred. Date of first publication February 28, 1957. LOIS SMITH Administratrix of said Estate 11222 Pacific Avenue. R L. PETERS PETERS AND TRACY Attorneys for Estate 11222 Pacific Ave. Tacozna 't·'t Washington Published in the Times-Joumal Feb. 28; March 7, 14, 1957.

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legal

REPORT AI"-TD P~~TITIC"Pl~ FOJR DISTRIEUTiDl~ h1 tbe 2r1atter of the Estate of

Estimates For •••

HAY -- baled; i.hick butt WELDING -- All kinds general '1EORGE PURIJ'UE-Plumbing, Rentals 10 LOCAL roofing, rock i,.vool, barb \Vil"C; work. . trailers and i.rniltw Aleating. New work. Remodel. GR 8018. 15c26 hitdws built to order; JOE'S mg, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. FOR RENT - Furni:1hed apartWELDING, Mt.· Highwa.y, mile 3ctl ment; references r~uired; 126 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET towards the Mountain from East Violet Meadow, GR 0569. classes. All ages. Mild re d :R.oy 11 'Y 11 , open. evenings. GR 10ctf Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf 6534. 3cll BEST I'OOD Private rooms SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES-· and board for welfare and Phone GR 3330, Patty Aim Ut~G S!lptic Tanks Cleaned ne~dy pi::ople; Ea.to:i_1ville hotel, Bakery. 15ctf Eatcnville, '1,Vash. phone 2-4656 O. El, ACKLEY 10p28 GR 7882 GR 4343 \iii ,!ETS FOR RE:\lT S1n3ll house $40 l!i! SVISMERSl!"l!..ES SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-· S. Cl.'i.N'rRiFUGAi.S Contents baulert a'A"ay. Don n1f1nth. p~·u-t ut.ilitie::; p3.id; fiu· ... ~TURBINES Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA nished 2 roo111s and bath; ,~:-all 10C26 bed; GR 3538. 7;~34. If no :answer call :fIA 20 Year Guarantee 9222. 2..ctf FOR. RENT OR LEASE wit}l op·--· Goodyear Air Foam 'cio:1 to buy; in Parkland; 1-bedf(!lcoma P1amp CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of aH kinds; WA 6952. 3df roorn hon1c v;ith range, refrig- Famous Red-·Line Foum1a.tion erator; large yard; $'50 per 1110. "--·-----Parkway Fur~1itllllre A-1 m'I'ERlOR PAINTING, Zdo- Phone LOg<±n 6789 Seattle eveRt. 7', Bex Z'h'i ·raoonhl GR SS41 to11ing & taping; free esti111ates; r1i11gs or 'HI 6408 Tacoma Sun- 141st & Pac. Ave. Terrns Ts~ades Open Till 9:00 i;..m. 10c26 GR 846Z. 3ctf day.

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5-6688

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Refilling and collecting money from bulk machines in this area. To qualify you must have a car, reference, $360 cash to secure inventory. Devoting 4 hours a \.\reek to busi.:. ness your end on percentages of collections should net approximately $175 monthly v.rith very good possibility of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. If app!icimt can qualify financial assistance will be given by Co. for expansion to full time position with above average income. Include phone in application. P. 0. Box 2008, Parkland, Wash.

USED JOHN DEERE

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FOR· SP:1.LE-Gabardine overcont and 111an's suit, size 40; goOd condition, reaso:riabie; CrR L1578. 15c26

A ne\V item. First time offered. Start in spare time, il' satisfied, then work full time.

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FOR. THE BEST SELECTION

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Per Feed Dollar "Use" Triangle Farm Proven Feeds

Jennie L. Grodvig

Midland

Also the committee wishes to thank the Spanaway merchants for their dona_tions, the civic groups for their help and the Spnnaway school for use of the kitchen facilities during the Pic,·cc County Girls' Basketball Tourntlment h8ld at the school Feb. 23 and Match 1 and 2; the rirwoodettes won first place, the Spanaw:ay girls second. Jim Nylander is the Spa2away coach. The next meeting of the Spanavvny Recreation committee will he in the old gy1n at Spana,vay s0hool Friday, March 8, at 8:00 p, m. Civic groups are urged to have their appointed representativ2s present. Well Baby Clinlc The \.Yell Baby Clinic will be held in the Spanaway kindergarten ro.om Monday, March 11, with registration from 8:30 to 10:30 a. m, For further informEction call Mrs. Ralph Alexan-

der, GR 8808. Pop Bottle Di'ive Spanaway Boy Scout Troop 34 will canvas the area all day Saturday, March 9, for pop bottles and any part of a Scout uniform. P-TA Due Spanaway P-TA will meet Wednesday, March 13, at 8;00 p. m. in the old gym. Mrs. H. L. Patton's Girl Scout Troop 91 will present the colors. They will sing "Faith of Our Fathers" and give the invocation, The business of' the evening will include election of officers. Concludmg the program, the Girl Scouts will square dance. Geraldine Iverson will give a pantomime, "T~·ansfusion." Refreshments will be served by 2nd grade parents; hostesses, Mrs. H. W. Leonard and Mrs. M. G. Evans. At School Merle Handy Jr. has been attending Radio-Aircraft school at Decatur, Ill. · Home Again Friends and relatives welcomed Edward Larson as he arrived home from his work at the North 38th parallel, Korea. Jerry Larson, son of the Edward Larsons, is now stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. Legion American Legion Post 118 and the Auxiliary will meet Friday at 8;00 p. m. at the Legion hall in Spanaway. Blue & Golil Dinner Spanaway Cub Scout Pack 34 held the annual Blue and Gold dinner Feb. 21 in the school lunch room. The speaker was Mr. Edwards of the Scout office. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of the Spanaway Methodist church and Mrs. Luther McAninch, Spanaway P-TA presidcm t. The speaker's table was centered. with a beautiful decorated birthday cake. Altar Society The Altar Society of Our Lady Queen of Heaven church will meet in the parish hall Monday evening, March 11, at 8;00 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Boyle presiding. Hostesses will be Mrs. Martin Gibbons and Mrs. Elwood Guffin. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6465.

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The Missionary Sewing Circle of Mineral, Pleasant Valley and Elbe met Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Ronald Fisk with 17 pres .. ent. They tied a large quilt and all enjoyed a splendid potluck dinner, The next meeting will be Tuesday, March 12 . with Mrs. Alice Peterson at Mineral. Convalescing Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 26, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hadley of Tacoma and Mesdames Pisar, Engel, Swanson and Christensen callerl on Mrs. Ida Gaut, recently released from the Morton hospital and convalescing at home. Her daughter has corns from California to be with her until she is able to be about again. William Maze and Fred Duke have been released from the Pierce County hospital in Tacoma. Mr. Maze is spending a few days with his son Herbert before returning home. Mr. Duke will be with his daughter, Lilas Campbell of LaGrande, until he is stronger. The many friends of all three are happy to have them on the road to recovery. Flag Flies Again Patriotic citizens arc happy to see "Old Glol'y" once more flying from the staff at the post office, ref>airs having been made to the rope damaged several weeks ago, Reporter Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

[:aid '<'.:'state rnay appear an.cl file ob1<.;:clicris ther€to~ - and contest t.h~ san1e.

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St ,John of the \Voods Parish will sponsC'.>r a potluck dinner tlfr1 Sunday, March 10, in the MidJt,nd Imprm·ement Club hall, stnrting nt 2:30 p. m. This event wili takr7 the pine.? of th. ir annu~ll St. Patrick's party. lVIr.s. Hov.·ctrd 1'Jorris and lVlrs. Ray Cotrnn are general chairmen for th<:' dinner and will be assisted by all the pmish members through the recently formed circles. There will be movies for the children and a short variell program consis-iir1g of a' humorous surprise 0

from some of the men of the Holy Name Society a;,d {'nding with solos by Mr. A. Holmes and her daughters and community singing. Thf:" pUblic hf cordiall~r invited to c0 me out and. enjoy an afternoon with your entire family and neighbors for a nominal donation of 25 cents for children 10 and unde1\ and 75 cents f6r all others. Parish Mission A parish mission has been announce.d for St. John of the Vvoods church beginning Sunday, March 17, and will be conducted by the Reverend William Lockrilan, a Rcdemptol'ist Fatber. All the people living in the parish,

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C2.tholic as well as those who al'lil John FerJ;'en and Marla, and Ed- son and Alfred WintertQn. Il.e.PO:i'fer -- Mar1eil~ not Catholic, are invit~d t~ take win BreiJneise. Mrs; Farren was Altar Society . . GR.· .., ·8 45 part in this week of spirit\lal in- prese!J.fad a .lovely blanket . Hy Members of the St. John of amte 5 · struction and enlight~nmeht. the gro~p: .· The. March meeting the Wo6ds Altar Society will There will be ~fternoon sessions 'kill be f>ithj\[rs. George Nijt:on. m. ~. et···th.Is. T.h. ursda·y. noon.. in the r···.ftliHI r·· for the children after school. Cloforettes Midland Improvement Club hall U'ii l'I ·

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Boy Scouts .. Som0 of the Boy Scout dads have been very busy repairing and painting . the . Scout hall:. Howell Snowden, James . Wo'ol• dridge, Iforschel Pa'yne, William Reynolds, Edward Jackson, Charles Spragg, Forrest Sallee and Edwin Brenneise.. . Troop 84 and three dads made a five mile hike to Spana way park last Friday. After the hike the boys enjoyed a weiner roast. Lucky Dozen . .. Mrs. Francis Metcalf entertain• ed the . Lucky Dozen ladies at her home Wednesday. at a noon pot lur:k luncheon. Those present were Mesdames Ernest ltub• achek, George Nixon, Donald Knapp and Chuckie, Lester Mad• <lox and Erick, Emil Werner,

M~rceiia La\vlei-o.nd he~ mother were hostesses to the.Midland Glov~rettes Tuesday, .• Feb. 15. The inoeting wa~ caiied to order by the prt'sident, Nancy B6inbardier, foliowed by roil call by. the s.e~retary, Patty Wi~tet­ ton. Marceila ga'i'e a. detnonstration on "Liquid arid Dry Measlil'" ing." The next meeti!lg. will. be held at the home ..of Julie Jolinson. Metnb.ers present at the meeting. were . Anita McElroy, Julie Johnson, Patty Winterton, Li.rtda :Ma~tin, Joann Ayers, Nancy Bo!nb~rdier• anll Marcella. Mothers a.ttending were Mesdatnes ·E.. J. Lawler, N. D. Jobn-

Walter V ailencour presia_ing. . . A!! eirCle officers are especially asked to attend. improvement diu~ Don't forget the Midland Improvement club meeting Wednesd13.y eve!Jing, March 13, in the Midland hall, with President Albert Bombardier presiding. All adults in the community are cordially invited. There will be disdi.tssfon en paving Portland avenue. ·- .. -·-·--· -···

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,Elk Plain News

15-day furlough from the Air Force with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Parker. Smoker April 5 The Elk Plain school smoker will be held April ·5, Save the date! ·Congratulations Congratulations to Don Carlson and Bob Rasmusson fol'. winning third and fourth places at the wrestling meet at Lincoln high school. New Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Olson are receiving congratulations on the birth of a .daughter, Kathie Marie, March 1. Mrs. Olson was Bethel high school P-TA president last year. Reporter - Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GRanite 7658.

Elk Plain Boys 4-H meeting wa:S held at the Bornemen home li'eb. 26. Ronnie Harkness and Floyd Norneman read their proj.iact . plans. Dave Parker, the leader, took the names of the boys who want books on their projects. Dick Reuther will make if.report at the next meeting, to be held at his home March 12. Best Wishes . Nancy· Stargel, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. S.targel, is recovering from rheumatic fever. Take it easy, Nancy, and get well soon! Mrs. Joe Jupiter is down with pneumonia; we all wish her a quick recoverY. Mrs. Naomi Clark is down with the flu. Her son Johnnie has Well Baby Clinic just returned to school after havThe Midland-Central Avenueing flu. We all miss you NaomiCollins Wel.1 Baby Clinic will be get well soon! held Wednesday, March 13, in Home on Furlongh William Parker is spending a the Midland fire hall, East 95th and Jackso11. Children of five years and under will be given examinations and shots without charge. Dr. William McPhee will be the physician. Registration will be from 9:00 to 10:00 a. m. For further information call & Mrs. Andrew Christensen, GR 168th & Pacific Ave. 7832; Mrs. Charles Peterson, GR FREE SNACKS to Customers 5529, or Mrs. Vern Blauvelt, GR 5853, after 5:00 p. m.

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Pacific Lutheran College really proved what they could do Jac;t 1-veek against the Buchan Baken;. The Lutes certainly gave the 2700 packed fans a show. With Jim Van Beek leading the way, PLC mo'ved in front early, built up a 16 point lead and sbvecl off a late rally to dump the AAU champs fol' the second time this season.

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The whole Lule ball club played well with big Nick Keld(~1·ma11 adding some spectacular and timely hook shots lo really befuddle the opposition. ·with VanBefJk and Rog Ivers011 hitting from out (And Beek's lunging drive-in 1s) Keldennan's hooks and Chuck Cmtis playing in front of the free-throw lane the Lutes flipper a different attack at the puzzled Baker.'>. That along with the fine defensive play of Jack Sinderson and the reserve strength of Tom Sahli and Bob Roiko did the trick.

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Yeh11 Slops EatonviHe In Tourney Finale E11tonvil1e's Cruisr:rs nearly made it to the State B tourney, but, a team they beat earlier whipped them in the final Dis· trict batlle. The Crui!:icrs! \vho ·were dumped by one of the B tourney fav· oritcs, Port Townsend 61-33 Friday riight, fell to rival Yeh11 5027 in the deciding game. Eatonville whipped Yelm the opening night of the tourney but \vas a victiin of revenge the final night. Against Yelm on Saturday Ifollis Barnett paced Eatonville with 10 points. The Cruisers had an iec cold first half netting only 10 points. Against Port Townsend Carew tallied 10 points to lead Eatonville.

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Three teams from the Puget Sound League will continue their battles for berths in the State A basketball tourney Friday night at Renton as loop winning High, line meets Renton and Kent-Meridian faces Bellevue. Highlinc, the class of the league and only once beaten during the regular season, was dropped by West Bremerton 57-51 last week in the second round of the opening bwcket. They won their opener against Bellevue 50-49. Meanwhile Renton . lost ifs 9pener to powerful Port Angeles 51-31 but won over Lake Washington 53-49. Kent-Meridian dumped Lake Washington 70-50 the first night then lost to Port Angeles 58-55 Saturday. Saturday the winners of Friday night's games play for the district third place and ·a spot in the state tourney. West Bremerton and Port Angeles (who already have tourney berths clinched) play the final Saturday for the top spot in the district. The ·west Central League's representative, Peninsula, found things too rough .as West Bremerton whipped them Friday 5947 and Bellevue did the same Saturday 67-45.

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"A Day in the Life of a Po· licevr•oman" \Vas the theme of Capt. Myrtle V;mBever's interesting tslk at the Canyon Road Ladies' Au:s:flinry luncheon last Thursday. She rclnt.ed several incidents to show how necessary it is· to have a \VOn1an accompany the arresting Officers. l-Icr hopes are to have more '\Varn.en on the force than the four now on duty. The lovely luncheon had St. Patrick's Day for its motif; host· esses were Se.rah Field, Beverly

Spring." Mnny of the local stores are co-operating by furnishing smart styles of the day for toddlers: the women models will be outfitted by a popular Tacoma department store. A very special award is offered and cake and coffee will be served. Further details of "Fashions hi the Spring" \Vill appeai· in future issues of this news· paper. Campbell, Mrs. Zeemer and Mrs. Dugwyler. Sorry! We are very sorry to learn that the Smiths-Herold, Betty, Susan and Robert-are moving to Tacoma as soon as Robert recovers from the chickenpox. They have sold their home on Canyon road. Clinton Smith of East 72nd St. has been temporarily retired from tl1e school ball team. He broke his finger playing ball at school. Heporter Mrs. John -Folk, GRanite 5801.

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tries included the following: Electronic display, Bill Otto; model house truck and .trailer, Lyle Haller; ceramic collection, Mrs. Cecie DeHart; airplanes, Ronnie Norman; match book colThe Hobby show held in the lection, Dannie Guy; doll colschool gym March 1 offered a lection, Judy Robinson. FARM FRESH splendid array of displays, viewRock and petrified wood, ed by many. Outstanding en- George Green; Florida baby alliHOMOGENIZED AND gator, Dale Anderson; southern PASTEURIZED MILK swamp fox, David Anderson; AND CREAM rock collection, Van Baker; old BY AN EXPERT Norwegian spinning wheel, Mrs. ICE CREAM Ed Boyle; art and elephant figurines, Mrs. Virgil Cosgrove; 11 ceramics, Mrs. Laurence Baskett; feather pictures, Mrs. Kaelin; ~ii 4@4 @iiief$

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high school pupils, · Mrs. Hazel Schmalle and J o h n Leque; creamer and sugar from Norway and a Civil War teapot, Mrs. Fred Rousseau; ·clock over 100 years old and Mexican pitcher, NJ:rs. Ed Boyle; antique coffee grinder, Mrs. G. W. Johnston; Norwegian picture Bible over 80 years old, Mrs. Fred Rousseau. Refreshments were served in the gym by Mesdames Otto Anderson, Nick Ell, James Ball, Del Haworth and Martin Squiers; in charge of the dinner in the lunch rooin were Mrs. Elsworth Cardey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selk, Mrs. Gil Baker, Mrs. Walter Earle,

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PORi{ LOU" ROAST • • ••• 45c Lean and Tender SLICED

SLICED

BACON

PIECE

BACON

BACON

Armour's Banner Brand 1-Lh.

6 to 10-Lb. Sides. A good buy.

Pkg. • .

Lb.

Armour's Star or Hormel's -Dairy. 1-Lh. Pkg. • Very Economical

57 C

45c

BACOt><B SQUARES

BEEF

a

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1~Lb.

PORK

TEli\H)ER.lO!NS

Pound

69c Lb!f

Lucerne Blossom Time. Assorted Varictieti. Quart Pini t/i f:. Ctn. . .. "!' Ctn. . .. £~(}

29~

Salm.on Steaks 59c

U.S. Choice. Blade Cu,t.

Bread"d Shrimp 59e

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Captain's Choice

Cudabro or Armour's. 4-6 lbs.

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Prices e!fect.ive 'l'hurn· dav, Mal'ch '1, thm Sat11!'day, March !I, at 82mJ & Padffo Safeway., No :sale5 to dealers, 1·ight to limit reserved.

NUMBER TRANSLATION UST

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BROADWAY FULTON HA W'I'HORNE HILLSIDE GRANITE HUBBARD PROCTOR SKYLINE LAKEWOOD WAVERLY YUKON THORNDYKE GRAHAM PUYALLUP SUMNER

Time VInewood THornwa.H UNiversity

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FOR EXAMPLE:

COMET CLEANSER

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By now most of you folks are undoubtedly aware of the city-wide telephone number change coming up th.is June. This number change is necessary in order to fit Tacoma i.nto the nationwide numbering plan. of you will have your present number changed only by the addition of fl prefix. For Example, Market would change to Market 7-0556 .. Lalrn-1-vood 7081 w,ill change to Juniper 8-7081. Bill McLeod, 1our Teleph""41 We were able to keep such Managaiar prefixes as Market, Broadway Waverly. \.Ve were sorry to have to eliminate others such as Proctor and Lakewood. The nationwide num~ bering plan di'vides the country into areas and theri'.\ cannot be any duplication of numbers in these areas, The telephone number translation list appearing in th.is column gives you a means of determininp; your new telephone number. However, in a few individual case~, equipment rearrangements might make Lota! number change necessary. All telephone rnst" omen; will receive a notice in May confirming their individual number.

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FlUFFO SHORTENINGm

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Watermelo111s

in 4 colors

'1

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SWEE'l' & JUICY

NEW! LUX

8-0z. Pkg.

Fish Sticks ••. 29c

, . . Ea .

119C

SMOB<ED

Lh.

29c

Lb. Bag

Large solid beach Firm hearts-serve in spring salads.

1. 85

9

COTTAGE CHEESE

Pot Roast

Captain's Choice.

Can 2 .. 1.b. Ct.l'ln

49c

a

Washington Grown Netted Gems. Fine for bak· lng.

Ill

ill

Ed,vru·d's Coffee, expertly blended

V cry juicy and tender. Easy to prepare.

Silver Salmon. Jrresh, Whole or Half 49c lb.

•1 f • 1 .t>.COa, so use·u·· m 'so' m'an·.·.y··· .·ways

a

Lb .

Pound

PORK SPARERBBS • • • ••• 39e

f~(t

Just rig~t for spring salads, or use for relish dishes.

PORK CHOPS

Pound

c:

Iba

SERVE A FRESH SALAD!

Pound

Lean & Tender Loin End

• .• 2/49c

Dinner Hou,. Elbo. 14-0z. Pkg.

39c Lb~

Pound

PO.RI< SHOlH.DER ROAST •• 29e

000000

MACARONI •• 23c

ROAST

c

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TOMATO JlHCE ••

Rib End. Juicy and Tender.

Lb.

Blade Cut

SPREAD •••• 84c

PORK LOIN

VIHOLE OR HALF

U~BY'S

BREEZE CHEESE. 2"Lh. Loaf

WJLL BECOME . I

BRoadway 2-5207

- - Now iM t.h~ t.irne for :y,011 busir1ess rne11 to orders for Yellow"Pages advertising in this year's telephone directory. Our classified advertising sales.,. men will be in town contacting ,business firms until March 22nd.

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ClCVER CREEK • • •

Three Birthdays Charles Wemouth, Mrs. Omar Roland and Pennv Nichols celebrated their birthdays together at Mrs. Roland's home. Among the 24 present WE·re Mr. and Mrs. Roland and Elmer (Bud), Mr. and :Mrs. Weymouth and family, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Nichols and' !a.:rnjiy, r.Ir. and l'vlrs. J1,1:erla lJ1chols and family and 1\.'1r. and Mn;. Allen Vitilb and family.

ny Enjoy Trip re i'.lernbors of Clc,vcr Creek P-SA

Preschool

\V,?nt

to Olympia

26. Jn the party were •.hune!:> fiiilh1Td i\1c.'nd, fa,.ndrc\V IIarry LincHJo :J.rid \VnlBn1:;-le:y. "\Vith other mernof Pierce County Council, ~>pent o.n l'!1joyabJe an.d e<lu·1nncd d~tY \'ir1iting the stnte Lilntllre ncnY in session. Rep. Frnnk Branellet of 'i;;u, distTic·-;· hB.:;; invited tl11.: nrndc~ of Clover C1·eck Bnd Plnin schools to go to Olyr:11_Friday, J\fnrr'h 3. The buses L.-_::1ve the schooh:'.) at 8:45

Wir.ber Sue Ellen Gro~vet!le!' won a trip to Langendorf bakery and an appearance on Stan Boreson's show March 4 for selling the most Girl Scout cookie~ last year.

Crooks, .Cor:nelia. :a¢ardon, . Juli•.

Bethel Juniors

Neilson, Karen Saryet, Sonia Engebretson, Betty Shook, Marilyn Nelson, Jeanette R'.tai1se, Joan Martinson, Elaine. Wright, The Junior class of Bethel high Erven Marriott, Pat Ferguson, Dave Leigh, Jim Nelson and Cub Scouts. school has rec~ntly selected as Norman Weimer. The Cub Sr.outs will meet Fri.. day, March 8. There will be en• its annual .class play, an adult tertainrr1ent· and presentation of comedy, "Men Are Like Street a",vards. Cur"." The ~htt: is April 5. . ~". ftll_.~,The cast mcludes Sandra ~UV~\\l 1& In Hospital

To Present Play

re·.

lAll·E·. sa·onrflti ft ,MOVING & STORAGE

Day ol Pr!!ii:J~r Vfonda C. Cox underwent surClover Creek Ba1Jti,;t church gery Monday, March 4, at Vet- Seattle. She is in Ward 3, West. wiH observe a Vvorld Day of crans hospital, Beacon avenue, Reporter-Mrs. William Dalby. Prayer Friday. Niarch 8; services will !Jo. at 1 :00 and 7 :00 p. rn. Jn tll'.' item about the Sunday schod mcmbGrship contest lcEit \Veck,. the South American tcnm \YOn, not the .4.frico.n rwiii~:Vi:ionarics rn., rc•tun1ing nt 3:00 p. m. The ns stated. WE RECOMMEND GE TUBES ndc,nt~ \vill see the ;.trrte lcsisl ~-~ll)'t=.• ut '\-Vorl:_ nii<l tour the capiJunior LARGE SELECTION OF USED T. V. A11 are ns~::ed to bring lunch. RECONDITIONED SETS AT BARGAIN PRICES. in ScNmd Place Bootery TlH• CJovPr Ci·cek boys' basketLAKEWOOD CENTER LA 4181 h1Jl tc>nm won second place in

OVER.HIGHT SERVICE

AUTHORIZED ----- - --SERVICE

CALL THE MOVER NEARE:ST YOU AND SAVE:'$$$$ FREE ESTIMATES

PHONE

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league.

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Specializing Jn Children's Shoe9 706 ST. HELEN'S AVE. MA 6318

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NIGHTS & SUNDAY -

TELEVISION SERVICE CENTER

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MELLOW, OLD FASHIONED STORE CHEESE.

FRESH FROZEN. SPECIAL

U.S. NO. 1 GEM

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Tender sponge layers. Fresh lemon filling. Creamy frosting. (Reg. 1.00).

Spec. 89c Pit..JEAPPLE OR

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Spec. 23c

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Page 12 Thursday, March 7, 1957

izzling Prices for Sizzling Ste

Grain Fed Beef .. The Best .. Guaranteed Tender

SIRLOIN

RIB

STE AK

STEAK Grain Fed Beef

v.

lb. . . •

TENDER

cl

·

Lb.

PORK

Ill

HAM

49c

Lb.

R0' AsT

G ..

Lb.

45c cu8 Es... 4

Lb.

Lb .••

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LEAN BONELESS.

c

Lb,

Garsten's - Layer

Lbs. SJOO

BACON ••

m mm e m m

BONELESS FULLY COOKED Whole or Half

G.R.OUND

RUMP ROAST

POT . ROAST

STE AK •• 49c BEEF

LOIN END CUT .

Carsten's Hygrade

F~ESTA

ma

PORK

ROLLED

BEEF=. 4/99c R0 AST m

LEAN

Lbs.

it • •

SffiLOIN TIP

Lb.

SHORT

55c

RIBS Lean

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PURE PORK

!LgT~U~ Tm ~:. 33c !~Pw~A FARME'RS PURE

c

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Lb.

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G,raham News Grandmothers Sunshine club will meet. Friday, March 8, at 1:00 o'clock af the home of Mrs. Harvey Sundquist. Mrs. E. A. Lauenborg will preside. Visits Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney and family of Seattle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tinius. Mrs. John LaPore returned home Monday after a week with her parents in Maple Valley . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson were dinner guests at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lorenz, Saturday evening. Appreciation Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd wish to express their deep appreciation to all the friends and neighbors who helped during his illness with gifts and cards. Improving Mrs. Paul Lindberg is home from the hospital and improving nicely. Sympathy Friends and neighbors extend their deepest '>YWJ?flthY. to H.enry Manthay on the death of his wife Jenny. They lived in Kapowsin for many years before moving to Tacoma. Church Notes Sunday services at Covenant Community church will be in keeping with the Lenten season. Paul Lindberg is in charge of the Sunday school and Mrs. Orley Andrews directs t h e church choir. The Rev. Paul Nelson's sermon topic for the evening service will be "Future Events in the Light of Prophecy." The confirmation class of 20 young people will meet at 9:45 a. m. Reporter ~ Mrs. Kate Nelson,

CONSOLE TwVm with doors. Now 24" HOFFMAN

NSOLE TJt

ZENITH PORTABLES.

n

9

m a m a m a m

13995 16995 ·

TO

17" - ONE ONLY

Reg. $159.95

95

MUMEROUS NAME B,itAND USED T.Y. SETS

PRH~ED

fR

$25.00 UP

.L

Your Fuel Oil and Appliance Dealer

Distributing

~

CUSTOM MEAT CUTTING Locker Beef 25c Lb. & Up 2519 East 112th G'R 5332

SJ

HOTPOINT PORTABLE. first, come

Food Lockers

.id

$,

Reg. $79S.OO

Mountain View

11111111m11

Company

140th & Pacific Averrn1e

GRanite 8624

BOYD'S

PILLSBURY

c 25~Lb .

27" HOFFMAN

Puget Sound Nationcd Bank

offers

Ci

wond'erful way to save

Pound •••••

Bag

Ill

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With I Oc Coupon on Can

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C&H 10.. Lb. m&mmo

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sav~

regularly and systematicalfy!

We rememher to save for you! Here is a wonderful, easy, convenient way to save. It's AUTOMATIC SAVINGS ..•

Quart

"FARM FRESH" NALLEY'S

CUCUMBER CHIPS

GRAPEFRUIT

long Yell ow

NALLEY'S MAYONNAISE' ••

c

Large Size

CUCUMBERS

Lb. Can a

IRESH PRODUCE

pow available in Tacoma for the first time. All you do is to decide. how much you want

We Also Feature: Romain Lettuce • Green Peppers ~ Avocados Fresh

to save each n'lonth. Go to any of our five convenient offices and fill out a form authorizing the PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK.to transfer that amount from

B

Mushrooms - Brussel Sprouts - Fresh Rhubarb and many other items for your table pleasure!

your Checking to your Savings Account. A notice of the transfer is included m your monthly statement. It's as simple as that. There is no charge for the service.. AUTOMATIC SAVINGS remembers to save for you. It puts you on a regular monthly savings plan, and it will be surprising to you how your savings will grow.

YOUR ONLY HOME OWNED

SUPER MARKET 12208 Pacific Avernu~

Savings are insured up to $10,000. Ask any teller about it now at your nearest

OPEN:

PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK office,

7 Days A Week 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

•• , tlwt's all there is to it!

Prices Effective THURS., FRI. & SAT.

We cordially invite you to sign up for Automatic Saving::. now!

TfilS' WEEK

84TH & PACIFIC BRANCH No Sales To De'alers Right To Limit Reserved

~ALPH

HUBBARD

MANAGER

S4th & Padfo: Branch

,

UGl1'

OUND NATIONAL '

.

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MAIN OFFICE & CONVENIENT NEIGHBORHOOD BRANCHES• FJ?EE CUSTOIVl?R PARiaNG . . . MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORi>OSATION; .;.


Times journal v 12 no 26 mar 7, 1957