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Alaska may .have its ice break~up ... but Tacoma is having its ice melt-up . . . The .B & I Shopping Center, 80th and South Tacoma Way has stacked over 100 tons of ice in its parking lot, and is staging -·-··-··-·- -· - - - - -· THURSDAY, MARCH 14, lfJ57

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Monte Vista Garden club will meet at the home of Mrs. Gordon Korsmo for 12:30 luncheon Thursday, March 21, Mrs. Phillip Norby assisting. ·Mrs. Kenneth Janech will talk on "Companion Plants and Heathe.r." There will be a plant exchange.

lacamas Dance A community dance will be held Saturday, March 23, 9:00 to 2:00, in the Lacamas Community hall, Harts Lake Loop road. Refreshments and good music are promised. Proceeds will he used for expenses of the hall.

Amateu:.· talent is being sought for the annual Kapowsin P-TA Talent Show, to ·be held April 6 nt 8:00 p.m. in the Kapows;n grade school.. Any talented ame>teur wishing to compete is urged to apply for audilion; audition d;otes will be announced in the Times-Journal very soon. For auditions, call Mrs. A. L. Jackson, Graham 7-7649; Mrs. Leroy Fairbanks, Eatonville 2-4708, or Mrs. Ben Staab, Orting TW 3-5349. Prizes will be a warded to win-

Busy Beaver 4EH The Busy Beavers 4-H club held th<e February meeting at Ervin. Myhre's hem9. 'l'he Collins Grailge invited us to take pm·t in their open house meeting; Jerry Anderson played his accordion, R'.)ger Breithaupt played his violin, accompanied by his sister, Linda; Jack Till111an presented our 4-H charter to the Grnnge and expressed our appreciation of their sponsorship. Our reporter was instructed to write Mr. Purcell about a new club using the name Busy Beavers; our members feel that since we have had the name four years and would like to keep it as our own, t.he new club should choose another

Kapowsin P-TA and· Kapowsin grade school are joint - sponso-rs for a smolrnr this Friday eveniing at 8:00 1n the grade school gym. Alberta Kizer, clerk. 'l'here will be 15 bouts in all; re freshmen ts will be served. Joo Butcher has been coaching the The Baker ,Junior High School buys and prornises an evening P-TA members will man the oi spo1·tsmanship an<l fun. steam tables for a smorgasbord dinner in the school lunchroom on Sunday, March 17. The doors All schools in the Franklin will be open Jrom 12:30 to 5 :30 Pierce School District will carry p.111. The menu will include on a paper drive starting March ttp·key and salmon and all the 18 and ending March 29. The fixings. Prices are very conserv . . money raised will be for student alive, according to Mrs. Ray body funds of the various Squires and Mrs. Otis Hay, chair- schools. men of the event. The public is invited and tickNewspapers or magazines may cts may be obtained at the door. b? ldt at nny of tbe Franklin The school is at 8320 South 1 St. P1ercc schools.

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Card of Thanks wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the lovely floYvers and kind assistance during my recent Joss- of. my wonderful husband and pal, Robert V. Hersey. I am especially grateful to the men of MROD, Combat L. A. uf M. LodgH No. 2014, Parkland Ambulance and Summit Fire Depart.ment; also many thanks to our "friends and hunting pai·tners who came from miles away. Mrs. Robert V. Hersoy Rt. 3, Box 127, Tacoma

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A blazing car on a lonely road Friday night claimed the life of T vnn Denzel Davis, 36-year-old ~~1tomobile salesm,:n of 1611 So. ll3·ch St., Parkland. Tom McClure of Rt. 3, Box 575, Tacoma. driving along Brookdale road just east of Canyon road on that ,rainy night, noticed the Dctvis car parked by the ;·oadside, lights on, motor runnin51 'vindshicld S\vjpcs going and smoke pouring fron1 the crrr. Contestants coming closest to After a quick look and not s3ethe actual tin1.e ~'ill receive i:ng e.nyone in the car, he rushed many prizes. First prize will be to the home of a neighbor, Roy five hundred silver dollars, Cox of Rt. 3, Box 579, and had which are currently displayed Cox cal! the Summit-Vfoodlandbeneath a plastic bubble in the Collins fire department. entrance of B & I · : · Second Next 011 the scene \\~as Jack Prize will be a 21" 'TV set · · ·· Brown, publisher of the Timesand . there will he several Jnurnal, who was rctu··nin:; from merchandise awards. Yes, shades Seattle with his family. The of Alaska's famous Tenana , three men tried to get close River ice-break-up can no\v be enough to the cir, nD\V engulfed found in the Tacoma area at in flames, to· determine if it hr.cl, B & I . Truly a spectacular any occupants but the hot fire sight for all to sec. and the possibility of an ex. plosion held them .back. The S-W-C fire depm·tment, led by Chief Ash Butler, arrived The regular weekly meeting in record ti.me a!ld even though of the Parkland Area Kiwanis well aware of t.he dangcor of an club will be held at Trinity explosion, the, men ad va!.1ced on Lutheran church this (Thurs- the burning car, opened the door day) evening, with dinner served on the right hand side and at 6:30. A fine program is poured water in to the interior, promlsed by Rammy Ramsbd. extinguishing the fla!lles. (See The Embassador quartet of PLC photographs on Page 6). will sing. Ernest Uno, directorIt was not until the left hand secretary of the Tacoma Y.M.C.A. door of the car was opened to was the speaker last week. Two take a picture of the car's inter .. new members were installed: Art ior that the victim's body was Wing and Jim Knaggo; glad to (Continued on P.:ge 6) have you fellows! The meeting followed by a board meet- Eatonvme TA ?'as mg. ~mrites -------Eatonville P··TA Stunt Night will be held April 5 at 8:00 p.m. The Pierce County Dairy in the high school auditorium. .Wives will meet Tuesday, March Talent cf llll kinds is needed to 19, at 1·:00 o'clock at Nettie's make this program a success. restaurant, Puyallup. Mrs. FlorAnyone interested is asked enc:= Allen of ,the County Agent's 'to call Eatonville 2··3849 or office will be guest speaker; her 2-3516. theme, 1 'Ideas for June Dairy Month." All dairy wives or those interested in dairy p1:oblems are welcome.

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'l'be 112th Boosters club will hold its next meet Thursday, Mc.rch 21, at 8:00 p.m. in the Woodland school lunch room. The purpose oI the club is to V\.-'Orh t0v1ard the i1nprovement of 112th stn.•Jt and of the Woodland community in general. At a 1·P.cent m0eting Ben Ruyle and Jack Di!lon were named to find a location for a community clt:.b house. Mrs. Mae Elliston, membership chairmr..n, asks those interested in the club to phone her at Puya!lu~ 5-2853.

Young people from Franklin • Pierce high school and the Parkland junior high and elcmcmlary schools brought home gratifying honors from the annual Music Competition Festival held March 2 at Renton. Soloists and small ensembles participated and we1:e rated as Superior 1 Excellent, Good, Fair or Unsatisfactory. Franklin Pierce high school had the following entries: Solveig Lerass, piano, superior; Judy Johnson, piano, superio~, .. antl. fl~t~, ~l;p~;·io1·; Joh~ I-1.Lalmin, sousaphone, excellent; Carla Christensen, flute, excellent; Bill Kraiger, tenor saxophone ,excellent; Kathy Jones, oboe, good. . Gary Malmin, ·bass solo, excellent; Sylvia Anderson, soprano solo, excellent; Virginia Miller, soprano solo, excellent; Geraldine Schmalle, soprano solo, excellent; girls sextet, excellent; girls nonette, excellent; girls trio, superfor; Mary Ann Kanton, alto solo, good. Parkland pupils were heard in the following instrumental entries: Jim Ifont, clarinet, superior; David Johnson, trumpet, superior; clarinet ·quintet, superior; Martha Hovey, french horn, excellent; Ann Bluhm, saxophonC>, excellent; flute trio, excellent; trumpet quartet, excellent; John Stern, trombone, good; David Hart, trombone, good; Carol Kruckeberg, flute. good; Eeidi Mobley, flute, comment only. Parkland vocal soloists and

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Big SWC Dinner Planned Sunday The Summit-Woodland-Collins Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary will hold their famous ham and turkey dinner in Fire Station No. 1 on Canyon road near Airport Sunday, March 17, from noon till 5 :00. p. m. Donations arc $1.25 for adults, 50c for children. Mrs. L. Hoff, ways and means chairman is in charge. 1

There are 35 members of the SWC fire department, with two men on duty every night, taking turns, to be there to man the equipment in case of a fire call. All firemen serve without pay and all have regular jobs, the same as the rest oi us. All proceeds of the dinner will go for needed equipment or supplies so come early and avoid the rush. P1·eschool Central Avenue Preschool will hold the regular meeting in the school lunch room Tuesday, M.arch 19, at 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Lorain13 ·Hughes from the Pierce County Ar;ent's office will. speak

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on decorating and furnishing the young child's room. On Furlough Ed Krummel is home on furlough from Fort Ord, Calif., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Krummel of 4018 East 103rd. He went to Fort Ord in January. Home Again Mrs. C. R. McMillan of Canyon road returned home Sunday after a 2-weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eastwood and daughters of Rialto; on her way home she also visited a sister in Los Angeles and friends in Long Beach. In Hospital Mrs. Jessie Van Beek is in St. Peters hospital, Olympia, recovering from a very serious operation. The Van Beeks have been active in the SummitWoodland area for many years and she is loved by all. They have a farm at Yelm; the home address is Rt. 1, Box 232, Olympia. Stock Raisers A new member, Margaret \Valsh, attended the last Summit Stock Raisers 4-H club meeting, held January 17 at the home of Mr. Terp, t_he 4-H leader. Margaret alsh has a dairy cow and calf, so she joined 4-H. The 4-H meeting that w{ls sµpc posed to be held Feb ..· 2t, was postponed because qf .the filP.()1,1\lt of. sickness ·in February. Deimis Terp, Virginia Newman, Glenna Haaland and Margaret Walsh will give demonstra~ tions at the next meeting. Mar• garet Walsh will give a dembnstra ti on of her dairy cattle. Glenna Haaland will give a demonstration on Blanketing a Dairy Calf. The next 4-H meeting will be held Thursday, March 21, at the home of the leader, Robert Terp on Canyon Road. Reporter-Trygve Haaland.

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PETERS & TRACY Attorneys 11222 Pacific Ave.,. Tacoma.

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In the Superio1· Court of the State of Washington, County of Pie1·ce. No. 62902 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE . In the Matter of the Estate of MARY S. STEELE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOIS SMITH, in her capndty as adm.inistratrix of the ahove estnte, will sell at private sale and for cash, the. following described real estate: Lots 1 and 2, and the North 25 feet of Lot 3, in Block 11, Town of Eatonville, Pierce County, Washington. to the h ir,hest and best bidder, for cash. Bids must be submitted in writing and may be left with the administratrix, care of her attorneys, PETERS & TRACY, at 11222 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma 44, Washington. Bids will be received until the date of sale. No bids will be considered unless accompanied by an earnest money certified check, in the sum of $100.00. The sale will be made on or after April 15, 1957. The administratrix reserved the right to TCjeet any and all bids, and no bids will be considered for less than $2,000.00. LOIS SMITH, Administratrix R. L. PETERS For Peters & Tracy Attorneys for Administratrix 11222 Pacific Avenue 'l'acoma 44, Washington Published in the Times-Journal March 14, 21, 28, 1957.

The Harvard-Midland P-TA meeting which was originally planned for Feb. 20, but was postponed because of the snow and the flu, will be held W cdnesday evening, March 20, at 8:00 p.m. at Harvard school. A great deal of time and effort has been put forth on the special program which will be comprised of suspense and surprises. Mrs. Edward Jackson will pre· side over the short business meeting which will include election of officers for the coming year. Hal Evans will speak briefly on legislative matters. The highlight of the evening will be carried out in a "TMs Is Your Life" program theme. At this time a life membership will be a warded to a deserving person in the district. Founder's Day will be observed and past presidents honored. During the evening, honor' will be given to others worthy of special recognition. The P-TA program chairman, Mrs. Walter Eshpeter, urges past teachers, members, alumnae and interested friends to come out and share in this eventful evening. Fourth grade mothers will be hostesses. Mission Don't forget the parish mission starting Sunday, March 17, at the St. John of the Woods church, with the Redemptorist Father, the Reverend William Lockman, conducting. Sunday Masses are at 8;00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. with daily weekly Masses at 6:30 and 8:00 a.m.; afternoon sessions for the school children at 4 :00 in the afternoon and evening services at 7:45 p.m. All the people living in the parish, whether Catholic or not, are invited to take part in this week of spiritual instruction and enlightenment. E>;;.:ccpt for the week of Mission, daily Masses during the Holy season of Lent arc held at 7:00 a.m. Birthday Club Members of the Birthday club gathered at the home of Mrs. Fred Siehl Tuesday, Feb. 19, for an enjoyable evening. Present were Mesdames A. Thompson, Larry Cleary, John Both, Chas. Harris, .Harold Stavig, Herman Pqrtz, Joseph Joringdal, Cliffqrd Tuller, Walter Corrigan, Richard McNabb, Harold_ W.alker and the hostess," Mrs. Biehl. Scouts. Honored A large attendance was present at the February meeting· of the Midland Improvement Club with Albert Bombardier presiding. Several committee reports were given concerning writing letters to the state highway department regarding the widening of Airport road and to the city nbout letting bids to local concerns and, also, the repairing of the hall foundation and the raising of rental rates. Guest on the program was Jack Munroe, representative from the Mt. Rainier Council of Boy Scouts, who (Continued on Page 4)

will .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. Tacoma 44, Washington Published in the TimesCJournal Feb. 28; March 7, 14, 1957.

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COMPLETE STOCK OF In the Superior Com·t of the NEW REDUCING AIDS State of Washington for the County of Pierce. COMPLETE No. 61782 PRESCRIPTION DEPT. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND McAuiey PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In The Matter of The Estate Of ROY M. KREGER Airport & Canyon Roads Deceased. GRanite 0668 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hilda M. Kreger, administratrix of the estate of Roy M, Kreger has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Hilda M. Kreger, administratrix and her sureties and that said report and petition will be heard on the 8th day of April, 1957 at 9:30 a.m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and Open .:>aturday All Day place any persons interested in 5303 East 112th GR 4555 said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. • • Methods of Farming Dated this 13th day of March, Have Changed 1957. ROBERT DYKEMAN Clerk of said Court. J M. SKIDMORE Deputy R. L. PETERS Attorney or Estate 11222 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 44, Wash. Published in the Times-Journal March 14, 21, 28, 1957.

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Murphy, $550 car~ort, 905 So . '116th; .Jerome St~ele, $10,000 frame home, 14417 Spanaway Loop Road.

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O'Neal, $1100 addn. to home, 873 So. ·116th; Ned·· R. Anderson, $2500 mov. home to prop. Rt. 3, Box 127, Tacoma; Clarence

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Parkland Thr-r-ift Days Thurs., Fri. and Sat. this week.

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Ernest Yerbich, $13,750 frame home, 11015 Ainsworth Ave.; Alfred Peterson, $1000 ara e Rt. g g ' 3, Box 140, Tacoma; W. G. Tucker, $4000 mov. home to prop., 11410 Pennsylvania Ave.; Elmer G. Percy, $12,000 frame home, Maple & Canyon Roads; A. Abrahamson, $500 frame home, Rt. 1, Box 188, Spanaway; Dallas A. Dayhuff, $10,000 frame home, 1415 lllth St. So. W. W. Thompson, $16,000 frame home, 411 So. 119th; Arthur Stanke, $13,000 frame home, 13202 "B" Street; Arthur 0. Frank, $5000 mov. home to prop., 4120 Waller Road; E. J.

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PETERS & TRACY Attorneys 11222 Pacific Ave., Tacoma In the Superior . Court of the State of Washington for the County of Pierce. No. 62902 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of MARY S. STEELE, Deceased. Notice is hcbey given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said administratrix or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same

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FERN HILr.-.:.-2 Bedr0>0m. _Carpets a,nd oil circulator incl. '.j)3500 cash. IVIr. Underwood, GR .8691 clays, HA Q127 eve ..

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Food Center

1 ACRE, 70' on Col~ liins by 650' deep. $475. Mr.. Cheethall'l, GR 8691 days, HU 1204 eves.

Kraft

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Chiffon Toilet

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Pr.()dU<:t of Quality

Thrifty Value

1 ACRE, 3 Bedrooms $5250 - $500 Dn. 1 ACRE, 2 Bedrooms, $4000 - $300 Dn. 1 %, ACRE, 3 Bedrooms, $6800 - $600 Dn. 5 ACRES, 3 Bedrooms, $6950 - $150 Dn. G.L 1 BEDROOM, close to Bus. $4250 - $400 Dn. Call Bill - Duane ·or Gene

JAMES Rs LORING Real Estate 12605 Pacific .Ave.

GR 8691

2-Lb. 1-0z. Bottle

SYRUP •••••• li'c Swift Prem. Center Cut Ready to Eat Pet· Slice

BOLOGNA ••• llc

JACUZZI PUMPS

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TOM.ATOES • • 17c

LA 8043

.Ace Dirt Moving Co.

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Bulldozing - Ditching 1'0P SOIL _ GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS Phone Puyallup 5:2452

CARROTS •• 2/l5c !:

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Beautiful 3 bedroom home, Auto. hot water heating i, system; located in /j Parkland on an · · acre of ground with fir ti-ees. $1300 will . buy /' equity. Call Mr. /I Brukofsky, GR 8681 or LA 2201.

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Business Service 3

SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. tracting and appliances; free engineering service for electric heat; GR 7064. 3c!Jf

Re(!llty GR 8681

RAY GOGAN Landscape Cimstruction. Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

11004 So. Pal'k

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WANTED - Route salesman for .old. estabHshed company; married man, 24 to 45 years; car necessary; $90 a week plus expenses. Write Box 2008 Parkland. 5c27

htt. 1, Box 475, Spanaway, Wn. Phone GRanite 4748 OWEN TAYLOR, Service Man

BROCCOLI ••• 19c

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Well Drilling Co. Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms

RELIABLE baby sitter wanted. 4 11~ days· per week. Call GR 4827 after 5:30 p.m. 5-27

Sales & Service Service on All Pumps

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Bunch THR·R-IFTY BUY FOR THE FAMILY THAT WANTS ELBOW ROOM!

TURBINES

PETE SYLTE

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<ii JETS QI) SUSMERSIBl.ES ® CENTRIFUGALS

A-1 INTERIOR PAINTING, Zelotoning & taping; free estimates; RESPONSIBLE PERSON GR 8462. 3ct£ Male •or female, from this area, TREE PRUNING and shrubbery wanted to service and collect trimming; expert work; GR from large console cigarette 5751. 3c28 machines. No selling. Age not essential. Car, and references EXPERIENCED PRUNING, shrub- and $1,000 to $2,000 investbery work, spraying; reason- ment necessary. Very good re-' .able hourly rates or contract; turn and only 7 to 12 hours HU 1605. 3ctf weekly. The best and most pleasant way to supplement you.r income. Full time work 'if you wish. For local interview give full .particulars, and phone WELL DRILLING number. Write P. 0. Box 7019, Minneapol\s 11, Minn. 14c27

Cheese •••• • 69e Log Cabin Country Kitchen

SERVICE aieptic Tanks Cleaneo O. B.ACKLEY GR 4343 GR 7882

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

Tiss1.ae ••••• 2/2lc.

50x100 LOT. Good for . dayliiht basement home. Park1 and. $450. Mr. Black, GR 8691, GR 3272 eves.

WELL DRILLING Berkeley Pumps

ACE SEPTIC TANK I

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

STORKVllLL!

WANTED - Middle aged housekeeper .Also baby care; Mon. thrn Fri. Live in. Call GR 4576. 5p27

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3etf CASH for livestock of all kinds. Also wanted live cattle for mink feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACKHot Water Heating IN: MA 3565. 8ctf Residential and

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Mr. Fix-it $125.00 down, $25.00 per mo. 3 rooms, 2 pc. bath, electric lights, 2 lots. 9022 So. Yakima. 65th .& South D FHA terms or take ·over GI equity. Clean, like new, 2 bedrms., lrg. comb. living and dining rm., kitchen with brk. nook and lots of blt-ins. hrw. floors, utility rm., aut. oil furnace, · garage. New lawn, fenced back yard.

PLUMBING & HEATING GRanite 7293

C!ogged Drains? Toilet Won't Flush? Just Call Us

Sanitary Septic Tani< Pumping Sel!'Vice IPL1y. 5-2873

--'. . . •. . . . . . TOP S01t and fill dirt; crnshed rocH:, Utah coal; GR 353J) 1 or .. ~ !?:veryth.ing For Bab Puyallup 5-2038; ·.·. 3ctf 1) • $ •,450.00 ·.. .· • Including • •• ~/. ;':" . .~ctf,1;. •Qwµer -..;di· c4rry. pontract. 3 .ltivenile · r-urnitur.., ... ,,, ;· . :;•; • .· ..~ • ·. /"' ·.bedrms., hdw.. floors, h:g. liv9618 1 Pac. Ave. GR 4664" •!~TQM KILLINp, poultry. of ing rm., kitchen, wired 220, all kinds; 'ViiA 69::>2. 3ctf lots of blt-ins, full bsmt., aut. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING ' oil furnace, plumbed for aut. Mile B Service, Airport & Vickwasher and dryer, lrg. garage, ery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf 3 lots. 2 blks to bus and CLEANING stores. "OWER MOWERS sharpened On any 9£ above ads Call Prompt Service and. serviced; pick-up atnd de· Ralph Decker HI 9579. livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 Tacoma Ave .. MA 3431. 3ctl Realty HA 71!38 Ht 3980 .6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 New & Used Machinery WE BUILD HOMES...-Remodel ::Member of Tacoma Real Estate RAINIER TRACTOR level buildings; ca:binet wol'k, Board River Rd. PUYALLUP 5-2105 concrete work Reason~ble, · 3ctf OR 3550. MA 0706. 3ctf $3,750 for a two-bedroom home on 1h acre ground, has double ~MITH CABINET SHOP-ReParkland garage, good drilled well; cormodeling, kitc'hen cabinets; we ner of Military and John Mahan sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span. away; GR 7949. 3ctl roads, near Academy, BR 8873. 9c27

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4 ·BEDROOM - $12,500 2 FULL BATHS, fireplace, hardwood floors, forced air heat, large kitchen, attached garage. Located in the South End. Call Mr. O'Leary, GR 5292 or GR 8638. PARKLAND 5 YEAR OLD, 3 bedroom home, fireplace, nice kitchen with din.in::, space, attached garage. Call Mr. Hickman, GR 8638. NEW RAMBLER - PARKLAND ? ,.j:2i)Tl'.)0M HOME, fireplace, .attached garage, near McChord rm·' College. F.H.A. appraised. Call Mr. Damme!, GR 8638 or r·, 36M O:N'E BEDROOM COZY little home with tile floors, well arranged kitchen, garage, fenced yard. Terms. Action gets this one. Located at 839 South 118th Street. Call Leonard Wood, GR 8638 or HI 2502.

SUBURBAN RE.ALTY .... Insurance GRanite 8638

11302 Pacific Avenue ~RNEST

HARMON, Broker

C. V. Hutson

Septic

Tank. Service

GR 4426

FERN HILL PE.AUTY SHOP

Pumping - Credit - Cleaning

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SEPTIC T.ANK Pumping·Cleaning New Tanks &. Drain Fields Installed TOP QUALITY PARKLAND RAMBLER $1,100 DOWN. No other cost FARMS. l'h acres with 4on this 7-yr.-old, 2-bedroom bedrooms; 3 acres with 3 home. Low monthly pay- bedrooms; a 2-bedroom home ments. Immediate possess- with 5 acres. Dandy oution. Call Mr. Holmes GR 5593 buildings. Please call for deor GR 8659. tails. Ask ·for Mrs. Holmes, GR 5593 or GR 8659. RURAL COtONIAL 4 BEDROOMS, 2 complete PARK AVENUE baths, sep. dining' rm., nook in kitchen, hardwood floors, NEED 4 bedrooms? You'll like furnace heat to all rooms. this location and you'll like Approx. 'h acre of excellent this house. Eating space in soil. Asking only $12,500. kitchen, large utility room, Call Orrin Moore, GR 4860 garage, fenced , back yard. Close to everything. . Edna or GR 8659. ·Taylor, GR 8659 or GR 3556. PARKLAND RAMBLERS 5405 SO. CEDAR I HAVE several new 3-bedroom homes in good loca- COZY 3-bedroom bungalow tiions on easy terms. EQUI- with full basement, furnace, TY TRADES POSSIBLE. For garage. Close to bus and details call Ernie DeRocher, schools. GI appraised for GR 3647 or GR 8659. $5,850, $160 down and mo. payments less than rant. For COLLINS. ROAD more information call Orrin 5 ACRES all cleared and Moore, GR 4860 or GR 8659. fenced. 3-yr.-old, 3-bedroom home. G.I. appraised. Nice PARKLAND RAMBLER Jiyjng room, dinette, beauti- $500 DOWN, $75 per month. ful kitchen, all birch cabin- Immediate possession 3-bedets, utility room, wired for rooms, furnace heat, harddryer. Nice patio. For de- wood floors, carport. Why tails on thi3 nnd scvcr::tl rent? To see call Bill Ghan, other acreages call Ernie De· GR 8659 or GR 4252. Rocher, GR 3647 or GR 8659

DEVEREAUX REALTY DICK DEVEREAUX

11002 PacificAvenue

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Broker

GRanite 8659

MEMBER OF TACOMA REAL ESTATE

BOARD

Terms No Down Pmt. 3-Yrs. to Pay Subject. to C~edit Approval

Loorence &

Olmsted LA 8734

HI 5945

FOUNDATIONS, additions, re. modeling. Free estimates. Fin. ancing, no down payment. Phone ID 7000 anytime. 3ctf PARKLAND HEATING CO., service for any type heating unit; parts and filters; wn. liam.s Oil-0-Matic low pressure furnaces; 755 South 108th, GP. 4045. 3ctf

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Feed & Seed Co. · 14660 Pacific Ave.

J?OR SALE - Bay mare, 143rd and East D St., GR 4817. 16p27

WEBB ELECTRIC

GR 4888

FOR SALE - Three radios $5 each; wood rarige $5; new electric roaster $20; antique sewing machine $75; 1941 Ford $75; female Chihuahua 18 mo. old, $25; male half Peke and Chihulhua $10; Rt. 3, Box 210, Sibley & Andrian Roads. 15c27

FOR SALE--.- Cow, coming fresh TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET in April; GR 4127. 13c27 classes,. All ages. Mi 'l d red ~------I Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf

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• Work Wanted

RESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants baby sitting and house cleaning; call GR 4866 after 3:30 p.m. 14ctf

FOR SALE Guernsey cow, freshen 15th or 18th; rich milker, gentle, goon all around; $125; 10611 East Burnette St. north of Airport. 15c27

LICENSED MOTHER with lots of SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESexperience wants child care; Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann home fully equipped, good food; Bakery. 15ct.f days and nights in my home; llI 6540. 14c27

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MOTHERLY CAR:ti; your :Child in nice home; GR 6025 . HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wants baby sitting jobs evenings, week- · ends; .35c an hour; HI 2327. l4c28

30 Day :Free Trial 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red-Line Foundation

TEEN-AGER would like baby sit-. ting · evenings and weekends; Parkway Furniture GR 5010. 14c27 141st &. Pac. Ave. GR 3941 Open Till .9:00.pm. CHILD CARE; excellent facilities for children; days; GR 4865. LOST JOB and· can't pay off $16 l4c29 due on GE cleaner with attachments. Pay off at $5 each CHILD CARE IN PARKLAND; GR 6025. 14c27 month and get free home demonstration. ,UPTON ELECTRIC THREE TEENAGE GIRLS wish CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. , · 15c2'"(. baby sitting evenings, weekends; HA 8345. 11c29 . . -----· COPE BROS., buyers of all MOTHERLY CARE for your child kinds of poultry;: 102 South in nice home; GR 6025. 14c27 72nd St., HA 4406. 15ctJ'

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Jennie L. Grodvig

Parkland Realty Co.

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McMENAMINuS

Midland Nursing Home

WANTED I NEED large and small acreage. Have buyers from the East with cash. Call farm salesman, Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337 or HI 8408.

.10816 Portland Ave. GR 5'395 LICENSED· NORSES ON DUTY 24·HOURS A DAY

CHILD CARE in my home, days. GOOD . BOARD and room for Reasonable rates. GR 7233. men; home privileges; GR 9006. 14c27 15c27

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NOTICE WHY PAY MORE? Brand new light weight electric portable sewing machine, round bobbin, sews forwai·d and backward, 12 attachments; $32.50, guaranteed RETURNED Necchi, $55.00 balance; take over payments. USED Singer electric 23.00. USED White electric $15.00. Many more. Too numerous to mention. · SOUTH TACOMA SEWING MACHINE CO. 5H01/z So. Tacoma Way

38 ACRES - $3000.00 STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. ICE: Top soi:l, sandy loam, peat GOOD lake bottom land; approxfertilizer; HI 2305 or GR 8259. imately 30 acres cleared, bal3ctf ance in pasture; older buildings; electricity, well, property all fenced. Must sell to settle FOR SALE - 14 foot boat, '!4estate. Call Barney McFadden, inch marine plywood construcTOP Graham 7-7337, or Mick, MA tion, semi-V bottom; wiith 1954 6355, HI 8408. G.R.AVIEL 71/2 h.p. Elgin motor; $180.00; GR 3259. 15c27 10 ACRES - SUMMIT DIST. Puyallup 5-2198 for DelivNICE 3-bedroom home on one FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam ery or will load your truck. 'floor; 4 acres cleared; highway boats $275 unpainted; work Pit at end of 23rd Ave. frontage, good building sites; 1h guarantead; Bantam _Boat Co., S.E. Puyallup. acre in -strawberries, several 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf . fruit trees; double garage, outScreened Rd. Gravel buildings. Will trade; $12,500. Crushed Rock • Top FOR TASTY MEALS Call· Barney McFadden, GrahSoil • Drain Gravel Try am 7c.7337; or Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. 6 Dnys a Week

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G. ANDERSON FUEL CO. BR 831.1

FRESH BROWN EGGS, whipping cream, nectm:berry plants; 306 East 121st. 15c27 BROKEN Automobile glass and fire damaige in upholstery? Bring your car and insurance policy direct to us for quick adjustment. 25% Jiscount on glass. Seat covers and convertible tops inst.a!Jed. ART'S GLASS & UPlIOLSTERY, Reporter - Marlene Corrigan 816 So. Tacoma A'Ve. MA 2200 15ctf GRanite 8545.

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NEAT BEAUTY SHOP .

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• Rentals

THR-RaalFT DAY SPECIALS 52 CHEVROLET. Power • Glide, 40,000 miles, excellent condition. Good Paint ------·-----------$745.00

MARA'S CAFE

McMEN.AMIN'S

CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & BRICK WORK ___, House levelm 8408 SUPPLY; you haul or we haul; ing and foundations, retaining 3514 Pacifie Av0. GR 7586. 3ctf walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- FOR SALE - 4 room home, 2 place and stone work, GR 4291. bedrooms; 'h acre, chicken TAC0MA UPHOLSTERY'· Special on reupholstering dav. 1 3ctf house, excellent soil; GR 5672. enport, chair, as low as $129. 9ctf Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching leveling; weekend deliveries; Homes In Parkland Commun. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR 15ctf GR 7291. 3ctf lties; Acreage close in, either 0327. & with or without buildings. FOR SALE - Hotpoint electric GR 3930 range, 6 years old; standard size, Calrod units, excellent 11220 Pacific Ave. WELDING - All kinds general condition; call LA 4354 after Offtce"-,,.Days: GR 869t> work. . trailers and trailer 15c27 .'i'.'~n:ir.gz.:...,,..,yiJ ~221, H ! 3315 5:00. hitches built to 01 de1, JOE'S WELDING, Mt. Highway, mile ARE YOU UNHAPPY about the HA 7628 townrds the · Mountain from last oil price increase? Let us 72nd and Portland Ave. · Roy "Y", open evenings. GR - - , - - - - - - prove to you that we can save 6534. 3ctf FAST PHOTO SERVICE -'- In FOR RENT --.- Furnished . apart- you $$$$$ if you live within two at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY ment; references required; 126 miles of our bulk plant. Don't BRICK & BLOCK WORK; PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa- East Violet Meadow, GR 0569. delay, call .today! GR S173, fueplaces a specialty; GR 7428 cific Ave., GR 7271. lOctf Lapenski's Home of Clean Oils, 3ctf 3ctf 15ctf 9920 Pacific Ave. '"l.EORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, FOR RENT - 2 bedroom house PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in cleating. New work. Remodel- at iSpanaway, $55 month; in- 'rAP DAN0ING LESSONS. Be. quire >:it 3740 East G St., Tac- ginning and advanced. Call Jim your own home; day or night; 1.ug, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. 10p2E Nylander, GR 0574. 3c.1;f '6ma. 15ctf GR 7254. 3ctf

Manning

AUTOCRAFT

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KITCHEN CABINETS, ·corner COMPLETE shel'Ve:<::, book ca:ses; birch, fir · Insurance .. of All Kinds or knotty pine; built to you:r BEAUTY SERVICE Notary Public specid'ications; get the 'h~st for B237Ya Park Avqi, HI 3171 les'S,·--'IDY prices are the lowest. Est. in Parkland Since 1941 HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, GR 8609 Office GR 5514. . 3ctf DON'T encourage dishonesty; 802 Garfield St., Parkland locks keyed, combinations SEPTIC TANKS & WATER changed; Parkland Cycle & "Deal with the people who give LINES INSTALLED. Riley Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanite you their. personal attention." 3ctf Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or 5772. rm 3204 3ctf

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FOR RENT - 1 bedroom duplex SGT. got tmnsferred and reapartment, $67.50 month; 12605 Ace Dirt Moving Co• turned this nice Admiral TV set Pacific Ave., Parkland. 10c27 BULLDOZING - DITCHING with only $48 due. Take over GRAVEL _ TOP SOIL - SEPTIC ]C\ayments of $10 each month, BEST FOOD ...'... Private rooms TA:t\"'KS - DRAIN FIELDS. and it's yours. UPTON ELEC- "·· and board for welfare and 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup TRIC CO., 1148 Mar!cet St., FU needy people; Eatonville hotel, 2551. 15c27 Phone Puyallup 5·2452 Eatonville, Wash. phone 2-4656 15ctf PIANO LESSONS Classical 10p23 SPECIAL 8x10 photos $2.00 ench. ·and modern. Reasonable rate. FOR RENT - Small furnished Billfolds $4.50 dozen. Family Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ct! house in Parkland; adults only, Portrnit Studio, 8411 So.uth no pets; GR 5846. 10c27 Park. Eictf FOR SALE - FORD tractor 9-N; in first class shape, with plmv FOR RENT - Nice small house FOR SALE - Siegler heaters and mower; 9002 Pacific Ave., suitable for couple, near Pm'k- at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; HI 3020. 15p2'7 land; GR 6556. 10c27 GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. 15Ctf LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service for developing. In at • Repair Service 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. iii Wheel Balancing 15ctf WASHING MACHINE PARTS Motor Tune-Ups Largest st&k in town. Repair_ Headlight Adjusting ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Airport Rocket Service Service, 3727 So. G. :HI 9409 VINCE'S Airport Rd. Next to IGA 11ctf AUTOCRAFT SHOP Shopping Center 10822 Pacific Hiway S.W. COMPLETE Open Every Day LA 9939 W ANTED-L. P. N. with transAutomotive Repain STALL RENT $.75 Per Hour portation, GR 7857. 15c27 Big Selection of Parts & Accessories FOR SALE - Used heaters at PARKLAND FURNITURE New and used miscellaneous; Parkland Fuel Oil Service; Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. GR 8684; l20th & Pacific Ave. Airport & Meridian 15ctf dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf Phone Puv. 5-5344 HATCHING EGGS• Turkey, FOR SALE White enamel duck; mated geese; New 12 kitchen trash burner; golden goose, · oak dresser with _JJ.loin·or; call Zealand buck rabbits; Graham 15c27 '57 . FORDS & CHEVROLETS; GR 6007 after 5:00. 15c27 7-7810. ------------ - - · · · wholesale prices. SMALLEY MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., BABY FURNITURE, new and 8 Horses - Equip. 1'6 GR 4060 anytime, · evenings, used, for sale or rent; C:undays. l2ctf SMALL FRY EXCHANGE FOR SALE - Saddle horses and . 1109 Market St., BR 9505. saddles; 11824 Waller Road. GR 8 15ctf 6735. 16ctf

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51 CHEVROLET. Powerglide, Blue, R & H., Direction Signals ----------------------------$595.00 51 G.M.C. % Panel. Very Good ......... $695.00 49 METRO INT. Panel Walk·in ........ $595.00

56 CHEVROLET V-8. Like New. Two-tone Brown and Cream, 15,000 miles .. $2095.00 GOOD SELECTION OF USED TRUCKS Fram $295.00 To $2,100 Dumps, Cab & Chassis and Blat Beds

LUCKY SALES & SERVICE 13502 PACIFIC AVE.

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onyriious. is figuratiyc.ly and/cir literally beating his head against the wulls of !&Chord's 'Wood Hobby Shop these days, trying E~ger to find the ahS\"/el', after the disturbing dimensional oversight Ne~ds was pointed out to him. Lm.airad~ His boat, too neariy finished to What to do when you build a take apai't and rebuild, is 16 boat '\vith a se\1en-foot beatn and feet long. 'The door it must go discover it has to go through a thru is 6' 6" x 5' 3". door 5' 3"? Warning to AIO: You'll probAn aspiring do-it-yourself en· ably receiv·e a work order fo1· a thusiast, who shall remain an· bigger door on the rear exit of the Wood Shop any day now .. We nuction snle of truck sites in the suggest you make the new door lot to membet'S of theit· nssocia· out of some pliable material like tion. This gave !.hem enough rubber, maybe . . . just in case. money to black-top the Int, install lights, and do some local Pal'ldnnrl Thr-r-ift Dnys Thurs., advertising. Fri. and Snt. this week. The Farmers' Market is open three nights a week: Monday, ~ ~ Wednesday and Friday, from 4:00 t.o 10:00 p.m.-selling fruits, nnd vegetables in season and poul'l!!'if!.jM!j!iifHT~S!Wli!!S!lTtSflMi'tWM try ·products too. Housewives show preferences for products that are fresh off the Y cs, you will be Thr~r­

Thursday, March 14, l957 . The TIMES - JOURNAL

unty Agent Fm·mer's Ma~ket J=\iyallup Vall.,y growers look· ing for iii satisfactory market pro¥it by the experience of i:IFJ Alleg'ileny county farmsrs in Pe1msy lyania. 'l"en· .years ago fruit and vege• tLtble growers of that cottnty de· ci&ed to tnke nction to develop iln outlet in Pittsburgh. As their first step toward estn blishing a farmers' market the (t.l'O\vcrs' association took n.n op·~ tion on a two acre site adjacent 10 the shopping area in the city. Next they raised money by nn

'l~pperware you saw it in

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farm so. farmers sales a1·e b~sed on quality and not lower prices. For 10 years the ma1·ket has so you know it's been operating in this way and ~~ becoming more popular \vith PitUfTJL11f D~¢' llnarnnteed bX "-., tsburg~ shoppers. It has returned \I Jl['i fjfJ Good Houscl<ecpmg · a maximum percentage of the 1.r"'or.tsArin~11st11111.'-~"'~ food dollar back to the producY d 't h !: b ers so is a populnr market with ou on ave 0 e a them too. With a constantly Scotchman to need an growing population in the area, the long-time future of the markextra $30 to $50 a week et is secure. In the Pierce County agents' office we frequently get inquiries If yon could use it call for information about the possibility of buying fruit., vegeta hies GR 0161 or eggs directly from farmers. This interest among family buy· ers is encourr,ging to the thought that a Fat·mcrs' Mark<;t might help solve part of our Puyallup 402 So. Garfield St, Valley growers problems of developing a better outlet.

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Royally Sales Our Store ls Crammed Full Of

rifty if you let your cleaning

and

lmmdry

problems be ours! @

Dry Cleaning

Ill

1 Day Service

CARNAT~ON

TALL CAN

In morning on laundry, out in afternoon

SYRUP

l!E§m!9Ci'3BS

n

31c

~ ~ ~

Western Flair

ET

Remember, when buying iinsurance you get only what you pay for. us for insm·ance coverage.

For

Parkland Thr-r-ift Days

10°/o OFF

On Any Item In The Store Thurs., Fri., Sat. Only

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89c

4-Lh. Pkg.

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AGENCY

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Protection f.or Price!

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Don't S©'lcrifice

BARGAINS

ALBER'S FLAPJACK

Be Thr-r--ifty

THR-R-IFTY

10-Lb .. Bag

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2!-0z.

SUNNY JIM

LAUNROMAT

CENTENNiAL

i69c

BUTTER

PARKLAND 12171 Pac. Ave.

l-Lb. Quar.ter

MEADOWBROOK

• PIGGLY WIGGlY'S

EVERYTHING FOR Parkland Theatre Bldg.

KRAFT

OWN BRAND •••

DINNERS

PURE ·CANE

THR=R=IFTY DAYS SPECIAL PRICES

GOOD

MARCH

Hth, 15th, rnth

c

SNO • CROP FROZEN

WHILE STOCKS LAST

SPECIAL

Pro 59( Tooth Brush

";'2··

2 for

11 w ".

1 LB. BA,G

'D(': :.• c" •" ! ; ·•: ,, . •;•" ,,,,.

10-0z. Packages

SPECIAL

Le.on Laraine Cream or

t

Stick Deodorant

1

value for 50c

U. S. NO. 2

I BANANAS

Sure Seal Long Wea.-ing

Rubber Gloves

89c value for 49c

Combs

Two .Cell fiashUghts

29c

Regu 39c for 29c

ID

BRAND

a

Fwilhr Cooked, Boneless

GROUND

For $1JJ9

R~g" 6~95 for

Corned Beef e CARSTEN'S

We Reserve Righl To Limit No Sales to Dealers!

E95

® CARSTEN'S MORNING

For $4.99 I I •

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PACIFIC AT GARFIELD BN PARKLAND

Ladies Hose lfi-~ 'Ill .Ill\ 0 11 41: '"""" "'Jft... neg .. 1.. 't;J g u.. &\P nn 1 '1\1

4/35c

While They Last

PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CAREFULLY - PROMPTLY

enc

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c

POR~( CHOPS

B'i\l iii ,.

@

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GLORY .......... LB.

BEAR CLAWS

DANCING MILEAGE

$7.50 Value

POR!{ VAUJES

DELICUTS

<!!I HORMEL'S SMOKED

.

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.

.

LOIN END 3-LB. AVERAGE. , . LB.

CENTER CUT LB. ............... .

c SPARE e

c c

.

Regular $1.00

SMELTS $

Special

TWO LAYER ROUND CAKES • • 89e Devil's I•'ood with Rocky Road Frosting.. Sponge Layers with Mocha Frosting. · Regular 55c

Specia1

WALNUT FRUIT ;ROLILS • • • • • 49c

:FRESH COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT 2-LBS.

F

R~BS

~

COUNTRY STYLE MEATY .......... LB.

PK. SAUSAGE. 12-0z Pkg.

SPECIAL

Revere Fry Pan

FINEST

Thursday

Sliced Bacf]n

3 lbsm 79c

PIGGLY WIGGLY'$

HYGRADE ... , ... LiB.

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BEEF

14 - 15 - 16

Westdox Alarm Baby Ben

Reg. $2.89

Pou~d

ST. PATRJCK'S DAY TREAT

MARCH

SPECIAL

~

PARTY

• Saturday

Bristle Brooms

M!EATS

HORMEL'S

e Friday Genuine Kordon

GUARANTEED

50

3 BIG DAYS

SPECIAL

Pkg. of 6 Assorted Sizes

W~GGLY

'WHOLE. OR HALF DE-FATTED

2Sc LB TOMATOES BAG Cello Tube 17c Ripe - 2-lbs.

SPECIAL

em Joh11son

P~GGLY

c 1 SAUSAGE

c

II!> BUT"K PORK

(LB. 32c)

.... 3-LBS.

PIGGLY WIGGLY'S OWN FRESH WASHINGTON GROWN. CUT-UP.

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Thursday, 1\farcl1 14, 1957 FEDERAL

HAMS

49c lb .

VVho!e or Full Shank

Fresh Barwell of Home Made - Boneless

·1

I· ·Corned Beef I

57c lb .

11

FRANKS

43c lb.

F.-csh Columbia River

11

srt1ElT V{e're almost g1v1ng thein alvay.

11

"AA" Medium. Parker Farms

Dozen

EGGS ........... . .. 43c S1"1A\f11E RRI ES " 19c IO~Oz.

Pictswcct

~

Fresh Garden

t:'\lORi~ "~~tf~H~

. 17c ORANGEADE .... 3/ c TOf~·ATOES ...... 3/65c ~wS.~~Fil; L K·· 3/35c 46-0z.

w

Ski Slide. No Hard Cores

21/2 Cans

Sherline

Tali 1\'1ns

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LOTS Of OTHER SPECIALS POSTED ON OUR Vv'INDOWS. COME SEE .. COME BUY . COME SAVE. FEED PEET MOSS FERTlLIZERS

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FOOD STORE

THRmR~I

DAYS

SPECIAL BUND CRAFT

---· ,:PRESCRIPTIONS

ll.UlOOMS

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CAREFULLY PREPAR-ED

Well,, Hear This fale of (I Gale

discovered on the floor beneath the ste8ring wheel. Sgt. Bob Rupp ·and Officers Gil Paulson and Al Stewart of the vVashington State Highway k'atrol answered the call. After a hrief cxanina ti on, and in view of the· possibility of suicide or foul play, the detective division of the sheriff's office was called.· Detectives Jack Berry and Jim Ph.ill arrived on the scene to be joined by Chief Criminal Do.tcctive Dick McCreadie and Detective Frank Carlson. Dr. 'Frank H. James, county coroner, also reached the spot won after the others. Subsequent jnvestigaflnn has proved the -:;1~ngic death to be purely acci.. dental. Funeral scrvic,::;s for Davis were held 'JYionday. Fie is ::5urvived by his \vife aEd th::ee children. the family having moved to Parkland from Arizona recently.

01ferseas U.S. Forces, Germany (AHTNCJ-Specialist Third Class Lawrence A. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vv. Hughes, Route 1, Spanavvay, Wash., is a rnember of th:o llth Airbor::ie Division in Ge:·mqny. Specialist Hughes, a supply specialist in Company A o( the division's 711th Ordnance Battalion, entered the Anny in April, 1055, nnd completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif.

Olyinpi CAPTAIN EDWARD L. CLARK cl the 317th Fighter - Inten·ceµto1· Squadron :receives a resoh.1tln:u pased by the Olympia city counci! commending hfrm fc:Jr his ·efforts in pHoHng his crippled FlOZA jet away frnm populated areas to a Cii'ash on a hillside near Tenion. Captain Clark~ a patient at Madigan General Hospital, 'vas p:M.·esentetl the resolu.. tion by Olympia F:re Chief H. A. Lynch.

CoHins r~ews 81st Birthday

Downtn\vn.:Prices Pny Phone Bil.ls, Hsre

STOC~<

• • GROCERS ATTENTION! 20 Cu •. Frozen Food Cof(e ff1achine, Scales, Coffee Grinder, Vegetable Display Case. • • ,CAR Pt ERS! Good Variety of Carpenter Tools, Table Mitre Boxes, Shake Cutters, Etc. • • COfWE. BEFORE SALE TO LOOK OVER YOUR CHOICE! freezer,~

ft

Saws,»

~N

7 P.M. SATURDAY N~w & Fiurni~ure

PARKLAND DO-NUT BAR

CHARM ••• BEAUTY SALON

417 Garfield Street

413 Garfield

GR 7475

~KREGER'S .Tff R.. ft--IFT DAY SPECIALS ...............

~

Chcremaste1·. Reg.' $133.70

Special

TILLERS $99.,95 HEDGE TRIMMER· .. "' a •

m a

ELECTRIC SKILL. Reg. $41.95

TIME TO DIG IN YOUR GARDEN! Just Arrived:, Miller's & Lilly's Garden Products COMPLETE STOCK OF KIRCH DRAPERY HARDWARE

T

ppliance FREE

T. Y. STAND

THCHJSANDS OF DOLLARS wo rlh of mnerchandise~ Store Equi rnent Fixtures, i.ncluding excellent 1 ton Chevrolet Van Truck9 luxe Cab .

1 P.M. FRIDAY

39c

FREE

le

H 15TH~ 16TH & 17TH

WE OUR PROUD OF THE PERMANENTS THAT WE TURN OUT

Now

Reporter -..,. Burleson. Captain Edwnrd L. Clark of the 317th Fig·hter-Interceptor SquadParkland Thr-r-ift Days Thurs., ron, who rode his F-102A jet to a fiery crash rather than risk Fri. and Sat. this week. letting the disabled plane plumrnet into a city hat.i received official thanks for his deed. The thanks en.me in the form of a resolution passed by the City of Olympia and presented tq the bed-ridden pilot by city representatives. He is a patient at Madigan General Hospital. Captain Clark received a compression fracture of the vertebrae when his aircraft tore a With the purchase of 500-foot-long swath in heavy Any major appliance. brush an a hillside near Tenino. He'll wear a shoulder-to-waist cast for two or three months. Your Choice of Small Appliance The resolution, signed by Toaster, Waffle Iron, Mixette, Electric C. McC1ammt, acting Fry Pan, Steam Iron, Etc. mayor, was p1·esented by Fire Chief H. A. Lynch. Eldon MarAny Table Model T.V. shall, city clerk-treasurer and Bill Stone of the Armed Services Table Model T.V. Committee of tho Olympia Chamber of Commerce also visited the pilot.

PARKLAND

All GOES MUST BE SOLD!

Reg. 44c Doz. CAKE DONUTS

MANY OTH.ER SPECIALS

Mrs. Emma Keil was honored by fr.icnds and neighbors Februnr:,r 24 at Bcthl<lh'3m Lut.lrnran church, the date being her 81st birthday. A resident of Collins for n1a11y years, Tuirs. Keil no"v lives in Tacoma.

EVERYTHING

a

Come ·on own lassie!; for yea next perman• ent.

SPECIAL

Frank Most family on the death of their sen-in-law, Ed Pizer, at Albany, Oregon. Mn;, Pizer was formerly Marie Most of Collins.

-

QUITTING BUSlr'1ESS

Card Party Roger Lunde Auxiliary No. 5052, VFW, will hold a card party Saturday, March 16, at 8:00 p.m. at 770 South S3rd ,St. Mrs. Guy Steele, ohai>:man, states that proceeds will go . the cancer fund. will be served.

Sympathy is extended to the

Fresh Insulin

rs

John Beers, the commander, arrived in. a pebble blasted '6 by' from Lower Camp. 'The truck couldn't have weighed over 30 pounds in a couple of the gusts that hit it,' he said later.

You Hate Rain?

"It all started with the usual fog, increasing winds, severe weather warnings. The wind howled for three days and nights, and did more damage and wreaked more havoc than any storm in over a year. There were four roofs torn off: the motor pool, the commissary, the water storage tank and part of the supply roof. The AFRS transmitter came crashing down as did one of the power poles on the line to the bay. The remainder of the poles were twisted and leaning in weird patterns. Over ninety windows were broken, including one o[ the abandoned weather shack. Several doorways and walls were split open with gaps up to two inches wide. Winds had to be estimated as high as 120 knots since the anemometer, when it reaches 100 knots, refuses to go Top scene .shows the car at the any higher . . . Meanwhile, a 2rrival of the fire truck (right mile away at Hilltop, Captain background) as firemen (left rear) start playing their hose on flames. Lower picture shows Welcome smoke filled interior of car where body was found. SCOTCHMAN'S McKewen Studio Photos

p ..'J:'A Board The executive board of the Spanaway p .. TA met March 13 at the home of Mrs. Morgan Webb. In addition to the P-TA prrcsident, l·.frs. Luther McAniach, those present vvere Mesdan1cs Rudy Engebretson, Roy Norgnn, Phillip Taylor, 0. Omat, John Iverson, Phil Zurfluh Jr. and Clyde Hoover. Amh.,Jance Fund The Spanaway Fire Departmcn t Am l)uhnce fund reports recent contributions from JVIrs. DeLaVergne and Merton Lyons of Roy, Jack and Mary Hendrickson and Louis V. Z!ock of Spanaway and James Loring and Herb Horner of Parkland. Church Visit The Rev. R::>bert Albertson of CPS will visit the Spanaway Methodist church for the Sunday rno1·ning service. A group of students will assist with a musical program. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

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The members' socia1 of the Spanffl.\'aY \Toluntecr Firemen's Auxiliary 'Nill be held this Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. HostesotJo are Mesdames Gene Sisccl, GcO~·grJ Stephenson! Louis Symmons and ?}~_iHip Taylor. Bake Sale The'Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Spanaway Methodist church will hold a hake sale Saturday, March 16, at the Bargain Basket. Girand!nothers Sp8.na"\V3.Y E.an-Do Grandmothers club will meet in the Spanawn.y fire hall Thursday, March 21, at noon. I{ostesses are Mrs . Ada Schnelle and Mrs. Matilda

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A1·mours Star Skinless

Blazing Car Prov.es Pyre For Parkland Man

Spanaway News

3 DAYS

or~LY

· 2 P.M. SUNDAY

GR 8187 Used 231 Garfield Store Across From Parkland P.O.

Parkland Thr~r-ift Days Thurs., an<l Sat. this week.

Drive Safely

SAMPLES

Safe a life .. Yours!

Of The Wee Prices On

Appliances & T. V.s at Pochels

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STERBICK

Attn:tn~ys

38051/2 South Yakima In the Superior Cottrt of the St3.te of ¥/ashing-ton for t~1e County of Pieo·ce. No. 616,10 NO'll'HCE OF lHEARii\TG FINAL REPORT AND PE'!'lTION FOR DISTRllRJTION In the matter of the Estate of FRANK EVANCICH, Deceased. !'Tot.ice is hereby given that FRANK EVANC!CH, E,;ccutor of the estate of Frank Evancich, Dcce!'lsod, ho.s filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his Final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking the Court to sett.le said reporl, distribute the property to the persons thereto e:1tltleU and -Lo (11scharge said FRANK EVANCICl{ and that said report and netition will be hbnrO on the 25th day of Iviarch, 1957 at 9:30 A.M., at the court room of the Probate Depm·tmcnt of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file ohiections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 10th clay of Febru1957. RODER.T L, DYKEMAN ClNk of soirl Court By Roy Goelzcr, Deputy Published in the Times-,fournal Feb. 28; March 7, 11, 1957.

Frigidaire Deluxe RS 38-57. Reg. 249.95 8

ELECTRIC RANGE ........ . Frigidaire 12 'h Cu. Ft.

Reg. 399.95

UPRIGHT FREEZER

llllllllililDBl!I

$ REFR IGER ATORmmmumu Frigidaire Deluxe 12 Cu. Ft. Reg. 386.95

Hoffman. Reg. 795.00

21~

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YOUR FUEL OIL AND APPLIANCE DEALER

Distributing Company 1! 40wh

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GRanite 8624


County Agent'& Corner By Lorraine A. Hughes Th(! coming weeks will befill" <!d with actiyjty for the women in Pierce Countv .who al'e attending cotton dfoss workshop spon1301•ed by the Extension Service. One problem which many

. face is

when

is a

Short~

not a shortcut? Tho question is often asked is-pin bastvs thread basting-which is more efficient? 'l'he U. S. Department of Agri-

culture rec2ntly reported the finding of clothing specialists who are also interested in tim0-saving r1ethods. 'They have found that pin-basting is hot ahvnys a faster method than thread basting. For difficult "put together" sewhig jobs, threa<l-basiins saves time und gives better rcsu1ts. That's because stitching over pins takes longer. The machine often must be run slowly to avoid blunting or breaking the needle as \Vell as to keep the stitching even and hold the fabric in place·. In contrast, stitching over thread basting is both fast and accurate. Tests were mndc of jobs generally found difficult by homemakers. The jobs included putting in sleeves, applying a double yoke to a shirt back, inserting an extension band in n blouse front and applying two types of collars. Pinning was gonerally faster, b"t in every instc.ncc tho mach-

ine stitching: took long0t on pinbasted than thread-basted fabric and tho rGsults ·r,.vcrc poo:·er. So if you value your tilne nnd you desiie good results, the -report should help you determine if you thi·8d or pin baste.

evening, February 19. Mr. Hobson is working wjth the Department of Agricultural Economics nt the college in preparing information that must be considered ,vh.cn it conics to p1·icing. During tho past 10 years our :; : * i:: Berry gro\vors he~ ve seen the extremes in berry prices-with a By Morrill Delano high in 1046 of 34c a pound for Berry Price Discussion: The berry growers of Pierce r2spberries to a low of 8 to ldc County \Vere given an op~ a pound in 1955. portunity to learn of ali the facPrice fluctuations such as these tors involved in determining a are unhealthy for both the profair price for their products. ducer, industry and the consumI had nrmngcrl to he. ve Karl er. I would not be surprised that Hobson, Extension Marketing Price specialist, frorn V.,Tashing- most of th0 berry gl'owers would ton State College, appear at the be far better satisfied with stabFruit.land Grange hall, Tuesday ilized, reasonable prices over the

~hieken Delight! I Chiclrnn Delight now delivered FREE in I Parkland, Lakewood, McCltonl Field and Ft. Lewis-For parties of 10 or more dinners.

GLASS HOME SERVICE

PARTY RATES FU 1471 10-20 Dinners $1.25 ea. 20 Or More $1.00 ea.

OUR SPECIALTY Also Commcrcal Installations

DEAN'S GLASS

I

years. This would greatly help Pad~land Thr-r-ift Dayg Thurs., Thttl'Sday, the consumer too as he would feel able to buy berries and ben·y F1·i. and Sat. this <;,veek. products at any time without b2ing penalized. SPONSORED

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Marth 14, 19&7 The TIMES - JOURNAL

CLUB

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Op@~

F@r Blllsill11ess

'IOU SAIP IT, 'S'fl.VEST£.R! it-Iii: POOR. GU'I' TRIED TO SAVE A BOOK 1 S\.IOPPIN 1 AND IT 1.I.

I 1-!AVE.N'!T SEEN

Tl-l'ii. G-ENOARMl:S HAI.JI. BIRDBRAIN HOM;;: SINCE THE. NIGi-ii OF 1'HE 6.IG-

A s~otii:hmer1's ParatHse

COST 1-111\1\ A.BOUT 10 FIS~ FO~ An.NICI'. ANP

STAG Pt\Ri"t' AT

Hamburgers 30c

ii-!£ ARMOR..V

ff

St>.NO/>.GESff

A~

Fish & Chips 70c

Birdbl'ain. wouldn·'t be in that shape, and he could have saved money too, shopping Parkland's THR-R-IFT DAYS this weekend at all Parkland stores!

Malts 30c Deep FTied Prawns $1.20 ~

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l.29th And Pacific

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look!-HBi9 Bear tops them all wiirh tt!ie ~e5t f.~@cl buys to be found! Just compare thes'e speci~lsa item by ill'em ~ai;fil!edt !l'he .q!!8tdity ©Ind check the price. and again you'H know that the bgys o ~ the w~;;k are eit the Parldand Big Bear! And, .ail Bi9 llllear specials adverrr-ised 9&'1 !ast E'lligtllt's News Trib1.me are a~so effec~·ive at e:mr Parkland Sh)re! Shop at Big Bear and save!

Asparagus California grown, tender, straight and, long

SOLID .. PACK ~TOMATOES Per Lb.

9

fRE!ESTONEm'-~Firm

arad 90Men=r§pe peCtches p©lck.. ed in Washhngton. Serve them chiHed for desserts.

HUNTS-A fancy pack of firm and flavorful vine - ripened tomatoes.

NO. 2'1/2 CAN

HORMEL'S

or

Federal.. Small, ready - to - ea·f 12 - 16 lb~ .C!IY9•

whole half.

of

shahk

POUND.

LEAN PORK STEAK

Per Lb.

l!)ft i}J'WJ

BLADE CUTS-·U~usual!y lean and meaty.

Thin-skinned, sweet, southern navels! ,· . . /

1· .,QUI WINESAP APPLES Fresh, juicy and crisp, nationally famous 24-Lb. Box

s

HA

~ft

PURE GROUND BEEF 19 Fresh ground 100o/o beef. There's none finer. Per

U1.

NO·w 2V2

· all-purpose apples. A real huy ! ·

FRESH CELERY

PORK ROAST .

CANS

1

FOR ONLY

A fresh new crop c,elery. Extra crisp, thick meated.

FRESH-Round !bone cuts fancy tender pork, guaranteed to please at Big Bear! POUND

cf

PER LB. FOR

A full cream cheddar cheese with a rkhu deiido1as Hen1or. Slice it forr tempting sn©Jcks or cook with it for wonderfully scwtisfyingi meeils. 10mO:Z. PKG. ONLY GRADE AHmfancy. sliced strawberriesu frreshafr@l\en Ci!!!' their peak. They"re large and luscic:n.us •Hwonderful for pies or toppim~9s. ,

S BREADED

SHRI Pan-ready shrimp; completely cle@ned. de~ veined and breaded; freshmfr@zer.i for true freshness.

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ICE

E

BIG BEAR-Our own double-rich and creamysmooth ice cream. N ot;rishing and delicious!

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FROST MAID Fresh - frozen Peas, Green Beans or Baby Limas; your choice.

10%-0Z. PKC

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ONLY

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F

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Meaty. flavorf11d and very delicious,-..·cleaned and rretiidy t.o fry cimd servea with no fuss @r bother. ~

10..oz. PKlt

Pacific Ave. & 133rd. Prices effective Wed. noon thru Sat. Right to limit.

12-0Z. rn.ti . 111!11U'A

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Thursday, March 'l'he TIMES-JOURNAL

f RID A'Y

Film Dramaliz.es

SATURDAY

SUNDAY MARCH 15 .. 16 .. 17

ENTER ICE .. A RAMA $

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SILVER

DOLLARS

TODAY!

st rmz ~

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GUESS WHEN ALL THE ICE Will MELi!

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"HEMO THE MAGNIFICENT," the drarnatiz:ation of the dory of the bland and its cil'culation which ·will be seen at 9 p.m., V..ednesday; March· 20, over KTNT-TV, the nerve center of the ch·cnlatory system is seen as a "double dome" in the brain, connected by telephone to all pads of the body. "Hemo the Magnificent" is the second film in the Eel! System Science Series, sponsored here by IPacilic Telephone.

Firemen Meet At Base Theatre

OnSt.Paes Day A joint meeting of the two Pnget Sound Firemen's Association scheduled for March 17 will commcnce at 9 a.m. at the McCh d th t A . · d or . ea er', we1commg a dress will be given by Col. Henry

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The Puget Sound Firemen's L. Crouch, Base Commander. Association was founded in 1928 Other speakers will be repre- and has been ssrving this area sentatives of Hughes and Convair since that time.

SERVICE

of a Million Poi:nds of Ice ... 130 Tons Sta.eked in our Parking Lot ... Guess the l\lfonth, Day, Hour, Minute and Second all of this will have Melted, and Win ••. (Closest guess to actual time wins).

BRINll THE ENTIRE FAflHlY ANYONE CAN WIN 1ST PRIZE 00 SILVER DOLLARS

Aviation Companies. The visitors will be given a tour of the Flight Line in the afternoon. The purpose of the meeting is to make training facilities available to the fire departments of the surrounding area. Representatives of towns in Pierce County, ·King County, Snohomish County, and Thurston County will be present. Fire Chief Arthur J. McCarthy_ said tha~ approximately 200 firemen will attend the meeting.

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6:00 o'clock with a bazaar offering such handiworks as aprons, pillow cases, dish towels, stuffed animals and doll clothes. The Garden booth will have house plants and various spring plantings. Derby, Robin Hood, Hawaiian, Pirate, Indian hats, canes with and without dolls and parasols will be sold at the Novelty shop. I-Jome made pies, cakes and cookies will be sold at the Bairn Shop. Also those with a sweet tooth can shop at the candy booth. One may enjoy punch at the punch bar, a bag of popcorn or som'c delicious ice cream. Along the midway will be the popular skill games such as darts, gold fish toss, baseball, basketball, archery, guns, hoopla, and the cairn toss. For the young and .old will be cartoon movie3" and especially fad is tbe free TV room so he can rest and still watch the fights. The public is cordially invited so come early for dinner and stay late.

a111 rock Fete For Friday The Central Avenue P-TA imd Preschool \Vi11 sponsor a Sham~ rock carni\·al Friday, March 15, with Mrs. Joseph IIof\:o as genarol chairman and Mrs. Allen J. Sn1ith as co-ehairn1an. A

cafeteria st;;lc dinner will

be served during the evening,

starting at c5:30. Carnival booths will open at

Let's All Turn Out for

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THRmREH:T DAVS COME IN TO SEE US AT THE

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Henne Program For VI . R. Grange

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THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

Seoul Award For Dwighl Robinson

Susan Swanson following Scout Week, Dwight Robinson of Yelm received the God and Country award, one of The next regular meeting of the highest honors in Scouting, the American Legion Auxiliary given only to those who have of Parkland Post 228 will be completed a difficult program of this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 in Sunshine hall. A large group of members .ll S b d w1 go to eatt1e y charter". bus March 18 to to compete m: the KOMO Cook Book Quiz. They hope to bring home the $25 prize. Our president, Thelma Walsh, Mrs. Arthur Hart and Mrs. Al Mackey are among those planning to attend the dinner for the National president, Mrs .. Cook Zeller, in Yakima March 30. There will be a special train; anyone wishing to go s.hould call Mrs. Walsh, LA 8608. Plans are being made to entertain the Post at a National Birthday party March 28. Everyone is welcome. IE

study and service set up by the Boy Scouts of America and the Council of Churches. Capt. Forrest Mosely of the Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters presented the award in a ceremony at the Tacoma Citadel Corps. Dwight, a Star Scout and treasurer of the Explorer Post, is also scribe for Yelm's Troop 68. An honor student at Yelm high school, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Robinson on the Hart's Lake road; his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, William Robinson of Midland.

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Kapowsin Rebekah Lodge 241 wiill meet. Tuesday, March 19, at 8:00 'µ.m. in the Masonic Temple, Mrs. E. Tinius presiding assisted by Mrs. James Nelson. Best Wishes Mrs. Roy Carlson is confined to Good Samaritan hospital; friends wish her a speedy recovcry. Visitors ll' d " H . f ,,_r. an mrs. 0 scar anson o Tacoma visited the Albert N elS d sons un ay. Church Notes The teen-age young people of the Graham Communi~y ch'!rch will hold a basket social Friday evening. ~ . The Rev. Paul T. Nelson announces "The Three Crosses of Golgotha" as his sermon theme Sunday morning, "The Jewish People .in the Light of Prophecy" for the evening service. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson Graham 7-7640.

Legion News

At a SundaY evening service

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Air Force Sgt. ·1 h d h. a'.' IS WI c ave his parents, the Sam Cartas, the past few weeks. The four motored to Los An eles where the g, young couple will embark for I . N cw DcJh 1, n d.ia, w h ere S gt. . d Carta WI·n b e statione . The Auxiliary has been very busy, assisting Auxiliary 222 in entertaining Department President Ruth Parks on her visit Feb. 12. The Past Presidents Parley was held Feb. 20 at the beautiful new home of Mrs. Helene Linder, with seven present. We are very proud of our Amy (Mrs. Ted Wormald), who gave $100 in memory of her .late husband. Amy is a tireless worker and always more than generous. Feb. 28 marked the initiation of four new members: Mrs. Homer Webb, Mrs. Robert Blomberg, Mrs. Ed Davis and Mrs. Thomas Stone. The past presidents officiated.

Monday Spanish rice, bread & butter sandwich 1/, . . ·1 ' orange, D1x1e cup, m1 k. Tuesd.ay-.:. Hot pork sandwi.ch, cabba"e & pineapple salad, cook5 ie, milk. Wednesday - Beannie Weanie Day, whole wheat yeast rolls, carrot sticks, fruit, milk. Thursday Hamburgers, green beans, orange juice, Jello whipped cream, milk. Friday ---- Noodle-tune-cheese casserole, harvard beets, raisin breap. sandwich, milk, Apricots. Parkland Thr-r-ift Days Thurs., Fri. and Sat. this week.

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Judy Scarim and Lana Alexand- summer held the attention er; Breakfast teams, Lyla Han- throughout. son and Kathy Beuchler, Joyce Your News Not ton and Sandra Larkin. . . Call or write in your news! Fire Loss Especially about 'folks confined Fire partially destroyed the in hospitals. Your friends like to The Waller Road Grange will residence of Mr. and Mrs. Pat know and your reporte1· apprecimeet Friiday, March 15, at 8:00 Yoder, 58th and Vickery, recent- ates the information. p.m. in the Community hall. Jy. The fire started in the garReporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, New members to be welcomed age adjoining the house and GRanite 5210. will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- · pmmpt arrival of the fire de'--.---"-· ron, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Looker, partment prevented complete loss M@Usti'C!!H1 V'BeW Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Mrs. of the home. The Yoders have Douglas Fogle and James Stral- been staying with Mrs. Yoder's ~... ing. parents, the Colene family of Mrs. E. D. Costantini, in Summit, during repairs. CUSTOM MEAT charge for the Lecture program, Visitors CUTTING will present a program with The Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mills of Home as the theme. Mrs. Alex- Montana, former residents here, ander Melovidoff will be guest visited at the Dwight Robinson speaker. home recently. Waller R.oad Grange was host Fine Meeting last Sunday to Granges of the A large crowd attended the country presenting talent pro- Waller Road Grange open house grams in the contest. Crocker March 1 and a fine program was Grange was winner in the pro- presented. The Scandinavians, a and quartette division, Col- group of local teen-agers, dergram d H t L l G ms .a? ar s a rn ranges a 1so lighted all with their music. participated. The large birthday cairn, preP-TA Bazaar March 30 sented to the Home Ee. chairWaller Road P-TA members man, Mrs. E. D. Costantini, held are making plans for the bazaar 12 candles, the group having orto be held March 30 in the Com- ganized in 1945. Colored films munity hall, 64th and Waller and an interesting talk by Henry road. A spaghetti dinner wi!Lbe... DeMeerleer pn a trip qn WondTHE LA'DIES served, with attractive booths, erland Trail on Mt. Rainier last When You Get games and a mystery guest. Watch for details. A Lube Job and 4-H Lassies Be Seeing You During The newly organized Mothers Oil Change club of the Waller Road 4-H PARKLAND"S Las.sies are a,ssisting the girls in their present paper drive, a THR.,R·IFTY money making project . to. help pay expenses to County and DAYS State 4-H camps this year for · i·f · th h k g1r1s qua_I ymg roug wor well done. PARKLAND The girls will appreciate calls f h · 10002 Pacific Avenue BARBER SHOP· rom anyone avmg papers or ·magazines; phone Mrs. Peter GRanite 3000 Garfield and C Streets H ·lo h HA ~1 723· M. G g u ~c er, , 1 s. eor e ............................. ,.,,.....,..,,..B"""""'""' B a Irnr, w_.., A ~029 ·t r , 01. M.1 s. G.lb 1 ei Carlson leader \'lA 7S.73 for pick-up'. ' · ' PARKLAND'S Girls entering the Meal Preparation contest at the Fife high DAYS SPECIAL school are: Luncheon contest,

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MARCH 14th, 15th & 16th

Wisconsin Club monthly pot~ luck supper willl be held at 6:00 p.m. Sunday, March 17; inthe bas~ment of the Qdd Fellqw!\ , Temple, Sixth and· Fawcett. · ~'..•

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Sale of Giftware (CASH & CARRY)

SPECIAL!

On Italian Imports, Vases, Reg. $3 ..50 & $5.00 Scented Ash Trays % Price

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Exquisite German Imports

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ui:· ?.-, ?'f> 10' ... , .... : Thursday, Jlfa:cch 14, 1957 The TIMES ·JOURNAL . one, i'luoridati9n of th<'> drinkmg water. A co:lnThis \vill rPaily be a good GR 8537. Any interested person :tnittee was .appoir<ted to contact authorized pe-tsons . for. a panel oj:lportunlty for all interested b invited. discussion at the hext regt1iar petso:hs to hear both ddes c.f Rouritltable At the last meGtmg of the J:>~TA theeting March 21 at S:OO the ifJ;j.lte. The Rot1'tldtable will meet FriCollins · P-TA executive board :P. in. in the Collin£ school gytn. Tots Ciub Trip day, March 15, at 8 00 p. m. at The Colliris Tots club will meet the James .Ander~on borne. Thnrsday, March 21, at 10:00 VAUGHAN'S VALUES Firemen's Dinn':r a.rt\ . at the Pai'ldand branch of The Summit-Woodland-Collins National Bank of Washington YOUR FENCING for a field trip to McChord Air Firemen and Au.'<iliary will serve H~ADQOARTERS Force. Base. For further infor- a ham and turkey dinner St1nla mation, call Mrs. Ruth Wilcher, day, March 17, at Station No. 1 Free planning & estimating. on Canyon Road om' block off Material and Labor or MHMi • !F£f!!'N!H Airpoi·t. Everyone is urged to Do It Yourself enjoy this fine dinner at the EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS nominal donation of $1.25 for adt1lts, 50c for children.· FARM FRESH Sor•y! DIGGER Very sorry to have missed the HOMOGENIZED AND

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IF JHR-R..IFi .IS. WOT Y SEEKIN DURING PARKLAND

foµowing names at the rec"n'> .CANYON ROAD

h~bb~r shm\;: Mrs. :Harley

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buckle, ba:rlcEt wem'ing; JVIrs. Ylrgil Cosgrove, 125-year-old hand v.·o\'en sheet and 100-year-old black beaded doiman; l\ctts. John Derig, collectioIJ. of Bibles snd prayer books over 100 ye&rs old; Mrs.. Cenil Kirk, Tmkbh eoffee pot o·:er 200 yea1·s old and old spinning wheel. The P-TA wishes to thank all who donated food and time for the prnj 2ct. Grateful Mr. and Mrs. George Shnndrow wish to thank everyone for the wonderful response of blood donors for their dat1ghter, Mrs. Arnold Fuller, who is now at home !'ecuperating. Sympathy Sincere sympathy to Mrs. Robert Hersey on the recent death of her ht1sband. Mr. Hersey, born in \iViscon8in, came here from Spokane. 14 years ago; he was a mechanic at Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot. School Interests Mrs. A. 0. Anderson, Mrs. Virgil Cosgmve and Mrs. Gil Baker repre,.en ted Collins P-TA at the Pierce Cot1ncil meeting at Pt1rdy recently. Mrs. Max Efenberger has been appointed a member of the County School Board committee studying education and its problems; In Service Miss Doris Redding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Redding of 12210 Garden Valley road, has enlisted in the U. S. Air Force ·and is now' taking W AF training at S,an Antonio, Texas. Farewell A farewell party for Charlotte Haller was given at the last

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ff&iliii!! Bl.l~~~L 2~ l!!'!i.!l~ ;,h!U 111H · ll. The Pierce County Bfoodmobile will be at the Canyon Road Community club hall on Friday, March 22, from 3:00 to 7:00 p. m. This visit is being sponsored. by the Canyon ·Road Community club. As om blood bank is dangerously low it is hoped that a large number of people will donate at that time. It is to· be remembered that any person may take advantage of the blood bank but first there must be blood there from which to dra{v. Blood donation is painless and takes bt1t a few minutes of yotJr time. Arrangements have been made by Mrs. Everett Peak.e, committee chairman, assisted by Edward Hoffman. Community Club The regulal' meeting of the Canyon Road' Community club will be held Thm:sday (tonight) at 8:00 o'clock in the hall. 4-H Clnb The Backwoods 4-H club met at Michael Kershner's, Thomas Austin presiding. Bobby Hobbs read the minutes in the absence of Buzzy Delano. Mr. Kershner reported on the 4-H Leaders' rneeting an.d also on the Rally Day schedt1led for April 6. There ·was discussion of the calf which Teen-Age meeting. She was presente:d with a gift and a scroll of personal messages from all TeenAge members. Audrey Stonebraker baked a cairn for the affair. She is leaving with her parents, the Bill Hallers, for a new home in Sot1ix City,· Iowa. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Clinton H. Riss announce the engagement of their daughter Betty Jean to Sgt. Phillip Bmce Gunther, son of Mrs. Harriet Gunther of Jame.stown, N. Y., and Victor Gt1nther of Erie, Pa. The wedding date has not. been set. Community Danc.e Sponsored by Boy Scot1t Troop 92, a commt1nity da1ice will be held in the Collins Grange hall Saturday, March 30; music by Tommy Croston and His Boys. Save the date!

is to be given away by the :Ki\rnnis club. Rope thaking Wa$ practiced. Michael Kershner, repo:rter. Family Leaving We are. sohy to report that the Russel Landis family are moving from their hom2 on Mon· tana street. They \Vill be missed by their m·any friends here. Surprise The neighbors of the Herold Smith family had a surprise potluck Bon Voyage luncheon for them last Thursday. Wishing them good luck in their new home were Mesdames Bet1lah Ostrom, Sarah Fields, Margaret Hoffman, Wilma Folk, Therza Munsey and Beatrice Kulavik. Garden Club The Canyon Road Garden clt1b will meet in the commt1nity hall Wednesday, March 20 at 8:00 p. m. This will be gt1est night with members bringing the ht1sbands and ·friends. W. A. McCrary, gt1est speaker, will talk on "Garden Design." Hostesses will be Helen VanAlystine, Adeline Smith, Jennie McQuarrie and Mabel Niquette. Reporter - Mrs. John Folk, GRanite 5801.

St Patrick's Dinner Sunday Members of Our Lady Qt1een of Hen ven parish are sponsoring a St. Patrick's Day ham dinner Sunday, March 17, 1:00. to 6:00 p. m., in the parish hall at 146th. and A Sts. Mrs. J. R. Rogers is chairman, wit_l1 William Zumbt1hl cocchairman. Others assisting are: Mrs. Harry HarrigaIJ,, co-ordinator·; Mrs. Joe Boyle, hospitality; Miss Et1trophia Keough, dining room;

Election Mara 21

Parkland pc'J.IA will elect offi· cers ofr the coming year at the regular meetine; Thursday, March 21, at 8:00 p. m. in the $chwol auditorium. Life Membership pins will also be prese±ited, ac· cording to Mrs. Richard Simpson, president. Rev. Andrew Seago of the Pmkland Baptist church will give the invocation. The flag ceremony will be presented by members of Girl Scot1t Troop No. 350 under the direc· tion of Mrs. Robert \Vainhouse. Rev. Erling Thompson, pastor of Trinity Lt1theran church, will lead a disct1sion on "Family. Relations," Mrs. Donald Dovey, program chairman, introdt1cing the speakei-. Mrs. Andrew Iorenz, desserts; Mrs. Ferdinand Kanton, tickets; 1frs. Arthur Hrirt and Mrs. Mar• garet Fezler, kitchen; Mrs. Clifford Brown, clean-t1p; l\frs. William Nathe, telephone committee. There will be a booth for the sale ofsmnll articlec, needlework, potted plitnts, etc. The public is cordially invited. Donations arn $1.50 for adt1lts; children.· 75c, preschoolers free.

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Heads, queens of big time bas· ketball, at 8 p, m. in the Franklin Pie1·ce gymnasium. Rated as America's greatest girls' basketball attl'action, the feminine ctities will give local fans a chance to see top professional basketball against the Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce in this benefit con· test. All proceeds will go to the Youth Activities Recreation Fund. Good Record The Red Heads have played before 5,000,000 fans since their organization in 1936. They play 180-200 games each season. They play men's rules. In 1953 the Red Heads won 134 of 190 games against men teams. The Jaycees, untied and unbeaten (but they haven't played yet this year), will be under the eye of Coach Gus "The Brain" Tyler with Monte "Money Mad" Johnson as manager. Walt "Walrus" Wiklund is waterboy.

Little more can be said about Pa~ific Lntheran Coliege than has already been mentioned. The Lutes continued their pace last \veek against Gonzaga and entered the NAIA tourney at Kansas City the only unbeaten team. And the NAIA committee didn't pass the 24-0 Lute record without notice. They seeded the Park-. land squad as No. 1.

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The only thing the Lutes have not done this year, and they may be ·well unde-rway by the time you read this, is win the NAIA. Otherw.ise Marv Harshman's Gladiators have done it all. And we bet that many major colleges have, and will approach Harshman about a new coaching jdb. But we ,ahio bet he .stays where he is.

JACKIE WRAYE-KING SIZED RED HEAD-:-6'4"

Baker·s l~eet Wichita Wednesday; Proc~eds WHI Buv PLC Jackets The Wichita Oilers, one of the nation's top AAU basketball teams, and the Northwest Bakers, defending AAU champions, will meet in an exhibition game Wednesday, March 20, at the Pacific Lutheran College gym. The game is being sponsored by the Tacoma Athletic Commission and proceeds will go toward buying jackets for PLC's Evergreen Conference championship basketball team. This will mark the Oilers' second appearance in Tacoma. The Wichita team defeated the Bakers 79-69 at the College of Puget Sound last spring, then the Bakers went on to. win the national title h1 the Denver tourney. Wade (Swede) Halbrook, the seven-footer from Oregon State, tS -back _\vith-:the Oilers again this year as iS Cleo Liltleton, who made quite a name for himself two seasons ago at Wichita University. Coach Frank Fidler's Bakers will pj'obably have Ed Halberg (Oregon), R C. Owens (College of Idaho), Dean Parsons (Washington), Doylo Perkins (Washington) and Chuck Koon I Washington) in their starting lineup. 'The Bakers have also added :rvrarv A.clams, the 6-5 all-Evergreen Conferenc<:> forward from , Whitworth, to their squad in effort to add strength for the worthcoming national tourney.'

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* * * * Tomorrow night you can see some interesting basketba11 at FTanklin Pierce gymnasium .. The Parkland· Jaycees entertain the famous Red Heads in benefit. The girls are good ball players and from theit photos ... they are easy to look at too. Should interesting.

Hi Lads and

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The colorful, sensational Red-heads, undisputed champion of girls basketball, have played before 5,000,000 fans in Canada, U.S.A., Alaska, Philippines and Hawaii. e Preliminary Game at 7 :00 p.m. e Half~time Entertainment

* * * * Yelm, who finished in the middle of the West Central League, certainly surprised many when they graibibcd third place in the State B tourney. And the Tornados' Dave W·olf was selected to the f.irst team all"star squad. A torrid finish for a so-so season.

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TJ:rµr~day, lYiarcll 14, 1957 The TIJVIEg - JOURNAL

ington Farm Forestry Association. .The meeting held March 1 at Everett brought delegates from all sections of W cstcrn Y\T ashington. Moebius was selected in part because of the high degree of home use of farm woodland proOtto Moebius of Thrift wns ducts. A sawmill and planer has selected "Woodland Owner of served to proyide Moebius with the Year" by the Western Wash- most of his building materials for home and farm buildings. A tree nursery developed on the farm provides the home grown seedlings which are used to replace older trees cut for sawlogs. Douglas Fir seedlings have been ihe principal species raised but future plans include

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section of track in front of the Alaska R.R. depot, permanently • displayed as a reminder of the tremendous growth and advancement of the Alaska R. R. now running modern,. streamlined diesel trains over its lines. Each year during the Fur Dendezvous it is removed froffi: its .resting place and placed .on a short stretch of track to provide· rides for young • and old alike. A visit to the International Airport in the Sp~nard district is a m~st for here you are at the crossroads of the world with planes leavmg constantly for all parts of Alaska, Canada, the States and the Orient. With its b;oautiful m?dern buildi~gs . an~ excellently landscaped grounds, this airport is truly an msp1ration to those who have faith in the continued growth and economy of Alaska.

The overall setting of Anchorage is one of remarkable beauty, with mountain and marine views apparent from every section of the city. Setting on a broad peninsula dividing Turnagin Arm and Knik Arm at .the head of Cook Inlet, it is surrounded on all sides by snow capped mountains. Looking East along 4th Avenue jt would seem that the mountains rise from the very end of the The Summit-Woodland-Collins street. Volunteer Firemen and the AuxAnchorage has much to offer the tourist, with swimming at iliary will sponsor a ham and Lake Spenard, golfing at the Country Club, stage entertainment turkey dinne1· at Station No. 1, in its countless night clubs, charter flights to the Pribilof Islands, one block south of Airport on to the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, to Mt. McKinley Nationitl Canyon road. Sunday, March 17. Park and other spots of interest. Serving will be from noon till A must to the visitor taking 'a leisurely vacation is a trip 5:00 o'clock. the Alaska R. R. with your car and trailer to Mt. McKinley N"ational Adult donations will be $1.25, Park, where after unloading from the train you can explore the children under 12, 50c. All pro- 90 miles of good gravel roads in this northern wonderland. ceeds will be used for equipment Throughout your vacation in Alaska. you'll realize a grea\ and supplies in the fire district: saving in food costs by stocking .up in the States before you leav" Mrs. Lyle Winsley, president at the of the Auxiliary, a;1d Mrs. Kenneth Hoff, chairm;m of the ways and means committee, join Russel Cottam of the Firemen's Association h1 extending a c01·dial invitation to the .Public••

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First a visit to the log .cabin ... tou,vists. information center at 4th and F Street in front of the city hall is in order. Here a member of the Anchorage Junior Chamber of Commerce will furnish you with maps of the city and all pertinant information about the sights to see in and about Anchorage.

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To visit Anchorage is to visit a wonderland, for hem you will find a bustling, modern city, with street lights, sidewalks, tall buildings, traffic lights, parking meters, city buses and all the. modern conveniences you are familiar with. After the long lonely trip over the Alcan it will truly seem like a dream to find a city of this scope at nearly the end of your drive. Plan a minimum of a two day stay at Anchorage, for to see all it has to offer in less time would be impossible.

DAYS SPECIALS

PRIEM FLAT WALL',. ENAMEL .

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1st Alaska Railroad Locomotive..

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absence. Terrance Brown, history, math. and science teacher, is the father of a new son, Michael Dean, born March 4. The Commercial club will take a field trip to Knapp Business • Apr1. .1 co 11cgc m The Sophomore Tolo held Friday was a fine success, according to Walter Sahli class adviser. Re orter _ 'Mrs. Ted Ottert d pGR 't 7658 s a ' ' am e • ·

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Hi School Notes . . Mrs. L. Larson, Bethel Hi dietitian, has been ill with flu. Mrs. Harold Crisman has been assisting Mrs. D. Poorman during her

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Members of the Elk Plain Firemen's Auxiliary whd' appeared on the KOMO Cook Book Quiz March 5 brought home first prize-a check for $25. They wi!l use the money for the benefit of the firemen. The 113xt Auxiliary meeting will be Monday, March 18, at 8:00 p. m. at the Elk Plain fire hall. Promoted Gerald (Jerry) Plumb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Plumb, who is stationed at North Island, San Diego, has been mad<! Airman 1st class. Congratulations! Best Wishes Mrs. Ed Ittner has been down with the flu for a couple of weeks. Amos Howe is in the hospital after a long illness at home. Best wishes to both. Grange Elk Plain Grange will meet this (Thursday) evening; let's all attend. P-TA Elk Plain P-TA will meet Wednesday evening, March 20, at the Elk Plain school.

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P=TA Dad's Nite Set \Vednesday The Clover Creek P-TA will meet Wcdn2sday, March 20, at 8·00 p. m. in the school g:;m. This ~~hou]J be quite an evening, for thr:rc will be election of nrix:. yenr',°> officers:. The nominutin~ conunittcc, lVIcsdarnes Ilu1iy Limbo. Virr:,il RrnEus, Bru~e Grove1·rH:r, \\·ill present nan}es. lt is also open for presentation of nrune?. fro1n the floor .. Thf• h0~1te'SS"e'3 nrP · M0sdnme·s Chtti'k's Carter, 1'L.~i1 'Thomns and Marlin Berger Jr., room mothers oi' the· 3rd grade. · Joseph Dimond and \Vm. Srnith a!·e the incn in· ch !Jrg-e cf Dnd's Night. This should prove i:o be inte1·estin~~' for the men un2 putting on the progrlnn for the evt.:~1ing. Let's all come out to se" Dael. Thci·e are plans for a smoker to be given April' 5 (Friday), with Clover Creek :md Dethel Hi loys J'articipatin. Mor0 details bier; bewatching for them. Returned Home lv1r. and Mrs. Leroy Gammon of Military road returned home Woclnosday, March Ii, from Calii'ornia 1vhere they spent the i,..·vint<rr. They visii.ecl their son Bill, no\'i Lt. Col. William Gammon, and [am.Uy o[ Travis Air Poree flnst'. Mr. Gammon did some t''1:nnrning and fishing Y...'hile they ""''"" at San Luis Obispo, Cali-

home of Rev. Vance Babcock Fridey, March 1t.. R<2fr2shm~ht wil be served. Birthday Swimming Party Sandy RElndle had a birthdav pnrty Friday-, March 8; dinne.r at hel' horhe at 4:00 p. tn. then to the Y. \V. C. A. for an hom's s'tviniming. 'I'hose present 'vere Sandy Randles,, Christy Ander•Jon. , Mike Tnylor, Gcmld Hopkin3, Sharon Dah!scidc, Virginia Van Dyke, ;Jean 'Rodiius, Mary i\nll Wei:meer, John Iv!cGce 1 Doug Woods, S'liaron Vorak, Vfayne Bog, Robel'ta Burker nnd Thelma Mayhem. Sandy was 14 on March 1 .. \Vomen's Club The ·Clover Ci·eek Women's club will meqt Tfuursday, March 14, at the home of the chairman, Mrs. John Lowman of Vfoodland Road; luncheon will be t;c;rvcd at 1:00 p. m. by the hostess. 'l'he lneeting at ~ifrs. Stanley Carlson's was well attended and n lovely luhcheon \Vas s-ervcd by tlcc hostess. Grange News There will be an open house meeting in the Clover Cre0k Grange hall Friday, March 15, at 8:00 p. m. This meeting is to acquaint the public with what the Grange is. S. I. Carlson, ~!I

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Last Su,np11Y ev<?p.!,r;i.g tl;i.e ~·pui).g peciple from the Taperance :!laptist took chnrge of the young people's meet and evening sel'vices at Clover Creek Baptist church. The \:Votnen's Missionary So.-

sav: many th;ings, a:ttw.ng tb..erii. Disne.~·land and the fatncus Knots llerry Farm. District )\'leeting Th" Pierce County Council of P-TA and Preschool met at Purdy March 7. Those that made the trip were Mesdames Harry Limbo. Virgil Radius, Cerald LaMal'l', Wallace Bagley, James Nutt, Vi'alt Nod berg, Bruse Groverner, Wm. Dalby. There was a delightful luncheon served and many educational things discussed through the day. Orthopedic The Dr. Lee Radermaker Orthopedic Guild will meet, at the home oI Mrs. Pearl Thompson for a dessert luncheon March 14 (Thursday). Church News

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