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About 80 people met at the P_Jl:rkfand Methodist church Sunday evening for the first of a serfos of three Family Nights. Sponsored by the Commission on 11/[issions, of which Mr. Perry Roscoe is chairman, the series will revolve around the theme ''Southern Asia." Featured Sunday evening was th'3 .Rev. R. H. Love of the Oakland Presbyterian church who f_or -many years v.ras a inissionary in .Ind~a. Spe~ldng very ,highly of the cooperative work of the Protestant denominations in India, he pointed out that many of the present Hindu politieal leaders of India were educated in Christian schools. "If democracy can be made to work in Hindu !ndia,1~ Rev. Love .stated, "much of the. credit will be due to the Chi·'!Stirin schools." The Family Night began with a light pot luck supper at 5:27, included a period of study for ~he different age groups and closed with the showing of a film strip on the Phillipines. Next Sunday's Family Night

An intcrnsting and enlerti;1in· pro1;ram is offered by Parkbnd P-TA at the regular meetthis (Thursday) evening at in the school auditorium. Gil'l Scout Troop 360, under dirof Mrs. Robert Wainhouse, will present the flag ceret:nony. Girls are Sharon WainSandy Smith, Patty"''.Hol~ shm, Mary. Ann Kruger, Kathy Sv:anson, Phyllis Eliason, Billie Jackie Zaspel, Drn BartLinda Schwerzler, Susan Sm.Ith, Jill ,Johnson and Kathy Ulberg.

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Harvard - Midland. Prqschqol will present a fashion show, "Fashions in the Spring," Friday evening, March 22, at 8:00 o'clock at Harvard school. -Mrs: - Don Morris is chairr.nan for the event. The local children's store and the local dress shop are furnishing the clothes to be modeled. Cake and coffee will be served and an attractive award is promised. Donations are 50c for adults, 35c for children; children under 12 must be accompanied by adults.

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Board To Meet The executive board of the James Sales P-TA will meet .at the home of Mrs. F. T. Moore Tuesday, March 26. Co-hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Kenneth Pate and Mrs. Hylan Johnson. An evaluation of the past year will be made. The board members are: Mesdames Hylan L. Johnson, president; Donald MacLean, 1st vice president; .John W. Marrick, 2nd vice president; Frank DiGiovanni, secretary; M. W. Jackson, treasured; Mr. Lyle Catt, principal; and the following chairmen: Mesdames Russell Sample, program; Donald F .. Taylor, hospitality; George Stephenson, assistant hospitality; Al Greco, .inside publicity; Kenneth Pate, outside publicity; Lloyd Sheek, membership; Donald Reed, legislative; Grace Fink, spiritual; Gisela Simpson, room mother; Orville Torgeson, history book; Howard Miller, record book; Frank Swanberg, safety and civil defense; F'. T. Moore, health; Dan Mo.rtin, exceptional child; Shirley Kendall, National Parent-Teacher magazine; Ervin J. Meier, Sunshine, and Mr. R.obert Tomberg, Boy Scout representative.

The Rev. Erling Thompson will the invocation. Parkland .Frrcscnool will present a number 1mblicizing tho March29 project feat1u·ing Stan Boref?On. "Family Relations" will be discussed by ON THE WAY - On the way to third place in the recent NAIA baskelball toumey at Kansas City, lhe Rev. Thompson. Pacific Lutheran College Gladiators battle with Elon N. C. College as Jim VanBeek is fouled by Life membership pins will be Earl Stone in a scramble for the bail. Other Lutes cm1ght by the fast camera are Tom Sahli, number given during the business session 4:3, and Jack Sinderson, behind Stone. PLC drubbed Elon in this opener and went on to take three and officers for the coming year other wins in the rugged 32 team event. The Parkland college entered the tourney top seeded. and established several Pacific Northwest records. (Photo direct from Kansas City by Wes McKewen) will be elected. Decorations will be by Mrs. C. I · .JI!!! . .JI IL. / ~ fJIJI •Will revolve around the PhillipWilliams and her committee. IUN!l111!h111 Cim@O ines and Indonesia and will foaHostesses at the door will be 3rd grade mothers, Mesdames Wm. ft.lljlll Vanek, Willis Gilleland, Elmer V Iii! Ir' d fUI were stat10ned in the Phillipines Theil and F. Lapenski. In charge The Annual Music Competition for some years with the U. S. of the kitchen will be 4th grade Fest.ival held in Renton on March ;military• forces; Sgt.· and· Mrs. c.The annual talent show at tho room mothers, Mesdames C. J. 2 found 50 per cent of Midland W. Manning, who were stationed Miley, A. Feller, G. Steph~nson, Kapowsin grade school will be The James Sales carnival School's advanced band students on Okinawa with the Air Force, G. Miller, G. Cashman and S. held April 6. Dewayne Lamlrn chajrman and faculty wish to participating. Even with this high :and_Mr. ,and Mrs. Ido. Eons whose will be master of ceremonies. Reynolds. Auditions will be hdd iii the thank all those who donated and percentage contesting, the solo.- .childhood and youth were lived grade school gym Wednesday, worked s~ hard to make the re- ists and ensembles alike, ra.t!'d •iin Indonesia. Mr. and Mrs. Eons an "Excellent" average. This rare the refugee couple recently April 3, at 1:00 p. m.; also Thurs- cent carmval such a success. group of grade school students brought to this country- by the day, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. All The next meeting of the Belle COLLINS . • • competed in the JuniorDivision, Parkland Methodist church, J{in·g Guild-a£ VlaShington Assoc- those wishing to take part in the which includes all freshmen. as for Retarded Children will show must appear at one of the auditions. well, rated Superior, Excellent, Drive the. homo of Mrs. Thane Good, Fair or Unsl;ltisfactory. Thursday, March 21. The students were rated as Save a life •• Yours! of officers for the Jolfollows: Beatrice Frederickson, will be held with the Collins P-TA will meet this clarinet, Excellent; Don Haapala, of the evening spent 1 News (Thursday) evening at 8:00 at clarinet,. Excellent; N~din,e,pl- . " • · · dressing dolls. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hedhorg the school with the president, sen •. cJarinet, Ex.cellent; Bonnie . at Alder. were hosts to a number Mrs. GH Baker, preE;iding. High· Chnstensen, clarmet, E;i,;cellf;nt.; . of f!·i?~ds ancl f~i:'ily o.n Sunday. o·· ·f• ..election th• e.,. ··.b•.u. .·s·in··. e·s.:s·: . s.es5i·o.n. wilLcc.;J .• . m·Y.··,•.S.hRod. .• o···e···'... a·l···t·o . sap.. . truinpt1t, .·'."'.'.·-,.• ·. • •.. "'.·.·:. • t··. The occasion' v:ras tlle 88th birth- li.gh·•·t.· be the bf officers. \cellent; Denney, iii iii day·of. MathildaB:edborg, mother There will be a discussion on Excellent; Mike Gural, trumpet; ~ I bf .Curtis· Hedberg. fluoridalion of the drinking Good; Larry Frackenpohl from The first· annual open il1otallaNlsqualiy Canyon Roek ··club water. All interested persons are Collins, trumpet, Excellent; Eltion of officers of Faith Chapter Jude by Mrs. Fred McCallum premembers enjoyed an unusual invi'ted to come out and hear ai11c Rogness, french horn, ExNo. 255, will be held Saturday ceding the installation ceremony smorgasbord dinner at. Morton both sides of the issue by au th- eellent; Ralph V crnon, tuba, Exevening, March 23, at 8:00 o'- and a vocal solo by' Miss Ann Sunday as guests of the Morton orlzed medical men. cellenl; trumpet trio, Excellent; Farewell Party and the clarinet quartet, Excel- clock in the Fern Hill Masonic Clinton during the ceremony. Rockologists. Included in the Temple with Mrs. Eobert Chrisfare was. deliciously prepared Mrs. George Creque honoted lent. Nieces of the Worthy Matronten being installed as Worthy Also competing for the first bear meat. Those ;itten<ling were her sister-in-law, Mrs. Genevieve elect giving out programs will be Matron and Travers F. Dryer, the Messrs. Meirrow, Joe Kearn- Craque Lancaster, with a fare- time in the violin junior divlittle Cianne Cook and Ruth Worthy Patron. ey, George Battles and Mrs. Lof- wol! party last Tuesday evening. ision: Connie Townsend, Good. Werner. Assisting at the gift Other elective and appointive table will also be her nieces, Miss quist. At least 50 others were ·Mrs. Lancaster entertained the These students under the direcgroup with three hilarious .read- tion of Gerald Pcpos and Eugene officers will be: Mrs. Eobert T. Joy Cook and Miss Helen Cater. present. Clinton, Associate Matron; Neil Rainbow Girls of Faith ·AsMr. and Mrs. Fred Miller are ings. Refresh1~10nts were served. Arhendt were accompanied by· Th<Jmas, Associate• Patron; Mrs. sembly asisting will be Miss Present WP.re Mesdames Florence \Valletta Carlson. no\v residents of La Grande. May Gaul, secretary; Mrs. Neil Sharon Bowman, Worthy AdviFred Duke Sr. is reported im- West, Vic Erickson, Maybelle Thomas, treasurer; Mrs. Alfred sor; Catherine Williams, Joyce proving at the home of his l;libhy, Flora Lester. George PatGr o d vi g, conductress; Mrs. Walin, Shirley Roufs, Patty Halrick, Albert Shaffer, Charles daughter, Mrs. Charles CampGeorge Rolstad, associate con- verson, Karen Motteler and Wade, Harry Fox, Francis Jackbell at La Grande. ductress; Mrs. Robert Walden, Marge Nelson. son, F1·cd Hite, C. LnC.-ra11gc, chaplain; Mrs. Leon Harrison, Cliff Housekeeper, Orin Stager, A very cordial invitation to 1Oc lin. marshal; Mrs. David Harkness, Alfred Brabec, Paul Davies, Alex TYvo cars \Vere ext.ensively organist; Mrs. Fred Anderson, all Masonic families and their Redding, Kenneth Otto and the lx3 3" CEDAR da1nugcd in a spoctaculnr broad- Adah; Mrs . . Raymond Mayberry, friends to attend, is extended by The Parkland Volunteer Fire- honor guest and hostess. IPiclu~ts side crash at Pacific avenue and Ruth; Mrs. W. E. Allchin, Esther; the Worthy Matron-elect, her men's Auxiliary is appealing for Johnson - Shafer Military rnad late Saturday after- Mrs. Claire Conaway, Martha; officers and membership of assistance for a family whose Lighted candles dccorntcd noon, the four occupants suffer- Mrs. J. W. Walin, Electa; Mrs. Faith Chapter. home burned last week: Especi- Trinity Lutheran church in ParkPer Foot An open house will be held ing painful but not critical in- Fred Wetzel, warder; and Mr. ally needed are a crib, washing land Feh. 16 for the weddinc1 o[ Sunday, March 24, at the home Robert Christ.en, sentinel. 36" Single Loop Wire machine and fm·niture. Anyone Sharon Johnson. daughter of ~Mr. juries. \iValter James Gustafson, 22, Installing officers for the eve- of the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Robhaving a donation is asked to and Mrs. Raymond Johnson, and 1446 East 30th St.., Tacoma, sus- ning will be Mrs. Erwin Foisey, ert C. Christen, 11606 A street, call GR 3737 or GR 4036. Keith Shafer, son of Mr. and Mrs. tained facial lacerations, as did Junior Past Grand Matron, Bell- Parkland, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Kenneth Shafer. The Rev. Hans and all members and friends are Svinth officiated for the double- his passenger, William Gerald ingham, as installing chaplain; invited. Presiding over the tea ring cercxnony. Peter Hanson (Jr. Lichtenberg, 22, 611 East 45th Burt Courtwright, Seattle, ,Junior Past Grand Patron, and Mrs. table will be Mrs. Alfred Grodsang, accompanied by ·Mrs. Gun- street. Alvy I. Gowland, 27, of Mc- Roy Crait:;, .A.sso.ci2-tc Grand Ma- vig and Mrs. John F. Graham, nar Malmin. Chord, driver of the second car, tron. all cf the Grand Chapter assisted by Mrs/ Fredrick Cook. The bride wore white lace ov<'r Na1Ke \Villiamson, se:n.ior, will satin, with fingertip veil, and was slightly injured; his passen- of Washington Orrlcr of Eastern ger. Sa1nuel S. Irving,~ 23, also Star; also lhe rd.iring Matron cf represent Bethel on the Arn1y ED MAREK pearl necklace; she carried a Up To Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw while orchid c'n a white Bibi<>. of McChord, was the most ser- Faith Chapter, Mrs. Tra'vers Dry- Reserve's float for the Daffodil iously hurt of those involved, er, and the retiring Patron, Rob- parade. Nanee. will compete with FIRE - AUTO with a fractured leg and should· c1·t T. Clinton. Mrs. Orval five other girls fo1· the title of 12909 Pacific Ave, GR 400U er-. French, Junior ·Past Matron of Queen of the Float. Good luck to State Patrolman Al Stewart Ivy Chapter, will be the install- her! Farmers Mutu~J Ins. Co. investigated the accident. Pacific Lutheran College preAuto - Fire - Liability ing marshal and. Mrs. Fred McJ. J. GUNNS Agency Callum, Past Matron of Cedar sents a 111u~ic concert. £01· the :Marion Gaenzle was .maid o.£ and BARBER SHOP students of Rethel high school honor; other attendants were Chapter, will· be installing orSOS Ea. l 76th St. GR 7757 For' Your Do-It-Yourself March 13 in t-he gymn11siu111. The ga.nist. Diane Rudy, Eva Lou McAttor, 2 Blocks East of Transformers, Projects Courtesy appoln1.n1~nt.s for t-he ba.nd was under t.he direction of Cal"la Christensen and Judy Spanaway Mr. Gordon Gilbertson. One Odd Sizes ,Johnson. Patty ,Johnosn was the year are: I\d.r::i. E. L~ Harrison, member of the band.:11--as a-forBible Bearer; Alfred Grndvig, CUFFORD M. KORSMO flower girl; Greg Shafer, ring 6"x16'', ea. . ..........•. .'k mer Bethel gYaduate, Sally NixLutheran Brotherhood 'i!r--;S"x17°, ea................. 6c bearer; P.Jice Johnson and Nell Flag llearer; Mrs. Catherine on, now a freshman at .PLC. Life Insurance Doerr, KN,per of the Lights. 8~'x21~', ea& .....•.••.... 7c Shafer, candle lighters. GRanite 5644 Torrance- Brovvn, track· cOach, 11"x21", ea. . .......... 10c Mrs. 'John F. Gmham is chairCharles Moore was best mart; 16"xl 7", ea. . ........... 16c ushers were Verlyn Shafer,_Larry man_ of the reception to follow has a11nounced that track turn40"x1 O", ea. . ........... 24c the installation afrtl her comm1t~ out has begun. Approximately Bon ta and Stan Christensen. 24"x21", ea. . . ". ......... 28c At the reception in the church tee will in.elude Mrs. Iorien Buck, 24 b0ys A re turning out for the 24"x67", ea. . ........•. 88c parlors j\A_i·s. Mervil1 Shlpma.n Mrs. W. Becki111 'and Mrs. John i.: arious t.rack ~venf:s. Befhel's 49"x18", ea. . ........... 18c presided at t.hs bride's ta:bk; Thomsen .. Pouring will be Mr2. first t-ra :k nJset 'vill be I'l·1arch 40"x22", ea. . .......... 50c Mrs. Kenneth Johuscn .. and J\fil·r;. \V~lter Critchley, I\1:r s. :f\ lortcn 27 at. Stadium. ~A 1J 4tx8' Gr_egor.~,r~ 1t.1rs: . Ch>1rles Fe-f~1'1:1C)n, Monty Hewitt poured. Repcn'fei· :Mrs. 'fed QtterBirch ol' Oak, ea ....... $!Mm The bridegroom is with the U. Mrs. Robert Thauinberg and Mrs; ~.;t.~d. ~GRtn1it~ 765.8. Just what you need fm· S. Navy, currently _stationed Wesley: McKswe11: At the punch Cabinets & Built-ins aboard the USS .Essex at. Sarr bowl will .be :Miss Sharon BowTbs brall1 of the _a·u~ra·e:e <111~n 1nan 2.iid l\•liss. C:iro1 \V1lharn~. Diego. '\veighs 49 \j _c_und,~s~.-:cf -:th€r:a:\•e'l:·... thei.il-- ,,~11 be. an. ..crgar~_ 'p~e:. . age '::o:rnan, 4~ _ou;iC.es-: Reporter - J3.urgeson.

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Several important decisions concerning the 1957 Parkland Round-up were arrived at or announced at the Monday evening A special board meeting of the meeting of the Round-up comCollins P-TA was called Tuesday mittee in the office of the Roundevening at the home of Mrs. up chairman, John Bussanich, in Gilbert Baker, president, for the the Park 'n Shop . Thriftway purpose of discussing and cor- building. recting the motion as stated in Dates for this year's big event the Times Journal last week, of at Parkland are June 7, 8 and 9 the Collins P-TA board's stand and plans now in the making on opposition to fluoridation. promise a bigger and better comThe board wishes it under- munity celebration than ever bestood that as a P-TA group no fore. stand can be taken on a controChairman Bussanich announcversial issue. ed tho following committee Mrs. Gilbert Baker, president heads at the Monday meeting: Carnival committee, Wes Mc· Kewen, Ron Peters; grounds, Morrie Anderson, Al Saine; merchant participation, Betty School Weekly· Menu Baker, Jack Brown; tickets, -Mond'ay -'-' · Chicken noodle Howie Snowden, Cliff Becklund; soup, egg sandwiches, chocolate pony exppress, Del Cheney, Buss Ca1·mel; parade, Fred Sanders, chi)! cookies, milk. Tuesday Chili & crackers, Harry Wuestney and Parkland buttered cornbread & jelly, ap- Active Club. Parking and policing, Pierce ple wedges, milk. Wednesday - Beef stew and County Sheriff's Posse; publicity, vegetables, bread and butter Bart Payne, Jack Clark; dance (Saturday), Ray Bartley, R. 0. sandwich, milk. Sandquist, Donna McKewen; 1-H Thursday - Hamburger, but- stock show, Frank ' Madden; tered corn, fruit, milk. street dance (Wednesday) DolFriday Mashed . potatoes, ores Brown; posters, Jim Loring, deviled eggs, peas, bread and Bill Black; constrnction, Gordy butter! sandwich, cookies, milk. Loyer, Morrie Anderson, Al Saine, Bob Lonegren; rodeo breakfasts, Archie Heany; rodeo activities, Kent Erickson; announcing. and broadcasting, Larry Kirkwood; coronation, Verne · Ashford, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fletcher; Daffodil parade, Art Wing, The Tacoma Athletic Commis- Ken Jacobs; sound equipment, sion will sponsor a testimonial Newt Willis. dinner for the Pacific Lutheran Further appointments will be college basketball team April 2 announced at an early date. at 6:30 at TAC headquarters.

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Thorne Tibbitts, son of Mr. and Mrs.- Thorn 'Tibbitts, Graham, will take part in the Northwest Gymnastic Championships Starting Friday, March 22, a at Royal Brougham Pavilian at course of free lessons for inter- Seattle Pacific College Friday ested ladies of tho community and Saturday night. will be'' held Tuesday and FriTibbitts, Who won first plac8 day mornings at 9:00 at the Parad.ise Bowl, 107th and .Pacific on the horizontal bars in a dual ·avenue, according to Gordon meet with the University of Junge, manager. The course will Washington rccfontly, attends Washington State College. He .is include five or six lessons. Fol' ladies who must fake a .former Bethel· iligh a thlcte. theii· srilaU children with them, the.services of an attendant may e e •• be ,had at .a small fee. WHY don't women wear slacks ·before they outgrow them? The 112th Booster Club is sponsoring a game night FriMEN'S work shoes $399. pair! CHILDREN'S two-strap sandday, March 22, at the South Hill als $2.29 & $2.49! Improvement club at Pear and MEN'S Canvas, heavy-soled Meridian. Donations are $1 for Oxfords $2.99! the full evening of play; there

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March 21, 1957 The TIMES ... JOURNAL

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Mrs. John Folk, Parents of h9.ndso'm.e and in .. · tsllig~n': children· nl'",t,~ays bcliC\~e ' in h!::rz,dity. dear lit.th lady had ta.sted .coin.2 and bring your 11ei.@;hbor to h~r fir.st glass of beer. ·\\'e11, ~~~~:z,.m.7;,-~~"'- - ; be _our_ guest. I do say~ it. taste::: like the medill'l~li'i>'>ll' \ cine mv husband has been takBloodmobile ~ng Jct· the 1.?.S.t 30 years.)) ·. Don't f~rget the Bloodmobile i,yill be _at the Corilmuriity club Cr;mberries are the only fruit hall fr::iih 3:00 b 7:00 p.tn. }\·i- that gTOVlS- und€·T \.\TtteT. day, jVfarch 22 f Vz:i:tn.orrovt). Don't eat for three hours before COMPLETE ~~ou come. Refreshment~ will he PRESCRIPTWN DEPT. sen'ed by the club.

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811.lildhu; Permits The Summit,\Vi:iodlnnd-Collins fire departrrient:arrd the ladies' auxiliary ptesident, Mrs. Lyle Winsley, and:her co:rrinlittee wish to thank aH:.ctho£e: -.,,ho helped nmke the MarclL 1 7 rlirmer such a success by: ±heh; :dcinntions and their presence: They served around 300. On Saturday_,: Marci± 2'3, they nrc holding. a;;card .party in the fire hall, sfarting.at·S:OO o'clock. Ada .Ho!dc1i Circle The Ada Cfrc1e of'the WSCS cf Summit Meth.Odist. church will meet at the home of Jvfrs. E. B. Heister Thursday, March 28, at 2:30, Mi's. Iv'i. ._.S. :··Ru.u

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the hostess. Ga1tl.en Cfob The Jur:te:Bug Garden club will meet Tw:sdny, ·Mm eh .· 26, at. the borne of MfS. {kv:ille :Mills, 9030 Portland ·avenue; Mrs. Fred Most ls the co .. hostess. Eac11 member is asked t.o.· · bri,ng. an arrangement or composition .. ;ind a 2-lb. ~offr:~ cnn, ,,,paintf:d inside and 1

out, for -thc_:_:\vorkshop projcet. For further inIO.:r1natio11 1 call Mrs. Arthur.Bjork· 1.I'h<J meeting

starts at 10:30;. coffee and dessert will be served. In1_provinff< We are glkcL lo. rqiort that Mrs. Archie;.LaForge .Sr; !Anna) is recuperating -from, a broken leg. After seven: \veeks in -Doctor's hospitrrL. sho . .was bmught to the- horne>'.-of- J1er sister, Mrs. Cari yon

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The fo1lovving persons ---:h";~~ complied with the County Re;;olution requiring property mfoers to obtain a building perrJ:tit bdore constructiQn or remodeling costing more than $200 is b0gun on· any building in Pierce Cuunty: Rodney Usher, $1950 remodel tQ home, 9904 Barnes Lane; Mrs. Ellen Duneer, $14,500 brickveneer homB, 2903 E. 92nd; John Van Leuvcn, $750 frame garage, 11325 E. Cedar; Gernld Kliewe, $9000 brick-veneer home, 9005 Vickery Road; Wm. Sievers, $8000 frame home, 3623 Waller Hoad; Otis Saky0r, $3000 tQol shed; E. 72nd & Canyon Head; Carol Otterson, $16.500 frame home, Lundblad Road South of Tacoma Pipe Line; Theodore Kollar, ~;i3,000 frame home, lOflth & Park; Albert A. Pascal, $1000 frame addh. to home, 1914 So. 102nd; Harry Winrich, $11,000 frame home, 12911 "C" St.; Robert D. Ervin, $9600 frame home, Cor. Vickery & Ettor Rd.

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Rod and Gun Clubs at more than ninety Air Force installations have been cited by General '.l'homas D. \\fhite, Vice Chief o[ Staff of the U.S. Air Force, for their· contributions to imprnve combat readiness of AF people. In a speech before the North American Vvildlife Conference in Washington, D.C., Murch 6, General White said that enthusiastic outdoormen have spent their O\Vn n1oney on this, rEc!·eational activity to relieve tension of working under constant pressure to maintain a 24-hour alert Air

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Force. The McChord Sportsman's Club was organized in October of 1955 and serves this installation in the same respect the Rod & Gun Clubs serve other AF inst:albtions. The club has an nppro:~.imate rne1nbership of 250 senior n1e1nbcrs and 30 junior

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MAYONNAISE Buy The Best Best For Less

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Parade "Easter Parade" is the theme ol' the! style show sponsored by the YW ViTivcs club March 26 at 8:00 p.m. in Weyerhaeuser hnll. Tacoma YWCA. Fashions will be presented by Laurel's and 'l'he Hcpe Chest. Thr=re will be refrv::;h1r1ents and awards; dona .. tions !~l.00. Proceeds will be used to send a delegate to the worldwide nrea conference of Y\V Wives clubs at Asilomar, cf.Hf. Tldrnls. may .be "had by calling GR 4885 or at the door.

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Rodger Lunde Post i~:~e~:n~.:::ees Thursday, March 21, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL .

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GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, .treating. New work. Rernodel. PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in mg, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. 3ctf your own home; day or night; GR 7254. 3ctf FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY BRICK & BLOCK WORK; PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pafireplaces a specialty; GR 7428 cific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf ,3ctf

• Business Service 3

WELDING - All kinds general work.. trailers and trailer hitches built to order; JOE'S WELDING, Mt. Highway, mile towards the Mountain from Roy "Y", open evenings. GR 3ctf 6534.

HEAT BEAUTY SHOP

9 V'/anted To Buy 8

HA 7628 72nd and Portland Ave.

GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; leveling; weekend deliveries; GR 7291. 3ctf

BULLDOZING Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching

RELIABLE PARTY MALE OR FEMALE to service a route of CIGARETTE machines. No selling or soliciting. Routes are established for operator. Full or part time. Up to $260 . , per month to start. $1100 to $2200 cash required which is secured. Please don't waste our time unless you cSil. secure the necessary capital and are sincerely interested to eventually operate a $31,000 annual net business. Give full particularn, phone number. Write Box .8303, Minneapolis; Minnesota, for information and interview. 5p28

CASH for livestock of all kinds. Also wanted live cattle for mink feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACKIN; MA 3565. 8ctf

BRICK WORK - .House leveling and foundations, retaining 9 walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace and stone work, GR 4291. Homes In Parkland Commun. 3ctf ities; Acreage close in, either with or without buildiirgs, CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; you haul or we haul; Bert Brown GR 7586. 3ctf HRLL TOP 11220 Pacific Ave. PARKLAND HEATING CO., Office-Days: GA 869!! CO. service for any type heating 1 io:ver>ings-YU 9221, HI 3315 -· unit; parts and filters; Wi1 Puyallup 5-2198 for DelivFOR SALE - 4 room home, 2 liams Oil-0-Matic low pressurl" ery or will load your truck. bedroo111s; ;~ acre, chicken turna.<~es; 755 South 108th, GR Pit at et:td of 23rd Ave. house, excellent soil; GR 5672. 4045. 3crl S.E. Puyallup. 9ctf FOUNDATIONS, additions, re. Screened Rd. ·Gravel modeling; Free estimates. Fin. G.I. - $150.00 DOWN Crushed Rock - 1'op ancing, no down payment. Plus closing costs. So. ThompSoil - Drain Gravel Phone HI 7000 anytime. 3ctf 1 son. 4 bedrooms, living r1n., dining rm., kitchen, ·wh'ed 6 Days a Week 220, 3-pc. bath, garage, conSEPTIC crete founda.tion, plastered Pumpin9=Cleanin9 ST;\N'S SUPER SOIL SERV. interior. One block to ·bus. ICE: Top som, sandy loam, peat Call Ralph Decker HI 9579. New Tanks & Drain fertilizer; HI 2305 or GR 8259. .SMALL DOWN 3ctf Fields Install.ed 2 BEDROOMS, living and dinCANYON ROAD GRAVEL & Terms ing room, good ,kitchen, bit" SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers ins, 3-pc. bath, large utility, No Down Pmt. 3-Yrs. to Pay loaded or we haul; GR 7586. concrete foundation, garage. Subject to Credit Approval 3ctf Good location. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Loorence & Midland $8,950.00 Olmsted OWNER will take 24' house N~rsin9 Home HI 5945 LA 8734 trailer as part of equity. 10816 Portland Ave. GR 5'395 House has large living rm, dining rm, modern kitchen SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LICENSED NURSES ON wired 220, large bedrooms, LlNES L."!STALLED. Riley DUTY 24·HOURS A .OAY full basement with extra bedBrothers. Phone GR 4987 or room, drive-in garage, furnGR 3204. 3ctf DON'T encourage dishonesty; ace. Also 20x30 building in locks keyed, combinations rear. Good location. Call changed; Parkland Cycle & Ralph Decker, III 9579. Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. Gltanite 5772. 3ctf

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Real Estate

& Smith GR 3930

Realty

GRAVEL

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FOR RENT - 2-bedroom mod- BROKEN ~utomobile glass and ern house, furnished; hardwood fire damruge in upholstery? floors; Spanaway; GR 7015 or Bring your car and insurance Graham 7-7647 after 5 :00 p. policy direct to u.;; for quick m. 10c28 adjustment. 25% <liscount on glass. Seat covers and convertFOR RENT - New deluxe brick ible tops install~d. ART'S side duplex, l bedroom; will GLASS & UPHOLSTERY, furnish appliances; Parkland; 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 2200 GR 8183. 10c28 15ctf FOR RENT .. - 3. bedroom 2-ycar DOORWAY TO BARGAINS-Two old rambler. Hardwood floors; baby buggies, your choice forced ah' heat, large fenced $12.50; Wringer \Vasher, very back yard, patio, garage. Choice nice $15.00; 3 bedroom sets, location; $90 per month. 6708 take your choice $79.50; Baby Park Ave. HI 9617. 1$c28 Bassinette, very nice $6.50; TVcombination, really BEST FOOD .. Private rooms Phono. worth much and board , for welfal'e and beautiful set, needy people; Eatonville hotel, more, but only $175.00 if sold Eatonville, Wash. phone 2-4656 this week. Near new Auto10p28 \'! asher · a real bargain at $99.50. Prices effective Thurs~ Friday, Saturday only. ""' Repair I I day, U-B SAVING MART, 12603 Pacific Avenue, Parkland. 15c28· WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Largest stQCk in town. R0Qair. TACOMA UPHOLSTERY ing that pleases, B.B.'s Washer Special on reupholstering dav. Service, 3727 So. G. rll 9409 enport, chair, as low as $129. 11ctf Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR 0327 15ctf COMPLETE Au.tomotl.ve ,R.epai.ir!'J FOR TASTY MEALS Big Selection of

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MARA'S CAFE

Airport & Meridian Phone Puv. 5-5344

• Automotive '57 FORDS & ClIE\"ROLETS; SMALLEY wholesale prices. MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave;, FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam GR 4()60 anytin1e~ evenings, boats $275 unpainted; work 12ctf guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., Sundays. 15ctf FOR SALE - 1949 Dodge 4-Dr. 84th & Waller Rd. New motor installed in 56. Good FOR SALE - Zenith Trans-Octires. Body tight. Radio and eanic radio, $65; GR 8412. heater. Going overseas, must 15c28 sell, best offer takes. Phone GR 0114. 12nc28 ~-----.--

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1953 Catalina hardtop Pontiac, hydramatic, ;'excellent condition. Will take 49 model car in trade. Ph. Puyallup 5-4519. 12nc28

Evergreen Auto Sales 51 CADILLAC Coupe DeVme $995

138th &.Pac.

GR 4"172

FERN HILL BEAUTY $HOP

FOR MORE

TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET classes. All ages. Mi '1 d r e d Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf

Per Feed Dollar

·SPLIT FENCE POSTS, lots of 300 or n1ore, 37c each; 100 or more, 42c each. GR 4080. 15c28

Meat - Milk • Eggs "Use" 'l'riangle Farm Proven Feeds

STORKY.ILL!

HAVE BUYERS waiting . for acreages, and ho111es on large HA 703!l I lots.

TREE PRUNING and shrubbery trimming; expert work; GR 5751. 3c2tl

BABY SHOP Everything For Baby Including Juvenile FurnituM

Ck199ed Drains?

9618 Pac. Ave. GR 4664

Toilet Wonwt Flush?

FOUNDATIONS-New additions; free estimates, firnmcing; work guarantee~; GR 2002. 3ctf

Just Call Us

Sanitary Septic Tan!i: Puy. 5·2813

LAWN MOWERS Serviced and Stored

Fewer Mowers A S;>ecia!Ly Free Pick-up & Delive1·y

PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY

G JETS <!Iii SUBMERSIBLES ii CENTRIFUGALS ®TURBINES

HOO!I Paciiic Ave.

Ace Dirt Moving Co.

Tacoma Pump &

Bulldozing - Ditching

Weli DriHing Co. Rt. 7, Box 316

Tacoma Trades

Terms

GR 5772

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

Call GR 7281

TOP SOIL _ .GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS Phone Puyallup 5°2452

3ct1~ ROTOVA'IING & TRACTOR WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma ( ChesneycEtt.er Road). 3ctf EXPERIENCED PRUNING, shrub· bery work, spraying; reasonPARKLAND HEATING CO., serv" able hourly rates or contract; ice for 8.ny type heat.ing unit,; HU 1605. 3ctf parts and· filters; Williams Oi!lJ-Matic low pressure furnaces; 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf ---·-·~-~·-

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HOUSE .M.OVlNG - Lev·eling, foundation&; cement \vor1t; free estimates.. PR 2653. 3ctf 'TRAILEgs coni.uiete er fl' a111ed. to you.t Sp-ecihCcd:io~1s; carnpi1;.g1

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SHAVINGS O UPLAND SLAB

G. ANDERSON

Feed & Seed Co.

Insurance of All Kinds 14660 Pacific Ave. Notary J'ublic Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 8609 Office 302 Garfield St., Parkland BABY SITTING in my home, day "Deal with the people who give or night; $10 a week; GR 7814. you their personal attention." 14p28 .RES-PO_N_'_S_IB_I_JE--Vl-'O_M_A_N--w--a-n-_ts haby sitting and house cleaning; call GR 4866 after 3:30 p.m. ·15 ACRES ___________ l_4c_t_f SPANAV{AY DISTRICT L.A..RGE 4 bedroom home; 25 HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wants baby acres cleared, the best of lm1d, si tt.ing jobs evenings, weekbalance_ in. pasi...urej 25 sta·nchion ends; 35c an hour; HI 2327. barn "vith Concrete foundation; 14c28 milk house. Three miles east of Spanaway. Widow must sell. CHILD CARE; excellent facilities Call Barney McFaddcn,''Gn1ham for children; days; GR 4865. 14c29 7-733"1, or Mick, MA 6355, HI 13,108. THREE TEENAGE GIRLS wish 40 ACRES , baby sitting even in gs, weekHc29 3 BEDROOM home southeast of ends; HA 8345. Mclfonna; 15 acres cleared, all fenced; highway frontage; $5700. O Miscellaneou~ Call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6:355, HI ARE YOU UNHAPPY about the last oi1 price increase? Let us 8408. prove to you that we can save lO ACRES you $$$$$ if you live within two SUMMIT DISTRICT miles of om bulk plant. Don't GOOD ::> bedroom home on one delay, call today! GR 8173, floor; 4 acrt's c1e:-:1rc>d, b.nhn_1ce in Lapenski's Homo of Clean Oils, second~gro\vth firs; highvvay 9920 Pacific Ave. 15ctf frCnt,age, l1uilding sites; 1/fu acre TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be, in strav1rberries, several fruit trcc.s, double garage, other out- ginning and advanced. Call Jim 15ctf buildings. Will trade; $12.500. Nylander. GR 0574 Call Barney McFadden, Graham COMT11J:ERCIAlr-~--- . 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. --··-··INSTALLATIONS

3514. Pacific Ave..

W"ELL DRILLING

FUEL CO. BR 8311

FOR SALE - Standard size Gibson electric range, 6 years old, very good condition, $60; GR • 15c28 4322.

COPE BROS., buyers of all kinds of poultry; 102 So;ith 72nd St., HA 4406. loctf POULTRY FERTILIZER - Midgard Poultry Farm, Roy; mile east of McKenna school; phone Yelm 3675. 15c30

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

f(ilrkway Furniture 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 Open Till 9:00 p.m.

WANTED -· Talent for Eatonville P-TA Stunt NiP-ht. Call Eat- FOR SALE - White E:ing and onville 2-3849 or Z-3516. Cash Silver King pigeons, reasonable; prizes. 15c28 John Marcoc, GR 6cl:l1. 15c29

Sales & Service Se!'vice on All Pump:;

• Help Wanted

5

Correction

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Estimates For ••• Home Wiring Remodel, Dryers, Electric: Heat, Emergency Service Call

CORNELL

WEBB ELECTRIC Days GP. 7463 • Eve. GFI 4437

A person can have more money than brains, and still be broke.

WCTU Mrs. August Elmquist. will he the hostes for the annual InstiDesigned with the professional loggtlf iL1te of·· tlie · Mldlnn«l ·Women's . in mind, the AIJ-Newfkcctii'iocla Christian Temperance Union on Tuesday, March 26. The meeting Model 5~ is the lighte~t of al,! will start at 9:30, with Mrs. N. big-timber saws - jus~ l4 ,powe~-packed pou~dsl J. Gjuka, president, presiding. : rs Mrs. Luella Engler, County Featurd like these mlike tht.1 president, will have ~harge of gear-drive 55 a standoutt the opening with Crusade Hymn, e Two-bosition blad4'mount !or salute to the flags and praye1·. buck~ng and low stj,lmp fellina There wi)l be. special music by Mrs. Aaron Woods. " Unmhtched luggin~ ability Mrs. Alta Barker, director of radio and television, will give " Lowe,.o;t silhouette ~r eas;ii a.n addres upon her department, carrying in woods~ Mrs. Floy Barwick will speak on a Choiqe of fast or slj:iw chain speed. Christian Citizenship and Mrs. 1 Ralph Brown will give an ad- Test it tdoay I ' dress on "Child Welfare and Visual Education." Mrs. Beryl Brooks, returned m1sSJonary, will have the quiet hour, also telling of some of her over-seas experiences. Those attending are asked to bring a sack lunch, the Midland Union fm:nishing dessert and hot MAC.HINERY &~SUPPLY beverage. Puyallup Avenue & A o'clock Sunday afte1·noon, March BR 0341 24, at .the home of Frank Gural. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, EASY 'l'ERMS GRanite 8545. Cail for Free Dem,onstration

WEBSTER RODINSON

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Ph.imhing & Heaiting

DICK bEYERE.AUX

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Wheel Balancing 8 Motor Tune-Ups ~ Headlight Adjusting Airport Rocke~ SeJcvice Airport Rd. Next to IGA Shopping Center

GR FJ2{b3

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Grange Social Eve

Newly elected officer~ of the a UJ{tliary· ·for · the ,ensumg ·-yeai.:..·-·-sio: 'Fafflck's Day ~.will.· bii-the include,, Mesdames Robert Sur- theme for the soc/al evening plus as president; Hichard And- March 21 at the .:[~mes Sales ede, senior vice-p:·eside_nt; Ro~- Grange hall just west of Park ert Anderson, jurnor vice-presi- avenue on South 11i3th sh'eet.dont; Arthur Neff, chaplain; Joe After a short busi~ess meeting Coyle, conductress; Guy Steele, starting at 8:00 p.rJii., the proguarcl; Einar 'l'horsen, treasurer; gram will start. All qrangers and Sada Clother, one-year trustee; their friends are wefoome. Alfred Gwynne, two-year trustee, Mrs. C. Henkel, frome Econand Thurlow Clother, t_lll'ee-year omics chairman, is '\ii. charge of trustee. Mrs. Surplus is follow- the Drcgrc.nL : ing in the foot steps of thr_ee There will be a srtecial attracother members of her family tion of Can Can Gl;rls and the when she is installed as presi- Kitchsn Band wili also entertain dent. Her g1·eat aunt, Mrs. the group. ' · Robert Gillispie, was first presiM;s. Herbert Piper, Lecturer, dent of the auxiliary; her mother is in charge of the luncheon and Mrs. Einar Thorsen is a past helping her serve will be Mrs. president, and her aunt,. Mrs. James E. Sales and Mrs. James Joe McGarr is a past president. W. Sales. She has been a member of th0 auxiliary for several years and served in many auxiliary offices Apologies to Kathleen Taylor on her way to the top. Members of the Post and Aux- of Franklin Pierce Hi:'.whose name iliary are planning to attend the was ommitted from the list of Veteran Employment Clinic to pupils who made ~uch a fine be held at the Vocational School showing at the rl;!cent music March 26 at·8 p. m. The clinic competition festiva~. at Renton. is being conducted to provide Kathleen rated Sup~rior on her valuable answers regarding vet- soprano solo. erans' rights and benefits. Of interest to mothers and wives of veterans will be the discussion regarding what to do in case of emergency hospitalization, death or other crises. Mcrnbers attending the Third District meeting included Mesdames Arthur Neff, president, and Guy Steele, Alfred Gwynne, A. N. Mitchell, Joe McGarr, Einar Thorsen, Robert Snrphis and John W. Johnson, Jr. Accompanying was Mrs. Joe Unkaud, former member of the Moses Lake unit, and now one .of .the O\Vi1ers of tho ;P~radise Bovct . " Ione M. Johnson, Publicity Chairman.

SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES- FOR SALE - Siegler heaters Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann at Paddand F'uel Oil Service Bakery 1!'ictf GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave 15etf

ZIG ZAG GOOD BOARD & room for men; 'U'1a.b!e to pay ba!ancs of $'{9 011 FOR RENT - Furnished BPart- hon1e privflogcs; GR 6009. 15c28 this beaut;y~; cost.. ne\v $179.50; ment; references requir:ed;- 126 sews buttons, embroiders withEast Violet Meadow, GR 0569. out a.iltachments; take ovm· $7 lOctf Ht. 1, Box 475, Spanaway, Wn. BUiiLDOzn:rG • DITCHING monthly payments and get, free home demonstration. UPTON Phone GRanite 47411 FOR RENT Tw·o bedroom GRAVEL _ TOP SOIL - SEPTIC OWEN 'fAYLOR., Se?vice Man apartn:enti _partly fur·nlshed. Lo .. TA:t\'1..;:8 • DRAIN FIELDS. ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market S+ , FU 2551. 15c28 17'50 f!th St. ~LW., Puyallup f':1-t2d jn Fa.1~klaE1d, near schoc•L LA 8043. Phc•;e !"vyFJ!l!i;~ Z1°2452 obxes, and bus lll1e. VhU b" · · 1.5ctJf BABY FURNITURE. nev.r imd vacant _1Et, .part. of _4.pril. $50 used_. for sale or rexirt; 111011t.h;~.Fh_ o:1~_ G_R .~;~14 1~nC29 SMALL FRY EXCHA'NGE: FOR Ii.ENT - 3 room' furrushed 1109 :Market St, BR 9505, ' 15r:r.f - Pe11sione1~ ta can;, aro1·tmsnt near McChord and F0l·t- Li:.u.rls;;~ nrh/ra.te bath, util.., PL'-'...!'-TO LESS01'TS =~~J!3.s~-ica1 ity rool'ni gar'"ags; GR 4221. FOR SALE - 6 months old male 2nd mode:rne RBasc11able y.i_te. 10c23 Border (Wod:ing) Co!lie. Par· Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. ~ Ents re.G;iststed. Dam 1\,fc.Clah1 in1oort, stcL:.J:; Sirs, .Arthur AJ ... LEAVE F'IT...:M at QuaJ1ty Photo leris. $25.00 Phon~ Su1"t!nsr Service for de·veloping, ln: at. 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. :5~3251 01~ w-iite Raloh L.iCros:.s 15ctf Rt. 1, Orting, Wash." 15p29

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WHY PAY MORE? Brand new light weight electric portable sewing machine, round bobbin, sews forward 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 mo.-e. Too numerous to mention. SOUTH TACOMA SEWliNG MACHINE CO. 54401/z So. Tacoma Way

F'OR SALE OR TRADE '39 Buick truck, in good shape; 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 95'i9 trade for steer, LracLor; or sell; 12c28 Member of 'l'acoma Real Estate GR 0484. Board '41. CHEVROLET Club Coupe $70 or best offer; phone GR 0485; BUY A NEW ADMIRAL TV at call evenings after 5:00 o'clock. UPTON'S for only $89.95; no12p28 thing down and 25c each day on approved credit. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St. FU 2551. . 15c28

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New Son Welcoming a new addition to thoh· family are the George Rod-, 1·iclcs of East Harrison. A son, Charles Robert, put in his appearance on Thursday, March 14. Beside his parents, the new arrival is being welcomed by three sisters, Barbara, Nancy and Peggy, and four b1·others, Georgie, Donnie, Roy and Gary. Congratulations! Rally Day A big event for all 4-H'ers of Pierce county will be the annual Rally Day, on April 6, at the Tacoma Naval Station, from 9:30 in the morning till 2:00 in the afternoon. After seeing all the sights at the Naval Station and touring a carrier and possibly a submarine, lunch will be served aboard ship for a nominal sum of 60 cents. After lunch, announcement will be made of the 1957 Pierce County Junior Fair Queen. Don't forget to have your lunch i·eservations and money to Mrs. \Valter Corrigan, 1201 ,East 95th, Tacoma 44, by March 22. Sch.umacher-Le\vis Miss JoAnn Schumacher, daughter of IVIrs. Mary Ov.rens, a:.d Meriwether Lewis, Jr., son --.·'. lvir. and Tuh·s. IY1e:ri\vether _::\vis of Fairbanks, fJaska, v1ere v,,ed recently in a double ring ce~·emony at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, with tho Rov. Kenneth Allen officiating. Mrs. J amcs E. Shock was the soloist, acco1npanied by Mrs. Earl Kuper on the organ. The bride was given in marriage by Sgt. George F. Hoover. She wore a gown of floor-length net ar1d lace over tafeeta, in traditional white. The lace bodice was enhanced with a scalloped neckline, set off by a single strand of pearls. The Enger-tip length veil was caught to a tiara of seed peals. The bride carried a white Bible, covered with baby pink rosebuds, centered with a white orchid, a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Rod Dresser. Miss Janet Jensen was maidof-honor, with bridesmaids Miss Carolyn Collett and Miss Lynn Murphy. The attendants wore identical taffeta gowns in varying shades of turquoise and carried bouquets of pink carnations. 'l'hcir headbands were of turquoise net. Jackie Alexander was the flower girl, wearing white and carrying a tiny basket of .rose petals. Richard Weightman was best man and ushers were Jerry Teterud and Don Machel!. A reception in the church parlors immediately followed the wedding ceremony. Assisting at the Tcception were Mesdames Lloyd Collett, George Hoover, Jack Alexander, Rod Dresser, A. Seaman and the Mises Linda and Dianne Hoover, Grace Isakson and Penny Cambern. The bridegroom's parents eame from Alaska for the occasion. The bridegroom is spending a furlough in Tacoma before leaving for overseas duty with the U. S. Air Force. J\Ieriwether graduated from Franklin-Pierce high school and the bride is now finishing her senior year there. Clove1·ettes March 5 was the date of the last meeting of the Midland 4-H Cloverettes at the home of Julie Johnson. They decided to have a cake sale on Saturday, Mm·ch 30 at the Midland Thriftway. The girls are trying to earn some of their county· camp money. Julie Johnson gave a demonstration on "An Egg Salad Sandwich." Present at the meeting were Patty Winterton, Nancy Bombardier, Joann Ayers, Linda Martin, Corrie Miller, Anita McElroy, Marcella Lawler, Julie ,Johnson and their leader, Mrs. Ed Lawler, and assistants, Mrs. Norman ,Tohnson and Mrs. Alfred Winterton. The next meeting will be at the home of Nancy Bombardier. Cook-Out Midland Boy Scout Troop 84 will have a cook-out at 1:00

Ellsworth Station, Weddell Sea Antarctica, Feb. 17th'. (Deloyed) (FHTNC) - Donald C. Schlanbusch, seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Thomas A. Brown of 423 South 123rd St., Parkland; is a board the Navy icebreaker USS Staten Island as it returns, via Sonth American ports, to ·the United States. With approximately 85 per cent of the construction finished on Ells\vorth Station, the ship got underway to rendpzvous with the USS Wyandot,' some five miles up the coast, to start the journey out of the hie to South America and home. In a successful effort to complete the base before darkness started closing in abput Feb. 15, the icebreaker furnished over half of 4w crew to ~he Seabees to aid ~~ unloading and construction!i!) operations at the campsite. According to the* base commander, completion •pf the base would not have been: possible at this time without the assistance of the ship's officers fcand men. :'

At the regular meeting held by Rodger Lunde Auxiliary No. 5052 VFW Wednesday night, Mrs. Robert Surplus, president elect, announced the following officer appointments: Mesdames J. W. Johnson as secretary, Thurlow Clother as patriotic instructor, Ronald Johnson and Alfred Gwyne as color bearers and Alfred Gwynne as historian. She also announced the following appointments of commit.. tee chairmen: Mesdames Richard Anderle on Hospital and Youth Activities, Robert Anderson on Buddy Poppies, Arthur Neff on Community Service, Savings Bonds and Scholarship, Alfred Gwynne on Legislative and An1ericanism, Einar Thorsen on Membership and Gold Stnr Mothers, Thurlow Clothcr on Publicity and National Home, Joe Coyle on Ciivl Defense and Cancer, Joe McGarr on Birthday Fund, Ways and Means, Sunshine ·and ·Flowers, George Doyle oll Treasure Chest, Sada Clother on Green Stamps, Guy Steele on MJB Coffee Bands and John W. Johnson on Rehabilitation and Essay.

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PARKLAND FURNITURE New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Ave. Residence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf FRESH BROWN EGGS, wlupping crea1:n. nectarbeYry plant:}; 306 East 121st, GR 8720. 15p23 FOR, SALE~ Used heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Servieo.e; GR &584; 120th & Pa(;iiic ..ie_..,.-" Ave. •

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Spanaway PmTA Elects Officers Mrs. :kol;Jert MoKinnell was r1lected president of, SpaRaway at the March 13. mqeting. Otkm chosen are: Mrs. R. L. Frerichs, 1st \iice presidE;nt; Mrs. Cur~is Parsons, 2nd vice ptes·i." dent; :Nirs. ~· E. Engebretson, sec .. 1 etmy f re-elected); Mrs. Frank Pt·toski, treasurer. Mrs. H. L. Patton's Girl Scouts troop 9i, presented a variety show which pl·ove<l \'ei·y ente.r• t.n1n1ng, vrith square dan.cing, arid accord.ion solos and n

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Emerson Tarpe:nning, Ja.ck Hen· P~nmits ifoksen, George Stephenson, 0. Fir(J ·petmifa are now reqtti\·,;\Q, Oit,at, Edvrnrd Flannery, Ted VN-2ill Sr,, E~b St~id:::l SJi., for all open fires jn PieFC:E! Beulah Ballard and Louis Sym· qotu1t_y !ire. Q~s\x:-ic~-9-~ '.Re~~9.~~t$ of Fit" District No. 7. (Spana· m.or;,_S~ way) may !let permits f,lt I\upeir's New J)aughter Mr. and Mrs. .,Terrv Sl11tcr at Eik Plain, Sou~};). End.. Plurnl?• (Sj.:iirley peck) are parcints of ·a ing at Spanaway, and T'1()1'>I!la c}.aught~i', JOyce, Allyr.ill: bo:rn Pump & Well J;lril]ing, .146th an\l l'i.tarch 7 in Lc.s Angeles. Grand· pacific. ]3ring legal o.esc:l·iptiRI.l p3rents nre Mr. and. Mrs. Glyde of your prqperty.

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Mrs. L. E. ]?eek of 'I'i;1cqrna, fonn .. crly of Spanaway.. Home on Furlough Jerry McCullough is :,;pending his 30-day furl01mh \vith his parents, Mr. .and ·Mi·s. Robert McCullough. Beard M.ee~s The executive board of the Spana\Yay Firern_~n's A11~iUa1;·y met recently in th(O fire hall. Present. were Mesdames Harry White, Don MqLellan, Robert McCullough, Emerson Tarpen.ning, Edward Flanno·y, Oliver Omat, Bob Steidel Sr., Edward Larson, Beulah Ballai·d, George Stephenson and Jack Hemicksen. Lncamllil Dance A dance will be held in the Lncamas Community hall Saturday evening; good music, good cnts antf a good time are prom· ised .

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Birthday Party Clover Creek Pest 118, Ameri-· c11n Legion, nnd the Auxilinry will meet i!'l the Legion hall at Spnnrrway Frid'Uy. · evenin~, March 22. for a birthday party. Potluck lunch' will be served . at 6:30; all are invited to come and bdng a pot. Lillian Hansen, pubThe reporter returned from an licity chairman, promis<>s good interview. "Well," sald the edeats and says' "Come and Qring itor, " what did our candidate a friend." have to say?" · Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, ''Nothin·g.'' GRanitc 64()6. "KeeP it down to a c:olurnn."

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Mary Kuper is confined to he!' bed because of a heal·t attack suffered Saturday. She expects to go to Everett so()n to be with her daughter, Dods Charboneau. II.ou§e will .he of>f!n $atur<Jay n;to..\'n\Rg and cl()se Sunday af. Dave Parker has returned to temoon· work after an operation on h.is 'rhe Bti~b,e.l b,igh ~1:hool clv;iir · , arn;i. wUJ partici!Jate. iti thei M\\aiC! FE>~· Congratulations to Mr. and ~ivaI t<;> l?~ held. M1;1.:rnh ;19 !'it Mrs. Richard Slackcy on the PtQ. ~El~Ml WiU QE>. QI1(J Q~ ~i~ht bfrtli of a daughter, Donn.a Sue, lqca,l h.igh ~·*ocila.. iil 1i11'\E>n4a..n<iE>. Feb. 20. _. Get Two for One! The .Ross Plumbs have an i!l-

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Rebekc,h ·Au~iliary 'vill fu_e~t_ Tq~S<taY, March 26_, 'fih.e !iqrne of f\'.lrs. Miles De'\Vitt fot po~\11ck lunch at 12:30, Mrs. J?. Napier presid).Ilg. • Sick\ l.,ist Best wishe$ go tq :r,T:r:;. Qharlqs 1:,.qi:enz, ill 11t l';er l;iome, a.l'l,d. :to Mr. and M11s. E:. ta1;1enbor<!, confine<l to their l\ome. by fhl'. · Church News '1,'he High School young people of Gra.ham Qo:rn,nmnity ch.1,lrch will ha.v.e a bask.(Ot social at th0 parsol'.\age Saturday c·,·ening, Ma1·ch 23, at 6:30. · , Sermon theme . . for the 1:1:00 q_ qloqk serv1e~ vnll be; "Tha Sacri.fice o.f' God the Fa~her." · An attenda!lce contest irl the Sund'1-Y sqhool is now i!'l IJrogress, the losing tea111 to enter· tain the winners at a skating narty, ~Fip to the oce<in or trip ·to the mouRtnin. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, Graham 7, 7640.

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The TIMES-JOURNAL ' Thursday, March 21, 1957

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hospital, feeling much better. Henry Horn was quite ill for several days. Mrs. Jessie Fitzer is driving the school bus again, having re. covered from an attack of flu. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs .George Nyman celcomed a new son, Paul Jonahan, Feb. 26, the little stranger Dining three sisters and a bro·her iµ the home. Ladies of the \.sscmbly of God at Mineral honJred Mrs. Nyman at a baby shower March 7 at the home of Mrs. Elmer Sparkman. Mill Running The Elbe Lumber mill has started up again after having been shut down since last fall. The sound of the machinery is sweet music to our ears. New Foundation A cement foundation is being built under the little German Lutheran church, a badly needed improvement as the building was deteriorating. Home Again Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller have returned home after an absence of several weeks. Basketball Columbia Crest defeated the Packwood grade school 30 to 25 in a splendid game at Columbia Crest school last Thursday evening. Friday evening the Columbia Crest team played Morton, another visiting team, and was ·defeated by one point in overtime.

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WESLEY E. DRAKE, manage,. of the Bargain Basket at Spanaway, learned today that he had won an RCA 21-inch color television set in Pillsbury Mill's Eighth G:rand National contest for grocers. A companion feature of Pillsbury's Eighth Grand National Recipe and Baking contest, the Pillsbm·y Grocers contest is .a grocery display judging competition entered by many thousands oi grocers all over the country. Entrants displayed their merchandising know-how by rating the sales power of a series of nine grocery store displays. Prize winner Drake won his color television set for his rating of the 'displays :which closely matched that of a panel of top merchandising experts. The contest was divided among large, medium and small volmne stores with separate first, second and third prizes in each division. First prizes in all three divisions were new 1957 automobiles. Second prize winners received new color television sets, and a "sportsman's package" went to third place winners. Fifty .other prize winners received automatic electric toasters. Drake is pictured above (left) receiving his certificate of award from Archie Heany, Pillsbury Mills' representative for this area. McKewen Studio Photo ELBE . •

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The 71-70 heartbreaking loss to Tennessee State lefL the Lutes and their fans numb. According to photographer Wes lVlcKewen (who attended the tourney and snapped many fine action shots ... see page 1) each PLC cager thought it was his own faulL.

They all thought ... IF .•. If ... I would h:;i.ve WHEEEE!?!-Rob Reynolds is the guy on the bottom wliile four pretty red beads look the situadone this .... or if I would have done that. Coach tion over. He can explain all this however as it was during the action of the Red-Head-Parkland Jaycee benefit cage tilt last wek. Number 45 is Jim Hill of the Jaycees of course. The Red Heads lYlarv Harshman thought the same. won in an overtime 36-34.

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But you can't third among thousands of small colleges in the nation. Especially when the team you lost to goes on to win the tourney first place. Tennessee State, the club that rallied to edge PLO by one point, won the title by 19 ifoi;nts. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE According to Mt.Kewen, "One spectator said that Mae Knight rolled a 198 single the PLC-Tennessee State game was really the cham- and 526 series to grab individual pionship game. And also that same game was the honors in th<; Paradise Housemost exciting game in the entire tourney." wives League while Tacoma

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Roger Iverson and Chuck Curtis . . . the seasoned sophomores ... both were named to the all-tourney; first five. This is the same as being picked to the small college All-American. And Coach Harshman was named as one of four nominees as NAIA Coach of the Year. Honors! Honors! Honors! lVfore than you can name. And to a crew that really deserved them.

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Mac (the Parkland photographer who took in the tourney) told u1;1 .that the Kansas City people really opened up for the Lute followers. In a paper Mac sl1owed us, the Kansas City Star, a picture and story of a group of the students· appeared on the front page. The story told how the stud.ents "roughed" it on the trip, how they_ got .Pern,1.iq'iiOn. from the dean,. Ji ow they ,;ttldied wliH13· 11ot attlie .ga!D,es and how the welcomed them•:. . ·. .... · JVlcKewen added that.tlj.(l,.boys i-eally were liked Dy' the citizens and they did PLO justice in their · .. . .,._ · . . "T . .. . · . . . , ... . ... 1.. · act10ns. ,Je said, .· hey studied all mght and Wien not at ball game&."

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Hardware held first in team standings. Parkland Heating followed the 24-12 Hardware mark with 22%131;,, for second place while Erickson's Shoes was third with 22-14. Siler's TV was third with 19-17. Splits were picked by Bobbie Swinggi, Esther Sparling, Bess Sparling, Vera McMillan and Mae K.night. Evelyn Basket~has the highest; average with l;:i4. ROLLING BEE LEAGUE Betty Bliss again won the Rolling Bee. top honors. as she put together a 503 series and 184 high single while Carlson Brothors continued to hold top team honors. .. H & W Wiring, Parkland Pharmacy, _8tate Saving~ . a11d Loan; and ~azaar:• ~f. Oi'lgmals are tl;e other top. d1V1s1on teams. Spbts were p1cl~ed by .Elma H_olcomb, Ruth. Kmkade, Mary Fmk, Jean Dob1ash, Gladys Larson arid Adell Holst. · PARADISE PINETTES Liz Jowet.t rolled a. sizzling 574 for top series and !sable Eggleston connected with a 212 high single to take the Pinettes

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We are a small but mighty school in sports. Please forgive me for repeating but in football Clover Creek won co-championship, second place in the hoopshooting contest at Franklin Pierce Hi and second place in the basket ball school tournament. That is the school history so far this year. · Parkland Gi'rls Win Now t~e news of the Saturday ·· Bethel Hi games. In the tournaBasketball League ment there our teams won more The Parkland junior high girls' honors: 5th and 6th grades won basketball team finished the sea- first place. The second place is son in first place over Midland, held by our 7th and 8th. Collins, Central and Avenue. with The boys on the 5th grade a ·s-1 record. te{im are Randy Tvedt, Verie Girls on the winning squad Hopkins, Dennis Ell, Don Miller included Margaret Logan, Elva and Richard Cal'le; the substiRicketts, Leslie Sales, Lynn An-. tute is Robert Mayhow. The 6th derson, Sharon Davis, Janice grade· players are Gilbert Miller, Peterson, Janis Marshal, Ardelle Danny Rodiµs, Donald Hughs, Smith, Carolyn Damme!, Cathryn Donald Woods, Gary Bagley, D10tmmel, . Ann Bluhm, Sandy R.ichard Bergs, Gary Barker and ~vj(ln, Diana Perryma,1~, , fygn·~·; .CJtarcncc He_gcn: The 7th grade gai·et Haase and Mary Ann<Al~ 'boy~ are.. Cecil. Mayheu, B~ly drick. Wolf: Jimmy McGee, Bnan Th'."y were .under the direction Framch, .Ronald Vorak m1d of Miss Sharon Morgan and Paul Ernest Tr\ladway.. The 8th ~iade Larson. boys are Doug Woods, Wayne .Bos and Gerald Hopkins and from Elk Plain,. John Seaman. On Wednesday, March 20, these boys are to be 'given a dinner at the Top ,pf the Qcea11. , Hey, wait! We are not through! One of our boys had already signed µp with the Y. M. C. A and played one game before· the Bethel. Hi had s.tarted. Pat Dalby was on the Cougar team. They (Continued on Page 10)

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Winning third place in the 32 team NAIA basketball tourney at Kansas City last week gave th.e Pacific Lutheran Gladiators another entry for their already stuffed "all-time record" book as the Lutes finished higher than any other cage team from the Pacific Northwest in the tourney history. The Lutes, who entered the tournament unbeaten and topseeded, romped over Elon, ·:N. 'G. ;· Stetson, Tex.; Texas Southern and edged Eastern Illinois for their high ending. TM.~lliiJy'ibss­ was the heartbreaking, but exciting, defeat by tourney winning Tennessee State 71-70 in the final seconds. New Record No other squad from the Pacific Northwest region ever fin· ished as high as the Lutes and no other NW squad ever entered the tourney top-seeded or unbeaten. Another record was placing two men, Chuck Curtis and Roger Iverson, on the all-tourney first team. No othe\. Pacific team has done the same, and few other teams in the tourney history have had two on the first five. Coach Marv Harshman's Gladiators set many other records during the season including the school's first unbeaten regular season against college opposition, the school's best record . . . an overall 31-2, three Evergreen. titles in succession, the highest team score and the highest individual point mark among many others.

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bazaar and dinner to be held .at the Community hall. 64th and \Val1E1· rond Saturday, Ivit1i·ch 30, starti'ng at 5:30 .p.rn. As this is the only project for the y1mr, the c01i1n1ittee in cbarge, headed by Mrs. Pete1· Hurscher, president, are asking the support .of the cornn111nity to make it a success ... ful venture. A spaghetti dinner will be served at 7'5c for adults, 50c for children. There will 'be all sorts of booth's with plants, aprons, jewelry and other items for s!'tle. There will be games for entertainment. A mystery guest will lje honor· er, with an award of a lovely electric appliance at 8 :00 p.m.; nominations for the honor will be open _till 7:30. Those \Vishing to help select the mystc:ry guest may send in names sealed in envelopes marked "Mystery Guest," mailed to 6312 Waller road or sent to school with: the children. They will not be opened till the official count. Heme From Tdp The Mis.ses ·Mary Ellen and Barbara Farley have returned from a week's stay in California, having made the trip to San Diego with their brother Tom when he· reported for Navy duty following leave spent with the family on Waller road, Tom wi.ll be as~igned to the lTSS Cushing 1 stationed at Long Beach. The Fadey sisters enjoyed. a visit to Disneyland and attended the Lawrence Welk show; also saw other spots of interest as time allciwed. 1

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Leaving Anchorage over the . Seward-Anchorage · high,vay, you >>ill travel 'along the ;;hore of Tt1rnagin ·Arm for· appro}:imately 50 miles. Akmg this portion of the highway the mou~tains rise from the watersvery edge with the ro.ad cut out along the base of the mountains; Keep a sharp lookciuton these mountain sides for mountain goats. '\Vith luck you mrry be able to get.a. snap ,ihot of a herd gfozing close to the road. At. mil<'post 38 you will reach Gird wood, the. first small community offering r.estauran,t, store ,.und,, seryice. stati.nn necomrnodntions. At milepost 46 sou .. will cross tlle Turnagin Fl11ts, .low marshy country at the head of Turnagin Arm, and on a clear day you will be able to see Twenty Mile Glacier and Portage Glacier in the distance. Milepost 44 brings you to Portage; a small community at the Alaska RR. junction with the spur line to. Whittier, a freight port, reached only by trail and rail. Tm·ning left on a gravel foad for approxi1rn1tely. 7 miles. will bring you to ,Moraine Lake wilh the Portage Glacier rupninll" ·into it';f waters, Bere you will see. giant icebergs,;c,broken, off fromthe glacier, floating in the hke.' This is a wondedul srot for the trailerite to spend the night or for the traveler to hold a picnic. At inilepDst 53 the road, leaves the .flats and starts to climb .over the .Chug'ach Mountains of the Kenai Peninsula. You'll find this a beautiful and awe inspiring drive thn1 stands of sprui;e, birch .and aspen. Hefe too, keep an eye: openfor moose on the highway as they are 'plen'tiful in this mountainous area. At milepost 72 you'11 reach fi side road fo. your l;ight leading off thru the mountains for 17 miles 'to Hope, scene of the first gold strike in Alaska. · ·

them by the many guests in~·ited. Gnmes 'vere plsyed th1~oughout the evening, folbwed by a bottntifol buffoL supper at a late hour. Hostess2s for the occasion y;ere Mrs. Don Howard a:id Mrs. Maud(:: i:I\1rner, aSisted bv Tu1rs. .Fred Wilder and members~ of the farnily. In nttend8.nce were M>ssrs. and Me3dames John Otterson, John Gierman, Walter Redmt.n, Oscar Asmussen, Elmer Bro.clley, Lyle Parker, J .. Hori:;;sby, Frank S\va1and2r, Rci.y.: .Nelson, James Larson, H. Colbo, Joe Stormschack, Joe Brennan, Hel'bert F,oss, Fred Wilder, Earle Thompson, E. Theirnen, Melvin Neher, Don Howard, Verne Fogle; also Mesdames Beda Carlson, Edith. Sullivan and Maud T~irner; Jim, Don and Larry Geise and the honored guests and two grandchildren, Linda Foss a·nd Mike Brennan. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Dale Coffey and ha by son Lenny Dale are guests of Mrs. Coffey's mother, Mrs. Willimn Tharge, until establishing their own borne on Steilacoom boulevard. The young couple, formerly of Enid, dkla., are back in 'Washington following, Dale's re-enlistment in the U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers Wheeler of Vickery road had as their guests for .a . week Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mills of Montana, former residents of this area who had a very enjoyable time newing acqnaintances .. On Furfough Jim Robbins has been spending a pleasant furlough from the U. S. Army with his wife, Mary, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robbins of East 64th street. Jim will soon return to Fort Ord, Calif., for specialized training. New Daughter Mt". and Mrs. Douglas Howard (R.uby Marshall) are welcoming a daughter, bm·n March 15. Grandparents sharing. the good

Milepost 98 brings you ·to Moose Pass, a to'\\·n high in the mountains and junction. point of the Sterling highway leading to Now is a good time to remind Nnptowne, Soldotna, Kenai, Kasilof, Clam Gulch, Ninilchik, and Homer. A beautiful 175 mile drive for the tourist with plenty of all poul trymen to follow a carefully planned vaccination protime to explore. · gram. 'Ihis spring hatched pulAt milepost 105 you will reach Lawning Station on the Alaska lets are still young enough to R.R. situated on the shore of Kenai Lake, famous for it's beautiful bltw waters. From here the l}ighway parrallels the lake for ap- work in a complete program to proximately 4 miles, then statts it's gradual decent down to Seward. prevent poultry health problems. Contact the county agent's ofMilepost 126 and you are in Seward, "Gateway to Alaska'', fice for details. located at the head of Resurrection Bay and lying at the very feet By Ernest I. Hopp of the Chugach mountains, Seward is the main port of entry for materials consigned to the inte1•ior via the Alaska R.R. A small * :}: :i: By George Purcell city, old in appearance, yet ybung. at heart, looking forward to serving the ever growing Territory of Alaska: Busy boys are 4-H boys nowadays as usual. Feeding and Thus we complete our journey from Washington State, thru Canada, along. the Alcan ancl, over. the highways. of Alaska to grooming of fat steers and Se·,vard, the last stop on our itinerary. We hope you have enjoyed lambs for the Auburn Jr. Liveriding along with us over this true road to adventure. It has given stock Show and Sale in April. Pat Lawle~· .of Waller Road and us much pleasure to bring you this series of articles. Don Henrickson of Fife are pre3· Trips Daily paring their Hereford and Angus steers. Joy Barger of Fife may To Parkland, Spanaway shmv al'1d sell a Hampshire lan1J:>, Summit, M.idland David Larson at Edgewood ma~ show and sell two Hampshire GENERAL FREIGHT lambs. Ed Packard and Lance & Pen:y}11an of, Spana~vay pli;~;~~,~4Z'(~,, sell Hampshire tnplet ·Jambs. Tms WEEK'S SPECIAL Lester Sand and his sister of NESTLE'S. 23/s Lbs. Family Size Waller Road plan .to sell Hampshire fat lambs. Naida Isaacson om ma Ill Ill Ill " "' (Pd. Adv.) of Steilacoom plans to sell a couple of fat lambs. Sherry Young of Edgewood plans to of the most interesting meetings show and sell a Palouse-crossof the. season. There are poultry- bred barrow. The Palouse breed men in all sections 0f Pierce is a comparatively new' breed of County who have installed cages hogs developed by Washington recently. "Wm. Hannam from the State College. They are a bacon Cages for layers ..:_ are they Vickery Road vicinity, the F. A. type hog developed to raise large good or bad ? This will be Anderson's from Midlm1d, Eldon litters of pigs with large amount discussed at the regular month- Resser from Summit, Les Schaff- of lean meat and comparatively ly meeting of the Edgemont ner, Summit; Al Dolgoff, Edge- small amount of fat. poultry local 8:00 p.m. Wednes- wood; Winston Baker, Edgewood; Dave Rudd and Paul Housel of day, March 27. The group meets the Phil Ar1ieson's Lakebay; Edgewood and Chris Christenson at the Edgewood grange hall. Cecil Foster, Buckley and e!ilbert of Graham are some of the latReed Hansen, research poultry- Morgan, Gig Harbor, are a few est local part-time farmers makman from the Western Wash- who are using cages. Most of ing use of our very popular seed ington Experiment Station, will these have part of their flock and fertilizer recommendation give results of his experimental on the floor and part in ·cages. pamphlet. This pamphlet conwork comparing various types of This makes it possible for them tains specific recommendations cages. This promises to . be one to compare results. In some cases about kinds and amounts of poultrymen are concerned be- seed and fertilizer to use on varcause they are not getting as ious kinds of local soil situagood production .from cage. hous- tions. Just one of the many exed layers as from floor birds. amples listed is for pasture on These results will also he dis- extremely draughty non-irrigatcussed at the Edgewood meet- ed soil; use five pounds Tallarook ing. subterranean clover, two pounds creeping red fescue and five pounds alta fescue per acre. On ll'lpecla! Attentfoll! all. non-irrigated soil new seed. to • HOME SERVICE ings apply 300 lbs. of 10-20-20 $pec!al Equlpme~t OUR SPECIALTY fertilizer broadcast just previous .Also Commercal Installations to planting and ban-owed into soil. Then broadcast 20 to 30 lbs. field after 13021 Pacific GR 5661

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Johnson; also to Mr. and Mrs. Lee .. Reeves and family for the loss of ·Jll!r. Reeves' nephew fo Kelso. Six well co-ordinated teams Grnnge News from the Parkland Sip 'n Sew The chairman, Mrs. Robert 4-H .club displayed their achieve- Vorak, wishes to thank all the ments at the district Meal Prep- people for making tho open aration contest in the Franklin house such a success March 15. Pierce high school Home Econ- Come again please. omics room March 9. Clover Creek Baptist Church All the girls served luncheons, Daily Vacation Bible is having with a variety of menus. Martha a work shop March 19 to March Hovey and Melody Johnson serv- 26 at 7:00 for Clover Creek Baped pork chow mein, fruit salad tist church at the Temple Bap• with celery and dressing and tea. tist church. Joan Haakenson and Alexis ArCottage Prayer meetings al'.e ick prepared a salmon salad, pop- in three groups, North, Souj;h py seed biscuits, topped off with and Central. South and Centriil canana-cot shake. Penny Payne meet on Mondays. North meets and Mary Schnackenberg made on Wednesday. South will meet a crab louie with garlic French at the home of L. E. McAninch. bread. Central will meet at James Elody and Haidi Mobley Nutt's home. North will meet teamed up on a tomato tulip sal- at the L. Barndsas home. ad, corn bread and coffee. ShirThere wi.ll be a short meetiitg ky Bot.tiger and Linda Hanson and election of officers for nett served creamed tuna on biscuits, year. There will be a speaker, relish plate and coffee. Peggy Mr. Roster from Public Health Powell and Susan Jensen pre- Dept., ·with movie and discussion pared shrimp chow mein, a relish on fluoridation. We hope a lot plate and tea. of people come with all the/r Earlier in the season Shal'On questions, Wednesday, March 27. VanBeek and .. Evelyn Haaks;nson........... 3;!\'J>9r}.i;1:.-:- ¥rs. W,m. palb.y, prepared a luncheon for the GRanite $163. County Leader Training sess)on. They served beef kabobs on skewers with pineapple, olives, Tho following building permits mushrooms and pickles, with have, been issued by Keith F. salad of apple and ·orange· Jones, Pierce County Engine~r wedges and avacado, johnny Building department: cake and coffee. ,The beef kabobs F. R. Russell, $800 move home were cooked on miniature stoves to property, 14024 "C" St.; Mrs. set in the centerpiece. Nathaniel Wilson, $350 frame garage, McKenna; H. E. Thaden, $11,000 rame home, 1320 South 113th St.; Ralph Hendrix, Jr., $800 frame garage, Rt. 3, Box are the winner out of five teams,, 11, Tacoma; Donald H. Thompin the Junior Hi class. The last son, $500 chicken house, 2902 week in April there will be a East 90th; Anthony Metz, $2000 dinner and they will get an em- frame cottage, Rt. 7, Box 367, blem to wear on their jackets Tacoma. and a handsome certificate. Their Sid Green, $500 addn. to home team gets the perpetual trophy Rt. 2, Box 116, Puyallup; Herch!ll till next year. Joseph, 8850 remodel to comm, Sympathy bldg., 12821 Pacific Highway; We all extend our sympathy Leon Piper, 812,000 frame hom!'J, to the families of Jack Randles 1018 LaFayette; Oscar Lee Cor.tfor the loss of Mrs. Randle' s ner, $200 frame garage, 765 mother, Mrs. Axel A. (Hilda) 114th; Franklin Pierce Scho9l District 402, $320,000 school, 6ll So. 132nd St. ··

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All of Midland should be proud that ·the three top finalists in the : Parkland. Junior Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Award project have attended Midland schools all of their school years, with Mis~ Lina .Stokes of Mid~ ' land.:Sc;hool, daughter of Mt. and Mrs .. Eugene Stol;:es, coming out as. t.op ..winner. She will now be entered in. the ,Jnycoes State and National contests. The Misses Nina Ayers and Marlene Corrigan, ·both of Franklin Pierce high school, : daughters of Mr. ·and Mr]l, lfk>yd Ayers and Mr. and Mr~. Walter Corrigan, were tied second place winners. All of the girls received beautiful gold cups. with ·their names engraved on them mid the contestants and their: parents ·were treated to a wonderful steak banquet at Bar· cott's restaui'ant( when the final willners were· announced. A big hand and vote of thanks goes to the Parkland Junior .Chamber of Commerce for giving recognition to our youth.' and future citizens, Improvement Club A very interesting program was held when the Midland Improvement club members met in the Hall for their March meeting, with Mr. Albert Bombardier presiding. County Commissioner Emmett Burks said. a few words and introduced Engineer Keith Jones, who explaned what they plan to do with Portland avenue when . they resurface it, and he' .aiso ·answered many questions from the audience. Carl Reinicke then introduced Corporal Floyd Veatch, who showed many very interesting colored slides of Holland, England, France, Germany and Bavaria that he had taken while a G. I. in Europe. All interested adults of the community a~e urged to attend these informative meetings held in the Midland Improvement Club hall every second Wednesday evening, at 8:00. Friendship Club Mrs. Charles Harris was host· ess to members of the Friendship . club last Wednesday at her home on East Adams. The club decided to . send some money towards a TV fund for Fir Hall at Rainier State School, to remember Pat Corrigan's 10th birthday which he celebrated Saturday, March 16. Present were Mesdames Floyd Jensen, Emil 'Nau-

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Aspland assisting, along with all the members of the. Guild. Serving luncheon at the March meeting were Mesdames Edward Goebel, Kenneth Lampitt and i).lbert Asplund. Altar Society Interesting reports of the new· ly formed circles were given at the last meeting of the St. John of the Woods Altar Society, with Mrs. Walter Vailencour presiding. Final plans were made .for. their St. Patrick's potluck dinner which was held in the Midland Improvement club hall March 10 and proved a hugh success. After enjoying a del.iclous variety of food, those attending '\\'ere_ entertained with a varied program consisting of two songs by Mrs. Andrew Holmes and her three daughters, a solo by Earl Hopkins, new president of the men's Holy. Name Society, who

accompanied himself on the guitar, and several humorous numbers by the newly acclaimed men's quartet, Messrs. Ray Gogan, Buck Morris, Wm. Gwynn and Walter Vailencour, who were accompanied by Mrs. Mor• ris. Movies were shown to entertain the kiddies, so a nice Sunday afternoon was enjoyed by all the families attending. The St, Theresa's Circle, with Mrs. Johll' Bortoluzzi as chairman, served luncheon at the Altar Society meeting. Other circles who have organized reported the following chairme.n: St. Rita's, Mrs. Joe Walters, meeting the 1st Tuesday alter the 1st Thursday; St. Joan's, Mrs. Edward Cody, meeting the 1st Tuesday; St. Cecilia's, Mrs. Ed Samuel, the 1st Monday after the ls.t Thursday; St. An· ne's, Mrs. Ed Kindell. Others will report further next month.

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