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A style show and dance revue will be held F1·iday, April 5, at 8:00 p. m. in the new gym at Spanaway school, sponsored by the Dr. Lee A. Rademaker Ortho.pedic Guild. Styles will be shov;n by Diane's Apparel and Storkville. The dance revue will be presented by James Nylander's dance classes. Donations arc $1 per person, all proceeds to go to Mary Bridge Orthopedic hospital, Tacoma. ·Boy Scouts Spanaway Boy Scout Troop 34 asks everyone to save papers and old magazines for their paper drive the last week in April. An overnight camp trip to Deschutes river was enjoyed last weekend by 22 members of the troop, the event supervised by Scoutmaster Ben Thompson, assisted by Mr. Woodruff. Devotional services wore held Sunday morning. Breakfast Meeting Men of Spanaway Methodist church wm hold a breakfast meeting Sunday morning, March 31, at 7:30 at the church. All men of the community are cordially invited to attend and bring one or two boys with them, es· pecially a Boy Scout or Cub Scout. There will be a speaker. Firemen, Auxiliary The Spanaway Volunteer Firemen and Auxxiliary' will meet Monday, April l, at 8:00 p. m. at the fire hall. Hostesses will be Mesdames Lorion Buck, Raymond Corbett, Edward Flannery, Martin Gibbons, Merle Handy Jr. and Anna Connors. Community Club The Spanaway Progressive Community club will meet Tuesday, April 2, at 8:00 p. m. at the Community hall. P-TA Bo.ard The executive board of Spal"i· away P~TAwil meet Wednesday, ~~}'i/ flt 8:00p. m: ili the of•0Mrs.··James Orem, 1:71st and Park avenue. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

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. Featured on the program of the Parkland Area Kiwanis club dinne!· meeting at Trinity Lutheran church this (Thursday) evening will be a talk on the education system of Germany by Mrs. Lore M. Dormer, teacher of German at PLC. All members are urged to be present for this informative discussion. Last week's program presented Paul Vignes in an inte1·esting talk on world affairs, during which he showed slides taken in Egypt. Verne Ashford, chairman of you-know-what, wishes to express his thanks for generous special contributions from the following members: John Shipstcd, Don Nortdurffe, Carl Taylor, Jobn Curtis, Bob Ransler, Barney Summers, Herb Axford, Tim Tommervik, Dick Fraser and FACING A NEW YEAR-Recently chosen officers of Faith Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, of the Roy Englebretson. Parkland-Spauaway area, pictured above, were inducted into office; Saturday evening, March 23, in the ·first open installation of the local group, the impressive ai1d cplwful ceremony being held in COLLINS ••.• the Fern Hill Masonic Temple. They are, left to right, seated: Trav~rs.Dryer, worthy patron; Mrs. Robert Christen, worthy matron; Mrs. Robert T. Clinton, associate watron, Neil Thomas, associate patron. Standing, Alfred Grodvig, flag bearer; Mrs. Catherine Doerr, keeper of the lights; Mrs. Alfred Grodvig, conductress; Mrs. George Rolstad, associate conductress; Mr~..i,eon Harrison, marshal; Mrs. David Harkness, organist; Mrs. Robert Walden, chaplain; Mrs. Fred ·vvetzel, warder; Robert Christen, sentinel; Mrs. Fred Anderson, Adah; Mrs. Raymond Mayberry, R,uth; Mrs. W. E. Tllchin, Esther; Mrs. Claire Conoway, Martha; Mrs. J. W. Walin, Electa; Mrs. Neil Th.omas, treasurer; Mrs. E. L. The pros and cons on fluoridaHarrison, Bible bearer, Photo by McKewen tion were heard at the Collins P-TA meeting held Thursday evenin~, March 21. at the school. ELK PLAIN • • • A p;nel of three dentists and one physician provided much interesting mo.terial: Dr. Norman Hagen and Dr. Ted Johnson of the Tacoma Dental Society favoring fluoridation, Dr. Fred B. Mrs. Merlin Dickinson was Exner, M. D., and Dr. Arthur B. elected president of the Elk MacWhinnic, dentist, both of Plain P-TA at the regular meetSeattle, opposing the proposed ing al the school Wednesday project. Hal Evans presided as evening, March 20. Others chosen moderator. are: Mrs. Donald \Vallin, vice Hig-hlights in "pro" arguments presiclent; Mrs. G. H. Harlow, were: Tests in cities where fluorsecretary; Mrs. Floyd Borneman, ide was added to the water treasurer. A color film on Washshowed less than 50% tooth ington and its natural resources decay; when proper dosage is was ii shown. Mrs. Ockfen's 3rd used there has been no bad grade mothers were hostesses for physical side effects; fluoridathe social hour. tion has been voted on in 11 Card Party stah's and each time fluoridation Elk Plain P-TA will sponsor a won; cost of fluoridation in the card party Saturday evening, ·water. is about lOc per person March 30, in the school gym; per year. SURPRISED-Robert E, Jones ofl3121Spanaway Loop road and everyone welcome. Highlights of the "con" arguNaney .Sims of Orcha1'd Hill apartments, .had a dose hmsh with Grange death or serious . injljt'Y ·Satm·day · aftci':'oou >yhen l;he · FOrd ·.car ments were: Fluoriclation in recThe Elk Plain .Grange will meet driven .by J.ones, af~~· colision .with nt11>thcr automobile, at 120th cmmendcd dosage will produce this (Thursday) evening in the a11d ·South. Y'.'kima, .c1·11shedth1·ough.a ,fonce, rooted up. lawn and mottling of. l;he teeth arul dissp:ru.i.>J>e)'Y aj'Jd c'!ln.e t<1 re5j: a.gai':'~t a ti.-ee <m. the property of Phil coloration. will increase with age; hall. ,ft._ :.}3_p_(f~w,: -7~~'- So~1!h- -:l~f;t_h: _.A.~.: ;-,1\:i .;~:~;~.'.~V:: ;>'.-."suJi(i}:refl ~in,~~~-r~~~- ~~.11~: ..'Ya~ ac\~ling fhiqric\e . artificially t() B<Jlhel·l~i •. .l'{ews taken. to the hospital m a :l:Sup·~rioi· mnbulance. The other car m. The Be.t.hcl High School P-TA vclved in the. accic)eut, a '51 Mercury driven by Donald L. Hall.am w.ater can. b.e harmful to the last Thursday, March 21, voted of the l 705ih Periodic .Maintenance Squadron., McChord, is not human body; effect of flucirida~ tion 'varies "With the amount of unanimously to .dissolve the high shown. McKewen Studio Photo water the person drinks, heavy school P-TA, which· has been in water drinkers could injure their existence since the high school health; the use of chlorine and opened five years ago. It was the fluoride ·is not the same-one is general opinion that the P-TA was unsuccessful because of lack BUSILY WORKING on treatment of the water and the of parental interest. A commitplans for the up-,,nd- other is treatment cl the patient. tee> was chosen to study plans coming Bethel high Dr. Exner says that if there is school S en i or ball, son1c naturaJ fluoride in our '~ra­ fo1· a proposed Booster cluh, April 26, are Delores ter now, it is that much too which, if it is formed, will bo Dwm·sky ;m<l James much. open to all re.sidents of the disDean, co-chairmen of trict. The purpose of this Booste1· P-TA Elects the annual event. Many club would be to further interCollins P-TA elected the folplans have been made est in the school and assist t.h e and this year's ball lowing officers at the Thursday school in various activities. The looks as though it will evening meeting at the school: official disbanding of the P-TA be long remembered President, Robert Iufer; vice will be effective with tho May by the high school stu- president, Mrs. Wiliam Root; secmeeting. dents. All committees retary, Mrs. James Ronon; treahave been appointed, surer, Mrs. Claude Mulkins. A The Bethel high school choir according to James and life membership was presented to will participate in the Choir FesDolores. The co-chair- Mrs. Lamont Pulley. tival which will be held at the men have announced Chapel-Music-Speech building on Tots Club that the theme and the PLC campus. Richard CurTots club will meet Tuesday, other plans will be iiss is ·the high school choir April 2, with the teachers as announced shortly. director. hostesses. The proposed project for the year will be displayed The Bethel Braves play their GRAHAM • and demonstrated. This project first baseball game of the season Tickets are still available for is a phonograph with variable next Tuesday at Peninsula. The the PLC Testimonial banquet to speeds, used mainly in the teachgame will start at 2:00. be held Tuesday, April 2, at the ing of phonics. Tots club woulcl Lunch Menu April 1-5 TAC club. !il,e to soc a large attendance as Monday - Spanish rice, bread The dinner, in honor of t.110 the election of officers will talw and butter, mixed vegetable The annual st:>--le show and third place NAJA Lutes cage place. salad, milk and apple cri:ip. silvl"!l" tea will he held by the squad, will feature High RoselThe recent Tots dub field. day Tuesday-Vegetable beef stew, Gloria Motyeka Orthopedic Guild Jini, st.ate suprl'.mc court judge, was a success despite inclement bread and butter, milk and le- Thursday, April 1, at 1:00 p. m. and George Meyrers, sports edi- weather and members and guests mon rice custard with meringue at: the Kapowsin grade school .. tor of 't.he Seattle Times, as main enjoyed their trip to McChord top. The public is cordially invited to speakers. Air Force Base. Tots club now Wednesday-Chile, bread and attend. has 60 members. butter, apple-celery salad, milk Rebekah Seout Dance and chocolate marshmallow pudKapowsin Rebekah Lodge 241 Boy Scout Troop 92 wiLl sponding. will meet Tuesday, April 2, at Not.ice is hereby given that sor a dance in the Collins Grange Thursay Hot dogs, potalo 8:00 p. m. in the Masonic Tem- t.he board of direct.ors of Pierce hall Saturday, March 30. Tony chips, creamed peas and carrots, ple, Mrs. E. Tinius presiding. county school district No. 32·1 Crosten will provide the music. milk and white cake with cherry shall conduct. a hearing on the Donations are $1 per pe.rson. Church Not.cs sauce. Paul T. Nelson, pastor of the need that exists for additional Bud Newell is general chairman, Friday Creamed tuna on Graham Community church, an- funds from the sales of real with Mr. and Mrs. Marl.in Squires biscuits, buttered green beans, nounces his sermon topic, "The t"state at. the regular rnect.ing. in charge of the kitchen. The bread and bultcr, jollo dessert Great.est Word Ever Spoken.'" l:o be held on the first dily o[ public is im·iLcd for an enjoyable with whipped cream lopping and for the 11:00 o'clock Sunday Apr]!, 1857, at the hour o[ 8:15 milk. p. 111. at the Lacamas School.. morning service. This notice is si1hn1il t.ed aR Send a Card! On Tuesday evening, April 2, Sharon Sharman, daughter of at. 8:00 p. m . .Miss Lucile Dahl, required by Chapter 216, Laws of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shannon, is covenant misionary ·to Alasha, 1853 of the Stale of Washingreported slightly improved fol- will be guest. speaker at a spe- ton. lowing an illness of two weeks. cial missionary rally. All are However she is suffering from welcome to attend all services BUY SELL" TRADE rheumatic feyer which will keep of the church. "ANYTHING" hPr confined t.o her hed for an'risito.rs othCJ" month, u long tedious busi·Mrs. .Toe Luclen; of Br<:mernes for an act.ive young girl. lfor fon and Mrs. N. H. Hanson of SAVING MART friends can help a lot. by send- Maple Valley spent the weekend 12603 Pacific Avenue ing cards and messages of cheer. with their sister, Mrs. John LaVisitors Pore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tegan11elli, former residents of this district, visited at the Ross Plumb home Sunday. Conveniel'!t to AU Reporter Mrs. Ted Otter• bLad, GRanitc 76.J:S. 25n

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A now As;;ociation for Mothers of Diabetic Children has been organized. PJ...ny interested persons can obtain information by calling Mrs. Carl Iverson, SK 2218. It is hoped that everyone in the area with a diabetic child will make an effort to contact this group. A helpful and eclucational program is being planned for the parents and beneficial recreation for the children.

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Headliner at Parkland Show Parkland Preschool and P-TA will present Stan Boreson in an hour-long show Friday, March 29, at 8:00 p. m. in the Parkland school auditorium. There will be songs, cartoon and of course NO-MO, Stan's Newt Willis Photo by McKewen Vaughan, Bill Voligny and Spence Nevan (retiring president), directors. Installation ceremonies will be held late in June, the new officers to take over the first of July. The Parkland ,Junior Chamber of Commerce has a fine program fo1· community service, with sp~­ cia.l emphasis on projects for young people.

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DAFFODIL TIME-Above, antcipating the excitement of the coming Daffodil Parade, is Nance Williamson, Bethel high school senior. Nance was chosen by the student body to represent Bethel on the Anned Services Float in the Daffodil parade. Nance will compete with four other girls, one each from Stadium, Franklin Pierce, Clover Park nnd Lincoln, for the title of "Queen of the noat."

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Elbe Stan Boreson . lovable basset hound. Chairmen for the event are Mrs. l\~n;·~ Goodman, Mrs. Gwen Cour1.ng 1 · and Mrs. Marion Dove. Sure to be popular is the snack bar serving hot· dogs, CHndyi pie and coffee a[tcr the show, with Mrs; Dorothy Houk and Mrs. B(llle Miller in . charge, . Tickets may be had from lhc chairman, Mrs. Jackie Loyer, or at the door.

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Dinn.er, Bazaar Set Saturday The doors of the WaJicr Road Community hall, 6·1th and Vvallcr J"Oad, will be open at 5:30 Saturday evening, March .10, to welcome young and old alike to the Waller Road P-TA bazaar and spaghetti dinner. The families of the community and friends arc urged to attend and help make this event a succesful venture for the P-TA. Many pleasant gnmes and other activities arc planned for the entertainment of all. Who will be the Mystery Geust '! Be present to find out! Orthopedic. Th<> Marie Hazen Orthopedic Guild will mecL at 10::;0 a. m. Monday, April 1, at the home of Mrs. George May, Mrs. Gilbert Carlson assisting in entertaining. Following the noon luncheon the group will discuss tentative plans for the annua I strawberry festival, to be held in June. Home Again Mrs. Gilbert. Carlson is at home again after a week spent in Yaki ma al.tending the State 1-H Leaders Training Conference. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, GRainte 5210. 0

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Elbe people were shocked at news of the death of Omar S. Ferris who passed away suddenly with a heart attack last week. IVir. and Mrs. Ferris n1ad c many friends in our comrnu.nity \Vhilc they manag'.·~d the Riverside carnp grounds across the l.Jisquallv bridge from Elbe. We n.ll exl<ll;d our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Ferris and the two sons, George and John. Mr. and Mt·s. Ferris have. been living in Tacon1a for .. son1e til:ne sjnCe selling out at Elbe and Mr. Ferris hns wo.rked for· Boeing at Renton. School Closed . Columbia Crest graclc school >;c:i.s do§ed the .P>ist week bc.c.~1~:.sc· Of·:,-·"fuHn~i.--cH.s~~·. 0( fin B.nd othe1~ ·slckn.css . an1ong the pupils. Theta Rho The. Theta R,ho Girls of Southern Pierce county, wiLh their guests, had an all-day and evening meeting at the Elb<> I. 0. 0. F. hall Saturday, March 16. Reporter Pearl E. Engel, Elbe. 0

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The Elmer G. Carlson OrthoGrateful pedic Guild will meet with Ml"S. The Central Avenue P-TA and Ray Warren at her home, 109 Preschool groups, also Mrs. FreeSouth 60th, Tacoma, for a 12:30 stone, chairman for the recent carnival, wish to thank all those who worked so hard to make A Contented Man the event a big success, as well Is Mr. Reed as those who donated so generously. · Memorial Services Memorial services were held Sunday afternoon at the Parkside church for Alfred B. Coon of 5601 East 106th, just off Canyon, who was killed Tuesday, March 19, in the Columbia Pow<lor Co. explosion. Mr. Coon was born in Tacoma and is survived by his wife; five children; his

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The TIMES - JQURNAL cussion of the smoker to be held Thursday, April 11. There will be door prizes. Twelve or more bouts will be held for boys from the school, also a fag wrest]!ng match from Bdhcl high school. The time ls 7:00 P: m. The date for the Mother's Day Tea has been set for Tuesday, May 7, at 1:00. p. m. with the 8th grade mothers and teacher in charge. Newly elected officers fornext year's P-TA arc: President, Mrs." Walt Nordherg; 1st vice president, Mrs. Ed Betts; 2nd vice president Mr. Bruce Gros.ve1:er; secretary, Mrs. Andrew Framch; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Lindo. As pmgram chairman, I wish to thank Ralph· Dimond, the teacher and chairman of this month's program and his helpers for a delightful evening's entertainment-Mrs. William Dalby. Thanks to all those who help-

ed the basketball boys win their trophies for the district, especial, ly Earl Platt, principal of Bethel Hi and his helpers, Robert Fh~chom and Ed Niehl. It gave the boys great happiness. Church News A special evangelistic service wil be held at the Clover Creek Baptist church Thursday, March 28, the speaker to be Gaben Hamilton who held services here two years ago. Mr. Hamilton was born in Scotland. . Memorial services were held in the church Saturday, March 23, at 2:00 p. m. for James Capps who lost his life in the explosion at Frederickson last week.

The grade school people had the Air Force is home for 10 his Jet Mechanic training at a weiner roast Friday evening, days visiting his folks, Mr. and Amarillo, Texas. March 22, at the home of Mrs, Mrs. Byri Gustin. Larry took Reporter-Dalby. Omar Roland. Sick List Your We are all sorry to hear that .Health Mrs. Pius Bergie is ill after a RURAL In Our fall in her home last week. Hands GARBAGE Home on Leave with Airman 3/c Larry Gustin of

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parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Coon; four brothers, three sisters and his grandmother, Mrs. Addie Hansen. He was a veteran of World War II. T4e sympathy of the whole community is extended to the bereaved family. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Shulene (Peggy) from Bellingham were weekend guests of Peggy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ralph of Mt. Tacoma Drive. Sympathy Deep sympathy to the William Dowie family on the sudden death of Mrs. Dewie's sister's husband, Robert Young, 73, of Seattle, who dropped dead the street of a heart attack. Fire Permits Now is the. season when we must get a fire permit for burning. Fire permits may be obtained from Fire Chief Ash Butler, GR 8209, or Harry Lee of Sloat road, 5-7100. Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, GRRaniitc 8391.

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WANTED--'-- Girl with·bookkeepc in~ and typing ability for. local ~J office; please state expcr1~nce; · .. . '1! P. 0 .. Box 2072. 5c29 GRAVEL· - All sizes; top soil; 1/2----- ----..,.----,--,----leveling; weekend deliveries; Iii & GR 7291. 3ctf HA 7628

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BRICK WORK House level-:.• FOUND - Novelty wooden buting an~ foundations, retaining'.~' ton _fro11: woman's coat~ d_ropPRUN.ING, SP~AYING; lawn mo\v1ng service; reasonable walls, sidewalk and patios, fire-: . ped m Times-Journ.a.l off.ice las.t ·~ week. Owner please come in rates; Parkland area; HU 1605. place and stone work ' GR 4291 3ctf ' and identify. · 6p29 3ctf LOST SATURDAY - ~10.50 in Homes In Parkland Commun. FOR RENT --' Furnished 2-bedRICK & BLOCK WORK Brownie cookie money in red ities· Acreage close in, either room duplex, 11804 South L St., HILL TOP plastic coin purse; finder please with' or without buildings. $70; GR 3365. 10c29 'ireplaces a specialty; GR 742icall GR 5243. 6p29 3ct' CO. Bert Brown Realty FOR RENT ---, 2-bedroom house $55 month, utilities pl'!id; 10606 Buy 8 11220 Pacific Ave. WELDING - All kinds general Puyallup 5-2198 fQr Deliv10p29 So. Andovet·; GR 7448.. Office-Days: GR 869li work. . trailers and trailer ery !!r will l!!ad your truck. hitches built to order; JOE'S Kl 3315 · 0 CASH for livestock of all kinds. i:::ver;ings-VU 9221, Pit at e11d of 23rd Ave. WELDING, Mt. Highway, mile ·. . • epaar erv1ce Also wa11ted live cattle for mink S.E. Puyallup. towards the Mountain from feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACK- FOR SALE - 2-be~room hou~e'. i IN; MA 3565. 8ctf attached garage; l;2 acre; $79::>~0, WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Roy "Y", open evenings. GR Screened Rd. Gravel GR 5672. 9c,,1 Largest st(}ck in town. Repair. 3ctf 6534. Crushed Rock - Top HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Soil - Drain Gravel · smd ter pole and log timber. Jennii;. L. Gl'odvig '3EPTIC TANK'S & WATER Servic~. 3727 So. G. IH 9409. LINES INSTALLED. Rile:; 6 Days a Week llctf _c_al_l_ ev_en_i_ng_s_,G_R_59_7_2._ _ sc-'-tf Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or GR 3204. . . 3ctf COMPLETE STAN'S S~ER. 'so:r:L SERV_~e . Real 9 Insurance of All ~inds · Automotive Repair~ Notary Public EITJ:'OHEN CABLN"ETS, corner ICE: Toll smI, S<!Ild:Y loam, peatt~ FOR SALE BY OWNER . T Big Selection ()f Est. in .Parkland Si.nee 1941 shelve.<t, buok cases; birch, fir fertili?;er; BI 2305 or GR 8~~~f~ci 5 -;J.Cl'<;! tr;J.cts with buildin;~ Parts & Accessoriel!! or .knotty pir1e; built to your ,; . phone, (}Raham 7 ~7333. 9df GR 8609 Office speciJfica1fons;· get- 1J1e bes·t fm , . . . ----.-.- - - - ·' · · · · .· . 802, Gl;lrfiel~ St., :par~and less~my, prices are the lowest CANYO~ R;OAD GRAVEL. & WHY RENT? "Deal with the people who give . HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, SUPPL\.'; pick-ups and trailers $125,_00 DOWN. and $25.00 per you their personal attention." loaded or Fe haul; GR 7586. .month. Move m today. Needs GR 5514. . ~ctf 3ctf ~o. m. e .fixing, 'but l.iva..b~e. Look le!!:':ll'llN ---------it <;:>ver, 9022 So.. Yakima and 111'1\lil!'i. ·ll\,~ !!.. m call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. 8234 PACIFIC AVE. 10222 SO. ALASKA '57 FORDS -& CHEV·R()LETS; RENT OP, SELL. 2 bedrooms, 40 ACRES, 3-room cabin, large wholesale prices. SMALLEY kitchen, smaU living room and MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., stock barn, good 60 foot well. 10816 PQrtland Ave. GR 5395 bath. Lot 70xl50. Can be rented GR 4060 anytime, evenings, $1,000 down, or will conLICENSED NURSES ON with option to buy. Call Charlie "lundays. 12ctf sider trade on small acreage. Pumping :. Credit - Cleaning DUTY 24-HOURS A DAV, Fulwiler, J;II !J579'. 1h ACRE, 2 bedroom home, SOUTH THOMPSON New &. Used Machinery large living-dining room, elDON'T encourage dishonesty; $150.00 DOWN and closing costs ectric heat, patio, garage, RAINIER TRACTOR locks. keyed, combinations to G.I. 4 bedroom, plastered lots of flowers, shrubs and home with living and dini11g River Rd. PUYALLUP 5·2105 changed; Parkland Cycle & fruit trees. 1 block to Riverroom, conerete foundation, large Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanite . 3ctf side School. · · 5772. 3ctf garage, 2 lots. A-1 district. Call -·-- - --------"'OWER MOWERS sharpened Ralph Decker, HI 9579. 20 ACRES of black loam, fencand serviced; pick-up a.nd de: ed and cleared, grade "A" HILL Re~l+y 1ivery; Baldwin & Son, 947 barn and milk house, chickDeluxe Club Coupe Tacoma Ave .. MA 3431. 3ct!. 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 en house 48x30. 10 year old SHOP Member of Tacoma Real Estate R & H • Overdrive house, living room with fireELECTRICAL CONTRACTING COMPLETE Board place, separate dining room, Mile B Service, Airport & VickBEAUTY SERVICE den, hardwood floors, full ery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf WILL SWAP an acre of ground basement, furnace heat. This· 82<!7\.'?. Parle Ave. !:Ii $171'. on Collins Road for small dozer is one of the better farms. or small trailer house. James R. SMITH CABINET SHOP·-He· Loring, GR 8692. 9c29 WE have a 100 acre farm in modeling, kitchen cabinets; we BABY SHOP this district, too, at a reasonsell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span. E1Ferything For Bal~"' able price. List your real Evergreen McMENAMIN'S away: GR 7949. 3ctf Including estate with us if you want to DAIRY FARM •l\f_t; l:lUlLD HOMES-Remc)(\e1 sell. Juvenile Furnitur.. GRADE A level buildings; ca:binet work. 9618 Pac. Ave. GR 4664 52 FORD CLUB COUPE FOR details on above ads, call concrete work. Reasona:ble 120 ACRES of gooq bottom land; $795.00 50 acres cleared; good 7-roo:tµ Mrs. Hughes, The Farm Gal, FOUNDATIONS-New additions; __GR 3550. MA 0706. Seti basement home; .creek, irrigaor Mr. Vout, HI 0503. Eve138th & Pac. GR 47721 free estimates, financing; work tion system; 300-gallon milk nings, GR 4328. guarantGed; GR 2002. 3ctf tank; 2 barns, 20 stanchions. 19 13 Must sell, doctor's orders. A CLEAN~NG SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. bargain at $22,500. Will trade tracting and appHances: free 8234 PACIFIC AVE. Prompt Servic® for a home. Call Barney McFadFOR SALE Young breeding engineering service for electric den, Graham 7-7337, or Mick, ram. Good blood lines. 53b9 heat; GR.7064 3ctf FOR RENT - 1 bedroom furn- East 104th. MA 6355, HI 8408. 13c29 ished dupli?x apt., $67.50 plus ALDER _:::'._~ 3930 HA 7038 I elec., laundry facilities. 12605 tt WELL DRILUNG 55 ACRES 14 9c29 TREE PRUNING and shrubbeTY APPROX. 10 ACRES cleared, bal- Pacific Ave., Parkland. trirpining·; ex.pert 'vork; GR Berkeley Plll!mpl!l ance in pasture, good second RESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants 5751. 3~ growth timber; ·modern 3-bedIll JETS 10 baby sitting and house cleaning; room home; barn and outbuild@ SUBMERSIBLES call GR 4866 after 3:30 p.m. ings; hiz4way frontage. For @ CEl\ITRI FU GALS 14ctf FOR RENT -Furnished apart• more information, call Barney ill TURBINES McFadden, Grab nm 7-7337, or ment; references required;_ 126 BABY SITTING wanted after Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. East Violet Meadow, GR 0::>69. 2·30 pm GR 3117. 14c29 WELL DRJLUNG Call GR 7281 10ctf · · · LAWREN CE LAKE 2 CABINS Tacoma Pt-l!mp & JACUZZI PUMPS Two bedreom CHILD CARE; excellent facilities 50-FOOT frontage on lake; nice FOR RENT apartment, partly furnished. Lo- for children; days; GR 4865. Sales & Service fomished cabins, one 2-bed\'Ven Drming Cc. 14c29 cated in Parkland, near school, room, the other 1-bedroom; 300 Service on All Pumps Rt. 7, Box 316 Taco me stores, and bus line. Will be feet from public entrance to THREE TEENAGE GIRLS wish Terms Trades lake. A BARGAIN. Call Barney vacant lst part of April. $50 baby sitting evenings, weekhtt. 1, Box 475, Spa11away, Wn. month. Phone GR 0114. 10nc29 McFaddl')n, Graham 7-7337. or ends; HA 8345. 14c29 TRAILERS compl~te or framed Phone GRanite 4748 Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. to your sp_ecificati_ons; can1ping, FOR REN'.!'. 4-room house, OWEN TAYLOR, Service Man horse or boat trailers; General mostly furnished; fenced back LA 8043 MeMENAMIN"S Fix-it Shop; Mohawk Trailer Co. yard; fruit trees; MA 3751. On Page 7 · 10c29 GR 3196. 3c30

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CORNELL PLUMBING & HEATING GRanite 7293 AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; upc holstery & c.onvertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. Ta.coma Ave., MA 2200. 3ctf --------

ROTOVATING & TRACTOR WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Chesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. 3ctf GENERAL CONTRACTING-Froe estimates: home repairs, painting inside and out, plumbing, fencing, block work; patios, fireplaces; no job too small, reasonable rates. Phone Peter War~ chor, or inquire 11509 South Sheridan. 3c32 RAY GOGAN Landscape Construction. Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

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WILL TRADE - Dry wood for COPE BROS., buyers of all Cuthbert raspberry and Mar- kinds of poultry; 102 Sputh shall strawberry plants; wm 72nd St., HA 4406. 15cllf call and dig; call GR 5761 after Standard twin 5:00. 15c29 FOR SALE garden ti·actor with 2 forward CAN'T PAY for ELECTROLUX; speeds and · reverse; including you can take over ha.lance of plow, disc and grader; $150.00. only $29 at $5 each month; GR 7848. 15c29 shines like a bald head. Get free FOR SALE - Year old chicken home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market fertilizer, little peat; you haul; St., FU 2551. 15c29 9912 Be.mes Lane, GR 6383. .15c29 TACOMA UPHOLSTERY - FOR SALE - 2· wood-gas brood· Special on reupholstering da v. ers, 1000 chick size; 2 auto~ enport, chair, as low as $129. matic waterers; '1Ilake offer; W. Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. D. Bromell, Rf. l, Box 198, Roy. Fi:ee estimates; HA 6955, GR 15c30 0327. 15ctf --------''---FOR SALE - Hay, while it lasts. thick butt roofing, rock wool. GR 80l!'l. 15c32 LOCAL BALED HAY Mr. Stella, Jii,t. 3, Box 591, Puyallup (Woodland Road). 15c29

GIRL joined WAAC's and let this SINGER ELECTRIC PORTABLE i;o back with only $28 due; take over at $5 each mo11th and get free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c29 FOR SALE -14'x70" wide beam lioats $275 unpainted; work guar[lnteed; Bantam _Boat Co., 84th & Waller ):td. 15ctf FIREPLACE & STOVE WOOD $11 p\lr corc:I.; U-haul; J. F. Spohn, Rt. 1, Box 181, Graham. 15p29

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NOTICE WHY PAY MORE? Brand new li!lht weight electric portable sewing machine, round bobbin, sews forward anrl 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 meiltion. SOUTH TACOMA SEWING MACHINE CO. 5440% So. Tacoma Way SPECIAL 8x10 photos $2.00 each. Billfo!P,s $4,50 dozen. Family Portrait Studio, 8411 South Park. 15ctf TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET classes. All ages. M i 1 d r e d Keller, GR 7881. 15etf

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FAS.T PHOT() SERVICE Phone Puyallup.. 5·2452. Seti. at lQ:QO out at 5:00. QUALITYi!·-:-..,.--..,.---,----,-,---.-----.-PHOT() SERVICE, 9818 Pa-,,9 cific Ave., G~ 7271., 3ctfj1_ _ _ _._rr~------

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POSTAGE STAMP FARM - 2 ACRES EXTRA NICE home of 2 bedrooms, .with plenty 9f kitchen space. 20x30 chicken house, 2 sheds 12x20. Strawberries sold from the· door. Summit area. $11,000 to FHA or G.I. buyer. Call Mr. Cheetham, GR 8691 days, HU 1204 eves.

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BARGAIN - PRICED PACIFIC AVE. FRONTAGE 140 FT, ON PACIFIC AVE. by SO ft. deep with a 25x25 bldg. 162nd and Pacific. $7500 cash. Mr. UnderVi-uod, GR 8691 days, HA 9127 eves.

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Po\Ver JIJ?wers A Specialty 5EPTIC TANKS CLEANED- I Free jlicl<"up 8' Pelivery Contents hauled away. Don' PARKLAND ~edford, 8232 So. Fawcett, ~ ~ CYCLE. · KEY ~~: If no answer call Scit. 11009 P11-:ific Ave. GR 5772

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Interesting Spea er "Will Israel be Exterminated · · by the Arabs .and Russia?" will. be the subject of the sermon by• Rev. Gavin Hamilton tonight

(March 28) at 7:30 in the Clover Creek Baptist church. Mr. Hamilton is a world-wide trnvcler, evangelist confcrcmce speaker ' · and student of Bible prophecy.' He has a very unique· ministry of holding Bible conferences for

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Mr. and Mrs. George R. Nixon, 2318 East 104th Street were pleasantly surprised Sunday, March 10, when their daughter, Mrs. Dwaine Baccus, and daughters-in-law, Mrs. Robert Nixon and. Mrs. Richard Nixon, entertained at an open house in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary. The beautiful table was centered with a wedding cake made by Mrs. Nixon's sister-inlaw, Mrs. Myron E. Hall of Yelm. Fifty guests signed the guest book. The honored guests received many lovely gifts. Present were five generations -great, great grandmother, Mrs. Emily Wyrzykowski of Tacoma, 90 years old; great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Nixon of Roy; the grandparents, the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Nixon; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Nixon, and children, Pamela, Rodney, Peggy and Robin Kay Nixon; Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Nixon and sons, Richard Jr., Stephen, and Danny Nixon; and Mr. and Mrs. Dwninc C. Baccus (Janet Nixon) and

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100-Ft. Roils

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Chocolate Marshmallow Marble • • • for . a special treat, serve for dessert.

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Tacoma, 'Wash.

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ago with this speaker. Services next Sunday morning includ0 the 9:45 Sunday school h' h h \V ic ns c 1asses for_ a 11 ages . and the ll:OO a.m. worship scrvice. Pastor Vance F. Babcock will be bringing another message in the series of studies from John's <Gospel, chapter four. The evening se1:-..rices include the 6:30 ··~{cung People s meeting and the 7:30 IJ.n1. church service. The Clover Creek Baptist Church is located on Military road, three miles east of Pacific Ave. at 159th, and opposite the Clover Creek school. Everyone is welcome to these services.

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Open 7 Days A Week from 9:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Walgreen Agency 0 Pay Light & Water Bills Here 84th & Paci.fie Ave., HA 6445

misionaries all over th~ world. Just recently, Rev. Hamilton returned from a tour of Central and South America, and vnll be · · · · s h owmg movws o f t h csc v1s1ts as ·well. The many friends of the Clover Creek Baptist Church will remembor ·with pleasure the \veek_. of meetings held two years

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COME IN NOW and register for 25 FREE C<tckere!s and get the dctaifa on th.is amazing offer.

(\V·e 1·esetYc the right to di::,con.t.inue t"his offer at any tin'le)

Waller Road Feed &Farm Supply Fee1l-Seed-Ha.r-Grain--~Pm1H.ry.

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Bed~Hng

Dairy, Garden Supplies Plan b; GRanits M:152


BABY FURNITURE, new and PIANO LESSONS -

Classical FOR SALE - Complete bedroom a\ld modern. Reasonable rate. suite, including mattress and Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf springs; also 4x7 table, inguire ·-- ____:_________ .--· .--- :rns Garfield. 15c29 il09 Market St., BR 9505; FOR SALE - Wh_1te Kmg and 15ctf Silver King pigeons,~reason~b!e; FOR SALE _Practically new 12 •'AH.l<LAND l"IJRNI'I"unJ:': John Marcoe, GR 63wl. l::>c29 foot cedar boat with trailer; New and used miscellaneou> very cheap; GR 5505. 15c29 FOR SALE ~ Frigidaire dehufl.1rport & Pacific Ave .Res, midifier, used one winter; make dence Phone GR 3748 15ct1 offer. .Nutria applique all wool FREE RASPBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE - Used heaters a1 hall runner by Ale:rnnder You dig. Phone HI 8327, 4059 Pacific Ave. 15p29 Parkland Fuel Oil Service; Smith; 20 feet long; HU 0411. 15029 GR 8684; 120lli & Pacific Ave

used, for sale or rent; SMALL F'.I-l.Y EXCHANGE

30 Day Free TrmJ 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Fama.us Red-Line Foundation

Parlcway Furniture 141st &. Pac. Ave.

GR 3941

15ctt FOR SALE ...,- Eiectric brooder,

Open Till 9:00 p.m. SPE'CIAL ORDERS CAKESPhone GR 3330, Patty Ann Bakery

15ctf

·FOR SALE - Siegler heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Se!>'ice, GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. ·

15ctf

250-300 chick size; guaranteed in good shape; Dennis poogan, Rt. 1, Box 121, Eatonville. 15p29

------· _f?ALE - Schu_mann Cabinet -~~---~-~-

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Wheel Balancing Motor Ttine-Ups Headlight Adjusting Airport ~ocket. Service

Home Wiring Remodel, Dryers, Electric Heat, Emergency Service Call WEB~

ELECTRIC

Days GR 7463 • Eve. GR 4437

Airport Rd. Next to IGA · Shopping Center

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Grand Pinno in good congition; oak finish; in:dudlng bench, $100.00: . GR 5612. 15c29 FQR SALE-Rabbit hutches, well constructed; 'W.hite King nnd Silver King pigeons; reasonable; John Mareoe, GR 6331. 15c30

LEAVE FILM. at Quality f'.l1oto

Service for developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. l5ctJ

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Phone GR 8688

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made at RAU MFG. CO.

Con)plete Stock of -RENTAL TOOLS

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the very lowest prices at which they can be· sold!

PER POUND CRISP \VINESAP APPLES

;yo:urself .!. ",'

We"re 'noaded with values! And y.ou can b~ ~llllre the bargesins are bigger and b~tter in every depC!!rfi'ment at Big Bear. \Ve offer 011ly ·th~ finest qu(fdlity items for.

Asparagus. A special value!

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Tender and flavorful, krng, ail green stS!Jks of the· f i n e s t quality

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SPONSORED P.V

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It's .a mighty small river if the government doesn't think it's worth a <lam . .

' SANDERSC - 1mGERS - POLISHERS - HAND SANDERS HOUSE JACKS - SKIL SAWS - ELECTRIC DRILLS - STAPLE GUNS - CEMENT MIXERS - ETC.

Rupe Machine Works &Garage COMPtETE

Weekly Garbage Ciollection•

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13411 Pac. Ave., P.O. Box'2445 Parkland 44, Wash. GR 7450

REFUS.E COs

Luncheon Plal'lned

Our Lady Queen of Heaven Altar Society is holding the Western Deanery lunchoon at the parish hall Wcdne,rlay, P.pcii1 3, at 12:30 p. m. All women of ~l~e riri.rirh nre invited. M:fs. Harry Harrigan, cha.irman, is assisted by Mrs. l\fargaret Fezlcr and Mrs. William Matha. Mrs. Joe Boy1e will be the hostess. Others assisting are • Horses - Equip. i 6 Mesdames Louis.Symmons, Michael Voller, Ray Perkins, Leo McFOR SALE - Saddle horses and Donald, Martin Gibbons, Robert saddles; 1182,1 Waller Road. GR Nelson, Harry Black, Chester 6735. 16ctf Cook and Llewellyn Boyle.

FROZEN Your choice of Mince or Pumpkin big pies!

For finer baking and cooking. A terrific value at Big Bear!

24·0'.Z. SIZE

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LAMB ROASTS ,Square spoulder cut~ of .. W ~sh­ in~ton grown, tender 'xnilk•f<ed

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Brand -

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TENDER CARROTS

W.ASHINGTON GROWN

A fresh new spring crop of tender and sweet Arizona carrots!

Cut-up, . pan-ready fryers; fresh, plump and deliciously tender!

FRESH . FRYERS

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NO. 1 CAN !FOR

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MIDLAND • • •

4-H Cloverbuds

Thursday, March 28, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

REAL SCHOOL SPIRIT

Complete Year Georgia Gemmell and her mother, Mrs. Frank Baskett, were hostesses to the last meeting of the Midland 4-H Cloverbuds on March 19. The . girls learned that their luncheon teams both received blue ribbon$ at the district Meal Prep· i.ration contest. They were Nadine Olsen and Georgia Gemmell and Janet Bombardier a n d P.onna Ayers. Nadine and Georgia were among the high scorers and will now be eligible to compete in the elimination · contest Where the highest luncheon and dinner or food for fun teams will be chosen to represent Pierce County at the state 4-H Fair in Yakima in September. The members also discussed what they are going to donate to the 4-H booth at the HarvardMidland P-TA carnival to be held bn Friday, April 5. The .4-H Cloverbuds also wish to thank Johnny and Pete Bussanich for letting them use the Midland Thriftway for their bake sale last Saturday. The girls are trying to earn part of their summer camp money. The 4-H'ers recently completed a four-lesson sewing course at the Singer Sewing Machine Center where they all made di.rdnl skirts. Mrs. Albert Bombardier and Mrs .Baskett served refreshments

Open Daily 9 A.M.

Till 11 P.M.

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LOY AL STUDIES-Jon Soine, Pacific Lutheran College junior from Bellingham, sinks into deep study at Kansas City after a NAIA basketball game. Seine, who with several other PLC students, attended the games, studied at night. Soine and roommate Dean Leibner, who both acted as clheer leaders during the tourney, slept in sleepi11g bags op the hotel room floor. The hotd allowed the boys to do it with no expense . . . · they also furnished the students towels and blankets at no cost. This is one of the examples of how Kansas City went all out for the friendly PLC followm·s. Photo by McKewen (direct from Kansas City).

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By George Purcell Like 01' Man River the 4-H new leaders of 4-H in Pierce dubs continue tu grow, Recent new leaders of 4-H in Pierce County are being led by Mrs. Harold Gross of Eatonville, Mrs. Mary Hendrickson of Key Center and Whitney Roberts of Alder· ton; Mrs. Mary Steele of Lacamas plans to start soon. They accepted their community's challenge, the challenge ·ta help develop better boys and girls 10 to 20 years of age. Why don't you accept the same challenge? There is no pay in _money for services rendered. There is pay though! As Mrs. George Richen of Ri versicle, who has led 4-H club for 20 years says .. The satisfaction of seeing the development and improvement of my 4-H boys and girls into responsible citizens, not just pro* * * ducers of better farms and homes By Ernest I. Hopp although this has too been .a · Rearing healthy, profitable source of great satisfaction and gratification to me." "There just pullets was discussed very thorisn't any crop more important oughly at the last meeting of than crops of boys and girls." the Peninsula poultrymen's as· "All kids .need the extra training sociation held at Purdy. L. C. in small groups an.cl 4-H is .the Boggs presented interesting inlogical answer to teach them to formation on the subject. Highwork and play together and learn lights of his discussion included importance of taking initiatiive isolation brooding to avoid leuand responsibility concerning kosis, confinement rearing, and their animals, poultry, gard._ns, restricted lighting for growing pullets. He pointed out that even trees, cooking, sewing, etc." In our travels over the coun- with improved . strains of birds try we county agents constantly it jg still important to isolate young chicks from adult birds. The older the chick before it is exposed to leukosis the less the frouble experienced during the laying year. Many poultrymen FARM FRESH have fine isolated brooding rearing houses. Ed Yanasak from OrtHOMOGENIZED AND ing; E. M. Antonson. Gig Harbor; Harold and Cole Foster, SumPASTEURIZED MILK ner; Leo Doty, South Prairie are AND CREAM a few, Others such as Sig Sivert· son, Edgewood; Bob Berg, PuyalICE CREAM lup; Chas. Pasquier, Sumner; and Les Schaffner, Summit, have Phone HA fine brooding-rearing houses that are not isolated by much dist-

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In the Superior Court of State of Washington for County of Pierce, No. 61782 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In. The Matter of The Estate Of ROY M. KREGER Deceased. 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 place any persons Jn terested in said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 13th day of March, 1957. . ROBERT DYKEMAN Clerk of said Court. 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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John Fromm, PLC's NAIA javelin champion, is expected· to continue this season where he left off last year for the Lutes' cinder squad. Fromm, one of the Gladiators' top rushing football players, set a new record at the Washington State College illvitational indoor track meet last week with a heave of 217 feet 9 and threequarter inches.. His new mark was the only record broken at the meet. WSC took team honors with 83 points followed by Oregon, TAVERN Whitman, Eastern Washington, Moon 2443-P. Murphy PLC, Whitworth and Idaho.

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State of Washington, County of Pierce. No. 62902 NOTICE ..'.lF SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the Matter of the Estate of MARY S. STEELE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LOIS SMITH, in her capacity as administratrix of the above estate, 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, ill Block 11, Town .of Eatonville, Pierce County, Washington. to the highest and best bidder, for ca.sh. Bids must l,>e submitted in writing and may be left with the administratrix, care of her attorneys, PETERS & TRACY, at 11222 Pacific Avenue, Ta.coma 44, W a.shington. 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 ma.de .on or after April 15, 1957. The administratrix reserved the right to reject any allil all bids, and no bids .will l:>e considered for less . than $2,0()(,i.OO. LOIS SMITH, Administratrix R. L. PETERS For Peters & Tracy Attorneys for Administratrix 11222 Pacific· Avenue Tacoma 44, Washington Published in the Times-Journal March 14, 21, 28, 1957.

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