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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1057

Belle King Guild Mrs. Robert Berg, new prcsidunt of the Belle King Guild of 'Washington Association for Retarded Children, wili open the nieding Thursday evening, April •1, at the home of Mrs. Larry Kelly. Olher officers arc: Mrs. Lloyd Larson, vice president; Mrs. Thomas Ballew, secretary; Mrs. Thane Devereaux, treasurer; Mrs. Richnrd Clemons, trustee. Chairmen are: Mrs. IJoyd Larson, program; 1v1rs. Charles Swanson Jr., historian; Mrs. Vern Vance, publicity; Mrs. W .E. Allchin, sponsor.

Cub Scout Pack 16 The regular monthly ·meeting of Cub Scout Pack No. 76, v;i;ilf_]l,!l. held Friday evening, April 5, at 8:00 in the Central Avenue school cafeteria. Remember, parents-each boy must have at least one parent present at each Pack meeting. A wards will be given out and other business discussed.

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Orthopedic Style Show Revue Friday On Friday, April 5 at 8:00 p.m. the Dr. Lee A. Rademaker Orthopedic Guild will sponsor a style show and ,.,dance revue at the Spanaway school new gym. Styles for grown-ups and kiddies will be shown and there will be full evening of entertainment with refreshments and special awards. Eiddie models will be Debbie Timm, Peggy Ann Hartung, Mary Loi.i Betts, Erik. and Curt Iverson, Karen O'Neill. Twila and Marty Dorfner, Mark Akers, Kay Schwand, Penny Overraa and Bill, Jimmy and Shelley-K-ay Thomas. James Nylander has ~hosen "Frolics of '57" as his theme for the numerous dances, skits and pantomimes in which he will present some two score of his pupils. His mother, Mrs. F. A. Nylander will be the accompanist. All proceeds will go to the Mary Bridge Children's hospital, Tacoma. Newly elected officers of the Guild are: Mrs. Ted O'Neill, president; Mrs. Ed O'Neill, vice president; Mrs. William Iverson, secretary; Mrs. Ed Betts, treasurer. Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month; anyone interested may call Mrs. Harry Thomas, GR 7667, for info1·mation.

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How an understanding of God heals discords will be th.e topic of a Christian Science lecture to be given Thursday, April 4; by Frank T. Hord of Washington, D.C. it was announced today by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Puyallup. A former army chaplain, Mr. Hord will speak in the junior high school, 515 3rd St. S.E, nt 8:0() o'clock. The lecture is open to the public without charge. Mr. Herd's subject will be: "Christian Science, God's Law of Safety and Security." Mr. Hord served 46 months in the United States and in the European theater of operation during World War II as a Chrfat" ian Science chaplain. He was with combat troops throughout the war, and served i!). the Antwerp area during the five months' buzz-bomb siege of that important supply base on the Belgian coast. Prior to entering the public practice of Christian Science healing, Mr. Hord was active in· sales engineering, and as founder and head of a travel agency. He is currently on extended tour as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureshjp.

Gina Bachauer, world renowned pianist, will appear in cnocert at Pacific Lutheran College Tuesday evening, April 9, at 8:30. This will be the final number on the Student Artist Series this year. Mme. Bachauer has appeared all over America since her debut in 1950. Her first year here after being a concert idol in Europe she had 45 engageemnts including six New York City appearances h1 Parkland Auxmary th;·ee months. The Auxili~ry of the Parklarld Tickets for next Tuesday's performance are on sale at the Bon Volunteer Fire Department wlll meet Wednesday, April 10, irt Marche and at the college. 8:00 o'clock in the fire hall. The following officers have be~n elected for the coming year: Card of Thanks President, Lois HM<m; vice Our sincere thanks to the president, Millie Kirk; secretary, Parkland Volunteer Fire Depart- Laura Ellingson; treasurer, ment members who arrived at Frances Curtis. our home within three minutes A film will be shown after the Wcdnesdny night, March 27, with meeting. Hostesses for the socan oxygen tank to save the life ial hour are Rachel Brewer and of our husband and father, Eleanor Smith. Everett Wadsworth. Mrs. Wadsworth and family 614 South Lafayette

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FIRST AWARD - J.phn Barner, winner of the fit-st scholarship award of the Parkland JC Auxiliary, is pictured above receiving the certificate from Mrs. Roge1· McDonald, chairman of the cammittcc .which raised the money. Pictured, left to right, are: Mrs. Bruce Barner, mother of John; John Barner; Mrs. Walt. Wiklund, JC Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Roger McDonald. •"· .. , . Photo by McKewen

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donated time and money to reclecora le, the building has been wired for electricity and fix· tures have been installed, a heater has be2n donated and a nc1,v cemc-:nt block foun,dation haq r1::plar:cd the Totted. ·'\vood1:;n on\:?'. 1'herc~ \Vill bG npr:>cidl Easter morning services 'ivith the Rev. John Christensen of Tacoma ,]e1ivering the Easter r~Iessage. Track Meet Eatonville, Bethel and Peninsula high schools participated in a track meet at Bethel March 28. That .evening Eatonville and Morton played basebull at Eatonville high school, Morton winning 12-9. Sewing Circle Fourteen ladies enjoyed a busy day and delightful potluck lunch at the Community Sewing Circle of Mineral, Pleasunt Valley and Elbe, meeting at the home of Lillian Fisk March 26. The ladies tied two large comforters. Thll next rl•gular meeting will be April 9 at the home of Mrs. Doris Robertson in Pleasant Valley. 'l'o Eatonville Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeLong, neighbors here for many years, moved to Eatonville the past week. Mr. DeLong was manager of the camp grounds and gas station at Riverside Park for a lung time; later operated the Elbe Garage for many months. Last year he sold his home and moved to the Rainier Forest Camp and worked for the Fire Association. The couple will be missed here. Trips, Visits Mrs. Gertrude Kruger and her mother, Mrs. Lutkens, journeyed to Chehalis last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford and family of Seattle were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Nyman and Mrs. Lutkens. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fish are down from Ketchikan, Alaska, for a visit. Inspector Pleased Inspector A. C. Gepse, making his official visit to the Elbe post office Ma.rch 26, expressed himself as well pleased with the condition of the office and the good work of Postmaster June Kast.

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KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attornev 217 Garfield St. Tacoma 44, ·washington In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Pierce. No. 62194, NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT, AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In The Motter of the Estate of ELLEF B. ELLEFSON, (ulsu known as .1£llef Barton Ellefson, and E. B. Ellefson), Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Carl R. Ellefson, administrator of the estate of Ellef 13. Ellefson, decerrsed, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his Final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property io the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Carl R. Ellefson, administrator and that said report and petition will be heard on the 26th day of April, 1957, at 9:30 a.m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said Ccurt, at which time and place any person interested in said estate muy appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 29th day of March, 1957. ROBT. L. DYKEMAN Clerk of said Court. By J. W. LODGE, · Deputy. Kendall 0. Halvorsen Attorney for the Estate 217 Garfield Street • . . . . . . . P. 0. Box 2456 Parkland Branch ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Tacoma 44, Vfashington. Published in tnc Times-Journal Sealed bids will be rccei ved by the undersigned until 8:00 p. April 4, 11, 18, 1957. m. on the 23rd day of April, Stntc of Washington, De>part1957, for the general contract ment of Consen·ation And for construction of four school Develo11ment, Division of rooms and play shed Elementary ·water Resources. PERMIT TO APPROPRIA'l.'E School addiLion for Bethel School PUBLIC W A'l'ERS Ole THE District No. 403, Spanaway, S'l'A'l'E O:F .WASHINGTON Washington. Book No. 29 of Permits, on Bids will be received at the Page 10570 Under Application Office of the Superintendent of No. 13990. Schools, High School Building: A. .H. HOOKER of Tacoma, Muck Kapowsin Road, Spanaway, Washingfon is hereby granted a Washington. In· the event of permit to appropriate the fol: mailing, address bids to: Mr. lowing described public waters De\valle E. -Lamka, Superintend- of the State of Washington, subent of Schools, Bethel School j cct to existing rights and to the District No. 403, Route 1, Box following limitations and provi289-AB, Spanaway, Washington. sions: Permittce shall construct Contractors must submit a bid and maintain at his own expense a weir, or other suitable device, to include Architectural, Mechan- for measuring any \vater grantical and Electrical Trades under ed herein for irrigation purposes a general contract. and such appropriation shall be Plans, specifications and con- subject to a reasonable rotation tract documents may be obtained system if ordered by the State by bidders at the office of Harry Supervisor of Water Re.sources. E. Botesch, Architect, Associ- Diversion intake shall be tightly ate F. Edward Brown, 504 Com- screened at all tirnes with wire merce Building, Everett, Wash- having a mesh opening not greater than .125 (1/8) inch. ington.. Priority date of this permit is Each prime contract will be 26, 1956. allowed one set of drawings and July Source of the proposeq apspecifications upon deposit of propriation is Nisqually River $15.00. tributary of Puget Sound. Plan holders who do not enter The quantity of water approa bona-fide bid, and who do not priated shall be limited to the return unmarked and unmutil- amount which can be beneficialated plans and specifications at ly applied and not to exceed 0.60 least ten (10) days prior to hid cubic feet per second, or its opening, will forfeit their de- equivalent ia case of rotation, to posits. Additional sets. of draw- be used for the following purposes: Irrigation, as more definings and specifications may be itely set out below. secured at the eost of printing. The approximate point of diSuch sets remain the property of version is located at the souththe Architect and shall be re- west corner of Govt. Lot 4 and points below, sec. 21, T.17N., R. turned. Each bid shall he accompan- 2.E.W.M. being within Govt. Lots ied by a certified check, cash- 4 and 5, Sec. 21, Twp. 17 N., Rge. ier's check, or bid ,bond, made 2E. W.M., county of Pierce. The use, or uses, to which payable to Bethel School District water is to be applied: For IrriNo.403, in an amount not less gation: 120 acre-feet 0.60 cubic than 5% of the bid, plus all al- feet per second, from April 15 ternates. School Board Directors to October 1 each year, for irrireserve the right to waive any gation of 60 acres, described as informalities or irregularities in follows: South 43.8 acres lot 5 less any bid or in the bidding, and power right of way, Govt. Lot 4 n\ay reject any or all bids. No bidder may withdraw his less power right of way 27.85 bid after the hour set for the acres. SW Vt SE 14 northwesterly opening thereof or before award of Milwaukie right of way 18.5 acres all in sec. 21, T.17N., R.2E. of the contract unless said award W.M. is delayed for a period exceed- Description of Diversion W m·k ing thirty ( 30) days. Multiple gasoline pump diver· BETHEL SCHOOL sion along river. DISTRICT NO. 403, Construction work shall begin on or before April 1, 1958 and ROY C. NIXON shall thcreflfter be prosecuted Chairman of the with reasonable diligence and Board. Published in the Times-Journal completed on or befof"e April 1, 1959 and complete application of April 4, ll, 18, 1957. water to proposed uses shall be made on or before April 1, 1960. Given under my hand and seal of this office at Olympia, Washington, this 25th day of March, 1957. M. G. WALKER State Supervisor of Water Resources. Published in the Times-Journal April 4, 11, 1957.

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A community potluck dinner will be held at the next regular meeting of the Canyon Road Community club April 11 at 6:30 p. m. in the community hall, East 80th and Canyon road. The guest spenkcr will be Senator Reuben Knoblauch. It is hoped that everyone will turn out for an evening of fun and to meet neighbors and hear of the latest doings in Olympia. 4-H Club The Backwood 1-H club met, at the home of Buzzy· Delano, · President Thomas Austin presiding. It was announced that the Enumclaw Dairy Show will be held May.18. The tickets for Rally Day April 6 were sold 100% as each member took at least three. Michael Kershner, reporter. Auxiliary 'l'he ladies of the Canyon Road Auxiliary really enjoyed the CORNELL message of Miss Anzovino of Plumbing & Heating the Family and Child Service, GR 7293 guest speaker at the last meet·· ing. Few were familiar with TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Special on reupholstering dav. this branch of the Community enport, chair, as low as $129. Chest. The hostesses were Joyce Davenos ·$49.00; Rocker, $29. Andrews, Mary Hanson, Hazel Free estimates; HA 6955, GR DeShazer and Mabel Munsey. The 03Z7. 15ctf special award was won by Mrs. CHICKEN FERTILIZER, pure Buness. alder base, rich in potash; fine, Thanks! dry, easy spreading; excellent Mrs. Alma Peake wishes to for lawns and gardens; by the thank everyone for the gra11d load, yard, sack; HUbbard o,;36. turn-out at the Blood Bank Drive l::>c34 last week With 17 offering POULTRY FERTILIZER - Mid- donations, 12 units of blood has gard Poultry Farm, Roy; mile been registered for the communeast of McKenna school; phone. ity. Thank you again! Yelm 3675. 15c30 Improved ·We are very glad to hear that Mrs. Naomi Dungay is back home after her seige with pneumonia in the hospital. Birthday Party 30 · Day Free Trial Sheila Sigafoos celebrated her 20 Year Guarantee ninth birthday Sunday by takGoodyear Air Foam ing her guests, Darlene NovotFamous Red-Llne Foundation ney, Sharon Folk, Jo Husbands, Darlene Scihcrt and her two Parkway Furniture brothers, Jay and Roger, to the 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 museum, after which they enOpen Till 9:00 p.m. joyed the birthday treat. Happy FOR SALE - Standard size Gib- birthday, Sheila! son electric range, 6 years old, Reporter - Mrs. John Folk, very .good condition; $60; GR 15p30 GRanite 5801. 4322.

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Spanaway p..TA To Install 10th Officers for the 1957-58 school term will be installed by the Spanaway P-TA Wednesday evening, April 10, at the school. Mrs, J. Arnold Sanders, first president of Spanaway P-TA, will be the installing officer. Leaders elected for the coming year are Mrs. Robert McKinnell, president; Mrs, R. L. Frerichs, 1st vice president; Mrs. Curtis Parsons, 2nd vice president; Mrs. R. E. Engebretson, secretary; Mrs. Frank Petoski, treasurer. Highlight of the evening's program will be the dance revue presented by Jim Nylander and his top dancing students. The dads will take over the kitchen with F1:ank Denton as chiefcook. si)'lnaway P-TA extends a cordial invitation to all newcomers ;in .1);,e 4_;qtrict. Ther,e .will be a well supervised nursery for small children. Style Show 'J'he Dr. Lee A. Rademaker Orthopedic Guild style show and da11ce revue will be held Friday evening, March 5, in the new gym of the Spanaway school. Details will be found elsewhere in this newSpaper. Legion American Legion Post 118 and tl;e Auxiliary · wili 'iii."eet"l!'dday, April 12, at 8:00 p. m. at the Legion hall at Spanaway. X-ray Unit Here 5th A unit of the Tacoma-Pierce County chest x-ray survey will be located at the Spanaway 5 & 10 Friday, April 5, 10:00 to 1 :DO and 2:00 to 6:00, Mrs. Luther McAninch, Spanaway p. TA president, has announced. Hostesses from the P-TA will serve as volun leers with the m1it.. Mrs. McAninch. pointed out that the visit of the unit to Spanaway will give people of ihe area a chance to get an x-ray. Multiple units leave Pierce (C<mtinued on Page 5)

Howard Bond, Governor of HIWAY FRONTAGE Area 1 Toastmasters Clubs, has SPANAWAY announced that a joint installa8 LOTS, 142 by 190 feet; beautition of officers will take place ful building spot. Call Barney for the first time.in any area, McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or at The New Yorker restaura11t Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. Saturday, April 6, at 7:00p.m. 10 ACRES WITH The clubs installing officers will be Evergreen, Cascade, Lake3-BEDROOM rambler; good size wood, and Early-Birds. living room, built-in kitchen, hardwood floors; barn, 2-car Chairman for the occasion will garage, some timber. This place be. F:" J. 'Jensen 'of the' Evergreen has good frontage on Canyon club. Invocation and benediction Road. $12,500. Call Barney Mc· will be given by Duke Weber, FOR SALE Siegler heaters FOR SALE-Rabbit hutches, well Fadden, Graham 7-7337, or constructed; White King and at Parkland Fuel Oil SerV!ice; past president of the Early-Birds Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. Silver King pigeons; reasonable; GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. club. Governor Howard. Bond will 15ctf be the installing officers. LAWREN CE LAKE John Marcoe, GR 6331, 15c30 TWO CABINS The retiring p1·esidents, F, J. 50-FOOT frontage on lake: nice TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET FOR SALE - 2 wood-gas brood- Jensen, Jack Griffin, Ed Ramsclasses. All ages. Mi !l d r e d ers, 1000 chick size; 2 autosandy beach; approximately all 15ctf matic waterers; make offer; W. dell, and Al Cailouettc, will each furnished; sheetrocked inside; 2 Ke·ller, GR 7881. D. Bromell, Rt. 1, Box 198, Roy. be given an opportunity to exboats, well, 300 feet from pub15c30 press appreciation for the support FOR TASTY MEALS lic en trance to lake. A bargain. they have received from their Call Barney McFadden, Graham Try SPECIA.L ORDERS CAKES- respective clubs during their 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann interim. 8408. Bakery. 15ctf The respomibilitics of t.I11e dubs will be turned over to the newly Estill'!.ates For • • • elected presidents: Ed Guilford, 8514 Pacific Ave. m 8408 Home Wiring Remodel, George Norsthom, Stan WilFOR SALE - Potatoes, lb. 2c; Dryers, Electric Heat, liams, and Tom Huff. deluxe vacuum cleaner $40.00; Emergency Service Call pressure cooker-canner $15.00; WEBB ELECTRIC 500-chick electric brooder $15; 8234 PACIFIC AVE. 500-chick coal brooder $15.00; Days GR 7463 • Eve. GR 4437 HANDYMAN'S PARADISE 6709 Waller Road; GR 3854. 15p30 LEAVE Fl'UM at Quality Photo DO YOU want the fun of fixULTRA MODERN two bedroom home. Frigidah:e, electric heat, Service for developing. In at ing up a place? We have two FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam 10, out .at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. built-in range, refrigerator, drapes furnished. Beautiful surhomes in the Golden Given boats $275 unpainted; work roundings. South end of Spanaway Lake on Loop .Road. 15ctil area, each on 'l'4 acre, priced guaranteed; Bantam_Boat Co., Ten minutes from McChord Base. :!»95.00. at $3,975, and $5,875. Call 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctJ FOR SALE - Two-room shack, wm furnish completely if desired. Libby Curlis, HI 0503 or iii to be moved from premises; GR 7498. Wheel Balancing cupboard, ,sink, electric range, m llside 8983 refrigerator, etc., all for $80. 8 Motor Tune-Ups GENTLEMAN'S FARM Roy-Ch1·isty road, 1 mile west 8, Headlight Adjusting LOVELY 20-year-old, 4-bedJohnson's Corner; phone G1·ahroom home. Large living Airport Rocket Service am 7-2184. 15c30 room with fireplace, oak Airport Rd. Next to IGA BABY FURNITURE~ new and floors, full basement, furnShopping Center used, for sale or rent; ace heat, panoramic view. On 80 acres, 30 acres in hay OIL FOR LESS if you live within SMALL FRY EXCHANGE meadow. Large hay and 2 miles of our plant. Why pay 1109 Market St., BR 9505. 15ctf stock barn, other buildings. more than 16c for Diesel Oil in Call Mrs. Hughes, HI 0503 200..gallon lots? LAPENSKI'S FOR SALE - Pentrn11 tape or GR 4328. HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 corder; excellent condition; 4 Pacific Ave. GR 8173. 15ctf reels of tape; $65; HU 1212. Btiying HORSE RANCH. 15c30 PIANO LESSONS Classical 40 ACRES near CloverCreek arid modern. Reasonable rate. PARKLAND FURNITUK.E School. Large barn and .corCall GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf New and used miscellaneous; rals, good well. This is a good buy for $7,900. $1,000 FOR SALE Two twin size Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. 15ctf down, balance on contract. mattresses. very good condi- dence Phone GR 3748. Call Mrs. Hughes, HI 0503 or tion; $10 each; GR 3566. 15c30 REGISTERED German Shorthair GR 4328. SPECIAL 8x10 photos $2.00 each. pointers, one year old; reason~illfolds $4.50 dozen, Family able; call Gniham 7-73~54 after e Motor Tune Up Portrait Studio, 8411 South 4:00 weekdays, Saturday, Sun8234 PACIFIC AVE. 15c30 Park. 15ctf day. <!!'! Moto1· Ovel'haul FOR SALE - Used heaters at SAWDUST Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR 8684; 120ti1 & Pa~ific Ave. «> Brake Se!f'Vice 8 SHAVINGS 15ctf 8 UPLAND SLAlB FOR REN'r - 2 l'oom fu1·nished ® 5t€!.r'!ie!" "' G.~ne1"'a.ft.l!; apar-bnent in P~rkland Centre Bldg.; $50 i11cludi11g utilities; ~ ®' Auto Parb; & AcceM. HUbbard 0446. 10c30 SR 8311 ~ §5fo,fad:!on Gu:aran. FOR SALE - '56 G.E. DeLuxe FOR SALE-Bo1111ie Allen rnp\11; 24-inch ra11ge, used short time Gaddie; 8811 East B, turn east only; GR 0683. 10c31 '.MOVTNG must sdl 2 ·w1·ingsr at .96th and Pacific: Satmday or washers, $8.00 ca.: small rr..frig- Sunday. " 16c30 FOR REN1' - Fmnishcd apart- erator, $:!0.00; oil heater, $!:5.00; ·---------------------ment; references required; 126 sofa $5.00: Blaclrntonc H.utomatie FOR _SALE -... GcnUr. ]1cn:.;e::;, 106TH & YAKIMA AVENUE GRanite 604'1 'Yasher $8.00 as is. 60Z3 South Shetlall.ds, Welc]l pou!e$; teems. Ea::;t Violet .Meadow, GR 0569. 15p30 trade3; 11824 Waller Rd. 16ctf '""""._..._.,_.,.._..,.... lOetf 'l,V;;uuer. ,,_._............................ .._.._...._......._....,,_.,

• Miscellaneous

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MARA'S CAFE

McMENAMIN;S

.

FERN REALTY

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HOUSE FOR RENT

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\Vcrk -& Parts Guar';.mteed

Parkland

FOR RENT - . 1 bedroom furn~ ished duplex apt., $67.50 plµ~ e~c., laundry facilities. 1260~i', 9c29 J?acifie Ave. Parkland. ' ' · PLOWING. & DISCING· - ·Farni:: all Tractor.. lst hour $5.00, thereaft~r $4.'0b. GR 7 484. 3ctf

• Wanted to Rent 4

EIJLLDOZ!1>H3 and lan.d clearing; ~asonab~e ..!"a~::G: Hasry Br~v;:~· (rr8haJ.n i- i 4:3c. .::ic.:iO

Parke,r Paints

Jennie L. Grodvig

DUTY 24·HOURS A OAY

Sett /\ UTO GLASS, SeaL covers; up· 'l'RAU,ERS cnmpletP- <11' framed holstery & convel'tiblo tops in- f.o your specifications; ca1npin;:;, otalled. ·Open !J:OO a.m. to 1:00 horse or boat trailer:;; General p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS Eix-it Shop; Mohawk Trailer Co. & UPHOLSTERY SBOP, 816 So. GR 3196. 3c30 WANTED TO RENT - 3 bed· Tacoma Ave., MA 2200. 3ctf room .home by business family; ----PARKLAND HEATING CO., serv- referel1ces; will lease; · J. E. ROTOVATING & TRACTOR jce for a11y type ht:~8.ting unit; Shaw, MA 6196. 4c30 WORK; Rt, 3, Box 167. Tacoma parts and filters; Williams OilChesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. O~Matic lo\v p1·cssurc furnaces; 3ctf 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf HELP WANTED -- Mature woPRUNING, SPRAYING: lawn man for !igh t house work and mov1,.ing sc;rvicc; reasonable S~TIC child care; four days a week. rates; Parkland area; HU lGOfi. Preferable live out. Graham 3ctf 7-7821. 5c30 Septio Tanks Cleaned BRICK & BLOCK WORK: Woman for part· WANTED O. B. ACKLEY fireplaces a specialty; GR 7428 time baby sitting, Wednesday 3ctf GR 4343 GR 7882 through Friday, 11:00 to 5:45; --~~~-""-='=-=<'>-·-·~·~=~-also teen-ager for occasional WELDING - All kinds general KITCHEN CABINETS, cpmer hnby sitting; 1407 South 118th, work. . trailers and trailer shelve. ~. b-0ok cases; birch, fir GR 3686. 5c31 hitches built. to order; JOE'S or knotty pine; built t.o your WELDING, Mt. Highway, mile spedfications; gct .the hest for 6 & t.owai·ds the Mountain from lem>--.JJ'.!W-prices are the lowest. Roy "Y", open evenings. GR HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, FOUND Beaut.iful female 6534. 3ctf GR. 5514. 3ctf \ve1l-l'n2n!nc:rsd long haired rn¥2 U caL Crey and hrown colored; SEPTIC TANKS & WATER vicinity 'of Fredrickso11; o\v.ner DEPENDABLE LIN.E:S INSTALLED. Riley call GR 6374. 6i130 Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or T. V. SERVICE GR 320-1. 3ctf

ACE

Per Feed Dollar "Use'' Triangle Farm Proven Feeds

LICENSED NURSES ON

11009 Pacific Ave.

Ill! JETS

Meat • Milk - Eggs

FOR SALE - 125 Ft. good water front property on Lake Ohop. Cleared, level with good ,beach. Reasonable. Inquire Point Ohop. 9c31

10816 Portland Ave. GR 5'395

CONTRACTING-Free Pumping Service estimates; home repairs, paintjng inside and out, plumbing, Puy. 5-2873 fencing, block work; patios, fire. places; no job too small, reas- FOUNDATIONS-New additions; TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed onable ·rates. Phone Peter War- free estimates, financing; work rock, Utah coal; GR 3536 or 3ctf Puyallup 5-2038. 3ctf chor, or inquire 11509 South guaranteed; GR 2002. 3ctf Sheridan. 3c32 SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con_ '""""'ll tractin'" a\ld appliances; free engine~ring service for electric LAWN MOWERS heat; GR 7064. 3ctf Serviced and Stored

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• Farm Ads

Homes In Parkland Commun. lties; Acreage cfose in, either with or without buildings.

HILL TOP G.RAVEL CO.

CANYON ROAD

Ace Dirt Moving Co.

Hi. 95'19 HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, 6811 McKinley Ave. foundp.tions; cement work; Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf

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Visitors

$100 DOWN; WHY RENT? BALANCE $50 per month; take a look at 10710 South J, Park- WASHING MACHINE PARTS . land. Call HI 6408 or Seattle Largest stock in town, Repair. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Setzer LOGAN 6789 for owner. 9ctf ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer of Seattle were weeke~d g~ests McKINLEY HILL Service 37Z7 So. G. EI 9409. of Mr. and Mrs. Kennech Fitzer, 2 ACRES - $11,500.00 · ' llct:f Mrs. Setzer's parents. . 2 HOUSES Waller Road Land Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller have had their daughter Lydia all cleared. Front house. has 2 bedrooms, large living room, with them the past week. dinette,3-pc. bath, utility room ie FOR SALE - Hay, while it lasts; wired for washer and dryer, oil Thick Butt Roofing, Rock Wool; furnace. Oth?r house, 3-rooms GR 8018. 15c32 and bath, wired 220, carports. 50 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR Barn partly finished. Call Ralph TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. Decker, HI 9579. $495.00 ginning and advanced. Call Jim Nylan<ler, GR 0574. 15ctf $8,500.00 GR 4772 138th & Pac. FHA appraised. Clean 3 bedroom FOR SALE - Standard garden home, good size living room, '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; tractor with 7-inch plow, disc, SMALLEY cultivators; $150; 10020 East F, dinette, 4-pc. bath, hardwood wholesale prices. floors, dility room wired . for MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., GR 3936. 15p30 dryer, concrete foundation, lge. GR · · 4060 anytime, evenings, 12ctf garage. Paved street. Call Ralph Sundays. Decker, HI 9579. BUI.JLDOZING . DITCHING GI - $150.00 DOWN GRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC TAl\'KS • DRAIN FIELDS. GOOD older home in nice dist1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup rict, 3 bedrooms, double plumbing, living room, dining room, Phone Puyallup 5·2452 OVER $200.00 15ctJ' kitchen, wired 220, large utility room, wired for dryer. New 1949 FORD 2-car garage. Price $6,950. Call COMMERCIAL,--Ralph Decker, HI 9579. --i[NSTALLATIONS

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FERN REALTY

• Wanted To Buy 8 • Rentals

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CASH for livestock of all kinds. Also w311ted lh•"e r:attle for mink foeci. WA t>l'.Ti • .t;;LMJ::;R MACK· 8etf SEPTIC TANKS C'LEANED- IN; MA 3565. Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 Ro. Fawcett, HA IITGHEST CASH PRICES pa.id for 7334. If no answer call HA smelter pole and log tim.ber. 8cH 922'2. 3ctf Call mrcnings, GR 5972.

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BRICE: \NORK - l:fousr: J,,-.,·cliug· and foundati0us, retaining ,,~alls, s1de'''alk" end pa..tiosi fi.re.., FOR S'ALE BY OiN'NER Two ELECTRICAL !:"Jiile B Service! Airport & 'lick- place and stone 'F/Ctk, GR 4291. !::-acre tracts with buildi::lgz; Sctf phone GRab,a:g:t 7-7333. Sctf eey Road; GR 9938. :Sctf

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·Louis S~·inmons. Present were Jll[rs. Symmons• daughters, Mrs. E:s.rold R.ollins .and Mrs. Clyde Rollins; also Mesdames Morgan Webb, '.Phillip Taylor, Joe Sym:mons, Warren Symrrions, Robert RhQne, . Bob Steidel Sr., Harry White, 'Oliver Omat and :Beulah Ballard, the hoste~~ ·and honor guest. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scearce visitep. their sons, Da\·id

SELLE'S f ARM .. SUPPLY Complete Line Quality Blue Ribbon Dairy a·nd Poultry Feeds . ~ . Hay, Straw, fe~til·

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Youi- not goin:g to City! MARSflAL VIGUS vnH Eave l. time and money on e1t1x inwri1e tax rel:urrl. !

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Phone GR 8688 ~-=~""""'"-

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PRICES ARE LOW

New W.· olverine Sand Tan.I Bl.ack. 8.hell. Horse Hide Brushed .. Clean with soap· (Ask about guarantee) and water.

We Install Free E&timate11

RH 0 NE 'S CABINET SHOP I So. 161.st St.

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FAr~ous

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POUND

Milled from choice wh!bats arid kitchen~ tested to insure fin~st hal:i:ing goods!

CHEESE FOOD - ·Smooth spreading & quick melting.

25EcPound Bag

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Top quality, fresh, thin skinned Ori:mges. Seedless and loaded with vitamin rich juice. 63 size.

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Top quality G1·ade A ranch eggs, guaranteed strictly fresh and flavorful or your money back at Big Bear. A best buy!

A high-score huUer with fresh flavor and a wonderful smooth-spreading textur.e. A "SeH-A-Bration.'' 'value at Big Bear! FRESH-FROZEN - A fan~y ·gr<.\de of luscious, sliced ripe stl"1".~J>.l:l,i.~rries]

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On Hanson Ro'ad at Weyerha.euser 8qhool. & Church Phone Rt.. l, •Box 147 Graham 7 ~2127 Eatonville

Corps Air Station, Sarita (kna, ~hur,s.day, California. .

V/eeldy Garbage CoUediOllUl .

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Library Science; .John Fea, ?h·ector Qf Instructional. Materials, State Department of Education; Paul Brincken, W!lshington State C()ll;'ge Lib~arian; flr;d Nfr. Boyce, Cham.nan of. the Pwrce County ·Instructional Materials Center.

ART'S SH OE

General Line of Farm $1rp.plies I

Elk Plain Princi al Panel

8 Ellensburi;; and GC'Ilo ·who 1s at', ; .·...••... r" · . tending Washington Stcxte .colCOft'f'®.!JmtfOl!ll !ego, Pullman. Mr. ·Cliff ,Bovee; Elk .J?Jain S;'mpathy School Pi·itidp~l ..atid :Bethel Deepest sympathy to the District Audio-Visual Coordinatilios of the four men who lost or \vas .a guest panelishat the their lives in the explosion at Washington .state School•Uibrary Frederickson last w~ek. Association C~nve~tion held. in Safo Crossmg . Vancouver, washmgton March After a long campaign invo1v- 29th and 30th. . .. ing great effort, petitions and .Those pa;•tfoipab~J1g .on 'the many letters, th8 Spai;away P- . pcmel which discµs$ed the "ProbTA request for 1.raff;c '.ighls at lems involved in ~j:ie ;cori.sol~dathe grade schocl crosmg was tion of the Aud10-V1sual and grai;ited by the State Highway Library phases of Edi1cation in,to Department last week. 'l'he light, one-that ·of Tn$tl~uqtional )\'Iaat present set as a yellow blink- tcrials,'' . ·we,re: JHchf'trd BQwer, ing signal to allow drivers toget University Place Librariim; Max used to its new location,. will Liebm·rn~.n of the jJniver~ity of operate as a regular three color Washington's Dapa1,trnetit ·of traffic signal. Parents are deeply -""""~ grateful for the improvement. Reporter Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

133rd & Paciilc, Open Sa,!il: t9

'10--0Z" PKG.

ii p;m,.~aily and Sl.lnda.Y.s.,,PricesV{ed. Noon thru Sat. Limit

1..pound quarters for only


Attractive- ·stars of th.e Friday Style Show

.CHARMERS ALL--:-Pictured above are the youngsters who delighted viewers at the style show, "Fashions. in the Spring," presented by •Harvard-Midland Preschool last Friday evening in the Jfarvard school. Accompanied by Mrs. Dan Morris, chainnan of the style show committee, upper left, :t.hey are, left to right: Upper row, Donna Morris, Randy Storlie, Judy Crawford, Connie Kazda, Mike l3arbar, Kathleen McCollough, Colleen McCollough, Tony Craig, Willie Barbar; middle row, Ricky Al::inont, Betty Absten, Pauline Isakson, Joyce Crawford, Bryon Kazda, Randy Almont, Terry Johnson; Jront row, Pat Isakson, Mar~ Wpod, Corry Kazda.

i;>age 6

The TIMES - JOURNAL Thursday, April 4, 1957 WALLER ROAD . • •

TQGermany

Waller Rd. P-TA Due ·wednesday

Fort Bragg,. N.C. (AHTNC) Pvt. Virgil K. Lyons, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lyons, Roy, Wash., is enroute to Germany as part of "Operation Gyroscope" the Army's unit rotation plan. Lyons is a member of the 613th Field Artillery Battalion, formerly located at Fort Bragg, N.C., which is replacing the 59th Field Artillery Battalion ·in Germany. A supply specialist with the

Waller Road P-TA, meeting Tuesday, April 9 at 7:30 in the Community hall, will hear a panel discussion on wills, probate and survivors agreements by attorneys from the Tacoma Bar Association. A Boy Scout official will present the charte1· for the Cub

Laboure Nursing Home

Scouts .Mrs. Lloyd Ebert's Blue Bird troop, the Morning Stars, will present the flag. Hostesses will be Mesdames Robert Goettling, Henry DeMeerleer, Joe Erickson and William Hager. Grange Waller Road Grange will meet April 5 in the Community hall with potluck supper at 6:00 p. m. and business session at 8:00. Garden Club Waller Road Garden club meets this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 in the Community hall. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle GRanite 5210.

uble Luck ·Cut

OPENING, SATURDAY. APRIL 6TH

YKORNER CAFE KAPOWSIN, WASHINGTON

o Small Electrical . Appliances Ci! Revere Ware o Pyrex Ware •Carpenters Tools e Plumbing e Electrical Wiring •Lumber • Fishing Tackle • Paint & Hardware

Coffee and Cake Will Be Served To The Grown-ups. Balloons and

BASKETT LUMBER CO. MILL & RETAIL YARD 9701 Portland Ave. GR 5844

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All on ground floor no wards, no steps. Cheerful surroundings, expert care, excellent food. Doctor refered. Aged· & convalescents. 901 Tule Lake Rd. GR 7857

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Necklaces • Bracelets Earrings • for all ages

$1.00-$1.98-$2.98

NEW- FOR MEN

TIE CLASPS and

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No. 1/2

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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

GRanite 0223

BetHel Juniors To Present Play April 4, 5

ELKr;~~n;s· Dance ff ..M_P-TA P~ans

Set For Saturday C!!c"t~vt~el cir~s~ 1 ~~!?

The public is cordially invited Why, at Midland School Friday,

to attend the Firemen's dance at April 5, when Harvard-Midland the Elk Plain Grange hall this Saturday evening and to see the :many improvements the Firemen and Grangers have made to the hall both inside and outside.Show your appreciation by attending the dance. Improving Mary Kuper, who is convalescing at the home of her daughter, Doris, at 2517 Walnut St., Everett, writes she is feeling better but would enjoy hca1·ing froin folks here at home.

'l'n· New Yo!:"k Eileen Schmidt is visiting :!.'Illa~ tives in New Yol'k City; she expects to be back for the graduation of her son Henry. Bethel Hi News Kirk Bardwell won the inspirational basketball award for 1957-58; Cal Christoph was chosen captain of the team for next year. Another of this season's exciting tennis matches will take place on Bethel's tennis courts tomorrow (Friday) at 2:00. The Bethel team will compete against Peninsula in what looks like one of the more exciting matches of the present season. Lunch Menu April 8-I2 Monday-Macaroni and cheese,

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P-TA holds its annual carnival this year with a circus theme. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p. m. with a choice of baked ham O).. -salmon .. · Donations for the dinner are $1.00 for adults, 75c for students over 12 and 50c for child's plate; All kinds of booths from a bairn shop to a white elephant booth will be open, besides all kinds of skill games and movies. Everyone is urged to come out and enjoy this night of fun with their families and friends. · , .The·following are the chair:men of the various booths: Sewing, Mrs. Vincent Dries, Mrs. Robe.rt Smith; Kitchen, Mrs. Stanley Lipke; Short Order, Mrs. Claude Blesing; Pop and Ice Cream, Cub Scouts; Candy, Mrs. Thomas Shannon; Movies, Mr. Leo Gaume; Garden Shop, Mrs. Dean Woods; Books, Mr. and Mrs. Ed

JUNIOR THESPIANS-Above, taking a short break from rehearsals, is the play cast of Bethel's Junior Class Play, "Men Are Like Street Cars." In the back row from left to. right are Jim Nelson, Pat Ferguson, Maurice Holifield, Betty Shook, Elaine Wright, Joan Martinson, Jeanet.te Krause, Marilyn N elson,Julianne Nilsen and Erven Merriott. Seated are David Leigh, C.ornelia Reardon, Sandy Crooks, Sonja Engebretson, Karen Sarver and Norman Weimer .. The play will be presented Thursday and Friday evening, April 4 and 5 in the high school auditorium.

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"Stars on Parade" is the theme of the talent show to be held in the Kapowsin grade school auditorium Sat., ·April 6, at 8:00. p.m. (Entrants must audition Thursday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m.) Professional guest stars on the A heavy cruiser produces 4,000 show include Jim Nylander servings of bakery products per whose tapping feet will beat out day for her crew. the most fascinating ·rhythm; also Sherril Francis, pretty candidate for Daffodil Queen, will do a baton twirling act; Susan Fager, a local girl, Will do an expressio'riistk'··dance'. LAKEWOOD CENTER LA 4181 There will be a free nursery Specializing In Children~o Shoeis for children under five during 106 ST. HELEN'S A VE. MA 6318 the show. Pop, candy, pie and · • • cake will be on sale .during intermision. Tickets will be 50c for adults, 25c for students under 12, on sale at the door.

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220-yard dash: I-Snell (E), 2-Wickline ( B), 3 - Stewart (E). Time :24-3. 880: 1-Mitchell (P), 2-Wymore '(B), Erickson (EJ. Time 2:14.6. Broad jump: I-Grove (E), 2 -Hardie (B), 3-Wickline (B). Disstance 17 feet 6 inches; Relay: I-Eatonville (Grove, Overlie, Langberg, Snell), 2 Bethel. Time 1:41.7.

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Ranger; Bake Shop, Mrs. Dean Richards; Spook House, Mrs. Hershel Payne, Mrs. John James; Fish Pond, Mrs. Paul Huffman; 1 White Elephant, Mrs. Alfred Bethel won its own invitaWinterton, Mrs. Norman Johnson; Skill Games, Under Midway, tional' track meet last week as the Braves edged Eatonville 56 'h Mr. and Mrs. James Ewing, Mr. to 531/2 while Peninsula finished and Mrs. Kenneth Strand, Mr. third with 30. James Conley, Mr. Howard Lee, Summary: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp, Mrs. Pole vault: 1-Hardie (B), 2Jack Pickham, Mrs. William Ba.-- Cantrell (B), 3-Riley (B) and ber, Mrs. Howell Snowden, Mrs. Mitchell (P) tied. Height 10 feet. Shotput: I-Mattson (P), 2Roy Benson, Mrs. Walter Esh- Snell (E), 3-Pulliam (P). Distpeter, Mr. James Williamson, Mr. ance 39 feet 4 'h inches. and Mrs. Al Bombardier, Mr. 120-yard high hui·dles: 1and Mrs. Walt Seaberg, Mr. Don- Grave (E), '2-Riley (B), 3ald Dowie, Mr. Frank Gural; Daster (P). Time :I8.2. Check Room, Mrs. Ida Nelson, 100-yard dash: 1-Fritz (B), Mrs. Shirley Johnstone. There 2-0verlie (E), 3-Neslund (P). A few women take up law as will also be a 4-H sewing booths. Time :11 flat. a profession, the rest of them Boy Scout Troop 84 will park Mile: 1 - Flowers (E), 2 cars. simply lay it down. c~adwick (BJ, 3-Neslund (PJ. Time 5:01.8. , h · 1 G (E) d H 1g iump: rave an .Mitchell (P) tied, 3-Fritz (BJ. Height 5 feet 5:1,4 inches. 440: .1 - Langberg (E), 2 _ · Cantrell (B), 3 _ Overlee (E). Time :56.8. .. Discuss: 1·..,..,.Hardie (B), 2 Bradshaw (P), 3-Cantrell (B). Distance 111 feet 8:1,4 inches. 180-yard low hurdles: I-Fritz (BJ, 2-Van Eaton (E), 3-Riley

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A number of people within the area covered by the Times Journal will participate in some It will be open house at the way for the Pierce County James Sales' P-TA meeting on Council P-TA meeting Thursday, Teusday, April 9, at 8:00 p. m. April 4 at 9:30 a.m. at the Puy- The teachers will be in their all up Junior High school, which rooms. to greet parents after a is located northeast of the fair- . very short business meeting. Mrs. grounds 011 3rd street South Hylan L. Johnson, president, will East. . ask for, discussion on how pro"What Our ·Schools· Should ceeds from the carnival should Accomplish. . ~vill be presented be used, following a report by in symposium form with· Morl'is the carnival committee. Ford, super\ntendent, Franklin A parody on "Life in the Pierce Schools.;_ Rev. Erling Ltmehroom" will be presented PY Thompson, Pastor, Trinity Lu~h: Mrs. Donald Recd, with several eran Church; and Art Olmer, parents participating. training director, Boeing AirRefreshments will be served craft company as speakers. b . Mesdames Guttorm GregerMrs. Travers Dryer will be in- s~n Kcmneth Pate, John Constalled as the new Councilpresi- ~or~ Bolin Brown, Jerrold Lewis dent. Other officers' are: Hal · au°d 'Burton Brewer. Thomson, Mrs. Fred Anderson (Bethel), Mrs. Kenneth Lampitt Hi Cl b A,..,..1.,.,,. (Midland), Mrs. David Gray, • U ,,,.. ,..,.. Mrs. Donald Archer (James I<'ranklin Pierce Hi-L club met Sales), Mrs. Gino Fabia11i, ·Mrs. March 11 at· the home of Paul Rich11rd Simpson (Parkland), Purdue. The March 25 meeting Mrs. Don Reed (James Sales), ..was at the home of Dave AnderMrs. Hylan Johnson (James son on Collins road. There was Sales-Parkland), Mrs. Gil Baker a big attendance at both meet(Collins). ings. Dick Ballew is president of ],,!rs. A. 0. Ander-son (Collh1$), the grou.p. 1{[1·.::~. E.eed, a,nd 1\1:.r~.- --Marga1t§t:·- '-.~··-.-.-----­ Jfondriek (Betl:ell a.~si.~ed Mrs. \Wfon~r' Tom Moe on the comnnttee for . • Life Membership awards. Mrs. Gets ~fne Prize Webster Walton (Parkland),' recRichard Fellows, produce manord book chairman will judge ager of the Big Bear store at all record books from local units. Parkland, was understandably

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Smidt, owner oI Lumuer Co. and µart owner with his wife and daughte1· of Diane's Apparel, and Cross, Tacoma Park sports director, received. the high light awards from the Associated Students of PLC. Other awards went to John Fromm, the NAIA javelin champion; George Fisher, outstanding freshman .footballer; ,Tack Newhart, inspirational f o o t h a 11 award; Lynn Calkins, football captain; Jack Sinderson, basket· ball inspiration award and Nick Kelderman, hasketl,all captain. Main speaker ;vas Cliff Olson, former PLC coach and athletic director. All PLC athletes were introduced by tc•ams along wilh Coach Marv Harshman.

by Frank F·panic h Jerry Hoxsey, Benior, was named Franklin Piel'ce honorary captain for the past cage season recently, while Bruce Alexander was presented the iirnpirational award. · Hoxsey was one of the Cardinals' top scorers tl\ll." ing the season. Alexander, one of the mainstays diir: ing the 1955-56 season, was injured before school started this year. and missed most of the past season.

* * * : :· Along with Alexander and Hoxsey, letters' >Vere presented to Ron Hovey, Lowell Smith, Bob l\l[ead, Bill :Mahaffey, lVIike Kanton, Dick Groom and Gary Moore. Coach Del Schafer will have Mahaffey, Kanton, Mead and Moore back next year.

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* * * * Official statistics from PLC show that the Lutes set many new records in finishing their most successful basketball season in school history. The 78.2 points per game. average, the 31-2 ove1·all record, ihe fieltl goal average of 42.8 %, the 107 points against CPS and the 28-1 mal'k against college opposition were all new records for the Lutes.'

Listed are the Paradise Bowl Leagues, the lqading foam in each league aml the high seon•r for each league: BELLES OF PARADISE Diancs' Apparel. Betty Crusan PlCi'ce basketball sqtiarl, \ViH--- be 492 and 183. n15Ssed next -season as the gradPARADISE PINETTES uating senio:r averaged nrota.nd Tacoma Rubber. Mildred F.lem- rn pohits per league game for ing 521. Kit Campbell 195. Roger Iverson's 201 field goals, Chuck Curtis' 41 the. C;irdinals. G,·oom, who also HOOT OWLS was prominent in football, .was points in one game and 592 points for the season, Jim Pederson Chicks. Connie Can- one .of .the Puget_ Sound Le3gu,;;~s VJ:tn Beek's field goal a'verage of 48.4 are also new onica 497 and 195. high scC:rers. individual marks. PARKLAND MERCHANTS Smalley's Auto Sales; Frank . Armstrong 566, Wes Cappel 233. CITY EMPLOYEES The young set are developing into some topnotch Cowlitz. ·Del Reiter 581, Hugh bmvlers. Brooks 211. Dick Devereaux rolled a high seriesof .411 and PARADISE HANDICAP high single of 148 in the Paradise Boys league . . . , Sather Oil Service, Vv nrd LindDave Rich, of Spanav,rayi p1acley 5.·18. John Fernholz 212. ed second in .the Varsity 300 and Ann Harrod had 385 and 137 for the same .honors ··· ' FIRE FIGHTERS was fomth in the 70-yard dash for the girls. Wood Realty. Stan Goralski in the 15th annual WSC Indoor Franklin Pierce ,Tuniors did even better with Mike 561 and 223. Invitational 'Track Meet held in Stewart getting a 463 series and Walt Rahinson a PARADISE CLASSIC the State College field house re- 17'1 single. Judy Budke had 377 and 144 for the S & M Service. Ocky Sciacqua cently. gil'ls. 579, Bill Bas.ii 226. The former Bethel High stuPARADlSE HOUSEWIVES dent is a Sophomore at WashErickson Shoes, Val Bremer ington State and is competing 536 and 193. this year with the track team, NORWOOD Washington State Coach Jack Sash Department. Leif Tvcter Mooberry said he was well pleas549 and 212. ed with the early season perGRAHAM MIXED formance of his squad. The CouCurtis Topplers, Less Boettner gars racked up 83 points in Sat562, Jim Bronson 207. . urday's meet. TAVERN Rich is the son of Mr. and Mrs. (Free Customer Parking) Midland and Fern Hill (Tie). E. M. Rich, Route 1, Box 284-A, A1·t Thiel 558, Pat Murphy 223. Spanav;ay, and, is majoring jn EAGER BEAVERS Physical Education at WSC. He Happy Thursdays. Kathy Lange is a·c{i\.~c on carnpus in Sigma. Phi 462 and 191. Epsilen fraternity and the camPARADISE COMMERCIAL pus YMCA. Piggly Wiggly. Nat Luppino 637 and 232. ·KAISER Falcons, Reed Rudin 534 ·and 213. PARKLAND BUILDERS Blue Spruce Service. Rusey Swackhammer 560 and 213. EVERGREEN Home Gas Co. Roland Presswood 582 and 233. HOOKER CHEM Keglcrs. Bill Wagner 534 and 192. PARADISE INDUSTRIAL (Not given), Dewey Seago 601, Roy Marshall 247. INDEPENDENT MERCHANTS Nelson Auto Parts. Ray Evans 568, Lany Goff 229.

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Tliufaday, ·.April' 4; ~·95r·in·· tne ··1foat pool· The TIMES -JOURNAL inspection also. Tacoma's Commencement Bay; the U. S. S. Gurnard, a World War II submarine, now used for the training of local Naval Reservists, and the U. S. S. Lejuene which was built in 1939 in Hamburg, Germany-it was caught at sea by allied naval forces and chased into neutral port in U ruguay, was later purchased from Uruguay by the U. S. Navy and saw service as a troop carrier, capable of carrying 5000 combat troops with equipment, plus 300 cabin passengers. There will be several types of small boats

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HONORED - Rosemary Traill was named Sweetheart of the third annual Franklin Pierce Hi-Y ball held Friday evening, March 15, at the high school. The selection of the Sweetheart and her attendants created much inte1·est among the many who attended. Sharing the spotlight with Rosemary were Ingeborg Johnson, attendant, and Carla Christiansen, junior attendant. The Sweetheart was escorted to the stage by Dick Ballew, Hi-Y president; the attendants by Paul Purdue and David Anderson. Necklaces were presented to the three girls. Shown above, left to right, are: Ingeborg Johnson, Sweetheart Rosemary Traill and Carla Christiansen. han. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Godwin Those attending the cere- of Midland. No date has been monies were Messrs. and Mes- set for the wedding. dames James Gill, George TurReporter - Marlene Corrigan, ner, Frank Baskett, Elmer ¥or- GRanite 8545. ud, Glen Krough, Robert Irving-,· Day Smith, John Pyette, Lesley - - - . . , , - - - - The Navy's new super-carrier, Roley, Albert Bombardier, Floyd Ayers, Edward Hendricks, Ralph USS Forrestal, required 2,400 Taylor, C. B. Smith, Andrew miles of one-quarter inch weldChristensen, Jr., William Shana- ing, 265,000 pieces of steel, 200,han, Don Kemp, David McPher- 000 rivets, about 180 miles of son, George Pyette, Verne Blau- pipe, 290 miles of electric cable, velt, Frank Johnson, Clarence Johann and Mrs. Walter Olsen, Mrs. Viola Burston and Fred McFood Lockers Pherson. Altar Society ~ The Altar Society of the St. John of the Woods Parish will meet this Thursday, April 4, at 12:00 noon in the Midland Improvement Club hall with Mrs. Walter Veilencour presiding. Circles 5 and 6 will be hostesses for the luncheon. Coleman-Squires Joined in marriage in an im· pressive double ring ceremony were Miss Pauline Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman of Glennoma, Washington, and ·William Squiress, son 3 Trips Daily of Mr. and Mrs. William Squires To Parkland, Spana.way of Midland. The Rev. Wesley Summit, Midland Tollefson of the Christ the King Lutheran church performed the GENERAL FREIGHT solemn rites at 9:15 p. m. on Wednesday evening, March 20. 4121 The bridal gown was beautifully fashioned of white brocaded lace and net with a V • shaped neckline and full finely pleated skirt of ballerina length. General Her finger-tip veil of illusion was caught to a headpiece of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and red rosebuds. Miss Roslyn Coleman was maid of honor for her sister and wore a rose-colored suit. Donald Squires was best man for his. brother. A reception was held at the Squkes · home immediately following the Iii ceremony. The bridegroom is presently stationed at Fort Lewis but is expecting to go to l{orea soon. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Puyallup announced the engagement of their daughter, Janice, to Gerald Alan Godwin, son of

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Women's Club The Clover Creek Women's club met March 28 at the home of Mrs. Effie Busby for .a delightful luncheon. Most of the members were present and the afternoon was spent sewing for the club. · The next meeting will be Thursday, April 11, at the home of Mrs. Leroy Gammon.

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The Clover Creek Preschool extends a cordial invitation to everyone in the district to ·take part in the Do-It-Yourself style show which will be held May 22. All garments entered must be made by the person displaying them. The notice of the style show is given well in advance of the date to allow plenty of time. New officers of the Preschool are: President, Mrs. Jerald LaMarr; vice president, Mrs. Robert Vorak; secretary, Mrs. Millard GRAHAM . • • Mead; treasurer, Mrs. Carl Ne!-

G•·ange Meeting Clover Creek Grange will meet in the hall .Friday, April 5, at 8:00 p.m., the regular time, S. I. Carlson presiding. All members are asked to be present.

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Graduates San Diego, Calif. CFHTNC) Robert E. Duffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Duffey of 821 So. 115th, Parkland, graduated from recruit training March 9 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officals and civilan dignitaries. In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet.

Jenkins Family Holds Reunion

The Sam Jenkiris ·family held a .reunion Sunday at the Graham Grange Hall. Those present weer Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Lyden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jenkins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, Mr. e.nd Mrs. H. 'Waste, Mrs. W. Growell, Ted Amson and Carl Lyden, all from Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnson and family and Howard Jenkins from Puyallup; Alfred Jenkins and family from Rainier; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hickes and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jenkins from Renton; Mrs.W. Brady and family from Anchorage, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs: Lewis Collison from Seattle; Terry Plumb, S. Kerr and Larry Plumb from Spanaway. Visits Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gooch and family were dinner guests of her parents, the Albert Nelsons, to celebrate Mr. Nelson's birthday Saturday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Berggren were Mrs. Barret of Roy and th!'> .Albert Nelsons. Mrs. Velma Hanson has returned home after visiting her mother for several months. · Church Notes "The Sign of the Cross" is an· other in the series of Lenten messages, to be given by the Rev. Paul E .Nelson at the Covenant

Horse Shoeing BY AN EXPERT

J. R. YOUNG

Community church Sunday, April 7, at 11:00 a.m. At the 7:00 p. m. service the message will be on "Prophetic Word." An interclass contest is creating spirited competition. On Wednesday, April 10, at 8:00 p.m. the new Covenant film, "The Birth of a Church," will be shown by the Rev. Carl H. Peterson of Seattle. All people of the community are cordially invited to these services. Two Ilirthdays A double birthday party was held at the home of Mrs. L. Anderson honoring Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. George Storrar. After a lovely lunch games were played. Those present were Mesdames V. Selle, M. Peterson, E. A. Laue11borg, Charles Wilbur, E. Tinius, George Storra, Carter Larson, Joe Luders, John LaPore and L. Anderson. Sympathy Friends and neighbors extend their deepest sympathy to the family of A. Allen,· who had been a resident of Graham for many years prior to his recent death. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, Graham 7-7640. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson Graham 7-7640.

Building Permits The following building perm.its have been issued by Keith F. Jones,· Pierce Coun.ty Engineer Building Department: Harold F. Taylor, $13,500 frame home, 11105 Vickery Road; '.!'he Carter Oil Co., $10,000 service station, 13303 Pacific Ave.; w. D. McLellan, 1250 addn. to home, 429 So. 170th; Vernon W. Sherrill, $2000 addn. to tavern, Rt. 1, Box 188, Graham; Robert 0. Norris, $1500 addn. to home, Rt. 3, Box 476 Tacoma. Deane A. White, son of Mrs. Guyida White of Rt. 1, Box 324, Eatonville, enlisted in the Air Force recently.

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Times journal v 12 no 30 apr 4, 1957  
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