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HERE'S SOMETillNG TO STEAL!-Attracted by the bdght trim on the jacket sleeve of Robert Budack, young son of Capt. au\} Mrs. Edward Budack ofl215 South Garfield street, as he sat on the hood of the family car while his mother stowed away the groceries she sad just purchased at IGA Foodtown one day last week, a big black crow tried to help himself to the tempting decoration. As the bird continued to peck at .his sleeve, the youngster became frightened and Mrs. Budack dropped her car keys on the hood. and ·gathered .her son in her anns to comfort him, whereupon. the crow, exclaiming "Goody, goody, goody," seized them and flew away. When he was seen to light on the roof of the market, an employee went up there to investigate. Under a scrap of roofing was found an extensive cache of loot containing not only Mrs. Budack's keys but others, as well as many bright articles of no value to humans, but precious to a marauding crow. The bird, well known in the community, has quite a vocabulary; his . home roost is in the vicinity of 103rd and Pacific Avenue. · ·Photo by McKewen

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Summit News Summit 4-H i:troups report a fine time Saturday when they joined simila1· clubs from all ove1· Pierce county for Rally Day at the Naval Base, Tacoma. They were shown movies of exciting war scenes and were served lunch on the base. The Summit 4-H Stoclrn1isers also went on a trip around the base and explored a submarine, a captured German ship and the aircraft carrier Commencement Bay. The next Stockraisers meeting will be April 18. Bake, Plant Sales The Woman's Society of Summit church will hold a balm sale in the Summit Trading Co. store Friday, April 12. The Addie Rau Circle will hold a plant sale there on Saturday. Circle Meeting The Addie Rau Circle will meet Tuesday, Aprill6, at 8:00 p.m. at ·the home of Mrs. Bewrly Lund on Canyon Road.

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tee members v;ill wear costumes 2., Bons of ijorway, and Emb!a equ:;.p:m,eru. U.sci cf tl-u:~lr land. l'-To. 2 Da·~1ghf,Cts of l'Tor;;ay~ Of In tho.se da:;s 'v~1ich Chris · l<i+J.u.dson and :i\Trs. wodd take tli eir food to sea Donation at th•o <l::>or will be them in ihd:r sea chests, One; o.f '(~, c2rit:~. Alf1"<;d StrcJ rn«r2 1;0-clrnirrn2n. Th iEI" historic film \Vhich vras pr9dt1ced PY the Education Department of the Church and the Fisher.men A.s~ociation at g.reat expense describes Hfe ip l'Tor;,vtty from th<= year 1840 through 1955. Th::re are scenec; sho\ving the progress made in all fields of industry, home life, social activity anc\ the scenic beauty of Norway. One seen.2 depicts a ·wedding performed in an old stone church which was erected in the eleventh century.

these historic che:>ts will be on display along with other articl03 of interest from Norwuy. following the movie,· refreshments typ)cal of Norway will be served for a srn2.ll · f(,e. The

The premiere sho',ving in the EXCELLENT SELECTION The Spanaway Volunteer Fire- northwest of a 'sound film in men's Auxili:sirv rneeting in th~ .Norwegian, entitled "Ut Mot P0 TED fire hall April i featureci' as main Hav2t1 (011t T.:.\Y:trd the Sea), wlll be held in Normanna hall. busiTiess for the· evening th0 Pi Nii. di::::cussion of tv·.;o events'. l\ {]ancc~ at. So. 15th and F.: street, Friday J\'iay 11 and a rumrnnge sate in evening, April 12 at g,oo. This October. The Auxiliary and Firn· \vill be sponsored b~T the convt'n .. Order· Em·iy for Easfor tion mmmit.te;e of !<Jorden No. men are selling tickets. The dance \1·ill be held in the Elk Plain Grange hall. A Wizard will be guest spealccr at the Mercury 5-hp outboard motor Spanaway Methodist ehurch Sun·will be the principal award. day at ihe 11:00 a.m. service. Auxiliary members urge wo- All are invited. The film deals especially with men of the com..munity to set asReporter - Mrs.Oliver Omat, the fishing industry, showing the side rummage during spring _ _,_..,._ housecleaning; call Mrs. tviorgan Webb for pick-up. Plans were also made for the A nxiliary'q birthday dinner Mc1"hord Field April 9. Mrs. Gene Siscel was pronounced a full fledged members, having been presented with the Auxiliary-Firemen's pin by the president. Mrs. Oliver Ornat. Hostc,s,ses for the evening were Mesdames Lorien Buck, 1Vfartin Gibbons, Murie Harnly Sr., H1.1y· mond Corbett. Edward Flannery will cover "Cam~ing" and .Mr.~. ancj Ann 'Connors. Paul Anderson ' Day Campmg ; At Church Miss Pat Danford "Junior and The Rev. Dr. Ross of Seattle Senior Scouting." A very special guest will be Legals Miss Wilhelmina van der Borsch, staff member of the Girl Guides KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN of tbe Netherlands. She will talk Attorney U and I PURE on the Girl Guides. She has 217 Garfield St. been brought for the month of Tacoma 44,, Washington Aoril to Tacoma i.mder the spon- In the Superior Court of the s.;rship of the Juliette Low World State of Washington for ihe Friendship fund. County of Pierc.e. Iii .. Iii Iii .. .. Iii Ill No. 62194, Planning for the tea was by NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL Mrs. Webster Walton, Mrs. M.A. REPORT AND PETITION Hartley and Mrs. Robert WainFOR DISTRIBUTION house. Special invited guests are In The Matter of the Estate of Mrs. L. J. Lund, Mrs. Rufus HarELLEF B. ELLEFSON, vey and Mrs. Ralph Davisson. (also known Ellef Barton Refreshments will be served. Ellefson, and E. B. Ellefson), ... 1111 Iii 111 Iii Ill Iii Deceased. The 200 girls from the area will provide the cookies and punch, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN many having cooking bees for that Carl R. Elll';fson, adminisSK~PPY trator of the estate of Ellef B. this purpos;e. Ellefson, deceased, has filed in Iii the office of the Clerk of said Today the submsrine serves Court his Final Report and Peas a guided missile platform, tition for Distribution, asking II 111 Iii II early warning station, killer of the Court to settle said report, surface and underwater vessels, distribute the property to· the troop persons thereto entitled and to scout, coastal raider, transport, supply ship, minolayer, discharge said Carl R. Ellefson, and seaplane tender. administrator and that said re- . Not ordinary "Grocery Store" AA LARGE port and petition will be heard Ji}ggs, but fresh daily· from one · on the 26th day of April, 1957, Visi.tors local farm! No Cold Storage Eggs at McDaniels! Mrs. Marian Apland from at 9:30 a.m., at the court room Duluth, Minn .. visited her uncle of . the Probate Department of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Emil ~aid Court, at w!i.ich time and place any person intereste.d in Beyer, last week. Mr. and Mrs. s.aid <?st.ate may ~ppear and file George Sparks from Richland 9bjections thereto a!1d contest have returned home after spend- the same. ing10 days with her parents, Mr. Dated this 29th day of March, and Mrs. McMillan of103rd and 1957. ROBT. L .. DYKEMAN Canyon Road. Clerk of said .Court. Sympathy P~CNIC STYLE • • • By J. W. LCD.GE, Deepest sympathy is f?xtended Deputy. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert P, T\'lrP Kendall O; Halv6rsen of. Canyon road on the sui!den Attorney for the Estate death of Otto D. Holle who came 217 Garfield Street . . . . . . . . here'from Maryville, Kansas five P. 0. Box 2456 Parkland Branch years ago. He was a World War Ttwoma 44, Washington. GRAIN FED • ,. • ., • Published in the Times-Journal ! veteran. Survivors include hi!. April 4, 11, 18, 1957. wife of the home, 1109 East Morton; fl son, six daughters, two State of Washington, Departbrothers and 13 grandchildren. ment of Conservation And YOUNG Register Now Development, Division of Due to the school election in Water Resources. a • • .. • PER~T TO APPROPRIATE the Franklin Pierce district May PUBLIC WATERS OF THE 21, registration books will close STATE OF WASHINGTON April 20. Persons in Bingham, Book No. 29 of Permits, on Grant, Central and Mulvey who a1·0 not registered will find the Page 10570 Under Application No. 13990. books with Mrs. M. S. Rau. 1$ A. H. HOOKER of Tacoma, STEER " ... • Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, Washington is hereby granted a GRanite 8391. . permit to appropriate the following described public waters ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS of the State of Washington, subSealed bids will b.e received ject to existing rights and to the by the undersigned until 8:30 p. following limitations and proviUNSUC'ED. SANDWICH • • m. on the 23rd day of April, sions: P.crmittce shall construct 1957, for the general contract and maintain at his own expense for construction of four school a weir, or other suitable device, rooms and play shed Elementary for measuring any water grantSchool addition for Bethel School ed herein for irrigation purposes District No. 403, Spanaway, and such appropriation shall be Washington subject to a reasonable rotation Bids will be received at the system if ordered by the State Office of the Superintendent of Supervisor of Water Resources. Schools, High School Building: Diversion intake shall be tightly Muck Ieapowsin Road, Sp:;i.naway, screened at all times with wire Washington. In the event of having a mesh opening not greatmailing, address bids to: Mr. er than .125 (1/8) inch. NALL~Y'S Crisp 'n , Dewane E. Lamka, SuperintendP~·iority date of this permit is ent of Schools, Bethel School July 26, 1956. District No. 403, Route 1, Box Source of the proposed ap289-AB, Spanaway, Washington. propriation is Nisqually River Contractors must si1bmit a bid tributary of Puget Sound. to include Architectural, MechanIll Ill Ill The quantity of water approical and Electrical Trades under priated shall be limited to the REG. 39c BAG a general contract. Ill Ill Ill Iii I!! amount which can be beneficialPlans, specifications and cqn- ly applied and not to exceed 0.60 tract documents may be obtained cubic feet per second, or its by bidders at the office of Harry equivalent in case of rotation, to E. Botesch, Architect, Associ- be used for the· following purate F. Edward Brown,504 Com- poses: Irrigation, as more definmerce Building, Everett, Wash- itely set out below. Ii l1il I!! Iii Ill ington. The approximate point of diIii B Iii II " Each prime contract will be version is located at the southallowed one set of drawings and west corner of Govt. Lot 4 and I-Lb. Ctns. specifications upon deposit of points below, sec. 21, T.17N., R. $15.00. 2.E.W.M. being within Govt. Lots Plan holders who do not enter 4 and 5, Sec. 21, Twp. 17 N., Rge. Iii Ill a bona-fide bid,and who do not 2E. W.M., county of Pierce. "' Ill Ill Ill Ill return unmarked and unmutilThe use, or uses, to which atcd plans and specifications at water is to be applied: For Irrileast ten ( 10) days prior to bid gation: 120 acre-feet 0.60 cubic 2-Lb'. Box opening, will forfeit their de- feet per second, from April 15 posits. Additional sets of draw- to October 1 each year, for irriIll Ill Ill ings and specifications may · be gation of 60 acres, described as secured at the cost of printing. follows: Such sets remain the property of South 43.8 acres lot 5 less the Architect and shall be re- power ·right of way, Govt. Lot. 4 turned. less power right of way 27.85 Each b.id shall be accompan - acres. SW~;J,SE'.\i northwesterly ied by a certified check, cash- of Milwaukie right of way 18.5 ier's check, or bid bond, made acres all in sec. 21, T.17N., R.2E. payable to Bethel School District WM. No. 403, in an amount not less Description of Diversion Work than 5 % of the bid, plus all alMultiple gasoline pump diver- · ternates. School Board Directors sion along river. Construction work shall begin reserve the right to waive any informalities or irregularities in on or before April 1, 1958 and any bid or in the bidding, and shall thereafter be prosecuted with reasonable diligence and may reject any or all bids. No bidder may withdraw his completed on or before April 1, PmCES bid after the hour set for the 1959 and complete application of opening thereof or before award water to proposed uses shaii be EFFECTIVE of the contract unless saiCl award made on or before April 1, 1960. Given under my hand and seal is delayed for a period exceedTHURS., SAT., ing thirty ( 30) days. of this office at Olympia, Washington, this 25th day of March, BETHEL SCHOOL THIS WEEB; DISTRICT NO. 403. 19.57. M. G. WALKER ROY C. NIXON State Supervisor of Chairman of the Water Resources. Board. Published in the Times-Journal Published in the Times-Journal April 4, 11, 18, 1957. April 4, 11, 1957. I The annual Easter tea for the James Sales~Parkland area for Girl Scouts and Brownies will be held in the Parkland school auditorium on Tuesday, April lG, frorn 3:15 to 4.:45 ·p..m. The te9. is in honor of the new Scouts of the past vear their mothers . '\Ylsh to begin and girls \Vho scouting. · . . The Flag salute and patr10hc "11 b . b I t song \VI e given y n erme d ... iate troop No. 347; ~nvocation by 5th grade Intermediate troop. 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FOR SALE '56 Chevr".let station wagon 210 4-door with power·, .d · .t 11 $1.G95 SELL OR TRADE gl1 e; mus· se ; , or b es,1. 12c31 APPROX. 1 ',e acres. A-1 soil, offer; Puyallup 5-6596. close in, with good 2-bedroom home, living room, dinette, • Farm Ads 13 kitchen, lots of built-ins, wired 220, utility room, concrete foundation, garage, 2 large chicken houses. Wants 2 bedCIH«:K rooms with 3 or 4 lots South or STARTER East End. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. $150 DOWN - G.I. 3 BEDROOM older home in very good location, living room, dining room, kitchen, wired 220, 3-pc. bath up and 2-pc. down, concrete. foundation, new 2 car garage. Sewer, sidewalks, 2blocks to bus and stores. Price Ill Ill $6,950.00. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Meat 2%. ACRES - $4,250 Per Feed Dollar "Use" 2 BEDROOM home with living Triangle Farm Proven Feeds room, dining room, kitchen, 3pc. bath. Land partly cleared. Edgewood Dist. Some terms if Parker Paints desired. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579.

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& 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estate GR 4888 14660 Pacific Ave. GRAVEL & Board SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers loaded or we haul; GR 7586. I~ FOR SALE - 125 Ft. good water • Work Wanted 3ctf front property on Lake Ohop. Cleared, level with good beach. CHILD CARE in my home, day or 14c31 Reasonable. Inquire Point Ohop. weekly; GR 4185. 9c31 WOULD LIKE baby sitting job at my home, GR 0351. 14c33 Jennie L.• Grodvig WELL DRILLING CHILD CARE at my home days and evenings; GR 5024. 14c32 JACUZZI PUMPS Insurance of All Kinds Sales & Service ti Miscellaneous 15 Notary Public Service on All Pumps Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 8609 Office ~t. 1, Box 4'15, Spanaway, Wn. 802 Garfield St., Parkland Phone GRanite 4748 OWEN TAYLOR, Service Man "Deal with the people who give you their personal attention." LA 8043 30 Day Free Trial FOR SALE BY OWNER-Summit 20 Year Guarantee District, 4 acres, cleared. House FAST PHOTO SERVICE In has 3 bedrooms, . living room, Goodyear Air Foam at' 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY cabinet kitchen, bath and util- Famous Red-Llne Foundation PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa- ity rooms. Hay barn, 7 stancific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf G~iol).s, ·.. chicken house, garage. Parkway Furniture GR 3941 ''E,u,,; chandy, lj;l2,950 fu11 price. 141st<&. Pac. Ave. Open Tm· 9 :00 p ..m. I .$4,000 down. 10611 East Burnett. 9p32 FOR SALE - 14 foot rowboat lj;35; automatic toaster $10; GR 6312. 15c31 McMENAMIN'S

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BEP'I'IC ·.TANKS CLEM.rED- PA.R,KLAND HEATING CO., servContents . hauled away. Don ice for any type heating unit; Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, Hl>,. parts and filters; Williams Oil7334. If no answer call HA 0-Matic low pressure furnaces; 9222. 3ctf 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf

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BEAUTY SHOP WILL TRADE sign painting for STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. 72nd and Portland Ave. 5.502 PACIFIC AVENUE interior house decorating; HU- ICE: Top soH, sandy loam, peat bbard 0537. 3c31 fertilizer; HI 2305 or GR 8259. CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of A LITTLE gold mine! Owner has 3ctt all kinds; WA 6952. 3ctf to quit working immediatelydoctor's orders. For more inGRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; formation, call Barney McFadWELL DRU.UNG leveling; weekend deliveries; den, Graham, 7-7337, or Miclt, Tank Sell'Vice GR 7391. 3ctl MA 6355 or HI 8408. Berkeley Pump1 r;' 'P MM M .GR OHOP LAKE - $2500 e JETS Pumping - Credit - Cleaning $ SUBMERSIBLES NICE 1-room cabin, sandy beach, no bank, highway frontage. • C!iNTRIFUGALS G TURBIN.ES Call Barney :McFadden, Graham ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING G.RAVELCO. 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI Mile B Service, Airport & Vickery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf 8408. Puyallup 5-2198 for DelivSPANAWAY ery or will load your truck. PRUNING, SPRAYING; lawn Tacoma Pump Pit at end of 23rd Ave. 16 ACR1'~S mowing service; reasonable S.E. Puyallup. BEAUTIFUL acreage for motel rates; Parkland area; HU 1605. WeH . Drilling Co. or trailer court. Approximately 3ctf Rt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma Screened Rd. Gravel 10 acres has been cultivated, Trades Ter.ms Crushed Rock -Top balance nice firs and view. For 1 DABlE further information call Barney Soil • Drain Gravel WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, McFadden, Grabam 7-7337, or level buildings; crubinet work, T. V. SERVICE 6 Days a Weck Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. concrete work. Reasonable, Prompt Service Anytime GR 3550. MA 0706. 3ctf Work & Parts Guaranteed McMENAMIN'S MOVINC - Leveling, GENERAL CONTRACTING-Free HOUSE 8408 foundations; cement work; 3514 Pacific Ave. estimates; home repairs, paint- free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf -----·~---------ing inside and out, plumbing, ROTOVATING & TRACTOR fencing, block work; patios; no WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma job too small, reasonable rates. Chesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. Phone Peter Warchol, or in& Income Property 3ctf quire 11509 South Sheridan. IDEAL for family man. 125 foot Clean, Neat, Efficient Service 3c31 frontage on Pacific Ave. with 2 AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up- GR 7,158. story building on 3 lots of 65 holstery & convertible tops inSpecialists In foot dcpt.h. l four room apt. stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 SEPTIC TANK Moisture Control with bat.h, two room apt. and p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS three room apt. with common CLEANING IS THE PAINT ON YOllR &. UPHOLSTJ.;RY SHOP, 816 So. bath, up. Completely furnished. Tacoma Ave., MA 2200. 3ctf HOUSE PEELING"? Prompt Service 2 _store rental units down. Bldg. wired 220 and of excellent conC. V. Hutson "A Satisfied Customer struction with basement and HA 7038 H.1 3980 Is Our Greatest Asset" coal stoker. Bachelor cabin at rear. Total possible income, $216 SMITH CA.BINET SHOP-Re· per month. Garden space. Near 'l'cnns ii preferred modeling, kitchen cabinets; we sc:h;ml an_d ?hurches in g?od sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span. busmcss dist.net and on bus !me. away; GR 7949. 3ctf Owner will ,~arry contract with less than l; 0 down. New & Used Machinery

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RAY GOGA'N Landscape COn· SZ:l1\'2 Park A'l!f!. HI 3117 WANTED - Man under 55 to i;truction. Puyallup sandy loam ~~ ~ - q buy working share. Steady top soil, new lawns;, nothing ~ down, 30 monil1s to pay. GR POWER MOWERS sharpened work, no lay-cffs, Phone HA 5c31 3127. 3ctf B;nd serviced; pick-up BII1d de- 1068 or GR 4107. llvery; Baldwin & Son 947 PLOWING, rotovaring, leveling, Tacoma Ave .• MA 3431. ' 3ctf & lawns; R. D. Beeler, GR 4940 . FOUND-. Pair glasses !;1st week, Seti ,·icinit.y H6th and Ainsworth; STORKVIU•.E owner identify and pay for ed; BULLDOZING BABY SHOP GR 6991. 6ct£ T • , . m ,,' . Evi;ry,tiilng For Elaby ...,evelmg,.Back F .. _, Clea.ing Including Fill Dfrt, _Top Soil, I. Ie F urn .. 1•"uFe 1 __ _Ditching ._ • 'l.luven • \Nanted To ··-Manning & ~m~tn 1111 1Hns Pac. Ave. GR 4664 . ' CASH for Ii vestock of all kinds. GR. 3930 . SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con Also wanted live cattle £o1· mink tracti:ng and appliances; free feed. WA 6797, ELMER MACK8ctf FOUNDATIONS, additions, r·e- engLneering ser\lice for electric IN; MA 3565. modelmg Free estimates. Fin. heat; GR 7004. 3c:ti' 1 HIGHES'I CASH PF.JC'.E0 t"aid for ;mdn;,. no down pa:nnent. -ernelte:r pols a~1d leg -timber. Phone Ell 70CIO anytime. &tf DON.' 1' e11cour3.ge dishonesty; Set! locks keyed, con1 bi11at.io.ns Call evenings. GR 5972. 'TRACTOR WORI'i:, plowmg and changed: Parkland Cycle & DRIVE SAFELY Ci:icing; GR:- -4444, 93rd a:ud Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRar,ite Sotf SAVE A. LIFE Vi~kery Roil.d. ;letf . 5772.

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BRICK WORK House leveling and foundations, retaining SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Rewalls, sidewalk and patios, fire- place and repair work. 3 years place and stone work, GR 4291. to pay; LA 8734 - HI 5945. 3ctf 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS & WATER BRICK & BLOCK WORK; LINES INSTALLED. Riley fireplaces a specialty; GR 742.8 Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or 3ctf GR 3204. 3ctf

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KITCHEN CA'BINETS comer sheltve,'{, book cases; bfrdh, !fir or knotty pine; 1bunt to yoU!l" specilfications; get ,fue bes1t for

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The Grandmothers Sunshinco club No. 250 will meet Friday, April 12, at the home of Mrs. Miles lJeWilt, 608 Gth Ave. SvV, Puyallup, with luncheon at 12:30. Mrs. E. A Laucnborg will preside. Rebekahs Rebekahs attending the District No. 3 meeting at Fern Hill Saturday, April 6, were Mesdames Ernest Robinson, Carter Larson, Albert Nelson, Victor Anderson, E. Tinius, Guy Norman, Miles DeWitt, H. Sund. B qmst, . M. VanHorn, L... Lyman, M" . Napier and W. Huff and iss Thelma Funk. Church News "The Ideal Monarch" is the sermon theme of the Rev. Paul Nelson for the 11:00 o'clock Palm Sunday service. At 7:00 p. m. he will speak on "Faces Around the Cross." Sunday school is at 9:45; people of the area are cordially invited to all services. Visitors Mrs. Tillie Anderson of Racine,

Committees have been announced for the Bethel Hi Senior Ball April 26 in the high school auditorium. Dolores Dworsky and James Dean, co-chairmen of the annual event, have released the following information: Decoration committee is headed by Earl Ogden with Sonja Langtwait and Mike McMullin acting as his helpers. Pene Erickson heads the refreshment committee, assisted hy Betty Garrison, Sharon Saunders and Dolores Otterstad. The floor and flower committee consists of Nancy Lyons and Kay McGee. The publicity committee is headed by John Cruzan, aided Hy Mickey Hamlin, Bill Jorden, JoAnne Pond, Nancy Williamson, Sonja Langtwait and Floyd T<1y,_ lor. Bethel Hi Lunch Menu April 15-19 Monday - Beef and noodles, Wis., is visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ander- milk, bread and butter, canned tomatoes and apple jelly with son. Mrs. B. Carey of Bellingham cinnimon sauce. Tuesday - Creamed chipped and Mrs. Prudence Campbell of Tacoma were guests over the beef on biscuits, corn, milk, weekend at the home of their bread and butter and fruit cup Holiday. sister, Mrs. E. Lauenborg. Wednesday Spanish style Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, baked beans, milk, bread and Graham 7 -7640. butter, cole slaw and canned El' The first submarine to actual- berta peaches. ly sink another enemy vessel Weddings under combat conditions was the Marilyn Dunn, granddaughter Confederate "Hunley" built dur- of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McGee of ing the Civil War. the McGee Rest Home, will FOR SALE - Used heaters &t marry Keith W. Draper April 19. Parkland Fuel Oil Service; Sid Stolp, former Bethel stuGR 8684; 120th & Paciftc Ave. dent, is to be married April 20 15ctf to Patricia Smith. Best wishes to these two ti SAWDUST couples! SHAVINGS Here on Duty Joyce Loveland, a Bethel high UPLAND SLAB school graduate, was one of the G. ANDERSON nurses sent to the district for the Polio shots in the schools. CO. Visits BR 8311 . Mary Loveland, former resident, spent last week visiting USED BARGAINS BEDROOM set ,vanity, large Carol Brown and seeing many mirror, slipper chair, chest, bed, of her old friends. double coil spring, clean innerIn Australia spring mattress, complete $79. Don Burrington, son of Mr. Simmons bed chair $19. Used and Mrs. Wally Burrington, has davenport & chair $39.50. In- arrived in Sidney, Australia, ner spring mattress $17.50. where he will be stationed. Foam rocker, good cover $22.50. Reporter - Mrs. Ted OtterOccasional tables, from $3.95. / stad, GRanite 7658. PARKWAY FURNITURE 141st & Pac. Open ti1L9. , GR 39-11. 15c31 WOO:OLAND ••• PARKLAND FURN.IT..Jn:E New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Ave. Hesi. dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf

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SAWDUST, free for the taking; COPE BROS., buyers Qif all 15c31 kinds of poultry; 102 South GR 7857. 72nd St., HA 4406. 15ct1 TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. Fai1cy Bantams ginning and advanced. Call Jim FOR SALE 15ctf and chickens; Polish and Blue Nylander, GR 057"1. Egg Bantams, also four \11,Thite SALE Green ware at cost; Chinese breeder geese; reason- Spanaway Ceramic Shop, April able; GR 6625. 15c31 12 and 13, 2 - 5 p.m. 15p31 FOR SALE OR TRADE '39 LARGE SHRUBS Buick truck in good shape; trade for steer, tractor, or sell; At Big Discount For ImmediGR 0484. 15p31 ate Sale. See Sign at Airport and Vickery Road. TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET EARLE'S classes. All ages. Mi '1 d re d EVERGREENS Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf FOR SALE - l4'x70" wide beam boats $275 unpainted; work FOR SALE - Chain saw, 18-inch bar; runs fine,$85; Also 2-man guaranteed; Bantam_Boat Co., 15p31 84th & Waller. Rd. 15ctf life raft; GR 5427.

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FOR SALE - Bathtub fittings, almost new lavatory with fittings, oil heatei·, breakfast table, baby buggy. 300 wood columns 6 in by 9 It. 50c each, excellent for carports. 1617 So. l08\h (Sales Road); GR 4871. 15c31 , , . _ . .. . O~L F.OR LESS _if :youhve w1thm ~ miles of o~r plant: Why .P".Y more 1 han 16c for Diesel Oil m 2.?<J-gallon lots'? LAPENSKI'S HOJ;<l~ OF CLEAN OILS, 9;20 Pac1f1c Ave. GR 8173. l::ictf NEW SCHICK (25) $20; Whirlaway spinning pole with self inclosed reel and 150-yard line $15; 1920 East 112th, GR 4073. 15c32

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Mrs. Dwight Vereen, Gei·man bride of a returned American soldier, was honored Sunday afternoon with a baby shower at the home of Mrs. Augu~t St. Pierre. The event was a delightful novelty to the honor guest, since baby showers are unknown in her native land. Games, refreshments and the opening of the many gifts highlighted the occasion. Present were Mrs. Ted Kraus of Tacoma, Mrs. Trudy Lutz of Lakewood, Mrs. Lloyd Bate, Mrs. Ben Ruyle, Mrs. Bertha Butts, the Misses Rosie Abanas, Frances Smith, Marlene, Gale and Dale St. Pierre, the hostess and honor guest. To Tacoma 11/Ir. and Mrs. Proctor Gray and family have moved from Woodland road to Lincoln Heights, Ta-

FOR SALE - New Puget Beauty con1a. The son, Brian, Vlas a Strawberry Plants. WA 7893 student at Woodland school. evenings. 15ctf Woodland P-TA Woodland P-TA will meet FriBABY F'UIL.1\fITURE, new and day, April 12, in the school gym, nsed, for sale or rent; with Curt Bargmeycr, Guidance SMALL :F'RY EXCHANGE 1109 Market St., BR 9505. Councilor of the Puyallup high 13ctf school, as guest speaker. There FOR SALE - •;,5 G.E. lJeLuxe will be dance numbers and the 24-inch range, used short time :Zml grade pupils will entertain. only; GR 0683. 15c:'i2 The 2nd grade mot.hers in char~c - - - · - - of refreshments ai·e Mrs. Gol'C!on SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES- David, Mrs. Norman Ward, Mrs. Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann Ernest Templin and Mrs. George Bakery. 15ctf Hopkins. The next executive FOR SALE - Frigidaire, excel- board meeting will be April 30 lent condition, $75; or trade foi· at the Fred Sutter home. locker beef or ? Phone Roy 175. Dinner, Carnh•al 15p31 A ham dinner and carnival will bP. held at Woodland school Estimates For ••• May 4, with Woodland P-TA in charge. Home Wir.h1g Remodel, Dryers, Electric Heat, Joir1 Reserves Emergency Service Call Robert Elsdon, Robert, 1\k· Mahon, Clifford Keller and Ron· WEBB ELECTRIC Days GR 7463. Eve. GR 4437 aid Sheldon have joined the Marine Corps Reserves.

for PIANO LESSONS -- Classical and modern. Reasonable rate. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctl FOR SALE - 7 acre valley farm; SPECIAL 8xl0 photos $2.00 each. 3-bedroom home; spring water, ham, rhubai·b house; 2 miles Billfolds $4.50 dozen. Family southeast of Sumner on school Portrait Studio, 8411 South FOR SALE - cmCKEN FERTIL· 15ct.f IZER; you haul; GR 3950. 15p31 bus line; $10,500; phone Puyal- Park. lup 5-4082. 9c31 FOR SALT~ - 'fhick Butt RoofLEAVE FILM at Quality Bhot,o ing, Rock Wool; will sell cheap; Service for developing. In at ti 10 GR 8018. 15c31 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. 15c1lf FOR RENT - 1-bedroom houcde Ace Dirt Movim;w Co. in Parklar1d, unfurnished; $40. EASTER BASKETS and a wide Or will sell, small down pay- BULLDOZING • DITCHING assortment of gilts. ALL.ISON'S ment; will handle contract; in- GRAVEL • TOP SOIL- SEPTIC VARIETY, 99th & Portland quire 6822 South Yakima. l0c31 TM'1KS - DRAIN FIELDS. Avenue. 15c31 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Phone Puyallup 5·2452 FOR SALE - '56 G.E. DeLuxe 1.."lctf THIS nice SINGER portable 24-inch range, used short time sev.?ing machine i..va..s :returnEd only; GR 0683. 10c3l __ with only 7 payments of $:5 owTACOMA UPHOLSTERY FOR RENT - Furnished apart- Special 011 reupholstering dav. ing: or will discou11t fc-1· c~c:h. _...,.,_,.,.,., v.::.fc.Y.:>1-irc.c;; vc.n11irPrl· i?.fi. Pnport chafr. as low as $129. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 15c31 M~~do~.~ GR-0569.- Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Ivlarket St., FU 2J::J1. ioctf Free estimates; HA 6955, GR ROTOTILLING. with large · roto0327. , 15ctf tiller; $5 first hour, S4 i1er hour Repair Service H LOST JOB and can "t pay for late aft~r; HUbba1·d 1755. 3!"'31 niodel GJ~J. \7acuU"n1 cleaner 1vit11 WASHING MACHINE PART'S. 2tt.arh1!v:nts; take over $17 baJ~ • H~n.el'i = Equip. I 6 Largest stosk i11 towu, Repair. cu1ce at $5 each month and get i11g tl1at pleases. B.B.'s Wasiher fr(!e home demonstration. UF- F'OR SALE Gentle horses, Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9400. 'r~N ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Mar- Shetlands, Welch ponies; terms, llctlf ki!t St., FU :l551. l5c31 trades; 11824 Wallbr Rd. 16ctf for appointment to sec further information.

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Collins Ne\vs Chairmen appointed by Collins P-TA to arrange for moving the trees planted at the school as memorials to World War I veterans of the community arc Mrs. Fred Most, Mrs. Max Effenberger and Mrs. A. 0. An· derson.. School ground impmve• ments make the move necessary. P-TA Date Changed Collins P-TA will meet Wednesday, April 17, instead. of the usual Thursday date. The Franklin Pierce grade school honor band will provide entertainment, Plant Sale Ladies of the Summit Methodist church will hold a plant sale in the Summit Trading Co. store Saturday, April 13, starting at 9:30 a. m. Grange The regula1· meeting of Collins Grange No, 893 will be held in the hall this (Thursday) evenh"\g with Agriculture as the theme. l. L. Larson of the Roy Grange will speak on "Farmers at the Crossroads." All Grangers are urged to attend. At a recent meeting awards were given to Secretary Cleo Nelson, Home,., Executive Chairman Esther H~rnbuckle and Lecturer Birdie Parker in recognition for outstanding work in 1956. These awards are made possible by co-operation of all members. · Palm Sunday Sermon Ted Smith, acting pastor of Collins community S u n d a y school, announces "The WHY of the Cross" as the topic for his Palm Sunday sermon at 11:00 a. m. Apl'il 14. Guests Mrs. Florence Van de Sandh and daughter Marjorie from Gilford, Mont., are visith1g at the home of her brother and family, the !{enncth Shafers. New Address Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shafer (Sharon Johnson) are now living at 2211 "1t.h Ave., Park Lane ·apartments Apt. 204, San Diego, Calif. Sympathy Deepest sympathy of friends lo l\!Jrt'. Rl'Y Walters whose father. George fJohnson 1 passed awny Satunlay 1n Vancouver, \Vash~

Also to Howctrd Boyles on the death of his father in Spokane recently. Repoi·te1· - Burgeson.

Notice!

Notice is hereby given that !.he Board of Directors of Pierce Count.y School District No. ~l'.H shall hold lheii· budget hearing on the 18th day of Apdl, 1957, at the hour of 8:00 o'clock p. m. at th" Lacamas School, Rt. l, Box 142, Roy, Wash. This i1otice is submitted .as required by Chapter 216, Laws of 1953 of the State of Wash· Airman 3 / c Ga1-y S. l\iilton, i11gton. Alberta Gizer, Clerk. USAF, formerly stationed at Sheppard AFB in Texas, has been Recent graduates from rccruif; spending his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milton trnining at the Nava.I Training of Graham. after which he 1·e- Center, San Diego, are Everett ports for duty at Davis AFB in ,J. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mn>.. 0. E. Rogers of 439 South 95th Arizona. street; Robert V. Pollard, soil. United States subrUa1·h1·es sar1k of 1virs. C. G. Baker of 857 South 214 naval and 1178 n1erchant 84th street, and Francis L. Cam" vessels h1 '\~iol'ld \:\i:ar II opera.. me!, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. tions againE:t ths Axis po\vGrs. Cammel of 921 South 99th streEt. lilllllAHAP

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subm .. it th. ese t:> t.h·e bo;;1·. r. d Ly July 15, 19::>7, serv1ci;;s done by the clµbs to be counted fro.m July 15, 1956. The members of the committee feel this 1$ one way to make know.n the many g(}oicl deeds ac. co:rnplishe<l by i:hJ? yl)uth organ· izations and give hcnors where honors are d11e. Judges for. the prpject .arf!. an" onymous, rf!liable persons who will be introduced at the fair. The Winner! Cliff S.:;inn.telson took home O'l . lovely electric fry pan.after being ju<:lged the "mysti;>ry guest" at the Me,rch 30 .P-TA t>iizaa;-.

FORGET ,ME-NOT ,CAFE 751 112th Street

Sunday 10 till 6 I-four!'l: Weekly 6 till 8 Serving-· DINNER LUNCH BREAKFAST Sµnday Spedal: Chicken &.Dumplings .. $1.00 Merchants Lunch . . • • • • . . • 85c

Clover Crt:el• Mentl for Tuesday, Tuesday, April 11): Roast t\;lr)rny with dressil)g and grav:Y, buttered; green. beans, celery and carrot sticks, hot roll with buttei', milk, fruit ,'folio with ;vhipp<;d cream. \Vomen's Club The Clover Creek Women's ,club will meet .,April 11 for 1uncheon at the ho)lle of Mrs. Leroy Gannon. Preschool Dewain Lamka, superintendent of the Bethel district, will be the Speaker at the April 24 !Ileetip15 of Glover Creek Presch'o01. }Iis t<;>p,ie ls "kih<l.S!i'garten." There will also be a barbershop quai-· tet. Church Notes The Young People will sponsor the movie, "Wire Tappers," April 15 at 7:30 p.m.

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th\3 Qanyon noad .· Community The TIMES - JOURNAL hall. Mrs. Henry Hoskins, 15uest ~......~~--~~...-.~~~~-~~ ~--~~~......~~----~~ speaker, ;vill discuss birds. Slides husband; of Mrs. EUJ;:a:1;iet.l:! Tresch will l;ie shown. Hostesses for the of 9\010 Easst Mi;idi;Jon St, Al.so evening will be :Betty Terp, NeoAmo~1{l Pierce county men who Jerrold B. Simon o{ Rt .. 3; Box Por)'t forget the to)l'tl'l::IUnity n1i Dungay and Catherine BenPnlist'?d in the U. S. Afr Force 263, was processed ahd rated potlUcJ, .dinner In the hall this n•·ts, during March wei·e Paul G. :ully qusJific<:l for the .Aviation (Thursday) . cvehi':'g '.'t 6:30 • Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Cadet program. o'clock.. Be sur<;> to come ar;td have NCt&Ce mond E. Baird .of 780.1 Easst p !l good dinner {'lr;td hear our guest p t' · h ; · tl t St.: Timothy O'Erien, son of Mr. speaker,.. R<:p. Gleason of the ' .ob1ced1sf ·d~re)yt g1vefnp· rn and I)RIVE SAFELY Mr.~. Harold T. O'Brien of 27th district, speaking on rec<:nt t1te oar 0 tree ors 0 tercc ~ t ·11 . d w·n d A 'l' h 1 SAVE A LIFE ar · resc • happenings . at Olyi:npia. Brin;; County School District' No. 324 . .J.a onvi e, an sha)l co.nduet a public hearing , · ------.;__ycmr neighbrw. . Birthday Party rc~arding the propositfon toward VAUGHAN'S VALUES Th{;) 70th birthday of Mrs. building the Bethel Junior high 4118 1/4 " V Gi·oove . E!;lch Mary R11.schner was mad<: the oc- school at a special meeting to Mahpgany Pa;nels ........... ,$4.95 casion for a fetmily gathering at be held on the 15th <;lay of ApriJ, the ho)l'te of her. son-in-law and 1957, nt the hour of 8:30 o'qlo{)k 4>;8 %" Utility Grade . . .l);ach d~ughter, the Robert Ladwigs of at the Lacamas Coµnnunity hall, Bnrch Panels ............. , .. , ...$4095 White road; there were ;l7 pre- This notice 1$ pu].)lisheq as re1/2x6 X Grade Per 100 Ft. sent. Happy birthday, 'Mrs. Rusch- quired by Chapter 216 Laws of Cedar Siding ............ , .. ,. ... $3.25 ner! 1953 cf the State of Was):i.ing'The· Canyon Road G~.rden club ton. Outside White Per. Gal: Mr$. Albert Kizer•. Clerk

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Elbe News The Wayside Mission will hold Easter Services at 11:00 Easter morning, the Rev. John Christensen of Tacoma bringing the message. Everyone welcome. Odd Fellows The Odd Fellows held a District meeting in the Elbe hall Sa turc day, April 6, with about 75 members present for the afternoon and evening session. Sick List Mrs. Ella Bain, who underwent major surgery in St. Johesph's hospital a couple of weeks ago, is doing as well as could be exP!O!cted. Mrs. Ted Kirkpatrick will bring her 'to stay with her here as soon as 'the hospital releases her.

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Daryll H. Deritis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aldon Deritis of 8048 East C street, recently completed the 11 week basic training course of the U. S. Marine Corps at San Diego, Calif.

Friends, neighbors and relatives have arranged a reception LIGHTEST honoring Mr. and Mrs. Othnial Shockley of 9508 East Madison avenue for their golden wedding anniversary, to be held in the Midland Improvement club hall Sunday, April 14, from 2:00 to 4:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Shockley were married April 12, 1907, in Zanesville, Ohio, and have lived in Washington for 50 years. They f• have five children: Mrs. Pearl ~ Bryson of McMinnville, Oregon; ~ Mrs. Josephine Bair of Richmond, M C 11 h California; Richard Shockley of C U OC Alburquerqµe, New Mexico; Mrs. model Elsie M, Frye of., Howe, Indiana, and Warren 0. Shockley of Mt. Pier.ce County Dairy Wives :.vill Vernon, Ohio. Mrs. Shockley's hold the regular meeting Tues- sister, Mrs. Ollie Brock, from day, April 16, at Nettie's Cafe, Zanesville, Ohio, is here visiting ' . 1111 with luncheon at 1:00. Claude and will be at the. celebration. The Shockleys also have 15 Designed with the professional logger Doran will .be the speaker, show. ing pictures of his trip last sum- grandchildren and 11 great- In mind, the All-New McCulloch mer. grandchildren. Model 55 is the lightest of all Wisconsin Club of Tacoma will . Mr. and Mrs. Shockley were big-timber saws - just bold the regular , ino'rithly pot- instrumental in organizing a 24 power-packed pounds I luck supper Sunday, April 14, in group to build the Midland Imthe basement of the Odd Fellows provement club hall. Grand- Features like these make tho Temple, Sixth and Fawcett ave- daughters who will assist in serv- gear-drive 55 a standout! ing at the reception will be Mrs. e Two-position blade mount for nues. Joan Royse, Mrs. Shirley Barbucking and low stump fellin11 clay, and Miss Nancy Shockley. • Unmatched Jugging ability A cordial invitation is extended to all friends and neighbors of • Lowest silhouetut for easy the honored couple. ~ carrying in woods

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lutes uoen Home uase Gladiators lnvad~ S'PC. Fort Lewis On .Road Trips The Pacific Luthera'n. Glad.iators open their 1957 home baseball season Wednesday as they hqst Westt!n1 Washington College at Cheney· Field. Today and Tuesday however, the Lutes invade Fort Lewis and Seattle Pacific. Handling the hurling duties for the Lutes will be Jerry Larson, Chuck Curtis Ardeen Iverson Wally Stencil' and Marv Boland'. !v'E)rson · is the only left-hander on the mound staff. ·· Startel'S (Joach Marv Harshman's prob• ab.le starting lineup may incluP,~ Bob Roiko, catcliing; Larry Gol11ick, first; Don May, second; G 1 en n Campbbell, shortstop; I,arry Lane, tli!rd; and Ron Mc· Ales~er, ~on Kittles?y and T~rry Golmck m the. outfield. The· game at Fort Lewis will be with the .8th Infantry and will be held at Cowan Stadium Q.t 4 p. m. It will be the first gll,me for the Army nine. Remaining Schedule Thursday, April 11-8th In.j.a,ntry at Fort Lewis. ¥ Tu~sdey, April 16-Seattle Pa·

.. c1f1c College at Sea:tle. Wednesday, April 17-Western Washington at Cheney Field. Tuesday, April 23-Seattle U at Seattle. Friday, April 26-College of Puget Sound at CPS. , '.J:'uii~day, April 30-Seattle Pacific at Cheney Field. Monday, May 6 Western Washington at Bellingham. Saturday, May U-U of Washington at Cheney Field. . Friday, Ma? 17-,,-Puget Sound at Cheney F1eld.

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Bob Sparling, Pacific Lutheran College student, literally hurned up the College Golf Course last weekend by winning the opening medal tourney of the 1957 golf season and ticing the course record. Sparling, who fired a 65, which tied the course ma1·k. of Torp Peluso, had a 8 handicap which With lowland fishing season just a few days away gave him a net 57 for tourney the Depastment of Fisheries sent out a release conhonors. Following the Lute student cerning the 1956 salmon season in Washington state. Sports salmon anglers in Washington State during was Ron Gratis with a 61 .coming from a 74 round minus a 13 1956 caught more salmon than in any previous year, handicap. Erv Marlow ·Jr. with with both the chinook catch and that of silvers break-' 74-11 for 63 and Jim Hill with ing all records. 72-9 for 63 were tied for third. In the second di vision .. Bud . . 1 Swanson fired a 80 with a 18 Catch estimates, compiled from ooathouse rehandicap for a net of 62 to ports, boat and creel counts by biologists and patrol take division honors. Cliff Olson officers, show that a total of 681,500 salmon were followed closely with 79-16 for landed by sportsmen in 1956. a 63. ~hird pl'.'ce went' to Ro. Individual fisherman's "trips" on Puget Sound land Wilson with 85-20 for 65 . ·. and Larry Olson, 83-18 for 65. were estimate.ct at 752,000, at Wes!por~, 100,000. . t cl b . . . . . ···a . These, plus trips to La Push, Columbia River, TokeA ccord mg o u pro an l cl d b t l . b -· · .. · manager Joe Greco, 5·llinksters .~n . an .·Y s ream ang.e1.s, nng the total of lllentered the tourney which mark- .d1v1dual trips near the m1!11on mark. ed the official opening of the * * * * 1957 golf season in this area. The silver catch totaled 357,850, chinook landNext weekend a Sweepstakes ings, 323,350. Chinook catches, particularly in southTournaament is scheduled at ern Puget Sound and Elliott Bay, included many Highland Golf Course.

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South End fishing fiends will head for the streams and lakes this weekend and with the stroke of midnight thousands of anglers will drop their lines into the waters to open the 1957 Washington state lowland lake fishing .. Experts estimate that up to 400,000 anglers will hit the waters throughout the state. Local lakes suc.h as Spanaway, Clear Lake Kapowsin Lawrence Al' . . ' ' der, Smc!air are expec:ed to be loaded with expectant fishermen. Experts further stated that the weather will decide the size and the amount of fish taken. The weather presently is lagging about a week behind. The season is opening one week earlier than in 1956, Outlook Terrific Despite the weather, experts added ihat 'the take should be "terrific" • • • record breaking or not. The experts also said .that if the anglers thought it was jammed last year . . . just wait until you try to launch your boat this Sunday.morning. They said the late spring and early opener is making a double dose of anglers.

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Lu Hedberg took high singles and series honors in the Para• dise Pinettes Bowling League last week with a 191 and 524. Meanwhile Tacoma Rubber continued to hdld first spot in team standings. J.if ~.AKl!WOOD.CENTER LA 418!. .. Liz Jowett and Pete Manry ;·'[.' ·.',: -..•. • _SpeclaliZl.·n_g. In C.bildren's S&oe6 ,, 706 ST. HELEN'S A VE. MA 6318 I also hit in the .500's with 511 and 500 respectively. Splits were ;* picked up by Evelyn Bloom, ti ••- - - - - - - - - - - - - - . Pete Manry, Rika Toporke, Myrtle Hildebrand and Lois Faulk. See Page 8 Edith Karnay still holds the Local enthusiasts are remindhigh game record with 233 and Liz Jowett has a 574 high series ed of Page 8 in this week's Times-Journal and, are urged to record. take advantage of the special Robert Fulton, inventor of the fishing opening offers. 10331 PACIFIC AVE. steamboat, was an avid submarine enthusiast. He built several ' st.ibmc-rsih1e v.r3.rships, one of Arabbelle Frerichs paced the which was known. as the NautilEager .Beavers League with 443 series and Marge Gidby took single honors with 165 this week.

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Ruth Lamburger with a high ' series of 459 and Lou Sheh- and Seattle Pacific College whipped the Pacific Lutheran 'Colrege Parkland Pharmacy &: Audrey Johnson with 168 high singles took individual honors Gladiators in a dual track mc:et in the Rolling Bee Bowling league Junior 83-48 last week, b,ut two Lute last week. dindermen set new school recParkland Drug and Fletcher's Carlson Brothers continued to ords. junior bowling teams will play lead in team standings with <Tohn Fromm, the national for the league crown Saturday NAIA jave.lin champion, heaved after the two teams won the Parkland Pharmacy second and H & W Wiring third. the spea1·· 222 feet, 8 inches to first and second half titles. Splits were picked by Ruby break the former PLC record of Leaders in last week play in201 feet. Fromm also ·had the cluded Dick Devereaux with 525 Hansen, Delores Satterlee, Marge old record. His toss last week- and 212 and Jan Marshal with Speer, Mary Paton and Lucille Smatters. end was his best effort of the 383 and 14b. year. In the Franklin Pierce Junior To rig for d!ving in a modern Ted Siek, returning to PLC loop Morris Bush had 490 a~d submarine, ·the crew must con· after serving in the Army, ran a 4:28.7 mile to break the tied with Jim Klockner with 206 duct 225 individual operational and equipment checks. former PLC mark of 4:29. Jim for singles. Joyce Benson had 157 and Sharon Buy had 416. Lund set the old time in 1951. Other winners for the Lutes

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b_P,:tl~fit o.f.·- qi-gztnizntion to supPol·t his cau~e". RecenHy an Orting dairyman putchasf)d a truckload of Easkm ~V!l.Shington alfalfa. He exper· ienced sick cO\Vs and rcdu~c·d tnilk checks as the direct result qf cattle poisoning from eating lupine (a poispn \Veed) that was present in con~iderable quantity in the purchased. hoy. One of th.e immediate objectives of the local Ol'gnnizing Federation group is to seek hay grading and the imposing of mor., responsibility on the seller. Diseaw control program, milk marketing, inspection and legislation are other problem fields for dairymen that the 011ganizing committee feels the new· Dafry

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Though farmers sre traditionally over•Wor)ter and ttndm:ittid, all of them ben2fit as a r;;~ult of the community and ge.neral orEDnization f.'ffo~ts hr so.me of them. .Just no'\v John Rasmussen and I. L. Larson of Roy; Chester Gibbs ol: :!luckley and Maurice De Muynck of South Prairie are faking valuable pei·sonal time to call on neighbor l;lairymen for the pm·pose of enlisting them in the Pierce Col)nty unit of tho Washington State .PairY, Federation. Though an indivitlual farmer

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--'$y .fomcph Buhaly Forest improveinent work has tsken ari added impetus with the encouragement of the ACP payments made through the; Agncuiturn! Stabili=ation and Coi:.·1e1vation Service. Planting trees has been a pDpu!ar practice on idle acres. P0rsons recently signed up for the $25 per thousand trees planted paymerrt include the Enumclaw Lumber Company, Enumclaw: J. Kelley, William Stoel;, Paul Alvestad and Douglas M. Bab• cock, all of Gig Ha1·bor. Lloyd Hopkins of Span:nvay is also inforested in planting nnd hcts signed up for 20 ncrcs.

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<luciion ttnrl thP O\Vner $10 tn $15 pt?-1' al're· .tser year 01 rr1orc. --By Lorraine A. lfoglJeg WLy d9 4-fi boys and girl> leUi:'n to judge their products? This is a question which peopie c.ften Mk. The ans\i:er l.D thi;i qu2stion is to acquire the ability to make wise decision;; based on unde1·standing and facts. If you can h0lp boys and girls learn to choose ·what ·will be most useful and w)uit will give lasting satisfaction, they have gained much in day by day living. The membei·s of 4-H judge by colnparing one article or product with another, or with .a st.and.. ard. Keeping in mind the whole 1

ho\v the art.it:lt? is to be used. Be :r1;.ust be able, to.stntM th2 re[lsqng o.n vthich the opinion is based 2Jso. The. goals in jliclging f.jre tQ r.n ea sure the \Vo1·kruanship, sharpen the power of obse1va: tion and improv0 the project and methods. The effect of the experience of judging is what the 4-H p1·ogmm vrilucs most. The aims arc foir play, respect for the opinion of others, keeping an open mind, backing the opinions by reasons and willingn<?SS to try again. The value of judging articles of clothing •vas demonstrnted to a 4-H club in. Midland by the leader M1;s .. Robert Lewis. Work articles such as pin cushions, tea .

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Is there any thrill in all the world like the bang you get from your first· big catch of the new season? Right now .you're loo~iijg forward to it . • • checking c.ver last year's fishi~g tackle to see what's needed .t·O ce>mplete your eniQY· ment of this fascinating sport. One thing sl!llre: whatever you need. its to be found by shoppim;1 from this page, ail items made rights and priced right. Come and choose from this big selection of fishing equipment of all kinds. YculII make many a good ca'lh:h right here!

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See the outboard motors with boating's finest allaround ·performance ..• ' bla:;:,ing new power ••• bold new beaury ••• )'ears-ahead features ••• and Whisper"'. ing Power quiet! See them today. Ask for a free demonstration ride.

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Airman Samuel G. Vmiicko, son of Mike Vasicko of 3718 East 72nd st1·eet, is completing basic training in the U. S. AU. Force at Lai::ldand AFB,. San Antpnio, Texas. I

'\'he following persons have complied with the CotttHy Resolution requiring pJ:operty ·owners to obtain a. building permit before construction. or. remod<eling costing more than $200 is begun on any· btlilding in Pierce Coun~ ty. Failure to obtain a building permit before construction in a misdemeanor punishabl:? bv fine. Phillip H. Kelly, $250 s.torage building, Rt. No. 1, Box 75, Roy . George M. Turner, $884 foundation fm: home, 9611 Portland Ave. Ralph Baldasare, $1000 barn, 2222 East 84th. Arthur G. Loney, $1000 remodel to home, Rt. No. 1, Roy. Edwin K. Aanensen, $1000 addition to home, Rt. No. 3, Box

24.0. Tacoma. tiernhart Nlelsen, $:COO tooi shed> Ht. 1'fa. 1, :Bqx: 273B, 8panaway. Clinton R. Capps, $11,500 frame home, 9921 Central Ave. Ray Sjostrom, $;:500 remodel to home, 9324 E. Har~ison. Ernest E. Shaw, $1GOO frame home, Clear Lake. James F. Turner, $E.OO addi· tion to home, 1208 South 120th. ·Johnny A. Post, $3000 addition to home, 4011 East 103rd. Lawrence E. Armstrong, $6000 cycle shop, 11021 Pncific Ave. Raymond E. Reed, $500 basemcn t in home, 1019 So. 108lh. Puget Sound Power & Light, bath house $iwo, Tillicum.

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;vho madf!' thPm. A_s a pract~<'e for futltte judgingt the 10 iTIB_fu .. hers sfoo placeq skirts v/hich they ha.ii. made. Reasons of the judging e,nd. sµggestions fo1·. itnprovement \Vete a1$o" discussed~ The philosophy of judging and the practical app1·oach of facing a problem and making a choic.-i gives 4-H membN·s wisdom .iii project work as well as ability and self-confidence. Just one more way in which 4-H'ers. help "make the best better."

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"Evening of Games" and linen awards sonpsored by the Midland Orthopedic Guild at 8:00 o'clock in the Midland Improvement club halL Come out and enjoy a wonderful evening with your Friday evening, April 12 is family and friends and neighthe date of the big annual spring bors; the chairman, Mrs. Ken·

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Designers. and Builders EXPERT WORKMANSIDP REASONABLE PRICES Easy Monthly Payments

LATHE AND PRESS WORK

COMPLETE MOTOR REBUILDING BANK TERMS HEAD GRINDING & BRAKE DRUM TURNING INDUSTRIAL & AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK

Mrs. Albert Heimbigner; treasur- the ~chool board and his interest er, Edward Gainey, The 6th and help to all schools in the grade mothers will be hostesses community. for the social hour. Miss Almira N01·ton, Mrs. Ruth. Rogers Owens, Perry G. Keithley Mr. Christensen Honored At the March Harvard-Midland and Albert Reihs were also hqµc P-TA meeting, Andrew Christen- ored for their many years teachsen Sr. of Midland was especially ing service in this school district honored and was presented an and for their interest and work Honorary Life Membership Pin in P-TA. Albert Bombardier into the P-TA. Floyd Ayers was troduc~d Bud Yost, Alvin Lindmaster of ceremonies of the part strom and Jess Cooper, former of the program which was fash- Midland students, who presented ioned after "This Is Yonr Life" the teachers with P-TA pins and TV program. All the important also introduced Mr. Christensen. incidents of Mr. Christensen's Mrs. Keithley received the pin life were relived and members for her husband, who was in the of his family were introduced on hospital and unable to attend. Mrs. Mariam Hogberg played stage. Mr. Christensen was honpiano selections as background ored for his 20 years' service on music during the program.

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Albert Asplund, LaVerne Olsen, Charles Brouwer and all the members of the Guild.· Hostesses for the April meeting luncheon were Mesdames Doug Morris, Glenn Pearcy and J. Shilling. The Midland Orthopedic Guild members are to be congratulated· for their diligent work in being able to turn in $1,000 to the Orthopedic Association towards the upkeep and maintenance of the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital, t.he result of their past year's work. P-TA Due The Harvard-Midland P-TA

evening, Harvard school with Mrs. Edward Jackson presiding over the business session. John Ransler, attorney, will speak on legal. parental responsibilities and other subjects of interest to parents. Robert 'Winters will present music by the Harvard instrumental students. Gerald Pepos will play a clarinet solo and Eugene Arhendt, a violin solo.

Installation of officers for the coming year will be held. Elect· ed at the March meeting were: President, Mrs. Karl Strand; 1st vice president, Mrs. William Stevens; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Lawrence M.cVittie; secretary,

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April is a gt·and month in Western Washington. a time for getting out in the £lower gardens. And it's the 1nonth when we can ditch the snow shovel and shine the almost forgotten golf dubs. Let's not forget the vast army of anglers who count April· as the month when they can return to their beloved fishing tackle. Your telephone is an all-year c~nvenience, but it takes on added importance now that the days are longer and the outdoors beckon. Have fun w.ith your phone this spring. Use it to make those golf, fishing and picnic dates.

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Boy Scouts Boy Scout Troop 84 has.been very busy of late. They enjoyed a very successful Cook Out in March at the Frank Gural home. The boy work by patrols, build their own fires and cook the meal for their families for ap" proximately 20 cents each. Stew, spaghetti and foil ..dinners ;vere on the menu for· this March event. The troop also did. a good evening's work ;~hen they parked cars for the recently held P-TA Carnival. Four new boys ... who 'have joined the group· ..1rre" · " William Severson, Buster Bailey, Allan Larson .and John Reding. At their Court of Honor held in March, Jimmy Reynolds made 2nd Class; Steven Sallee, his Merit Badge in Citizenship in Home; Gene and Dean Huber, their Merit Badges in Fil'st aid and Edward Gainey received his third year pin. Fifteen parents were present at the parents' meeting, with Chairman Howie Snowden presiding. Plans were discused for the Scout Jamboree to be held in May and they decided to show two of their projects, bee keeping and rabbit COMPLETE raising. Hostess for the March meeting of the Lucky Dozen was Mrs. George Nixon. She was presented a cup and saucer by the group for her 30th wedding anniversary. Guests for the <;lay were Mrs. Alvin Jensen, sister-in-law o£ Mrs. Lloyd Gunderson, · and her son, Jerry, of Borup, Minne· sota. Present were Mesdames Jennings Irish and Danny, Francis Metcalf' and LouAnn, Larry and Ricky, Lester Maddox and Mark, William Knight, Lloyd Gunderson, Emil Werner, Ernest COMPANY Hubachek, John Sarren, Jr. and Marla, Edwin Brcnneise and the l 40th & Pacific GR 8624 hostess.

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Cub Scouts The Midland Cub Scouts, Pack 84, wiU'hold their parents' meetillg this Friday evening in the Boy Scout hall. Birthday Club Mrs. Charles Harris was hostess for the March meeting of the Birthday club. Those present were Mesdames Joseph Joringdal, Clifford Tuller, Richard Mc, Nabb, Harold Walker, Fred Siehl, Horman Portz, Walter Corrigan, Lawrence Cleary, Harold Stavig, Allen Zook and the hostess. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, GHanite 8545.

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