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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957

Volume 12, No. 32

PUBLISHED AT PARF..LAND, WASH.

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frank Un Pierce Senior Ball Due

MERMAIDS-"The End of the Rainbow," Hawaiian wedding. song, was the theme of the beautiful Daffodil Parade float of Pacific Lutheran college. The rainbow erches acmss from its pat ol gold to the famous Diamond Head, with lovely maidens in a sea of golden daffodils and a pair of young lovers bes.ide the great rock. Photo by McKeweo

COLORFUL EVENT-With "Jamaica Farewell" the theme, the 1957 J.i'ranklin Pierce Senior ball promises to be an event of beauty and charm. It will he held at Wellman's, 26th and Pacific Ave., Friday fi!Vening,April 26. Pictured above are Norm Carlton and Carol McPhers1m, .named co-chairmen for ·the affair by Don Janczak, president of the Junior class, sponsoring the dance.

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Colorful Theme For F. P. Senior Ball On Friday Juniors at· Franklin Pierce high school are sponsoring ·the 1957 Senior ball, to be held at Wellman's, 26th and Pacific avenue, Friday evening, April 26, from 9:00 till midnight.

Polio 'Clinics Immunize Many Youngsters Here SLEEPING COWBOY-Cleverly designed to puhlic.iz~ Parkland's an11u.al Round-qp. scheduled June 7, 8 and 9, the Parkland float featured a dozing cowboy (Monte Br,pwn) holding his guitar relaxed in a woodsy scene of blooming dogwood, forest gre1mery ana· field of golden daffodils. .The caption was "Don't Fence Me In.'' · · · Photo by McKewen "Jamaica Farewell" is the theme and the event promises to be very colorful, with tropical decorations presenting a West Indian feeling. Burke Garrett and his 99'ers will furnish the music, foaturing calypso ,;,el· odies. Carol McPherson and Norm Carlton were named .Co-chairman for the dance by Don Janczak, president of the Junior class. Both classes will attend the dance, the Seniors as honored guests and the Juniors paying $1.00 per couple donation. Committee chairmen are: Publicity, Alan Gr.eenawalt and Mel Carr; invitations, Janet Torgeson; tickets, Warren Hanson, reception, Linda Lingbloom; entertainment, Jim Toburen; decorations, Sharon Berg and Carla Csristenscn; program, Sandra Strout and Larry Christian; coat check, Janet Hasch; re· freshments, Evalou McArtor.

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Parkland P-TA Spring Tea Set Thursday, 25th

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Warre.n Rebekah Lodge No. 308 of Roy, under the chairman~hip of Mrs. Henry Payne, Noble j}rand, will hold a-pot luck dinl'j,er Friday evening, April 26, in Parkland P-TA will hold a the Roy I.0.0.F. hall. Serving spring tea on Thursday, ApriL will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p:m. · th 1 ·t ·· At 8:00 p.m. the Past Noble e regu ar • me.e - G d cu 25, f0 II owmg 1 b w1'll h ave a car d --- _.- ___> __ rans ing in the school auditorium. at .·party with pinochle and 500 be2:15 p.m. Miss Anna M. Neilsen, · 1ng played. There will be prizes director of teacher education at 'and refreshments. The public is Pacific Lutheran college, will be cordially invited to either or guest speaker; her subject, path of these functions. "Teacher Education-1957." .•:_ · For the invocation "The Lord'~ · 8

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Prayer" w_ill be sung by. . Claude Riley, . P-TA spmtual.: '-' U "' chairman. Mrs. Sam Brown an4 I., '1 Mrs: E. L. Perryman will be co"; chairman for the tea. < 1 · The Parkland Community club Hostesses at the door will be the 8th grade· room mothers. and ')"il/ meet at the Parkland library, the 7th grade room mothers wil.I South 119th street and Pacific be .in charge in the. dining room, avenue, Monday evening, April A nursery will be provided fpr 22, at ~:00 . o'clock. President Bart Payne will preside. pre-schoolers. .The purpose of· the meeting is ~---------~ to determine .the future of the Parkland library, All people of .the community are .urged to at" tend.

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Enthusiastic over tse success of the first· five polio immunization clinics held in the Franklin Pierce school district, those in charge announce that a total of 2010 children had been given the shots. The project is sponsored by the school district, the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, the local medical society and .the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. The vaccine was provided by Federal funds and all shots were free to the children. The five clinics and the number of shots given at each were: April 2, Harvard-Midland, 408; April 4, James Sales, 198; April 5, Central Avenue and Collins, 353; April. 9, Franklin .Pierce high school and Parkland Junior high, 690; April 11, Parkland elementary, Marymount Academy and Concordia Lutheran, 361. A second round of clinics will follow in four weeks. Students who missed the first shot may start the series at the •second clinics but will then have to get their second shots from their family. doctor or at the Health Department at 24th and Pacific Ave. Local physicians who volunteered their services for· the clinics were Doctors R. .B.. Link, 4. R Heat.on, ~mold Hermann, William Sullivan, D. P •. Buttorff and Ted Apa. Volunteer registered who assisted the. school staff were Mesdam~s I\ent, A; D. Starter,

Graves, Ed Lawler, Roy Benson, and Ernest Harmon. Se11ior nursing students from Tacoma General hospital also helped at three of the clinics. Mothers who assisted were Mesdames Mike Hansl!"r, Harold Sherry, William Stevens, Fred Powell, George Nagle, M. G. Cook, Carl Escene, Edgar Larson, William Vanek and Gordon Loyer. Franklin Pierce senior typing students who helped with the records were Nina Ayers, Grace Isakson, Martha Johnson, Donna Bledsoe and Lynn Murphy. Dollar for dolla~ and man for man, the submarine is the country's most economical weapon. Comprising only 1.6 per cent of the Navy's World War II personnel, the submarine service accounted for 55 per cent of all enemy shipping destroyed.

112th BoosJer Club Due 18th The 112th Booster club will meet this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 in the Woodland school lunch room. Members of the club wish to thank the following local business people for donating prizes for the March 22 games night: Summit Hardware, Summit Trading Co., Summit Lumber, Sum-. .mit Feed, McAuley Summit Drug, Summit Shoe Repair, Puyallup B,owling Alleys, and Star Ranch Hatchery. Proceeds of the event went into the fund for buying a site for the proposed co~unity center.

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Midland Scout Award Cub Scout Awards The Midland Cub Scouts, Pack 84, held their Pack meeting March 22. Since February's meeting was called off due to the flu, the Blue and Gold dinner was held over to this March meeting. Among the special events was the presentation of a plaque to Reverend 0. Hansen for outstanding service that he has provided to the Pack. Ee received a standing ovation from the 300 people attending, · showing their appreciation. A very lovely plant was presented to outgoing Den Mother Mrs. Clyde Spencer in appreciatibn of the work she has done serving as Den Mother for more

will be two services Easter Sunday morning, one from 9:30 to 10:30, the other from 11:00 to 12:00, with special Easter music and a different sermon for each yon rond 1 Thursday, April 18 service by the pastor, the Rev. (tonight) at 7:45 o'clock. There John Besant. The Primary and Junior departments of the Sunday school will meet from 9:30 to 10:30. All people of the area YOUR are cordially invited to all services. LIVESTOCK Visitors WILL GET FAT AS Mrs. Marjorie Simons and two small daughters from Longview vis.ited her mother, Mrs. Maybell Bibby of Collins road last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oldfield from Duffur, Ore., were weekend guests of the Ira Wagner family on 103rd St. New Daughter 01111 Mr. and Mrs. William Wheatly of Pennsylvania .Ave.· are ·parents of a third daughter, Mary Elizabeth, born April 4 in a Puyallup hospital. There is also QUALITY a hrothcr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. WilliFLm Dowie. Tonsilcctomy Mary Ann Morton, daughter of the Arlo Mortons of King St. is convalescing following a tonsil Knapp & Canyon Roads operation at Mary Bridge hosNext to Summit Trading Co. pital last Friday. GR 7136 WE DELIVER Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, GRanite 8391.

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Hymn .. Sing At National An old fashioned hymn-sing is held every Sunday evening at 7:30 at the National Community church. The pastor, Rev. Wm. A. Peterman, says "Bring your girl friend-whether 15 or 50an<l enjoy this wholesome hour together. There will also be special numbers." than two years. Mrs. Spencer gave the induction for the new Den Mother, Mrs. James Wooldridge.

A new and very impressive Bobcat ceremony was put on by Cubmaster Dick McNabb, Assistant Cubmaster Bud Cadwa and Webelos Den 1. All dressed in Indian attire, they initiated the Bobcats. A very big thanks goes to all who helped make the dinner possible. The following awards were given: Bobcat-Richard Foreman, Jack Dolman, Scott Burness, Douglas Benson, Kenny McVittic, Gene Morris, Dave Martin, Gary Larson, Jack Wooldridge and Ronny Christensen; Wolf-Greg Getax and Roger Absten; BearGreg Ewing, Ronald Hubachek, Duane Cox, Danny Lorance, Billy Seaburg and Michael Hart; Lion -Harold Haun, Jimmy Smith, Robert '.Lochridge, Walter Boudreaux, Steven Spencer, Larry Russell, Mark Hollan and Edward Ketcham; Gold Arrow - Mike Galloway, Hal Colin, Michael Eart, Wayne Hess, Roger Absten, Peter Sallee, Greg Ewing, Duane Cox, Walter Boudreaux, Larry Russell and Mark Hollan; Silver Arrow-Michael Hart (3), David Gural, Terry Ripoli, Duane Cox (2), Larry Russell (2), Mark McNabb, Mark Hollan, Greg Hoover (3), Hal Colin, Frank Smith (2), Edward Ketcham, Danny Lorance and Wayne Hess; Denner Stripes - Peter Sallee, Danny Lorance, Hal Colin, James Kennedy and Dale Scott; Ass't. Denner tSripes-Billy Hammar, Edward Reding, Jeffrey Highland, Roger Absten, Michael Hart and Buddy Wolfe; Year Pins - Hal Colin, Frank Smith, Kenneth Stevenson, Dale Scott, David Brawdy, Walter Boudreaux (2), Edward Ketcham (2), Mark McNabb (2) and Mark Hollan (2); Den Mother's Badges and PinsDixie Scott, Theda Marinacci, Josephine Sallee and Hilda Brawdy.. Club Elects The March meeting of the Happy Doers and Busy Fingers club was held at the home of Mrs. Donald Becker, Mrs. Wayne Bills was accepted as a new member and also is welcomed as a new neighbor to our community. Officers for the new YCJl.r were elected as follows: Pr!lsident, Mrs. Richard Jensen; vice president, Mrs. Edward Cody; secretary, Mrs. Darlene Campbell; treasurer, Mrs. Leonice Solomon; history book, Mrs. Agnes Fox and Mrs.. Leland Lauder beck. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. James Stockwell. Members present were Mesdames Frances Smith, Leonice Solomon, Edward Cody, Alfred Hillman, Charles Guenther, James Stockwell, Leland Lauderbeck, Richard Jensen, Gerald Vetter and the hostess, Mrs. Becker. Guests were Miss Lucy Solomon and the Mesdames Ray Wilson and John Pugsley.

Auxiliary Has Birthday Party The Spanaway Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary celebrated the 11th anniversary of the organization of the group at. a birthday dinner Tuesday evening, April 9, at the NCO Club at McChord Air Force Base. A very pleasant evening for a II is reported. Granmothers The Spanaway Kan Do Grandmothers club will hold the birthday dinner at Steve's at noon today (Thursday, April 18). New Daughter Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Leo Wehland are proud parents of a new daughter, Sarag Celeste, born April 10. Grandparents are 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradshaw; greatgrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw. Sgt. Wehland is in Iforea and will not be home to see his new daughter till next September. A sister, Melinda Grace, welcomes the little stranger. Best Wishes Speedy Get Well wishes go to Mrs. Albert Charon and Mrs. Edwa1·d Larson, who, have both been ill.

New Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fyre are proud parents of a daughter, Teresa, born March 25. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCullough of Spanaway and Mrs. Richards of Tacoma. Executive Board Spanaway P-TA executive board met April 3 at the home of Mrs. James Orem! present were Mesdames John Iverson, Andrew Qualland, Frank Petoski, Rudy Angebretson, Robert McKinnell, Clyde Hoover, Luther McAninch, Sam Green and Greisback.

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for the next party will be an- Nusbaum. The young couple, both graduating from PLC in nounced. June, will marry in December. There will be no Teen-age Mothers Tea meeting this Saturday due to The P-TA Mothers tea will be Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burgeits being Easter eve. The date on Wednesday, May 15. Mark so, GR 7640. this date and plan to attend. Home From South ;New Arrivals The submarine was not gener· Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Kirby arally recognized as a legitimate Mr. and Mrs .. Wayne Jacox rived home recently from a (Joanne Parker) welcomed a instrument of warfare until the month's vacation in sunny Calinew daughter April 7. A baby Civil War. · fornia. girl was born March .30 to Mr. Recreation Group The committee working on the and Mrs. Robert Brass. ConParkland Recreation Center plan gratulations! will meet at the school Tuesday Engaged evening, April 23, at 8:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William H. MitFinal details of the Friday night ton of Milton have announced carnival will be discussed. the engagement of their daugh. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, ter Winnifred to Galeri Nus-· GRanite 6466. baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.

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Thursday, April 18, 1957 The TIMES-JOURNAL

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of Brother· Rooert Huggins who died of a heart attack in Seattle recently. . Easter Services The Evergreen Baptist church invites you to attend Easter Sunday combined services at the Mr. and Mrs. Franz Nelson of East 62nd St,, long time resi- Community hall, Walle1· road and dents of the Waller Road area, 64th, at 9:45 a. m. All classes received congratulations from of the Sunday school will corelatives and friends April 8 on operate in presenting the Easter their 49th wedding anniversary. message in song and verse. Rev. Herbert Lawrentz is in charge. ~/fr. Nelson also celebrated his Garden Clnh 77th birthday April 7 at a fam. At the April 4 meeting of the ily party at the home of Mr. and Waller Road Garden club memMrs. Roy Nelson on East 64th bcrs and visitors enjoyed the St. when eight of their nine chilcolored slides of the beautiful dren were present with their flower beds in Point Defiance, families, with the count of 50 inWapato and ·wright's parks, cluding on e great-grandchild, shown by Howard Harmon, who grandchildren, children and the is in charge of them. He told honored guest and v,rife, The hoi.-y the fio\ver beds are changed party was lively with talk of many times during the summer the many good times spent by to please the eye of the public. the Nelsons in years gone by ·Each year brinrrs added beauty and a happy view of the future to these alread; beautiful spots and good times to come. of Tacoma. Be. sure to visit these Those present for ·the gala parks this su.mmer. event included Mrs, Florence Home Again Martin and son Kenneth, Mrs.' Mrs. Walter Daniszewski of Elsie Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Don 74th and Vfiiller road is home Robbins and children, Rory Anne, again after a pl~asant 2-months Swen, Cheryl, Donnie and Judy; trip to California where she Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard and visited her daughter and family, ·Donna, Jimmy and Mark; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welsh at Jim Robbins; Mr. and Mrs. Claire Santa Rosa. She also visited her Nelson and Harry and Don; Mr. son Edward who is completing and Mrs. Clifford Nelson· and his studies at Leland Stanford Dennis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert' university at Palo Alto. While in Harbin and Mary Louis·e, Robbie the south she saw many . sqenic and Gary; Mr. and Mrs. George spots and drove into Mexico. Clancy and Joyce Loµise, CharReunion lotte Anne, Michael and Diane; A family get-together recently Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bostwick; Mr. at the John Bierman home on and Mrs. Arthur Jorgeson and East .Allison road honored their Don and Sharon; Donna Dicker- daughter, Mrs. Warren And.erson and Bill Elmore and the Roy son and their son Melvin the Nelsons and their children, twd having birthdays withi~ the Trudy, Roy Jr., Danny, Michael week. Home with their parents and Timmy, and the Franz ·Ne!- for ,the occasion were Mr. and sons. Mrs. Warren Anderson and sons Sings of Spring Mr. ,and Mrs. Bud Hartman and Spring activities are very children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Molnoticeable in the Waller Road zan and sons and Melvin Sierdistrict, with County road crews man. Also guests for the dinner clearing out the brush along the were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierman roads and residents painting of Puyallup. their property, cleaning up their Sympathy yards, plowing and spading, makDeepest sympathy to the fam~ng garden plots ready for plant- ily of Archie M. Zimmerman pf mg. Lawnmowers are being 27:'.!2 East 62nd who died in a readied for active duty by am- Puyallup hospital April 2. Also bitious folks. Flowers are burst- to the family of John Donohue ing into bloom to herald t,he ar- of 4624 East Vickery road who rival of spring. pased away April 3 at his home. With this background of spring 4-H Girls Busy in mind, we find our business Nancy Williams, reporting for men of the 64th & Waller .Road the Waller Road 4-H Girls, tells area offering a weekend of sales of interest shown by the grouu to please these energetic people 'in participation in coming event~, and encourage them to cany out such as Rally Day and Summer their spring time projects. Pa- Camp. At the recent meeting, tronize your merchants! held at the home of their leadGrange 'er, Mrs. Myers Wheeler, demonWaller Road Grangers will enc strations wem given by Elaine joy. an Easter program, being •Frederickson, Laufol Wheeler ~nd

Franze Nelsons Co11nt 49 Years

HOME CQMING CONCERT-A cross secdon of the great music of tl1e·Ch~rch ·will be sung here April 23. ~t 8:00 QY the Pacific .Lutheran Coll~(ifChoir of the West." This 55•voice a: capella choir will appear ,ln conc1>rt at . the PLC auditorium. The public is invited. A free . will offering will be taken. The ,choh- Ie~t ·op April 4 011 a 20-day tour of the Midwest. They return at Parkland Tuesday, April 23. Prpfess(i:r .. Gunnar .J; Malmin, director of the choir, bas chosen a program for his concert here which includes compositions by contemporary composers, famous church music classics and arrangements of fami!iar l1yrims. ·· · · ·

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News Don't forget the. Ladies Aux~ iliary luncheon today (Thursday) in the Community hall at 12:30. The Daffodil Queen will be the honored guest, along with her Princesses and .their chaperone, the Queen Mother. Popu!ar Event It seems that the entire community turned out for the potluck dinner last Thursdny evening and to hear and question our guest speaker, Mrs. James Gleason, representative of the 27th district. She told of the many bills pased to the betterment of the entirn· state and hopes that money will b.B available to cover them, as do we all. Birthday Dennis Folk, alias "Joe," celebrated his second birthday Monday. Invited to his party w~rc his sisters, Pamela and Sandra, his brothets, Tom and Gary, his. Aunt Sharon and Cousin Mark and of course . his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schmaltz .and Mr. and Mrs. John Folk. Happy birthday, honey! Farewell Party A farewell party was held in the Community hall Saturday evening, April 6, in honor of Mrs. Vida Collins on Minnesota

who has been visiting tlie Royal','. Lattral family of Canyon road; Mrs. Collins is M1·. Lattral's cousin. Present were more than 7fi friends and rehtives from T,:i-, coma, Puyallup and Olympia. Mrs. Collin's son, Desmond Zahn, and his wife drove from Minnesota in order 'to take her home.,

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was welcomed into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weeks Jr. I'v1:arch 23, '-joining three broth= ers, St;ven; Jan and Jered, and two sisters, Candy Roe and Becky. Proud grandparents in the Waller Road district are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weeks Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan O'Brien. Now in Air Force Terrence O'Brien, after recently completing two years active duty with the U. S. Navy, has enlisted in the U. S. Air Force. J;Iis wife Diane and two children hve on East 64th street. To Alaska Mrs. Ronald. Ferch and small son Jon have returned to Anchorage, Alaska, to rejoin her h1;1sband, Ron, stationed 'there with the Army. Scout Outing On March 2 members of troop No. 23,. Boy Scouts of America, sponsored by the Waller Road Grange, went on an outing in the deep canyon country of the Carbon .river. They were transported by auto as far as roads were passable, then required to make a hort pack trip to the ·canyon rim. After stowing their packs in a secure place, they hiked to the river bar on the floor of the canyon and made an exploration hike far down the river. Many interesting rock specimens were observed and some leaf fossils were discovered. Evidence of a .large number .of beavers and other wild life was eevrywhere. After completing their hike, the Scouts cooked a welcome meal on open fires. After the meal and a brief rest, the boys practiced signals and other Scout crafts. Boys 011 the troop hike were Jerry Lindstrom, Melvin Lindstrom, Charles Nelson, John Marshall and George Thompson, accompanied by Scoutmaster Jerry Lindstrom Sr. , 4-H Lassies Win Waller ~oa4 .4-H J:,assies are proud of .their .thi·ee teams that

ing:··.Membe.rs to the; at- :. :future. New Daughter . F1f.e . ch. 9.r;il·.·.• ·.b.·rin .• g. in···one .•.g.. ho•red m· . . ·.e tend .. At the .are last urged meeting t~9 high··· blue... ribbons and charter was draped in memory A new daughter, Coralie Ellen, ribbon ..Joy?e Notton. and -San.dra Larkm, m their first year in 4-H work, won a blue ribbon in the Breakfast contest. Lyla Hanson and Jeanne Hulscher won the second blue ribbon, also in the Breakfast contest. Preparing and serving a luncheon .in the contest won a red ribbon forJudy Scarim and Lana Alexander. The Lassies were included in the big Rally Day event at the Navy base Saturday. The girls are preparing demonstrations for Demonstration D~y in May. Also scheduled for May is the Mothers Dinner, planned and ca.rried out by the 4cH Lassies as a tribute to their mothers for the support given them in their yearly activities. The girls . prepare and serve the dinner, thus Fill.LED EASTER LITTLE GIRLS' learning the responsibility of being the perfect hostess. Mrs. Gil&: P11nrse bert Carlson, leader of the group, looks for very good work from TO MATCH her 4-H Lassies this year. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle GRanite 5210. '

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Graduates Fuessen, Germany (AHTNC)PFC Alfred Benjamin Jr., whose parents live at 418 118th St., Parkland, recel1tly was graduated from a wheel vehicle repairman course at the Army's European Ordnance School"in Fuessen, Germany. After graduation ceremonies, Benjamin returned to his regular duties as a rifleman in Company B of the 2d Armored Division's 4lstinfantry Battalion. He entered the Army in May 1956, received basic training at Fort Hood, Texas, and arrived overseas last November. The 25-year-old soldier is a 1950 graduate of Liricoln high school and a former employe of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

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The McChord Sportsman's Club first annual dinner-dance at the NCO Club on April 5 gave the members a good chance to show off the handsome "Izzac 'Walton League Trophy" they won recently as champs of the Mt. Rainier Rifle League. The evening's activities i.vere climaxed by the awarding of a 270 calibre Winchester rifle to Major Peny Rastor, 1705th ATG, as the winner of a drawing. Proceeds of this event went to the Junior Sportsman's Club. Current officers "in the Senior Club are: President, Capt. Marvin Williams; vice president, Ronnie Fort Cordon, Ca. (AHTNCJStout; secretary, Capt. James Lamb; treasurer, M/Sgt. Richard Armstrong, custodians, S/Sgt. Thomas Stough and A/1C Sam Thomas.

It is with pleasure that. we of Pal"ldand Post 228 again· se>nd a handicapped child to Camp Easter Seal which is located at the southern end of Coeur d" Alene lake. She is Maria J. Altmansberger, daughter of ~.rlr. and Mrs. Robert H. Altmansberger of 10504 Rowland Ave. We wish you all the joy of this trip, Maria. I also have 35 color slides of Camp Easter Seal which will be shown at the potluck dinner April 25.

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Thursday, April 18, 1957 The 'I'IlVIES -JOURNAL

Three young men from Southern Pierce county have returned to Lu::on, Philippine Islands, after participating in Operation Beacon Hill, the largest amphibious operation held in the Far East since ·world War II. Some 60,000 men and 75 ships were involved. The local men are: Leste1· D. Mangan, fire control technician third class, son of G. L. Mangan of 1502 South 108th St.; Charles E. Brown, storekeeper third class, son of Mr. and l\flrs. Charles E. Brown of 4109 East 118th St. and JamesA. Andrew, fii·emab, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.Andrew of 8068 South Ainsworth Ave.

Washers, Dryers Authorized Soon For AF Families Washing machines and dryers are being authorized as equipment in Government quarters for Air Force families at base level who require Government furniture. .\ This is a major change being made by Hq USAF ·to improve thc living standard for Afr Foree families. The, washers and dryers will be installed in all sets of

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quarters in the United \vherever it is feasible to do ::;6. Other furniture will be furnished to provide families with more complete family quarters. Less essential items, such as lai,vn furniture, occasional tables and lamps, will not be furnished ... . The furniture list has been revised as result of quarterly sur.veys of AF families to determbe their actual requirements. The most recent survey showed that 24 per cent of AF families in the Z.I. wanted fully, furnished quarters and 25 per cent re·quired only a few ·items above the standard refrigerator and stove.

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Rodger Lunde Post Ione .J<1hnson, Pub. Chmn. Members of Rodger Lunde Auxiliary No. 5052 VFW announce the change of location of !.h~ir meeting hall and meeting nights. The' Post and Auxiliary wi11 meet on the second and fout·th Monday nights of the month in the Sunshine Han, South 107th & Yakima Avenue, commencing• Apri122, 1957. Any

eligible member for either the Post or Auxiliary can contact Mr. or Mrs. John W. Johnson, Jr. at HI!lside 8793 for further information. For the third consecutive year a husband and wife team will be installed as top officers of the Post and Auxiliary wnen the annual installation is held April 26 at 8 p.m. in Steilacoom Town Hall. Mr. Robert Surplus will be installed as commander and Mrs. Surplus will be installed as president. Rodger Lunde Post and

Auxiliary is holding a joint installation with William C. Thompson Post No. 3053 and its auxiliary. Past Third District Commander William Dusel! will install the following officers: For Rodger Lunde Post Commander Robert Surplus', senion vice commander Bill Allen, junior vice commander Richard Atiderle, Quartermaster Thurlow Clother, Chaplain Kermit Johnson. Relief Officer Guy Steele, Adjutant John W. Johnson, Jr., Trustees Arthur Neff and Joe Coyle. '• Mrs. Albert Loomis, Third District president, will install the following officm·s for Rodger Lunde Am;:iliary: Mrs. Robert Surplus as president, Mrs. Richard Anderle as senior vice president, Mrs. Robert Anderson as junior vice president, Mrs. Arthur Neff as chaplain, Mrs. Joe Coyle as conductress, Mrs. Einar. Thorsen as treasurer, Mesdames Sada Clother, Alfred Gwynne and Thurlow Clother, as trustees, Mrs. John W. Johnson Jr. as secretary, Joe McGarr as patriotic instructor, Guy Steele as guard, Mesdames Ronald Johnson, Alfred Gwynne, Art Unkrur and Mary Ellen Anderson as color bearers and Mrs. Alfred Gwynne as historian. Refreshments will be served following the installation· services and entertainment will conclude the evening. The ev~ning's festivities are open to the gen-

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The eight-week course trained Rooney to construct and maintain both open and lead covered field communication wires '\nd cables. The 20-year-old soldier entered the Army last October and completed basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash. He is a 1955 graduate of Lincoln high school. United States submarines destroyed a total of 214 Japanese ships during World War II, including one battleship, eight aircraft carriers, 15 cruisers, 42 destroyers and 23 submarines. Against this score, 52 U. S. submarines were lost. Records for enemy shipping sunk by U. S. submarines are held by the USS Flasher which sank 100,231 tons of Japanese shipping, while the USS Tautog holds the record for the most ships - 2G.

Graduates Fort Richardson, Alaska (AHTNCJ-Sgt. James 'A. Snodie, whose wife, Violet, lives at 12325 Pacific Hwy., SW, Tacoma, recently was graduated from the 23d Infantry i;iegiment's NonCommissioned Officers Academy at Fort Richardson, Alaska. Sergeant Snodie, a squad leader in Company C of the .2d Engineer Battalion, received instruction in leadership, map reading and other militm-ysubjects. He entered the Army in 1953, received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and arrived in Alska in August 1956. Snodie fa also a veteran of service in ·the Far .Eas.t. His parents, Mr, and Mrs. 0. J. Snodie, live 722 W. Grant Hwy, .Marengo, Ill.

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CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of all kinds; WA 6952. 3ctf · TRACTOR WORK, plowing and discing; GR 4444, 93rd and Vickery Road.. · 3etl

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Nalley's, Qrisp Fresh

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FOUNDATIONS, additions, re. modeling. Free estimates. Financing, no down payment.. Phone HI 7000 anytime. 3ctf

Tomatoes

·Other ""Hot" SpecialsNofUStid Here!

. FOOD S STORE

PAY PUGET POWER HERE WE. ISSUE MONEY ORDERS

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

Manning & Smith GR 3930

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·" PLOWING, rotovating, leveling, lawns; R. D. Beeler, GR 4940. 3ctf R,AY GOGAN Landscape Con· struction. Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

Serviced and Stored

Broadwell· Painting

Power Mowers A Specialty Free Pick-up & Delivery

Clean, Neat, Efficient Service

PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY

Specialists In Moisture Control

11009 Pacific Ave.

GR 5772

TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; GR 353.6 or Puyallup 5-2038. 3ctf 3ctf

IS THE PAINT ON YOUR· HOUSE PEELING?

Ace.Dirt Moving Co. lfolldozing - Ditching, . TOP SOIL • GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS Phone Puyallup 5·2452 3ctt

Terms if preferred

Hl~l...TOP G.RAVELCO.

ZING Rank Run Gravel Water Lines Septic Tanks Top ~nil at Reduced Prices

Frank Reardon GR $758

Screened Rd. Gravel Crushed Rock - Top Soil • Drain Gravel 6 Days a Week GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; leveling; . weekend deliveries; GR 7291. 3ctf DON'T encourage dishonesty; locks keyed, combinations changed; Parkland Cycle & Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanite 5772. 3ctf

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BEAUTY SHOP

DEPENDABLE T. V. SER.VICE

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STORKYILLE BABY SHOP Everything For Bab)' Including · Juvenile· Furniture 9618 Pac. Ave. GR 4664

HA6692

PRUNING, SPRAYING; lawn mowing service; reasonable POWER MOWERS sharpened rates; Parkland area; HU 1605. ' and serviced; pick-up and de· 3ctf livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 Tacoma Ave .. MA 3431. 3ctf ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Mile B Service, Airport & Vick· ery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf

FERN HILL

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BEAUTY SERVICE 8237Y:! Park Ave. HI 3177

- - -----' New & Used Machinery RAINIER TRACTOR River Rd.

PUYALLUP 5·2105 3ctf

Parkland Septic Tank Service GR. 4426

PETE SYLTE

WELI'.. DRILLiNG JACUZZI PUMPS Sales & Service Service on All Pumps

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

C. Y•. Hutson

HI 3980

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HA 7038

GENERAL CONTRACTING-Free estimates; home repairs, painting inside and out, plumbing, fencing, block work; patios; no job too. small, reasonable rates. Phone Peter Warchol, or inquire 11509 South Sheridan. GR 7 458. 3c34

WE BlITLD HOMES-Remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, concrete work. ReasonaJble, 3ctf SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny GR 3550. MA 0706. Hall, 1012 South llOth, HUbbard 0856~ 3ctf

LA 8043

CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers loaded or we haul; GR 7586. 3ctf

WELL DRU.LING Berkeley Pumps G JETS it SUBMERSIBLES

KITCHEN C~BINETS, corner sheltve~. book cases; birah, fir or knotty pine; built to your specilfdcations; get .the best for less--my prices are the lowest. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOiP, GR 5514. 3c1lf

landscape Engineers "We Move the Earth" Land Leveling

Hauling

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Top Soil • Fill Dirt

Call GR 7281 Tacoma Ppmp &

Complete Lawn Service

Well Drming Co.

SEAMAN, INC.

Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms

Tacoma Trades

PLOWING & DISCING - Farmall Tractor. 1st hour $5.00, STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. thereafter $4.00. GR 7484. 3ctf ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat fertilizer; HI 2305 or GR 8259. Clogged Drains? Seif

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Jenniti L. Grodvig

Parkland Realty Co. Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 8609 Office 802 Garfield St., Parkland "Deal with the people who give you their personal attention."

FOR SALE BY OWNER-Summit District, 4 acres, cleared. House has 3 bedrooms, living room; cabinet kitc\len, bath and utilPumping - Cri;odit - Cleaning ity rooms. 'Hay barn, 7 stanchions, chicken house, ,garage. SEPTIC 'J,'ANKS CLEANED- Bus handy, $12,950 full price. C9ntents hauled away. Don $4,000 down. 10611 East BurnRedford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA ett. 9p32, 7334.. If no answer call HA 9222. 3ctf

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

• Help Wanted

FERN .REALTY 8234 PACIFIC AVE.

GRADE "A" DAIRY 80 ACRES, 60 in hay .and pasture, good fencing 1 large barn, 24 stanchions, loafing shed, silo, large, machine shed. 2 bedroom, r± year old home with unfinished attic and full basement, other buildings. 2 tractors, 2 trucks, spreader, hammer mill and attachments and other equipment, 33 head of cattle. All free and clear of encumberances. Owner will carry contract. Call Mr. Vout, HI 0503 or TE. 3-0373, Auburn. 60 ACRES APPROX. 16 acres cleared, older home but a good buy at $9,350. Terms. Call Mrs. Hughes, "The Farm Gal", HI 0503 or GR 4328. DON'T MISS THIS! 70 ACRES, 3 bedroom .home, 2 bedroom rental. Large hay barn, concrete blk. milking parlor, milk house, approx. 30 acres clear, 12 acres peat, You can make good· on this farm. Price, $13,600, terms. Call Mrs.Hughes, "The Farm Gal", HI 0503, or GR 4328 eve. WE ALSO HAVE a 400 acre, a 120 acre, and 100 acre, all grade "A" farms and good buys. Call Mr. Vout, HI 0503.

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FERN REALTY

---------~ 8234 PACIFIC AVE. PARKLAND HEATING CO., serv- WANTED REGISTERED NURSE. ice for any type heating unit; 4. p.m. to ivlidnite Shift. 5 clay::; ' ' parts and filters; Williams Oil- a ·week at $1.80 per hour. $10 SELL OR TRADE - House and Q'.:.Matic lo\v pressure furnaces; extra for relief shift. New near acre in Wapato Lake, Al· 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf Rivervie}V Hospital (24 beds). ling Park district, for home with Phone 90 or write Box 592, less ground. HI 5060. 6124 So. AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up- Raymond, Wash. 9p32 5c32 Sheridan. . holstery & convertible tops inGEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, stalled. Open 9 :00 a.m. to 1:00 WANTED - Middle aged wom- TRADE OR SALE - Ideai half tleating. New work. Remodel- p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS an for baby sitting and light block in Spanaway; oY.>ner, hous'i'work. Call GR 3503 after 14558 Bothell Way, Seattle 55. & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. :m.g, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. · 9ctf 5c32 3ctf 5 p.m. 3ctf Tacoma Ave., lMA 2200.

Just Cail Us.

Sanitary Septic Tank Pumping Servfoe

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WOULD LIKE baby sitting job at my home, GR 0351. 14c33 CHILD CARE at my home days and evenings; GR 5024. 14c32

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ELECTROLUX THIS beauty came back because of illness and h<is a balance of only $29 due; ·pay off at $5.00 each month and it's yours; free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c32

Spanaway Food Cer.ter

WOULD LIKE to care for 1 or 2 OIL FOR LESS if you live within children 8 homs a day, 5 or 6 2 miles of our plant. Why pay days a week in my home; have more than 16c for Diesel Oil in 2 grade school children of my 200-gallon lots ? LAPENSKI'S own, also references. Call GR HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 4906. 14c32 Pacific Ave. GR 8173. 15ctf

Camphe!i's '

Tom. Soup ••• Paper

Napkins • • • •

EXPERIENCED WOMAN wishes FOR SALE - Conco Heat furn· office work; typing and some ace complete $150; phone HUshorthand; GR 6191. 14c32 bbard 1405 after 4:00 p.m. 15c32

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Gerber's. 1-Barley)

19 Wheel Balancing e Motor Tune-Ups e Headlight Adjusting Airport Rocket Service

(1-Mixed,

Baby Cereal • 4 Kraft Deluxe

Margarine • • • 2

Airport Rd. Next to IGA Shopping Center

Begmore

Cat Food •• 2/2

FOR SALE--Montag trash burn· LEAVE FILM at Quality Plhoto er, perfect condition, $35.00; Service for develOping. In at phone Graham 7-7865. 15p32 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. 15ctf FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam boats $275 unpainted; work FOR SALE 1941 Monarch guaranteed; Bantam_Boat Co., electric range, standard size; 84th & Waller.Rd. 15ctf good conditi011,$50. GR 6789. 15p32 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET class~. All ages. M i ~ d r e d WILL SWAP Hollywood. bed for Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf roll-away (in good condition); also upright piano for hide-a· FOR SALE Small size wool bed or bed-daveno; GR 3686 .. davenport; enamel trash burn15p32 er; metal bed with box spring and mattress. All in excellent condition; cheap; 205 South Estimates For ••• 118th St.; GR 5411 after 5:00. Home Wiring Remodel, 15p:32"

McKinley Hill Realty

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

Prompt Service Anytime Work & Parts Guaranteed

S:MITH C.l\cBINET SHOP-Remodeling, kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span.. away; GR 7949. 3ctf BRICK .& BLOCK WORK; fueplaces a specialty; GR 7428 FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:.00 out at 5:00. QUALITY 3ctf PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa· BRICK WORK - House ·levelcific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf ing and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, firePrompt ·Servic@ place and stone work, GR 4~9~;

10816 Portland Ave. GR 5~95 LICENSED NURSES ON DUTY 24·HOURS A OAY

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$3,250.00 $150.00 DOWN. Move in today. FOR RENT - Furnished apart3 room furnished, electric range, ment; references required; 126 refrigerator, etc. 2 lots. One l!:ast Violet Meadow, GR 0569. 10ctf block to 52nd and McKinley Ave. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579 FOR RENT Two 1-bedroom $8,950.00 apartments; Lakeview area. Dryers, Electric :Heat,. EQUITY $1800.00. Large living Also 1-bedroom house. Phone 10c32 Emergency Service Call room, fireplace, dining room, HA 2157 or GR 8794. kitchen wired 220, 2 liu-ge bed· WEBB ELECTRIC rooms, 4 pc. bath, concrete fdn, WHY RENT? $100.00 down, $50 Days GR 7463 • Eve. GR 4437 garage, built 1945. Pacific Ave. per month; Parkland; ideal for Dist., So. 78th. Call Ralph Deck- couple. Call HI 6408 for appoint---------....:~ ment. 10c32 SPECIAL ORDERl:l CAKESer, HI 9579. " Ph6ne GR 3330, Patty Ann Small furnished FOR RENT 15ctf cabin, suitable for one person. Bakery. 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 95'19 Call HA 6998 or HI 2275. l(lc32 ONE NEW HOOVER lark upright Member of Ta.coma Real Estate vacuum,1956 model, list $89.95; FOR RENT - Lower duplex 2- attachments, list $16.95; total Board ' bedroom apartment; fireplace, $106.90 value. Complete for FOR SALE BY OWNER -'-- Two . new auto.gas furnace, basement, $79.50, HURRY ON THIS ONE! 5-acrc tracts with buildings; completely redecorated; South PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st phone GRaham 7-7333. 9ctf 'Side ; children. welcome; BR & Pacific Ave., Open till 9:00; 5595. 10c32 GR 3941. 15c32 20 ACRES. Spana way. 3. bedroom FOR RENT '--- Furnished 3-room ~ome. Barn and chicken house. apartment; electric heat, hard- FOR SALE .:.._ '56 G.E. DeLuxe $9,500 on terms. wood floors, clean, quiet, lovely 24-inch range, used short time 15c32 3 1/,,ACRES. Near Bethel High. North Side district; close to bus, only; GR 0683. 2 bedroom home. $6,500 on market, churches, park; no BASY FURNITURE, new and terms. steps; middle aged lady prefer- used, for sale or rent; 7 ACRES, close in. Unimproved. red; BR 5595. 10c32 SMALL FRY EXCHANGE 50 ~;1I M:r. Tibbitts regarding FOR RENT - Small furnished 1109 Market St., BR 9505.15ctf these properties house; adults only; GR 5846. Farm-All cub · . 10c32 FOR SALE Homes In Parkland Commun •. - - - - · - - - - - - - - - fractor; David Bradley garden tractor; both with· attachments; !ties;, Acreage close in, either GR .3536. 15c32 with ·or without. bul !dings.

B,-ert ·Brez>.wn . Ave;

HA 7628 72nd and Portland Ave.

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. FOUNDATIONS-New additions; & TRACTOR free · esti1nafes, finan,cing; work ROTOVATING .guaranteed; GR. 2002., . 3ctf . WORK; Rt. 3, Bqx 167, Tacoma Che:SJ:ley-Etter Road). GR 7559 .. ~~~Hy · 3ctf d·~0 .' 1t22o Paoifio R~JfN·A"'l' ELEC'l'RIG-Ccin~ ctfu:lg . and appli'ances; f.ree -A.i Office--"Days: GR 869ll ,g'ineering service for electric taveDings-,.YU 9221, HI 3315 'b.?at;'.GR 7064.,. 3cbf

Puyallup 5-2198 f~r Delivery or will load your truck. 'Pit. at end of 23rd Ave. S.E. Puyallup.

Nursin9 Home

CASH for livestock of all kinds. SPANAWAY Also wanted live cattle for mink 16 ACRES feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACK· BEAUTIFUL acreage for motel or IN; MA 3565. 8ctf trailer court. Approximately 10 HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for acres has been cultivated, the smelter pole and log timber. balance nice shade trees and Call evenings, GR 5972. 8ctf view. For further information call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI . 8408. 35-FOOT NASHUA HOUSE BEAUTY SHOP TRAILER; 2 bedrooms; shower, 5502 PACIFIC AVE. tub, toilet; Butane range, oil A LITTLE gold mine! Owner has stove; like new, 1955 model, to quit--doctor's orders. For $2695. Can be bought on our further information call Barney Insured Monthly Payment plan. McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or KLASEY CHEVROLET CO., Inc. Mick, MA 6355 or HI 8408. Morton, Wash.; phone 2434. 120 ACRES -·-·-··-----BEAUTIFUL new 2-bedroom $150.00 DOWN - GI NEAR 6th & So. Sprague. 3 bed- rambler, tile roof. Also older rooms, 4-pc. bath, concrete fdn. 4-hedroom home, concrete fdn. extra large lot. :Electric raJ:lge, 40 acres under cultivation, the refrigerator, piano, etc. includ- best of land; balance pasture ed. $6,500.00. Call Ralph Decker and approximately 300,000 feet of second growth timber; 10 HI 9579. miles south of Tacoma. For FHA APfRAISED - $8500 nfl!Jre details call Barney Mc3 BEDROOM home, living room, Fadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick dining room, good kitchen, 4- MA 6355 or HI 8408. pc. bath, utility room, concrete McMENAMIN1 S foundation, 19x20 garage, 2% lots. Nice lawn. Quick posses- 8514 Pacific Ave. m 8408 sion. Call ~~lph Decke1· Ill 9579.,

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Work Wanted

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Swift's Prem. Frozen

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COPE BROS., buyers of all kinds of poultry; 102 South 72nd St., HA 4406. 15ctf FOR SALE - Northwest straw. berry plants, $1.50 per hundred; phone Puyallup 5-2511. 15c32

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Polish Rings • • l9c

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Monday - Holiday. Tuesday Toasted sandwich, buttered milk. Wednesday 30 Day Free Trial gravy, carrot salad, bref'td 20 Year Guarantee butter, cookie, milk. Goodyear Ajr Foam Thursday - Hot dog, Famous Red-Line Foundation salad, fruit, milk. Friday- Vegetable soup, Tun« 141st &. Pac. Ave. GR 3941 sandwich, chocolate cake, milk. Orpen Till .9:00 p.m.

Parkway Furniture

FOR SALE - 6 year crib, com- Muck Kapowsin Road, Spanawa)!:, plete $10; High chair $2, nurs- Washington. In the event of ery chair $1.50; beautiful con- mailing, address bids to: Ml.'. sole radio $15; Table & chairs Dewane E. Lamka, Superint<,ind,$4; single bed, complete $8.00; ent of Schools, Bethel ScJ;i.i;>ol Oak buffet $12; chest of draw· District No. 403, Route 1, ~of< ers $3; davenport $3; daveno 289-AB, Spanaway, Washingt<;m. Contractors must submit a:Wfuicl $10; new slide projector $6.00. l.i023 So, Warner. 15p32 to include Archite.cturaI, Mecll,~n'­ ical and Electrical Trades un!'ld.r WASH!NG MAOIIINE PARTS. FOR SALE - New Puget Beauty ROOM AND BOARD in private a general contract. .. • ':. Largest stryk in town Repair_. Strawberry· Plants. WA 7893 home in Parkland; GR 6009. Plans; spedfications and c01i15ctf -15c32 tract documents may be obta!~ed ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer evenings. Service, 3721 So. G. HI 9409. .by bidders at the office of H;;ito/ LARGE SHRUBS 11C!Jf E. Botesch, Architect, Ass<;\c\• Horses Equip. 16 At Big Discount For Immediate, F .. Edward Brown,504 C:~­ ate Sale. See Sign at Airport PALOMINO MARE; saddle and merce Building, Everett, wi,;$li.· Automotive ·' ' and Vickery Road. bridle, $220; Shetland, saddle ington. Each prime contract wilh:·.b:e '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; and bridle, $200. Will sell or EARLE'S wholesale prices. SMALLEY trade for livestock; 11824 Wall- allowed one set of drawings ''i\nll EVERGREENS MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., er Road. 16ctf specifications upon deposit';: qf $15.0o. ; I GR 4060 anytime, evenings, FOR SALE Arien 7 h.p. roto'Sundays. 12ctf Plan holders who do not epr~r tiller $130; cement mixer, hand a bona-fide bid,and who do.;p0t power or electric $20; both in return unmarked aml unmntilKENDALL 0. HALVORSEN good shape; phone WA 7858 ated plans and specificationsZ Attorney evenings. 15p32 least ten (10) days prior to•'b~d NEW 1957 full size Chevrolet 217 Garfield St. opening, will forfeit thcfr ·.;.~c\­ %-ton pick-up, complete with TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. Tacoma 44, Washington 5 tires, directional signals, ginning and advanced. Call Jim In the Superior Court of the posits. Additional sets of dl.'~\V­ ings and specifications ma:lfi,; qe heaters, electric wipers. DeNylander, GR 0574. 15ctf State of Washington for the secured at the cost of prinHti8'· livered to your door for only County of Pierce. FOR SALE - Solid oak extenSuch sets remain the propert3;'J c,if $425.00 down, balance No. 62194 sion dining table and 4 chairs; monthly on our Insured the Architect and shall be;:h:iNOTICE OF HEARING FINAL also very good washer; 11522 Monthly Payment plan, Write turned. .·J • REPORT AND PETITION East Cedar. 15p32 Us, wire us, phone usi see us. Each bid shall be accom~'~n­ I<'OR DISTRIBUTION ied by a certified check, c~~Ji­ Chevrolet/ PARKLAND FURNir'Uri..E - In The Matter of the Estate·. of ier's check, or bid bond, rii)lcle ELLEF B. ELLEFSON, New and used miscellaneous; payable to Bethel School Di~~jji<;t (also known as Ellef Barton Airport & Pacific Ave. ResiNo. •1!03, in an amount not less Ellefson, afi'd E. B. Ellefson), than 5 % of the bid, plus all aldence Phone GR 3748. 15cflf At Morton, Wash. Deceased. Eastern Le.}Vis County WANTED - Reliable party to NOTICE IS HEREBY . GIVEN ternates. School Board Directors Phone 2434; Open Every Day take over payments on Embass- that Carl R. Ellefson, adminis· reserve the right to waive any 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ador electric range; only $58 trator of the estate of Ellef B. informalities or irregularities 1n We Are Never Undersold due at $5 each month. UPTON Ellefson, deceased, has filed in any bid or in the bidding, and ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., the office of the Clerk of said may reject any or all bids. No bidder may withdraw his . 15c32 Court his Final Report and Pe· FOR SALE OR TRADE '41 FU 2551. tition for Distribution, asking bid after the hour set for the Chev. Coupe 'With 48 motor, SAWDUST the Court to ·settle said report, opening thereof or before a warp $50.' GR 0485 after 5 p.m. 12p32 of the contract unless said awar<l 9 SHAVINGS distribute the property to the 1946 DODGE 1-ton truck for persons thereto entitled and to is delayed for a period exceed30) days. sale; new horse rack, duals, It UPLAND SLAB discharge said Carl R. Ellefson, ing thirty (BETHEL SCHOOL new tires; motor in excellent administrator and that said reDISTRICT NO. -103: condition; GR 3168. 12c32 • pott and petition will be heard ROY C. NIXON on the 26th day of April, 1957, Chairman of ''tho BR 8311 at 9:30 a.m., at the court room 1; Evergreen Board. of the Probate Department ·of Published in the Times-Joufoal said Court, at which time and TACqMA UPHOLS~RY - . place any person interested in April 4, 11, 18, 1957 .. 50 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR Specral on reupholstermg dav. said estate may appear and file $495.00 enport, chair, as low as $129. objections thereto and contest State of Washington, Office 9f Supervisor of \Vater Resourc~s Davenos. $49.00; Rocker, $29. the same. GR 4772 138th & Pac. Olympia. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR Dated this 29th day of March, Take notice that Southea~l 0327. 15ctf 1957. Tacoma Mutual Water Co. of TaFarm Ads ROBT. L. DYKEMAN FOR SALE Siegler heaters coma, Washington on April fl, Clerk of said Court. 1957, filed application for permiL at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; CATERPILLAR' TRACTOR, Model GR 0256; 120th & Pacific Ave. By J. W. LODGE, . to withdraw public ground 'Y.l'!tets 20; very good working condi· Deputy. 15ctf through a well situated within tion; can be bought mi our InKendall 0. Halvorsen the 0. P. Meeker D.L.C. of Ser· Classical Attorney for the Estate sured Monthly Payment plan. PIANO LESSONS tion 3, Township 19 N, Range '.3 KLASEY CHEVROLET CO., Inc., and modern. Reasonable rate. 217 Garfield Street .. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. l5ctf P. 0. Box 2456 Parkland Branch E, \'1.M., in Pierce County, in the Morton, Wash.; phone 2434. amount of 260 Gallons per minTacoma 44, Washington. subject to existing right!;, Ace Dirt Movin9 Co. Published in the Times-Journal ute, Continuously, each year for the BULLDOZING . DITCHING April 4, 11, 18, 1957. purpose of Public domestic supGRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC ply. T.M\"KS • DRAIN FIELDS. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Any objections must be a!:1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Sealed bids will be received companied by a two dollar ($2) Phone Puyallup 5·2452 by the undersigned until 8:30 p. recording fee and filed with tl1e 15ctl!' m. on the 23rd day of April, State Supervisor of Water Rc;cTO FIND the pet that will bring 1957, for the general contract sources within thirty (30) da;Ys added enjoyment to you and for construction of four school from the date of last publication. Witness my hand and official your family . . . visit the Ta- rooms and play shed Elementary coma Humane Society, 2608 School addition for Bethel School seal this 12th day of April, 1957. 403, Spanaway, M. G. WALKER Center St. Open daily, Sat. & District No. State Supervisor of Sunday from 9 - 5. Many ani- Washington Bids will be received at the "Water Resources. mals to choose from. 15c32 II Ill Office of the Superintendent of Published in the Times-Journal SPECIAL 8xl0 photos $2.00 eitch. Schools, High School Building: April 18, 25, 1957. Meat Billfolds $4.50 dozen. Family Per Feed Dollar Portrait Studio, 8411 South ''Use" Park. 15ctl HAlllilftP FAR RFll!.l"P Tria11glt:: Fai'lii Pi'Uveu FeWi

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Parker Paints

RUDY'S

Feed & Seed Co. 4660 Pacific Ave.

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FOR SALE - Tom turkeys, alive or dressed; also fryer rabbits. Goslings and hatching eggs; phone Graham 7-7810. 15c33 NEW SCHICK (25) $20; Whirla way spinning pole with self inclosed reel and 15Q-yard line $15; 1920 East 112th, GR 4073. l5c32

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ULTRA MODERN two bedroom home. Frigidaire, electric heat, built-in range, refrigerator, drapes furnished. Beautiful surroundings. South end of Spanaway Lake on Loop Road. Ten minutes from McChord Base. $95.00. Will furnish completely if desired.

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EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY !Mon. &. Tues. Wed. & Thurs. Western Canned Music Music

Swanson, Publwity Chliirman The regular me>cting of the A~erfoah . Legion Auxiliary of Parkland Post 228 was held April 11 at Sunshine hall. The nominating committee reported their slate for the May 9 election. Plans were made for a potluck dinner for April 25 at 6:30 p. m. to observe Pan-American Day Which ended a six months study

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o! the. auxiliary in Honduras. All members a~e urged to bring their families; Dishes of southern countries will be featured.

Local Airman

Mrs. ·Helga Doering rep6tts that plans for the May 6-7 thmmag·" sale nre shaping up niCely bht she needs more help and garm~nts. Anyone having dotia" tions is asked to call her at HUbbard 0317. Poppy Day fa coming up nnd Mrs. Arthur Hart needs lots of volunteer workers. The Ame1'ican Legion poppy is htmdmade b:,· hospitalized yeteraris~ the sales giving them a .little spending money, in addition to the therapeutic value of the work The Past Presidents Parley met April 9 with Mrs. Walter Fritz of Thrift. A deliciou§ luncheon was ·served by the hostess, Mrs. Fritz was elected chairman for the coming year and Mrs. James Jensen will succeed herself as secretary-ti·easuter. 'A motion carried to meet .with the new

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Things don't always happen Thursday, April 18, 1957 .. that way, but if they did, one of The TIMES-JOURNAL the men who would know about it is A/1C George Krater of the . Ori hand tliis slimmer to watch Hq Sq Sec., 325th Air Base chC>re by the maintenance crews, dad "keep 'em roliiri' " :Will· be Group, McChord. George .says. young (seven months) !{rater's hobby since high Krater ahd CE!y i·ace their Jr. and Mrs. Krater . school days has been "rods" in ancient Ford . at the Seattle-Taone form or another ahd he cur- cpma Speed;vay iJ.ear Seattle and rently spends man~ of his off the Skagit Speedway at Mt. • duty hours working in the pits at Vernon. B.est tiine for the 23IDnve a couple of the local race tracks. year-old auto is 16:06 seconds .I ;~.-. for a quarter mile run Ho has one-quarter interest in · ...,.,. v"" l!..11'11:

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Thursday, April 18, 1957 The. TIMES -JOURNAL

The Gloria Motycka Orthopedic Guild had their. annual silver tea and fashion show Thursday, April 4, witth a large turn out of guests; •.Mrs. Kinney was fashion commentator and between each showing a section of the attractive program was given. Mrs. Andrews played the fashion music and tea was poured by Mrs. Staab and Mrs. Nelson. Talent Show . h Th e annua1 Ta1ent sh ow, w h tc . b . . 't th' . . . 1s ecommg qm e·a mg m our commum'ty, t oo"k p1ace S a t ur d ay · -

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night, April 6. A large crowd gathered to watch talent from all the neighboring towns as well as home folks perform. ']'he winners for each section were: Pantomine,, '1st, Kathleen Willia.ms and Leslie West; 2nd, Monica Ressler; 3rd, Sharon Irons. Instrumental, 1st, Swedes; 2nd, Judy Redburg and Coleen Neeley; 3rd, David Braaten. Singing, 1st, Trudy and Lynn Pederson; 2nd, Carolyn •and Betty Marriot; 3rd, Melodeers. Dancers, 1st, Pamela Hayden; 2nd, Sharron Jackson and Krumpus; 3rd David Lor· enze. Youth Dance The Youth dance committee is going to ):lave another dance. The success of this one will determine whether more dances can be planned. It's to be this Friday. Reporter - Mavis Zacek, Rt. 1, Box 246-B, Graham, Wash.

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The Busy Beavers, along with all the other 4-H Club members of Pierce County, attended Rally Day at the U. S. Naval Station. Vie visited the U.S.S. Commencement Bay, an escort carrier built during World War II with the funds from the sale of War Bonds sold in Pierce County. She was built at the Todd Shipyards here in Tacoma. We also were guided thru the U.S. Lejune ·which was built in 1939 in Hamburg, Germany. It was a German submarine supply ship in the second World War. It was caught a t sea by t h e a 11'1ed f orces d ch d an ase to the neutral port · 0 f M0 ;itevi·d eo, U.ruguay. By mternat1onal law it was allowed asylum for 72 hours; during this time the Germans tried to sab· otage and· scuttle the ship as it left port. She was taken by Uruguay and later bought by the United States Navy,. repaired and then became a troop carrier. It carried 5,000 combat troops and their· equipment plus 300 ca bin passengers. The club members enjoyed the U.S.S. Gurnard, a submarine. It is permanently based here at Tacoma for · training purposes. After the tour of the ships, we had our lunch ("chow down" in the Navy). It was the regular food for the day. But as the boy members so aptly put it, "if this is regular. chow-the Navy's for me!'' Our club members thank .the planning committee for a very pleasant trip, and also the officers at the Naval Station for being such splendid hosts. Our congratulations to Valerie Bombardier .for .being . selected queen of the Pierce County 4-H Fair. Also our congratulations to the other girls who were selected as princesses. Our county will be. proud to have you girls represent our 4"H clubs. Those attending from our club were: Mrs. Fred Rousseau and sons, ·Philip. and Ellis, Mrs. Otto Anderson and son Jerry, Mrs. Chas. Breithaupt and Roger and Linda; .Ervin Myhre, Howard Morris, Judy Garrison, Gary Robertson. Our' next meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon during spring vacation. Linda Breithaupt, reporter.

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S'ECTION THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957

Volume 12, No. 32

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Receives Honors ZAMA, Japan (AFFE/8th Army Rear) -April 11 - Army Master Sergeant Alan A. McManamna, of 114 South 116th Street, Parkland, Washington, was congratulated by Brigadier General I. Sewell Morris, Transportation Officer, U. S. Army Forces, Far East and Eighth U.S. Army (Rear), after being awarded the Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant at Camp Zama, near Tokyo, Japan. The ribbon was given for his display of "outstanding professional skill" in preparing and reviewing reports and his "exceptional knowledge" of supply and management procedures concerning the Army's Transportation Corps. He entered the Army with experience in the transportation field gained from employment with a commercial ,firm in Seattle. A veteran of 14 years in the Army, Sergeant MsManamna has served in Alaska, New Guinea, the Philippines, Korea and Japan. He has been on duty in Japan since March, 1955, and is scheduled to return to the U. S. about May 1 for reassignment to ·.Fort Lewis, Washington. The Sergeant's wife, Edna, and their four children, Alena, Frances, Allen, and Susan aro at their home in Parkland.

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Air Lin es Stewardess Wins Silver Wings, 1

Miss Harriett K. Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anders Nelson, Parkland, has won the silver wings of a United Air Lines stewardess. After 5% week at the company's stewardes training school in Cheyenne, Wyo., she now serves aboard Mainliners flying in and out of Los Angeles. Miss Nelson is a graduate of Vancouver high school and attended Clark college and Arizona State college. In becoming a stewardes, Miss Nelson has entered a profession which was pioneered by United and is observing its 27th anniversary this year.

M ecd Makers 1

The six 4-H Meal Makers all carried away blue ribbons at the Meal Preparation contest in March. LaVonne Roggness and· Nancy Guinn are now going to the elimination contest at Puyallup. The girls are starting their baking and flower arranging project.

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Elbe News

First Solo· Flight

The Community Sewing Circle of Mineral, Pleasant Valley and Elbe met at the home of Doris Robertson April 9, with 16 members present. The next meeting will be Tuesday, April 23, at the home of Mrs. June Kast of Elbe. Easter Service The Wayside Mission holds the Easter service Sunday morning at 11:00. The Rev. John Christensen of Tacoma will ,bring the Easter message, Visitors Weekend guests of the Robertson families were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Anderson of Chelan, brother-in-law and sister of Quill and Robert Robertson, and their mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Odell are visiting relatives and friends in Lewiston, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mettler and family of Morton spent Sunday with Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mettler Sr. of Elbe. Tree Planting The 7th and 8th grades of Columbia Crest school had a tree planting day last Wednesday, planting trees on the school lawn under supervision of Principal Rose. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens and family o[ Seattle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, recently. Marcus Hale visited Elbe recently recaling the days when he was a primary pupil in school over 40 years ago. Home Again Mr. and Mrs. G. Lamphere are home after an absence of many weeks. Mrs. Lamphere is to be the cook at the fire hall this summer for the crew of workers during the tree ylanting and the fire season. Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick has returned from Aberdeen where she was nui·sing her sick mother. Mr, and Mrs. Don Bowerman and family have moved back to the Elbe community. Reporter Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

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The following building permits have been fasued by Keith F. Jones, Pierce County Engineer building department: G. T ...Hagen,. $1300 addn. to honl.e, Clear Lake; Carl HedlunB, $20,000 dental office, 324 South Garfield; Lue B. Cunningham, $16,400 trailer court, 13703 So. J'ay; .Nobel Parham, $150 frame gara~c, 1505 State Hist. Rd. No. 1; Country Chapel, $9500 addn. to Sunday school, 2824 E. 112th; Covenant Community Church, $5500 Sunday school, Graham.

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PENSACOLA, Fla. (FHTNC)A first solo flight was made March 20, by Naval Aviation Cadet John D. Smidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Smidt of Parkland, Wash. In addition to solo flights, he is receiving training in Com, munications, Navigation, Engineering, Athletics, Aerology and civil air regulations at the Saufley Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. After eight weeks at Saufley Field he will advance to the formation flying stage of his flight training at another field in the Pensacola area.

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Rev. Paul Stone Pastor Mt. Highway at Loveland

Special Easter Service · Sunday at 11:00 All welcome - Bring your families.

EASTER SERVICES Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "He Has Risen." Music by choir. Evening Yquth Groups, p.m. Communion: Friday.

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Holy Week Services Holy Thursday: 6:30 p.m. Solemn Mass, Holy Communion and Procession. Good Friday: 6:30 p.m. Liturgy of the Passion and Death of Our Lord, Holy Communion, Stations of the Cross. Holy Saturday: 4:00 - 6:00 and 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Confessions. 10:30 p.m. Easter Vigil Service: Blessing of the New Fire, Paschal Candle and Baptismal Water ........ . 12:00 Midnight: Solemn Mass. Easter Sunday: Masses: 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.

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Pancakes, eggs, ham, juice, coffee and milk will be the star attraction at this year's annual James Sales Grange Easter breakfast April 21. Mrs. Guy Gordon, the general chairman, announces that the breakfast will be served from 7:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. at the Grange hall just west of Park Avenue .on South l1~th street. The charge wil be $1.00 for the adults, 50c for children under 12 and pre-school children free. Committee chairmen are: Tickets, Mrs. M. Cole, Mrs. Charles Ward; reception, J. T. Sullivan, Mrs. Jake Brandt; decoration, Mrs. Harry Sprinke;<; dining room, Mrs. Arne Steen and all the. Grange ladies; kitchen, Mrs. Howard Freeman, Charles Ward, James Sales, John Wilhelm, Herbert Cox, C. M. McKenny, Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. 0. C. Wisner, Mrs. Jake Brandt, Jam~s Taylor, Jr., Jerry Carlisle, Gene Henkel, Kenneth Johnson, Paul Froman, Howard Freeman, C. Henkel.

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non last Thursday for a delight• ful luncheon. Flowers were made for corsages; The next meeting will be at the Grange hall April 25 with a sack lunch at the hall. Cake Sale Officers of the P-TA wish to thank all who co-operated for the cake sale, which was a big success. Smoker The annual Clover Creek smoker will be held Friday, April 26, at 7:30 p. m. in the school gym. This is the annual fund raising event sponsored by the P-TA and will feature from 15 to 20 matches. In addition, there will be a tag wrestling match put on by the Bethel wrestling squad; also a free-for-all boxing match

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'Rainbow Carnival Cedar Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will hold a carnival at the Royal A. Gove Masonic hall, South 38th and Sheridan, Saturday, April 20, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Food will be sold, with attractive booths, gamen and awards.

Those present were Mesdames Lindell Schrawyer, Frank Hughes, Walt Nordberg, Andrew Franich, William Dalby, Robert Westerman, Ha1'l'y Lindbo, Carl Nelson, Merlin Southwell, James Nutt, Bruce Grosverncr and Nina Weimer, the hostess and honor guest. Rainbow Girls Rainbow Girls from five as· semblies met at the 1st Presby· terian church for special services Sunday, April 7, later going to a local restaurant. for dinner. Rainbow Girls from 1 Clover Creek were Sandy Randles, Ladema Moore and Sharon Vorak. Women's Club The Clover Creek Women's club met with Mrs. Leroy Gan-

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neSd?Y, Ap1'il· 24; for· its ·F11th-·. P::ige 10 ers Night event, with the dads The TIMES serving a pancake supper from 5:00 .to 8:00 o'clock. The affair 50c, pre-school children free." is open to the public . The sourdough pancakes and .The pancake· supper, a fund trim.mings will be prepared and raising project of the school, is served by the dads of Elk Plain, Elk Plain P-TA will meet Wed- offering "all you can eat for headed by Mr. Boyce, commit~ tee chairman for the event. Glenn Hull promises some very

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excellent entertainment for the diners every half hom . To Alaska Mrs. John Walters (Charlehe Otterstad) and son Byron left Friday by plane for Anchorage, Alaska, to join Mr. Walters who is stationed there with the U. S. Army, Bethel P-T Postponed Bethel Hi P-TA will be held a week late because of Easter vacation on April 25. Ed Neil will speak on the ·proposed Booster club for the high school. Grange Elk Plain Grange will meet

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Jack-be-nimble, Jack be quick, with the aid of fascinating hobbies at the HOMESTEADER. Materials are all assembled for copper-craft and painting-made-easy. They welcome new crew members aboard their ship 'n 'plane model clubs and . ·for others there's a complete line of records. 414. Garfi.:ld.

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Gay as a Spring symphony, harmonizing frocks and accessories at LAURINA'l"i3 are fresh in color and fa bric designed for the Easter parade in cape effects, boleros -@and 2-piece styles. Hats of lacey or tailored straws are Parkland Kiwanis member, sure to give you a head start. Vern Ashford is proving himself very capable in his extra-Iii>curricular position, barring a few repercussions, More powPast this Easte1· threshold, er to you, Verr1! :vou may find more happiness in a home than you've ever -@known: A beautiful rambler which has I824 square feetmade for living and comfort! Stone fireplace in living room, dining room plus eating space in kitchen, 3-bedrooms on main floor and extra room over double garage. The barn is concrete and the whole place is well-drained. Jennie, GR 8609 or HU I210; PARK• LAND REALTY COMPANY. -<l!-

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frosh Baseball To · Wash Automobiles Funds for uniforms! That is the objective ·of the Franklin Pierce freshman baseball team ' (not a school function) as they will have three car wash stands going full blast on Saturdays April 20 and 27. Under the direction of Coach Bud Galusha and assitant Carl . Strand, the boys will be washing cars at Tommervik's, Beitz ·.and Christensen Midland Service Stations. Since the squad is not a school function the boys must raise funds· for their unifcirms. All are asked to help by driving into one of the three spots.

Several tournaments are sched~ uled this weekend at the two In the best 17 tourney last local golf clubs as the finals in weekend Len Blakely took first the Best Ball Club Champion- division honors with 66-9 for a ship and a medal tourney is 57. Second division first place slated at Brookdale while an- was a three-way· tie with Rus other medal event is set for the Gaines (72-10 for 62), Wayne College links. Weaver (75-14 for 62) and Matt In the best ball ac.tion at' Allegro (75-13 for 62). Howard Brookdale, Ernie Althuser and Bond took the third division Bernie Salterr meet Len Blakely with 81-21 for 60. Walt Trent and Spence Broomhead for the and Don Broughman tied for sccclub title. Althauser and Salter and with 61. gained the finals by dumping Point Tourney Bob Allard and Les Patterson In the point tourney at the 1-up and the other finalists de- College Golf Club Cliff Olson took feated Norm Mayer and John first division honors with 41 Fadness 5 and 4. points followed by Carl Colton Consolation and Oral Markward ·with 39. In the consolation Walt Trent Al Anderson won the second and Al Stearns tangle with Rus division top spot with 41 points. Gaines and Fred Koch. Trent and Morris Ford and Ed Hager tied Stearns defeated Bill Baun ancL for second with 39. According to Brookdale Pro Bill .Elkins while the other pair whipped Bob Sims and Bob An- Chuck Brown, approximately 35 derrson for the playoff spot. entered the Brookdale tourney. Joe Greco, pro at the College course, stated that 20 entered their event. The turnout was good considering the Sweep.. ~ef-' stakes held at Highlands.

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Baseball Squad Hosts Puyallup Tuesday

by Frank Franich

Franklin Pierce's Cardinals invade Clover Park today for a triangular Mildred Sabol took individual track meet along with Although most outdoorsmen have their mind$ honors for the Rolling Bee La- Renton. Meanwhile t·h e dies' Bowling league Monday af- junior cinder squad is at Hudtloff focused on fishing s.ince the opening of the lowlanf!ternoon when she rolled a 483 with Renton also sending its jun- lake season is only a few days old, a O·peration Adr visory Committee on hunting recently completed op~ for high series and 189 for high ior high squad. single. In team standings, Carleration "CHEC". . The Cards' baseball team son Brothers still held first place. swings into action again on TuesTh.is operation concerned the question . . . Ca~ Splits were picked up by Mary day as they host the Puyallup deer hunters enjoy their sport on private lands with~ Fink, · Mildred Sabol, Audrey Vikings in a Puget Sound League out shooting up signs, starting fires or damagin¢ Johnson, Mary Paton, Inez Mc- tilt. roads? I ROLLING BEE

Cormick, Relores Satterlee, JoseTuesday the Cardinals and phine Proffit and Lucille Smath- Highline travel to Auburn for another Puget Sound League STANDINGS triangular. The junior high W L school cinder team will be at Carlson Brothers .... 33 1l Auburn the same day. H & W Wiring ....... 28'/:i 15 1h Last week the Cardinals inParkland Pharmacy .. 27 17 itiated their new track but were State Savings & Loan.25 19 edged by Enumclaw 63-54 in a Bazaar of Originals ... 25 19 close dual meet. First place win1 Rucker Brothers ..... 24'/:i 19 h ners for the Cards were: Hiblar, Bryan's Apparel ..... 17 27 880, time, 2:15; Stanley, shot, Puget Sound Nursery. 15 29 distance 47' 5"; Malmin, pole Park Ave. Shoes ...... 15 29 vault, height 10'; Selk, high Lincoln Furniture .... 10 34 jump, height 5'8"; and the mile relay team. Time 4:08.3.

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Margaret Doherty, with a high single of 208, and Ethel Mark' ham, with a high series of 532, paced the Paradise Pinette league while Tacoma Rubber Stamp continued to dominate first place. Jun~ Cleveland, Lois Bigelow, Pacific Lutheran's track and Blanche Moody, Dorothy Kent, baseball squads are idle until Pat Pitsch and Almeta Hoehn next week as the hardballers do not swing into action until TuesTOP HURLER..,...John Fromm, Pa- picked up splits. day when they journey to Secific Lutheran College javelin STANDINGS L attle to meet the Seattle Uni· w champi?n, displays the form t?at Meanwhile, won hun the NAIA spear. title Tacoma Stamp . . . . . • 31 13 versity Chieftans. 14 the trackmen host Fort Lewis last year, Fromm; who. has wo~ Lincoln Fuel . • . . . . . • 30 each meet he has entered this Wilma's Beauty . • . • • 27 17 Saturday afternoon at 1 p. m. The Qhieftans from Seattle are season, is expected to repe11t his Keller Floor . . . . . . . . . 25 19 24 out to better their good 19-5 national crown. Photo by Mc- Emma's Beauty . . . . . . 20 24 baseball record of last year. Pee Wee Tavern. . . . . • 20 26 Coach Joe Faccone is helped with Parkland Cleaners . . . 18 26 the presence of 10 returning letVaughan's Lumber Co. 18 DRIVE SAFELY 27 termen. Five of the returqing Whylie's Cafe ....... 17 SAVE A LIFE Parkland Fuel . . . . . . . 14 30 award winners are pitchers with only one gone from the 1956 squad. .The Chieftans won their first five games this season. \_Where OVEU".,i I The Fort Lewis track squad inBess Sparling 1fired a 510 to cludes runners and field men take high series honors for the from all parts of the nation and Paradise Housewives 1e a g u e are expected to give the Lutes a while Alyce Queree and Frances close meet. Hansen each hit 192 for single Local eyes will be on John honors. Fromm, NAIA javelin champion, Erickson's Shoes are still lead- who will lead the Gladiator ating the team standings with one tack, week to go in the last half play. High series record is held by Val Bremer with 555 and high single by Evelyn Baskett with IBY AN EXPERT 225.

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According to this committee's report, which wa~ gathered from studies ii1 Lewis County during th¢. past deer season, the answer of the question is "Yes"t Representatives of the Washington State Departt ment of Game, Lewis County Sheriff's Office, W eyert haeuser Timber Co. and Lewis County Poggie Clu~ served on the committee. I * * * * Ii The test was conducted on a 70-square-mile are4 of the Vail tree farm near Chehali~ with a total of 357 hunters checking in during the 21-day buck seat son last October and November. l The area was dotted withh 113 road directional signs and educational po·sters. There were no cases of hunting law violations, lost. hunters, theft of equipf ment, vandelism, fire, road damage, firearm accif dents or non-compliance w,ith instructions,

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Meanwhile, in adjacent non-CHEC areas manl of the above mentioned things were happening. The CHEC hunter was first greeted with sign~ reading "Welcome Sportsmen" on roads leading .t<j the CHEC station. After receiving a permit, he wa~ offered a map of the area, a cup of coffee and booklei! l,isting game laws and hunting tips. ; Free cabins and firewood were availaihle on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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"This is our year to remodel" Is your family outgrowing your house? This-sprlng lots ii :folks will be adding that new bedroom, or extra bath, o.r a family 'toom for TV. And financlrlg sndt projeas be a problern if yotl

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George Turner. as chairman. A lovely afghan made by Mrs. Turner will be awarded that same evening. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Floyd Ayers, Albert Bombardier, Victor Eshpeter, Edward Hendricks, Robert Irving, Frank Johnson, Richard Johnson, Elmer Morud, George Pyette, Lesley Roley, William Shanahan, C. B. Smith, Nels Swolgaard, Ralph Taylor, George Turner, Charles Hancock, Day Smith, Walter Olsen and Viola Bursten. Lucky Dozen The Lucky Dozen club will ineet for 11:00 o'clock potluck luncheon Wednesday, April 24, at the home of Mrs. Ernest Hubachek. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, GRanite 8545.

Thursday, April i8, 1957

The TIMES-JOURNAL MIDLAND ••

Midland .Mixers Dau1cing Tonight The Midland Mixers will be square dancing this Thursday in the Collins Grange hall at 8:00 p. m. Curt Taylor will be calling. Those attending are asked to bring something for potluck an.d their own cup and' service and coffee will be served by Mr. and Mrs. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Larson. Newly elected officers for the group are: President, Joe Hofto; vice-president, Del Force; secretary, Mrs. Dick Rave; treasurer, Mrs. Don Slenkamp. The Mixers were very proud of the float entered in the Daffodil Parade last Saturday by the Rainier Council Square Dancers which won the other clubs and organizations first prize with their Sunbonnet Sue float of daffodils and square dancers. · Preschool Harvard-Midland Preschool will meet Wednesday, April 24, at 8:00 p. m. at the Harvard school, with Mrs. C. R. Storlie presiding. Dr. John Moore, dentist, and Dr. Theodore A. Haley, physician, will speak on "Fluoridation." Mrs. Richard McNabb will sing two vocal solos. Hostesses for the evening social hour will be Me.sdames Alicia ·Wood, Pearl Smith, Margie McCue and Genera Reutter. Cloverettes Nancy Bombardier and her mother were hostesses. to the Midland 4-H Cloverettes Tuesday, April 2. Attending were Julie Johnson, Pat Winterton, Linda Martin,. Marcella Lawler, Cory Miller, Nancy Bombardier, Joann

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Ayers and Anita McElroy, and mothers, Mesdames Norman Johnson, Alfred Winterton, Albert Bombardier and E. J. Lawler. Refreshments were served. Nancy gave a demonstration on "Cocoa Syrup." The next meeting will be held at the home of Joann Ayers, May 8. Friendship Club The Midland Friendship club met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Cleary Wednesday, April 10, for a potluck luncheon. Members bro11ght Easter candy for children at Rainier School at Buckley and also donated towards the Birthday fund they send every month for one of the children who don't have anyone to give them a birthday party. Attending were Mesdames Emil Nouguier, Frank Couture, Floyd Jensen, Fred Dimond, Charles Harris, Walter Corrigan, Fred Siehl, Herbert Piper and the hostess, Mrs. Cleary. Orthopedic The Midland Orthopedic Guild would like to thank everyone who attended and all those who worked and donated . for their recent s p r i n g "Evening of Games" and linen awards, which turned out to be such a wonderful success. Awarded the four boxes of linens were Ed Van Arman, Dick Christian, Mrs. Velma Hardy and Mrs. Jessie Siddall. Son Honored Mr. and Mrs. Allen Zook entertained at a buffet dinner in honor of their son Fred, who has been home on leave from the Air Force. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Demmitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed and son, Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burlingame and sons. Fred was presented a billfold and money gift from all the aunts and uncles and other relatives. Fred was recently graduated from a course in Aircraft Control and Warning as a Radar Repairman-AN/FPS-3 and AN/ FPS-6. He completed the course at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi. Fred will fly to San Francisco Wednesday, April· 10, and from there he will go to Japan for two years. H-M-L Auxiliary The H. M. & L. Ladies' Auxiliary met in the Midland fire hall April 3, with Mrs. William Shanahan presiding. Election of officers was held as follows: President; Mrs. Floyd Ayers; vice president, Mrs. Don Kemp; secretary, Mrs. Andrew Christensen Jr.; treasurer, Mrs. Elmer Morud. Birthdays .honored for the month were for Mesdames Victor Eshpeter, Willmm Shanahan ·and Edward Hendricks. Plans were discussed for their "Evening of Games" to be held on Friday evening, May 24, with Mrs.

·tiful plant. Attend Reception Mrs. A. Dworsky and son were guests at the golden ding reception held for Mrs. 0. Shockley Sunday, 14, in the Midland· commumtY,;\ hall. Vacation Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lauen.borf!': left Saturday for two weeks cation in California. Easter Service Celebration of Easter for Covenant Community church wi start with 6:00 o'clock sun service, with other services du ing the day. The Rev. Paul Nelson is the pastor. Graham 7-7640.

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Times journal v 12 no 32 apr 18, 1957