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Thursday, April 18, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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LIST WITH LORING $6975 - FURNISHED

SALES ROAD $6250,00 on this 2 bedroom bungalow, garage, o\her oubnildings. 3 lots. Small down. Call Gene Underwood, GR 3501 days, HA 9127 eves.

BULLDOZING

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Shrubs - Planting

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o!fll!l;ses Cowboy Coolde!

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

FOR RENT - 2 bedroom furnished house $60 a month; util· itins paid; vacant May 1st; GR 7448. 10p33

FOR RENT - 3-room house, furnished or partly furnished; $50 CASH for livestock of all kinds. including utilities except heat; Also wanted live cattle for mink GR 7581. 10p33 PLOWING, rotovating, leveling, feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACKlawns; R. D. Beeler, GR 4940. IN; MA 3565, 8ctf FOR RENT '.'..._ Furnished duplex, 3ctf 12605 Pacific Ave., Parkland. HIGHEST CASH PRICES paid for 10c33 RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· smelter pole and log timber. $60 plus lights. struction. Puyallup sandy loam Call evenings, GR 5972. 8ctf FOR RENT - 1 ye::u· old 2 bedtop soil, new lawns; nothing - - - - - - - - - roo1n hcm-3 on 5 acres, with firedown, 30 months to pay. GR ll:'l! Real Estate place; wirnd for dryer and auto 3127. 3c!f washer; available Me.y 1st. $.55 ' 21:~ ACRE per month. Phone GR 8,150 after CLOSE IN. $500.00 down. 2 bed- ~O p.m. 10c34 rooms, possible 3rd. Large. liv- \ill n . • C:: , ing room, dinette, kitchen wired r;..epa1r ~·ifH'Vl!C<iil II 2ank 220, good built-ins, utility room Run wired for washer and dryer, WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Gravel auto. hot water, attached gar- Largest stock in tO\.\'Il. Repair. Wai:er age. One block to city bus. Call inj! that pleases. B.B.'s Wa&her Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Un es Service, 3727 So. G. I-IT 9409 1lctJ $150.00 DOWN TO GI Septic NEAR 6th & Sprague. 3 bed- • Tanks rooms, living and dining room, rS Au'i'omotrve 12 Top Snil at concrete foundation, electric range, refrigerator and piano '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; Reduced Pricea SMALLEY included. Priced at $6,500 Call wholesale prices. MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., Ralph Decker, HI 9579. GR 4060 anytime, evenings, $250.00 DOWN Sundays. 12ctf PRICE $4,950.00. Move in today. ROTOVATING & TRACTOR 3 bedrooms, living room, dining FOR SALE - 1950 Dodge CorWORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma room, kitchen wired 220, utility onet gyromatic 4-door sedan; 12c33 Chesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. room, garage, 2 lots. On Mc- GR 7794. Ave. Call Ralph Decker, - - - - · 3ctf Kinley HI 9579. FOR SALE - Just the car for your boy or girl on graduation. $3,250.00 53 Olds convert. Super 88; MOVE in today. $150.00 down, Radio, heater, power brakes. furnished 3 rooms and bath, REAL SHARP. GR 5520. 12c33 Electric range, refrigerator, etc. Prompt Service, Anytime 2 lots, 1 block to bus. Call Work & Parts Guaranteed Ralph Decker, HI 9579. $4,950.00 F. ~ $800.00 DOWN. 2 bedrooms, liv- USED TRACTOR SALE Saturday; ing room, dining room, kitchen RAINIER TRACTOR, River Rd., 'PRUN1NG, SPRAYING; lawn wired 220, good built-ins, brk. Puyallup; phone 5-2105. 13c36 mowing service; reasonable nook, 3-pc. bath, large utility rates; Parkland area; HU 1605. room, wall to wall rugs includ- FOR SALE - Milking machine 3ctf ed. Very neat inside, outside with pipe, nozzle, gauges and 2 needs paint. 2 lots, 1 block to milking units, one with new ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING bus. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. rubber complete; $100; W. D, Mile B Service, Airport & Vick· Bromell, Rt. 1, Box 198, Roy. ery Road; GR 9938. 3ctf 13c33

GR 3930

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Walter Earle

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FOR RENT - Small house, furnished or unfurnished; rent t') be paid with farm labor; phone Graham 7-7635. 10c33

EVERGREENS Rt. 3, Box 146, Tac. GR 6784 See sign at Airport & Vickery

Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing Fill Dirt, 'fop Soil, Ditching

WE HAVE some good building sites reasonably priced.

12605 PACIFIC AVENUE

EARLE'S

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

2 BEDROOM home in Parkland, completely furnished, in excellent location on 115th St. Large lot, garage. Call Bill Black, GR 3501 days, 3272 eves.

WEBB ELECTRIC Days GR '7463. Eve. GR 4437 :>PECIAL ORDERS CAKESPhone GR 3330, Patty Ann Bakery t5cU ~~----·

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BABY FURN"ITURE, new and

used, ror sale or rent; .SMALL FRY EXCHANGE 1109 Marke~ St., BR 9505. 15ctf

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LAWN MOWERS

HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, foundations; cement work; free estimates. '.PR 2653. 3ct.f

Power Mowers A Specialty Free Piek-up & Delivery

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l>uyallup 5-2198 for Deliv. ery or will load your truck. Pit at end of 23rd Ave. S.E. Puyallup.

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TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; GR 3536 or 3ctf Puyallup 5c2038. 3ctf

Ace Dirt Moving Co. Bulldozing - Ditching DRAIN :FlELDS Phone Puyaliup 5·245::!

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GRAVEL - AU sizes; top soil; FOUNDATIONS-New additions; leveling; weekend deliveries; free estimates, financing; work GR 7291. 3ctf guaranteed; GR 2002. 3ctf r•

bON'T encourage dishonesty; locks keyed, combinations. changed; Parkland Cycle & Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanito 5772. 3otf

HA 7628 72nd and Portland Ave.

FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at ;10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf

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SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA PUVALl,;.UP 5·210.5 7334. If no answer call HA 3ctf 9222. . • Sett & BL<?CK WORKi itireplaces a specialty; GR 7428 3ctf · ' BRICK WORK Rouse leveling and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace and stone work, GR4291. 3ctf

SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· BRICK modeling, kitchen ca!binets; we sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span.. away; GR 7949. 3ctf ON TOOLS Hall, 1012 .. South bbard 0856.

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Prompt Service

CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers loaded or we haul; GR 7536. 3ctf

KITCHEN CA>BINETS, corner shelve.<:, book cases; birch, fir or knotty pine; built to your HA 70318 Iii I 3980 s·peciJJcations; gel the best for Midland GENERAL CONTRACTING-Free less-ill1y prices are the lowest. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, Nursing Hpme estimates; home repairs, paint3ctf ing inside and out, plumbing, GR 5514. 10816 Port. land.Ave. GR 539!ii fencing, block work; patios; no LICENSED NURSES ON job too small, reasonable rates. DUTY 24eHOURS A .OAV Phone Peter Warchol, or inquire 11509 South Sheridan. ·PLOWING & DISCING - Farm- GR 7458. 3c34 all Tractor... 1st hour. $5.00, thereafter $4.00. GR 7484. 3ctf

C. V. Hutson

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"We Move the Earth"

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Land Leveling

Just Call Us

Sanitary Septic Tank

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ECONOMY

Builders Supply Airport at Portland Ave.

GR 8591 USED BUILDING SUPPLIES And ECONOMY GRADE LUMBER

LAWNMOWERS sharpened and repaired at your home or pickup service; call Van evenings, GR 3656. 3ctf 2 Miles South of Ah·port

on Canyon Road 9

Phone Puyallup 5-7509

R.. W. D'IENTON Jr. .

Mp. D.

Myopractor - Physical Therapy Mon. - Wed. - Fri. 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointme11t Rt. 3, Box 430

Tacoma, Wn.

TOP SOIL - Canyon Road soil; Buck; LA 3189. 3ctf

Hauling

TURBINES

Call GR 7281 Tacoma PJ.1mp & Well Drilling Coe

Puy. 5·2873 GEORGE PURDUE-Plumlbing, Beating. New work Remodel.. mg, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. 3ctf

l a· n d s c,a p e Engineers

WELL DRU.UNG

Clogged Drains? Toilet Won't Flush?

Rt. 71 Box 316 Terms

Fill Dirt Complete Lawn Service Top

Soil

SEAMAN, INC.

Tacoma Tmdes

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Help W .anted

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PARKLAND HEATING CO., servAdvertising salesice for any type heating unit; WANTED parts and filters; Williams Oil- man or saleslady with weekly 0-Matic low pressure furnaces; or daily experience. Full time. 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf Character references and clean driving record required, Apply AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up· Times Journal office. 5p33 holstery & convertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 WANTED - Middle aged baby p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS sitter, Parkland area; three & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. days a week; call GR 5196 after Tacoma Ave .. MA 2200. · 3ctf 7:30, 5p33

ACE SEPTIC TANK

HELP WANTED - Men and women for sales work in an expanding company; good commissions; for information i.vrite to P.O. Box 323, Spanaway, Washington. 5c:i~

SERVICE Beptlo Tanks Cleaned O. B. ACKLEY GR 7882 GR 4343 SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or GR 3204. 3c11 SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Replace and repair work. 3 years to pay; LA 8734. - HI 5945. 3ctf South

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USED PARTS Motors - Transmissions Tires - Batteries We Buy Junk Cars Also Custom Welding by Joe's W~lding 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. Spanaway .. GR 6534

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FOR SALE - Aged chicken fertilizer; delivered hy yard or load; HUbbard 0935. 3c36 CU8TOM KILLING, poultry of all kinds; WA 6952. 3ctf WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, level buildings; ca'binet work, TRACTOR WORK, plowing and concrete work. Reasonable, discing; GR 444·1, 93rd and 3ctf GR 3550. MA 0706. 3ctf Vickery Road.

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TAC~MA UPHOLSTE!RY Special on reupholstermg dav. enport, chair, as low as $129. Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29 , Free estimates; HA 6955, GR 0327, 15ctf FOR SALE Siegl~r hea~ers at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR 0256; 120th & Pacific Ave. . 15ctf PIANO LESSONS . Classical and modern. Reasonable rate. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Consolidated Estate of GEORGE F. ALDRICH and MAIHE G. ALDRICH Both Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the above entitled consoliaafed .7sta7e;".thi;tt an .•. p~rsoil.~~ hav;i;'1l't •>claims against said de~ ccasea. are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said GILBERT E. ALDRICH, Administrator, or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first 'publication Apl'il 25, 1957. Administrator of said Estate ' , GILBERT E. ALDRICH 3805% Sonth Yakima Tacoma, W! ashington MICAEL J., STERBICK Of STERBICK & STERBICK STERBWK & STERBICK Attorneys for Estate Attorneys 3805% South Yakima 33051/2 South Yakima Tacoma, Washington 111 the Superior Court of the State Published in the 'Times-Journal of Washington, for the County April 25; May 2, 9, 1957.

State of Washington, Office of Supervisor of Water Resources Olympia. Take notice that Southeast 'l'acoma Mutual Water Co. of Tacoma, Washington on April 9, 1957, filed application for permit to withdraw public ground waters through a well situated within the 0. P. Meek~r D.L;C. of Sec· tion 3, Township 19<N, Range" 3 E, W,M., in Pierce County, in t;he amount of 260 Gallons per min" ute, subject to existing rights, Continuously, each year for. the purpose of Public domestic supply. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ( $2) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from the date of last publication. Witness. my hand and official seal this 12th day of April, 1957. M. G. WALKER State Supervisor of ·water Resources. Published in the Times-Journal April 18, 25, 1957.

HOUSE FOR RENT UL'I'RA MODERN two bedroom homi;. 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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• Work Wanted

Pumping - Credit - Cleaning

New & Used Machinery RAINIER TRACTOR RiverRd.

MUST SELL three repossessed ELECTROLUX vacuum cleaners for balance due some as low as $10; terms and free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c33

McKinley Hill Realty

BEAUTY SHOP

PETE SYLTE

TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. ginning and advanced. Call J:irn Nylander, GR 05'7"1. 15ctf

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SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. tracting and appliances'; free engineering &ervice fot electric heat; GR 7064. 3ctf • o.

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Man or \Voman OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS A new item. First time offered. Stflrt in spare time, if satisfied, then work full thne. Refilling and collecting money from bulk machines in this area. To qualify you must have a car, references, $720 cash to secure territory and inventory. Devoting 4 hours a week to business your end on percentages of collections should net approximately $350 monthly with very good possibility of taking over full time. Income increasing ac ... cordingly. If applicant can qualify financial assistance will be given by Co. for expansion to full time position \vith above average ]nccn1e. Include phone in application. '\Vrite Box 2008, Parkland, Wash,

SPANAWAY 16 ACRES BEAUTIFUL acreage for motel 01• trailer court. Approximately 10 acres has been cultivated, the balance nice shade trees and view. For further information call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355, HI 8408. BEAUTY SHOP 5502 PACIFIC AVE. A LITTLE gold mine! Owner has to quit-doctor's orders. For further information call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355 or HI 8408. 120 ACRES BEAUTIFUL new 2-bedroom rambler, tile roof. Also,,. older 4-bedroom home, concrete. fdn. 40 acres under cultivation, the best of land; balance pasture and approximately 300,000 feet of second growth timber; 10 miles south of Tacoma. For more details call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or Mick MA 6355 or HI 8408.

Airport Rocket Servic€ FOR SALE - Northwest strawberry plants, $1.50 per hundAirport Rd. Next to IGA red; phone Puyallup 5-2511. Shopping Center 15c33 USED BARGAINS BEDROOM set, vanity with large SALE - 14'x70" wide beam mirror, slipper chair, 4-drawer FOR hoats $275 unpainted; work chest, bed, $49.00. Foam rocker, guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., A-1, $22.50. Clean innerspring 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf mattress $18.75. Simmons bed chair $17,50. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 13lst & Pacific TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Ave, Open till 9:00, GR 3941. classes. All ages. M i l d r e d 15ctf 15c33 Keller, GR 7881.

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SHOES .•.• $11.45

ENGINEER SHOES . . • • $9. 75 BOOTS . . • . $16.95

PIGSKIN

FOR SALE Painters 32-foot COPE BROS., buyers of all . extension ladder; phone HU- kinds of poultry; 102 South bbard 1085. 15p33 72nd St., HA 4406. 15cti'

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FOR' SALE - Pheasant setting, eggs; GR 6959. 15c33

STATTON WAGON OWNERS NOW you can buy a Custom built Kar-Rae you can be proud to put on your Station Wagon. 30 Day Free Trial Beat1tifully varnished, gives that 20 Year Guarantee utU\Vll 8:; country" look. Posi .. tive clip and turn-buckle fastGoodyear Air Foam ening secure your Kar-Rae. Famous Red-Line Foundation Easily handled by one person. McMENAMIN'S Save $40.00 per Rae. Orcha!'d HI 8408 3514 Pacific Ave. Hill Duplexes, office, l43rd & 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 Pacific Ave. So., Phone GR 5194. Qpen Till 9:00 p.m. 15p48

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One tan female Furnished apart- FOR SALE Chihuahua 1 ':!i years old, not 8 Horses m Eauio. I 1- miniature, $10; Rt. 3, Box 210, East ·violet Meadow: GR 0569. 10ctf Sibley & Adrian Roads, Puyallup. 15c33 PALOMINO MARE, saddle and FOR RENT - Furnished 2-room bridle, $220; Shetland, saddle apartment in Parkland Centre ONE NEW HOOVER lark upright and bridle, $200. ·wm sell or Bldg.; $45 including utilities; vacuum,1.956 model. list $80.95; trade for livestock; 11824 WallHUbbard 0446. 10c33 attachments, list $.t6.95; total er Road. 16ctf $106.90 value. Complete for FOR RENT Small furnished $79.50, HURRY ON THIS ONE! upper apartment, outside ent- PARKWAY FURNITURE, 14lst SADDLE.HORSES and ponies; alrance; 401 South 116th; avail- Jl\l; Pacific Ave., Open till 9:00; so saddles; 11824 Waller Road, able May 1. 10p33 16ct£ GR 3941. 15c33 GR 6735.

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Fern HiU··Masonic hall at &4th Peggy Jones ar:i:d ff{}an Mayb.cerry: and South Park. Planning the Following the dinner them affair are Karen .Edwards, Pat ·will be a meeting •when officers .ron<ls, 3t1dy :RtiBefts arid $iisaI1 will be elected and the De'.Mo!ay Stratton; in char~e of publicity,

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60.T A LO.&.O OF ii-It. WEAR't VAG1 ABONDS!! B1ROBl<.Ali\1 S l'ltW. JE:l<I<.• M061L.E: EltOrHT. 1$ L!i.it> UP 'tll\use. soMe:. N1i:'-Tv- sw1F't-f so?fR. st1::1~­ sT,i..-r10H IN i\.\E BIG- 'TOWN 6-l>NE: HIM A FOUR SEC.bi-le:!

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P!CTS.WEET - Fresh-frozen, sliced strawberries, picked early for finer flavor and freshness. A wonderfoI buy! 1OmOJ:. Pk9. 133rd & Pacific, Op:n 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and Sundays. Prices Wed Noon thru Sat. Limit

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8ike-Hercu To Aid NW Army Defe,11ses .... C 61.o n el Harrison A. of at Mc Chord AFB, stated that: ''NIKE-HERCULES, ~erhardt, Commander ~he 31st AAA Brigade

Colonel Gerhardt emphasized: "The HERCULES could be util· ized on the present NIKE-AJAX to the defenses of the Seattle- launcher equipment with minor Tacoma area as rapidly as pro- ".1od~fications. Once these modiduction schedules permit. This fications are made, both models guided missile, which is capable of the NIKE can be fired from of carrying a nuclear warhead the same system. Provisions for is now complotino- final tests at· accommodating the HERCULES the Army's Whit";, Sands Prov· Missile", Colonel Gerhardt adding Grounds in New Mexico." er,. '.'were incorporated into the ongmal plans for constructing the existing NIKE-AJAX sites."

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CARDS . .. GLASSWARE .. STATIONERY COSMETIC'S • LUNCHES .. CAMERS

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SWAN'SON"S Turkey .. Beef .. Chicke1t1

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$2.00 The set NOW is the time, while. this fabulous bargain offer Iasts, to start that· Melmac dinnerware set yon've been wanting! You save $1.90 •• , $1.30 on the enp ,1111d saucer, 60t on the l1.111claeon plate companion special ••• and there's no limit on kow many of these complete lunche<>n place settings you can buy! Perfect for brunch, luneheo:as, party snacks. There's a time limit on the offer, though ••• May 14. • • SQ act TODAY! Complete your Melmac dinner·

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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957

Volume 12, No. 33

Father, Son New Unit For Partners In New Graham Church Super-Market The new Summit View Thriftway super-market at Airport and Canyon road, which opens this weekend, is truly a family affair. The three man partnership father and two sons-will provide a fine combination of long experience· ·in merchandising and the energy and enthusiasm of youth. Th~t factor of youth will be most appa1·ent here, the store manager to be Bob Dietzen, the son. He and his wife Katherine and their four children: Michael, six; Shannoll, five; Theresa, three, and Barbara, two, will be living in the immediate vicin. ity as soon as a ·suitable home is found. Bob was raised in the business, He is a World War II veteran (Air Force) and a member of the Knights of Columbus and Elks lodges. Bob's partners are his father, John J. Dietzen, and his brother, John J. Dietzen Jr., both of whom will remain in Eastern Washington where they have stores in Mosses Lake and Yakima. The Summit View location was selected because the Dictzens believe the area has a fine busincs potential and. that their store will grow with the communit.y an<l prove of sqrvicc in the years to come. SUMMIT

Homemakers to County Meeting The Summit Homemakers club will attend the county-wide Homcmalicrs meeting in the city light building, Tacoma, Wednes<lay, May 1, al. 10:00 o'clock. Members arc asked to bring sack lunches as the meeting will continue most of the day. Topics for the day incude "St. r cam Ii n i ng Hospit.1lity," ••Flo\vc1: Arrangc1nents 1 ' ' ''Table Sctting;11 "Desserts and Snacks 1 ' ' "Electronic -Cpoking" and "Child1·cn'.s. Party Ari·angements." O~·thopedic The Elmer G. Carlson Oi'thopcdia Guild will meet at Luigi's Monday,. May 6, for a· no-host lunch. They a1'e planning to distribut~ envelopes for a coin collection, the proceeds to go to the Mary Bridge Children's hospital. School Election Due to the school election May 21 the registration books were closed April 20 for new 1·e6\trations, but are still open for transfer from one rural precinct to anothe1· till Monday, May 6. Hemembm-, · school elections are very important as the people you elect are the ones who will spend the millage you vote. Visiting Mi:. and Mrs. E. Beyers from Duluth, Minn., are gue:;ts of lhe Emil Beycrn family on 103rd. The men are identical twins and are ha viag a lot of fun fooling lhc people. They were Sunday guests of Ray Beyers of Seat.tic; son of Mr. and .Mrs. Emil Beyers. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McMillan of Canyon road spent the weekend visiting their daughtct" lMarlyon and husband, J\fr. and Mrs. George Sparl's at. Hichland, Wash. CONGRATULATIONS

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The Elk Plain Grange will hold the regular meeting this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 o'clock. Ground breaking cei·emonies Visiting for a new Sunday school buildMr. and Mrs. David Rich of ing were held on Sunday, April Ellensburg visited parents of 7, by the Covenant Community both, also local friends, over the church of Graham, Washington. Easter vacation. In the above. picture, the pastel', Mrs. Johnson and daughters the Rev. Paul T .. Nelson, is seen visited at the home of her conducting the cel'emo~y while daughter,. Mrs. Bob Jupiter, last week. · Mr. and Mrs. Cal Sartain a~e in California and plan to bring their daughter home with them this week. Bethel Games The Bethel Braves nine will take on the Eatonville baseball team under the Bethel. lights Monday evening, April 30, at 7:30 o'clock. The Tennis team will meet Fife on the Fife courts tomor~ row, April 26, at 2:00 p. m. This ·match is being '..watched by all coaches ·as it promises to be one of the most exciting of the season. Behtel Hi P-TA Bethel Hi P-TA will hold its the chairman of the board, Levere final. meeting this e~ening, AJ?ril Gray, turns the first shovel of . 25, m Robm 18 of th.-, high dirt. Approximately 150 mem, sc;11ool. ~he new Booster ch,1b bers of the Sunday school antl will be discussed and Art J'.ahn, church who witnessed this cere- former Bo?ster _club president mony arc not visible in this pie- for Belarmme, w1ll _ talk ?n the turc. This much needed Sunday advantages of fonnm~ this. type school building will be' 70 feet of club. ~be club. will be: op~n Jong by 30 feet. wide and will to all residents of t~<l distnct provide 12 individual class rooms regardless of whether they have plus a large auditorillm and kit- cluldren enrolled m. the 8th grade chen. George Bennett, a mcm- of the vanous distnct schools. her of the church board, is the !Jcthcl Hi Lunch Menu construction foreman for this April 29-May 3 project. Monday - Beef .and noodles, canned tomatoes, apple bctty Hascnbolg-Frcitas with cinnamon sauce, bread and Martha Nellie Hasenbolg of butter, milk. Tacoma and Robert Eugene FreiTuesday Creamed chipped tas were united in marriage in beef on biscuits, corn, fruit cup a single ring ceremony at 2:00 holiday, bread and buttei-, rriilk. o'clock Friday afternoon, April Wednesday Spanish style 19, hy the Hcv. ,John E. Besant ha kcd beans, co le slaw, canned in the Summit Methodist church. Elberta peaches, bread and butParonts of the young couple ter. milk. arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Thursday- Hot. dogs, potato Ilascnbolg of Tacon111 and Mr. chips, macaroni salad supreme, and Mrs. George Frcit.ns oJ Puy- chocolate dipped ii.:c crca111 burs, all up. milk. The altar of the chmch was Friday-Tomato noodle soup, decorated with daffodils and cheese-relish 'sandiwches, gingerlilies. Th.c bride was gowned in bread witl\ whipped cream top'blue ta.ffota and •wore. a white ping, milk. orchid corss.ge: Her ·matron··of• Rep.orter '--+- Mrs. 'Ped Otterhonor was Mrs. Chade~ R., Has- stad, GRanite .7658. enbolg, \vhose husband se1';,ed · as best mun for Mr. Freitas. Wedding music .was played by Mrs. J. B. Besant, wife of the church pastor. Attending the nuptials were the mothel's of the bride and An unusual feature of ·the regroom, Mr. and M1·s. Charles R. Has<0nbolg and Robert D. Crascy cent Daffodil Festival parade of Fallbrook, Calif., cousin of the was the Clan Gordon Bagpipe band, Tacoma's first pipe band bride. in 25 years. Much applause and Rummage Sale favorable comments were heard A rummage sale will be heir:! June 6 and 7 at 15th and Com- as this band marched by playmerce as a benefit for the pro- ing stirring Scottish marching posed Summit Youth Center. tunes, resplendent in white Those in charge wish to remind tunics, green kilts and flashing people of the community to save sporrans and preceded by the all kinds of rummage-clothing, flags of the U. S. A. and Scotdishes, furniture, jcv.relry, rags, land. The band is under the leaderpatterns, etc. - for the sale. ship of its instrnctol' and pipe Those having articles to be picked up may call GR 8011 01· GR major, ,John Montgomery, Scottish born and trained in the Na664:3. Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, tional Piping college in the old counLry. GRanite 8391. The Clan Gordon Pipe band has openings for experienced pipers and a few beginners who have the time and -the interest to practice. For information call Byron Parker, GR 4841. The public will have another Bc;nston Grange will hold an- opportunity to see and hear the other games night Saturday, Clan Gordon Pipe band and April 27, at 8:30 in the hall, 1 1.~ Highland Dancers at the Spanmiles east of Johnson's Co,rncr a:way Recreation Colll)llittec's on the Ifopowsin road. carnival at the new gym, SpanAll residents of ibc commun-- a way school, this Friday, April it.y arc cordially invited to come 26. Doors 01J<m at 7:00 p. m.; out and join in the fun. admission free,

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The Spanaway Recreation Committee carnival will be held this Friday, April 26, . .in the new school gym, starting•at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Anderson, general chairman, has organized. the volunteer help from the many clubs of the district to tnan the var.ions · booths. · ' ·· · · . Of interest to all will be the Carnival Wheel, FLqh Pond, refreshment stand, Garden booth, etc. The Clan Goi'tlon bagpipe band will also entertain. Admission is .free. Refreshments will be served at nominal price. · Itasehall Dance The Spanaway Baseball dance will be Saturday. evening, May 4, in the Elk Plain Grange hall. Tlie Rhythm Boys orchestra will furnish the ~usic. . Working ·hard to make the affair a. big success ii.re Bill Fue~­ ton, owner of the". Prairie Tavern; Dave Hurlmes,. baseball manager, and Jack Rankin, busine~s manager. ' Legion . The America Legion Post Nb. 118 and the Auxiliary will meet Friday, April :"!6, at 8:00 p .. m. at the S:panawa;y_ Legion hall. Better Now Friends are glad to see Ethil.n Nelson of the . Barga.in Ba~ket !!-ble to be about again ·after• a long stay in the .hospital .recovering from . injuries suffernd in an auto accident a month ago. Friemlly Dozen Hostess for the Friendly Doz~n Birthday club Thursday, May ·2, will be Mrs. Margaret Wright. Best Wishes Get well wishes ·for Mrs. John Snowden, wife of the Spanaway Methodist paslm'; also for Mr. and Mrs . .'.fohn Lorenz who have both been in the hospital. Preschool Installs The Spanawny Preschool at a recent meeting installed the following new officers: President, Mrs. Donald Palmer; .vice president, Mrs. Jack Chadwick; secretary, Mrs. Moval Ackley; treasurer, Mrs. William Iverson; Mrs. Dwane Lamlrn was- the installing officer. R~tiring officer!> ·. were; ..President, .Mrs. George Woracek; vice president, Mrs. Gordon McNiven; secretary, Mrs. N:eil. Dorfner; treasurer, Mrs ..Moval Ackley. Grandmothers The Spana way Kan' Do ·Grandmothe;·s club celebrated the club's birthday .at the Top of th~ Ocean last Thursday. Members present were Mesdames George Schnelle, Marion Smith, William Walin, Edward Flannery, Emerson Tarpenning, Emily Ball, Beulah Ballard, Matilda Symmons. Men's Club The Methodist Men's club are having a father-daughter breakfast Sunday morning, April 28, at the Spanaway Methodist church. All men of the community are invited to attend and bring their daughters or a girl aged 8 or older. There will be a guest speaker. Paper Drive Postponed The scheduled paper dl"ive has been postponed mitil Saturday, May 4, at which time Scouts of Troop 34 will canvas the Spana\vay area. Thanks? The Spanaway ;Methodist church wishes to ·thank Troop 34 for cleaning the · church grounds. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

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The Elbe Granbe received the following report regarding the cancelled commemorative stamps GRanite 0223 sent in by Grange members and friends: To date over $2,438.00 worth of these stamps, enough to deliver more than $48,760.00 worth of surplus foods to needy families and orphanages overseas, have been collected.

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Formal opening of the new bank building, 84th and Pacific Branch of the Puget Sound National bank, will be held Saturday, April 27, it was announced today by Reno Odlin, president. The branch opened for business in the new quarters Monday aiter moving from the temporary building over the weekend. Open house will be held at the new bank building at 84th and Pacific avenue Saturday from 10 a. m. until 6:00 in the evening. The public is invited to see the new, modern bank building, The new bank building, in line with advanced modern bank styling, was designed by the architectural firm of Jensen and Mills. The building measures approximately 60 ft. by 73 ft. and con'tains about 8000 ~quare ft. of floor space. It is construd<od of reinforced concrete with red Norman brick veneer facing and trim of a new material of enamel baked on aluminum in an attractive pastel green for the roof edge. Under the large windows the wall consists of a new tempered glass in a pasta! green. On the roof is a Time and Temperature indicator which is in operation 24 hours a day. Interior layout of the new bank building is designed to give the utmost in customer. convenience. There are two convenient c\l!I" tamer entrances, the 84th and Pacific avenue corner entrance at the front of the building .and another just off 84th from the customer par king lot. The rear

entrance has a covered walk extending the length of the building. The large customer area is beautifully finished in mahogany fixtures; a fiber acoustical tile ceiling; alternate gray and blue walls and a gray tile floor covering. On the left side of, the main entrance are five tellers' win· dows, and on the right, two note teller windows and a long coun· ter. Also included in the lobby area is a safe deposit vault, coupon booths, officers' desks, large bookkeeping department ioom and a record vault. Basement facilities include staff lounges, a kitchen and lunch room, record and supply storage rooms, and air conditioning and heating equipment. Customer convenience include a 15,750 square foot parking area providing space for 45 cars; a night depository for receiving cash deposits after hours and a 'round the clock letter drop. The new bank building W!lS completed 10 months after open· lng temporary quarters last July. It serves, in addition to the 84th and Pacific avenue area, Parkland, Spana.way, Summit, Portland Avenue, Edgewgod, Midland, Brookdale, Wapato, Waller Rood, Graham, Woodland, Clover Creek, Collins Road and McKinley Hill. Ralph Hubbard is manager 0£ the Branch. He joined the staff of the Puget Sound National Bank in 1916 after having served for 3 'h years in the U. S.

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of the Odd Fellows were present hunting over in the Kosmos area last week. It was cold and the Buy Home results not much to brag about Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyday .Jr. but they enjoyed the trip. Mrs. have bought the property ·owned .June Kast was elected president by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fish of the Rock club at the last and have been busy moving into meeting. tlwir new home the past week. To Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Fish are now living Mrs. Charles Lutkens and her in Ketchikan, Alaska. daughter, Gertrude Ifa·uger, were Rock Hunting Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Crawford, Floyd Kast, Mrs. Clifford Steele in Seattle. Kast, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kearney Reporter, Pearl E. Engel, and Mrs. Ruby Miller went rock Elbe. to discuss a recreation -progran1.

·They cannot use the common le, 2c or 3c stamps, nor the small air mail stamp--only the cancelled commemoratives. The Elbe Grange wishes to thank all who hav11 been saving and sending stamps to them. It, may be interesting to the. senders to realize that these stamps that would be worth nothing to them can become such a wonderful help and .blessing by your assistance in ·sending the stamps to the Elbe GrangE!, in care of our postmaster, Mrs. June Kast, Elbe. Remember that there is no limit of time allotted to col, lect and send the stamps in and think of the relief and happiness such a little act of kindness is accomplishing. To have value, the stamp should be cut from the envelope with a margin of about a quarter inch around the stamp. Share this grand cause by saving every commemorative stamp and ask friends to do the same. The Theta Rho Girls held their meeting on April 8 with their president, ·Juanita Lutkens, in the ·chair. A spaghetti dinner was planned for April 24. Four

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Pierce County's .treasury was made richer by $201,123.71 when Pacific Telephone paid its real and personal property taxes for the first half of 1957. A check for that amount was delivered by Pacific Telephone District Manaager Eric 0. Brown to the county treasurer, L. R. Johnson. The second portion of the company's tax bill will be paid in October, bringing the year's total to $402,196.24, in Pierce County. The company's tax contribution to the community was pointed up by Brown who noted that of every dollar a customer

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THIS FINE BUILDING IS A BIG BOOST TO A new intermediate square dance club has been organized, RAPIDLY GROWING COMMUNITY combining with the beginners round dance club to form a class at the Masonic Temple, 84th and Park avenue, for weekly lessons on Thursday evenings at 8:00 8431 Pacific Avenue lU llside 4671 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend are the instructors. All • - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' - - - - - - - ' dancers who have completed the beginners classc are invited to join ..

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BIG STEP FORWARD-The handsome new bank building of the 84th and Pacific Branch of the Mother: "No, I won't buy a Puget Sound National Bank is holding Open House Saturday, April 27. Manager Ralph Hubbard.and staff moved . to the new building over last weekend and were open for business Monday. An Open whistle for my little boy. He alHouse is being held from 10 a. m. to six in the evening this coming Saturday, The public is cordial- most swallowed one." ly invited to attend. Salesman: "Well, we have Army. He had six years service some nice bass fiddles I could pays for his telephone, 26 cents in a South Dakota bank. He is DRIVE SAFELY show you." a member of the Chamber of of it goes out as taxes. Pacific Telephone's total tax bill in· • Commerce, has served in United Good Neighbor campaigns and eluding Federal Excise Taxes in YOUR IMPROVEM'ENT ••• OUR GAIN! with other~ civic groups. He re- Washington last year was over II II • • • sides with his wife and three $28,300,000. As the largest property taxpayer in the state, the children at 5005 A St. Other branches ·are Lincoln, company this year will pay $3,K Street, Lakewood, and a build- 050,038.13 in real and personal ing is undei: construction at property taxes. Telephone users make a heavy YOUR NEW BUILDING IS ANOTHER MILESTONE ADDED Sixth Avenue and Rochester to ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW BUILDING house the new West End branch, contribution to tax-supported acTO 84TH STREET'S STEADY MARCH ALONG THE It will . be ready for occupancy tivity from their telephone bills. ROAD TO PROGRESS In 1956, the average telephone in mid-summer. customer of Pacific Telephone in 8420 PACIFIC AVENUE Washington paid taxes amountHAwthome 9736 8203 Pacific Avenue · HAwthornc 3386 ing to $47.43 as a part of his telephone bill. ••- - . , . - - - - - - - -.,.---j, Taxes represented nearly oneWE 'EXTEN1D fourth of Pacific Telephone's 1956 operating expenses in ·WashihgBEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIO.NS TO ')'HE ton: · ·

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Improvement club hall Sunday, Pag2. 14 April 14, scores 'of friends, neighThe TIMES bors and relatives gathered to felicitate the honm·ed couple ·while a centerpiece of yellow with blessings and· good wishes, chrysanthemums, gold candles despite the inclement weather. and gold folirrge was used on the Lace tablecloths, golden cand- honored guests' table. An elables and bouquets of daffodils orate three-tiered \.vedding·'·"'cake and forsythia covered the tables, in the shape of a three leafed clo\fer was decorated in gold and topped with a bridal couple figurine and the number "50" in gold.

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Thursday,. April 25, 1957 - JOURNAL The reception was planned by Mesdames Helen Wartenbe, Mildred Hall, Helen Clearyy, Flore.nee Brantner, Joan ,Chase and JYiyrtle Culver. Granddaughters, Mrs. Joan Royse and Mrs. Shirley Barclay, cut the wedding cake and Miss Nancy Shockley poured .. Mrs. Florence. Brantner was in charge of the guest book.

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Their daughter, Mrs. Elsie Frye of Howe, Indiana, sent the corsages and boutonnieres of yellow carnetions for the celebration. The Rev. Marian Flint of the Bethesda Baptist church gave a talk and prayer. l\frs. Helen Cleary and Mrs. Rosetta Reise sang "I Love You Truly." Mr. and Mrs. 0. Shockley sang "Silver Threads Among the Gold" with the guests joining in the chorus. Many congratulatory cards, gifts and flowers were received by the couple. Mr. and Mrs.

Shockley are the first of their families on either side to celebrate· their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. Shockley also was honored for his 87th birthday. The couple's fivP, children were unable to attend, most of them Ii ving in the East except the eldest son, Richard E., who is in New Mexico but who telephoned to wish them a happy birthday and wedding congratulations. Mrs. Ollie Brock from Zanesville, Ohio, traveled far to be with her sister on this happy occasion.

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Cllb Scollts The Midland Cub Scouts, Pack 84, will have their Pflck meeting Friday evening, April 26, at 8:00 in the Mit!land Improvement club hall. The Cubs are to make homemade Easter hats for their Easter Parade. Theil" parents are also \.Yelcome. Birthday Club Mrs. John Both was hostess to the Midland Birthday club Mon· day evening, April 15. The club members honored Mrs. Allen Zook for her April birthday. Beside the honored guest and hostess, those present were Mesdames Harold Stavig, A. Thompson, Fred Siehl, Clifford Tuller, Joseph Joringdal, Richard McNabb, Harold Walker, Walter Corrigan and Charles Harris and a guest, Mrs. Harris' cousin, Betty. Wedding Date Set Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Jensen recently announced the coming marriage, June 8, in the Trinity Lutheran church in Parkland, of their. daughter, Grace Arlene Jensen, to Lou Fisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Fisch. Both young people are alumni of

Fletdier's Take Top Jui'iior league . Fletcher's Marl~et whipped Parkland Pharmacy for the championship of the Paradise Bowl Junior league last week while Dick Devereaux -..von high individual honors. In the Franklin Pierce junior loop Tom Lumsden and Carol Starke! took individ,ual honors for' the boys and girls. Franklin Pierce high school. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, GRanite 8545.

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The 112th Booster club will hold a games night Friday, A prll 26, at 8:00 o'clock in the South Hill Community hall, Meridbn and Pear streets. Refreshment;; will be served. Donations are $1, proceeds going to the fund being raised to build a community hall in the Woodland distric.t.


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Music will include selections by Sousrt, Offenbach, Strauss and two popular selections. Judy Johnson will play a piano solo, '"\'Varsaw Concerta" (Addinsell) with band accompaniment: The The annual "coffee co:nce:rt" oi band is being assisted by the the Frcu~lrlin Pi0re0 hlr.-h srhool l'rnnklin Pierce Girls Glee club, b:rntl wi1l h0 hdd in 'the school singjng a gl'oup of selections

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Mrs. Gunnar Malmin. R8freshmcnts will be served Gaines and Carla Christensen, by the Band Brother club. will add their bit to make the Th(;? "coffee concert" is given event colorful. as n hPncofit for the band; the donation is 50c. The public is . curdially invited. Other important dates to re· GOOD LUCK member are the music contest to be held at Enumclaw April PUGET SOUND 27, 11 b11nquct for band members and their pai'ents April 29 at NA1lONAL BANK ll:30 in the Franklin high school COLORFUL-The. handsome crimson uniforms of The Franklin Pierce high school band have made cafeteria; alw the District Music a bright splash of color in many local parades, while the music of three score talented you11g IN YOUR NEW BUILDING performers has been enjoyed by thousands. Director Harley ·christopherson may well be proud of Festival at Franklin Pierce high the group he has directed for the past several years. The public is invited to hear the band and school May 17. other music makers of the school at the annual "coffee concert" Friday evening, April 26, in the CLEAN • RITE cafeteria. This benefit affair provides for incidental expenses of the band. ettes, l\1ar1ene ,.t\ndr.:;rson, Tviarilyn

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Installation of new officers was the highlight of the business hour Wednesday, April 17, when Clover Creek P-TA met at the school. Mrs. Wallace Bagley, past president, installed the fol· lowing leaders for the 1957-58 year: President, Mrs. Walt Nord· berg; 1st vice president, Mrs. Ed Betts; 2nd vice presidimt, Bruce Grosvenor; secretary, Mrs. Andrew Franich; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Lindbo. Mrs. Nina Weimer reported on the recent District Counsel meeting in Puyallup. Mrs. Robert Vorak was appointed chairman for the school picnic. Final plans were made for the smoker scheduled for Friday, April 26. It was approved to make the donation for adults 50c; children, 35c; family of three or more, $1. There will be many attractive awards.

Last week's luncheon of the Ladies Auxiliary certainly prov·

Visitors Dale Hughs, accompanied by Miss Carroll Little are here from Spokane as guest~ of the young man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughs. Orthopedic The Dr. Lee Radamaker .Ortho· pedic Giuld will hold the next meeting at the home of Mrs. Hastung of Spana way Thursday, May 9. They wish to thank all who contributed to the success of the recent style show, proceeds of which went to the Mary Bridge Children's hospital in Ta· coma. P-TA Board The Clover Creek P-TA execu· tive board will meet Wednesday, May 1. Those who are in the play are asked to bring their copies with them. And isn't it the Chinese who Rcpm·ter - Mrs. Wm. Dalby, say: "If dog lead man, he blind. GRanite 0163. But, if man lead dog, he married.

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The Collins Grange will meet in the ball this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 o'clock. An Easter program has been planned by the three Gi-aces, Mrs. Hannah Larson, Mrs. Vera Newels and Mrs. Jewel Balmer. All Grangers are urged to. attend. Anti-Fluoridation Anyone interested in joining the Pierce County chapter of the Washington State AntiFluoridation League is asked to call the chairman,. Dr. Logan McKinsey, WA 6991, or Mrs.,,.....- - - - - - - - - - - . . . , Effenberger, GR 6719, planning committee chairman. WE EXTEND OUR Teen-Age The Collins Teen-Age club will meet again on Saturday, May 4. New Arrival A daughter was born April 11 To at St. Joseph's hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ehne.t. School Issues Mrs. Morris and Hal Evans spoke on the school bond issue election set for May 21 at the Collins P-TA meeting April 17. ON THEIR FINE

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Mrs. Jerry Shannon, president of the Bethel Hi P-TA, announces a meeting this (Thursday) eve· ning at 8:00 at the 'high school for the purpose of formally 9r· gani~ing the Bethel Hi Booster club. The new group will replace the present Bethel Hi P-TA, those in charge feling that such a club will have a wider appeal in enlisting the efforts of people of the area in support of the school and its many and varied activities. All residents of the Bethel school district are urged to in· terest themselves in the Booster club.

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Watch for further news of the proposition. Improvements . Mrs. Gil Baker announces that Superintendent Morris Ford assures us that plans for landscaping the grounds of the Col· lins school are under way, We are also looking forward to seeing new floors and desks in the older part of the building in the near future. Reporter-~rs. HarGld Burga-son, GRanite 7640.

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ed that the ladies like to eat out. Every table was filled and the guests greatly enjoyed their in· terview with the charmhl.g Daffodil Festival Queen and her co,urt. Numbers presented by the Conservatory of Music topped off a very enjoyable afternoon for everyone. Such Timing! An after climax to Dennis Folk's birthday party reported last week was that he ended the party by going to the hospita! for. four days with virus pneumoma. Happy Birthday . Peter Folk celebrated his 77th ·birthday at the. home of his son and . daughter-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Folk of Canyon road. S~aring the happy occasion with huv.. were also his daughter and son-m-law, Grace and Will Korf from Olympia; his daughters, Frances Olsen. and Katheryn Sherman from Tacoma· frandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Folk, and grandchild, Mark Folk. Reporter - Mrs. John Folk,

The Parkland P-TA meeting and tea will be held Thursday, April 25, at 2:15 at the Parkland school. The invocation will be "The Lord's Prayer" sung by Enid Riley: Mrs. Fink's Campfire group "E-Ha-Wee" will present the Flag.2 Girls participating are Pam Williams, Priscilla Frieter, Virginia Fink and Carol Herman. During'tea hour the 7th grade girls, under the direction of Mrs. Emil Johnson, will sing two se· lections: "Lift Thine Eyes" and the "Skater's Waltz." Girls in the chorus are: Kathy Hanson, Janet Ellingson, Susan Peterson, Lois Peterson, Alexis Brick, Ann Malmin, Mary Schnackenberg, Sylvia Luteness, Melody Johnson, Therese Brown, Joan Haakenson and Penny Payne. Eighth gra:de mothers will be hostessing at the door. In the kitchen the 7th grade mc;ith,ers hostessing are: Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. R. W. Beckendorf, Mrs. C. W. Manning, Mrs. C. E. Hovey and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts; 7th grade girls helping serve will be Judy-McNickle, Martha Hovey, . Lorraine Whisler, Therese Brown and Kathy Williams. There · will be a nursery for the little folks headed by Mrs. Jack Morten, Mrs. Wilbur Gamin· and Mrs. John Fink, with 8th grade 'girls, Janet Salzbrun, Neddy Lou Simpson, Ann Bluhm and Diana Perryman, assisting.

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a jolt!) .~ .. ·~In the pink, in the pink, and did you enjoy the lovely weekend?" he droned on. ''Surely did, and you?'' (Egad, get to the point!) I craned my 11eck £1\)r a better vie,w of the Jo;itchen, bu.t so far, so dry! "Fine; fin~ , c • " he hesitaed. I gr9pe4 for an excuse to bow BJ.it 9n :but all I could think of was the · water flooding the kitffiezt, a11<i that was out! As the atttomatic completed the rinse/ ·and the pump and Niagara played a return eng!l-g~nment,. )J.e muttered something about wanting his fiancee to I1leet us. Specifically, tonight, jf our four d1;1rli11g little daugh· · ters w9W<'l. be up. He wanted her

·Alder La Grande Alder ·potluck this Friday, the 26th, will be ·a games night starting at 8:00. Small charge for an evening of fun. Bring a white elephant for a prize. Lunch is potluck dessert served later in the evening. Mrs. Emma Scurlock and Mrs. Mathilda, Hedberg were honored recentlY at the Nisqually Rebekah meeting. They are the only two active charter members of Alder Lodge No. 233, a membership of 46 ·years. To fit the occasion the men members put on an old fashioned style show and the guests of honor were presented book~like vases with commemorative inscriptions by Noble Grand Frances Karau. were everywhere! The kittens, of course, were in heaven! Next door, pal Josey, swathed in shaving cream, l~aned out the window and did a take-off on "milkman, keep those bottles quiet!" . Corn, anyone? hS aanca nmtd ·

Mrs., Ju)ia Battl~s und~rwen.t a major operation at the Tacoma General hospital last week; and is reported recovering nice)y. Mrs. June Kast was electeil president of the Nisqually Canyon Rock club at the last meeting. Floyd Kast will be the new vice president, and Mr. Mierrow secretary-treasurer. Display Chairman Joe Kearney will arrange a display in the hobby room for Community Day at the. Eatonville school. Mr. Kearney announced lapidary classes to continue, running from 7:00 to 9:00,. followed by the busines meeting and lunch. Mrs. Ruby Miller reported on an interesting field trip to Fem Gap on Sunday. L. W. Gilbert Te'1cher: "Junior, what is the first ·thing your father says on coming to the table?" JuniOr: u'He says, 'Go slow on the butter, kids! I don't know where ·the next pound is coming from'."

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bitious d.;velo.p~~nt will wslia bly be locatE)d on Metropolit!l,n Psrk property near the north gate to Spanaway park and running down to the lake. One of the first features planned will be a baseball fieid which will be available for the Little League teams of the entire Bethel. district. Picnic areas, toilet f;cilities, and cooking services will center in the attractive rustic building for which plans have been drawn. Tennis courts are also planned, as well as equipment for other sports of interest to youngsters and teen-agers. The lnke will be used for a supervised swimming program. A group of parents and friends around the Spanaway, Clover Creek, Elk Plain, Roy !J,nd Kapowsin section have been holding meetings for s~veral months to organize interest in the Spanaway Recr.eation plan und to lay the ground work for an allout effort to lai.mch the project this year. Co-operating in the plans are the Spanawa:y Volunteer Firemen and A~xiliary, the Lions

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County Agent'~ Corner By Joseph Buhaly

Thinning young Douglas Fir and Red Alder stcmds is becoming a more popular practice judging from recent ''sign 'ups" \vith the Agriculture Stabilization and club, Kiwanis club, P-TA, Pre· school, Metropolitan Park Board, school board of Bethel Distt'ict No. 403, Pierce County Commissioners and other civic and service groups. Meetings of the proponents of the plan are held regularly and all local people willing to help are urged to attend. Watch for oublished dates of the meetings. -

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, . Thos.e who plan to take advantage of the 25 per acre federal payment include Willinm Cr. Lauenberg, Donald A. Belbye, Elmer E. Nice, and Joe Baumgartner of Graham. A. R. Fenton, J. A. Kelley and Douglas M. Babcock of Gig Harbor are planning to do tl1inning work also. John Kuper of Tacoma has signed up for 50 acres of thinning. Oliver Hansen also of Tacoma, 20 acres, and R. W. Hanseh and G. R. Sell of Eatmville plan thinning hnprovenient \Vork on their timber stands. Thinnings are necessary if growth is to be conccmtrated on premium high quality trees and not wasted on poorly formed

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By Morrill Delano An unusual demonstration is being worked up for the coming 1-H demonstmtion contests to be run off the first part of May. The Backwoods 4-H club of west Puyallup composed of.. eight boys will enter a two-boy team demonstrnting rope making. Rope making is nearly a lost '}rt in this day and age and it would be in this instance if it were not for these boys' .leader Vernon Kershner. Mr. Kershner grew

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·1 . • d J d o. ck A saLor arnve at be • • • • JUSt. as l.11s ship was pulling out. · · It had gone about seven or eight feet so the sailor made a runnin~ jump. He landed on the deck b ut" gave h' . is ·h ea d a t err1·i·ic bump. "'h vv en tile Sal·1or came +uO, tl·le boat was several hundred yards from shore. He sat up, looirnci back, blinked and then shouted with awe: "Boy, o'i'.1 bay! Can I jump!"

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will be an iris plant exchange and election of offic~rs. ' " Grange News Rudolph Geise has been elect.ed delegate to the State Grange Convention in June by members of the Waller E,oad Grange. Mrs. Geise will accompany him. Lawrence Howard will replace Lee. Hogan as· Institutional Representative from the Waller Road Grange, in the Scouting program, due to Mr. Hogan's ill health. Delba 4-H . The Delba 4-H ·Girls, /.with Mrs. Robert Lewis as .leader,. are sponsoring a car wash ~s a money making project Saturday, April 27, at Don's· Texaco Sta~ tion at 72nd and Pacific avenue, weather permitting. "No extra charge for white walls," say the girls. Linda Lewis is chairman with Sandy McE!roy as co-chairman. Edie tiich is the club reporter. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, GRanite 5210.

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District life guard will be on duty to insure safety. Keeping a record of the fish caught will be simplified this year as ·a new system will be used.. A rack which c~n h?ld 300 fish has been bmlt with plastic bags available for each catch following weigh-in which will be at 10 a. m. Co-Sponsors Sponsored jointly .by the many Metropolitan Park District and the Tacoma Sportsmen's Club the event is expected to have more th.an 1,000 entries. Chi!dren may enter regardless if their parents belong to the Sportsmen's Club or not. Last year several South-end young angles won valuable and useful awards. Many will again . . . so get your youngsters to Wapato , , , starting time is 4 a. m.1!!

Sports Action Heavy At F. P" Spring sports activity will be heavy. for the Franklin Pierce Cardinals for the next few days as the golf, tennis, track and baseball squads all will be in action. This

Car Washing Hope • for Umform funds This Saturday the Frankli.If Pierce freshman baseball team ,,;,m again wash cars at thre~l: south-end .service stations with, hopes to raise enough funds £o~ uniforms. · Since the squad is. n.ot a schooy · function and will be operating,• during the summer, no .schoqJ~ money can be used for uniforms';> Under the direction of Coacli.; Bud Galusha and assistant Carl' Strand, the boys will be wash;\ ing cars at Tommervik's Park'" land Service, Beitz Shell Service. and Christiansen Midland Ser-' vice.

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Times journal v 12 no 33 apr 25, 1957  
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