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Summit News The Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Summit church will hold a potluck. supper in the church hall Sunday, May 5, at 6:15 o'clock. After the supper they will show pictures on temperance and forestry supplied by the .Department of Agriculture. All parents are invited to corns for the pictures. Children's Day Children's Day will be. observed at the Summit church with WALLER ROAD . . . .

Orthopedic To Meet Monday . The next meeting of the Marie Hazen Orthopedic Guild will be Monday, May 6, for 11:30 luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Thorson, 5501 South A St. Mrs. Thomas Burns will be co-hostesses. The usual business session will follow, with the June Strawberry Festival plans the main topic for discussion.

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EZ TERMS SPANAWAY PARK-LIKE ACRE; with cozy 1 bedroom cottage. Large living room, extra large cabinet kitchen. Other outbuildings. Only $5500. with low low down payment. Mr. Black, GR 3501 days, GR 3272 eves.

TOP SOIL - Canyon Road, soil; CASH for livestock of all kinds. FOR RENT - Furnished apart- STATION WAGON .OWNERS Buck; LA 3189. 3ctf Also wanted live cattle for mink ment in Parkland, utilities paid. NUW you can buy a Custom built feed. WA 6797. ELMER MACK- Inquire Mac's Barber Shop; 132 Kar-Rae you can be proud to 2 Miles South of Airport IN; MA 3565. 8ctf & Pacific Ave. 10p34 put on· your Station Wagon. on Canyon Road Beautifully varnished, gives that WANTED - Two gentle saddle FOR RENT - 3-room furnished "town & country" look. PosiPhone Puyallup 5-7509 horses suitable for light work; apartment and utility room; tive clip and turn-buckle fastthree good Durham milk . cows. garden space. No children; pen- ening secure your Kar-Rae. Galen Crall, P.O. Box 433, Eat- sioners welcome, GR 4329. 10c34 Easily handled by one person. onville, Wash., or enquire ParSave $40.00 per Rae. Orchard nell Grocery, Eatonville. 8c34 FOR RENT - 1 ·bedroom cot- Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & tage, furnished; $50 per month, Myopractor - Physical Therapy GR 3859. lOctf Pacific Ave. So., Phone GR 5194. 15p48 Mon. - Wed. - Fri. LARGE . ROOM, home cooking; 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Homes In Parkland Commun. home privileges; men preferred; TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET fties; Acreage close in, eitber GR 6009. 10p34 classes. AU ages. M i 1 d r e d Other times by appointment Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf with or without buildings. Tacoma, Wn. Rt. 3, Bo~ 430 Service I USED GALVANIZED PIPE and Bert Brown Realty fittings; 100 feet 11!1, inch, 100 11220 Pacific Ave. LAWNMOWERS sharpened and WASHING MACHINE PARTS. feet 2-inch; $45.00; GR 6327. Office-Days: GR 869tl repaired at your home or pick15p34 L·argest stock in town. Repair. HI 3315 up service; call Van evenings, Evenings-VU 9221, ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer FOR SALE Farm-All Cub GR 3656. 3ctf FOR SALE BY OWNER - 2-bed- Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. tractor; David Bradley garden llctf tractor; both with ·attachments. AlllllM~ room home, furnished comI plete; space for 3 more bedGR 3536. 15c34 rooms upstairs; 8441 So. Park, • Aui·omotive 12 FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam HI 0078. 9p34 FOR SALE Bethel School boats :$275 unpainted; work SOMETHING NEW! District No. 403 will take bids guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., 15ctf IN this part of the country. We until 8:.00 p.m. Tuesday, May 84th & Waller Rd. Airport at Portland Ave. are members of the Multiple 7, for %-ton Dodge pick-up Estimates For ••• Listing, Inc. Ten Real Estate truck. Available 'for inspection offices, all members of the Ta- at Bethel High School garage. Home Wiring Remodel, coma Real Estate Board, have The Board reserves the right Dryers, Electric Heat, banded together to serve you to waive informalities and reUSED Bl.J!LDING SUPPLIES Emergency. Service Ca:ll better. A listing with any mem- ject any or all bids. 12c34 And WEBB ELECTRIC ber of Multiple Listing, Inc. ECONOMY GRADE LUMBER gives you the service of all the '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; Days GR 7463 • Eve. GR 4437 SMALLEY companies. We are proud to .be- wholesale prices. long to this group. If you are MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., FREE TO GOOD HOME - Ycarl";EUltGE PURlJUE-Plumibing, thinking of selling or buying, GR 4060 anytime, evenings, · 12ct£ old kitten; also small kittens; Sundays. rleating: New work. Remodel. we would appreciate a call. GR 5750. 15c34 mg, Rapairs. Phone GR 4477. MR. FIXIT! . 3ctf SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES$150.00 DOWN, $25.00 month. 3 Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann room house, lights and water. USED TRACTOJ;l. SALE Saturday; Bakery. · 15ctf 4 good lots, sewer, sidewalks. RAINIER TRACTOR, River Rd., 2037 East Morton. Call Ralph Puyallup; phone 5-2105. 13c36 FOR SALE - Old curved glass china closet, A-1 shape; also 7Decker., HI 9579. foot Gov. Winthrop desk, custJust· Call Us FURNISHED om built; GR 8356. 15p34 Sanitary Tank 2 BEDROOMS, living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 piece bath, 9 Wheel Balancing utility room, good foundation. O Motor Tune-Ups 3 lots, sewer, sidewalks, 2 blks ® Headlight Adjusting to b.us and stores. Everything goes: Furniture is excellent. A Airport Rocket Service FAST PHOTO SERVICE In real buy. $5000.00 cash. Call Airpor-1 Rd. Next to IGA at 10:00 out at 5;00. QU/\LITY Ralph Decker, HI 9579. PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 PaShopping Center cific :Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf $150.00 DOWN - G.I. BABY FURNITURE, new and 3623 EAST F. 3 bedrooms, livROTOTILLING - $4.00 per hour ing room, dining room, kitchen used, ror sale or rent; HUbbard 1755. 3ctf wired 220, 2 pc. bath down, bus SMALL FRY EXCHANGE 1109 Market St., BR 9505. and stores. Call Ralph Decker, 15ctf HI 9579.

PARKLAND NEW 3 BEDROOM - $10,750 F.H.A. $900 for down payment. Fireplace, electric baseboard heat, all hardwood floors. Beautiful home and F.H.A. built and approved. Mr. Loring, GR 3501 anytime.

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$50 PER ACRE CLOSE IN 40 - 80 - 120 or 160 acres of land to farin-grow Christmas trees - or just buy for a handsome profit. Take all for $7000. Cash or terms at $50 per acre. Mr. Cheetham, GR 3501 days or HU 1204 eves.

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STORE BUILDNG - PARKLAND ON MAIN STREET between College and Post Office. Here's your chance to own your own business building. $3000 Terms arranged. Call any salesman, GR 3501.

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KITCHEN. CABINETS, corner shelve.'>, ·book cases; hirch, fir Rt. 7,·.. · Box 316 Tacoma i:9r knotty pine; built to your Terms . Trades SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny ££,pecifii.cations; get ,the lbest for Hall, 1012 South 110th HUl~ess-my prices p;re the lowest. STAN'S SUPER son, SERV. ' 3ctf ~.'HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, ICE: Top soH, sandy loam, peat bbard ·os56. i<GR 551';1. 3ctf fertilizer; HI 2305 or GR 8259. $h~--~~---CANYON. ROAD GRAVEL & 3ctf SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers ~ICK 'v.rOil.If ;-' House }':vel~ l ~~1g and"f£~1'1cl,ation~ •. J':tainin~;.:; GLASS; Seat coye1's; up- loaded or we haul; GR 7586. ·· 3ctf ~walls,. §idewal~'fand·:P~ioS;J,ire;-:x~ ry & -09nvertible tops' in- - -- ; ;:place andzstoi.-i:e work; GR 4291, d. Open 9:00 a.m; to 1:00 p.rn. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS • ~ ~'.:' . •.- <: ,. •. _··_ •••· 3ctf II.. & 'UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. , ~RICI-{ .!Ii; . BJ.DCK WORK; Tacoma Ave., .MA 2200. U'!l'V 3ctf ID . · . U I I 1111 · Jr ·• ~fueplaces a specialty; GR 7428 ; :· 3ctf 1 COMPLETE i '---~-------~BEA!UTY SERVICE ; ~C TANKS OLEANED..,8237)-'2 Park Ave. ·H! l!177 1 f'Conten.ts .hauled away. Don l ~~edford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA 5eptic. Tanks C. leaned . '?OWER MOWERS sharpened l lis1334. li no answer call HA 0. 13• .ACKLEY and serviced; pick-up and de· : IZ,~222. 3etf GR 4343 GR 7882 livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 ~ #j( i Tacoma Ave .. MA 3431. 3ctf ~ ~i SEPTIC TANKS & WATER . LINES INSTALLED. Riley Hot Water Heating ~; Tank Servu:e Bmthers. Phone GR 4987 Residential and •" GR 3204. 3ctf Remodel Work ·:~ J ~JPumping • Credit _ Cleaning ,. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Replace and repair work. 3 years PLUMBING & HEATING l ~LECTRICAL .CONTRACTING _ to pay; LA 8734 - HI 5945. 3ctf GRanite 7293 ; ~,)l!Iile B Service, Airport & Vick- S~uth End Au.to Wreckers : 1"'ry Road; GR 9938. 3ctf I USED PARTS TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; ·GR 3536 or Motors - Transmissions ~RACTOR. WORK, plowing and Puyallup 5-2038. 3ctf ! ~'discing; GR 4444, 93rd and Th-es - Batteries 3ctf ~ · Vickery Road. 3ctf We Buy Junk Cars ·I, Also Custom Welding CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of by Joe's Welding ! . all kinds; WA 6952. 3ctf BABY SHOP 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. GR 6534 Everything For 16al:ly ROTOVATING Po TRACTOR Spanaway . . Including · ! WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma I ChesneycEtter Road). GR 7559. HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, Juvenile Furniture ! 3ctf !foundations; cement work; 9618 Pac. Ave. GR 4664 free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf """"ll ELECTRIC-Con. PARKLAND HEATING CO., serv- SPANAWAY tTacting and appliance;·; :free ice for any type heating unit; engineering service for electric parts and filters; Williams OilEank 3ctf 0-Matic low pressure furnaces; heat; GR 7064. Run 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf

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FOUNDATIONS-New additions; free estimates, financing; work guaranteed; GR 2002. 3ctf FOR SALE BY OWNER--; 3 bedroom house, and a furmshed 2 bedroom apartment. 2 c~ gar.•.;;i:gp,j I,ocated. together op. c0.rner • .J:Pts0i Apartment new renting for $5'Q'.OO and could get more. Buy equity a.nd pay $60.00 per mo. payments on both house and apartment. Phone GR 0114. 9p37

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SPECIAL 8x10 photos $2.00 each. Billfolds $4.50 dozen. Family Portrait S.tudio, 841,1 South Park. 15ctf W.4NTEp. TO REN.T-'-2 bedroom house, Parkland, area; older couple, non-driniters or smokers; $r(0 or less; phone Roy 316 or write Roy, Wash., P. 0. Box 111. 15c34

Ace Dirt Moving Co. BULLDOZING • DITCHING GRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC TAI\'"KS • DRAIN FIELDS. 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Phone Puyallup 5-2452 15ctf FOR SALE - 3'x6'8" outside full glass door; 28"x68" swinging door; 2-wheel trailer; best~of­ fer; GR 5727. 15c34 PIANO LESSONS Classical and modern. Reasonable rate. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf

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McMENAMIN"S

CORPORAL got shipped out and let this Emerson walnut console TV go back with only $78 due. Take over $7 monthly payments and it's yours. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551, 15c34

TAP DANCING LES.SONS. Be. ginning and advance.d. Call Jim Nylander, GR 0574.. 15ctf

14660 Pacific Ave. GR 4888 35 ACRES Table model LOOK HERE! GOOD modern 3 bedroom home; FOR SALE furnace; barn; new pump; 10 cream separator, 12-qt. tank; in ONLY ONE - Discontinued bedroom suite, mahogany in' amber acres under cultivation, balance good condition; $10; GR 6922. 13p34 finish; 9-drawer 60" dresser, pasture. All this for only $7500. framed tilting plate mirror; 4Call Barney McFadden, Graham drawer chest; book case bed 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355 or • Work Wanted HI 8408. . complete with innerspring matSEWING, alterations, mending; tress and box spring;; trades, 2 ACRES - SPANAWAY reasonable; GR 5636. 14c36 terms. PARKWAY FURNITURE 285 FEET on Mountain Road, 14lst & Pacific Ave. OPEN TILL highway frontage; good 2-bed- CHILD CARE in my home; 9:00. GR 3941. 15c34 14p34 room home, 2 cabins. For more HUbbard 0168. FOR SALE Siegler heaters information, call Barney McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or WANTED - Children's sewing; at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR4107. 14c34 GR 0256; l20th & Pacific li.ve. Mick, MA 6355 or HI 8408. 15ctf BEAUTY SHOP 15 PARKLAND FURNIT'~E A REAL GOOD spot in the 56th Street district; must sell; only LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo New and used miscellaneous; $1000; good terms. Call Barney · Service for developing. In at Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. 15ctl McFadden, Graham 7-7337, or 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. dence Phone GR 3748. Mick, MA 6355 or HI 8408. 15ctf TACOMA · UPHOLSTERY KILN DRIED SHAVINGS $10 a Special on reupholstering dav. 15ctf enport, chair, as low as $129. 3514 Pacific Ave. lil 8408 load; GR 8373. Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR TWO ACRES - Beautiful view 0327. 15ctf overlooking Puyallup; 2 houses, one 3 bedrooms up, the other Horses - Equip. 16 rented; sell at appraised valuation $10,800; see at 8114 WoodFOR SALE - Shetlands $200.00 land Ave., Puyallup; phone up. Shetland inare 6 yeai·s, 43 30 Day .Free Trial 5-2873. 9c34 inches high will foal May 25th, 20 Year Guarantee $500.00. 11821 Waller Road, Goodyear Air Foam • Rentals HU 1059. 16ctf Famous Red-Line Foundation FOR RENT - 1 year old 2 bedParkway Le9al room home on 5 acres, with fireplace; wired for dryer a11d auto 141st &. Pac. Ave. GR 3941 STERBICK & STERBICK washer; available May 1st. $55 Qpen Till 9:00 p;m. A.ttorneys per month. Phone .GR 8450 after KIRBY 5:00 p.m. 10c34 38051/z South Yak;ma LOST JOB ancj. can't pay for this In the Superior Court of the Staie FURNISHED HOME in country $150 outfit. Take over balance of Washington, for the County on lake in exchange for care- of only· $49 at $5 each month of Pierce. takers services; references re- and save yourself $100; no extra No. 63138 quired: reply. "Caretaker", P.O. charge for home demonstration. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Box 2008, Parkland. 10c34 UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15-34 In the Matter of the Consolidated FOR RENT - Large 1 bedroom Estate of furnished, newly decorated FOR SALE OR TRADE W' GEORGE F. ALDRICH and apt. $67.50. 12605 Pacific Ave. drill; set pipe dies '4" to 1"; MARIE G. ALDRICH 10c34 heavy farm tractor; good wringBoth Deceased. er type washer; table separatNot.ire is hereby given that the FOR RENT Small furnishqd or; 9x15 wool mg, used just 4 undersigned has been appcintr:d upper apartment., outside ent- menths; GR 6417. 15c34 and has qualified as AdministratrA.nce; 401 South 116th; available May 1. 10c34 COPE BROS., huyers of all or of the above entitled consolikinds of poultr)'; 102 South dated estate: that all persons FOR RENT WHY BUY A. 72nd St., HA 44\16." 15ctf having claims against said deHOME for yom· la.ndlord ? $50 ceased are hereby required to down, $48.00 per month .. Move OIL FOR LESS if you live within serve ihe same, duly verified, on in todA.y; 10710 So. Jay, Park- 2 miles of our pl4nt. ,Cfvhy pay said . GILBERT E. ALDRICH, Adland. Refrigerator, range, gar- more than 16c for.Diesel Oil in ministrator, or his a.ttornevs of age, nice yard. Newly painted 200-igallon lots? LAPENSKI'S record at the address below inside a.nd outside. HI 6408. H~ OF CLEAN" OILS, .9920 sta.ted, a11d file the same with Owner contract. 10c34 Pacific Ave. GR 8173. . 15ctf the Clerk of said Court, together

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Local Man Is Nevt Commander Word has been received from California that Lt. Col. William J. Gammon has been named commander· of the 55th Air Transport Squadron at Travis Air Force Base. The announcement was made by Col. D. E. Bailey, 1501st Wing Commander. Col. Gammon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gammon of Military road. He attended Clover Creek school, Jason Lee Junior high school and Lincoln high school in Tacoma and graduated from PLC. During his military career, which began in 1941, Col. Gammon has served in South America, Alaska and the Far East. He graduated from Air Command and Staff College in 1955. Formerly a wing maintenance officer with the Far East Air Force. he was recently assigned to the 1501sf Air Transport Wing, up-graded to C-97 Aircraft Commander and received his Command Pilot wings in March. Col. Gammon is married to the former Frances E. Simmons of Abilene, Texas. With their two children, Linda, 9, and Lee, 4, the Gammons live at 103 Arizona street on the base. Women's Club The Clover Creek Women's club will meet May 10 with Mrs. Fred Pratt at her home in Frederickson. Members are reminded to bring their hot pan holders. Thanks! Clover Creek P-TA members wish to thank all who .,helped with the smoker Friday evening. There was a nice turn-out for it. Style Show The Preschool Do-It-Yoursell style show is still open for registrations. Those in charge are interested in people who knit, crochet or do any type of handicraft-wood fibre flowers. ceramics, doll dressing, etc-or any form of hobbies. There are plan:s for displaying all those things. Anyone wishing to register should call Mrs. Millard (Betty) Mead, GR 6525, and state what will be entered. Remember, this is . not just for Preschool members-it is for all the people in the district. The style show will be held May 22. There is no charge involved; everyone is invited toatten(\ .. Mothers Tea ·· The Clover Creek school will hold a l\IIothers Day Tea May 7 at 1:00 p.m. in the school gym. The 7th and 8th grad.e girls .will be hostesses under the direction of Mrs. Bert Badham and Mr. John Coi+nors. The 8th grade will put on a play and the 8th grade mothers will be honored. The May Queen will be crowned. Everyone is invited to attend. New Daughte1·s ·Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Weise (Carol Hart) are parents of a new daughter, Debia Ann, born April 4 at Quincy, Ill., their present home. Carol attended Cl over Creek school and Clover Crook Baptist Sunday school and church. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wood also welcomed a new daughter last Monday (April 22) '"\d· have named her Sheila Saye. The home is on Rademaker road. Easter \racationcrs Mr. and Mrn. George Cole flew "to Los Angeles to visit their daughter and family for Easter. They retm·ned home Monday. :Mrs. Cole is the Clover Creek 2nd grade teacher. Mr. and Mrs. John Connors and farnily spent the Easter Vacation in California and are bringing his mother home with them. Mr. Connors is the Clover Creek 8th grnde teacher and Mrs. Payne taught the class for him last week. Mrs. Hattie Nunn of Miles City, Montana, is visiting with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lightbody and M1·. and Mrs. Leroy Gam1no11. Reporter - Mrs. Wm. Dalby, GR 0163.

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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 April 25, 1957. Administrator of said Estate GILBERT E. ALDRICH 3805'h South Yakima Tacoma, Washington MICAEL J. STERBICK Of STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys for Estate 3805% South Yakima Tacoma, Washi,ngton Published in the Times-Journal April 25; May 2, 9, 1957.

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FOR YOUR STATION WAGON SER.TA PADmA-WAGON 4%" felted cotton mattress, O.D. Drill cover, full be length, fits all Station Wag ons, fine in a tent. Trave with your family in comfort. Plenty of nap room, no bumps on baby's noggin. Th Real~deal for fishermen, hunters 1 campers.

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WHO'LESAL'E PRICES ON TIRES - BATTERIES - GAS FOR LESS -

Dick's Richfield Service 72nd & East

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CigaireUe Machines No Selling or Soliciting

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BASKETT l llJ M B E R C O. MILL & RETAIL YARD 96th and Portland Ave. GR 5844

HOUSE FOR RENT 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. Hlllside 8983


Scouting is invited to atte)ld.

Annual Tea At Collins May 9 The annual Brownie and Girl Scout tea will be hed Thursday, May 9, at 3:00 p. m, in the Collins gym. Anyone interested in

Th,ere will b.e . g11est speakers frofu the main office and Day Camp department, The Brownies and Girl Scouts will also take part in the program, For information or transportation, call Mrs. W. Godfrey, GR 8040, or Mrs. D. Cosgrove, GR 7956.

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Best Wishes Hai:qld Ha.nsen, SOI! of M,r. and. Mrs. Lloyd Han~n, ls ill with 1·heumatic fever. His class; mates and teacher wish hi:m a sp12edy recovery. Sympathy Deepest sy/np,.thy is el!:tended to the Val Atteson family on the death of his mother last week. Reporte~Mrs. Hnrold Burgeson, GR 7640.

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ITEMS: Hothouse Cucumbers, Romaine Lettuce, Wateimelons, Mushrooms and, Pineapple. AU fresh an!l econ()mically priced!

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Thursday, April 25, 1957 The TIMES-JOURNAL

P.k(' • GRAHAM •••

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idal Shower for Local Girl ,~'~rs.

Charles Gardener, assist~ll by Mrs. Charles Allen, Miss 'J;helma Funk and Mrs. Ray Funk, egtertained at the Gardener ho;me for Miss Evelyn Thieman, fh:iancee of Melvin Mothershed. The evening was spent playing b~'ipal games and many lovely gifts were presented to the bride-

Mountain View

Food lockers ',~

;:cuSTOM MEAT CUTTING ~':Locker Beef 25c Lb. & Up ,''2519 East 112th GR 5332

ant community church will hold a silver tea at the parsonage on Peterson road Wednesday, May 8, at 1:00 p.m. All ladies of the community are welcome. Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. L ..B. Paine of Olympia visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk over the weekend. Rebekah' Kapowsin Rebekah Lodge 241 will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, May 7, at 8:00 p.m. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, Graham 7. 7640.

to-be. Those attending were Mes· dames Catherine Andrews, Walt Ackerson, Roy Carlson, Martin Jorgenson, .Eddie Ruth, M. Ress· ler, Orval Eveleth, Grace Baxter, Ernest Robinson, Helen Drab, Inez Coyne, Ina Smith, Ray Thieman, Louise Remington, Nora Funk, John LaPore, Carter Lar~.on and E. Mothershed, the honor guest and Misses Carol Gardener,Judy Allen, Patty Allen, Rosalie Eveleth and Ethel and Edna Mothershed. . Custom Built To Conference Cabinets &. Store Fixtures Rev. and Mrs. Paul T. Nelson We Install of the Covenant church are atFree Estimates tending the annual meeting of the North Pacific District of CovRH 0 NE 'S enant churches in Yakima, May CABINET SHOP 1 to 5. Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Bilderbaack, delegates to the con· GR 3342 So. 161.st St. Spanaway ference, will leave on Saturday I for Yakima. II ~ Silver Tea

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Takes Top Honors In 4-State Tcn11r1u:1ment THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1957

Volume 12, Number 34

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

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Tourney Action Set For Weekend AI Brookdale And College Golf Courses Golfing action at the two South-end golf clubs will be in full swing this weekend with a team match against Vashon at the College Golf Club while a Points tourney wil be underway at Brookdale. Last week at the College links,

SUMMER'S

Ron G1·aatias and Erv Marlow Jr. fired 7-up to tie for first division honors in a match against par. A tie was also on ·tap in the third spot race as Art Roberts and Erv Marlow Sr. were locked with 6-up.

In the second division, Virg 22". No tournament play was Tatro grabbed the top spot with 9-up. Al Anderson and Harlan scheduled at Brookdale. Williams tied for second and third with .6-up. Bud Swanson won the "closest Markham. Karnay to the pin" award as he hit 7'

Pace Pinette loop

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Record Setting Fromm, Lutes Invade Western

Roger McDonaid, of Poche! Distributing Co., fired a 77-9-63 over the rugged Royal Oakes Country Club at V,-ancouver, Wash., last week to win the 4state Oil Heat Institute golf tournament. McDonald, well known in the South-end for his civic and athletic activities, captured the twofoot golden trophy as he outplayed 169 entries coming from California, Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The tourney was held in conjunction with the Institute convention April 24-25 in Vancouver.

Ethel Markham with 208 and Edith Karney with 514 took individual honors in the Paradise Pinettes bowling league last " week while Lincoln Fuel moved into a first place team tie with Sport~ @ ~ Tacoma Rubber Stamp. Splits were picked by Verna Bryant, Barbara Hupe and Julia Coriell. . · . • The Cardinals of Franklin Pierce invade Puyallup today in tennis, South Kitsap Saturday SAVE A LIFE in baseball, Highline Monday in golf a.nd hosts Auburn in track Tu:sday for ~nother' full week of sprmg athletics. LAUN'DRY and The Junior high track team swings into action May 10 when DRY CUEANING they will enter the South end qualifying at Puyallup. Other SERVICE teams entered will be Auburn WE CALL FOR Puyallup, Hudtloff and Sumner'. AND DELIVER

.A"l1on .Heavy 'At ·FP

CLEARS!!-Galen Nusbaum, all-around Pacific Lutheran College athlete, demonstrates his pole vaulting ability which he uses to bolster the Lutes' cinder hope$. Nusbawn is a senior. Photo by McKewen.

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Smarting fro ma loss handed them by Fort Lewis, but jubilant over the new Drake Relays jave. !in mark set. by NAIA title holder John Fromm, the Pacific Luth· eran cindermen journey to Ellensburg Saturday to face Cen· tral Washington in an Evergreen Conference track meet. As everyone in the South-end, and most everyone in the nation, knows . . . Fromm hurled the spear 232 feet to far outdistance the second place toss of a E:a~,sas State man. The gigantic heave bettered the 1951 relay ·record of 224.8 feet with e.ase. The amazing Fromm, competing ~or o.nly the second year in the iavelm event, also holds the football rushing record for the Lutes. Last season he flipped the javelin 228 feet 6% inches to win the NAIA and set a record. ~-Ie finished si~th in the Olympic tryouts later m the year due to a sore arm. The Lutes Ted Siek turned in the best effort against Fort Lewis with a new school mile record of 4:24.5 and won the % mile in 2:03.3.

Peters Leads R-Bee Harriet ePters with a 516 and a 192 took individual honors for the Rolling Bee Bowling League while H & W Wiring and Carlson Brothers tied for top team standings. Rucker Brothers, Bazaar of Originals, Parkland Pharmacy and State Savings and Loan are also in contention for first team spot.

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SNACKS "r:Iot 'rt.h<;a~t.v," this rich, full·hodied Lihhy's 'l'omato Juice is a wonderful pick llp for .tnany AND IT MAICl:S SUCH GOOD SOUPS! occasions. Good <ln a brisk tnoruing~ tine for after school, and ideal for an evening party Ton:iato Corn CJ1owder is hearty enough for served as we have pictured, with Libby's the hungriest mun, yet budget-wise. Only the Deviled Ham sandwiches. Or. you could gooduess and body of Libby's Ton1ato ~Juice serve this same juice steilming hot in bouillon can 1uake this chowder the saHsfyjng soup it is_ Put it iu your fiJc of main course soups.. c·ups as a first course~ or in soup bowls as th~ quickest '~home~froru~scboor~ Iuncb. Sorne Tomato -Corn Chowder: Cook 2 slices bacon, favorite garnishes for bot juices are; a slice of diced~ wJth !-.[ cup grated onion until bacon clove ..spiked _lelllon; a generous spoonful of is crisp.. Add 2 cups cubed~ raw potatoes, whipped cream; a slfoe of a large Libby's 1 cup water, 1 Y:; teaspoon saJt, and ~,.; teaStuffed Olive; a sprinkling of chopped cl1ives; .spoon PP-pper. Cover and .8itnrner about BO minu tcs oJ· until po ta l.oe.s ar1: tender. Add a few pieces of popcorh. Or. try conversation piece- celery stirrers. At lhc last minub~ befcH'e 1 cup drained .Libby's WhoJ('! Kernel Corn, 2 cups Libby's 'I'on1af·o ~Juice. and 4 i:ablepassing steaming mugs of juice, add a short stalk of crisp celery with a few leaves left at spuons flour dissolved in }2 cup milk. Cook the top, over low heat, stirring occa:sionally, until chowder fa slightly thfokened. Makes l!"i quarts or 6 generous servingfi.

Cool ~11 lovely fruit. rn:tlads will add a Bpring-time sparkle. to your n1id-wint.er 1nenus. Arrange them on a large takP-your-choiee platter for easy Aervice. ft's :o;o 1--oasy to assemble these lovely salads when you keep salad greens and a variety of Libby'~ canned fruit <..:hilling in the refrigerator. Sin1ply add a

few garnishes to the flavorful fruit and serve with pride. Your won1en's club will enjoy this gla1noruus party~food idea too-serve o. favorite fruit salad dressing~ hot rolls and plenty of steaming coffee as accompaniments. Pineapple Coconut: Arrange Libby'8 Hawaiian Pinr-!applf' Slices on ~ala<l gri-oen~·L 'Top each slice wit.h soft1:"nerl cream cheese and coconuL

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PINEAPPU!i TARJS=A FESTIVE PARTY DESSERT Cfolden :Libby's Hawaiian Pineappl<" slices atop a fluffy lime :filling in rich pastry shellstbis is truly elegant eating for its color and glamorous appearance, it's one that's easy t.o make way ahead of serving. 'I'he luscious pineapple is ready-to•eat, just as .it comes froru the can, with all the flavor-packed goodness ·found only in pine<1pple grown and canned in the. Hawaiian Islands. Thfais the time to stock the kitchen shelves well with Libby's canned pineapple--slicerl, crushed, chunks, .t.idbitl!, and juice. Use for qlrickio salads, a variety of desserts, and hot 'n bwilcil. £or a meat m• fowl gsrnisb.

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When it comes to the main dish in a meal, a bit of variety puts a big boost in life! Your family will welcome a Mexican Corn Pudding as .a delicious change from the usual "meat and potatoes" routine. A chilled Libby's canned fruit salad or crisp cabbage sla\,v· provides fine eating \\.i"ith this casserole. For

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