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more thari 30 feet in the air, he estimated. . Fletch ran up the driveway. to his home and rapped on the wmd 11· h" . "f t ow, ca mg 1s w1 o ·o come I . h h d"d . d. t I out, w 11c s e I 1mme rn e y. Tl UFO t"ll 1 t• 1 1e ' s I. mng mo 10n - . f ess and silent abouc 300 feet ram h h them. As the~ watc ed, t e strange craft dr1hed north, passing behind the Jerry Elmendorf home, 205 East l23rd. Fletcher ran to the Elmendorf home and called to Jerry but by the time he could get dressed and outside the craft had moved northward to about 121st. street and circled westward in the general direction of McChord Air Force Base. The Fletchers noticed that it passed the Parkland Light & Water Co. water tanks at a level considerable lower than the signal light on the tanks. After circling toward McChord, the craft swung back toward Parkland. It was noted that the flashing light seemed to come from all sides of the object, its pulsations making the craft ap.L

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pear to expand and cOJ;1tract. After about 20 minutes of unhurried maneuvers .in .the vicinity, the Unidentified Flylng Object rose to greater altitude and moved away into the night. After it had disappeared, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher watched several planes pass over to make a landing at McChord field. What about UFO? Well, as far as the Fletchers could make out, they look BlG, they are absolutely noiseless whether hovering in the air or in flight; they apparently don't DO anything unless Somebody is curious about us earthlings and just drops by occasionally for a looksee. Naturally Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher. are ·seeking explanations of what they both saw so clearly Thursday night. If others in the area observed anything of this nature at the time, or on other occasions, they welcome the chance to pool experiences and promise to pass on to the public anything they may learn.

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American Legion News Susan Swanson The Auxiliary of Parkland Post 228, American Legion, met April 26 in Sunshine hall, a pot· luck dinner preceding the session. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carta highlighted the program hour with beautiful colored films taken last summer at Camp Easterseal at Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Ten-yearold Maria Altsmanberger, who attended the camp last summer, gave a brief talk. This camp foe handicapped children is a special project of both the Legion and the Auxiliary. Several children are sent each summer by Post 228. The first cabin was built last year through the combined efforts of the auxiliaries and the Department of Washington. President Thelma Walsh conducted a pretty ceremony in which membership pins were given to Mrs ..James Linder, 20year pin; Mesdames Amy Wormald, Mamie Jackson, Bertha Bailey and Mabel Hart, 10-year pins; Mrs. Helen Jensen and Miss Judy Grant, 5-year pins. Mrs. · Kay Felty was a visitor and Mrs. Galbraith was welcomed as a new member.

President Thelma Walsh enters St. Joseph's hospital Thursday for major surgery; the prayers and best wishes of members· for a speedy recovery go with her. Attending the Monthly Council at Eatonville were Mesdames Mamie Jackson, Hazel Mackey, Mabel Hart, Amy Wormald and Susan Swanson. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 in Sunshine hall; officers will be LUCKY BREAK-A slick spot on the blacktop pavement on Bridge- elected. All members should atport cnnsed a lreak accident to a Flett Dairy truck on Wednesday, tend. May 1. While proceed!ng along his route at normal speed the driver, Frank McQuade, suddenly discovered that he had no control of the truck, which swung around, then tipped over on the road. McQuade escaped with only minor bruises and sprains; the vehicle was slightly damaged. Staff Photo by Bill Black SUMMIT •

Dance Benefit For '~1 Program Franklin .Pierce EducaCouncil is sponsoring a fainily dance in the high school lunchroom Wednesday, May 29, as a benefit to raise funds to pay adequate directo~·s for the $Ummer re.creationnl program on an .playgrounds of ·•. tli.e ·.Franklin Pierce· .district. The · dance will be.· from .8:;00 till midnight, the donation $1 per family. P-TA Central Avenue" P-TA will meet in the all-purpose room of the pichool Wednesday, May 15, at

Many a crowd gathered to hear the traveling medicine man sell his wares and promise "miracles" of his "sugar and water" componds . . . . WE DON'T PROMISE "MIRACLES" . . . BUT WE DO GUARANTEE SERVICE.

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8:00. A display by community youth and adult groups will ·be featured. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Thomson will entertain with song and danee numbers. Hal Thomson, 1st. vice president of the Pierce County Council, . will insta 11 the following officers: President, Mrs. George Musser; vice president, Mrs. Elmer Kerr; secretary, Mrs. Joseph Hofto; treasurer, Mrs. Roy Wright. School ·.Electh>n Thei:eis s~me .confusion about the Franklin· PicrcG .school electfon, which 'Yillbe held May 21; the Tacoma election. May 14; It will take a lot .of votes to carry the election, as 40% of the. last election. is needed to qualiff, Congratulations W c arc ·glad to report that Mrs. Archie LaForge (Anna) is at her home on Bingham road and slowly learning. to. walk. Homemakers The Summit Homemakers will meet Tuesday, May 14, at 10:00 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Baker on Waller road. The project will be copperenameling with Mrs. Baker instructing. Members are asked to bring copper dishes; also a sack lunch. Mrs. B. Ham is the co-hostess. Mother's Day Mother's Day will be observed in the Summit Methodist church Sunday at 11:00 o'clock. There will be bouquets for the oldest and youngest mothers and the mother with the most children. On Tuesday, · May 1:4, there will be a mother-daughter ban-

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The Spanaway Recreation committee will meet this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 in the Spanaway school library. The April 26 carnival held at the school was a fine success due to the co-operation of all civic groups and the .workers. who spent much time on the projects; also to. those whose generous donations of food and attractive talent sparked the affair. Special credit is given to Mrs. Martha Anderson, .carnical chair'1l)an; also thanks. to Mr.' Frazer and his staff at Spanaway school, Mr .. Nylander and his entertainers and to the Clan Gordon pipe band. Rille-Pistol Club The committee is sponsoring the organization of a small bore rjJ'le-pistol club for adults and juniors, the instruction, and shooting to be held in the Span· away school gym as soon as trained instructors and. equipment are available. The first meeting of the club is set for Thursday evening, May 16, with Bill Feddersen in charge. Juniors over 12 years of age are eligible to participate but must be accompanied by parents at this first me!)ting. This club will instruct the eligible shooters in the safe and sane handling of small bore firearms. Perhaps later there will be arangements made for outside large bore matches. Correspondence has been sent out which may possibly link this club with local and a national shooting organization. quet at 6:30 in the church hall; donations are 75c for adults, 35c for children. All mothers and daughters are invited.· Mrs. M. S. Rau,

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Elbe News Theta Rho initiated new members at the ·April 22 meeting in the Odd Fellows hall. They are Joan Brim, Mildred AYs, Elaine Sarver and Beverly Sjoblom. A mother-daughte1· night is planned for the May 13 meeting. About 30 members of Theta Rho and Junior Odd Fellows went to Tacoma for a skating party Saturday evening, April 27. May Day Many Elbe people attended the May Day community school exercises last Friday. Ruth Swanson, a high school senior, was one of the attendants at th.J coronation of the May Day King and Queen. On Sick List Roberta Gilliardi and Kathleen Rahier were reported ill the past week. Frank Mettler Sr. suffered two broken ribs in a fall at his home. Mrs. Reber is again in Tacoma General hospital, this time with a broken shoulder because of a fall Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerber of Ashfo;·d visited Elbe last Friday, having recovered from a severe attack of stomach flu. To Puyallup The Rudolph Kolb family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and son Clyde went to Puyallup last weekend to celebrate with their father and grandfather his 84th birthday. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards of Seattle visited their sister, Mrs. Pearl Engel, last weekend. Visit Mrs. Mel Ceccanti and Mrs. W. P. Christensen and their children went to Morton Tuesday, April 23. New Family Moving to Elbe this week are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Ugelstad of Tacoma who have rented the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyday Jr. To Widen Road We received a cheering report this week. The state highway from the Elbe bridge to Carlson is to be widened this summer and the roadbed made lower in several places. The many accidents in icy weather will be cut down by eliminating the steep places where cars slide into the ditch, and other accidents when cars are not able to climb the steep hills will also be lessened. Petitions have been out for some time asking for this Reporter - Mrs. Pearl Engel, Elbe.

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The Canyon Road Garden club will meet Wednesday, May 15, at 7:30 in the community hall. There will be election of officers, followed by games. Members are asked to bring plan ts and white elephants. Hostesses will be Anna Ziemer and Ann Runger. Community Club The Canyon Road Community club will hold its regular meeting at 8:00 o'clock this (Thursday) evening at the hall. Reporter - Mrs. John Folk, GRanite 5801.

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Charles Way, 12016 South Alaska, was elected governor of Toastmasters International District 32 at the .convention at Bremerton May 4.· Mr. Way, long-time resident of the Parkland area, is a member of the Lakewood Toastmasters club and holds an executive Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, position with the General PetrolGRanite 8545. eum Corporation in Tacoma.

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"'(heel chairs is announced< by· Parkland Area Kiwanis club, pro~ · vfdl;ng three chairs in all for the use of persons in the community who may need them. At present one of the chairs is being used by a student at Franklin Pierce high school. Anyone interested in borrowing one of the chairs is asked to inquire at either the Parkland or Midland fire hall. The highlight of last week's meeting was the music of a quartet organized by the Rev. Erling Thompson, Trinity pastor. The regular weekly dinner meeting will be held at 6:15 this (Thursday) evening in Trinity Lutheran church dining room. A representative of the Chevrolet Motor Co. will be present to show films of the 1956 Soap Box Derby at Akron, Ohio. Guests will be Bobby Booth, Tacoma winner of the Derby, and his father, Col. R. E. Booth of McChord Air Force Base.

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1st vice president, Mrs. William Stevens; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Lawrence McVittie; recording secretary, Mrs. Albert Heimbigner; financial secretary, Mrs. Herman McDowell; treasurer, Edward Ganey. Hostesses for the Installation of new officers social hour will be the 7th grade will be the main business when mothers. the Harvard-Midland P-TA meets New 4-H Club Wednesday evening, May 15, at 8 :00 in the Midland school for Mr. Ernest Hopp, County Exthe last meeting of the school tension Agent, visited a new 4-H year. Mrs. Edward Jackson will club meeting April 23 and gave preside. A musical program pre- them pointers on gardening, senting Midland students will be which these new members have directed by Gerald Pepos, Eu- devided to take for their progene Ahrendt and Mrs. Walletta ject. He also explained to them Carlson. Officers to be installed about demonstrations and reare: President, Mrs. Karl Strand; quirements to enter fairs and

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FOR SALE - Small amount of dry wood, cook stove length; Rt. 1, Box 433, Spanaway. 15p35 The annual P-TA Mother's si1· _F_O_R__S_A_L_E_____R_a_b_b-it_h_1_1t-ches ver tea will be held in Colline? never used .. Reasonable. 4520 gym Wednesday, May 15, frotn FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam East 100th. GR 6331. 15c37 1:00 to 3:00 p. m. boats ~~275 unpainted; work ,_ Mrs. Harod Burgeson,. general guaranteed; Bant9.m Boat Co., PARKLAND FUr<> ..~lTUn.E c' ·rmn for the affair is 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf New and. used rmscellaneous: ria.1 •. n . . , Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. assisted by Mesdames DGl HaG.E. CANNISTER vacuum re· dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctl worth, Glenn Haller, Otto Ander· possessed due to illness; take son, James Eustace, Ray Cogan, over $17 balance at $5 each FOR SALE - Full size walnut E. c. Cardy, A. O. Anderson, E. month and get free home dem- finish bed complete; new mat- A. Taylor, Gilbert Baker and onstration. UPTON ELECTRIC tress; GR 7176 after 5:0.0 p.m. other P-TA members. CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15_0_ 3_5 ____________ Tea tables will be decarntc'd 15c35 TACOMA UPHOLSTERY - with spring flowers, the Colline; SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES- Special on reupholstering dav" 8th g-rade girls se1·ving the reP'lone GR 3330, Patty Ann enport, chair, .as low as $129. freshments. Tea music will be Ba.J;:ery 15ctf Davenos. $49.00; Rocker, $29. played on the organ by Mrs. -----USED BEDROOM SET-Complete Fr~e estL!llates; HA 6955, GR Clinton Riis. 15ctf mh• 1u <l es: we l ·~ l ~e program inc •,vitii clean inner spririg mat- 0327 t"ess and double coil spring $79; FOR SALE OR TRADE %" come to mothers and friends by PAHKWAY FURNITURE l41st drill; set pipe dies ~" to 1"; Mrs. Gil Baker, P-TA president, & Pacific Ave.; Open till 9:00; heavy 'farm trailer; good wring- and Dave Turnbull, Collins prinGR 39,;1. l5c35 er tyi:ie washer; table sep'.'rator; cipal; inspirational poem, . Mrs. -----CHAIX SAW, 22" bar, very 9Jr1:'i . wi;:ii;:il. rug, . used iust 4 Elsworth Campbell; talk, "Moth· 15c35 er," Rev. Ted Smith; songs, 8th · good condition, $115; consider months; GR 6417. car top boat in trade; GI{ 5427. FOR SALE - 25 Metal Beds and grade girls, accompanied by Mrs. 15p35 Springs, twin size, $5.00 per set. Walletta Carlson; tap dance, Graham .7-2292. 15p35 Peggy Ward; greetings ·and an. d nouncements, Supt. Morris Ford; @ Wheel Balancing H angmg FOR SALE . . rapes . h . and Flexalum venetian blinds. organ s.e1ect.10i:s, Jo n Lequ_e, • Motor Tune-Ups Reasonable; after 5 p.m. and community smgmg. Corsages will Headlight Adjusting all day Saturday. 705 Lafayette be awarded to the oldest and Airport Rocket Service St. 15p35 youngest grandmothers, the Airport Rd• Next to IGA grandmother with the most desShopping Center FO:R. SALE OR TR~DE - Large ccndants, the youngest mothe1\ ~u~iw,e gas titnk with.gauge and the moth r "th the t hilmo~ c COPE BROS,, buyers ~· all fittl!lgs; baby's stroller.&; boy's . _ _ e · wr English bicycle; HUbbard 1707. ·dren and. the mother w1t11, the kinds oif poultry; 102 South 15p35 most relatives i:iresent. A t,eacher 72nd St., HA 4406. 15chf will also ,!Je awarded a co1'sage. Ironing board, FOR SALE All mothers and friends ai-e fluorescent kitchen light fixture, invited to attend. dining. room light fixture, -8-ft. P"TA dining room set, light finish; solid oak library table, vanity dresser, electric ·range, kitchen sink, lavatory and stool. 3408 East 92nd; GR. 7993. 1.5c35

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In at 10:00. out at 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf LOST '.Brown fluffy puppy; ------ . -------·--FOUNDATIONS-New.· additions; free estimates, fin?ncing; w:ork PARKLAND HEATING. CO., serv· call GR 5344 alter 6:00 p.m. 35 guaranteed; HI 2002. 3ctf ice for any: type heating unit; - - - - ' - - - ' - - - - - . , . - - -6c parts and filters; Williams OilBuy 8 0-Matic low pressure furnaces; G WELL DIULUNG 755 South 108th; GR 4045. 3ctf HIGHEST CASH PRICE.S paid for l~rlceiey Pump!! smelter pole and log timber. FERN Hill Cnll evenings, GR 5972. 8ctf ~.

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FOR RENT-Two 3-room houses with bath and toilet; Puyallup 5-2029. 10c35 FOR RENT - Furnished 2 bedroom apartment located in Pal'!cla::.1d. Private. no apartmt,nt.s connectec.1; "?:ili be ·\'·ncant soon. $55.00 m0nth; GR Oll4. 10y38

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ACE SEPTIC TANK , SERVICE 15Gptio Tanks Cleaneo O. B. ACKLEY GR 4343 GR 78?2 SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re: place and. iepair work. 3 years to .pay; LA 8734 .• HI_5945. 3ctf

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Both houses rented. O::.e house j furnished. Rent $45 and $50. ~ A.utorr:ofrve Out of town owner says to sell. $1000 down, $65.00 month on '57 . FORDS & CHEVROLETS; SMALLEY PLUMBING & HEATING contract. Call Ralph Decker, H! wholesale prices. MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., GRanite 7293 · 9579. GR . 4060 anytime, evenings, GI or FHA - $7450,00 "lundays. 12ctf TOP SOIL and· fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; GR 3536 or BUILT 1941. 3 bedrooms, large Puyallup 5-2038. 3ctf living .and dining room, hardEvergreen wood floors, kitchen, wired 220, t good built-ins, full basement, PARKLAND auto oil furnace, 3 lots, large HEATING COMPANY 57 CHEV.. Bel-Air 4-Dr. H.T. garage. 2 blocks to bus and AU Extras! ........ $2995 stores. Call Ralph Decker, HI We have almost any type of 9579. 138th & Pac. GR 4772 Furnace you want. Specializ· ing in Williams O'il'O' Matic. McKinley Hill Oil - Gas - Hot Water • Farm Ads 13 Parts for All Makes 6.311. McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estate USED 'I'.RACTOR SALE Saturday; For Fr<')e Estimates call Board RAINIER TRACTOR, River Rd., GRanite 4045 Puyallup; phone 5-2105. 13c36 755 SO. 108TH FORSALE BY OWNER;_ 3 bedro()m house, and a furnished 2 SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. bedroom apartment. 2 car gar· OIL FOR LESS if you live within 2 miles of our plant. Why pay tracting and appliances; :J;ree age. Located together on corner engineering service for electric lots. Apartment new renting for more than 16c for Diesel Oil in 200-gallon lots? L/IPENSKI'S heat; GR 7064. 3c1J:f $50.00 and could get more. Buy HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 equity and pay $60.00 -per ino. Pacific Ave. GR 8173. 15ct£ payments on both house and apartment. Phone GR 0114. 9p37 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET STERBICK & STERBICK Bulldozing - D~tching classes. All ages. M i 1 d r e d Attorneys 'l'OP SOIL . ~ GRAVEL ·Jennie L. Grodvig Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf 38051h South. Yakima SEPTIC TANKS and ln the Superior Court of the State DRAIN ~'IELP~ Parkland 'Realty Co. Phone Pu)rallup 5·2452 of Washington, for the County 3ett Insurance of All Kinds of Pierce. II! Ill Notary Publi~ No. 63138 AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; Est. in Parkland Since 1941 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Meat - Milk ~ E'ggs give your lawn a treat; LA 2111. GR 8609 Office In the Matter of the Consolidated 3ctf 30 Day Free Trial Per Feed Dollar !102 Garfield St., Parkland Estate of "Use" 20 Year Guarantee GEORGE F. ALDRICH and "Deal with the people who give ,EARLE'S Triangle Fann Pr<:>ven Feeds Goodyear Air Foam MARIE G. ALDRICH you their personal attention." EVERGREENS Famous Red,Line Foundation Both Deceased. Walter Earle TRADE OR SALE - Ideal half block in Spanawey; owner, Shrubs - Planting 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 14558 Bothell Way, Seattle 55. Open Till !) :00 ti::m. · 9ctf

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GRAHAM 20 ACRES CHILD CARE, my home, whfu. LARGE 5 bedroom home in you shop,, -run errands, etc.; GR beautiful shape; 10 acres clear- 4 402. 14ctf ed, balance pasture and second CLEANING growth timber. The best of soil; SEWING, alterations. mending; Prompt barn, drilled well. Will trade reasonable; GR 5636. 14c36 for small homo; $14,000, terms. Call Barney McFadden, Graham __'"'..'._3980·~----~A 703!!_1 7-7337, or .Mick, MA 6355 or HI 2408. STATION WAGON OW:i>.~RS New & Used Mach:inerv ~()W xou can buy a Custom built ::-,:~,~:·n1.YSULA -:;:;;,~NIER TRACT0;'"~ . 1·"'a.r-i1.r._c yo;.1 c2.n be pr:YL:.d to /,.C:IZES ··v-~:·T' ~~d:. PUYALLUP 5~.:>; .\'.:· £?~,uti7n. . ~V'\Tagon. ;Jc~:'( -~~:r:tJsi:cx1. gl\TCfJ th'.1t only 5

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WANTED - Woman to clean 3bedroom home one ·day every other week. Write. 1638 .South 113th, giving references and phone number. 5c35 WANTED - Cherry picker for 8-foot logs; GR 7733. 5c35

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3-ROOM HOUSE to be moved, FOR 'SALE-Female Chihuahua; 24'x18', 9920 Pacific Ave. GR also male Chihuahua-Peke; Mrs. · 15c35 FOR SALE Beautiful tract, Floyd Geske, Rt. 3, Box 213, 8173. --'$1100.00. Al_l conveniences on 15p35 KILN DRIED SHAVINGS $10 a highway, trees and garden. Eve- Puyallup; load; GR 8373. 15ct£ . ning call GR 4137. 9c35 PIANO LESSONS Classical and modern. Reasonable rate. PRICES ON 10 Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf TIRES - BATTERIES tESS • • GAS FOR FOR RENT - Modern 2-room LOOK HERE! house with large utility, garden Dick's Richfield Service ONLY ONE - Discontinued bedspace; garage if desired; GR 72nd & East "L" Street room suite, mahogany in amber 4321. 10c35 finish;. 9-drawer. 60" dresser, CAN'T PAY for nice ELECTRO- framed tilting plate mitror; 4FOR RENT - 2-room furnished LUX; pay_ off $29 balance at $5 drawer chest; book case bed apartment in Parkland Centre each month and get free home complete with innerspring matBldg.; $45, including utilities; demonstration. UPTON ELEC- tress & box springs $179; trades, HUbbard 0446. 10c35 TRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU terms. PARKWAY FURNITURE 15c35 141st & Pacific Ave. OPEN TILL FOR RENT - Small furnished 2551. 9:00. GR 3941. 15p34 upper apartment, outside entrai1ce. 401 South 116th. 10p35 TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. ···------Home Wiring Remodel, ginning and .advanced. Call Jim FOR RENT - 1-bedroom house, D.ryers, Electric Heat, Nylander, GR 0574. 15c1f nicely •furnished, $60.00. GR Emergency Service Ca'11 4107. l0c35 FOR SALE Siegler heaters WEBB ELECTRIC at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; '57 GR 0256; 120th & Pacific Ave. 15ctf

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Monte Vista Garden club w.ill meet Thmsday, May :16, at 12:30 at the home of Mr_s. Harold Peterson, 770 South 117th, with Mrs. Kenneth Pate assisting. There will be a club flower show arid judging of the Cum. Laude tulips each member raised.

CALL FOR B.iDS Franklin Pierce School District No. 402. . Sealed bids .will be received by Franklin Pierce School District No. 402, 11002 Portland Avenue, Tacoma 44, Washington, _until 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, 195?, for one 73-passene:er transit sc_hool bus. Bus will be Gillig with 237 horse power rear .moun.ted Hall-Scott motor, power steerfog, and gross vehicle weight of 29,500 pounds or equal. Specifici.i.tions may. be examined at the Franklin Pierce School District office at the foregoin,g address. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive informalities in bidding. By order of the Board of Directors, Franklin Pierce School District No. 402. LOUISE D. LYND, Clerk of the Board Published in the Times Journal May 9, 16, 2::l, 195}.

State Supervisor of Water sources, Olympia. NOTICE OF AMENDED WATER RmHT APPLICATION NO. 14245 TAKE NOTICE: That A. H. Hooker of Tacoma, Washington on M:;i.r_ch 4, 1957, filed application for permit to divert tho public waters of unnamed springs tributary of Nisqually River, in the amount of 1.0 second foot, subject to existing· rights, from April 15th to Octobei; 1st each year for the purpose of irrigation; that the approximate point of diversion is located within Government Lot 4 of Sedion 16, Township 17N., Range 2 E.W.M., in Pierce County. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ( $2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from May 16, 1957. Witness my hand and official seal this 29th day of April, 1957. M. G. WALKER State Supervisor Water Resources. Published in the Times-Journal May 9, 16, 1957,

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 mfoutes from McChord Base. $95.00. Will furnish completely if desired. 3 BEDROOM UNIT AVAILABLE MAY 15th m !!side 8983


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Orlhonedic Set Guild members of the T<J.com.a Orthopedic Association are .set ready for their first Spring Coin Count and where do they get their coins to count? Some 1200 women will be calling at homes throughout Tacoma and vicinity to chat with home makers about Mary Bridge Children's. Hospital. They will leave a brief resume of services available at the hospital with he1·. A coin envelope benring a sketch of a fountain with coins dropping into it and the legend of nCoins in n -Fciuriiain of Health for Children", will ,,]so be given to each household. Guild members are suggesting that the various members of the home drop coins in that fountain for the benefit of chilclren who may need hospital service during the summer months. At the end of two weeks, which will .be May 20th, the envelopes will be picked up by these guild me:mbers and coins counted. It is hoped the total Coin Count w.ill be sufficient to maintain during June, July and August, th., aver-

age subsidy supplied by the Tacoma -Orthopedic Association during the nine months of guild activity. This subsidy has amounted to an average of $6000 a month the past year. For the Parkland Orthopedic Guild the presidents, Mrs. Edward Brown, will act as coin chairman. For Sylvia Storaasli, the president, Mrs. Thomas Fleming, has named Mrs. H. G. Leraas; Mrs. Hai·ris L. White of Dr. Lee A. Rademaker Guild ho.s named Mrs. Mary Lee O'Neill.

Psychologist To Be PuTA Speaker "Unraveling Child Echo.vim-'' is the topic Glen Easley, School Psychologist for the Tacoma schools '.Viii discuss at the Parkland P-TA meeting next Thursday, May 16. Mrs. Richard Simpson will preside at the meeting to be held in the Parkland school auditorium at 8:00 o'clock. An Explorer group, under the leadership of Mr. Cox, will present the flag .ceremony. Rev. Darwin Blomgren from the Emmanuel Baptist church will give the invocation.

ham News At the home of Mrs. Charles Lorcn7. n pink nnd blue sho;vc-r was held for Mrs. C. Raymer. Those present were Mesdames D. T. Lindber::;, G. Gray, Ray Hanson, Ray Funk, Elbert Mothershed, Alforlfson, °I. Burr and During the evening Mrs. Heshcel Mobley will install the follov»ing ne\Y officers: Mrs. A. J. Stern, president; Mrs. Boyd Dickinson, J st vice president; Mrs. R M. Crum, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Vnl Berntsen, secretary, and Mrs. Ju.mes Turner, trt::asurer. Decorations are under thE' direction of Mrs. Clinton Williams an<l her co1nmittee. Serving in the kitchen will be the 5th grade mothers, with Mrs. Snm Brown, chairman. The 6th grnde mothers will hostess at the door, und2r the chairmanship of Mrs. L. Woodford.

Archie Numi and Miss Thelma F1mk.. the honor guest and hostess. The afternoon- \Vas spent playing games, after which a birthday cake for Mrs. C. Raym2r and a delicious lunch was served. Pfc. Kenneth Mottley of Camp Hanford at Wchland visited his rnothe2·j lvfrs. Carter Larson, over the weekend. Reporter -'- Mrs. Albert Nels.:Jn, G1·ahnm 7~7640.

warning system should be con- have given strength and wisdom sidered global rather .than contine'ntal in its scope. An z.ttack against one NATO nation is an attack against them ali and enemy plans must be framed to -· cripple the Allied strike ability wherever it may be based. Since it i:i bas1'd on both sides of the Atlantic enemy must perforce be wide and deep. ..-Air Vice-Marshal C. G. Lott

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NATO AID DEIFENSE Since an acfr;e defense also dem:md? suffkient warning effect interception, an c:irly i..varri~ ing systein is -a .Prerequisite to a retaliatory c11pllbility. This early

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Thursday, May 9, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

Park District To Help Kids Baseball The Metropolitan Park District of Tacoma is again lending 'a helping hand ·to the southern 'Pierce County kids by organiz.ing and administering base ball : anP. softball leagues. Last season there were twelve :Pee Wee baseball teams in the iSpanaway~Parkland area and a hnuch larger turnout is hoped for this• season. If enough adults will show some interest and devote. some ·time and .a very, very small amount of money, this program could' be expanded to include :nearly al( the boys in the area. If enough t.eams can be formed, the games will be played in this locality.. However, if only a few teams in each age division are put together, then they will be forced· to play in Tacoma, or not play at .all. One doesn't have to look very 'far to see. the need for this type of prog:am. The desire to play baseball is almost an inhcirited trait among the nation's youth. And surely, the boys in this area are no exception. It is. entirely feasible that enough teams could be formed so that we could be' represented .in .the county playoffs in each age div-

Bowling News Tacoma Rubber Stamp maintained its lead in the Paradise Pinettes Bowling League after last week's play. Their record is 38-18 for the season. Lincoln Fuel is the runner-up with 34-22. Dorothy Tray of Parkland Fuel had the high series, 520, and Lenore Kna.vel of Vaughn's Lumber bowled the high game, a 203. ision. The Recreation Commission has such outstanding men on its staff . as Tom Cross, recipient -of the PLC award this year, and 'Steve Orfanos, long associated with the Tacoma Youth Program. Cross has .. increased the total number of teams more than 200 since he took over ten years ago. Those persons who ·are- interested in promoting this program should call the Recreation Commission in Tacoma, FUlton 2496.

Lute Averages Don May, veteran infielder, continues to lead tl\e Pacific Lutheran bii.sebal!ers at the plate after -1;3 games. May is currently hitting .349 and is the only Gladiator over the .300 mark. Ron McAllister, ·huge Seattle outfielder, leads in runs batted in with 6 and May has the most hits, 5.

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This looms as an important weekend for the Franklin-Pierce track and baseball teams. The track;;ters will be competing i;;. the Puget Sound Conference meet Friday afternoon at Renton and the basehallers meet KentMoridian at Ifont on Tuesday in a game they must win to stay in · contention . for the playoffs. The three best bets among the track performers are David Selk, highjumper, Bob Stanley, shotputter and George Hibler, halfmiler. Selk, a 5'9" senior holds the school record in the highjump. His best mark is 6' %", which is among the best jumps by a Puget Sound Conference athlete this season. Shotpu tter Bob Stanley, also a senior, has as his best perform- · ance a heave of 49'2%, ", aleyo a school record. This is better than any conference weight man has done this year. George Hibler, a junior halfmiler, is in his first season of track competition. He has run the 880 in 2:08, somewhat off the times of the other half-milers in the league, but he has shown a great deal of improvement and may push the leaders consider· ably. Ed Brown's baseballers cannot afford to. take another loss and stay in contention for the playoffs with the Seattle City League later this month. The first and second place teams in each of the two leagues will meet at Sick's Seattle Stadium. ALONG Alexander is playing his first season of baseball and has already become . one of the Cards' With leading hitters. Alexander, a second baserl:)an, Larry receives help in the hitting deKirkwood partment from Jerry Hoxsey, Bob Albaugh and John Allison. Hoxsey and lcfthander Garland . . Winder are the top pitchers. Show dates are begmnmg to The Cardinals have beaten come in with almost every week Puyallup, Renton and their arch- end this summer filled. One of rivals the Clover Park Warriors, the outstanding shows in this already this season and have a locality is the Woodbrook Hunt good chance to go all the way. Club show to be held May 18 and ,~~~...;,_~~~~~

19 at the Woodbrook Arena. Events are as follows: Saturday, beginning· ~t 1:00 p.m., Open jumping; junior equitation, English, championship; open stock hm:.se reining; English pleasure; Arabian costume; three gai~cd ~10rses; .we~tern trail horse; iqn~ 10r eqmtation, hunt seat; novice ht1nter - Sunday, beginning at ·:I::OP,•open hunter; western pl~s-· ure; five gaited; Arabian, native

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Four members of the Brookdale Golf Club are. still in the running for the 1957 City of Tacoma Public Links championship. Art Baumann, Lawren.ce Johnson, Major Bob Stafford and Bud Williams will be playing quarter final matches starting at 11 a.m. Saturday. The semi-finals will follow on Sunday. Baumann established himself as a strong contender by besting l'lst year's champion, Luther Fanning, 1 up. Johnson defeated Don Hesselwood, 2 and 1, Stafford beat Lee Turnbull, 3 and 1, and Williams blasted Frank Bonaro, 6 and 5, in other matches. The Saturday pairings are as follows: Peluso of Allenmore vs. Morse of Allenmore, Williams of Brookdale vs. Genin of Meadowpark, Baumann of Brookdale vs. Stafford, of Brookdale. Haumann is over a large hurdle in his bid for his first City title, but he must defeat some excellent golfers. Williams is a former City titlist and also won the Brookdale Amateur in 1956. Stafford won the Brookdale Amateur in 1.954. Peluso was runner-up to Fanning Inst year and Morse is a past champion of the Northwest Lefthanders' Tourney. The finals of the tournament are set for Sunday, May 19 at Brookdale.

The Pa~ific Lutheran College track team, featuring National javelin champion John Fromm, will play host to the University of British Columbia and Western Washington in a triangular meet starting at 1 :30 this Saturday afternoon on the PLC ovaL Fromm is unbeaten in his specialty this spring, having won five straight meets. In his first start, an indoor meet at Washington State, he broke the fieldbouse record with a heave of 217' 91,~". At Willamette Relays, the rain and mud held his toss down to 207'. Back on the home track against Seattle Pacific, John established a track record of 222'2". Up to this time he was still short of his individual record of 228'6" with yvhich he won the NAIA national meet last year. However, John then journeyed to Des Moines, Iowa to compete in the Drake Relays, where he established another meet record with a toss of 232'. Last week at Ellensburg, Fromm set his fourth track record of the young season with a heave of 234'11'. This ranks him second in the nation behind Voiles of USC, the NCAA record holder at 247'. John "the plunger" also holds the school rushing records for a single season and has the top three year total ever recorded by a Lute footballer.

Carl Searcy in the shot and disc and Galen Nusbaum, polevaulter.

Glads. Husldes Play Saturday Pacific Lutheran will meet the University of Washington in IL baseball doubleheader at Cheney Field this Saturday. Game timo for the opener it 1:30. The two teams met earlier in the year with the Huskies coming out on top by scores of 10-0 and 3-0. The Lutes have a 4-13 record for the season, their poorest in years, however, the Huskies have had their bad moments this season and the outcome of Saturday's twin bill is still in doubt. Marv Harshman plans to start righthanders John Hergert ar+d Chuck Curtis, while the Huskies are expected to counter with Ed. Lajala and Bob Reimer. Hergert (0-2) and Curtis (1-4) have pitched well on occasion and if either is sharp, he could ,beat the Huskies.

Another Lute to watch this weekend, is Ted Siek, who recently broke the PLC mile record with a time of 4:24, and is now out after Leif Knutzen's eightyear-old half-mile record of 1:52. Ted's best time in this eve!lt is 1:53.8 and the consensus is ''that the wiry runner will top that mark this week. costume; Tennessee walking 11..11 Other consistent Lute · point horse; junior equitation, western, 1v1Cllll' OW getters include Tom Gilmer in championship; fine harness; road C.0He9e Points Play the high jump and broad jump, hacks; novice jumping. There will The College Golf Club activ- Dale Storaasli in the high jump, be. pre-judging on junior equita- ity will be reduced considerably Dale Schimke in the broad jump, tion, English, English pleasure as compared to last week, whe.n and western trail horse Satur- a points tourney and a team • • 'ta match with Vashon. Island was d ay a t 10. ;OO a.m., JUmor eqm - held. tion western and western picasOn the docket for this weekure pre-judging Sunday at 10, end is a best-17 holes tournawith beginners jumping Sunday ment. Strong contenders here at 11;00 a.m. will be Erv Marlow, Sr. and Jim The Woodbrook Hunt Club, Hill. oldest of the three hunts on the Marlow won the points tournaWest Coast; will hold their an- ment. Inst week with a total of nual Spring horse show at the 46, while Hill was the medalist Woodbrook Arena on Saturday in the tco.m match with a 68. and Sunday, May 18 and 19, College won the match, 28-20. according to President Nelson B. Runner-up to Marlow in the Davis. first division of the points tourMrs. J. H. Gilpin, chairman of ney was George Cash with 44 the event, has received applica- and third place went to _ Art tions from throughout the state Roberts .at 41 .. Cash was closest for the show's twenty-one classes. to the pm as his ball settled only Also tci be held on 1Yf~Y 19at 5' 3" away. Longacres is the Posse fueef''for··-'.t"!';dHagerr won the second divthis district with Posses from ision N'ason, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Kitsap, Thurston and Pierce counties competing. This will be a Cabinets & Store Fixtures very colorful and exciting meet. Along the trail we s~w the We Insta11 Topping's new" palomino colt, Free Estimatell sired by Kingas X ... Carol and Ed Mazzuca the proud }lo.rents R H 0 N E 'S of twins, a boy and a gir~ . . . CABINET SHOP the l~rge amount of entries ~t So. 161.st St. GR 3342 the first gymkhana of the year Span away at Tacoma Unit grounds ...

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Waller Road p..T To Install 14th Installation o;f new officers will be an important feature of the May 14 meeting of Waller Road P-TA at 8:00 p.m. in the community hall. Patrolman Archer will present pins to the School Patrol officers who have completed their duties for the current school year. Cub Scouts will present the flag; accordion numbers by Rosalie N otton will be enjoyed. Hostesses for the evening will be Mesdames M. Wheeler, C. Samuelson, L. Gunnarson, M. Collins, 'L. Mer ket and E. Perrin. Spring Festival Parents and friends of Waller Road school are invited to attend the Spring Festival at the community hall this {Thursday) evening. School. Election A special school election will be held May 14, voting to be at the Waller road hall. Parents of school age children and all residents of the district who are interested in the welfare of school children are urged to . support the Puyallup school district in efforts to obtain the necessary funds to build the much needed physical education building; the millage is asked for one year only. The proposition failed las fall because too few voted.

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Luncheon Sponsored by Pomona Grange, a luncheon will be held Friday, May 17, in the Waller Road hall. 64th and Waller road. Arrangements are being made by the Home Economics chairman and the Lecturer. School Notes · R'tch ar d Th~e 5th gra d ers m Berntsen's room have been deeply interested in a project fea· · th t ur1ng - .1.e s t-u d y o f- 01.1. B oo kl e t s . d b y M r. B ernt sen w e re S uppI ie for reference and films, film strips and flat pictures were obtained and shown to the children. A model drilling rjg was procured and individual assignments made so that everyone had a part in making the drilling rig, strata or equipment used in detecting possible oil deposits. A very interesting bulleton background pictm-e ·was made, showing all the phases of the work and the types of oil deposits. The study picture and the model helped the students to better understand their assignment on the petroleum industry. Miss Catherine Usher's 2nd grade class have been observing the transformation of a tadpole into a frog. The children named their tadpole "Harry" and have watched with ever increasing interest ~f their friend grew legs and has. nearly lost his tadpole tail. The children say it is just like magic to watch the changes day by day. It will be only a short time before "Harry" will be happily hopping around ·the hall of Waller Road school. The 3rd grade class of Mrs. Priscilla Peterkin made their study of dairy farming more interesting by learning, first hand, how to make butter. This they did ·in school; later enjoyed it on bread. jam added. The highlirrht of this study was a trip by bus to the Sanitary Infant Dairy, after which they made a model farm. The unit of this project was completed by a talk by a member of the Tacoma Sanitation department. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, GRanite 5210.

efforts. It is being sponsored locally by the Parkland Jaycees and un· ~er the chairmanship of Roger Lincoln, Dick Deeter and Ron Peters. Local merchants have contributed valuable awards for local entries which, together with the possibility . . of the national ?wards, wh1?h mcludes $4,?00:00 m scholars~1i;is to those \~mnmg the competition at Washmgton, . • • D. . C., makes it a worthwhile proJect for any teenager. The test will be given on C street at its intersection with Garfield ~treet, on Saturday, May 11, ~ta'.·tmg a~. 9:0p a. m. and cont;numg_until about 1:00. p. m. It will be 3udged by Washington State Patrolmen and Pjerce county sheriff's deputies. Among the local awards will be a $50.00 Savings Bond, a $25,00 Savings Bond, a complete fishing outfit, 30 gallons of gas and many other prizes donated by the following merchants: Fletcher's M ark et National Bank of Washington of' Parkland Big Bear Store, Bob's Place: Bietz's Service Station, Parkland Firestone Store and Pochel Distributing Company. The public is welcome and urged to attend and cheer favorite candidate.

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Games Party The 8th grade of Weyerhaeuser school will hold a games party in the community hall at the school Saturday evening, May 11, at 8:00 o'clock. Proceeds will be used for graduation expenses. The public is invited.

Parkland Preschool The Parkland Preschool will meet at 8:00 p. m. May 14 at the school, Mrs. Lewis Wheeler presiding for the business hour. Recently elected officers will be installed. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. Arthur Storlie, Mrs. James Johannesen, Mrs. H. Bjorke and Mrs. F. C. Sanderson. The executive board will meet at 7:00 for an hour's session.

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The Pierce County Dairy Wives will meet Tuesday, May 21, for luncheon at Ivan's. 'l'here will be u talk by Sandra Kittinger, wi.n"Should the Clover Creek P-TA net· of the trip to the 4 - I-I Dissolve ;md Start a Parent or marketing of dairy products in Booster Club" was the question Seattle. discussed Mfly 1 when the P-TA board met at the Wallace Bagley home. There will be furthet• discussion Wednesday, May 15, at 8:00 p. m . in the school gym. All interested are urged to attend. New Garden Club The James Sales P-TA will May 14 will see the second meet Tuesday, May 14, at 8:00 meeting of the new garden club, p. m. in the auditorium of the which was organized April 16 school. Mrs. Hylan L. Johnson with 13 people present. The club will preside over a short business decided to take membership in meeting. the National Garden Clubs of . The meeting will be opened Ameicra. Mrs. Rose Kestler will with the flag presentation by open her home for the meeting, Den 9 of Cub Pack 105, Mrs. which will feature election of George Ouhl, Den l'i!other. Nor- officers. man Goodwin will present the Hurried Trip 1957-1958 Charter for Cub Pack Mr. and Mrs. James Nutt and 105, sponsored by the James Sales P-TA. The achievement Gary made a quick trip to Tuaward "Onward for God and My cumcare, N. M., where his mothCountry" will nlso be presented er, Mrs. Wallace Nutt, had suffered a heart attack. They exat this time. The following officers for 1957- pect to return home next week. 1958 will be installed: Mrs. Hylan. Mrs. Nutt's mother, Mrs. W. 'B. L. Johnson, president; Mrs. Don- Bargen, is caring for the chidren. Blue Ribbon ald Taylor, 1st vice president; Mrs. Oscar Morken, 2nd vice Cub Scout Pack 79 won a blue president; Mrs. Donald MacLean, ribbon on their booth at the secretary, and Frank Meade, Scout Exposition at the CPS treasurer. field house last Friday night. Severa1 parents will share exChildren Hurt periences and ideas for better Two children of the district and inexpensive summer vaca- were badly burned last week.· tions and family recreation, tips Bruce Mead suffered second and on where to go and things to do. third degree burns when his The teachers will be hostesses jeans caught fire at ;a bon fire; for the evening. The record and Johnny Hutt got a severe burn history books will be on display from hot grease as he and friends during the coffee hour. were cooking hamburgers. Reporter-Mrs. William Dalby, "As long as Communist ideol- GR 0163. ogy remains alive, free men everywhere arc in mortal danger."

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The annual silver tea at Bethel high school, in Calypso Holiday theme will fca turc a style show with fashions created by girls in the Home Economics classes today, 1:30 to 3:00 o'clock. An entertaining program is planned. The event)s sponsored by the Bethel Girls club whfoh during the tea hour will install the· following new officers: President, Soni.a Engebretson; vice presi" dent, Sha1·0n Vollbrecht; secre· tary, · Alice Tibbitts; treasurer, Jean Sullivan; A. S. B. R., Julianne Nilsen. The day's program includes coronation of Turay Queen Nancy Williamson and her royal attendants, Joy Beaman, Susan Fagel', Carol Brown, Sandra Crooks, Connie Barna and Corinne Wedmark. School Sports This evening at 7:00 o'clock the Bethel high school track will be used for the Non-Qualifiers' track meet, open to all participants who have not qualified for the sub-district track meet. Only two entries in each event will be allowed from each school. The sub-district meet will be held Friday, May 10, at 1:30 at Fife high school, Bethel to enter about five events. The Yelm Tornadoes will play the Bethel Draves at Bethel Tuesday, May l.;f, at 7:30 under the lights. Reporter Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GRanite 7658.

The Parkland Methodist Youth Fellowship will be host to the Youth Fellowship groups from the Spanaway and Lakewood Methodist churches on Sunday, May 12, at 7:00 p. m. Larry Nelson will head a committee to greet and register those attending and Ginny Dryer will lead them in a period of recreation and games. Worship will be led by Marian Sears preceding a talk and discussion period led by one of the visiting ministers. In charge of refreshments is a committee headed by Judy Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Val Berntsen are serving as Counselors for tho occasion; Nancy Brown is serv.. ing as publicity chairman. Rev. J. C. Snowden is pastor of the Spanaway Church .and Rev. Jack Tuell is pastor atI..akewood. Rev. Donald Nothdurft is pastor of the host church. This will be the first in a series of three meetings when these groups will meet together for worship, fun and study.

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Participating in the dance were ,Barie• Greene, Walter Templin, Mary Beth .Janowski, Marsha Hoffman, Teddy Mullins, Cathy Mullins, Christy Cordes, Janet Swalander and Susan VanEtten. There was. a skit by the McMlllian Grange, this group having helped instuture the Fruitland 'Grange 25 years ago. A comic skit followed. A presentatiott of the Silver Star to 25-year members was the highlight of the program. Charter members rcce1vmg Silver Stars were Mesdames Earnest Moyer, Caroline Meyer, Agnes Fors, Maude Geddes, Frank Berg and Olga N. Fisher; Messrs. Carl

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soring the proposed high school physical education building are urging all voters to go to the polls for the May 14 election. Precinct captains of the club are Naan Padelford, Flora Snider, Barbara Cordes and Ann Templin; their assistants, Myra Geddes, Beulah Hoffman, Evelyn Swensrud and Iris Challender. P-TA Meeting Woodland P-TA will meet May 10 at 7:00 p. m. at the school. The following new officers will be installed: President, Armand LeBlanc; vice presid~nt, Mrs.

Jack. Phillips; 2nd vice president, Harold Johnson; secretary, .Mrs. LeRoy Swensrnd; treasurer, Mrs. Ben Ruyle. Patrolman Frank Vasey will award certificates and pin·s to the Safety Patrol boys. The first two grades, Mrs. Ehenheim's and Mrs. Woodbury's rooms, will present the program; the 1st grade mothers will serve. At the April 30 board meeting the date of the school picnic was set for May 25.

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