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Smorgasbord Harry Pappajohn, chef at Paradise, Mt. Rainier, will do the cooking of turkey, ham and fish for the annual spring smorgasbord Sunday, May 19, at the· Columbia Crest elementary school, located midway bet~een Elbe and Ashford on the. mountain highway. Serving is from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. Mrs. Mai·vin Fitzer is general chairman of the Columbia Crest P-TA event; preceeds go to the yearly budget.

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Swindland Back To local Bank R. H. (Howie) Snowden, who has been manager of the Parkland Branch of National Bank of Washington for the past three years, has been elected assistant

Safely Check Of Cars May 20..25 Park 'n Shop Thriftway, 98th & Pacific, has been selected as

one of the locations in the Tacoma area for a voluntary Safety check for cars May 20 to 25. The aim of the vehicle safety check is protection for the driver, car occupant and pedestrian, based on . ''CAN YOU SEE, STEER, STOP-.-SAFELY", The National Safety Council points out that 20% of the vehicles on the road are mechanically unsafe to drive. The vehicle safety check is completely voluntary. Mechanically unsound vehicles will not be recorded for police action, howevl'•'. the drivers of these cars will be encouraged to correct the faults of ifhe vehicle. The vehicle check is recommended for all motorists by Chief of Police Roy D. Kerr. Chief Kerr states, "The Tacoma Police Department appreciates the. effqrt of t!ie many people working in the .Tacoma•Pierce County Safety Council safety check and knows the dangers that lie in the operation of. an auto that is not mech;,ni~a]ly

vice president of the bank, it was announced by Carl L. Phillips, president. Returning to Parkland to head the branch of which he was manager from 1949 to 1954 is A. G. Swindland. Snowden will become head of the public relations department of. t):ie bank, with headquarters at the Tacoma main office, Phil-

Plans for the 1957 Parkland Round-up are really rolling! Within days now the area will bcgip. to take on all the color and drama of the Old West, with business houses gay with appropriate decorations and people going about their daily chores clad in Western garb. The Merchant Participation committee which sparks the ·visible signs of the approaching Round-up n10t Friday evening in the office of Chairman Jack Brown, to _plan an aggressi. I campaign and many novel ideas are being worked out to publicize the big annual event. A new publicity feature this year will be the awarding of two revolving plaques, one to a firm employing 10 or more people, the other to a firm employing 9 or less. Each of the winning firms 'vill have its na1ne engraved on the trophy won and be privileged to keep it until 1958 Round-up time when it must defend its title. The awards will be given by outside judges selected by Milton .Nesvig of PLC, who will base their decisions on the potentials of the business firms considered. Members of the Merchant Participation committee representing the firms with 10 or more employees are as follows: Park 'n Shop, George McLaughlin; National Bank of Washington, Dale Phillips; LG.A. Foodtown, John Schieber; Piggly Wiggly, Wally Carr; Fletcher's, Sears March; Poche! Distributing Co., Bill Bean; Parkland Fuel Oil Co., Al LeB!anc; Johnson Drugs, Ray Hart; Lucky Sales & Service, Virginia Jensen; Times Journal, Bob Warren. Firms employing less than 10 people will also be represented on the committee. One of the first signs of the Round-up will be the wearing of Western outfits, which will be popular from now on, a "must" after May 27. Even grown-ups like to play cowboy (or cowgirl) and. welcome the opportunity to dress the part, if only for a few

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Open House At Ordnance Depot Planned May 17 plans rall for inside dimensions 3.6' by 60' with walls of board and batten (strongly anchored with cable) upon a. solid concrete slab. Along qnc wall ·of lhc council room will be built a huge rustic fireplace of native · stone with massive ·slab mantel. More brush clearing is necd·ed; also· rustic tables and benches must. be built for the piCllic area. The big hope how is .to .have the building cpmplcted for fall occupency; plans are to make it available for Brownie and Girl · ·Scout use, as well as any other youth organizations that arc comm unity sponsored. Folks, these three live wire groups need your help but are ·willing to do their best to warrant your help. Anyone willing to donate time or needed material may contact H. Hornbuckle, GR 7530. or D. Haworth, GR 3392. No one is too young or too old to get into this act! Watch for news of the next work party .and do your share in this fine project. Whatever tool you handle best-a hammer, a sa·w, a hoe, a brush hookvolm1teer your services arid have a grand time helpiJ1g a grand. bunch of people makiJ1g a dream come true.

Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot will hold "open house" in observance of Arn°ied Forces Week, on Friday, 'May 17, 1957. Visiting ho1.1rs will be from 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 "p.m. and the general public is cordially invited. There will be exhibits of Army weapons and equipment, with rides for the youngsters in Mule Trains, Jeeps and Dukws. At 5:00 p.m. the th 'Infantry Division Army Band under the leadership of Bandmaster ¥/Sgt. AJbei·t ,W. ICirkman wHI provide military mu;;ic .and other special arrangements. The Band - will perform as a marching unit immediately before the b?.nd concc1·t .begins .. Markers indicating the route froµi Highway 99 and from the Monument on Pacific Avenue to the De.pot will be in place and parking facilities near the exhibit areas will be available for visitors. Refreshment stands and a Smorgasbord luncheon will be available at nominal prices. The general automotive and armament shops will be in operation as well as the supply warnhouses

came assistant manager at the Pa.rkland office. He was recalled by the navy for a two-year period from 1951 to 1953, and in 1954 became manager of the Parkland Branch. Snowden has been very active in civic affairs in Parkland, beirig a member of the '"Parkland Business Club, Parkland Kiwanis, Parkland Post America;:,, Legion and. Franklin Pierce .Hi Boosters, He is also .a member of the Tacoma Chamber of C_ommerce and Tacoma Elks Club. A .. G. Sw:indland needs no introduction here, as Art has been a resident of Parkland for many, many years and, has a wide acquaintenanceship in . this area. He. joined National Bank of Washington in 1921 and has been an officer of the bank for the past 18 years. In 1949, when the Parkland Brnnch . was opened, S\vindland was named its first Manager, .and he continued in that capacity until 1954 when he was again fransferred to the Tacoma office. Swindland is a membei· of the Parkland Kiwanis Club, Tacoma Chamber of Commerce, and Tacoma Elks Club.

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Enjoying an outing at Gray. land last weekend were Mr. and Mrn. Fred Ralph and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ralph, with Mr. and Mrs. George Price of Lakewood. Starting home they had a slight mishap near Lacey when a slippery spot on the highway madn the car of a passing motorist to slide into Fred Ralph's auto, causing considerable da1na~~u. Home Again Mr. and Mrs. Casper Irish are home afterspending two weeks in North Dakota where Mr. Trish's mother is cdtical1y ill at St. Allexius hospitrrl in Bismarch. She is 87 years of age. Mrs. Irish visited other relatives and friends in several North Da:· !mt.a towns and in Spokane. Circle Meetings 'J'he Audie Rau Circle of the WSCS of Summit church will meet 'l'uosday evening, May 21, at 8:00 with Mrs. William Irish on Bingham road. Mrs. Russell Faulkerson will have the lesson. 'l'he Ada Circle will meet with IvTrs. Alex Kelly Thursday, May 23, at 12:30. All ladies in the community arc invited to attend. Rifle Competition Roger Lovitt, with his family, spent Saturday in Wenatchee, where Roger shot in the Washjngton State Outdoor Junior Rifle Championship held at the North Central Washington Rille club range. He returned with 2 awards, gold medal for Match Winner in the 4 position 50 yard shoot and silver medal for J st Expert Aggregate. Roger still has one more year in which he can shoot in the Junior division; he attends Franklin Pierce Hi. Pionee1· Woman Passes Vvord was received this ·week of the death of Mrs. Marjorie Malcom Sellers, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Helen Bremmer of Sequim. The Malcom family came tn Summit in 1909 and :.;cveral members still live here, Flows On Freely. Dries In 3 or 4 Hours To A Shiny Surface Like Baked Enamel

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The American Legion Auxiliary of Parkland Post 228 held 1ts regular meeting at .Sunshine hall May 10 and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Hazel Markey; 1st vice president, Mrs. Loo Carta; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Helga Doering; secretary, Mrs. Mamie Jackson; treasurer (re-elected), Mrs. Betty Crusan; chaplain, Mrs. Gladys Lawson; historian, Mrs. Dorothy Moore; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Esther Van Lieuw; junior past president, Mrs. Thelma Walsh. The installation will be in June. Due to the illness of several officers Mrs. Susan Swanson conducted the meeting. Mrs. Clements from New York was a very welcome visitor. As she comes from a Unit of 630 members, we are sure she will be helpful to us during her stay here. Mrs. Frances Berry, a former member, and her tiny daughter Naomi rejoined us. President Tholma Walsh is at. St. Joseph's hospital recuperating from major surgery. Mrs. Carta. 1st vice president, is ill; also Mrs. Hazel Mackey, 2nd vice president. Nine members put on a big party for the childrens division at Western State hospital May 8, with gifts to each child, refreshments and program. Mrs. Amy Wormald presented a new Mixmaster and a local merchant supplied a <;ase of cairn mix for the children's pleasure; other donations will be picked up. Please give generously for the hospitalized veterans on Poppy Days and remember to vote for school bonds May 21. ~

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Visitors· Mr. and Mrs. John Charboneau and family from Everett spent the Mother's Day weekend with her mother, Mr~. Ben Kuper, who celebrated her birthday Sunday. Twin Sons Twins, Roal and Reginald, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown May 11 at Madig-an General hospital. Congratulations! Win Awm·ds Pene Erickson, Bethel high school senior, was awarded the Harry H. Sprinker Girl's Club .award a~ the silver tea May 9. Pene's name will be engraved on a beautiful trophy to be kept in the show case in Bethel's main

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Miss Carol Bottemiller and Mr. Woodland P-TA meeting was Rod Bashore, students of PLC held Friday, May 10. Sgt. Frank who have been practice teaching Vasey, assisted by Betty Snider, at Elk Plain school under Miss awarded certificates and pins to Keough and Mrs. Ingalls, were the following School Safety honored at a surprise party given Patrolmen: Capt. Fred Minchau, by the 4th and 5th grades last Lt. Marion Lundrigan, Lt. Neal week. Miss Bottemiller will teach Hanson; Pvts. Diana Harbor, at White River high school next Frank Zepp, David Runkel, Erv- year and Mr. Bashore will return an Spencer, Rodger Mannin~ to PLC after spending the sumStan Carlson, Cheryl Stever, mer in Hawaii. John Snider, Edwin Quirie, HarBaseball ry Keller, Tommy Grass, CaroThe Babe Ruth and Pee-Wee lyn Badham, Kris Berg, Mary leagues started last Saturday at Jean Fergason, Susan Harber, the Bethel high school athletic Alice Doyle, Gail Harris, Sharon Roddiwig, Andrea Blackmir, GRAHAM ••• Ricky Ottman, Joan Geddes, Ronnie Roddiwig, Emily Kingery, Pamela Brown, Arlene Briggs, Viva Mushatt, Barbara Meskiman, Diane Fox, Ellen Wanger, Mary Lou Barber, Edward Wade, The Grandmothers Sunshine Leon Cardwell, Paul Han'sley, club 250 entertained their daughBobby Ulmer. Installation of new P-'l'A ex- ters and friends at a luncheon ecutive officers was conducted Friday, May 11 at the Graham by Mrs. Bert Badham. Corsages Grange hall. The fables were dee" were presented to retiring and orated with tulips and lilacs. Readings were given by Mrs. new officers. Past President Art Harbor was presented with a Roy Huff, 'Mrs. Harvey SundPast President's Pin and he in quist and Mrs. P. Pressnall; Mrs. turn gave his executive board Edna Boettner played the accordgifts of plants. Mrs. Leroy ion, with accompaniment by her Swensrud made a report on the daughter, Mrs. Bill Lauenborg. State P-TA convention. She There was group singing. Awards were given to :Messtated there wer·e 1468 registered deiigates present, of which dames Carl Casperson, Elsie 15% were men, a quite notable Saunders, Estella Langtwedt, male increase over past years. Sam Jenkins, A. Paulson and' The schoGl picnic is to be held Howard Lauenborg. Visitors at the Paul Bunyun Rifle Club Mrs. Lillian Birt of SacraSaturday, May 25. mento, Calif., and Miss Eilie Birt Thanks! Mr. Henry Bassi would like of .Omaha, Neb., visited Mrs. Sam to take this opportunity to thank Jenkins over the weekend. Congratulations! all his committees that wol'ked on the ham dinner and carnival ·Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown welat Woodland school Saturday comed twin sons Wednesday, May night, May 4. Also the Copeland 8; a new daughter was born to Lumber Co. for the use of their Mr. and Mrs. D. Winter (Mr. and lumber to make up the booths. Mrs. M. E. Shook are the little This writer who speaks for the girl's grandparents). Rebekahs committees thinks :M:r. Bassi also Kapowsin Rebekah Lodge 241 deserves a note of recognition for time spent in organizing and will meet May 21 at 8:00 p.m. planning this big annual af,f.air. with Mrs. E. Tinius presiding, The money from the carnival will assisted by Mrs. Jim Nelson . Improving be spent to meet the P-TA budFriends are glad to hear that get. Effie McGee is much better. Grange ReporLer - Mrs. Kate Nelson, The next meeting of the Fruitland Grange, Friday, May 17, will Graham 7-7641. be a Memorial Service, so states Mrs. George ~ish~r. the Lecturer. Sn~. n~111.u i!!l' Bowlmg League t'O~U!!Vl!lf[{ly The Wednesday Morning Bowl, ing league got their start Wed~ .The Spanaway Volunteer Firenesday, May 8, for. the 10-week men's Auxiliary wishes to thank summer series; Woodland mem- all who helped to make their bers in. the League are Mae Els- dance of May 11 a big. success; ton ,F)ora Ruyle, Edna ,~.esk Mike Treadwell from Eato1will~; man; Meg Harbor, and Maude was awarded the 5 hp Mercury: Swalanq,er. .outboard motor. ' . P-TA Convention Back From Trip Mrs. Leroy Swensrud, secretary ~rs. Flossie Je?sen ·is home for Woodland P-TA, and Mrs. agam after a trip to Florida Delbert Runkel, president of the where she visited her niece ·and Preschool, attended the State p. husband, Vonda Lee and Johnny TA conference in Seattle on Harris. Accompanying Mrs. JenMay 7, 8, 9. They would recom- sen were her mother, Mrs. Len" mend attending for all P-TA o;a Bi:etch and her brother and members. It was so inspiring sister_-111-law, Mr. and Mrs, Lynn and they came home full of ideas Tenmson, all of Bremerton. for P-TA next year. Sympathy Airport Committee Busy Deep sympathy to Mrs. John The committee wcirking on the Newell on the death of her ii:'provement and widening of mother, Mrs. Ethel Hubbard An-port road should be congrat- Gregg. ulated by the community for Congratulations their success. This volunteer Congratulations to Spanaway group gave of their time and Boy Scout Troop 34 and Cub financed the project on their Pack 34 on winning red ribbons ow?-. They elected the following for t~e~r displays at the Scout officers: Chairman, Larry Bar- Exposit10n May 3. tolotz; secretary, Mrs. Karl CarImproving des; committee chairmen, Mr. We're glad· to· hear that Rowand Mrs. Bill Henn, Karl Cordes, ard Funkhouser and Tom WhitGeorgc Fisher and Ray Gogan. tlesey are both up and around The help of Senator Reuben after recent operations. Knoblauch and Representatives To Install Len Sawyer and Buster Broulet The Woman's Society of was asked and these men have Christian Service will install ofco-opcrated splendidly. :M:any ficers ne:i::t Sunday at the 11:00 other groups and individuals a.m. service at Spanaway Methohave helped in getting signa- dist church. Mrs. Tom Swayze tures and backing the committee of 'l,'_aqoma will be the speaker. with letters. Don't forget the roast beef Grange Project dinne)'. Saturday, May 18, from The Fruitland Juvenile Grange 5:00 t;> 8:00 p.m. at the church. money making project for the Donations are $1.25 and 75c. fooled leather purse was postReporter - Mrs. Oliver Om.at poned from May 4 to June 7 GRanite 6466. ' at which time there will be a combination Mother's Day and Father's Day program and a disThe Collins Tots club will play of the State Grange pro- meet Tuesday evening, May 20, jects the youngstei;; have been with Mrs. Walter Earle presidworking on these past months. ing. Hostesses will be Marge Reporter - - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, Bortle, Sally Collins and La5-8621. Vergne Mareclc. Mrs. Earl urges On Furlough all members to be present as Lynn Schaefer was home on committees for the year will be furlough from San Antonio, e.ppoin ted and the summer proTexas, and is visiting his folks, gram planned. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer. He will go to Amarillo for 15 the host and hostess those preor 16 weeks of mechanical train- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cordes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ·Cole, ing. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Root, Mr. and Birthday Club The Woodland Birthday club Mrs. Russel Tucker and Mr. and met at the John Harber home Mrs. Howard Allen. Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, Sunday night, May 5, for dinner honoring Mrs. Bud Root. Besides Puyallup 5-8621.

Mrs. Wm. Barbar; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Loren Brandfas; ·secretary, Mrs. Verne Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Gary Kazda. Ada Huffman will play a piano solo and a skit will be put on by Mrs. Frank Gural's Den No. 7 of the Midland Cub Scouts, Pack 84. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mesdames Gary Kazda, Wm. Barber, Don Morris and Kenneth Crawford.

hall. Nancy Lyons is the winner of the Bethel P-TA scholarship. Reporter - Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GR 7658.

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:BTENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn- AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; upyard con1post: sand; free esti- hol~tery & convertible tops in1 mates· LA 2111. 3ctf stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to. 1:00 1oa1a Portland Ave. GR 5!195 , ' p,m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS LICENSED NURSES. ON SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. 3ctf tracting. ahd appliances; free Tacoma Ave., MA 2200. DUTY 24·HOURS A. DAY enl;(ineering service .for electric 3ctf KITCREN CABINETS, corner New & Used Machinery heat; GR 7064. shelve,q, book cases; birch, fir RAINIER TRACTOR or kMtty pine; built to your River Rd. PUYALLUP 5·2105 spedfications; get ,the best for 3ctf less-my prices are the lowest. Bulldozing ..~ Ditching HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, TOP SOIL • GRAVEL I GR 5514. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS WELL DRIU.ING . Phone· Pi.iyaHµp 5·2452 1·

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CUSTOM KILLING, poultry. of ·1 all kinds: WA 6952.. ..

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Walter Earle

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BRICK WORK House leveling and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fire· place and stone work, GR 4291. 3ctf /

GR8591 USED BUILDING SUPPLIES . And ECONOMY GRADE LUMBER

Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms

Top s~il at Reduced Prices

GR 5758 RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· struction. Puyallup sandy loam top· soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

Tacoma Trades

PLOWING & DISCING - Farmall Traetor. . 1st hour $5.00, DON'T encourage dishonesty; keyed, combinations SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re- thereafter $4.00. GR 7484. 3ctf locks · changed; Parkland Cycle & place and repair work. 3 years Key; 11009 Pacific Ave. GRanite to pay; LA 8734 - HI 5945. 3ctf 5772. 3ctf

PETE SYLTE

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

HELP WANTED - Man 55 or under to· buy working share. Steady work. No layoffs; !'[A 1068. 5c36

JACUZZI PUMPS Sales & Service Service on All Pumps

HIGH SCHOOL boy or young man for farm work. Must know milking. Room and board, wages; Roy 486. 5p36

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RO'l'OVATING & TRACTOR WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Chesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. 3ctf

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SANDY LOAM top soil· 6 yards LOST in James Sales school area. CANYQN ROAD .G:RAVEL & $12; Buck, LA 3189. ' 3ctf Black and white male cocker SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers puppy; GR 3983. 6c36 WE BUILD HOMES-"-Remodel, . . loaded or we haul; .GR 7586. 3ctf le.vel buildings; caJbinet work, LOST -.Whiteface 2-year heifer, conFte work. Reasorni:ble, . halter, chain; South Canyon Rd.; ; Gff,.?:p550. MA 0706. > , 3ci;f :'~a,n5;i:t 80:6 a.fter 5:00. 6c3~ 0 ; ··FOR/i'BALE - Aged chick,en £er-~FOUND · Wall;;tatll2th and tilizer; delivered by .yard or 1 Pacifo;:. Ow.ner stop at .Times 8eptic Tanks Cleaned load; HUbbard 0936. 3c36 Journal and may claim wallet , by identifying same. 6nc O. B. ACKLi:::Y GR 4343 GR 7882 • Wanted Buy Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing tRICK & . BLOCK WORK; Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching 'ireplaces a specialty: GR 7428 3ctf

ACE SEPTIC< TANK ,SERVICE

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5 ACRES 84th & CANYON ROAD. All clearWHOLESALE ed. 4 ·bedroom older type home. Evergreen Bath and a half. Fireplace. SepPRICES ON arate fruit cellar 16x20 with TiRES - BATTERIES floored room above. . Large ~ GAS FOR LESS 57 CHEV:. Bel;Air 4-nr•. H.'.r. double . garage. Barn . 40x60. AU Extras! .... ; ... · $2995 ·Dick's Richfield Service Price $12,000 on . terms, .01; · GR· 4772 72nd & East "L" Street trade considered fbr smal\cr I 138th & Pac. · home in ·suburban atea. Call I l Bill Jones.· Evenings Sumner 8 PIANO. LESSONS Classical 3-4974. · and .modern. Reasonable rate. Hom'es In Parkland Commun. USED TRACTOR SALE Saturday; _9al~_9R. 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf ities; Acreage close in, either RAINIER TRACTOR River Rd. PANSY & VIOLA plants, choice: with or without buildings. Puyallup; phone 5~2io5. 13c3G selection; while they last, 50c': a dozen; 9917 Portland Ave. Bert Brown 15c3(f>' 11220 Pacific Ave. STATION WAGON OWNERS Office-Days: GR 869~ NOW you can buy a Custom built· e:venings-YU 9221, HI 331!> ·Kar-Rae you can be proud to put on your Station· \Vagon. TRADE OR SALE - Ideal qalf Beautifully varnished, gives that block in Spanaway; owner, "town & country" look .. Posi-.,/: 14558 Bothell Way, Seattle 55 .. tive clip and turn-buckle fast- , 9ctf cning secure your Kar-Rae.Easily handled by one person.;, FOR SALE - Modern 2 bedroom Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard home on 1 acre of ground. Buy Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd &' · equity and take over payments Pacific Ave. So., Phone GR 5194. · of $45 on G.L loan. For more Ill 1111 15p48 information, call GR 4115 .. 9c36

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FOR. SALE - Side by side duplex and house on 5 nice lots. $185 incom6; $13,900, $3,500 down. Owner. GR 4107. 9c36

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$50 PER ACRE - OR LESS CLOSE· IN 40 - 80 - 120 - lGO acres· of land to farm, grow Xmas t1·ees ·Or just buy. for investment. Take all 160 acres for $43.00 per acre cash, or buy a part at $50 per acre on terms. Mr. Cheetham, GR<i501 days, HU 1204 eves.

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$100.00 DOWN. - G.I. 3 BEDROOMS, . living room, din" ing room, kitchen, electric range and refrigerator included, 3-pc. bath, 2. lots, garage. 3 blocks to bus, scho.ols and shopping. Call Ralph Decker, In 9579. $4,750.00 $1000.00 DOWN. Full basement, electric heat, living room, kitchen, built-ins, breakfast nook, one bedroom, 3-pc. bath. Close to bus. Quick possession. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. 8 ACRES 2 BEDROOM modern home, living room, kitchen with eating space, basement, sawdust furnace, garage, good chicken house, hog house, barn. Collins School dist. Priced at $10,800.00. Call M .. C. Jacobs, HI 9579 or GR 7807.

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FOR SALE -.Oliver H. G. Crawler Tractor; SK 3309. 15c3'(-

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3ctf ·-----and 30 ACRES for s8le to buyer; and some land cleared; some cows; 3ctf . small house; goorl water and FOR RENT - Furnish~cl upper ll!ll. lights; bette:· be seen Saturday apa1·tment, 1 or 2 bedrooms as --~,;OWis'"""'!i!!l@,.....,.~ll':i o; Sunday; one mile east of Mt. 'II () u Highway on 176th, Spanaway; desired; 401 So. 116th. 10p36 ---B lilltt'lf E. Bowman. 9p36 FOR RENT - 2 bedroom apartGeneral FOR SALE BY OWJ\TER - 3 bed- ment near Pacific Lutheran 10p36 room house·, and a furnished 2 College; GR 4471. ---. bedroom apartment. 2 car gar21T050 age. Located together on corner Ill Jots. Apartment new renting for $50.00 and could get more. Buy WASHING MACHINE PARTS. equity and pay $110.00 li'er mo. · Largest stock in town. Repair. payments on both house and ing- that pleases. RB.'s W:•asher ap(lrtmcnt. Phone GR 0114. 9p37 Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. ~\1ii$¥¥'.@41MPN~ llctf ----"-·-·----~·

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PARKLAND FURNITlJ"'E - SPECIAL Oit'DERS CAKES-· New and used miscellaneous; Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann 15ctf wholesale prices. SMALLEY Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi" Bakery dence Phone GR 3748. 15cti m AA ; &&'.JJ'Wtf MOTORS, 1041~ Pacific ~ve., . GR 4060 anytime, evenmgs, SERGEANT MOVED and can't @ Wheel Balancmg 12ctf pay for this $150 KIR?Y. You <:undays. Motor_Tune-U_Ps. '"~ PARKLAN. D ROUND-UP can reall.y .save by takmg over @. Headhgh.t AdJnstmg a' contract with $49 balance at • • JUNE 7.• 8 - 9 $5 monthly payments and free A1.rport Rockell Service home demonstration. UPTON Airport Rd. Next to IGA ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market Shopping Center St., FU 2551. · 15c.3.5 .. ,,_. ~ - - - - - - - - - - - · -~ NOW is the time to put in your rACOMA. UPHOLSTERY fireplace wood fo1· next winter. . Special on reupholstering d:w. $11.00 per cord, "U" haul. J. S. G enera I El ec t rlC enport, chair, as low as $129. Spohn, Graham, Rt. 1, Box 181. Davenos $49.00; Rocker. $29. 15p35 ~. rmoer~ o~s Free estimates; HA 6955, GR ------··---------•--Ill Ill) U: 6 0327. 15ctf COPE BROS., buyers of all kinds of poultry; 102 South pec1a FOR SALE Rabbit hutches 72nd St., HA 4406. 15ctf made to order. Reasonable. ~ 4.520 East 100th; GR 6331. 15c37 BATON TWIRLING classes, be'" . ginners and advanced, by Frank ~ Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now in Tacoma area; if interested call MA 5559 Thursday or SatGeneral Electric urday. 15ctf I I Cu.

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LEAVE FILM at Quality Pthoto Service for developing.. In at 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. SPECIAL 8x10 photos $2.00 each. Biiiioids $4.50 dozen. Family Portrait Studio, 8411 South Park. 15ctf

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CALL FOR BID9 divert the public waters or unclasse.s. All nges. Mi 1 d red Frahklin Pierc2 School District nathed. spri!lgs tribt1tar;; of Nlsqually f:\ver, in the iltnotiht of 1.0 Keller, GR 7881. 15cU rh 402.

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FOR SALE -- V./hipping cream; also Thor Jnnngle. rc-nsonable; GR S720. 15c36

BABY FURNITURE, new and l2~~ed. r-or sale or rent;

SMALL FRY EXCHA~GE 1109 Market St., BR 9:i05. :i5ctf

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BID CALL Seri.led bids will be received· by Frank Jin Pierce School District No. ·102, P.O. Box 20B8, Pad'bncl, Wnshing'con, until 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, 1957, for 500 or more assorted sizes pupil desks and chairs, Griggs No. 770 and Griggs No. M700 or equivalent; 15 teachers' deslrn o.nd chr\irs and 1 principal's desk and chair. Specil'ivations n1ay be exarnln0d nt the Franklin Pierce Sehool District office nt 112th nn<l Port1nnd Avenue. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to \v:iive jnfor1naliLies in bidding. Bv ordm· of the Boal'd of DirectC:t·s, Frnnklin Pierce School District No. 402, LOUISE D. LYND Clerk of the Board Puhlished in the 'rimes Journnl May 16, 23, and 29, 1957.

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Sealed bids will be received by Franklin Piere"' School Distl·ict. No. 402, 11002 Portland Avem1e, Tacoma 44, Washington, untn 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, 1957, for one 73:passenget ti'ansit school bus. Bus will be Clillig with 237 horse power rear. mounted Hall-Scott motor, power steering, and gross vehiclc> weight of 29,CiOO pounds or equal. SpeCifications may be examined at the F.1'anldin Pierce School District office at the foregoing address. The bistl'ict reserves tht" i·ight to i·eject any or all bids and waive infot·malities in bidding. By ordel' of the Board of Directoi·s, Franklin Pierce S.chool District No. 402. LOUISE D. LYND. Clerk of the Board Published in the Times Journal May 9, 16, 2::), 1957. State of Washingfon, Offi.ce of Supervisor of Water Re· sou1·ces, Olympia. NOTICE OF AMENDED WATER: RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 14245 TAKE NOTICE: That A. H. Hooker of Tacoma, Washington on March 4, 1957, filed. application for permit to

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second foot, subject to existing 1·ights, from April 15th to October 1st each year for the purpose o! irrigation; that the appro:<timate point of diversion is located within Govetntnetlt Lot 4 of Sectioti 16, Township l 7H., Range 2 :8.W.M., in Pietce Count~'· ' Any ohjer:tions must be ac· companied by a two dollat ($2.00) recording fee and filed tvith the State St\pervisor of WatEl' Re$1:nitces 'vi thin. thirt;' (30) days from May 16. 1957. Witness my hand and official se!ll this 29th day of April, UJ57. M. G. WALKER State Supervisor Wu-~er Resources. Published in the Times-Journal May 9, 16, 1957.

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Dl"fendants. The Stat<" of Washington to the said LINO A. DUNMIRE and MARJORIE DUN~AIRE, husbanJ and wife: You are here by summoned to appear within sixty days after the dat0 of the first publication of this sumtno!lS to wit, within sixt}' days aftel' the 16th day of May, 1957, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitlc;d Court, and . answer the Complaint of the plaintiffs, and serve a copy of your an$wer upon the undersigned att.oi·ney for plaintiffs, at his office below stntt:d; and in case of Yottr failme so to do, Judgment will be rendered against you according t.o the demand of the Complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. This action is instituted. for the purpose of securing Judgment against the defendants for money loaned and or paid for defendants benefit in the sum of $1,003.25.

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Johnson Meets Morris l,n City Golf Tourney Lawrence (Sprout) Johnson of the Brookdale Golf Club will play Bob Morris of Allenmore in the 36-hple final of the Tacoma Public Links tournament this Sunday at Brookdale. Johnson scored victories over Bob Stafford and Art Baumann, Jr. by scores of 4 and 3 and 1 up, respectively, to reach · the final round. Morris was victorious over

ond· and fourth, respectively in the qualifying meet. Brink jumped 19' 7 1h" which should easily wu1 at Renton. Pole.Vault - Les Games won the South End meet with Bob Maxfield coming in second. Height was 10'. High Jump - Brink and Dave Ricketts were tied for third, but each has jumped higher than the winn:(ng distance. of 5 '. 830-yard relay This team of Southall, Mancuso, Smidt and Maxfield is unbeaten this spring. Their winning time was 1:40.9, their best this season. Consensus The Cardinals could win the meet without too much strain. Big qut!stion ma1·ks are the shuttle hurdles team, which will be running minus regular leadoff man Hank Whccl0r, and the high jumpers, Brink and Ricketts. Brink 'should easiiy win the broad jump, since he set the South End qualifying meet record last week with a 19-7% jnmp, 3 1/o inches over the existing Conference record for Junior highs. Southall rates better than even to win the 100 and Games should have no trouble in the pole vault. Giving the hurdles outfit second and· adding additional points from Smidt or Southall in the broad jump and Maxfield in the pole vault 'would bring the total to 21 points, which should easily win the meet. Guido Peluso, 3 and 2,. and Bud Williams, a former champion, 2 and 1. Morris, a dark horse last week has been playing excellent golf and figures to give Williams a run for his money. Williams, former City titlist and also winner of the 1956 Brookdale Amateur, has defeated Stafford and Haumann, who edged defending champ Luther Fanning earlier, and must rate a slight favorite on the strength of his tournament experience. Bernie Salter, Ken Patterson and Kline Graves 'won their divisions in points play at Brookdale last Saturday and Sunday. Chuck Brown announced that in addition to the City finals Sunday morning, there would be a be.st 17 hole tottrney fo1: members this weekend. Results pf the. points fourney: First· :di".ision-Bernie Salter, 41.

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l!;ASY WINNER - Pictured above . is Tiny Ted Siek, Pacific. Lutheran distance runner as he breasted the tape in last Saturday's meet on the PLC track. Siek's time was 4:27.3. He won over the second place Western runner by some 25 yards. Siek has run· the mile in 4:24 this spring and is the favo1·ite to win this event at the Evergreen Conference meet May 25 at Cheney. Siek also runs the 880 for the Lutes. His best time in that distance is 1:58.3. The Lutes will participate in a quadrangular meet this weekend at Bellingham. Photo by McKewen

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·Rehearsal All those ·taking part in. the Do-It-Yourself style . show are asked to attend a rehearsal in the school gym Monday, May 20, at 2:30. School Party The 8th grade had a party Friday, May 10, at Caroline John W. Elza of the USS Holt's home. Present were Caro-Kearsarge and his bride, the line Holt, Gene Hqlt, Gerald Hopformer Marlene Howard of Riv- kins, Sharon Dahlside, Mary .eria, Calif., were guests last week "Elza, Wayne Bos; Virginia Van of the young man's parents, .Mr. Dy4_e, Judy_ McCoy, Diane Tvedt, and Mrs. John B. Elza, Rt; 1, · Mary All Weimer and Vickie Box 231, Spanaway. After visit- Reynolds. ing all members of the family Mother's Day ·Tea the young couple returned to On Tuesday, May 7, a Mother's San Francisco where the Kear- Day tea was held at Clover sarge is stationed. Creek school: A delightful pla.Y, New Son "Mother's Big Day," was put op. A fifth son was born May 5 by 8th Grader~ Christy And~rson, to. Mr .. and Mrs .. John O'Leary. Sharon. Dahlside, Thelma MayLittle Jerome was baptized Sat- hak, Mike Taylor, Wayne Bos, urday, May 11, at ·Our Lady Jeanne Bodius, Sharon Vorak, Queen of Heaven church. and Roberta ·Barker. The band played. All arrangements were · carried out by 8th graders. lovely corsage by Mrs. Howard. Ch h N urc ews t h er moth ers h onore d were: Th Cl C k B t' t e over ree ap L d M R Mrs. awrence Howar , rs. on- Ch h d y p 1s , b sponsore h oung Id M eoa Id F og-1 e, Mrs. .Al ven F ereh and 1 urc 10 Mrs. Earle Thompson, each re- Pe s anquet was e ay ll ceiving a corsage. Hostesses for m Lakewood and honored a the social hour were Mrs. Alven 8th and 11th~ grade graduates of Ferch and Mrs. Verna Fogle, as- the com~umty. ThosQ. present .sisted by Mrs. Ron Fogle. Mr. we~e Bermce Clark, Johnny May and Mi·.s. John Ockfen of Fruit- Bo!ieu, Nancy Hell~r, Gr~gory land Grange were visitors fo~ Spi:'g ,Walter Bolieu, Ji~my the evening. Boheu, Mauna ·Osborn, Diana , Ward, Kay Southwell, Betty Nor. ,ris, Ruth Keene, Karen McAn. Real Mothe~ s Day A bit of college life was enioy- inch, $hlrley Vorak, ·Roberta e~ by Mrs. Glenn Alexander of Barker, Sandra Randles; Iola Vickery road last weekend ~hen Orchard, Janice - Allen, Vance· she was t~e guest of her son, Babcock, Mrs. Edwin Ward and Larry Garnson, for three days Mrs. Omer Roland. at Washington State college for On May 11 the girls of both 0 m's Young· People's groups of the the even.~ kno~n as Weekend. Makmg the trip to church gave a tea for their Pullman on a chartered b1;1s, the mothersin the church, entertain~others ":'ere quartered m the ing with · a musical play, ~iris soronty houses and treate,ii "Mothers of the Faith." Refresh· like queens. They were preseni'!f mcnts were served to about 70 ed with corsages b~, their sons or · people by the girls. daughters, ent~rtamed at teas, Renorter -·Mrs. William Daldance~ and dmners and were by, GR 0163. even m on the announcement of · the engagement of one of the college girls, a colorful ceremony in which the fraternity boys surround the sorority house of 1 the honored girl and serenade her. "A wonderful Mother's Ronald R. Shelstad, who has Day," declares Mrs. Alexander. spent most of his life at Parli:Mrs. Turner Passes land, this week took over at Mrs. Maude Turner of 3405 Clover Creek Service, 13123 PaEast 72nd passed away May 6 in cific Ave., where he is greeting a local hospital after an illness friends old and new. of several months. Survivors inThe station will now feature clude ·two sons, four daughters, R.ichfield gasoline and the full two brothers and 14 grandchild- line of automotive services. Askren. ed if the station would have a Mrs. Turner, an active member special, Shelstad replied, "Our of the Waller Road Grange, had special· will be courtesy and suitmissed only two meetings in the ing the public." 10. years of membership. She held the office .of Gate Keeper. of the Parkland She will be· sadly missed by all Firemen's Auxiliary wish to rell1embers of the Grange. The mind everyone of the rummage charter will be. draped in her sale they plan to hold in October. memory ?.t. the May 17 meeting. They would: appreci&te any usReporter ~ Mrs. Ver1,1e Fogle, able articles found during:spripg GRanite 52.10. cleaning and will pick :them up · Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, immediately; just phone GR 5703 or GR 3737.· GRanite. 5210.

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The combined efforts of all 4-H clubs of the Waller Road district \vill b.e· evident when parents and families. will be .en-. tertained a.t a Family Night dinner at the Community hall May 23. Mistress of ceremonies for the evening's program will be Jeanette Baker. Jack Sand will be. program chairman. County agents will be speci!'ll guests of the. clubs .and their leaders, Mrs. Gilbert Carlson, Mrs. Rudolph Geise and Mrs. Myers Wheeler; assistant leaders are Mrs. · Pete/ Hulscher, Mrs. James Larson .and Mrs. William Ha(rkr. · Happy Surprise Mrs. Gilbert Carlson was pleas· antly surprised recently to have a visit from Miss Agnes Sunnell, former Pi!'rce County Agent, who is now with. Yakima county in Home Economics. · For the past several years Miss Sunnell has been in Pakistan ·helping to or• ganize a Honie Economics department . in the c6Ilege .there. Although her. stay in Pakistan was an interesting: one .and she gained much : knowledge of the customs of the :p·eopl<;>, Miss Sunnell said. she is very glad. to be home. !}range ·Program 'Mother's Day" was the theme of the program .presented by Mrs Don Howard at the last Grange me~ting ·at Waller road. Each mother present was given a lovely pansy p11l.rit. "Th,e Mother of the Everiing"," was ·presented a

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Tommy Bilyeu (2); Webelos Graduation, Allen Alexander, Bill Hammar, Vernon Harris, James Kennedy, Robert Lochridge, John Reding, Tom Schultz and Roger Spragg. Committee Cub Scouts · n1eet1ng \VJ·11 b e h e Id th"JS F r1"d ay, The Midland Cub Scouts, Pack May 10th, at 8:00 p.m. in the 84, held their Pack meeting, Boy Scout hall. All parents inApril 25. With Easter still in, terested are welcome to attend. the air, the Cubs and their Boy Scouts brothers and sisters held a parTwenty four parents turned ade wearing their own home- out for the Boy Scouts'. Troop made hats and prizes were given. 84, Parents' meeting held WedThe Cubs enjoyed having their nesday, April 24, in the Boy Cubmaster and committeemen Scout hall. R. H. Snowden preparade in home-made hats, also. sided over the session. Plans Awards received were: Bobcat, were completed for the Boy Robert Lucey and Don Barenz; Scout Exposition held. May 3 ·wolf, John Fleming, David Mayer and 4, The Boy Scout Troop reand Mike Reed; Bear, Huston ceived a blue ribbon on their Mayer, Gordon Hansen and booth, showing rabbit raising David Brawdy; Lion, Frank and bee keeping; the Cub Scout, Smith; Gold Arrow, Greg Getaz, Pack··84; received a blue ribbon Don Spencer, Scott Spencer, for their booth of making ropes David Brawdy and Frank Smith; s.nd the Scout Explorers receivSilver Arrow, Greg Getaz (2), ed a red ribbon on their riflery Don Spencer, Scott Spencer, booth. Dads and Scouts of Hal Colin (3), David Brawdy Troop 84 will have a Camporee (2), Danny Rainey, Winston May 17, 18 and 19, leaving after Johnson (2), David Gural, Geo. school on Friday and camping Rainey and Tommy Bilyeu; Den- out two nights and cooking their ner Stripes, Mark Hollan, Larry own meals. Russell and Robert Pendle; Asst. Rifle Team Donner Stripes, Walter BaudFranklin Pierce has been well rcaux and Winston Johnson; represented at recent rifle Year .Pins, Winston Johnson (2), meets. One of their teams placed Larry Russell (2), Jeffrey High- second in a sectional meet held 111nd'(2), Terry Ripoli (2), Geo. recently at Point Defiance inRainey ( 2), John Cooper (2) and door range. May 4, in Seattle at the State Cub ·Meet, Steve · Wagner became the State Cub Champ. Sunday, May 5, in the Northwest Junior 200 yard out· door meet at Monroe, Marlene Corrigan received medals for girls in sitting and prone position; Roger Lovitt received a medal for second place individI . .. , .... , WOfk Qlid ~effef! ual and Pam Gress, a third place L medal for girls sitting position: Attending from Franklin Pierce Milk ~pi)'Ou relax by reliev. were Roger Lovitt, Pam Gress, l.o,g fl~iu iension. And you un't lin'd Ii inlllre nllll!lJ perfect

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TO"m Anglea, John Peterson and ettes on tables beautifully decMarlene Corrigan. Mr. Lovitt took orated by the Cloverettes.· Valeria the team as Lyle Catt, rifle in- Bombardier, 1957 Junior Fair structor, was unable to attend, Queen, and president of' the because of a pulled ligament in Midland 4-H Clover club welco~­ his leg. ed the mothers and special guests, County Extension Agents Mothers Tea Mothers and guests enjoyed a Florence Allon and Lorraine nice evening when the three Mid- Hughes, Sandra Kittinger and land 4-H Clover clubs honored her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kittinger, them at their Mothers' Tea held and her club officers. Leader in the Midland Improvement Jane Lowler, president of the club hall, Thursday, May 2. The Cloverbuds, introduced her leadMidland 4-H Cloverbuds ar- ers and officers, as did Nancy ranged the program with Na- Bombardier, president of the dine Olsen, program chairman, Cloverettes. The Clover Club as mistress of ceremonies. In- was in charge of the invitations cluded on the program was a and special gifts and all the girls vocal solo, "Mother" by Linda presented their mother with Martin accompanied by Nina gifts and introduced their mothAyers; a violin solo by Patty ers to those present. Altar Society Winterton; an accordion solo by St. John of the Woods Altar Georgia Gemmell; a comedy skit by Kathie Jones, Sally Hanson Society made many plans for and Nadine Olsen; a dress revue their summer activities at their with Marlene Corrigan as com- May meeting held at the recmentator and the following girls tory, May 2. Mrs. E. Prouty was modeling: Nadine Olsen, in a red hostess to the group and the corduroy jumper and bolero luncheon was served by memjacket; Janet Bombardier in an bers of St. Rita's Circle, under empire waist skirt of blue silver the chairmanship of Mrs. Joseph embossed with white daisies; Walters. The business meeting Nancy Bombardier, in a skirt of following was presided over by the same material and pattern Mrs. Walter Vailencour, with the as her sister's except in pink; secretary, Mrs. Howard Morris Corrie Miller, in a lavender and reading the minutes. Announce~ purple cotton print with ricrac ment was made of the different trim; Linda Martin, in a pink circle's duties to be carried on background cotton print with during the summer months. The goo goo bugs design and asqua Altar Society voted to buy bows in back; Jane Lawler in a purple material to make new beige, orange and shrimp print drapes for the statues used durdirdnl skirt she made herself in ing the Lenten season and also a four-lesson course at Singet• to purchase caps for the childSewing Center; Donna Ayers, in ren attending the May cerea Persian gold embossed cotton monies at St. Edward's Seminmandarin sheath trimmed in ary on May 19. '57 PARKLAND ROUND-UP black that she maadc herself; Plans were disc)lssed for servValeria Bombardier in her blue ing refreshments at the next JUNE 7 - 8 - 9 ribbon four-piece outfit of a "Evening of Games" to be held beige sheath with brown and in the Midland Improvement orange polka dots and brown club hall Friday evening, May 17, and Mrs. La_wrence Cleary. bolero jacket; and Marlene Corri- with Mesdames Joseph Walters, Sev_en parish circles have been gan, modeling an avocado and Al Edtl, John Bartoluzzi and E. organized by the Altar Society yellow regulated pink cotton Cardey in charge. The Altar So- as follows: St. Anne--Mrs. Miles rlrAss and a cotton satin form~! ciety's annual picnic at the Ifimball, chairman, meeting Wedwith big acqua roses on a white Frank Reding home on Lake St. l1esday, May 15 with Mrs. A. bnckground and trimmed in Clair near Olympia was announc- Salzbrun; Our Lady of Perpetacqua velvet ribbon and nylon ed for Thursday, June 27 and ual Help-Mrs. Mel Morrill, the annual Parish picnic f01.' Sun- chairman, meeting Wednesday, i chiffon. The progrnm finished with a day, August 4; the summer May 8 with Mrs. A.Ryncarz; St. very interesting talk by a guest festive!, August 22 and Forty The_resa-Mrs. ~ohn Bartoluzzi, from the Fi.fe 4-H Club, Sandra Hours, August 25, 26 and 27. chairman, meeting Wednesday, Kittinger, who told of her recent First Communion will be Sunday, May 8 with Mrs. Ray Zitka; St. 'trip to dairy foods marketing May 19. Mrs. Albert Bombardier Joan-Mrs. E. Cody and Allen and Mrs. Walter Corrigan were Zook, chairmen, meeting Tuesdays in Seattle. 'l'hose . attending then enjoyed asked to take charge of the day, May 14, with Mrs. Albert refreshments served by the. Mid- g1·aduates' breakfast. Very in- ,Bombardier; St. Rita-Mrs. Joe land 4-H Cloverb.tids and Clover- tercsting reports of the recently <Walters, chairman, meeting Tµesc ...,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _...,_ _ _....,. held A.C.C.W. Con:vention were· day, May 7, with Mrs. Edward

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... The. Cub. Scout. Roundtablc The Cub Scout Roundtable met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Otto recently for registration and completion of plans for the Cub Scout Carnival which will be held in the school gym Friday, May 2·1. N cw officers for the coming year are: Cubmaster, Frank Selk; c~airman ,Ray Gogan; secretary, Mrs. George Garrison; treasurer, :M;rs. Roberl Guy; committeemen, Erv Myhre, Nick Ell and G"orge Garrison (more committeemen are needed). Sadie Schlosser has joined the other Den Mothers - Opal Selk, qd.ce Manley, Bonnie Peters, Minnie Ell, Leola Otto and Mrs. Littlefield. The next Roundtable meeting will be May 17 at 8:00 p.m. at the Walter Earle home. Anyoni; w~lling to help, either as committeemen or Den Mothers, is urged to be present. P-TA The final meeting of the year for Collins P-TA will be this cThursday) evening. The 8th grade girls will sing, the band will play and the 8th grade mothers will serve. Lydia Circle · The Lydia Circle of Trinity Lutheran church will meet Tuesday, May 21, at 8:00 p.m. with Mrs. Howard Burgeson. Teen-Age On May 25th will be the last Teen-Age dance of the school year. Remember to present your membership card at the door. Sympathy Deepest sympathy to the family of William Petersen, longtime resident of Collins, who passed away May 5. Reporter - Mrs. Harold Burgeson, GR 7640.

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OPERATION BOND ELECTION-Members of the Franklin Pierce Education Council are "up to their ears" in the drive for votes in the May 21 school election, joining forces with other school . groups of the district. Council members above are, left to right, seated: Virginia Seaman, general chairman, Mildred Keller, June Baker, Bernice Pete1·son, Mary Ransler, Nadine Simpson, Betty Archer, Jean Wheelock, Edna Meade, Ellen McKanna, 'Jean Musser, Flossie Riley, Pauline Severson, Mary Hart, Edward Jackson, Bernice Jackson; standing: Paul Larson, Hal Evans-general chairman, Ella Mae Earle, Theora Doyle, Stan Fenimore, Ed Hanson, president of Education Council.

G,roups Join In Drive for Bonds In FP District The Franklin-Pierce Education Council has enthusiastically endorsed the May 21 bond election drive in the Franklin-Pierce schoo.l district. The presidents of the P-TA and Preschool organ· izations in the Central Avenue, Midland-Harvard, Collins, James Sales. and Parkland school ·areas, as well as the Franklin-Pierce HiBooster club and Collins Tot's club have formed committees to coordinate their efforts toward the election. The drive will be under the direction of Hal Evans, administrative assistant, and Mrs. Alfred Seaman, president of the Hi-Boosters. · Publicity is under Mrs. Virginia Wainhouse and Mrs. Gloria Ronan. They will place posters in stores within the district and pick .them up the day after election. The printed materials are under Mrs. Betty Archer, whose committee has recently completed addressing a brochure for each registered voter within .the Franklin-Pierce district. Mrs. Mary Ransler is chairman of the

Koval; St. Cecilia-Mrs. Edward Samuel, chairman, meeting, Monday._ May 6 with Mrs. Wally Sqmres. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan GRanite 8545. '

telephone committee whose duty it is to contact each registered voter by telephone at least once prior to election. At the voters' request a m·ember of the cam· mittee will call on May 21 to remind them to vote that day. Tim Tommervik is in charge 0£ the sound equipment and Steve's Cable Car. Bands within the schooi district will be on the cable car. Anyone desiring transportation or baby sitting to enable them to vote may contact Mr. Tommervik at the high school ·by calling GRanitc 0211. Art work and posters will be made by Mrs. Hazel Schmalle and her art, class at the high school. Mrs. Florence Dryer and her committee have secured· .the names of the registered voters and work directly with the P-TA precinct chairmen. All of these committees are highly organized and each member has a specific responsibility. Each one knows how important it is to get the voters out on May 21 in order that the quota of 40% of the last presidential election may be met. The proposed bond issue will have no etfect on next year's taxes, but will appear on the 1959 tax statements as approximately 2 additional m\lls.

lacamas School In Graduation Lacamas Grade School, District No. 324, Roy, will hold its 8th grade graduation exercises in the community hall Thursday, May 23, at 8:00 p.m. Tentative list of graduates and' part they will have follows: Ellen Willis, Valedictory address; Bill Bell, salutatory welcome; Bob Corbin, class will; Bud Elston, school activities; Leslie Kizer, history of school; Tom Rhoads, class poem; Carol Young, class history. Musical numbers will be sung by 3rd and 4th grade classes; musical accompaniment by Mrs. L. J. Benit and direction by Mr. Lamont. Awards will be presented by Abraham Lopez, principal, and diplomas given by a member of the school board.

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Cui'tis F. Parsons, $2000 gar)lge, Rt. 1, Box 178, Spanaway; Harold L. Gore, $500 chicken. house, Rt. 1,. Box 6, Roy; A. J. Sprouffski, $200 adqn. to home,

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nd Contest School· bands from the Franklin Pierce school district did outstanding work in the recent band contest at Enumclaw. The parkland elementary school band, directed by Robert \Vinters, received a superior rating?- also 1naking a fine show·ing was the band from Collins, Central Avenue and Midland schools, directed by Jerry Pepos, which received an excellent rating. During the afternoon program the Franklin Pierce high school band, .directed by Harley· Christopherson, received a superior rating. Twenty-five bands from the Puget Sound area competed in the ·contest.

By Morris E. Ford Superintendent, Franklin Pierce Schools Tuesday, May 21st., is the day established for the bond issue election here in the Franklin Pierce School District. We wish to thank in advance the many persons and organizations actively participating in the drive to bring out the 3,000 voters necessary to validate this election. Even thougn your previous efforts have made available to the district ample funds to obtain state matching monies for the proposed junior high school project, new regulations attached to the 52 million dollar school construction fund recently passed by the Legislature makes it mandatory that our local district be bonded to the full 10 % of its assessed valuation. The assessed valuation of property within the Franklin Pierce School District is now $9,705,019.00. Because of this increased valuation it will be necessary to pass an additional $485,000 bond issue in order for us to be fully bonded to the 10 % requirement. This will have no additional effect on your next year's tax statement. In fact, your taxes should reflect a reduction because of the re-instatement of State support for kindergartens. With the State supporting kindergartens, it will eliminate the 5.2 mills that had been needed for this program. When this new bond issue appears on the tax rolls in 1959, the additional millage necessary to redee1n all bonds passed by the district should be approximately 2 mills. This most important of all bond elections effects our entire future educational program in Franklin Pierce. Without it the District will receive no state :matching monies and the junior high cannot be built. With the bond issue the district could receive 9 dollars of state money for every 1 dollar of district money. A new junior high school is a MUST beginning with the 195859 school year. The completion of Brookdale will partially solve our student housing problem for the 1957-58 school year. How<:)Ver, ~ven with. Brookdale, the 7th and 8th grades from .Parkland. ·will still b13 , housed in the high school. Beginning in September of 1958 the high school will need all its classrooms, and

FraB'!klEn Pierce Elem. School Weekly Menu

May 20 - 24, 1957 Monday Vegetable soup, peanut butter sandwich, deviled Focd Lockers eggs,. cake squares, milk. Tues. thru Sat: 9;30 to 6:00 ~ . . Closed Mondp.y Tuesday Baker pork and :E;venings by Appointment CUSTOM dressing, spinach, bread and butter sandwich, applesauce, Phone GR 44.60 CUTTING milk. Locker Beef 25c Lb. &. Up Wednesday - Hot beef sand11316 PACIFIC AVENuE 2519 E<!Si: 112th GR 5332 Blk. So. of' Parkland Br. Bank wich, buttered peas, fruit, milk. Thursday - Potato salad, hot -.;_.---'---:-----------.;._-.;._________ dog, Jello, milk. Fridiiy - Fridayburgers, green beans, pudding, milk. .:'.:Im

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without the junior high a real housing problem will be faced. This will effect every school i.n the district beca. use the transfer of all 7th and 8th grades to the junior high would make available desperately needed classrooms for the lower grades. Without the bond issue, doub!e shifting will be i;eces~ary m some schools startmg m September 1958. This bond issue will also furn" ish funds for the equipment needed in the junior high, and will proviue for the procurement of future elementary school sites. It wm insure the replacement of old and obsolete desks and other furniture in a!! of our older buildings, and also the installa.tion of modern lighting in these buildings. Renovation of all district schools, where needed, could be carried out. In order that this election may be properly validated, it will require that it be voted upon by at least 3,000 persons in this district. All of you are individually challenged to muster your friends and neighbors to cqme out and vote on this vital issue. Voting will take place in all regular polling places. Let's go forward with our school program!

Notice Notice is hereby given that the .Board of Directors of Pierce County School District No. 402 shall conduct a public hearing on. the 1957-58 temporary budget, said meeting to be held on the 21st day of May, 1957 at the hour of 8:00 p.:m., at the Frank!in Pierce High School, 11002 Portland Avenue. This notice is submitted as required by Chapter 216, Laws of 1953 of the State of Washington.

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WISCONSIN CLUB potluck supper will be held at 6:00 p. n1. LOUISE :Q. LYND Sunday, May 19, in the baseClerk of the Board ment of the Odd Fellows Temple. · Franklin Pierce School Sixth and Fawcett avenues, TaDistrict No. 402 coma.

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Ladies Auxiliary Meeting May 23 , The Canyon Road Ladies Auxiliary will meet Thursday, May 23, at noon in the Community hall, East 80th and Canyon road. Hostesses for the hostess and guest'"' 1uncheon will be Phyllis Folk, Tressie McCorkle, Frances Rice, Doris Mertz, Marion Mosolf and Barbara Ladwig. Mrs. Augusta Stern of Parkland will be guest speaker, giving a frozen food demonstration with quick tricks for summer serving. A musical program will honor mothers and CD.Ch member is asked to bring her mother as a guest. Dessert Card Party The Canyon Road Community club will hold a dessert card party Saturday, May 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the community hall guests come for dessert and their second cup of coffee before stai·ting the evening play; donations 50 cents. Pre-Preschool? Mrs. Bruce Brennan is interested in starting a pre-preschool for children 3 and 4 years old.

Out here in the country it is too far for one small fry to go next door to play. It is her idea to get a teacher two hours a day two days a week, with the help of a mother, so that the children may play together and learn as they go along. The cost is negligible and the more mothers co-operating, the less days each will have to participate. Anyone interested' is asked to call her at GR 7614. To Widen Road East 80th street from Canyon road to Woodland road is soon to be widened and re-opened, it having been closed since .•heavy rains inundated it more than a year ago. Some Bh-thday! Poor little Dennis Folk! Aft.er ending his birthday party by going to the hospital with virus pneumonia, as reported last week, he then developed a bad case of measles. This is almost

too much for one little 2-year· old! Special Course Robert Runger of East· 72nd St. has just returned from Routine, Ill., where he spent three weeks at Chanute AFB taking a refresher course in Sewer Equipment. Cong»atulations Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Earle are proudly announcing the birth of the first grandson in the family, Brion · Keith, born to Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin of University Place. The newcomer is welcomed by a sister, ,Jon Marie, who was with the McLaughlins while her mother was in the hospital. Reporter Mrs. John Folk, GR 5801.

Third and fourth degrees of the Grange were conferred Wednesday, May 15, at McMillan; the fifth degree of Pomona Grange will be May 24 at Fruitland Grange hall. Members who are eligible for the degree are urged to be present. At Coronation El be high school pupils taking part in the May Queen corona-

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