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W.ALLET LOST - Man's .leather wallet, containing valuable papers; vicinity of 14th & Market; GR 3782. 15p37

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FOR SALE BY OWNER - 3 betl.;:: paqs:u.tnJ u puu 'asnoq uroo.r bedroom apartment. 2 car garage. Located together on corner lots. Apartment new renting for $50.00 and could get more. Buy equity and pay $60.00 per mo. payments on both house ·and apartment. Phone GR 0114. 9p37

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RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE2 ACRES - MIDLAND DIST. We repair electrical appliancesOWNER will carry contract, coffee pots, irons, mixers, heat- WANTED - Woman with bwn $1000 down, $45.00 mo. Prioe ers', etc. Call GR 0323. 3ctf transportation for baby sitting $6500.00. 2 .. bedrom:p.s, living kitchen, wired 220, 3-pc. ' evenings, 5:00 to 9:30. Call room, CORNELL HUbbard 0351 after 11.00 a.m. bath, utility rodm. Will consider BULLDOZING PLUMBING & HEATING 5c37 25' house trailer as part down Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing payment. Call Ralph Decker, HI GRauite 7293 Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching 9579 or Jake GR 7807. $150.00 DOWN G.I. TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed Manor Woman & BUILT 1942. 3 bedrooms, full rock, Utah coal; GR 3536 or FIRST TIME OFFERED basement, nearly new auto oil Puyallup 5-2038. 3ctf GR SPARE TIME furnace, hardwood floors, wired NO SELLING! for washer and dryer, 3 lots, .FOUNDATIONS, additions, reNO HEADACHES! garage. 2 blocks to bus and modeling. Free estimates. Fin. Free Estimates Business pays :\(,OU a profit stores. Price $7,450.00. Call ancing, . no , down payment. Guaranteed Satisfaction starting first day. Work conRalph Decker, HI 9579 or Jake Phone m 7000 anytime. 3ctf Emergency Service sists of refilling and collecting GR 7807. money from our machines in APPROX .. 2 ACRES BUILD HOMES-Remodel. PEARL ELECTRIC I/VE this area. To qualify you must level buildings; caibinet work, ALL CLEARED, on bus line, 2 GRanite 3563 have a car, references, $640 concrete work. ReasonaJble, houses, one has 2 bedrooms, cash to secui·e territory and GR .3550. MA 0706. 3ctf living room, dinette, kitchen, 2 & 3-BEDROOM HOUSES inventory. Devoting . 6 to 10 wired 220, utility room. Other DELIVERED and set on your lot; '• hours a week to business, is 3 i:ooms, bath and utility, A-1 permanent type; 2x4 ·walls, 16"your end on percentage, of location. GI equity $2500.00, 4% centers; 2x8 joists, 16" centers; collection should run up to int., or owner will carry con2x6 'rafters, 24" centers. Insul$10tl weekly, with very good· tract with reliable buyer. Call ated, oak flooring, T&G sub- Bank possibilities of taking over full Ralph Decker, HI 9579 or Jake flooi-, All material No, 1; $2250 Run time. Income increasing acGR 7807. to $2700, $200 down, 36 months. Gravel 1 cordingly. For personal' interto pay. Can be seen at East 45th view,. h\clude phone in appliWater and Roosevelt; salesmen on duty cation. Lines 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 from 4:00 p.m, till dark During Box 2008 Parkland, Wash; Member of Tacoma Real Estate the day call McDowell's, WA Septic Boarq 8582, Milton. 3c38 Tanks

Hot Water Heating Residential and Remodel Work

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Parkland Realty Co.

F<DR RENT ;~ · 2"roo~ :ttiifdcern 1956 .l'tASH ~BLER: . auto. !U!lREF0RP COWS with 00:1.ves house, partly furnished.; gar~ge, transmh\sion, · ~ & H; · $1650. at side, $110 to $17$; pho!lJ" large garden space; GR 4321.,,

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,;.;,;. Insurance of All Kinds Notary •Public BOARD & ROOM; home cooking, • GR 6009. 10c37 _ _......,......____....__ __._, Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 8309 Office • Repair II 302 Garfield St., Parkland "Deal ·with the people who gi 11e you thdr personal attention.'' WASillNG MACfu:N'E PARTS.

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' SALE

BOARD AND ROOM ;...._ Home FOR By Owner. 54 10c37 iV!e1:cury 9-pass .. Staticn Wagon, cooking. GR 6009. Mercomatic drive, radio, heatFOR RENT- --Large 3-room tin· er; only 27,00i) miles. One ownfurnished· ap~trtment vvith bath /.;r. Perfect condition, $1795. No in the Parldaml Centre build- trade-in. GR 3966. 12c37 ·----~~---~"'-"----· --·--~-~~--

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Estimates For •••

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Wheel Balancing M:oto1• Tune-Ups . II Headlight Adjusting

Airport Rocket S~i9ice cc,~ Airpm·t Rd. Next to IGA WORK w ANTED ••.•. . High sc:b.ool BULLDOZING. ,/DITCHING · Shopping Center boy wants farm or g:frd\'n 'work GR.A\i"EL·. TOPA30IL ·SEPTIC FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam TAP DANCL"l"GLES.SONS, Be. and lawn mowing; GR 601l:L .. TAl\'KS . DRAIN FIELDS. boats l?275 unpainted; work ginning and advanced. Call Jim 15ctf COPE BROS.; . buyel'l! Of all guaranteecj,; Bantam Boat Co., Nylander, GR 05'(4.. 14c37 1150. 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Per Feed Dollar · kinds of· poultry; · 102 South .84th. & Waller. Rd. 15ctf Phone Puyallup 5-2452 "-USe" FOR.SALE Ceramic molds and 7211d. St., H,A 4406. · 15ctf MOTHERS -,. Working? shopI5ctf Triangle Fahn Proven Feeds materials; also combination ping ? Or an evening out?. $TATtQi~ .WAGON ()WNERS BAT,()N TWIRLlNG cle~ses, .}El· Cowpetent child care in rily PA:RKLANTI Ft.l}/;NI'I"Jn.E "'-- NOW you can buy,a Qustom bµilt il).\ra-red and ultra-yiolet lamp; girii'!e1'li end• advanced, by Fr(ink photo developing equfpment; GR home; convcmiently located in New and used miseellaneou5: Kar-Rae you can h9 proud to 15c37 · Schreckc of L\!'visburg, Pa:; now the Parkland area; call GR'3688 Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi- put o.n your . Stati.on Wagon. 36$2. in Tacoina a\·ea; ;if interested 14c37 dence Phone GR 3748. I5ctf Beautifully varnished, gives that call ~A 5559 Thursday or Sat• FOR SALE Pheasant eggs for ''town & country" loo1i:. Posiurday; 15~tf . SEWINQ, Alte1'.itiohs; mending; '. .• .. . SINGER tive clip and turn,buckle "fast- hatching; Chinese Ring-Neck 15ctf reilsonabfe; GR 5536. 14c4.0 TIDS portable . sewing inachirie ening sMy.re . · your Kar"Rac. prize stock; GR 4100. r?t11rned _qµe_J() !llne~s; . l;uge Easily. h1mdled •by·.onE;i :person. 1466Q P!lcific Ave. ..GR .4888 PRACTICAL NURSE wishes con- equity free, balance $38. at $5 Save. $40.00 per Rae, Orchard FOR SALE - $250 buys 1950 finen1ent or convalescent case; each month; free home demon- Hill . Dµp!Cxes, ()Hice, 143~.d , & .4~Dr.. Ford; alfo selling coat, 1957 PARKLAND ROUND-UP rcfcrences if required; HU 0341. stnition. lJP'l'ON ELECTRIC CO., Pacific' Ave. So., Phone GR 5194. knit suit, dresses, GR 7153. . 15p48. 15c37 14ctf 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c37 JUNE7-8-9

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Elk Plain News

Thursday, May 23, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

FOR SALE 12-Ft. plywood runabout, 4-h.p. air cooled outboard,· $125.00. GR 3266. Ask for Bob. 15p37

Rodger Lunde Post

FPR SA.LE 6-year crib, good con<lition, $8; GR 4864. 15p37

Rodger Lunde VFW Post 5052 of Parkland met in Sunshine hall May 13. The carnival held May 15 and 16 at American Lairn was reported a great success for both the American Lake 1:\ospital and Rodger Lunde Post and Auxiliary; siµcere thanks to merchants who donated: Villa Thriftway in Villa Plaza, Summit View Thriftway in Summit district, Stella'.s Flowers . and Paradise .Bowl in Parkland. Mrs. Kathy Anderle, hospital chairman, was in charge of arrangements. Plans were also made for Poppy Day sales May·24 and 25, with Mrs. Frances Anderson in charge.. Members are urgad to give generously as money from the poppies supports the work of Post and Auxiliary in Veterans

SPECIAL 8x10 photo~ $2.00 each. Billfolds $4.50 dozen. Family Portrait Studio, 8411 South Park. 15ctf GET YOUR. HUNTING DOG now 'to train; year-old registered 'German short hair pointers, championship stock, $100. Mrs. John Kinney, Rt. 1, Box 220, [Eatonville; ph. Graham 7-7354 15c37 FOR SALE - Blue freize chair; six-way floor lamp; two Dun.can Phyfe .tables; blue net foi;~al, ~ize 18, . worn once; best offe:; .5-5038 Puyallup,_ ,~15c37 NICE covered luggage and. camping. trailer; has 4x8 bed; wired; new tires· and mounted spare; see at 211 South 135th. 15p37

Emma Unkl"Ur, Reporter

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BABY FURNITURE;, new and used, ror sale or rent;· SHETLAND MARE and filly colt, • SMALL FRY EXCHANGE mare bred back; Welsh and 1109 Markert St., BR 9505. Shetland ponies; saddles; 11824 0 15ctf Waller Road. · 16ctf LOST HIS JOB Legal CAN'T PAY for this beautiful ELECTROLUX with only $29 KENDALL HALVORSEN due; pay off at $5 each month Attorney and it's yours; free home dem217 Garfi~ld St. onstration. • UPTON ELECTRIC Parkland, Washington CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. In The Superior Cou1·t of the 15c37 State of Washington in and for the County of Pierce. ' No. 132325 KILN DRIED SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION SHAVINGS BETTY JANE MARTIN, Plaintiff vs. ELDRED LELAND MARTIN, Defendant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO TAP, ACROBATIC, ,BALLET THE SAID ELDRED LELAND , classes. All ages. Mil d. r e d Martin, DEFENDANT: ' Keller, GR 7881, 15ctf You are hereby summoned to appear · within sixty ( 60) days BRIDE & GROOM .SPECIAL after the date of the first publi8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 cation of. this summons, to wit, So. Park Ave. Family" Portrait within sixty ( 60) days after the Studios; 15ctf 23t;d day of May, 1957, and deLEAVE FILM at Quality Plhoto. fend the above-entitled action in Service. for developing. In. at the above:entiled court, and 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so· to do, ·'judgment will be rendered. against you according to the de.mand of the complaint, which has been filed with the J.U ua,, l•.ret: rna.i clerk of said court. 20 Year Guarantee That the cause of action herein Goodyear Air Foam for a Decree of Divorce, on the Famous Red·Line Foundation is grounds of cruelty, burdensome ho.me life, non support, and neglect of supporting the family, 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 and abandonment of over one year. Open Tjll 9:00 p.m. KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for the plaintiff RIDING HOR;:lES FOR RENT Office and Post Office Address: B & B RIDING ACADEMY Mt. Hiway At Loveland GR 6377 217 Garfield Street 15c40 P.O. Box 2456 Pl'tr)tlaJJ,d Branch WOR sAL:I!:--.,.6 !?ot picnic tables. Ta60m8, ~4, Washi:r+gton built for rugged use $16.50. Mt; '.Published in the Times-Journal Hiway Cabinet Shop. Graham May 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 27, 7-7638. 15c40 1957.

The Elk Plain Boys 4-H met May i4 at the Richmond home. In the absence of Mr. Parker, the leadtlr, Mr. Austin advised the boys. Floyd Borneman, vice president, presided over the meeting. The boys told of theu· projects for the year ljild what they did at the fair. · Card of Thanks We' wish to thank our friends for £lowers and cards sent during our bereffVement ill the d.eath of Mr. A. B. Howe. · Mrs. A. B. Howe Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Howe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edwards Pat Marce1le Bethel News The senior class at Bethel high chool will journey to Lake Wilderness Monday, May 27, for the annual class picnic. Earl Platt and Mrs. Beth Bardwell will accompany thetµ. Swimming, boating, dancing, horseback riding and a ·bountiful spread are being anticipated. The annual spring festival presented by the Bethel high school music department, under direction of Richard Curtiss, will be presented May 31. Reporter-Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GR. 7658. hospitals and the VFW National Home ill Michigan for our comrades' children. On Memorial Day, May 30, the Post and Auxiliary , will hold memorial services for departed members at Rocky Ridge cemetery at 9:30 a. m. Then they will be at Bethel high school where: a Memorial Day program will be held. The 'highlight \vill be the presentation to the high school by the Post and Auxiliary of an American flag which has flown over the national capitol, received from Congressman Thor C. Tollefson. Another such £lag was presented to Spanaway school .on May 1, Loyalty Day. The Bethel high school band will play and the flag will be raised by boys who are members of the National Guard. The time of this program is 11:00. All parents and other residents of the district are invited to be present. After the program at Bethel high school . the members will proceed to the home of Post Commander and Auxiliary President Bud and Doris Surplus for a potluck dinner. Then at 2:00 o'~ clock they will go to Mountain View for combin<ijd Memorial Day services with other veterans corps. The next regular meeting of the Post and Auxiliary ·will be May 27 at .Sunshine hall in Park-

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I THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957

PUBLISHED AT l;"'ARKLAND, WASH.

Volume 12, No. 37

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BETHEL SENIORS

PARKLAHD RIDING CLUB WIU. HOLD ANNUAL OPEN SHOW SUN DAY. JUNE 2 1

The Parkland Riding club's open show be held on their club grounds on Sunday, June 2. Starting time is 1 p. m. Cl t asses are open o a 11 ages unless specified otherwise. Larry Kirkwood will announce and . there will be a zone qualified judge, who has not been picked as yet. A trophy will be ,.;warded.

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An active riding season is being planned by the club. Severai short rides have already been taken and more are planned. At the present time, the men of the club arc busy laying an oak floor in the club house. Plans are al so under way for the erection

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of the announcers' stand, for which the Parkland Juniors have raised the funds. The Juniors are also planning a .show for late sulnmer. Here is a list of the events scheduled for the Show: N . . . 1 • - OVICe )Umpmg. 2 .. English pleasure. 3. West~rn Equitation (14 and under). · · 4. Western Pleasure. 5. Barrel· reining. 6. Baton .relay. 7. Western hurdles. 8. Stock horse.' 9. Pole. b~nding. . 10. Bareback equitation. Five. plac~s wit be awarded in each category with the exception of the Baton relay where only tl;tree ribbons win be given.

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Twelve Pacific Lutheran College: athletes will motor to Cheney <this weekend for the Evergreen Conference track and golf meets. Track Coach Mark Salzman GRanite 0223 will have nine of his horse.s along while Athletic Director Marv Harshman has three golfers- under :his wing. Leading the track array is Johh Fromm, National NAL<\. . cha1npion, who is still recovering. from a recent illness and may not be up to top form. He should win easily, ihowever. In bis jlast two outings, John has hem{ considerably short of his 234~.' 11" personal record. T!ld Siek, Lute distance runner ';will also be pressing the leadkrs in the mile ai'.i.d half mile. He ~hould win the mile as his best.'.time is 4:24 which is under the )narks recorded by the other Eve~~reen ilistance runners. T~e Lutes hold almost no chal'lfe of . winning the ·meet as tiler lack ·the · resery:13 . ~trength which' ·is needed. · However, Froipm an.d Siek. will give the crovrd plenty to cheer about over there. O~her traC:kmen and.the events 'in which they will be entered are: Tom. Gilmer-High jump, broad jump and pole vault. Diqk Graves -JS.veljn. Carl Searcy-Shotput and cj.iscus.. Dale Schimke Broa,d jump, high jump and mile relay. Ted Siek-880, mile and mile relay. Dale Storaasli-High jump.. Deamld Vcsey-440, 880 and mile i'elay. Dan Widmer440, 220.and mile relay. The Lute golfers, who have lost only.'dne match this season, rate a ·fajr chance of winning the conference, Bob Sparling, Jim 'Hill and Don Holl are the linksmen who wil be making the trek to. Cheney. ·

THESE FIVE Bethel seniors are comp.leting their spdng sports careers this week. Reading from lelt to right they are: Kirk Bardwell, baseball pitcher; Earl Ogden, his batterymatc; Wayne Bush, a four year letterman and the leading hitter on this year's team; Allen Cantrell, who threw the shot and disc and ran the 110, and Ken Riley, hurdles and jumper.

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"Brook.dale" Larry Johnson defeated Bcib. Morris· to win the Tacoma .City Public Links title last Sunday at his home course. The score was 6 and 5 in the scheduled 36-hole match. In·· other action at B1·ookdale last \i'.eekcnd, Spence Broomhead won .th,e .first division medal play tit!" with a .61. Second division winner ·'\'{as Bil.I Rembaugh with a 59 ·and the third division titlist was Walt Trent with a 52.

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;,,, . The eight-inch guns of a heavy Tl).e Valley Baseball League will;.ope11 its 30th. season with a cruiser can hurl a 280-pound roµ+).d of games. Sunday, May 26. shell more than 13 miles. Ent\}red in· the loop again this I seasqn will be Spanaway, a perennial power in the Valley Lea~11c. Dave. Harkness wil be the ~11iding genius .for the Spana~!;t'l;' this s~ason and he has as~Jin"hled' . "''.1•ather: .· lol'l,nidabfo '1;;.,.y. of talent. . . . . Scheduled to start in their opening game at Puyallup is Bob .Brewer, who pitched for Bernie's Clothiers in the Tacoma City League last season. Backing up Brewer in the hurling department will be Art Thiel, a veteran of many Valley League campaigns and Bob Kuper, the young Elk Plain ace. The catching will be handled by Chink Byrd ·and. Don Te.vern. Save For' A tentative starting infield would read like this-Ray Brammer at first, Wally Jones at second, Jim Olson, former Lincoln high star and City League campaigner at the short patch, !ind Bob How!ird at third. Harkness has a bevy of outfielders and has not yet selected his starters. The candidates are A WTtlAL $A'lllfftlS BllSTIYVTIOlll Dick Hansch, Darrell Billings, Keith Kinsley, Andy Ketter, a switch hitter who rapped the ball Savings at a .340 pace in the tough Taand Loan Aaeociat..io.._, coma City League last season, lllelllal!i... • SeaHle • T.....a Jerry Burns, Lew Burlew, Sonny Portland • """... Barner and Harkness, himself. Ir: Spanaway will_ open their fl!;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:=I home season on Sunday, June 2.

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The ner;,~_l~· organized garden club met at the horn? of J-~irs. P.ose ICestl~T-J,.fiy 14. It '\\fas de~ cided. · to name the group the Clovei• Cre2k Garden club and to ·JOln. the National Fed21·ation of Garden Clubs. Meetings will .be on the last Tuesday of each month. The following oificers were elected: President, Mrs. W. H. ·Danforth; vice president, Mrs. May Gosney; t1·ensurer, Mrs. Willma Blythe; secretary, Mrs. Hilleorud. Mrs. Blanche Emerson, Mrs. Beverly Kalahan and Mrs. Mabel 1\:lingenberg will serve on the project committee; Mrs. Alice Youngblood, Sunshine; -11:r:s. Rose Kestler, Publicity. Patml Picnic Schoo1 pa fro! officers had a picnic at Point Defiance park last Saturday, the boys and girls enjoying free rides, free ice cream, milk and hot dogs. They left the school at 9:00a.m. and did not get back until 4 :30 p.m. All 1·cport<'d a grand time. A ward .Dinner Pat Dalby attended the YMCA ·award dini1er given last Friday evening, Mh 17, in the Y gym. With between 150 and 200 people present to see the cet·emonies,. awards were given to about 11. groups. A potluck dinner was enjoyed. Church News A "fun-spiration" was held at Clover Creek Baptist church Friday evening, the Hal Webb trio in char~e. The Woman's Missionary Union will· meet May 28, with potluck lunch at noon, followed by the program. Reporter - Mrs. William Dalby, GRanite 0163. '57 PARKLAND ROUND-UP JUNE7-8-9

resentative and Alan Bargmeyer of Edgemont was chosen boy representative. These t¥w-o v~ill at·· tend ineeti:ngs in. their respective dormitories on the first day. At this meeting representat;i-1,'es i,vill be selected to serve on the Clover Council during the week. The Clover Council is the governing body of the 4-H delegates to the college. Don Rasmussen of Weyerhaeuser was elected sports manager. He i.vill' attend a meeting the first day. with sports managers from other counties to work on sports events which are leisure time activities at camp. Roxine Schrader of Riverside was chosen recreation representative from the county. She will attend a meeting on the first day of camp to plan an(! "l'()!'k on ~ye­ ning activities for ·th~ delegates. Older 4-H club, members go to State College at Pullman each year to attend classes. that help them develop personally, to see .the . cam'])us and explore careers, meet other boys and girls from other counties, to share the State Camp experiences in county 4-H program and to have fun partic· ipating in the State Camp programs of their choice.

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The 1957 Frankl.in Pierce summer ·school will again be con·· d_ncted by members of the school faculty. The session will last for e:eht weeks from ,June 10 to i\.ugust 2. ThG school work is scheduled from 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon. Studen ts are not required to stay for the full time, bt1t may leave at the completion of their course period. Elt?mcntnry subjects usually taught include: Arithmetic, English and Spelling down to and including the second grade. High school classes will be formed fot· which a sufficient number of pupils register. Students may elect two subjects thereby completing two iiemesters of work. Summer school affords an opportunity particularly for the following types of students. 1. Those who wish to make up credits due to illness or failure. 2. Those 'who wish to'.lighten the regular work load so they may have more time' for other activities. 3. Those who wish to take subjects they are unable to schedule othe1"1,vise. 4 .. Those who wish to utilize their summer time in worthwhile study. Tuition will be $12.50 per semester credit, (Driver .Educa_tion, $17.50) payable in advance. Students interested should contact the high school office' for registration and .information not later than June 10. Call GRanite 0211. Bus transportation will be pfovided from the various schools ht the Franklin Pierce district. at a cost of 10 cents per One of the community's out.fare. A. E. Schimke is the summer standing high school boys has been chosen . to attehd the 1957 school director. American Legion Evergreen Boys State, June 10-i8, on the campus of the Pacific Lutheran College at Parkland, J. R. Jensen, Commander of Parkland Post No. 228 announced today. He is ,Jene Marr, son of Mr. Equipment changes to prepare and Mrs. William 0. Marr, 1821 Tacoma telephones for conver- State Historical Road. No. 1. A sions to new numbers on June. 2 junior at Franklin Pierce High are virtually completed, Manager School and sponsored by ParkBill McLeod reports. But he land Post No. 228, The American emphasfaed that there is still a Legion. big job facing telephone ·emEvergreen Boys State is conployees \Vho must now thorough- ducted by The American Legion ly check and co11duct thousands of the State of VV"ashington to of tests prior to the cutover help train the future leaders and time. citizens of this slate and nation Work is going on in the Park- in th.e functional aspects of city, land building as well as all tele- county and state government, phones in th,e Tacoma and valley· Commander Jensen declared. It areas ·which will be affected by is a program of education by parthe changeover. ticipation where each young man And 'while the equipment' test- learns the>part he. will .be called ing goef' on, the building'has'becn ·upon fo,, play as ··he oecomesc(jf turned over to a group of oper- age. ators 1vho are making test calls To be selected to attend Boys to subscribers. They expect to State, ·commander Jensen said, caU an estimated 8000 telephone a boy must, be outstanding in users in the 'fa coma and valley the qualities of leadership, areas between now and June 2. scholarship, character,· service Their objective is to deter,;..;ne and citizenship. He must be behow well people understand the tween the aages of 15 and 18 and number change program an,' to is preferred to be a .high school answer any questions they might junior at the time of selection. have Jn dialing procedures which Some 450 similar young men the change will require. are being chosen from all parts The calls are being made from of the state, Commander Jensen 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. enabling oper- said. They will repre;;ent more . n tors to reach a number of pea- than 200 of the state's high ple who are not available during schools. the day. Calls made thus far, by At Boys State, the young citthe group of 10 operators who izens will ~lect all officials for work on a rotating basis, indicate six ficticious cities, three couna good public acceptance. ties and one state. They will form two political parties and will hold thefr respective county '57 PARKLAND ROUND-UP and state party ~onventions. JUNE7-8-9 While part of their training .is ~ -~ to electing officials they I devoted will also learn the operation of each office and each branch of govern!!lent. They will form their .~1e~ own legislature, conduct their own courts of law and follow all procedures exactly as they are

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Alder - laGrande Members of the Alder Community club at their last busip.ess rneeting cast a unanimous ballot to i·etain the present officers: Carl ·Rott, president; Lilas Campbell, vice president; Lloyd Gilbert, secretary; Veora Rotter, treasurer. The May potluck was postponed. in favor of graduation activities. Friday the 14th of June was set for a party night with movies, cake walk, games, and dancing, with potluck dessert. Lilas Campbell broached the necessity of work on the cemetery, and it was decided individ-

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boys, Ida Norden, Ethel Jacobsen and Mrs. John Malm from Eatonville, Mrs. Carl Rotter and children and Mr. and Mrs. George Sharpe, Jr. and children from Alder, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend and children from Tacoma, Ed and Luci.I Nelson from Edgewood, Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser of Elbe, Gary and Viola Hahn of University Plac'e, and the Charlie Campbells and Fred Duke from La Grande. Mrs. Julia Battles returned home from the hospital and after resting under the car!" of Virgie Battles she will spend a few weeks ,East of the Mountains with a son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell will return home this '"eek after driving to Warren Airforce Base in Wyoming with their son Airman 3/c Charles Campbell, Jr., who has been home on two weeks leave. The Tacoma City' Light is b.uilding two public access sites on the Alder Lake, .both easily reached from the highway. The lake will be open the year around, and has been cleared of practically all debris. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Davis have sold the La Grande Auto Court and move"d to a cattle ranch near Ellensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bolton who owned the ranch ha,;e taken· o;ver the Auto

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Many Enjoy p..T Mothers Tea A large attendance of mothers and daughters enjoyed the PcTA mothers silver tea Wednesday, May 15. Receiving the corsages awarded were: Mrs. George Gorow, oldest mother; youngest mother, Mrs. Jesse Waller, Mrs. Bill Otto; mother of most children, Mrs. Clyde Stonebraker, Mrs. Lilie McE!roy; youngest grandmother, Mrs. Kenneth Otto; lady teacher with longest record at Collins, Mrs. Ruthmarie Ten· neni; mother with most rela· tives present, Mrs. McGruger. Corsages were also presented to Mrs. Harold Burgeson, tea. chairman, and Mrs. Gil Baker, P-TA president. Mrs. A. 0. Anderson, program chairman, wishes to thank all who took part. To Olympia Mrs. E. C. Cardey ·was named by the P-TA ·as a delegate to go Court at La Grande. Myrtle Leach and M~s. .Clarence Gemmel of Alder are operating the Canyada Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Ross McCoy, the former op~ erators, retired due to illness and are in Oregon with relltives. Reporter-Lloyd Gilbert.

to Olympia to see the governor on .the Exceptional Child chairmanship. She was accompanied by Mrs. Max Effenberger. The purpose is to enter some needy children in to the school at Buckley. Teen-Age The last Teen-Age dance of the school year wil be Saturday, May 25. Admission is by membership card only. Mrs. Harold Burgeson and Mrs. George Ga1·rison wish to thank the parents who h.ave helped out during the past months. Best Wishes Best wishes to Mrs. Herman Larson who is home from .the hospital. Thanks! Mrs. George Purdue, general chairman for Collins ·school, wishes to thank the following people for their help with bro-. chmes and telephoning in the. school. bond election: Mrs. George Garrison, Collins precinct; Mrs. .l:i:. Saasen and Mrs. John Mitchell, Bingham precinct; Mrs. Frank Selk and Mrs. Frank Woodley, Allison precinct; also Mrs. James Ronson for posters and all individuals working on the teleppone committee. Sunday School The Collins Community Sunday school meets at .the Collins school at 9:45. The Sunday night

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Spanaway P-TA At the last meeting of Spana . 111 111 5 away P-TA, a program of music . was presented 'by the lower ft"' grades of the school, directed by . Lee wd.hiteman. Judy Omat gave The Tacoma YWCA is offering mg.h · f or g1r • ] s 12 The Rodger Lunde Post VFW; a rea ff hr f .h . ··• I o d ge campmg ig ig t ': .t e evenmg was through , 15 years , ·of age at also Bethel high school, will hold th b h 10 dge Memorial Day services May 30 the presentation of P-TA. scholar- H rt· H ships to . two outstanding Bethel ea le ouse, e eac at 10:00 a. m. at the high school. 11· h h · C ll L' on Hales Passage near ,the Fox 1 · Two flags with three hours oQ 1g . ~~ oo semors, aro e rnne Island bridge and Mickey Hamlin, by Mrs. · · . . . ~ flying over the national capitol Luther McAninch president Both Among the many activ1t1es 0.0 at Washington, D. C., have been were from S~anaway ·grade enjoy wilt be beachcombi~g, presented to the American Le- school. Carolle will. enter nurses ~am!? lore, cr.afts ai:d lodge hv· gion by Congressman Thor Tollef· training; Mickey will enter the m.g '!l a rustic s.ettmg. Lodge~s son. One of these has been raised educationa field. In recognition will help plan and prepare their at the Spanaway school in a .of the many . hours of patient own meals'. cook out-of-doors, .go recent impressive ceremony; the service to the Spanaway P-TA on over-mghts, . ~d estabhs!-1 other will be raised at Bethel and' the children of the school, :n;a11y of the traditions ii:n~ pohhigh school Memorial Day in gifts were presented to Mrs. Hel- cies under the s.upervlSlon of honor of the boys of the Bethel en. Olin; Mrs.. Pamela Niesen and YWCA staff members. district who have passed on. Mrs. Eula Arnsteth of the kitchen. Lodge sesions are: July 1-5, crew and to Lee Coss, Robert July 8-i2, July 15-19, July 22-26. service will be in the home of Miller and Mr. James, maintenFor further information and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nagel, Rt. 3, ance men. The 1st. grade moth- details regarding this program, Box 431, Tacoma (on Canyon ers served the coffee hom. please contact Margaret Harris, road), GR 6108. The V.fe.;lnesMrs, Robert McKinnell, next YWCA,' Broadway 4181. day night service wil be in the year's Spanaway P-TA president, home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Donald Palmer, new Ulrich, Rt. 3, Box 433 Puyallup president of . Spanaway Pre(on Woodland road), GR 6684. school, attended the state P-TA BID CALL The vacation Bible school will convention in Seattle. Sealed bids will be received by Awards Franklin Pierce School District start June 10 at Collins school; The Spanaway P-TA won the No. 402, P.O. Box 2098, Parkthe theme, "Pioneering With Christ." All are invited· to at- following awards at the P-TA land, Washington, until 3:00 ·p.m. Awards luncheon held recently Tuesday, June 4, 1957, for 500 tend. in Tacoma: Participation award, or . morfl .assorted sizes pupil Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burge· desks and chairs, Griggs No. 770 record book, visiting teams, and Griggs No. M700 or equivalson, GR 7640. membership. Spanaway women ent; 15 teachers' desks and chairs attending were' Mesdames Cliff and 1 principal's desk and chair. Anderson, Andrew Qualland, Specifications may be examFrank Petoski, Luther McAninch, ined at •tHe Franklin Pierce Morgan Webb, Phillip Taylor, School District office at,. 112th Louis Symmons, Robert McKin· and Portland Avenue. The District reserves the right nell, John Iverson and Carl Rose. . . , to reject ·any or all bids and to V1s1ts Daug?ter waive ·informalities in bidding. By order of the Board of DirMrs. Joe Barsotti spent the Mothers Day weekend with her ectors, Franklin Pieroe School daughter Joy who is a student at District No. 402. Washington State college at PullLOUISE D. LYND man."< She made the trip with . C~erk of . the B?ard . Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Timm. Published m the Times Journal May 16, 23, and 29, 1957. S ecret P as I Mrs. George Stephenson was (;ALL FOR BIDS hostess to the Secret Pal club · Franklin Pierce School District last Tuesday. Those present No. 402. were Mesdames Louis Symmons, Sealed bids will be received Jack Henricksen, Harry White, by Franklin' Pierce School District Beulah Ballard Don McLellan No. 402, 11002 Portland Avenue, Ted O'Neill Robert Rhone: Tacoma 44, Washington,. until Robert McCullough Emerson 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, 195!, · . . ' for one 73-passenger transit Tarpem:ung, Edward Flannery school bus. Bus will be Gillig and Oliver Omat. · with 237 'horse power rear Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, · mounted Hall-Scott motor, power . steering, and gross vehicle weight of 29,500 pounds or equal. Specifications may be examined at the Franklin Pierce School District office at the foregoing address. . The District reserves the right to reject any or .all bids and waive informalities in bidding. A "feast for kings" will be the By order of the Board of Dirsecond annual "wild game smor- ectors, Franklin Pierce School · ·gasbord" for the benefit of the District No. 402. LOUISE D..LYND, all-comhrnnity Franklin.. Plerce Clerk of the ·Board swimming pool, to be held Sat,Published in the Times Journal urday evening, June 8, in the Ma¥ 9, 16, 23, 1957. cafeteria of the high school. Elk, deer;· bear, cougar, and ANNON W. MAY salmon donated by local sportsAttorney men will be. featured on the 1107 PSN Bank Bldg. menu, as well as hot casseroles of spaghetti, baked beans, mac- In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for aroni and cheese and escalloped the County of ·Pierce. potatoes, assorted cold cuts and No. 132342 salads, relishes and hors' d'SUMMONS oeuvres, hot rolls, cake, cookies, joHN LAURENCE and RUTH: LAURENCE, husband and wife, iced tea, coffee and punch. Plaintiffs The dinner, which will be free vs to the public, will be served from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. Donations will LINO A. DUNMIRE and MARJORIE DUNMIRE, husband and be accepted towards the construcwife, tion of the swimming pool. All Defendants. food is being donated by Tacoma The State of Washington to and Parkland firms, and services are being donated as well. Cakes the said LINO A. DUNMIRE ind will be b·aked by the home econ- MARJORIE DUNMIRE, husband and.wife: omics ·classes of the Franklin You are hereby summoned to Pierce high school. During the dinnE)r, prizes will be awarded, a pp ear within sixty dayl? after the date of the. first publication and entertainment will be pro- of this summons to wit, within vided throughout the evening. sixty days after the 16th day of General chairman of the din· May, ;1957, and defend the abo:ve ner is Mrs. Mildred Keller. entitled action in the above en· titled Court, and answer the Complaint of. the plaintiffs, and serve a copy of your answer upon the · undersigned attorney for plaintiffs, at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, Judgment will be New· Tacoma telephone direc- rendered against you according tori~s will begin arriving in resi- to the demand of the Complaint, • dents' homes beginning next which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court.· Monday (May 27). Delivery will This . action is instituted for be ()8 per cent by .hand and will the purpose of securing Judgment be completed Saturday, June 1. against the defendants for money Pacific Tel epho11e Manager Bill loaned and or paid for defendMcLeod said the new book 'will ants benefit in the sum of contain a prefix guide on the $1,003.25. cover to help subscribers in dialANNON W .. MAY ing the new seven-digit numbers. Attorney for Plaintiffs McLeod also stressed that tele1107 Puget Sound Bank phone numbers li.sted in the new Bldg. directory do not go into effect Tacoma, Pierce County, until June 2. Until that date, Washington the old directory should be used. Published in the Timcs,Journal Premature use of the telephone May 16, 23, 3(), 1!l57. book will not only result · in wro11g. numbers for the customer but will disrupt the intricate dialing equipment. 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Mrs. Badham was acGrange companist for and helped with On Friday evening, May 10, the Junior choir there for three the Elbe Grange held ·the annual years.· Their daug·hter Carol is memorial service, led by the still a Jµnior choir member. Mrs. chaplain, Mrs. June Kast. ' Badham was actiVe in the WoodOn Friday, May 17, the Grange land. P-TA and was the president Auxiliary held a 'inid-day meetin 1951. She worked with the ing at the home of Mrs. Frank4-H boys for three years and !in DeLong. Many of the ladies Mr. Badham worked with. them were so busy getting in their two years. Both Dick and Bob spring gai·dcns that the attendwere members of the 4-H. Carol ance was not as large as usual. was in 4.-H in Home Economics Memorial Sou-vices· division. Bob is now a member The memorial services for the of the F. F. A. Mr. Badham has Odd Fellows, Rebekahs, Junior bee,:,_ in F. F. A. work for 13 Odd Felows and Theta Rho Girls years, including his work in Mon- will be held Sunday, May 26, ai tana before the family came here. 11:00 a. m. at the little WayMr. Badham. is to report for side Mission. The Rev. John work in Buckley on July 1. Mrs. Christensen of Tacoma will be Badham plans to attend P. L. C. the speaker. in Parkland for five weeks of Reporter-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, summer school. Elbe. Bonds Carry It is interesting to noie that the Woodland district was for the $120,000 P. E. Building at the high school in about the same percentag~ as was the entire district, which was 73.7%. Colorful costumes and sparkIn the entire district of the 2553 votes cast (not counting absen- ling dance routines will highlight tee) 1885 were for the proposi- the annual Mildred Keller dance revue to be held in the Frankli:iJ. tion and' 673 were opposed. Pierce high shcool cafeteria this Booster Club coming Friday, March 24, at 8:00 Friday night, ·May 24, will be p. m. the 112th St. Booster club's game ''Disneyland" will be the theme night at the South Hill Com- of this ptoduction. Frontierland, munity hall at Meridiarl and Pear Fantasyland, Adventt'i~·eland and streets. The public is invited and Tomorrowland will all be featurreminded 'there will be a game ed. There ·will aso be a short night the ·fourth Friday of each Candyland sequence. month. There will be games and Proceeds from the revue will free refreshments. Come and go to the Hi Boosters to be used bring your family. The club's for scholarships, shrubs for the meeting night is the third Thurs- school grounds and .other worth" day of each month at Woodland while projects. school lunchroom at 8:00. New If you would like to see 250 members are welcome. youngsters ranging from tiny tots Boy Scouts to 15-year-olds dancing, be sure The Woodland Boy Scouts are to attend this revue. Tickets, planning a Camporee May 24, 25 costing 50c for adults and 25c for and 26 at Rhode lake. There children, will be sold at the door; will be contests in camping techniques and the boys wiil work 1957 PARKLAND' ROUND··UP by points to win ribbons, It is JUNE'l'-8-9 a preparatory camp · for Camp Hahobas on Hoods Canal July he has been visiting his parents 28 to Aug. 3, this being their Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher Sr. sixth year to go to Camp HahoTh.e Oscar Swalanders spent bas. There will be eight or nine Mother's'Day with Mrs. Swalandboys plus Mr.. Geo. Newcomer, er's mother, Mrs. C. L. Kelchner, Bill Newcomer and Mr. Walter in Orting. Present also were Mr. \Vest going on this Camporee. · and Mrs. H. M. Delany and famiTo 'I'ree Farm ly, Mrs. Swalander's broi:her It is hoped the 5th grade that from. Yakima, and hei· sister; went from V\Toodland school on Mrs. Grace Marlow and family a field trip into St. Paul Lumber from Sumner. Co. Tree Farm remembered to Mrs. Walter Challender and plant their Douglas firs given two small daughters spent a them by the company. week at Soap Lake with her To Improve Airport parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted $100,000 has been set aside Vaughn, recently. Her parents for the widening and improve- came back with her and spent a ment of Airport road. Surveying few days here and also her has already began and construc- brother and family, Mr. C. S. tion will start as soon as possi- Vaughn from Belfair, Wash., ble. were guests in .her home. Flowe1· Show Outing Trip The Woodland Garden club Mr. and Mrs. William Westwill take part in the Hill and man made a trip to the StairDale Flower Show at the Mem- case in the "Olympic National orial Building in Puyallup on Park last Saturday to visit with May 25 and 26. There will be friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leim19 garden clubs participating back, owners of the Stair Case from ihe valley. Participation is Lodge. open to the public and there will Reporter-M1·s: Da11 Anderson, be a Junior department. Entries Puyallup 5-2511. wil be received frol!j 6:00 to 9:00 p. m. on Friday and 8:00 to 10:00 a. m. on Saturday. Flowers may be entered as well as decorative floral arrangements. The show ' Of . ~. ,!;l'·. will be open to visitors Saturday, ~ . May 25, from 2:00 p. m. to 9:00 RADIOS. o • p. m. and .on Sunday 26 from 11 :00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. And Visitors Mr. and Mrs.· James Kerr and two daughters from Estacada, ALL WORK GUARANTEED Oregon, were here visiting Mr.

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Times journal v 12 no 37 may 23, 1957