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"When it's Round-up Week. iii. Parkland" just anything can happen-and usually does. It's the one week when people turn back the clock to the colorful days of the Old West and have themselves a time! This year's Round-up promises to surpass ·former celebrations. Under th.e able chairmanship of John Bussanich (Thriftway Park 'n Shop) the event has b.een well organized and .all committees have· .the work proceeding h1 good shape. Rainier Shows, well known carnival company, will be set up on the grounds and ready for business Monday, June 3, with the usual rides, games, etc. which pleased the public last year. First event of the Parkland Round-up will be the· outdoor

exciting Pony Express ride from Olympia· to Parkland, the riders being deputized by th.e Post Office department as authorized carriers of a letter from Gov. Albert Rosselini which officially opens the 1957 Roundup. Waiting • at the Parkland Theatre will be Jack QL ill, F<rkland station superintendant, to receive the message. Upon the arrival of the Pony Express riders, the program at the thcati'.p will start,. the highlight being the coronation of the 1957 Round-up Queen,· who will have been. selected by the judges Saturday, June 1, the choice being kept secret until coronation night. ·There are 10 very attractive girls in the race for Queen. Candidates and sponsors are: Marlene Anderson, sponsored by the Pierce . County Sheriff's· Posse; Sharon Centoni, Tacoma Lariettes; Emmela Downs, Parkland Big Bear; Marilyn Ganes, expected. Parkland Junior Chamber of Thursday, June 6, .f1!<1tm:e.s ,,1J:i.l'1.•Qommer.ce; Patricia Gaubert, Roy,

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The Hub; Leona Stant, Parkland Junior Riding Club ;Pat Wells, Colts &-Fillies. Saturday, June 8, will be a full day, beginning with the big parade, which is open to anyone wishing to participate. No registration is necessary-just be at South 96th and Patternon Sts. at 10:00 and fall in as directed by members of the Parkland Active club, in charge of the parade. The parade will proceed to Pacific avenue and south to the Round-up grounds with a detour to .Park avenue through Parkland. The afternoon rodeo starts· at 2:00 o'clock In the evening the· big Round-up dance will be held at Bresemann hall at Span.. away, where the winners in th.o. beard growing contest will be announced. Sunday ,June 9, will see the end of the celebration with the afternoon rodeo.

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The Mother"Daughtei;. tea of Kapowsin .Rchekah · 1odge was Creek grade school held at the. Masonic Temple in won the District Track meet Kapowsin May 26, sponsored by which was held .at Elk Plain the Youth committee of the · · lodge .. Girls graduating from the grade at Kapowsin were h,;nored guests for the afternoon, receiving gifts and t.aking .part in the

ON Wl'l'H THE. SHOW! Kent Erickson, rodeo chairman for the ~957 Parkland Round-up, believes in actio.n! "Get-the-show-on-the-road". is his middle name! SO, after being right at the head of the line Tuesday morning, May 21, for the formal' opening of 'the new parking lot at Puget So~1d National Bank, 8<1th Street Branch, he broke theribboi,i with his car, then went· about. the affairs of his busy day. Later, when folks at the hank were through with the festivities 'on the lot, Kent returned with his beautiful stallion Sunshine R to discuss the Round-up with Manager Ralph Hubbard inside the bank. Photo by McKewen

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Saturday morning, Jtmc 1. Any boy or gil-1 enrolled at I want to thank every helping Franklin Pierce high school whose car is qualified by 3 :00 p. hand that worked on our recent m·. Friday may enter the contest. school bond election; especially the precinct chairmen, the telephone girls, the "pulse. takers" ·Thanks! and our counselor friends. AJ..,o W c wish to thank the Summit each person who went to the Farmers Mutu"I Ins. Co. View Fire Departmeil't and our polling place and voted. · Auto - Fire ·- Liability neighbors, the Cartm·s, for their It's wonderfL1'1 to bring to.realJ. J. GUNNS Agency aid in the recent heart attack of ity that old saying-"A team and BARBER SHOP our wife and mother;· without that pulls together can't be 803 Ea. 176th St. GR 7757 them, she wouldn't be with ·us beat."/ 2 Blocks East of Transformers, 1 today. Spanaway Opal M. Miller, James Sales Pete Hanson Sr. School. Area Chairman. CLIFFORD M. KORSMO Peter and Mike Hanson Lutheran Brotherh~<od Rt. 3, Box 545, Tacoma c 1957 PARKLAND 'ROUND-UP Life Insurance JUNE7-8-9. GRanite 5614

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Cub Pack No. 105 Many boys received their merit patches at the May 23 meeting of Cub Scout Pack No. 105. Mrs. Taylor's Den No. 2 won "Cubby" for parent attendance at this meeting. There be no· further meetings until Septemb.er. The Pack No. 105 piimic will be held. at Spanaway Meti'opolitan Park June 9 from 1:00 to 5:00 p,m. Coffee and ice .cream will be furnished.

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ilies. Following the dinner, J\llistr:ss ' . - . ' ' - -- o~ CeremordeS Jeanette Eak0r 111'" . Tlie K~Y, citib of ·Bethel h!gh troduced the following 4-II club The Clyde Spencers are '\velschool, with only 26 members, · leaders: Mrs. Gilbert Carlson and coming a ne\v lnemher to theil· chalked up two impressive hcl" assistant, M1·s. Pete Hulfamily. A chughter, .. Lm·rainc awards. at re~ent Northwest scher, 4-H Lassies; Mt's. Myers Louise, aFived May 14. Besides convention at Richland, compet- Wheeler and assistant, Mrs. Wm. her parents,. M1·. and Mrs. Clyde ing with many much larger clubs Hager, 4-H Girls; Mrs. R. C. Spencer, she is being gi·eeted by in the various classes. Held at Geise and assistant ,Mrs. James the Desert Inn at Richland, the Larson, 4-H Boys. Special guests her brothers,- Douglas and Stevconvention brought together 250 were the county agents who are €n, and sisters . l14arsha t\i·'d Therboys and advisors representing most h~Ipful to all 4-H clubs esa. Alaska, · · Canada, Washington, throughout the county, with thl?ir Guests Oreg!='J:l. and !daho. families: Mr. and Mrs. George l\fr. and Mrs. Larry Clerrry PnAwards to the Bethel Key club Purcell mid children, Mr. and joyed having Mr. and Mrs. Roy were, first place for Sl'l'apbook, Mrs. Claude Doran, Mr. and Mrs. rrhorsen of Gr·o.ham as thei:o: achievement and attendance and Ernest Hopp and Miss Lonaine guests over the woek0nu. Mrs. second place for best all around, Hughes. The 4-H'ers introduced 'Thorsen and Mrs. Cleary were most outstanding club. Jerry their parents. school chums in McKenna'. Shannon of Bethel concluded his Jack Sand acted as master-ofReporter - Marlene Corrigan, t:rm_ as vice. pr.esident of the ceremonies for the program, GRanite 8545. district organization. which included demonstrations Honored :Wi~h. JimJK;iaggs and, Eobert by Norman Hurscher and Jimmy Miss Nina Ayers, president of Minmtti, advisors, Key club Larson, dance numbers b"_, · · --- . · -. . . the Girls' club at Franklin Pierce mem?ers maki,i:ig the. trip were Chr1stme Sand and "friend," high school was invited to be an Morns Bush, Larry Fntz,, Harold Hawaiian dance by Leilani Lovattendant at the May Queen M01:eland, Rex Bell, Robert Ras- ell and goofus dance by Linda crowning festivities to be held mussen, Franz Gruber, Wal~, Lay- Mounts .and Rene DeMeerleer. at C. P. S; Friday afternoon, cock, Ron Crocco, ~erry Shan- Clat;de Doran showed educationMay 17. non and Larry Phimo. al pictures taken on a tour of the , • 0 . Engaged The party left Bethel at 12:30 New ¥ork farming areas last Mr. and Mrs. C. R Arneberg· p.m. April. 26 for the trip ov~r summer. announce the betrothal and sumWinners ',Snoqualmie pass, ~toppmg m mer nuptials of their daughter, Waller Road 4-H Boys club is Ellensb17rg and Y aknna to eat, Miss Anna Cristine Arneberg, to and arrived at .Richland at 7:30. proud of Jimmy Larson for win• Ronald. Hopkins, son of Mr. and As no meetings were scheduled ning two red ribbons on type and h .· Mrs. John Cargan. Anna is in for t at evenmg, the boys went two white on fitting and showing to sho\vs. the graduating class of Franklin his registered Ayershire calves at • ·d ., . ,· Pierce high chool. the recent Enumclaw Junior Sacm ay Scented "1th the atl·, . b re3. ,. l<f ast . . .. O.-thopedic v1so1s at_ 7.00 for a Dairy show. There were 350 en· f ll d · Final repprts and dates for u ay of convent10n programs. tries. · · · their many fall activities were Garden Club · 1 T 1e prmc1pal speaker was the given at the last meeting for the head physicist of the G. E. AtThe Waller Road Garden club . · pro].ect. Officers . season for the Midland Ortho01mc were elect- meets in the Community hall d d pedic Guild with Mrs. Charles e an several amendments and June 6, roll call with "my favresolutions were voted, including orite rose." Tuberous begonias Brouwer presiding. Hostesses for this: "The Northwest Ke Club and fuschias will be discussed by · y convent10n. resolved to support Mrs. W.alter Daniszewski. Mrs. any organized drive to prevent Verne Fogle will show a wedding the circulation or sale of ob· reception .table centerpiece. scene literature." Freezing of fruits and yegetables Awards were prescnted·at'tbe wHI be. discussed. Members •are b a11qtte . '. t an d. · 01'f'icers 'vere ···1n- to bring horticulture 1n bloom stalled. 'I'he key speech wasdby a and flowering arrangements featrustee fJ'om Salt Lake City: The hti-ing roses. Hostesses are Mrs. dance (the Governor's Dall) was Daniszewski and Mrs. William held in the Richland grade Hager. school. Wins Award Round-Up The boys left Richland at 9:00 Christine Sand, daughter of oTack a.m. April 28, coming home Mr. and Mrs. John Sand of through White Pass. Many stops Carlson road and a member of Everything were made to admire the scen- the Waller Road 4-H ''Lassies, Fo.- The Horse ery and take pictures, the party was awarded Grand Champion at reaching Bethel at 2:30 p.m. Priced Right! the recent Auburn Junior LivePrescriptions stock sale. Christine no docbt Carefully Compounded 1957 PARKLAND. ROUND-UP picked up a few pointers along the line from brothers Jack and "JUNE 7 - 8 - 9 MeAuley Lester who have made headKnapp & Canyon Roads lines many times in 4-H work Visitors Next to Summit Trading Co. Airport & Canyon Roads M;. and Mrs. George Spm·ks with their sheep. GRanite 0668 Fui·lough GR 7136 from Richland , spent ·the weekHome on furlough after comend with her parents, the C. R. McMillans of Canyon road and pleting basic training with the U. S. Air Force in Texas are Dave J03r<l. Costantini and George Vasicko. Trip Now In Army Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Thompson Enlisting in the U. S. Army of Bingham road had an enjoyable trip recently, going to and leaving for Fort Ord MonPendleton, Coulee Dam, Omak day were Rob Robbins and Larry and Qolfax. Churning. A farewell party was given for them at the home of Saturday, May 25th, at the Wall- Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard last er Road Community Hall. A Saturday night. Orthopedic special meeting was held recentThe Marie Hazen Orthopedic ly at the home of Linda Martin Prices Good Only May 30 - 31 - June l - 2 when she gave a demonstration Guild will meet for 11:00 lunchon "Liquid and Dry MeasurE;,- eon ··Mond~y, June 3, with Mrs. ,Bonded Raybestos ments." Plans were also made at J. M. Heath, 5921 Waller road; this meeting for the combined Mrs. Oscar Gilbo will be co-hostMothers' Tea which was given by ess. Plans will be completed for the three Midland 4-H clubs. On the Strawberry Festival in June; Exclli. Fenton Wednesday, May 8, Joanne Ayers members are reminded to bring Any 95% and her mother were hostesses articles for the grab bag. Car. Coverage. Reporter -.Mrs. Verne Fogle, to the Cloverettes members. 2-Wheels ,., Joanne gave a demonstration on GR 5210. Each ......... . "Pin Wheel Salad." Attending The super-carrier USS Forestthe meeting were Julie Johnson, a! is almost 10 stories high, keel Marcella Lawler, Linda Martin, Si:ar-Fiire Gates Custom Voltaige Pat Winterton, Corrie Miller, to flight deck, with a five-story 1 H~!b t"~@I's Nancy Bombardier, Anita Mc- superstructure, giving it an overElroy, Joanne Ayer~ and mothers, all height of approximately 15 · Mesdames E. J. Lawler, Allred stories. • ~ Any Car Winterton, N. D. Johnson and 14" - 15" - 16" Floyd Ayers. Save A Life Rillery Match Mr. Lyle Catt's ri!lery team from· Franklin Pierce high school again won honors at the outdoor range match held Saturday, May ADMIRAL TV 18,at the Sportsmens' Chateau. ' 14" Their team came out on top and 1 JUNE 15" each one received a gold trophy 16" cup. Participants on the 4-man 150 GALLONS GAS Each team were ,Roger Lovitt, Pamela Gress, Marlene Corrigan and Tim Firgens. John Peterson also atSHAVE - PAKS tended but stepped in and shot ALTIMETERS for the Stadium team because COMPASS they were short one member. BLANKETS Winning gold cup trophies were TOP CARRIERS Pam Gress for high school agSn~es • • PISTON RINGS gregate and high girl, kneeling ;~ position, and Marlene Corrigan C!'lrllt:'l""li AT r ~ l"".ni.r nnCi ~ ...... "V,i....i"-"A'\...:J lur high girl, sitting position. ,.;JJL .11.:.o""'J!..t":..L.. ~ Congratulations to Mr. Catt and •team! ~Og!"rLovitt attended the 1/; Wenatchee outdoor. rnalch. 'May 11, and Tecei'led , medals for .the . highest total sco.re in hiS Expert . cla~siH.cation. arid the highest score shot in. the four-position f 3802 Pacific Ave.· HI 0766 HI 0766 50-yard matbh; . Watcn For Our Lakewood S'tore About June 15 Midland -.:..=.-:::::r :-: Repor.ter....:!.M:a:rleile . Corrigan, , ,GR 8545.

t!10 l,ovely ~uncheon were Me:dan:ies Clarence 'eTohann, Fr'.);TIClS' Rushek ;nd d~arl~~ Bc;·g. Because of many inquiries about the Orthopedic Memorial fund, we will give the chairman's name, Mrs. LaVcl'ne Olsen, GR. 3582, who cnn be called for further information. Many peo· ple and clubs like to give a donation towards the Orthopedic hospital in memory of some loved· friend or rel~tive who has passed away and like to present a Mernorial ·cm·d to the bereaved relation. The first meeting in Sepbomber will be held on the secand Tuesday, Sept. 10, instead of the first because of Labor Day, with Mesdames Norman Williams, Millard Hutchins and LaVerne Olsen as hostesses. Fi•iendship Club . h t . N Mrs. E m11 ougu1er was os .. ess to the Friendship club for their. last meeting before sum· rner. Present were Mesdames Charles Harris, Allen z~ok, Larry Cleary, V'1altel' Conigan, Floyd J I:Z_e1·b e1,•u~ p·ipe1,. F ran). . 1_ ~ ens 0. . . n, Couture Peter Teffre with Mike and Sa~dy, Fred Siehl and Don MacQuarrie and Jacqu'eline, be· side the hastes. · , H C' · B- b anE d' f th M'd V a I ena om ar 1er o e .1 l d 4 H Cl 1 b . an over cu vvas .v\t'~1nner of a state 4-H Campsh1p to ' h' t St t ,, ll t V\ as 1ng on ~ -n ;c \JO ego a · J Oth . P u 11_1nan in une. , er vv1nners, ·a d . h f R' K aren W inc u· 1vers1 e an D · 'All d f G' H b emse goo 0 ig ar ~r, werc also announced · t th at d a won· d er f u 1 evenmg a e owntown J c p St ti Th · · e-nney ·ore reccn · y. e three Penney Stores, the Tacoma store Puyallup store and the S th T · t h ou acoma s ore, were t e donors. of these grar:d awards .for deservmg 4-H clothmg members. . Cloverettes The l\11dland.. 4-H Cloverettes . havA been . real . b1;sy gettmg read;,_r for 1he D1:str1ct Demonstratwn Day wlm:h was held

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Thursday, May 30, 1957 The TIMES -JOURNAL

AUTO GLi\SS, Seat covers; up" holstery & convertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· p.m. Saturdays. ART'S ,GLASS struption. Puyallup sandy loam & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. 3ctf toll soil, new lawns; nothing Tacoma. Ave., MA• 2200. ,•down, 30 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

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ACE SEPTIC tANK SERVICE l!;eptlc Tanks· Cleaned

• Business

GR 7882

LAWN MOWERS

·serviced and Stored

·~ a n. d sc a p e

:E"ngineers

ECONOMY

Power .Mowers A Specialty Free · Pick"up & Delivery

11009 · Pacific Ave.

Airport at ·Portland Ave.

GR 5772

SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or GR 3ctf

"We Move the Earth" Land Leveling

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GR 8591

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Hanline Top .Soil - Fill Dirt

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING· Prompt Service · C. V. Hutson

Complete Lawn Service

'SEAMAN, INC.

GR 3852.

HI 3980

South End Auto Wreckers

NE~AT BEAUTY SHOP

STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat fertilizer; EI 2305 or GR 8259. 3ctl

USED PARTS Motors ·- Transmissions Tires - Batteries We Buy Junk Cars Also Custo\?'1 Welding by Joe's Welding 1 Mile ·East Roy Yon Mt. Hy. Spanaway •! GR 6534

'HA7628

DON'T encourage dishonesty; 72nd,;md Portland Ave. locks. keved, combinations chang ld; Parkland Cycle & AERIFYING & ~FERTILIZING; Key; 11009·Padfic Ave. GRanite give yourJawn a treat; LA 2ll:).. !17"1'.2. 3ctf 3ctf ·

WELL DRILLING Berkeley Pumps

PLOWING & DISCING - Farmall Tractor. 1st hour $5.00, thereafter $4.00. GR 7484. 3ctf

Bank

2 & 3-BEDROOM HOUSES DELIVERED and set on your lot; permanent type; 2x4 walls, 16" centers; 2x8 joists, 16" centers; 2x6 rafters, 24" centers. Insulated, oak flooring, T&G sub· floor. All material No. 1; $2250 to $2700, $200 down, 36 months to pay. Can be seen at East 46th and Roosevelt; salesmen on duty from 4:00 p.m. till dark. During the day call McDowell's, WA 8582, Milton. '3c38

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Gravel Water Lines Septic Tanks

Top Soil at Reduced Prices

Frank Reardon

.GR 5758

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SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re· place ai1d repair work. 3 years to pay; LA 8734 - HI 5945. 3ctf

419 JETS $

CENTRIFUGALS

fl TURBINES

Call GR 7281 Tacoma Pump & Well Drilling Co.

Rt. 1; Box 316 Terms

Tacoma Trades

• Help Wanted

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Man or Woman FIRST TIME OFFERED SPARE TIME NO SELLING! NO HEADACHES!

'.J.fPUNDA'I'Iq~s; additions, re,.

, anodeling. ]'ree estimates. Fin. ;/j;ncing, no down payment. -J?hone HI 7000 anytime. 3ctf l~

BULLDOZING ~1' ~''·Fill Ler;.elfog•, Back Fil·I., Clea.rin.g Dirt,. Top Soil, Ditching

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lit. l,.Box'475, Spanaway, Wn. Pho'ne GRanite 4748 · OWEN TAYLOR; Service Man

LA 8043

· Manning & Smith GR 3930

GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, !feating. New work. ftemodeJ. · ?ng, RBJpairs. Phone GR 4477. JtlLEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE3ctf iJNe repair electrical appliances;<;offee pots, irons, mixers, heat- TRACTOR WORK, plowing an:d , ~rs, etc .. Call GR 0323. · 3ctf discing; GR 4444, 93rd and ' BRICK WORK House level- Vickery Road. 3ctf ,J-,,.,, ' ................. . , 'mg and foun d afaons, re t•• ammg . 11 · 1 ·, 1'Y,alls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace and stone work, GR 4291. I Cllf Clill'd 11 . :· · 3ctfl .•• I · ROTOTILLING - $4.00 per hour Heatmg. Company 111 11 RUbbard 1755. 3ctf . · 11 We have almost any type of g 'COMMERCIAL 11. Furnace you want. Specializ- 1 · .TAL'LATIONS ing }n Williams Oil'()' Matic. [Ns ----'Ill Oil - Gas - Hot Water 11 CORNELL 11 • Parts for All Makes 11 • & H ea t"1n.g 11 For Free Estimates call ..,. Pl umb1:ng

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& BLOCK WORK; fireplaces a specialty; GR 7428 ..3cH

Puy. 5-2873

Ac' Dirt Moving Co.

. TOP, SOIL and fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; GR 3536 or Puyallup 5-2038.: 3ctf

Bulldozing "'ii' Ditching TOP SOIL _ GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and

DRAIN FIELDS Phon.e Puyallup 5·2452

Midland Nursing Home. t0816 Portland Ave. 1lR 5395 LICENSED NURSES ON DUTY 24·HOURS A .DAY

KITCHEN CABINETS,. corner shelve1'>, book cases; birch, fir or knotty pine; built to your specid'ications; get .the best. for less~my prices are the lowest. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP; GR 5514. ' 3ctf

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Will not interfere with your present employme11t. To qualify you must have $1345.00, to $2495.00 cash available and car; should net up to $250.00 to $600.00 a month 'working 6 spare hours weekly, .and must be able to start at once. This Company will extend· financial assist· ance to full. time if desired. Do not answer uniess fully qualified for the necessary time and investment.

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• Business Is. Set Up Fo1· You No Selling or Soliciting

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SPANAWAY'ELECTRie-:-co.n. tract.ing and appliances; free engineering service for electric heat; GR 7064. 3ctf

FERN HILL BEAUTY cunD

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Jennie L. Grodvig

Parkland Realty

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McMENAMIN'S

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SANDY LO.All[ top soil; 6 Y!irds $12; Buck, :Iii.&: 3±89. 3ctf

Home .Wiring Ft€e Estimates ,

Guaraiiteed · Satisfl~ction .

Emergen~y ~ervirn

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CHILD CARE, my home, while you shop, run errands, etc.; GR 4402. 14ctf

Airpm·t Rocket McMENAMIN"S 8514 Pacific Ave. m 8408 Airport Rd. Next

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• Work Wanted

SPANA WAY ACREAGE 15 fii Miscellaneous 5 ACRES, 285-foot fronLagc on KIRBY Mountain Highway; home and ONLY ~:58; 'this one is complete 3 cabins. · with polisher, all attachments 8 LOTS, Highway frontage, one and Handi-Butler; rnbuilt and block ·north of school. guaranteed, with 5 years free service. Phone now· for a free J 6 ACRES, % mile East of Spanhome demonstration; no ohligflaway. I.ion. Nothing down and $1 p~r 12 1.~ ACRES on East 176th St.; week. UPTON ELEC'l'RIC CO.. 3-bedroom home and barn. 1118 Market St., FU 2551. 15c38 For further information, call Barney McFadden, Graham OIL FOR LESS if you live within 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355 or HI 2 miles of our plant. Why PflY 8408. more than 18c for stove oil in :JOO-gallon lots? LAPENSKI'S OHOP LAKE CABIN with 50-foot frontage on HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 15ctf lake; nice clean: spot; $2500. Pacific Ave., Gr 8173. For furthc1· information, call O Wheel Balancing Barney McFadden, Grnham 7-7337, or Mick, MA 6355 or HI Ct Motor 'fune-Ups 8408. O Headlight Adjusting

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tw1argadne •••• 27c

Ivory .Flakes ; • l2c

EIO!LOGNA ••• 43e

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TOMATOES • 17c

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1957 PARKLAND ROUND-UP JUNE'7-8-9

Prices Effective Friday, Saturday 'J!'his Week

A,noiher .Milestone of Pro2ress

P@rkway full'niture 141st & Pac. Ave. GR 3941 • Open Till 9 :00 p.m. WHIPPING CREAM, ranch fresh eggs; also Thor mangle; 306 East 121st. 15p38 FOR SALE - Combination Webste1· Record Changer and Silvertone Cabinet Radio. Plays all size records. Exccilent condition $20.00. May be seen at 7016 Lidford Road. 15c38

KILN DRIED SHAVINGS

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GR8373 PARKLAND FURNITU:n.E New and used wJscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi· de:ttce Phone GR 3748. · 15ctl MILLIONTH CELEBRATION-Lenfoe Thietje, an operator at the last Legislat11re was selected to repre~ent the ,approximately 15,000 FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam ot.her telephone men and women in the state who work behind boats $275 unpainted; work the scenes in providing cmmnunications. The (JO telephone comguaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., panies in Washington joined together yesterday to commemorate 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf the installation of the millionth phone. Representatives of the industry presented Governor Rosellini a br'onze phone bearing a NEW slab couch with bolster; plaque with the above inscription. $49.00 or 2 for $89.50. PARK· WAY FURNITURE, 141st and Pacific Ave., Open till 9'.00, GR 3941. 15c38 PIANO LESSONS Classical and modern. Reasonable rate. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 15ctf

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WEBB ELECTRIC

~ Eve. GR 4437 DAYTIME CHILD CARE in my home; ages 3 to 6; GR 037.3. TA .P, ACRO.BATlC, .BALL.!J..~.i.' 14p38 classes. All ages. Mi 1 d red ----------Keller, GR 7881. . 15ctf

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30 ACRES for sale by owner; some land cleared; some cows; HEREl<'ORD COWS with calves small house; good water and at side, $110 to $175; phone lights; 2000 cords of wood can Yelm 2551. 13p37 ·be cut on place; logs enough to make lumber for building or right size poles for log houses. ,,!; One mile east of Mt. Highway SEWING, dressmaking, alteraon 176th, Spanaway; E. Bow- tions; reasonable, speedy; HUman. 9c39 bbard 0839. 14c3.\3

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30 Day Free Trial 20 Year Guarantee :,Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red-Line Foundation

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bath, 2 !Ots, 1 block to bus. '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; SMALLEY needs some cleaning. Payments wholesale prices. $45.00 mo. Call Ralph Decker, MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., GR 4060 anytime, evenhigs, HI 9579. Sundays. 12ctf 2 ACRES EDGEWOOD DISTRICT. 2 bedEvergr®!en rooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, 3-pc. bath. Needs some Auto Sales fixing. Price $3,950.00. Reason53 PLYM. Belv. H.T. R & H, able terms to reliable buyer. Auto. traqs. ·vvs':v t!res. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Real Sharp. Special .. $7!J;) SO. TACOMA 138 & Pac. Open Sun. GR 4772 $500.00. DOW'.'/., $45.00 mo. Two bedrooms, hvmg room, largo FOR SALE - 1955 DODGE V-8 kitchen, lots of built-ins, wired Ifoyal Sierra Suburban; radio, 220, auto. hot water, breakfast heater, Premium U.S. tires; nook, 3-pc. bath, ga!·age,. 3 nice Powerf!yte; two - tone paint; l?ts. Oodles of frmt and ber- body and motor perfect; GR ries .. One block to bus. Call 8624; after 6:00 GR 4229. 12c38 Ralph Decker, HI 9579. 1956 NASH RAMBLER; auto. R~~lty transmission, . R & H; $1650. 6l!.11 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 ANDERSON CHEVRON, Spana· 12c38 Member of Tacoma Real · Estate way; GR 6465. Board

NATION WIDE SALES CO., INC. 2322 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis 17, Mu.

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Reliable men or women for this area to handle nationally known products purchased daily by the public for the first time at a bargain through new beautiful merchandising dispensers.

roWER MOWERS sharpened and serviced; pick-up and de· livecy; Baldwin & Sc>n, 947 Tacoma .Ave .. MA 3431. Sett

ULTRA MODERN two bedroom home. Frigidaire, electric heat, built-in range, refrigerator, drapes furnished. Beautiful surroundings. South end of Spanaway Lake on Loop Road. Ten minutes from McChord Base. $90.00. Will furnish completely if dcs!i·ed. 3 BEDROOM UNIT AVAILABLE MAY 15th · HI llside 8983

\i,.'ANTED - Respons1b!.e man pr couple to occupy modern .,small newly furnished cottage al 72nd and West Pioneer \Vay at low rental to act as caretaker of fish pond. Good home for penBuy sioner. References required. !IlGHEST CASH PRICES paid for Ph011e Puyallup 5-1451 or 5-6007 !'I'M MM+ II COMPLETE smelter pole and .log timber. 01· Tacoma MA 4331. 10c38 BEAUTY. SERVICE Ca)! evenings, GR 5972. Sctf . FOR RENT - Furnished upper 8237ll.! Park Ave. HI 3117. CASH for livestock of ·all kinds. apartment, ·1 or 2 bedrooms as --~ Also wanted. Jive cattle for mink desired; 401 South 116th.' 10p38 FAST. PHOTO SERVICE In feed. WA 6:797. ELMER MACKPuyallup 5-2198 for Delivat 10:00 out at 5.:00. QUALITY IN; MA 3565. 8ctf FOR REl\11' - 3-ro01n furnished ery or will load your truck. I'HOTO SERVICE,. 9818 Pa· . house, $15; ER 7163. 10c38 Pit at end ·Of 23rd Ave. cific .Ave,, GR 72.71. 3ctf S.E. Puyallup. BOARtl AND ROOM, hem" cookSMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· -H---,--P-.-.k-l_d...._..,_---lng; GR 6009. lOctf ~kreened Rd. Gravel modeling,·kitchen cabinets; we omes n ai< an .... ommun. Crushed Ruck Top sell glass; 16309 S. P8.i--k, Span.. ities; Acreage ciose in, either away; GR 7949. .3ctf with or without buildings. s~n Drain Gravel

HILL TOP G.R..AVEL CO.

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OWN A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN PART TIME WORK

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FOR SALE - Beautiful red felt western outfit for girl 5 or 6. Shirt, bollero and hat, $5.50:; 10116 Pacific. 15c38

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BABY FURNITURE, new and used, ror sale or rent; SMALL FRY EXCHANGE 1109 Market st.; BR 9505. 15ctf

Irlsurance of All Kinds Notary Public SEWING, Alterations, mending; reasonable; GR 5636. 14c40 Est. in Parkland Since 1941 -·---·------GR 8609 Office WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also 802 Garfield St., Parkland ironing- in your home or mine, "Deal with the people who give $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; GR you their personal attention." 5398 after 6:00. 14c38

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Hall, 1012 South 110th, HU- SEPTIC TANKS CLEA:NED-bbard 0856. 3ctf Contents . hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So.. Fawcett, HA 7334. ·If no answer· call HA Clogged .Drains? 9222; 3ctf ' Just Call Us

Business ,pays you. a rrofit starting first day.' Work con. , sists of: refilling .and collecting money .from our machines in this area. To, qualify you must have· a car, referen9es, $640 cash to secure territory and inventory. Devoting 6 'to 10 hours a week to business, your end on percentage of collection should run up .to $100 weekly, with very good possibilities of taking over full time. Income · increasing ac~ordingly. For· personal inter• view, include phone in application. Box 2008 Parkland, Wash.

72nd & East "L" Street

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rangei refrig, etc. 3 rooms and

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Dick's Richfield Service

GRanite 3501

A LORING LISTING SELLS

$100.00 DOWN MO'ii'E in today. F11rnished, elec.

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PRICES ON TIRES • BATTERIES - GAS FOR LESS -

JAMES R. LORING 12605 PACIFIC AVENUE

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ROTOVATING & TRACTOR WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Chesney-Etter Road). GR 7559. 3ctf

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NEW 3 bedroom. $950 down. FHA. Full price only $10,750. ONLY 1 MORE LEFT, SO HURRY!

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. PLOWING, rotovating, leveling, Leveling, lawns; R. D. Beeler, GR 4940. foundations; cement work; 3ctf free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf BLENDED TOP SOIL~ peat; barnyard compost; sand; . free esti:LAWNS MOWED reasonable; mates; •LA 2111. · 3ctf rotary or. feel; call Jerry; GR 3249. 3c40

CLEARANCE BUDGET priced electric sewing machines; must clear from our stock immediately. Assorted SINGERS, rebuilt, $29.95 to $39.95; New Home, Eldridge, Free Westinghouse, etc., are going at lesser wholesale prices. No charge for delivery and demonstration; terms and trades. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c38

FURNISHED HOMIE, l ACRE, LOW DOWN 2 BEDROOM home, garage and shop, good.soil, short distance from Pacific Ave. $8950. Immediat~ possession. Call Bill Blatk, GR 3501 days, GR 3272 eves.

CANYON SUPPJ;.Y,; .pick~llps ;and trailers loaded or we haul; ·GR 7586. :;tctf

HA 7038

BATON TWIRLING classes, beginners and advanced, by Frank Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now in Tacoma area; if interested call MA 5559 Thursday or Sat. urday. 15ctf

. 40 ACRES, $6500, WORTH MORE HAS' a'2 bedroom home, on the Lawrence Lake Road at Yelm.

JUST ARRIVED! Large Shipme11t Good Used , SCREEN DOORS

FOUNDATIPNS-N ew additions; free estimates, ,J;inancing; work guaranteed; m 2002. 3ctf

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G. I. SPECIAL - 5 BEDROOMS LARGE ROOMS with full bath up and down, Ready for you to move your family right in after VA approval. 2-car garage. Close to IGA store in Parkland. $10,850 with new G.I. low down payment. Mr. Underwood, GR 3501 days, HA 9127 eves.

Builders ·Supply

PARK.LAND CYCLE & KEY.

UST \VITH LORING

GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE - LUSH 5 AeRES BEAUTIFUL, to say the least. Five-year-old stucco home with fireplace and full basement. 2-car garage, double-deck chicken house, egg room, brooder house.· Many extras, lots of built-in handy things, like laundry chute. Parklike landscaping, well fenced, concrete walks, carport. Located in Fruitland area, Priced at $16,500 with $6000 down. Shown by appointment only. Mr. Cheetham, GR 3501 days, HU 1204 evenings.

O. B. ACKLEY

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TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Special on reupholstering dav. enport, chair, as low as $129. Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Free estimates; HA 6955, GR 0327. 15ctf

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The Spanaway Progressive Communjty club will meet Tuesday, June 4, at 8:00 p.m. Spanaway Fil'emen, Auxiliary The Spanaway Volunteer FireFood Center If16r1 and Au!dliary will meet Monday, June 3, at 8:00 p.m. This is the last Auxiliary meeting Lb. Sharp until September. Auxiliary memCHEESE • • 0 . • • bers are remin<le<il. to bring their Adams 12-0z. J a1· j'\vhite elephants." Visitor Pe~B'ill!.mt B~tt,~r Mrs. Frang Pierce, formerly of Porter . 14-0z. Elk Plain, recently visited· Mrs. S~dad Macaroni 19c ' H. F. Pillsbury. ·Zee Assorted 4-Pack Wins Scholarship T.oftlet Tissue • • 34c Miss Joy Barsotti, daughter of Kfraft Deluxe Lb. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barsotti, won a Munson scholarship at Central Washington college at EllensLarge Pkg. burg. Best Wishes Lb. Get Well wishes to Mrs. Bryon. Parker, who has been ill in . Lb. the hospi ta!. Friendly Dozen WlglNERS •••• The Friendly Dozen Birthday Impol'terll Holland 2~Lb. Tin club will meet Thursday, June 6, for noon luncheon at the Top 3-Lb. '.!.'in ............ $3.29 of the Ocean. Large Head Graduation Eighth graders at Spanaway LETTUCE •• 2/1 Sc will . hold graduation exercises Cm·ton June 5 at 8:00 p.m. in the new gym. There are 74 members of the class. · On The •Cob Large Ears Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, GRanite 6466.

Bert Brown Realty

WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Largest stock in tovvn. Repair. L11g that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Office-Days: GR fl69l:i l[vellings-YU. 9221, tll 3315' Service, 3.727 So. G . .HI 9409.

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FOR SALE - 3~ deres on Can· yon Road, newly seeded; good builqi,n~ ?ite-; HU :!.059. · 9638

'57 PARKLAND ROUND-UP JUNE'.t-8-9

BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 So. Park Ave. Family Portrait Studios. 15ctf LEAVE FILM at Quality Bhoto Service for developing. In at , 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. · · · ZJG ZAG FOR.TABLE. SA VE $$$ - See thrn one fll"st-only $72 balance. You may own this with payments much less than rental fees on a straight stitcher. No down payment to right party; free home demon· stration; evening .calls accepted. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 -Market St., FU 2551. 15c38 TAP DANCL.'\TG LESSONS. Be. ginning and advanced. Call Jim ·Nylander, GR 05174. 15etf

Service

READY FOR .ACTION - Special cutover switches in the GRanite telephone building are checked hy switchman Robert J,. LaBrnsh of ·Pacific Tel<0pf10nc. These specially designed switches will he turned on at 12:1.11 Sunday morning during the changeover to seven· digit numbers. To prepare for that tijme, . equipment is wired to serve both old and new numbers, and switches were installed so the changeover 'could be virtually simultaneous. Hundreds of thousands of similar wiring installations had to be made throughout the Tacoma Area as a part of the conversion pr-0gram.

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FOR SALE -- Siegler heaters to IGA at Parkland F;uel Oil Service; GR ·0256; 120th & Pacific Ave. Shopping Center Mrs. Edwatd Ostrom ga,·e a 15ctf farewell luncheon at her bomo RIDING HORSES '.FOR RENT SPECIAL ORDERS CAI<:ES- honoring Mrs. ,JosP.ph Kulnvik, al .. B & B RIDING A:CADEMY so of Canyon road. Mrs. E.ulavik Mt. Hiway At Loveland GR 6377 Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann 15c\:f rccen tly sold her home and with ·15c40 Bakery. her children cToe and Barbara JOR SALE-6 foot picnic tables. (YOU can be sure i) it's WEST· will join her husband who is built for rugged use. $16.50. Mt. INGHOUSEJ. Clean, smooth run- working in Aberdeen for the past Hiway Cabinet. Shop. Graham ning 1941 6.. Ft. Refrigerator year. Others sharing t.he lunch7-7638. 15c40 $39.50. PARKWAY FUR.NITURE eon wern Opal Latterall, Joyce 141st & Pacific Ava., Open TUI 9:00; GR 3941. 15c38 Andrews and \Vilma Folk, STATION \;.i"AGON OWNERS 'Auxiliary NOW you· ca11 buy a Custom built ..The Canyon Road ):.adies AuxKar-Rae you can be proud to put on your Station Wagon. iliary really. enjoyed the proBeautifully varnished, gives that BULLDOZING • DITCHING gram put on by Mi:-s. Augusta "town . & country" look. Posi- GRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC Stern cf the Parkland Lockers, tive clip and turn-buckle fast- TAl\"KS • DRAIN FIELDS. who discussed frozen 'hi€at pracening secure your Kar-Rae. 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup tically fro1n soup to -nuts, shu\v ... Phone. Puyallup 5·2452 Easily handled by . one person. 15ctf i!'.1g -the ladies ho~v to prepare, Save $40.00 per Ra.c. Orchard hovv to wrap and how to ser'.76, Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & ~ __ F----ii - -- __ II_ co1nplete \vith recipes. The club Yl!'I Fl!l!!!"!E;<!!!!l9r! Pacific Ave. So., Phone GR 5194. 15p48 .Tesse H. Browning, son of 'Mrs. also _,:velcon1ed a new meinber, . Ann Browning of 2102 East 121st Mrs. Ruth Cook of Lidford road . St., has been home on ,furlough, Everyone enjoyed the musical having completed .baslc training 11umbers, a belcted Mother's Day SAWM~Ll 3.l Forcl Ord, Calif. He was chos· progra!'rl. §hewer en v.rith eight others as ''out... Eoue:h Cl" Fil'1ishsd Lumbsr A bridal shower ·was held for Direct From Mill standing tl'ainees" of the cycle. He reported at Fort Eustace, M.is.s Virginia Ferris of Lidford G::aham Wash. 7-2229 i-oad last week :Miss .Fwris will Virginia, May. 23. ;~'

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marry LeHoy Wi,;dahl June 15. Reporter l\.frs. John Folk, GlfaniLe 5301.

Graham News Mrs. Ernest Robinson is re· ported ill at her home; all friends wish her a quick i:ecovery. Guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson en· joyed visits from Mrs. Jack Sloat nf Gig H~rbor a11d Mr. a11d. Mrs. Leo Mahon of Tacoma during the weekend. Grnat-Gramlwu The Albert Nelsons are receiving congratulations en the arrival of a great ~ grandson, Stephen Eugene Lucas, born May 15 to :M:.r. and Mrs. S. J. Luca5 of Albany, Ca!ifornfa. Grandpar· ents a1'°e Mr. and Mis. D. E .. Guuch arrtl ivir. and i\llrs. E. Lucasn Reporter Katie Nelson, Graham 7-7640. When Lt. Alfred A Cu11ningcrC.ers £01~ duty in ... flyh1'g;) 011 Jut1e t, 1916, he became the first Marine ·corps aviator to be assigned this t;y'J'e cf aviation. training. h8111 receivf?d vcfr~l!ng "bJ;1d


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Allen Arbogast, Kirk Bardwell, Connie Barna; Agnes Becker, Roger Beffa, George Bennett, Robert Berka, Loretta Borden, Marlene Brodigan, Lyle Burring'''' . . ton, Wayne Bush, Jean Byrd, Al· ~ 'J'he Bethel High School senior lei; Cantrell, Bernice Clark, Loyal ~jJISS df 1957 will graduate Mon- Crippen, . John Cruzan, James Q?y evening, June 3, .at eight Dean, . Jim De Nune, Dolores !?1clock in the school gymnasium. (~worsky) Barnhou~e, Steve EdAJ;lproximately 7<;J students dirigton, Gene Erickson, Bob gl-t1duate this year. During the Esary, Alice Furrb. Claudia 9.().urse of •the evening speeches Franes. ~11 be made by thif five honor Betty Garrison, Jon Hatt, students: Henry Schmidt vale- Nancy Helfor, Patricia Joubert, <}fctorian;. · Claudia Farn~s and Ruth Keene, Bonnie Kelling, ErnDolores (Dworsky) Barnhouse, estine Konrad, Larry King, Sonja C()-salutatorians; Kh:k Bardwell Langtwait, James Lyons, Nancy f~culty choi~e, a;,d D~an Mattoni: Lyons, Myrtle Lyons, Edward tJlitss choice.: Imm,ediately fol- Lonergan, Peggy Logan, C.arolle !()wing ~he gradilation. ceremon- Lian, Carol Martin Wetzel,' Gary jes, a. gala )'eception will be held ·Martinson, ·Dean Matton'i, Gerald in the ;iuditdriunLt~. enable the Mattsen, Karen McAnnich, Kay p~rents. aqd :f~i~nds.:to congrat1,1- McGee, Judie. McGinnis, Michael l~te the proud fi(raduates, · McMullin,, Arlene McNeil, Ron>, Aft.er the excit!llent.of.the re" .aid Meapors, Jom Moebius, Michi\eption has died down, the tel Mulcahey, ~at~leen ·O'Neill. ~1.9niors will adjourn to Edwards Mary L~u 0 Neill, Earl Ogde~n, I!avilion onLake La:wrence for an Ron Orsborn, Dolores Otterstead, ;ill night party sponsored by the ,,Evalen P;itrich, JoAnne Pond, parents qf.the senior class. . John Rodms: Sharon Saunders, At graduation: ·many, many Henry Schmidt, Edward Se.eber, awards will. be presented: The Jerry Shannon, June Wilcox, J~urnalism Ai'.ard; the · Music Duane Gore, Dennis Williamson, Award·· the.. Drama Awards· the Don Rouch, Howard Shook, Greg$horth~nd Award; the·Citize~ship ocy. Spivey, Joyce "Sorensen, ~ward; the Sportsmanship ~arie Stanke, Floyd Taylor, a"l'.'ard, boy and girl; the Science Lm~a Thompson, Gary Ulman, ]l;Iath Award; the Athletic Award; Corinne Wedmark, Ruby Whittlethe Home Economics Award, the sey, Nancy Larson,.. Ruth Yrttima. Commercial Award; the Girl's Awards Club Trophy; the Spanaway P-TA At the Memorial Day assembly E\cholarship, boy and girl; BEA, at Bethel high sthool Thursday Teachers Scholarship; Pacific 29 senior are i·eceiving activity I.utheran College Tuition Grant; plaques, awarded to students for "C,)'rJiversity of Washington En- active participation in extra. gineering .Alcoa A:ward; .Univ'lrs· curricular events during .their Uoy of Washington Navel Reserve four years in high ~chool. ()fficers Trairling Corps ·Award; In order to obtain a plaque it Washington· ·state College Carl is necessary to have two majors, Raymond Gray Award; two PLC such as president of a club, stuAthletic Scholarships; Central dent body officer, etc., and three Washington College of Education minors, such as four years on Leadership Award and Room honor roll, officer of a club, etc./ Grant; . and the Bethel P-TA The students receiving these acE\1Jholarship award. tivity plaques are: Eva.Jen PetA .list of the graduates is as rich, Betty Garrison, Delores follows: · (Dworsky) Barnhouse, Pene

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P.oultry, Craft Club The Midland Poultry & Craft 4-H club was organized recently by Mrs. Gene Carden who has been designated as• leader of the group.. . . " The following are the officers of the club: President, Bob Mc-. Farland; vice president, Kathie Carden; secretary, Danny Carden; sergeant-at-arms, Pat McFarland; reporter, Jimmie Zenker. Membership includes eight boys and four girls; the club mee~s on alternate Thursdays at Mrs. Carden's home. Jimmie Zenker, reporter.

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· Volucc 12, No. 38

PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

The Boys' Baseball program in this area is under the direction of Tim Tommervik and Earl Platt. Tommervik handles the FranklinPierce district and Platt administers are Bethel district. Both men report an increl'se. in the number of teams competing this season. Following is a resume of their progress thus far. Franklin-Pierce Tommervik reports there are a total of 11 teams already holding practices at PLC and the Recreation· fields. None of these outfits have names or sponsors as yet and anyone interested in starting a new team or sponsoring one should contact· Tommervik at GRanite 4155, The Pee Vfee League (12 and under) has seven teams at th is writing. The managers of those teams are: Max Parker, Emil Johnson, David Spencer,· George Cashman, Lawrence Ackofer, Dan B;art, C. F. Murphy, Al Barnes, Garland Isenberg, Clark Griffiths, Bud Neighbors, Bob Hauk, Frank Swanberg, Bart Payne, Frank Kruckeberg, Fred Powell, Don Taylor. Two Bantam teams are set to g-o. They are both from the Midland ar~a and will be under the direction of Joe Blessing and Chuck Robbins. One Junior team is ready to play under the guidance of Bud Galusha and Carl Strand. Ed .Brovim·, . Franklin-Pierce coach, will handle the Twilight entry. · Uethel 21. teams have been organized here to date. Piatt in di ca ted that this· is. more than double last year's entries. In the Pee \Vee League are: Wilken Packing, Kapowsin Cougar$, Elk Plain, Spanaway ·Auctioners, Spana way Wildcats, Spana way W &H, Clover Creek and Roy. The Midg·et entries include: Elk Plain, Kapowsin Eagles, Benston Grangers, Spanaway Merchants, Spanaway Firemen, Clover Creek and Roy. A new league this season is the Under 15 girls loop. Four teams are ready to go here including two from Spanaway and one each from Elk Plain and Bethel Hi. An Under 18 Girls team is also scheduled to play in the 'l'acoma League and a senior boys team wi.11 also play .in the . Tacoma Twilight League.

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Brookdale will feature medal play on Thursday, Ivie1norial Day, and a bes l 17 holes tourney is on tap for Saturday and. Sunday ol this week. The College Course will hold a points tourney on _Mr:morial Day.

with a best 17 holes tournament scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.

Playfield Plans··· Theme Of Meet Representatives of the Spanaway Recreation committee met with Tom Lantz· of the Metropolitan Playground department and Norman Inveeia, his associate in Pierce county, on the playfield at Spanaway school .Friday, 'May 17. Mr. Lantz pointed out necessary equipment for the playground program during the coming summer. Mr. Inveen stated that h<i had a particularly good man hired to be the director. There will be all sorts of crafts, softball teams, volleyball, tetherball and basketball, as well as play equipment for the smaller children. Mr. Lantz was enthusiastic about the central location of the proposed Spanaway recreation area, the program and the poteµtial number of children such a project will serve. Sam Green, Spanaway prineipal1 v..·ho was appointed co-ord~ inator for the Recreation committee at its last ineeting, \Vas chairman of the dcle'gation meeting with Mr. Lnntz and Mr, InYcen. Mrs. Robert McKinnell, f~pnnn:way P-Ti~. president, \vas ~]so present. Mr. Lantz also stated that he

Tigers Thursday

Franklin - Pierce and Stadium will meet Thursday in the opener of the State Invitationa !Baseball Tournament. Game time is 12 noon. Six other teams are entered in the three-day tourney including Olympia and Centralia of the Capital League, Enumclaw and Clover Park of the Puget Sound L,pagl\£>, .. and Fife and Orting of the West Cenfral League. Franklin - Pierce finished sixth in the Puget Sound race this spring and Stadium was third in the Capital League. Coach Ed Brown of the Cardinals has not yet named a starting pitcher, but Gar Winder or Jerry Hoxsey are the top candidates. Tiger boss Marv Scott also has a choice of two hurlers. Righthanders Gene Bronk and Dick Foran have been sharing the mound duties throughout the season, but Scott is undecided as to his starter. There are four games scheduled for Thursday with the semifinals set fo;· Friday night and the finals Saturday evening. An ode to the PLC baseballers: You can't win 'cm all In the game of baseball

But the season's a success

GOLF WINNER - Pictured above is Roger McDonald of Poche! Dist. Co., with the trophy that he won zt the OH! Golf Tourney, AJ>ril 27. McDonald's net was 63. Photo by McKewen

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had seen the planned layout of the Spanaway' Metropolitan Park development as presented by the landscape architectural firm hired by the park board and was 'greatly impressed by it. This project is the next step for the Recreation committee along with the Little League ball fields.

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PLC Track:, G.olf Team To Compete a/Renton The Pacific Lutheran Track squad will compete in the NAIA son and has not thrown under District One meet this Friday and 200 feet. Saturd11y at Renton. PLC has just returned from The Lui.es have only one de- Cheney where they placed fourth in the Evergreen Conference. fending ch11mpion in Lhe n1eet, The golf squad won the con" thnt being ,John Fromm, who ference meet and will be competwon the district title last season ing in tho same NAIA playoffs. and went on to break the NAIA The golfers who will be shooting rec~rd at San Diego. Fromm is unbeaten in this event this sca1957 PARKLAND ROUND-UP at Renton. areB.ob Sparling, Jim Hill and ·Don Holl. JUNE 7 - 8 - 9

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The Fifth Grade won the track meet at the Woodland School, Thursday, May 16, with a total 91 points. The Sixth Grade scored 72 points and the Fourth.· Grade 17 points. The breakdown of the scoring: ·Fifth .grade girls, 56%; Sixth grade b~ys, 41 % ; Fifth grade boys, 34 % ; Sixth grade girls, 30%; Fourth grade boys, 17; and Fourth grade girls, 3.

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RBI-Jones, Howard, Brammer, Kinsley 3, Byrd 2, Connell, Kitts 3. 2B-E:insley, 3B-C<innell. HR-Kitts. SB-Byrd, Waring. SF-Brammer. DP-Murray to Waring. LOB-Spanaway 9, Puyallup 5. WP-Brock 2. PBByrd. EB-Brock 3. U-Bonaro. Results of other games: Orting .. 002 000 000-2 4 4 Lacamas 000 210 OOX-3 3 2 Balmer and Wilkins; J. Guthrie and Block. ' So. Prairie 002 200 001-5 5 2 Edgewood . 000 031 000-4 5 4 Sahm, Kovacevich ( 5) and Grundoon; McCoy and Johnson. HR-Sahm. W--Kovacevich.

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Spanaway will open its 1957 home season this Sunday, June run. Don Kovacevich was the 2, against the Edgewood Carns. winner in relief of starter John The Valley League contest. will Sahm. Sahm helped his own cause with a two run home>', in start at 2 p.m. the fourth, but gavec.way to KoSpanaway won its league openvacevich after allowing Edgeer last Sunday by a score of 10-4 wood to tie the score in the last over Puyallup. Bob B.rewer went of the fifth. the distance on the hill for SpanJfoxt week's schedule: away. He struck out 16, issued Eastern Division: Edgewood at one walk and gave six hits. Brewer also starred at the plate, Spanaway, Puyallup at Orting, getting two singles in five trips Lacamas 'at South Prairie. and scoring one run. Vvestern Division: 18 Vets vs VVestern State, Spanaway opened. th~ scoring Kiwanis at with three runs in the first. in- Nalley's vs St. Paul's at Harmon. ning on Wally Jones' single, T.he box score walks to Jim Olson and Bob Spanaway AB R H PO A E Howard, an e1:ror, Ray Bram- · Jones,. 2b .... 6 ~1 1 2 O 6 mer's saerifice fly. and an infield Burlew, 2b ... O O O 0 O 0 roller by Keith E:insley. Hansch, cf ... 5 2 0 O O O Puyallup countered with a Burns, d .... 0 0 0 0 O 0 pair of runs in their half of the Olson, ss .... 4 2 0' 1 2 0 first. Jon Tomasi singled, Con- Howard 3b ... 1 1 0 O 1 2 nell tripled and Kitts scored Con- Billings, 3 b .. 1 0 0 1 O O nell with an infield out. Brammer, lb . 4 1 1 5 1 O Spanaway broke the game Kinsley, lf .. 5 '1 1 1 0 0 wide open in the top of the secc Ketter, rf .... 3 0 1 0 0 0 and inning with seven run~, on Thiel, rf ..... 1 . 0 1 0 0 0 only two hits, a single by Br~w- Byrd, c ..... 3 1 0 13 0 0 er and a double hi :KfoS'l.e:it "Tavern, c .... 0 0 0 3 o .o Brock walked two and hit one, Brewer, P .... 5 1 2 1 1 0 and three errors accounted for six Totals .... 38 10 7 27 5 2 unearned runs. Puyallup AB R H PO A E Puyallup closed the scoring Rodgers, cf •. 3 O O 1 O O when Kitts homered ,with a Tomasi, 2b . :3 1 1 3 2 2 ~ate aboard in .the eighth inc Waring, 2b : .1 1 1 1 2 O ning. Connell, ss , . 4 1 1 1 3 0 Manager Dave .Harkness an- Kitts, .1b' .... 4 1 1 5 1 1 nounc'id that he would start his Olson, lf .... 4 O 1 O O O huge righthander Art Thiel Reeves, 3b ... 1 O O O O 3 against Edgewood on Sunday. Murray, 3b .. 3 O 1 2 1 O Thiel's opponent will undoubted- Williams, rf .. 4 O O 2 O O ly be young Al McCoy, who gave Howard, c ... 4 0 O 10 O O ciefending champion South Prairie Brock, p ... .4 O · O 2 1 O only five hits last week. Totals .... 35 4 6 27 10 6 Elsewhere in the league last * * * week, Lacamas upset Orting 2-3, Spanaway .. 370 000 000-10 and South Prairie edged Edge- Puyallup .... 200 ·ooo 020-4 \vood, 4-5. Pitching Summary Orting's crrnrs handed the deIP HO R ER SO BB cision to Lacamas as a'n three of Brewer .... 9 6 4 4 16 1 the Lacan1ns runs were unearnM Brock ..... 9 7 10 3 10 4 ed. John McDonald scored the clincher in the sixth on a thr6'1ov· ..... .. .. "' ... "' .. "' ing error. South Prairie sql\eezed by II. Edgewood with a ninth ~inning II

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a brother. She t·:tas acc6mpatii:=-d on t.he- t:vip- by-· her- siste~J .-Ivfrs.Franc'.s Melton of Seattle. Their brother pass2d. a Vlay ~h6rtly 8fter theii~·arrival in. l\1aneheBtei:, home of the family. Much time was spent with their 94-yeai·-~ld i,nother, who h~s been iI} a hospital for a lo!lg time b:4t rem~ins. ln e-ood spirits. 1I:r .. Hetdh'S· ._fc?ililV- l.V&\~ visited also \vhi16 they 1-V~re th2rc. His peo .. ple reside in !·Tottingham. Mrs. Heath stat2s that flying weather was fine most of the \Vay;· th2s: i,yt?re_ grotuulEd by fog_ o_nly_ dzj.C_e_. Even_ s:O, she sEl,ys shals gl6\d te>. be ho.me again. $ho;ve~ al,>senie~ ble~s.e.cl event e:hower 'wqs held, )\l[ay lO i\t. the

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home tif Uh:. and M1;s. Ace Mounts of Cai-Lse>11 1'oad_, the e.vent honoring Mrs. Richard :Sim• (Vienna Sal1d) no,•r residing in Washington, .. D:C; where ···'Mr. Bari· is staticned with the U. S. Air Force. The. lovely new home of Mrs. Mounts was !lt.tractively decorated for the occasion; a large s.tork centered the refreshment table from W:hich guests. were s.erved. Games were played and many gi(ts we1·e shown,· th.en Wl'apped to be s.ent to th~ young motherto-be. Sharing th.e pleas"u1t evening we1:e M'esdames liel1ry Lovell, Roy Uelson, Jiri; Bostvvick, J.ames Larson, Ruc!y .Q.eise, Willia!Jl Tharge, Dale Coffey, Sam Bergstrom, Herrold Fav1:e1 William J::Ieiden, G. Gi.\i:lsmr, B.eda Carls.on, Ekharc\ ·:Pullin, Ml!rie liepsol; Lester ·Sane\, Leslie Sand, Six.ten Larson, Ray Hblines, .Geo.

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her daughter Mrs. James Murdock (l~aha), her. husband and two children. 8/Sgt, 1,;i.,1:doc]t is on fttrlc.ugh for 21 dt<ys. ·from Truax Air Force Base at Madison, Wisconsin. While they are hae, Mrs. Padelforcl and family and the lVli.lrdocl: family wiil make a trip to Gardner, ~Vash., to visit 1,vith :IYirs. Pade1ford's mother, Mrs. Faye Works. Grange News The McMillhm Gi;ange drill team put on the 5th dagree at the Fruitland Grange on Friday, May 24 and initiated members into the 5th degree of the Grr;,nge, which ,is the Counts or Pomona Gra11ge. Fl'uitl.al,'ld . Gr11t!g<:! Auxiliqry li<fcld; a s;:wk li1Mh'-'ol). 'lt thei!'. meeii11~ Th1,1rsc\ay; -May 23, at the Fruitland G:range hall. ThE! A u;;iliarY. mee,ts the fourth Thu1•s!lay <:if each month. Women . f1:01P. the · Fruitland Grange that flttended t}Je, pierc~ County Iiiol'IJenmker's meetin Er in Tacoma on Tuesday, May-~21,

IHg Nevis Novi ']".he. followfri.g 8th grade shi. qf. Cen.t.ral Avenue school will graduate Jmie 6: Rose ~ustin, Gsne Arbuckle, Earbara Baxter, Joyce Carlett, Gary Campbell, Kathleen l)i&trich, Te,rry Dawn, ])ale Dt·es,sel, Mar~le.ne E11gstrom1 Carol Escene, Reger Ellis,pn, Jerry Foster, Bill Harbin, Joyce J:l:asgell, Bill Hardt, Gary Hill, Louis Johnsen,. Ray I(empt, Dan Kre.todcvil!, Claudia Lovitte, Peter Musser, Mary Nelson, Ve:tda Olh-e, ,Toannie O'Mara, Joice Orth, Clyde Ruston, Caroline :f?,arnsay, Shirley Reger, Patty Rhodes, Gail Rinehart, Rtmak\ Shaio!Jom1 anc\ Kathy Wenner. Among students who attended de.nt~

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Melco!f, Ray Christensen, Andrew Chi:i.slensen, Frank Baskett; also Miss.es Janna La1•son, Chi•is· til1e Sand, Linda and Susan. Mounts !'Ind the hostesses, Mrs. Andr.ew Larson_,. grandmother o_f the "mother,elect.'' New Arrival A new arrival for Mi·. and Mrs. William M. Elmm·e of 56.05 East Vickery rolld was a da11ihter, Sally Lu, born May 11. She i.s welcom(!d by brothers; Bill and Richard, a:nd· sisters,Ba,rbara and

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Rodger Lo,iitt, Richard. Nelson, Don11a Morris, Lyndia Davidek, Ted Christ, alld James Haverly. 'l'here are prqbably o}hers whose :n S:mes vve do not ha Ve. 1: Son Injured Ml·. and Mrs. Norman Johtl~on of Waller road have been noti· fied of the serious injury of tlieir son, Pfc. Richard Johnson,. who is in the Field Artillery with th2 arzned services in· Germany While in target practice, a priming fuse exploded in his. left hand, Llo\ving off one fing€r and badly injming the other finger•;o, He is in the 9Sth General hospit21 in Nmembur2', Germany. Ward C. Reporter M1·s. · M. S. Rau, GR 8391.

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joy the display of Rhododendrons now in bloom along Hoods .Canal, and also to take in the big exhibit at Port Townsend Saturday, May 25, They visited Mr, and Mrs. Peter Hoogstin and family at the well known Jersey Dairy Farm near Port Townsend. Mrs. Hoogstin is Mi's. Engel's niece. Reporter Mrs. Pearl ,E. Engel, Elbe. The First Marine Aircraft Wing was commissioned on July 7, 1!:).11 at Quantico, Va. This was the first wing in the history of Madne Corps aviation. ·

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The Pierce Cori,;ty.' .Public Library announces the summer schedule of the Bookmobile, starting June 1. This free librarji ifo"rvice for rural areas is for both child10en il:nd adults. During the ':sUrl1ine1'. vacation. period a children's Re,Elding . club is featured, with awards for those who read eight· or m'ore books. The schedule follows. A-3 COLLINS: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays; June 5, i9; July 3, 17;- August. - Vacation: Cui;tis Hatchery. (Moe's) 9:45 - 10:00; Allison: &: Lattri;,,e· (Herman's) 10:05 " 19:25; W;>ller & Allison 10;30 ;; 10:45; Waller Rd. (Anderson's) 10:5() · - 11 :ci5; Waller Ra,·& Colliris 11:10 11:30; Gottfried-Ette'r. & Collins, 11:35 12:10; Collins school, 12:45 - 1:10; Curran & Maple, 1:45 - 1:35; Colli11s Gr(:>cery; 1:45 :2 :20; Collins &

Friends and families of the Clover Creek school 8th graders are invited to attend the gmduation exercises in the school gym Thursday, June 6, at 7:30 p.m. The class valedictorian is Michael Taylor; the salutatorian 1 John McGee. Others in the class are: Richard Ackerson, Carol Anderson, Robert Barker: V'layne Bos, Sharon Dahlseide, Patrick Dalby, Mary Jean Elza, Caroline Holt, Gene Holt, Gerald Hopkins, Judy Macoy, Thelma Mayhak, Sandra Randles, Vicki1 Raynold, Jeanne FATAL CRASH-T/Sgt. Michael J. Suiwak of McChord AFB was Radius, Diana Tvedt, Virginia Van instantly killed Saturday, May 18, when the car in which he was Dyke, Sharon Vorak, MaryAnn riding skidded and overturned on Highway 99 nea.- Pondei·s Corner. Weimer, and Doug Woods. The driver, Aaron Kenner, and another passenger, Michael PenderAll students are asked to be gast, escaped {Vith minor ii1juries. Pierce. County Corone1; Dr. Frank at school the last day, Friday, to Ja111es said Spiwak was partially thrown out a 1·ear window of the car; his head was crushed as the ca1· rolled over and came to rest pick up their report cards. upside down. The accident was inviestigated by . State Patrol Lt. Changes ,Photo hy McKewen we will lose some of the teach- Paul Johnson ers this year. Lee Reeves will .be teaching in Bethel high school; Bert Badham will be teaching in lost earlier, there will be school John Connors is to teach 8th the junior high school at Buck- May 30, beginning one hour latBID CALL I grade at Gilroy, Calif., where his ley where her husband is teach- er aand out at 12:30 p.m, ing agriculture in the high · Clmi'ch Notes Sealer l)tds will: be reo.eived by wife will be a school nurse; Mrs. school. · Franklin ... Pierce. School ·.District The Young. Peopl'c are going Women's Club No. 40Z P. O .. Box 2098, Park- Garden Valley, 2:25 - 2:45; Colto Glendawn May 30 for the The Clover Creek Women's larid, W~shih:gtpn,'tinti'l '3:00 p.m. lins & Woodland, 2:50 - 3:10; Northwest Fellowship meeting. Tµesday, . June 4, 1957, fbr 500 Andraine & Airport, 3:20 - 3:50. club met with Mrs. Nate Peters Hal Webb will be in charge <'.lf May 23, with 12 members preor2 more assorted sizes pupil A-4 SPANAWAY: 1st & 3rd the morning services. There will desks and chairs, Griggs No. 770 Thursdays: June 6, 20; July X, sent. Luncheon was served and be a picnic lunch, 'fun for tho and Griggs No; M700 or equiv- 18; Auyust - Vacatiof!. Spanaway many of the women brought afternoon and an evening service alertt· · 15 teachers'. desks and School 9:15 - 9:40; Spana way articles for the sale. Mrs. Daisy at 7:00. chair~ an'li 1 prineipal's 1desk and (162nd & Park) 9:45 - 10:05; Pratt had charge of the work Daily Bible school is planned chair. Spanaway Loop (Scearce's) program. Next meeting will be for June 10 to 14, beginning at with Mrs. Edward Tennyson SpE?cifications may be exam- 10:10 - 10:30; So. 138th (Holm9:00 a.m. June 6. ined at the Franklin Pierce es's) 10:35 - 10:55; Rademaker P-TA Reporter - Mrs. William DalSchool District office at 112th. Rd. (Wood's) 11:05 - 11:25; The May 15 meeting of the by, GRanite 0163. and Portland Avenue. 172nd & Rademaker (Zirkle's) The District reserves the right 11:30 - 11:50; 174th St. E. (Hum- P-TA featured discussion of to :reject any or all bids and to fleet's) 11:50 - 12:05; Knoble & whether to continue the P-TA or Firemen's Auxiliary waive· informalities in bidding. Nelson (Hagen's) 12:40 - 12:55; form a booster club, Mrs. Fred By· order of the Board of Dir- Frederickson (The Store) 1:00 - Anderson and Mrs. Trav Dryer ectors Franklin Pierce School 1:15; Frederickson (Russell's) spoke on the subject. After many The April meeting of the AsDistri~t No. 402. 1:20 - 1:35; Frederickson (Hed- ideas were exchanged it was de- sociated Ladies Auxiliary of LOUISE D. LYND lund's), 1:40. - 2:00; Greiler Rd. cided to continue as a P-TA Puget Sound Firemen was held in Clerk of the Board (Payne's) 2i15 - 2:40; Military group. Mrs. Wallace Bagley, the the Summit Fire Station No. 1. Published in the Times-Journal Rq. (Smith's) 2:45 ~ 3:00; Ever- retiring president, asked Mrs. Ed The h·io]p of the Asso.ciation May 16, 23, and 30, 1957. 'green & Canyon 3:05 - 3:30; Betts, incoming president, to pre- was asked in preparmg hox side. Brookdale & Tisch 3:40 - 4:00. lunches for the. Field Day activKENDALL HALVORSEN' A-10 ALDERTON-KAPOWSIN: Grange ities at Auburn General Depot Attorney 2nd & 4th Fridays: June 14, 28; The · regular Grange meeting on June 14. July 12,. 26th; August - Vacation. will be held in the hall June 7; 217 Garfield. St. The June 4 meeting of the AsPaddand,. Washington So. 138th & Mt. Hiway 2:10 - all members are urged to be presociation .will be held at North In The Superior . Court _of the 2:30· 102nd & Sheridan 2·40 - sent, State of Washington in and ' . · Puyallup, Pierce County District Do-It-Youvself Show for the .County of Pierce. 3:00; 99th & Yakima 3:05 : 3:25; No. 11, at 8:00 p.m. A special No. 132325 Harvard (84th & Golden G.) The May 22 Preschool meeting election for a new corresponding SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION 3:35 - 4:00, had quite a program. After the secretary will be held as Alice · BETTY JAN_E !VIARTIN, B-7 KAPOWSIN SCHOOL - opening skit, "Spring Fantasy," Robertson had to resign. Plaintiff HWY. 99: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays: put on by the preschool childAn in'teresti11g movie v,rae vs. June. 11, 25; uly - Vacation; ren, the Do-It-Yourself style shown at the Summit meeting ELDRED LELAND MARTIN, August 13, 27. Gould Rd. (Ken- show presented an array of love· about the drills held at the Navy STATE §;fe;AstrNGTON TO nard's) 9:45 - 10:05; Kapowsin ly outfits m':de in the homes of 15ase a few years ago. THE SAID ELPRED · tELANb Grade School 1?:10 - 10:30; Mc- those entermg them. Thi;> atMartin, DEFENDANT: Donald & Davis Rds .. 10:.35 - ti·active models were Karen and When Sergeant James Maguire You are,, hereby summoned to 10:5.5; McDonald & Ortmg -Kap- Sharon Granich, dress and coat; joined the Na val aviation camp appear within sixty (6,0) days owsm Roads 11:05 - 11:25; Bath Linda, Viola, Vickie and Katie after the date of the first publi- Roa.d (Bank's) 11:30 - 11:45; Lindbo, suits; Cindy Morris, at Annapolis, Md., as a mechanic cation. of this summons, to wit, Thrift 11:50 - 12:05; .Thrift Exten- nightgown; Sue Groverner dress on Nov. 6, 1912, he became the within sixty (6()) days after the ,sion Rd. 12:45 - 1:00; McGee with matching coat, also Hawai- first enlisted man in Marine " 23rd day of M~y, ;t_957, ll11;d d~- Home 1:10 - 1:35. . ian outfit sent her from the Corps aviation. fend the above-entitled action m. B-L CLEAR LAKE - MERID- Isl d · Cl 1,· F · t the above,entiled court, and . .. · . .. an s, 1; ~ 10mm, par Y answer the ¢6mplaint of the IAN.. 1st & 31d M;ondays. ,Jun,; ~ress; Mrs. I~ahta Mead_ and J'.'n" plaintiff, and serve·a copy of your 3, :l.7, JulJ:' -. Vacation August '" ice .and Sheila, matching skirts answer upon . thE? . undersigned 19. A. Christianson Rd. (Wood's) and blouses; Mrs. Margie Vorak, attorney 'at ri'iS . office below 9;50 - 10:05; Clear Lake Rd. (Fm·- dresses; Mrs. Barbara LaMarr stated; and in case of your fail- ro's) 10:10 ~ 10:30; Clear Lake and Denise and Stevie, mother, ure so to do,· judgment will be Rd. (Finch's) 10:35 - 10:50; Clear daughter and son set. re11dered against you according Lake Rd (Palmer's I 11 ·05 Tl h bb d· I · 1 d d BEDDING PLANTS to ~he demand of ~he co:r:iplaint, l1 :15; Cl~ar Lake 11:20 - i1:40·. f'b. lefl . ~ . Yb . .;);1: a{ ·1i1-nc uJ e. GERANIUMS which has been filed with the .• " ' J J e . O\\ e1 s Y . ls. 1 ian asFUCHIAS clerk of said court. Go 1den Rd. (Peters) 11:4" .'" person and Mrs. June Brunston; That the cause of action herein 12 :o 5 ; Clear Lake Rd. (Dob1- dolls and doll clothes, Mrs. Bruce OPEN EVENINGS is for a Decree of Divorce, on the ash'~(. 12:10 - 12:20; Kapowsin & Grnverner; collection of 50 dolls, SEVEN DAYS A· WEEK grounds of cruelty,. burdensome Mer;c!ian 12:55 - 1:15; Carlson & Mrs, Kalila Dalby. home life, non support, and ne- Me:·1dian 1:20 - 1:50; Graham School Events 11017 South Ainsworth glect of supporting the family, (Duh Rovin) 2:00 - 2:20; 9th May 29-8th grade cruise; regand abandonment of over one Extension Rd. 1 (Reitz's) 2:35 _ year.. . 3:00; Meridian & Hemlock 3:05 - istration for kindergarten and 1st KENDALL 0. HALVO~S~N 3:20; Bingham Rd. (Trish's) 3:35- grade, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at scho61. June 1-Littlc League Base· . Attorney fol:" the plamtiff 3:55. VBGKJ z &11 3 ball clinic at high school. Offwe and Post Office Address: 217 Garfield Street 14 June 4-7th and. 8th grade P.O. Box 2456 B-2 ELK PLAIN - Mcii:ENNA: party at school, 7:30 to 10:00 pm. Parkland Branch 1st & 3rd Tuesdays. June 4, 18; June 5-School picnic at BenTacoma 44, Washington July - Vacation; August 6, 20. bow lake, all day. Published in the Times-Journal Ht. Highway Service 9:30 - 9:50; June 6-draduation at 7:30 p. May 23, 30; .June 6, 13,. 20, 27, Elk Plain Grange 9:55 _,10:15; W. 1957. D. Meyers Rd. (Mill) 10:20 - 111. June 7-:Last · day of school, ANNON w. .MAY 10:40; Brown & Eihler (Draper's) 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Attorney :'10:45 - 11:00; Muck-Kap. Rd. To make up one of the days 110'7 PSN Bank Bldg. · (Landgrebe's) 11:05 -1 11:20; In the Superior Court of the Muck-Rap. Rd, (Jupiter's) 11:25- ~.,,.....,..,,....,......,._ _ _ _ _--:, State of Washington in and for 11:40; Springtown Rd. (Boyles') the Cou\lty of, fii;rce. 12:05 - 12:1?: The Pines 12:55 HOME SERVICE S UN~ ~2~3i. S 1:15; Mt. Highway <Asmussen's) OUR SPECIALTY Also Cqmmercal Installations JOHi'J LAURENCE and RUTH l: 2 0 - 1,:30; Hawk.:-Peterson Road Dr. L. H. Thurmond LAURENCE, husband and wife, (Crooms)_ 1:45 - 2:00~ McKenna DEAN'S GLASS Plaintiffs Home 2:1:> - 2:45; McKenna Post .. Office 2:50 _ 3:10; Roy Hwy. , 13021 Pacific GR 5661 ~ VS Complete Visual Service LINO A. DUNMIRE and MAR- HarJacher's) 3:20 - 3:40. . JORIE DUNMIRE, husband Tues. thr.u Sat: 9:30 to 6:00 and wife, FENCING Closed Monday Defendants. Designers and Builders Evenings by Appointment The. State of Washington' to EXPERT WORKMANSIDP the said LINO A. DUNMIRE and REASONABLE PRICES Phone GR 4460 MARJORIE DUNMIRE, husband Weekly Easy Monthly Payments and wife: · · Garbage Collectiou 11316 PACIFIC AVENUE You are hereby summoned to Blk. So. of Parkland Br. Bank appear within sixty days after Phone GR 8688 81th & Pac. Ave. HI 9515 the date of the first publication of tl;tis summons to. wit, within sixty aays after. the 16th day of May. 1957, a·nd qefend the above entitled action in .the. above entitled . Coui:t, and answer the Complamt 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 rendered agaihst you aceording to the demand of the Complaint, which has been filed with the . -.-·.\ 1This feed for Extra Profit. Even though the sea&on is Clerk of said Court. 4t'":... Triangle you how, you r:an .•pee.cl up. This action is instituted for .~( :,-:1'<a.Ji..~t gro.,.,th of your ch1~ks •.. m plenty of ume for a good start 1n the purpose of securing Judgment against the. defendants for moriey l.!of. ./o...r.· • °'h ... {;:·)ih'' . the laying house thl.·s Fall. 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