Page 1

I It was a proud . and happy real playground. Pierce County ized in the future as various moment Monday when a deed to. ;,viii now match, in labor and use phases of the playground. require the property. being used· for the of equipment, the ·efforts of th<: development. Parkland playground was signed community and the project T th osc w h o Iia ve d e d'1ca ta d by Henry Gonyea. The event s h ould a d vance muc h faster than th o t h -d . • emse1ves o t. e p 1aygroun climaxed four yzars of planning in the past. Originally a Parkland Busi-. ideal th_ese_ past lour year~, the and work and marked the ful· t,, th e war 1{ soon actual s1gnmg of the deed 1s not fillment of the dreams of all who ness Cl u b proJeC J: _ • • · d the co-operat'ion o f many the .end oc the matter-it. 1s only have hoped to provide in the c1aime Parkland area suitable recrea- other groups _ Parkland Area ~,milestone. NOW, they declare, tion facilities for youngsters an<l Kiwanis club, Junior Chamber of its really up to the people to Commerce, Pacific Avenue South prove themselves, to press .on grown-ups. The .idea of the Parkland play- Ll·0 ns cI u b , p arkl an d A c t'·1ve toward the goal: . · . A well eqmp. ground had such appeal to Mr. club, Altrusa club, Parkland Fire ped spot prov1dmg opp?rtumty Gonyea when presented to him Department and many other for whole~ome recre~t10n for four years ago, that he offered groups and individuals. Even- men, women and ch1~dren . of the .tract of land, some 13 acres, tually the active management of :f'.arkland and surroundmg d1stpromising to deed it for recrea- the playground became the net. tion purpo~es as soon as people prnvince of the Parkland Park The leaders. point out that of the vicinity had demonstrated Board, a group made up of one there can be no lagging now, no their interest by providing cer- representative froJt each of the turning back. The project will neccssary improvements. sponsoring organizations, a plan never be completely finished beNow satisfied that the project which has been very successful cause ideas grow faster than acwould be carried. on as orii;,inal- in promoting the recreation complbhment; there will always ly planned, and with continuing project. be something to he done . . . improvement, Mr. Gonyea signed Last year's Playground-in-a- just ahead . . . just beyond. But the. lease by which ownership in Day feature focused the attcn- nothing stimulates community property will rest with Pierce tion of hundreds of people on interest and co-operation like a County, the land to be used only the plan and brought contribu- challenging need, and Parkland for the purposes stated. tions of materials and work from has contracted for a big slice of By this arrangement, ·the ·peo- ·jndividuals and contractors too future planning and work which ple of the area are no longer numerous to mention. Similar should keep folks busy for years ·alone in their efforts to build a community efforts will be organ-

Vacation Bible Course Starts 17th

The general theme of the Vacation School this year is "Wider Relationships," acquainting the children with the work of Christ and His Church in all life's widening relationships.

C. C. A1.1xiliary To Meet Friday The regular meeting of the An,erican Legion Auxiliary of Clover Creek Post No. 118 will be held Friday. June 14, at 8:00 p. in. in the Legion hall in Spanaway. The president urges all members to be present to elect new officers of their choice for thB coming year,

AUCTION Sunday, June 16th, 1 p.m. \Ye're going to clear the floor!

U .. B

SAVING MART

the graduation cruise of the Franklin Pierce high school class of 1957 was made on schedule and was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Milton R. Davidek and Mrs. J. H. Smith, co-chairmen for the affair, wish to thank the many who helped, including Mesdames Gerald Van Beck, Virgil Bergh, Casper Irish, Vernon Casey,A. J. Spearman, Robert Irving, Paul Dybvik, F. W. Traill, and Bruce Barner; also the Lions club, the Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Dryer, Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, Orville Weeks, the Standard Grocery Co., Northwest Sausage Co. the Pierce County Sheriff's office and tho Tacoma Police Department. Chaperones for the event were Messrs and Mesdames Robert E .. Boyes, Casper Irish, R. E. Sharp, A. S. Bpmbardier, Floyd W. Ayers; George W. Rolstad, Geo. Rau; Mesdames John VI. Schorn-

,AT

BROOKDAl. E LUMBER COMPANY "The Handy-Mans Headquarters" Kiln Dried

Spoiled Children get punished eventually . . . they grow up & become parents! FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS Canv'1s Oxfords 1 • • • • • • • $2.99 Camp Moccasins ...... $3.99 Romeo's .............. $4.!J!J Washable Foam House · Slippers •........... $4.29

PAUljS SHOES

1x4 flooring .. le For under linoleum

No. 1

Each

8' 2x4s

~'~~~?dca!1ing

1'.

~?'.] ~~

thorough and gentle . . • we always givf: delicate colors cxll'.a care lo keep them vivid and new, looking. Try our 'better service soon.

PARKLAND CLEANERS

• • • • 24e 6 FOOT

GARDE'N STAKES Only

le: ea. Adjustable

Window Screens from 90c to $1.20 Each

SCREEN DOORS All Sizes FREE ESTIMATES ON INSTALLING Use Our Revo!vi11g Charge Plan (You1.~

EVER SEE APRETTY JUST FADING 1J, ~~

Per Ft.

E Grade

Today's Luff • .. • • •

167th & Pacific · Spanaway Next to Bargain Basket

12603 Pacific Avenue

SHOP & SAVE

Container)

Ga1.

Paint Thi11r111M' • 49c r~r

Sack

Mix • $1 Per Sack

Mastr.m Mix • $1.25 Ready to Use. Just Add Water

Everything in Plumbing and

Electrical


SUNDAY JUf~E 16th

R'

· ..

e

..

..

Iii

Iii!

'i.

G

Ill

~ i,, , ·~,,,,

. ..

IT'S .GOOD

m

CUT \4/ITH POCKET FOR DRESSING

rest o' Veal .... 1&. c Lb., I Roast .... Lbm I Lb . I Li·verteak .. Lb. 79c f ...... Lb.~~(

CHOICE MILK FED

.. RUM'P OR

L~RGE

LOIN CUT Ill

B

II

Ill

Ill

1111

Ill.

CHO'ICE M!LK FED 'LOIN STORE HOURS 8 A.M.. 1ltl

9 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS

Ill

E JUICE

·ffe

Instant ;. '·:·~''OL u,;. Zm

"'

46a.Oz . Tins

MINUTE MAID

MAXWELL HOUSE .

P'E CT IN

mma 'Pkgm

&

Ill

5~Lbs .

G

~nDDS

CHO'ICE MHJ< FED

LIMITED

SUPPLY Ill

LEG 'O VEAL

Ill

BREAD 'EM THEY"R:E GOOD


• IS

L

t

t

FORMERLY MALCOM'S

. . . 48c

Pound

Whole or Shank Half

SMOKED HA.MS

Pound

. . . . . . 25c Lb.

BEEF LIVER

Pound

Shoulder

GROUND ROUND • • 49c

.RIB STEAK •••••• 41c

Pound

Pound

Country

PORK SA.USAGE • • 3/89c Pound

Lean

GROUN'D BEEF • • • • 25c SAVE! For your freezer

25-Lbs.

B E E F ••••••• $9.95 Ill

J !~~;g !rang~rs nonor raren1s

SIRLOIN STEAK • • • • 59c Pound

SLICED BACON • • • 41c Pound

By The Half For Your F1·eezer.

B E E f • . . • • . • • 34c

BEEF SLAUGHTERING

All Cuts Included $5.00 A HEAD $

10903 CANYON ROAD At SUMMIT VIEW Phone LEnox 7-8258

Open: Tuesday thru Saturday, 9 a.m. Till 6 p.m.

Thursday, June 13, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

Page 3

n;JIME~NA[

and Inez Bergheim. The bride attended Aquinas Academy. The new home will be made in Tacoma following a honeymoon in California. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan LE 7-8545.

ADDRESS P. 0. BOX 2008, PARKLAND. WASHINGTON 119th and Pacific Avenue Phone LEnox 7-0223

Graham News

JACK BROWN .................................... PUBLISHER NEVA T. HONEYWELL .............................•.. EDITOR ., G hOB WARREN.································· .ADV. MN R. ESTH,;;R , GODDARD· · · · · · · · · · · ". · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .ADVERTISING LOU!., SPRY ..... · · · · .. · ... · · · · · · · • · · · · • · · • • ·SPORTS EDITOR F:ENNETH POTTLE ................... SHOP SUPERINTENDENT VJ'ES McKEWEN ............................. PHOTOGRAPHER

The Grandmothers Sunshine club No. 250 will meet at the home of Mrs. L. Pressnall, with Mrs. V. Selle as co-hostess, on . Friday, June 14, with luncheon at 12:30 o'clock. There will be a bake sale after the meeting. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnham of Worthing, Minn., io visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jenkins. Best Wishes Friends and neighbors are sorry to hear that Dick Lorenz is confined to St. Joseph's hospital because of injuries. Best wishes, Dick. Also best wishes to Mrs. Ken Gardener, hurt in a fall recently. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jenkins are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a new granddaughter, born Tuesday, June 4, to Mr . and Mrs. Sam Jenkins Jr. who live at Renton. Rebekah Kapowsin Rebekah Lodge will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, June 18, at 8:00 p.m. at the Masonic hall, Mrs. E .. Tinius presiding. This will be the last meeting until September. Bible School A Vacation Bible school under the direction of Mrs. Levere Gray will be held at th.e Graham Grange hall beginning Monday, June 17 and continuing until June 28. Classes wm be held daily except Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock. All boys and girls of the community are welcome: 'UOS[&N eill}l 'SJW: .ta:µodi3U VI 7-7640.

as a Legal Publication under Chapter 213 of the LegisActs of the 1941 Regular Session of the State of Wash.

u:

Delivered free by

S. Mail to all homes in the trade territory.

Pv.id subscriptions elsevvhere! in Wash. State $2.50 per year; outside the state, $3.00 per year.

ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST MJDLAND .

Midland Scouts H Set

'fl18 ~,,,1cll an d cu b 8c cou t s, p ac.k ?"1. will have their baseball . w m. ·l . . , .. _ h''-'·e t us . F11day, June 14, at ~. . -, !i:.oO p.m. m the Harvard . . school ynrrl, weather perm1ttmg. Dur· l h 1_11.-~. t 1e stunmer mont s more I d t b gtunes are p_anne , o e h e ld on the second and fourth Fridays, G::3o p.m. at Harvard. All the Cu lte: and their families are welcome to 1.he games, which are };art of the summer time recreation program for the Cub Scouts. Boy Scouts Thcc Midland Boy Scouts, 'Trnop 84, parents' mocting was held lnst W cdnesday evening with Mr. Howie Snowden presiding as chairman. A group of 19 parents attended . the meet. :p] ans were discussed for an overnight Camp Out to be hel_d June 22 and 23 at the Bald Hill Lnkc; Camp on the Wc-werhaeuser land. Their Court of Honor was b0ld recently wilh Camporee Segments, IC-Bar Segments and Sn~w Camp Segments awarded. R.on and Donald Snowden were presented their two-year pins and Mike Gural received a Cooking Merit Badge and also made Star Scout. Hmura - RediI<g Nuptial Mass in Sacred Heart church united Miss Virginia Hmura, daughter of Mrs. John Gatto and Sebastian Hmura, and Raymond Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding. The Reverend William Lane was celebrant at the impressive double ring ceremony. The bride wore a snowy medallion lace gown with a white satin underskirt. She wore pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Her Jullet cap was studded with sequins and pearls and the illusion veiling cascaded to hc1· fingertips. She carried a white prayer book topped with a white orchid, stephanotis and strea111ers. Miss Marjorie Kean was maid of honor and wore a gown of

Ycnum'•I ·do belier. on

do silllfeet .

·f t '

·

(Work ud ploy !better;

nile green. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Seeman of Mokelumne Hill, California, and Mrs. Charles Mexiner of Renton, both nieces of the bride, who wore white tulle over nile green tafcarried bfoa.k t The0 f attendants . . . as ·e s carnat;ons m pm_k tones. John Redmg was his b ro th er ,s b es t man an d Th om.as H u ff an d F' ranc1s · R e d.ing ush ere d . J I H th l' o 1n aga1a · e voca ISt was . d' b y M rs. E' . A. accompame L d hl h un a on t e organ. After the Mass, breakfast was served in the New Yorker to the wedding party and the reception was helrl in the afternoon in the Hil'.odale Community club hall. Presiding at the reception were Mesdames Benjamin Kosenski, Chris Grieman, Leonard Kosenski, Thomas Huff, John Talik, Milton Piper, Francis Reding, the Misses Laura Piper, Joan Hebert, Jeanette Kean, Nancy LeBlanc and Mr. Leonard Kosenski. The bride was graduated from St. Leo's high school and her husband, a Bellarmine graduate, is a junior at St. Martin's college. They will establish their home in Tacoma after a weeklong honeymoon in Canada. Stumpf - Emer The Reverend Andrew Prouty officiated at the June 1 wedding ceremony at St. John of the Woods church which united Miss Eva Stumpf, daughter of Mrs. John Klein of Seattle, and Mrs. John Erner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Erner of Wisconsin. The altar was banked with baskets of g!ado!i," stock, snapdragons and peonies. Miss Kathleen Corrigan provided the organ music and Miss Sharon Corrigan was the vocalist. Given in marriage by her brother, Robert Stumpf, the bride wore a gown o[ chantilly lace and tulle over satin. A lace crown trimmed with sequins and pearls caught the fingertip-length illusion veiling. The bride carried a white prayer book with an orchid and pink 'garnet rosebuds. Miss Margie Stumpf was maid of honor for her sister. She wore a yellow crystalette gown with matching pumps and picture hat. Other attendants were Mrs. Joe Wittman, Mrs. Jack Wittman and Mrs. Fred Luquette. Jack Stumpf was best man and Joe Wittman, John Wittman and Fred Luquette ushered. A buffet luncheon was enjoyed by 400 guests at the reception at the Midland Improvement club hall. Assisting at the reception were Mesdames Merle Murphy, Thomas Midal,Susan Rasmussen

,Relm.t oil sfoep better. lbok wd feel better ~ !T

.

Day!

-~

\Yes, you will do bette.r oti" Medosweet. There's moro zestful energy in each glass.

:Farm-fresh flJld flavor-rich, it'a. natttre's most nellrly perfect j .food. Authorities agree you i :need three ~es of milk 11 ~ da:y ... but you'll want mru:e:I ' . !••• much more .•. whC?.__ i.t'11

Medo.f:Weet.

·· '

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

McAuley Summit ·Drugs

EDITOR'S NOTE -

All prnperly SUMMIT . . •

signed Letters to the Editor will be printed a9 submitted, excepting deletions oE portions which might be conR

sideced libelous. It is not the purpose of the Tim~s-Journal to take sides in controversial questions; the Letter Box is designed merely to permit the exR pression of opinions of _readers con• cerning matters of local interest.

To the Editor: Now that the communists, gangsters, tax evaders and all the other law breakers have succeeded in destroying the work of the F.B.I. thru this latest un-American ruling of the supreme court, isn't it about time the people of the country. woke up and impeach every member of that court who voted for this last damnable ruling by this most disgraceful body of men who swore to uphold our Constitution? Imagine waiting for a warrant befoJ·e the F.B.I. can arrest a dope peqdler who is making a ."contact" or turning over all evidence so p&instakingly gathered by the F.B.I. to every enemy of our country just because he asks for it. If this ruling is let stand then no man, woman nor child will ever again be safe from these criminals. They will laugh at the law and all law enforcement officers who are already too handicapped to do the work of cleaning up vice and crime. It should be a first on the list of duties of every citizen to write their Congressmen and Senators to over rule this dastardly ruling of our Supreme Court of injustice, and demand the impeachment of every justice who voted for this ruling. I have bee nboiled up many times by the many betrayals we have suffered within the last thirty years but THIS last ruling is the worst of all. Mabel McGuire Melius

Emaammmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmnanmsammmmmmmn•mma DAIRYMEN e ~;; FOR ECONOMICAi., THRIFTY CALVES

GRADE A CALF MILK-REPLACER! ~!HJ

AU YOIJR M!l.I{ !

8 GALVANIZED PAILS a 20 MILLIGRAMS AUREOMYCIN PER LB. • NO MILK NECESSARY AFTER COLOSTRUM Iii ECONOMICALLY PRICED s OVH 50~ MILK SOLIDS

8.IJY YOUR

GRADE A AT1

lli!'D

Awards G·iven To Outstanding Two We are proud to report that awards to the outstanding boy ahd girl in the graduating class at Central Avenue school went to Dan Kratochvil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kratochvil, of 10515 Central Ave., and Claudia Lovitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lovitt of 104th St. The young people and their parents and Mr. Colton, Central Avenue school principal will be honored guests at a dinner given by the Kiwanis club when Dan and Claudia will receive certificates of merit; also a plaque with their names, to be hung at the school. Vacation Plans Rodger Lovitt, of the 1957 class at Franklin Pierce, will spend the summer at Elbe work-. ing in the Department of Natural Resources. Marvin Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bush and a student at the University of Washington.. will be working in the office of a large canning company at Pilot Point, Alaska. To New Home Mr. and Mrs, Emil Beyer have moved to their new home at Purdy and their son Emil and his wife are living in their home on 103rd St. Pastor To Stay We are glad that Rev. and Mrs. John Besant have· been returned to serve another year in the Summit Methodist church. Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, LE 7-8391.

When a woman suffers in sel"Why is the old gander so saq?" ence, s~e is alone-and the tele"Somebody cooked his goose." phone is out of order.

Airport & Canyon Roads LEnox 7-0668

Guaranteed To Satisfy

The Fruitland Juvenile Grange put on a combination Mother and Father's Day program at the regular meeting of the Fruitland Grange on Friday night, June 7. Nora and Walter Templin, Teddy mid Cathy Mullins, Susan VanEtten, Marsha Hoffman, Christy CordBs and Janet Swalander each recited a Mother or Father's Day poem. Janet Swalander· played the piano and sang "Beautiful Dreamer." Cathy Mullins played a violin solo, "Evening Hymn." Barrie Greene was master of ceremonies. The Juveniles awarded the leather tooled purse to Gerald Sorensen, from Sumner. Mr. Sorensen is the Assistant Steward of the Pamona Grmige. Following the children's program, Mr. Shields, from the telephone company in Seattle, gave a talk on telephone systems past, present and future which was very enlightening and interesting ·denoting the great strides in progress up to now and the plans for the future. Mrs. Geo. Fisher, Grane Lecturer, reported that Art Greene, leade1' of' !t-Fi Ccimmnnity workers, will bring his 4-H youngsters for the program at the next meeting of the Fruitland Grange. IP-TA Luncheon Those present at a, luncheon at the Top of the Ocean Tuesday, June 4, for members of Woodland P-TA were Ida Cardwell, Iris Challander, Dorothy West, Ellen Coker, Gladys Duce, Alvina Fueston, Muriel Harrington, Betty Snider, Bernice Harbor, Sis Ward, Betty Hamilton, Mrs. Robert Schaeffer, Mrs. W. R. Grass, Buzz Denny, Elaine Runkel, Margaret David, Sue Dillion, Edna Westman, Flora Ruyle, Maude Swalander, Meg Harbor, 'Jane Fitzsimmons, Sarah Hopkins, Marcella Geisert and Mae Eldston. Boy Scouts Boy Scout Troop· 174 learned a lot about camping techniques on their Camporee at Rhode lake the week end o[ May 24. The boys cleared the brush, built their own camp sites as well as rotated with the cooking for the three days. It was the biggest Camporee in the history of the Valley Mountain District with some '100 present. An award for participation was won by our boys. Those present at the Camp with Geo. Newcomer as their Scout Master and Bill Newcomer were Raymond Kerbs, Erwin Spencer, Jimmy Strong, Claude Hubbard, Dale Stole, Terry Storm, Leslie Ulrich, ·Geo. Derring, Tommy Grass and Bob We.st. Mr. Newcomer and his troop would like to remiI1d the Wo_odland residents that they -are still collecting newspapers as well as selling boxes of assorted cards and writing paper to build up their treasury to help send the boys to Camp Hahobas in July for a week. If you have .a stack o[ newspapers or wish to buy some of their cards or writing paper you can call their Scout-

·MMI"'I Irll!EED cd•

.;;;lllY

Enann & Canyon Rds.

_ LE 'l'-"136.

•••••••••••••••••••58amEBllLlllBBBBBBBBBBBDBBBBBBI

master, Mr. Newcomer, at TH 5-6811. Birthday Supper Eleven were present at a birthday supper given May 31 in honor of Linda Duce on her 10th birthday. The girls played games and the supper was followed by ice cream and a birthday cake with candles. The girls present were Cindy Woods, Carol Badham, Judy England, Linda Tribbey, Juli Bassi, Peggy Ward, Chl'isty Cotdes, Diana Campbell, Cathy Mµllins, Shirley and Karen Duce. Home Again Ed Swalander came home Friday June 7 from two weeks reserve training with the Navy.

Party Juli Bassi had a last day of school party at her home for the 4th grade girls of Mrs. Daily's room at VVoodland school VVednesday, June 5. There were games with prizes, followed by a hot dog supper and ice cream. Those present besides the hostess were Nancy Wooley, Linda Duce, Clara Hensley, Myrna Hensley, Patsy Holliday, Christy Cordes, Diane Starke!, Penny McLean, Conne Stole, Patty Snider, Peggy Ward, Nancy Brooks, Diana Campbell, Mary Temus and Cathy Mullins.

Four new members that joined Mrs. Alma Kcil's 4-H group at a meeting at Buelah Hoffman's A baby shower was given for on Tuesday night, June 4, were Mrs. Melvin Deµny at the Swens- Janet Swalander, Peggy Ward, Shower

RIGHT with these

\

\

HUNT'S

46wOZ. TINS

JUI

I

FOR

All

PKOS.

FLAVORS

VIET

16a0z. Can:s

1 Betty Cr.ocker

Large AA Nest Fresh

40-0z. Pkg.

BISQUIC

CANS

1

EGGS

39c

r----------,

GERBER'S STRAINED

l AStC ro-a l'Alltlt.OUS N~W-. I 1•auNBURGER." I

:

C

l BABY FOOD

R.ECI PE

l...-~-.....,~---'-'""i11!1l __.J

H

I 3/39c ggc

SUGAR

DUTCH MAID

12 Cans

I

MARGARINE

Tan Tins

Don't Forget DAD On His Day Sunday June 16th. We Carry His Favorite Beverage. Candy and Tobacc:o•

&:

Powdered

I made wa& better-breftd"mg f I CARNATION MJLK I

I 5·Lbs. For •• ,.

2 1·lb. pkgs.

ftftcl

~l::C

FRESH SMOKED SANDWICH

39c RED SNAPPER lb. 2 lb111 33c c p 0 T R0 AsT GROUND BEEF • • • 3..1bs111~ 89c BOLOGNA

D

Ill

Ill

Ill

II

• ·1b11

Ill

Ill

Ill

Ill

g

a

B

g

Ill

Ill.

lb111

m m

lb111

FRESH

GRAIN FED YOUNG STEER BEEF

Sunkist

lb.

LEMONS

Ill

Ill

Ill

Jumbo

CANTELOUPES

g

Ill

I

LI:>. Ill

c

SIRLOIN STEAK •

c

UND STEAK T-B0 NE sTEA I(

!!!!

a

TO;·asTiO Es~b: I

c

.

I

111

111

B

lb.

5 &

.

Sundays 9:00 Till 7:00

NECCHI • ELNA CO. ---

1111

SARDINES

Store Hours:

JU 8-2331

II

Reg. Flat Cans

Home Trials & Sewing Lessons Rentals and r.ervice on all makes of machines. Many used reconditioned machines at. low prices. Portables from $9.95. -Easy terms, liberal trade-in allowances.

Lakewood Center

Ill

Admiral

AIRPORT & CANYON ROAD

Lakewood

Karen Swensrud and Patty Snider. There will be other girls joining in October. Their next meeting will be July 2. Visitor Mrs. Nan Padelford's mother, Mrs. Faye Works from Gardiner, Wash., is visiting at the Padelford home this week. Reporter-Mrs. J. G. Mullins, TH 5-8621.

4-H Meeting

NECCHl.. ELNA Sewing Machines

FR Ii&E9E

f

rud home by Betty Brown, .Si~ Ward, Betty Hamilton and Evelyn Swensrud. Those present aside from the hostesses and guest of honor were Sue Dillon, Lois Bender, Bernice Harbor, Kay Krueger, Barbara Haines, Margaret David, Barbara Junk, Louise Shuster, Elaine Runkel, Ellen Coker, Mrs. Burn Bergmeir, Mrs. Denny, Sr., Iris Challender, Leona Seydell, Maryln Wylum, Mrs. Butler and daughter Patsy, Gerry Frederick and Betty White.

EFFECTIVE PRICES THURS., FRI. & SAT.

nus

Lots Of Free Parking Space

WEEK


Poor

~ld Bi~dbrain!

l~a.qibig!

If he wou!i;i

He';;

bought his house. thr·;.:iugh

SUBURBAN REALTY here PARKLAND wouldn't have tt·0>11l:>les! That shadr , heughi: .fro-m . those slickers should have

ln

ail

to1n dl:),wp., but they him it wafi a bargain. kJrw:wsi now, i~ pay; to PARKLAND!

IB

.,

!I

Ore., sp~nt several days visiting

her soq-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartles. Mi·.. and . Mrs, John Frasor

Canyon Road 18 ..Gra duate .A ·. t . ,J Ill L n I . . L uaruen "dJu. uue 1!10 Ullhda ."res1 . ·

·

·

~

~

• ·· · ·· ' · ·· · ·· · The Canyon Road Garden club. v;ill hold its regular meeting June 19 at 7:30 p. m. in th\" Community hall, Ea~t j'lOth and Canyon road. The program highlight will be a talk . on "How to Grow Iris.es" by a local grower. Hqstesses will be Hannah Hultq.uist and Anna Eldred. Officers for. the coming Year !'lre: Pre:;ident, Carrie Hall; vice president, Adeline Smith; secre· tary, ;;'.:enobia Hansen; tr.el1S\lrer, A!ma Peake; program chaii·man, Frances Rice. Community Club The regµlar meeting of the Canyon Road Community club will be held· Thursday, June 13, at 8:00 p. m. in the Community hall.

Bags

2/15c

!I. . .

"

... '

The principal event of the we·ek was the Columbia Crest 8th grade graduation in which 18 boys and girls .1:ec.eived .. their. diplomas which wiH entitle them to enter high school this fall. Good music was rendered by lI).embers of the class, including band selections and solo numl:iers op cornet, clarinet and flute. Ray Bright g:ive the ~ddress to the .cl~ss, usmg as his theme, "Trammg and Judgment." Mrs. Alberta· ·Barb~ls pr'isented ~he aw11rds and class yresentation an.d ~aster Bormev1lle awarded the diplomas. , . The class, mne boys and mne girls, includes Dennis Anderson, Art Freed, Frank Gunther, Wally Ingram, David Jones, Stanley Lee, Gordon Miller, Daile Sharp, Jenney Snell, Nancy Augden, Sandra Bellis, Iris Gregerson, Betty Inwards, Susanne Kramer, Linda Lewis, Eva Nordstrom, Rhoda Pappajohn and Ruth Peterson.

have. returned home from a very pleasar;.t. tri~ .to visit relaLiy<;,, and friends m Wenatchee, Spokane, lewiston and other places. BilI LaRoche of Nampa, Idaho, a college stuilent, has com" to spend his varn:>tion with Mr: and Mrs. Amos LaRochc. Other guc:;t,, at the LaRoche home last week were Mrs. Daisy Osborne, Nels Wassen and Mr. and M;·s. Phillip Bentrud and their children, all of Seattle, old'-time friends. The sun and scenery were enjoyed fit Mineral Lake Sun<fay along with visiting and the sharing from a table piled high with gooji fqod. Those picnicking together we;:e Mr. and Mrs. ,Jo(;] Olson and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnson o! Riverside, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swanson of Waller Road. Also presettt were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Chamberla.in cif Tacoma, Mr. and Jl/Irs. Ray Fisk, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fisk and children of Elbe. ·R.,,porte1·-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, E!b.e.

man .Jimmy.

GP!NG!

GOING!

®

DRESS SHIRTS

€!> @l

EllDllElllllllliSE!::al!;:ll

@

4)

0 0 @

e BELTS

e HANDKERCHIEFS

BOB AVITT'S

SheH Service

I

e SOCKS

•· CUFF LINK SETS Nice Assortme11t

u?.e··saving

ii

Bfrthday A joint birthday party was celebrated last Friday by Suzanne Hobbs, 10, and Gay Ostrom, 9. Joining in the games and re· freshments and wishing them a happy birthday were Susan Smith, Gale Blickendorfer, Judy Harshman, Kathy Schusk, Sherry "" .,. · Folk, Julie Hobbs and two Kathy m Hoffmans. Happy Birthday, girls! Reporter - Mrs. John Folk, II 11 LE 7-5801. E

133rd AND PACIFIC AVENUE l!I

Ill

11!11

llfl

STORE

ariety

m

mi

m s

m

11!111

Im

ED

1!!:11

Fishing Tackle

o Camp Stoves 111

a.

KEEP YO(BR FAMU... V

• Ice Chests

PRICED LESS THAN

e t'ower Tools "i\t1i~~..~

I I

SO. EN'D PUJ'MBING & HARDWARE

CAREFULlY PREPARED

etlier •

in a family group photograph you wil1 all like

as much as you like each other.

Be tog:jether always

STUDIO

AIRPORT & VICKERY RD.

82~7 far!,: Ave. GR 4-834'1 Acros8 from Fern Hill P.O.

Sc.at. Night

SUJliS~T

• PRESCRIPTIONS

GARDENS

BRESEMANN PARK

Fast, Accurate Service

SPANAWAY LAKE

• MEDICINES

1x8 No. 4 100 Ft. SHIPLAP ............. $3.90

The Most Modern Developed

Presenting . . . .

• VITAMINS

JAY KANNEY

For Your Individual Needs

Call, phone, or wr.ite for an appointmf!nt today.

MILE B SERVICE

Tiru:her•s Pharmacy

Ev~ry •

WHOLESALE

Fresh Insulin Downtown Prices Pay Phone Bills Here

LEnox 7-4100

I

GOES

GROCEllUES DRUGS. HARDWARE ACCESSORH:S AUTOMOTIVE

e Rifles

Hunting Knives

EVERYTHING

PIERCE COUNTY .REFUSE COe

II

For The Oull'do.or Type D~d •• Ell

WE QUIT

e

INVALID SUPPLIES'

And His Trombone

To MaJi:e Them More Comfortable

10 MEN AND A GIRL

In A~y Ep:iergen·cy, Depend Qn Us! We Are In Business for YQUl" Health FREE DELIVERY

VOCALS l}Y B1JNNY CLARK

FREE

PARKLAND PHIRlllPnV -

-•mnm•n:m.lll'mm-qaw-

112th & Pacific Avenue

81

BllBISliillliBWYllllflilW' Iii

LEnox 7-8636

SPANAWAY DRUG

'

El Mixer & Ice G Tables For .Everyone e Rcdnced Prkes After MiCinite ENTERTAINERS .DURING . INT~RMISSION

.....,., ·~ •

DROP IN AND SEE OUR NICE SELECTION OF GARDEN EQUIPMENT PAINT - G[,ASS - HDWR. & ELECT~ICAL SUPPLIES

--

BA'SKETT

__1.uMBER

'"" u.

YARD

11.::-L RETAIL &


. ~O i~ 22Lb@ Average~ WiH , , CutSize To . Order~ Lb@ m

m ·

OLD RANGER FREEST

eacne OUR OWN

DUTCH GIRL

'Plus Deposit RE(t SIZE

. · " ' · . O.c '

:;_-

--

!

;.·& -.,' .' ~

,'- ·.; ·' -~:.

'

;_

1

SAN JUAN FROZEN

-~

Wl!i'allll

PACKAGE

Fath r's uay

m

m

m

CALIFORNIA JUMBO &;

8" Chocolate or White E2ch

UmSBNO., 1

LARGE EARS

PARKER HOUSE

~

2 STORES TO SERVE, YOlf! I

e

6010 MT. TACOMA DRIVE, LAKEWOOD :j

[~!

e 72ND AND PACIFIC AVENUE

v'I

OPEN. DAILY 9 TO 9 - CLOSE[) Sl.JNDA '

''.

-.-

-

-1

m

m

m

m

m

CALIFORNIA VALENCIA

m

m

m

e

..

e

Ii

a

m

a

a

POllND


'ff

Page 6

...

i,·

- ...

~

Thursday, June 13, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

UST WITH LORING

8

~o~

5 ACRES - FRUITLAND DISTRICT PRACTICALLY NEW 2 bedroom (could be 4 bedroom) with ·fireplace and full basement, hot air furnace. 2-car garage ·and carport, large double-deck chicken house, egg and brooder house. Many extras such · as concrete walks, etc., beautiful landscaping and well fanced. Truly a place of distinction. $16,500. Financing available. By appointment only. Call Mr. Cheetham, LE 7-3501 days, or LE 1-1204 eves LARGE HOME - 5 BEDROOMS LIVING ROOM, dining room, large kitchen, bath down and bath up. Over 1500 ft. of floor space. New furnace, 2-car garage. Will sell· FHA or G.I. with 5% down. Priced at $10,850. Call Mr. Underwoo~, LE 7-3501 days or GR 2-9127 eves. 4 BEDROOMS - .PARKLAND - $5750 $800 DOWN. $55 month. Close to bus, school and shopping. Has 2 bedrooms down and 2 up. Drive by 12506 A St. Call Bill Black, LE 7 -3501 days or LE 7-3272 eves.

---~\~_

Large blooming FOR SALE Wentworth up- FOR SALE right piano, very good condi- baskets of fuchias, your choice ROUSE'S FLOWERS, tion, $165; GR 2-5627. 15c40 $3.50. 12131 East F St. 15C'l0 FOR SALE - 7:Y,, HP Elgin outboard motor, good condition, FOR SALE - 12-foot Birchcraft $60; LE 7-5301. 15c40 boat; 5 HP outboard motor; 8121 Golden Given Road after 5:00: 15c40

HAY BA.LING

Cutting and Raking For dependable work call LEnox 7-8373

JACI( RANDLES Fredrickson OIL FOR LESS if you live within 2 miles of our plant. Why pay more than 18c for stove oil in 100-gallon lots? LAPENSKI'S HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 Pacific Ave., LE 7-8173. 15ctf 1955 BENDIX Duomatic washerdryer combination; used 3 months, sacrifice price; LE 78394. 15c40

2 LOTS - 114TH ST. - $500 HAS just the right slope for daylight basement home, plus lovely large fir shade trees. Parkland light and water. Bill ~ack, LE 7-3501 days, or LE 7-3272 eves. EVENTUALLY YOU LIST WITH LORlNG

JAMES

R. LORING

12605 PACIFIC AVENUE

of'~~

GRanite 3501

A LORING LISTING SELLS

\>#

FOR SALE - Alder slab wood for range or fireplace, cheap. UHaul. LE 7 -6331, 4520 East 100th. 15c41

Ace Dirt Moving Co. BULLDOZING - DITCHING GRAVEL . TOP SOIL - SEPTIC TAl\"KS DRAIN FIELDS. 1750 9th St. s.w., Puyallup Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 15ctf -~~~-------

FOR SALE cage and Fl'igidaire; range and LE 7-1032 818 South

Two parakeets, stand, all for $10; combination electric trash burner; phone evenings or come to 108th. 15c40

Estimates for Home Wiring Remodel. Dryers, Electric Heat, Emergency Service Call 30 Day Free Trial 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red-Line FoundatiO!ll

WEBB ELECTRIC

Parkway furniture.

CAN'T PAY fot· $150 KIRBY; you can pay off $49 due at $5

141st & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 Open Till 9:00 p.m.

each month and get ftcc homo

-·--

---·

Days ILE 7-7463, Eve.LE 7-4·137

demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c40

.E'OR SALE - Three male Parakeets, two cages, large chicken ACROBATIC, BALLET FOR SALE - 11/z acres standing battery; GR 2-7378. 15c40 TAP, classes. All ages. M i 1 d r e d 8 ray; LE .7-5717. 13c40 BABY FURNITURE, new and Reller, LE 7- 7881. 15ctf ------·-··· ..--·-"used, ror sale or rent; lllGHEST CASH PRICES paid for • 14 SMALL BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL FRY EXCHANGE smelter pole and log timber. SxlO tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 Call evenin"gs. LE 7-5972. 8ctf SEWING, Alterations, mending; 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. 15ctf So. Park Ave. Family Portrait reasonable; LE 7-5636. 14c40 Studios. 15ctf CASH for livestock of all kinds. ---Also wanted live cattle for ni.ink PRIVATE 1DRIVER training les9 Wheel Balancing LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK sons; call LE 7-·1495 any time. Motor Tune-Ups Service for developing. In at 14ctf IN; MA 7-3565. 8ctf O Headlight Adjusting 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. 9 TENDER LOVING CARE for baby Airport Rockef Service FOR SALE - Siegler heaters in my home; references; LE 7Airport Rd. Next to IGA at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; 5243. 14p43 LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ava. Shopping Center Homes In Parkland Commun15ctf ities; A crease close in, either TWO RELIABLE GIRLS wish baby sitting and light house- FOR SALE with or without buildings. H. C. Little oil SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESwork for the summer; LE 7-8717 heater, 5-room, used one winter, Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann 14c40 like nGw, $98.50. Also Lwo 'J' Bakery. 15clf 11220 .Pacific Ave. HP D.C. Motors; LE 7-5806, .. --~---WILL DO IRONING and mending; Office-Days: LE 7-8695 15c40 LEGALS also sewing in my home, LE 7- 11212 Sou_.1:l~_J St. Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3315 7868. 14c40 BATON TWIRLING classes, be--·-----ginners and advanced, by Frank EXPERIENCED high school typist Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now. State of Washington, Olfice ol 2. ACRES $6500 Supervisor of Water Resources wants summer work; LE 1-1379. in Tacoma area; if interested WILKESON ROADi- 2 bedroom 14c40 call MA 7-5559 Thursday or SatOlympia. home; living room, large kitch15ctf FOUNDATIONS, additions, J.'e_ en .wired 220; 3-picce bath. MOTHERS working? Shopping? urday. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT modeling. Free estimatesi Fin- ~)wner will carry contract to or an eVcning · out? Child care APBLICATION NO. H:l:.l4 ancing, no O.ow11 pay:tnent. reliable buyer with ea:;y month- in my home, conveniently lo- LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3i:M ly. payments. Call Ralph Decker, cated in Parkland area; LE 7- cutting and wrapping, also re- TAKE NOTICE: tail counter. Avenue Meats, GR 4-9579. 'I'hat Parkland Light & Water 3688. 14p40 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox BULLDOZING FHA APPRAISED 7-3570. 15ctf Company of Parkla11d, Washington on May 16, 1957 filed appli15 Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing MIDLAND district; .owner will cation for permit to divert the PARKLAND FURNIT'unE Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching sell below . appraisal; built in waters of unnamed 1953; rambler; attached garage, DON'T encourage dishonesty; New and used miscellaneous; public & keved, combinations Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi. springs (Mel ville Spring) interliving room, separate dining locks room, 2 large bedrooms; hard- chang id; Parkland Cycle & dence Phone LE 7-37·18. 15ctf mitten t tributarys of Spanaway LE 7 3930 Creek. in the amount of 1.0 c.f.s. wood floors, 4-pc. bath; auto- Kep; 11009 Pacific Ave. LE 7SINGER 3ctl subject to existing rights, continmatic oil furnace. Land 100' by 5772. LOST job and had to return this uously each year for the purpose RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE- . 347', all cleared; bam 22'xl4'. nice SINGER electric portable of municipal supply; that the apWe repair electrical appliancesCOMMERCIAL--Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. with only $38 due at $5 each coffee pots, irons, mixers, heatINSTALLATIONS month; free home demonstra- proximate point of1 diversion is ers, etc. Call LE 7 -0323. 3ctf 2 ACRES $3250 tion. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., located within '8E 4SE%) W.P. EDGEWOOD district; 2 bedroom Melville Dom1tion Land Claim of CORNELL 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. home, needs some work. Living Section 17, Township 19 N., 15c-40 Plumbing & Heating room, dining room, kitchen, 3Range 3 E. W. M., in Pierce piece bath. Equity $1500, payLE 7-7293 County. 14'x70" wide beam FOR SALE Just Call Us ments on balance $40 a month. boats $275 unpainted; work Any objectioi1s must be acCall Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. FOR SALE Large peking guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., companied by a two dollar ducklings and extra large mix- 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf ($2.00) rccm·ding fee an<l filed ed goslings; Graham VI 7-7810. ~ with the State Supervisor of 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 15c40 FOR RENT Water Resources within thirty TH 5-2873 Member of Tacoma Real Estate ~~--~------(30) days from Ji.:110 20, rn57. 1957 WESTINGHOUSE DeLuxe Board TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed Witness my hand and official 9.1-ft. Reirigerator; 53-lb. freezrock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or seal this 4th day of June, 1957. er, automatic defroster; shelves Jennie L. Grodvig Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ctf in door, butter keeper, meat M. G. WALKER Academy keeper, large vegetable bin. State Supervisor of Used less than one·month; new Mt. Hiway LE 7-6377 Insurance of All Kinds Water Resources. refrigerator guarantee. Save $80. Notary Public "You can be sure if it's WestingVIOLIN LESSONS in Parkland Nursing Home Published in the Times-Journal Est. in Parkland Since 1941 house;" $199.00. Traoes. Terms. or Tacoma: beginners accepted; June 13, 20, 1957. 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st Blanche Yorktheimer, MA 7LE 7-8609 Office LICENSED NURSES ON & Pacific Ave. So. Open till 9. 7861. 802 Garfield St., l'arkland 15c42 KENDALL HALVORSEN DUTY 24-HOURS A OAY 15c40 "Deal. with the people who give LE 7-3941. Attorney FOR SALE Folda Rolla baby you their personal attention." TAP DANCING LES.SONS. Be. 217 Garfield St. stroller, twin or triplet; LE 7KITCHEN CABINETS, corner ginning and advanced. Call Jim 4640. 15p40 Parkland, Washington shelve.~ •. book cases; birch, fir 10 Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf or knotty pine; built to your In The Superior Court of the STATION WAGON OWNERS specifications; get the best for State of Washington in and FOR SALE - 1957 45-Ft. Trailless-my prices are the lowest. BOARD AND ROOM, home cook· er, 2-be_droom; automatic wash- NOW you can buy a Custom built for the County of Pierce. lOctt Kar-Rae you can be proud to HOOVER'S .CABINET SHOP, .ing; LE 7-6009. er. Excellent condition. Cutty put on your Station Wagon. No. 132325 LE 7-5514. 3ctf FOR RENT - l bedroom furn- Sark Trailer Park. Lot B-19. Beautifully varnished, gives that SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION 15p40 "town & country" look. PosiPHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in ished side-by-side ciuplcx; $60 BETTY JANE MARTIN, a month; 12605· Pacific Avenue. tive clip a!ld turn-buckle fastyour own hame; day or night; Plaintiff EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant ening secure your Kar-Rae. 10c40 LE 7-7254. 3ctf vs. boats, all models in stock. Also Easily handled by one person. ~ one used fast win-14 hrs. One Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard ELDRED LELAND MARTIN, Defendant. used Clinton-4hrs. Both in ex- Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & STATE OF WASHINGTON TO cellent shape. Also wagon WASHING MACHINE PARTS. wheels for sale. Major Oil & Pacific Ave. So., Phone LE THE SAID ELDRED LELAND 15p48 Largest stock in town. Repair_ Marine Supply. 7517 Portland 7-5194. G.R.AYEL CO. Martin, DEFENDANT: ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer''' Ave. LEnox 7-3644. 15c40 PIANO LESSONS You are hereby summoned to Classical Puyailup TH 5-2198 for de· Service, 3727 So.- G. GR 4-9409. and modern. Reasonable rate. appear within sixty ( 60) days livery or will load yom Hett fOR SALE-,-6 foot picnic tables. Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. after the date of the first publitruck. Pit at end of 23rd built for rugged use $16.50. Mt. 1.5ctf cation of this summons, to wit, Ave. S.E. Puyallup. Hiway Cabinet Shop; Graham within sixty (60) days after the VI 7-7638. 15c40 THOR Semi-Automatic Spin Dry 23rd day of May, 1957, and deScreened Rd. Gravel \Vasher; looks and runs like '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; fend the above-entitled action in Crushed Rock• Top new. Sold new 1954 at $189.50; I.he above-entiled court, and wholesale prices. SMALLEY guaranteed, $89.50. PARKWAY ~il • Drain Gravel "MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., answer the complaint of the FURNITURE, 141st & Paci.fie plaintiff, ·and serve a copy of your LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, 6 Days a Week Ave. So.; Open till 9:00. I.E 7- answer upon the undersigned . Sundays. 12ctf 3941. 15c10 attorney at his office below 1953 CmiVROLET 1,2-Ton Pickstated; and in case of your fail· GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; 9611 PACIFIC AVENUE -up. ANDERSON CHEVRON, leveling; weekend deliveries; ure. so to do, judgment will be 12c40. LE 7-7291. 3ctf Spanaway, LE 7-6465. rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, SAWMILL 49 DJ<~ SOTO Coupe. R & H. which has lieen filed with the Evergreen Rough or Finished Lumber Clean inside at1d out, Mo· clerk of said court. Direct From Mill tor perfect. Good AVON HAS OPENINGS for maThat the cause of action herein rubber ........ , . . . $350 55 OLDS 4-Dr. Hardtop. R & Graham, Wash. VI 7~Z229 ture, capable women, in Parkis for a Dorree of Divorce, on tlrn 51 PONTIAC 4-Dr. I{ & H. H. Automatic .... $1995 la11d and Spanaway. Othet grounds of cruelty, burdensome Stand. trans. Good motor, 138th & Pac. Ave. LE 7-417:.1 representatives now ear!'Jng $40 home life, non support, and ne· TACOMA UPHOLSTERY body and tires. Clean Opl!n Sunday to $50 per week, by wodd11g 5 Special on reupholstering dav. gle.ct of m1pporting the ,family, interior . . . . ....... $.350 ol' 6 hoUrs daily. VVc train you. enport, chair, as lmv as $129. and abandon111ent of over 'one !:.i1 FOED 2-Dr. 11 & H. Fm·dot·;t<irt v.rn1-king i111111r:fli:ii.t.r:ly ..CRll Davenos $49.00: Rocker, $29. ;:.-rFoa I". mat.ic. !\·10ttJr i1eriect. Cteau MA 7-5271. 5c40 I 3==~arm Column Free stin1ates; G·R 2-6955 LE 7KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN interior. Good JBi11t and 0327. 15ctf AUorney for the plaintiff chrnme ............ $485 WOMEN 18-55, to ;;ddress and mail om· circulars at home on ANNOUNCING a ·new service in Office and Post Office Address: 47 CHEY. 1-Dr. Good nmtor commission. \Vl'ite GIFT FAIR, and bodr. Make good work this area. Have your precious 217 Garfield Street .1 \Dept. 8), Sp1·ii1gfidd, Penna. car ................ $100 babv's shoes and souvenirs P.O. Box 2156 Cutting, Side De!h-er0• Ra!d11.g, 5p41 metalized to Jasi. '1 lifot:im1'. All Parkland Branch !11 OLT>S ~1uprr ' 1 -DL Radio.~ Baler A·vailab!e~ 3 'fracOOrfi··' ,\·orh gual'antced. \'Vdtc or Taco111a 44, Washington l10atTr~ clrHn inLPri0r. ne'v .. phone 1'iny Tot Mctaliting Co., Puhli.shc:d in t11c 'I imcs-J'our11~J p21int. Motor A·!l condi·· LE '1~8408 P. 0. Box 323 Spanaway LE Iv!ay 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20} ~.rl, tion. Good rubbei· .. :$625_ ;{''! Save A Life 7-7922. 15c4l 1957.

• Wanted To Buy

Work Wanted

~--···-·-

--~-

e

• Real Estate

-·------~--·-------·---

Bert Brown Realty

'?'OWER · MO\li/ERS sharpened and serviced; pick-up and de· livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 RAY ~OGAN Lanc1sca_pe (xm- Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf struction; Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new lawns; nothing S:PANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. down, 30 months to pay. LE 7- tracting and -appliances; free 3127. 3ct! engineering service for electric heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; upholstery. & co.nvertible tops in,: stalled. Open .9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS & UPHOllSTERY SHOP, 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. 3ctf COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE LAWNMOWER$ 8237% Park Ave. GR 4-3177

AUCTION - S1,mday, June 16th, l p.m. ti!? Fm;niture, television, \appliances, tools and Misc. vVe're going to clear .the floor. U-B SAVING MART, 12603 Pa1:ific Ave. 2c40

e

FERN HILL

Business Service 3

BEAUTY SHOP

BRICK WORK House leveling and foundations, retaining : walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace an.d stone work. LE 74291. 3ctf ROTOTILLING LEnox 1-1755.

Serviced and S.tored

$4.00 per hour 3ctf

SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards $12; Buck, JU 8-3189. 3ctf PLOWING, rotovating, leveling lawns; also hay mowing; R. D. Beeler; LE 7-4940. 3ctf CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; pick7ups and trailers loaded. or we haul; LE 7~7586 3ctf

AC~

I

Power. Mowers A Specialty Free Pick-up .& Delivery

PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY

LE 7-5772.

SEPTIC

CLEANING

Home Wiring

C. V. Hutson GR 4-3980

Septic Tanks Cleaned

BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; ,barnyard compost; sand; free esii· m1J.tes, JU 8-2111. 3ctf

FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 PaFOUNDATIONS-New additions; cific Ave., LE 7-7:;:71. 3ctf free estimates, finnncing; work guaranteed; GR 4-2002. · 3ctf SMITH C_IBWET SHOP-Remodeling, kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span. TANK away; LE 7-7949. 3ctf 11009 Pacific Ave.

Prompt Service

SEPTIC TANK SERVICE

I

GR 2-7038

Free Estimates Guaranteed Satisfaction Emergency Service

PEARL ELECTRIC

O. B. ACKLEY

SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LE 7-3563 LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, LE 7-3204. 3ctf PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All makes of furnaces for sale; foundations; cement work: specializing in Williams OIL 'O' free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Contents hauled away. Doi~ MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water HAY CUTTING, side delivery Redford. 8232 So. Fawcett, GR Installations, Service; reasonrake, plow]ng and discing. Baler 2-1025. If no answer call GR 2- able; 755 South 108th, LE 7available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and 7334. 3ctf 3ctf 4045. Vickery Road. 3ctf WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, CUSTOM . KILLING, poultry of level buildings; cabinet work, all kinds; WA 2-6952. 3ctf concre.te \Vork. Reasonable; ECONOMY LE 7-3550. 3ctf LE 7-7882

LE 7-4343

South End Auto Wreckers USED PARTS Motors - Transmissions Tires - Batteries We Buy, Junk Cars Also .Custom Welding by Joe's Welding 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. Spanaway . LE 7-6534

NEAT BEAUTY SHOP GR 2-7628 72nd and Portland Ave.

I "'AERIFYING

FERTILIZING; give your lawn a treat; JU 82111. 3ctf &

Builders Supply Airport at Portland Ave.

LE,7..8591 BEST BUYS New Lumber and Used Building Supplie.s .

SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny Ball, 1012 South 110th, Lenox 1-0856. 3ctf SUPER SOIL SERV. ~~ - - - GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, STAl\'8 ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat ROTOVATING & TRACTOR tleating. New work. :Remod?lGR 4-230.5 or LE 7WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7~4477. fertilizer; 3clf .Chesney-Etter Road)i LE 7-7559 · 3ctt 8259. 3ctf . ROOFING and thick butt shinglLAWNS MOWED. reasonable; ----~---- ·-·-···----ing; free estimates; phone LE 7SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re- rotary or reel; Call Jerry; LE 74859. 3ct.f 3c40 place and "'repair wo.rk. 3 years 3249. • to pay; JU 8~8734 - GR 4"5945. BRici.;: & BLOCK WORK: 3ctf fil'ep]ac('s a specialty; LE 7-7428. 3ctf

BULL ZING

WELL DRILLING

Berkeley Pumps

Ace Dirt Moving Co. Bulldozing • Ditching

11'1 JETS @

e

SUBMERS!BLES CENTRIFUGAL.S TURBINES

Rt.. 1;, Box S:,16

Terms ·

,~>-:U :--~-i

-'·•'' -:

q~1-_,-:'._,

· 'f'ii co IJ1 a

,• ,:rrade!i :,,ij-~

r...'Ch\ '\~T

DRAIJ\T .ll'TF.I .T)S

Phone TH 5-24J?Z

Ca II. LE 7-72 8 I T¢)~om~ .Pump & · 'WfJH D~illing Co~

~flTI

·sE:rnc1'A:N1Zs"a;,a~

"TVtO

3ct:t IJON'S LAWN SERV1CE --Bladi:: \Vhl'k, haullng, loa.dl11g t.op so1-1, nc,\~ J:iv..-i1s: guaranteed '\\·9rk. Don Afdem. 608-E Woodland R~a~ :_~allUp; LE '7-657~ 'o;"

Bank Run Gravel Water Linea Septic Tanks Top Sl.'lil at Reduced Prices

1

LE

1 -o06s.

.:>c4s

!Fra;iik Reardon

LE··. 7\; ..<:5758 \, - - ,

T

I

• Miscellaneous

Manning

Smith

C!ogged Drains? Toilet Won"t flush?

Sanitary Septic Tank Pumping Service

McKinley Hill Realty

Riding Horses

B&B Riding

Parkland Realty Co.

Midland

• Rentals

~~-~------~

• Repair Service I I

HILL TOP

• Automotive

12

Cook and Jones Motors LE 7m4'171

• Help Wanted

5

TOO LE'S

Auto Sales

1

HAY

Drive Safely

1


an hour he was beln~ paced by a pigeon that t1ew along at eithl'!r dl;ic·->: dod.g;h;ig 9V8t ?nd By C. R. Dofatt aro·c1nd ai;proacl1i:ng vehides. .hIGt QtJt of Parkland and Si;J8rnl:r;;g -to· tire·· _oi sJoady fl°J:ing cr1iiSing BJqng Ah~pbt£ ro:ad to:... the piemJn sqe~ed .up sn:J arqurid <.', ard l?arkl~.nd.. I wa> s.t.a1:tled. by q eyro~.~a,··?r--- t,!<e~3:-_ ~o_ir.i'1Ttg· t~_\? Ti~_~r a ps..ssing motor cycle rider arid a qltnr·~2:r of !t µ;i1le f'!.trth2t a1ong his l'scott. The exhaust eiq:iloc the ro..9.d: , sions caught. my attention hut At tho Willo.ws c.oxner the tider his shadowy companion held my p('Crked hi•; cyde an ::l \Vas standmtc1 C"st. Ahho the rider rnaining over it . with thc;: pigeon 1aini::d r~ steady rate of 45 rriiles perched on his· <;ap who•n I puiled t;p. He is Ea;·l Stahl o( Wilk· G30n, hctppy looking fellow wf/.0 f,,_A,,5.,y wo1 ks fm· u Tacoinil lt1mber company. l asked about the need of occasional stops to give the COLOR FILM bi::·d 3. breather~ Earl assu·red m·~

auny Agents

PRO m

10 AM.

ESSING OUT. 5 P.M. DAY

his pet

iii

\VElS

i?XC.'qllent qondi-

tion >;ls a result of 50 miles of road work every day. · Pigeon insists on going along to wo1·k, from Wilkeson to Tacoma aruJ.

35MM EKTACHROME

Quality Photo Service 98H1 Padfk Ave. Two Doors North of Pr.rk 'n Shop

Mountain View Food lockers

return .. "Is it difficult to train a I,\l.ilk and huttedii~ teci:i:t;Gis. li;i. et~Jei?, pigeon?" "No" Earl e:i;pll;lined, ''Aft.er all it was hi:; idea." 'Stahl· h";d t:.ikc::n his pet as a ho:cuelQss little sqtiab from the mill \Yhere tQO Xn.!i.tiY ·bi:rds- are a nUisaiiC.2. P.igEoi:i stzcrfod escorting his owner on littll? trips aro\md the neigli.l;iorh~od but one day he took the big hop !ind showed. up at the milt. Now he puts in a regular 40. ho111· shift with Earl but as yet hasn't started p11nch· fog the clock. yYhile we talked the pigeon hopp?d arc;und from one shot1k\er to the other occas.ionctll~r pecking 6oy1Y at his pal's E!ar or pullipg hi>; hair. Few pcqple have the ability to e9tab· lish. such unde,rst~ndi~:g_ and confi<,ient l«~lations 1yit)1 merpl;ierEJ of. the animal ldngdor,n. Carl Gocl:.erel of Carnation Milk Farrris was such a pers6n, He was responsible for a !onlj span of years for development of a series of world smashing

""'-~·

one year when 1 WM testi'ng at t.lie Fann h.e V(l!'\ credited for making ~e;: :J.000 pqund: f~t .· 1.'~~­ wcls which <·~that tilM ·.~i; tp.9i;~ than, ar;y ether Ia.rm had made ~ll it~· ~~ntir~. ??:iStc?I~q.' . _... ~· Cad st~\Qies e~clJ. cow do~ely and knew . her like~· and disliJt~~· Pr<) S<f'3rne'd to enioY each ~k ma!' s c;oz:zi:pletl' o~.nfide'Qc'l· J~. oJ:l.e of his test C:o')Vs ne~de4 me~Nii,l a tt'7m titm'. or mlni;ir surg~ry h~ wan r,.ever ai;om1d dtir:i)'lg' thk treatrrHmt. Tpere 1fas no <:'l?j;)Ot: tunity fer tb'i an,inial tq 111ss0Cic ate him with pain: Regai:illess qf the Sl?ed~. qt ai1irpr1l, d9g. ¢0-r,\~ · ~r b.i,t~l; th:~ successful h;;iµdler seer.n~ t? de· vdop a i;ela~iqnship gf cqi;ifiden<::e :i:pd respect w,ith his ~ulj~b~' . .

* * *

By Joseph Buhaly Brush stealing continues to be a subject of m,i;ijor conc.ern to landowners on the. Penihsufa. Re.solved to solve the probi~in are members of the Pierce County Farm forestry association:· The group headed by Ted Knutsen of I(ey Center held it's secoi\d formal meetingto plan a program ofaction. Cecil Paul of Lakebay was

GLASS

CUSTOM MEAT

HOME SERVICE

CUTI~NG

OUR SPECIALTY Also Commercal Installations

Locker Beef A vaiiable

DEAN'S GLASS LE .7-5GG1

. tel;(l.ijlara~Y

The TIMES - JOURNAL

secretary • Without contJ'dl of theft, .ti.o p,tO• gfess <jar1 oEC rn.ade in ipcreasi;<l

t;relisuter of the group. l'f:illiam J3.itizijia.n, Arn~ W. Armour, ]j;dW~!'1~~ all of Lakeoay, :faul. Al-Vesta~; Gilt Harbor, John King:>gµcy, 1'.al"t(l .forester frql')'l Pott Orchit:t4 · nr,i-4 · J0 5;~Ph · ·. Bu}ial:;e Pierce'. ¢oi.ln~y E#i3nsion fore'l,ter ~~f~il4e4 the !lleeti:hg· · Att. attitl1de of seriou~ conCE;rn PNV<tile>tl thrqughoµt the meetinJi;. Edwin Voss !ltated, "It cost i-ne $30 a week in time lqst patroling :cux laJ:lds to pr"yent brus,h st€'aling." A;rhe W. Arzn.our feels that. unless thh~ bru~h theft problem qan be lick~d he v;ill be fol'.£'e.4 to. dispose of hisproperty. Ce.ell .Paul e::;:pressed typical se11~i:~nent qf the groqp in· co.m" :\l').rjn~ •· the 1m1~h farI11et tg the t,i~y farl!ler. Bi:itli the tlr1;1sli fytw<?r lJ.lld t~Ei J:ierl'Y fa:pn,er pt1t time and inone:;dnto the.it' crop; And as the be,~rY farmer feels i·llsentII)ent 'agai1,ist persons stealing his berries, so feels the sal.el and huckleberry brush farmfir towards brush thieves. It's frustrat\ng to spend days \trimmh1g brush, building trails, and making fertilizing trails and .then have your crop.stolen and your bushes recklessly damaged by thoughtless persons. who cash in on_ the hard labor of others.

quantity, and ~ual{cy · productioti of bru~h, this :z;estricti;:g the economy. ~( t.h3 l?er,ii~su19:·.' County. legislation remains .the b2st solution to date. A. .f\lture rne<?ting with Tom G:m:-lingto11, d<?puty county prosecutor awaits the gro4p for further di~cussio,n on the legislation pqssibilities.

* *

>!'I

By Morrill Delano Some. 2$ 4-H girls and their leaders haye jt1st completed a four weeks ~ourse in flower a+· rangiI).g a~d corsage making. Mrs; Jack Johnson of Tacoma ·a noted garden club authority was the instructor, The girls bNught . their o~n f!o\yers to this. woi;kshop an,d after eac~ instruction J,leriod. thE)Y maj,e : up their 9wii fkowo;r ar· r,,ngement. arid theri a ..discui;,s,ipn was .1ieia on each arrangement'. Mr~. ·Walter. COrrigan; 4-H leader from Midland, attended with five girls from her club, Mrs. Gerhard Haakenson, 4-H l~ader froi;t Parkland made the me<ft· ing place arrangements for class-

es ..at . th.e ·Ll1theran- ·.c hu.rch at Parkland, Mrs, Mantik of Mc· Kenna was 'the ·leader bringing youngsters the greatest distance. ·

P~!te. '7

June i3: 195'1

120th; Claude M.iles, $4000 fr!lrne tome, Rt.· 1: Box 468, d1·~~,iim; ~ ,_ ,, ' .... ' .. >_\ -·:,. ::,:> M1·s: Alice Croston, $700 ·~ra.~e, €15th So. l2Sth; A .. E .. Ql~,ifii! $.WOO frame home, 5624 S, i2$~h; D. J. Ogden, $5000 frame hoine, Spanaway; Edw. L. Mas,iJeii~iile, $>4500 move ho.me tQ p,op;; l~Sth & Rademaker Road; E: :ri. Man~ sey, $750 addn.to s},top, 7\~2.i, Th<! follo:,ving building penµits Canyon Road; G. Enxm~tt, $..200 ht1:.:e bc<'n issl.1ed by Keith F. addn.to home, Rt. 3, floX' SQO, Jones, County Rqad Engine~r, Pt1yallttp; James L. Ball, · ~1000 Building Depart:ment: lumber yard, Rt, 1, Bo11; ~63. John J. Hansch, $3000 each, Graham; George M,;iJJl.eWilon, (3) homes moved to 1621 South $13,200 frame horri:e, 61,Z So; 1&2, Th.e gr0 t1p expressed ho]le that sirrillar classes ;rould ·be h~ld in the future. ()f co.ur~e Dur thr:inlm gq to 11frs. Johnson for her inte.re.st in. helping these 4~H'ers in their. project.

Buildin9 Permits

Let Us Put Yqu,r Car I.,, Top Shape For Carefree Mot~ril1~

A lJ T 0 M () T I V E

.

..

NO DOWN PAYMENT • BALANCE ON LOW MONTHLY· . . . · · BANK 'fERMS , ,

n. R.KLR. !!Hin · fU1U

ft. rf R

ft HYQ· HU Ill

I0214 PACIFIC AVENUE ·

REnAl·R Jr · ·

LEnox-7·44i!\l.

Week after week, month after month, you'll find the most outstemding values at Big Becn'mHfor these be9 sil!per markets have always been 1 "the firstest with the mostest'" when it comes to low prices!

IE Home grown large and solid ripe. Now at the peek of goodness. A delicious treat with Big Bear's lee Cream also on special!

fU!Ll CUPS FOR

"'"'·. ~~~t!,. ·;r~.'~:. ·. -.

~;I':"

·t;::f; ,- .

Western Maid

FfEE :HOUSE

MARGARINE

Top-quality, tender and juicy hams; with a wonderful flavor and texture-.12 to 16 pounds, :wh9l~ 9r shank hal.f.

A s··iln i>o t h-spr~adihg margarine, with a delicately natural flavor!

Arizona vine-ripened melons., Pink meated and lfuli flavored.

ES

FRESH RED rich in flavor; whole or Also center slices, 57c a

Cali.fot·nia Beef Steak variety. Meaty solid and firm dpe. Select your own. POUND

f.or

milk1 cheddC1Jr flavor ....•Always spreads,

toasts ardd trtelts

46-0z. Cans For

refreshing iuiee

selecteda vine ..ripen ed

tomat.oe~;

11

rich in flavor and low in calories. Each can • iust 25c! ~

T

TIEE ..ff IPENED FANCY CLINGS

I

E

EESE

MEDOSWEET-Finest quality, extra fresh; your choice of Cream or Country Style at this low price! POUND

SUCED OR HALVES-A quality pack of luscious, golden clings; picked at their peak of perfection.· 29c a can.

I

LIBBY'S CRUSHED HAWAIIAN

I Crisp, golden cuts of fancy Hawaiian pineapple; fresh - tasting, iui.ti.u·ally sweet. Only 25c· a can!

Big Bear's own deliciously rich and smooth ice cream; in all popular flavors. A real taste treat! QUART

l\fo. 2 Cans For Only

Cams

,


Page 8

Thursday, June 13, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

CLOVER CREEK • • •

Preschool Picnic

Many Awards al G,raduation 6th Last Thursday, June 6, was the big day at Clover Creek schoolGraduation ! The program opened with the Pledge ·of Allegiance, followed by "America the Beautiful" by the band, with community singing of the second verse, Mr. Curtiss directing. There were other band selections and music by the glee club. The invocation was by the Rev. Vance Babcock; welcome address, Sandra Randles; remarks, Will Damrau; salutatoria11. address, John. McGee; class history, Christy Anderson; class will, Sharon Vorak; class prophecy, Roberta Barker; valedictorian address, Michael Taylor; graduation address, Clifford Boyce, Elk Plain principal. . John Co1t-nors presented the following awards: Valedictorian, Michael Taylor; salutatorian, John McGee; arithmetic, Vicki Reynolds; English, Michael Taylor; history, Sandra Randles; penmanship and spelling, Sharon Dahlseide; science, John McGee; inspirational, Sharon Vorak. Sharon gave a nice speech when accepting the ·cup, then introduced the class president, Gerald Hopkins, who presented a gift to John Connors, the 8th ,..

AMAZING NEW WOODWORK CLEANER. Just· brush. on • Wipe Off. No Rub • .No Scrub. Come in for FREE Sample. · WILL SWAP Hardware, Paint, Plumbing & Electrical Supplies for Hand Tools, Power Tools, Power Mowers, Etc.

Midland Hardware 8502 Portland Avenue OPEN SUNDAY

111

The Parkland Preschool picnic will be held at Wapato park on June 14 at 12:00 noon. It will be a potluck affair, coffee and Kool-Aid to be furnished. All Preschoolers are welcome; bring your neighbors. For transportation call Mrs. L. E. Wheelock, LE 7-3629. In case of rain the picnic will be cancelled. grade teacher. E. Barker, Clover Creek school boa.rd member, presented the certificates. The class included Richard Ackerson, Roberta Barker, Sharon Dahlseide, Mary Jean Elza, Augene Holt, Judy Macoy, John McGee, Vicki Reynolds, Michael Taylor, Virginia Van Dyke, Mary Ann Weiner, Christy Anderson, Wayne Bos, Patrick Dalby, Caroline Holt, Gerald Hopkins, Thelma Mayhak, Sandra Randles, Dorothy Radius, Lindale Tvedt, Sharon Vorak and Douglas Woods. Broken Bones At the O'Leary house they have had bad luck. One day last week Margaret O'Leary broke a bone in her ankle and the next day her nephew, Patrick O'· Leary, who lives in the same house on Rademaker road, broke his arm. Church News The Clover Creek Baptist daily Bible school will have its closing program June 14 at 7:30 p.m. At the 7:30 p.m. Sunday service there will be baptism of 10 .new members. Vacation Your reported will ba on vacation for the next two weeks, so please phone your news direct to the Times-Journal, LEnox 7-0223. - Mrs. Dalby.

Hins Grange

Members Busy Collins Grange members attended the Gavel meeting helc' June 4 at .Benstqn Grange ha1i with Benston Grange members as host, and Graham Grange conducting the meeting.

1

Collins Grange members put on the program; their theme was "Opportunity." They put on the same skit they used for the Talent Contest; those taking part were: Tommy, and Alice Croston, Jewel Balmer, Loren Irish, Harley Hornbuckle, Lyle and Birdie Parker of Collins and L. E. Lovitt of Fruitland Grange. The Crocker Quartette, consisting of Freeman Meyers, Harrison Ford, Robert Bartell and Noel Hale, accompanied by Tommy Croston, sang two numbers. This quartette and their accompanist, Gladys Berry (who was unable to be at Benston) will represent Pierce County at the State Grange convention in Spokane, June 16. A stunt for audience participation, "The Town Cryer," gave some idea of the "opportunities" for hearing news in the old days. Colored slides showing "Opportunities" for scenic trips; going north, south, east or west, were shown by Lyle Parker and prompted everyone to sing, "America, the eautiful." . Tonight, Thursday thi, 13th, is Collins Grange regUlar meeting. Fathers wil be honored. See you at Grange.

WISCONSIN CLUB potluck sup· per will be held Sunday, June 1\3, at 6:00 o'clock in the basement of the Odd Fellows Temple, Sixth and Fawcett avenues.

Long TermEasy Payments when you

buy

ANNOUNCING

ICE CYCLES 1957

LB. CAN

·~

PINK, WHITE, YELLOW SO COUNT • • • PKG.

~

COFFEE HOUSE

1

.Managed and Produced.by JOHN JOHNSEN All. Seats Reserved . Call JU 8-7000

WITH CAST OF 150 JUNE 12 - 13 - 14 - 15

Shows Start - 8:00 p.m.

CYCLONE FENCE Direct From The Factory

DWINTER CLUB

For a free estiJT.,.:e, phone

:MA.rkot

'J~lµ.

&lll/:t Pacific Avepue Tacoma, Washington

LAKE OFF STEILACOOM

FISHER'S BLEND

FLOUR

Ill

Ill

FRESH FROZEN BOOTH'S. I 0-0z. Pkg. Ill

11

BREADED SHRIMP

Ill

GOLDEN GRAIN

SALAD MACAR I (WALGREEN AGENCY)

CARDS .. GLASSWARE .. COSMETISC .. l:UN'<!HES

SCHICK SHAVER .SPECIAL ·Just in time for Father's Day. Regular $29.50 Genuine Schick Electric Shavers in case.

Complete for Only $18.50

Iii

1111

Ill

BAKED BEAIS

Iii

Ill

1lJ

CHUNK·

STATIONERY CAMERAS

STYLE

-

I TOMATOES Lb.15c I NO

~i'.

Cuff Link Tie Clasp

Sets ,

.Fine Quality

5-Lb. Ba949c ORANGES e e

111 111

Key Holders

a a a ·

8 I CELERY •

Plus Tax

ll:)'.

Jumb'o

Ripe Calif. .

··

$1 to $3.49 Sportsmen's

B&M

24=0z. Pkg.

C

CANTSlllBllll!I

CALIF.GREEN CRIBP STALKS LONG B •

LB, Ill •

·

8

Y2

ftc I CAN

B

75c 50 - lOc CIGARS

Boxed Cigars $4.50

Each

CHET'S CHICKEN Or TURKEY

~

DINNERS

DATE COFFEE ROLL

Pipes in assorted Styles

·4/35c

25c to $5.00 Dotted Iceiny - Reg. $1.00.

This Sunday JUM£ 16

Slide 'Projector SPECIAL 300 Watt Lamp Magazine Load A $59.50 Value

For $39.50 Easy To Use

DEVILS FOOD CAKE

••••

e

BUTT HALF Lb. 53c 93e Special Special

Regular $1.00. &

e

&

e

&

• 9lc

CINNAMON PAN • • • •

e

e

e

• 49c:

MOCHA

ee·eoa

Apple Sauce - Regular 59c.

SUNN EE FRESH

Cameras

FROZEN

Famous for finest pictures in color or black and white.

CUBE STEAKS

• •

CENTER SLICES Lb. S9c

~>

HORMEL'S MIDWEST BRAND

SLI CED BAC0 N

m

m

m

m

m

m

D

Lb.

Special

Prices Effective June 13 • 14 • 15 We Reserve the Right to Limit Sales

CARSTEN'S HYGRADE, ALL MEAT

WIENERS •• CARSTEN'S HYGRADE

!c HuNK B0 L0 Gff A

§

Lbu

__,,,,,,,,' ....,..,,,3ZJ

GENUINE 1957 SPRING LAMB SALE

~~~-~O_LA_~~" •• !~· ~!c

8°0t. Pkg. Store Open Daily 9 A.M. To 10 P.M. · Sundays 12 to 8 P.M.

POUND

Special

BUTTER CAKE •••••• 93c

Zeiss

$49 to $99

With Cherry Iceing. Regular $1.00.

WH~TE

~

Whole or Shank Portion 12 to 16 Lb. Average.

Smokers Specials

Argus

~

ARMOUR'S STAR - TENDER, READY TO EAT!

I

LA.MU KOA!tT • • • lb. 4. llJC ·1

LAMB STEAK • • • lb. 59c

c .PACIFIC AT GARFIELD IN PARKLAND

SLICED SALMON 59c Lb.

FRESH KING

LAMB BREAST • • Hi~ 19~

LAMB CHOPS • •

ib~

19c

LAMB PATTIES •• lb; 35c

6 To 8 I.b, Average. Whole or Half

sALM0 N "

m

G

lb.. 49c


ins hir

no

lley

Voluce

l~,

No. 40

PAGE 9

ALONG THE TRAIL

saw the picture of the cowboy hitting the dust on the front page · of the Sunday pe.per? Course you couldn't help but With notice what a nice appearance our queen, Leone Stant, and her Larry princesses made. Art Drexler and Kirkwood Kenny· Dunlap were really top notch pick-up men and it was almost as thrilling to watch their \Veil, here we are again. We hors~s work as to watch the all Jived through the Parkland buc.kJng stock. The steer dogg'.ng Round-up, we think! We all feel thrilled the ~rowd, s.!so, with real good to think that the those . steers iust defymg those Round-up was such a· succe~s . ..cowboys ~o throw them. The Tathis year again. Parkland is reaf- coma Lanett.es ~ave a mce perly··. getfr1 g on the roan ·w-ii~l:i .. form.ance. of then· square dance 1 .l .. .!: ' h 1 f . photographers, news reporters, on orseoa; <, a ast movmg television men, etc., .all buzzing event. All m all ;e are. sure around. Did'ja see son\.e of the everyone had a won erfu time. pictures taken at tl1e Round-up To turn our attention to comshown on television? Course you ing events, the Pierce County Posse is spending every possible moment getting ready for the State Posse meet to be held in Yakima June 21, :22, and 23. On June 30 there will bo the annual Washington State Horsemen Telegraphic Meet, with the Puget Sound Zone meeting at the Elma fairgrounds. The program consists of strictly game and timed events and all of the best horses in this particular field will be there. Last year this meet was very successful so this year should be even better. On July 4 and 5 there is to be a rodeo at Sedro Wooly. Also July 4 these is' a rodeo at Oakville, with gymkhana events. Our Tacoma Lariettcs arc holding their annual show on July 9 at Tacoma Unit grounds. Premium lists are not yet out but will be soon. · Other rodeos are at Aubun~ July 21 and Ft. Lewis August 9, 10 and ll. · , Along the trail we saw the Colts and Fillies doing a very nice drill at the Round-up Horse show . . . Marge Betts being a very busy gal, queen mother for

NAIA Champ Fromm To Toss Spear At Austin IN NCAA Meet

.

1

John Fromm, the traveling javelin thrower from Pacific Lutheran College will be in Austin, Texas, this weekend where he will pitch the spear in the NCAA finals. Fromm won ilie NAIA title la.st week with a record toss of 243' 11", exactly. nine · foet better than his best effort this season and fifteen feet, five inch;s above the NAIA standard that· he set last year in the same meet. F>·omm rates a good chance of winning the NCAA this year. He has the longest toss in the country with the exception of Bob Voiles of USC, but Voiles is ineligible for the NCAA this year. As per usual, Fro~m's toss last week was a new field record. It was the ninth time ii1 ele,;en tries that John has set a field record .this year. Fromm w.ill also throw· in the National AAU meet at Dayton, 'Ohio, June 21-22.

I;

• GOLi? NEWS

HEAVE AWAY-Here is NAIA javelin champion John Fromm of Paciiic Lutheran College displaying the form that helped him establish a new record in this Medal Play will be featured at event at San Diego, June 7. both the College and Brookdale Golf Courses this weekend. Of the 38 entries in the· Nathe Round-up princesses and sec- tional Golf Day at the two clubs, retary for the rodeo . . . The 15 golfers qualified for the medal. Mazzuca twins accompanying The men's national open champ, their father and mother, Ed and Cary Middlecoff, shot 'a 70 which was beaten by 13 men. Two Carol, to the rodeo. women· also won medals. Send your news items to Results of last week's play: Brookdale, best 17 holes. First Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 11903 Division: Len Blakely, 58; Spence Pacific Avenue, LEnox 7-3251. Broomhead, 60. Second Division: ~---~---..,....----~-~. Al Drost, 58; Vcrh Bishop, 59; Fred Sigby, 60. Third Division: Todd Johnson, 58; Ladd Hershey, 60; Al Stearns, 61; Jim Hill, fil. C9llege: Mon.-Fri.; Nine-hole medal: First Division: Bob Romnes,··31;Jim.Hgl,32%. S(?Oc ond Division: Carl Peterson, 27'/3; lilpeclal Attentlol:! Bill Payne, Jr., 28%, John Norris,

10331 PACIFIC AVE. Our Specialty GLEN A.

to

I •I Il RAU MFG. . I Speclal Equlpm11nt

LEnox 7-7372

C~RMACK

·B I X B Y

TV RADIO tiO

OPTOMETRIST Complete Visual Service

BIG SAVING I formerly Sold for s97so

rkwa rniture Hbi & Parifie Avenue

Open Ti! rr?oo

Le "I--3311

Latest Popular We.stern Classical -

HOMESTEADER 414 GARFIELD LEnox 7-3137

DRESS , $ SHIRTS •.••.•• With French Cuffs

TIES

m m

BELTS

Camp & Trail

Dr. l. H. Thurmcmd

0

RECORDS

PHOTO COLOR !II

$1.29

With :1-ib. cdlocloud insulation, plaid lining, water re· pellent and wind resistant cover. Reg. $19.95.

Special $14.85 HUNTING

&

EQUIPMENT GALORE

Phone LE 7.. 4460

TARGET

11316 PACIFIC AVENUE Blk. So. of Parkland Br. Bank

II

R

98c

GENUINE LEATHER

The most complete choice of site, power, weight, or prlce

WALLE TS 98c to $2.19

CAMPING

Tues. thru Sat: 9:30 to·6:00 Closed Monday Evenings by Appointment

m

Genuine Steer Hide

SLEEPING BAGS

6

Models of All l{inds Boats - Planes - Cars - Etc. Also

BOSTON

Olt ~I

ii

J. R. YOUNG

12503 WALL.ER ROAD CALL LENOX 7-8309

the cleaner that walks

4fll

BY AN EXPERT

E &. W Brand White

6 Beautiful Scenes To Chuose From!

pulling. Nozzle glides smoothly on 3 wheels. Double-stretch hose lets you dean o full flight of stairs. Full 1 h. p. motor. King size throwaway dust bag.

Horse Shoeing

To

SPECIAL FOR

• Follows you on its own oir stream - without

Wise. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 to 5. James Sales School-Kathrine Wise. Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to 5. · Spanaway School-George Fossen. Monday through Friday, 10 to 5. The swimming program will be run on Tuesday and Thursday from one to five. At that time most of the playgrounds will be closed. Buses will be provided for. the children to ride from the playground to the swim area. These buses will be provided by the Fi'anklin-Pierce School District. Local playground leaders will have detaUs on S\'\rim program and other special events. · The playgrounds will have a 'nature 11 theme this summer. The first week will be an introduetion to natllre. Special events during the week wil be nature every 'hour, sandcraft contest, scavenger hunts and check.er tournaments.

Baseball M It's Best On A

30 1/2 ~

College; Sat. ahd Sun.; ElecJive Nine. First Division: John ,No1·ris, 26 \~; Eel Marsh, 27 1.J.,. Second Division: Frank Gratias, 25 1,1:!; Ray I<uhns, 26 1,~. Closest tl.> pin: Oral Markward, 3' 8" on No. 6.

Pct. 1.000 .667 .667 .333 .333 .000

Watch Or Listen

Sheet Mehd Work

JE,WELRY

L

""lll

Genf,trafi

c Repairing of Fine WatcheB

LEnox 7-0223

PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

Cou.nty Parks To Open Soon

tory over Edgewood with a nice bit of relief work in the ninth Spanaway . . . . . . 3 0 inning and' then went · the foll South .Prairie . . . 2 1 nine again last Sunday. Orting ......... 2 1 Buzz Eley went three for four Lacamas .•..... 1 2 and Ray Brammer hit a home Dan Inveen director of CounEdgewood • . . . . • 1 2 run t~ lead the Spa1:'-a~ay hitters. ty ·Recreation'. announced MonPuyallup . . . . . . . 0 3 O_r~mg ';on eas1'.Y . at Soi.:th day that six playgrounds in this 1 Results June 9 Prame behmd t.ie h1tt111g of wm- area will be opened June 17 and Spanaway 6, Lacamas 1. ning pitcher Otto Balmer, Boyd will run through August 17. Orting 9, South· Prairie 1. Wilkins and Ken Wilburn. BalmFour of the playgrounds will Edgewood 5, Puyallup 2. er had three hits, and Wilkins be open Monday through Friday, Schedule June 16 and Wilburn two each. Chuck 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., and two Spanaway at Orting. Hodder and Swede Anderson· be operating ony part time. South Prairie at Puyallup. each stroked three hits for South The playgrounds, their leaders Edgewood vs. Lacamas at Prairie. . ·and their hom·s of operation are: Bethel. Al McCoy fanned 12. Puyallup Dawson - Florence Davisson. Western Division hitters and gave onl~, fom s13;f<:i Mpnday through Friday, 10 to 5. Pct. W L hits as· Edgewood won its first Collins School - Lee Reeves. Kiwan is . . . . . . . . 2 0 1.000 of the season, 5-2, at Puyallup .. Monday through Friday, 10 to 5. Stanley's . . . . . . . 2 0 1.000 Chuck Matson's Vi"·fect squc:eJ~ ....Central Av'!nue Schcol- Ga_il Nalley's ........ 1 1 .500 St. Paul's ..•... 1 1 .500 bunt with the bases loaded in Tollackson. Monday through FnLakewood . . . . . . 0 2 . 000 the top of the tenth inning qelp- day, 10 to 5 . Parkland School Kathrine 18 Vets ........ 0 2 .000 ed Kiwanis to a 4-2 victory over previously unbeaten NaUey's. An . Results June 9 · f Id t d f th Brewer and Byrd. W-Brewer. in111 1e err.or acoun e or e L-B. Guthrie. Kiwanis 4, Nalley's 2 (10 · other run 111 the tenth. . Orting • 031 120 ·020-9 .10 O tiings). Winner Jim Cunningham was So. Prairie 000 010 000-1 9 3 Stanley's 7, Lakewood 3. St. Paul's• 25, 18 Vets 3. touc?e~ for on_ly t~t~e_,.h,i_!~, in Barpster, Balmer · ( 5) and ten 11m111gs, while K1wams could Wilkins; Kovacevich, Sahm ( 3), Schedule Jnne 16 Stanley's vs. 18 Vets at Port- get only four off John Barnett Anderson (5) and Hodder. Wand loser Gar Winder. Balmer. L-Kovacevich. land Avenue. Bailey and Ford divided the Puyallup 110 000 000-2. 4 3 Lakewood vs. Kiwanis at Westpitching chores for the Shoemen. Edgewood 021 010 lOx-5, 10 2 ern State. K. Brock and Howard; MaCoy '°St. Paul's vs. Nalley's at Har- Ford relieved Bailey ill the sixth, but Bailey was the winner. and Whitehead, Johnson. mon. Spanaway, Kiwanis and StanThe Lumb;m~en . teed off on Western Division ley's recorded victories in Valley the 18 Vets pitchmg staff for Kiwanis 000 010 010 2-4 4 2 League play last Sunday to keep 1'_7 hits and 25 runs, tho season's Nalley's 000 100 001 0-2 3 4 their perfect recods intact. · hig~. The _Ycts mad'." 14 errors Cunningham and Cherbas; Spanaway's 6-l victory over beh111 d their throe pitchers. Barnett, vVinder (4) and Chilton. Lacamas coupled with South . Ths feature game next Sundey L-"Winder. Prairie's 9-1 loss to Orting left is the Spanaway at Orting con- Lakewood 000 002 001-3 5 6 Spanaway all alone atop the test. After losing its "inaugural Stanley's 000 403 OOx-7 8 4 Eastern Division staDdings. to Lacam.as,. Orting has scored Riderhoun, Hoxxsey (fi) and Kiwanis downed Nalley's, 4-2, 21 i•ui;s 111 its last two games Richards; Bailey, Ford (6) and in an .extra inning, to keep pace and s:· 1ll have a good chance for Murphy, McLeod, Osness. Wwith Stanley's, who defeated the title. Bailey. L-Riclerhoun. Lakewood, 7-3.. The short scores: St. Paul's 310 706 800-25 17 5 Edgewood beat Puyallup, 5-2, Eastern Division 18 Vets 102 000 000- 3 4 14 and St. Paul's ran by the 18 Lacamas 000 000 100-1 4 3 Peterson, Coleman (7) and Vets, 25-3. Spano.way 210 000 03x-6 10 1 Robbins; Wilford, Simon (4), Bob Brewer went tho route B. Guthrie, J. Guthrie (2), Dantzley (7) a.nd Charles. Wagain for Spanaway. Brewer has Duane Block (8) a1id Don Block; Peterson. L-Wilford. riow appeared in each of his t¢am's three Valley League games this year. , He went ilie distance in winning the opener at 'Puyallup; 10-4. Then he saved Art Thiel's vie-

W

I e

un

VALLEY LEAGUE Eastern Division

SECOND

THURSDAY,"JUNE 13, 1957

Travel

I

H & I POWER GLASS 81/2 Ft.

MO.OCHING RODe

SPORT STORE

VAUGHAN 1S VALUES

for chains users

Aluminum

STORM DOORS ......... _.. $38.95 STORM. DOORS ............ $19.95

McCulloch Motors Cofl)o;ratlon has appointed a·new cha.in.,;;aw dealer

v\1 it.h TclescDpe Handles

'Yood

in your neighborhood.

Reg.

SCREEN DOORS ............ $7.92 Tension Tite WINDOW SCREENS All Aluminum • E11.i£y to lnatall Ask About Our

For service a:n~ ,sales on,all McCu,Jloch saws,,\'lec&ure W·'7isit . ·· ..

"··

...

""::~::~;i--.1,.. ;:.::.~:~·'·~:~~:~·r-- ~•:!!IT.~"'~

~Vaughan 1s

PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER COMPANY

$1.95

224. Puyallup Avenue

4~9515

MA 7..2278

APP LIA !!!

~

..c.;

PIPES,. SOCKS, SUS· PENDERS, PENS, TOOLS, CAMPING EQUIPMENT

PACIFJC SAW And K

ERAL 1~rthe ,; i

$698

!!!

Ii

...,

IMPERIAL

HUNTING

GIFT ITEMS

,' --~

GR

Ill

. NICE SELECTION

SALMON NETS

Wood

,

!II

49

Le 7-703:>

l6Gth & Pacific

FLOATING

Monthly Pay Plan

l!i

Reg. $28.95 (\ With \!2l Spinning Guides ••..•

!!!

e

(.!:I

,.

,,,.:,

KNIVES With Sheath

I

DDC


II CANDY TAINMIENT FOR EVERYONE!

A.ND HA\iE:: FUN. FREE . THE KIDS. li'ENYER..

ff· TSY THE ClRCUS PEANU'il' CLOWN

BEE CHY THE GEACHNUT 'CLOWN'' ..

COME

SEE

SEE

COME

HAL ·HILL

BON BON

SEE

THE

YOUR FAVOJRnrn DISK JOCKEY

SQUARE DAN,CE

And

THE tlOCTOR ROSS

THE K.T.N.T.

DOG FOOD CLO\VN

RECORD MAN

EXHIBITI

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

LBS.

1.

LB. CAN

LBs

. CAN

e

SUNNY

JARS

JIM

M"·ii.I\ ~v

.1....·K·~ ( ft It;

DROIY!!E:DARY ·wHITIE, YELLOW, DIEVH.. S FOOD GUM OR

LIFESAVERS

N.uy· s Ii · P•BfA·

CIRCUS _ VIRGINRA BLANCHED

.

BOXES . · ·

·

PKGS. OF SIX

8.9. 39

CANS

99c

4 2

3.

.. '

IXED' NUTS

3

SKIPPY DOG FOOD . ete ' C·.ooKm~s

BROWNU: NEOPOLITAN CREME SANDWICH.

·. ··. (

56c~

CAN

CIRCUS '

(

CANS 14-0Z.

PKG.

2Sc 4·. 07(

;

25 ~!c $2039

U & I SUGAR

Povv:DERED OR BROVl/N -----·-·-----------·-----·--------------------2-Lb. Pkgs. 25.c STOKELY VAN CAMP

Vh Can

·

Picnic Pickles From Nalley,;s

POR!{ 8:r BEAN'S • • • • • • • • • 19e

NALLEY'S

14-0z. Bottles

p 0 T A T0

C A 1 S U P • • • • • • • • • 2/29c 303 Cans

n ffll.

46-0z. Cans

TOMATO JUmCIE ••••••• 4/99c

Ill

Ill

Iii'

Ill

CELLO CARROTS w . . . StH>fKIST LEMONS m

IS

SA,~AD

MIX

Ill

II

Ill

Ill

IS

IS

IS

Ill

..

m

Ill

m

"

Ill

Ill

Ill

m

m

Ill

R Ill

s .·

NAI s

II

m

m

Ill

.,

. SKINlES'S

wIE N\E Rs

LI) •

MORNIN'G GLO·RY

c

SLICED BACON

0

m mm

F0 R FA T HER'S DA Y "Lb.

ib Roast S

55c

111

.2 Bags 19c 2 Lbs~ 9c

19c

111

11

m m m

mm

FEDERAL Whole or Shank

24-0z.3;1:1 ftft ~ ~ ,.WJ~!I

Banquet or Kosher Polish or .Garlic 32-0z.

11

1/z

111

m

Ill

w

Lba.

.,

LLIlla

..

FOR \VONDERFUL

6 Ears Ill

Ill

~

·~ ~°" L

4uu Quart

~' Ay (lN

303 Cans

G.REEN BEANS •••••••• 6/99c

Ill

cHI p s

NALLEY'S

FR.Uni COCKTAml.•••••• 5/99c

CALIF CORN

Rcg1Uar 59c Box

JUMBO BOLOGNA OR PLAJN L1VER SAUSAGE=

SHORTCAKE

moz. (t

NOm 1h CANS.

ROLLS PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 1)3 .. 14 .. 15

1


VMl,LER P.DA!l •• ·•

Fa.Ir

Cainm~tteB

T!?:~ \\,1"all er Ro~d:.._Fai':r. .£l0rii.'11H.... tee i,-;·ill hleet \i\"'"2dne.sd~y, June ·19, at 8:00 p. m. at the Community hall. Represents.lives "~ 4i1t 1t\,t!1J'~JI fro?n -·Grange, j"l;....TA, yoU.th grcut;s ahd the Ga.rden club ire tO be Marie Ha:!en Orthopedic Guild present. Any other person \;•ho will hOld thrc: annual Shawberry Y.'ill vo!untee1· to assist thi.o [;l'ClUp :Festival_ --Frid8.y, ~June 14~ .at the of co'1n1nunity inirided citiZens Wa!ler Road lrnll. 64th and Wall- will be welcome. Your help 'will er road,- ·with s2rvi:ig from ·2:00 be greatly appreciated and yuµr ~to 9:00 p. .hL The- best in old sltge:stions for better·me.nt Of the fnshioned. .stru\v.her-ry shortcake .;lnnual fail~ considered b~r the and good coffee is. pT0~1ised. · board; E. D. Costantini .. iS chair-.. .i~ r,r,er~c cnjoy_aUl_e::~Prog~·.am: has :rn:in. l:een, Etrl"anged- to-r .th~ enjoyment In 'HosPHaJ 'c-f'iiu8Sts; i,vith t\~iO·p6rf6rT.na.'nces, MJ.·s. CJiff SaX:1uelSon has been one in the ~Jter:coCn and one in confined to Tacoma General hosf$_at:~1rihg novelty -pits.I follo.;",.·ing nu1jor surgery. t\Virlillg, acc01'dion Her frieTid'J \'dsh her a .Spe-edy nn·d pjano music, !! girls' qnar- recovery.. rnd quaHette. V~5ilors wiil ]Jc: the fourth Straw-. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Boobe of berrv Festival s.ince the .affair Day-ton, ·wash., were weekend st~i1rled ;vith an _aftErnoon_garden visitors of thei1· son . . in--la\-v. and party at the home of Mrs. God· daughter, Mr. and Mts. Douglas -ir0v Berg- on VValler road. Since Fogle of 3414 East 48th St. rno~f,in g the festival ·to the Co1:i ... At Sfate Camp munity lialL the ladies have reIvT1·s. Gilbert: Carl::;on, leader of tained the gnrdE<rt \>lith lovely flm·;crs and bem1tifnl _fir the Waller Road 4-H Lasc<!es, left Tacoma Sund:iy io attend th0 trees ple:.t:::ing to the _eye. State> 4·H Club Camp at PullC uild inen1 boTs \vill hold a rnan_: she \Vas aec.:.YJ_npanit.-'d Ly bazHal' alw, with beautiful hand three members of the club, Jeanmade articles and home baked ette Daker, Claudette Baker and goods for sale, with grab bags Lana Alexander. Mrs. Carlson is for the kiddies. presiding over the vveek's busiProceeds from the event vvill nss scsions. She has ,served as go to the Tacoma Orthopedic As- president of the State group sociation for inaintaining the since lust year's convention. Mary Bridge Children's hospital. The Baker twins will audition The public is invited to ~tt2nd; for the talent program, held durtickets rnay be h:1d at the door. ing Che vveek's aC;tivities. The There wi,ll be a sp8cial award. girls have become well known Jvir~. Jack Johl1son :js in charge for their venb:iloquist 3.ct. The of decorations. Others serving best wishes of the club members on the committees are: Mes- go with them. dames -Ho1ncr Haney, George School Notes liazen Sr., Rex :tlarrington, Carl Plans are being made for Simbeck, C. A. Benson, Godfrey kindergarten next foll in the PuyBerg, E-. Valentine, :.G. ·Carlson, allup public school clistrict, of (}eorge May, IIarvey :\Veeks, J. which the Waller Road school is M.c Heath, Dscm· Gilbo, S. H. a part. To be eligible for kinderBoyce, Ern~'1 Teri~e1J 1 Thomas garten a child must be five years Burns, P..alph Thorsen, E. old on or before Oct. 31, 1957. son and H. Gustafson. A birth certificate or its equival-

fete

C@m~!e·~<t;!s C@~U''Sie

First Graders To be eligible for ·1st grade a ·child must be six on or befo1·e (let-. ?."lj; ,1957. A· Certificate- or eqt1ivslent is requir2d for proof of age. A .physical exm'ningtion .JS.·T'2G).uire_d 8nd 1.vill-br?-__ given frpc of charge by aily Puyailup physiTo help the doctor;; sj:n·<?ad this e):afoinihg load ove1· the sum1ne:r months, please- take your child nccord.ing to the following schedule. ·A 11 pupils with namBS S·t~:irtfup;. ;vith t_he letters: A tl~rough fic.r_pleaoe get an aj>pointment in June; I through N"-please get an appoinimeut in July; 0 through Z-'-'-please get an appointment in August. Meeting Cancelle.{ The June 21 meeting of the Wall.er Road Grange has be~n cancelled due to members attei1tling the convention, i:akkg trips, not being able to attend and for oth2r reasons. 'lhe Gra·n.ge picnic ·wa~ Set for Aug. _4 at 2:00 p. 1n. at Wnp:.tto park - mark on your calendar! All Grn.11~ors nnd families may attend. The Auxilbry picnic will b.e at Wapato June 20 at 12'.00 noon. 'Reporter,- Mrs. Verne Fogle, LE 7-5210.

PRODUCTS

~

,

( AHTNC)-Army Capt. IIarvey Jewett, whose wifo, Betty, ]iv.i's at 9203 Waller road, TacomG, Wnsb., recentfy was graduated. from nn lS~week associate infantry officer advanced course at the Infantry School, Fort Ben: ning, Ga. Captain Jewett, son of Harvey M. Jewett; 1308 S. 12th St., was a student at the Uni·· versity of Washington before enJerry Plumb, son of Mr. and tering the Army in 19,lO. He was Mrs. Ross Plumb, came home on fr1st stationed -at Fort l~e\vis. leave from North Island near San Diego, Calif., May 30. Jerry ent is required as pr01;if of age. Will leave June 17 for Corpus Pupils living outside the Puyallup Christi, Texas, for two months, school district will not be ac- then to Japan for a 'tour of duty. cepted. A physical exxamination Good luck, Jeny! is not required for kindergarten. i:i:omeAgain Registration for kinde~arten will. Mrs. Mary Kuper be held one full wee]{ before the in each ele- Sunday, June 9, from San Fran.ciscp, Calif., where she visited dates to be with her "sister, Mrs. Lettie Dickie, and two of her nieces, Mrs. Bud Miller and Mrs. Charles Leathers. Mary reports the weather was beautiful and she had a grand time. New Grandchild Mr. and Mrs. Ted Otterstad are the proud grandparents of a new grandson, born to .Mr. and Mrs. Bob. Gray (Teddy) Ann Otterstad) June 5 in Anchorage, Alaska. Strawberry Festival The Elk Plain Firemen's· Auxiliary will hold a strawberry festival .in the Elk Plain Grange hall Sund'\Y, June 1G, from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Strawberry shortcake and cream wil be served and there will be games for the youngsters. Auxiliary members point out t.hnt this affair would be a treat for the dads on Father's Day. Proceeds will be used for Aµxiliary activities. Reporter-Mrs. Ted Otlerst.nd, LE 7-7658. R

Elk Plain News

ber Father

ROAD

VAR IE y

WE SELL AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS 6410 WALLER ROAD

LE 7-5362

he y

ut

THE BEST O~l

MONEY CAN BUY!

REG. PRICE 50c A QUART YOO SAVE l7e A QUART!

Custom Built Cabinets. & Store Fixtures We Install Free Estimateai

Premium tleavy Duty OH In Convenient Easy To .Use Cans. Here Is i(ollirOpporhmity To Malke An Imporfa!rll: Saving In Car Expense. ·Remem beir, H's The Finest Sold!

RH 0 NE 'S CABINET SHOP

REGULAR PRICE 55c A QUART. SAVE 20c ON EACH Q'UART.

LE "/-3342

Span away

Of 24 • • •

Case Of

9t. Pidmre Awards

G

e

'e

e

.Rf£GULAR PRICEAOc A QUART. YOU SAVE 11~ A QUART!

and Workl-Wide Honors

DAVID NIVEN 0 .... ~-" iO"' ~i'

CANTiNFlAS

ROBERT NEWTON SHIRLEY MaclAINE featuring 44 "Camea" Stars TECHNICOLOR®

Now Shcnving A.t 'Jf'he

Evenings .at 8: 3 0, tvion. ?.'hru Thurs. $2 & .$2.50; Fn. & Sat. $2.50 & $3. Sun. Eve. :it 7, $2 & $2_.50. Mnt. at 2 Wed, $1.50 & $2.00 Matinees at 2 Sat. & Sun ..~2 & ~2.50. (AU Prices Include Tax)

BLUE MOUSE

Box-Office Open Daily

·Screenplay by JAMES POE, JOHN FARROW and S. J. PERELMAN • From the Classic b~ JULES VERNE • Directed by, MICHAEL ANDERSON!

12 Noon tUl 9 P.M.

In Seattle

Theatre -

Cans

"~,.

I 2 Hercy1ith- $.-.. ~for ....... seats for tho ,n..,_ i Performanco on -·····------.........~n ...-~~._. ...

I Ci

I

i

l !

Name-····-......... _,,................. ,;....-.......,_ •• _,~ ... Address: ....n..-.............................. - •••-.............. ,., .... City-·----···· Zono ~ Stota ·-·····-

Make ;~Cberk o;· M. 0. Payable To;

Corns, Callouses,. Bunions, Sore Heels, Tired, Aching Feet, Weak or Fallen Arches? Get quick, inexpensive relief from these and other common foot troubles with Dr. Scholl's Remedies, Appliances, Arch Supports and Shoes! Come in today for a FREE FOOT TEST!

LINE·1

11:

ho/l',

YOUR CONTAINER SA VE 80c A GALLON!

.

FQOT COMFORT®SHQP 732 8t. Helens, Tac.

C©i§e Of 24 9r. C(ims.

BR 2-1893

G~J.

BLUE MOUSE THEATRE,

0'09061&00

G~tli.

Seattlei Wn. Please Enclose Sclf:Ad<lres~ed Stamped Env.

C©i:m •

Q

0

C

G

G

SAVE 8llc A. GALLON!

_,,-.....-·-\

~.f;:.d~'~·

. . fJ -._ f- .)·::i:.'Y.l.~i--t [~ \~\

1-

LE Chick Starter

o~ This

.~ . ;<.~·· ·;::;;~ '<>·~' ~ .N --

!"

·.

year feed for Extra Profit. Even though the season is late, your Triangle• dealer can show you how you can speed up the growth of your chicks • • in plenty of time for a good start in d. fayfog <hi< fa.ll. He'll be glad to e-x.plain the improved formula of Triangle Chick Starter which now contains TMC·37 and Bifuran, plus a perfect balance of proteins, vitamins and (nin.erals ••• a combination which gives you add.ed life protection i;nd amazingly rapid development for your chicks. Ask your dealer about it today. Mash or Pellet form.

hoo~

=====

SOLD LOCALLY BY - - - - - 1

e '/lliJZiJ""QiiG

R TRI NGLE DEALER. Can· Help You Get the Right Start for Your Chicks with

N

lh.

rnplele

USE OUR CONVENIENT

BUD ET NO VIN PAYMENT

If:.;;;. for extra

}.·earnings Jall savings (placed on or J i before 1 f the 10th\ f of the month' !'earn from the . L . . - 1st 1of the month·

Easy monthly payments on all automotive repair and accessories over Fifty Dollars. Entire transaction handled here.

& tiR&TP

mm::r

tor Overhaul

We i;eplace rings, piston pins, con.rod inserts, gaskets arid oil. We reface valves, reseat block, adjust m·i1in bearings; clean plngs; adjUst carburetor, set timing and tune

e95 All 6 (!yl.

motor.

Models

e16 gr:.

To· $17.95 ~ . ., i/J Incl .. B_onded Lmmg

Testing

,.

A MUTUAL SAVINGS llfSTlfUTION

RUDY'S FEED & SEED CO. PARKLAND, WASH.

r

t.

Pacific Federal Savings and Loan. Aaeocio.t.ion

IL___rtland -Be!t1aan;: ·• Seattle ..., Taco1mt o Euueae LEnox

7~3395


SPANAWAY • • •

cipal Richmond L. Fraser.

Wavona Jean Akin, Joyce Elaine houser, Dorothy Roberta Gray, Worth Reynolds,

Mary Cactus affectionate good wishes honored

·-·-· . . Fm.1ne · ·'· · · ···CJ"·-· ·vwm:lic" ·· :A:n:ste.th;-w.illi:a.nr-Howarct '.Bar-...·Lerinda· Ann Green,· ·Ro beFt ·Ar- ··Ro be~t<>,·-Marvin-·La-Wi-enee· ·Rose;·-M1ts..-J:-G~·Sn0wden·;·-wife·-ei·itbe ass···-11···-··--····--· n . --··"HOn1'r'"!ltl:ide11t!r·we1'e: torian, Wyona Russell; salutator- ley, Theodore . Lawrence Beck- thur Green~ouse, ~udith Eliza- Robin Marie. Ross, Carol Edith pastor. ~rs. Ray Turner and ian, Marshii. .Sle.d.en. ; b.est all ... ·. D ·. ''d·· .·B ....· . d B 1 • . · Lo.· rmda .•. · · G.reen. · · best · · · ·.·B man, : . Savi B; .h.ernar vm, · around girl . s·h · .· e An • . . · · · . .. , • ·. · · onme ue . is .,,._. op, B aron all around ·.bo..Y. B. ob Durbm.· class B... . ... . D.... . . .. n : ·. ·. . ·. . ' · · reese, · at1ene-'<Jura resemann, prophecy.· . l. Annet .. ··.te .. B.u ll oc .. lt, . Barb ara . . • . L.onnda . ·. . .Green·' class c·aro will Rita ·Frerich.s· class histor- An. .·Ch .· Cl. ·d. · L. Ch"! _' _ ' n : aron, au ia ee 1ians Bonnie Bishop Marvin Rose b · p · . L c·i·· t. H p 1 · • . . • ' erg · au a · ee m on arry . Claudeti;e Fueston. C lb'· 1 D' •. J ' C k 0 ec<, · iana '. oa;i . roo s, Members . of the class are: Marl.in Boyd Dur~m, Si~~ey Ge_ne <t Felkms, Llo;yd Ohv~r F~s t er, ~ta Raye FreJrichs, WC~~ e teF ~e Fueston, .. erry · .• lam un -

Graduation 5th.

·. · . ·· '.. sch·.·oo · 1 .gra d.uat ed a S panaway ··.r··"·d . 'th . · .1 f ine c ass_ o uoys an gJr1s w1 .1 · •· ·· t .th. h l l f co or u exermses a e sc oo W d · d · · J . e nes ay. evening,·. . une . 5 · Diplomas were presented by Prm-

~

Mauhine Works & Garagf'

134U Pac, Ave./P.O. Box ~445 Paddand 44, Wn. LE. 7-7450

F'EN CI NG

COMPLETE· MOTO.R REBUILDING

, Designers and Builders EX:PER'l'. WORKMANSIHP REASONJ\llLE PRICES Easy .Monthly Payments

Lathe Work, Press Work, Con-Rod-Grinding, Head· & Block Grinding, Pjston Grinding, Brake Drum Turning, . Reboring, Main Line Boring, Pin Fitting, Rod. AJigning,, Armature Turn· ing, Qrank Service.

AlfG HAN 5 1

beth Gustin, Rosita Nakona · N ancy L ee H oag, Car1ene •~Ie1ser, A· · k Cl'mton .nn. H . oover, p atr1c H · k' Gl · J H A os ms, orrn ean oyt, rthur Rolland Hughes, Alex Lynn . Huston, Geraldme Gay Iverson, " . . Sharon Anne Justice, Judith Elaine Kindred,· Gloria Jean Krumpos, Jacqueline Lee Lawi·ence, Jeanette Marie Leedom, Ronald Ray Lindley, Kathleen Louise Lonergan, Uwe Ulich McCallister, Timothy Emmet McGinnis, Frank Rodell Moore, Robert Bruce Moore, Sharon Louise Moore, Sandra Lee Netzel, Dannie Ray O'Neal, Dianne Marie Parker, Norma Jean Patton,· Nancy May Pe~cher, Shurman Henry Peterson, Arthur Wayne Pietz, Eileen Sue Reiter, Joe

RusseH, Wyona Evalyn2 Rus3cll, M ars h a D ee s· eld en, D av1'd I,ec su11·1van, J ames El zm.e s· out h • 11 Ch I N T I orman. cnesc• 1, ·we , • ares m Kenne"h Harold 1hompson, Vvil• . ham Martin Thompson, Woodrcw · George Van Buslurk, Sandra Leslie Valor, Verlin Glen Villines, Geraldine Joy Whittlesey, Alberta Lucille Win3low, Lloyd Lewis Worster, Donna Ruby Wy· more. WSCS 'Ihe Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Spanaway Methodist church met May 28 at the church. Mrs. Orville Critchley reported on the recent Spokane conference which she attended as a delegate. A surprise shower of pretty kerchiefs and

Mrs. F. Zirkle were the coffee h our h ost esses. B oo k mobile L d · Spanaway oop Roa res1'd dents on the west s1 e of. the · · lake will be glad to know that · 'b the Pierce County Li rary Bookmobile will make regular stops this summer at Scearces, Rt. 1, Box 500-A, the first and third Thursdays from 10:10 to 10:30 a. m. Grandmothers The Spanaway Kan Do Grandmothers will meet Thursday, June 20, at· the Spanaway fire hall, Mrs .. Ima Quinlivan presiding. Hostesses will be Emily Ball and Beulah Ballard. Graduates Gene Scearce, son of Mr. and

Thursday, June 13, 1957 . 'fhe'"fiMES·;:JQURNAL -··---·--"-~"<··-'"·-le·~·

Page 12

Mrs. Edward ·Scearce,· recently graduated from Washington State college as a .civil engineer. Young people of the community graduating from college to follow the teaching profession include Paul Lambertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Labertson, Central Washington, and Margaret.Ann Omat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Omat, Pacific Lutheran col)ege, New Pastor

eroded from the sides of the lakes. This would also save an· other +i.atµral resource--fresh water fish. Mae Tobie, master of Harts Lake Grange, and Edward Tobie, husband, will represent the Gi;ange at the state session 'which meets at Whitworth col· lege, Spokane, June 17-21.

Show T a·d· u· , . I

A cordial invi.tation is extend.• D1"sneyl~nd ed. to all to greet the new ,pa;:;H ·o tor, the Rev. George G. Nafus; Sunday at the Spanaway Methodist church. Rev. Nafus has been . assistant · pastor at the .First Two hundred-fifty little Dis· Methodist church in Tacoma. · . . · . The Rev. J. c, Snowden wm .be neyland .~haracters will come to life next Monday and their danc· at Tumwater. Boy Scouts ing -give other little childSix boys of Spanaway B6y ,re.n, ·who are sick or crippled, a · Scout Troop No. 34 spent Satur- chance to get well. June 17 at day at Camp Kilworth attending the special training course for 8:00 p. m. Mildred Keller will Patrol Leaders. They were ac-. present her pupils in a dance companied by their assistant revue at Weyerhaeuser at the Tacoma Y. M. C. A. as a benefit Scoutmaster, .Mr. Eoo.druff. for the · Mary Bridge Children's Home From Guam Mrs. Neil Galagher, daughter hospital. of the Don McLellans, accompan"Stories from Disneyland" will ied by her three daughters ar- be the theme carried throughrived recently from Guam,..... Mr,c••:mt .•the .program featuring childGallagher's assignment kept him ren of all ages. The program will at Guam and he will join his be sponsored by the Judy Johnfamily a few months hence. Mrs. son Orthopedic Guild, proceeds Gallagher and daughters enjoy- going to the Mary Bridge Childed a few days in Hawaii on the ren's hospital. The public is inway home. vited. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, LE 7-6466.

osplfa

Cl .1 will

Brand-new from.

Harts Lake Grange Active

3 MORE BIG DAYS JUNE · 13TH THRU JUNE 1STH

l·Ll:i. SNOW

Pkg.

STA~

ICE

Breakfast Gems

Dozen

No. 2'1/2 Cans

Highway Yellow Cling

Half Gallon

Your choice of Vanilla, Strawberry or Chocolate. Ideal for parties.

Half Gal.

Homogenized, drink 3 ·glassc:; evc1-y· day.

LUCERNE.M~LI Lucerne, for reducing

mm111an

2/89c Half Gal.

diet~.

SKIM MILK

g

l:llll'JBllllllll

l'J

II

39c

Lb11 Ta~te Tells, perfect for camping

P0R.K & <.BEANS •••• 1

Busy<Baker. VJ,b. 23c.

C.RAC.K E RS • • •

. . •• 29c

COOKIES. • • L

Strawberries

·2-Lh. Pkg.

Kitchei1 Craft, quicli; & easy.

BAKING MIX •.

""

12·0z. Pkg.

Melrose Cocoanut Bar

Beverly, creamy or chunky

• •

•• 33c

PEANUT BUTTER .• ' • • • • 49c: Zippy Fresh Fancy Cucumber Chips. 16-0z. Jar

P l C K I.. E S • • • • • • • l9c: Kitchi:m Craft • so conv..,nient

Nu Made Mayonnaise

3-Lb. Pkg.

Dutch Mill, Pimento, Swiss or Amei·ican

8"0Z. f'kg,

SLICED CHEESE ••• • • 29c Fine flavored ,i;andwich spread\

Rip~,

2-Lb. Loaf

Beef Steak for Siidng

FRESH TOMATOES

BREEZE CHEESE • • • • ·• 69c

6

lb. 2lc:

J,a1·ge well filled ears~ Ekmt quali1-y.

Two resolutions important to the state were recently passed by the Harts Lake Grange and sent to the State Grange session: (a) Save native. shrubs, trees and flowers, and natural beauties for present and future generations. This resolution includes giving ' information on (a) laws on, taking trees, shrubs and flowers on government and private property; (b) protection of shrubs and flowers along our ·highways; (c) laws on cutting our native trees; (d) how to cut Christmas trees, (1) tree itself, and (2) leaving branch for future tree; ( e i· · pto· tection of natural beauties such as. waterfalls, rock cliffs, gulches, rocks, petrified forests, etc.; en-' courage Granges in protecting and establishing historical landmarks. (b) Save two natural resources-lakes and frssh water fish. Whereas natural resources in the Sttae of Washington have been of much value to our state, and whereas too often we fose these natural resources by neglecting to protect them so !u" ture generations may also bcmefit, and whereas motor boats on some of our lakes cause steady rolling waves which in. time will erode the banks of the lakes thereby filling the lakes so that we lose the ·full use of the lakes and in time wlll spoil the lakes for fresh wat.er fishing, therefore be it resolved that we work for legislation to save our lakes, one of our nat.ural resources, from being filled in by soil

Gasoline ~Chain .Saw )?;;ti~~

Model 530

.183.50

Suiltwiib powe that lasts and lasts! I . ;tfere'$ ~e biggest arid best\_ news ever for chain saw usef.$! · Porter-Cable, manufact11rer of · quality portable power tools, proudly announces the brandi new, Model 530 Gas Chain Saw~ Ids powered by a rugged 4 HP engine, specifically designed, and built by Porter-Cable 1 for this saw. . . \ The Model 53() delivers o~t~ standing, on-ilic-job perfor~, ance and faster, easier cutting than ever. before. The Modell 530 ls suited for all types 1 of cutting and will handle anJ tree or log.up.to 48" in 1 diameter. (Three bar sizell available.) .. ·

Call F<Jr F1·ee · Demonstration Easy Terms

Webster ·Robinson Machinery BRoadway 2-0341 Puyallup Ave. & A St., Tacoma

SANDERS - EDGERS - POLISHERS • HAND SANDERS • SKIL SAWS • ELECTRIC DRILLS - CEMENT MIXERS • ETC • · ALSO HAND TOOLS FOR RENT

SWEET CORN ••••••••• , • 5/39c

White Mapic

ll9UlD STARCH

Empress, the finest you can buy.

STRAWBERRY JAM

Dubuque Brand, 4 Y:o 8 Lbs. .. • Lb.

1 ~/:~~~~!"

(

Fresh Straw'b'erries. RED PLUMS Local grown NorthJuicy Calif. Red Beauty west vcrriety. Juicy, Pound ••••• 19c sweet. Now is the COACHELLA time to can or freeze GRAPEFRUIT Excellent for juicing or them. Safeway has half portions. the best. · § .. Lb. Bag • • • 39c

18-0z. Jar

PANCAKE MIX •••••• 39c

I-

Porter-Cable

BEEF T ROAST· BEEF RIB

.

·Ea.ch ......... ; .... , .. , . .. . . .. . •

.Manor House; .Ftesh Frozen. Serve Fr~

FRESHGROUND BEEF

, lf. S. Choice

Trinuned . . . • Lb.

·Ground "f'resh

••• 65e 1-Lh. Pkg.

~Sr;

8-0!!. Pb.

Fmes ettee:tive

'J)hfil.s;, ..June

13th,

th?!! Sat:~5 June _'15th; 2t. ~ind .& _pfi~-ili~:;

§af£-~;a:v~-.

Nn Ga!Bs

~ fl_eafer~; tight .!i!11it is reserved.

ro.

99c 83c 39c SLICED

U. S.Choi.ce Trl:mmed

1-Lb. Pkg.

0

IJ?:9 Q er

Tr.im.'lled . . .. . Lb.

SKINLESS . WIENERS • • • 47c

....

39C

U.S. Choke

Somenmt. Brand, +,he allmeat wiener..1-Lb. Pkg.

.!L11ct1t.

LEMONADE

U. S. Choice Blade Cut ·. . .. . Lb.

AST 89.c BEEF T-BONE STEAK IGHS BEEF .SIRLOIN Sf.EAK

House. Fresh Frozen. Stock up. ..

29~

Iii

Lb. Lb.

BACON

Armour's Banner Brand Lean and flavorful.

I ~Lb'.

Pkg.

e

01·

Ill

Ill

Ill

I!!!

Ill

chopped. m

I!!

I!!

I!!

6-0z. Can

SPINACH HALF RINGS COFFEE CAKES Curtsy Apple

59c I!!!" •• 10c 7/$1 .00

1111!! !!!

Bel-air, fresh frozen. 12-0z. l(lc .

Eel-air, leaf

Iii

s

m

I!!!

Iii

!!I

!!!'

Curtsy, Cherry - . ideal ·for snacks.

D

29c ~pp LE, J uIcE •. 3/85c G·RAPE JUICE. 4/$1 TOMATO JlHCE 5/$1. GREEN ,BEANS 6/$11i100 e

.u

EJ

46-0,,. Ca!'.a

D

II

Tea Garden, a family ·favorite"o ..

24-0x. Bottles

Iii

Town House or Sunny Dawn

46-0z. Cans

o

B~tiarga~e

Ill

!!I

u

Fancy Cut

16-02:. Ca!'..s

!ll

Sugar Belle

Ol'

Ill

Iii

Ill

'!'own Hc1.1s'6

FANCY PEAS

17-Pz. Caris Ill

Ill

llil

w

LIEnox 7-7311

8-0x. Pkg.

'!'ea Garden, stock up.

Ill

9813 Pacific Avenue

12-0z. C1111s

s~uce

m

nderson Lumber

2-Lb. Can

II

6/S1~

·Billfolds • • $1. to$10 • Schick .Shavers $18.75 Lighters - Pipes $1 to Remi.nglon . . Ronson Shavers • Father's Day Cards Kodaks &Supplies. a

Ii

'>

im

II

..

:*:?!:'Y;;;:;::::1~3:,'

l~f'nh~

pg"

nr1111~

IUUUU.J I U\111 YI U!)'1 FAciFJC: AVENLE


A No~~lhwesl Product! LB. -,, ',.-,·

BAG

1

i~·o1.

Jar Gold Medal 25-Lb. Bag $2.33. ·

F L 0 uR F,isher~s

Prices Effective ThlU'Sm~ Frifil, Sat~~ Jmnu~ 13 ~ 14 a 15th.•

GARIGOLD

e w

Ill

G

Ill

Ill .. ii JI!

l!l,S. GOOD OR CHOICE STEIE.R"' BDEA'L FOR swms'S~MG!

Ru

69c

c

a

ms

11 ••

.

350 ~

;··ao·" '11\1 '

ZEE SO~COUNT

PACKA~E

~i~'ic:o:!e:·r

S···..

40-0z.. Pkg,

Blackberry, 12-0z. . .......... ·

....... Lb.

t.

$111106

Ill

LYNDEN LARGE PER DOZ~~I

7c

g~~~eor

Steer ...

,. Ro··. as·•

B

II

.

Ill

ASST. FLAVORS REG. PKGS~

B

To '

Ill

.

~

SUNNY JiM PRESERVES stt·~,~.. Logan., Rasp'., ·. ··3·

1-Lb. Pkg. Ill

Ill

IUSKIJ · MIX

3/39c

Dadgo!d Cubes

II

10-Lb. Bag

c

Be.f . • . . . • • ~~·,,. "~ "'

ILi

U.S. Good or Cho;ce Boneless Steer Beef. Bi·aise or SiC'\V .••.

s1.

CON CA~NE NAlLEY'S is. oz. CANS

.JU'MBO SIZE CALIFORNIA

UDeS

BUY THE MEAT THAT BRINGS YOU BASEBALL!

c

Ill

Lbm

Sliced Luncheon Meat

CUfstell's Iiyi;rade Boneless B::tisket '.~-:; Lb. Aver. Lb. . .......•...

Carsten's Hygrade Skinless

COMBINATION LOAF SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT, SALAMI OR PEPPER

I-Lh. Pkg.

Wl!ENE·RS • • , • • • • • 49€:: Carsten's Hygrade· Sliced

a•i!'il

Flex-Vac G-Oz. Pkg. . . . . . ~lhjll

1-Lh. Pkg.

ti " •.•. •• 69c

BA

MEAT ·PRIDES EF'l'ECTIVE llNTII'., 6 P.M. SATURDAY

2 Bunches Delicious K1·afl Products KRAFT

RADISHES GREEN ONIONS

6-0z. Dottle

FR ENC

DRESSI NG.......... 33c.

. . . • • 33c

Casino French

DRESSING

8-0z. Bottle

••

Kraft

YOU'R CHOICE 2 BUNCHES.

2-Lb. Loaf

VE'lVEETA •••• Q1rnl't Dressing

• • 85c

American

5-0z. Jar

Garlic

5-0z:. fJar

Mircu;ge Whip .•.. 59c Cheese Spre~d. 2/41c

Processed

"'""''a"'" Sha~p

C~11eese

.

.

·. .

Lb.

• • • Slc Cheese Spread • . 2Sc · .

31/,i-Oz.

Cidif= Nos 1 While Rose 10-=Lblll Plio Bag

131/;-0z;

Mellow

Cracf{er Barrel •• 69c Cracker Barrel •• 63c Park wN Shop Thriftway •

LEVER BROS. PRODUCTS

Villa Thriftway Store • • l0ll1 Gravelly Lake Dr. S.W.

3-Lb. Can

SPftY

~

w m u m

m m

~

~

~

Summit View Thriftway • .. • • • • 5309 East 112th

T ........ ,.

Midland Thriftway • •

I D. .,J'!I,.,,,,.,,,,.,, Efficient and Milt!

I

SOAP ............ ~ . A KES . . . ,. ,. . ~ "' . . 33c

FROZEN PEAS .

II I

\'h1fe Kmni! tuuud ~· ·g

l

·

·

w~ter Softener "" . " I

.,! j

n

~

••

a "'

Galic

m ...a .. s.

w_67~.

.

! Lii:;,m···

12~011:.

,;;;;;;;;&; ··;· ...

Shurflne Fruit

21/z Can

COCKTAIL •••• 37c

Sh~dinc WMle Roast

Shurfresh Frozen

.

.

1-Lb. Pkg. l-Lb. ·Can 6-0z.

10-0z. B

1-Lb. Can

Folgers

COFFEE • ..

3/49c iO-Oz.

6-0z. Tins

New Style Box

25•Ft.

•• 99c 5-Lh. Bag

Enriched Slmrfinc

~·. . ... • • 55c

5-Lb. Bag

Fisher's Blend

FLOUR.

• • 95c

4-Lb. Bag

Sburfine

PANCAKE MIX • • 53c New Lotion, Rollt

1%-0z. Stick

Deodorant Stick • • 69e

NEW DOVIE 'f()ILET BARS, Reg •••••• 2/39c DOVE CRE,AM~ Y()UR SIUN ww..111 a:: vn11 W..A~M. llibllth ll!nl!'l;; _____ 2.!'49e. . (____ •• _.......... _............,...__. ....... .. ----- .. ,.. - ...... -,_ --- . . 1 ~:;-

~-"':'.""""'

~

9-0z.

.Pietsweet Froze;.. Spears . ......... ;;m;;;;.'I

.... 39c I

INSTANT COFFEE $1.39 FLOUR ••••••• Slc

II FRIES .... 3/49c

Glasses

4-0z. Can

:1"1%-0z. Package For

COFFEE •••••• 95c SARAN WRAP

Pictsweei Fl'Ozen

2.5c . I

Giant Pkg.

b

W~lie, K1~g .S.oap -~

Instant Powdered Cream

BABY LIMAS .... :.... 2/49c

Q- ,

--·u·--·- - - - ·- - - Large Pkg. h

EO CREMES

P.REAM ••••••• 31c JVl,JB

Plctsiveet Frozen

22-0z. 1111

Ill

COFFEE •••••• 93c ORANGE JUICE • 8/$1

Plctswcct Fi·ozen

.

",m ___

I i\tBJ~.

1701 East 99th

AT THRIFTWA Y ...... .

13-0z. Ca.tlS

'

o

15c COUPONS

KING "D" . . "' . . . . 67c I ea n,s. e· r....... , ~ . ·2;a1c.-· 1a --

Maxwell - JOc peal.

Giant Pkg.

m

PET· RITZ. APPLE, PEACH orr~BOYSENBERRY .. 'FROZ'EN -~ -·- - - REDEEM YOUR

Lnrgc

DETERGENT

I

e

Thriftway Food Fair • • • • 214 West Main. Puyallup

n~

·.-WHITE KING PRODUCTS

HI

e

Stan's Thriftway • • • .. • • 6421 Steilaco.cm Blvd.

22-0z. Can

n_..i_t_

e

....

:l.0-0z. Pkgs.

COLI . . . . ~. 2/45e ·m

1

Beads 0 Bleach SO EFFECTIVE 32-0z. Size ..........

c.9C

~


Prizes,· r1zes, Ill

.

al loons

For The ids. Fun.For

..

.

irking another year of betto HILLS BROS.·.

ffee .. 2-1.&. Tin s1. S~rved

,,..

TO OUR FRH:NDS AND . CUSTOM'ERS:

Free Friday &: Saturday

PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD .

•IX-.

It has been a pleasure to serve you. This is the anniversad of our twelfth year at this same location, our second year in the new store . To show our appreciation to you, we are planning an anniversary sale with money sa'ving values in every department. Make sure you stop in this weekend to say hello and save . yourself a lot of money! Thank You.

Pkga

12/sl BREAST Of CHICKEN

una

1!!1

B.

~<;'}

·

=---=

s1

6112-0zB

B

-

'1ffS' .

.. 20-0z.

SUNNY JIM

The Perfect Salad Dressing - "Potato. Salad''

Strawberry Jam 3/s1 ·Tang qt.

Carnation Milk ~:

3/39c

HEINZ HAMBURGER .OR

Carnati1Jll llflstant11 Honfatllry Milk I 8-Qt.

3/

Nalley's Picnic Pickles' 24-0z. 1

tDogRelish ll4YC

&sc

Mix 'Em or Match 'Em.

Banquet. Kosher

Garlic or Polish Dills

~1 ~

·

KRAFTS

Carnation lnstan.t: Chocolate n•vored Drink

I d Oil ...... Quart 4YC

c

16-0z. Jar

Cucumber Chips • • • • 2/ 45.: NALLEY'S "CRISP"

.

.POTATO 1CHIPS

Reg. 39c Bag II

II

n

29c

' . TEf\UDER GRAIN FED BEEF

E ~

SWISS

FUL·l CUT ROUND

e

U.S. INS. NO. 1 HEN

Lb. •

e. •

~CJ~

i'EDONE .. WELL TRIMMED

~

T... Lb.

E

Pkg,. ,.

m

11

CARSTEN"S HYG:R.ADE BONELESS

""~

IA

SHORT

RIBS .,1 ,..

B

Pound

FuHy Cooked, Ready To Eat

Iii!

I!!!

l!I

ll!

l!i

l!i

3-lbsa. $1 .oo· ~

Fresh local

~

am

s

LETTUCE

u;. ·I.•~ R

II

II

J~°1_11i.~WIERR!I llllJRTCANE 1/MEI . ·•'i.¥<\;;,!\''W•'* ~'/t;-/#~~_)~~*)~Y:''.Y

7

Golden Bantum

JUST DEFROST.ANO SERVE-NO BAKING! NO COOKINGl

Smooth creamy filling ..• light flaky crust

,,;~

49.C.

FRUIT

PIES

BIRDSEYE FROSTED SPECIALS

LEMONADE s100 6=0z11 9 For LIMEADE &~Oz. • 9 For . 1

II

II

II

II

II

II

Ii

ORANGE JUICE 6'90zVJ 7 For II . . . . II

..

6/

4-Lbs.

Pillsbury

PANCAKE MIX

s

11

SJ

Sunny Jim

s100

BAKED BEANS l!I

FROSTED VEGETABLES POTATO'PATTIES •• FRENCH .FRIES • • • . PEAS 'e e • • • • • 0

Served AH Day Friday and Saturday

11

m

11

·

PEANUT BUTTER Band M

11

m •

• •

3 20-0z. 4

11

m

28-0z:.

.; II

II

m

II

Heinz

.SWEET ..PICKLES

g

..

II

D

m

25c

3/$1

DUTCH MAID

GREEN BEANS • • • PEAS & CARROTS • • • • • CUT CORN • • • • • • • • • BROC'COU . . . . . . . . . .

YOUR ONLY HOME OWNED .

SUPER. MAR.KET 12208 Pacific Averu.1e·

Ill

argar1ne 5Lbsl!I

For

II

0 PEN:

1. Days A Week 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Prices Effective THURS., !i'R!., SAT. THIS WEEK

C 0 RN••• 8 For

'

BERRIES

No Sales To Dealers. Right To J,.,ifu.it Reserved

cup

13c ~ .(w~H

NOW! new...... frozen CREAM PIES

11

FISH &CHI

II E 1111

TOMATOES

m

Birdseye

Head

Fancy Slicing

iiis'i·t~ ,

CHOICE Each ••

Also: Assorted Cream Pies

II

YOUR

f.AJ.\!LY SIZE

OVEN READY

q

Fl

•Tins

GIA

Ballard Biscuits

55c lb.

TURKEYS =~ · SELECT CUTS

15~0z.

· ·. ...

BEEF STEW • • • • • • • • • 29c

SHU..OBN RIB

Sandwic

hite King ·Savings

(

L~rge

CANE SUGAR_J

2s~t.b;.

aa9 s2.39

Ripe

CANTELOUPES 2/

OUR MOTTO. ALWAYS


Times journal v 12 no 40 jun 13, 1957  
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you