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Spanaway Play Program Now On The Sp::maway Playground prog·ra!TI o~Jened lvlondny, June 17 1 under the direction· of George Fossen on the playground at Spanaway school. All young people arc welcome from 10;00 a.m. on for a well rounded supervised progra111 as di1·ect€d by Norman Volume 12, No. 41 PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WAS}{. LEnox 7-0223 Inveen of the Metropolitan l?ark Board. As t11c sucress of the program depends nn the numb2r of children using the facilities, the cooperation of all 'in the area is u~·ged. Anyone desiring iniormaJerry Siler of 10804 A street, tion should phone LE 7-7,425. ·acted as road captain for the Saturday and Sunday 1~.rere busy Volkswagen club of Tacoma d.-iys for Spanaway men helping with the recreation program. A when .it went to Grayland- Sunbu!kh cad in the Metropolitan day for its June outing. Park wa; partially completed and The auto caravan, consisting dirt. dug and dumped for use of four cars, started from 5636 · when the jo h is finished, a new South Tacoma Way at 5:00 a.m. float was built and the beach \Vas cleared of glass and debis: The itinerary included a breakSpecial thanks goes to Riley stop at Montesano and at Bros. for donating equipinent•fo1' destination, clam digging the Project, to Carl Rose for his a picnic. help and to many others who so In the ·lead car with Mr. Siler willingly assisted. Anyone willing Mrs. Siler and their to work on the project is asked ·to contact the Recreation Committee by calling LE 7-7425. Much more is to be done and all One Navy tractor moved 10,help is most gratefully received. 800,000 cubic feet of snow to The Committee has been given clear a sea ice landing strip for plaµes arriving in the Antarctic tlrn green light from the Metropolitan Park Board to go ahead from New Zealand last October. with plans for the building in the park and for conditioning. out through the straits ·of Juan De Fuca, then down the coast Chapels have been built at of ball fields in the park for and up the Columbia to Portland where she was due on Wednesday. Captured on film by Wes McKewen, Times Journal photo- two· Antarctic bases by Navy sca- Little League play. Five men in the Spanaway grapher who went out in his boat to make his own record of this bees working in their off-duty momentous occasion, the Nautilus is shown sailing through Com- hours. area are taking a course in small mencement ·bay with a number of officers and crewmen "top side" enjoying the beauties of an ideal day on Puget Sound. Photo by McKewen

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1957

The Nautilus., lt S. Navy's First At om .. powered Sub, Visits Tacoma Volkswagen Club In Su~day Trip

MIRACLE SUB-Greeted by a host of spectators along the waterfront, the Navy's first atom-powered sub cruised into Tacoma's harbor Monday afternoon to moor at the Naval Station dock ov!)r night .. Leaving Seattle in the morning, the 300-Io.ot undersea craft had visited the Navy's only accoustic range, in Carr inlet, returning through the Narrows for her brief stay in Tacoma. The Nautilus made a brief stop at Seattle Tuesday belo1·e passing

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The following building permits have been issued by Keith 'T. Jones, County Road Engineer, Building Department: Jack Busenius, $700 store room, Rt. 7, Box 312, Tacoma; L. P. Bently, $4000 mov. home to prop., Rt. 7, Spanaway; Wm. Keller, $1000 addn. to home, Rt. 2, Fl.ox 861, Puyallup; Ernest F. }lu!!bschman,. . $15,000 brickjrnmc home, Rt. .4, Puyallup; !<11th M .. I:Iartwell, $2000. addn. jto .home, .10415 So. Ains\Vorth: John G . .l<~dness, $15,000 fra.me }lome, Spanaway;. Loyd o.. Hoyt, :~:LOO(} fl'";l11C garage, 11101 S.outh Siieridan; Walter A, Anderson, '1J~OQO mov, ho111e to prop.; 861 So:· 13.1~h; .. ~e3rg~.L:• '.{'iltq1_1~ $90.0 addn... tC> giri'il!te';1 Span:a:vray;'E;rrl Ca111pbe]], $5000 fr.i!De •• hon+~· 1627 So. l16t;h; W: D. Hccht'li!i $350 frrune bam,3007 So. 83rd.

Meeting Friday A meeting of the Spanav:riy Rec·1·0ation Con1mittcc is sot for Friday, June 21, at 8:00 p.m. in the Spanaway fire hall to iron out problems and to make decisions pertaining to this project. All clubs and churches are urged to send representatives in order to make sure that all those interested have a voice in the plaris.

Bake Sale Faith Chapter, O.E.S., will hold a bn!te sale at the Big Bear store. 133rd and Pacific avenue, on Friday, June 21, from 10:00 till 5:00.

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VaHey Riding Parkland JC's Club Showdeo To Ai.d Library Planined July 4

The Valley Riding Club of Puyallup announced today that its annual "Showdeo" would .be held at .1:30 p.m., July 4, at the Club gro\lnds. Programmed for the enjoyment of the whole family, events for both j1111ior and adult riders will include such timed events as Pole Bending and the thrilling Trail.er Race as well as judged performance classes including the popular . Western Cow Horse comJ'.lctition.<Th6. Sho.~deo wiH fc".tu;e a mou,rr~ed drill exhibic :tioi;i J:iy ~.its .••"µifoi;111ed ..team.. J?.1 Banne.rm1m;. Showdeo.. chair:nian;• ·h\'vii:es all interested . par.~ i;jcipants to.compete for the beautiful t,wphies and ribbons offc\·ed at this popular show. Entries 0 a- G e will be accepted up to noon of AUTOMOBILE ••• the thing show day, the Fourth· of July. that's almost put a stop to "Many families, looking for horse stealing! 'safe and sane' cntertainn1eni SAFETY SHOES . . . $12.00 value for only $8. 95. Laccto~t6c, neoprene soles. SAFETY BOOTS ... Regularly $23.06 now for just $11).95. Bone Dry, "The Best:," offers · PICKUP or '!.'RAILER LOAD you these special ladies canvas flats, in five colors, with U-Haul crepe soles for only $1.99. TYENTY-FQUR HOUR SHOE REPAIR SERVICE at

bore rifle instruction at Pt. Defiance pavilion in preparation for a rifle club and shooting gallery in the school this fall. The class is lJeing taught by Chet Paulson and other nationally recognized "hunter safety" marksmen. Fifty mc1J and women arc enrolled. in the Monday night classes. The men from this area are Annon May, Art Hallingren, Byron Parker, James Fitts and John Newell.

Parkland Man Tapped by GMC

The Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce is spearheading a drive this month and next to renovate and rehabilitate the Parkland public library. The chairman, Anz Grazzini, reports that at present Pi1rkland is in need of a more adequate building as· the library has outgrown its old qtionset hut quarters erected by the Community dub. The Jay Cces have several money raising projects in pro" gress fo raise t.he necessary funds and urge the communiLY to. support ·this acLivity and help :Parkland grow. over the Fourth, will be b±:ing.illg their lunches to enjoy this. fine shbw undei· the commanding vi.cW Of !'At. R,ainieri'' said -Banncrmm1, ''hut plenty of refreshmm1ts will llf' available in the club grounds."

Los Angeles. June 17-Don L: Davis, director of Operations o.f the world-famous Gaget-Of-The Month Club, Inc., today advi.sed James E. Jones of 870 S. 117th: Street, Parkland, that his invent.ion of a unique pill crusher has been acepted and approved by the GMC Gadget Jury. The Gadget .Jury is the offidal scr~ening agency of the. Gadgi;tOf-Thc-Month Club and is cpniposcd. of cxpc'.t.s in patentijlg, manufacturing :md . marketing; of n.ew inventions of oycry l;:ijld; nati.:1·.e.

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JACK BROVIN .................................... PUBLISHER NEVA T. HONEYWELL ................................ EDITOR BOB WARREN .. ; ................. , .............. ADV. MNGR. ESTHER GODDARD .................•••..•••.... ADVER'rISING LOUIS SPRY ................................. SPORTS EDITOR KENNETH POTTLE ................... SHOP SUPERINTENDENT r 1 VI ES McKE NEN · • · · · · · · · · · · · · · • · · • • • • • • • • • • ·PHOTOGRAPHER Qualified as a Legal Publication under Chapter 213 of the Legislative Acts of the 1941 Regular Session of the State of Wash.

The students who will enroll in junior high· school next September are: Susan Anderson, Joanne Boshell, Wilma Churning, Effie Clark, Lyla Hanson, Hazel Hite; Lois Konsmo, Jean Hi.tlscher, Sandra LarkipB, Marion Lee,Alice Massey, Joyce Notton, Karen Peters, Jane Pfitzen'meyer, Jackie Sperling, Carol Squires, Rose Taylor, Barbara W oo d , J oh n Bl'me1,. B'll F ox, Bill i Hoffman, 'Kenneth Martin, Charles Nelson, Willis Savage, Roger Swanson and Bill Rutherford. Visitors V'1s1'tors a t th e George May ' home the past week were Mrs. Lucille Heathcote, aunt of Mr. May, and her friend, Mrs. Mar-

Carlson road, ma1;king the' birtii of a grandson! The baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barr (Vienna Sand) of Alexandria, Virginia. He has been named Jonnie Richard. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson of Carlson road. Mr. Barr is serving with the U. A. Air Force at Washington, D.C. Festival a Success Once again the doors have closed on the annual strawberry festival sponsored each year by the Marie Hazen Orthopedic Guild at the Waller. Road community hall. Hundreds of persons attended throughout the afternoon and evening. The talent of the young folks appearing on the program was well rec;eived by the a'.udience. Thanks from the Orthopedic ladies in charge to all who supported them in their worthwhile project. Vacation Bible School Following the week-long Vacation Bible school held at the Community hall by the Evergreen Baptist Church, the Rev. Herbert Lawrentz announces that the closing exercises will ·be presented by the children at the Combined Sunday services June 23 at 9:45 a.m. The hour-long program will be given for parents and friends. Ever)lohe' 'is· welcome. Sunday school and church are held each Sunday at Waller road. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, LE 7-!'>210.

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LaVonn Sparkman from Mineral, Ben Wood, Charlie and Katy Reed from Morton were the delegates of Morton Rockologists attending the last Nisqually Rock Club meeting to explain the organization for the Rock Show that will be held at Morton the same dates as the Logger's Ju· bilee in August. Exhibits are we!corned from members or nonmembers of clubs. Details will" be furnished the Nisqually club Mrs. Pearl Engel, later and can be obtained from them or Morton.

Birthday Party Friday afternoon, June 14, Mrs. Mae Kirkpatrick gave a birthday party honoring Ethel Taylor. The ladies present were Mrs. Mary Thompson, Theresa Bloom, Cora Lyday, Ann Snell, Sophia Kirkpatrick, Virgie Battle, Vada Lodeni, Allegra Bloom and Ruth Fitzer. Mr. George Battle, Mrs. Taylor's brother, was also present. Reporter Elbe.

Virgie. and George B~ttles reported on their field trip to Silver Lake and the Pow-wow at Medford, Oregon. Jerry Hoyer recommended seeing the rock display in the Tacoma Public Library. Roy Millen from Alder was a visitor and demonstrated black light on flourescent rock. Other visitors to .our club were Myrtle Leach from the Canyada L':'dge and Pat Stenberg from Tacoma.

heiped make it a special evening enjoyed an outdoor picnic with their families and balloons and weiner roast that went on all evening for the children, a tour of the Alder Power House, garden hats and handicraft prizes, and the talent of callers Ed Hendricks, Esther Hansberry and Ed Townsend who also donated his time to MC the entertainment. The Gilberts have been residents of this area practically all their Iivos and with to thank those A surprise feature of the Alder who helped them celebrate. Square Dance Saturday night was the announcement of the 25th wedding anniversary of THE U. S. AIR FORCE Helen and Lloyd Gilbert, followSPECIALISTS IN AIRPOWER ed by all dancing the Happy PolIm. Square dance friends who

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Deli ve1·ed free by U. S. Mail to all homes in the trade territory. Delin? Sptehn~er, tof Othakland, Calif. The Mineral, Pleasant Valley Paid subscriptions elsewhere! urii;g e1r s ay ey were. entertamed on numerous occasions and Elbe Community Sewing ln Wash. State $2.50 per year; outside the state, $3.00 per year. and also visited other relatives Circle will meet Tuesday, June 25, at the home of Mrs. Pearl in Tacoma and Seattle. ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kulju Engel. With so much work piled ~· . and children of Richland were up to be done, it was decided to ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-'¥' Mrs. C. R. Mc;tVfillan sp.ent the visitors at the Jonathan O'Brien abandon the usual potluck lunch REAL GOLD 6-0z. Tins weekend at Wmlock with her home last weekend. this one day, each member bedaughter, Nancy McMillan. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Turner ing asked to bring her own sack Ada Holden Circle of East 62nd street had as their lunch; coffee and cold drings Tastes So Real The Family Will Wonder Where The Ada, Holden Circle of the guests for a week Mr. and Mrs. wills be supplied. This will give You Put The Peel! Three girls of the Summit 4-H Woman's Society of the Summit George Johnson of Sl!n Fran- the members more time to catch church will meet Thursday, June up on the work that has accumBusy Chix entered the 4-H Discisco. The Turners entertained trict demonstration meeting held 27, at 12:30 p. m. at the home their guests with trips to the ulated. It is hopcn that all members recently in the Waller Road of Mrs. Clarence Ralp!J. on Mt. ocean and the Mountain and also school. Maryanne Morton re- Tacoma Drive. The regular busi- to visit relatives in Seattle. The will be present. ceived a blue ribbon, Joyce Burr ness session will follow the des- Johnsons are Mrs. Turner's uncle Trips, Visits and aunt. Mrs. Richard Parker left Elbe a blue ribbon and Carol Adams sert luncheon. To Locate Here lflst Wednesday to go by bus to a red ribbon. Bible School Later Due to the vacations of sevA recent graduate of Central Texrts to join her husband. The Busy ChLx will meet SatTwo daughters of Mr. and Mrs. urday, June 22, nt the home of eral workers in the Sunday Washington College of Education the leader, Mrs. Ario Morton, school of the Summit church, the is John Roger Anderson who, Ralph Stevens, Lawana and Ger4020 East King St. During the vacation Bible school will be held with Mrs.· Anderson and sons aldine, are visiting their grandsnmmcr months there will be in August this year, the dates Roger and Danny, returned to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles this disLrict recently They spent Miller. These Seattle girls enjoy only one meeting each month to be announced later. several weeks at the home of his the big out-of-doors freedom of except on some special event Stock Raisers country '.Vhich they are -planning. Ill !II Ill Ill Ill All members of the Summit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser Anderson, 80th and Vickery Visits, Trit1s Stock Raisers 4-H club are asked went to Raymond last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garland to bring their record. books to road, and are now csta blishing O~Lbs. to comfort ]\fr. and Mrs. Ed residence at Summit. Mr. Anda".ld their four children have re· the next meeting, which will be turned to their home at Lee's Thursday, June 20, at 7:30 p. m. erson will teach 4th· grade 'at Norman, whose three-monthsIll Ill Ill .11 old son Howm-d passed way June Su1nn1it, Missouri, after a two- at the home of Robert Terp on Maplewood school for his first 5. Mrs. Norman· is the grandteaching assignment. w.eek vacation visit with Mrs. Canyon road. The ribbons which daughter of the F.r ase1.·.s. . ,,., 'SUNSHINE SWISS OR OREO Family Reunion (}arland's_ parents, M~. and Mrs. were won at.the demonstrations Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pemberlfl!!. If Mrs. Harvey Weeks Sr. of Nichol of 10,lth arnI Grant. at Waller Road hall will be prel\jJ ft Waller road has returned to her ton of Smith Rover, Calif., uncle · II Ill 111 Ill Ill ii! Ill 1111 Mr. and NI:rs. William M. Lund sented at this meeting. and aunt of Mrs. Floyd Kast, are nf Canyon road have returned Trygve Haaland, 4-H reporter. home after a pleasant month- guests of the Kast family. Mrs. long stay at the home of relaSUNSHINE home fro1n a vacation trip, Mrs. Any News? tives in Kokomo, Ind. For the Frank Jewell, mother of Mrs. Lund and chidren spending three If you have been on vacation first time in 43 years all of the Kast and sister of Mrs. Pember; weeks with her parents .in NeIll Ill or have guests from away, or eight members of her immedi- ton, arrived fro1n Brinnon, Wash., 'iraska. Mr. Lund met her there know any item of news, won't ate family were together to help Friday so ihe families could «!nd they spent three weeks visitenjoy a pleasant reunion. Mr. you please call LE 7-8391. their mother', Mrs. Mary Smith, ing friends ·and relatives in "WyoReporter-Mrs. M. S. Rau, LE celebrate her 80th birthday on and Mrs. Pemberton are on an ming and Colorado. extended vacation. They spent 7-8391. Mother's Day. Later at a reunion Clarence Heister hns returned some time in Portland, Oregon., of relatives and old time friends, home to Washington, D. C., after on their way to Elbe and plan held in Little York, over 128 TASTY DELICIOUS - CHEF'S DELIGHT 2-LB. LOAF spending his three weeks vacato go eastward and visit several persons were in attendance. Detion with his parents, Mr. and families in Montana before respite the threatening weather in Mrs. E. B. Heister, and his sisturning to California. and around these Indiana towns, ter and family, the Arlo Mortons Casey ·swrmson and son Roda gay time was had. of East King St. ney, accompanied by Albert As has been the custom for Birthday Party Wood of Ifont, left Elbe to enjoy several years past, once again Diane Ebert, daughter of Mr. weekend rabbit hunting in Eastthe graduating 6th graders of and Mrs. Lloyd Ebert of Vickery ern Washington. You'll Make A Hit With Every Mouse In The House! the Waller Road school were road, celebrated her eighth birthMr. and Mrs. Ray Engel and feted May 26 at a party held in day by inviting a group of class- Mrs. Pead Engel enjoyed a pleasthe Community hali. sponsored mates and friends in for a party. ant visit with Mrs. Violet McGO'LDEN by the P-TA, assisted by mothers Games were played with prizes Lean at her home in Tacoma last of the young people. awarded to Debbie Graham, Friday. They have been friends ,;J Each girl was presented with Laura Costantini, Ann Aarhaus for over 30 years. The old tima corsage, each boy with a bout· and Rosalie Notton. Many lovely ers at Elhc will remember toniere at the start of the eve· gifts were presented to Diane by Charlie McLean.. her husband, ning of games and fun. Follow- her little friends. Sharing the who lost his life many years ago ing the gaiety refreshments llfun of the day and the decorat- while fishing in the Nisqually GUARANTEED TO HAVE NO BONES were served by the mothers and ed birthday cairn were Ann river at Elbe. the P-TA committee in charge. Aarhaus, Laura Costantini, Lavina Elmore, Debbie Graham, " Debby Looker, Nani Mae Lovell, Susie McSwain, Mary Ninemires, For All Rosalie Nott.on. Diane Perrin, Your Janet Shonborg, George Sprinkle, Drug Needs Karen Taylor, Vina Beuchler, the Fun Line of insecticides, ho.nored guest, Diane Ebert and See Us Plant Food and her sisted Janis and brother First! Fertilizers. Wayne. ·New Daughter Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Mr. and Mrs. E. K. (Pat) Yode1· of Vickery road welcomed Home of Fishers Quality Feeds a new daughter, Leasa Coline, Knapp & Canyon Roads June 3. Mighty proud also is Next to Summit Trading Co. Airport & Canyon Roads brother Scott. LEnox 7-0668 LE 7-7136 We Deliver It's a Boy! 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n Your Trip On The Road To Paradise MT. RAH'HER NATIONAL PARK, contains 378 square miles of America's supj:'rlative mountain grnndeur, is e::i.:>.ily nccessible from the gateway cities of Tacoma and Seattle. Towering above all this is lVIL Rainier, an extinct volcano, 14,408 feet above sea level. It is the highest perp~tually iceclad peak, ;:rnd has the largest single system of glaciers in the U.S. ··These glaciers, 26 in ail., contain more than 45 square miles or 29,000 acres, of ice. Beneath these masses of moving ice are born many turbule11t rive1·s which flow through the Evergreen Playground to the waters of the Pacific. Almost 700 species of flo'.veting plants in addition to hundreds of fern:i, mosses and fungi; 34 waterfalls, G2 lakes, and trees centuries old, add to this JVf ountain of grandeur. Here is fun for all-.-hiking, mountain climbing, saddle horse riding, fishing, dancing and easy walks through flower meadows, Hotels, lodges and camp grounds are provided for :rour comfort. Guides, :Ranger Naturalists, spacious lobbies and experienced, intelligent personnel prov1de for your entertainment. PARADISE VALLEY, situated on the south side of l\i t. Rainier, is reached by way of excellent highs leading direetly to Paradise Inn. You will II at the huge evergreen trees lining the high-

way on eithe:.r side, the great Nisqually Glacier that flows precipitoudy dovvn the mountain to\Vard the roadside, beantiful Narada Falls dropping 168 foet to the Pafadise River Canyon, unexcelled panoramas from the highway at Ricksecker and Inspiration points, and spectacular Mount Rainier itself, rising 14.403 feet Ebove sea levei. We urge you to visit Pal'adise for it is without doubt THE GR.Fi;J.\TEST SINGLE SCENIC ATTRACTION IN THE ENTIRE NORTff\VEST. Paradise Inn, with its unique timbered lobby and dining room, is renowned for its excellent food and comfort, and ·will be open June 21. NARADA FALLS, on the highway to Paradise Valley i:i one of 34 waterfalfa in Mount Rainier National Parle

NATURALIST CONDUCTED. TOURS see the beauties of Pnradise Valley and the Tatoosh Range with Mt. St. Helens sixty miles away. Ile sure to plan a trip to the park this summer. On this page you will find listed many businesses and their location shown, ·who will endea'vor to make your tr.ip more pleasant. Keep this page, referring . to it on your trip.

HAY., CUTTING Farm-All tractor; fast hour $5; $4 thereaftr:·t'; LE 7M48i5 or LE 7 .. 7434. 3ctf BRICK WORK - House leveling and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace and stone work. LE 'i'· 4291. 3ctf ROTOTILLING LEnox 1,1755.

The TIMES - JOUEN.11:.L

PLTJMBING & HEATING liE

'd'~7Z93

Ace Dirt Moving Cc. • Help Wanted

$4 00 per hour 3ctf

Bulldozing - Ditching TOP SOIL _ GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN F'IELDS Phone TH 5-2452

5

WOMEN 18-55, to address and mail our circulars at home on commission. Write GIFT FAIR, (Dept. 8), Springfield, Penna. 5p41

SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards 3ctf $l2: Buck, JU 8-3189. 3ctf "OQWER MOVVERS sharpened WANTED - Strong middle aged woman to clean house once a PLOWING, rotovating, leveling and serviced; pick-up and de· weelt; also someone fo1· child livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 care and light hotJ!lework once lawns; also hay mowing; R D. Beeler; LE 'i'-4940. 3ctf Tacoma Ave., MA 7·3431. 3ctf a ·w?ek; must hav_e O\Vn tran_s .. ROOFING, composition, shingl- SPANA WAY ELECTRIC......Con. portaUon; Ll1! 7-3QG3, .5c41 ing; roof repairing; fr2e estim· tracti.ng and appliances; free _ ates; LE 7-4859. 3ctf engineering service for electric ""' Ost OUn heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & -- -- ..,..... LOST - Yellow male c·at with SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers sh~r~ tail, wearing :red collar; loaded or we hai.11; LE 7-7586 vic1mty Spanawayl.oop; reward. 3ctf Le 7-8833. 6c41

l

FERN HILL BEAUTY SHOP BEA~~~~rCE

ACE SEPTIC TANK SER.VICE Septic Tanks Cleaned

O. B. ACKLEY LE 7-7882 LE 7-4343 HOUSE MOVING - Levellng, foundations; cement work; ,free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf

ons

& F · d-·-·--··' 6

I

I • Wanted To Buy

8

82ll7% Park Ave. GR 4-3177 HIGHEST CASH P~ICES paid for _ __ __ _ _ __ _, smelter pole and log timber. Bi.ENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn- Call evenings. LE 7-5972. Seti yard compost; sand; free esti. . . mates JU 8-2111. for hve~tock of all b~ds. 3 ctf CASH ___ ,_ . Also wanted live cattle for mmk FAST PHOTO SERVICE ---, In feed. WA 2·6797. ELMER MACK 8ctf at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY' IN; MA 7-3565. PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf

Spallilaway

Food Center

. . . 59c

Qt,

ii.raft

S~lad

Oil

8-Lb. Can

• • •• 79e

Crisco Mortong

Salt

. . . . 2/17c

Full Cream Sharp Cheddar

Ch~ese

Lb.

•••• 59c Pkgs.

Koci Aid •• 6/25c· Lb.

Large

Franks

o

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Lb.

Swifts Premium

Fresh fryers • 49c Carsten's Ham

12-0z. Jar

Salad.Spread • 63c Top Round

Lb.

9 Cube Steaks •• 65,c

• Real Estate

HAY CUTTING, side delivery rake, plowing and discing. Baler .SMITH CABINET SHOP--,-Re· Lb. New available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and modeling, kitc'Pen ca)Jinets; we .Homes In Parkland CommunVickery Road. 3ctf s.ell glass; 16309 S. Park, S.Pil,D- itJ~s; Acr~~ase close in, either • • away; LE 7-7949. 3ctf wit.h or w.ithout buildings. Head CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of Bert all kinds; WA 2-6952. ~ 3ctf LeH~ce • • 11220 Pacific Ave. Wirin~ Lb. foe Cold Free Estimates Office--Days: LE 7-8695 South End Auto Wreckers Guaranteed Satisfaction Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3315 USED PARTS Watermelon •• Emergency Service Motors - Transmissions BY OWNER. Modern 2-bedPrices Effe.ctive Tirl:?s - Batteries PEARL room, Parkland; will finance; Friday, Saturday This Week We Buy Junk Cars LE 7-3563 immediate possession; some Als.o Custom Welding furniture; LE 7-4805. 9c41 by Jo.e's Welding PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All makes of furnaces for sale; FOR SALE - Parkland home. 3 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. specializing in Williams OIL 'O' complete apartments, 4 v~ell Spanaway LE 7-6534 MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water kppt lots, corner loeation, 6 '57 FORDS & CHEVRQLETS; SMALLEY SNAP .. ON TOOLS Johnny Installations, Se:·vice; reason- blocks from PLC; near McCbord wholesale prices. Hall, 1012 South llJJth, Lenox able; 755 South 108th, LE 'i'- and Fort Lewis; ·3 baths, storage, MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., 1-0856. 3ctf 4045. 3ctf double garage, patio, fish pond, LE 7 ·4060 anytime, evenings, 12ctf fruit trees; owner moving to S1mdays. ROTOVATING & TRACTOR ~ Seattle; 401 South 11Gth. 9c41 WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Evergreen Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 HOUSING UNITS DELIVERED 3ctf $1700 to $2700. Can be financed 57 CADDILAC Cpe. DeVille, SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Reif you own your lot. Pay cash full power, 6-way seats, place and repair work. 3 years and save up to $200. Units are factory air condition $5495 Airport at Portland Ave. to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. fully insulated and standard 138th & Pac. Ave. LE 7-4772 · 3ctf built. Let us build your foundaOpen Sunday tion; average cost $250. You 1 1 save over 50% on your housing cost by purchasing one of BEST BUYS these units. Look thorn over Pump1 New Lumber and Used after 4:00 p.llJ.. during .the week, Chevrolet .Salesman ct JETS all day Saturday and Sunday, ti SUBMERSIB.LES at East 46th and Rqosevelt, Ta@ CENTRIFUGALS coma. '• 4i TURBINES STA.K'S SUl'EFt SOIL SERV. McDOWELI/S ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat BUILDING. SUPPLY I fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7Milton 8259. 3ctf WAverly 2-8582

•. le

'Potatoes

44 Bob Snyder Gas .. 0·1lene TAHey

"'' Get It Here Before You Start That Trip. It Costs Less

UNION 76

19c Burgers & Hot Dogs

Fill Up H4;re For That Mt. Trip. Our Good Gas Will

llc French Fries

Give You That• Needed Pep

34c Double Burgers

U. S. ROYAL

TIRES - BA~TERIES

LE 7-405ri

LE 7c6076 10002 P!lcific Ave.

10018 Pacific Avenue

MUll"S GA'RAGE & SERVICE

45

HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED BEFORE YOU START THAT MOUNTAIN TRIP COMPLETE AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIR MOBIL GAS & OIL PRODUCTS LE 7-7342

10005 Pacific Avenue

47

SUMMIT TRAD'ING CO.

46 AN'l)ERSON

L!!JMBER To Yelm

VOR, POP, .MOM AN-DER.SON

104th & Canyon Road

Vee Hav, Zupplies

FRIENDLY SERVICE

PAINTS

Full Line Grnceries, Meats

Lumber & Bldg. Supplies

Hardware And Picnic Supplies

9813 Pacific Ave. LE 7-7311

McDANH~lS

48

THE HOME OF THE LOW PRICE STORE HOURS: 9 TILL 9 - SJ.JN .. 9 TILL 7 LOTS OF I!'REE PARKING $

49 \¥mows Cafe 11

Rocky Ridge

.,..o/

I 50

Either Road Yon Take

Graham St.ore & Friendly Tavern

HOME BAKED PIES

Feel at. Home Among Friends

of '.'-,Cr

Food As You Like It

,!....,0

-§ .u

Beer & Wine to Take Out GAS and OIL - Groceries General l'l'ferchandise

... Fountain ..

• ToRoy

Lois. & Joe Baumgartner

$c

ELECTRIC

• Automotive

ECONOMY Builders Supply

Roy & .Helen Thorsen

Ride with the Flying Horse -

.~

• ill\ <II

Court & Cafe !II •·1,1maway G & 10 fl

Sparnaway

: Ill Target Sport Store 33 Ill Ouhl's One Stop Service 34 !II Green Acres Exchange 35

O Prettyman Heating Co. 36 iii Rudy's l<'eed & Seed 37

Ill Rau Mfg. Co. 38 O Mountain Brand Shakes 41

• Parkland fl Siler's 42

HAY . BAILING;

e

Dari Diner 4.3 Gas-o-lene Alley 44

PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY LE 7-5772. -

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FOUNDATIONS-New additions; free estimates, financing; work guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf

SEPTIC TANK

52

53 Mo1.mtain View

FELTS FARM

Shop Restaurant

Cafe

AN UNUSUAL PLACE

SUNDAY DINNERS a Specialty

Home-made Pie and the Famous Gypo Logger Hamburge1· Operated By MARGARET & HORACE FELT Meridian Hiw,iy 5 Miles South of Graham

54

EATONVInE Shortcut to Mt. Rainier

VAN CLEVE MOTORS Ford Sales & Service Chevron Gas

PARNE'll GROCERY

SLop Ami Get Your Picnic Needs Here - We Carry Ice EATONVILLE

- Sun Glasses (48-Hour Service)

Box 426

SEPTIC TANKS & c WATER LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or LE 7-3204. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Conte.nts hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR 2-1025. If no answer call GR 27334. 3ctf WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, concrete \\"Ork. Reasonable; LE 7-3550. 3ctf

NEAT I BEAUTY SHOP I I GR 2·"1628 72ncl and Portland Ave.

Eatonville

LAWNS MOWED reasonable; rotary or reel; Call Jerry; LE 73249.

EATONVILLE HOTEL

56

Margaret E. Taylpr

TE 2-46•36

Fl'iendly Service

-

Attractive Rooms for Tow:il;ts

Reasonable Rates -

Hom!) for Elderly Citizens

Centrally Located Near Stores

'

GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, .tleating. New work. :Remodeling, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. 3ctr

Hours: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. G•mlen Supplies Souvenirs - F'ilms

GR 2-7038

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

YAN BUSKIRK VARIETY

55

Near Churches .s:,

Top Sl'lil a.t Reduced Price~

Fmnk Roordon LE 7.,5759

Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditch~g

Mamlinig & Smith LE '13930

\_

PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments jn your own hame; day or night; LE 7-7254. 3ctf

C. V. Hutson GR 4-3980

Tanks

BULLDOZING

Prompt· Service

Meridian Highway an!! Carlson Road

Gravel Water Lines Septic:

additions, remodeling. Free estimates. Fin. ancing, no down payment. Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf

Po1..ver Me,vers A Specialty Free Pick-up & Delivery

11009 Pacific Ave.

Bank Run

~'OUNDATlONS,

Serviced and Stored

CLEANING

) Anderson Lumber 8

• ToTacoma

LE 3ctf

LAWN MOWERS

MOBILGAS

"Personal Friendly Service Need Cost No More" Hours: 8 a.m. - ():30 p.m. - Sundays 10 - 2 c Ck.i~uge & Service '

BULL

Tacoma Trades

AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; upholstery & convertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. 3ctf,

L & M Automotive Service 29

• The Bargain Ba.sket 31

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RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· struction. Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. LE 73127. 3ctf

Oil and Accessories Groceries - Meats and Beverages ® Roy "Y" Cafe &Serv. Station 27

This is Your

Call LE 7-7281 Tacoma Pump & Well Drming Co.

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!Sl JIM & LEE"S GROCE·ffY & SERVICE

Auto Sales

Berkeley

Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms

3>:'40

BRICK & BLOCK WORK: fireplaces a specialty; LE 7-7428 3ctf DON'S LAWN SERVICE -Blade work, hauling, loadin&', top soil, new lawns; guaranteed work. Don Afdem, 608-E Woodland Road, Puyallup; LE 7-6571 or LE 7-5063. 3c43

I2

LE 7m8591

WELL DRILLING

AT GRAHAM

Meridian & Airport

. . Sc

Brown Realty

Heme

CUSTOM 7-8375.

AIRPORT & CANYON ROAD

41c

TAYLOR ROAD - $11,950 PRICED below FHA appraisal. Lh·ing room, separate dining room, hardwood f\oors thruout, 2 extra large bedrooms, 4-pc. bath, lots of built-ins and lm·ge closets, attached garage. Barn 22x14. Land 100x347', all cleared. FHA terms. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. $5,250 - PARKLAND SELL OR TRADE. Cute, clean, 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, wired 220, lots of built-ins, 3, pc. modern bath, concrete fdn, garage, 3 lots. Close to Pacific Avenue bus and stores. Call Ralph Decker, GR '1-9579. SO. TACOMA - $6500 $500 DOWN, $45 mqnth, 2 bedrooms, living room, large kitchen, wired 220, breakfast nook, picture windows, 3 lots, garage. Lots of fruit and garden. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579.

Don Flowers New Chevrnlet Cars & Trucks Used Cars ·& Tru.cks Come to

Puy@Hup Valley Chevrolet For The Best Deal Opposite Postoffice PUYALLUP, WASH •

TH

BR 2-0734 TH 5-133:?

5~1766

13--Farm Column

HAY BALING

McKinley Hill Realty

Cutting and Raking For dependable woi•k c.all LEnox .7-8373

6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4,9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board

JACK RANDLES Fred.rickson

Jennie L. Grodvig

Parkland Realty Co.

HAY MOWING LE 7-621.'l.

LE 7-7794 or 13ctf

Insurance of All Kinds FOR SALE - 1 % acres standing Notary Public hay; Best off.<;or; LE 7-5717. l3c41 GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; Est. in Parkland Since 1941 leveling; weekend deliveries; FOR SALE - 4 acres standing LE 7-8609 Office LE 7-7291. 3ctf hay; LEnex 7-4208. 13c41 802 Garfield St., Parkland "Deal with the people who ·give FOR SALE --, Fordson tractor C!oggeC:I you their personal attention." with plow; also extra 3 wheel ··---···-·-·--plow. Tractor runs but has SALISHAN SALVAGE Just Call Us Hardwood Flooring, room 12'x14', blown head gasket; was recently you take up, $15; we take up $19 overhauled and has new magneto. Sell for scrap iron price Sheetrock, room 26'x14'; you of- $45 for all. LE 7-637 4. 13p41 Pumping Service take off, $10. ' Stairs, 8-foot rise, $12. TH 5.,2373 Inside Doors with trim, choice $6 TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed Round Concrete Posts, 12" dirock, Utah coal; LE 7 .3535 o;· ameter, 24" long FREE; you Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ct£ haul, we help load. Wood Ranges & Heaters, good condition, $10 each. Kitchen Cabinets, base $6, upper $10. Nursing Home After 4:00 p.m. week days or all 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7.5395 day Saturday and Sunday only, LICENSED NURSES ON at East 46th and Roosevelt, TaDUTY 24·HOURS A .DAV coma. McDOWELL'S KITCHEN CABINETS, corner Milton lie Ii shelve.~, book cases; birch, fir WAverly 2-8582 or knotty pine; built to your specifications; get .the best for t» Per Feed Dollar less-my prices are the.. lowest. "'Use" HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, FOR RENT - 2 bedro.om house; 'rriangle Farm Proven Feeds LE 7-5514. 3ctf near ~chool, stores, bus; LE 77489. 9c.41

Drains?

Toilet Won't flush?

Sanitary Septic Tank

Midland

FOR MORE

Rentals

HILL TOP G.RAVEL CO. Puyq.Hup TH 5-2198 for de· livery or will l.oad yom truck. Pit at end of 23rrl A,ve. S.E. Puyallup.

Screened Rd. Gravel Crushed Rock· Top ~ii • Drain. Gravel 6 Days a Week

Meat - Milk - E'ggs

10

Parker Paints

BOARD AND .ROOM, home cook.mg; LE 7-6009. lOctf FOR SALE - 2 bedroom home plus one acre, $5750; $350 down, $55 a month; LE 7-3851. 10c41

• Repair Serv;ice 11

RUDY'S

Feed & SAArl ~... . 14~6~ ~~ci~~ ;,,v:.- ~E -;-_4;881

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9

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Work Wanted

14

WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Largest stock in town. Repair. PRIVATE DRIVER training lesing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer sons; call LE 7-4495 any time. 14ctf Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409. llctf (Continued on Page 7).


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Thursday,

June

The TIMES - JOURNAL

20,

1957

TAP DANc:i:NGi:'ESSONS. Be. PARKLAND. FU:RNI.Tcr..E- ...,.. ginning and ad.vanced. Call Jim Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf

·

:;''..''.,SEWING, alterations, mending, CHILD CARE in my home, 1756 BABY FURNITURE, new and FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam '°'' ironing; reasonable; LE 7-5636. So. 106th Street. 14p41 used, tor sale or rent; SMALL FRY EXCHANGE boats $275 unpainted; work 14c44 FOR SALE - Eggs and cream; 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., l5ctf SITTING in my home days. also good milk cow; LE 7-8'720. 15ctf 84th & Waller Rd. LE 7-5340. 14c41 15p41 ---------FOR RENT '9 Wheel Balancing ·ynLL DO HOUSEWORK; also FOR SALE Jersey-Guernsey Motor Ttme-Ups ironing in your home or mine; c9V\r giv).ng 1 gallons or better; @ Headlight Adjusting $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE $150; LE 7-731.3. J5c41 7-5398 or LE 7-7423. 14ctf "------------·-·---··Airpm·t .Rocket Service FOR SALE OR TRADE - Est;t~ Airport Rd. Next to lGA Riding Academy range, bottled or natural gas, TENDERLOVING CARE f9r baby Shopping Center with, griddle; good condition; Mt. Hiway LE 7-6377 in my home· references· LE 7phone Eatonville TE 2-4436. , ' 14p43 15c41 BATON TWIRLING classes, be- CAN'T PAY for nice SINGER ginners and advanced, by Frank electric walnut console; pay off OIL FOR LESS if you live within Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now balance of $37 at $5 each month 2 miles of our plant. Why pay in Tacoma area; if interested and get free home demonstra•.... :FOR SALE La1·ge blooming more than 18c for stove oil in cnll MA 7-5559 Thursday or Sattion. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., ""''°''.baskets of fuchias, your choice 100-gallon lots? LAPENSKI'S urday. 15ctf 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. ----·-· -·- --·-· .. •r ' '$3.50. ROUSE'S FLOWERS, HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 15c41 12131 East F St. 15c41 Pacific Ave., LE 7-8173. 15ctf LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus cutting and wrapping, also re- VACATION TIME is here: Make a encourage dishonesty; tail counter. Avenue Meats, trip to the Tacoma-Pierce Counkeved, combination> 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox ty Humane Society, 2608 Center , chang !d; Parkland Cycle & 7-3570. l5ctf St., and let your children select Kep; 11009 Pacific Ave. LE 75772. !'letl FOR SALE Siegler heaters a pet. Open daily, Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 to 5:00. 15c41 at Parkland Fuel Oil Service: LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. 30 Day Free Trial 15ctf PIANO, Wentworth upright; 20 Year Guarantee ---very good condition; $165; GR Built For ~11! Goodyear Air Foam TACOMA UPHOLSTERY 2-5627. 15c41 Rugged Use .. ~ Famous Red-Line Foundation Special on reupholstering dav. MT. HIWAY Classical enport, chair, as low as $129. PIANO LESSONS Davenos $49.00: Rocker, '$29. and modern. Reasonable rate. CABINET SHOP Hlst & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 Free stimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7- Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. VI 7-7638 15ctf 0327. 15ctf Open Till 9:00 p.m.

e

Riding Horses

B&B

15

Um

50

Parkway Furniture

FRESH TOMATOES

NOW

New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Avf' Hesi dence Phone LE 7-3748. 15ctf

OPEN

SOOP ER

SAW SURVUS SERGEANT got busted to a private and could not pay for SIL VERTONE console TV with only $49 due at $7 each month; here's your chance to really save on a TV. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c41 ROOMS WANTED - "In Parkland and vicinity for college students. Call LE 7 -8611, cxte;nsion 14, office of Dean of Men, Pacific Lutheran College. 15c41 LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service for developing. In at 10, .out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. SWING ROCKERS FULL size, four colors, good covers, $39.50 or 2. for $75.00; terms, trades. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st St. & Pacific Ave.; Open till 9:00. LE 7-3941. 15c41 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET classes. .All ages. Mildred Keller, LE 7-7881. 15ctf

.BRIDE &.'tfR60M SPECIAL

iT'S'NEW! 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 THE Contour chair that rocks. So. Park Ave. Family Portrait That's right, lean back to a position, wiggle Studios. 15ctf comfort11-ble your toes and rock. Gooa selecRough or Finished Lumber EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant tions of covers, speedy special Direct From Mill boats; wagon wheels for sale. orders; first in the Northwest Don't carry it-drive right into at PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141 Graham, Wash. , VI 7-2229 our complete out-board motor St. & Pacific Ave., Open . till 9:00. LE 7-3941. Terms, trades. VIOLIN LESSONS in Parkland repair service shop. MAJOR OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 15c41 or Taco1·na; beginners accepted; Blanche Yorktheimcr, MA 7- Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf 7361. 15c42 SMALL REFRIGERATOR, good condition, $25; free 6-weeks-old STATION WAGON OWNERS kittens and year-old cats; LE 7NOW you can buy a Custom built 6256. 15c41 Kar-Rae you can be proud to put on your Station Wagon. SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES961l PACIFIC AVENUE Beautifully varnished, gives that Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann 15ctl "town & country" look. Posi- Bakery. LE 7..4771 -------··---·---tive clip and turn-buckle fast- FOR SALE Alder slab wood ening- secure your Kar-Rae~ 49. DE SOTO Coupe. R & H. for. range or fireplace, cheap. UEasily handled by one person. Clean inside and out. MoHaul. LE 7-6331, 4520 East Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard 100th. tor perfect. Good 15c41 Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & rubber ............ $325 Pacific Ave. So., Phone LE 51 PONTIAC 4-Dr. R & H. 7-5194. 15p48 ' Stand. trans. Good motor, BULLDOZING - DITCHING body· and tires. Clean ANNOUNclNG a new service in GRAVEL • TOP SOIL - SEPTIC interior ............ $350 this area. Have your precious TAl\"KS DRAIN FIELDS 51 FORD 2-Dr. R '& H, Fordobaby's shoes and souvenirs 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup matic. Motor perfect. Clean metalized to last a lifetime. All Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 · interior. Good paint and work guaranteed. Write or • '• chrome ............ $485 phone Tiny Tot Metalizing Co., -Esbmates For ••• 51 NASH Rambler Station P. 0. Box 323 Spanaway. LE Home Wiring Remodel, Wagon. R & H, new tires, 7-7922. 15c41 Dryers, Electric Heat, mechanical Al. Clean $550 Emergency Service Call 51 OLDS Super 4-Dr. Radio, WANTED - Two ladies to share WEBB ELECTRIC herrtcr clean interior, ne"v\I· expenses and driving to MinneDays LE 7-7463, paint. Motor A-1 condiapolis; leaving July 6; LE 7-0165 Eve.LE 7-4437 tion. Good rubber ... $a"~ after 5:00. 15p41

TOO LE'S SAWMILL

Cook and Jone$ l\1otors

--~----

Ace Dirt Moving Co.

1

No matter what the season, you'll find that the savings are greater at Big Bear,. the ftrieru:Hya locally-owned! store where beti"er foods cost less .. end cost less anytime cin1d all the time. So come to Big Bear to· day, get acquainted with real savings to be foil!nd here!

LOIN PORK

ROAST

California solid firm ripe Beef Steak "Variety!

LADY ELBERTA FANCY

Full Flavored

GRADE'AA'M

ill

FRESH

Rib

cuts of lean and terider, corn - fed pork. A to.p buy at Big Bear!

Per lb. Only .

POTATOES

THRE·E Pei· Lb.

'ZEN

CENTER PORK CHOPS ~:~ 65 Lean, tender and well-trimmed; cut to your liking! 1

RK

31/2

~LOINS

POUND

49

Whole or half fresh loins of pork; at this low price.

Calif. Shafter Whites. U.S. No. 1 grade, washed.

GROUND BEEF

FRESH PEAS ~:~ 121/2 Home grown sweet and tender well filled pods

Freshly ground, lean beef; guaranteed to please!

with a.gard~n fresh flavor. A low, low price!,

4-POUNDS

21/2 .. oz. Ca!'!s

The very finest, thin slices of selected, lean beef; cured just right and delicious in flavor .. wonderful f.or quick. easy meals! A low. low price!

Ea eh Only

a

Sturdy. large woven laundry bcasltets at a tremendous savings! J~st one of the many big values in our Housewares Dept•

tHeC BRAND SWEET REFRESHING

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.HAPPY EVENT-Little Spanaway Preschoolers who have been meeting two mornings a week in the old kindergarten room at the school held "graduation" exercises May 31 in the gym. The children gave I). short program and Mr. Fraser, the principal, presented the diplomas. Parents of the children and also the. th~ee 1st grade classes of the school were prnsent. Mrs. Chester Creso has been the teacher of the class, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Tini. Pictnred above in their graduation caps are, left to right: Front row-Frank O'Leary, Lyman Felins, Paul Black, Freddie Clemens, Larry Loete, ])onald Ramseth, Burton Kriedler, Pat O'Hern, Billy Cantrnll, Richard White, David Strocker; second row-Sharon. McNiven, Cristine Myron, Vicki Fugate, .Marcia Kantou, Linda Misner, JoAnn Green, Joyce Woracek, Sharon Frasch, Carol Nygren, Patricia Conley, Cathy Creso, Donna Tilton; third row-Ralph Taini, Dale Failey, Neal Brown, Lany Michaelson, Pete Smith, Joe Kindred, Johnny Dennis, Dale Lape, Jimmy Slakey, Daniel Agnew. Jean Domer, Randy Hendricksen and Billy Thomas were absent when the picture was taken. ELK PLAIN •

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Cards And Colts

Play Friday At Dawson field The Franklin-Pierce Cardinals of the Tacoma Junior League play their first home gan;ie of the season against the Sixth Avenue Colts this Friday at Dawson Field, at 94th and Portland Avenue. Gametime is 5:45 p. m. ,The Cards are 1-1 in the league while the Colts are unbeaten. The Colts are spearheaded by Tom Sisul, a tall righthandcr, who is unbeaten this season. Ken Southall will pitch for the Cardinals in Friday's game. Franklin-Pierce district teams came through with three victories in Boys Baseball last week. Rich's Wolves won a pair, 13-8 Potover the UP Boosters and 4-3 over Pot n' Kettle. The former was a Tacoma Bantam League game and the latter an exhibition contest. The Franklin-Pierce Cardinals won a 2-1 thriller from the Vaughn Lumberjacks, in Junior League Action. Bill Hobert pitched both victories for Rich's striking out 15 Pot n' Ket tie hitters and giving

only ()ne hit to the Boosters. · Franklin-Pierce opened the scoring· in the second inning when a four-base error allowed Ken Southall to score. Southhall ran into trouble in the fifth after two were out. After allowing one single he then walked three straight hitters to force in the tying run. The Cards won it in the seven th when Joe Mancuso reached first. on an error, stole. second, was balked to third by~ losing pitcher Louis Ovl)rbo, and scored on· Tom Lumsden's singlg. The short scores: Rich's . Wolves 172 011 1_ 13 J.O 6 UP Boosters 101 402 0- 8 1 7 Bill Hobert and Da11 Hobert; Boosters' batteries 'unavailable. . Pot n' Kettle 000 001 2-3 10 2 Rich'sWolves 004 000 x-4 8 3 Peterson and Dunlap; Bill Hobert and Dan Hobert. FranklinPierce 010 000 1-2 6 1 Vaughn Lumberj11clrn 000 010 0-l 5 3 Southall and Goings; Overbo and Schlindler. BETHEL LEAGUES Results of last week's games: PEE WEE - SpanawaY Hawks 29, Roy 0. Spanaway Giants 21, Wilkens Packers 13. Spanaway Zurfluh 35, Roy 7. Elk Plain 7, Spanaway Giants 0. Wilkens Packers 9, Spanaway Haviland 9, . (suspended, . darkness). MIDGET-Kapowsin Eagles 15, Elk Plain 0. Kapowsin Eagles 13, Roy J.. Spanaway Merchants 15, Roy 12. Spanaway Firemen 24, Benston. Grangers :3. Ac\vancc schedule: All games start at 5:45. Last named team is the home team.

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Pierce pitched the Lal;;ewood win over Kiwanis. Lakewood packed @I their scoring into four innings off four hurlers. · Cunningham was the loser. Brnokdnle will hold the qualSt. Paul's staved off a ninth ifying rounds for the club champinning rally by the Nalley's Ta!1g- ionship this weekend. The first men and Roger· Coleman got round of the titlG tourney will credit for the win. start June 30. Frank Ingersoll had three hits Also on the srhedule at for the Lumbermen, butJohnny Brookdale for the weekend is a Williams' grand slam triple in po in ts tourney. theseventh inning off Ron May .Results of last week's play. was the deciding blow. GROOKDALE Medal Play:, Coleman, who pitched for First division, Nick Kneip 72-7l'itncoln High this spring, allow- 65, Jack Francis 77-9-68; Seced only four hits. ond division, Dave Eedmunds May, the loser, received poor 77-12-65, Russ Gaines 78-10-68, support from his mates as ",0!11Y two runs were earned off him. Nalley's vs. Stanley's at SEBC. Next week Spanaway meets 18 VetS vs. Lakmyood at Clover South Prai!"ie at home in a Park. battle for first place. Brewer Kiwanis vs. St. Paul's at Har.will pitch for Spanaway and , mon. either Kovacevich or Sahm The short scores. will crank for the P1·airie. Spana¥<·8..y The short scores: 001 002 000 000 0-3 11 5 VALLEY. LEAGUE Orting Eastern Division 000 000 021 000 1-4 15 3 Pct. W L Brewer, Thiel (IJ) and Byrd; .750 ~panaway . . . . • 3 1 Balmer and Wilkins. L-Thicl. .750 Sou th Prairie . . 3 1 S. Prairie 130 332 000-12 14 1 .750 Orting ........ 3 1 Puyallup 000 003 000- 3 11 3 .500 Edgewood . . . . . 2 2 _ Kovacevich and Hodder; K. .333 Lacamas .•.•... 1 3 Brock, Seeberg (7) and Stroh, .000 Puyallup . . . . . . 0 4 Howard. HR-South Prairie, LatResults Sunday ten, Luhtala. Orting 4, Spanaway 3 ( 13 .inEdgewood 000 020 100-3 7 2 nings). Lacamas 010 010 000-2 5 2 South Prairie 12, Puyallup 3. MaCo.y and Johnson; Baker Edgewood 3, Lacamas 2. and Black. 'Next Sunday's Schedule Stanley's 103 410 200-11 13 4 South Prairie at Spanaway. Orting vs. Edgewood at West- 18 Vets 000 300 000- 3. 3 10 Bailey, Martin ( 6), Bickford ern State. Puyallup vs. Lacamas at Bethel. ( 8) end McLeod, Osness; Dantley, Gale and Charles. Western Division W L' Pct. L'kewood 006 020 503-16 10 1 0 Stanley's ..... . 3 1.000 Kiwanis 010 001 000- 2 6 6 1 Kiwanis ...... . 2 ;667 Hoxsey and Crone, Kohler; St. Paul's .... . 2 1 .667 Cunningham, . Evans ( :3), Matson 2 ,333 (6), Bullatt (8) and Bullatt, Nalley's . ·" ... . 1 2 Lakewood .•... 1 .333 , Velkers. 3 18 Vets •..•... 0 .000 St. Paul's 000 200 300-5 6 3 Results Sunday Nallcy's 100 000 003-4 4 3 Stanley's 11, 18. Vets 3, Coleman and Robbins; May Lakewood 16, Kiwanis 2. and Chilton. St. Paul's 5, Nalley's .4. Next Sunday's Schedule

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Oi·ting threw the Valley League Eastern Division race into a three~way tie by defeating previottsly unbeaten Spanaway, 4-3, in a 13-inning duel at Orting last Sunday. South Prairie won Puyallup, PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH. LEnox 7 -0223 12-3, and thereby gained a share of first place. Edgewood squeezed past Lacamas, 3-2 in the o~her Eastera ga_me. Stanley's took over undisputed possession of first place in the Western Division with an 11-3 win over the hapless .18 Vets. The Downtown Kiwanis took a 16-2 'shellacking from Lakewood, while St. Paul's nudged Nalley's, 5:4. Spanaway led until the ninth when Orting tied the score at 3-3 with a single run, and then went on to win in the thirteenth. D0trrell Billings drove in Spanaway's first run in the third inning with an infield out that scored Wally Jones, who had 'r<;lached first on a fielder's choice. .In the si'xth, Spanaway took a DEFENDERS-The 1957 version of McChord's hopes•on the baseball diamond pose for a family portrait at the start of the current 3~0 lead on an error and snigles season. Front row: Bob Hayes, manager and second baseman; Jule by ,Jimmy Olson, Chink Byrd and Hariston, short stop; Doug Duncan, catcher; Pete Nishikawa, catch- Bob Brewer. Bi;'rd and Brewer er; Paul Simon, 3rd baseman; Jim Martinez, 3rd baseman; Glenn got the RBI's. , Meier, catcher; Back row: Toby Vasbinder, outlielder; Gilbert D.avBrewer held Orting scm•eless enpott, 3rd baseman; Joe ~.fourin, pitcher; Fredie ''/ebb, outfielder; until the ejghth when he· began Don Sullivan, catcher; Bob Foster, outfielder; Russ 'Watkins, 1st baseman. Other players not prefient for picture include: Willis Jami- to tire. Dave Glaser singled, Bill son, pitcher; Jimmy O'Neal, pitcher; Jon Willis, outfielder, and Ron Johns was safe on an error, Larry Jones singled, scoring Loster, outfielder. Glaser and Ulrich Balme1' singled A motorist given a $65 traffic scoring Johns .. Brewer Out fine in Fond du Lac, Wis., called Art Theil came on to pitch the out to the sentencing judge: In keeping with this year's na- "You wouldn't lend me the nh1th, .and gave up the tying ture theme, the County' play- money would you, Your Honor?" :run. Two consecutive errors folgrounds will feature "bird week," He had to pay $10 more for con• io.wed by John Balmer's .sacrifice fly tied the count. June 24-28. tempt. The teams were then scoreStories, games and songs about less until the thirteenth. birds will' be stressed. John Balmer and Glaser singlAlso on next week's docket. is ed to stai·t the rally with. one a doll show and "quickie conout. Bernie Rakes forced Glaser tests." The quickies will consist at second, but the relay to first of freckle, pony tail, clothes, for the double play went into the The .Parkland Model Power shoe, and what's in your pocket crowd ajlowing the .winning run Boat & Yacht Association ancontests. to score. nounced it will hold meetings on Otto Balmer went the route for Other county wide events are the first Thursday of every the win, Theil was the loser. the baseball school at Cheney month at the. Hobby Shop. Latten and Luhtala hit homers Field, ·June 20th and 21st, the The Association, or~anized _in at Puyallup as South Prairie, the Teen-Age Dance at South Park January,1957, is the first of its defending champio,n, regained a Community Center, J;ine 22nd kind in 1;he T~coma-P.~rkland portion of the top r:ing. and a Teen-Age Cnuse, ,June area and 1s affiliated with the Al McCoy ·woh his second of ::lOth. Tickets for the cruise may National organization and the the season for Edgewood, by be bought at the Metropolitan world-wide Association of Arna- beating Lacamas, 3-2, on a fivePark Dist,rict office, 210 City Hall· teur Model Power Boatmen. hitter. · Annex. · There are eighteen members Sam Reichel got four of the The first swimming trip to the in the dub at present al(d any Lacamas total. Jim Johnson Spanaway Metropolitan Park Dis- one desiring membership or trotted home from third on an trict. Beach, will b.e Thursday, other information should come to outfield fly by F1·ed Minnitti for June 20, and every Tuesday and the, meetings. the winning run, in the s.cvcnth The officers are: ~tanley War- liming. .. Thursday thereafter, unless the weather is inclement . burton P~·es1d~nt; , Joh~ ,: , " St!!.l.ll.<;x.'.!l Y'£,i,IJ~ .A,g1,<i11. . • ,-·:A:Jl tJhi1d!'en; nine years old Cronk,. Vicecpres1dent, .. Den .Fa: • ··· Stanley's used three hurlers m. and up are \vekomc. tq go. The rell, Secretary-Treasurer; Bill three-hitting the ,18 Vets .. Dave fee is five c.,nt.s for partial pay~ Wetch, Chief Timer; and Don Gosk rapped out three hits in ment of expenses: Frank, Delegate. four times up for the winners. Pick-up -will be made at the Bailey was the ·winner. following playgrounds shortly afJerry Hoxsey of Franldinter 12:30 p. ·m, by FranklinPierce School District busscs. The pick-up points are: DawFARM FRESH , son Playg1:ound, Collins School, Cenb'nl Avenue School, ParkHOMOGENIZED AND land School and James Saks PASTEURIZED MILK School. AND CREAM The children will be supervised by playr;round loaders and MdroICE CREAM politan Park District lifeguards. The busscs will return to the playgrounds at about 4 p. m, Eren1cntary s"\vin1n1ing instruc· tion will be given free of charge. The hours of operation have been changed at Collins School it. was announced by leader Lee SUNSET. GARDENS BRESEMANN PARK Reeves. 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Brownies Enjoy 011ting At Beach The 3rd grade Browt,ies (Troop 45.9) ended their year with' a feny boat ride to V ii.shon islnn d on Memo1·ial Day whe1·e they spent a happy day be ,ch combir:g, cla_rn digging and rossting weiners. Their leader, Mrs. Mitchell, wishe~ to tha.nk Mrs. George Williams ~nd Mrs. J. P. Bridges for their help. Girls - preset1t were Virginia Grizzetti, Linda Burgeson, Wendy Williams, Sand1·a Mitchel, Cheryl Thompson, Carol Matheson, Betty Gogan, Sharon Kaiser, Wilma Carnes, Karen Hall, Sheila Taylor, Candace Shanley, Marjean Connell and Janet Bridges( meml>ers absent were Ruth Stounei and Mary Waddell. Also includecl fo the party were George, Gary and Leslie WH!iams and Kenneth and Allan B1·idges. Vacation Mr. and Mrs. '-Valter Earle and family left last Saturday for a two,week trip through California antl·to the Mexican border. ·While in California 1.hey will visit Disneyl:md. Wins Award •David Anderson, . son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Anderson, recently won a high school diploma award2d by the College of Musicians of the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Congratulati(!ns! Scout Roundtab!c Scout Roundtable will meet F1·iday evening, June 21, at tho home· of .. Mr.. and Mrs. George Reporter~Mrs. Hamld BurgeGarHson. · s011, .LE 7-7640. 0

Kiwanis To Hear Talk On Spain Main speaker for the 6:15 o' clock dinner meeting ol the Parkland Area Kiwanis club this (Thursday) evening in the Trinity Lutheran church dining room will be Stan Willis, recently returned to the United States after two yem·s teaching in Spain. He will show colored pictures and talk on interesting happenings of his stay in Spain. All members of the Kiwanis group are urged to attend. LasL week the Kiwanis club presen l.ed schola,·ship certificates to the outstanding boy and girl from the 8th grades of the elementary schools of the community, as follows: Parkland school, Tom Limsden and Judy Leraas; CentraLAvenue, Dan Crodwill and Claudia Lovitt; Collins, Jerry Manley and T,inda Abrahamson; Spanaway, Bob Durbin and Lorinda Gi,een; Elk Plain, Robert Bonnell and Marline Rult; Hoy, Donald IGeiven and Gaile Loveland, who were acc:o1upanied by the runner~up, Ora Pemod; Midland, Don Marr and Linda Stokes. '1 he June 13 111ecting vvas a1so Ladies Night and a wonderful dinne1· 'Was served to 0veryonc on hand and a very good time ·was reported-even Verne Ashford! 1

Weiner Roast F.or Parkland M.Y.F. The regular meeting of the Parkland Methodist Youth Fellowship wil be a ~veiner roast at someone's home. Young people wanting to attend meet at church at 6:,15 p. m. on Wednesday, June 26. \'Vear sports clothes and anyone coming may bring ::i guest. For moro information call Nancy Brown, LE 7-7873, The Parkland M. Y. F. has changed tu a sun1n1er schedule \vhich vvi11 be every other Wednesday evening at 7:00.

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Busy 8@:~\fefs 4=H u' u. .ft. i. V•BSh"ii. nOCrii.il!fl'. n..ancrn Th0 Easy Beavers 4-H dub toured Col. Hooker's . Herefod" ranch at l\IcH'.enna Friday, Sune 14. Col Hoo~<?r has approrimately 12CO acre~ of fertile river bottom knd along the Nisqually river. \Ve watchBd the heavy equipment do'.Zers trprboting stumps to clear the iand t,hat will be used for pasture for the' pure-bred Herefords which he raises. After touring 1.hfi' fa\iil, .\ve were invited to lunch wl'l!h Col. :Hooker at the cook. ho1:1se. While the gitls and leaders helped the cook prepare for lunch, Col. Hooker entertained the group with clever tricks of· magic which wEre enjoyed by all. Col. Hooke!' impresed. upon us that cattle ranching is a big busines's and one has· to .have good sound planning to succeed. It takes large "eq tlipment, large tracts of ·land, good mana~ement

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State of Washington, Office of Superv;sor of Wate1· Resources Olympia. NOTICE OFWATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 14334 TAKE NOTICE: That Parkland Light & Water Company of Parkland, Washington .on May lG, 1957 filed application fo1: permit to divert the public waters of unnamed springs (Melville Sprit1g) intermittent tributarys of Spanaway Creek, in the amount of 1.0 c.f.s. subject to existing rights, continuously each year. for the purpose· of municipal supply; that the ap· proximate point of diversion is located within. (SE'l\1SE:Y,) W.P. Melville Domttion Land Claim of Sectfon 17, Township 19 N., Range 3 E. W, M., ·in Pierce County. Any objections must be accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Super'i!isor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from June 20, 1957. Witness my hand and official seal th.is 4th day of ,June, 1957. M, G, WALKER State Supervisor of Water Resources. Published in the Tirnes:Journal June 13, 20, 1957.

KENDALL HALVORSEN Attorney 21 7 Garfield St. Parkland, Washington In The Superior Court of ,the Stnte of Washingt0 n in and for the County of Pierce. No. 132325 SUMIV!ONS BY PUBLICATION BETTY JANE MARTIN, Plaintiff vs. ELDRED LELAND MARTIN, Defendant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID ELDRED LELAND Martin, DEFENDANT: You arlj! hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publicafion of this summons, to wit, within sixty ( 60) days after the 23rd <lay of May, 1957, and defend the above-entitled action in the above-entiled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the unde~signed attorpey at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment be rendered aga,inst you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. That the cause of action herein is for a Decree of Divorce, on the grounds of cruelty, .burdensome home life, non suppdrt, and neglect of supporting the family, and abandonment of over one year. KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for the plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 217 Garfield Street P.O. Box 2456 Parkland Branch Tacoma 44, Washington Published in the Times-Journal May 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 27, 1957.

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112th Boosters Meeting Tonight The. 112th St. Boosters club meeting is Thursday night, JunE' 20, at 8:00 in the Woodland school lunchroom. Remember, ne\v merhbers are \Velcome sO if you haye a yell for some civic activity "'ith a purpos\e, here's a start and a good Way for yoU

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reading material seni to her husband, Capt. Al Ciip.e, at !>ark · Airforce Base in San Ftancisco ;vb.ere h.,, is con1is:Iesoing from an. air crash in Greenland in December. !njurw :pona.ld . McLeim. was seriously injured \':hen a huge beam feH on his head "j;l1esday, June· 11, at Fairbanks, Alaska, where he has been.. wor.l<;ing. He is pow in St. ,Joseph hospital at F;airbanks and will probably be there a month or two. His family here in Woodland say he is gettirig along

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ne, successful and still one may not make a profit.. This tour will go down in our reCl'.li·ds !ls one of the unfotget· able. pleasures We tiave enjoyed dtu-ing. our dub care<?t. Linda Breithaupt, reporter.

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By Joseph Buhaly County Extension Agent Pierce County boys John Phelan, Graham and Richard S. Elliott, Tacoma; Larry Nelson, B'llckley; · and Clyde Baker of Graham, are winriers of paid campships. The boys will attend Resource Management Camp at the ·Wind River ·Experimental Forest in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest June 16-22 at Carson, Washington. The four boys are sponsored by the Northwest Kiwanis Club, Pierce ·County .Soil Conseryation District, Pierce County Cattlemen's association. and. the. South Tacoma Kiwanis club. The boys represent 4-H, F. F. A., Lincoln high school forestry club. · Resource Management Camp is ~rganized to give outdoor resource education to exceptional· ly qualified youth. Boys will come from _all _Western Washington· c.ounties. Upon return the boys will speak to their sponsors and others.about 'their experience and learning while at camp. During _the six-day camp those attending will study s'bil and how its made l.earn to manage forest land: indentify plants and weeds, study the adaptability of c;·ops to soil and learn the factors causing leaching and erosion and management of crop acres for profit and conservation.

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Boy. Scout Troop 34, Spana way, will serve breakfast Sun· day morning, June 23, at 7:30 p. m. at Spanaway Methodist church for their fathers and the sponsors, the Methodist Men's Teachers at the. camp will.in· elude Vincent N. Olson, district ranger; Knut Lunnum, state Ex· tension forester; William S. Loon· ey, Simpson-Olympia Tree Farms and Don Flora of Keep Washington Green. Dr. Marion R. Harris, Dr. C. B. Harston, both from the Extension Service State office, Ralph V. Backstrom, Gr e at North'crn Railway Company and Joseph Buhaly, Pierce County Ex· tensioi; Forester will also be on the instruction staff. '

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