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Volume 12, No. 42

Pait· To Celebrate G,olden Date

PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

Shop..Ette Opens New Department

Store This Week

OPEN HOUSE-:-Mr. and Mrs. George Schnelle will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary June 30 with open house at their home, rn:~nd and Lake Drive, for their friends and neighbors from 2:00 t.o 5:00 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Schnelle were married in St. Paul, Minn., ,July 1, 1907, and lived in Fargo, N. D., until 1942 when they moved t9 .Spanaway. The Schnelles have . ,five daughters: Mrs. George Wallace, Welch, Minn.; Mrs. Vernon Enger, Fergus Falls, Minn.; Mrs. Bert Thomas, Tacoma; Mrs. Ernest Huhachek, Tacoma, and Mrs. George Proffitt, Portland, Ore.; also one son, Willard Schnelle, of Tacoma, 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Photo by McKewen

Vac«:ation School At Graham Closing 28th The "grand finale" of the Daily Vacation Bible school which has been held at the Graham Grange hall. the past two weeks will feature a chuck wagon roundup at Pioneer park Friday, June 28, at noon for all the children and their parents. There will be lots of games and good things to eat. Sunday, June 30, at 7:00 p. m. will be the time for the Bible school program at the Graham Covenant church. Everybody is welcome to attend and see the wonderful things tho childrqn luwe learned. ·Crafts and ha;:,tlicrnfts will be on display.

C~~pJe Visi~in9 H~r~ M:r. and Mrs. August J. Ea.unc ich, now residing at Rt. 1, Box 576, Spanaway, have as thei!" Juests for a fortnight tjleii;: daughter and husband, S/Sgt. and Mrs. Mitchell Williams (Patricia Baunachl, who arrived recc,n1Jy from Washington, D.C., where Sgt. Williams has been itationed the pHst year with the lJ. S. Air Force. After their visit here they will go to Hawaii whe;:e Sgt. Williams is reporting for his next assignment. Patricia's brother, Michael Baunach, flew to Washington, D.C. to accompRny the1n \Vost by car. Patricia, a graduate of Franklin Pierce high srhools, is renewing acquaintance \Vith manJr friends here.

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Play Program on At James Sales The James Sales recreation program is in full swing, 150 children participating the ' first two days. · · Beginning Monday, July 1, the program will be in effect Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 a. m. till 5:00 p. m. Mrs. Sale Shimke is Park director; Mrs. Howard Miller is local chairman, representing the Franklin Pierce Education Association and James Sales P-TA and Preschool. '!'he recreation program is part of the supervised and planned program of the Franklin Pierce Edµ?ation Association \n eo-operc ation with the Franklin Pierce dist!'ict, No. 402. Games and l;:mndicraft are both morning and afternoon activities. Games include checkers, ping-pong, jump rope, baseball throw. Handicrafts arc for all ages. Nature studies and scavenger . hunts arc also planned. Swimming is planned for children nine years and older on Tuesdays and Thursdays; bus pick-up at the school at 12:40, returning at 4:00 p. m. Instni'cc" tors are always present. Afternoon activities include story telling by Mrs. William Bet.ts m· Mrs. Troy Ingram; hardball at 2:30 with instruction by local men. '-Tames Sales area inothcrs as~ sisting to date are Mesdames Alan Satterlee, Donald Archer, Russ Semple, Donnld Taylor m1d Burton Brewer. More help from mothers is needed; anyone wishing to assist should call LE 73454.

This weekend marks a rather special milestone for the Parkland area-the opening of its first department store. With a fine fanfare of extra special bargains, the popular store formerly known at Shop-Ette Variety, l33rd and Pacific avenue, "graduates" into a new class and adds "Department Store" to its title. Manager Arthur Wing is a happy man these days: in less than two years his evaluation of the rapidly developing community has been proved and the steady increase in his business has forced an expansion which more than doubles the floor space-to 12,000 square feetmaking the store the largest of its kind for this section, outside down-town Tacoma. The added space will permit stocking many lines not previously offered and also larger and more complete assortment of the hundreds of items provided for shoppers in the past. Children's wearing apparel will be given several times its former space, with a splendid array of dress-up and play togs for the small fry. Another line which will be greatly augmented will be men's work clothes, which will now present a wide choice in items and prices. Women shoppers will appreciate the wider select.ion in all types of lingerie, also the big, big offering of yardage of all kinds. There will be a noticeable increase in the other lines of merchandise, too numerous to mention. In addition to the expansion sale bargains in many lines, there will be some special awards-an attractive ice bucket, dinnerware, etc. Shrop-Ette is open evenings until 9:00. For further details, not.e the two-page advertisement in this issue of tho

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Parkland Baptist church, 963 Lafayette street, will hold commencement exercises for the summer Vacation Bible school at the church Friday evening, .Tune 28. Thrrr. will be rr displrry of the work done by the childBake Scde ren at 7:00 p.m., the program to A bake sale will be held at the follow at 7:30 p.m. Parents and. !GA Foodtown stoi·e on Wednesfricmds are invited, day, July 3, by the Parkland Neighbors club. The sale will begin at. 10:00 a. m. The cntfrc prncecds will be used for the young girl at Rainier school whom the club sponsors. Featured will be cakes, pies, Spanaway loaf breads and home made candy. No box mixes will be Food Center used; st.rictly home made cook-

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Within the lnst three weeks, F-89's based at Portland have participated in three mercy flights to bring desperately needed blood to patients at Madigan Army Hospital. One of these flights was made in just 12 minutes. Most recent of these trips brought J 2 pints of rare ORB positive type blood to Sp2 John L. Hobbs, 59, of Detachment 5, 6006 Post Special Troops, I<ort Lewis, on the critical list at Madigan with a peptic ulcer. Admitted Monday morning, the patient had already used .31 pints and literally drained blood bank resources here when the appPal was made to the Air Force. Faced with a crucial 10 a.m. deadline the American Red Cross and Portland representatives went to work, and an hour from lhe time the first con tacl was made the blood was delivered. ln response to another appeal for blood on June 14th, Sgt. John Betts Ji·., 31, of Cc. A, 704.th Ordnance, Fort Lewis 1·eceived J8 pints of blood, flown from Portland via F-89 in 12 minutes flat. That. entire transaction, from the first phone call to transfusion, took only 40 minutes. On May 24. the ARC, McChord and Portland Air Bases collabor· ated to bring blood from the Portland Blood Bank to two Air Force dnpendents undergoing sm·gcry at Madigan. Donrn·s from McChord also assisted in this appeal.

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Ernest L. Corp, son of Mr. and · Mrs. Lee Corp of Spanaway, reTaking off Sunday into "the cently graduated fro!Il the Uniwild blue yonder" will be two young Parkland attorneys, Ronald Peters and Schuyler Witt, who are flying to London, England, to attend the American LEnox 7-0223 Bar Association convention, being held in the British. capital fat the first time s;nce 1932. The .American attorneys wiU be royally cnte1;·tained by their English hosts, having already received invitations to a reception at Buckingham palace where Queen Elizzabeth will welcome them. Attor'1ey Peters (Peters Tracey) expects to go into. Poland 011 legal business after the two-weeks convention closes and hopes to enjoy a bit of sightseeing before leaving for home July 28. He expects to arrive in Parkland July 31. In his absence his law partner, .Ernest L. Corp Phil Tracey, will be in charge of the office, which this week moved versity of Washington with a into a handsome new building Bachelor of Science degree in at 11024 Pacific avenue. mining engineering. Ernest was

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Stephen Sallee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Sallee of 7817 . Mr. and Mrs. Peter WilliamEast L. street, will leave from son and Steve, Margie and Janet the union station in Tacoma with returned Saturday, June 22, 75 other boy Scouts from the from Hamilton, Canada, where Tacoma area for Valley Forge they visited his mother who has Saturday morning. been ill. They encountered unStephen Sallee will be 14 usual weather on the way home years old Sunday, June 30 when -hail, wind, rain and snow. · he is riding east on the train. He New Arrival is a First Class Scout and comMr. and Mrs. Don Jupiter are pleted the 8th grade in the Mid- the proud parents of a new land school this June so will daughter, Dancie Jupiter. Conenter Franklin Pierce high school gratulations! this fall. Newly Weds Midland's only representative, Congratulations to these two Sallee, will join with Scouts young couples, recently married: from Puyallup, Parkland, Enum- Mr. and Mrs.•Miclwy Olive (Lorclaw, and Federal Way to make etta Borden) .and Mr. and Mrs. up Troop 12-Mount Rainier Dale Tibbitts. (Miss McArthur). Council. They'll occupy Section Fishing Trip 13 when they pitch camp at The Ted Otterstad family Valley Forge, Pa. To advertise motored to Beaver Lake Lodge our fertile west they will take in Canada for. a fishing trip with with them a 20-foot reproduction their cousin, Jack Grippe, who is of a King Alfred daffodil and 8 spending a few weeks here. The foot slabs of Douglas fir, and fishing was good and everyone some real totem poles. For ex- reported a good time. change gifts with other Scouts =.. Vi ito.1 THESE' CARS HAVE HAD IT! Pictu1·ed above are two aufomohiles the Troop is getting hundreds of Friends mades during former bmlly wrecked in recent freak accidents.. Jn ihe "pper shot is shown packages of t.ulip bulbs from visits to Elk Plain are welcomthe '4!) Oldsmobile. belonging to Clair Olson of 21H5 Ea~t 93rd street as it appeared shortly__ ·after- 8:00_ a.m. 1rues_day,_ June 18, Valley bulb growers. ing the return of Mrs. Cora LiveSallee has earned some of his ly. She is a guest at the home when Jerry O. Olson, J 4, son of the owner, fost con;roR of the car on a ·sharp curve nt :}Sth and· Taylor st:reets __ As the car S\vcrved $450. (plus spending money and of her daughte:', Mrs. Walker across .the road· and into the ditch, the fr9nt end nosed into the clothes) trip money by raising Thatche1· on the mountain 1Iighbank and the. v.ehicle fiiA>ped over endways. Jerry stayed with the rabbits. The rest was paid by way. Aft.er a month's stay, she is car_ hut '\Vas uninjured; _the- car _was a totai _ioss.__ Patrol O~ficer The Midland .Improvement duh, making plans to go home to E111Ch~~k A,~~e:~?·y_- i_~Y~sti_g?t~d~: ·Not sod.u~ky \Vas De-lniar A. I{yi!onen, the Boy Scout Troop 8'1, .and hy U1et, Idaho. J~,>:__of _ _ q'1,,r~JCJ~atf_o::-\yh()_~:e :~_ar,: tr~_v_eF~-~~ _;;.::t:_high ~peed at_._-_5_;_~:t5 _p._ni. l?arent~.. (;ongrat11latio!ls, ... ;Reporter.·-'-Mrs. Ted OtterStitidaY,- fniSsed--the tu.rn south of' \:~Iikc~on,- spcJ ·acYoss _the· high- l;i\~ ' '\;ray and Crashed into a concrete. hrUd'ge .abutment~ Taken to the Sallee! God's speed; we .snall 1,Jc stad .. LEnox 7-7.658. Enumcalw hospital by ambulance, Kyllonen was reported suffering waiting to hear from you when from_ many laccrntions nnrl bruises, seveiral broken iribs and possible you retur_n. Lucky Dozen , skull fracture; his condition was said ti:> he fai~ Monday. '!!'he acciHappy Doers Mrs .. Lynn Brogden entertaindent was invcsiigaie<l by Sgt. Robert R. Rupp and Officer Floyd Mrs. Wayne Bills was hostess Camphcll of the State Highway Patrol. Both Photos by McKewen for the monthly meeting of the ed the Lucky Dozen ladies at her home Wednesday at a pot luck Happy Doers and Busy Fingers, luncheon at noon. Present were: June 18th. A new member, Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Hu[)achek and sons, Frances Coleman, '\Vas \Vclcomed Harold, Ronald, and Donald; ... .• , into the club. Those 'members Mrs. John Farren Jr. and Mark, present were: Mesdames Donald Mrs. William Knight and Judy, Becker, Charles Gunther, Frances Mrs. George Nixon. Mrs. Lloyd Coleman, Edward Cody, Wayne Gunderson and Linda, Mrs. JenBills, Dewey Fox, John Solomon. nings Irish and Mrs. Ed-win BrenAlfred Hillman, James Stock- 11eise and Dean and Gene Huber. well, Leland Louderback, Wal- They took advantage of the lace Thomas and Robert Camp- beautiful day and ate outside. bell. Mrs. Lester Maddox was presentBirthday Cluh,; ed a birthday gift from the group. The Birthday club enjoyed an Boy Scouts evening at the home of Mrs. The narents meeting for Boy Joseph Joringdal recently. The Scout Troop 84 will be held in birthdays of Mrs. Fred Siehl and the Scoot hall July 3 at 8:00 p. Mrs. Richard McNabb were cele- m. All parents should attend as brated. Those present were plans will be made for Camp Mesdames John Both, Char.Jes Hahobas, starting ,Tuly 14. Harris, A. Thompson, Harold Twenty-one of the Scouts and Stavig, Fred Sichl, Richard Mc- five fathers enjoyed a camp-out Nabb, Harold Walker, Walt.er at Bald .Hill lake June 22-23 and Corrigan, Clifford Tull er, La1'ry all had themselves a fine time. Cleary, Joseph Joringdal and Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, guests, both daughters of Mrs. LE 7-8545. Joringdal, Mrs .. Wally Stabbert and Mrs. Don Elliot. and little son Dickie. Best Wishes Our best wishes fol' good Today's (AHTNCl-M/Sgt. Anthony Adamsky ol Parkland prepares innoculations at the Atomic Energy Commission·s Nevada Test Sit" near health and a speedy reco\,ery to PARTY: . . . That's whel'e Las Vegas, where he is taking part. in ihe .1957 summer nuclear :Mrs. Allen Zook who entered stuffy people in stuffy rooms test series. Sergeant Adanwky, whose wife, Marie, liYes at. 10601 Doctor's hospital last. week and get o"crstuffcd. South Broadway, is participating in an indoctrination program to had surgery Thursday morning. fnmilinri:i;e mHitnry pcrsonnr:1 \vith the effects of ntornic 'V•:e?.pons. Get well soon, Helen. SALE! Ladies canvas flats, He entered .tlJc Army in 1943 and was last statione'l at Fort Lewis, crepe soles - red - blue Altar Society Picnk \'l'ash. He is a veteran of service in the Far East. beige - black & yellow The Annual St. John of the regular $3 value. only $1.00 Woods Altar Society picnic will sizes 1 % td lO be held again this year at the TYENTY-FOUR HOUE SHOE summer home of the Frnnk RedREPAIR SERVICE at ings on St. Clair lake i1car Olympia. It. will be a potluck picnjc and n good tim.e is assur .. ed everyone who at.tends. They Flctchn's Mnrket and the Farmers Mutual Ins. Co. Spana,11·ay will m<?et at 1.he chu1·d1 flt J 0,30 Pm·klnnd Gl'ill wcrn wi11nc1·s i11 Next to Bargain Basket Auto - Fire - Liability o.m., Thursday morning, (June 27. the merchant participation conJ. ,J. GUNNS Agency t.est in connection wit.h th" neand BARBER SHOP cent Parkland Round .. up. LE 7.77fi7 The ReY. Roy E. Olson, di.rect- 303 Ea. l i6th St. 2 Blocks Bast of Tnmsformers, or of public relations at. Pacifk Spanr.V\·ay Lutheran college, presented the winners with trophies at a meet.e ing of the Pa1·klcmd Businesc; club CUFFORD !VI. EORSMO held last. Th1m;day at the Ranch Lutheran Brothei·huod Cafe. Life Insurance Fletcher's Markd. took firs!· in LEnox 7-56-:irl Claos AA (for places wit.h 10 '1r B fo n d f a b 1· i c s, 1>ermanent more employe>CSI and the Grill p!ea!s (,vhich 1na.y 110L be took first in Cla:;s A rfor .places with D or fewer employees]. !H~nnan.ent} ~ h_~1it dr-f'5S(':S! fC'Pt Judges for th€ contest ,-.··ere fty~(\s, ('.ircuiar skh:t~, all need tJ1c special! indi-vidual care 11.frs Milt.on Ne5''it:. Chain:na11. a11d Profossor and Mrs. 'Gordon vre giYc {h£J11. CaH us tQ.fJay~ 0. Gilhertson.

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Preparations . r Day Camp Start Pla.ns ai·e now ;,veil under way for the annual Day Camp program in the Metropolitan Park area at Spanaway, which opens July 9. The required Day Camp physicals will be given by Dr. Jack Erickso''n at his office, 119th St. and Pacific Ave., on V'Tecl.nesday, July 3, beginning at 8:00 a. m. Girls from the Spanaway and Paddand section must find their own .transportation. A bus will leavo Centrul Avenue school at 8:05 and Collins school at 8:10. Registrations will be ·taken by Mrs. Lal,lri Lund; the examination fee is 25c. The Day Camp bus sclwdule is as follows: Leaving Midland school at 0:00 a. m.; Harvard school,· 9:10; across 84th to Waller J:'oad, down to 104th and Knapp road to Central Avenue school, 9:20; Summit Trading Co. store, 9:25; west on Collins road to Golden. Given road, north on Golden Giv~n road to Allison road, west on Allison road to Parkland school, 9:40; to Park' avenue, north to 116th, west .to, Ainsworth to James Sales school, D:50; east on Airport to Pacific avenue, south on Pacific avenue to Spanaway. The bus fare is lOc for .the. round trip. Children may flag the bus down at any point on its route. For further details, phone LE 7-3484 or LE 7-8040.

·Kiwanis Dinner Meeting Tonight The usual weekly 6:15 o'clock dinner meeting of Parkland Area Kiwanis club will be held this (Thursday) evening in the dining room in. the new Trinity Lutheran church unit. Committee members are reminded that a 11 monthly reports arc due at this time. Last Thursday's program was especially interesting and instructive with Stan Willis, home after two years in education work in Spain, telling of the life· and customs in that country and showing many pictures. Mr. Willis and his family will return to Spain for another year.

Completes Course FORT SILL, OWLA. (AHTNC) -'-Specialist Third Class Donald S. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan J. Stone, .. Houle 3, Tacoma. Wash., recently was grad-· ;i~t~sJ.. fr.?111 the track vehic.1,':,, mainte11ance couxse at th--£ ·, ~ Army's . Artillery and Guided Missile Center, Fort Sill, Okla. Specialist Stone entered the Army in Dscember 1952. He ate tended CeIJ.tral High School in Sioux City, Iowa. ~

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born wife Margaret in Ea1·ding,. .. {ft. 11 Germany while she was serving in the WAC. They we1·e married . If you are plannmg to go away in Wyoming. A son, Richard . on vacat10n and leave an old re· was born in Pepperrell AFB, frigerator, ice box, cooler or Newfoundland, ·and a daughter, freezer in your yard-don't do it. Joyce at McChord. This advice c·omes from the Where will the globe-trotting Williams family settle when he Refrigerator S,ervice Engineers retires ? "My wife likes Washing- Society and, the Tacoma-Pierce ton, I prefer Montana, so we'll County Safety Council, as well probably compromise on Idaho," as the Air Force. said Sergeant Williams. Abandoned refrigerators may And the youngsters, tho not well become the death-trap of consulted, will no doubt hold out children if left where youngfor Miami Beach. sters can get inside.· Early sum-

Thursday, June 27, 1957

Page

The TIM.ES -JOURNAL

Has Family,

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OUR GOODS A:R:E P.R.ICED RIGHT TO MOVE FAST, THUS ASSURING YOU OF FRESH STOCK ALWAYS!

ADDRESS P. 0. BOX 2008, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON ing new to the family of M/Sgt. 119th and Pacific Avenue Phone LEnox 7-0223 Roberta Rede, an instructor on

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JACK BROWN .....••.•.....•.••••••..•••••.••• , , , PUBLISHER the Field Medicine and Surgery NEVA T. HONEYWELL .....•...........••..•...••••• ,,EDITOR of the Army Medical Training BOB FERGUSON .......... ·•..•....•......••..•••• ADV. MNGR. Center here. Sergeant Rede married his ESTHER GODDARD .............•..••..•••••.•.. ADVERTISING wife while stationed in Belgium. LOUIS SPRY .............................. ~ •• SPORTS EDITOR Two of his children were born KENNETH POTTLE ...............•.•. SHOP SUPERINTENDENT there. Another child was born in WES McKEWEN ..................••.....•... PHOTOGRAPHER Michigan, one in Germany, and Qualified as a Legal Publication und"r Chapter 213 of the Legis- two in Texas. And T/Sgt. Gordon L. Willative Acts of the 1941 Regular Session of the State of Wash. liams, chief clerk for the Hq Sq Delivered free by U. S. Mail to all homes in the trade territory. Sec, S25th AOG has gotten Paid subscriptions elsewhere! 2n Wash. State $2.50 per year; outside the state, $3.00 per year. around, too. ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST SUMMIT • • • .

Recreation Dr111gram Starts fr

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RUNS good, wringer works, clean tub, aluminum agitator, $12.50. PARKWAY FURNITURE V 141st and Pacific Avenue, Open The Central Avenue School Retill 9, LE 7-3941. 15c42 creational program is working FOR SALE - 26 cu. ft. upright out very well. We hope to start Harder freezer; $200 cash; A. L. a softball team for boys 14 years Magruder, 117 East 82nd. 15c42 of age and under. The crafts for the first week of July are hats, SELL OH. THADE '46 Buick noise makers, banners and a 8upcr $80; 2-wheel utility trail- rock house under the guidance of <'r $35; 10 laying cages $10.00. Noreen Romjue, Evelyn Kerr and Noed small riding tractor; LE 7- Recreational Leader Gayle T. f)'/'17. 15c42 The swimming program at Spanaway has just st~rted, but will WANTED AT ONCE - Woman be as popular this summer as Lo cook and do housework for it has been in the past. There one or Lwo months; Midland are to be mothers going every district; phone LE 7-3346. 5c42 Tuesday and Thursdays, weather R,\BBIT FRYERS; also good permitting. For more informabreeding stock; VI 7-7810. 15c43 tion call Mrs. Cook, LE 7-8869 or Mrs. Escene TH 5-4117. . FOR SALE Two 10 cu. ft. Visitors Mr.. and Mrs. Lyle Winsley freezers, floor typo. Can be bolted togethdr to form 01w 20 (Ruth Clayton) have ·returned cu. fL. \vith single unit. lteason- afte1· a two-weeks vacation spent a hly priced. Call LE 7-3953 after in Shannavon, Sask., Canada, G;O(I p.m. weekdays. 15p42 with Mrs. Winsley's parents and other relatives. CHROME SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ellestad ADD these up on your player of Moses Lake and Mrs. Bessie piano, two leaf table, 72'', 8 Cochell and daughter and family, foam rubber chairs with handles, Mr .. and Mrs. Al Erb and three free rollaway serving cart, 10 children from Santa Clara, Calif., pieces, a $189.50 value for were all recent guests of Mr. and $119.00, and yom· old dinette. Mrs. Ralph Prall of East 99th and Same table, cart, and 6 chairs their daughter and husband. Mr. $\J9.00 and your old trade-in. and Mrs. Jim Forgey of 104th St. Large table one leaf, 6 chairs, Wagner~Milsten and cart, $89.50, and your In a small impressive ceretrade-in. Trades, PARKWAY mony in the Olivet Lutheran FURNITURE, terms, 141st and church, Tacoma, June 8, Ramona Pacific Avenue; Op8n till 9, Miner Wagner, daughter of Mr. LE 7-3941. 15c42 and Mrs. George Haaland, was married to Alfred Milsten Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Milsten of Bremerton. The Rev. Christian M. Iverson read the Have a Prepared service in the presence of close friends and relatives of the For families. on Given in marriage by her stepfather, Mr. Haaland, the bride Farm wore a ballerina length blue lace gown with matching veil. Sandra Miner, the bridesmaid, was in pink; hoth girls had roses. Jacob Milsten was best man for his

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brother. The mothers of the couple wore corsages of pink roses. Marilyn Markert sang "Oh Perfect Love," her accompaniment and the weddir,ig music played by Mrs. Iverson, wife of the pastor. The reception followed the ceremony, a beautiful wedding cake in pink and blue decoration centering the table. Following a honeymoon in Califorpia and Nevada, the couple wiJ( be at their home in Tacoma. Almont-Cole Patricia A. Colo nnd Donald L. Almont were joined in mnrringe Fridny evening, June 21, at th<i Summit Methodist parsonage, the Rev. John E. Besant officiating for the double-ring ceremony. The bride wore a blue nylon gown with matching head piece and corsage of white gardenias. Her only jewels were a pearl necklace and bracelet and she carried a white Bible. Donna Almont, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, gowned in yellow lace with matching flower head band and a cm·sage of pink carnations. A brother of the groom, Frnnk L. Almont, was best man. Pnrents of the couple arc W. E. Cole of Tacoma and Mr. and .Mrs. L. E. Almont o[ Canyon road. Reoprter-Mrs. M. S. Rau, LE 7-8391.

reiic~iptions Carefully Compounded Home of Fishers Quality Feeds Knapp & Canyon Roads Next to Summit Trading Co. I..1E 7-7136 We Deliver

Free

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PICNIC TIME. Is Bite, Cut and Scratch time. Be Prepared!

Well, almost, - that is.

The first United Nations ceme· tery was dedicated in Pusan, Korea, six years ago.

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Washington, May 19-Wilber M. Brucker, Secretary of the Army, says the Army is now at the manpower "breaking point" helow which it cannot go and still man its guided missile pro· gram.

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Phone LEnox 7-8258

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

Too Late To Classify

. mer seems to be an especially susceptible time for tots to lock themselves in ice boxes and suffocate. Safety officials implore parents immediately to cover the well while the ice box stays unatabandoning sucJ:i old containers tended. to remove hinges and latches or Parents should observe these else tie the door securely and rules: fac~ the door against a wall or Vacant apartments should fence. Or the door can be re- be locked to prevent entry of moved completely. children. Parents can get the aid of a Unused or stored refrigerwholesaler to do the job for them, ators and ice boxes should be

stored with doors facing the wall or other substantial bar1·icades to prevent opening. Discarded ·or salvaged refrigerators and iceboxes should have all doors removed prior to discarding.

All Cuts Included $5.00 A HEAD e

10903 CANYON ROAD At SUMMIT VIEW

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if they wish. There is no charge and wholesalers will' .always comply. Actually, an abandoned ice box or freezer is just as dangerous to playing children as a deep, uncovered well. The m11in difference i:s that steps are usuallv taken

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Red Natura\ \.atex

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POPULAR EKO KITCHEN G,ADGETS

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BANDEAU

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BOXER L 0 NGI E·s

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k-'ieree Couhty Ge.ttlb.ft\~ of the Year eomtnittee, ciatfi'fJ6sed t1f F:lar2fice JdiMofi of PuyalhiJl, Frank C:hopic of Roy, Ghris Chris" '.:eh.Sot~ 0f _G1raha~ 1 lien~Y -~a3rne of Roy, sekcted Erieksoh as the 1957 C&ttietn.an of the Y~.r, .His place will be t.he scene of ii form tour open t6 the l!;E·t\e!·al l?-ublic

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sheep is s0cond; steer third; horse fourth; cow fifth; hog sixth. IIo\veVet in tons of mahure pJ~o­ chtced per y~ar for 1000 lbs. nnirnnl 1.Vclght, ho~;:: j:H'oduce J 8 tons, co\\~s 15, hoi:-se~ 10, steel's llight and one-half, sheep seven and one-half and chiekens only four and one·half tons. Animals retain only about 20 per cent of feed nutriehts; the i·est is excreted in ru1rnm·e.

Manure hppl.i<?d on soil f1ti'nish" es valt1a bl0 01·gat1ic mnttcr which cannot be received in commercial fertilizes. Organic matter im .. proves soil tilch! increases \Yater holding capacity, lessens water and \Vind erosion, imprcYVes nc1•a;..

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servec\ including bo?tld.ittg cGn• tains plant food nutrienta equal in value to about lQO lbs. of 10. 5· 10 fertiiiief. At 13c per jaouild for nitrogen, Se a rnound for tJhCSj)hOl'US Hild fie fl • pound foj· j}oti>sh, thl? plitnt food valt\e alone in a ton ;;,f eattle manure woulcl cost at least $2.20 if purchased .in coti\tnel·cinl lertil• izer. Manure exposed to the ~leather \Vilt uhd21· U\'.·2~age C6ft.:.. ditions, lose one-third cf its plant food nnd organ.le matlei· value in three months, hsif in six months and even more in a longel· period. It's estitnat~d that farmers and mnchers lose half of the value of the hation'~ obe billion tons of manure each year thto1\gh careless handling. Some of thoSe men opel·ate in Pierce County. Many don't. One who does not is Otto Erickson, Hereford breeder west of Buckley. He conserves his manure Ly adding. bedding regularly to his loafing shed. He .spreads fresh manure often nnrl spreads droppings on his pasiurc. This is just one of the factors why the

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~ >; :~ . ... B5_i. Joseph B1ilialy Forest 'i'axes~A Cheice. Forest. land is tc,xed in one of two ·Nays in. Pierce County .. The ad valorem tax is the m6st. commoil. and is based on the assessed value of the timber and/or forest labd. Actually the Pi&rce CoUntY assessor. uses only 25 per ceht of the fair market value ~f the fo~est landas lhe v1\l1te for assessmrnt purposes. T~ls is true bf. all other taxable ass~ts in the county toe, s0 everyone isfairly treated even though the assessed value used is. lo\\'e>· than actual fair market value. The second met.hod of .forest taxation is the land taxed under the Reforestation Act. Lands so taxed are called classified lands. The lands in Western Wasl1ington are given an assessed value of $LOO per acfo and faxed on this value. However, when timber is

cut from thl! .clal!lsifi'?'d latlds t~/3 .'lvith '40 Mteg or more t-f forest 0wfi1'1· i~ obhi!ated t.a _p;,:y JZl.4; lafi~ tah tei:rue~t his land be p.;>t ceht of the stumpa~e vafoe cla~ified by a!iplying to . the to. the <101\nty trEa~1ire.t. l:n es• Si.i!:>eI·Vls@I',. State Department of $cnCe thes~ ·~Vto :P?int~ . ass~ssed 1~atl1fni _ Resources Olympia, valtie of $1.DO pf;r. atzre aild a W1113hington. A. iandclassification 12% .pc~ cent. deYerred tax are ceirtttl.ittee \1•ill act ;;,n the applithe prineipai parts of the Refor- cation, ust1illly favobabiy, if the estation Act. · lon~ term best Use of th<= land is Richard Jurik and K-enneth fol: l'o1·est put·jJoses and. the iim• Marfinson,foresM~ in tile Pietce ber oh the l.t.nd is immature or Co=ty assessor's office, give an in heh·m~tthilti'table . quantities. example for ccmparison of !he About 25 per cent of ·the t:Vo tax methods. Asllt\mi:tig one prlvate forest lands in Pierce acre bf \Ve11 stocked 5(;) year old Couhty are classified. lands. touglas Fir of avernge thnbet Whether or not land iS classified qualitY and favorable loggl.ng is at the optitm of the owner and conditions. Also th!'!t the date of !l\ibject to approval of the classhafvest foi· Ibis ecre would be 30 ifi~atio:h committee, One of the years from today or lat~r. The': pi'incipe.J. advanb~es d having the tax p~racre for fcrrest breas your lands classified isthat you .around. Gig ifarbo~, Pl1):'~i1Up; cill1 ptedfot youi' taxes c.l9se1Y for Eatonville ahd Buckley (50 mills) sevei·al decades ahead. Under the would be.about nin7tY cents per ad valob?m tax, predicting Your acre in yeai· '.[957 undel' the ad ·tax several decades ah~atl. is valorcmi tax. In comparison, this m.IJre diffi<Juit. Thu·s managing si:me 8.fu·e would be .taxed 9,t five ybur forest properly advantagcents per acre u.ndet· the Rcf6rese eo);ll!ly .is simplified with classifation Act. fietl lands. · "Tree, Fa1•ms" iife ·not neclls• Tne' mel'its of the two tax sarily. classified lands under the methods ;;;hould .be carefully reRefortstation Act. A common,n:iis• viewed before drawing concluunder~tanding .. is .. that ."Tliee sions fl.bout .. having your lands Farmers" have a preferred tax ad- classified. Total tax payments vantage. This is entirely untl'ue. over.· the length of a tih'>.ber roEveryone, '.'Tree FarmBrs" .or not, . tat.ion have proven to be . quite 1·

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cc~!'ti!.Me u£:ciet .'th.e ~i:l taii: tQ th~ w. b~ ~.:.:the kind 9£ methods in a number of cases. poikni\),g.. Fred Fropf, coun.ty * ·* we'ed •. ~tl.pervi~~r•. Nilled by. the By ~. fl:. 'botan He'alth tiepattrhent in the pa~t. l'ottfid tliis sit1.111tiofi eliist!.nit ln n P<J<ison Hemlock: Are you . piaying · host i:© a Ta~o!:ha Gioffimilfiity. i;-ort\J.hMelY 1::attle Wni Mt. eat patch of poison hemlol)li;? !t isn't choosy as to soil or ..fertil- thl:s \Veed u!l.ie~s it. ls rihtippi.;d. ill ity conditions1 . 10 as a result yo'u silage or mixed 111 thii!lr hay can spot. lt .growing oh vacant supply.... Orie lil.airy herd n.eai· iots, roadsides, field c6tners and !:l~uth !'>tB.irle · was M\'eily p©is• old meadows. The one treatment sh~d .·. by a shipm!!fit . ~i' alt11lfa it can't seem to stand is cttl.tiva· that cl;,ntajn<id Mnsidetable ptl1s• t:in heffil~k. tion. It y©\i haV~ thl§ \,\reed gtoW!hg You can easily idelltify poiscm hemlock It grows ra·pidly from bh or. n~ar ·§'our place, the best grnlind level in the §pting to pi·0~edu1'e ls t0 Hit i.t down. antl vai·ying heights ilp to seven burh. 'rhe seed is aireaci); start• fe2t. The stalks branch out like lng to develop ior next year's a tree and oh the branch tips ijte c\•oj:i. Nfter getting it Jocatecl. on umbels of white flowers that the property. watch for it and ·\va ve gaHy in the breez.e. fhe plan a t:a~paign · for next year. '!' * *,,._,. stalk is hollo~1;, greim in. 9olcir By Morrill Delano with scattered purple blothes,. Due to its v~ide di~tributi6h in 4-H C>irtipihg Season Just the county and. especihlly becaus~ Ai·ourid · the .c6rner. of its presene~ on Vilc1\fit citY The. Pier?e bounty 4-H CiitnP• property, its is a hazard to pub- ihg frC>g~alll depends upon vqllic health. · ' untary h~lp of 4·Ii; par~hts an.d Children eftjay roinpi:hg t4i·u l~ad~rs:: ;y-qrking with, the Extenthese thornlliss thi6kets. '.i'h$y sion Service.. :Piiilrce county'.s 4-H:ers .will be fashidn blow gli.fis . and h.ean shoctcrs fronl .the hi:iliow stalk~. in C:>mP this year f!•om July 16 Since ariy part .of this plant is to 21 'a't Millersylvania State poisonous, do~tors a1'E! freque~tly Park. located south or Olympia. called £or a sickness that· appears The cam'!>ers wiH move into

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NEW BUILDING NOW OPEN-Tacoma Savings and Loan Asriocia~ tlon, Tacoma, this week observes its 58th birthday by moving into its new home office building at 9th and A Streets in Tacoma. The general preview open house is to be held Friday, June 28, and the Association will be open for business on and after July 1st in the riew quarte1·s. New services provided by Tacoma Savi11gs in the new buildi11g include a safe deposit. department and a walk-up exterior service window on the Court A side, adjacent· to off-street parking facilities. On the main floor are officers' space, insurance department, teUer space, loan closing rooms, safe deposit department and vault, which has the highest safety rating in Tacoma. On tbe mezzanine, there is additional work space, record vault, conference room and president's office. The basement contains employees' lounge and dining room, rest rooms, micro-film room, record vault, mechanical rooms and a"large area for future expansion. . Tacoma Savings and Loan Association is the oldest institution of its kind in Tacoma. The firm has enjoyed a continual growth, 'and the management takes pride in the fact that never once, even during the depths of the depression, has Tacoma Saviugs and Loan failed to pay a regular semi-annual div.idend. Two present officers, W. D. Hopping, the president, and Raymond T. Winden, vice president, are sons of early-day officers of the Association, Other officers are Donald R. Kohler, secretary; Hubert G. Flattum, assist.ant secrefary; Neil M. Leslie, treasurer; Fra11k Dempski, assistant treasurer; Bob J. Skinner, assistant treasurer; W. D. Hopping, Jr., assistant vice president; David D. Rowland, controller. WALLER ROAD • • •

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dets Begin 30 Day Tour Of Training The 25th Air . Division's NCO Prep School area is bustling with students again. but this time it's the 198 AFROTC cadets at McChord for 30 days summer training. The cadets were reporting in all day June 16. For some, it meant traveling clear across the United States. One student is from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Others are from Princeton and Ohio Wesleyan College. For a few, it meant the long flight from Hawaii, for 18 cadets are students at the University there. But Hawaiian, Californian or Ohioan-all were bewildered and a trifle scared as they lined up outside the theatre by the ''Process In" sign. Orientation into the ways of those in uniform came fast, as the ROTC staff deftly put the men through the processing line and ushered them out the other door and to their barracks. Many a forgetful cadet's departure was followed by a sergeant's reminder to ",Put your hat on, Mister!" Saluting, tho, has become a little easier, since the ROTC's have learned to salute only the officers and not the sergeants, too. In learning the art, however, one enthusiast was accused of being in the British Armed Services when he greeted the cadet commandant with open palm. Another cadet was making his way through the processing line when one of the staff remarked, "I'd swea~ I've seen you before. Are you a twin?" "No, sir," re- , plied the. cadet. "You sent me back the first time." In the barracks, the men were introduced to mop buckets, brushes, brooms, bed making and proper arrangement of clothes closets. After various introductory speeches on the mission of McChord and the MATS area earlier this week, the cadets were given a bus-view of the entire base. Following physical exams, the men will tour the NIKE site, Boeing Airplane Co. and Fort Lewis.

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Well, the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse did it again! They came home with the championship trophy from the state sheriff's .posse meet held in· Yakima last week end. If you happened to be there to see how keen lhe competition was with twenty posses represented, how hard those boys wo1'ked for ..".this_· trophy, you will know how much it means to them. They did their utmost in each eve~t in ~1~Xte the heat, the dust, and the footing for the horses being very hazardous. We have never witnesed any rodeo or horseman's event where there were so many accidents and horses falling as there were at this posse meet. Thrills and chills? ·Whew! It's a wonde'r we lived through it!

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The Pierce County fellows picked up points as follows: 1st in six man relay; 2nd in inspection; 2nd in barrel reining; 2nd in parade; 3rd in drill; 3rd in pony express; 4th in bareback relay. Spokane county won first in drill; Snohomish was first in. inspection; and King county was first in parade. Congratulations to the Pierce County Posse and all of the other posses, too! It was really a grand show.

clubs will enter teams events and it is sure good show. The Twin Rivers Riding Club is making plans for their annual "Stampede Rodeo" to be held July 14th. There will be a parRemember, this Sunday, June ade 0 n Saturday, July 13 and a 30 is the Zone Telegraphic Meet rodeo dance Saturday night to be held at the Elma fair· Cro.cker Grange in Orting. A cowgrounds. Several of our 16cal boy breakfast will be held Sun. - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.... day morning. This year's Stampede is going to be bigger and better than ever, we hear, and everyone is invited by the Orting crowd to come and have a good

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Remember, also the Tacoma Lariette horse show to be held at the Tacoma Unit Grounds July 7th. More about this later. Along the trail we saw Nick Scinto selling his horse, Cannon Shy, to a rancher· to use for a cattle hol'se . . . Picrc;e County Posse's new white hats . . . the C1:,ai.gs going to the Salem Arabian Show , • • Deb Flinchum's new saddle. "·s~{1cf · your news items to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 11903 Pacific Avenue, LE .7-3261.

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VALLEY LEAGUE Eastern Division W L Pct. .800 Spana~ay . . . . . 4 1 .600 S 0 uth Prairie . . 3 2 Orting ..... , . . 3 2 .600 .600 Edgewood .. : . . 3 2 .400 LacSpi,as . . . . . . 2 3 .000 Puyallup . . . . . . . 0 5 Results Sunday Spanaway 1, South Pmirie 0. Edgewood 6,'0rting 4. Lacamas 23, Puy.allup 10. Western Division W . L Pct, Stanley's : ..... 3 1 .750 ,750 Kiwanis ....... 3 1 .500 · St. Paul's ... ., .. Z 2 .500 Nalley's .. , .... 2 2 2 .500 Lakewood ..... 2 ;18 Vets ..... , . 0 .000 4 Results Sunday Nalley's 7, Stanley's 0. Kiwanis 9, St. Paul's 6. Lakewood 21, 18 Vets 7. Spanawliy regained undisputed WINNAH: - Immediately possession of the lead in the above is Better Be Nice owned Eastern Division with a 1-0 vicb M d r,• M 'A d "' •tory over South Prairie in Valley Y r. an .•rs. orr~ · n. er- League a~tion last Sunday. Edgeson and tramed by Bill Cum- wood knocked off Orting, 6-4, mings, all of Parkland. Better and thereby moved into a tie Be Nice, under the guidance of. for second place with Orting and Roy Lumm, won the second. race South Prairie. Lacamas clobat Longacres, June 14; Tpe top bered Puyallup, 23-lO in the · piCture shows the gelding beat- other E.astern game. In Western action, Nalley's ing out Clearing by 1/2 length at the wire. He paid .4.30, 2.90 and handed Stanley's their first defeat of the season, 7-0, 'behind 2.60 to his backers. the four-hit pitching of Ron May. Kiwanis won from St. Paul's, 9-6, to draw back into a tie with the Shoemen for first place, and Lakewood eased by the 18 Vets, 21-7. Spanaway scored the lone run playgrounds will change days .of of the contest in the fifth inning. operation to the following: James Jimmy Olson . led off with a Sales School: Monday, Wednes- single. Andy Ketter laid down day and Friday, 10 a. m. to 5 a perfect sacrifice and Ray p. m. Par!>land School: Tuesday Brammer banged a single, his and Thursday, 10 a. m. to 5 second hit of the day, to score p. m. This schedule will con- Olson. That was the only time tinue throughout the summer at that either pitcher allowed more than two runners to get on in these two ·areas. any inning. Playground softball teams arc Don Kovacevich had pei·fect being organized for competition control, striking out eight and with otJier playgrounds. Both walking none. Art Thiel, now boys and girls teams will be 2-1, fann<:d two and pased one. selected. Each pitcher allowed four hits. George Fossen, Spanaway play- Dick Foran relieved starter Al ground leader, is a new father. MaCoy in the second inning after His wlfe gave birth to a boy 011 Orting had· scored. two runs to Fl·id>ly, June 21. take a 4-2 lead, and pitched shut.G · h t 0 th k 11 th out ball the rest of the dis.• eor?e wis es an a .e tance to gain his first win. people 111 the Spanaway area who "d .d · t · ' - -<. .r"J gcVi'CO SCOl'C(1 _,\VO ll1 c.o.. n. ti.•.1butcd to. - the scavenge ..r. 'f·f· i··· . d t · . ' th·c seven · · .. th t o • - ---. · :·· 1,p. i t T an - - v.ro _in hunt m re.cent weeks. .The pu~~ · . th . th" d t ·· Th pose of the hunt was to collect wm eir · •r 5 raig ' e materials for the arts and crafts program.

AL HORSE WINS AT lONGACRES

Larry Kirkwood

LEnox 7 -0223

BR 2-1893

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:,Playground News All playgrounds will be closed on July Fourth, but playground celebration will be held July 3rd in honor of Independence Day. Some the local playground events to be held next week are a treasure hunt, hop scotch tournament, and judging of rode collections in connec',ion with "Rock Week," part of the summer long nature theme.

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The first swim trip to 'the Metropolitan Park District beach at Spanaway Lake was met with real enthusiasm on the part of the· 100 boys .and girls who made the trip. The swim program will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday. throughout the ·summer, A .bus will make stops at Midland School (12:20), Dawson Fiold (12:30) and James Sales School ( 12 :45). Another, bus will stop at , Collins School (12:35), Central Avenue (12:45) and Parkland School (12:50). The buss.es will return at approximately 4 o'clock. Chapels have been built at The annual Pierce County two Antarctic bases by Navy seaSwim Meet will be held ,July 5th bccs working in their off-duty at Titlow Pool. It is open to all hours. boys and girls of Pierce County. There is .no entry fee. Playground leaders will have entry BY AN EXPERT blanks for all interes.ted children. Because of a mµch gre:;iter .at.t.enda1~c~ and greater. i~tefest on the part of parents in the area, the James .Sales and Parkland

Horse Shoeing

Cams now have the lOrigest winning streak in .the leag.ue, th1;.ee games. Randy Barland singled. il,l Don Andede with the deciding run The Brookdale Golf Club will in the seventh inning. , hold the first round of the club Jay Williams whacked a grand championships this Saturday and slam homerurt for St. Paul's in Sunday. Hal Dobler, the defendthe second inning, but Kiwanis ing champ will be back to dewon· with one in the eighth and fend .his crown. two in the ninth. Also on the docket at BrookMay fanned .11 and Manager Jack Hermsen got three· hits for Brammer, And.,rson, Luhtala, SH Nalley's Tangmen ·in their 7-0 -Ketter, J .. Sahm. Left-South Prairie 5, Spanaway 4. U-Minwin over the Shoes. nitti and Bonaro. T-1:45. ·Next week the. teams start the Short scores of the other sesond round of play. Span~way games: hosts Puyallup, Edgewood is at 0 i ·t·'' 000 000-4 5 3 mg . 'J20 ~ . . d L South \. Pram:' ~n ac.amas Edgewood 200 020 20x-6 11 3 travels to Ortmg m t)le Ea~t.er~ Balmer and Wilkins; MaCoy, Division. Foran (2) and Johnson. WIn the West, tbe 18 Vets meet F · ' P ti d ·A oran. Nalley s at or an , v~nue, Lacamas 73.3 215 200-23 12 4 Lakewood and Stanley s have at Puyallup 03 2 312 000-10 7 9 it at Harmo.n ~nd .the .league __ Baker and Morgan; IGtts, Brock leaders, ~tanley S' and K1wams, ( 3 ) and Howard. L-Kitts. play at Wester~ State. Nalley's 000 101 122-7 9 1 The. bo.x scor~: .• ··-···· •.. . ,. ..f;tanley's ooo. 000 000-0 4 2 South Prairie AB R H PO A E May and Chilton; Schultz, BickGard, ss 4 0 0 2 1 . 0 ford (5), Bailey (8) and Murphy. Hodder, c 4 0 0 8 0 0 L-Schultz. Anderson, lb 4 0 1 7 1 0 Kiwanis 101 013 012-9 6 3 050 001 000-6 8 6 Bazzar, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 St. Paul's J. Sahm, If 3 0 0 l 0 0 Bronk and Cherbas; Coleman, Luhtala, 3b 3 0 1 0 0 0 Burton (5), Peterson (9) and Remington, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0 ;Robbins. L - Burton. HR - St. Smith, 2b 3 0 0 2 3 0 Paul's, Williams. Kovacevich, p 3 0 · 1 1 1 1 18 V<;ts 003. 021 100- 7 12 7 - - - - - Lakewood 300 721 62x-21 20 4 Totals .... 30 0 4 24 6 1 Dann, Washington (4), Wilford ( 6) and Charles; Cozzetti, Spana way AB R H PO A E Thompson (4), Ridenour (7) and Jones, 2b 4 0 0 .0 1 0 Kohler, Crone. W-Ridenour. L Hansch, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 -Dann. Billings, If 3 0 l 5 0 0 Eley, 1b 3 0 0 13 0 0 Howard, 3b 3 0 0 2 1 0 Olson, ss 3 1 1 1 2 0 Ketter, rf 2 0 0 0 0 ,0 Brammer, c 3 0 2 2 2 o· FARM FRESH Thiel, p 3 0 0 1 4 0 HOMOGENIZED A~ Totals .... 28 1 4 27 10 0 PASTEURIZED MJLK South Prairie 000 000 000-0 AND CREAM Spanaway 000 010 OOx-1 Pitching sununary: ICE CREAM ' IP H RERSOBB Kovacevich .. 8 4 1 1 8 0 Thiel ........ 9 4 0 0 2 :1.

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n"s PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER COMPANY 84th & Pa~ific: Avenue GR 4..9515

DANCING ~very

Night To The Musfo Of

MEL McLAUGHLIN By Popular D~mand DOROTHY· VALLEY Held Ovm· Fm· Friday &, Salurday

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dale is medal. play set for Saturday and Sunday. At the College Course, a points tom:nament will be featured over the weekend. The usual medal play will be run off Monday through Friday. , Last \Veek's i.vinners include: COLLEGE -'- Monday-Friday Medal: First division, Erv Marlow. Sr. Second division, Carl Peterson. Saturday-Sunday Best 17 holes: First division, Dewane Lamka and Bud Swanson. Second division, Bill Payne, Jr. BROOKDALE - Saturday-Sunday Points: First division, Don Hesselwood. Second division, Len Nelson. Third division, Hal Wolf and Howard Bond. ' ····

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Qpen Until 12.:00 Tonight (And Every Night To July 4) Stands and .parking areas both sides of HIWAY 9f> at Milton Junction, ·l miles north of Pu;rallup bridge. Nisqually Stand: Tacoma-Olympic Hiway.

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BRING YOUR SET TO SHOP & SAVE A SERVICE CALL!

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1st ANNIVERS

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You'll Have a Good Time

IN THIS COLORFUL · SUMMER RAIMENT. see ·our niee seleetion of SHO'RTS SWIM SUITS PEDAL PUSHERS .. T..SMIR.TS BbOUSES "' BERMUDAS & JACKETS

SALE Off SATURDAY, JUNE 29TH With Every t SHAKE e CONE e SUNDAE

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PINT OF· SOFT FREEZE WITH EVERY QUART PURCHASED

DELICIOUS BEEF BUR RS ~

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FIREKING OVENWARE BOWLS TO 1st 100 CUSTOMERS

SPECIAL MONTH END SALE

MYSTERY PRIZES

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........ ·· . Thursday, Jin1e 27, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

Vtt. BbrLD HOMES ...... Rariod2l, SPANAWAY ELECTRIC'-Con l;:;v6i buildiilgs; cabine:t work, tractin15 and appliances; free conq·ete ·work. • Reasonable; engineering servfce for electric 0

LE 7.35$0.

South End A.ui:o Wreckers USED PARTS PH""iSIOTHERA.?Y treatm;,;nts jn v.:;ur cYcri hon1r.:; dav 01· LE 7 ~7254. . .. DON'T ioncom·age dichonesty: ]oclts keyed, -combinations changed; Parldp.nd Cycle· & Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 75772. 3ctf

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We Buy Junk Cars Also Custom Welding by Joe's· Welding 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. .Spanaway LE 7-6534

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Prori'ipf· Service

C. V. Hutson GR 4-3980

GR 2-7038

WATER TANKS & INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or LE 7-3204.• 3etf

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FERN HILL

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1\iloturs "" Trarismissioui Ti.ires = BatteYies

heat; LE 7-7064.

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COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE 8237% Park Ave~ GR 4-3177

Fremk

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R~rrden

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Jennie L. Grodvig

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Parkland Realty Co.

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IACE SEPTU!.

Builders Supply

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'McKinley Hill Rea1ty

Ace Dirt Moving

Co.

Careful planning has gone into our new huilding. Facilities were designed with added services and con~enience of our customers always in mind. The result is a completely functional, beautiful and unique building. Our new headquarters reflect our confidence in our city state and nation. And our growth indicates that people have confidence in us too. . One reason for this confidence is an unsurpassed dividend payment record. We have never missed paying a regular semi-annual dividend, and we are now crediting our 116th consecutive dividend to all savings members. Through the years we have always paid the highest rate of return( consistent with sound, conservative management. We look forward to seeing you at our Open House Friday, June ~8 •• , or any time. •

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HAY BAUNG

PJluiO LESSO:N'S ~ C'i.."l.Ss~cDL and mpd0rn. Reasonable rate, Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. 15ctf

Cutting and Rafilng For deperidabfo woi·k cali 1.ll:nc;x 7-8373

LEAVE FILM ar Quallry Bhoto Service for developing. In at 10. out at 5. 98l8 Pacific Ave.

Cutting, Side Delivery Raking Baler Avaifabl7, 3 '.l'ract1m

Precision Sheet PJletal

.FERN

,ltflechanics

8284 Pacific Ave.

Work for Hughes R&:p Laboratories in suburba11 Los Angeles. Plan, layout ( uslng vernier height gauges), and completely fabricate various precision elcetronic nnd radar components to tolerances of .005"-.010" out of materials such as stainless steel, nlun1i~um, 111agnesiu111, bronze and beryllium copper, etc. Moving and t1·avcl allowances, as "vell as 1112.Iiy other benefits, for applicants accepted after personal inte1·view in your area. Also, consideration will be given highly skilled precision machinists with Journeyman rating. Air-mail your complete work history, including address and telephone, .to Mr. C. F. Guest.

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RE~lTY

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'Bldg. 40, Room lM - All Culver c;ty, California

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BOARD AND ROOM, home cook.ing; LE 7-6009. lOctf FOR RENT - 1 bedroom house, partly furnished, $35.00. LE 76193. l0c42

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Ace Dirt Moving Co. 0

OIL FOR LESS if you live within 1750 9th $t, s.w .. Puyallup Phone Puyallup TH 5-2152 2 miles of our plant. Why pay ·---more than 18c for stove oil in 100-gallon iots ? LAPENSKI'S FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam HOME OF CLEAN OILS, 9920 boats $275 unpainted; work Pacific Ave., LE 7-8173. 15ct£ guaranteed; Bantam Boat Co., 84th & Waller Rd. 15ctf

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Real Estate

Homes In Parkland Communities; Acrease close in, eithet· with or without buildings.

SAVIN and Loan Associalion

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Friday, ._,une 28, :1957

4 P. M. to 10 P. M.

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You will see some of lhe newest and most unusual features ever incorporated in a modern financial office building.

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FREE PARKING "OPEN HOUSE DAY" FROM 4 P. M. TO 10 P. M. Look for our signs between 8th and 10th on "A" Street

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RECEIVE EXTRA DIVIDENDS

Bert Brown Realty 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days: LE 7-8695 Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3315 HOUSING UNITS DELIVERED $17-00 to $2700. C;ln be financed jf you own your lot. Pay cash and save up to $200. Units are fully insulated nnd standard built. Let us build 'your foundation; average cost $!.?50. You save over 50S~ on your housM ing ,cost by purchasing one of these units. Look them over after 4:00 p.m. during the week, all day Saturday and Sunday, at East 46th and Roosevelt, 'l'acoma. McDOWELL'S BUILDING SUPPL y Milton WAverly 2-8582

More Classified .,Ln Section One

Sales

51 FORD 2-Dr. Radio, heater, Overdrive. We Finance Servicemen l38th & Pac. Ave. LE 7-4772. Open Sunday

This is Your Chevrolet Salesmo.m

BABY FURNITURE, new and used, l:'or sale or rent; SMALL FRY EXCHANGE 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. 15ctf

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Wheel Balancing Motor Tune-Ups Headlight Adjusting

Airport Rocket Service Airport Rd. Next to IGA Shopping Center BATON TWIRLING classes, beginncrs and advanced, by Frank Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now in Tacoma area; if interested call l'v!A 7-.5559 Thursday or Saturday. 15ctf LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus cutting and wra1)ping, also retail' counter. Avenue Meats, 8204 Portland A venue. LEnox 7-8570. 15ctf ~FOR

Don Flowers New Chevrolet Cars & Trncks Used Cars .& Tr,u,cks Com~ to

PlllyGHup Valley

Chevrolet For The Best Deal Opposite Postoffice PUYALLUP, WASH.

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BUI::LDOZING DITCIIlNG GRAVEL . TOP SOIL - SEPTJG TAl\"KS DRAil'f FIELDS.

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WASHING MACHINE PARTS Largest stock in tovm. Repair. lng that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409. llctf

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WOMEN NEED Cosmetics! TV COLEMAN baby buggy and matAdvertising has created g1-eat tress, .like new, $20; LE 7-7466. demand of Avon Products. At15c42 tractive Openings available i:m. ---------Parkland and Spanaway for • Horses - Equip. 16 ma.ture capable woi:nen. Sta1~t immediately. Call MA 7-52'71. f'OR SALE - Stock.saddle; good · 15c42 conditio_n, reasonable; Rt. 7,- Box 436, Tacoma. 16c42 DON'T encourage dishonesty: 5 wweMfll F0~ RENT* ,:=miiws,, locks keyed, combinations ·chang:d; Parkland · Cycle & Kep; 11009 Pacific Ave. LE 75772. 3ctl

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CASH for livestock of all kinds. Also wanted live cattle for mink feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK IN; MA 7-3563. Sctf

STATION WAGON OWNEF:S

After 4~00 p.m. week days or all AIRMAN got shipped out and reday Saturday and Sunday only, turned S169.50 1956 model at East 46th and Roosevelt, Ta- electric portable sewing machcoma. ine; you can really save by takMcDOWELL'S ing over $69 balance at $5.00 Milton each mcnth and get free home WAverly 2-8582 demonstration. UPTON ELECFOR SALE' - Walnut dining set; TRIC CO., 1148 Market St.. FU 15c42 6. chairs, table, buffet, $40.00; 3-2551. LE 7-7578. 15c42 SHIPPED OUT and can't pay $29 --·--·---TRADE OR SELL -'-- 10 h.p. Scott due on ELECTROLUX CLEANAtwater outboard and 6-gallon ER; really nice; take over $5.00 tank; 2 milk goats and 3 doe monthly payments and it's kids; L. E. Pool, Rt. 1, Box 186, yours; free home demonstraticm. Grapam. 15p42 UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c42 FOR SALE-10,gallon hot water FOR SALE - 2 Guernsey cows, heater, good condition; GR 2· 2722 East 112th St. LE 1-1142. 2677. 15p43 15c42 Refrigerator in FOR SALE good condition; toilet and lava- TORRO 18-in. gasoline lawnmower. 1 year old, $75. LE 7tory, kitchen sink with fittings; 15ctf ideal for summer home. Ca)l 7229, after six. TH 5-5083. 15c42 TAKING ORDERS for sweet raspFOR SALE -'- Jersey-Guernsey berries; 306 East 121st. 15c42 cow giving 4 gallOJ.'\9 or better; FOR SALE .- 4 Acres standing 15c42 $150; LE 7-7313. 15c42 hay; LE 7-1208.

30 Day Free Tri:al 12 LOST - Yellow male cat with G Aui·on1otive 20 Ye.ar Guarantee short tail; wearing red collar; Goodyear Air Foam '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; vicinity Spanaway Loop; reFamous Red-Line FoundatiO!!l SMALLEY ward; LE 7-8833. 6c42 wholesale prices. Parkway -·------- -MOTORS, 10410 Pacific. Ave., LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, Hlst & Pac. Ave; LE 7-3941 Buy Rundays. 12ctt Open Till 9:00 p.m. . IITGBEST CASH PRICES paid for FOR SALE - 49 4-Dr. Chevrolet; TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be_ smelter pole and log timber. R & H, clean; good second car; ginning and advanced. Call Jim Call evenings. LE 7-5972. Set! call LE 7-8046. 12c·12 Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf

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FOR RENT OR SALE - 2 bedroom home near lOlst & Park Ave.; newly redecorated; with electric range and refrigerator, oil heater. Call LE 7-6276. 10p42

• Repair Service H

Graham, Wash,

PRIVATE . DRIVER training Jes- • Kar•Rac you can be proud to sons; call LE 7"4495 any time. put on your Station Wagon. 14ctf Beautifully varnished, gives i:hat . . . .,. _ . ... . "town & country" look. Posi· LOUISE'S DRESSMA.KING-'-Neat tlve clip and turn-buckk fast· pr9nipt service-i:·oning, m;ntl- ening secure your Kar-Rae. ing; rearnnable prices; Spesialty Easily handled by. one person. children's wear. VI 7~7311. 14c45 Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard • . . . , Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd. & S_EW~NG, alterations, mending, Pacific Ave. ScY., Phone LE 11·onmg; ~eaeonable; LE 7-5636. 7.519,1 15p48 14c44 -~-·~--~---~& GROOM SPECIAL WILL DO HOUSEWORK.; also BRIDE 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8111 ironing in your home or niine; $1 an hour; ,,Belle Maul~by; LE So. Park Ave:. Family Portrait 15ctf '· 14ctf Studios. 7-5398 or .LE 7-7 423. -----EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant TENDER LOVING CARE for baby boats; wagon wheels for sale. in my home; references; LE 7- Don't carry it---drive right into 5243. 14p;J.3 our complete out-board motel' repair service shop. MAJOR WA~'l'ED - honing, mending & sewing; my. home, Parkland OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 district; LE 7-7868. H:43 Portland Ave., LE 7-3(344. 15ctf SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESPhone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann Bakery 15ctf SALISHAN SALVAGE Stairs, Scfoot rise, $12. Estimates For ••• In~ide Dooi's .with h·im,' ch,oici: $5 Home Wiring Remodel, · Wood Ranges & Heate1's, ,good Dryers, Electric Heat, condition, $10 each. Emergency. Service Call 1".X4" .Fir B Grade .Floodng. You WEBB ELECTRIC . ·take up, Kitchen, 8 H. x 15 ft. Days I,E 7-7463, $4.00. Eve.LE 7-4437 Front Room, 15 ft .. x 16 ft. $15.

6-Ft. Pki'ilh: T~b!es Built For ei ~ Ragged Use .. ,liJ UU., U

FOR RENT - Small 2 room fumished house. Large utility room . LE 7-4S21. l0c42

SAWMILL Rough or Finished Lumb&r Direct From Mill

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NEEDED - South End rentals; Fern Hill Realty, 8234 Pacific Avenue; GR 4-0503. 10c42 ------.-

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VIOLIN or Tacoma; beginners accepted; Blanche Yorktheimer, MA 77861. 15c4.2

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LE 7 · & llJ)l JETS 4 BEDROOJv!S all on one .floor; 72nd and Portland Av<l!l. 4291. 3ctf 1.1'1 SUBMERSIBLES located at 94th & South K. Full I I 'LE 7 3930 ~ CENTRIFUGALS bas~ment, fruit and beri'ies. ROToTILLING - $4.oo per hour AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; I I 0 1"URBmES LE.nox 1-1755. 3ctf give your lawn a· tr.eat; ,JU 8• "RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE-, Full price· $$950. $200 down G. I .. 01· terms. Call Charles Ful~ 2111. 3ctf Call LE 7-7281 wi!er, GR 4c.9579. SANDY LOAM topsoil, 6 ~nls heatMIDLAND' DISTRICT - $11,950 $12; Buck, JU 8-~HS9.. 3ctf GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing, 3ctf Taccm~ Pump &: Heating, New work. :Remodel. PRICED below FHA appraisal. BA:tR CUT .$Hl0. Sunday thru ing, Repairs ..Phone LE 7-4477. Living room, separate dining We!I DriHing Co.· 'l'pursdav. 8:00 to 8:00. 1108 Sa.. Midland 3ctf room; liar.dvvare floors thruout; l'!t. 7, Box 316 T<1,.coma 108th (;t K St) . . . . , .8ctf 2 extra large bedi·oo'ms, 4-piece Nursing Home Terms Trade~ BRICK & ·BLOCK WORK: bath, lots of buHt,ins ;oind large ROOFING, composition; shinglfireplaces a specialty; LE 7-7428 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5S95 closets; attached garage, barn ing; roof repairing;,f1:ee ·estJm· CUSTOM HAY BAILING; LE 3ctr LICENSED NURSES ON 22'x14'; land 100'x347', all ates; LE 7-4859. 3ctf 7 -8375. 3ctf DUTY 24,HOURS A .'OAY cleared; FHA terms. Call Ralph CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & . ·-----------~~~ DON'S LAWN SERVICE -Blade Dec1rnr, GR 4-95 7ll. · SUPPLY; pfok:ups' and 'trailers MY GOGAN Landscape Con· work, hauling, loading, top soil, KITCHEN CABINETS, corner loaded or we haul; LE· 7-7586 structJOn. Puyallup sandy loam nev.r , la:vns; _gu?ranteecl vvork. . PARKLAND shelve.•, book cases; birch, fir · 3ctf top soil, new lawns; nothing Don Afdem, 608-E Woodland or knotty pine; built to your SELL OR TRADE clean, cute 1Road,. Puyallup; LE 7-6571 or specifications; get foe best for bedro.oin home; Jiving i·oom, TANK·~ g~~;~· 30 months to pay. L~c~f LE 7-5063. 3c43 less--"IDy prices are the lowest. kitchen .wired 220, good builtAirport at Portland Ave. HOOVER.'S CABINET SHOP. ins, 3-piece modern btlth; conAUTO GLASS, Seat covers; upHot Water Heating LE 7-55;&4. . 3ctf crete fcundution; garage; 3 lots. holstery & convertible tops inResidential and ddf&rif@§fj #*#f&ijM ~ Close to Pacific a\;!enui= busand $ept10 Tariks Cleane!l stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 st.or;;t;; price $5250. Call Ralph LE 7"8591 Remodel Work O. 8, ACKLEY p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GI,ASS Decker, GR 4-9579. HILL TOP LE '7-43\13 . LE 7-7882 & UPHOLSTERY SHOP., 816 So. BEST BUYS CORNELL · ., . · · · Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. ::lctf .· · ~ PLUMBING & HEATING New Lumber and Used G.RAVEL COe HOl)~E MOVING ~ . Lev~linr&, LE 7~7293 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 foundations; cement work: LAWN MOWERS Puyallup TH 5-2198 for de· Member of Tacoma Real Estate free· estimates; SK 9-2653. · · 3i::tf , livery or will Joad · yom Board Serviced and Stored fruck. Pit at end ol 23rc Power Mowers A Specialty HAY CUTTING, side delivery Ave. S.E. Puyallup. Bulldozing - Ditching Free Pick-up & Delivery rake/,'{llowing and, discing,, Baler ONE ACRE, two bedroom "fOP SOIL _ GRAVEL .available. LE 7.-4444. 93rd and bungalow, 7 years old, living Screened Rd. Gravel PARK.LAND SEPTIC TANKS and Vickel'Y Road. · 3ctf room, handy kitchen with Crushed Rock· Top CYCLE & KEY DRAlli FIELDS eating space, concrete foundS<nil • Drain Gravel CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7-5"172 Phone TH . 5-2452 treatments in ation, works;liop; property all kinds; WA 2-6952. 3ctf ·-·---··----- ·······-·-----.- - - - &;tt day or night; faces two streets. Price S7500 6 Days a Week FOUNDATIONS-New additions; ~-------·-----­ 3ctf Buy G.I. equity. Call Mrs. SNAP ON. TOOLS Johnny free estimates, fin'ancing; work BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barnHughes, GR 4-0503, 3ctf yard compost;· sand; free csti- <GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; . Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox guaranteed; GR 4-2002. HAY MOWING, :raking and balmates, JU 8-2111. 3ctf leveling; weekend deliveries; 1-0856. 3ctf 70 ACRES, 2 houses, large hay SEPTIC TANKS· CLEANED LE 7-7291. 3ctf ing. R. D. Beeler, LE 7-4940. 3ctf barn, milking barn, milk ROTOVATING & TRACTOR Contents hauled away, Don POWER MOWERS sharpened house. Owner will consider WORK; R.t. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR and serviced; pick-up and de· TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed i.t Help Wanted 5 part trade on small acreage Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 2-1025. If no answer call GR ·2- livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or with home and chicken 3ctf Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf Puyallup TH 5-2038. . 3ctf HELP WANTED - Cook for Sat3ctf 7334, house. Call Mrs. Hughes (The. urday night work at The Firs; Farm Gal), GR 4-0503. also occasionally nights during the week; cnll LE 7-8062 after GO ACRES, 16 hay meadow; noon. 5p42 older buildings, good well, some small timber. Black top Hiway by door. Price $9250. SOUTHERN Since June 28, 1899, the growth of Tacoma Savings and Terms. Call Mrs. Hughes ('The Farm Gal), GR 4-0503 .. CAUFORNIA Loan Association has kept pace with the growth of the NEAR l\llcCHORD; 2 bedroom great Pacific Northwest. To meet the ever-increasing needs name, one car garage, 4 lots. opportunities for: Price $4500. Range and re()f our customers, we now offer our new modern home office frigerator included. Call Mrs. building .• , at 9th. and A Streets, in downtown Tacoma. Hughes, GR 4-0503.

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T:tiursday, June 27, 1957 The TIMES- JOURNAL

and putting in rooms, handy cupboards, etc., which will make a great improvement and a more convenient home when all is completed. Then hi= plans to paint the, honl:e,' ins1de and out. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pemberton, who were guests of the Kast , family, left Thursday for Montana.. Mr.. Pemberton, too, madc himsdf useful while here by doing s,;me carpenter work for Mr. Kast. He stayed several days longer than·he had planned in order to give a helping hand.

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LEGAL KENDALL HALVORSEN Attorney ' 217 Garfield St. Parkland, Washington I~, TJlit" Superior Court of the Stat'~ 'of Washington in and for the. County of Pierce. . . :No. 1s2325 'SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION BETTY JANE MARTIN, Plaintiff vs., ELDRED LELAND MARTIN, Defendant. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID ELDRED LELAND Martin, DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first pubJi.. cation of this summons, to wit, within sixty ( 60 )' days after the 23rd day 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 undersigned attorney at his office below stated; and in case of your j ure so to do, judgment will rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. That the cause of action hereip. "is for a Decree of Divorce, on the grounds of cruelty, burdensome home life, nan support, and ne.. glect of supporting the family, and, abandonment of over one year. KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for the plain tiff Office and Post Office Address: 217 Garfield Street P.O. Box 2456 Parkland. Branch '.facoma 44, Washington Published in the Times-Journal May 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 21, 1957.

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The Roy-Lacamas 4-H clubs are holding a benefit dance Saturday evening, June 29, in the Lacamas Community hall on the . Harts Lake Loop road. There will . be good music and good food. The donation will be 75c; the public is cordially invited.

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Mi'. and:' llir;. Wesley Niquette had occasion to recall their wed~ ding vows last week, "For better, for worse,'' uin sickness and in health." They celebrated their 38th anniversary on Tuesday nt their home on East 72nd street, then on Thursday Mrs. Niquette was taken ill and had to be hospitalized. ·we certainly hope you get well soon, Mabel.

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Miss Sharon Folk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs'. John Folk, is home after a brief stay in the hospital where.she.underwent minor surgery. Home From Trip Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Minchen and daughter Doris have returnHappy anniversary greetings ed:. from Roseburg where they were received by Mr. Bnd Mrs. visited Mrs. Minchen's brother, Lloyd Gilbert of LaGrande at a James Lester. surprise dinner party June i4 at Visitors the Community hall to celebrate Mr.': and Mrs. Mike Latterall their silver wedding anniversary. entertained Mr: ·and Mrs. Gene Seventy guests were wekomed ·Rothwell from Wenatchee last by friends before the honored week. couple arrived. The dining room ·New Daughter was decorated in tradional style. We wish to cori,gratulate Mr. Fried chicken, hot rolls and salad and ·' Mrs.. ·DeForest Bullock on were served, followed by ai'ilfuiiO:.: th'Ef'birlh"bf ·a daughter, ·Barbirr;i tiful tiered wedding cake, compli- Joan, May 30. She is welcomecl ments of sister Ida. Nagley in , into the home by a sister, Bonnie Glen Ellyn, and baked by Mrs. Jean. . . J. Bledsoe. Reporter-Mrs. John Folk, LE Ray Schi1•man acted as toast- 7-5801. master. Mrs. L. Schirmano presented corsages, and Mi·. and Mrs. Harry Stock presented the The following building permits gifts and silver tree. Betty Tobias, a niece .of Mrs. have been issued 'by Keith F, Gilbert's, had charge of the guest Jones, County Road Engineer, book on the cover of which. was Building Department: Floyd .F. . Forristall, $14,500 · the original wedding picture. Guests from out of town in- frame home, Heml'ock :Rd., E. of cluded Mr. an~ Mrs. Al Tobias Meridian, Puyallup. · Roswell 0. 'Wichern, $450 adand children of Everett, Mr .. and Mrs. Frank Roeti=1-, Mr. and Mrs. dition to ·home, 507 Violet 'H. Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs: Chas. Meadow. Lawrence J. Ballman, $500 adGilmur of Tacoma, ·Mi·s. Maryann Hiatt of Darrington, John and dition to home, 2011 So. 106th. Jennings' H. Irish, $600 addiLouise Nagley, Hannah Hedberg and Ethel Jacobson from Eaton- tion t 0 phome, 10419 East Taylor. Vern. L. Geesey, $12,500 frame ville, Mr. and Mrs. R. Etherington ·oLLaGrande, Mr. and Mrs. home, 1114 So. 124th. , Robert McConnell,. $600 reJohn Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. R. IColb and Mr. and Mrs. Morrow modeLhome, Rt. No. 7, Box 448E, Tacoma. of Ashford. Floy Mitchell, $495 frame gaGreetings for the occasion were received from Mr. and Mrs. Jesse rage, 763 So. 121st. Cronkhite of Ketchikan, Alaska. -~-----

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12, President Thelma Walsh proseI1tirrg beautiful doilies as prizes for the most poppies sold; Mrs. Mabel Hart, Mrs. Ruth Drake ·and Mrs. Marguerite Clemens were the winners. Parkland will be one of the three units to put on a picnic ·for patients at American Lake hospital Aug. 13. The next meeting of the Unit will be this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 when plans will be completed for the joint installation of officers with the Post at Sunshine hall July 13.

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·!ay:or, .wh~ singled so well on Hes Mme, one of_ th~ g:oups most popul~r reeor~mgs, s111gs lead .,<in their haunting v<>rs1on of Mean to Me." To iop off thi:o wonderful ~olled)on of tunes, the . Plat~cr 5 have taken tfie old ,standards ''Darktm:m 'St_nitt?r~· Ball" and "I'm; Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" 11nd have added a modern, up·to·date rock

Rupe Machine Works &Ga,1iage 13411 Pac. Ave., P.O. Box 2445 Parkland 44, Wn:. LE 7-7450

COMPLETE MOTO.R REBUILDING Lathe Work, Press Work, Con-Rod-Grinding, Head & Block Grinding, Piston. qrindlng,. Brnke Dmm Tu,-ning, Reboring, Main Line. Boripg, Pin Fitting, ~od Aligning,· Armature Tum· ing, Crank Servfoe.

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Halfc:NOtes: 'Controversial' js . ©] .. the' on!Yf word needed t0 desoribe Art Greene's Communfry,WorkSlim Whlt±naii's ''I'.ll Take You er's 4-H clul> were 9n the pro· }l:omo J,.,,.aip. Kathleen." A Jitt)e gram &.t the. refP~liir meeting of 1;±10wn f~ot about this r()Oord: jt the Fruitli!T\d G1·ange Friday, has sojd 9vei· half a mi)liori.~June 21. The 4·H young•lters copies ih :Enrt1and an.d is just used demonstrations and illU$· ;;tal'ting 1o sell in· this country. trated talks to giv<;> .the audience Crmch\sion: controversy pays! . . . an idea of what tYjj>e of .work Ray Anthony blends his world they are ~oing: Members from famous tnimpet \yith an organ Woodland m this group are Mary and cellos for his hit v(;rsion of Tep.ms, :Patty Long and Chris"The Lonely Trumpet" . . . "At tine Berg. Our ~oust:)" is a reill cute little • · - - - ' - - · - - - - - - - bouni;e number bv Claire Nelson ers are rockin up 11 storm of ... The Five s;tins, who will JJO]Jtilal'lty with their "Rpcking be remembered for. "In the Still Shoes" . . . "An Affair fo Re~ of tho l-<ite" and ''Weopin" Wil· member" and "Ta{limy" se~ to )6\V,"ha'~e a new hit •>'ith "To 1Je the next two .}!its from the ihe Aisl'e." The five follows do Hollywood lots. Both movie a fine job with the clever, ballad themes have numerous versions lyrics . . . The Cellos are c1.u·- available, but no big one as of r(!ritlyrmjoying ~ucce~s. with th 0 ir yet . . . "Next St9p Paradise" "Rang '.I'arig :Oirig Dong." It's. a by Teddy Ramlazzo could be very <;lever bl~nd of Japanese c'1lled "Ne>:t Stop Hit Parade" arid Ame1·ican · idio.!!ls . . . "Let : . . Earl Bostic has .revived the Four Winds BlOiv" by>R6y "She's Funr;y That Way" J~iving Brown is getting a lot of disk it that yery co~merqial Bostic jockey plugging these days . . . treatment. .... If you. flip over Hauntingly beautiful is the Nor- the B~ll· Vikings' "Whispering man Petty 'l'rio's .instrumental Bells" yoll'll fo1d "Don't Be a version .of ''The First Kiss." The Fool," which I believe eo~1ld be flip sic;le is Vi I'etty's vocal of the a bigge1· hit than "Bells" with same tune ... The.Ames Br.0th- proper exposure by DeeJays.

Following #i"J A-B'. pragram, George Purcell, County Agent of livestock from the County 4-H office, gave a short talk on juveJ1il~$ andhow ths; :'!~Ii .,Jµb~ ean help :them. Haro1d Hanson acted as Master at ·-the. Grunge mee~i.ng ii; . the absen·"" of Gr<mge. Maste; Mitch. Mihm who' wa~ attending. State (}range Co'fl.-

vention at ~pokan_,, AttenilL'lg the co)1vention also. this y<;'lr were Mrs. Mi1ri1?, Mr~. :Hel(;'n Greene, 1uvonHe Gr!lng-., Mati·on; Mrs. Olza F.i~her, Grari!l'e Lee· turer; and . Mr. Geo. . Fisher, County Agent for th!;! Grange. Bo!l$ter Gariii,s Nite :F:riday, Jµtie 2s, is t~e 1;12th St. B\iloster elµb's game night at i;he South Rill Qommuriity hall !lt :Mer.idia11 !!!'.id Pea:r !')tnict;: !omt;i t~e publi!; .is jnvit~d.. Bring your family for an evening of games and free. refreshments. The electric fry pan is ti;i •be aw11rded. at this time. · Vacation Ted Allen .spon t his vacation ;,yith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E· C. Allen. Ted .IS· an engin(!e1' at .theNa:'Y. Yard in 8."n Fran-

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Johnny lJ:.\"'bzyf' i~ pl~yi!ll> '?n t]te ;Eagles ·team for l;i<;>ys '\J. @r;l under. ·

~~tty W~ddin~ In M~Chord Chapel

Vfaito~s

Mrs.. George Cole's . br9ther; A.rchie •. Hughes, .his :>On :PhiUip and. daught9r, . Mr$. Alfc~ Brehm gnd Mrs. . Bre}Jlli's . rltl-lignf;e.r $ljaro11)1ave b~i;n gi.i\;~t~. at th: Qeorg~ Cole h~mf,l re<oi,nt1y fr9tr:i Lincoln, Neh!'!lSka.

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Mr. and l\1rs. Jip,1 '.I'urman !Ind children, Jimmy, .Ghrlst~ni:\ a:nd 'J.ihe !OV('!]y bride, Jn vrhite J11n9tta. ar~ enj,?ying' . .a Vltcntion loll l!lo(! li)ld pl(it11rf.! hat, .. wa~ ai; the oce!l.ri tl1Js we<;ili;. gl'l~n in n)arriage by h()r l;>rot~el.', Npw Arrival Pv-t,. :Do11~l~ McMuiJan; 1\ttendMr.. and Mrs·: Lester Celzer ants. Were M.rs. John A. Laur?nce hnve " .new. 2-weel<;s~old ·~raJid­ aM A/3c Eldon Clar.k .9f M!i· daughter, Karla Jean, horn· to C,h9rd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall of Auburn. Jl."port()r-M:rs. J. C. Pµyalll!P Tff 5.8621.

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Fi;iliowi:r:..g the cer9men.y a cepti9fi \YA!? giYcon ·at th@ 'h~l<l of l.vfr. l'll19. i:vI;:s .. Lauren,,,e 'at 8um1'.'it View. · . AftQr a. ~hort The . chapel at McChord. Air hcncymoon r~t the b0ach, -tJie .Fy_r_e,_~ .J?~_~e" -:~n_s the setting S~t~_ you!lz coµplc have• "stablishcil ur<lay for t}i<f Wedding pf Jµditl:) th,.;4· .heme at )u: 3, .ox 36P. A:Th!l; ~e~itll~)l a)'.'.d A(;b j.errY Before joining .f)le Air Force, Al!e1r t11uren~19. Th(') bride jsthe daugliter-0£ Mrs: A.lHel'l Stro'ti<'!.ck:; Mr. La\ll·ence attended hi~h tlie gr.~(;lm's pate!l~s• are John A ~ch991 at Salem, Or~., arn:l Fr4ttl>· ;La1.1l'~l;lce />f Summit View {\ti~ .lin Pierce high rchool. M1% Elmer '3arkus of Salern, Ore.

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the rest orus do, shop PARl{~ LAND! Why, one call to PACIFIC FLOOR COVERING .... __ ·• and your troub.!es~- are--over, _and· ·if yoti can ~et -_Birdie down to ARMSTRONG'S 'IJSEJ) CARS, you can get a car deal you can't beat, so SHOP l'ARKLAND and ,SAVEL

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'.llhe Board of U. S. Civil Ser" vice Examiners at Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot has announced an examination for the JJOsition of Electronic Fire Control System Repairer, WB 10 at $2.07 per hour, and WB-14 at $2.23 per hour. A written test is required. At the present time there are no vacancies; however, registers will be used to fill vancancies at Fed~ elal Agencies in the Tacoma Area when and as they occur. Further information an d application forms may be obtained at any Post Office. Mail Admission Card Form 5000-AB to the Executive Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot, Tacoma, Wash" ington. The examination is open until further notice. It is not necessary to apply 'in person.

PARKlA·ND CYCLE & .KEY

PUT 'EM IN YOUR I.OCKER FOR THE FOURTH!

Shoulder

LUNCH L 0 A V ES

cOmdUS News.

Examination Due

2 DOORS SOUTH TO OUR NEW BUILDlNG

cur..u!P

Assorted - Carsten's Hygrade

Jerry. McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs._Robert McCullough, is now stationed in Korea. Visits, Trips Mrs. Emily Ball recently spent a few days with .friends in Seattle. Mrs. Ora Stamper and Mrs. Ben Zeck of'Indiana are visiting their aunt, Mrs. H. F. Pillsbury. Mr. and "Mrs. Phil Taylor and Mrs. Matilda Symmons spent a few days in Portland. Vacationing .. Home from Central Washington College of Education is Joy Barsotti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barsotti. Howie White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry White, and Bob Miller, son of the. Robert Millers, students at the University "of Washington, Seattle, are also home for the summer. Reporter-'-Mrs. Oliver Omat,

Civil Service

WE HAVE MOVED

PED'ERSON'S

and

Spa.naway News

· In preparation for Spanaway Day Camp, D1'. Jack Erickson will give the· required physicals at his office in Parkland Wednesday morning, July 3. The fee THE U. S. AIR FORCJ<J will be 25c. Bus transportation SPECIALISTS IN AIRPOWER has been arranged. Day Camp opens at Spanaway July 9, the bus leaving the COilins school at 9:25 a. m. Foi· ftirther d~tails, call LE 7 .. 3484 or LE .7-8040. Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burgeson, LE 7-7640. 1

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, Thursday, June 27, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAi,,

Graham News Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raymer are receiving congratulations on the ·baby, born June 15. · Congratulations! Everyone is glad to hear that Mrs. E, Robinson is home from the hospital; also that Dick Lorenz is home. Visiting Andy Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. v'\nde~son, visite_d his aunt, Mrs. H. Hanson at her home in _Maple Valley for a week. Birthday Party Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Albert Nelson on Friday to wis.h her a "Happy Birthday." After a lovely luncheon games. were played. Present were Mesdames Nora"Funk, E. A. Lauenborg, V. Selle, E. Mothershed, -G. Baxter, George Storras, E. Robinson, Ray Funk, John. LaPore, •·A. Anderson, B. Wilbur, E. Lorenz and children; also Mrs. L. McKelvey of Spanaway, Mrs. Jack Sloat of Gig Harbor, Mrs. D. Gooch and children of Parkland, Mrs. Engs:rom and granddaugh~er Jackie of Oregon and · Miss Thelma Funk. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, VI 7-7640 ..

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Here's rrollt Insurance on Your Future Layers

TRIANGLE D'eveloping .Feed The. development of YOW' pullets during the nerl

0 PE N: 1 Days A Week 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Prices Effective THURS., FRI., SAT. THIS WEEK

No Sales To· Dealers Right To Limit Reserved

OUR MOTTO ALWAYS.

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months <leterm!nas ihsir ability 115 prodt.Jeel"$ m the laying house this Fall Triugle has a special formula to eare fer this developing st.age of their growth. Iii full nwient bal~ produees'faster growth an.cl betl·er development - plus buildi!'lg & bodily reserve for IMghest egg p~udio!'!. We 1Nve it in !Th115h or ©"<J&:ed ~et form. "-VI

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Times journal v 12 no 42 jun 27, 1957  
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