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Larry Kirkwood

1957

This coming week end the TaLEnox 7-0223 coma Lariettes will hold their annual show at Tacoma Unit No. 1 grounds beginning at 1:00 p.m. This is a zone recognized show and there will be ribbons and trophies in all classes. Bob Seele o[ Auburn will be judge. Events are as follows: western hurdles; English equitation, 10 and under, 11 through 13, 14 through 17; scurry by pairs; western horsemanship, 10 and under, 11 through 13, J.4 through 17; western pleasure; stock horse remmg, without rope; English pleasure; trail horse; clover leaf reining; baton relay; pole bending; individual; pole bending by teams, with the Owen Ellison trophy at stake. There will be pre-judging in all equitation classes and trail horse <class at 10:00 a.m. The Colts and Fillies will resnn · . . p ~ t .their drill and ~hey are s,ure to give. .anoutstandmg performance. This should be a very good show-we'll see you. there! Along the trail we saw Leo Balistreri's horse winning first in the half mile race at Elma .. . . E. K. Dorwin able to be about after his short vacation in the hospital ... Linda Ross real busy making a new corona , . . the ·Tacoma Lariettes also ran at Elma. Send your news items to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 11903 Pacific Avenue; LEnox 7-3261.

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AHar Society Our Lady Queen of Heaven Altar Society will meet in the parish hall, 146th and A, Monday, July 8, at 8:00 p.m. Hostesses The Busy Chix 4-H Club en- will 'be Mrs. Emma Morris, Mrs. tertained their Mothers at a Hazel Melton, Miss Pauline MelMother-Daughter '.!'ea. at the Sum- ton and Mrs. Albert Nelson. mit Fire Hall on Thursday, June 27. Girls who arc carrying foods WALLER ROAD . . project baked the cookies; first year clothing girls served, wearing the aprons which they have made. All of the club members participated to make the evening a pleasant' affair. Guests present were Mesdames Buss, Alexander, Relatives and old-time friends Adams, Ramsey, Herrington,; gathered at the home of Mr. and Orth, Morton and Patterson and Mrs. Hjalmer Jensen on Ghering Miss Hughes, of the County road Sunday, June 23, when the ,Agent's Office. couple held open house on the On Friday evening, Joyce Buss 50th anniversary of their wetland Marianne and Joyce Morton ding. Hostesses for the occasion attended tile bridal shower for were their two daughters, Mrs. Gilbert Carlson and Mrs. Helmut Miss Hughes at Midland. The next meeting of .the Busy Jueling, who were assisted by Mr. Chix club will be held at the Carlson and Mr. Jueling. home of the leader, Mrs. Morton, The home of the Jensens was on Monday evening, July 22, made lovely by beautiful flowers . from 7 to 9. sent by close friends and relaWSCS tives. Greetings came from as far The Woman's Society of Chris- away as Norway, many from out tian Service of the Summit of state. Around 75 attended durchurch will meet in the church ing the day. Before the serving of a bountihall Thursday, July 11, at 11:00 ful buffet dinner, the Rev. Paul a.m. for the regular business Jueling, a long time friend of the meeting. Bring a sack lunch; the Jensens, extended the best wishes hostess will serve dessert and of their many friends and a praycoffee. er. for their future happiness. He Barn Burns A barn on Canyon road, be- presented a lovely set of lawn longing to E. C. Schwarz, burned furniture and a handsome clock, to the ground Tuesday, June 25. gifts from the guests. Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Erick In HospiU.1 Lindquist,' was in charge of the Glen Wilson is in Tacoma Gen- coffee service throughout the eral hospital recovering from afternoon. Guests shared the surgery Friday, June 28. Remem- beautifully decorated three-tiered ber, cards brighten up the day. wedding cake, topped with the gold numeral "50". Mr. Jensen presented his wife with a lovely strand of pearls and a beautiful corsage for the day. Mr.s. Carlson and Mrs. Juelin!fr also· received corsages from Mr. Jensen. The Jensens, although moving away from the. Waller Road district on several occasions, always rel.urned. Of the 50 years of their wedded life, most of it. has been sperit in this area. They have watched. with inter<;Jst the de" vclopmpnt. i!l the surrounding comi:Ji:Unities;. as well' as·.Waller RoacL:; ... . Gl'andchildren Mrs. Richard Pulli11 and Mrs.· W. Heiden, with their husbands, also assisted; the great-grandchildren present were Julie Lou and .Jill Marie· Jueling. 4-H Girls The Waller Road 4-H Girls hold their last meeting at the hoj;Ile ol their leader. Mrs. William Hagen. During the business session, l~aren O~kes ,,~as appointed secretary of the club. Discussions were held on County Convenient To Camp. Membership cards were All Cemetaries given to the girls, as were Junior Fair premium books. The girls are. extending thanks lo the Waller Road Garden club for the aster plants that each received to be grown for competition at the Waller Road Community fair Sept. 6-7. Those competing are Melody Martin, J<aren Beatrice Frederickson, Oakes, Judy Williams, Nancy Willimns, Leilani Lovelf' and Laurel Wheeler. The girls , are planning a

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STEPHEN SALLEE, First Class . Scout of Troop 84, is Midland's only representative to the Boy Scout National Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. He left Saturday evening from the Union Station in Tacoma with 75 other area Scouts of Mount Rainier Council and will be gone abont three weeks. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fonest E. Sallee of 7817 East L Street. Stephen has one brother, Peter, •a "Wolf" in Cub Scouting, who is anticipating a similar trip in the .future! Stephen and his parents were assisted by the Boy Scout Troop 84 and the Midland Improvement Club to pay the $450 (plus spending money and clothes) for the 'trip. Stephen was elected to the Southeast Chapter of the Tahoma Lodge of the Order of the Arrow at Camp Hahobas in 1956. Photo by McKewcn

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The Lydia Circle of Trinity Lutheran church wi.11 visit the state school at Buckley on their next meeting date, which will be July 9 instead of July 16. For more information, please call Mrs. Burgeson. A potluck lunch will be spread in the picnic area near the school. Reporter - Mrs. Harold Burgeson, LE 7-7640.

Elk Plain News In Loveland on Father's Day June 16, Audrey Owens, daughter of John J. Lambert, and Clifford R. Cowie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Schumm. we?e united in marriage by the Rev. H. N. Svinth in a very pretty wedding at the Schumm home in the presence of close relatives. A turkey dinner was served and a beautiful wedding cairn was enjoyed. The happy couple will reside in Ta~oma. Baseball The. Elk Plain Peo Wee ball

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The grade school young people of the Clover Creek church elected new officers recently. Genny Lee_ I\:en.nedy is president; Gary Lucas, vice president; Craig Lucas secretary-treasure1·; Steve Burnworth, song lcadei·. Danny McDaniels will be the speaker .July 7; his topic, "I Am An .A.merican." As the girls had held a Mother's Day tea in May, the boys wanted to honor the dads so had a Father-Son' ball game last Sate urday, the dads winning 48 to 47. The boys served refreshments. Vacations Many people of the community have been on -vacation trips; wc'il tell you about it next week. Reporter -- Mrs. Wilham Dalby, LE 7-0163. 1

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The s'vi1n1njng progra1n has been well received with over 300 children taking part to date. It will be continued throughout the summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Soft.ball t<0ams have he2n formeil on each playground. 1-Io,vcver, there a.re still positions open on these tean1s and any boy or girl usual and funniest costumes. wishing to ph1y should contact A week-long ping pong tourn- the playgrnund leaders.

Mrs. Knesal, was the original leader of the present Midland 4-H clubs. Helen works at Rhodes Brnthcrs here in Tacoma but Mr. and l\frs: Ifoesal and their 15ye~u·-.old daughter no\v reside in Spokane. Back from South A sister of Mrs_ Walter Corrigan, Mrs. Robert Goslee, and her husband and two children, Lou and Janet, have been transferred back to Seattle again after over a year in Long Beach, California. Their family, along with Mr_ and Mrs. George Rodrick Jr. and their eight children, Mrs. Bertha Schumock and son, John oI Olympia, and Mr. and Mrs. Corrigan and Marlene, all traveled up to Buckley Sunday the 23rd and had a picnic with tenyear-old Pat Corrigan. Afterwards Dan· and ,Judy McNickJe and their mother and dad, Mr. and Mrs. A. W :McNickle, joil).ed th<"m at the Corrigan home lind celebrated Marlene's 17th birthday. . Reporter-· Marlene Corn11an, LEnox 7w8545.

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FOR SALE - Late model Frigidaire range and refriger.,,tor, Maytag washer. Good condition. Sacrifice; LE 1-1507. 15p43

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LOST JOB and can't pay for late LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus model G.E. Cleaner; cost new cutting and wrapping, also reover $60, but you can take over tail counter. Avenue Meats, l41st & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 $19 balance at $5 each month; 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox FOR SALE - Kenmore electric Open Till 9:00 p.m. 15ctf ho:r,';;~:rcnst~i~~n. 1~Y~ 7-3570. range, exc·ellent condition; four years old; $75.00. 12911 So. C. TAP DANCL."\IG LESSONS. Be. Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c43 BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL 8xl0 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 15p43 ginning and advanced. Call Jim Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf BATON TWIRLING classes, be- So. Park Ave. Family Portrait 15ct£ BABY FURNI'TIJRE, .·new and ginners and advanced, by Frank Studios. used, tor sale or rent; FOR SALE ~ 10 foot hall run- Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now SMALL FRY EXCHANGE Classified ner, scatter rugs, Navy pea in Tacoma area; if interested 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. coat, apron yardage; LE 7-6387. call MA 7-5559 Thursday or SatOn Page 5 · 15ctf. 15ctf · 15c43 urday.

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COMMERCIAL,----INSTALLATIONS CORNELL Plumbing & Heating LE 7-7293

PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in your own home; day or night; LE 7-7254. 3ctf DON'T Encourage dishonesty; combinations locks keyed, changed; Parkland Cycle & Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 73ctf 5772. HAY CUTTING Farm-All tmctor; first hour $5; $4 thereafter; LE 7-4815 or LE 7-7484. 3ctf BRICK WORK - House leveling and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fireple.ce and· stone· work. LE 74291. 3ctf

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Free Estimates For The Best D~al Licensed & Bonded WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, Opposite Postoffjce WA 2-5057 LE 7-0433 level buildings; cabinet work, PUYALLUP, WAS·H . concrete work. Reasonable; BR 2"-0734" LE 7-3550. 3ctf fOUNDATIONS, additions, re. TH 5-1766 TH 5-1332 modeling. Free estimates. Fin. ft• ancing, no down payment. Ce 11.1H1' · CVlnCJ 0. Phone GR 4-7000 anytim<i. 3ctf Bulldozing - Ditching TOP SOIL _ GRAVEl. SEPTIC TANKS a!ll:d Cutting and Raking DRAIN FIELDS For dependable work call Bank Phone TH 5-2452 LEnox 7-8373 Run 3ct.' Gravel JACK RANDLES oOWER MOWERS sharpened Water Fredrickson and serviced; pick-up and de Lines livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 HAY MOWING - LE 7-7794 or Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf Septic LE 7 -6244. 13ctf Tanks S'PANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. tracting and applimices; free Top S'lil at SALE engineering service for electric Reduced Prir.es Cutting, Side Delivery Raking heat;,LE 7-7064. 3ctf Baler Available, 3 Tractors

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AUTO GLA8S, Seat covers; upholstery & convertible tops in- STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 ICE: Topsoil, sandy loam, peat p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7& UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. 8259. 3ct£ Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. ::lctf GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; leveling; weeke.nd deliveries; MOWERS LE 7.7291. 3ctf Serviced and Stored TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed Power Mowers A Specialty rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or Free Pick-up & Delivery Puyallup TH 5-203.8. 3ctf PARKLAND CYCLE &- KEY BULLDOZING 11oz:1 Pacific Ave~ LE 7-5""1~2 Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing ------FU! Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching FOUNDATIONS-New additions: free estimates. fL11ancing; work Manning Smith guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Contents hauled a.way. Don R.edlord, 8232 So. Fa.wcett, GR 2-1025. 1£ no nnswer call GR. 27:!34 3ctf

Pkg.

FRESH DAILY FROM ONE LOCAL STORE SERVE WITH; A SLICE OF OUR HAM!

SALAD Oil ••• ,.

Airport &

ALL FLAVO'RS

SANDWICH SP'RE~D • • ••• Pt. 39c VE LVEETA CHEESE • • • • 2 .. Lbs. 83c:

CASH for livestock of all kinds. Also wanted Jive cattle for mink feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK IN; MA 7-3565. 8ctf

Bert Brown Realty

Call LE 7a728 I ·racoma Pump & WeH Drimng Co. Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms

Free Estimates Guaranteed Satisfaction Emergency Service

JELLO

MIRACLE

Auto -Wreckers FAST PHOTO SERVICE - In at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY TACOMA UPHOLSTERY DSED PARTS Days: LE 7-7463 PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 PaSpecial -0n reupholstering dav. Mofurs - Transmissions EVE: 7-4437 cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf enport, chair, as low as $129. 'fires - Batteries Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. We Euy Junk Cars SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re· • Wanted To Buy 8 Free stimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7modeling, kitchen cabinets; we Also Custom Welding 0327. 15ctf by Joe's Welding sell glass; 16309 S. Park, Span.. IITGHEST CASH PRICES paid for away; LE 7-7949. 3ct£ smelter pole and log timber. 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. Call evenings. LE 7-5972. 8ctf Spanaway LE 7-6534

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LIGHT MEAT

CAN'T PAY balance ..on Sparton TV; only $39 due at $10 each month. Save on this bargain. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c43

Call

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Emergency Service

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CLOVERLEAF

WANTED TO RENT July 15, small apartment 01' furnished room for employed woman; with or without board; reply to P. 0. Box 2008 Parkland or phone LE 7 -0223. 15p43

Home Wiring - Remodeling Dryers - Electric Heat

m

46·0z. Tins

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TENDER LOVING CARE for baby in my home; references; LE 75243. 14p43

ESTIMATES FOR

Large 2112 Tins

HI .. C

PRIVATE DRIVER training lessons; call LE 7-4495 any time. 14ctf

• Miscellaneous

HERE!

BEANS

m

NEAT BEAUTY SHOP

Hill TOP GRAVEL CO.

OF

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GR 4-3980 GR 2-7038 SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395 $12; Buck, JU 3-3189. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS & WATER LOUISE'S DRESSMAKING-Neat LICENSED NURSES ON HAIR CUT $1.00. Sunday thru LINES INSTALLED. Riley prompt service-ironing, mendDUTY 24·HOURS A .DAY Thursday, 8:00 to 8:00. 1108 So. Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or ing; reasonable prices; Specialty 108th (at K St.) . . . . . . 3ctf LE 7-3204. 3ctf r..,.,,,,...~ CABINETS .,_._i~N · , corner children's wear. VI 7-73"11. 14c45 ROOFING, composition, shinglshelve.'l, b-0ok cases; birch, fir SEWING, alterations, mending, ing; roof repairing; free estimor knotty pine, built to your ironing; reasonable; LE 7-5636. ates: LE 7-4850. 3ctf speoiifications; get .the best for 14c44 le,ss--<my prices are the lowest. CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, WILL DO. HOUSEWORK; also SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers 3ctf ironing in your home or mine; LE 7-5514. GR 2-7628 loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE 72nd and Portland Ave. 3ctf 7-5393 or. I"E 7-7423. 14ctf AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; give your lawn a treat; JU 82111. 3ctf

PRICE

Ill

5 CANS OPEN ALL DAY 4th Of JULY. ·PICK UP YOUR ICE COLD BEVERAGES AND WATERMELONS

LE 7-8408

• Work Wanted

Prompt Service

BEANS?

VAN CAMPS

HAY FOR

SEPTIC TANK

OF

We know that thou·sands of' people have asked themselves this question as they drove by a million dollar super market, and well they may, for the cost of this beauty and the cost of beans is bound to mix before you reach the check stand. ~ur store is small and no thing of beauty, but with our low cost build- .... , mg and low overhead

13--Farm Column

BULLDOZING

t

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Don Flowers

Page 3

Thursday, July 4, 1957 The TIMES -JOURNAL

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AIRPORT & CANYON ROAD

Try

FISHER'S LJllC':.U /"'\I I A I ITV I 11~! I 'tl'Y.F\b! I I

FEEDS

'57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; wholesale prices. SMALLEY MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., RILEY'S A:?PLIANCE ·SERVICE-- LE 7-4060 anytime, even+ngs, 12ctf Home of Fishers Quality Feeds We repair electrical appliances- Sundays. coffee .pots,. irons, mixers, heatKnapp & Canyon Roads FOR SALE -1940 Ford Coupe. ers, etc. Call LE 7-0323. 3ctf Motor and body go9d shape. Next t.o Summit Trading . Co. LE 'l'-7136 We Deliver B..AY MOWING, ra.ltirig a~d bal- Price reasonable. Phone .B.oy 1Zp43 ! I ing. R. D. J:3.,el~r-. tt 7-4940. Set! :231.

Summit F

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'rr.urs-da.y, July 4, 10t.1 The TIMES ~ .TOURNAL -

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FOR SALE ~ Bred New 'Zea· STATION WAGON ,OWNERS fond Junior Dues. P~king duck· NOW you can buy a Custom built Jing"., Tmkey poults V! 7·7.810. Kar-Rae Y<)U can be proud to 15c4:~ put -on <Your Station Wagon. ~"-'"'"'--'-~""'-~~'~ Beaut.ifolly-Varnishel:l, gives that F'OR SALE _.._ Sie~ler h121l~e'rs "town··& . country" look. 'Posint Parkland Fuel qn Service; tive clip .•!fild 'turn•buClfle fastLE 7-0256; -129th & Pacific Ave. ening secure your._ Kar•Rac. f5ctf Easi\y M11i1led by one person. ----,-------PARKLAND FTJRNIT"J'ru•; ~ Save $40:00 per me. /jJrcha:i-d New and used· miscellaneous; Rill Duplel!:es, efficl;!, 'i43rd .& Airport & Pacific .Ave Resi. 'Ps¢ifiC AVe. Sb., 1'hcine LE 7•5194. 15p48 PIANO LESSONS '"- Classical &ml modern. Reasonable :rate. E\'1NF!ODE MbTDES, . . Bryant •bouts;. ;wagon wheels for sale. Call LE 7-4051 or 'LE 7-0120. Hktf _Don!t carry it-drive right into put comp!e,te out-board motqr RABBIT FRYERS; ... also good repair se1·vice shgp, MAJOR & MARINE. $Ul'>!'!LY, 7517 breeding stook; V:['7:7s10. l5c43 ·Portl!inil A:\ce., LE 7-3u4>J.. ll:ictf LEAVE FILM at Quality FMt\J Service for developing. In i1:t

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OIL .

10, out at 5. 9818 pacific

Ave.

Pcm SALE-· 14'x70" wide beam bollt.s $275 unpainted; work ' guaranteed; Bantam 'Boat Co:, 84th & Waller Rd. 15c£f

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how :tho~f!

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r.ra ssal_ed to tightly'""-w1th •. no sign of stir!;'um-t<·hett Ycubt1y th. m, and whv thev·woii't •stkk nt ull when to te,$tfol the_ package at home:? . . MoE~1mto Chemical Compan;' has tipped tis off to thE' gtick~( trick: it's don.e with a \7aim sealing hon and a, coatipg 6n _the wrap that cohtaits -a pla!lticizai· called, believe it or tiot, dicydobe:-:yl phthalate. · Fortunately, yon don't havE' to p1·0ncl't\iic;? it to· understand. what it doe:3 .for you. 'I'o give the> transpar£?-ts. wrap a .li'ood resls· tance to :moisture~so that the fopd won't ~r;Y out or leak a wet break,tlu·ough)n the bottom cir your p;rper. :grpoery 'sa~k, it ls 0

y;:;u t;·y

Moving Co. .

a _--:hic_t_r?C~l1il16se ccat~r,g

instead of the heated metal plate. You can do the same thing at hCme .if 'ilon eveT '~1 atit.to ·t-e-Senl such a packago. Set your electric fron fbi· silks and brush it acroJs the spots to be SEaled. Or just press the wrap-end,; of tirn pack· s,ge lightly against the side of a wa!·m""-not hot-'- sauc2 pan. \Vheh buying transparent wrap to u~e for such self-s2aling purposes, be su!'e to g.?t footl.. grad~. Its nitrocellulose lacqaer coat is pretty sure to contain whatever 'that fo that I\ionsanto said.

PACIFIC DRUGS SERVICE

BULLDOZING • DITCHING GRAVEL • TOP SOIL~ SEPTIC

'I'Al\"KS

g~ven

r.Cntainit~ ··thi~ di ... , this P1c; .. iidzt:-f, And- _it ·-n.dt on.1,.t _bc1o:::ts the ">¥atr..:r bafrier ·but acfa as nn adh:esfr'it_e, tpo, ·\vhcn 'heUted a bit. $0, the map is lnit amµnd tLe ~ooi;I, fol.aeo .neatly and then the Package is ·pa~-5ed acros·s a Vlarrl1 tmtal j;llate Which Seals it just that ·quickly. Sometimes, a gad• get like a soldi=ring iron is_ 1.l!1Ed

A.M. to 9:30 P.M.

DRAIN FIELDS.

i750 9th St. S.W .. Puyallup Phone Puyallup TH 5-245.2

s~week

s

~atlv aft"trio~n ho1iXs .. .dit]s 9 to .11

atia 1~ to 14 ih~et in the. late

:ltiorning h6tirS.

Classes At

1

series o.f ..~t.Viftj:tb}ti-it classes wi)l begin at the "IWCA pool oh <Tuly i5 a!ld 16,. The~e classes are for vioinen_, g-Ws, an\i boys. under nine. J.!egintter a:hd intermediat€ cla·sseS '\Vill". --meet h'dce a ;,veek fer fh•e W(?ebl. :Kegistration is qpen iiow at the YWCA Health ahd Recreatidfi Offi.i:"' from J:J:OD to -12:00 h-oon and 2:00 to 5:00 p,'!IJ.. Mondays through Fridays. Evening reg" i3tration times lll'8 frorn 6 :00 _to 9:00 P·?n· Mondays through '.l'hursdays. Those interested may call BR 2-4181 to make anangeinents for the required He al th card ahd YWCA membershlps. · ' The classes are scheduled by age group and skill level. Girls bqys 6 to 8 hav.e theirclail's" es ; during the early mornij:lg anil.' -9 . A.. nzi.v

'and

i.ai:<?

The_ ;_'~\TO~_s?--'-s,-_ -·cia~~~s .are oh Tue~day and .'r~ursday, evenL"lgs. A morning · begirl'lier . Class wHl tneE-t oj:iiMonday tt:hd .WedTiesdny

st

eV2riings. A.._ morniiig b.?glnni-t Class will fueet .on Monday and >,<f ei.lnesday st ii:3D a th ... The instHi.ctors are fylLss Susa ii haberiold . and Miss . ltevaniean J'i:ii:ter cf the regUli;T YWCA staff Mrs, Botini.,.Thori1pson, also a Red Crok Water Safety !nstructor. R.ocreati?nal phmges w11l con• :Max Kiel ail-field at Little tihtie.at the. 'YWCA po~lthrotigh Ame1'ica, Antarctic, sits en an ir.e Aug1.ist 15th. _The Family Swims shelf 800 feet thick.

and

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Und-2rwnter brcadcast\ng has been d2v2Jcp,d lTi th<> Jh\1cil (J'rdn:inc-e La.bc.ratdry, Silve:t· Spring, Md., t;:; tell what ha1'.ipeh$ in'sk1(; a ·fuine brs:ic:·Jc· it b1o\VS up an e112'.tnv s:h.ip. The· mine ·auto.. fns.t1cEtli;l tr-e.'i'.tSrnrt.'s the dat.a to [l 'In::.Jnit;)r racho TIE£irlY;{. h1~1'ines pa1·ticipatc;d in ·th2 first flag·rai3ing c:eYernuriy G\.;Pr _1viiJ . . \'~·ay tshi.nd r;n Dec. 23, 1867

Trov.:.mr!l> Junior Bcotery LAKEWOOD CENTER Spt."c~aH:dng

JU 8·4181

In Children's Shoes

706 St. HELEN'S AVE. MA 7·6318

~

RURAL

GARBAGE SERVICE

Laboure Nursing Home All on ground floor no w11rds, · no steps. Cheerful surround~ ings, expert care, excellent food. Doctor refered. Aged & convalescents: · ' 901 Tole Lake Rd. LE 7-7857

NECCrfl,,ELNA Sewiing Machines l;:~'-f:I:

Home Trials & Sewing Lessons Rentals and service on all makes of machines. Many used reconditioned machines nt low prices. Easy terms, lib· era! trade-in allowances.

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lLakew:ood NECCHI • ELNA CO. Lakewood Center

JU 8-2331

Plarming a picnic? Staying home? It makes no difference when.you shop at Big Bear, for we've a trem~ndous array of quality fe)ods, with every sing!~ item at a special low price during this bang-up

New Crop Thick

Cantaloupe

sale'! We ".II be open all day on the 4th of July for your convenience.

Grown in California, large size sweet_ and piJ,!b; 1,11,(!at· ed Cantaloupe; perfect for picnics or outings; or to.p with Ice Cream for a delicious d(!ssert !

Lean; 'tender haQ1s; w i th a. wonderful flavor and texJure. Whole or shank half. Local ,ranch eggs-; guaranteed strictly fresh

UNO

Sweet P.lu

A flavorful, refreshing drink; quick and easy to ~;ike.:....;a real treat for the kids. Stc-dk up now and save!

Santa Rosa variety, large thick red

ICS

ARMOU~'S STAR OR FEDERAL; lean and delicious!

meated and sugar sweet.

POUND

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ar~ Tuesdays at 10;$0 a.m.\ Wed, tlesda~·s at 8:00 p th. a.tid rridsys 4:00 p.:m. Hours for_ ,Juniors sre Mondays at 4 :DO ti.th., V.fednesda:;s at 4:00 p.:m. ·and Thurs· days at lO::.iO a.rn. Plunges fer ;,v0i:Il6fi "alwnE com2: on .rfiue.~days at 8:00 j:J.n1., Thursdays nt 8 DO p rn. and Ftidays at i0:30 a.m. A full program of physical activities for girls and wo:lneh including gym, dance and spdts vdli begin again in Septeriiber. 1he V\VCA Pool will be closed after August 16 until Septerhb6r 9.

PER POUN'D

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TURKEYS

Fresh from California. Beef steak variety, large and full flavored. Se!ect your own!

Oven-ready, Government inspected. Hen turkeys, tender and ju:icy. POUND

46-0z. Cans For Only FuH-flavoredu refreshing ar1d economical-=-a thirstmquenching. ncm .. carb'cnated drink: enriched

R.eg!dar

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75c

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Value

Box

The perfect answer for holiday outings! 'Each box contains 3 individaudly wrapped pac:kag'es of fresh. golden-crisp chips.

f~ATHlNALLY FA~~ous

SPAM

NCHEON~MEJrf

America's favorite sandwich meat; made from juicy pork zhou!der and mild, tender ham. Slice it for breakfast or bake it for supper! l:..i:.:"_

FREESTONE PEACH HALVES

Dawn Hour Brand Luscious, choice golden-ripe halves; firm 'n juicy!

PEARS~

PLUMS OR CHERRIES GREEN TAG Brand--Your choice at this. money-saving low price!

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FORDHOOK UMAS • 25c

Dennison's

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LIVE ON CHANNEL 5 TUES., JULY 9TH AT 7 P.M.

303 Tin

PBNEAPflE JUICE " • 4/$1

303 Tin

SPAGtt & MIEAT ••• 49c CUT GR. BEANS ••• 20c Shurfin'.l

Ta.st~well

6-0z. Pkgs.

YOU'LL BE THERE IN PERSON AS THE STORY UNFOLDS BEFORE YOU!

. . . . . . . . . .... 24-0z. Bottle

WHEAT PUFFS ••• 2/29c TA!filE SYRUP •• ·• ·~ 3/$1

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J.B~7 .. The TIMES. JOURNAL

Pdife. 7

Jul)' 41

·

hfa gnn,d!Jl':rep.~13, ;ry'lr,, f<l'.!.4 '.Mrs. Andrevr Johnson cf Tacoma and,

and Mr. anq Mr.s. John Foll: cf house needed a new rocif,. the Canyon road. Ca.'!lp-Out men wore there and in a little over half a day the roof v/as on. Mrs .. Margaret Hoffman, ·Mrs.. The women had lunch ready at Opii) tatterell apd Mrs. Barl;rn.ra noon so rio time 'vas \vasted. Ladwig have just returned with their children from a three-day The Canyon Road Community Agai1\, Congratufations! camp·out pf the Girls Scouts at club has every reason to be proud New Son Mil)ersylvania park. They report of its members. When the club In order to meet the deadline the weather was slightly en the on this issue of th(? Times Journal side. Mr. and Mrs. John William Folk d!'mp Reporter ..;:_ Mrs. John Folk, GenerC!J~ o! Easi 72;nd St. b29im1e the pat· LE: 7:,5301. ents of their second son. Scott ·1 Farhcis, June 28. He is welcomed ; Mem~ by his brother, Mark William, ·· ·

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