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Operation LUE GLACIER Big Success

Spanaway Fire Plan

ALL IN THE DAY'S WORK-Last week's para<k<'ppi11g of (}0,000 pounds of food, scientific equipment and supplies on Mt. Olympic t'.':lacier in the Mt. o:ympie range appeared a stupendous task to_ civiHans privi!eged to- see -·the opera..: tion. To airmen ol the two huge C-1.24 Globemastcrs from Larson AFB it was a nmtine chore-plotted, planned and accomplished without serious mishap. The supplies we.-e dropped m1 the sites o! t.wo camps on the glacier where a party of University of Washington Department of Metcor0 1ogy and Climatology scientists ,;·iJl spend the next l·t m_onths in study of glacier bratc·- thjs achievcn1cnt, tho rncn behavior -and the relationship, "possibly, o[ such are hol<ling open house at both bd1avios to cycles of climatic changes, a project stations Sunday, ,July 14, 12:00 or the International Geophysical Year observation. Below one of the many lmmlles is being noon till 5:00 p.m. There ~.xill be firerncn on duty both stat.ions to show the bcautilu! ·11:2w trucks and exph:iin their operation., also other ne"v ,,.,...,,quip:m.e1;1J .. recei:v:ed .d.11ring... the I year. At present the fire district bas in operation t·~vo pumpers, a one tanker and one ambulance based at Station No. 1 and two pumpers based at Station No. 2. In commenting on the prog;-ess made, John Farren, chief of the Spanaway-Elk Pli:.in Fire Departn1ent, Rnys: "\Ve have come a long ways, toward a successful fire dcpartinent ·:Since the night o[ Oct. 8, 1915, when a sniall group of Spana'\vay and Elk Plain men got. together in Judge Del Brese111ann's court roon1 in Span~ a way park for tho reorganization of the fire department, which at that time had a 1917 Ford truck. "We arc sincerely grateful to all our former Commissioners, fire department members and the Ladies Auxiliary for the part they have played in our success. We are glad to have: in our ranks today somr. of the original Con1n1issioncrs. fircn1cn and Auxiliary members who deserve a lot. of thanks for their loyalty. '\Ve cordially invi!.ed each and every on.e of Lhcu1_ to drop jn and S. Carta, Reporter 'rhc Yon th Center project is talk over old ti111cs over a cup of coffee and cak'c.' 1 progressing nicely ·but 111orc men are needed for vv·ork parties on The Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Anyone free to work either night. please report to Central Avenue c-chool al. G:JO.

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The group of women workmg for a co-operative play school· in the East Airport, Summit and 72nd and Canvon Road' area re .. port suhstnnti;l progress an'd now have aLnost" enough children signed up to insu1·e thei\ project. J\.n organizational rneeting wil.l be held July 17 at 8:00 p.m. at th!0 hun1e of rA::rs. Bruce Bi·cnnan, llt. 4, Box 1083. Tvvo Women from the Tacoma co-operative play school will be pres<ent to answer q~cestions and help with the planning. All mothers ·who are' interested are cordially invited. to attend.

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The. Pierce County Health Department this week amlounced an adult polio immunization clinic scheduled in which free polio shots are available to ·those ih the approximate 20 to 40 year hmcket. The clinics will be held in the fire stations from 7 :00 to 9:00 p.m. In Tim~S-Journal territory the clinic dates are as follows: Roy Fire Station, Tuesday, July 16. Eatonville City Hall, Thursday, July 18 . Riverside Fite Station, Tuesday, July 23. Midland Fire Station, Tuesday, July 23. Spanaway Fire Station, Tuesday, July 23. Parkland Fire Stalion, Wd.ncsday, July 24. Summil, Fire Station No. 1 (Woodland; Colli'nsl, Thmsday, July 25. SununiL Fire

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4-H Mrs. Emil- Grunow rend son Gary The Backwoods 4-H cluh mot who recently bought the home at the home of Buzzy Delano formerly owned by the Joe Kul\5,;ith B,_~1zzy presiding. There -will 0'n\ri]:s on Canyon .. roo.d. be a 4-H fair at Thrift, -wash., Reporter-Mrs. John Folk, LE August 4-5. Each boy gave a 7-5801. report on how his project is shaping up. Michael Kershner, reporter. Birthday Grandn101.b.e1·;:; A birthday IuncI1eon was held club l'To. 250 v\Till n1cct Friday, at the home of Mrs. Wilma Folk July 12, at 7:30 p. El. at the in honqt· or Mrs. Margaret Hoff- home of Mrs. Albert H. Nelson. man. Guests v1erc 1\1rs. 'Evelyn Sympathy Bacon, Mr·g, Joyre Andrews and Deepest sy1npathy i3 ex'tended Mrs. Opal Latteral. Happy birth- to Ivirs. Oscar Larson and fan1i.ly day, Margaret! on the loss of he1~ husbnnd. Cn Sunday };Ir. a~1d Iv'.Irs. \VickNewcom em We are very glad to welcome strom and family of Seattle and our ne,¥cst residents) IVI:r. and Martha Flak of Yt'eka.

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Homes ln ~nrkland CM!)tnUft" ities; Acre.ase .close In; with or without buildings. .

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WE BUILD HOMES - Rcemodel. level 'buildings; cabinet work, •Linel'J concrete \\·ork. Reasonable; Septic _ ·•·· ANNOUl~CEMBNf 3ctf Tanks YOtlf{ ne\.\r ifakima fr1lit canning LE 7 -3550. cE'nter is riow open, .anxiously Toa' S0iil ~i ready to serve you-all canning Ace Dirt Moving Cc. Reduced P?iceu ari.d eating C!tfa!it~/ . fruit.. and Bulldozing - Dltchiug mi.loris·. in-_ season.· .n1e Y AE:I'TOP SOIL • GRAVE.l MA•GALIFORNIA FRUIT MARSEPTIC TANKS and KET, located .n2xt ta Busch's !SS DRAIN FIELDS l)1·ive-In ori South Tacoma Way; Phone TH 5-2'15.Z Op!?n every day, 8:00 a.m. till 8:00 p m. .. . lctf 3ctl

• Business Service 3 ·cpMMERCIAL .---· ~ . ·•·.... TNSTALLATIONS I

CORNELL Plumbing & Heating _,

0Vi'ER MOV'IERS sharpened - and serviced; pick-up and' de· livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 Tacoma Ave., MA .7-3431. 3ctf

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Parkland R~dlfi' Co. Insurance of All Kinds Notary Publfo Est. in Parkland Slnce 1941 LE 7-$1!0~ OXfi\)e 302 Garfield st., Parkland :'Deal with the peoi)le ..vho give you their personal attention."

10816 Pnrtland Ave. LE 7-5395

LR 7-7293

PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in yqur own home; day or night; LE 7-7254, 3ctf

11.220 Pacific. Ave. omc~-Days: J:,E 7,-~GM •... Evenings-WA 7-92_~~-~~. 4"SS15

A HOME with built•iri . clreams! Spaciou•, almost . new rambler; large kitchen, cabiriets .. galore, snack bar; diniri~ rocirn, living room with firepl13;ce; 3 )arge bedrooms; foirdwooq floor; 1 % baths; attached g?-rnge; This Js a quality home, large lot, ·near bus and stores; $15;000;· ter1J1s. SOUTH HILL - PUYALLUP 3 ACRES cleared,. excellent soil; very liveable zcbedroom hqlne; chicken house,. garage; ideally suited for older couple. Full price $7000; terms. EDGEWOOD REALTY, -Realtoi:s 6507 North, Meridian,. Pi.\yallil.p. WA 2-7824 - WA 2-8196 WA 2-7509 • Puy: TH 5-4322

Home Wiring - Remodeling DOl'l'T <:ncourage dishonesty; Dryers - E!ectl"ic Heat locks keyed, . combinations GR 4-3980 GR 2-7038 Emergency Service chal)ged; Parkland Cycle & Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7Cali & WATER 5772. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS LINES lNSTALLED. Rile) HAY CUTTING ~ Farni-All Brothersc Phone LE 1-0987 or \~EISB EL~CTRIC 2 ACRES. - $B5QO.OO tractor; first hour $ 5; $4 the)'e- LE 7 -3204. 3ctf Days: LE 7-7463 WILKESON ROAD; 2 bedroom after; LE 7-4815 or L~ 7 -7 484, E"VE: "1-4437 home, !ivillg room, large ·kitch3ctf AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; give your lawn a treat; JU 8en wired 220, 3•pc, bath, Owner SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED , - 2111. 5 will carry confract ~o .r<Ollii\bl~ 3ctf • Help \A/anted Contents ..hauled mvay. Dori buyer, with easy moµthly. pay~ Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR ''EORGE PURDUE-Plumbing WANTED - . Lady cook for ments. Call Ralph Decker, GR (-{eating. New work. Remod<0 school; hours 4:00 to 6:30; tele- . 4-9579. 2-7334. 'If no answer call GR 5c44 3ctf ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. phone LE 7-7121. 2-9222. . :FHA APPRAISED ·--------3cw older men to age MIDLAND . d!strfot;' owiuif will ENERGETIC BRICK WORK ...,. House level· 70. \Ve have a lull time perm- sell below appraisal; built>in in,g and foundations, retaining 1953. Ranibler, attached garwalls, sidewalk .and patios, fireanent position for you if you age, living rool;\l; separate din· place· and stone work. LE 7cvrn a -car, are presentable and BEAUTY SHOP 4291. 3ctf vcillin,,; to work hard six hours ing room, '2 large· bedroOms, COMPLETE a daY.. :For inte1~vi8\v1 call at hardwood floors, 4-pc: batl:f, SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards ! 7041 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, auto. oil furnace; Land 100x347, BEAUTY SERIJTC-!Z all cleared; barµ 22x14. Call $12; Buck, ,JU 8-3189. . 3ctf betyvccn 10 :00 r:Lm. and noon. 8237lf2 Pa.-k Ave. GR 4-3177 Ralph Decker, GR 4·9579. 5-44 HAIR CUT .$1.00. 811.nday thru PARKLAND • $5,250.00 'I'l1t1rsday, 8'.00 to 8:00. 1108 So. P'AST PHOTO SERVICE In OPENING for two full time Real CLEAN, cute, one bedroom, liv108th (at K St.) . . . . . . . 3ctf at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUATuITY Est2t·2 sales peopla. Ca.11 GR· 4ing room, kitchen wired 220, 0503. Fern Realty; 8234 Pacific breakfast nook, auto. hot water, ROOFING, composition, shingl- PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa· cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf Ave. GR 4-0503. 3-ps. bath, concrete foundation, ing; roof repairing; free estimgarag-e, 3 lots. One block off - ates; LE 7-4859. 3ctf .STuIITI-I C_/.kBil\T1i;T SHCYP-Re ~ 'vVan-h'jd To Buy 8 Pacific Av.e: Call Ralph Decker, modeling, kitchen ci.Lbinets; •w CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & GR 4-9579. SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers sell glass; 16309 S. Park. Span HIGHEST CASH PRTCES naid for away; LE 7-7949. 3ctf loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 smelter pole· and log ·timber. McKinley Hill Real+v · 3ctf Call evenings. LE .7 -5972. Sctf 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 CASH for livestock of all kinds. Member of Tacoma Real Estate Free Estimates Board AJso ;,vanted live cattle for. mink Guaranteed Satisfaction feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK Emergency Service 10 IN; MA '7-3565. Sctf ~ l<entaii . .,ptic Tanks Cleao? 1

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

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. BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barnyard compost; sand; free esti. mates, JU 8-2111. 3ctf - - · - - ..-"... . --·-"-RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICEWe repair electrical appliarices·caffee pots, irons, mixers, heat~ Pr~, Atr.. C!a 11 LE 7 -0323. 3ctf

You make your own good luck when you feed your pullets this famous formula to insutea. Faster growth and better development b. A Bodily reserve for hi.g!nst egg productioit Triangle Developing Feed has the foll nutrient balance to insure an early start and better egg production this fall. \v e carry a full stuck in mash or cracked pellet form .

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Airport Road & Jay Street

TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed . rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ctf

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Price reasonable. Phone Roy i;ion. Situai:cd on 1 ncrc of land. 12p43 $1,300 down, bal. $45.00 per 231. mo. on GI.loan. ]\/[rs. Hughes. 52 FORD 4-Dr. exceptional vl).lue, ONE ACRE BUILDING lot in th" city. Price low mileage, good tires; $525; call LE 7-8744 after 5:00 P·!ll· or $1,400. Mrs. HughEs, see at Parkland Fuel Oil Serv~ MT. RESORT ice. 12p44 6 CABINS, large store building \vith living quarters. Post office. FOR SALE '40 Oldsmobile gas pumps. Ideill fishing and Coupe. Good condition, $75.00; ..,hunting. Black-top highway by LE 7-3532; 302 East 12lst St. the property. Priced $15,500. 12p44 Illness is the reason for selling. This is one you can make good TRADE - '48 Cadillac, 61 model 2-Dr. sedan, perfect shape; '41 on. Call Mrs. Hughes. GMC 1h-ton pick-up, value both PARKLAND 2 BEDROOM older home, partly $800; want later model 1h~ton furnished. Nice yard. Bus by the .pick-up. LE 7-6683 after 4:00 p: 12p44 doo1·. Price $8,000,$1,000 dm1~'1, m. balance on R. E. Contract. Call l\'lrs. Hughes. Evergreen

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New 2.-bodroom dnplex; carport; 1502 South 1,2lst, Parkland; ~h mil.e to M;cChord; phone Orting TW 3-5330. __ l0p44 FOR RENT - 2-room apartment; cle$.n, comfortable . and com· JJf!Ct; gopd for single person Of co11ple; $60 month; utilties paid; 751 South llOth, LE 7-5181; 10c44

kitchen \vith eating space. Wired FOR SALE - 1940 Ford Coupe. Motor and body good shape. 220 for drver. Concrete founda-

LE 3ctf KITCHEN CABINETS, corner. shelve,q, book cases; birch, fir 8234 Paciiic Ave. GR 4-0503 RAY GOGAN Landscape Con- or knotty pine; built to your struction.' Puyallup sandy loam soecifications; get. the best for i top soil, new lawns; nothing less-my prices are the lowest.' j ' More down, 30 months to pay. LE 7HOOVER!S CABINET SHOP•·, 3127. 3ct! LE 7-5514. On Followi~g Page 3ctf AUTO GLASS, Scat covers; upholstery & convertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So .. Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. !:lctf -~----------~,~--~

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STEILACOOM HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All NO FINER VIEW anywhere of makes of ·furnaces for sale; foundations; cement work: Sound and Olympics. Large !ivfree estimates; SIC.9-2653. 3ctf specializil.1g in Williams OIL 'O' ing room vvith fireplace, separMATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water HAY CUTTING, side delivery Installations, Service; reason- ate d_ining room, sun room. 1'1EW' rake, plowing. and di~cing. Baler able; 755 South 108th, LE 7- V\TII\fG includes ~1.fnster bedroon1 ~\vith fi1Y:~11lnrc and- its cnvn vie\V 3etC a.vailable. LE 7-4444. 93rd and 4045. deck; 2nd bedroom opens onto Vickery Road. 3ctf \.VaHed_ pntio. Bnscmcnt; :2-car ""'-·+'---~~-~--~~--'~ I CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of garage. Must be se<0n to be ap· kinds; WA 2-6.952. 3ctf ECONOMY prceiated. $21,000, will sell on ~ontrac~. Immediate pos;essi?n. SNAP . ON TOOLS Johnny ~nll Mis. Burgeson BR LJ-3534. Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox SPANAWAY LAEE 1-0856. 3ctf · LOT SIZE 90x540 ft. 3 bedroom Airport at Portland . Ave. hori1e, - lc~rge living roo_n1 •.vitli' & TRACTOR ROTOVATING fo·eplace, birch kitchen h"s eatWORK; Rt, 3, Box 167, 'l'acoma ing space anl~ pielure \Yindo\v Chesney-Etter Road) ..LE 7-7559 ·with lake and Mt. view, well3ct! kcpt grounds, lrlts of flowers BEST BUYS and cedar trees; appro::·::. 300 ft. New Lumber and Used South End Auto Wreckers of pipce fol' sprinklirg, double USED PARTS Building Supplies garage has concrete floor, small Motors - Transmissions chicken house and barn, }arge Tires - Batteries ~. garden space, fruit and berries. We Buy Jupk Cars STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. Price $10,750; $5,000 down, Call Also Custom Welding ICE: Top soil, .sandy loam, peat 11:rs. Iiughes, GR 1-050::L by Joe's Welding fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7NEAR COLLINS ROAD 1 Mile>East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. 8259. 3ctf GI EQUITY. 7-Year old 2 bedroom Spanaway LE 7-6531 bungalow, spic and span. Handy

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EVINRUDE ~OTORS, Bryant boats; wagon wheels for sale. Don't carry it-drive right into our. complete out-board • motor FREE to good home...:...Banties & repair. service shop. MAJOR 7-toed kitteris; Bob Carson, OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 Thrift; call Orting TW 3-3.791. Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf 15c44 TORR0<0'ifl8-iri. gasoline lawn· FOR SALE - 9-weeks-old regis- mower. 1 year old, $75. LE 7tered Collie pups; sable and 7229, after six. · 15ctf white; call Orthag TW 3-5241 or SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESsee at Rt. 1, Box 420, Thrift Extension Road, Graham. 15c44 Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann

Thursday, July 11,, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

P.age 6

This is Your Chevrolet Salesman

RnkPrv

RIDE WANTED from Graham to Tacoma, '7 '.30 to 4:00 shift; phone VI 7-2216. 15c44

New Chevrolet Ca1·s & Trucks Used :& : Ttu,cks Come to.

Cars

Puyallup Valley Chevrolet

FOR SALE · ~ Sacrifice 2-piece sectional, sofa,c dinette set, end tables, coffee tables, lamps, fish · aquarium, eleCtric iron, baby . furniture. LEnox 1-0568., 11102 So. Park. 15c44

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MT. HIWAY CABINET SHOP Graham

VI 7-7638

FOR SALE Siegler heaters BABY l!'URNITURE, new and at Parkland ·Fuel Oil Service; used, ror sale or reht; LE 7-0256; 129th .& Pacific Ave. SMALL FRY EXCHANGE · 15ctf 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505,

C&H

15ctf

PIANO LESSONS .,..- Classical and modern. Reasonable· rate. Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. 15ctf

For The'Best Deal Opposite Postoffice PUYALLUP, WASH.

BR 2"0734 5-1766 TH 5-1332

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HAY FOR SALE Cutting, Side Delivery Raking Baler Available,. 3 Tractors

LE 7-840~

• Work Wanted

LEAVE FILM at Quality Flhotc Service .for developing. In a1 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. FOR SALE - 14'x70" wide beam

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

BULLDOZING . DITCHING GRAVEL·. TOP SOIL. SEPTIC SELL or. TRADE-Rotary clothes dryer, never used, $10; double TAl\"Ki" DRAIN FIELDS waffle iron,. $8; VI 7-7428. 15c44 1750 9th St. S.W. Puyallup TINY male Chihauhua at stud, Phone Puyallup TH 5-2152 $15; no papers; VI 7-7428. 15c44 STATION WAGON OWNERS NOW you can buy a Custom built Kar-Rae you can be proud to FOR SALE - Leaving state, must put on your Station Wagon. sell 21" TV, pushbutton range, Beautifolly varnished, gives that Bendix Duo-Mat, refrigerator, "town & country" look. Posi- sectional chrome set, maple tive clip and turn-buckle fast- bedroom set, 46 Ford Flatbed, LEnox 7-7539. 15c44 ening secure your Kar-Rae Easily handled by one person. • Wheel Balancing Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & e Motor Tune-Ups Pacific Ave. So., Phone LE @ Headlight Adjusting 7-5194. 15p48

LOUISE'S DRESSMAKING-Neat ROOMS WANTED Parkland area :prompt service_:_ironing, mend- for College men. Call LE 7-8611 ing; reasonable prices; Specialty Ext. 14, Pacific Lutheran Colchildren's wear. VI 7-7311. 14c45 lege between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 15c44 TWO•· HANDYMEN desfre work of any kind; GR 4-8643. .14c44 KENMORE electric range, excel- · · - · · - - - - - -. lent condition, $75; 12911 South SEWING, alterations, mending, C St. 15c44 ironing; reasonable; LE 7-5636. USED BARGAINS 14c44 Twin beds, eomplete, from $12.50. WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also Swing Rocker, $12.50; Wing ironing in your home or mine; mirror Vanity, $12.50; full size $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE innerspring mattre~s and box 7-5398 or LE 7-7423: 14ctf spring, $19.75; Shnmons bed chair, $17.50; good 'running Miscel.lanecn.is 15 . wringer washer, $14.50; West· inghouse refrigerator, 6 cu. ft., TACOMA UPHOLSTERY $39.50. ' Special on reupholstering dav. PARKWAY FURNITURE enport, chair, as low. as $129. 141st & Pacific Ave .. LE 7-3941 Davenos $49.00; Rocker, $29. Open till 9 Free stimates; GR 2-6955, LE70327. ·~ 15.ctf 3 .ACRES OF HAY for sale; 812 East 12lst Stri;iet; phon~ LE 7" BATON TWIRLING classes, be- 4389 after 5:00 p.m, l5c44 ginners and advanced, by Frank Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL in. Tacoma area; if interested 8x10 tinted portr~it, $2.50. 8411 call MA 7-5559 Thursday.or Sat- So .. Park Ave. Family Portrait 15ctl urday. 15ctf Studios.

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WANTED July 15-Smalt' furnished apartment or room in private home · near 119th and Pacific avenue, for employed woman; please give full details in reply to P.O. Box 2008, Parkland, or phone LE 7-0223 during business hours. 15p44 FOR SALE Umbrella tent, 9x9; also three sleeping bags; 1319 South 118th. 15p44

DARIGOLD SWEET CREAM

1.. LB~ CUBES

FOR SALE - Peeled corral poles; .John Erickson, Rt. 1, Box 115; Roy; phone 357. 15c47 WILL TRADE baled oat hay for whiteface feeder; phone Puyalup TH 5-6584. 15c44 . UNCLAIMED ''. fong Boy Hideabed. Just ole)ln" ed, cushions re-filled, ha.s new Serrta folding innerspring mattress. Hurry to PARKLAND . UPHOLSTERS, .128th & ,Pacific Ave. 15c44

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show and local garden club bcrs could be of great assistance in judging. Another exciting special event for the coming week is a cookout. The local playground leader will arrange the time and place. Campfier songs and stories are to be a part of the menu as well as typical cook-out foods. CJthci; e~~cnls ·week arc to he a tether ball tournament and a Hat Day Contest foattll'ing every and any hat that can be found. The swim program to Spana way continues to be enjqyed by more and more children. A hearty vot.e of thanks to Superintendent Ford and the Franklin~ Pierce School District for their fine cooperation Es certainly in order. · Take advantage of you!' playground activities. Handicrafts, softball, story telling, ping-pong;, volleyball and many, mnny diffcr~n t games are fcatut·cd every day of the week.

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MIDGET LEAGUE W. L. Pct. Kapowsin . . . . . . . 5 0 1.000 Spanaway Firemen 4 1 .800 Span. Merchants. 3 2 .600 Elk Plain .. . . . . . . . 2 3 .400 Roy . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 .200 -J . .~v. ~-. Pct. .. Benston Grangers 0 5 .000 h.,wams · · · · · · · · · ""' 2 .71<1 Results Last \Veek · S_tanleys 2'. · · · · · · · · ;:i .714 Spana\vl.hy Firemen 8, Elk Nalleys · · · · · · · · · · •1 3 .571 Plain '7. St. Pauls · · · · · · · · 4 3 .571 PEE WEE LEAGUE Lakewood · · · · · · · 2 5 .286 W .. ·L. Pct. 18 Vets · · · · · · · · · 1 6 .lG'i Elk Plaii1 ........ 5 J .833 Results Sunday Span. Auctionee!'s. 4 2 .667 J\iwanis 3, Lakewood O. Spanaway Hawks . 4 2 .667 Stanlcys 9, 18 Vets 8. Wilkens Packel's,. 3 3 .500 St. Pauls 6, Nalleys 4. Kapowsin . • . . . . . 3 3 .500 Spana way clung to . its one Roy ............ 1 5 .167 game lead in the Va\ley . Leagu.e's Spanaway Giants .. 1 5 .167 Eastern Division with a 5-2 win Results Last Week ,.o:ve~· .Edg~:wpo\l .S.u~~1'\t.,W,~~ ......... ~P~.'l~'\'.\!Y ,ll,i,t,ct\gneers :).6, Kaern State. powsin 7. The loss stopped Edgewood's Elk Plain 25, Roy 7. winning streak at four games. Spanaway Hawks ~1, Wilkens Edgewood scored single· runs Packers 9. (Completion of June in the second and fifth innings 13 suspended game.) to take a 2-0 lead, but Spana way Ka?owsin a':'d Elk Plain. won came back brilliantly. the f1rst half titles of the M1d!l'et . • and Pee Wee Leagues, respectiveV1c Crows,on, the Edgewood 1 · tl B th 1 D' t · t 'ld 't h d B El y, m 1e e e nc h. d tl ,.. · h a d 1scl"me 1,.apowsm. hstarter,· w11 p1• .c1 e d uzz ; ey e . 1c ome 111 .tie sixt1 an · a.n error Midget title June 26 with a 17-

Elk Plain needed a victory to gain the title last week, so they bounced Roy 26.' 7. ·The Spanaway Auctioneers, who finished second with a 4-1 mark, downed Kapowsin, 16-7, but to no avail. Elk Plain handed the Auctioneers their only loss of th e s eas on on June 20 by a score of 20-13. The Spanaway Giants have dropped out of the league so there will be just six teams ente1·ed in the setond hall P<'e Wee chase, which opcmed l>fonday night in both leagues. The short scores: Midget League Elk Plain 210 002 2-7 ~J 0 Span. Firemen 004 200 2-8 7 0 Wickline, Ogden and Lamka; . Lucas, Wqods a,nd McGinnis .. Pee Wee League Roy. llO 5- 7 5 8 Elk Plain 998 *-26 20 2 Austin, Gilstrap and Solly; M. Bruka and J. Burka. Ifapowsin 101 500 O- 7 Span. Auctioneers 703 501 *---16 Cope and Gohr; Pietz and Clevenger. Wilkens Packers 003 501 0- !) Spanaway 1fawks 230 204 *-11 sc?red .T1i:1my Ol:'on with the 10 win over Roy. They were unHarpel and Butler; Rcdschull tymg run m the mghth. beaten thmughout the first half. and Broohs. Dick Foran relieved Cro,vston in the sixth and lost it in the Nobel, who has tried to estab~latter ninth. lish t.he song as a be.Had in the A i,vaih, an eri'or, a sacriflce pop m:->.rkel, bees recen1ly been and ---Jiriuny Olson':::; two-run 'covered' by the. Hillt.oppers. single scored the eventual win'l'hcy nre also tr,ying Lo t-ur~1 the

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Dan Hobert fanned five in notching his fourth lcag:ue victory this season . .!:le allowed only three hits. Dan Hobert singled in Larry -Larson in the first inning which proved to be enough for Hobert. However, they added three insL1ranco runs in the third inning \villb' fo 'Dille ...,'.romme1'vTu:; Larry Larson and Dan Ho.bert plus RBI singles by ,Jim Rich and Dave Gamache. Tom Tommcrvik's infield roller pl"oduced the third run. Bill Hobert doubled with two out, stole third and scor(()d on Tom Tommervik's long single in the seven th inning against the Pirates. Bill fannecl 13 in that one. The short .scores: McLaughlin 000 000 0- 0 3 5 Rich's Wolves 103 GOO *-10 7 0 B. "White and Pratt: B. ·Hobert, D. Hobert and D. Hobert, T: Laboure Nursing Home Tommerdk. All on ground floor uo wards, ning.: rur1.s. West End no steps. Chec1·ful surround·· Bob Brewer racked up his third ings, expert ca.re, exccUent Pirates 000 010 0-1 2 3 "\Vin ~~vithout a loss. food. Doctor refcred. Aged & Rich's Wolvcr; 010 000 1-2 3 l Drive Safely The short scores; convalescenf,s . H:och ond Steinauer; B. Ifobcrt. l!Ol 'fule Lake Rd. LE 'Vl851 Eastei·n Division nnd D. Hobert. 001) 001 013-~5 9 1 Spana;vay 010 010 000-2 5 3 Edge\vood ,, B reYver an d Dyr d ; Cro,¥ston, •. · . d J . Fora!1, 1vhtton an o I1nso11, National 'Bank of W~sl1ington \.Vhitehcad. L-Foran. STATEMENT OF CONDITION Orting 033 000 600-12 13 l JUNE 30, 1951 Puyallup 015 102 000- 9 9 2 Annas, 0. ·Balmer and Wilkins; RESOURCES • { K B,•• ocl,~ and Hm,.. ..11•d, Fly. ViTCash and D'ie from Banks ....... . $ 19,197,824.1() O. Balmer. U. S. Go1'ernment Securities .... . So. Prairie 101 01[) OD2-5 4 ::\ 36,263,79A.48 , , , . State, Counly and Municipal Bonds 100 12, 120,321.92 I,acamds . OOO ' . 010-.,0 10 . fi> ., , , , ,. , . · .. l Ci-her Bonds and Securities., •• , •• 291,935.00 ho\ acu tch 1111«1 Ilodde1, _,, .,,, M . .. _ . . L>d1.,_e1 d nr1 . JJ1 gc1n. To!al Cash and Securitie.s .........•........ $ 67,873,875.50 'UVc·stcrn Divi_i,;inn ~ ,, ', · .__. · Loans Guaranteed or Insured by the United States

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In third place is Midland with 4-J record. Th.e Wolves downed McLaughlin in 1eague action, 10~0, and edged by the West End. Pii-ates, 2-1, in exhibition play last week.

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The seventh annual Pierce County A. A. U. Junior Olympics, one of the summer's outstanding athletic events for boys and girls, will be held July 17 at Lincoln Bowl. There are events for boys 12 and under, 13 to 14 and 15 to 16. Girls' age groups are 12 and under and 13 to 15. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded. The of,'..:f:o.· ·-1"1•a·nklh'l-Pier~e ···School .,,.District has made ava1labk a bus to ta];c e1;trants to. and lrom the meet.. Pick-ups will be marlc at. tho pbygrnunds the day of the Olym~ pies. Ent.ry blanks and further ·information may be obtained from your playground leader or HOME SERVICE by calling Fulton 3-2496. OUR SPECIALTY Also Commercal Installations Flowers will. be studied in the 'playground nature clubs this DEA~rs week. Further emphasizing the flower theme is the Flower Show ·which is one of the feature special events. Ever~one is encourai:;cd to bring flowers t.o the

PEE WEE U•jAGlJE W. L. Pct. 'l'ommerviks . . . ;; 0 l.000 Midland Mites 5 0 l.000 Poche! Dist. 4 :l .flG7 Midland Midgds. :0 2 .667 Keller .......... cl 2 .. 667 'l'n.ylor .......... 2 3 .400 Greco . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 .400 Collins . . . . . . . . . . l 4 .200 Wings · ..,..,. :·:·:··~·; ·: •:'""" 1 · ... 4,,_._,#00"1~·000~··cihgu&;-0y·"a"'iic:oi'e .. Pirates .......... 0 6 .000 Rick Hayes was the winning Results Last vVcel' pitcher, firing a one-hitter and Tommerviks J.2. Poche! Dist: 3. striking out 15 in the process. ·

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Susan Van Etton .and Barie the Community church and obGreene attendq,d the Juvenile diserving holidays. vision of the State. Grani:;e and In state Grani:;e contest wm·k gave their report at the meeting 2 blues ·and 1 reel rih bon were also. received on Safety scrapbooks; 8 Ncwly .. w2ds blues, 1 red and 5 white on corsages. Barie Greene received Thci·e wore 60 present at tho honorable mention on his Christ- bridal shower given for Janel mas card and Cathy Mullins, a I\~iracle and T'-Om E1sdon Saturred ribbon on sewing. In the day evening! June 29, in the Hobby group, 8 blue, 7 red and Frnitland ,_Grange hall by Leah 11 whjte ribbons were awarded and Maude Swalander. The men the young Grangers by the State (about 20) played cards upGranfle. stairs while the shower was in progress. The hall was beautifully decorated in summer flowers, \.Vith a ·white u1nbrel1a above the gift table. M:rny ben.utiful OUR NEW BUILDING gifts were rccdvcd hy the honor guests. The couple Vlere married July 6 at the Revised Latter Day LEnox 7-5772 Saints church in Puyallup. Par>

Delegates to the State Grange convention,_gave their reports at the regular meeting of Fruitland Grange Friday evening, July 5. Juvenile Matl·on Helen Greene reported that. Fruitland Juvenile Grangers were awarded the Progress Plaque for their help in

WE HAVE MOVED PARKLAND CYC & KEY 2 DOORS SOUTH TO

ents of the pair are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miracle and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elsdon. Pickm·s Needed Raspberry pickers are badly needed in the Woodland area; since we are about two weeks later than the Valley, the harvest is at its peak now, a good time for you housewives and older children to make extra money and get a sun tan. You'll see "Pickers Wanted" signs all along the roads. To Japan Airmrrn 1st Class and Mrs. ,fames Pope and daughters, Michell and Sherry left for San Francisco Monday June 24 to fly to Japan, where Airman Pope will be stationed with the Air Force for 3 years. Mrs. Pope is

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conway of•T:t>oi;ias Road. Surprise .Party The past president of Woodland P'-TA, Art Harbor, will remember his year as president as he enjoys his new pipes his executive board gave him at~ surprise party Tuesday night, June 24. Those present besides. Art and his wife Bernice were Henry ·and Mary Bassi, Robert and Elaine McMahon, Betty Snider, Maude Swalander, Kathrine Grass, Flora Ruyle, Dorothy West and Margaret Mullins. Cub Scouts The Cub Scout Pack 91 held their annual picnic at Enumclaw Pete's Pool on Saturday, June 22. Those families present from Woodland were: John Haines,

Walter Wests, L. Fuestons,' Ar· mond LeBlancos, Charles Ferguesens, Art Harbors, R. Joslins, W. Longs, and Victor Gawleys. The Pack will disband for the Summer but will resume their ~ctivities in September. In Posse . Two of our ·Woodland resident, Albert Bannerman and Ted McMaken, were with the Pierce County Sheriff's Pos~ that won the over-all state championship at the State Mounted Sheriff's Posse Convention held in Yakima June 21, 22, and 23. The convention was held in conjunction with the State Sheriff's Convention. There were 19 Posses participatinij with some 400 horses and riders. Robin Roepke, son of Elme.r

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Roepke of Walnut ;Road, ls on , the critical l.ist at St. Joseph's hospital in Tacoma with a skull fracture. His bicycle broke, it is believed, while he was riding down a steep 11ill and he was thrown to the pavement. Robin was operated on Tuesday< June 25; a blood clot was removed and the doctors say he is coming along fine.' ·· Move to Puyallup Mr. and M1·s. R.obert SchaeJfer and 'family moved from Woodland road after Ii ving there 8 !h yearn to Lindon Drive in Puyallup. The Schaeffer family are quite a musical family and Vvoodland residents remember their playing for P-TA and talent sho\vs in the area when their son Lynn was home. Lynn is now at Amarilla, Texas, in the Air Firce. Lynn played the accordion; Larry, now a Jui;iior in Uuyallup High, played the drums; Mr. Schaeffer, the saxaphone and clarinette; Mrs. Schaeffer, the piano, and Lyle, now to go in the 5th grade, was quite small at the time and played a toy accordion in the family group. We will miss them as Woodland residents but their frie1\ds will stiU be .able to visit them. . New Homes Two- of our new homes in Woodland will be finished and occupied soon after the first of July. "The home of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Buttsford on Woodland road across from the Woodland Grocei-y. Mrs. Butsford is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilliland,, owner the Woodland Grocery, and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swalander on Lundblad road. Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swalander also of Lundblad road. Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, Puyallup, TH 5-8621.

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pleasant h•ip to Idaho, Montana and Vvyoming where they visited relatives. and friends. Jack Hadley of Tacoma, of the Excise Tax Commission, visited: Elbe recently. As a boy he at .. tended t!rn Elbe school when his uncle, Mr. Bramlett was the principal. At the time there were only three teachers in the school; Mr. Bramlett, Mrs. Minnie Brad" bury and Mrs. Pearl Engel. Jack's fa th er was the proprietor of Park hotel, 8th and A Sts. hi Tacoma. In Hospital John Fraser took suddenly ill recently and was rushed to Tacoma General hospital in Tncoma whore he underwent nn appendix operation. Reporter - Mrs. Pearl Elbe.

Mrs. Earl Hightshoe of Omaha, Neb.. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hightshoe and children of Ashland, Neb., and .Mr. and Mre. Harold Retynski and children of Seattle .spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill of 610 South 14.0th. Mrs. Earl Hightsho" is Mrs. Hill's aunt whom shr· had11' t· seen for 20 years; Mrs. Retynski and Mr. Hightshoe arc; cousins of the Parkland woman. The family cnj oyed a picnic at Pvint Defiance park.

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the tower and putting on a. new . ?'he Ross ~lumbs ha)! as guests rnof. .. foi the holiday Mr. and Mrs. The next regular meeting will John Skerl and daughter Helen be September 4. from Salt Lake City and grandAt Cam son Paul Cossack. Mrs. Skerl and · •... . . Ill'~ Your reporter, M:rlene Corri- ~1rs. bPlumb are cousins ... T.he The<Bu·sy Fingers 4-H club held gan, and Pamela Gress,.. both t ~ went east of the moun· their ~ahnual Mothers' Festival J?ne ~raduates of Franklin Ca~n~ ot the w:eken~,. visiting Frida·y'.· June 28 at the McCart.hy Pierce high school, are attendinou ee. Dam, th~ · Petl'ifted For· . ' th W h' · " est Dry Fallo and S L k · ome .. The guests were the girls' e as mgton State Sports· ' . . " . ··. oap a ·e. . h moth~rs, Mrs. Florence Allen and men's Council Girl's Junior · vVedding Bells '!'ord ~as been ~·eceived. of the Miss Lafrairie Hughes. The tables ~portsmen's Camp at the Naa;id :i:ard were decorated by the tional Gu;i-rd Headquarters Camp fo; '.hcommg marriage of Joyce girls m. the ti'aditiona1 green and at American Lake, this week. Loveland, for':'erly of ]\ilk Plain white. a11d colorful summer flow- The program will include clases ~nd now a .senior student of nursers. ·· . in _water safety, outdoo\· cooking, :ng .at ~acoma General, to BenJudy Thompson';· president, was bait c!isting, fly casting and ty-; iamm Youtney of Lafayette, La. mistres of ctpr,emonies:· Mrs. M. ing, salt water tackle and hunt- Mr. Youtney is a graduate of 0. Hammar, leader, Jrave the ad- er safety, parliamentary proced- Purdue. dres$ of welcome; Linda Ham- ure and how to organize clubs. In Korea mer, Peggy . McCarthyand Susan There will be films and discusFranklin (Spike) Myersis now Fordice,gave copking demonstra- sions by personnel from the .stationed in Korea \vhere he is tions, while JoAnne.. Snowden State .Fish_erics, Game, Forestry "'.o;·J~ing in the motor repair and Kathy Hamblin demonstrat- and Pollut10n Departm'!nts. d1v1s10n. ed on .sewing techniques. Kathy Marlene ~nd P~m are both New Ar.rival Hamblm played the clarinet and cou:oselors m then· respective Mr. a·nd Mrs. James Clark are several others gave a skit titled cabms as they both attended the "A Typical 4-H Club Meeting." first camp of this kind last year The· garments and .articles at Pack Forest. An interesting made by the Busy Fingers in and enjoyable week has been their sewing projects this year planned for these Junior Girl were displayed ill a dress revue. Sportsmen. Marlene is being Mrs. 1'faiifmTu-'"'r''c11iir'pi'es'eilted · sponsored by ..the Paul ·Bunyan HARDWARE - P.AINT. - PLUMBING. and ELECTRICAL her with a "thank you" gift and Sportsmen club. SUPPLIES • . • for • • • HAND !OOLS - POWER ~ a lunch,.eon, prepared and served Altar Society by the club members, folowed. The Altar Society of 'St. John ~ TOOLS - POWER MOWERS - GUNS - ETC. ~ Peggy McCarthy was voted to of the Woods Parish will hold be the club's representative as their annual picnic at the Frank junior princes at the Junior Fair Reding summer home on Lake August 15, 16 and 17. St. . Clair near Olympia this 8502 PORTLAND AVENUE (OPEN SUNDAYS) Boy Scouts Thursday, July 11, rain or shine. Stephen Sallee, Troop 84's rep- It was post~oned once. before resentative to the National Scout ~ecause of ram. They will meet Jamboree, and other' Mt. Rainier m front of the church at 10:30. a. m. Council Scouts, arrived this week In Service " • MEDICINES in Valley Forge, ,Pa., where the Putting in his six months in •VITAMINS camp began Tuesday. the service is Ronald Morud, son Plans for Camp Hohobas were of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Morud. He made at the' Troop 84 parei1ts' is stationed at Fort Ord in Calmeeting Wednesday, night, July ifornia. Ron has ·been attending In Any Emergency, Depend On Us! 3, with Howie Snoden presiding. the U. of W. ·His sister, Mrs. Ross We Are In Business for Your Health 'l'he 19 boys attending camp had Shultz, the former Beverly MorFREE DELIVERY . their physical exams Monday ud, is attending the summer night at the regular troop meet- session at the U .•or W. now. ing and will be in camp July Bridal Shower 112th & ,Pacific Avenue LEnox 7"8636 14-20. Fathers Howie Snowden, A bridal shower honoring James Wooldridge, and Charles Miss Lorraine Hughes, County Spragg will also spend the week Extension Agent in Home Econat camp. omics, was attended bY, over 60 · A· work party consisting of leaders and 4-H members Friday Carl Heinicke, James Wooldridge, evening, June 28, in the MidForrest Sallee, William Reynolds, land Improvement club hall. Howell Snowden ai1d Edwin Miss Hughes is leaving the ExBrennheise spent last Saturday tension office about the middle at the Scout Hall, tearing down of July to go to her home in Pullman to prepare for her coming marriage to Jack Albright on August 17. They will reside in California after the wedding where her husband-to-be is on Weekly the teaching staff of a college. Garbage Colled:iou !hose present at t~e ~hower Summe~ti!ne w~-nderful -~eason in these parts,t Phone LE 7-8688 enioyed a program which mclud· . · ed a humorous wedding skit, put Patio living is at its best these balmy evenings in W esteru on by Sandra Kittinger, Donna Washington. This is a wo11derful season for exploring the Ayers, Donna Freeman and Mar- . · . ·· · · ··. . · - · Custom Built )ene Garrigan; Human Droodles" Pacific. Northwest. Before you pack up the Cabinets & Store Fixt11rea imitations bJ.'. Ro:-:aime Johnson family Cat' for that vacation trip hew about We ~tall and a ventriloquist act by the . . · · . · · . ' ·. ·. · · .1~ Eiiiti.lnateai Baker twilis from Waller road.checking your reservations with a telephone Games were played and refresh-'call? The cost is low especially if you call OR H 0 NE '.S men.ts served. The tables were . · ·. ' · CABINET SHOP decorated in pink and white with after (') P· m. on weekdays or at a11y time LE 7-3342 little pink and white crepe on Sunday. Even if you're goi11g to visit Span away paper covered umbrellas over • nut cups. Girls in .the flower ar- relatives or friends, you'll find it's best .to BUI McLeod, 1 ranging proj:ct made lovely call ahead and make sure. Use vou!' te!e. you~Z,:~ ~:oue flow:er c~nterp1eces f~r the tables, h . · . ·. . . '. . .. . . _g . · all 111 pmk and V>h1te. A large P--O!!e these summer days ••• rt wtll run countless enands umbrella cover~d in the same for you and keep you ix1 touch. 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