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For Parkland JC Installation of new officers o( the Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce and the• Auxiliary highlighted a recent dinner dance enj0yed by the group. Roger McDonald acted as mnstcr of cerernonics. Dave McQuire of Bremerton. '1th District vice president, Wt'S the rrucst speaker and the;_ lnsti1lling officer for the JC's. New officers arc: President: Newt Willis; state director, Leonard Knecht; 1st vice president,

Fort Eustis, Va. <AHTNCJ Pvt. Dai1iel S. Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Rhodes, Eatonville, recently was graduated from the seaman course at the Army's Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Va. Rhodes was trained to operate and m,aintain terminal and water transp01·tation equipment. He is a 1953 graduate of Gloversville (N.W.) high school

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<:>f Boy Scout Troop . 84 pitched tents atQampHab9bas tm Hood's Canal Sunday for,~]1oon •for a ~w:e~ . of living ''und",r ·the •stars" ne:d; to nature: Dads that -Went 'wer.e Jam.cs Woolridge, Howell Snowden and Charles Spragg; the . :boys •.. were Mike Gural, Dean Huber, Gene Huber, Wayne Miller, Jimmy Reynolds, Dale Seaburg,· Ronald Snowden, Donald Snowden, Dennis Spain, William Severson, Dennis Spragg, Roger Spragg, Vern. Wood, Jimmy Wooldridge, Verne Harris, Tommy Shftltz, Robert Lockridge, Bill Each Hammer and Gary Sunich. Other parents drove up during the week to visit the .boys.

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CORRECTION-After last week's Times Journal was oft the press,' it was. discovered that the engravers had reversed their negative, producing an engraving that >Vas •all backwards. Since the lish ing of the Firemen was cori'espondingly sct·ambled, a new cut was ordered and is herewiih presented. Se1·ving as Commissioners and Volunteer Firemen in Pierce County Fire District No. 7 (the Spanawa~­ Elk Piain district) are the men shown above, left to right, back row: Marv Hanson, Emerson Tar11enning, George Schnelle, Ge~ry Whitwell, Jim Gray, Maury Farmer, :curt Parsons (assistant chief), John Farren (chief), Merle Handy, Harold Hillman, Carl_ Sartain, Stan White; front rnw: Harry Thomas, Chuck Mathis, Dave Yoder, Ben Kuper, Morgan V/ebh, Jim Surtalh, Ken Kuper, Ray Ha.·tung and Bill Righetti. Other members, unable to be present, are: Ray Fi'erichs;' Carlyle Jurgens, Robert Rhone, Bill Walin, Annon May, Bill Domser, Jim Anderson, Jim Clark, Paul Darling, Adrian East, Ferd Kanton (assistant chief), Jack Rankin, Henry Schmidt, Norman Seaman, Art;Thicl and Danell Dugan. Photo by McKewen

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An informal party was given Friday evening, July 12, for Henry Schmidt Jr. at his home, friends and relatives dropping. in to congratulate him on his appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, M;1rylancl. He was notified of his appointment .July 10 by telegram. Hgnry rcpCl'tcd at the Academy Monday morning, Jul. 15. Thanks! The Elk Plain Fire Department sponsored Little League players would like to thank the many people 'in the community who made their bake sale at the Big Bear a fine success. Thanks also to the Big Bear for the store spac~ used, .. ··; . Come out tonigHt and see tile new suits the Fire Department friends and parents bought for the team. Tonight's game is with the Spanaway Havilands. Bad Spill DHnny Jupiter, son of !\fr. and Mrs. Joe Jupiter, broke his collar bone in a fall from his bicycle and will be confined to his home for some time. Send him a card, boys, to cheer him up. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Ken Olive are the proud parent5 of a daughter born Saturday, July 13. Repm·trn·-Mrs. Ted Otterstad, LE 7-7658. A man with a wonderful vocabulary is one who can describe a shapely girl without using hi.s hands.-Wall Street Journal.

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D. ick Deeter; 2nd _vice. presiden.t, Gus Tyler; secretary, Stan Standii) ifer; treasurer, Bob Heynolds; di' . . rectors, Bob Vaughan and.Spe~-- ~;;i;~.Y ,.S,c~m1dt Jr. is one o' Nevan. TI! ou'tsTandmg high school sen New Auxiliary officers are: i?rs of the state receiving colleg' President, Mrs; Ron Peters; vice scholarships under a grant b· president, Mrs. John Gidley; state the Alco~ ~oundation. Henry'' director, Mrs. Leonard Knecht; scholarship 1s for $200. secretary, Mrs. Gus Tyler; treasThe _13 state-wide selections urer, Mrs. Roger Lincoln; histor- were ~ade by a University of ian and parlimentarian, Mrs. Don V/ashington faculty committee Taylor; icersonnel, Mrs. Robert on the basis o,I' scholarship 0 leadVaughan. ership, general merit and finanAll 1·etiring officers received cial need. The winners represent gifts in appreciation for their every area of the. state. All stufine service in the past year. dents selected have better than Following the dinner and in- a "B-plus" grade average, and stallation, members and their many made almost straight "A" guests enjoyed dancing for the in their high school work. remainder of the evening. Henry Schmidt Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Correct . Rt. 1, Box 266, Spanaway. His A woman seems to thmk the high school activities included only way to reform a man is to Varsity basketball, Student Countie him up in nits.-Wall Street cil; Hi-Y. club, Bausch and Lomb Journal. Award. He expects to mirjor in aeronautical engineering. The Alcoa Foundation was cr~­ ated by funds given by the Aluminum <Jompany of America, which operates Washington plants at Vancouver and Wenatchee. ·

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At the ii.Jee:ting of the Hnrts Lake Grnngc July 13, a rcsolutiu!l was adopted. ·\vhich urges the continued use of the Mouhtain Vie'v Sa:.1atarium for TB patients. The G:::a:nge draped the char:er for E. vV'. Carver. who was a charter n1e1nber oI Harts Lake GJ:ang·2 and its first rnaster 25 LEnox 7-0223 yez~rs ago. J\IIrs. J.;lae Toble give a partial report of the recent State Grange Annual Session hold at Whit·worth college, Spokane. A letter was received from Thor Tollefson stating that he was working for the Naches Tun'lel from the Federal angle. The Naches Tunnel Route would· save -nany miles in aut~mobile travel '!;~tween Eastern and \¥estern Washington. It would be an all,vear-round route. Harts Lake Grange is again .iponsoring the - anriUul Pioneer .md Community picnic. Potluck dinner will be Saturday, August '.7, 1:30 p.m., at the Harts Lake Resort. Judith M. Thompson, Publicity

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. The first majm' step in the_ construction of the new building of t}'e Spanaway Recreation center in Spnnnway park was noted Tue:;day, July 16 when a load of heavy beam timbers and 8" well casing was delivered to the site by Emerson Tarpenning, who donated his time and big semitruck to transport the material. Drilling the well and pouring the concrete slab on which the building will stand will follow. shortly. Plans for .the quick completion of the structure have, been made and members of the Spanaway Recreation Committee, of which Johli l'l'e'Well is chairman, are,,--beginning_- to rBcruit -,vor1r:ers; for. _the pi:ojed. Anyone interested ·in helping on ·any way is invited to call LE 7-7425 and leave hls name. As this improvement is important to everyone in Pierce county, all are invited to participate in the project. The bulkhead in the Metropolitan swimming area has been completed by the Recreation Committee with the exception of the sand covering and is well used by the smaller cnildren who can now sit in safety while dangling their feet !!II. the water. In addition to offering comfort and safety to the small fry, the bulkhead also prevents erosion of the bank at this point.

Local Pair Open Fruit Stand Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, who have been in the fruit business for 21 years and overating a fruit stand in Tacoma in season for approximately 12 years, last week opened their Yakima Ripe & Ready Fruit stand at 96th and Pacific avenue, next to the Anderson Lumbe1· Co. "II} order to bring our customers the choicest fruits at the lowest prices possible, we haul our O\Vil Iruit daily from the Yakima valley,'' Mr. Williams

Absolutely Science has finally shown the way to make e1i.ormous 'bricks_, bricks twe11ty feet 1011g and fh·e feet wide and as thick. A11d cne advantage of them is they .are prnctically nori-throwable. _::;_The

Hunter Safety Course Due al Spanaway Aug. 1 A Hunter Safety course will be available for all boys and girls, beginning August 1 at the Spanaway elementary school. Classes will be held in the school from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., four hom·s of training being required to co!np!ete the course. -Begbning Jan. 1, 1958, hunting licenses will not be issued to anyone under 18 years of age u11less the applicant can show .a certificate that the hunting safety course has been completed. Last ye.ar it was said that five boys only eight years of age were given hunting licenses. The Hunter Safot.y course at Spana way is part of the program of the community recreation pro~ect, of which cTolm Newell is chairman. Art Hallengrcn heads the Safety course. In preparation for the course five members of the recreation committee - John Newell, Art Hallerigren, Annon May, Jimmy Fitz and Byron Parker-have been. traveling to Point Defance park. for a r.igorous training coui·se to qualify as insfructors and are now competent to take °'("'' the local prnj. ect. Anyone mat.ion should at LE

The Midland 4-H Cloverbuds are going to be washing cars, Saturday, July_ 27, at the Christensen Shell Service Station on ggfo . d p tl d T' .• .ll '1-'!1 or an. avenue. rley ""'. be on the Job from 9:00 until 5:00. This will be a good chance to have your car washed and at the same time help the girls build up t.heir ca'.""p fund. At their Inst meeting, held at the home or Georgia Gemmell aild their leader, Mrs. Frank Baskett, the girls cnjnycrl a \Vonderiul evening of swimming in the Baslrntt's brand new swimming pool.. Kathi.a Jones served ~11.e refreshments. Tl1m;e present ~'.-_i-cre Janet--,,,Bo1nbardi~rj ,, _JB,ne -'==+-"~c..;.,=.c. Lawler, Nadine Olsen, Sally Hanson, Kathie Jones, and Georgia and her mother . The Parkland Grandmothers Bake Sale club vvill 111eet_ Thr!.rsd;:iy, July 18, The Altar'Society o!' St. John at 1:00 p.ri1. at th0 ho1ne of Mi·s. of the Woods parish are having .Jennette Ell,,ingson, 306 1;{3 South a ho1nc b2k8 sa]c Sunday, July 119th St. ' 21, after both Masses. All the ladies are askod to cooperate and donate their favo.rite baked foods for the sale. Parish members are also starting prclin1 in..;. a~y \\rork on thei1-- f:...nnuaI Su111mer Festival to be held the fourth week of August. A special reason for making this a .huge success is raising funds for the new parish hall of which construction is being started this week. Birthday Event ~ ~\l.s St- \;.o<JS l\.oU."· A get-to-gethcr honoring the \.\i • '!<>~ birthday of nfrs. George Rcdl'ick Jr., wns held at the Walter Corrigan home Sunday July :i.1. Those helping celebrate were I\1r. and IV'.l.rs. George Rod:dck Jr., and thciJ· dght children, George, Donnie, Barbie, Roy, GG.Yy, l'-l'ancy, Peggy and Chuckie; Mrs. Bertha Schumock and son .John from Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corrigan and daughter Marlene. They also visited Pat Corrigan at Buckley who has just recovered f:co1n a siege of bronchitis THE BEST and sore throat, after spending SUMMER several days at the school hosWEATHER· pital. IS STILL Reporter - ' Marlene Corrigan, TO COME LE 7-8545.

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7, Box 257, Taco1na, is hom.e BecauE::e of ruc 8 nt bad weather, f1~0:::-n AmariJk\ Texas, Ah~ Force the pro[fra1n planned by t.be Bo.se to spend his 15···day fur- Parkland Junior Cha1nber of Cor111nei~Ce in conjunction v,rith lcugh ·with his pnrcntr;. the award of a beautiful boat, A gra[li.1s.t'3 of Fl·nnklin Pierce motor and trailer, had to be post'high school in 1955. Jimrrlic en- poned. The •new date set is this listed in the Air Fmce last Jan. ('I"hursday) evening; the place, the Parkland Community playground, 138th and South J Sfs. Commencing· at 6:30 o'clock, the JC' s will. stage races .. and ct.her sporting events for. the children. The boa.t and gear will be awarded at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited to attend and join ii} the fun. The award of th~ boat is part of a development pi:oject by which the JC's expect to provide suitable housing for the Parkland public library.

Trinity Plans Summer Fete ' 16 and has been in Texas for basic training. Jimmie has delighted Parkland Round-up spectators for several years with his skilled rope tricks and has also been active in the Parkland Junior Riding Club events. Just to prove the durability of, the Robinsons in general, Jimmie's mother met him at the Seattle-;raccma airport with her foot m a cast as the result of injuries suffered in a bad fall at her homn. Nothing like a few brqken bones can ground a Robinon!

Trinity Lutheran church will hold the annual Mid-Summer Festival Tuesday, July 23, promising a most enjoyable event which is open to the general public. A potluck dinner will be l;teld at 6:30 p. m. oh the patio of Fellowship room, the program to follow. In case of bad weather, both will be in the Felowship room. Jl,frs. Burt Raymond, chairman for _the progr~m, has arranged r:ousical groupmgs representing ~ne .pas:'.-. th<; prese;it al}d. the ~uture, '"'~ mtcrestmg costummg carrymg out the three themes.

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Air c1:ews will go througq tqe n1otions of flyi11g a plan·c five duys <>t a stl'etqh in experiments to find the limit of human endurnnee under flight conditions. Expcrimcnh; arc scheduicd to hcgin in August at the Marietta, :'il:ui~.: of n'.P. T,.-;n1·~-'.--n~1 /\_."r-

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·_ .ft Corp., in ;:i.n c~ff0rt . to crnck !/[rs Ione J~,I1nson, Rodg:::r "Ihat Lockheed scientists call the LunJc.~ Auxiliary s-.:crctLtry,· \\"as human barrier. installed as 13th DiDtrict l?resi' dent at a very iJ;Upressive ·core~ mony. Mrs. Kathy Anderlc and Mrs. Ione Johnson will be delegates to National, which will be held in Miami, Fla., in August. The nex'j; meeting of Rodger Lunde Post and Auxiliary will be a games night July 22 at 8:00 p. m .. at .. Sunshine hall. The pi~blic i~ invitc<l. F~r furlher n orn1:11.'on, en!! Mrs, A. Unkrur, -n~;e flights in nuc1.earwpcvi1err~d -,n:;s. Lockher.'d s::dcl. The nT::n taking part in the ests nt the Go-Cirgiu plant v.rill bC confined for 120 hour periods in a mock-up flight compartment 7 ·by 17 feet. Ten crews will take pai-t. Experiments arc expected Vacationing to be con.eluded early next year. Mrs. John Randles, Sandy Randles and Roberta Barker, Headquarters. with friends, spent a happy vacaColonel Stintzi hold the fol- tion in California where they lowing decorations: Air Medal visited Disneyland, Knott's Berry with one oo.k JCaf cluster, Purple Farm, the Redwoods and other Heart, Bronze Service Medal, points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Nelson and daughters visit-. ·rl relatives at Oakland, Calif. Lindy and Leo G'1mmons nre ·isiting their ernndparcnts, Mr. md Mrs. Leroy Gammon on Canyon road. They are the children of Col. and Mrs. William J. Gammon, stationed at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., The Dalby family took two trips. First we went down to Port Orf9rd, Ol'e., on Highway 99, then' east to fish the Saniain dvel' where we got ruined out. 'Ne cume home. Then, the .next veck, ·'Y'" tock the Olympic Loop Tip, visiting Noah Bny and West1ort where Pflt went out on a "barter boat and caught some :ish. We traveled 1872 miles and h.ad a grand ti)lle.

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Building P.ermits have been issued by Keith F. J9nes, County Engineer, Buil<lh+g Department, to the following: Ima H. Zuinlivan., $575 frame garage, Rt. 7, Box· ::\52, Tacoma; John Clark, $2000 addn. to commercial garage, 16521 Pacific Ave. John Clark, $300 remodel to apartments, 16322 Pacific Ave.; Ermin G. Pospisil, $1500 frame home, Rt. 4, ,Box 457, Puyallup; Ernest Siglei, $6000 addn. to comm. bldg., 11809 E. Taylor. Sidney F .Lewis, $()000 Move home to prop., Rt. 7, Box 238A, Tacoma; George D. Barclay, $10,500 frame home, 1Q~03 Barnes Lane; C. 8. Bullion, $500 carport, Rt. 7, Box 241, Tacoma; Carrol C. Sorensen, $1000 addn. to home, 756 So. 118th; Vict9r Dawson, $300 frame garage, Rt. 5, Box 692, Puyallup; Dennis E. Tuttle, $3000 addn. to home, 12102 E. F Street.

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place any persons interested in said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 1st day of July.,, 1957. H.OBT. L. DYKEMAN Clerk of said Court By Roy Goelzer Deputy. Published in t.lw Times-Journal ,July 4, 11, 18, 1957. KENDALL HALVORSEN Attorney 217 Garfield St. Parklllnd, Washington In the Superior Court oHhe State of. Washington for the County of ·Pierce.

Composition Shingle Roof ~ FOJ:i: SALE. -:- ~JI-metal 4':X7'. STATIQ~WAGON··-OWNERS 1 ..,w1th. Flooring utihty .. .b.o,;r. NOW you can. puy a Cu.sto.m built ~ e Choice of Sidfogs •::e 3-Piccc Bath ~ good . t 1: es. ~nd 19~ 7 . hcense •Kar-Rae you can ~e proud to 5 No. 62680 ~ e·.Separn.·.t·e.. Dining Area -. 52-Gallon Hot Water ~ plates, S7 , call after 6.00 p.m. put on your Stat10n. Wagon. ANNO.N W. MAY ~ e Kifche_n_ -~ahinets Heater ~ ·.LE 7- 6927 · -· _ .,___ l 2P45 ·~.• eautifully.varnis~?d, gives thi;t "Attorney 1 NOTICE OF HEARING ~~ . . . • ~ FOR SALE__. 39.Plymouth sed. town & country look PosiPOJN Bank B.clg. FINAL REPORT AND Prompt Service Owner does all pamtmg, tapm.• g. and £1001· sandmg. We f.astT.aco.ma, Wash. LE 7-8591 PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION • ·• • ..i ,. • ~~ ra d"io &r h eater· runs oo d · 50.,• tive ·· clip and turn-buckle · fm·msh all ma.termls a·n. d eqmpmen •. \iVe bmld on LE ' S gh ening secure. y. o.ur Kai.·-Rac •ntheSuperio.rCourtofth.eState In the Matter of the Estate of ~ ·• '-l "t "<h" 1~ ·1 -" f Tacoma. """''.;:\ 7-7157' 1414 out 1 otc4 · ·· · • of Washington foi· the County ~ su1<ao e s1 e "'.l' m a o-nn e rawus o ~.~~ Easily handled by one pc.rson BEST BUYS "TILDA 0 ELLINGSON, 5 12 GR ~ ~ Save $40.00 per Rae. Orch;1rd of Pierce. Deceased. New Lumber and Used ~ ~ • • Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & No. 589'1'4 NOTICE IS HEH.EBY GIVEN Building Supplies SEPTIC TANKS & WATER ~ §;~ T.h~s IS Your Pacific Ave. So., Phone LE NOTICE OF HEARING that JOHN ELLINGSON, ExecuLlNES £NSTALLED . Rile.) ~ §,~ t e a 7-5194, . 15p48 FINAL REPORT AND tor of the estate of TILDA 0. ~F?r &~ ~ ne~ff(\'JI e. ;;!lawesman ' ill' ··-· PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or ELLINGSON, deceased, has filed LE 7-3204. 3ctf PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All In the of the Estate of in the office of the Clerk of Court makes of furnaces for sale; his Final Repmt and Petition for • . ~~~ St d t D J $19 9~. 4 D MABEL 1. oHEPPARD AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; specializing in Williams OIL '0' ~ ~ • ~ u en . es<, ~. o, -- rawer Deceased. Distribution, asking the Court to give your lawn a treat; JU 8- MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water ·.·... . .· ~ Chest, $12.95; 5-DrawGr Chest, , N 0 .. ~~ reou HEI'~B" GIV-EN 11 :"'<·, :'1, ~ • • • TTLtl!.. ;\_..t: l. settle said report, distribute the 2111. 3ctf Installations, Service; reason1,.,6th "nd Pacific Ave · LE 7-8669 .µl 5 .95 ; Nice!:\'. sanded; fmish l · F;R 'NCIS T SHEPPARD property to the persons thereto. .;:;, "' · • ~ thes~ for penmes to match your t mt . ; . ,'.': . · ' ~ able; 755 South 108th, LE 7- ~ furmture PARKWA.Y FURNI- Admm.st,ator of the ~"tate o" entitled and to discharge said 4045. · 3ctf ~Ub7H:U//HM"#::Eh'~C~~~~-~·,7-q,:;.Y;,;:; ·'~""'#L,.;oh(//~~ Executor. nnd that said report ~~H/~H~~&•• dm%.i~z~1~J~~~ TURE, i41st • & Pacific Ave., ~ABEL T: SHEPPARD has filc;d ?i ----- -. • _,·. ., Open Till 9:00; LE 7-3941. m the office of th0 Clerk of sm_d and petition ~ril1 be heard on the .SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny WA1:1TED . Sal:sguls Whh ex15 c45 Court his Fmal Report and P<Cti- 2nd day ol August, 1957, at 9:30 Bank Hall, 1012 Sout1'! llOth, Lenox per1ence in variety or depart-·----~· tion for Distribution, asking the A,M., at the court room of the 1-0856. 3ctf Run ment store. Apply 10:00 till 12 BRIDE & GROOM RPECIAL Court to settle said report, cl.is- Probate Denart.ment of said Grave~ l noon • except Saturday: . ShopSxlO tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 tribute the property to the per- Ccourt, at wl;ich time and place ROTOVATING & TRACTOR t Ette No. 2, 133rd & Pacific ;!'v;~ So. Park Ave .. Family Portrai1 sons thereto entitled and to ~is- any pers')n interested in said WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma Wate1r ;JCLJ.J Studios. 15ctf charge said FRf-d.'TCIS T. SI-I~P- GStJ.te n1ay appear and file ob .. Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 Lines on 0W0rS , PARD Hnd that said report and jections thereto and contest the · 3ctf 63H .. Septic FOR SALE - Modern sofa; 9-ft. petition will be hE1».rd on the 30th same. New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks b i:efrigerator; 14!h cu. ft. freeze~-, day of July, 1957 at 10:00 A.M.', Dated ch!s 8th day cf July, Tanks Used Cars & Tn,_cks RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· R:C:WARD for il1fonnation lead- ' hke new; coffee table; electric at tha coui~t room of the PTobate 1957. Con1e to Top Soil ~i Free Estimates stmction. Puyal.lup sandy loam ing to tho reccvery of 1naroon iron! 6x8 camping- tent;. baby Department of said Court, at Date of first publication: July Guaranteed ·Satisfaction top soil: ne\.v lr.nvns: nothing iH.ie1.foced Pl"icel'J furmture; LE 1-0568. 15c45 which time and place any per- 11, 1957. Schv .. ,inn "tigern bicycle taken Emergency Service down, 30 months to pay. LE 7s·mgl e R o11away ·sons interested in said estate may ROBT. L. DYKEMAN F-0·-·R·. SALE .,.. . d fl . b. . h Frank Rearden 3127. 3ctl from Dawson playfielcl Monday; Clerk of said Court bed and mattress. Like new. LE appear art i e o iections t ereLE 7-7184. . 6p45 PEARL ELECTRIC For The Best Deal 7 5750 ~ 45 to and contest the same. By Ray Goelzer ·--------·- I 1 LE 7.. 5753 LE 7-3563 · nc Dated this 1st day of July, Opposite Postoffice Deputy AUTO GLASS, Seat covern; up. PUYALLUP. WASH PARKLAND FURNITURE -New 1%~ holstery & convertible tops in· • Wanted To Buy 8 K!':NDALL 0, HALVORSEN PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments ill \i'OUNDA TIONS, additions, re. stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 ROBT. L. DYKEMAN Attorney for the Estate BR 2-0734 and used miscellaneous; Airport CASH PRICES paid for your own home; day or night; , modeling. Free estimates. FinClerk of said Court TH 5-13$~ TH 5-1766 ·& Pacific Ave. Residence' phone p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS HIGHEST 217 Garfielcl Street smelter pole and log timber. LE 7-7254. 3ctf ancing, no down payment. . By Roy Goelzer LE 7-3748. 15ctf & UPHOLS'l'ERY.SHOP, 816 So. P. 0. Box 2456 P<;trkland, Call cvonings. LE 7-5972. 8ctf ---------.-·Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf Tacoma Ave. ~ilA 7 -2200. Deputy ilctf Tacoma 44, Washington. 13--Farm Column DON''.I' encourage dishonesty; Published in the. Times-Journal LOCKER !BEEF, wholesale plus locks keyed, combinations KITgHEN , CABINETS, corner Published in the Times-Journal CASH for livestock of all kinds. ci.1tting and wrapping, also re- July 4, 11, 18, 1957. changed; Parkland Cycle & shelvr. bOok cases: birch, fir July 11, 18, 25, 1957. Also wanted live cattle for mink HAY BALING tail counter. Avenue Meats, LAWN MOWERS Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7- or knotty pine; built to your ----feed. WA 2-6797. ELMEH. MACK 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox ANNON W. MAY 5772. 3ctf speci!fications; get the best for Cutting . and Raking FOR SALE Wild blackberries, Serviced! and Stored IN; MA 7-3565. 8ctf 7-3570. · 15ctf Attorney For dependable work call less--!!ll(Y prices are the lowest. $3.50 gallon; wild black caps, Power Mowers A Specialty PSN Bank Bldg. HAY CUTTING Farm-All HOOVER'S CABI:NET SHOP, $2.00 a gallon; taking orders; LEnox 7-8373 Free"" Pick"UP & Delivery TAP DANCL"°G LESSONS. Be. Tacoma, '\Nash. tractor; fin;t hour $5; $4 there· LE 7-5514. • Real Estate 3ctf Puyallup TH 5-5934. 15c45 ginniJ'!g and advanced. Call Jim PARKLAND In the Superior Court of the State after; -LE 7-4815 or LE 7-7484. JACK RANDLES Nylanc!er, LE 7-0574'. 15ctf of '\¥ashington for the County FOR SALE 4 lots at Spanaway; 3ctf South End Auto Wreckers _____________ ___ ----------CYCLE KEY Fredrickson CALL FOR BIDS 1 of Pierce. EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant USED PARTS 1.lOn Pacific. Ave. LE 7-577~ 1 block from postoffice, 2 blrni rn BIDS are being accGpted for the No. 606!l2 • from school; LE 7··8213. · 9c45 ~ Hot Water Heating wagon wheels for sale. two positions of bus driver and Motors • Transmis~ions Work Wanted 14 boats; NOTICE OF HEARING Residential and Don't carry it--drive right into janitor by the Lacamas School Tires - Batteries EDGE\VOOD In:L.ALTY, ReH1tors 8 Help Wanted 5 FINAL REPORT AND our complete out-board motor District No. 324. All bids must Remodel Work WeBuy Junk Cars 6507 North Meridian, Puyallup. PmV ATE DRIVER training lesPETITION FOR DISTRmUJ.'ION repair service shop. MAJOR be suhmht.ed by August 1, 195'.7, \Vi\. 2-7324 ... '\TVA. 2·-8196 sons; call LE 7 ,4495 any. time. Also Custom We1ding ATTENTION. .. LADIES - If.. ycu CCR.NELL OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 751'i In the Matter of the Esti\te of ,to l\frs. Alberta Kizer; clerk, Rt. WA 2:7509 Puy. TH 5 .. 4322 14ctf by Joe's Welding ERNEST E. SHEPPARD have a phone and arc intGfost.Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf PLUMBING & HEA'IING 1, Box 99, Roy, Washington: 1 Deceased. 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy, ed in earning $5 to $9 per day GRanite 7293 SO. BELL - $13,950 LOUISE'S DRESSMAKING-Neat TORRO 18-ln. gasoline lawnNOTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN Spanaway LE 7-6534 direct from your ov~.rn home, Rear Rank Rudy was browsing write to l\frs. Alice James, 803 BUIL'l' in 1956. 'rri-level, 3 bed- prompt service-ironing, mend- mower. 1 year old, $75. LE 7- that' FRANC':S T. SHEPPARD SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED roorns, double plu1nb:ing, 2 fi.r,3.,. ing; rcasonnb1e prices; Spe~ialty SEPTIC TANK PUMPING Re7229, after six. 15ctf Executor of the estate of ERNEST through the IVIuseum of Naturitl East Main St., Puyallup. 5c45 Contents hauled away. Don p1C4ces, one in den, .hnrd\.vood children's wear. VI 7-7311. 14c43 E. SHEPPARD has filed in the History in New York one day Redford, 8232 Bo. Fawcett, GR place and repair work. 3 years SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES- office of the Clel'k of said Court flo~rs througl1out~ birch cabin"' 2-7334. If no answct· call GR to pay; JU 8-8734 • GR 4-5945. Ma11t or Woman Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann his Final Report and Petition for "\vhen he stopped wide-eyed m e.ts in 1-dt.::hen i.vith nook snace, \?"ILL. D'.J HOUSEWORK; ';'-!so ; 3ctf 2-9222. 3ctf O\VN YOUR OWN B'akery · 15ct1 Distribution~_ afiking the Court to the Egyptian Room staring at the rnahc•gany \vood·IA"Drk, la1·gc- util- n'on111g 1T1 your hon1e or mine; B.LENDED TOP SOIL; peat; bar11settle ·said reoort, distribute the mumn1ies. BUSINESS ity roo;:n fo1~ auto vvo.sher a!1d $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE BRICK WORK "- Hi;mse level"Holy smokes," yelped Rudy. 14ctf BABY FURNITURE. new and property to the peTscns thereto dr;'.l81."', attached gn.1·age, General 7-'5398 or LE 7-7•123. ing and foundations, retaining yard compost; sand; free esti· used. ror sale or rent: A new Hem. First time offer3ctf entitled and to discharge said "Now they're dehydrating woElectric h:rn;:tce. HousB fully h1r walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- mates, ·JU 8-2111. FRY EXCHANGF ed, _ Start ,in si:;.are tin1e~ H FRANCIS T. SHEPPARD and that men!" sulaC.cd. FHA ten;1s. Call Ralph place and stone work. LE 7. ~cei!aneou! 15 s:;vrALL 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. &'ltis!ied, then work full. time. said report and petition will be Decker,-GR 4-95T9. 4291. 3ctf FOUNDATIONS-New additions; 15et1 free estimates, financing; work heard on the 30th day of July, Refilling and collecting moMy T1\COMA UPHOLSTERY SOUTH TACOMA guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf 1957 10:00 A.M., at. the court Drive from bulk machines in this $500 DOWN. 2 bedrooms, living Special on reupholstering dav BARGAIN while it lasts; fireplace room of the P.robate Denartment F F ELECTRIC ·are~. To qualify you rrmst have enport, chair, as low as $129. alder, semi-dry, $'12.50 a cordroom, large kitchen wired 220, l'Iome & C!.nmmercial '\Ml.ring a car, reference, $360 cash to haul; V1 7-7649. 15c45 of said Court! at which time and Lots of built-ins, breakfast nook, Davenos $49.00: Roeker. $29. :rou -------Ral~ge, Diyeit &'Water Heater secure territory and inventory. Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7• 3-picce bath, 3 lots, garage, nlce Repair (Deposit •secured by written 15ctf ROOMS WANTED·~ .Parkland garden and fruit. Call Ralph 0327. ---··---·area fo1· Coller.re rnen. Call LE contract.) Devoting 4 hours a Decker, GR 5-9579. t11 JETS BATON TWIRLING classes, b<:i- 7-8611. Ext. 14, Pacific Lutherweek to business your end on Free. Estimafes ID SUBMERSIBLE(; rrinners and advanced, by Fran!< an CoHnge between 8:00 a.m. EQUITY $750.00 percentages of collections Llcensed & Bonded 8 CENTRIFUGALS Schreck of Lewisburg, Pa., now 'and 4;30 p.m. D 15c45 should net apprmdmately $175 4 BEDROOMS, entry h2.ll, living LE 7-0433 ' WA 2-5057 ii TURBINES monthly with very good posroom, dining roo1n, kitchen, in Tacoma area; if interested sibilitv of takh11'( over full ..... _.II I I" "'11 '"""""'I breakf!.'l_td:: n0ok; VJi:rPrl 2?.0; ~­ caI! MA 7-5559 Thursday or Sat- WANT TO RENT-3-bcdroom or ZA:t'-!!)Y 'LC~1: ttp SGil, S 0 j"Ii~d$ val! LC I •I ..t;O ! l5ctf 2-bedroom home in Parkiantl time. ·Income increasing acHARDWARE piece bath, plastered interior. urday. $12; Buck, JtJ' 8-3189. 3ctf with option to buy. LE 7-4420. i::o1'dh1gly. If 21.pplic'ant can S1uall gr'ee1ilio'use, 2 lots, se-v;rer-1 SUPPLIES . . 15p45 Tacoma Pump 'lualify !lnancial ~sistanca HAffi CDT $1.CiO. Sunday thru sidewalk's .. Pric~ $5,950.00. 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coui1iy .4' W.a.shm$fo;r;i !llJJ,l C),rl'· gon. 'l'h!S llCQordi;ng tp the receti..t cQoperntive Tim):>d Resoufce Re: vi~_,~: ·$i1:1dY tc1eased -b~1 - ,th~ TJ.S. Forest Set\"ic.c. 4.426 -O\:;,.i:n:er.$ :it? the tmmber qf ownerships in Pierce County nnd covering 199,000 acres. .;!'his figrn·c of '1,-'126 represents perso.ns \Vh,o own from 10 J.!p to '1,99.9 ncrcs. 4058 owners ·(ll'e in the 10 to 99 acre _class. Per$o:r1S ·O\Ynl:rig Jes~; t.hon 10 acres of-forest lrind i,veH: not co"(1_n'ted in the

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private holdings oJ fos11 they are ripe is cop:unon proctice tim.be:r,-.o;r n.ny other aspect c!f. f,ltate g()ll(;ge,,soU testing service, te§S P ~ til:P1'e~~At fSfe~ce '11,'.'>!?.' ~!~pg .~~i;iel)..~~ JC>~.& ~,g)). te$t cp~W ~ t).i,e ~t;i.t~ .ci:inte~t ·~t :/()\! fi'!t.a ;olJ.~ ·\W.£\a~ ::f<ltliliz~r t1nd Yf1.kima tb:i~ i,Ye,ar tite: lU:O.c);ietitl 1 ®~v m),j,cl;\ J'!3riii,JJ.ri:~r ~!l l~tj\e you ~.tu,dy ·¢Jar,k flhd .· ~i:i,t;t,\~e free,J;l ~.9 ta i:i ~~eJtl/! · . S;11;;¢.e;r of G)g. ~-PP:i-; 'J;\ifm,$t · l:nter§l;iting information from Paulirte t.und tind Janice B!l.glria_n~ })etter _ s_t0c1dng· , follo\~'"hi_g 0£ ~Y¢lodlarid O\vn~rs. by reading a pamphlet, by Pierce County Agricultural Cen- sld of Riverside. .9utting.'J :T~1e_~_c___ -~!1d- _o~hci,: ·f?-cts Th7 ·. practi?~.l -.S-~.~l~ ..for~st . 9.:v~·.n.~ !coking at a 20-r1inute mo-;ie, !;)r su~: N1.1mber of 'beef cattle .in . Other. teams that particip!ltcd g<J.i'n,ered ~li?~ .·.t];\e U. ~. Ji'.o;r~t'F er t.a;l<pp a cdUc!l). loo).i: ~ip;re by nttemntl.tig to u,se soi:nfa' rtile· I;i;~·Qe (1ap,nty .ro~'!l •. from. .1,809 an;:l b"'(l high pll\ci,ngs Ln lli:r.i;cl;i,7 $.e1.v~ce flu)lSsiltlei:i, '-'Sp:i,a)J)i):it~ }ie c.ut%, v.rhv;t :b.el".ds 't,o b? Ao/iii pi·mu;t;J;lb felidde, So dp;Q.'t ;IJ.n.®l"' 1.ie~il. ·~ti. :1~.40 ~? ;;12,?))6 ~~!'-.~ in eoi;i,s wer~e\l;l'l!l;4"1 Grumell •.iW!i e§f ~ap.do.~\i1w$J#pll 'J:lti;!~o:ti. <tlrd h,ow it sJi:ot\ld ;b? cut ip o~e,ri i·ate c;x· undr,rve.1ue the tepl~~\ca1 1~;)(). W'r¢i'i;i ~11tl@ .b;l)ll'~.· fp 1~4)) to l:hfiipe Olsop, d ~!1,i4lahP, 1 M,al:• Yhls'J:iinitto:ti," iriill1C;;1te Jh!J-t itµ· a. diff~Gl,llt . ,de.c\i?,iw.ti- . to ma;ke, i>kill ;requireP, tO do n.profita[Jle <5,062jn 19::..4; ii'f9#J. ;i,07;~ slipep garei !,9gan ab.Ii Le$He S!illl,s o~ provci;l rni\:rlag{;.ff:,e:ti.f; i,$ ,pee,(;ied 'op. ~ichcirtl: E:. M:,c.~xi.jle,. ()hi~f,. t:L s. fore~tp;v iC>P· 1t'$ 0,n~y to mflk" n ln 1950 f,p 1$67 ip. 19$;L. :E'rqm PinkJand and. I\o:C<inne itc.}i,ti~on smail forest Ptopert!eii: . · Forest Service, emphl'tsiz&l . this 1nistak·e font wiil ,ll,ut your long· 2451 ho.men and wiila~ i.n 1940 and Brlspilla F'edersen. of •Pa:r~­ land. Otherir W)ie Wet'e in. the Speaking of how rapidly small in his talk b~fo;-~ the 81st an- time foc;ome 'to a thh·d or a decrease,J. to 1196 .in ·1g54,· fo1~e-st o·v1hlers are r_e¢efv_i_i:lg "BS_~ nual· .mec'ting of . the American fou1·th of wh;i.t yc;m could have. Howard Young, a J,og produc- cD!ltest included d)nne1', Li~da sistm1ce the publicatiOn ind1cates Fo1:estry ASSociatJbn wheii he You are going to have time and er at Edgewood, :who hau some of Savage and Betty Derldand from thnt tephnicnJ ht>lp is 13lci;,v il,l sa,id: money tied tl.P Jn th.is enterprise. the Palol,lse bree,d of hogs recent- Riversid.e, luncheon tl)arp.3 1 reaching this group. I.t stgte~ tlwt ' It'1> .nt t,hfo p~ipt th.at you It's your time, your land and l:y developed bY Washington Mnrth\l Hoyey and MelpcJ,y Johp.al thr; · pre,$ent Tate of ,a$si~tance ;rfrpbablY will riie<>tl f!pme e:rwP:rt Y,91.tr money, Get ?Ome good out St!'\te (Jollege showeii :me sp.me- !PP.n fro:rri Pa:rl;land, Peggy Powel records .abo.ut the Palouse b.reed. ~.nd S1,19;i.n Je;ri$,;n fo;im Pa[hli;ipd, Small OW(l8l'ShiJJS i.t. Wiil .talrn r1dxice .. Each and e.vf)rY fore1,1t of it." yems to reach gill of them. * '' ''' Of .35. litt('ts .porn last spring Napcy. Gwy.pe .and Lavanne Rog· property is a law unto itself. You By Geo.me Purcell from gilts that were an average ness from Pa1)dand. "44 pe,r ,cent .of the oparatinJ; can le.am fr.om ' you~ peighbqrs Ottp Eriqkson of Buckley, a of 9. pigs , wea119d; 42 pound · · The- conte~t ,>,as close ·as ·all ··wash'~ sina11 owners 'in ·\Vestern ,-_-... - ,. - and !rain others, but you are not ;n".ton cut timb?r ·· f1·om stands goihrr fo get anywhe1·e until you PriJlPd Hereford brecdc.r.: ''I'm weanmg wmg·ht a.t .56 days; 200 tl'ams were blue ribbon winners about be,';; cattle bnsi- ~nund average weight 1>.t 154 ., th0 s">rin-c contest ?nd all had lc~s ,Jhan '60 \y::u.rs of ag_e." This ·apply that knowledg:c t9 a spec- Y·timistk f'r property-your own. Your n 4 ss2oastern Wachino;fon 'lrns dzys; 100 lbs. weight gain on blue ribbon scores in th 0 . final s~ shows that cutting trees. before situation may be entirely di'fer- more grain 'than we i;; w•,13t 0 rn ~19 lbs. foedl One Bour weir;hed all those in the contest can be ent from the forest next 'door. Washington but we have far .more 2(?.~.lbs. at 150 day,s 0 .£ age!.'That's proud of theii' periormance. The 4-H leaders who worked with the The steps I would take on my grass!" Otto .last year harvested quite a record. land probably me not the steps 100 bushels Pf'l' ;i.c,r& o~ oats .t.o * * * teamo are doing excellent. work By Flo:re11ce D. Alli"Jl nt,d ·are to be, congratulated.· t'd adyise you to take on youi·s. provide inpsL of, grain needs :k·~· OUR .NEW BUILDING 'J'hr; finnl 4-H .men! p1·0parn- -·- - - - - - · - ·--· There is. no simple, easy rule of his 52 he01d, of cattle; figtu·es hie thumb that can be applied every- has 8 .months pasture·· season; tion contest has just b.ccn com· .WhE)re. Designing a practical plan provides i,11 his. own silage and pleted at the Home Service Dt'· ~Enox 7·.. 5 1772 SAVE A LIFE .~f 'n\anagement fol' growing good hay needs. Likes Washington partment of City Light. 'I'hosc ;1

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Navy Flight Training .Flight training is now available in the Navy for high school graduates under the high school graduate training program, it was announ.ced today, by Ernest J. Barker, Chief recruiter, of the local Broadway Avenue office. Qualification standards are high and only th'ose men who meet all. requirements will be selected. Further information may be had by visiting the local recruit· ing office, 743 .Broadway, or by calling BRoadway 2-7844. Among. Tacoma Marines stationed at Camp Desert Rock, Nev., for the Atomic Energy Commission's atom tests are Pfc. John H. Ruehle, son of Mrs. Antho~y L.. Stella of 511 South 129th St., and Pvt. Donald E. Jones, son df Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones 0 £ 1134 East 90th St. 0

Anderson, Lyle O'Neal and the honor guest, Mrs. Sherman. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cleland who moved to 168th street in Spanaway from Frederickson, had as their guests for the week· end three grandchildren, Donna, Diane and Bobby O'Neal, from Puyallµp. Reporter LE 7-6466.

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IC Bantam Sol1th League W' L PC. Rich's Wolves ... . 7 0 1.000 Boys Club ....... . 4 0 1.000 Midland ......... . 4 2 .667 Tacoma Avenue ... 5 3 Burns Boys , ...• , 4 3 Boosters ........ . 3 1 McLaughlin ...... . 2'3 Cleaners ......... . 3 5 Pee Wee League W L PC. SEBC Connors ... . 1 4 Tommerviks . . . . . . 6 0 1.000 Moose No. 1 ..... . 1 6 THURSDAY, ,JULY 18, 1957 Midland Mites . . . . 6 0 1.000 Moose No. 2 ..... . 0 4 Results Midland Midgets . . 4 2 .661 Kellers . , .. , ... , , . 4 2 .667 Rich's Wolves 7, Tacoma Ave. Pochels . . . . . . . . . . 4 . 2 .667 6. Taylors ... , , . , . . . . 2 4 .571 Cleaners 8, Boosters 4. Grecos . , , , .. .,. . . • 2 4 .333 Rich's Wolves continue their . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4 .333 dominance of the Bantam South . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5 .167 League with a pair of victories . . . . . . . . . . . O 7 ;ODO last week. They won by forfeit Tommerviks 20. Grecos 3. over the Cleaners and edged the Midland Mites 8, Pochels O. Tacoma Avenue, 7-6. Midget Lea~ue Wing~' 12, .J'irates 11. A fivel'run fifth inning put the' Kape>wsin ..... : ....... . 2 Tommerviks and the Midland Vfalves onto a seemingly....-safe.... Mites stayed neck and neck in 7 -0 lead, what with Bill Hobert Span. FiremP.n ......... . 2 the Pee Wee League standings pitching shutout ball against Span. Merchants ....... . 2 wi_th easy victories last week. fourth place Tacoma Avenue. Elk Plain ............. . Wings edged the Pirates in the However, Bil ltired in the last Roy .................. . other game. of the fifth and gave. the AvenuB8nston Grange ............ -.41~,,,.2~ Tommerviks pounded Grecos, ers three runs·and .. wken:··he-l.oad-.. Kapowsin, Firemen an<l Merch:2.0 . . 3, getting 14 runs in the sec- e dthe bases in the last of the ants Vlon their opening gn.mcs in ond inning. Four o fthose second sixth without retiring a batter,· the second hnlf of play last week. . inning· runs came on Mike Ber- Manager Harry Rich brought Kapowsin, who was lJnbeaten tucci's grand slam homer. brothc1• Dan out -to the hill and in the first half, ran their conWillis fanned nine and allowed sent in Tommervik to han<l.le the secutive win streak to seven with Ohlv one hit before the curfew catching chores. ' a 13-1 win over Elk Plain and a halted play after four innings. Dan's first pitch was _hit for a 10-1 victory at Roy. Sith fanned seven in turning grand sla mtriple, leaving the ty- HOME FREE-Pictured immediately above is the winner's cil'c!e at Longacres. The horse is Better Be Nice, owned by Mr. and Mrs. 'l'he Spanaway Firemen runin a two-hit shutout for the ing run on third with no one out. Monie.-AndeI"Son of Parkland and trained by W. R. Cummii1gs, also BETHEL BOYS-Pictured above is the Bethel Senior Boys team which is currently playing in the ners-up in the first half, l\ept Tacoma Hobert was equal to the task, of Parkland. Better Be Nice won his second race of the season at Senior League. Their season record is 3--t and they have two games left to play. Pictured le(t Mites. He walked five, but kept pace by beating the Benston to right are: First row-Gary Justice, Don Leigh, Ron Mattila, Ferris Blq,ck,. John Siler, Rocky Crate. them well spaced and avoided however, and retired the next Longac1·es on July 4th. The tpp picture shows the finish. Second is Grangers, 10-q, and blanking Elk Second. Row-Coach John Ostrander, Ray Morriatt, Bayard Crate, John Phelan, Rex· Bell, Gary G•'egg, serious trouble. six men in order to save the vic- Active Lady andthird is Gave Away. Better Be Nice ran the six furlongs in 1:12.1. Donald Pierce was the jock. Plain, 12-0. Gary Hammer singled in Ricky tory for brother Bill. Mike Schmidt, Art Crate, sponsor. Missing are Miland Krwnpos and Mike Wharton. Resplendent ' Photo by McKcwcn Haines with the winning run as The Wolves have three games The Spanaway Merchants beat new uniforms, worn in the picture, were donted by local citizens. the 'Wings advanced a notch in remaining ofi their s,chedule. Roy, 6-1, and whitewashed Ben-· the standings with a 12~11- win Their chief opposition, the TaCooley. The short scores: ston l8-0, to siu~,r in contention over the last place Pirates. coma Boys Club, is filso unbeaten for second half honors. Elk Plain .. 000 001 0- 1 3 4 Kapowsin ......... ; 172 00-10 The Wings got seven runs in and the winner of that game will Ed :Vass pitched and batted th!O Kapowsin .. 002 407 0-'13 10 2 Roy ............... 010 00- 1 the first inning, bi.it the Pirates very likely be the Southern Div(called darkness). Eagles to their win over Elk Wickline and Lamka; Voss and pecked away at the lead until ision champion. Lassley and Gohr; Jones and Plain. Voss fanned 12, gave up Gohr. they Heel the score in the top of . 'The short s~orcs: The sixth week qf payground Central Avenue, South Park and only three hits and hit a home Benston ........ 000 030 0-' 3 Wedel. the seventh. Wolves •. · •.. 100 150 0-7 7 3 activities begins on July 22. The Collins, but hope to break into Firemen ........ 150 031.0-10 Firemen •.. 901 011 0-12 12 1 1'lU1. Greco . . . . . . . . . . . • 3 1 7 Tacoma Ave . . 000 033 0-6 5 3 half-way point of the summer the victory column against PortLeigh and Connelly; Lucas and Elk Plain .. 000 000 0- 0 5 5 Doug Wood of the 'Firemen Eastern Division Tonunerviks . . . . . . 20 10 5 B. Hobert, D. Hobert (6) and program has been reached, but land Avenue on Friday. Wood and McGinnis; Ogden, shut out Elk Plain with live hits McGinnis. W L PC. Flatness and Bennett; Willis D. Hobert, Tommervik (6); Nich- there arc still many exciting and CENTHAL A VENUE The and Danny Fisher of the Merch- Roy ......... 000 001.0-1 4 4 Widdine and Lmka. Spanaway ..... : . '. 6 1 .851 and Houk. ols and Kuntzman. interestinr; events yet to come. softball team went down to deMe;·chants ..... , ... , 202 716-18 ants also got a shutout over the Merchants .. , 002 112 0-6 9 2 Orting , . . . . . . . . . • 5 2 . 714 Pochels , ..... 000 000 0-0 2 3 Boosters . · ....... · .... 4 3 2 Scheduled for the coming week feat for the fiT"St time in four Grange rs. Jones and Wedel; Fisher and Benston .. , .. , .... 000 000- 0 Fisher and Cooley; Han~ock· Edgewood . . . . . . . • 4 3 .571 Midland Mites 100 331 0-8 2 1 Cleaners . · · · · · .. · ..... 8 7 1 are a penny hunt, jump rope starts, losing a 10-9 thriller at the South Prnirie_..... 4 3 .571 Shaw and Thomas; Smith and Batteries unavailable. tournament and an Indian Day hands of Portland Avenue. The and McConnelly. boys are looking fo1:ward to a Lacamas . . . . . . . . • 2 5 .286 Belcher. celebration. Puyallup . . . . . . . . . 7 Pirates .... 100 513 1-11 13 4 o;,, each. playground· a story- return engagement next week. A fetherball tournament is to Sunday's Schedule Wings ..... 720 020 1-12 11 2 p W L telling contest will be held. AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL WORK Orting at Spanaway _ Hart, Lumsden and Cashman, A t" ~e ee eague There will be three divisions: be held Friday at two o"clock. 13411 Pac, Ave., P.O. Box 244~ Par.kland 44, Wn. LE 7-7450 Lacamas vs Edgewood at West'- Beegle; Grig Griffiths, Archer W~lc,_ioneets · · · · · · · · · · · · 1 O junior, nine and under;· inter- ' COLLINS - Playground leader Twilight League · t e, 10 t o 1 .0. . ; and senior, · Lee Reeves wants to remind all ern stat e. an d N ess. Ell1 .cens Pl . . , .. ., ... , , . . . . . 1 0 me d 1a (Final first half) 1 ~ 13 to 16. The winners on each teen-agers who pick berries that Puyallup at South Prairie. H ' am ' · · · · · · · · ', · · · · So. End'Boys Club . 4 1 .800 1 Lath<: Work, Pre~s Work, Con-Rod-Gl'inding, Head Surfacing, Western Division " awrn ; · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ~ playground will enter the dist- thu playgrouml i;; open until Manitou . . . . . . . . . 3 2 .600 1 rict contest the following Weck Piston Grinding, Brake Drum Turning, Reboring, Main Line W L PC. R apows,n ..... '......... seven o'cJoek. Evening volley.600 West'End Outimist .. 3 2 Boring, Pin Fitting, Rod Aligning, Armatur_e Turning, Crank ~ Hii U oy . '· · ·: · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .O 2 in an attempt to qualify for the hali and softball with a mixed Franklin-Pierce . , •.. 2 3 .400 Kiwanis .•.. , . . . . • 5 2 .714 Service, group is being conducted, Results . county finals. Upper McKinley .... 2 3 .400 Stanley's ' ..... , . . • 5 2 .'illl , 11 · ' ' .OWE I/lift OW.I.BS Auctioneers 37 Roy 6. .. N Fort Lewis . . . . . . . 1 4 .200 a ey s . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 .5j'!J_ \I.ii~ UllU ~H W"Il . Another all-county teen-age 4 F ' I · Don E. Forslund, Navy pipe fitSt. Paul & Pac. . . 4 3 •571 !:ii · · 1 <en~ ' CJ.aw <S 2 · dance will be held July 26th at 1 7 * * * Lakewood _ ... , •. , .2 5 .~~f> S. Carta, Reporter ~lk f.lai~; ~ Ka;owsin · the South Park Community ter third class, has returned to Senior Leagne 1 18,Vl;lt~ ..... , .. ,~.. 1 6 ,l~;.. _, .. , ._. ... ·. .. .>''' aw,s , .' 0 :1' · _ ··•· Center. Dancing will be t_o Hve l:fan Di~go ,after JI. tour . _of de~XJ::RY ~VE~lNG >Lakewood . , • -:-. ,•.,:, ~·. 6 Sunday's Schedule Election of officers was held 'Ell'I'h:l -'.'uctionlee.rs; W"1ll<ens,-and.-n,iusie"and the'''c:bst will be SOc stroyer dut.;-(in th,e_W_estern~Pa­ EXCEPT SUNDAY ·Boys Club ..... _... 6 1 .857 Nalley's vs 18 Vets. at Portland last Thursd_ay, the 11th of July, h' ·'f· . ham a~·e eladmg t!t ,s,e;_0,]14 "'°)_'_ pe_1_·son. cific. His wife, the former Miss . · ~ a 1 ·c a'se -·1h. tle·,pe·e---vve~'·:i::;ea'!.·p.k:'.':1. Optimist ... , . . . . . 4 2 ,667 Avenue.. and the following Leg1onmres h . . . All playgrounds are getting Colleen 1-.'.T. Tingstad, maintains All-Stars • . • . . . . . . 4 3 .571 Kiwanis vs Stanley's at SEBC. were elected: Ed Davis, com- gu~ a~er t ~first ;·eek ~f I~lay. teams organized for the annual their home at 759 South 83rd Mon., Tues., Thurs. BETHEL •....•... 3 4 .429 St. Paul & .Tac. vs Lakewood at mander; Al Mackey, 1st vice ac . of ~· e lea ers recoid~d sports jamboree to be held July street. Canned Orchestra .. G arnet G1·1"ff"it h , 2n d easy vwtones except the Wil. are to be tournaments Boosters . . . . . . . . . . 3 4 .429 . comman d er, ·h · 3l. There Clover. P ark . 1 Music Music Beth. Broth. . . . . . . 1 6 .143 Seven Navy-built American Spanaway. plays host to Orting vice commander; Glenn Gal- I~~nsl w4 s}uccz;d past. the for boys and girls in softball, Spans .... '. . . . . . . . 0 7 .000 in an important Valley League breath, adjutant and finance a;;' '",'h -~. im harpel fanned volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, science bases in the Antarctic Li've Music by the Ronnie Harrison Trio . S un d ay a t two o ' cl cc., k o ff'1cer; J ol1!1 Moore, sergeant at 10Th m ' at one. ' . and tetherball. span e.n area of inorc than four game t h is h b . , pmg pong, tenms Art Thiel (3-1) or Bob Brewer arms; Mel Van Liew, chaplain; t e 1eagt~ as een cut t? six There will be various age group- million square miles. (3-0) will pitch for Spanaway Connie Lawson, historian; Roger e.~:ns as t e ~pa?away Giants ings, and any interested kids HOME SERVICE against Orting's Otto Balmer. Smith and Melvin Massner, color ~~f n~t compece 111 the second should contact their playground OUR SPECIALTY 1 0 The game is an important one bearers; Sev Kittleson and Roger P a;)'. leader for further details, Also .Commercal Installations y ..y for both teams. Crusan, executive board. . . . DAWSON - '.fae boys softball I A Spanaway victory will clinch These officers were installed A Prize ~ooh . team under the leadership of R.epaiiir 13021 Pacific LE 7-5661 at least a tie for the Eastern Div- Friday evening .by District Comwom_anh wh~ goes s~ no Captain Cody Miller has played ·1mon · h'I O · . d J" B d V' trnmns w1t. 13 <lrnmonds m her £ h . b · SeHrvice crown w 1 e an rtmg wm ,man er 1m rown an ice h d. 'h Id b h d d h our games. T ey were eaten by would bring them into a first Commander Bill Miller and witan ' s ou . e an e t e ·cut place tie with Spanaway. nesed by a wonderful audience gl~ss g~ap.~f.rmt :owl as ~ booby BOB and RUDY i The Eastern and Western win- of about 120 Legionaires, Aux- pr.1 ~· • •tn nng er on t e head 1 ners play for a berth in the State iliary members an<l friends. 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CoHi.ns News Trips Iv1r. and'" Nlrs. Ira Reese una dalighter Sondra ate on a trlp to Vfotorville, Calif., visiting their dnughtc1·., Mrs. Ch2ries Solbabske. 1\'frs.·· ElLnvorth c~1mpb.eJl is_ at .. wnctinr: a family reunion at her forine·r-.hom1~ iri ·Iovra··soon. · Mr. nnd.Mrs. Sam Tillman and family have i·eturned from an extended . trip to their. former home in Jerome, Idaho, and through the Soulhwcsf and California. ~Visits~

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Mr. and ]\/!rs, 0. ,A. Thqfum; of Gus Suli~ of S\u11ner,: fortlr~rly The 1.,,st. riicctin,g of the Sio & of Colli!'.s, visilcd• 'friena;;: ~~Hi Se.•~ '1-J;i Cl.uh was• held Jl\n~· i?: Rt. 7, E\o.x 471; ;;{ho \vm·c inyolvlast week. at the home of Peggy HO\Vell. cd in n traffic accident at AirMiss Ahll,a Gp:;an of N!'\V 'fork Members are 'broud to announce port and J'ac;:ific Monday evcping, that all the. gi!ls fro1'!1 ot\l' club is visitlng at home of h~r July 8, . wish to eiwrcss their, brother, ftay Gog-an, and rii.tnil'.( Who l;);tl'ticipated in the De,tnon· thanks to the StatB Pafrol and· s't1,ation .contest received; bl~1e :£njol;-iilg an outing at We~r;: ,:;l:Jl)q±is. D~lnonstl-ation title:; the Pierce County Sheriff's 'dope port the Fourth w~m Sgt. Hei·- \vere · as fo!loy,;s: ··.Marth a· uties for their cbu1·tesy and as, shd Wet,t' and family, Sgt. Doh !fovey, a· party ·canape; ·Penny sistance; .iJ.iso to employees of \Vaite aiJ.d family; Mi\ nnd Mrs.' Payne, How.er arrangement; Sus" Beitz Service Station and an emMartin Squires and family and ployee or Clark's Gas Land who rm. J,enll!?U" selection -antl care of Mr. and Mrs. ·Harold Burgeson vegetables; Shirley Bottiger, to- rend~red first aid until the iunand family. mato salad; Joan Haakenson . bulance arrived·; and others who assisted or offo!·cd help. "Color is the Key;" Peggy Powell Vaeation Bible So:-ho-0! cake · dec61·Uting; Linda I-ID.nsen, The Collins Daily Vacation Not on Son-Shine, Either Dible school closed i·e'cently v~•ith luncheon: arrarigernent; Melody Fifty million powder-puffs were Johnson, making a perfect merina demonstration service for pil1·sokl in this. countl-y lasp year. cnts shOvi·ing the \vork Clone in gue: all the de>partments. · Th~ total Officers cf the clt1b are: Pi-esi.. f:loille lttcky l!lnnufactm·qs are emollifle:it of tl1e school was 1ss:; deijt, ~a.1•tha Hovei; vice_ preS:i· Illa.king hay while th"' ·nose · · the Jiu{iors wan the Ex" de.Il~' Penny ..Pa.yne; secreta.ry; sllilfe.s.~Pul1,ch. . v.1~~!3.~. co_~~~~.tj s_a.5' ·~:q_4~-:.'.!n~n_Y. Si.man J.ensen; ·treasurer,· Alexia boxes of clothing Wl>re•. conttib• Mick; entertam,ment chairman,· uted by the ¢}iildrizn for: th'e Open Melody Johnson;. recreation, Joan Door Children's' h9ine at lfa:i:ard; H,nakenson; soi;tg · lead~r. R.oxan· r~entuck):'; as. the • zliissioi;iary ~~;, -~ltrishine_:·-- ~lla_i_i'~-a~, · Pe~gy project. · li'ARM FRESH Powell; i:epm:ter, . Shirley Bott'1'h~s13 iu . charge wish t~ thank nil who coi1fri):ruted to the sue.: cess, of the Bible sc!J,ool>especial· ly McDaniels Market, Medosweet Dairies mid St; Regis Pape1: .·Co. ICE CREAM Reporter-'--:Mrs. Ha1:01d· ·Burgeson, LE 7,-7-640~ - , .

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Thursday, July 18, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

given by those who had attend- termission at the Dance of the !'ld, J!'lanette and Claudette Baker Weck, held in the Sky Room. Durand Lana Alexander. Mrs. Carl- ing the ):iu5iness meeting hero, son, the retiring state .1-H Presi- membership cards were given to dent,, was' wellable to report on tho Lassies and pl·emium lists the Camp. ,;ctiviti~s when 4-H werp discussed as to entries in youth gather from all counties the coming County 1-H Fair. The of Washington. She told of plans c.sler plan~s given to the club to made by the governing group of .raise for com9etition in the Wallleaders ·Eliroughout the stat3 to er I{uad Fair Sept. 6-7 were from better t.J1e future state meetings~ the Waller Road Garden club, and to keep step -with the ever which the girls greatly appreciwidening youth 4-H membership., aled, and they arc frying hard The Waller Road Lassies re- to raise fine flowers for the fair. ceived recognition at State Camp Blue ribbons won in the Distwhen, after auditioning for the rict Demonstration Day went to Talent C6nte~t, t.he Baker twins Judy Scarim, Jean I-Iulscher and were chosen as one of the nui:n- Claudette Baker. Red ribbons bers to be presented at the an- went to Lana Alexander and Lila nual Talent.show. Their ventri!o- Hanson, white ribbons to Jeanquist act with twin dolls was ette Baker and .Sue Farley. Two well accepted by the audience members received money back and the girls were· asked to ap- from the County Council and pear on the program during in- Senion 4-H girls; it was put into

home of Mrs. Peter Hulscher, assistant leader of the group. Following the lively session, the 14 girls- present, with Mrs. Hulscher and Mrs. Gilbert Carlson, attended the lovely shower held at the Midland Community club hall for The Waller Road' 4-H Lassies held .their last meeting at th<;> Miss Lorraine Hughes, county agent. As this was the first meeting of the group since the State Camp at Pulhµan, reports were WALLER ROAD • • •

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. the tr!'lasury to help. other girls to attend Camp next year. This active !?roup of 4-H girls will be working now on their display at the ·Waller Road Fair; watch for .their booth. Grange Grangers! Frid'ay, July 19, at 8:00 p.m. is the time. for the meeting at Waller road. If you have missed meetings for a long time, try coming back .. The Geises give a report on the State Grange convention. Potluck refreshments following the session. Trips, Visits Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Berchman of Carlson road spent a pleasant vacation in Montana recently, visiting ·relatives of Mrs. Berchman's. Mrs. Richard Pullen and 'children enjoyed several days with friends. in Wollochet bay.

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Mrs. Faye Parlette and Mrs. Josie Katz of Spoljcane were week end visitors at the home of Mr; and Mrs. Verne Fogle; they also spent time with Tacoma friends and motored to Aberdeen befor,e returning home. Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Costantini and Patti and Laura, Mr. John Costantini and Mr. and Mrs. A. \'l. Pasquan enjoyed an outing at' Port Gamble. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard and children visited the Thompsons over the 4th of July holiday. Their names were omitted from last week's news. Mrs. Leila Robertson, formerly of Vickery r0ad, was among the Grangers attending the State convention in Spokane recently. New Idea The Vickery Road mothers have come up with a new ide13.

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in baby showers approved by those who have joined the "stork l.ist" in the ·past and others to be add:cd in. the near future. Showers are held after tho arrival o.f the baby, with gjfts for mother :ind baby. Garrncnt::; for the bnhy rn::ide to o,·der fo,- a boy 01· gH, can be '\Vorn 1~ight. rnvr::.y. Snrnct'1rn.es once; larger gift is presented -to th.c nevv mother. The !::1st to be honored \Vero Mrs. Charles :rviorgan II of Vickery road an(l her tiny son, Charles l\fot'!o(an III, who were shovverecl vvi-L!1 gifts the evening of July 11 whon Mesdames Dan Van Hulle, Gaylen Houser, Jack Roques, Bill I-Ieeden and Richard Pullen called.• Refreshments were ~rved. Vacation Back home after a wondei'ful vacation in Anchorage, Alaska, · are Mrs. A. L. Ferch and daughter CaroL Their time was spent with Mr." and Mrs. Ron .Ferch and son Jon. Mrs. Ferch reports the trio by · air was nice and the we~tl;ier in Alaska not too different from ours, but they were glad to be home again. The air flight being the first fo1· Mrs. Ferch and daughter was a new experience for both. ~ , Visiting Mrs. Ethel Evans of East 64th and Waller 'road enjoyed fl week's stay recently with her sister, Mrs. Rissie Gillingham at Othello, Wash. They revisited many places familiar to them in their childhood. . 1

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Sho\ver Mrs. E. K Yoder was honored with a shower recently to welcome her new daughter, Leasa Colin. Friends gathered .at tlie Yoder home for ·an- afternoon of games and visiting. They presented a lovely jumping chair as a combined gift. Refreshments were served following the games to Mesdames Kenith Aarhaus, "Rener DeMerurlees, Walter De Meerleer, Roy Looker, Lloyd Ebe1~t 1 Robert Myron, John Graham, R. Pullin, Gene T;mchick, Hansen, Dale Jones, J, Olson, Jim Taylor, Jack Roques, and Becker and the honored fucst, ~/.t:s. Yoder. IIcn1e fron1 A~aska Dr. l, H. Thurmond Mrs. C. W. Lasham is back home again after a month spent in Anchorage, Alaska, where she welcomed the al"l"ival of a new (:om ulete, \J 1sua1 ~•:ff'VJt·, grandson, born June 5 to Sp/2 Tues. thrn ·Sat: 9:30 to 6:00 and Mrs. Ron Rauch (Kay LashClosed Monday am) ·stationed in Anchorage with Evenings hy Appointment the Army. While there Mrs. Lasham visited a.lso with Mrs .. Alvin Ferch and .,. Carol \\rho are also on vacation ll3Hl PACIFIC .. AVENUE in Anchorage, spending time with . Blk. So. of Parkland Br. Bank son Ron, wife Judy ''nd son Jon.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaut and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al Gaut and family spcn t the th pf July with thoir parents at Elbe. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaut left for the , weekend to enjoy a few days with friends in Seattle. B M' I . H J' Mrs. Merle Kirkpatrick and Y . •c my am m three daughters of Frosh Water, "Tammy," as I mentioned. sevCalif., were guests of Mr. and eo·al we?ks ago, is one of the Mrs. Ted Kirkpatrick with many late~t hi:s fro:U the Hollywood members of the Kirkpatrick fam- movw lo,s. It ~s the theme song ily gathering·to spend the Fourth from the sparklmg comedy "Tamtogether. Among them were my and t~e Bachelor," which George Kirkpatrick of Arcata, stars Debbrn Reynolds, whose Calif., Mrs.. Frank Romancsko of soun~.track' version seei::'s to be National and her daughter, Mrs. t~e n.iggest seller. Debbie do<;'s a Paulson and baby son of Seattle. fme Job on the extremely sensiMrs. Mary Thompson had as tive lyrics; she sings them with her guests for the holiday her all the sincerity and expression son George and his wife and two of a young girl in love, which, sons from Tacoma. needless to say, is. exactly her Mr. and Mrs. James Parker of part·· in the picture. Only one Vancouver, Wash., were guests" other versiO:i ?f "Tammy" ii; of the Quill Robertsons over the very clqse to Miss Reynolds' on Fourth. the 'popularity polls. It's .the Visits, Vacation Ame~ .Brothe~·s' a'.most walt~ like Henry Horn spent several days rendition ':Jue~ JUSt happ~ns ~o recently with rolatives in Ta- be the flip side of their big coma and in Bre~erton. "Rockin' Shoes." "Tammy" seems destined for Mrs. Susan Robertson of Altadena, Calif., is visiting Mr. and a long and happy stay on the local and national hit charts and Mrs. John Fraser. could very likely be .nominated Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fitzer for the eov.eted Academy Award and Mr. and Mrs. Art Marshall as the best song of the year from took a weekend trip to Victoria, motion pictures. '

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