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St. A<:cording to reports, David had just alighten from a southbound Tacoma Trnnsit Co.' bus at 113ih and ·Park and was l'unning across Park when hit. He was taken by ambul.ance . to Pierce County hospital suffering from multiple fract.u1·es, lacerations and a badly bruised. forehead. On Monday attendants .at tl1e hospital reported his conditio11 c'!.s satisfa1ctory. State Patiol1mm Gil Paulson investigated the accident. · ;

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Men in ch:.-:i.rge ···at' the· Pierce County Sanitary. Fill on MitchcilGould road a;·e still puzzled about an act of seemingly pointless· vandalism lust Fri_day nigii):. vVhen the men left Friday eveni1lg. the big shovel used in -operaU.c}.! 0£ the fill \Vas pai1{ef1 besi.d0. th0 road, securely 10ckctl and "dogged down". Next morning when. Ead D. Hardie, S!J.~\J.f,~. day attendant, arrived for work he discovered that during the night someone had 'broken into the big crane by smashing the leeks on the side door and the, roof opening and had lowered the boom onto the shovel, a rather intricate vperation requ1r1ng several steps which only a train~ c:d crane operat.or "\Vould kno~. Hardie immediately called Harold F. Mace, fill operator in charge, and he notified the Pierce County Sheriff's office and Deputy Sid Berven investigated. The puzzle remains unsolved, along vvith several questions: Why would anyone smash three locks (the tool box was also Lroken into) '~.rhen nothing \Va~ taken? WHY would a person capable of operating the equipi:nent risk discovery and possible arrest to do something of no benefit to anybody? The sanitary fill, one of the finest and most modern in the area,. is ahvnyS kept in good conw dition, all refus~ being . covered immediately after delivery. Those in charge foe] that it is a credit and convenience to the cOmm'unity and they cannot understand why nnyone would care to dam-age its equjpmcnt. TheY ask anybody weing prowlers in_ th.e fi.tture 1.o gel .tli a phone as quickly possible and call the Sheriff's

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

The dates of the 1957 Waller Eoad Community Fair are set as Sept. 6 and · 7; the place, the Community hail at 64th and 'i'Va1l(~r road. The last in·:7eting of th-~ fair cc-.mmittee headed by E. D. Constantini snd l\1rs. · Iviyers :5}\'hc.elcr. \vns v.'en ntte:t1ded by repr£:03en.i:nt.ives fro1n all_ partici~ P:ith-i'g orgnnizations. It vvas deCidcd to give a Cole1nan cn1np stove as the first n\va1:d nn,d a ¢-Umpur's ice box ns the second a'.vc.rd this year. Dinner will be served both nights of the fair with the Waller J:(oad PTA in charge Friday evening, Sept. (), with Mrs. Alven \:Vinters in charge. On 'the foll~JYV ing ffvening the dinner \vill be served by the Vv~ all er Road Grange \1 ith ~!.Irs. E. D. Constantini Us chairn1an. DinnBr menus wiil be announced later. With summer fast fading and ?;ardens at their best, it is the l;ope of the acting com1nittees that each resident of the community will keep hi mind the need for entl'ies in the canned frEit B nd vegetahle department. Jnms nnrl jellies are especially worth while to enter in competition with neighbors. All .women IJ.re urged to set aside a few jars 9£ canned goods to enter. Each year the Grange Auxiliary sponsors a baking contest. This year Vvomen and men \Vill compete in the baking· of white yeast and quick breads. An award \vill be 1

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ALL SET-All details completed for the open house which this waekend marks ihe grand opening of the new home of Pa<khmd Cycle· and Key Shop, 11009 Pacific. Ave. Owner-1\fanager De,] Cheney and his assistants face the camera in front of the building. Pictured are, left to right: Com·ad Velez, Del Cheney and Jack.Gru.nert. (Sce~story on Page 12). Photo by McKcwcn

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Elbe News Mrs. Medin Kirkpatrick of Arcata. CdiL, left Satmday, July 13, by plane for Ketchikan, Alaska, to spend a few days with her husband who is working at Bay logging camp. A nine-yearold son who has been with the father will retum wit.h her. Three young daughters remained here with Mrs. Mae' Kirkpatrick while she was away; mother and four children will· return· to their california home befor\' school starts. Visits Trips Miss Anita 'Kirkpatrick and Jean Rockwood are spending their summer vacation in Little Fork, Nfom., with Mr. and Mrs. Feidler who are giving the girls a wonderful time.

1'HREE INJURED - When an Army truck and two l'ass·anger cam mixed early Thursday afternoon at FGrt Lewis East Gate,. enly the truck escaped seu·ious damage. The '55 Mercury coupe, in ditch' at !cit, driven by Kenneth D; Miller of Tacoma, was badly w<"ecked and a passenger, 'ferry Carlson, was injnl'ed.- The '5·1 CacliUae, right, driven by Caniilia l\1oore, of Seattle, sustained d?..Inage 9n front and side; two passengers, Elsie and Terry Bauer, '\vcre injured. State Patrolman R. E. Bair investigated the accident. Photo by

and sound. She has requested th'1t her name br;, omitted from the story. After an hour's search on her own, the frantic mother noLiiicd the Pierce County Sheriff's office,_ which immediately alerted the State J-Iighway Patrol. Two hours later, and nearly two miles a way, the lit'lle hoy and his Mrs. Roland · Fisk has been falthful clog were located by the Patrol and returned home by a qu~te. ill with flu and spent sevent! dayp in the Morton hospital. sheriff's deputy. Mrs. Muriel Schmidt caring for, her baby daughter while she was away.' Mrs. Oscar Gerber, mother o( Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hanson George McCray of Pleasant Val- and family of Melbro, Calif., ai·e ley, is reported q'ttite ill and now visiting \vjt,h her mother, 1v1rs. at -a rest home at Morton. She Nora Funk. was 90 _years old July 4. Mrs. Charles Lormn and l\Irs. L. Gray are spending the week Birthday Party El'\vyn, Rahie1· \vas eight years at - Bible Camp at Covenant old Sat)nday,. July 20. and his beach at Des Moir,es, Wash. Ivfrs. Joe Jupiter k~ft Saturday rclativc'i and friends helped him cclchrnt.c the event 'at the home for Montana to he with her of his grandparents, Mr. and mother who is ill. ~!fr. ai;d !IL·s. Albert }\k~lson Mm. Frank Mettler Sr. Those prcserit were the 'Rahim· family, the were dinner guests Stmday at the Mcrt'Uer. Jr. family and Mrs. Ege- hpme of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard land and h'-'r children. It is a.1- Mctcdvey cf Eatonvilic:. Reporter' - Mrs. I\:at.e Nelson ways a pleasure io h;;.vc a gatherini at thr:ir gr8.rldparent's jJlace for th<fr() .iS a ht :or space to. play and. enjoy a g1:and time at the Mettler. heme,

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Last Thursday was· a perfect day for the Spanaway Volunteer Firemen Auxiliary picnic, which was well attended. Mrs. Orville Schley was honored at the picnic with a pink and blue shower. She was also presented with her Firemen's Pin. Congratulations Mi·. and Mrs. Ben Woodruff &1·e rejoicing in the recC'nt birth o( a son. Mi-. and Mrs. Martin Gihbons are mighty proud of their first rrrnndchild, Edmu11d Andrew Christensen, born ,June 29 at St. Joseph's hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Christensen (Maureen Gihbons), of Tacoma. Other grandpanmts are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Christensen of Tacoma. In Service Harold Tarpemiing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Tarpenning, is now stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado. Besl. Wishes Be]at.ed "get 1:vell" i.vishes Jor 1-.frs. W. H. Griesback Sr., mother cf W. Griesback. Friends may drop a line to Mrs. Iviarie Baker~ c/o 'R.ay Cannon_) Box 1~:~0 Lakevie"',\r, V.7ash. Marie fr~ novi" in a cast Hnd ·\votlld ce.rtHin ly rtliPt;cd.ate cards or Jetters. Rep:wtcr - Mm. Olivr1' Omat., LE 7-6466.

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Sincere ~yn1pathy is ex.i,t~i1ded to lho wifo and family of Eugcno L. Fletcher \'.'ho pas3cd a\vay last \veek. J\i1r. Fletcher, '''ho was born al Onlra11to Statio1.1, 10\\'a, can1e to this_ area 20 years ago e!:]- and h2d a \vide circle oI Iriei-i~. 'Visits~

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Road Garden club will take charge of the Flower Show feature and it promises to be one bf the best, with Mrs. Jack Johnson as chairman and Glen Ferris as co-chairman. Tho Youth leaders have turned in lhpir ;reports to the Fair Com~ mittee :rnd a panel of judges chosen by the Committee will

will be in charge Ro?-d Grange. The three 4-H Yonth groups will unite to displny one larr;a Looth that wili depict the activities of all. The Scouts will have an exl1ibit of merit. 'rhc Blue Birds will exhibit, a:> also will the Cubs. Fair concessions 'Nill be put up by the Marie Hazen Orthopedic Guilr and Ta.Chi-Ho Orthopedic Guild, the PTA, the Grange Auxiliary and all the Youth groups. The Orthopedic Guilds will have an informative display showing their hospital work and an educational display will be sponsored by the teachers uf Waller Road school. 'The PTA display will show the interesting activities connected with the organization. f,.l! people of the area are urged to keep the dates - Sept. G and 7 -- jn mind and help rnal·:e thi.s the best Fair yet.

Maso11ic Groups' Picnic S1Jnday A joint pknic \Vill be held by i.he Parkland JVlasonic Lodge, Faith Chzptcr 0. E. S. and Faith Asse111bly Order of D.ainbo\v for Glds Sunday, ~July 28. !vfen1b.crs a!1d theh· fal1'1ilies are to meet iJ1 the town of McKem1a P_ot. hi f_,C't then 11 :00 Et" 111. St~J:.~ drty :11ornj11g~ ·tvhere thP.y ivill be rnst a:ad escorted t.o the su111n1eiplncc nf 1\1r. sncl 1virs. Georr.;8 Rolst.ad on the D0scJ1ut.Ps rive:~Ea.ch family will bring a baske.t. hu:.ch and table Gervicc;· coffpn and .it€ crean1 '~.rlll bC ! fu~·!1ir~hcd b~t ;the Parkla11d Iv!a:::onic Lodge, Ga111es and prizeri v.rill be in ord-er fl)!' the a.fh:T~1non and a large aftendancs is_ t~'o:psctetl.

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\Vee Teams To Play Tonight 'I11e Elk Plain Fire Department sponsored Pee VVee baseball team will play Eatcnville this (Thursday) evening on the · Bethel grounds. This is a return game i,vith Eatonville, the visitors having defeated Elk Plain 18 to 17 Sat1!:'..'day evening. Be sure to come out and ,mpport the local team tonight. The last league galJ1e will. be played Tuesday evening, July 30, at Roy. TO LIVE HERE Mrs. Cort Lively, a recent vis· itor at the home of her son-inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thatcher on the Mountain road, after a brief stop at her. former' home in Idaho to s2ttle hm· affah·s has returned and will live near her daughter. To share in the pleasant family reunion, Mrs .. Thatcher's daughter Mrs. Everett G-ra:n.t, of Gnttage,. Gro-v"C, 0Tc., joiner her m.othcr and grandmother for a short visit. VJ:SITS MOTHER

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A1nerican Spana\vay S. Sm legion Nevis Builds In ADay

Through the combined efforts of the membership of Spanrrway Methodist church and many inBy Susan Swanson terested friends in tho communMrs. Thelma Walsh conducted ity, the new Sunday school her last meeting as president of building of the church was ernctthe American Legion A uxila1·y of ' ed from the ground up in a Parkland Post No. 288 on July single day. Arriving early Saturday morn11 at Sunshine Hall. She received the thanks and appreciation ing at the site, the volunteer· of the members for her time and workers began their race with the i,vork this year. Under her cap- sun and .i(efore evening the new able leade1·ship much has been structure V1.ras finished - 'valls, accomplished in the several roof, doors and windows. W!o-. branches of child welfare and men of the church did their community service for which the share by providing food for the American Legion is noted. She crew during the long day. The church strrff would like to thanked her officers for their close cooperation which made than!< everyone who helped and express deep tippreciation for a these thinr;s possihlo. task well done. The Youth FelOn ,July 12 a joint installa- lowship group of the chnrch rattion of officers was held with the Post. Mrs. Roy Young's drill. ed a special mention." All people of the area ale team vvas in charge of the ceremony for the Auxiliary. Mrs. Al cordially i_nvited to visit the church and see the fine new Nluckey -took over the gavel as bnildinl': also to attc~pd the serv· the _ne\v 11resid.ent and gave a ic"s of the church and Sunday nice Lalk on her pia.ns i.vhile iri school. office. h ~

S. Carta, Repoii;er

A dozen vi.siting ~ignitari-2s .were presont, inCiuding Jim Brown, District commander; Bill Iv.Eller, District co1nmander-elect; IVIrs: lVIary Erickson, District 'pr0sident, and l\llrs. Mabel Hart, District president~elect. Due to vacations, there will be no ineeting till August 2Z \Vhen the reports of delegates to the convention in Spokane ,vill be given.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rich and 1\.lfr. n:1d l\1rs. 1Iarry Rich 1v1.:!1t to Grants Pass, Ore., over the wed:cnd to see Ivirs. M. H. Broughton, rDnthcJ' of the t\vo men, who fell and broke her hip \vhil~. attending the Spani~hAmencan Veterans ccnvcmt1on ·wiLh her husband. r\i!r. Broughton was installed as the new commander of the organization. The Mrs. Sam Carta is still quite Broughtons live i.n Portland. Reporter-Mrs. Ted Otterstad, ,ill at Madigan hospital. LE 7-7658.

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Playground Neris COLLINS Local mothers sponsored a picnic at Spanaway for the chi!drea of the area on Thursday.

Ler..de1A Kay Scblm!-:e is planning a bike hike in irnar futme . . . Teen Club JA11:ES SA.LES -

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day at fou1~. SPANA WAY - Geo1·ge Fossen. , ..:ith the assistance of seve1~a1 n1othe!.·s, has been conducting swim trips to the MPD beach at Spanavvay ei/ery Tuesday and 1 rhursday afternoons. See t.he playground leaders for further _i11for111ation on the above subjects. Also, on the docket this Fl'ichy, is the third City VV'ide l"outh Council Dance to be held at South Park Co1nn1uinty Center fro1n 9 to 12. Hcfrcshn1e11_t.~:; i1:i11 be. and there:: \V-ili be go.111es t.o "for the n..~n~dancers. Mucic wi!I ho live by Cozart.'s band. The dance is co-sponsOrcd by the Metropolitan Park District and .the Youth (~nidance Division cf tho Tacoma Potic'c Dept.

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YEARS O;<' FUJI[ AUE.AD-While tho award- oi the handsome boat and trailer from the Parkland Junim· Chamber of Cmnme;-ce was made to Gene Cooley (Cooley's Cusiom Floor Coverings), the accejltanee was a thrcc-wuy ·,family affair. Mrs. Cooley and Charles, 12-year-old sou of the couple: shared with Gene all the thrills of the wonderful gift and also plans for outings in the years to come. This is the Cooieys' fo·st boat and comes as a realization of a dream which they had thought still far in the futnre. Charles was the most em~itcd member of the family and had to have a ride in the boat Saturday ,night because he ;\las !eaving early Sunday for a week at Boy Scout Camp Hahohas on Hoods Cana!. The Cooleys wish to expross their deep appreciation for this grand gift .and to state that they are always happy to assist in any way possihle the splendid community belte,-ment projects of the JC's. Pictured above with the boat and trailer, left to right, Charles flash.es a big smile ,as Anzio GrP.:zzini, chairman of the Boat Av.rard committee of the JC, lnakes the fot·mall presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Cooley. Photo by McKewcn

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Trip· ·To ·Mexico Enjoyed Mt'. and Mrs. Lawr. nco How· daughter llfariori•0-Lo of Lidron.d 0nd Ellen ~i.sh of Fair~' "1)ie1\r. ro8.d are horne again after n delightful vacation motor trip down the coastal highway into returning by the inland 0

'l'he two-weeks camping and >;ightseeing stop induded stops nlong the beautiful Oregon-Cal· ifornia coast and Castle Crags inland. The vucationers ex)Jlored Fort Columbia in Washington, soa lion caves, the redwood forests and many other points of

intOrcSt. In California they vi2itcd relatives in Berkeley and with fi;ierids in 8f1n Diego. Th~h· stay in San Francisco was highlighted hy 1·ides. on the old cable cars, seeing .Chinatown and a visit to Fisherman's Wlrnrf. Time was spent at l{nott's Berry Farm, just outside Los Angeles. A full day was spent at Disneyland, starting with breakfast in the Jfocftanted Palace, followed by rides in the various fairy-like gunoundings, much to the delight of Marjorie-Le and Ellen. An accident,. involving the

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I-io"vard_ cnr in Sacrnmento inarred the othenviss perfect trip. '!'hough the· car was badly damaged, none of the passengers were hurt though. several pieces of. Mexico pottery were brolrnn. Next WGtdc Marjorie-Le will b0 enrolled at Camp Casey on Whidby jslo.ndi her !~tay to be sponsored by the Narth Central Kiwanis of Seattle for handicapped children. of the Puget Sound area. This is Marjorie's third Y~ar to attend.

IN HAWAII · All the excitement and gaiety that goes \vith a -vacation iri Hawaii in being enjoyed by Miss Caroline Howard, daughter of the Law1'ence Howards ' of Lidford road. Miss. Howard, an emM ployee of the Seattle Post-Intelligence, was a delegate from the Junior Advertisors group to the advGrtising convention in Hawaii. One of several delegates from the Northwest, Caroline was elected First District representative of the Junior group. The balance of her month's stay in Hawaii is being spent with her sister, Mrs. James (Sheila) Harpster and family; Mr. Harpster is s.tationcd there with the Navy at the Submadne balm. MRS. JOHNSON HONORED At the recent convention of the WasMngton State Fedcmtion of Garden Clubs, !mid in Tacoma, Mrs. Jack Johnson was .elected

The ·use of aircraft in direct support of ground units by the Marine Corps was employed for the first time in combat July l6, 1927, when a flight of six bombing planes strafed and bombed a force of 500 bandits who unsuccessfully uttacked a small Marine garrison at Ocotal, Nicaragua. By making a few simple changes in the way they prepare air· dropped mines, Navy crews can i1ow be sure 95 per cent will blow up enemy ships. The new procedures were developed . by the scientists at the Naval Ord· nance Laboratory, Silver Springs, Md.

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. llig Fis)l . .. Mr. 11nd Mrs. Either 13ergl1lan CI.J9rotfiy Goh±) ?Yellt to \Yept· port Jilly 16 to f:sh for salfuoh. Mrs; Bergman caught a 36.· pounder, next to the lnrgost one Volunteer Firemen of the are11 ca11ght them, the biggest one w.ill i;oo.n he l'i:1:1ging doptbeU;1 in ·weigl~inhg <lO pounds, ElmF cirnght · · · • s1:>'. f1s., weight not renorted. their house-to-house cr.nvµss tor · .~ . ,. the sale of tickete to the unnuul Return Home . Firerb.Bn's dance ..•<1Jl proceeds .Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens for the di:mco will be tfaed for have retUl'ned to thefr home in ~ n 00 dcd equipment ai1 d supplies; G1·eat Falls, Mont., having come fj this is a n.1os~. \Vo1·t2Yv;h~lc; proj.. here to attend the funeral of his ~ ect and we should all back it. grandmother, Mrs. Alma Smith. Local firemen wh0 attended Father m the Fire School at :3polmrte' in· . .Mt·. an.d. Mrs. Foster Allen duded Chief Ashley Butler ( \;·ith (Mary Erickson) of C,m;w,; were , Mi·s. Butler) of C:myon road, called 110ine Sunday, July J 4, Leonard Fish of F,1rvicw, George · Purdue. of Collins, Donald Harte of Pennsylvania avenue, and ,Charles Teger of Woodland.

1.st vict':~ president for the coming yuur. Mrs. Johnson, president of tho Walle;· Road Garden c!Ub i'or the p&st yee.r, is an active pc:rson, ho1ding do\vn 1nany jobs that n1akc most ,folks \"\"eary to to think about. Monday mornings find her pleasantly taking over her . share of a 9 :30 radio broadcast on station .I\:T,.\C on the latest in gardening mehods. Several ii:tnes during the' week sl1-'~: is called in instruct in clas~ ses on flower arranging or to talk at a garden chtb session. Also Mrs. Johnson has a full fledged business which she conducts at her home, Johnson's Gardens & .Floral Service. Mrs. Johnson is a busy, happy person and we are proud of her. Reporter-Mt·s. Verne Fogle,

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nC.tcd chis ~.~1 h .Lt:.· Jul:\ 15ctl FOR SALE - PecJled corral poles; John E·cickson, Rt 1, Box ···llJ; ·,,,',~'.t· .-·:f -'irs1 pub'i,·at'CH1 Jul.' LEA VE F'ILM a1 Quality Plrntc Roy; phone 357. 15c'17 ~ :)57 McKinley Hill Realt) :Servic~ tor developing [n a ROBT. L. DYKEl\iAN 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 10. out at 5 9818 Pacific Ave HAY FOR SALE - Phone SumC!e1·k of said Court Real Estate ner UN 3-6758 bdorc "1:00 p. By Ray Goelzel' Board Ace Din Co m. 15p·16 D\~puty D,P:CHINc KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN FOR SALE OR TRADE 10 1:1ULLDOZING FOR SALE 14-foot flat bottom Attorney for. the Estate acres with 9 acres of timber, 4- GRAVEL . TOP SOIL · SEPTIC boat; safe for children; 4925 217 Garfield Street DRAIN FTELDS room modern house, deep well. l'AKKS Waller Ro!)d, WA 2-7~86. l5c46 P. 0. ·Box 2456 Pai·kland, 1750 9th St. ~.w .. Puyallup Located near Bethel High -·---·--·------ Tacoma 44, Washington. Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 School for house and lot equal FOR SALE - 125 cedar posts; value, VI 7-7456. 9c46 STATION WAGON OWNERS Published in the Times-Journal phone LE 1-1707. 15p46 July 11, 18, 25, 1957. NOW you can buy a Custom built 8 10 Kar-Rae you can be proud to UNABLE TO PAY $49 due on thi·s"". ·~·· PETERS & TRACY put OJ;! your Station Wagon. Attorneys FOR RENT - 4 bedroom house, Beautifully varnished, gives that $150.,KIRBY; take over for free 11024 Paciiic Ave., Tacoma full basement; 3 acres; large "town & country" look. Posi· at $5 each month and get free home demonstration. UPTON lawn and drive,in, garage under tive clip and turn-buckle fast· ELECTRIC CO., 11'18 Market St. In the Superior Court of the State house. First and last month's ening secure your · Kar-Rae of 'Washington for the County FU 3-2551. 15c46 rent, references; immediate Easily handled by one person of Pierce. possession. Ideal for family. For Save $40.00 per Rae. Orchard HOOVER Lark upright cleaner, NO. 64321 information, GR 2-0606 or P.O. Hill Duplexes, office, 143rd & NOTICE TO CREDITORS Box 792, Tacoma. 10c46 Pacific Ave. So., Phone '.LE used tvvice as dem~nstrntor; --------7-5194. 15p18 \vas $89.95 noi,.v $59.50, nc;w In the 1\iiatter of the Estate of FOR RENT - Small furnished guarantee. PARF::WAY FURNI- WILLIAM M. LAMBERT, n/k / n VJILLI/\_M house; adults ·only; LE 7-5846. BRIDE &. GROOM RPECIAL TURE, 141st & Pacific Avenue; MrrCII:CLL L.AivTDERT, 10c46 8x10. tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 oi,en till 9. LE 7-3941. 15C'l6 a/k/a WILLIAM LAMBERT, So. Park Ave. Family Portrait - ----· 15ctf WANTED TO TRADE FOR RENT - Pleasant place to Studios. Deceased. Girl's l'lotice is hereby given that the live; partly furnished home, 26" bike, in good condition, for PARKLAND FURNITURE -New 4925 Waller Road, WA 2-7686. and used miscellaneous; Airport girl's 24" bike, in good condi- undersigned has becm appointed and hp.s qualified as _t\..dminis ... 10c46 & Pacific Ave. Residence phone tion; WA 2-6892. 15p46 trator of the above en{itled LE 7-3748. 15ctf FOR RENT - Large 1-bedro0om SELL OR TRADE-Rotary cloth- estate; that ail persons having furnished duplex; 12605 Pacific LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus es dryer, never used, $10; cloubla claims ag9.i11st said deceased a1·e Ave., $70 plus electricity. 10c46 cutting and wrapping, also re- 'O\>affie iron, $8; VI 7-7428. 15c47 hereby required to serve the Sfllne, duly verified, on said tail counter. Avenue Meats. O'OR RENT - 2-room furnished 8204 Portland Avenue. LEno>< SUPER KING. SIZE Cal-Dak TV Phillip S. Tracy, Administrator .house, large utility room; $25; 7-3570. 15ctf tables ;set of 4 and stand; Reg- or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of r~cord at the address below statular $15.95, for $12.95. PARK- ed, and file the same with the 10c4 S rAP DANCING LES.SONS. Be LE 7 - 4321 · WAY FURNITURE, 141st and FOR RENT - Furnished· 2-room g·inning and advanced Call ,Jim Pacific Ave., Open Till 9:00; Clerk of snid Court, tegether with proof of such service, \Vithin six Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf cabin, bath; $25, utilities paid; 15c46 months after the date of first one mile west of Meridian on EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant publication of this notice or the Collins road; _Rt. 2, Box 533, boats; wagon wheels for sale. FOR SALE - GE Refri•rnrator, s2,me will be barred. large size; MS Mowscr R:inc. Rt. Puyallup. 10c46 Don't carry it-drive right into Date of first publication July our , complete out-board motor 1, Box 437AA, Soanaway. 15p46 .25 ,1957.' FOR RENT - , 5 acres horse repair service shop. MAJOR PHILLIP S. TRACY German Shepherd pasture; 8525 East Vickery, LE OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 751'7 WANTED Aclrrlinistrritor female: Inquire at 8020 South J 10c46 Portland Ave., LE 7-3641. 15ctf 7-6713. of said Estate -Street. 15c46 PETERS & TRA&l ii Repai1 Service I i SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESAttorneys for Estate Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann G Horses • Equip I b 11024 Pacific Ave., Bakery 15ct1 ____ · • Tacoma, 'Washington. WASHING MACHINE PARTSPublished in .the Times-Journal Largcst stock in town. Repair- BABY-FURNITURE, ne;-~d WESTERN SADDLE, bridle, hlanket and breast collar; good con- July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 1957. ing that pleases. BB's Washer used tor sale or rent· Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 SMALL FRY Ex;CHANGE dition; best offer; GR 2-0660. hctf · 1109 Market St., BR 2~9505. 16c46 Notice , 15ctf Notice is hereby given .that the FOR SALE OR TRADE - Belgian 12 • Automotive Board of -Directors of Pierce work horse, gentle. LE 7-7559. County School District No ... 400 FOR SALE OR TRADE - 1942 (Clover Park School District) S AWMELL Studebaker Champion Sedan. will conduct a special meeting to Hil! holder and overdrive. LE ·---.~~.--.·- be held on the 25th day of July, 12p46 7-7559. KENDA.LIL HALVORSEN · 1957;..·at t~1e hour of 5:00 o'clock VI 7-2229 Graham, Wash, Attorney p.m., at the Board Room, Navy '57 FORDS &. CHEVROLETS 217 Garfidd St. Rose School, 5214 Steilaeoom wholeBak" prices. SMALLEY USED BARGAINS MO'T'ORS 10410 Pnnific Ave. Park1al!1d, VVashin._;:rton I3-:-:-ul"Jvard, Tacoma, 99. LE 7-4060 anythne, evenings. VERY good 30" innerspring mat- In the Superior Court or' the St2t~ Tl-iis notice is submitted as re· tress and hox spring on 6 hard~unctavs l2ctt of i~'.";shilllgton for the Comi-!y quired by Chapter 216, Ln~s of wood. legs, $24.50; Duncan of Pierce. 1953 of the State of Washington. Phyfe chrome table and 4 T. 0. Haganess Evea·green No, 6\l681' chairs, like new, $49.50; Full Superintendent and NO'l'iCE OF HEAmNG size 50-lb. felted cotton matA~to Board Secretary FINAL REP,Ot~T AND tress, 6 months young, $14.50; Simmons Ace coil spring, looks 51 MERCURY Club Coupe· .•. ·.•...•.•. $395 new, less tha.n ~1', price'. at $17.50; Small davenport and 138th & Pac. Ave. LE 7-<!.772 chair, $49.50; Blackstone wring- • er ' washer, used .;me year, $59.50; 1941 Westinghouse 6Cu.Ft. refrigerator, quite good Chevrolet Salesman running, $37.50; 1957 Westinghouse DeLuxe r~frigerator, new gup.rantee, save $80 on this at $100.00. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific Ave. Open Till 9:00; LE 7-3941. 15c46

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fiETI'I'ION FOR DISTRIBUTION the Matter of the Estate of TILDA 0. ELLlNGSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JOH]\! ELLINGSON, Executor of the estate of TILDA 0. ELLil\JGGOl\I-, deceased, has filed in the cHl.:~u cf the Clerk of CoUrt his Fi~1a) Report and Pr:titinri. fur Di.stributi.::;n, askin;i the Court: to fK:ttle saiG report, disLribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dischP.rge s::dd Executor. and that said and petition Vv'i11 be beard on 2nd day of August, l957, at 9:30 A.!•'1., at the c:mrt room of the Pre.bate Depa1·tn1ent of said Cuurt, at v..rhl.ch t'ime ai~;I pla~e ~ns pe1·.snn 1ntcr0.sted in said :::;i ;lte 1112;.y appear and file ob .. <-iu_ns ;;hz:rQLO and CDtrlest the •1

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CIDLD CARE, my home; Park 'n Shop; LE 7-4402.

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Midland Nursing Home

Airport at Portland Ave.

(Value of finished house and lots . . . At>prox. $10,000) This home built for C. D. Luster, 2"127 N.E. 57tb, Tacoma.

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Home Wiring

AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; give your lawn a treat; JU 8. 2111. 3ctf

Free Estimates Guaranteed Satisfaction Emergency Service

treatments in day or night; 3ctf

11302 PACIFIC AVENUE NEAR P.L.C, THIS HOME 11eeds a large family or could be used for income possibilities. Living room, dining room, ··fireplace, 2 bedrooms down with apartment upstairs, 6 lots. Priced frll,500. Call Mr. Hannon, LE 7-8638 or LE 7-6896. ACREAGE 3 ACRES, 3 bedrnom home, fireplace, part basement, outbuildings, near Central Avenue School. Call Mr. Harmon LE 7-8638 or LE 7-6896. AS MEMBERS OF THE MULTIPLE LISTING SEfl.VICE we announce a new service for you. When you list with us you have the benefit of 10 firms working on your listing. Added sales are proof of its success. To avail yourself of this service you may call the. office, LEnox 7 -8638, or the following at their homes.: Jim Datnmel, LE 7-3684; Ted Dammel; Ernest Harmon, LE 7-6896; Jim Hickman; Helen & Orrin Moore, LE 7--1860; Joe .Walsh, LE 7-8141; Leonard Wood, GR 4"2502.

PEARL ELECTRIC LE 7-3563

DON'T encourage dishonesty;~~ . T •• locks keyed, combinations ~\<'OUNDATIONS, additions, re. changed; Parkland' Cycle & ffl mo~eling. Free estimates. Fin. Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7- ·1 ancmg, no down payment. 5772. 3ctf · Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf HAY CUTTING Farm-All''; 'CITCHEN CABINETS, corne1 4 tractor; first hour $5; $4 there-;~ shelve,<;, book cases; birch, f.i! after; LE 7-4815 or LE 7-7484.'.l or knotty pine; built to yom 3ctf. ~·· ~pecifications; get the best fo; ·-------·--- · ,;- less-my prices are the lowest SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED . -;;: HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP Contents hauled away. Don 1 LE 7-5514. 3ctf Redford, 82::\2 So. Fawcett, GR · · - - - ·-~-.,.------2-7334. If no answer call GR South End Auto Wreckers 2-9222. 3ctf i USED PARTS Motors - Transmissions ERICK WORK - House level}' Tires - Batteries ing and .foundations, retaining i' We Buy Junk Cars walls, sidewalk and patios, fire-,'.· Also Custom Weiding place and stone work. LE 7""': .by Joe's Welding 4291. 3ctf · 1 Mile East Roy Y en Mt. Hy. Spanaway ·LE 7-6534

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CORNELL Plumbing & Heating

LE r,'- ;1293 SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re, place and repair work. 3 years RAY G.OGAN -Landscape Con· struetfon. Puyallup sandy loam .j' to pay; JU 8-8734 - G."R 4-5945. 3ct£ top soil, new lawns; nothing down, 30 months to pay. LE 71BLENDED TGP SOIL; peat; barn3127. 3ctl yard compost· sand· free estimates, JU 8-2111. ' 3ctf 1

Home & Commercial Wiring Range, Dryer & Water.Heater . . Repair

Electric Heating

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SANDY LOAM top soil, 6 yards 1FOUNDATIONS-New additions; $12; Buck, JU 8-3189. 3ctf'- free estimates, financing; work UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY ·• I .Jil guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf FOR ,woman 'that can set type HAIR CUT $1.00. Sunday t uu and operate 5x8 press, also· sew Thursday, 8:{l0 to 8:00. 1108 So .. ~! uuE·v n ll"ILRon a Necchi machine, this busi108th (at K St.) . . • . • • 3ctf~ 111''!1 llaL I!.!' Ha I 11ess can he operated froi..'11 any hon1e any,,,vhere, 110 investinent cANYoN-ROAD--CiiAvEL on Your part. \N rite to Ira L. SUPPLY; pick-ups and trcailcr~:· 1,11 JETS Shirk, 443 Fa\vcett, Tacoma . . loaded or we haul; LE 7-15:!h \11 SUBMERSIBLES 5p·1"

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HELP WANTED MALE · Pensioner to ca.ra for horses; hou::Je furnished; phone LE 73170 after 6 p.m. 5c46

W AN'r:!liD--'Experienced primary, kindergarten or nursery school teacher for playground group; Summit area; part time; Puyal ... lup TH 5-5353 or Tacoma LE 76323. 5c46

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NEA'r home on Lidford Road; only ono bcdroon1 but good pos .. e:ibiiitics. Beautiful site among the trees, Asking only $6250.00. Bob Anderson, LE 7-3394 or LE 7-8609. DAIRY FARM ONE of the best in the Graham area, 88 acres, peat and sandy loa:n1, so1ne timber; 4-hcrJroom modern home;. 33-stanchion barn, 6cstanchion parlm·; silo sprinkler system; all necessary farming and milking equipment $28,000.00, terms. Call Bob Anderson, LE 7-3884 or LE 78609. 8 LO'l'S AT Violet Meadow aml Ainsworth $2400.00; on contract for $800 dcwn. 804 SOUTH 111ST LOT 50'x100'; $700,0o. J eunie L. Grvdvig

FOR SALE OR TRADE - Female Chihnahua 11h years old, never been bred, for small type puppy, either sex Manchester or what have you? Phone VI 7-7428. -15c47

Don Flowers

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BR 2-0734 TH 5-17G6 TH 5-lSSZ

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HAY BALING Cutting and Raking For dependable work call J,Enox 7-83711

R~alty

JACK RANDLES

- - - - - - - - · · - - · · - - · - - - - WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also Safe~y ironing in your home or mine; - · •. $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE WANT;EP TO BVY' - Chrome or SAVE A LIFE 7-5398 or LE 7-7423. 14ctf wood dinette ~et, 4 chairs; GR 2-8655. 8p48 F~~~~AYHAY..6¥.ff~ CASH for _livestock of all kinds. Also wanted live cattle for mink feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK IN; MA .7-3565, Sctf

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FOR SALE Saanen mother goat and 4-months-old fern.ale kid; 5319 Vicker~; Road, WA 2-8066, 15c46

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ICE;.·'· Top soil, SatldY. loam •. pea···. P.o·wer M.owers A Specialty :with or without bu.ild. in.gs. fo1-bilizcr: GR 4~2305 .or J,E 7-¥ Free Pick.·up & Delivery 8259. 3ctf.~ PARKLAND 11220. Pacific Ave. CYCLE & KEY Office-Days: JLE 7-869ii CUS'TOM HAY BAILING; LE,, 7-F.1375. 11021 Pacific A.Ve. '.LE "I ·5'172 Ev'enfngs,,-WA 7·9221, GR 4-3315

SAVE$$$$ RUGS or wall-to-wall carpeting; 'M:ohawk, Bigelow, Hightstown, Barwick, U name it. Guaranteed installation by experts. Nothing down, 36 months to pay (Bank Terms). Get a bid-you'll be glad you did! Quality furniture on same terms. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific Ave., LE 7-3941. OPEN TILL 9:00. 15ctf

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LOST JOB and can't pay for this SINGER ELECTRIC PORTABLE; pay off $38 due at $5 each month and gd free demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market, FU 3-2551. 15c46

New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Tr11,cks Come to

insurance of All Kinde Fredrickson Notary l:'uhlic Est. in Parkland Since 19,n Bl Vl/or-k Wanted 14 LE 7-8609 Office PRIVATE DRIVER training lesIM\2 Garficl.d St., Pm·klm1ill sons; call LE 7-4495 any time. ~'Dea] \vith the people ¥I.Tho giue 14ctf you their personal e:t.i;ention. ''

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e.nd '~e~cly Mullms. There. wei:_e from the State Crange for two VlSltors prese;nt, Patsy _13;oh• mtui,ity s.e;rvic.e. diiy a11d fa~t Maste;r .J1~11,1y · . .., I{J?m.P,sy ,f;roo;i. V},0)17t :f',ry;iiie Bp'1~~ef: C)!.!b ~rtn~e .).ti ?')i:t'l;\'s,top cp,imty, .T)1e 11,2th Bo;:>ptei: <;lup hd~ TP.e )1a1i was beautifully de~- the July n;teeting .1'ht1t~d.~y ev:s.orated with lighted can!:Uer.i and ning, July 18, ,at the :hoih!' of Mi·. summer flowers.. The youi1g and Mrs. Thon;tas Elsdon. lt was Grangers p1·esent~d their ma.tron decided to discontihu'e meetings with a place setting of dinner and game nights until Septemwarc to match hcfr set. She was ber. However, ~ · pothtck supper Fruitland well party given F.riday evening, .also presontod ·with a Paet is planned for Friday evening, July 19, Ly"lfm· ,Tuven,i!e GrJ."W.ge l\1atron':?. p~n. by' Pa?t Mnster A.11guSt 23.J ~.t ~p_e WiJlip.th W?~i­ The pin·ty Freddy Ivli.nlder, \vho in iurn mm. home. Everyone is welco.tne 1

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July 25, 1957 PETERS & TRACY Attorneys 11024 Pacific Ave., Ta(!oma

APPLICATION NO. 1'1368

In the Superior Court. of the. State of Washington for the County .-0f . Pierce•.. No • 64322 . . ' . NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the ·Estate of MARION J. LAMBERT, : . a/k/a MARION ···- - · · JESSIE lbAMBERT , · · . peceased.- . Notice 1s hereby given tha~ the undersigned has been appomted and has quaiifi<;d as Adm!nistrator of the above . entitled estate; that all persons having claims against sai<;i .:l.eceased are hereby l'equired . ~o serve tI;e saT?e! _ duly verified, ..oi;i . said Phillip S. Tracy, admm1strator or Peters & Tracy, 'attorneys of record at the address belo:w stated, and hie ~he same w1tl_l: the C~erk of said. Court._ togc;th~r with proof of such service, w1t~m s1x months after the date of first publication of this .notice or the M. G. WALKER State Supervisor of same will be barred. Date of first publication July . Water Resources. 25, 1957. Published in the Times-Journal PHILLIP S. TRACY July 25; August 1, 1957. Administrator of said Estate. PETERS & . '!'R,,6,.CY Attorneys for Estate 11024 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Washington Published in the Times-Journal July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 1857.

TAKE NOTICE: State of. Washington, Office ·of That L. B. Rody-of Tacoma, Supcn:1sor <vf·Wat,er.Resourc!lS. Washington on ·June· 13, 1.95'7;· Olympia. "> .. . ·_ filed application for permit to NOTICE OF:· WATER.RIGHT divert the public waters of two . un,:,_ai:ied springs, in'the ·ani.punt. of 1.b second foot, subject to existing ·rights, from. April 15th to October ls~ ~ach ·Year for- ~he pu~·pose of irrigatioi; .an.d contn~uously · for domestic fish ·pond supply; that the approximate point of diversion is"locatedwith~ in S-'h SE\4 SE\4 Sec. 34, Twp. 17N., Rge. 4 E. and Government Lot 2 .of Section 3, Township 16 N., R!iµge 4 E. W,M., in Pierce County. _Any objections must be accompanied _by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with ··the 'State Supervisor of Water Resources .within thirty (30) days from August 1, 1957.. Witness my hand and official seal this 8th day of July, 1957.

to save regularly at the Family Savings

dozens of reasons why yo.u'lrlike Piggly Wiggly • . . convenience, variety; ·economy, and best of all, courtesy and service! Shop Piggly Wiggly regularly----you'll enjoy it and you'll save! · · '

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The development of your pullets during the next two months determines their ability, as prodLScers in the laying house this Fall. Triangle has a special formula to care for this developing stage of their growth. Its full nutrient balance produces faster growth and better development - plus building a bodily reserve for highest egg produ~tion. We 'have it in mash or cracked pellet form.

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and trail" horse e1hnination at 11:30 a.m. On Sunday the classes are a& follows: open jlfmpers; equitation; hm1ter seat, 18 and under; palomino horses, \-vestorn equipfl1Cnt; equitation, saddle seat in nll three age groups; v,rcstcrn pleasure horses; quarter horses; bridle path hacks; novice hunters; team pole bending; individual pole bending, ';'\.-"estern equipn1ent. The c~quitation classes vvill be pre-judged at 10:00 a.m. and y,restorn plcn::".urc l;iorsos prejudged at 11:30 a.m. The Owen Ellison trophy will be at stnke again in the tea1n polo bending. The Colts and Fillies have \Von this· trophy t'vice and :rvfossy rock ol}.Ce. Ariy tea1n winning this trophy three tim2s \vill get to keep it permanently~ You rnay be sure the Colts and Fillies -..vm be out to win it the third time and a good many other teams will be there to try to keep them from winning it. J·u.st watch the fun! Anuther perpetual trophy will he o.wardcd for the first. time at this show. It is a bigh point L·oph;v presented to the amateur who accumulates the highest number of points during the two day show. This trophy )s bei11g donated by the Bunkhouse located at 121'13 Pacific Avenue. Along thn trail we saw--Well, v;rhat do you hno,v!-0\ven Ellison bringing his new bride to Tacom:i lTnit n1ecting . . . Jackie \;\,Tise changing hc1· name to Mrs. Frank IvTycrs . . . our Kathy Co1npton tho best- dressed cov;.rgirl in the pm·ade at the Cle ElumRos1yn rodeo; Joe A1lcn the best dressed cowboy there . . . Ted l\.acI\ffakcn vvorking up in Canada for a spell and in the dog house 'cause he has on.ly '""'ritten one lil'cle 'ole card home-bet the puny express oniy goes up there every six vveeks. Send your nev,rs ifa~n1s to Larry's Mt; Vjew Cleaners, 11903 Pacific Ave., LE 7-3261.

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The seventh \Vcc~k of tho. su1n- Parle, Peck Field, and Franklin n ,··r playground season is a.bout Park fron1 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There begin. In conn;::ction 'vith the ·will be tournaments for boys r :Jutinucd stud:i-' of nnturc, ani; and girls in three age divisions. of all L.'JI;c:_; \V i.ll bu elJ1pha- pee -\vee n1idget and junior. The '.::i' ,·,d. Gn.n1r:~;. li:u1dicrafts and spo1·ts Ieo.tu.red are basketball, "·,r1cs \\·ill all h:1\·e an unin1al softhnll, volleyball, horse~hocs, t!:cmc. h~·nnis, table tennis and tetherT·1xo of tl~0 :3~:inn1er's top fca- ball. Sign up for a team_ i,,vith the tures arc to he held on the playground leader. l1;:::al pla~·grcunds. rhe al\vsys~·-'c-·•Tlt6""Franklin-Pierce storytc1lpc•1JLtlar pet ~hov,ri fcD.iuring ing -contest will be held Friday, r,\·c:rythinG· L·o::n l1u:.,terflics to l-iugust 2, at Da-.,vson Playfield. gnat~::, k'nrls the parade and a . A.t 2 p.111., representatives pnster ce>n test is to hre held in from all tho playgrounds will ccmnection with the handicraft compete for an opportunity to ;G3iQns. enter the ~aunty wide story'J'he sixth annu;:d ltll County telling contest the following \\'eek ;:purls J:c1mboree is to be held 'I'he public is encouraged to atV/1'.dnosd.ay1 J-uly 31, at V\Tright's · iend this ·event. *""'~-~ DAWSON The boys' softball team has a 3-4 record after having defeated previously unbeaten Portland Avenue last week. CENTRAL AVENUE Jump rope tournament to he held Fri-

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S-ianlcy's broke their first place tie vdth Khvanis aDd now lead the Jeaguc by one game over Ii:iv1anis and Nalley's . ~Er;ht cdGc over Orting Tcm::dning schedule. Each team has South left on its schedule, but SpanaW'.ly's other game is with fifth plaee Lacamas while Orting must

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Times journal v 12 no 46 jul 25, 1957  
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