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Volume 12, No. 47

Girl Scouts End Monday was a busy day for, the Parkland Volunteer Fire Department! Starting the day about 9:00 a.m. with a house fire from an overheated stove, the firemen battled four other blazes, all brush fires, the last weeking them· busy until 5:30 p.m. The five fires mark something of a record for. a single day at Parkland. The house fire called 15 men to ' the scene, 11 responding to eaeh of the brush fires. In all cases damage ·was held to the

1957 Day Camp Eight days of Girl Scout Day Camp e:>eperience at Spanaway has been completed for the 1957 session. Outdoor crafts, hikes, swimming, cooking, games and a last-day watermelon feed were among the activities, carried out. Participants in the program numbered 250. A site committee is being formed to start planning for next year's activities. Mrs. G. B. Craig will serve as chairman; Mrs. Lauri Lund as secretarytreasurer; Mrs. Donald Reed, publicity; Mrs. Walter Godfrey, transportation. Othors will be asked to serve in the near future. Thanks for services given in the operation of Day Camp activities this season go to: Mrs. Rufus Harvey, camp director; Mrs. Walter Godfrey, assistant; Mrs. Cliff Houskeeper, Mrs. Georg~ Johnston, Mrs,. John Hartzell, Mrs. Robley Ganders, Mrs. Lauri Lund, . Mrs. Donald Reed and Miss, Jerry Iverson.

evening 'in Jensen Gym, Fort L'ewis and all cowboys intereste.d in signing up as ropers, r.iders or daggers a;-e .invited to be present. Entries for all these events wii! rema.in open until Aug. 5.

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Federal Gas Tax Refund Dale Set Pierce county farmers were reminded this week to apply for a refund of federal taxes paid on gasoline used in farming operations during the 12 months ending June 30. All claims must be filed before October 1. C. R. Doran, county Extension agent, said the refund will amount to 3 cents per gallon in most cases. Howe;yer, if some of the gasoline used in the past 12 of months was purchased before July 1, 1956, the tax refund will be 2 cents on that amount.

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Hc~d Reunion 4th

The Svinth clan reunion is scheduled f~r Sunday, Aug. 4, at the hcthany picnic area on the _ 'll.eee 1H1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mountain Highway at 'Rocky . ' , Ridge. : here's f~;:~":,f:CSf relief : . 'rhe origi11a1 .family, Jens and Vacation Trh'!i Karen s:inth and seven children, : from costly hcm:i' F came direct fr:om Denmark to . Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Marr Tacoma in 1891 and settled in of 1(ndland are home again af:,er the timber area west of Roy. : FAIRBANKS·MORSE : a pleasa.:iJ ,~lwe~-weeks vac_a~ion . There are now over 150 direct trip to Texas wnl:>ri'' they. vrnile.d descendants. living in Chehalis, their son Bill and fa/'l:Lv .. m thell' Enumclaw, Tacoma and other new home. at Lubbock ana'· tTIW~ places in the area, with several their new granddaughter, Carey '•jj.p the service of their country. Eileen. Bill is attending Texas Thl:c<'.' ,£J, ~he first group arc liv'l'ech at Llibbock. Lt. L~n·y Ma.rr, ing: Lars ·::fy·,i11,th of Bremerton; ·o currently taking jet pilot tram- Paul Svinth of Chefrc1]is and the "ing at Laredo Texas Air Force Rev. H. N. Svinth of 'l'acQina. IHI> Base, joined the family for the asclkimS @lllHIJeOeeeeeee411

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IS IT A POMATO? Who ever heard of tomatoes growing on potato vines·~ Just to prove that this weird arrangement can happen and is happening right now, here is a picture of Jack Hetherlin in his lush garden at South llOth and Yakima. In his left hand he holds a cluster of small perfectly formed green tomatoes picked from a potato plant from which be has just dug a fine big new potato. Mr. Hetherlin, who makes an exciting hobby of gardening, is growing 16 varieties of tomatoes and several kinds <>f potatoes, the tomato-bearing potato vines being the White Jewel type. He attributes the unusual freak to cross pollenization of the adjacent plants by ·bees. The Hetherlin garden also contains another inte1·esting "sport"-a cabbage plant bearing brussels sprouts along the stem and a perfect head of cauliflower growing out of the middle of the cabbage head. Richly fertilized and beautifully cultivated, the garden plot is producing fine crops ·of tomatoes, potatoes, corn, cucumbers, s<1uash, beets, parsnips and several other tasty vegetables. McKewen Studio Photo.

Exhibits ate welcome from anyone. Show hours are 10:00 .a. m. to 10:00 p. m. Saturday 10:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Sunday. .Refreshments will be available in the building. Come and see the beauty in rocks. Lloyd W. Gilbert.

, The six N cs ton sisters ( lhefr mother the late Margrctc Svinth Ncston) are. sponsoring the big family event with a get .. together luncheon ai; 1:00 p; m. A b1'ief survey of ·pioncci·. days will be given. There · will be games and contests for the. children; the men will have a )JaU game.

J.?r1·'ound Observer Coi·ps are ·urged to attend the meeting of the Ioc11l post at 7 p.m:, Saturday, August lO at the home of Mrs. Irene Howell, 957 S. l20th. Sgt. Phelps of the U. S. Air Force will make presentations of awards and will show an interesting movie. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. ·Here in Parkland some of us honestly think that there is no danger of another war. Not now at least. Let's face facLs. Right now the Red Air Force has more than a thousand long range bombers capable of striking any part of· the United States. They could reach us in a matter of hours. Sn why not do everything to prevent an attack - above all a surprise attack. You are wanted in the Ground Observer Corps. Wear yo111· sil ve1· wings protidly. Call LE 7-515£1 today. By James B. Olsen.

lmpr.oving Mrs. Grover Myers of 10615 South Park _avenue is at hon1e agaln 1 convalescent from an illness which kept he1· in a Tacoma hospital for three weeks .

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Honoring their house guest, Liston Carey of Herron, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. William M. Marr of Midland entertained with a family dinner Saturday evening at the home of their son and <laughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Marr. Guests invited from Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Cr?y, Mr. and Mr~. S. B. Mos:r and daughters Lmda, Cynthia and Suzanne, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mathews, Mrs. R. V. Croy and son Steven; from Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0, Carey and Mr. and Mrs.. Irvin Carey; from Centralia, Mr. and Mrs. James Hawks. Also present were the three sons of the William 0. Marrs-'Gene. Donald and Tom-

THANKS! and thanks again for your tremendous response· to our newly enlarged store. JUST IN and too late to price, but you can get BONE-DRY Boys shoes - Mens Safety toe shoes and boots - Mens solelcss moccasins, etc. as much as 50% OFF! SPECIAL PURCHASE - Boys and Mens Basket Ball Tennis Shoes, white only ............ $3.49 Pr. USgD Shoes, Boots, OxfOJ"ds .......... $1.00 Up

Filling out the form is a simple prnccss, Mr. Doran says. Inforn1rrtion rcquil'cd includes name address!

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WALLER ROAD HALL 64th & Wall er Road SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . 9:45 A.M. JVlORNING WORSHIP ....•... 11:00 A.M. \Ve preach Christ Crucified .•• The Powe1· of God and the Wisdom of God!

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Special Meeting Pursuant to Chapter 216, Laws, 1953, you are hereby notified that at 2:00 o'clock P. M., Pacific Standard Time, on the 22nd day of August 1957. The Board of Directors of Puyallup School District No. 3, Pierce County, Wash., will hold a special meeting at the office of the Pierce County Treasurer in the County Court House at Tacoma, Washington, for the purpose of opening bids for the purchase of $180,000 of general obligation of the district and taking action with respect thereto · MARION OSTRON Clerk of the Board of Directors

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The ·SnanL1\\~ay ...4.uc.tioneers an<l the Wilkens, Packers meet tonight qt 5:1cf p.ru,. for the fast half title in the Bdh cl Pee W ce League. The Packers were awarded a game which had previously been rec.orded as a loss and this result.ed iri poth the Packers and the Auctioneers having identical records. · If the Packers win. tonight, thB championship game wiWbe played Monday, August .5th at 5:45. The Auctioneers won the second half title outright.

'Qman who was found dead in: an tlle filth and the refuse, and the '" ·· g conditions, one wo:tild be li;ad died poverty stricken. However, ··'"' cleaned out, aJarge amount of d.Jn fact th~. :woman was e:xtremely ~1)'.' isolatedju,cident but rn,any times af ikcounts- appear ilf the pa.pei:·s.

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this office is hereby established, t(.l .take...effect {his date. This diy7 ision will have charge of all matters pertaining to military ballooning, nir machines, and all kfodred subjects. All data .on hand will be carefully qlaq~ifie4 and plans perfected for future tests and ex1Jeriments . .. •" "All kh1dred subjects" - the De+,~: J.u.rust.J, 1907., beginning of the air age. An era Fro:m the Office of the Chief that ha.s brought powered flight Sio-m1t Officer. Wm· Dnnartment: far beyond the d1·eams of its Division of early pioneers. Da~e: :fuly 27, 1947. '!'he. National S~curityA~.t of 19·17 )'{as sign~;l Fc:iu:r days :;ho~t of forfy yAars after the origina1 memorandum, this branch of military avint.ion achieved autonomy as the United States Air Force-an equal and separate 89rvtce. And with the appointip.ent 9,[ a Secretary of the -0,iy Eorce,c;n;LSeptember 18, 1947, th,e Air Force assumed .its mission "to gain and maintain general

Before departing for England, fonne1· base commandm· Colonel Henry L. Crouch, Jr. wrot.e a ["1:tor of u.ppreciation to Frieda. "Your attention to_, duty is in keeping with the highest trai;.lition or th,J United States Air Force. \Ve hprc at McChord are ::nest fortunate. _to n-U1nber you trnong faniily," the letter stated. in part. ~·= A.fter receiving nurse's aid training at the Joint Disease Hos- pita] in New York, .F1'ieda volLmteered ·to assist ill the care for the retuniees at Veterans Administration Hospital 1irior to her entrance in the military. a.New

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FOR SALE Siegler heaters ELECTROLUX at Pmltland J?uel Oil Service; NOTICE OF SALE OF LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. LOST HIS JOB and can·t pay for REAL ESTATE 15ctf thi~ nice cleaner; has all nt- In the Mn tter of the Estate of tnchments; only $29 due nt ~;:; WILLIAM M. LAMBERT, a/k/a ·roR SALE-Part Terrier puppies, cnch month with Jree home WILLIAM MITCHELL LAM3 months old; 11408 Golden Giv- demonstration: UPTON ELECBEI{T. a/k/a WILLIAM en. Road. l5c47 TRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU LAMBERT, 15c47 Deceased. FOR SALE Davenport and :J-2551. chair; miscellaneous; LE 7-551G. Notice .is hereby gh·cn t.hnt 15c47 PHILLIP S. TRACY, in his capacity as . administrator of the FOR SALE - Bay golding, good above estate, will sell, at private hunting horse, $125; 5121 East sale, for co.sh, or best terms Mt: ·Tacornn Dl'i\'e; phone LE a\•allable, nn undivided two 1Gp47 ninths (2/9.) interest in the fol7 -GG77. 1o\ving describ~d real eslatr~: The Northeast quarter of tho Southwest quarter of the South·· east quarter of Section 26, Tow!)PETERS & TRACY ship 2o North, Range 3 East of Attorneys the W.M. ALSO, beginning at the 11021 Pacific Ave., Tacoma Northwest comer of the East half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26, To·wnship· ·20 N01·th, _Range 3 East of the W~ M., running thence North to the Puyallup of Indian Reservation; thence Southeasterly along the line of said reservation to a point directly North of the Northeast corner of said East half of the Southwest quarter of the. Southeast Deceased. quarter of said Section. 26; thence Notice is hereby giver). that the LOCKER BEEF, 'wholesale plus undersigned .has been appointed South .to the .Northeast corner of t.he East half of the Southwest cutting and w1·apping, also reand has qualified as Administail . counter. Avenue Meats, trator of the above entitled quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26; thence West 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox 7-3570. l5ctf estate; that all persons having to the place of beginning. claims ag::;i11st said deceased are EXC:SP'r therefrom a strip of hpreby req,nircd to serve the same, duly verified, on said land 100 feet wide running paraPhillip S. Tracy, Administl'.alor llel with and adjacent to the or Peters & Tracy, attomeys of Southwesterly line of the Puyalrecord at the address below stat- lup Indian Reservation as aped, and file the s!lme with the propriated by the City o.f TaREGISTERED German Shepherd Clerk of s.aid Court, togethc1· with coma, in Pierce County Superior mnlc at stud; Champion .. blood- proof of such service, within six Court Civil Case No. 72871. line; inquire at 8020 South J months . after the date of first Situate in the Cou11ty of Pierce, . Street. 15c46 publication of this notice or the State of Washington. to the highest bidder for cash, or the - same will he bm''" d. Date of first r:iblication July best erms available. Bids must be submitted in wl'iting and may 25 ,1957. be left with the administrator, at PHILLIP 8-. TRACY J.1024 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma 44, Adrninist--ator Washington. of said Estate Bids .·will be received until the PETERS & TRACY date ·.of · snfo. The sale v•ill be Attorneys for Estate made on or after August 15, 1957, 11024 Pacific .1we., and the administrator reserves Tacoma, Washington. Published in fae Times-Journal the right to reject any and all bids. July 25; August 1, 8, 1957. PHILLIP S. TRACY Peters k>d Tracy AttorneyB for Admin. PETERS & TRACY istrator0 Attorneys 11024 Pacific Ave., Tacoma 11024 Pacific Avenue Tacoma 44, Washington In the Superior Court of the Sfa.fe SLIGHTLY USED Published in the Time"·Journal of Washington for the County NOT ABUSED August 1, 8, 1957. · .of Pierce. MODERN metal panel twin beds, walnut wood grain .finish. Good No. 64322 box spring and brand new inPETERS & TRACY . nerspring mattress. Complete NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorneys $49.50. In the Matter of the Estate of 11024 Pacific Avenue PARKWAY FURNITURE MARION J. LAMBERT, Tacoma 44, Wash. 141st & Pacific Ave. LE 7-3941 a/k/a MARION Open Till 9:00. · l5c47 JESSIE LAMBERT ---. ----In The Superior Com·t of The Deceased. LEA VE FILM at Quality Photo State ... of Washington County Service for dP.veloping. In at of Pierce. Notice.is hereby given that the 10. out at 5. 981R 'Pacific __Ave undersigned has been appointed -__ NO. 63422 and has qualified as ,AdminisFOR SALE Studio upright trator of the above entitled OF SALE OF NOTICE piano. Like new, $200; phone estate; that all persons having REAL ESTATE LE 7-8502. 15c47 claims against said deceased are SELL OR TRADE-Rotm·y cloth- here by required to serve the In The Matter of the Esfa.te of MARION J. LAMBERT, a/k/a es dryer, never used, $10: double same, duly verified, on said MARION JESSIE LAMBERT, waffle iron, $8; VI 7-7428. 15c47 Phillip S. Tracy,. administrator Deceased. or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of record n t the address below statCOULD THIS BE YOU? Notice is hel'eby given that NEED.A TV? No money but good ed, and. file the same with the PHILLIP S. TRACY, in his cacredit, come in and 've will Clerk of said Court,; together pacity as administrator of the make you. a real deal on our with proof of such service, within above estate, will sell, at private 25c a day meter plan. UPTON six months after the date of first sale, for cash or best terms avail~ ELECTRIC . CO., 1148 Market publication of this notice or the able, an undivided seven ninths St., FU 3-2551. 15c47 same will be barred. (7 /9) interest in the following ··------··Date of first pubiication July described real estate: STATTON WAGON OWl\TERS 25, 1957. The Nol'theast quarter of the NOW you can buy a Custo.m built PHILLIP S. TRACY Southwest quarter of the SouthKar-Rae you. can be proud to Administratc1' of east quarter of Section 26, Put on your Station Wagon. said Estate. Township 20 North, Range 3 East Bmutifully vamishP.d. idves that of the .Willamette Meridian, ALSO PETERS & TRACY "town & country" look Posibeginning at the Northwest tive clip and turn-buckle fast- At.torneys for Estate corner of the East half of the ening secure your Kar-Rae 11024 Pacific Ave., Southwest quarter of the SouthEasily han<lled by one person Tacoma, Washington Published in foe Times-Journal east quarter of Said Section 26, Save $40.00 per Rae. 0l'chard To\vnship 20 N01·th, Range 3 Hill D1lplexes, office, 143rd & July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 1857. East of the Willamette Meridian, Pacific Ave. So., Phone LE 7-5194. 15p48 State of Washington, Office of nmning thence North to the PuySupervisor of Water Resources allup .Indi!!-n Reservation; thence Southeasterly along the line of Olympia. PARTLY fumished modern cotss,id reservation to a point directtage on ranch property. Rent NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT ly. North <Jf .the Nor.theast corner free for slight caretaker dutites. APPLICATION NO. £4368 of said East ha1f of the South~ Rt. 1, Box 220, Eatonville, VI 7west quarter of the $outheast 7354, after 8. 15c47 TAKE NOTICE: That L. B. Rody of Tacoma, quarter of said Section 26; thence BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL Washington on June 13, 1957, South to the Northeast corner 8x10 tinted portrait. $2.50. 8411 filed application for permit to of the East half of the Southwest. So. Pnrk Ave. Fa!!Uly Portr'1it divert the public waters of two quarter of the Southeast qua1·ter Studios. 15ctf unnamed springs, in the amount of said Section 26; thence West of LO second foot, subject to ex- to the place of beginnin&-. FOR SALE - BatMnette, play isting rights, from April 15th, to EXCEPT the.refrnm a strip of · pen, red nylon physuit, size l. Oct.ober 1st each year for the land 100 feet wide running paraBassinet pad. LE 7 ~37 40 ~ fter purpose of irrigation and contin- llel with and adjacent. to the 6 p.m. 15c47 uously for domestic fish pond Southwesterly line of the PuyalPARKLAND FURNITURE -New supply; that the approximate lup Indian Reservation as apand used miscellaneous; Airport point of diversion is located with- propriated by the City of Tacoma & Pacific Ave, Residence phone in S 'h SE'%, SE'%, Sec. 34, Twp. in Pierce County Superior Court LE 7-3748. 15ctf 17N., Rge. 4 E. and Government Civil Case No. 7287:1.. _____________ .. Lot 2 of Section 3, Township 16 Situate in the County of FOR SALE 110 stout old N., Range 4 E. W.M., in Pierce Pierce, State of Washington. to growth cedar posts; LE 1-1707. County. th<:J highest and best bidder for 15p47 Any objections must be ac- cash, or the best terms avail---companied by a two dollar able. Bids must be submitted in ( $2.00) recording fee and filed writing and may be left with the with the Stale Suncrvisrn: of administrator, at 11024 Pacific BULLDOZING - DITCHING Wafa:~1~ R.esou.rces ".vithi:r~ thirty Avepue: TricomB -44, Washington. GRAVEL - TOP SOIL - SEPTIC (30) days from August 1, 1957. Bids will be received until the TANKS - DRAIN FIELDS Witness my hand and official date of sale. The sale will be made on or after August 15, seal this 8th day of July, 1957. 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup 1057. The administrator reserves Phone Pi(yaHup -TH 5-2452 M. G. WALKER the right to reject any nnd all State Supervisor of bids. EVINRUDE MOTORS. Bryant Water Resources. PHILLIP S. TRACY boats; wagon wheels for sale. Peters And Tracy Published in the Times-Journal Don't carry it---drive right into Attorneys for our complete out-board motor July 25; August l, 1957. 11024. Pacific Ave. repair service shop. 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CASH for Ii vestock of all kinds. ler; fireplace, automatic oil 4291. 3ctf SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny Also wanted live cattle for mink heat.; hirchwood kitchen, large Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox feed. WA 2-6797. ELMER MACK dining area; fenced yard; close HAIR CUT $1.00. Sunday ihru 1-0856. to schools, bus, stores; $750 3ctf IN; MA 7-3565. 8ctf down, rest' on terms; 617 Violet Thurscby, 8:00 to 8:00. 1108 So. ---·-·--·-·-- .. 108ib (at l'C St. l •.. . • . .3ctf Meadow. 9c4 7 fl Real Estate CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & Free Estimates FOR SALE - One bedroom modSUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers Guaranteed Satisfaction erJ:l home; electric heat, wired SPECIAL ACREAGE loadod or we haul; LE 7-7586 Emergency 8erviue lGO ACRES . . . . . . . . . . . . $6600 for washer and dryer; 102nd and .::lctl East Vi'ashington, side of street; 40 ACRES & Biiildings ... $6900 phone LE 7-5972. 9c47 LE 7-351l3 5 ACRE Tracts .... , ..... $750 Bl!lU.DOZ6NG 33 ACRES-15 cleared, 2-bed- FOR SALE - 1 acre, corne1· of South 80th and Sheridan; see <ITClIEN CABINETS, eorner Basements - Logging room modern house, good barn, 'helve.s, book cases: birch, fir $9500. Terms. Call 'rhorne Tib- owner at 1307 South 80th. 9c47 sr knotty pine; built to yom 2~7438 bitts. specificaUons: get the best for • Rentals 7m54~7 'ess--my prices are the lowest Homes In Parkland Commun- --·-... ·--··--·"' ities; Acreage close in, either HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP FOR RENT - 2-room apartment; 3ctf with or without buildings. clean, comfortable, compact; SCHEENED TOP SOIL No; LE 7-5514. good for single person or couple; tocks or roots. Crushed Rock, South End Auto Wreckers $60 month, utilities paid; 751 Drain Gravel, Fill" Dirt arid 11220 Pacific Ave, USED PARTS South llOth, LE 7-5181. 10c47 Screened Road Gravel that Office-Days: LE 7-8695 packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd Motm·s - Transmissions Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3315 FOR RENT OR SALE - 2-bedAve. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. Tires - Batteries room house with heater and 3ctf We Buy Junk Cars $5900.00 - 13lst & Pacific range; will partly furnish; near Also Custom Welding 10c48 SELL OR TRADE for 2-bedroom Bethel Hi. VI 7-7333. by Joe's Welding home close to McKinley Ave. 1 Mile East Ifoy Y on Mt. Hy. V cry neat inside and out; fair FOR RENT - 2-bedroom modSpnnaway LE 7-li5:H sized living room, kitchen wired ern home, $50 month; Rt. 3, Box 548, Tacoma; LE 7-8394. 10c47 HAY CUTTING, side delivery I_ • 220, good built-ins, nook space; rnlw, plowing and discing. Baler 4 Fuel auto. hot watel'; l b0droom, 3- WANTED TO RENT - 2 or 3 nvailable. LE. 7-•1'11'1. 93rd and ·piece bath; concrete foundation; bedroom house in Parkland Vickery Road. 3ctf FOR SALE-24-inch hardwood & 3 lots, garage. Call Ralph Deck- area; not over $70 a month; CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of fir for fireplace; $12 cord, you er, GR. 4-9579. phone LE 7-3241. 10c47 all kinds; WA 2-6952. 3ctf haul; 1114 South 141st Street. GI - $150.00 DOWN 4p47 - - - - - - - - - · - - - - - · ··--LARGE combination living and 0 Repair Service ti ~TAl\"S SUPER SOIL SERV dining room; l bedroom down, rrg· Top soil sandy loa,m, pea 2 up; 3-piCC() bath; hardwood WASHING MACHINE PARTSfe1'tilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7floors; full basement,auto. oil Largest stock in town. Repair8259. 3ctf UNUSUAL OPPOR;I'UNITY furnace; garage; 3 lots; close to ing that pleases. BB's 'Washer FOR woman that can set type bl.ls. ~nd stores; price $7!100.00. Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 and operate 5x8 press, also sew Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. lictf on a Necchi machine, this busi$5950.QQ ness can be operated from any home any where, no .investment 4 BEDROOMS; livh1g room, dinA~e Di5j Movim1g Co. on your part. Write to Ira L. ing room; kitchen wired 220, '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS: bl'ealdast nook; utility room; 3DuEldOzing - Ditching Shirk, 443 Fawcett, Tacoma. wholesale prices. SMALLEY 5p47 piece bath; small greenhouse; G MOTORS. 10,110 Pacific . Ave .. TOP SOIL - GRAVEL fruit. trees. $725.00 takes out LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings. SEPTIC TANKS and HELP WANTED MALE -:- Pen- equity, payments$55 per month. 'lundays. DRMNFIELDS 12ctf sioner to care for horses; house Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. Phohc TH 5-2-352 furnished; phone LE 7-3170 FOR SALE - Two Sunday school RAY GOGAN Landscape Conafter 6:00 p.m. 5c47 buses; see at Trinity Lutlwran struction. Puyallup sandy loam 63.!1 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 Church, .Parkland. Must '.pell; top soil, new lawns;. nothing phone Member of Tacoma Real Estate will consider any offer; pll.one down, 30 months to pay. LE 7LE 7-0201 or LE 7-8788. 12c47 Board 5p47 3127. 3ctf

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Brother vVayne and Jim Connelly hii, homers for the winners. In the Wcstei;,. Division, Nallcy's dl'nbbed Stanley's l0-1, to move into the top spot. Del Michaelson pitched a i.hree-hitter ar>d Ron Chilton and Manager J-apk llern1s8n hon::cruns for Nalle-y's. l"h~nnscn's V\rus a grand s]u.n1n1.c1_· jn tho sixth innin.g. 'fhe St. Paul & Tacoma Lun1bennen '\\·hitev\rashed I\:hvanis, J 5-0 1 and picked up a g:::J.n1c fro:n1 Lc:'.h.ovv·ood on a forfeit, and n1ovcd into the league lead along with N111lcy's and Stanley's. S11ana'\vay and Edp;c\vood appe'ar to ha·ve the edge i!l next vveek) s finnl games. Spanavvay plays filth place Lacamas and Edgewood meets cellar dwelling Puyallup. South Prairie and Orting battle at Orting vvith the winner sharing in the title. The box score of the Spanaway vs South Prairie game. SPANAWAY AB R H PO A H:rnsch, cf ........ ;3 () 1 1 0 Jones, 2b .......... 4 O O 5 ,3 Jacobson, rf ........ 4 O l l 0 Brammer, lb ..... , 4 0 0 10 l Olson, ss .......... 4 0 2 3 3 I-ItnvardJ ::n1 ........ <l 0 0 0 1 Billings, lt ......... 2 1 0 3 0 Byd, c ............ 3 0 0 l 0 Bre\Yer, p ... ~ ..... 3 0 1 0 h TOTALS ...... 31 l 5 24 H SOUTH PRAIRIE AB H H PO A Gn1·d, ~;s .. ~ ......... 3 0 1 4 2 HodclcT. c ...... 3 1 0 8 2 Anderson, lb' ..... 4 1 1 9 0 Bauar, cf ........ ,.3 0 0 1 0

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their new ranch out by the H.oy Y (he is the husb;md of Jeann·2tte Erichr::cnJ 11ovv 1Vfin1s) ...• Leone Stent's new Dodge (ne;v to her) that she can't get to drive 2 bec:1ilse her father ·likes it so well . Margaret M.cMaken celolira~ing her birthday at the Unit show.

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Rich's Wolves won a pa~r ~f Franklin-Pierce area playgames last week to move withm grounds will h~ve their district o_no game of the Bantam League story, telling contest at Dawson title. They have one game to Pl f' ld F 'day August 2nd a.. t d ay ie ' n ' ' ' . h M'dl 1 pla~. that b emg w1t an 2 p. m. This event will have tomght. entrants from all the playgrounds The Wolves edged their chief in the area. The winners in each rivals, the Boys' Club Legion division will enter the all county Post 222, 2-1, on the pitchingand tinals the 7th of August. Adult~ hitting of the Ho hert brothers. and other children are encourBill pitched a one-hitter and aged to come out and see and fanned 14. The lone Boys Club participate in the activities of run was u.nenrned. the day. Games will be conducted Medved, the loser, also allowed by the leaders in addition to only one hit, and struck out 12. the feature event. ' . After the Boys Club opened The week of August 5 to 9 the scoring with a second inning is sea life week on the county tally, the Wolves tied it with an playgrounds. Some of the special uneaocned run .in the fourth in- events will be a beach trip with .ning. a study of interesting sea life. 'I'om Chclius was safe on an A treasures from the sea contest ei·ror to open the Wolves eighth. is to be held along with a water Larry Le.l'son sacrificed him to carnival at Spans.way's Met. second and he moved to third on Park Dist. beach. There will be Dave Gamache' s infield .r.oller... "·· ··-inner tube . relays, splash ball, Don :Hobert got the Wolves water dodge, ball, fish scramble first hit at this point, a long and other events. drive line single to score Chelius with the winning ·run. The Wolves. picked up 11 hits ao-ainst the SEBC Connors and V/eth Bill Hobert pitched another one· The Associated Ladies Auxithitter in winning, 12-2. iary of Puget Sound Firemen The linescores: met June 4 at 8:00 p.m. at the Boys Club .. 010 000 00-1 1 3 Nol'th Puyallup"Fire Distl'ict No. Rich's Wolves 000 100 01-2 1 l 11. Meeting was called to order Medved and Marx; B. Hobert by President, E\'Blyn Mol'rison. and D. Hobert Roll call of Auxiliary, present was Rich's Wolves ...... 12 11 2 taken. There were nine district SEBC Connors . . . . . . . . 2 1 4 represented. . Hobert and D. Hobert; SagiShirley Garrett reported the naw' and Keller Association was asked to help make approximately 350 box lunches for the Field Day Activities at Auburn General Depot to be held June 16. Marge Leseing reported on the Muscular Dystl'ophy Convention held recently in Portland, Ore. She asked the association's. help i for the Muscular Dystrophy drive A no-sponsor, no-Host, thein November. more-the-merriel', Cascade Moun, The next association n1ecting tain trail rid.2 is planned for will be held August 6, at the August 10th and 11th. Present plans call for the ex- Lakewood Fire Department Main pedition to leave Parkland on Station, Pierce County District Saturday, August 10th and camp at the foot of the trail Saturday Mo!:.!!r&t~in in and out on

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The outstanding county wide event to be held this week is the junior golf tournament at Meadow Park ·Golf Course, August 5. All hoys and girls 18 years .of age and under may enter ,the various divisions with out any cost for green fees. Play will begin at 8 a. m. for the seniors who will play 36 holes. Prizes and awards for the winners and runners up will be given. Entry blanks may be obtained' from your playground leader as well· as further information that might be needed. Another event of special interest to the younger children is the Mighty Mite Heyday to he held at Franklin Playfield (South 12th and Puget Sound) on Aug· ust 7th at 1 p.m. The county storytelling finals as well as tournr.ffients in checkers, hopscotch, tether ball, jump rope, and jacks be held.

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NOTIC!:. Notice is hereby given by the Lacamas school board 324, that the regular school boanl meeting will be hclcl 'Ned., August 7, at 9:00 o'clock at the Lacamas school. Mrs. Albert Kizcr, Clerk

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V!SITS, TRIPS Carl Gaut of Los Angeles is visiting his pai•ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Go.tit. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gaut have returned from their vacation in California where they visited her parents aiid also Albelt's sister and family, the John

Clarys. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Flowers returned home Friday from their frip to Yellowstone National Park, reporting a wonderful time r.nQ. the plensurc of visiting thru i'6vCn st:ites. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cronkite of Bremerton were guests of Henry Horn the past week. M1·s. Amos LaRoche entertained last week h<'r sister, Mrs. Olive U,bert of Soap Lake, and her niece and family of Centralia, also ~.>fr. and Mrs. Floyd· Harrold of Olympia. Mrs. LaRoche was taken· ill last Friday and her husband took her to the Auburn hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Alsen from Chiscago, Minn., are visiting their son, Earl. On Saturday Earl took ~i~ fathE)r on a .fishing trin to the ocean and Mrs. Ann St;ell and 1>ai·ty took Mrs. Alsen to Copalis' Beach over the weekend. Harry Lambert of Seattle spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambert. Bill Fitzer and his cousin, Don Fitzer and Jerry Snell enjoyed a fishing trip of a few days on the Cispus. Reporter-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

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When a fircmnn knocks at The Messengers of North Park yom· Lloor within the next foi:,,. College, Qhicago, Illinois, will weE'irn, he will give you the tele- present a program of hymns and phcnc number and instructions anthems in their appearance at for calling the fire department. Harvard Covenant Church, 84th 'fhcse men aro all putting in and Portland Ave., on August 1 their time on a volunteer basis at 7:,15. Their pmgram here is to protect yom· home and mine. one of sixty concerts being given Perhaps we cnn all reciprocate by. on a ten weeks tour of the west. buying tickets to ,the 'Firemen's The Messengers are students Ball, to be held Aug. 31 at the at North Park College n co-edCollins Grange hall. It's a very ucatio;.,_al college, founded in 1891 worthy cause and no one has by the Evangelical Mission Covever gone home unhappy yet! cnant Church of America. Tile CUB PICNIC first freshman efass in the new Cub Scout Pack 92 enjoyed an- four-year college was enrolled other amrnal picnic at Spana way . last September. The seminary of park last Sunday.. All Scouters the Covenant denomination is and their families enjoy this also a part of the North Pa:rk yegr]y get-toi;ethor. There were campus. During the school year rnces for all ages, swimming for these young people narticipated everyone nnd of course a good in programs, church services, old ball game. A wonderful ti11rn and other musical activities in was had by nll. the Chicagol<md area.

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Nevis By Morrill Delano I am having many inquiries as to the white spots, up to the size 0£ a 50 cent piece, now being observed on peaches. This is mildew, and is quite common on peaches raised in the Puget Sound area. Nearing fruit maturity, these white spots, (caused by the fungus), turn brown,·· often times russeting and deforming the peach.

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County Junior Fair have been chosen by ten 4-H Clubs: Sally Ackerson of the 4-H Krafty I\apers Club of Thrift; Peggy McCarthy, Busy Fingers Club of Midland; Jean Carson, Thrift 4· H Club; Janet Schaefer, Busy Little Cooks of Riverside; Joan Miller, the Busy Bee Clover Club of Parkland; Carol Kilgore, the Community Workers Club of Firgrove; Dorothy JLlpovich, Waller Road Lassies'· Club of Waller Road; Kathryn Grab, Prairie Girls Club of South Prairie and Carla Harting~ Bllsy Sewers of Columbia Crest District, will all be part of Queen Valeria Bombardier's court Thursday night, .August 15 at Sumner.

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other groups in archery. The nine boys going with Scoutmaster George Newcomer are Leslie Ulrich, Raymond Kerbs, Jimmy Strong, Erwin Spencer, Claude Hubbard, Bob Boy Scout Troop 174 from West,. Dale Stole, Tommy Grass Woodland are spending this and Terry Storm. week, July 28 to Aug. 1 'f.t Camp .EVERGREEN 4-H Hahomas on Hoods Canal. 'l'hc Evergreen 1-H club will They. have set up campsites, built fireplaces, set up the tents meet Aug. ~ instead of Aug. 1 and are taking their turRs w;th -and \.vill n1ake ·plans for exhibits the cooking and clean-up, to be for tho Sumner Fair which will graded as a group on their be held Aug 14 to 17 at Spartan Ficlr in Sumner. One m<;mbcr 0£ carnpsites. There will also be hiking, the club, Skipper Wade, won a boating, swimming, marksman- blue ribbon on one of his yellow ship training, forest conservation; roses at the Tacoma Rose show the troop will compete with in June.

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They invite all Pierce County 4-H, Dairy and Livestock members to show. Waller Road, September 6 and 7 at Waller Road Community Hall at 64th and Waller Road. Their fair committee is headed by E. Costantini and Mrs. Myers Wheeler. 4-H ·leaders there always help, too. · Lacamas Fair, ,September 14 at Lacamas School. Elmer Lorson and various other community leaders are planning and working on this one.

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I,.ady Queen. of Heaven chmch. Please Help! With very little news available during the summer months, it would be a great help if anyone knowing of an interesting item, Mrs. Eva Jupiter has retur~ed would call your reporter. 'Won't from South Dakota where she you please help! Reporter - Mrs. Ted Ottestead was called by the serious illness LE 7-7658. of her mother. Visites, Trips Mr. and Mrs. Dave I?arker ·and & Sew family spent the ~veekend. at the The regular meeting of the Sip By Mickey Hamlin ocea. & Sew 4-H club met with Martha Ed Ittner is spending a few Hovey July' 27 and discussed the Jill Corey's recording of "Love days vvith his daughter, Freda cpming Sumner Fair events and Tl/fc To PieccS/ 'fro1n the recent Croft, at Mukliteo. Mr. Ittner is in what events the membs1·s will Studio One production, is beginrecuperating from an attack of enroll. ning to climb the ladder of flu. Demonstrations were hold in popularity quite rapidly. Jill's Arlie Sartain has returned the dining room. Each girl version was the only one used from California after a two-month brought a frozen dessert which for the television play while s1ar visit with his sister, Lavina. Bennye Gatteys, who reached · Mrs. Elhaney, with ~1 er mother, she displayed and tol.d about. national prominence as a con- his mother and her daughter We all sampled them an<l <lis· t~stant. on the musi;al q~1iz 1;,~me Mary Lou, left Monday, Jitly 29, covered there are many good Tnat T<mE>., sunply momhed che for a few days' vacation at Wcost- cooks in our club. Shirley Bottig-er, reporter. words. port. Those of you who saw the proWeddings duction will recall the recording Nanna Myers, daughter of session as the highlight of the Thome.s 0. Myers, and Donald evening. Although "Love Mc To ~Icrgensen \.ViJl he married Aug. Pfoces'' wasn't actually recorded 17 at St. Paul's Mcthodi.st church under those exact circuE1stances,. in Tacoma. it has still drawn national atMrs. Frank Hughs left hom'' M,1rgie McFadden, daughter of tention as a clever, ncvv rock 'n Charles McMadden, and Felix June 19 for F'Grgus Falls, Minne" roll number. Brodigan were united in marri- sota. She visited relatives in As you may remember, Studio age Saturday, July 27, at Our l"ergus Falls, Elbow Lake, WendOne has premired such Columell and Cokato, Minnesota, ah:o bia hits as Joan Weber's golden Half-Notes: The Chordettes are visited relatives and friends in disk version of "Let Me Go back, bigger and better than evet 'llibaux, Montana. On the '\Vay Lover," Peggy King's "Learning via "Soft Sands, 11 Virhich has also heme she stopped at Spokane, To Love" and Mitch Miller's been waxed by the Rover Boys . \'lashington to see her con, Dnh haunting "Song For A Su1mner It looks as "Lotta Lovin' " will Hughs. She returned home July Night." Miss Corey's prior re- be Gene Vincents' biggest hit in 10. lease of. "Let It Be Me" was also a long time . . . "In The Middle Reporter - Mrs. William Dalpremired on television, although Of An Island" is breaking big for by, LE 7-0163. Dot on this );larticular show. Tennessee Ernie For<l . . . If you "Love Me To Pieces" may not take the trouble to flip "Raven," go down as the biggest or best you'll find the Kirby Stone Four Paint YOU Wall< On°". song of the year, but it will be doing a Very cleaver version of remembered as one of our happi- "'S Wonderful." It's \Vcll 1.vorth est hits. all the effort!

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Times journal v 12 no 47 aug 1, 1957