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Volunteer Staff Give Polio Shots Here

Sec. M.66 P.L.&R U.S. Postaee Paid P<:rldan<l Branch ·racoma, Wash. Permit No. 9P Occupant or Boxholder Rural Route Postmaster: In unable 1:o deliver, return postage is guaranteed on addressed papers.

THUHSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1957

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Volume 12, No. c18

Story I eHing Contest Is Recreation feature

PUBLISHED AT PARELAND, WASH.

999 Polio Shots For Staffed by doctors, graduate nurses aa<l lay usslst<J.Dts, all working 'Without any phy, the p1·ojecl of ix~oculating ndul.ts agafr1st poLio v:hieh started in a1id-July met enthusjnstic rcoponse and B99 nH~n and vvo1nen in the 20 Lo 40 nge group recr~iv­ ed the free first shots in tt10 Iire stations at Spana \Vay, Midland Parkland, Riverside Sun11ni t and Roy. and at the town lr11l in Eaton ville. The shots were given during the evening hours on scheduled di:tes. Physicians in charge \vcre Dr. Myron Dass and Dr. William Sullivan; graduat3 nurses) IVIrs. Edwin I Thclm'l) Freiler, Mrs. Ernest iTho1·a) Harmon, Mrs. Vim. (Ruth) Johnson, Mrs. Ch'.lrles !Elvera) Eent, and Mrs. Herbert Eve) Tollefson; lay assistants, Mesdames Henry Berntsen, Trav Dryer, Leo Gaume, Alvan Jacobs, Paul Larson, Gordon Loyer, Robert Molinek, William Mikkelsen, Richard Simpson and A. J. Stern. Second shots are being given throughout the area, beginning this week, 8:00 to 9:00 p.m., as follows: Eatonville cit.y hall today (Thursday). 1

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"ONCE UPON A TIME"-The Franklin Pierce District Storytelling Contest was held Friday at Dawson P!ayfield. This was a special event in connection with the summer playg1·ound activities en-sponsored by the Franklin Pierce School District, the Metropolitan Park District and Pierce County. Patty Purdue of Collins was the winner of the Midget division while. Central Avenue's Barbara Tcnnet was the intermediate champion. The picture shows Don Swanson of James Sales in the act of telling his story to an interested group of spectators from the various area playgrounds. The judges pictured. are Mrs. Lois Smith, Mrs. Ralph Davisson, Mrs. Walter Earle, and Mrs, Kenneth Coates. Playground leaders in the background are Kay Schimke of Parkland and James Sales, Lee Reeves of Collins, Florence Davisson of Dawson, George Fossen of Spanaway. Gail Tollackson, leader of Central Avenue, although unable to attend because of illness, had a winner in Barbara Tennet. Photo by · McKewen

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Parl:kncl fire station, South 114-th nnrl Paclfic _.L\ vc. '\}l ednesd:iy, Aug. 14, and Tuesday, Aug. 20. Riverside fire strttion, col'ncr River road and Wcstbo road, Puyallup, Tuesday, J:\ug. 13. Roy fire staticin Tucsday Aug. 6. Spanawny fire station No. l, Park AvB. between l62nd and 1G3rd, Tuesday, Aug. 13. Stu111::1it fire station No. l, Airport and Canyon road, Thursday Aug. 15. 8u1nmiL fire tsation No. 3, A.ir port road and 8th street, Monday, Aug. 19. Midland fire station, 9512 So, Jackson, Tuesday, Aug. 13. Ani:one in the 20 to 40 year age group who failed to get the first shot in the recent clinics may go to any of the three clinics for the service; also those who miss the clinics the early part of this week may apply at any other clinic in the county. The polio shots are free, the serum being provided by the federal. government and administered by volunteer doctors, nurses and assistants. 1

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Rainbow Girls Lightning Does WiH Wash Cars Freak Damage To Parkland Homes

n1·1·cu1zed for children and adults.· but nobody .was hurt ant! there pnp coffee and ice crca1n _vvas --little-_ da_111-agc. will be provided for all. 1

Mrs. Orville Eley, 11303 South All Catholic veterans and Park, gathered up her children their families arc cordially inand fled to her next door neighvited to attend. bor's home when a bolt of lightning strhck tall firs back of the house, split the telephone pole on 113th, burned the wire to the l:iome and knocked out the phone service. Across 113th street, Mrs. C. IL ;f'etNson, 11267 South Park, had Farmers Mutual Ins. Co. ' quite a scare \vhcn her refrigerAuto - Fire - Liability atoy emitted a fla_sh of light J. J. GUNNS Agency wh<'n she opened it. She was and BARRER SHOP much relieved to discover that LE ,,_7757 there was no damage to the re303 Ea. l 76th St. 2 Blocks East of Transformers, frigerator, although her telephone servire went out. Spanaway Mrs. Edith Anderson, 516 So. Lafayette, in the same block, CLIFFORD M. IWRSMO was startled to see her clecfric Lutheran Brotherhood cJock \~realhed in g]o,ving light as the bolt strnck. There

Professional Directory

SOINE'S FINAL

PICTURED ABOVE are the Spanaway Auctioneero, winners oi the Bethel Pee Wee Baseball title. Left to right, kncciing: Lloyd Pietz, John Zuriiuh, Pete Fisher, Dick Zurfluh, Ricky Hagen, Earl Hardy; hack. row: Walter Ansteth, Terry Johnston, Ruland Lambert, Dale Stcvc-nson, Kenneth .. Clevenger, Le-;» Martin, Harold Orem, Fred 'l.'ayfor; top, Managet·s Renneth. Cievenger .:md Phil Zudluh.

Comp:tllny Chid Donald M. Melendy, Recruiter in Charge, Navy Rc.rcuiting Station. 743 Broadway, Tacoma, today announced further details on the Na,·y "SEAFAIR COMPANY." ll will bo (,omposcd of sixty young men from the State of WashingLon1 \vhu \vill enlist in the Navy aboaTd the heavy cruiser U.S.S. St. Paul in SeatLle on 12 August, 1957. Admiral Benson. USN wiH do the honors of ''s\vearing in". Applicants for this company will see the Gold Cup race on 11 August as guests of the Navy. After enlisting, the con1pan-y \vil1 be sent to San Diego and go through rccrui t training as a unit. The local Navy Recruiting Station will be open until 7 p.m. 5-8 August to accomo<late all who desire to enlist for this special company.

Pl<CTURED ,,Al30VE are the Kapowsin Eagles, who won the Bethel I1~·firlget League tiite. I . . eft to right, front ro,v: Lurry Petell James Slack, David Zacek, Dennis Vfright, Mike Coile, A!he»t Campbell;

sccnnd ro\v: Ed \Vright (at;sfrstant coachL Eldie Laslie, Eddie Voss David Fuirb:mks, Melvin Mesick, Phil Gohr, Eel Voss (Conch). Not present when the picture was taken: Jim Grey anl El Yadon. -Photu by McKewen

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The Auxiliary of tlfo Parkland Volunteer Fire Department will meet at the fire hall Wednesday, August 14, with President Lois Hagen, presiding. Hostesses for the evening will be LaVaun Tatro .and Jean Moe.

Now

The hunter safety course set up recently at Spanaway as part of the Spanaw 11y Recreation Committee project is now functioning, the first instruction period having been lrnld Thursday evening, August 1, at the Spanaway school. The first class, 15 boys and two girls, aged 11to17, were given preliminary training in the use and care of firearms. The four-hour course will be covered in four sessions.. the prBsent schedule being Thursday evenings from7:30 to 8:30 o'clock. '-'ChnrtE:r

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course are Diek Fullmer, Bobbie Dm·bin, Bayar~ and Rockie Crate, _Gnry Justh:e,-_3nft:CaJialia-11~- Fi·in1'.k-'\Vlutman, · D!'lnnie O'Neal, . Di.ck Fisher, Shcrn1an Pct.P, 1; 80111 --DiCk Burke, Ji1n Ivicl\:i11nc1I, Guy,- Farrens, Jlayn10nd SmH.h, l~Jor1nan Hulschcr, Alta Moore and Evelyn Newell. Art Ifallengrcn, who heads the co1n.111ittce providing the training, is assisted by cTohn Newell, ,Jim Fitts and John Twaite. Bcginnin~ January l, 1958. no n1inor under 18 years of age \\'ill be issued a hunting license unless he or she can sho\v a certif-, icat.e indicating that the hunt.cl" safety cou1·se has been completed \\"ith a certified instructor. All men in charge oI the course at Spanaway took the full course for teachers offered at Point Defiance park earlier in the year. Junior Rif!e Club 'Tying in with the hunter safety course but not a part of it, a Junior Rifle club will be organized this (Thursday) evening at the Spanaway school This club is open to boys and girls from 12 to 17 inclusive and will func~ ti.on at the school du1iug the fall and winter monthe. Boys and girb i11tcrested in either the hunter safety training or the rifle club are urged to come to the school tonight.

PICTURED llilO\tE are the Spana,vay rvierchants, r:·unne!·s-up in the Bethel n1:idget League. Left to right, fron-1.: ro'\v: David Jensen, R.oger Si.n:":n1031::;, Skip Hoover, Jue Pt~Loski (but boy), Don Tilton, Gary Lnh1c, Badd~1 Fish0-r; back rev;: \Voody Van Huski:d·;, Cn:.·l Frasht J;n1 Engebretson, Ver-non Coorey, Bill Thon1pson, l)un I\iattil3J l\r~arvJin Rose, Danny Fisher and Coach Ft.·a:nk lPet.o:;;kL BiH Schr:1ccf.,_r:i '\Vas abseni at the tin1e the ptcture 1vus taken. Photo hy Mcl{e\\·en (Sec Spm·te Stories on Insidr Pag£s)

lV!rs. John Bury was hostess £01· the evening n1eeting of the Clovc1· Creek Garden dub recently. Mrs. Albert Guy of Tacoma, the gncst speaker, g::.vc an interesting talk on pod and cone decorations. Rcfi·eshm(~nts 1.\•Cre served after the progn.un.

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Play School Mothers Elect New Officers A meeting of the Co-operative

July 31 the Washington State ~lay Group Mothers of the CoJHighway Commission awarded a lms, Central Avenue, and Canyon contract for grading, surfacing Road area held a meeting at the and paving about 1.7 miles of home of Mrs. Monte Beam with Portland Avenue in Pierce Coun- Mrs Otto Preugscha'· a · r ty. Paine and Gallucci Inc., Ta.' , '• ssis mg. · t , Officers 10r the newly organized coma, won th e con tTac - on a 1ow bid of $101,201.32. group were elected: President, Plans for the contract call for Mrs. Ken Knowlton; vice presipaving on. the roadw'1,y from 72ud dent, Mm. Bruce Brennan; 2nd street ·south to the Midland- vicE. president, Mrs. Russ Fulker" Sur::mit 1:ighway'. E~;t. 99th St. son; secrl')tary, Mrs. Bill Hoffman; Pm mg . will be of 2 12 mches of treasurer, Mrs. Fred Michel. asphalt.Jc concrete on the existing aspbalt paving. Shoulders Th.e group has set Oct, 8 as the will be seven feet wide, oil op~nmg .day for ~h,, play school treated on 2 inches of crushed whieh will be available for childstone surfacing. ren fi:om two and a half through Work wm be done under the prB-kmdergarten age. FedereJ Aid Security program. Anyone interested in enrolling Pierce County Engineer, Keith a child 1or this fall or anyona Jones, will direct the contract seeking further information can under supervision of the Wash- do so by calling Mrs. Fred Michel ington State Highway Commis- LE 7-6107; Mrs. Monte Beam, sion. LE 7-8214; or Mrs. Blaine MeThe COP.tract involves about Eanna, LE 7-7133. ]:'lease call by 11,128 !bear feet of cleaning and Sept .. 1. preparing ditches, 6,460 cubic yards of selected roadway borToday's Laff • a • • • row, 2,150 cuhis yards of crushOne thing about _Washington, ~d stonb;:·s,ul.·fn6ing a_nd 'c1·ush'cd if you don't like the weathcove!' stc;ne,. 30tons of aspha:t er, just wait five m;nutes! cement, 3,890 tons .of asphaltw

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starting. .. Russell L, Stolzenburg of 869 88th St., has rel.urned .from six months' active duty with the Marine Corps Recruit Depol at San Diogo.

Newly enlarged Btmc of new fall sloocs. <!I Schoo.I opens soon. @ Lo\V, lo\v pr.ices! ® 'I'h011snncls

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Paving Contract On Portland Set

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Parkland Auxmary Wm Meet Aug. 14

Hunter Safety Course Starts At Spanaway

Faith Assembly No. 145, Order of Rainbo\v for Gh·ls, ~.vi11 wash ~ats at three locations SaturThe peculiar vagaries of light<1ay, Aug. 10, from 1.0:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m. There will be from six ning were demonstrated late to eight girls working at each Monday afternoon during the brief electrical storm in the Parkspot. Judy Anderson will. be chair- land area. man of the crew working at AndA bolt of lightning struck the erson Chevron Service in Spana- 'TV antenna on the home of Mr. way, Diane an<l Linda Fabry at and Mrs. James Bean at 1309 Da\·e Vvethcrell's Texaco Service South ll9th street. With no apn t :l 3521 Pacific avenue, and preciable damage to the antenna Shirley Roufs at Adolf's Richfield or aerial, the current burned up S•Tvicc. 112th and Park avenue. the wire from the place where it Proce<'ds of the project will be entered the house, to the gar11sDd to .finance the activities of age; then into the living roon1 the Assmebly. where it bumed out the set and ignited the wall and .flam'. Prompt afrival of 1;he Parkland VolunSunday teer Fire Department prevented Catholic War Veterans posts serious damage to the Bean of Pierce county wUl hold their home. p ··.k S.t01~0 S(fr·Vic-e in a a11nLud p1c\1ic: Sunciay· '.u£ternoo1i-;. At .ll;:lth ~r - short period 'of time; Aug. ll, at Carl Broome's ,·avenue four .. ~hornes \Vere inGeneva Resort. volved in frir;htening. <lemonstrac Game:; with prizes have been tions of tho force o[ lightning Navy SerJlfeJir J_<;~c.:€'

'•'.t.t.Lii:J 'ft Vl~ 'J.' .E:1u.:i-cl' A .ULL":"'-At J:'urK.11..snu u1·c .ua:H VY t;-tU.h::J:>uay evun.1ng, &usy •5'll, 1de~<-HD1L1ts '~-'- t.lile volunteer staff in charge of the current polio cHnics for adults in which nearly 1000 men and women were inoculated against polio line UJJ to stage an exhibit 'of the prncedure. Shown in the picture a1·e, left to right: Di-. William Su!Hvan, Mm Gardon Loyer, Mrs, Charles Kent, Mrs. Leo Gaume, l\'.Irs. Alvin Jacobs, Mrs. Ernes.t Harmon, Mrs. Edwin Freiter, and Mrs. Paul Larson. Photo by McKewen

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1956 PLYMOUTH V8 with autoNEAR 68TH & McKINLEY GR 2-7628 matic fransmission; 1953 ChevGEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, $300.00 DOWN, $45.00 per mo. 63U McKinley Avenue Heating. New . woi·k, . remodel2 ·bedrooms,·· combination living rolet 1/,,.ton pick-up; ANDERing, Repairs.. Phone '.LE 7-4477. PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in and dining room, kitchen wired SON CHEVRON, Spanaway; LE 12c48 3ctf your own home; day or night; 220, eating space, 3 piece bath, 7-5465. LE 7 -7254. 3ctf utility room. New pairit inside and out. Lot 60xl00. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-5979. Che,uw~~et Sflllesman $2500.00 CASH 8 LOTS, 4 rooms.and bath, range, refrigerator ancl oil circulator included. Sec at 1803 East 58th. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. $450.00 DOWN 57TH & McKINLEY Avenue._ $40 per month. Clean one. bedroom, 3 _pie;;_ ~ath, -combipation_ ~~ring and u,1n1ng_. room, k1tchen: 1,v1r_ed FOR SALE - 2 bedroom sets, 220, with eating space, auto. hot shotgun, fishing gear, hip boots, blow torch, end ta b!es, electric water. 2 lots. Close to bus and lawnmower and other items too store. Price $4,250. Call Ralph numerous to mention; Mrs. J. A. Decker, GR 4-9578. Alvstad, 1113 South 115th St, 15c48 New Chevrolet Cm·s & T1·1wks. Used Cars & Tru.cks RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE-- 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 SAVE$$$$ Come to i\ERIFYING & FERTII.JZI:NG: We repair electrical appliarices- Member of T.acorria Rea! Estate RUGS or wall-to-wall carpeting; cbffee pots, irons, mixers, .heatBoard give your lawn a treat;' JlJ 8Mohawk, Bigelow, Hightstown, Puya!l~p 3~tf 2111. 3ctf ers, etc. Call LE 7 -0323. Bar\vick, U na1ne it. Guaranteed installation by experts. Nothing ~ ~<i;;~»f!':.~ """- ~ ROTOVATING & 'I'RACTOR ~•101!11.t..,.. u mn'i&~~;;JJ F.or The Best D.eal down, 36 months to pay (Bank WORK: Rt. 3, Box 167, Ta.come <i\':l!;~UU... ~ I Opposite Posroffice· Terms). Get a bid-you'll be \VA~frED Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 ~jl.~1'1\'}. ~ ~-~~~ PUYALLUP, WASH. glad you did! Quality furniture 3ctJ BR 2-073 1 Septic Tanks Cleaned on same terms. PARKWAY TH 5-1766 TH 5-1332 l>ON'T enco~rage dishonesty; O. ~. ACKLE"V FURNITURE, 14lst & Pacific locks keyed, combinations LE 'l'-4343 LE 7-7882 Ave., LE 7-3941. OPEN TILL changed; Parkland Cycle & I 1.3--Farm Column 9:00. 15ctf I{ey; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7- SNAP ON TOClLS Joh..'1ny 5772. 3ctr Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox PASTURE FOR RENT - G. F. Peterson, Rt. 1, Box 364, 1-03(56. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLE..A.NED Graham; phone Orting TW 3Contents hauled away. Don Nrm·$b!lg Home 3790. 13p48 Harne Wiririlt;!l R6tlford, 8232 So. Falvcetti CrR 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395 2-7334. If no answer call GR Ii1li"ee Estirnates 2-92!2. 3ctf LICENSED NURSES ON G~atanteecl SaHsfnction DUTY 24-HOURS A DAY Eme['genc:y Service 8RICK WORK - Rouse levelFOR ACT;!ON ing and. foundations, retaining REGISTERED German short-hairs LIST WITH walls, sidew11lk and patios, fire· LE "1·$563 l ~f years old, reasonable. C. place and stone work. LE 7Kinn~y, Rt. 1, Box 220, Eaton4291. 3ctf -(rrcl--1Ef'~ c~.:'\BII-..;~ET'S, earth:· ville. 15c48 silelve.'=l., book ca.s·t~s; bir0h; fi! ;r knott?1' nine, buil1 to y-on 12609 Pac. Ave. LE 7-8691 SERGEANT got shipped to Gere .;pecifications, ge1 the bos1 · fo ~=···&f'i.""'E..~~ many and let Sparton TV go ess-~my prices are .the lowes1 Homes In -Pa.rk!znrl Vununun back with only $39 due; pay off HO(JVEB'S CAJ3IN'ET SHOP ities; Acreage close in, either at $10 each month and it's LE 7-5514. 3ctf ·w.hb or without huPdfng~;. yours. UPTON ELECTHIC CO., BULLDOZING ~iV~i"' n~ ~ i1li 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. South End A.uto Wreckers 15c18 Basements - Logging .lJ 2;?-0 Pacifie _~!\. ve. USED PARTS Offiee-Day£: L~~ 7.. g;:l,!)[} tv.lotors .. . Transn1issicu_s. Per Feed Dollar ~,. EYenings-\Vi\ 7'~!.>~!21, GR •1··S'"315 alJse'• Tires· - Bulteir!.es Triangle. !farm Prt;vcn, FeedBc We Buy Junk Cars FOR E'ALE - One bedroom modAlso Custom 'Welding ern home; electric heat, wired Rough or Finished Lumber SCREENED TOP SOIL No by Joe's Welding for \vasher and dryer; 102n<l and Direct From Mill rocks or . roots, Crushed Rock, Eas-t Wushingt.on, side of street; 1 Mile East 1'oy Y un Mt. Hy. Graham, Wash. VI 7-2229 Drain Gravel, Flll Dirt and phone LE 7-5927. 9c48 Spanaway LE 7-6534 Screened Road Gravel that -----'"----··------· packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd LOST JOB and cannot pay for ~.\! Rsnl~l:1 1 electric. portable sowing machAve. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. ine; cost new $169 ·but you can 3ctf -----;;f~ FOR RENT Partly furnished WANTED - Girl for general 14660 Pacific Ave. LE 7-4888 pay off balance of $69 at $4 inodern cottage on lake ranch HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling £ice \vork. Previous experic11.ce each month; free home demonfoun,'Jations: ~,ement work preferred, Phone LE 7-8624 .. Mr. property; $30 per month; C. stration; UPTON ELECTRIC Kinney, Rt. 1, Box 220, EatonBREED YOUR COW ARTIFICfree ·estimates; SK 9-2653, 3ctf McDonald. 5c48 ville, VI 7-7354. 10c48 IALLY to sir cos proved great. CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c48 Washington Proved Sire Service. HAY CUTTING, side delivery ~ FOR RENT OR SALE - 2-becl- George Lytle, tcchnidnn, phone rake, plowing and discing. Baler room house with heater and Yelm 3931, or G1·0.ham VI 7- BABY F'URNITURE, neV<; and available. LE 7-444.4. 93rd and 13ctf u.Sed, ror sale or rent; Vickery Road. 3ctf LOST - Green parakeet, Band range; will partly furnish; near 7417 before 9:00 a.m. SMALL FRY EXCHANGE Bethel Hi. VI 7-7333. 10c48 No. 56A57133; call LE 7-4275. 1109 Market St., BR 2-9505. CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of 6c48 •'!ii \Vork Warri'ed 14 15ctf all kinds; WA 2-6952. 3ctf - - - - - - - - - - - - FOR RENT - 2-room apartment; clean, comfortable, compact; ------- · · - - - - - - @ Buy good for single person or couple; PRIVATE DRIVER training !es- TAP DANCING LESSONS. BeSTAN'S SUPER son. SERV ginning and advanced. Call Jim $60 month, utilities paid; 751 sons; call LE 7-4495 any time. T~E · Top soil, .sand¥ 1oam. pea.' 14ctf Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf fertilizer; GR 4•2305 .or LE 7 - WANTED TO BUY - Chrome or South 110th, LE 7-5181, 10c48 ~---~-----~8259. 3ctf wood dinette set, 4 chairs; GR WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also FOR SALE - Piano, easy chair, 2-8655. 8p48 PARKLAND 1-bedroom furnished du1:>lex! $67.50; 12605 Pacific ironing in your home or mine; dining table, antique coat tree, GRAVEL - All sizes; top soil; $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE FOR SALE $1200 cash equity. Avenue. ha thinette and other household 10c48 leveling; weekend deliveries; 7-5398 or LE 7-7,123. 14ctf items. LE 7-4053. 15c48 LE 7 -7291. 3ctf Small 2-bedroom house, half acre, nice la\vns, outside fire- FOR RENT Horse pasture; MOTHER would like to provide place, garden; balance $2400, at phone LE 7-6713.. - 10c48 loving care for child days for FOR SALE Siegler heaters $40 a month; GR 4-0972. 9p40 at' Parkland Fuel Oil Service: working mother; LE 7-4402. ·~ LE 7-0256; 1.29th & Pacific Ave. ~~Plllh Servkf'l ! ! 14ctf 15ctf ~ Real Estate 9 O JETS WASHING MACHINE PA.RTS- ~ Mi.scellaneem11 LOCKER BEEF, wholesale plus I~argElst stock jn · toV\rn. Rcp8.i_rIll SUBMERSIBLES »Jennie l~. Grodvi~ cutting and \irrnppi11 ~. als0 reh;.::t ·tho"t uieRses. BB\, VV\t::1Eff PIANO LESSONS e CE!'-!TR!P!.JC~1.LS Classical tail Counter. P..ve11ue Ivleats, Service, 3727 So. G .. GR 4-9409 e TURBINES a:nd tnodor:n. ·Reusonnh1c; ruteS. 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox llctf Call LE 7~4051 or LE 7-0420. 7-3570. 15ctf fosura.nce of All Kinds Call LE 7-7281 ------- - · 1.5ctf Notary Public 1·2 EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant ~ Est. in Parkland Since 1941 Teicoma Pump TACOMA UPHOLSTERY boats; wagon wheels for sale. '57 FORDS &. GRlWROT.RTS: Special on reupholstering. dav- Don't cat'ry it-drive right into LE 7-8609 Office wholc":J.le prices. SMALLEY enport, chair, as .low as $129. our con1plete out-board motor 302 Garfield St., Parkland Davcnos $49.00. Rocker, $29; repair service shop: MAJOR "Deal with the people who give MO'PORS 1.0410 Pscific Ave.. 14fll9 PACIFIC AVENUE OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 you their personal attention.'' LE 7-4060 anytime, ·evenings, Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7Terms Trades "lunclays. 12ctl 0327. 15ctf Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf

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Date of first publication July HOHRNER ACCORDION, $.1.i[O 25, 1957. value; sell or trade for horn .inPHILLIP S. 'TRACY strument; make offer; LE 1-1730 Administrator of 15c48 said Estflte. 1_r:-q3](:J AL -()R.DEftS C.:~l~F~S--, PIZTERS & TRACY Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann Attorneys for Estate Bakery 15cti 11024 Pacific Ave., Tacoma; "lJ'lnshington Published in c:1e Times-Journal Horses 16 July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 1857. FOR SALE - 1%-vear-olcl filly; PETERS & TRACY 8-year-old Palomino gelding, Attorneys excellent drill horse; 1 buggv in 1Hl24 Pacific Avenue good shape; LE 7-3517. 1Gc48 Tacoma 44, Wash. In The Superior Court of The State of Washington County of Pierce. PETERS & TRACY NO. 63422 Attcrneys NOTICE OF S.ALE OF 11024 Pacific Ave., Tacoma REAL ES'fATE In the Superiorr Court of the State In The Matter of the Estate ol of Washington for the County MARION J. LAMBERT, alk/a of Pierce. MARION JESSIE LAMBERT, Deceased. NO. 64321 Notice is hereby given that NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Ectate I PHTLLTP S. TRACY. in his cao pacity -as ad1ninist1;ator of the WILLIAN! M, LAMBERT, above estate, will sell, at private a/k/a WILLIAM sale, for cash or best terms avai!MITCHELL LAMBERT, able1 an undivided seven- n1_nths a/k/a WILLIAM LAMBERT, (7 /9) interest in the following Deceased. dcsci-ibcd real estate: Notice is hereby given that the 'I'he Northeast qtu1rter of the undersigned has been appointed Southwest quarter of the Southand has qualified as Adminis- east quarter of Section 26, trator of the above entitled Tovvnship 20 :Nort.h, R;-inge 3 EFtst estate; that all persons having cf the Willamette Meridian, ALSO clahns against said deceased are beginning at the N ~rth\vcst hereby .tequired to serve the corner of the East half of the same, duly verified, on said Southwest quarter of the SouthPhillip S. Tracy, Administrator east quarter of Said Section 26, or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of Township 20 North, R.ange :J record at the address below stat- E'.ast of .the Willamette Meridian, ed, and' file the same with the running thence 1'To1~th to th0 Puy~, Clerk of said Court, together with allup Indkn Reservation; thence proof of such service, within six Southeasterly along the line of: months after the date of first said reservation to a point directpublication of this notice or the ly North of the Northeast corner same will be bar"c>d. of said East half of the SouthDate of first ["'blication July west quarter of the Southeast 25 ,1957. quarter of said Section 26; thence PHILLIP 8 TRACY South to the Nor'.;heast corner Adminis'· -«tor of the East half of the Southwest of said Estate quarter of the Southeast quarter PETERS & TRACY of said Section 2fl: thence vVesl; Attorneys for Estate to the place of beginning. 11.024 Pacific ,ll. ve., EXCEPT therefrom a strip of Taco1110., Vfashington. land 100 feet wide running paraPublished in the Times-Journal llel with and adjacent to the July 25; August 1, 8, 1957. Southw2sterly line of the Puyallup Indian Ros-:orv:e.tion f\S apPETERS & TRACY propriated by the City of Tac0ma Attorneys in Pierce County Superior Co11rt 11024 Pacific Ave., Taeoma Civil Case No, 72871. In the Superior Court of the State Situate in the County of of Washington for the County Pierce, Stnte of V\Tashington, to of Pierce. the highest and best bidder for No. 64322 cash, or the best terms availNOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of able. Bids must be submitted in writing and may be left with the MARION J. LAMBERT, administrator, at 11024 Pacific a/k/a MARION Avenue, Tacoma 44, Washington, JESSIE LAMBERT Bids will be received until the Deceased. date of sale. The sale will be Notice is hereby given that the made on or after August 15, undersi;;ncd has been appointed 1957. The admini"trator reserves and has qualified as Adminis- the right to reject any and all trator of tho above entitled bids. estate; that all pernons having PIBLLIP S. TRACY P..---.f-,--,. ... ,.. /\. ~-'.! rn.~~ -~clai!ns ar:-ninst snid rlRr.Rfl!:::Ail fn·e h~reby i:equh·cd to serve the Attorneys for s8.n1e, du~y verjficd. on said J.102•1 Pacific "Ave. Phillip S. T1:a~y, ad111inistrator Tacoma 44, Washington or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of Published in the Times-Journal record at the address belovv stat- Aug. l, 8, 1957. ed, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the elate of first publication of this ,notice or the same will ·be barred. SAVE A LIFE

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The Times Journal staff on the 22 ft. "Macushua" looking for items for this column. All ashore for this trip. More 11ext week if our phone rings and we don't get fogged it. Bob Ferguson and family battling the whirlpools off Point Dldiance in their 16 footer with a dead motor. Ray Bartley and John Hall forming a two boat regatta for a cruise around Murry faland.

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Th 9 ShJ:0J 1 av,r;:-;v _4i_uctl:;Jner:rs un- 10-7 to gnin e shni·e of the Eastdor the 8 ctic;n of Phil zu_rfleh cn1 :=frv~.sion lend in. the Jast Sunan.d }(en Clevonr:;er \Von the Be:th- dn:·/'s '\hdley League action. cl P<Jc We,-;1; Ch::;mDiDn'.-)lTlu bv deEdse\vood arid South Prairie ~ fenting t,h 8 V\Tilkcns Pn.ckc:rs ·18-3. shnro the top spot vvith Spana... The Auctioneers lost onlv two \vn:-{. Ji>.:.l[;Bvv·ood knocked off Ell Come As You Are ·· Pu.yal1up 11-2 and South Prairie gs.111es ~rhih~ vvinning nine over outlasted Orting 7-6 in :11 inthe season. Llovd Pietz was the winning ni:'..'.1gs. ~Che V+l cstern Division a1so endpitch~r, supp01·tcd by a pair of ed in a three-way tie for first homers by Fred Taylor. Ed Voss capped an unbeaten place. Stanley's and Nal1ey's got season for Bethel's Midget cham- forfeit wins over Lakewood and pions, the Ifapowsin Eagles, when Kiwanis, respectively, because he pitched a no-hit, no-run game the latter two teains folded for against the Spanaway Merchants. the season. St. Pauls beat the 18 Vets 9-2, Voss fanned 14 cn-rnute to the thereby becoming the third hall-of-fome game. Kapowsin won both halves so Western leader. The playoffs will begin next no pl a yo ff was necessary. Sunday. The pairings were not Daryl! H. Deritis, 8018 East C available at the time of publicaSt., has completed six months of tion. . duty with the Marine Corps ReLacama~ s:ored three runs 111 crnit Depot at San Diego. the last mnmg at Bethel, but ~~,,.,,~_they could only halve Spana~------------------·~-·~""'"-·-~-------··"···--~--·---.~--~ ~>.:vay 1 s six run lead.

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and finis'h2d up for the victory. The loser was reliefe1·, Ken Harpster. · RH Ba~zm· and Fran Luhtala kept things going fo~ Prairie unti! Sahm's deciding blow. Each went three-for-six at the plate. Edgewood won easily from Puyallup 11-2. Winner Dick Foran was forced to retire after six innings because of an injury. Don Shatzer finished up. Big Don Miller singled, daub!ed and tripled in five trips for the. wim10rs. Don Anderle also had a pair of J:+its.

Jeannie stayed home to take cm·e of her. MaEy pictures were taken of t!.e group who had a wonderful time and they all agreed to 111eet .again next summer at the J'ohn Kominski farm. Parish Picnic The annual parish picnic of the St. John of the Woods church and the Eatonville Catholic church will be held Sunday, August 11, at Benhow Lake, instead of the original date of the 4th. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy a wonderful day of fun, races, swimming and basebnll. The -narishoners are also WHJ1N ~ . IJila busy making arrangements for ~re their big summer festival to be held in the Midland ImDrovemcnt ~ ,!J.P,. Club hall Thursday, August 22. B They hcpe to make this a real ~Rfr~]1's \,\lolvcs co1nnleted their gTnnd success as the entire pro. re?-:ular sceson nctlvity in the cecds will go to the construction Bantan1 South League last v:eek of the new hall now being built. with a 9-4 victory over Midland. 4-H Clover Club Bili Hobert allowed just three Marlene Corrigan entertained bets iii winning. ·.· members of the Midland 1-H The Wolves had a season ;:~c- Cl~v;if 'ci'ub Tuesday evening, on ord of 10-0 and arc now compet- July 30. Deciding what they will ing in the Pierce County Bantam exhibit at the coming Pierce Tourney. County Junior Fair, August 15, 16 and 17, at Sumner, was the main business of the meeting MKDLAND Valeria Bombardier, 1957 Junior Fair Queen, presided ow'r the session. After talking ,,ver the exciting time ahead for Veleria and her Queen Mother when they will be appearing on TV and A grand reunion of former radio before many civic groups schoolmates of Ravensdale, inviting all of Vlestern WashingWashington, was held, Sunday, ton to come out and enjoy their July 28, on the lawn of the fair, Marlene and her mother Lawrence Cleary home in Midserved refreshments. land. Some of those attending Who's Next? hadn't seen each other for 40 Appendectomies are in the years. Enjoying the picnic were . Diane McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilsco of news Seattle, Ivir.~ and Mrs. ~,Frank daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Wilsco of Seattle, Mrs. Emily McPherson, returned from tho Bruce and Mrs. Pauline Baker of hospital Sunday, and Mrs. Frank Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Monty Geitzenauer is taking he1· turn Johnson vnO! daughter Ifaren of this week. Nina Ayers, daughter Parkland, Marie Silver, Mrs. Eva of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ayers, is Nixon of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. novv recovering from a two-\.VeekJoe Kominski of McKenna, Mr. lcng scigc of throat infection. V!>cation Tri.p John Ifominski and daughters; A t\vo~wceks vacation trip Joi:i..nn and Janice, and son, ,Jackio. of Roy, and Mr. and Mrs. through California and down to Joe Palcnsld of Tacoma and Mr. Tijuana, Mexico, kept Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Cleary, Mrs, John IVIrs. George Turner, :r.Ar. Turner's I\ominski was unable to attend brother William and his wife because of illness. Her daughter (Continued on Page 8)

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PETERS & TRACY Attor~~ys 11024 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 11, Wash. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington County of p· . 1e1ce. NO 63421 ' NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE 1 1 ' · In the Matter of the Estate. of WILL1AM M. LAMBERT, a/k/a WILLIAM MITCHELL LAMBERT, a/k/a WILLIAM LAMBERT, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that PHILLIP S. TRACY, in his capacity as administrator of the above estate, will sell, at private sale, for cash, or best terms available, an undivided two ninths (2/9) interest in the following described. real· estate: The Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of .the Southeast quarter of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East of the W.M. ALSO, beginning at the Northwest corner of the East half of the Southwest quarter ·of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East of the W. M., running thence North to the Puyallup Indian Reservation; thence Southeasterly along the line of said reservation to a point direotly North of the Northeas~ corner of said East half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26; thence South to the Northeast corner of the East half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 26; thence West to the place of beginning: EXC:SPT therefrom a strip of land 100 feet wide running parallel with and adjacent to the Southwesterly line of the Puyallup Indian Reservation as appropriated by .the City of Tacoma, in Pierce County Superior Court Civil Case No. 72871. Situate in the County of Pierce, State of Washington. to the highest bidder for cash, or the best crms ·available. Bids must be submitted in writing and may be left with the administrator, at 11024 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma 44, Washington. Bids will be received until the date of sale. The sale will be made on or after August 15, 1957, and the administrator reserves ~he right to reject any and all bids. PHILLIP S. TRACY Peters A:->d Tracy Attor:ney8 · for .Administrator. 11024 Pacific Avenue Tacoma 44, Was!ih~g~on Published in the Times-Journal August 1, 8, 1957.

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. . Last spring a detennmcd group . . of BeiJwl area citizens got logelher to form a dub that would hoost the high school and distriCt activities and raise money for aiding t.hc support of _the activities that are self-supporting.

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After n1onths of hard \vcrk, theie ideas are beginning to take sh~~PC­ as they begin this \veck to kickoff their initial membership drive. The formation of this type of organization \Vas 2nade nece~;sary . h i·h B ti I h"igl' 1as·t spr1l).g 'v en , e c 1c ... school P-TA disbanded on a wave of parental inrliffe1'<cncc towards the hight school P-TA organization. Following this, the P-TA aided the committee in, forn1ing an executive board to set up tho constitution of the Bethel Boosicrs club and to gut the ball rolling. Then the P-TA stepped out and the Boosters began to organize. Since that time. the Booster committee studied various Booster clubs at Frunklin Pierce and

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Collins Gran,se will hold its only meeting for tbe month of Augt;st this (Thursday I evening at 8:00 o'clock at the hall. The Civil Defense nnd Safety i:on1n1it.tf-~f' 1 Nonnnn Nelson and Lor0n Ji·isl1, assisted by Ed Purdue premise interesting pictures fo be shown by Fire Chief Ash Butler of the Summit Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. and Mrs. Croston will serve refreshments. 1\:Irs. E. C. C.:u-dey and d.<~ ughtc;r Shirley Ann have returned from a frip to Minneapolis, l\1lnn., nnd Butte, ]\font. Deepest sympathy is extended to JYlrs. En1111a lVff;!rincbin and !ilrs. Margaret Harper on the death of their father recently. ])"] Haworth and family have returned from a Lrip through southern and cant.ra1 Oregon. They visited Crater Lake and enjoyed camping there. ·Byron Burgeson and son E:.-ic fron:i Coeur d 1 Alene 1 Idaho, have been visiting at the Harold Burgeson home. Reporter - 1\r1rs. llarold Burgeson, LE 7-7610. 1

Bellarminc high schools and drew up a constitution. A tentative board o[ directors was elected and the membership campaign set up. Mom be.rs of the board of directors [or the Belhel Boosters are: Art Crate, prrn.;idcnt; Gus Sorenson, vice president; ..-and Dick Cuttiss, Secretary-treasurer. The dil'ector.s that represent varibus localities in the Bethel area are Eln1er l{run1pos from Spanaway, Merlin Southwell from Clover Creek, and Glenn Ash Lcom Elk Plain, Eln1er Larson from Lacamas, l\.1urk Jones fron1 Roy, Art Harpel from IIu.powsin, Bob Minit.ti from the Junior high, Earl Platt from th_c high school and Dc·wane La1nka from the dfr;trict's office. The club's constitution calls for monthly gcncoral meetings to be held at the high school and the club membership is open to all interested people over the ago of 18 or !\ high school graduate. A11y one desiring to join> the Booster club is urged to -contact one of the directors during the month. The next board - of directors n1coting is scheduled to be held Scptcmbcr 9 at the high school ane! it is open to the public. The Erst i::cncral nfoeting for the Boc•sLerc; is S'Jhedulcd for sometime in September.

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win Myers and Carol Jean Jorgenson as hostesses. Miss Myers and Don Jorgenson will be marBen and Mary Kuper celebrat- ried August 17. ed Ben's birthday by going to Reporter-Mrs. Teel Cltterstead, the ·wedding of Ben's nephew, LE 7-7658. David Kuper, in Chehalis Saturday evening; they also motored . • •. to Everett Sunday to have dinner with their daughter Doris. (AHTNC) _ Army Pvt. James Grange Meetin~ D. 'waiters, 18, of 'l'acoma, reGrangers, attention; The. only cently qualified as a paratrooper meeting ths month will be hel4, at the 82nd Airborne Division's tonight (Thursday) at 8:00 o'- Jump School, Fort Bragg, N.C. clock. Everyone shguld .attend. Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. In Navy W. D. Walters, 8434 Tacoma Ave. Lyle· Burrington, son of Mr. received his parachutist wings and Mrs. T. Burrington, joined after completing a three-weeks the regular Navy Monday, July course which included five train29. He left for San Diego where ing jumps. He entered the Army he will take basic training. last Januai7 and completed Sympathy ' basic training at Ford Ord, Calif. D«epest sympathy is extended· to Miss Eutropia Keough on the ~ ..Jl 11.ll.. death of her month last week. \:ll'fQl'h;11m01 ners ICIUC: The Parkland Grandrriothers New Grandson Mr. and Mrs. T. Burrington club will hold a picnic at the the the proud. grandparents of a home of Mrs. Mary Kettlcson, 620 boy born July 29 to Mr. and South 120th St., Fridny, August Mrs. James Neal (Barbara Bur- 9, at 12:30 p.m. rington) of Renton. The baby' has been named Joseph Martin Neal. Shower A bridal shower was given recently for Nanna Myers at .the Drake's Shoe Repair homo of the Martin Jorgesons, 8425 PACIFIC HER MAJESTY!-Picturecl above is Valerie Bombardier of with Mrs. Cora York, Mrs. Dar1viid.lnnd, a ~r2.duate of this year's gradue.tlng class at Franklin i J PieJ-ce high school, who will reign over the Pierce County Junior Fa~· in Snnrtan gym at Sun1ner . A1igust 15, J 6 an.d :17.

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All of the boys and girls of 4·-H and the boys of FFA will be exhibiting at the fair, held for them at tl1e Sumner school ath'T'hc Spana way 'Kan-Do Grand- letic. field,. in the high school mothers club wore hostesses to honte economics room and shop. the Span~nv_ay Volunteer Fire De- De111onstration contests and ,partment AuxiJiary and the sh9Yving of livestock \viil begin Friendly Dozen Birthday club for eady Thursday, morrting at the a cruise on the Cnilnnt .Lady on" field and continue until SaturPugct Sound Wednr•sday, July d~y c-:ening when the three-day 31. fan· will close with presentations A very pleasant outing is re- of a \Vards, a ·sty 1e shovv and professional entertainment. ported by all. Pee Wee's to Seattle The Auctioneer Pee Vv ee baseball team really enjoyed a treat of a trip to .Sc,,11:tlc July 31 to \vnteh th1.:~ ScntJ.1e Rainicrs play the San Diego Padres. Bob Martin arranged the trip. The' boys also wish to thank the men. who furnished transportation for the trip. Sympathy D0<;pcc;t 'ympathy lo Mrs. Ben Woodruff .whos" ni.mt passed ai.va:i in· Ne\V Mexico.

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The McChm·d Spo1·tsman's cquiprnent. Club will hold its next monthly The Navy said the pu:tposcmeeting Friday, August 9 at 7:30 p;m. in the Cascade Room of the the tests is to p21·i'oct a t:.:.d.1·~ NCO Club. New officers for the nique for the operai:io~"l cf a11 \"VesLei·n IIC!11isr:·lv;:·rc st:1tt:"'l coming yea1· \Vil! b·? elected. This tn1cki:n.:-; st:r~ti.o:ns. dinner and business meeting is rr husband and wife affair and th" fish caught at the Salmon Dc1:by ''ll July 21 rrt Point Defiance will be • • ?:i\!r .,., 1· served. The regular meeting will J ... a /1 I not be held Mimday night, 5 u71lftl11@Plll 'wqw,~:·:/ 1·' August. '·•·'·:.y .··.•-..;· . •. W,'.!1' ~.I . .ff.ff c• ,;. ,,,. l ., ;: :::;; .:,·.•:•<2.cs;c I

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planning committee includes Bob Gilmore, John· Harbor· a,nd Ka1,hyrn Hanson; publicity; Maude Swalander; refreshments, Helena Heil and Ann Templin. County Agent Speaks Joe Buhaley, County Agent for Extension Service in Forestry, was the speaker Friday evening, Aug; 2, for the regular meeting of Fruitland Grange. Following his talk he showed a film, "Promise of the Trees," which showed the processing of trees from the tree farms here in the Northwest to the finished products of wood ,which has educational as well as interest value. There will be no Grange meeting Aug. 17, the next regular meeting to be Sept.' 6, at which time the.. Home Economics department will have charge of the

low

Mo.nth I

SANDERS - EDGERS - POLISHERS - HAND SANDERS SKIL SAWS - ELECTRIC DRILLS - CEMENT MIXERS - ETC. . . ALSO HAND TOOLS FOR RENT

nderson lumber

Platter Chatter

their second releases.

with the best of them.

Ricky, whose "Teenager's Romance" and "i'm Walkin' " gave Verve Records its first million seller, is back once again with a new ballad with a beat "You're My One And Only Love.': Strong sales action on this recm;d has already been reported By Mickey Hamlin and it's simply a matter of time until it hits the high mark on .the Visitors Ricky Nelson and Sal Mineo, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pronovost two young fellows whose initial hit charts. from Calispell, Mont., have been releases brought. their respective Sal Mineo, the second of our guests at the. Karl Cordes home recording companies to the top, twosome, seems happily headed recently, Woodland residents will are both hit chart bound with back via "Your Shouldn't Do remember the Pronovosts when That," his latest recording for they lived on Cherry street a -------------·------~ Epic Records. Sal's first recordfew years ago and will be inter- with a housewarmiing on Friday ing of "Start Movin' " brought ested to hear of the birth of a afternoon, Aug. 2, presenting a Epic its first hit parade tune in new daughter, Lari, now a month gift for the new home. Those many, many months. With the old. Mr. Pronovost is employed present. were Mesdames Frank success of this recording and sevat the aluminum plant in Calis-. Wiggins, Walter. Waller, Billy eral.other tunes that were well pell. Henn, William Westman, Oscar receivGd by the "public, ·Epic has Neighborhood Club Swalander, }· C. Mullins, Ed recently announced that the first The ·woodland Neighborhood Swalander and her mother,,1.Mrs. part of 1957 has been their most club surprised Mrs. Ed Swalander Ed Gorow from Midland; also successful financial se~son in · Mrs. Jim .Hess from Firgrove, well over two years, due· mainly sister-in-law of Mrs. Swalander. to the extraordinary success of Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, y Payments "Start Movin' ". "You Shouldn't Puyallup TH 5-8621. ' ·Do That" has a catchy tune and Don't Wait - Get Your Car clever lyrics that are beginning to create comment. Give it a few In Condition for Carefree M.ountain View weeks and ~.t should be up there Mo~or.ing Now . • ~

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Services were held in St. John of the Woods Catholic church Saturday morning for John R. Dargon, 41, of 2625 East 72nd stre<;t, who was killed last week whc'{1 a bulldozer rolled on him. He had heen a resident of the Waller Ro1:1d area for a number of years. · Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Stella Dargan, of the home; two daughters, Coleen and Mrs. Layle Say!o:r of Tacoma; a son, Ronald . Hopkins; five brothers, Robert, Donald, Joseph, William and James, all of Tacoma; a sister Mrs. Pa.ul Bekman of Chicago; his mother, Mrs. Margaret Dargan of Tac9ma, and one grandchild. . · Sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved family. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, LE 7-5210':

If "Marching Along To The Blues" .and "We Kept On Dancing" doesn't send Perry Como into the top ten on the hit charts, I don't know what will.. .. Toni Williams, who sings lead with the Platters, has recently cut two sides on his own. The side currently getting the. spins is his ''When You Return" . . . "Just Between You And Me", the flip side of the Chordettes "Soft Sands,;' could break big in· our. area ... "Climb Love Mountain" is climbing todays' ladder of hits. Kay Star's magnificent "My Heart Reminds Me" could b · An excellent example of Per. · d F urm't ure IS · · ch air. • production numbers back rmg into IO an e1ec t nc popularity . . • Pat Boo'n,e is It ends a sentence.

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"' '"' ,. '" '" "' "" "' "' "' ". "' '"' bound to turn "Gold Mine In The ~ .,Sky!! .. into still yet another mil· Ill lion seller. Flip is a new ballad, 1 " Rc.member You're Mine" .... 1 "V\Tonderful, Wonderful, Wond· erful," the title of Johnny t33rd AND PACIFIC AVENUE 1 Mathis' new Columbia album, ap~ly describes the contests. 1

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Is the ;,ow deader-than-a-doornail calypso trend being replaced by a Buddy Knox s Hula Love and Rust:)'. Draper's "R?ck-A~Hula" seem ..to suppo;t this swmg t.o Hawa~an mu.sic', H~wever, if Hawau~n ~us~c. is .g~mg ~o become the thmg, 1t s gomg to require stronger tunes than these to ignite the smoldering rumor.

BOB AVITT"S

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RE.PAIRS

WALLER ROAD

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Bi sq ui ck CAKE MIXESA summer as far as the men are concen1ed. They're interested in· light-weight do thing, golf and water. sports. To them, the fa!! season is hundreds of years away. \'i;T omen are more far-sighted, it seems. ,,.,,,,,,~~ now they'r:e vitally interested in autumn fashions. The hemfo1e and the very latest in hats just fascinates the little women. And, of course, they're already thinking of what thr~y can do about brightening the home. rWhen the days become dark and Bill McLeod, / • • your Telephone j9r~'at·y. Well,_ we can't think of anything Manager ii offhand that is smarter than a color telephone. You have J> your choice of ivory, cherry red, rose beige, moss green, ~pastel yellow, medium l;alue, oxford gray or mahogany brow11. Have these color, phones installed in any room use a lot. The cost is low •.• the convenience high. call a11d we'll tell you how easy it is.

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Mr. Vanderwarker urged all military people who might have a good .Idea on how somcthjng might be, done- better to submit their ideas to the base manpower office, room 9 in Wing HeadCivilian employees have been quarters. receiving 41 incentive a\va'rds 1 ' for Civilians with ideas should send so~e time for good ide2.s that can their ideas to Civilian Personnel. be used by the Air Force.

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IIenry Vanderwarker of Mai.1""! power Management reports that an Awards Committee will review all ideas submitted by military personnel and determine first if they ~re good and second how much 'cash the originator \Vill receive.

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.the Morton hospital last Sunday afternoon; the latest rcpm·t is DAVID RO'INLANDS, .Jr. 13 (left), son of Tacoma's City Manager that he is still quite ill. Reporter-Mrs. Pearl E. Enr,el, and Mike Steele, H-year old son of Mr... and Mrs. Patrick M. Steele, decked out in some spe!!ial N1KEman's pn-otective clothing, appear Elbe. reody for a flight to outer space. The boys accompanied their fathers on a tour of the Nike site at Midway, Washington last week where t]>ey had a first-hand opportunity to observe the futuristic, £npersonic missile from close range. ·

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"He may be awarded as. much as $25 at this level," says Vanderwarker, ' but may receive as much as $75 more from ADC if the idea is an outstanding suggc-stion." 4

·u is now possible for military personnel to receive cash awards for new idpas they might think ·up, according to a recent Air Force directive. if.

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