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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1957

Livestock Cause Of A11to Mishaps

Mk!lkmd W.C.T.U. A potluck picnic dinner will be served Tuesday, Aug. 20, weather per1nittting in the yeard of Mrs/ August Elmquist, otherwise H will be in the house, at 12:30. There will 'be special music by l'vL·s. Paul Andc,-son and the roll call will be answered by favor.ite scriptura1 vcrs~:s. Mrs. Jessia Siddali will have the prayers and devotionals. 'J1he M]d.h~nd gtoup can c]aim the membership of two L.T.L. boys attending the camp for three days :md \Vinning so1ne 1

A cow and a horse figui·ed in t\ve.-- ,s~riOus automohi1c aceidents during the weekend. On Thursday evcn;ng about 8:20 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAulcy· of Rt.. l, Box 214, Ye1m, \vere driving 011 the Roy highway in their 1949 Nash coach ,vhcn a CO\\' appeared directly al1ead of tbe1n P.nd McAulcy could not avoid hitting her. The car· $\Vervt"d. and hit a bridge, throwbg :tfrs. McAulcy out. In hc.s effort to help his wife,_ MacAulcy spl'nng from the car ]nnving it jammed in gear, and jt tgQj~,,i;if,£, ;ran 100Q feet !udher and ended in the brush, a tot.al

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'Tho Election of c•fficers will be lhe main item' of the meeting and the president, Mrs. Gjuka will have' several other features to hring before the group. 1\ilembers \Vrcck. and friends invit<ecl to attend. The MacAuleys were taken by friends to St. Peters hospital in Jack Kinkade, co,-o,Nner of the Olympia, suffering from bruL~es I.1n.kewood Necchi-Elna Con1pany, and lacerations; later returning has bought an attractive new to their home. The cow whkh home for his family in the Lalrncaused the accident has not since \Vood Fairvvay addition. He has long been asr;ociated with sales been located. Art McKellips, State Highway pmmotion of Nccchi-Elna sewing Patrol, investigated the acciden'o. rnnchincs. On Sunday njght a pick-up truck driven by Alfred Frappier a • of 617 South 19th, Tacoma, hit a ~ SUCCEESFUL WIFE .•. One horse :.on the Mountain Highway ~ that always lets her hus- ~ at South 175th St. near Spana~ band do ,;s she pleases. ~· way. ·The truck was damaged ~ ---------§ about $200 and Frappier was ~ School Shoes hy the thous- ~ taken to a Tacoma hospital with ~ a_nds! Get 'em now while ~ minor injuries and later releas~ sizes are full. § ed. The horse, which belonged ~ ''!>le have ?oys shoes - Oxfor~s ~ to Art Drexler and had strayed, ~ - Wedgies - Boot; - Te;mis ~ was so badly hurt that it had to ~~ .Shoes, _ etc ..... $u.98 "& .up S s b c d es t.royetI. 1'he acc1'don"'' \vas I' Girls Flats - Sa~dles - Jm;ior ~ invce.tigated by Pierce County i;: League Wedgies - Tcnms - ~ . , . ~ .. Om am en ts, _etc. $2.98 & up ~ Shel'lff s dcputws. ~Mons Oxfords - Wedgies- Bush~ A third mishap, whkh occurred ~ Boots - Deser~ Boots - Log- ~ Sunday n!tom?~n near tb~ Park~ ger Boots - Lmemens Boots ~ land Jumor R1dmg Club grounds ~ - Calked Boots - Rubber ~ on South 146th St., had a slight ~ Boots, Etc. . . . ~ connection with horses ·since Also a.. full sel?ction of fine ~ Marlene Anderson, 17, of 415 ~ ~ua!1ty rebuilt shoes and ~ East l 2 lst, might have ·been 00 ~ s. ~ thinking of the Ju;,icr.horse shQW ~ PAUL'S SH 0 ES ~ earlier in the day when. her car ~ Spanm~ay . ~ crashed hear-on with ~hat of ~ Closed ;:,un. & Bolldays only~ Elmer C. Delaney Jr., 1402 North -~_,/,,.f;,,,$'..rf.s:rr,,;r;.r.AJ-AYEJ1;;r~-:ir,...r..rJL.r.r.T..rJA"3 Anderso11 Taco1na.

It's 'Jubilee time again at Morton, 60' n1iles south of Tacoma in Eastern· Lewis county. The 15th B.nnu_al Loggers Jubilee ·will be held paturclay and Sunday, with Ii- coloHul a;1d thriil-packed prog-i·an~r i:nsuring action eye1~y ininUte.

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but his t\vo passc·ngers Sustained painful injuries. Nedra Smith, 1206 N~rth Lawrence, Jost several front teeth >md suffercq lacerations and posoible skull fracture. Her n1othcri Mrs. l\1arylin Smith, was hospitalized for possible fracLuro cf lhe Jmecs, foot, arm and shoulder. State Highway l:'alrol Officer ArL McKellips inves tigaied the acci.deni.

Birthday Party Colorful beaclicomcr party hats added gaiety to the 11th .birthday party for Winnie Hawkins, daught<:or of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hawkins at 11612 South Yakima recently. The beautiful pink frosted cake, baked and decorated by her mother, \va·s sprvcd \Vi th ice crean1, \vj Lh party favors in. f:·iJ .. ]y pink cups. Attending tl1c party were Rhonda Arena, Valerie Clarkston, Pattie Helder, Ton¥ Bott, Dennis and David Opdahl, the honor guest and her t.wo brothers Joaquin and Tony Hawkins. Ead1 child received a prize, aloo a grand prize (a calic) fot one boy and one girl, Tony Bott and Rhonda Arena being the lucky ones. Winnie received beautiful gifts.

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Photo by MeKewen FLYING $A\JCI;.:!;LS~.t)..Rl): ,P,EAL? FLYING SAUCERS ARE A FIGMENT OF THE IiVlAGINATION '? Regardless· of' which way your own thoughts lay, you will find the new weekly series, "FLYING SAUCER HEPORTS", sponsored by the Bargain Basket, <;f great interest.

SACRED .CONCERT-Pictured above ar~ the four young singers hearty loggers breakfast who will Le heard Monday evening at Trinity Lutheran parish hRU, be served from 8:00 a. m. !oft to right: James Brandt, Aberdeen, Wash., bass; John Couley, Seattle, Wash., first tenor; Eclgar Larson, Tacoma, Wash., second iJ;iU noon each day, after which tennr; and David Knutson, Clarkston, Wash., baritone. the parade will tour the sfreets bf Morton for nearly an hour. Now .on its sixth annual surri- nate in solo roies. mer-long tour, the Ambassador In addition to their singing, " The afLernoon show is from Quartet of Pacific Lutheran Col- the collegians will conduct opcn- .2:00 p. m. until 4:20 p. m. Them lege will appear jn concert Mon-" jng de,;otions, and one of tl;em ~,;u be dances both Fdday and day, Aug. 19, at 8:00 p.m. in the will give a bi·ief talk on Christian Saturday nights. A rock and gem display is beTrinity Lutheran parish house, ·education. l21st ai1d Park avenue, Parkland. On their current three'month ing held in com18ction with the Included in the program of sac- tour the Quartet will give over Jubilee, the exhibits being stagred music will be 15 selections, 100 concerts jn Washington, ed by severiil enthusiastic rock including arrangements of famil-· Idaho, Montana , Utah, Califor- clubs, including tl:!e Newaukem R.o~l:bounds, the Packwood Prosiar hymns, Church music classics nia and Oregon. and well known Spirituals. The Brandt and Cooley are music pectors, tho Mortoa Rockologists public is invited! there will be education majors. Larson will and the Nisqually Roe,\. club. no admission charge but a free e1}ter Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Many beautiful and interesting will offering will be taken. jn September. Knutson, student dis plays will be seen. John Cooley, tenor, and David body president-elect, is ·a preA::. in iurmor years, n.:ishhorKnutson, clarinetist, dill alter- theology student. 'ing ·con1n1unities \viU be reprc:Scn ted by attractive floats and 'conte 0 t talent. It is a worn.ierful 'Rummage Sale 'time for people io visit Morton an·l !nec't' jtS prclgl'essive and The Riverside Valley Grange hosp'tablc people. No. 10·17 will hold a rummage sale Friday and Saturday ill 'the old book store across the street from the Liberty Theatre on Main street in Puyallup. A large and vaded selection of worthwhile merchandise will be available. Men and women residing in Thncs .Tou1~nal territ.ory i.vho have been named by Pince County Clerk Robert L. Dykeman for jury duty in Sqii·mnher and Oc..htober, -to report; in Superior ·court :Zleparfmen± '6 at. 9:.00. a.1n. Sept. 9: T?-co1i1a rcCei1t1y by train, accornWilliam L. Adrrms, 112·10 East panied ·by local Boy Scouts who Leonard's C:ro::;sing; Cecilia J. had enjoyed the three-week exAndrews, Rt. :{ Box 6.25, PuyalAt this same cursion Js;i the Fourth National sistcd Stand jn ronting the club's lup; Floyd L. Auston, Tillicum; oy Scouts of America ,Tamborc:e new road trip which will take Ma~-y \ 1. Blornqui~~r 1 Ilt. l3, Box hold at Valley Forge, Pa. Forty- place Sunday1 .August 25. '3S; Muriel H. Cnmbcrn, l31st a11.d two countries were reprcsentul The gmup will form. their Pacific Ave.; Walter E. Challendthis year by Scouts and selcckd caravan 111 the Bungalow park- er, Rt. 3, Box il8.3, Puyallup; Scout leaders. ing lot at 10702 Pacific Ave.,, at Marie Christopherson, 415 Soui;h Truman as fal.lwr of tlwce 9':30 a. m. nnrl will travel up .the 122nd. boys-ar~es 10, 1,1 1 and lG-v~"ns Mountain Highway to Elbe. Here Glenna Clevenger, Rt. ;.;, Box right at home. As .excited as any the cn'"s 'will turn onto the Mor- 654, Tacoma; Ann I{. Daniels, 702 of the boys, Trµman took plenty ton highway and travel on to Etn;t 91st; R.ika June Davidso11 ef singing material with him to lfandle and Packwood. The final 406 South 117th St.; Ea!'l ·B. Gilkeep the boys busy during the de~tination will be the La Wis man, 10614 East Grant; Eva IndJong trajn ride. Wis campground where indivi- crbit:rnn, Rt. 1, Box 237, SpanaFrom the 150 Scouts unde1· dual lunches \vill be eaten. ',\·ay; .L ra.nk !{use],, ERtonville. the Rainier council, the 40 selectThe route hom1e will be by Gene Lebert., Ashford; Gerald ed were all 2nd class Scouts o{ way of forndlc, Cosmos, Mossy- F. LeMarr, Rt. 3, Bnx 728-A, Ta12 years of age. It is certainIY rock, rvtnry's corner ancl High- cc,.-ua; Gertrusc J\1rrac::s: Eatonviiqui tc an honor for Truman \vay rH). le; Mary· Jean Pnync, 100? Wheel •. Da;vn, 2dvancemcnt counsellor Eleanor H. Both Mr. and Mrs. John R. er St., Parkland; for Troup 76 at Summit. Noble, of 141G South 109th ,St., Quinn, 115°'1 A S1 Frnnces T. 1vcrn priz0. \\·inne1·s i11 the "'-lila.. Raden, Hi. :J, Box 3Sh, Puyallup; hoo' tourna1nent sponsor,'?d by Ella M. Rosi.edt, .S201 South Park; Departn1ent tJ1c VoiJiS\vagen club of Tacoma Jan1es T. Scafturon, 802 South at its picnic, held Sunday, Aug. 116th. Vv'altcr Sd:~nck, Grnham; El· Dr. C. R. Fahghcr, Direcfo1' of ,;, at Wapato Park. The Nobles, new residei1ls to n1cr M. Thm-:,en, !)'.!') South 139th the Tacoma - Pierce County Health Department is warning this Hren, v 1crc active in a VoJks.. St.; Leif Thorva]d:::;on. Eatonvilie; Pierce County· rcsidc.nts to be on ,,-~_gen club at Eli.math Falls, .Frank L. 1I'rut111r-J11 East 138th and McEinley: C<'r:il C. Williams, guard for unlicensed persons con·· Oregon. Ea.tonvillc; Gerald ·~{oungcdyk, t.ractini; for septic f.tJ nk clea11i11g l101 South l39th St.; Fra11k or repairB• Zerkle Jr., Rt. 7, Box 516 Ta ... Licen:::Jcd scptie f:t:Jnk cleaners co:na. may be identified by the large letters P.C.H.D. followed by their licen~e number painted on both Sun1111it Volunleer Firemen re~ sides of the cab of their pump porl !.hal they aro still canvastrucks. 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A recent A.P.R.G. rele&S\' of 7 /10/57 states . . . There jg now sufficient information based on data compiled from eyewitness accounts that a high percentage of aerial phenomena such as those popularly described as unidentified flying obj0cts are "intelligently controlled craft ,whose ports of origin are outside earth's atmospherc.J This ]s the conciusion reached as th2 result of a study begun by Aerial Phenomena Research Gmup in Seattle, Washington on January 1, 1954 into the field of unidentified flying objects .and related phenomena. Commenting on this study, National Director of Aerial Phenomena Research Group Robert ,J. Gribble said: "Although the accounts considered in this study did not contain scientific measurements of every sighting, it was possible to establish certain valid ·conclusions by the application of statistical methods jn t.he treatment of the data. Analyzed and ananged, the data did show a markeq pattern. On the basis of this marked pattern of the d3.ta, it is considered to be highly probable that many of the more than 3,000 accounts of uniclentified flying objects examined in this study represent observations of technological developments outside the range of pi·esent. day scientific Jmowledge. Ther,,fore, it Js highly probable that many of the unidentjfied flying objects considered in this study are "spacecraft from other planets'." 1

Starthg next week, share. the experiences of the thousands of normal human beings who have actually had the opportunity to wit11ess flying saucers in action.

Vandals Break In

Turkey Dinner The Ladies Aid and Guild of the Roy Community Congregational church are joining forces for a benefit turkey buffet dinner Friday, August 23, at 5:00 o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall at. Roy. Mrs. Charles Thrnsscll and Mrs. Cn~!Orgo Lambertson arf: cochairmcn. 'l'ho pubiic is invited.

Forget~Me 2 Not Unidentified wrnchls didn't forget' a .thing when they broke in the Fol'get Me Not. Crtfo, corner of Park 'Ave. nnrl Airport Roads last Friday. The lweak-in and dan1agc \Vas reported to the Sheriff's office who h'1s the cac,c

Saunmit Firemen Maki.ng Canvass

'rhc ir:!:n1de-r;, rncl\:cd llp a mr,s,w but not very profitable record. }~c+ score: ~/li?sh1g; four boxes of chnc~o]ntcs: 6 ca~ttons of pop; scvcraJ boxes of ciga1·c;; pun0.h board pri7.0s; candy bars; one }~CA portnh1c radio; and sevcnd Iighter·s. To cornpJ~tc the job throy bent th" bands on tlw clock, rn11nPcr1 ~yru 11 rron1 tht! rountnin at, rF11idon1 over thP floor ·and seTving area; to:;scd ketchup into the ice eream nnd lifted a dollrirc, worU1 of pennies from the rash r~~gist.c1·.

Earl Mundell is among tlrn naval reservists leaving this su1nmcr for tw-o \-Veeks' training at :Floyd Bennett Field, N. Y. His home is Tt 1312 South 103th St.

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Septic Tanks Cleaned jJON'T encourage dishonesty; 0. B. ACKLEY locks 'keyed, combinations LE 7-7882 LE 7-4343 ch"!nged; Parkland Cycle & Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7Johnny 5772. 3ctf SNAP ON 'l'OOLS Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox 1-0856. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS . CLEANED Contents hauled 'away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR 2-7334. If 110 answer call GR l'ree Estimates 2-9222. 3ctf Guarnnteed Satisfaction BHJCK WORK - House levelEmergency SeFvice ing and foundations, retaining PEARL walls, sidewalk and patios, fire·· place and stone work. ·LE 7LE 7-3563 4W1. 3ct.f CA:'.'!YON ROAD GRAVEL & KITCHEN CABINETS, corner SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers shelve,;, book cases; birch, fir or knotty pine; built to your loaded 01· we haul; LE 7-7586 3ctf specifications; get the best for 1ess--,my prices are the lo\vcst. ·"'' R ws.._ im HOOVER'S CABil\fE1' SHOP, LE 7-5514. 3ctf

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$7.500 Midland School; 7 years old; insulatM ed; metal sash; washer and dryer included; and other attractive features; owner leaving city; FHA terms.

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COTTAGE AlV!PNG THE I;"'LOWE!tS VERY NICE 2 bedroom, with everything for just comfy living. well landscaped. and 4 car garage, close to Parkland; Full price $8500 on E-Z terms. Mr. Black, LE 7-3501 or LE 7 -3272 evenings.

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3 BEDROOM home with .separate dining room; all large rooms; full basement; 3 large chicken houses. Collins district. Full price $12,000; owner will carry contract. Call C. J. FulSatisfaction Guaranteed "wilcr, GR 4-9579. Free Tube Testing 55TH & McKINLEY AVE. 4 BEDROOM home and fenced 'back yard; 8-year-old plastered home, cove ceiling in living :room. Imn1ediate possCssion; FHA appraised $9.000. Call C. Your Fuel Oil & Appliance J. Fulwiler, GR 4-9579·. Dealer CASH TALI{S 140th & Paciljc LE 7-8624 3 ROOMS arl'd 3-piece bath; concrete foundation; 2 lots; 3 12 lots; 3 bfocks to 64th and Pa- O Automotive cific Ave, Call Ralph Decker, '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; GR 4-9579. wholesale prices. SMALLEY . $200.00 DOWN MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., PAYMENTS $45 a Mont.h; move LE 7-4060 anytime, evehings, in today; 2 bedrooms, newly 'lundays. 12ctf painted inside and out; 3 piece ~~~~~--~~~~~-· bath; wired 220; lot 60'x100'; close to him and stores. Call Ralph Decker, GR t~-9579. Chevrolet Salesman Membe1· of Multiple Listi11g Serv.

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PLOWING, disning, i-otovating and lawn work. "D. R. Deeler, 3ct[ Hmnes In Parkland Com1111mHOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, LE 7°4940. ities; Acreage cJ115e in, either foundations; cement work: CERAMIC 'l'ILE - Drain boards, with or without buildings. free estimates; SK !l-2653. 3ctf hath rdo111s; store fronts; etc. Bert Brown HAY CUTTING, side <lelivery Remodel and patch work; free esti1nates; ohOne LE 7"'4J95; 11220 Pacific Ave. rake, plo\ving n11d-disci11g. Bale1" Don Flowers 3ct.f Office-Days: J,E 'l'-8605 available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and 12304 East -F St. New Chevrolet Ca.rs & Trucks Vickery :R,oad. 3ctf Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR ·!-3315 Used Cars & Tru_cks CUST9M KILLING, 'poultry of • Lost Found Come to all kinds; WA '2-6952. 3ctf LOS'r - Large timid grey-black tiger cat; strayed [roin Larchr:lTAK'S SUPER SOIL SERV. mo11t late ,Tuly. If scc11, please FOH. RENT - Fu.n?}~~1.erl, tvv:o~ ICE: Top soil, sanely loam. peat phone GR 2-2604. 6p49 bedroom. house; u1.1hues pa~d; A''or The Best Dea! fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7$60.00 par mo!lth; LE 7-7448. Opposite Post.office 82:59. ' 3ctf LOST - Green Parakeet, Band 10p49 PUYALLUP, WAS!·!. No. 56A57133; call LE 7-4275. GRAVEL - ' All sizes; top soil; BR 2-0734 1 b~d:room furn6t~51 FOR RENT leveling; weekend deliveries; TH 5-1766 TH 5-13:3;>; ished cabin, Parkland; 3 months LE 7-72!11. 3ctf 9 -··-~ free rent for ;:ir;~ded imprmre. ------~·'rnents; BR 2-4;:,::0i:l. 10p49 1949 CHltVRO'.LET ',6 •ten pi<::k-up ~-~--.~~~~~~-~~~

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Passing the buoy on the w·ay to the second in this series vve notice here and there: l\forric Anderson teaching his daughter, Donna, the fundamentals of fishing from their 18 ft. outboard. Bob Ferguson walking the beach after selling his 16 footer. Gail Owen, Kent Erickson and families doing a two day stint on the briny at Westport aboard "The Bronco Buster." Loui Beri·ay and family preparing to row back after a days outing with a local skipper who up to now believed in shutting off his inboard by turning off the gas and letting the motor run the carburetor dry. George Brown sweating it outat Corn~t Bay wait~ ing for the Port Yatch Basin crew to deliver him a spare motor. Seems the one on his 20 ft. Polly Craft conked out and left him stranded. Doc Erickson and family vacationing at Orcas Island till the 19th on their 18 ft. Bell Boy. Bill Bortle and family getting slig·htly bored fish~ ing from their 16 ft. outboard. No fish. Seems Gene Ehler is loolting for a bigger job. Has his 16 f-£. cabin job with Fageol inboard and trailer for sale. . . Art Wing's 24 foot cruiser is still gathering moss from lack of use at the Hylebos Boat Haven . Boat owners: "Keep us posted on your outing1-1. We're interested and so are your neighbors and fellow boat enthusiasts. Phone your riews to LEnox 7. 0223, or drop a card to Anchors Aweigh, P.O. Box 2008, Parkland, Wash. Items must be received by lVIonday for publication the following Thursday.

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FOR SALE Siegler heaters at Parkland Fuel OH Service; LE 'i'-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. 15ctf LOCKER BEEP, wholesale plus cuttil).g and wrapping, also retail counter. Avenue Meats, 8204 Portland Avenue. LEnox 7-3570. 15ctf EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant boats; wagon wheels for sale. Don't carry it-drive right into our complete out-board motor repair service shop. MAJOR OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. l5ctf ------G.E. TELEVISION, like new; only $58 due; $5 down, $5 eflch month. 1,JPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., Fu 3-2551. 15c49

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FOR SALE - Pure apple cider vinegar, the best; $1.00 gallon; 12207 Waller Road, LE ·7.7722. 15c49 , WANTED TO RENT~ Two or three bedroom house in Pnkland, with garage; not over $70; LE \U-3241. 15c49 -------.-,,-·WANT TO RENT by adults; or .ht\\' house with garage or otJ1cr outbuildings. Fred Martin, Rt. 1, Box 537 Graham; VI 7-7371. 15p50

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PARMENTER RED yearling he11s $1.20 each; bring container; L. C. McFadden, 10228 Pacific Avenue, LE 1-0711. 15p4~

Hlst & .Pac. Ave. LE 7-394ll JUST 5 LEFT-12-foot cedm· row Open Till 9:00 p.m. boats for sale, $35; Point Ohop - - ----·---- Resort, Eatonville, Wash. 158'19 FOR SALE - Deluxe Westinghouse Dishwasher, $279 · value, • Horses Equip. I 6 'md used less than 12 times. Has cfl_stoYs for portable use or FOR SALE - Registered Morgan can be installed .: pennanent. gelding, 7 years old; well trainSacrifice for $195. Can probably ed and gentle; 'Rt. 1, Box 473, arrange tel"lns to reliable party, Graham; VI 7-7357. 161YHi Phom;; LE 7-6374. 15p49

of AH Kin~.s i 3mmFarm Coiumn s-;;~-P::;:~k-A ~;~ 'iiS:-~il:i ...i~ri;;ft Notary Public OFFICE SUITE in .new legal ------· Studios. l5ctf Est. in Parkland Since 1941 buildi!lg, 11024 Pacific Ai;e.; LE BREED YOUR COW AR!'IFIC7-0266 or JU 8-8708. 10:49 IALLY to sires proved great SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES-· LE 'l'-8609 Office ~OZ .Garfieltl §t., -Parkland \~/ashingto~ P1Jo'\Y~d ,Sire Service. Phone LE 7-3330, Patty An.."> "Deal with the peopie who gi<•e • Service George Lytle, technician, phonie Bakery. 15ct.1 you theii; · personal attention." Yelm 3931, or Graham V1 7 WASHING MACHINE PARTS- 7411 before 9:00 a.m. 13ctf FOR SALE ~ Double oven elecLargest stock ·in town. Repair- -----------------· tric stove, g'ood condition' $70. ing that pleases. BB's Washer FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, .6,lh Cu. Ft. Coldspot refrigerService,. 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 $_25 per ton. Call civenings, LE ator, also g'o"Od, $40. Call LE 7Save A Life 13ctf 7865. 15c49 11ct£ 7-5\372.

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Vacation Trip August 10, in Plymouth, Indiana. FOR SALE - Baby playpen, door Home again after a week's va- The new arrival weighed in at gate; potty chair; LE 1-0828. 15c49 cation are Mr. and Mrs. C. R. eight pounds and four .ounces. Arneberg, daughter Anna and This is the first grandchild for FOR SALE - Lumber; 2x4, 2x8, son Bob, and his ne\i\r vvife, the the Walter Corrigans and also 2x10; 24 foot; good quality; phone LE 7-8869. l5p49 former Elaine Barker. The first th" fo·st niece for Bev's sister, night was spent in Altrusa, Cali- Marlene. FOR SALE - White enameled fornia, and the following day Trip to Portland trash burner in good condition; tmveling to Reno, Nevada where Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cleary and THornwald 5-5087. 15c49 they spent time tourihg the many Mr. and Mrs. Al Edtl traveled to FOR SALE - New matched dav- famous and popular clubs. The the Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful enport and chair, $90 cash; LE next day was quite enjoyable. in 7-5344 after 6 p.m. 15c49 Las Vegas. Four days were en. MotlJ.er in Portland last weekend; returning Sunday evening ..They CANNING JARS this week 50c joyed in Long Beach, California, visited shrines, the new church, and 75c; 1415 South 104th, LE with son and brother, Ri'ChaTd, and _other points on the 60-acre 7-3475. 15c49 who is stationed with the United site and enjoyed organ concerts States Navy aboard 'the U.-·--·---·at the Grotto. PART PUREBRED Spl'inger pup- S.S. Frontier .Naval Destroyer Guests Honored pies, 7 weeks old and ready for Tender. They toured through Distheir new homes; LE 7-4290; neyland, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Mr. -and Mrs. David Dickson ' . call evenings. 15c49 Marineland, San Diego, Camp celebrated the visit of their i;wo FOR SALE - .Washing machiI1es, _Pendleton and TiaJuima, NJ:exico daughters and their families a:t a reception Sunday, August . Alice apartment and. trailer size, .each ancj. had a wonderful trip: $25; adjustable dress form. $20. Twin foris Marie (Mrs. Granville Purcell), 11716 South Sheridan. 15p49 JI.fr. and Mrs. Jennings Irish, flew in with her one-yea;r~old FOR SALE -- 4x7 Trailer. Call 10419 East Taylor, weleomed,.·qa,1ig.4t~J:;". Mary , Frauc1;s, fr9m after 5 p.m, LE 7-3775. 15c49 twih girls into their family July "'.'1~ami, Oklahoma. She will be ---··------·---19. The girls, who have been JDl":ed by her husband and stay GRAVENSTEIN APPLES - $1.00 named Christine and Kathleen, until the end of August. box on tree; bring containers; Mm·y Claire (Mrs. Joseph 1716 South 106th {Yakima are also welcomed by a broth8r, Boyle), came from Santa Anna, Avenue). i5c49 Danny. California, with her husband and New Daughter FOR SALE - Nice girl's cloththeir two-year-old, Mary Ann. Congratulatio.ns are in order ing, - 10-year size, very reasonThey will be here until August for Mr. a11d Mrs. Michael Jeffirs, able; also two sleeping bags; LE 7-8394. 15c49 the former Beverly Corrigan, on 14. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan the birth of their fast child, a FOR SALE - 21 inch television, daughter, Marlene Michelle, born LEnox 7--8545. good' condition, $65, take part trade; 14 inch television, good condition, $35; phone Eatonville 2-4951. 15c49

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WILL DO IRONING in my home All Pierce County 4-H'ers are in Parkland; phone LE 1-0768. plenty busy this week getting 14c49 ready for the Junior Fair being SEWING, alterations, mending, held on the grounds of the Sumironing·; reasonable; quick serv- ner high school this Thursday, ice; LE 7-5636. 14ctf Friday and Saturday, August 15, SEV'lING, alternations, mending, 16 and 17. All the Midland club ironing; reasonable; quick serv- members are readying their exice; LE 7-5636. 14ctf hibits to be entered this week, - - - - - - - - - ____________ ___ culminating their project work ® Miscellaneous 15 for the past 4;H year. Wednesday afternoon will see PIANO LESSONS Classical th!e judging of the annual Dress and modern. Reasonable rates. Revue and Thursday evening, Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. 15ctf August 15, the crnwning of Queen Valeria Bombardier, TACOMA UPHOLSTERY president of the Midland 4-H Special on reupholstering davenport, chair, as low as $129. Clover club. Queen Valeria and Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; her Queen Mother, Mrs. Walter Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7- Corrigan, will also be appearing 0327. 15ctf on the special noon programs held on the fair grounds ThursSAVE$$$$ day, Friday and Saturday, as RUGS or wall-to-wall carpeting; well as having the Queen and her Mohawk, Bigelow, Hightstown, court reign over each evening Barwick, U name it..._Guaranteed program. Many interesting and lnstallaticn by experts. Nothing exciting acts have been obtaindown, 36 months to pay (Bank ed to entertah1 the public. Ad. Terms). Get a bid-you'll be mission is free and everyone is glad you did! Quality furniture invited. on same terms. PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific OFFER takes 20 ton alliAve., LE 7-3941. OPEN TILL BEST gator style hydraulic jack with 9:00. 15ctf 4 wheels; also trailer air conditioner with pun'lp; phone LE 74100. · · 15c49 Midland ,,

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Thursday, August 15, 1957 The TIMES-JOURNAL

Senator Goldwater bellev.es II that high tax rates are actually a major source of iJlfl~t~on, beGustafson is Mrs. Verne Fogle's cause they are "a liwiting, fp.ctor }''\'ALLER. ROAD .• . on personal and business· savbrpther .. ings, arid . thus result. iii excessLast Thursday evening a family ive pressure on the banking sysget-together was held. at the tem for ca]Jital whiCh.· sh,ould Fogle home, · catching Brother have come ~ro,rr~ ~1+I'!,~1:1.t__ if!._coip.e.'' Norm up on the comings and 9 . ........... - . ·Spending a week's vacation ip goings of the family. Medical inquiries into the posJoining · tl;e · group · was a sible deleterious effect·. of cigarTacoma visiting relatives and old brother-in-law ·and . sister,· Mr. ettes on heal~h don't. ss;>_em. to time friends was Norman Gustand Mrs; .Leo. Heather, Fred, Judy afson, accompanied by his daugh- and Hal, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Leon- have hurt sales. This year,. it is forecast, cigarette consumption ter Nancy, of Salinas· ,Calif. Mr. ard Heather; brothers, Kenneth will top the former all-time rec· Baker and' Mr. and Mrs. Frank ord of 394,100,000,000 establishBaker; their father, A. E. Gust- ed in 1952. afson, all of Tacoma; Mr. and o Mrs. Douglas Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edison's· first lamp Ronald Fogle and•Connie, Mr. and bulb burned 40 hours. A replica Mrs. L. J. McMahill and Rocky of that bulb was recently s-;yitchand Christy. Mr. and Mrs. Leo ed on in a l>iboratory-,-and it is Bassett ( Bill Rho.des and Jim expected to burn fo:r 100 years. Evans. During the pleasant evening, installed and final plans ·made movies and colored slides were for the Community Fair. enjoyed. Refreshments were servOn .Furlough er at a· late hour. Ron Ferch, on two-weeks 'fur!ough from the U. S. Army;· staGarden Club The Waller Road Garden club tioned at Fairbanks,' Al!'lska, has been spending ·it with his parmeeting has been changed .to ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alven Ferch 12503 WALLER lWAD Aug. 29 due to the Waller Road of 5319 Vickery .road. " CALL LENOX. _7-8309 . Fa.ir.dates. At t~is meeting offi4-H Picnic. .. · .. , . <;ers for the commg year will be The Waller Road+H :Soys held their annual picnic at Wapato park Aug. 6. Accompanying· th!! boys were their leaders, Mrs. m II Ii Rudolph Geise and Mrs. James Larson; als;, two 'mothers, Mrs. Knows how to save Peter Hulscher and Mrs. Ray money on we kids shoes. Williams. The afternoon was ~ She takes 'em to Art's spent in fishing, playing base~ for fixin'.- They last! ball and _various other games. Grange Grangers! Attend the Aug. 16 meeting at 8:00 p.m. Due to the AND REPAIRING Waller Road Fair, Sept..6 and 7, Garfield Street Opposite P.O. there will be no Sept. 6 meeting. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle,

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pen to see running loose should be reported to the sheriff's office i1nrnctliatcly. It. inlght save sn1neone fro~ losing a valuable horse. 'The mountain rid~ for the Pc.rkland horsemen le.st weekend was called off because of rain. . . P erh nps t h ey can fmd a mce weekend at some later date. The Tr1.co1ua 'Lariett..cs are pl:.-!nning- a n1ountain ride this coming \V,cekend. vVcc ho;1" th~y'h•wc better lucli: \Vith the \Vcathcr. This coming weekend, August 17 and 18, is the rodeo <lt Rainiur. This ·is ahvays a \vild and Viooly affnir, and should prove entertaining. Along the trail we saw Pat Delaney out chasing his horse that he brought over from Yakimn . . . . Marlene Anderson in a cn1· HC<~ident that ahnost broke up the Parkland sho1v . . . . Bob Eirhvood from California visiting his folks . . . . Vforthy Ifocht judging the Parkland sho\v, pi_nch hitting for Bob Steele who ~vEs injmed when D. horse fell with him. --Send your ne\vs-ite111s,,to Larry'h Mt. View Cleaners, 11903 Pe.cific Avenue. LE 7..3261.

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Spanaway downed Edgewood 6-5 in 10 jnnings in a Valley League quarter-final playoff game Sunday at the South End Boys Club field. In 1.he other quarter· final game, St. Paul and Tacoma squeaked by Nalley's 4-3 in 12 innings. Spanaway plays South Prairie Saturlh1y at one o'clock at Cheney Field in a semi-final ga1ne ·which vvi11 dctennine the E'.'stern Division champion. St. Paul and Tacoma will play Stanley's in Saturday's second game starting at 3:30 p. m. Bob Brewer went all the way for Spanaway and scored the winning run on Don Andetle's enor in the last ha!£ of the 1.0th inning. Brewer fanned' only one batter and gave up' 12 hits, but he did not allow a base on balls which undoubtedly · saved the day for Spanaway. Edgewood jumped . off to an early lead on Fred Mlnnitti's two-run double in the third inning. Don rTavern's double, aR error md Dick Bausch's sacrifice opened the Spanaway scoring in the fifth. Edgewood scored an unearned i·un ·in the top of the sixth to make it 3-1, but Spa1'.away tied th~ score in the last half of that framf,. Ray Brammer was safe on Miller's error and singles by Jim Olson, Tavern and Brewer produced two duns and knocked starter \'Jayne Slatzm· from the mound in favor of Dick Foran. Two more Edgewood runs in the eighth made it 5 .. 3 and Foran had not yet.allowed a hit . B1:ewer started the ninth by walking. J·fansch singled to left and Darrell Billings, batting for Wally Jones sacrificed. Don Jacobson hit a roller to Miller and both 1·unneTs scored when he failed to come up with the ball. Ray Brammer singled, Buzz Eley fanned and ,Tim Olson was intentionally walked to fill the bases. Bob Howard forced Brammer

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sLa, \Vls. 1 y,iho stDppc·d here r:n~ TOUb to Canada. 'l'hey are makjng a .com12letL> loop trip of the U1iited State;;. Mi·s, ICletecka i~ on accomplished pls.nist and \~oic(? teachE-.r man:)f ·piano ·selections, both c:las.. sic. and pbpulal'.. Everyone gathered about the piano for an old fasl1ioned song fest as a finale: to a \Vonderful evening. Guests

County Agent ·News

KEEP THSS AD!

B.upe Machine Works &Garage

-mrovt11m.•s J inner .

COMPLETE MOTO.R REBUU.DING

\Ve1·0 over 2000 exh:ihlts.

"special__ tlnys''. Thursday is 1):iFair ·wa1iis day, Friday, .RotUi·y d8.yl Saturday, Grange day. is 2. clas~ I3 Jair, lD1der the YV :.1sh~ and ington St.at"e Fuir 1\~~:~oclation. Lunch will be scn·ed on the fair

The_ Pie1·cc County

~Junio1·

gTounds. Speein1 noontirne enter .. tEtin.rnent p1·ogrums a1·c scheduled for each. g·roup. '].'he Pie1'CO County Junior Fair is open to nU. Co::ne nnd set; :v.7 hc.-~ the ambitio.l.18 youth in the Conr..ty t:.~·e doing.

A.ny _orgn:1i:~cd youth p,·roup ·in Pie:rce County is eligible to partic).pate ..Pit_present.4··1-1 ·&. FJ?:t,_ 1ne1J:1bers have rcqu0ste:d 2nc;;111~ bcrship. The Fair is 1nanag2d Ly a g;coilp of ·voluritcc1·s v;hich ccmM pose ~he Boai'd of Director.s. These.directors represent the 4~1-I and F?A g~·ou~)s and also ser.vicc and civic organizations :in Pi·2rce County. Any. Pii.-TCC County org-cnization in:.ercsted in promoting youth activities in the county lnay npply fo1· mGnLbc:rship to the boartl of directors. Do:lrcl of dlrectors meetings a:ce held monthly throughout the JC»l'. /1.. de1nonstration conteSt is a very iinportant :Part of the fair activities. VVhile prose11tii1g den1011strations, club members teach reco1nmendcd practices in agriculture snd home economics. Tf1ey also gain valuable expel'i· ence spe.aking before groups. The public is invite-cl to watch the: demonstrations which m·c hold the first two days of the fair, Thu:-sday and Friday, from 9:00 a. m. till 3:00 p. n1.

lP.y horenee AHen Pin cushions to formals, cookies· to fancy i·olls, are only a fe-'.v· of the exhibits you will want to sec Thursday, August 15th, at the Junio1· Fail· in Sumner. 4-H Club leaders will be working hard all next \Veek to 1nake the 1957 Junior Fair the best ever. In the .Home Economics Division, Mrs. Robert Lewis of the Dclba 4-H Club will be superintendent or the clothing division. Linda Lewis, a Junior 4-H Club lcccder of the Dclba Club will be an assistant, as , \:yell as Mrsi 1 Charles Emeott, 4-H leader of the Clover Lc:af Il:ids of Univer·.1. sicy Place. 't-H membe1>s have been improving rooms in their homes so there will be an exhibit of Home Furil1~hings__. lvlrs. VVilliam Hagar, acsistnnt fonder of the> 'Nailer Hoad 4-I:I gir.ls elub is the superintendent ()f this divjsion. ;The Foo3s exhibits have tvlO supCrh1tendcnts, the Baking Department ,vill be in charge of rv:Irs. Iv:IeYers V\7he01Cr, leader -c:if the Wallsr Road '1-H Girls; Mrs. E. Alizood, 4-H lemler of the 'Vr.:ric'...1.Y Club o[ Ci-ig I-i::irbor -..vill

/tnother spccfril attraction is evening prograrns. 'l'bese begin at 7:30 p. 111. each ,of ihe thr.,..~·n nights. 1\dn1ission is L"ee although boost~r but.tons rnay be

,·1'· r~;::~hascrl to help support the ·. · ,

A new attraction this year iJ ~

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3 Trips To

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GEr<!ERAL

Fri.day: 8 a.!!).. - 9 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

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In 1240, the German Emporci· Fredel'ick Ii issued an edict whieh was to create pharmacy us an independent brat":h of puL1ie \veHare service. The three essentials wr·re: 1. Separation of the pram" accutical from the m0d" ic11! professiQ11. 2. Official supervision o[ pharniaceutical prescription. :1 .. Compulsory u:;e uf a prescribed formula. The first Pharnmcopieirr published were not all uniform in strength causing much clanger to the public when po\~·lerful prepa1·utions \Vere ordered in one countrv and dispensed in anothH. · Did you know that

Parkkmd Rexall P~armacy handle a complete line of

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And Right Prkes Toe! Glass Ell Hardware Eleetrical Supplies Charcoal BriqueUs Ph.!mbi:o.14 e Paint 1x8 No. 4

100 Ft.

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Midland

1. Enox 7-584-4,

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Richard M11ca of ·Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Blythe of Clovcw Creek, Mrs. Ruth Sheen of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. S. Langhca.it of Graham, Cliff Marlin of Clear Lake and Clyde Spangler of Mid.land. Since Mrs. Kreidler had lived with her uuml> as a child and :Hadn't seen her in 12 years, she was extremely happy to spend the week showing the Kleteckas Tacoma, the Mountain and all local spots of interest. Mr. and lVIr$. Alfred Kennedy of 'Los Angeles. Calif., visited their uncle and aunt,· Mr. and Mrs. Pete .Williamson, last week and spent th.e weekend on a trip around the Olympic Loop scenic

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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AUGUST 16th & 17th

drive. 'While here Went to Mt. Raini0r. I:;liSs Ja:r.iyce VVdght js vl:}iiin1~· her uncle, Charles Tu1c-1\cnzie, nt Rivc:1''s ViaT;,~ l'e_;t

1.1,-~ego·, Oi·egon. :R,epo1~ter - J\frs. and !..:he enl.orl.nii1ed rc~liltive~~- nnd guests 8uturJay evening v;,rith LE 7 ~7GE>8~ ~

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very plct~sn.l}tlY s_u·i;pri~e_d,

recf:trtly by thi:: ar:·iivfal of" JVf:rs.

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.A. beau"l-ifulJ:,7 de,;.,::;r:1iT•J ~heiv.rer sy;i1nrning . hfrs. E-~hel ILlnsen, ri,Irs. F.. B. at- c::i..ke \Vas fc:-tturcd n-t the coff0."e Btcsl>y nnd Mrs. Ethel Wetherell hoitr nnd ln!1ny loyc1y gifts \Vere pte:Sc·nted t,J tbe Y<,?1.:ng mothi~r~ spent a \•,reek_ Elt ih!'! Lench 2nd 1·eport. ihey 'hnd quite a time for TC~be. Presr:;nt \Vere ~~1c:;tlµ~ne::G .. Late th-::·tnssl1:es. Grange 8r., Liti.rg3rr·.t: Ho1;ve, _fl.nth Rc) 1,\7 ~, The Clover' Creek C·rnnge mRt T.1ai'!:On, Blanche C1·een1:,\yJ Rd Betts, Oni0r Roland, lvial'k Stone, wHh the Pkrce C01:nty Pomona Galma Osborn, Reynern, the Grange Aug. 10 at the Clover Creek Grai1ge hnlL hastes~ 2nd the honor gue8t. Chui·f:h 1\fotes Vttor.nen~s. Club Tho J\![issionnry group of Clov\;l' The Clover C1·eek 'Women's dub will meet today (Thurs· Creek Baptist chm·eh met Tuesday) at the hom.·3 of Mrs. C'.lr! day; this ,month g project is for L:ghtbody. Mrs. Prank Planrde the. missionary schools of Brazil. SatLEday the young people are was hMtcas for the Aug. 1 meet· hnving n \Vork duy; they ore mnk-jng. 'Visitors ing a rflissionary n1ap. · Lt. Col. am\ Mrs. William ,T. Repoi·ter-·..Mrs. \Villiam Dalby, State Training School nntl pasf; Gnnnorn ftorr1 TPavis ·.Air Force LE 7-0163. president of the American AsBase, 'Calif., .are visiting thci1· -~~-·-~--­ soCiation on lV.Icntal Deficiency; '.Mrs. Stuart W. Chapman of Ed- family on 'Military road. 'l'hcy n1onds, prr~sident of the Washington State School Directors AsWinnie Martin - Nola Clowers SOciation; ~Tohn L. O'Brien· of Seattle, speaker of thl~ State 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. By George ~ti.cell House of Representatives; Dr. A boy on crutches training hi.s Closed Mondnys Bernm·d Bucove of Olymp_ia, dir- Hereford heifer is Bob Merkle. ector of the State Health Depart- '1-fl boy of Midlancl~ in prepara:Evenings by Appointment ment; and Dr. Gunnat Dybwad tion fol' tho County Junior Faii· of New York, executive director at Stunner ...Bob \Vas hit by an of the National Association for automobile last winter and suf1~et.arded Children. fered a fractured hiu which still 'l'opics · to Ee discussed at the makes the uSe of crt;tches necesconvention sessions ·will include sary. 1Ie is leEding- hi_s "hnimal vocatio!!-al .trainin_g of the nu:nt- t\vice dailY and -grooming her ally rc;tarded, the ~vaiting list at twice daily. the two st!:ttc residence schcols, By Emest Hopp activities of the State's Intei·· This is the week of the Pierce Agency Committee on Mental County Junior Fair, held at the Retardation, sheltered work op- Sumner High School Spartan portunities, research and fund- field. Dates are August 15 to 17 Pay Light & Wato.r Bills Here rnising. 84TH & PACIFIC AVE. GReenfie!d 2-6445 inclusive. Those who have Special workshops have been watched the Fair develop can scheduled on education for re- scarcely believe their eyes when tarded children, on diagnosis and tlwy see its present size. counseling, and on . "Legislative Back in 1949-the first year in Aspects of Lifetime Planning." Sumner-a few temporary sheds along tho fences housed all the AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL WORK livestock. We are· still using .tem13411 Pac. Ave., P.O. Box 2445 Parkland 44., Wn. LE 7-7450 porary sheds, but the number and size has greatly increased. Bootery Lathe W01·k, Pl'ess Work, Con-Rod-G1·inding, Head Surfacing, Exhibits inclucle all types of liveLAKE'li:'OOD CENTER JU 8-4181 Piston Grinding, Brake Drnm Turning, Reboring, Main Line stock, d:;iiry, poultry, rabbits, Specializlng In Children's Shoes Boring, Pin 1''itti11g, Rod Aligning, Armature Turning, Crank garden, flo"l.vers, forestry and, 706 St. HELEN'S AVE. MA 7-6318 Service•. ho1ne econolnics. Last year there

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c·omplete Color Service

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.our appoh'ltmenl as a IB.RAND NEVI FUU,,ER PAiNT DEAlE'R to serve the

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Dkk Howard1 Fuller sales represen·tative. wm be tilt ol!!lr ~tore durill'l9 these two days to (lJSsist you with your painting problems. Come In And Register For Valuable Door Prizes To Be Awarded. Winner Need Not Be Present

To \>Vin!

Quality Venitian Mirrors 318" beveled edge, comnlete with hangers. Perfect .for your mantel or living room \Valls.

YOUR CHOICE

36x28"" Specm<i:d $9.95 40x30" Speci(ill • $11.95

OPIEN~~~G

SPECDAl!!

ladder Special! 15-Ft. Household Step Ladder R~gular $5.60 Value

Special for Friday and Saturday Only

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Back-To-School Fashions. Wonderful Lay-A-Way Plan they have; too!

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'751 Corn1nerce

Averrn~e

"Across from Piggly Wiggly"

Expires Incc15 Days

P~rldamiid

No Appointment Necessary

Tacoma, Washington

Minors must be occamponif"d by a parent. Only one sp12ciol offer of 011y Vind will be honored within 6 months.


Prices Fpr Thurs., f ri., & Saturday,

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8-0z.

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Del Monte Pine. Grp!t.

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CHUN&< TUNA .... 29c Pints

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trip to Marshfield, Wis. While there they attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of John's brother George and wife. Approximately 50 relatives iilaUtlrlll. from several states were present Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser have to congrat1,tlate the couple and i-eturned home from a t"\vo-woeks presented them.with a television set. It was so very warm in \Visconsin that Mr. and Mrs. Frase1· ELBE •• •

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archery and swimming instruc· last Friday evening. Reporter-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, tion in the morning and free Elbe. swimming in the afternoon. By the way: The Scouts swim WOODLAND by what. they call the "buddy plan," which simply means always going svvimming vvith a bUddy, never ·alone. There were Scout life guards there at all times, >.vhich \.Yerc the adult Boy Scout troop No. 174 had leaders in Scouting besides the good meather for thei? week's regular lifeguard who called a outing at Camp Hahobas July 28 "buddy call" every 10 minutes, to August 3 and the boys are at which time,all buddies were to anxious to go back next year. The find each other within 10 sectroop received a Certificate . of onds. The Scouts nrc attempting Merit for fire prevention on the to put the "buddy plan" across firnplace they built at their cam1) to non-Scouts as well. The b 0.ys had boa ting on three site. The week was filled with a days and their forest conservah\ke to Hoods Canal, council fires tion. In the forest ~onserva ti on, with other troops every other each troop, is given a plat of night, marksmanship · training, leyel land, 200 feet square, to

shortened their visit to return to the cool breezes of our Western Washington and nights of real rest and comfortable sleep. To Sea!ail~ Mrs. Norma Setzer and her brother, Bill F\tzer, attended the Golden Jubilc" at the Sea!air celebration in Seattle last 1.v<Jekend. Storm A real. cloudburst, with thunder and. lightning, made ~ display of unu~ual intensity up our way

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sponsored by the . Canyon Road Garden club next Thursday from 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. at East 80th and Canyon road. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Briggs Sr. of Lidford road have spaced their visitors just right this sec.son. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Briggs J1-. and daughters Alison and Farrel from Detroit, Mich., were here for a week. After their departure. Mrs. Brigg'.s brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hood from Northhampton, Mass., arriv~d for a fortnight's stay. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes to Mrs. Russell Jones of East 72nd on the death of her father. Fishing Trip John Folk of Canyon road and his brother, Tom Folk from Hillsboro, Oregon, are back from their fishing trip at Las La Hoche in British Columbia. They report the fishing fine; in fact, they took 56 worms with them one day and caught 53. fish. I dunno-that's what they said. Reporter - ' Mrs. John Folk, LE 7-5801. .

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Half-Notes: The Five Keys could do it again with "Face Of An Angel" ... Ron Goodwin and his orchestra are currently big sellers with their "Swingin' Sweethearts" . For some strange reason "Short Fat Fannie" by Lurry VVilliams is actually selling ... Did you know that actress-songstress Polly Bergan is the only girl with a top selling album nationally? It's her fabulous HBergan Sings Morgan" .. Fats Domino headed hack up the ladder 1vith another s1nash "What Will I tell My Heart" backed witb "When I See You" .. Bill Haley is trying to create a hit single of "The Dipsy Doodle," one of the tunes from his "Rockin The Oldies" album . . . This seems to ,be the day that the Crickets' "That'll Be The Day'' is headed for the much desired top tunes in our area spotlight . . . Nat "King" Cole fans should he be pleased with his new album, "This Is Nat 'l{ing' Cole."

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At the regular meeting of the Backwoods 4-H · club at. the home of Bobby Hobbs, with Den-· nis Austin presiding, reports we!'e given on the fair held recently at Thrift, Washington. Michael Kershne1; received two red ribbons on his Jersey cow; Lawrence Kershner, one ·red and one white ribbon his Shorthorn heifer calf; Bobby Bacon, one blue ribbon and a sack of feed for his lamb, which was the only one entered. - Michael Kcrshncr, reporter. Congratulations, boys! Rummage Sale Folks, don't forget our rummagc sale this Thursday, Friday and Satu.~·day at 1516 Jefferson Ave., Tacoma. We will be glad to receive articles ·during these days. . Flower Show Be sure to attend our flower show, "Summertime Splendors,"

type of hobby will find pleasure and new ideas; the uniniated will enjoy a big surprise thal such beautiful things could be ob~ tained from rocks and gems. This show is being held in conIf activity means anything the rock and gem show at Morton j unction with the Loggers Jubilee during Jubilee days will be out- at Morton August 17 and 18. L. W. Giibert standing. Tho Newaukem Rockhounds, I\1rs. Clinton Gillam V1'i!._1hts a Packwood Prospectors, Morton Rockologists and NisquaUy Rock correction on a rec•.:.nrt 'tbank club members have been busy you" note in the T~m:.:;B Journal: these last few days polishing up It was the Spana wa.y amhu1untu their pet rocks and agates for the ;,.vhich rushed :ier husbu.nd to thP hospib.L She was deeply gl'atdul event. Those acquainted with this for the splendid service.

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