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OBJECTIVE COMPLETED-Jn the gray dawn last Fdclay morning a ~earn from the Scubaneer Skindive.-s club of Tacoma entered the dark water of Spanaway lake to ,~earch for the body of Edward J. Franklin of Eatonville, who had lost his li!e earlier in a boating "ccident. The difficult and hazardous venture was completed in less than an hour. Pictures above are the five Scubane·ers who answe1·ed the call, left to right: Don Swilt, Leo Chouinard, Dave Curt;s, Jim ·Riedel and Jim Watson, and, kneeling, Pierce County Deputy Sheriff JobnLawlcr. Photo by McKewen ing team made a complete circle, examining carefully the lake floor. This maneuver was repeated several times, the m\)n groping 8.mong· the sunken logs in silt three feet deep. Fjnally the body was discovered by Dave Curtis and Jiin Watson. The Tacoma Scubaneers, a During the past year the Seti bgroup of young skindivers organ- anee:rs have recovered six bodies. izcd, only a year ago in Tacoma, includirig' a Dair of idenitlcal have already become an important factor in the. work of the Sheriff,:s office. When the report 'of a drnwning accident is flashed to the Sheriff's office, the call is immediately relayed to the Scubaneers and they spring into ac-

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The American Lci;ion of Parkland Post 228 will hold its first ,regular n1ceting after vauution at Sunshine hall Aug. 22 at 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Al Mackey, the new president, called her executive> board to her home Aug .1 at which time plans were made to present to th<! members for a . successful ""'• • yc;cfr. She appointed chairmen to r'IC:HiC tbe various branches of work for T11c \ve,nthcrinan gave the fin- \vhich· the Legion is \Vell 'known. est of weather Siitm·day, /q1 g¥si:... ,~:J.:.~.J!J?:i!,,.,wHl. bee .especially ac17 for the Annunl Pioneer Picnic tive in rehabilitation, child wel"ponsorcd by the; Ihrts Lake fare and community s<;>rvice. Grange at Harts Lake Resort. Mrs. Arthur Hart, a member The pictures exhibited by of the Auxiliary, was installed a, George Lisk of Roy and William the Stale convention as 4th DisHor,;fall of McKenna . revived trict president. We are very memories of years ago. proud of Mabel and \Vill do al DesClrntcs Grange will visit we can to make her year the 'best· and furnish the Lecture program yet. Mrs. Thelma Walsh, retiring at Harts Lake Grange Saturday president, Mrs; Ted Wormald and ev011ing, August 24. Part of the other delegates will report on the program will be demonstmt.ions convention. by the 4-H group of DesChutes. The Past President's Parley The public is invited to the was h.eld July 20 at the home of program at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. James Linder. Mrs. Walter Judith M. Thompson, Reporter. Fritz took over the gavel as the ------+-new chairman and Mrs. Walsh was invited to join the Parley, bringing the membership to 8. Bethel high school will be open All members and families are for pre-registration of students invited to attend the Post-Auxilnext week· Monday throu;:;h Fri- iary picnic at c.:rpenter lake day, 9:00 a. m. till 3:00 p. m. Sunday, Aug. 25. Bdng your basThis is for young people who kets and own table service about have moved into the district this 10:00 a: m.; liJ.hch at noon. Soft summer or those who wish to drinks for free; games and ros'es transfer ·to Bethel high school; for prizes. For further informathose who attended the school tion, call Commandm· Ed Dl}vis, lw;t year are already registered. LE 7-4737, or President Hazel Mackey, JU 8-2218.

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Arthur A. H'\rt, the young at hmrt spohscr of small fry base" ha 11 ers in the Spana \Vay a1·ea, is orc;nnizing .a ·work party for 8:30 Satt,rday morning on the Spana'.Yay school grounds. PrepnratoTy 1.vork {01· seeding tbe 'vest end arua vvhi.ch 'vill be ased for baseball is the present need Hnd a gcod Crc\V is nc~edcd. Workers shou].d bri.ng picks and/ or bars: !.11 help will be greatly apprcci:Jtcd by the Spanfnvay Recreation C0rn111ittoc '\Vhich ]1r::s orgaaizcd the blg loenl f!l'Ojcct.

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' The Pacific Avenue South Lion's club have added their name to the growing list of pub.Jic spirited citizens who have donated time to the buildihg now under way in the Recreation Area . of Metropolitan Park on ' Spamiway Lake. At their board · meeting on· Monday evening, the The playgrounds in the Fralik- group voted to donate $250 to Jin Pierce area are now closed be used on this project. This dobut the memories of many plea-· nation is in line with policy of sureable moments linger in the the Lion's clubs of service to the minds. of the boys and girls who community. spent so much of their summer Work on the building is hegin'racation taking part in the varc ning to pick up speed, as the ied playfield activities. The many details have been ironed Franklin Pie1·ce srhool district, out with the coopemtion of the Metropolitan Park district, "an'd Spanaway Recreation Committee, Pierce county co-sponsored this the Metropolitan Park Board a11d summer's program which was co- the County Commissioners. ordinated for the first time with A long list of firms and perother county areas and the City sons who have <lonatcd both of T£lcoma .. Playground .leaders .· time . and material is being kept ccnduCt~d p~o·gi~E{ID.S 'S:t'"'f5fif1'{ifiD.U;·"\·;~··that ·recognit.ion may be given James Sales, Collins, and Central at the completion of the project. Avenue schools as well as Daw- It is most gratifying to note that son Playfield and Spanaway they all recognize the need of school. such facilities in Spanaway Park The play!ields. of the area es- and that the project will benefit tablished their own softball all the people· of the County. league with Central Avenue comWork will be done this week ing out on top. The children of also on the baseball fields in the the district also got together for Re.creation Area which will be a storytelling contest which was of' benefit to the many Little held at Dawson plaorfield. Busscs League Baseball clubs in the arwere provided by the Franklin Pierce Schools to transport close to 200 children of all ages to the All-County Junior Ol:Ylllpics at Lincoln Bowl and the County · Rodger Lunde Post and AuxilSports Jamboree held later at iary will hold a games night Aug. Peck Field. In addition; busses 26 in Sunshine hall. The public were used each Tuesday and is invit.ed. Refreshments will be Thursday afternoons. to provide served. transportation for the swimming At the last meeting, a t.hrcetrips to the .Park .District Be11eh year trustee was nominated and at Spanaway lake. Nearly 1500 ~lect.ed, Emma UITkl'ur. Plans for boys aµd girls . took advant~ge the coming bowling season were of the twjce weekly beach trips discussed, with a plan for the in spite cf this summer's rather Auxiliary to have a team in the cool weather. To climm.' the swim league. Thc> Post also has a bowlprogram, the last swim of th 8 ing team in the Friday night season was .flt Titlow .Pool :vhere league at Paradise Bowl. A card over 100 children frolicked m :Olrn party is planned to help support pool water, many for the firsL ihe Auxilircry tcnm. time. Plans \Vere also discussed for the annual Post and Auxiliary picnic to he held Sept. 3 at the residence of Post Commander and Auxiliary President Surplus. Hs·bcrt Surplus

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ea. It was hoped to have this project completed for use this season but due to the time it took for· the survey which was necessary according to the Mctropolitrm Park Board policies this was not possible. Howeve1· it will be of great benefit to the teams as well as the general public for the coming season. Arthur Hart has plans for completion of the project of leveling and seeding the play '/Jund at the Spanaway school following the succe'ssful first sr,ason of organized playground facilities at the school grounds. The Committee feels that the Metropolitan p;~-k District has dorie a distinct service to the young people of the con1n1uniLy 1 and that Les Cress and the other cuslodians at the school deserve thanks for their cooperation. Anyone wishing to give a hand in the building project in the park will be welcomed by the. group working every Saturday at the site. The mere help available, the sooner the project will be ready [or use. Mr. Hart will he able to use your help alsoso come on over and help speed the time when all these worthwhile projects will be completed and ready for use.

Salmon Bar-baca;e The ninth annual Salmon BarB-Que sponsored by the William C. Thompson, Jr., VffW Post and Auxiliary will he held Sunday, Aug. 25, on the Steilacoom City school grounds1 beginning at 1:00 p. m. Barbcqucd over alder wood pits, the salmon will be' served with roast corn. salad and pi0. Proceeds of the dinner will be used to finance Post and Auxiliary hospital, youth activiti<;s and communjJ.y service projects. A_ecording to the mEtgazine Changing Tirnc:s, full-ti1nc: students in publir. r,ollc•g•:?S paid about .$i_,!300 each for tuition, hooks and living 0xpc•ns~s during

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gone do,vn. Failing to locate his friend, Rupe siunmonod help from the Picn:o Coun t.y Sheriff's office, with six men in three county cars making a record run to the lake. Deputies John Lawler, Bill Jarinon, John Ploegsrna and Johnny Newbury were joined hy Capt. Eddie Dahl, in charge of the emergency team and Deputy Walt Tidwell.· After calling the Scubanccrs, the county n1cn started searching for frnnklin 's body, a difficult task in tho darkness. Five Scubancer mcn1bcrs aiTivcd before dawn. They wore Don Swift, a machinist. for ihe Northern ;pacific raihvay; Le;o Chouinard ,cook at the E>C GriU; Dave Curtis, W cyerbaenser Thn h~r Company electrical engineer; Jim Riedel, McChord AFB Master Sergeant; Jim Watson. Ame1•ican Red Cross Director of 1ion1e Safety. Clad in their skindiving· gear and equipped with necessary to0]s and accessories, t.hc Scubanccn; went; ir~to the wa1 er from the hoat anchored at the spot which Rupe cl csizna t.cd. Seated in the boat was Capt. Dahl. in cont:1ct with the f.cHm, the "horc and th~ Shcl'iff's office by short wave i·adio. Ilolding to a rope ('Onnectcd lu the anchor chain, the skindiv-

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The Fn_-i_nklln Pierce school district.· will cpcn school with fullday session on 'Tuesday, Sept. 3. All schools will be serving lunch in thcfr cafeterias on the: first day, except the new Bi·ookdalc school, where it will be necessary for the pupils to carry sack lunches. J:Vlilk wiil be available at 2c per half-p!nt bottle. Enrolln1cnt of ncv1 students in nll grade sehools will be between 10:00 a. ni. and 2!00 p. m. Aug. 26, 27, 28 and 29. (B1-ookdalc students not previously registered will register at the Parkland school.) All chi] c!ren from h indcrgarkn through 6!h grade Jiving west of Park avenue and .south of ll8th si·rcct (both sidm;), and children living CC_ifjt cf "Park 8-VCilUC to

Golden Given and south of 128lh street will attend the new Brookdale school. High school registration is 11ow in progress and 1vill continue ilirough the 29th. Bus rout.es throughout the district Vitill be the sarne as last year. Routes for thro Brookdal.e sd1c:ol will he announced later. Only 7th and 8th gmde pupils from the Parkland school will be attcndi.ng school at the . high school site.

Elk Plain Girls Get 4.. 11 Awards Mem hers of thb Eik Plain Girls :1-H rlub are pleased with the nbbons which they WOi1 last week ut Sumnc1·. Blue ribbons l"""'ivcd included: Clothfog, Bonnie Phelps; Foods, Linda White nncl Alice Tibbitts; •Tndghg, Kathy Bales, Georgia Cole, Linda \l\ihilc, Mary Phelps, Susan Dain"cs and Alice 'ribbitts. AJicn B:·:dros and Georgia Cole. .rnadc: 1hc Junior Food Judging 1.<'<>111, J\.hec Tibbit.to made the Sr:nior Fond .Tudging tca1n and tiu!:.\an D<Jincs is t111 U1c Senior

Yv'INNERS NAMED AT PARI~LAND HARDWARE Door prizes were awarded lasf, week '' t t.hc grand ()pe11ing of Parklaud Hardware, 13lst and Padfi<' Ave. to Donald SlC'rlic, T.-.1corna; ~.1Irs. J)avid 0 1\.ecft\ Pllrldanrl; Wes Marunri, .Parl'" land: Eunice Anderson, Parkland and J\frs. James Sales, .ParhJand. Parkl8nd Hardware was form· Clnt-hh1g tcan1 ..A.ll of t hc~:;c girls cr1y .knD"wn as l\.r\3gcr's, Ne,v·o~~n.1"" will be judging at t.lw Soufhwm;t crs arc J\fr. ·and Mrs. Harry New- VIashington fair at Ch<'halis to .. day (Thursday). kirk. 1

DALE tbis st1n1111cr'B nine-week pro .. gmm. 1'his is ahout a 4,000 person increase over 1956 and 8,000 more than 1955. Every indication points to even greater participation in the future. If additional funds can bG made availal>le .it is planned to have playground leadership at the new Brookd:i.le schoql and Parkland playground (138th and South Jay) next sum1ricr. Also next summer's plans are beginning and intermediate swim lesso.ns by a qualified water safety instructor at Spanaway lake in connection with the twice weekly swim trips. The question may arise as to where the money comes from to conduct a program· of this type. The County Commissioners allocat.ed the funds for supplies and the Jcaders' salaries.· The Franklin Pierce school clistrict provided buses and drivers when• ever needed, free use of school playgrounds and building access, aud maintenance of fields. The Metropolitan Park district coordinatetl the prngran1, tra.ined the leaders at a week-long inst.iturc and planned !..he general program. 'Volunteer help .from !parents in the particular areas was an invaluable aid as well. 'The continued. success of the su1nu1cr _recreation ,program is assured if t.he,.. co111u111nity will co11tinuc its prcscn t, interest and belief in giving childfon an opportunity lo 11arlicipcttc 0

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A fishing trip to Sekiu, Washington, was enjoyed the past wcdrnnd by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burgeson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Squier and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor. Some salm.on, cod and sunburn were brought home. Scouts The Boy Scouts, accompanied by the Scoutmaster, went 011 a fishing trip to the Nisqually river Satu;·day. Everyone caught some trout. Firemen's Dance Don't forget the Firemen's Dance Aug. 31 in the Colli.ns Grange hall. " , Wins Calf Con.gratulations to Ellis Rousseau, member of the Busy Beavers 4-H club, on the beautiful shorthorn ca.If which he won at the Pierce County 4-H Junior fair at Sumner last. week. .. Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burgeson, LE 7-7640. ··Add beauty to ,,roar ho:i:r:e keep children away from dan· gerous traffic . . with an ,eco. Derby 1;omicaJ, dm'al;>le wood fence. We Chief Warra11t Officer Harold have 20 mooel'll fence designs., E. Christenson, McChord AFB, complete with material lists.. won the Gi·ays Harhor Foggie Club salmon derby at W cstport '·~\) ~. ~.~~)~1,t~-~i; J ~ -.~:~\~i\\t\ 1-\gf ~; ~~(~3 ~: ~~~ ~5~i,~;;~'iff.,'tJ.{/;~ Sunday with a fish weighing '18 ,~..,· -J.>,Y~ pounds 14 ounces, This is said ~~~::;.· . ~~ Come m and see '£:'::· to be the largosl. salmon ever en- "j';' our fence desigl'I$ _g~tered ln any derby at V.l(·~stport. ;;:3_ The Christc•i1scns live at 810 So. 'i!}'FR;;i;; 118!h St. 'c r 'f; ~·~ •

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Presented. weekly as a p1.1blic service by the Bargain Basket Williamsport, Pa., 3/15/57-"People think I'm crazy." With th'lt self-appmisal, 12cyear-o1d Curtis Whipple told a repo:cter that he has seen a strange object flying in the sky west of the city on eight different occasions-,-each at night. The Roosevelt High School pupil said the unidentified· object appears about 8:15 e~ch evenit1g, flying across .the sky from north to south. "It looks like a little red disc, bright at times, dull at others," h~ commented. A resident at 813 Pearl Street, the junior high student said .. the objecl moves slowly, flies up and down and .forward and backward. It always flies below .the clouds, young Curtiss said. Three friends, John Nevill, city, and David and. Dean Hillyard, both of Salladasburg, ver~fy Curtiss' report. The quartet scans the sky each night for the object. Curtis. explains that the mysterious ;thing is more visible from Salladasburg. The boys have checked the WilliamsportLycoming County Airport to. learn if. the object might be an airplane. It isn't, the. '*port ,offi~i.als po.int<;ld out ... Regardless, .wh;i.t people think-Curtis Whipple maintains 'something unusual· is up there." Brn:dl, November 211d, 1954--Alien. craft were sighted at four different. cities, through the country. At Porto Alegre, .hi,mdreds of persons (residents. from three different places through th~ city) spotted an. orange-red, glowing object hovering over the Guaiba river ncm·. a spot named the "Usina do Gasometro". It appeared at 8 p.m. and seemed to bee-at first-moticmless in space. It was a spherical object, two or three times the size of a first magnitude stnr. For a long time it.remained in that position, watching the city below. Then, the "unknown" started to move away slowly, diminishing gradually in size. before vanishing, The actual speed couldn't be estimated· not knowing the height. A few minutes later two Air Force jet-fighters searched the area. 'But the UFO was gone .. That same night three more "unknowns" were reported. At 8:30 p.m. citizens of Uberaba, Minas . Gerais,. sighted a huge disc~shaped object above.. their city, moving at high speed. This strange luminous craft shone with a green light· and seemed to have a red ring or band around its cente;r, which emitted flashes of brilliant light. It flew silently. Two hours later a luminous, cigar-shaped, red object was sighted over the. city of Matosinhos,. Minas Gerais-flying high .in the sky. People coming out from a motion picture theater saw it hovering in space .. A. few minutes later,. the same object (or another one) was spotted from a different area of the city. But this time it was described as disc-shaped, and had two glowing 01·ange-red lights. For some time th.e machine revolved swiftly overhead_.:..moving slowly. Then, changing cours13, it streaked off to the Capim Branco County. Information contained in this series courtesy of Aerial Phen<"itnena Research Group, Seattle, Viashington. ,

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Sorry we short-chm:)gefl Ar.LW..i.ri.g_,.,<;>JJ_.Jih!l.JE;P.gth of }lis boat last FOR SAL~Glrl's white ice shoe week .It's a 26-foot cruiser, not a 24-footer as reported. @ • Ii skates, like new, $6.50. LE Mac and Donna McKewen giving their new outboards a trial run 7-0620.-15p50. ----- ,----· over to Gig Harbor and back. FOR SAL% Siegler heaters Ii!! 0 ill at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; The Mayselle may be sold. Another local skipper loosing the boating LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. bug. 15ctf El 0 Mal Saine finally did it. Landed an 8 pounder at Sekiu. His first FOR SALE-Bartlett pears, Gravone, caught from the Soine's 12-foot Lady Clipper. Al Seine and Ted enstein apples; 2 heifers, 1 milk Helman were along. Ted landed one but Al must have just gone cow, 1 ewe; 306 East 121st.-· along for the ride. l5c50 . • '• El Del. Lavage and wife ahoard their 31-foot Chris Craft "Delrene II" cruising around McNeil Island this past weekend. They met Gail Owen and family on the 24-foot "Moxie" at Tobovia Shoal buoy I and both parties proceeded to Dog Fish Cove where they dropped the hooks and enjoyed a swim. · Rough or Finished Lum.her @ ® ill Direct From Mill Dutch Bonfoy is pretty well recuperated after his accident. He's VI 7-2229 Graham, Wash. back to talking boats and fi.shing again. Says he'll hit the briny again as soon as they saw off his last cast. FOR SALE - Floor Furnace, G) • • $20.00 or ·trade for washing We're interested in news from you outboard and inboard fans. machine. LE 7-3456. ' 15p50 Phone LE 7-0.223 with information on your outings.

No SCREENED TOP. SQIL CORNELL rocks or. roots. Crushed Rock, C m I I ea. Y Horses - Equip. 16 Plumbing & ·Heating Drain' Gravel,. Fill Dirt and 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 Sc.reen~d Road.· Gravel . that Member of Tacoma Real .Estate LE 7-7293 MUST SELL W estcrn saddle, packs. Hilltop Qrav~l Co., 23rd Board bridle, blanket, breast collar; Ave. S:E., Puyallup, TH 5"2198: Member Multiple Listing Service SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES· ·· 3ctf Phone. 1..E 7-3330. Patty Ann will sell separately, best offer; FOR SALE -Three-bedroom home 15ct:t LE 7-455l.-16c50. ~ ROTOVATING & TRACTOR near ;Fort Lewis, McChord. and Bakery. Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma WORK; Bulldo:dng ·- Ditching Classical Clover Park school; price $6,- PIANO LESSONS Rent CUSTOM FIRE SCREENS;; any Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 500; phone LE 7-5043. TOP.SOIL - GRAVEL 9c50 and modern. Reasonable rates. style; estimates ;vithout obliga- - - - · - --·----Call LE 7-4051 or LE 7-0420. SEP'l'IC TANKS and FARMS WANTED-30 acres or ,tion. Thermolite. Glass. FIRE15ctf WANTED TO RENT-Teacher DRAIN FIELDS needs small furnished apartsuitable for raising hormore, PLACE SHOP, 6607 Sixth Ave.; Phone TH 5-2452 Sel!'Viced and Stored ses, within 15 miles .of Mc- POR SALE-New matched daven- ment in Parkland; Helen Enger, SK 2-0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf Power Mowers A Spedalty Chord; LE 7-6764. 9c50 port and chair, $90 cash; LE c/o Pacific Lutheran College. FOUNDATIONS-N!lw additions; Free Pick-up & Delivery 7-5344 after 6:00 p. m.-15c50. 10p50 CERAMIC TILE - Drain boards, free estimates, financing; work PARKLAND bath ·rooms; store. fronts; etc. guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf Jennie L. Grodvig WANT TO RENT by adults; or Remodel and patch work; free CYCLE KEY buy house with garage or other estimates; phone LE 7-4795; TOP SOIL and. fill dirt; crushed 11021 Paciiic Ave. Realty LE 7-57U outbuildings. Fred Martin, Rt. l, 12304 East F St. 3ctf rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or ·---·· Insurance of All filnds Box 537 Graham; VI 7-7371. Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ct£ SEPTIC TANKS & WATER Notary Public 15p50 FAST PHOTO SEH.VICE In LINES INSTALLED. Riley Est. in Parkland Since 1941 at 10:00 out at 5:00. ~UALITY Brothers. Phone LE l-0987 or ACE SEPTIC 3Ct Day Free Trial LE 7-8609 Office PHOTO SERVICE, . 9818 PaLE 7-3204. 3ctf 20 Year Guarantee 302 Garfield St., Parkland cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf SERVICE Goodyear Air Foam AERIFYING. & FERTILIZING; "Deal with the people who give Septic Tanks Cleaned give your lawn a treat; JU 8- you their personal,. attention." Famous Red-Line Foundation BUILDINGS TO BE MOVED OR RAZED. FOR SALE AT AUC2111. 3ctf C. S.ACKLEY Parkway TION. Free ·Estimates 3ctf, Service LE 7-4343 LE 7-7882 Guaranteed satisfaction 141st & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 10:00 A.M., PARKLAND, Emergency Service CUSTOM HAY BALING - LE WASIDNG il!IACHINE PARTSOpen Till 9:00 p.m. AUGUST 23, 1957 RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· 7 -8375. 3ctf Largest stock in town.·· Repairstruction. Puyallup sandy loam PARCEL NO. lR83:{ top soil, new lawns; nothing !FOUNDATIONS, additions, re- ing that pleases. BB's Washe1· BRIDE & GROOM RPECIAL LE 7-3568 down, 30 months to pay. LE 7- modeling. Free estimates. Pin· Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 By the STATE olf WASHINGTON, 1ictt So. Park Ave. Family Po1·trait DEPARTMENT OF IDGHWAYS, 3ctf ancing, no down payment. NOW IS 'I'):-IB TIME; have your 3127. Studios. 15ctf to the. highest and best bidder: baby's ·shoes. bronzed today. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING_ Re- Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ct£ FOR SALE-Boy's .Columbia 26" Preserve forever the memories place and repai~ .work. 3 years A 1-STORY FRAME HOUSE, bike, good 'i:ondition, $25; LE BARN . AND PUlVIPHOUSE, will of those tiny feet. All work to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. 6 . I. be offered for sale at public auc3ctf 7-6863.-15p50. guaranteed; free pick-up and de~· tion on August 23, 1957, starting livery. TINY TOT METALIZING DON'T encourage dishonesty: Prompt Service l'l!I al EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, at· lO:oo A.M., at 1218 South CO., LE 7-7922, P. 0. Box 323, by the ton or truck load; J. A. 109th .Street, in Parkland. Purchlocks keyed, combinations Spanaway.-3ctf. HutSOll'll Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 15ctf aser is required to MAKE PAYchanged; Parkland Cycle & GR 4-3980 GR 2-7038 Free Tube Testing Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7MENT IN FULL AT TIME OF KITCHEN CABINETS, corner 5772. SALE and to remove .purchased 3ctf ;;helve.~. book ca..«es; birch., fir SM.ITH CABINET SHOP - Reitems and resultant debris from or knotty ·pine; built to yom r••m•ns&••••••••BmJ••··~ modeling, kitchen cabinets; we State Highway Property hy Ocspecifications; get the best for sell .glass; 1630() S. Park. Span· Oil Burner Service tober 23, 1957, otherwise the ~ess-my prices are the lowest away; LE 7-7949. 3ctf purchaser shall forfeit all rights HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP Your Fuel Oil. & Appliance SERVICE ON ALL MAKES to such improvements and all LE 7-5514; 3etf 11 PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All Dealer COJ\JIPLETE II payments made therefor. Further, LE 7-7898 303 Ea. 123rd makes· of .furnaces for sale; the purchaser shall indemnify LE 7-8624 BEAUTY SERVICE 140th & Pacific SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny specializing in Williams OIL 'O' and save the State harmless from EVINIWDE MOTORS, Bryant Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox = 82371/2 Park Ave. GR 4-3177 MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water boats; wagon wheels for sale. any and all claims occasioned by 1-0856. 3ctf ~RRBBR8JIU!!!IES&SDHRWma&B~ Installations, Service; reason- • Automotive Don't carry it-drive right into said removal. The State reserves able; 755 South. 108ih, LE 7our complete out-board motor tho right to withdraw any parcel 4045. 3ctf repair service shop. MAJOR from tho sale and to reject any & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 and all bids. ':!PANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. Salesman OIL Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf tracting and appliances; free Published in the Time~ Journal engineering service for electric August 15, 22, 1957. FOR SALE-2 signs 10'x14' with heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf 6" changeable letters. Cost $330. GEORGE PURDUE - Plumhing, Like new. Will, sell for $125. Heating. New work, remodel· Phone LE 7-3501.-15c50. ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. 3ctf TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Special on reupholstering da vESTIMATES FOR enport, chair, as low as $129. Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; ELECTRICAL Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7ALL .' 15ctf 0327.

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HAY (JUTTING, side . delivery Real rake, plowing and discing. Baler IMMEDIATE · POSSESSION available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and Vickery Road. 3ctf $450 Down- Move in today. AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up:. Clean, 2 bedrooms, 3-piece bath, holstery & convertible tops in- hardwood floors, combination stalled. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 living-dining room; good builtp.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS ins, eating space in kitchen, wir& UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. ed 220; automatic hot water, Tacoma Ave, MA 7-2200., :lctf concrete foundation, garage, 2 lots; 1 block to bus and stores. Priced $6750. Call Ralph Decker; GR 4-9579. WHY RENT? Jll200 down, payments $45 a mo.; move in today. 'IJ.'wo bedrooms, PLANNING A SPACE TRIP?. BEFORE YOU LEAVE, STOCK UP GR 2-7628 newly painted inside and out; AT THE • • • 6314 McKinley Avenue 3-piece bath, wired 220. Close to bus and stores. Call ,Ralph Deck~ POWER MOWERS. sharpened er, GR 4-9579. ' and ·serviced; pick-up and de• . $82::>0 livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf Easy F.H.A. Tcrmt. Three bed· rooms, .clean inside and out; conBRICK WORK '-- House level· crete foundation; wired 220; lots and foundations, retaining of built-ins, breakfast nook, hard& Spanaway ing walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- ·wood floors; 3 good lots, garage; place and stone ·w01-k. LE 7 • close tu bus and stores. Call THIS . WEEK'S SPECIAL . . • 4291. 3ctf Ralph Decker, GR 1-9579.

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH. This weekend the public will Evans is now entering private he invited to inspect the newest praclice after t\vo years in the nddition to tho fine buildings of U. S. Anny, stationed at Fort the community when the general Lewis, which he found a most contrnctors, Hedlund & Son, Carl rewarding experience because of ;rnd LnMonte Hedlund, will be the wide range of dental probhosts for an infornial open house lems to be met and solved day nL the' Parldand Dental Clinic, by day. Garfield at C Street in Parkland, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hedlund and from l:OO till 3:00 p .m. . -Mr. and Mrs. LaMonte Hedlund The Hedlunds have erected th; will .be hosts for the open house.· Clinic building from pbns drawn Pres0nt also will be Dr. and Mrs. hy c\rchitects Paul Haydcm Kirk Pate · an~l Dr. and Mrs. J<ivans. & Assoeintcs of S8attle for the Mary. Kohout and Linda Olson, use of two dentists, Dl". K0nnoth assi$hmls, respectively to Dr. L. Pate and Dr. Charles 0. Evans. Pate and Dr. Evans will also be B.ot4 are graduates of the U11~v.Q-1'.;:.,.P,t'q,~l'I\~ JI', :ohmx. !;(Uepte .ab.out. sity of Washington and mutual Interviewed ·concerning the friendship and respect of college building last week, Paul Hayden days kept them in touch in the Kirk characterized it as a conintervening years. Dr. Pate es- temporary style structure, fcaturtablished his dental practice in ing the use of garden courts. CarPar!dand three years ago; Dr. rying out the theme of continu-

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ing the lines, textures and color- chestnut stain ing of the exterior construction rloors~ cahinets, ctc. are of loveindoors, the garden courts are ly pale senwood. The vi•:itl .blue seemingly part of.the rooms they of the formica counter tops is frame, separated only by walls repeated in softer tones on some of crystal clear glass. This scheme wall surfaces, others being in Produces an effect of airy space sandwood coloring complementaHd, when the planting of ever- ing the senw6od. All floors are in green type shi·ubs is completed sandwood hue vinyl plastic tile. of restful ease. On the street side a shield of The garden courts border the frosted white alsymite plastic whole east side of the building, ghss gives privacy to the recepwhere arc located the five opcr- tion roorii and the reception atory rooms, and also the north . room. is divided from the . busiand south sides of the forge re- IH"iS oHicco by a frosted Jl11iesissipception 1·ooms. Each varden court pi glass wall. Lighting throughout will be _ illuminate<l by flood t~e building is especially effeclights during the twilight hours tive .. Cloakroom~, lavatory and later in the year. A fourth plant- service roo.m, with gas furnace, ing area extends along the Gar- are convemently placed. field Street side of the clinic. Each of the dentists has a suite The Cascade brick wall which of three rooms - private office forms the entire west side of the and two operatory rooms combuilding has unique appeal. plete with the latest in dental Known to architects and build- equipment, including x-ray. The ers as a cavity wall, it consists fifth .operatory room will be.used of two tiers of brick with space by a dental hygienist who will between, both interior and ex-· be added to the staff at a later tei·ior faces beautifully finished. date. C6_nvenient to both suites Therefore the wall lends a· note are the dental laboratory and of sturdy sti·ength to -the e'xter- dark i·oom. The large recl'ption ior· of the building, ,at .the same room may be reached from· the time providing _ an interesting Garfield f:;treet entrance from contrast .in textures··for the.· con• ·the adequate parking· lot at the fines .of the ·reeeption room and ·rear of the building; with a door its garden courts~· The-,whole -leading .directly _into .the receplcrigth :of the wa!Lis visible be~ ti9n rooru. · · cai1se of the glass panels: : :Dr; Pate and ·Dr; ·Evans are The· modern .flat roofed.· build- both greatly .ple.ased 'with -their ing, surprisingl 0' spacious though handsome new building and hope seen1ingly of moderate size, is it may · serv.e the people, of the' · constructed · of ·Cascade · brick, community long and,·. \•:.ell. They glass ·and stained verticle ·grain feel that its newcas-tom01·row ced.ar siding with floor-to~ceiling facilities \v:i!l not only, extend the windows. The .exposed beams, in- scope of their work in ·all phases side and out, as well as the door of general dental practice but ana \vindow frames, are of rich will also contribute to the com-

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THE MODERN TOUCH-Reflecting attractive features of today's architecture and construction skills, the Parkland Dental Clinic imilding is now complet.e aml read;,' for the inspectian of the puhiic. Furnishings of the Clinic are equally beautiful and functional. The entire project is' a credit to the architects, Paul Hayden Kirk & Associates of Seattle; Lhe general contractorn, Hedlund and Som; (Carl and .LaMonte Hedlund) a11d the two dentists for whom the structure was. hunt, Dr. Kenneth L. Pate ancl Dr. Charles O. Evans. To permit friends to see all parts of the building before rnch viewing is limited hy prnfrssional use, an open house is set for Sunday a'lternoon, 1 :00 to 3:00 o'clock, and all people of the community ~re· cm•diaUy,hwited···to.. attend. ·The above view shows the Clinic from the Garfield Street side. Photo by McKewen

fort and advantage of their patients.- Both men arc confident that the Parkland area has a fine f,1,1.ture of growth and developUien t in the business sellse, and more important still, as an ideal ~etting for the establishment of happy homes and family life; 'd h · · they cons1 er t emselves prnnleged.to be a part pf such a fine community.

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OUR BEST

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PARKLAND DENTAL CUNIC·

'CARL T. UNDGRIEN

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Corrigan, finished .up the.ir np· Pcarances b.;/ trrlking ln·Jef1y enrh <lay of th0 fa\r 011 th'' J:GO o'clock P1'0£J,'l'R2ns. Qu0en Vril at1d- h(•c court _presi<led ov0r each even~ ii1g progrr1.1n n.nd Ou-~ t1neen Ctho opc:ncd the State Cludiolis Sho\V Saturday afternoon. Queen Valeria and Donna A0ccrs both took part in the County llrrns Revuu and Val received two blues and two reds in sewing and blue in modeling, while Donna received three blues and t\vo reds in se1.ving nnd blue .ln mqdcHng. Donn:l can1c in second high and 1vill be entering in the State Dress Hevuc at the Yakima Pait- for Participntion~ ~nd \ 7nlcria \Vas third hif;h. Mnl'ler1e Corrig'111, .another member of the Midland 4-·H Clo,·er Club received si;: blue ribbons in clothing· exhibits. Donna i'i.yers also rcreiv~d blne -in clothing and foods judging, Nina Aye1·s entered dinn0r breads and Donna, quick breads und son1e photography. Vi'ell done, girls• All of the members and leaders of the Midland 4-H Clubs wish to thank publicly all the mcmbern of the Pierce County Jnµior Fair Board, t.he County Extension Agents and everyone who had any part to do with making the 1957 Fair such a huge success! Cub Scout Picnic Midland Cub Scout Pack 184 1.vill pic!1ic Sunday, Aug. 25, at noon at the Khvanis section of Wapato park. Each family will bring O"\Vll picnic dinner; coffee, Kool-Aid and ice cream will be provid0rL Any boy interested in Cub Scouts, or any rn::>ther i.vilJing to serve as a Den lviother, is cordially invited. , Best Wishes Wishes for a speedy recovery go ou~ to Mrs. Floyd Jensen who undcr'\\·ont a inr..jor op2raiicn 'rhursday, August 15, in the Doctor's Hospital. Bhe will probably be in the hospital 10 days. Any News? As your reporter, Marlene Cor·rigan, will he on her way hack Enst with her folks 1'Vhen you read this, and will be gone until the 15th of September, she wishes to let you ]mow thr,t anyone having news fot' this coltnnn should type it and take it to th3

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. r;yrnpr. 1-1iy gees out to the fnmHy of ,Joe Jarrr1osld nf i\ feK.c-nnn. It '\\·n~~ ~~uch a !Jhc·rJ: to 1Yis rn:l.ny fl'icrids and J·c·lntivc·::: to learn of hjs sudden den.th nbout a inonlh ago after a henrt attack. IIe ·leaves hjs \Vile, -Effie, lli~;Lcr of Nlrs. L.:nvrence Cleary, nnd tv;o daughters, 1\1rs. (Tos0.phhw Linder, of Palo Alto, Calif., 2.nd Mrs. Scott Bird (Elsie) of ManiUa, PhiHipine Islands. '0 u.r

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Home Ft·om Outing Tho Jumes 1iicCarlhyr:>1 their four ehildrcn, and Mr. McCarthy's sister nnd he1· husband, 1\!Ir. nnd }\1Irs. r\.1bert I{leviin and their t\vo boys, returned -last Fri .. clay fro!n 12 days at the Twin Harbors .Stat0 park. The McCat· thy children, Jimmy, 13, Frankie, 8 Patricia, J2, u1Jd Pegg)~, 10, joined in "crabfr~asts" ·wheft the families fried their hand at ncrabbingn this year. 1

Reporter--Marle11e

Corrigan.

"Soaking the rich" is no longer a feasible way of supporting the government. Only abot1t 10 per cent of total taxable income is received by people ca1·ning more than $10,000 a year-and less than 4 per cent by those wii;h mm·e than $20,000.

:Ne!:'..h B~1.Y nnd clam dizginz and picnickb1g st the Pncific b2nche~. They i.rav_{.led _her1~ by c1ti corn .. ing lbr(1l1gh C'.1nat.Lt ::ind tJ1e N:Jri.bLl"n :--.tnte~-;, nnd \1.-·il1 vi:~it hl (}1liftH'r>;t1 ~1nd Ivlc'~ieo before n:~t:..H·n;n~: horrH~ _by i11c Southern rc.rute. F:=uniiy Cnthe.?'inr~ D11r-~ to ck)udy sl-:1es, n picnic sehc·dubd for Mt. Raid(!;• turned into a get~toget-hr.:r at the Ald;::r Ccinn11t1nily Jiall Sunday 1 .Al!g. ·11. 1-ionoring the \'_i:-:iting s1s ·r-i' J\:1ni·thn \vc1·e_ h01· th1·ef' sisi:e1·s, Jos·ic, Tht!J"(:sa :tnd ]\f:u·g::n-ct, :md two .brothers, Curl ~~nd VincP. Fift:y guusb; enjoyed n -turlzcy and hn1n dinncT and an nftc:-rnoon ot' vlsi.tin]?," and taking pictures. li'<.u11ilics uttendin:.:; \veto Mat·· ott!X"k fron1 Euton\·illc; Carlson fro1n Le:Crande; Dougherty, F1·ank Rolte,-, Niemi and Mm·ek from Tacoma; Johnston, Morris, Caul, field, l{rilzcr and Lapham fr~m Scattk; ·Fox from Brooklyn, N. Y., and from Alder, C. Rotter, V. Rotter, lVIarek, Schutsky, Wiegard, Aus, Deck and Suderbe1·g. Eepcirter ·-·· Mrs. Carl Rotter, Aldn. II);

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Thursday, August 22, 1957

Paced by forward Chuck Cmt.is the Parklanders were impressive .in downing a UW-dominatcd Banker team. B;·uno Boin, Washington great, tallied 20 points to pace the.··· losers. Boin and Jim Greer' were imported for t,he title game by the Bank-

this Friday at 8 p. m: at the alleys. Junior League Bowlers will meet ·Sept. 7 to make plans for the coming school year. Free lessons for , the juniors Paradise Bowl reopened Aug. will commence shortly. The.·Para- ers. The LE!es led 36-33 at the end 12 ·with several improved foatui!' dise alleys are open at 10 a. m. of th ethird period after the two cs greeting customers. A black- dtiily. cage fives were all tied at the toppe dparking area ri.nd nevv half '23-23. The fourth period seating for spectators are among featured a terrific scoring duel the ne\V improv€1nents: between Boin. and Curtis as they The first free school for wo- \'Vi~· Pacific Lutheran's high flying racked up 10 and 12 points remen is now underway at the bowling center. Additional clas- basketball team continues its spectively. Jim Van Beek, Nick Kelderses wilt start immediately and winning ways even though its women still .have time to get on summer. The Lutes playing un- man a;.d Jack Sinderson played the prnper bowling way by take der the banner of Parkland - de- with the Parkland five as well feated the Bankers 52-47 in Tac- as Curtis. Franklin Pierce star ing in the free classes. Organization meeting for mix- oma's summer basketball league Bruce Alexander rounded out the Parkland five. ed league competition will be playoffs.·

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POPULAR EVENT-Picture!-1 is the group of FranklinPierce area children who took 'part in the county widcc Sports Jamboree held recently at Peck Field. Boys and girls from all .the district playgrounds participated and made a very creditable· showing against the larger city parks. Even more i!npo1·tant than winning, the kids had the chance. to play and' enjoy· themselves in wholesome recreation. This was just one of the many summer events ·sponso1·ed by the Franklin Pierce School District, Pierce County and the Metropolitan Park Dist.-ict.

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Cardinals .Win Baseball Title Franklin Pierce's entry in the Tacoma Junior Baseball League won the championship last Thmsday by dumpLng Beleen's 2-1 in. a thriller. Parkland's other nine, Rich's Wolves, did not fare as well as they dropped the Bantam League playoff to the Sixth Ave. Colts .10-7. The Cardinals' Ken Solithga to threw a three-hitter in the Jun·· ior leagu.e championship. Ron Freitag was c~edited with the loss despite a_ similar three-hit stint on his part. Both the Wolves and Cardinals were feted Wednesday night at the Top of the Ocean. Taking theire place at the dinner table also were the Spanaway Auctioneers, · Bethel Pee Wee champs, and the Midland Mites, Franklin Pierce champs. the plate. Centerfielder Dick Hansch and Howard led the Spanaway hitting attack with two singles apiece. Three South Prairie players had two hits each. The winner's Hodder, Anderson and o· vacevich supplied the powei·. Short Scores: EASTERN DIVISION Spanaway 001 000 003 4 8 5 So. Prairie 001 700 OOx 8 10 0 Brewer, Thiel (4) and Tavern. Sahm and Hodder. FINAL So. Prairie 000 010 000 1 7 0 Shoemen 001 001 OOx 2 4 1 Kovacevich, Anderson ( 6) and Hodder; Schulz and Murphy. LKovacevich. WESTERN Stanley's 000 051 000 6 5 3 St. P & Tac. 000 000 001 1 4 1 . Jones and Murphy; Koenen Coleman (5) and Williams, P. Peterson. L-Koenen. @ Cod-vandM

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Little Kathleen Ruth McKibbin, born ·Aug. 15 to Mr. and M R' h d M K'bb' (R t rs. 1c ar c 1 m ose ·ta Keech) of Spanaway, is quite an important little person-she rep· resents the fifth generation in her family. Grandparents 'are Mrs. Edna Grant of Cottage Grove, Ore .. and Lloyd Keech of Powers, Ore.; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mn. W. L. Thatcher of Elk Plain; great-great grandmoth"r, Mrs. Cora M. Lively· of Elk Plain.

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