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HELP CAMiE QUICKLY -- When L. R. Fisher, 926 South 13/ith sti-ect, discovered that his home was on fire Thursday morning, Aug. 22, he probably foresaw the loss of ail family possessions. His wile was away at work and he and the five children were indoors, so did not know that a spark hml ignited the roof until the !lames hud a good start .. Neighbors noticed the fire, called the Parkland Vclntecr Fire Dc[Jartment and then rushed over to help the Fishers save what they could. The 11rnmpt arrival of the faemen. and their efficient handling of the situation stopped the fire practically at the ceiling line, though some furniture was damaged by heat and water; there was considerable !11ss of clothing and personal effects. Tbe Fisher family -- Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, sons 10, 13 and 14, mnl daughters fl and HI-arc presently living in a small cottage on the McCormack place on East l 2 l st street. Anyone wishing to contact them may call LE 7-6191. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are deeply grateful to the Parkland firemen, to the friends and neighb'.n·s who have helped in many ways and also to their insurance company, whicb bad trucks deliveri.ng material to repair their home before sundown on the day of the fire. It will be another week before the family can again occupy the McKewen Studio Photo house.

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The 22nd · nnnual , Lacamus Community Fair wil be held SatFarmers Mutuul Ins. Co. urday, Sept. 7. The Fair comAuto - Fire - Liability mittee, headed by Dick ThursJ. J. GUNNS Agency ton, has planned a full and 'inand BARBER SHOP teresting day for those who atrin:{ Ea. 1'16th St. LE 7-775'1 tend. Beginning with judging of ex2 Blocks East of Trtmsformers, hibits at J l:OO a. m., a partial Spanaway list of on tries is as .follows: Comnmnity display, individual farm CLU'FORD M. KORSMO displays, cattle, hay, grains, v~g­ Lutheran Brotherhood etablcs, eggs, poultry, rabbits, ~ Life Insurance ~ The last word in automo~il~s ~ fruit, canned foods, bakcd,,goods, LEnox 7-5644 ~ is usually • . . the wiles ~ fancy work and flowers. :(

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Considerabl a concern is being felt in the Parkland-Spnnaway area because of a threat to Tacoma Transit bus service to those communities. Some _time ago a suit against the Cjty of Tacoma was filed by Robert F. Vilright, ownc1·-operator of Nisqually Valley .Lines, '\rho maintains ·that Tacoma Transit Co. is owned by Tacoma and that a municipality cannot legally opemte h.us service outside the city limits.' On August 19 judge Frank lfale denied u demurrer proposed by the City of Tacoma and in effect ruled that this matter could and should proceed to trial. The City's demurrer was based on the proposition that inasmuch as Robert F. Wright's privilege to operate bus service between Yelm and Tacoma gave him no permit or certificate ·allowing him to make the turn-around service in Parkland and Spnnaway, that .the City (Tacoma Transit Co.) was not infringing on any established right of Mr. Wright's and should, therefore, be allowed to continue without interference .from Mr. Wright by.way of this suit. Consequently, '.the matter will go t6 trial and,. should1~r. :Wright i.vin· .··~~s s1:1it,_ Tac6:11n· _T-r~n~it b:1s serviCe will be' elin1inated not only: in the Parkland-Spanaway section but might ;llso be Jost for Day Island, University Place a.Qd a few other fringe are·as which m·e tec)lnfoally outside the city limits. ·In .the local case, Tacoma Transit buses will stop at· South 96th .street at Park avenue and Pacific avenue. A Nisqually Valley Lines bus goes into Tacoma weekday .mornings, ah-iving at 8:00 o'clock, leaving on its return ti-ip at 5:00 p. 111. Because the continuation of Tacoma Transit Co. bus service is or great importance to the pub-

It's the innocent by-stander who gets th c worst of it, they say. But how was Duane Christian, Fort Lc\:vis ~:;nldier 1 to hno\v that he was going to got clobbered hy a boat, running wild without. anyone in it, while he was standing on the dock, holding in his arms the tiny daughter of a friend? It all happened this way: Last Saturday afternoon Mt. and Mrs. Don Johnson had guests at their Spanaway Lake home - Mr. and Mrs. Christian and Mr. and Mrs . Herman V!inbcrry and daughter, Rickie Jo, three and a hall years old. All were enjoying the beautiful day at that beautiful spot and everything was fine. V/inberry \V:.-is cruising about in the Johnson's boat, \Vaving to his friends as he passed the Johnson dock. All too ]ale he renlized thcit tbc Bill Williamson dock, right next to Johnsons, extended out farther with some floats at the end. He swung the controls over hard, but too late, and the boat hit the Williamson dock and flipped him il1to deep water. But. the boat. kept on going, steering Jn a crazy circle which brought it right back to th<0 John.son dock where Christian stood holding little .Hickie Jo Winberry.

TRADING YESTERDAY FOR TOMORROW-Old timers of the Parkbnd !lrea view with nostalgic regret the pile of rubbish which this week marks the site of the first unit of Trinity Lutheran chnrch, erected in l 908 and now to he replaced by a handsome new. sanctuary. The above picture shows the affects of the first few "bites." of the huge. wrecking equipment. Photo by McKewen

Fait·h Chapter Is Due School Buses Fletcher's To n New Center A~·e Scheduled ' 2 At Lakewood .bus. service, and we. furthe1'. request, thaJ if necessary comply 1\-ith the law of the State -of Washington, that the ·Tacoma Transit Company itself resume operation of the lines serving the- said Spanaway and Parkland area, 1.o. the end .that continued and uninterupted service will be available between these ·.said co~munities and the city of Ta-

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Then the impossible thing happened! The speeding boat hit the dock nnd \.VHS flung upon it, ~~trikingChristian ·with such force that his leg was broken and he was thrown into the lake 1vhilc Riekie Jo fell into the st.randed boat. The outboard motor, still revolving wildly fell over into the boat, pinning 'Rickie' Jo under it, its wicked blades spinning within inches of her face. Christin~1 1

too shoeked to realize that he was hurt, ptilled himself up on the dock and in( Continued on page 8 l .

local Dance BeJnd Playing Each Week Ray Bartley and his \"lestern Rhylhmeers, a well known dance band of the area, arc giving out wit.h popular swing tunes of the tim2s evcl'y Saturday evening at tho Clear Lake Inn, eight miles 5outh of Graham on Meridian. Dancing is from 9:00 1.ill 2:00 o'cloek. The Rhythmcors hcn-c always been generous in giving i..hc~ir time anrl 1Hlrnts lo tbc 111a11y com111unity projects and their music has appeal for everyone.

One thing leads to another at Fletcher's! First, for a number of years, Fletcher's Market has offered the Parkland area a complete food service, especially featuring tho meat department. Now the volume of business of the concern will be greatly stepped up with the opening of :a second unit at Villa Plaza, Lakewood. The formal opening this weekend will be a gala event with plenty of special featmcs and extta goorl hargaii:is. The Villa Plaza Fletcher's is primarily concerned with selling meats of nil kimh fidt, cheese

apprecin_tc persona] service, enjoy huving the sc1ccfdd tTient purchase prepared just the way they like it by a trained meat cutter who wants to please them. As in the Parkland Fletcher store, the interested help of friendly personnel will be an important factor in food buying. Vi!la Plaza Fletcher's wi!I employ 15 people in its several departments. Many of the employees at the Villa Plaza arc well known at Parkland. Sears Marshall will be the manager. Robert Gehrke, brother of Mrs. Maurice Fletcher and for years a· member of the Fletcher houschol d, will be working as a mwt cutter. Harry Splane of Spanaway, an expert sausage maker, will be in charge of the back room operation. (Continued on ·page 8)

Faith Chapter will hold its first mcet:ing of the season at the Fern Hill Masonic Temple, 84th and _Park Avenue at 8:00 p. rn. Sept. (Labor Day). Presiding will he· Mrs. Rohe rt C. Christen, Worthy Matron, assisted by Travers F. Dryer, Worthy Pat run. Chairman of the Hostess committee is Lucille Mashaw who will be assisLed by Miss Ann C'into11, Mrs. Harold Abelson and Mrs. Robert Groene. All Eastern Star members are Invited to attend.

Bns routes in the Franklin Pierce school drn'trict will be n bout the sa1ne as last year except the routes to the new Brookdale school. Bus servire for kindergarten through tho 6th grade wil be available to Brookdale students starting September 3rd at 8:20 a. m. R.ot1tcs will be: Starting al Park and Wheeler, west to Spannway Loop Road, south lo 136th and cast to the school. Pickups will also be made at R.1.unmage Sale 14.3rd and Pacific starting nt 8:35. 'l'he Ri-,erside Vnlley Grange The bus will go east on Orchard is holding a rummage sale this Hi11 Road, cast lo Golf Course, Thursday, Friday and Saturday ~.nd return Lo EroDkrlale schooL at· rn For furtlwr information, call TvIT: lJ-21.so11, Franklin Piei·ce

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Bill, and their families, who live at Kosmos. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Rahier and family attended a family reunion on Saturday, Aug. 17, at Wapato lake, There were relatives present from Minnesota, California and Washington, with a good size crowd and a pleasant gathering, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Fisk of Onalaska spent some time last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisk; also Mrs. Frank Chamberlain and daughter of Centralia were their guests. Mrs. Pearl Engel is home after a week spent visiting relatives ih Everett and Alderwood Manor. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cox, who later went on to Paradise Valley. They had lived in Washington for 22 y011rs and it was their first trip to tho Mountain. M;·s. Mary Thompson has enjoyed a fortnight's visit with her son Nels and family at their homo in Powers, Ore., and also with a··daughter. Guests of the Ted Kirkpatricks last weekend were Frank and Edith Savage from New Mexico, George Kirkpatrick of Arcata, Ore., and Rolan<l Kirk from Roseburg, Oro. They took a trip to Mt, Adams over the weekend; also the young people-Anita and the three Merlin Kirkpatricks' daughte1·s and Polly Hall-joined the crowd and enjoyed together a grand outing of picnicking and huckleberry picking. Mrs. Patty Kirkpatrick returned home from Ketchikan, Alaska, whore she spent several. days with her husband. She than took the children and left for .,home at Fresh Water, Calif., to. prepare them for school, which opens next week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whitney and family and his mother, Mrs. Bertha Klumb of Seattle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bloom and othe1· relatives and friends last week.

Horde Burns, Frie~1ds

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r:rho true con1munity spirit was shG\Vn here I\1.:onday evening, Aug. 19, when friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly gathered at the Elbe Ci-range ha11 for .a miscellaneous shower, the Kelly home having burned to the ground Aug, 10 while they were vacationing at vVestport Beach. About 50 persons were present at the shower. The shower was a real thrill for the Kelly family as they received many useful gifts to help them as they start housekeeping again. It truly was a great encouragement to this family who had lost everything to receive such sympathy from their neighbors and friends, Sewing Circle The Community Sewing Circle will meet Sept. 10 at the home of Mrs. Rebekah Auvil in Mineral. A new project will be undertaken an<l all members are urged to attGn<l, A shower for Mrs. Basher highlighted the Aug. 13 meeting, which was held at the home of Mrs. Loma Bickford, Visits, Trips Mr. and Mrs. John Clary have returned to their home at Montebello, Calif., after spending two weeks here with Mrs. Clary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaut, and her two brothers, Albert and

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Plans t\H Set Once more, it's time for the Waller Road Community Fair, to be hold in the Waller Road hall, 64th and Waller Road, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6 and 7. The Fair is by no means a new idea, having first been organjzcd 31 years ago when for lack of a suitable hall the exhibits were held in a horrowe<l chicken house and barnyard. Each year the Fair has been improved until now it is one of tho important events of the year for this area. All clubs and groups of the Waller Road community combine forces in its management and the citizens support it with fine exhibits in the many classes, Waller Road women being famed for their cooking skill, the two big dinners are always very popular. This yenr the Fl'iday

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stantini, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Aarhaus, treasurer: Earle Thompson, ticket chairman. For further information WA' 2-7767. Entries will be received at the Community hall Sept. 5 from 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. and Sept. 6 from 9:00 ·a. m. till noon, Exhibits may not be removed before 9:30 Saturday evening, Sept. 7. Physicals Re<1uh'ed First grade and kindergarten stude.,,ts entering Walle1· Road school for the first time Sept. 4 will be required to have a physical check-up, A card signed by the doctor must be brought by the parents. Registration is being held this week at the school. Reporter-Mrs. Verne Fogle, LE 7-5210. SPANAWAY ••••

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Because of the Labor Day holid11y, the Spanaway Progressive Community dub has postponed its regular monthly meeting to Thursday, Sept, 10, in the Community halL After the business meeting a social hour and refreshments will be enjoyed. Everyone in the community is invited. Son Weds In East Harry Randall flew to New York City to nttend the wedding of his son, Harry Randall, Jr., to Miss Dorene Cacalicr, nn English girl who has lived in the United States two years. The cernmony was in the First Unitarian church, Aug. 17. Mr. Randall remained in New York for a week's sightseeing. Firemen, Auxiliary The Spanaway Valunteer Firemen and Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, Sept. 3, at 8:00 p, m. in the fire hall. Hos,tesses will be Mesdames Gene Siscel, Clyde Slater@ Bob Steidel, George Stephenson, Matilda Symmons and William Walin. Visits Parents Harold Tarpenning, son of Mr. and Mrs, Emerson Tarpenning, spent a few days with his folks and left Thursday for Technical Training School in New Jersey. Best Wishes Get Well wishes go to Mrs. George Schnelle who underwent surgery in a Tacoma hospital on Monday. ' Reporter-MJ's, Oliver Omat, LE 7-6466.

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Here are the best holiday vodues to be found cmyM where. Come in for these bargaim;wa!lftd more! Y.tm"H find why it always pays to shop at Big Bear, where vah!ies are bighest and prices are the lowest hn .town.

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holiday treat. Save at Big Bear's special mone'f-savin9, price.

YELLOW CUBE

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Thursday, August 29, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL AUTO GLA88, .Scat covers; upholstery & convertible tops installed. Open 9:00 a.m, to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. 3ctl

leveling;

LE 7-7201.:

WELL

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FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf

Home Wiring

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Contents hauled away. Dou Redford, · 8232 So'. Fawcett, GR 2-7334. If no answer call GR Seti 2-9222.

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anytin;..e,

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Chevrolet SIJllesman

GR 2-7628 6314 McKinley Avenue

WEBB ELECTRIC

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ljil50 DOWN Move in today; payments $45 POWER MOWERS sharpened and· serviced; pick-up and de- per month. Two bedrooms, 3SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-Con. livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 piece bath, large living room, tracting a.nd appliances; free Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf kitchen 'wired 220, with nook engineering service for electric -------------·---- - -------- space; fenced yard. Call Ralph heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf HAY CUTTING, side delivery Decker, GR 4-9579. rake, plowing and discing. Baler $·150 DOWN GEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and Immediate possession. Two 3ctf Heating. New work, remodel- Vicker,y Road. -------·------ -----bedrooms, hardwood floors, good ing, Repairs .. Phone LE 7-4477. ----3ctf RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE- built-ins in kitchen, wired 220; We repair electrical appliances- automatic hot water; 2-car gareoffee pots, irons, mixers, heat- age, 2 lots, fenced back yard; ers, etc. Call LE 7 -0323. 3ctf l block to bus. and stores. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9570. Days: LE 7-7463 EVE: 7-4437

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South End Auto Wreckers USED PARTS Motors - Transmissions Tires - Batteries We Buy Junk Cars Also Cu.stom Welding by Joe's Welding 1 Mile East Roy Yon Mt. Hy. Spanaway LE 7-6534.

SOUTH TACOMA Take .over . G. L equity, 4'/,, interest on balance. Built in 1954; good kitchen with noek space; 3 bedrooms down; floored up for two more; utilities wired for \\rasher and dr;ier; ~a:rage;; -)~ block to hus; sewer and sidewalks. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579.

CORNELL PLUMBING & HEATING GRanite 7293

Don Flowers 1954 CHEVROLET Bel Air 2door sedan; auto1natic transmission; 1 owner; low inileage; $1245. 1954 FORD VS %-ton pick-up like new throughout; $1095. New Chevrnlet Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Ti'l!,.Cks Come to

Puyallup Valley

SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Replace and repair work. 3 years to pay; JU 8-873.4 - GR 4-5945. 3ctf -------------CANYON ~OAD GRAVEL. & SUPPLY; trailers loaded 01· pick-ups we haul; an~ LE 7-7586

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Prompt Servi,ce

C. Y. Hutson GR 4-3980

GR 2-7038

CUSTOM HAY BALING 7-8375.

FOUNDATIONS-New additions; free estimates, financing; work guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ct.f

TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed LE rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or 3ctf Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ctf

FOUNDATIONS, additions, remodeling. Free estimates. Financing, no down payment. Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3clf ·--

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:FOR SALE-Fresh sweet apple cider. Will pl'occss your fru.it or vegetables. if dC'sircd. Health inspected; LE 7-0::in, 10015 ur l 1cJC,•) na ll er r:·,oac. ~- ~ _ PARKLAND FURKfTUHE -New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific Ave. Rco1dence ph;'r~e 1..>c ..f ,LE 7-37<18. WANT TO BUY-PorLable 'l'ypc\\Titer in good con<lit-iun. JU

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RENT-Clean 2-bedroom house; oil furnace, electric range; wired for. dryer; $60.00; Rt. 7, Box 469; LE 7-8241. 10p51

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mowo1:;;: EVINRUDE l\10TORS, hnnd tools, ga~dcm tools, spray boa~s; wago~1. wh::els for ~ale. guns sa1~ders • plumbing tools, Dent ca:Ty it.--dnv" nght mto ' ' • our cornplete out-board motor power . tools, e,c .A to~ol for repair service shop. MAJOR every ]Ob. Phone LE 1-4100. OIL & MARINE m.TFPLY, 7517 10ctf Pmtland Ave., LE 7<>644. l5r:ti

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WOLZ PIAlW & HAMMOND OEGAN STUDIO, 9895

FOR SALE Siegler heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil 801·\-'ice~ Pu;;d Sound Bank Building, TaLE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave: l'.tnna, Pjerce Conn!:y, Vv-ashineton. 15ctf All bids fo1· s;_1id real propcety 1:1ust he in \Vriting, anJ addresliJRBY SERGEAN'T' Jnf•· f . Alfl>ii'a and sed to the uncl0r::;Jgn8<l Ad.n1inis-: • . ' · - . ,,' · '' ,. ~ 1 '· : : rnturned this ~· f .>O outfit. You tratrix. care of Nor.roan E. Bradcnn pay off $40 balance at $5 ley, .Attnrn(;y at Ln\v, and directeach month and get free home ed te him at Room 1107 Puget demonstration. UPTON ELEC- Sound Bank Building, Taco1na TRIC CO ll48 l\.farket St., FU Vv ashington, 01· filed with the _ " . c l 0 0 .,.2.,e>l. 15 5 Cle:·k of the above Court befurn noon on the 10th day of Septen1ber, 1957. SAVE $S$$ Said sale will b8 for cash nnd RUGS or wall-to-wall carpeting; Mohawk, Bigelow, Hiqhtscown, shall be subject to the confirBarwick, U narne it. Guarant~ed mation of the above entitled installaticn by experts. Nothmg Court., This sale is necessary to down ' 35 months to pay (Bank pay claims of the estate and • Terms). Get a bid-you'll be costs of administration herein. glad you did! Quality furniture DATED at Tacoma, Washingsame terms. PARKWAY ton, this 15th day of July, 1957. 011 FURNITURE, 14lst c% Pacific JEANETTE L. MELLO A. ~"41 . OPEN TTLL ve., LE 7- .J;; Ad111i.nistratrix, 9:00. 15ctf 1107 Puget Sound Bank Building, Tacon1a 2, y,T ashing ton. NORMAN K BRADLEY Too 1

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AEUIFYING & FERTILIZING; RAY GOGAN Landscape Con· give your lawn a treat; JU 8- struction. Puyallup sandy loam Insurance of All J;{inds 2111. 3ctf . top soil, new lawns; nothing Notary Public down, 30 months to pay. LE 7---·-.--·---·------·--Est. in Parkland Since 1041 3ctf Parkway Furra!ture ROTOVATlNG & TRACTOR 3127. LE 7-8609 Office WORK; Rt. 3, Box 167, Tacoma lHst & Pac. Ave. LE ·•-3911 502 Garfield St., Parkland Chesney-Etter· Road). LE 7-7559 DON'T 'e.ncourage dishonesty: Open Till 9:00 p.m. keyed, combinations "Deal with the people who give 3ctf locks changed; Parkland Cycle & you their personal attention." SPECIAL ORDERS CA.KJCSKey; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7MOWERS Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann 5772. 3ctf @ 10 Bakery 1.5cLf ~·•••••••mn:Ml'i!lrmim:wrmmmmmd Serviced and Stored Power Mowers A Specialty Free Pick-up & Delivery

u S c11nc1uer, · _, d aug h . d a lY.a.ary L n.1 tor of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schneider of 11105 East Pennsy]yania Avenue, has completed nine i.vccks of training nt the 8423 P/-i.ClFIC United Stfltcs Navnl Training Brainbridge, Maryland. EASTERN WAST4INGTON HAY, by the ton or truck load; J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 1'\ctf LEGALS

H.ome &: Farm Bureau

Septic Tanks Cleaned

WATER LINES INSTALLED. Rile) Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or LE 7-3204. 3ctf &

E]ectric

In just a few short days, fom· to be exact, Elvis Presley, the idol of millions of teenagers throughout the country, will arrive for a series of public appearances throughout our Northwest area. Elvis, his sideburns and guitar will be present Sunday, September 1, in a starstudded performance at the Lincoln Bowl. . Ever smce the announcement of his scheduled engagement, Ta~oma. and ".i~inity has been astir with activity. The stand2rd question seems to. be, "Are you going to see Elvis?" The downtown area is plastered with full color photographs of Presley in. a gold . . satin suit, completed with seqit.med cuffs and lapels; the Bon Marche, local ticket headquarters, has been swamped with requests and the record shops have been selling Presley's waxings like hot dogs or should I say hound dogs. 'Teddy Bear," his latest single, is still maintaining its volume of sales while his prior recordings and albums have suddenly increased tremendously. His "Loving You" album is one of the high soil ers in our area and his previous two albums, particularly "Elvis", are also doing well. His olde1· singles and extended play albums are being requested by many and it's a sure fire bet that the sales of his recordings will increase even more after his appearance.

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NEW:; BR. 15x20 Living rm, fireplace, birr:h cabinet kitchen, 4-pc. tile bath, G.E. auto; furnace, only 1 .b~ock to, hbus $ 111 dParklancl. l'IIA $U, 150. wit 900 own. ' · · NO DISCRIMINATION !j;300 DOWN FHA 4 DR Cape Cod type home, large sunny living rm., 4-pc tiled bath Garage. A very beautiful home for $9950. Close to Portland Ave. at 341.h St Shown b:v appt. only. Mr. Cheetham, LE 7·3501 days or LE 1-1204 eves.

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SEWING alternations, mending, ironing;' rcason:cblc; quick service; LE 7-5636. 14ctf _ RETIRED Civil Suvicc employee ;vani.s maintenance work, Pm·kland mea, days; LE 7-6967. 14p51. --··---·-·-···--·- .... - - - ., · r • M1scel!aneou~ I:;)

Bulldozing - Ditching TOP SOIL - GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS Phone TH 5-2452

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By Mickey Hamlin

are reporbd on Clyde McPhattcl''s "Long Lonely Nights" . . . . Billy Waril, tbe singer wl10 brought bnr:k '' St..-:1r Dust, 11 is trying his luck at revisicn n11n1. ~ bcr. t\VO "Deep Purple.ll liis "Sea of Glass" spiritual album is most unusual. Give it a spin s0ri1etim2. . . . . La Vern Baker of ';Ji111 Dandy" fa:rae hns a r.:lever release with "Humpty Dumpty Heart" . . . . . Pat Boone's latest E. P. entitled "Four by Pat" contains son1e very nice tunes, especially "Cathedral In 'l'he Pines". . . . . I\1any artists are covering the 110\V lune "Fraulein." l\fo single version hns shown the majority of int.er<ost as of yet. . . . . Mackey and Sylvia, whose Inst rclcnse, ' Lovc Will Make You Fail In Schab!," didn't live up to expectations, arc bouncing back quickly \vith a no'\V set '(Love Is A Treasare" and "Let's I-Iave A Picnic)) . . . . Tommy Leonitte, \vho \viJl np pear on 'jYour Hit Parade" this fall, is trying to create a hit single of 'Td Climb The Highest Mountain. The tune was previously included in "The Platters, Volume II" albun1 and there is a possibility that their version may be released as a single . . . . Coral's nGw fall album releases include no lees than five by Lawrence W ellc ... Sammy Kaye and Nick Nobel are sharing the hono:c·s for jjl'-lfoonlight Swim" . . . . . Bob Jax.en's novelty "Gotta Have Something In The Bank, Frnn kn is destined to become fabulously successful.

TACOMA UPHOLSTERY NORMAN E. BRADLEY Special on rcuphobtcring davAttorney enport, chair, as low as $129. For The Best Deal 1107 PSN Bank Bldg. Davonos $49.00. Rocker, $29; Opposite Postoffice Tacoma, Washington Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7PUYALLUP, WAS!-1. 0327. 15ctf !n . The Superior Court of the BR 2-0734 State of Washington in and TH 5-1766 TH 5-13B2 for the County of Pierce. in Prcbate, No. 62,166 1951 4-DOOR CHEVROLET se- BULLDOZING - DITCHING dan; 1952 FORD 2-door sedan; GRAVEL - TOP SOlL - SEPTIC NOTICE OF PrtIVATE SALE OF REAIL PROPERTY both with automatic transmisTANKS - DHAIN FIELDS IN THE lVIATl'El't OF THE ESsion. ANDERSON CHEVRON, 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup 1l'li...'1'g ()J? Spanaway; LE 7-6<165. 12c51 VIOLA L. DURHAM, Only perso;~s who have been Dccec.sed. * * * * NOTTCJ~ IS HEREBY GIVEN: Half-Notes: Jodies Sands, dead for ten years can qualify That. in compliance vcith the whose waxing of "With All My for election to the Hall of Fame. BREED YOUR COW ARTlFIC15pS1 order ol Court heretofore enterIALL Y to sires proved g1·eat. Washington Proved Sire Service. TAP Dl'.NCING LESSONS. Be- eel in the above entitled cause, George Lytle, technician, phone Yelm 3031, or Graham VI 7- ginning and advanced. Call Jim the unde:·signed Administratrix 15ctf will on or after the 10th day of 7 417 before 9:00 a.m. 13ctl Nylander, LE 7-0571. Septen1ber 1957, sell the Iollowi.i.1g described reaJ estate located t) in Pierce County, Vlashington,

<ITCHEN CABINETS, comer shelve.~. b<Jok cases; birch, fir

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By L. W. Gilbert LA GRANDE ALDER NEWS The J\ f0rton Rock and Gem shovv vvas reported a success by the hoses, the Morton Rockologists, 1vith nearly 2000 attending to view the first display of }ts kind i:n this area. Those part1c1pating fro111 the Nisqually Canyon Club ".Vere Joe Kearney, Nirs. Lars Lofquist, George and Virginia Battles, Claribel Nordstrom, Lloyd Gilbert and Mr. rrnd Mrs. Earl Marro\v. Interest is now focused on the Rock show to be held at the Armory in Tacoma over the Labor Day weekend T~vo former schoolmates arc visiting family and friends this month: Mnrtha Rotter Fox and bcr · husband from New York, and Ida Heclhorg Naglcy d · · an fan1ily fron1 Chicago.

Chevrolet

CHILD CARE in my home; 114J!Y Soulh L St., LE 7-5778. 14c3l

2 ACRES or knotty pine; built to your EAST 80'fH; 3 BR older-type specifications; get the best for home witl; ffrcplace. Fine soil, iess-my prices are the lowest. lots of frmt trees, fenced. Large HOOVER'.S CABINET SHOP, barn, chicken house, garage. LE 7-5514. 3ctf $fl750. with $1500 down. ..____ _ AC S SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny a RE 9 Hall, 1012 South 110th, Leno~ CANYON RD., . near . M:'plc. "' 1-0856. 3ctr BRs, newly pamt~d ms1dc and ----------· • out. Good soil, rnce yard, fenAc.e Dirt Movnnn cod. $6850. with $1800 down. ':I

FOR SALE-Mrcp!c davcno, gocid condition, ~)50; 11-cuhic-l'oot Frigidaire refrigerator V1rith aOlb. freezer spar~~, Enod condition, $100; LE l-11'19. 15c5l

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Home & Farm Bureau

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BRIDE & GROOM RPECli\.L SxlO tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 So. Park Ave. Family Portrait Studios. 15ctf

PARKLAND HEATING CO. -All makes of furnaces for sale; NOW IS THE TIME; have your WILL DO BABY SITTI?JG IN MY specializing in Williams OIL 'O' baby's shoes bronzed today. ReaHy HOME, Parkland district; LE MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water Preserve forever the memories 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9;)79 7-5340. l4c52 Instalfations, Service; reason- of those tiny foet. All work Roal Estate able; 755 South 108th, LE 7- guaranteed; free pick-up and de- l\fomber of Tacoma Board WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also 3ctf livery. TINY '!'OT METALIZING 4045. ironing in yonr hnme or n1ine; CO., LE 7-7922 p o Box ~? 3 Member Multiple Listing Service $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE I " ' . . . u ..... , Hot Water Heating 14ctf 7-5398 or LE 7-742:3. Spnna\yay.-3ctf.

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PEARL ELECTRIC WANTED - Woman for child care LE 7-3563 2:30 till 5:30, James Sales distPLOWING, discing, ;rotovating and lawn work. D. R. Beeler, ' ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : - · rict; phone LE 7-3796 ofter 6:00 5c5l LE 7 -4940. 3ctf BRICK WORK --, House le\>eling and foundations, retaining ________.... ___________ WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- w ANTED-Salesgirl with experlevel buildings; cabinet work, place and stone work. LE 7 • ience in dry goods or departconcrete work. Reasonable; 3ctf mcnt store. Apply between LE 7-3550. 3ctf 4291. SCREENED TOP SOIL No 10:00 and noon except Saturrocks or roots. Crushed Rock, day. SHOP-ETTE Department ESTIMATES FOR Drain Gravel, Fill Dirt and Store, 133rd and Pacific Ave. ELECT.RICAL Screened Road Gravel that 5c51 packs. Hilltop, Gravel Co., 23rd SERVICE Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. • 3ctf Home ·Wiring - Remodeling Dryers ~ Electric Heat LOST - Groen Parakeet, Band No. 56A57133; call LE 7-4275. Emergency Service 6c51 Call

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Hen rt" is still very popuh:r, .is trying to do it again \vjth "Sayonara" a nevv tune very sirnilar to her previous srnash. . . . . The Bobbettos are curruntly causing a happy sensation vvith jjMr. Lee" . . . . , Strong nntionn1 sales. i

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PBeitter Chatter

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CUSTOM KILLING, poultry of all kinds; WA 2-6952. 3ctf

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CERAMIC TILE - Drain boards, bath rooms; store fronts; etc. Remodel and patch work; free estimates; phone LE 7-4795; 1230"1 East F St. Sctf

sizes; top soil; deliveries; 3ctl WASHING MACHINE PARTSLargest stock in town. Repair .. ing th11t pleases. BB's Waoohcr DRU.UNG Service, 3727 So. G. GH 4-!.l409 llctf P~mps

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Each new "age" is dear to you , •. but they go so fast, grow so fast---only a portrait can keep this time-for keeps. Let us make your child's portrait now. Come in or phone for an appoint~ ment-todayf

This noi ice is subn1ittcd as re.,,, quired by Chapter 216, La'";::; uf UJa3, of Lhc: ~:ilale o[ vVashingto.:,i.

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ivfr ..~nd }..irs. Lcuis Vleir have '1. he t.:·t1.i.i.'fl flight \yi11 arrive .·.:e:.'n n:J.rned vdn:b.eTS of a I-Ia\vai .. hack in Sea'yt.12 on 81µ-.1.day, 8e:Pt. i·iJ1 IIo1Jd:.1y in the IsLu1ds begin .. 8 i'ollc.nVing a full ogi?nJa o.f din= rilng i~u1~ust 3!]. fl\:t5 1 iSland tl'lJ)Ll, deep Seu fishd rrhc CDntc:~t, ~\}JOilSO.t'0d l1y ing and other ·-soeial events ::.n· . . Cc'Df1'£ll Blcctric Corporntion of r~1nk';f::d cspe:Chilly by (1:'~. J\ir. nnd l\1rs, V"1'-leh· fii:e 6v.;rtcrs of Vleh· s Gc·n0ral Rlc,C:trie Cor·~ Ja.llnicr !~.er, 85th nnd Pol'tlund Av·e. The ELori?- \Vill be closed during the Bootery \Vciir's absence fa·orn A1ig. 31 LAKEWOOD CENTER JU lJ.4181 through Sept. 9. Coatest 1Yin·

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While the Summi~ Youth C&nt1.:•rt01· Building Cornrniltee does nbt expec·ti t.o lfrerrk aily con .. struc:Uon Tccord~. it is Well silt;; isfied i.Vith th~ cqnt]n1lnns progress :mnd:::: so r01· on i_·-he br'.i1cli~E:"-· ~Joe I--Iofti'.) 1·cf16rtr-c'\ E'.atnrdny. '\V1') potire<l the found:.1Hcrri. ,:.:tails la:it f.Jovem1x:-r, rust1ed lui-nb2rJ designed and built 28 roof trusses, erected tho frainc, rit1s2d fio'i'S :in this ev(~nt \Vere dulet;- the trus:;cs, to say nothing or mined On it liisis of vulumo ~:ale:.;. rnhh18' enougl1 money for supp1 ics rrnd mntc·rh1]s/' ~loc s3.ld. 1

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The Financial committc~ has heid bake sales, rtunmage snlcs, ~Jquure dances and benefit clan .. ces, to raise the money necessrn·y to continue progress. u\\T e rrdsP ns \VP: ncr:d it," Serle IIEtrt, Financial CornJnittcc Ch~ir1nan tol<l us. 'fhe fiue support of this oncrgetic group has the rer:.pcct of the community as well ns tht> cnopcr:ition in their efforts to r;ivo the Youth Center the financial dd which hc,s furthered tho building in the past year. Other contributions given the Ccntcl' in the past few months include> Foss Launch 'l'ug Co., Baskett Lumber Co .. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Forristal, Labor Advocate, and others interCSted in s0eing the 'Y ou~h Con tcr built.

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Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheumatic Sufferers have taken this Medicine since it has been on the market. It is inexpensive, can be taken in the home, For Free information give name and address to P.O. Dox 2535, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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CAMP DESERT ROCR, NEV. ( AII'rNC)-'-Sgt .. Doo W. Brown, 21, \'>'hose -\v.ife,_ Patric.in, lives at !J71!J Croft SL., Pa;·klaml, Wash., is t.Uking part in th_e 1957 s·um~ mer nuclear test series at the A torrde Encl·_gy · C_omn1issiori:s N cv11d11 Test Site neo.r Las Vegas. Brown is participating _in an indoctrination program to fomiliaf"ize. military personnel with the effects of atomic \Veapons. 'l'he son of Mr..and Mrs. John E. Brown, Baileysville, W. Va., he is "· squad leader in Company B the Division's 12th Infanti·y at Foi-t Le\vis, Wash. Brol\'n en-. tercd the Army in Febrnary 1953.

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Yidcd by residents of the lake ar.ea. Le:ding the p:u-ade will be QuG0!1 Sharon and King 'fed with iheir altondants, the Princesses B<0rnadine. Klu;re, Ruth Ehsey nnd tJanet f1ess. During the afternoon there i,,vill be sv~1 .in11ning races, l'O\V bnii.t mccs for young and old nnd spr:od boat tr.iuls. Jim Benne is generul chair .. mnn of the \vat.er carnival.

Mil ton ft Ctist! a Mcthod.l.:t chn.Plain fi-i:\m Ja~a:6, will be the gL~<?st :ipf?f!,b1r M pie fh-:1t foil rm;eting or tlw Woman's Sncir:;f,y of ·Ch1:·is.tish Se~Vitd_ 6£ ihe Pal'l:lan<l Methodist chlll'ch, sc·t fo1· 1:00 p. m., vVcdncsday, Sc-pt . .-1, il1 the social l1illl of the church. GlklPs and filfus 'viii be foC"ttitred ahd -Re\'. Crist. \vill teil of the wod; he is doi.iig ln Jirp· an. . A siiver fo:'I \\'il] folio;\• the tn·og1•n'fn, th<> sriiitii Gh'cie in chal'ge. Memb~i·'l or t.hc .?:!2ecu· 1.ive bom·d \viH '!l1eet f2:00 z_i.o"n:. ,IYhs .. _Cliafies•. :Pet~!'sil11. is president; 'Mfs. \1tHbui'._E. iio,hc·rts, ;,'iCc pfosldi:nt; :M~ .• Cf~de Southall, .. i·ecording ~ecretliry; r11rs. Travers .Dryi!r, treasiifef.

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NECCHI ZIG-ZAG PORTABLE REG. $189.50 NOW $159.150

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ho;;~~ ;CC> ,,s_~P~\ct_,_~ c~up_l~. c_f a.o.ys in New ).'ork Gity. takin~ in the si;;rh"\s. Then on the \Ya'.\' bck throllgh Ell!ffuio, tb.s;r t;hn to stop a~n'd1 at ~'lyinouth, on to Chicago nnd wiil take ihe Souih·f1'11 ronh: home through Su1! Lnkl" City nnd Drnvr,r nn<l Snn 17rancisco \vhere thc:y ~\;•ill st.ny ovE>rnighl:, then up the con<it tn Pot'tbml nnd home. Pajatnn Party Georgi:l Gemmell ent.:ort.nincd severul of }wr girl fri:?nds ro· cently with a 1mjama party at the homcof her parents, Mr. nm\ lvfrs. Frnnk Baskett. rrhc girl:; spent most_ of their thne s\vhnming in the new outside po ~. rrhose attendin.g·\VC::i'e ,Jri.n~_I_,ft\V­ kr, Janet Bombardier, l\Jarlrne Matilinen, Nadine Olson, Sandra 11/IcE!roy, Bonnie Christensen, Diann Perryman, Sharon Bruck~ enbui·y, Madeline Heitz, Cory! Wagaman, Saudra Chrislilnw and the .hostess, G-eorgia. Sympathy Many friends and relntivrn; from Tacoma o.nd Orting wero ve1'y so!'ry to hear of the death of H. E, Bos~, stepfather of Mrs. Victor :Eshpeter, in. Phoenbr, Arizona n t the Veteran's Hospital. Mr. Boss died July 23 after ailing since a heart attack he had. on. July 5. The funeral was held in Orting. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lula Boss; his

The first law regulating retnil srrlo of drugs was first passed in Rhode Island in 1870 . . . now all states have their laws protecting the health and welfare of its people.

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VARNISHES, HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL, MARINE, FLAT ENAMEL, STAINS, EXTERIOR PAINT, SHAKE PAINT, ETC.

RALPH HUBBARD, Manager 84th & Pacific Branch

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Prices are as follo\vs:· 30c '"PE!!' lunch for high school students, 20c for students grades 1 ·through 4, and 25c for students in grades 5 through 8. The District sta!l; is complete with the exception of kindergartern teachers. · Kindergarten will not officially begin until Monday, September 9th. This is due to .. the fact that not all teachers. have been employed. Kindergarten pupils not previously registered will be registered on Thursday and Friday, September 5th and 6th in the offices of the principals. Proof of birth should be presented at the time of registration. The Bethel District is · cooperating with the Pierce County Board of Education with regai·d to age of entrance. The County rule is 5 years of age by September 10 for Kindergarten entrance and 6 years of age on· September 10th for grade 1. Due to tlie heavy class loads, no exception will be made tci this County rule.

JOURNAL August 29, 1957 Important Goal In Page 8 The TIMES -Thursday, Summer Project Fletchers i oOpen Bethel District New Center School Schedule At Lakewood Is Now Complete

. How certain hormones affect O:yarian tissue is the subject of r.esearch Richard Nicholson of cpiirkland is doing this summe1'. at the University of Washington :iiiedical. school, where he is a third-year student. ::..• Importane(/ of the study is i;hat it may help increase medical I>howledge abo11t reproduction,

Bethel District schools will Others of the crew are equally familiar to patrons of the Park- open their doors to more than land market. Maurice Fletcher, 2,000 students at 8:45 a. m. "Fletch" to his many friends, Wednesday, September 4th. will divide his time between the School will operate a full day on opening day and hot lunches two stores. The cheese department will will be served in all schools. stock the largest assortment of this food to be found in the Northwest; A complete line of fish prodncts will be offered, both frozen and fresh. "If it swims, they'll have it." to the hoat to shut off the motor. Medosweet Dairies, Inc., will Rickie Jo suffered only bruises stock the cases with the fine and and the scare of her young life. varied products so long popular In the meantime, Winberry TWer>+~· ::;:.a hlls routes apin the state. was in bad trouble as he can't proved by the State Department The Villa Plaza Fletcher's is swim. Johnson tried to throw of.Education will cover 992 miles housed in an attractive new ce- him an oar but it broke; tried to daily and transport an estimated ment block structure, offering reach him with a pole - it was 1945 students including kinder3500 square feet of floor space. too short. There was no other gartcn. Two new modern 73Interior decoration features pas- boat near so Johnson jumped in passenger Kenworth Trans it tel colors, with candy,stripe pat· and caught Winberry as he was Coaches have been added to the tern floor covering of asphalt going under for what he is sure present fleet. Buses will operate tile. • would have been the last time. on the same time schedule as The refrigeration display cas- . When things ~aimed down a last year. ~ additional high es! a long 170 feet of· them were bit it was discovered· that Chris· school bus will leave the Spaninstalled by the Jack Frost Co., tian's leg was broken. and som . away grade school, travel to the o~ Tacoma. In building and equip- body called Fort Lewis to .se:d Roy Y, south to. the Michell pmg the new market,.Mr. Fletch- an ambulance It didn't come road, to the Pole Lme road, east er has in all cases given prefer- .. and didn't co~e so after wait~ to the Mountain Highw,ay and ence to local labor and techni- ing well over a~ h~ur th Re south. to the Elk Plain grade c~ans; s~milar pref:rence is i!l· C. C. Wilcox volunteer~d t~ ta;~ school. and high school. Another dipated m contractmg for prodc Christian to Madigan hospital, bus will ~e added to transp~rt lits to be sold. the ambulance arriving w'thi students m the Graham-Thrift All friends of the Fletcher or- minutes after their depart:U.e.n area to the Kapowsin g;ade ganization _ and thc.y m. ay be Th J hn b . school. Any necessary adiuste · o son oat wil1 never ' · b will b e made fouiid in all parts of the Puget b h . . ments m. us routes e t . e same agam. 'bl Sound area _ are cordially in· as soon as poss1 e a ft er sc h oo I vited to drop in and see the fine ;r'here. should be a moral to opens. new market this weekend and ~his thing but there proba~ly Any new families desiring inhelp "Fletch" celebrat.e this new is.n't. After :'ll, why moralize formation on transportation may milestone in his merchandising over somet~mg. that couldn't phone the school principal career. _happen agam in a thousand ·his. area or call Mr. Olson years? .Vinewood 7-2144.

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i'.J;?Ulation and the action of pituitary hormones on. their "target" cells'. .. . . Usmg experrmental ammals, N~cholson . stimulates an ovary with a hormone. . Then he removes the ovary to observe . . tl1e s t rue . tu re . o f th e c. h anges m ovarian cells and to find out which cells in the· ovary secrete their own hormones. Forthese studies, he uses one of the University's electron nucroscopes, which magnify up to 20,000 times. Enlargement of photographs taken through the iD.icroscope give a total magnification of over 200,000 times. :Nicholson's·, research is ·one of the first electron microscopic studies of this subjet. This study could reveal the true process of the ovarian cycle a\1d may help.clarify mechanisms now poorly understood. It also could help .doctors to better understand the various relationships betw.een pituitary and ovarian hol·mones and the target· cells they affect . .. ; Nicholson's research is financed by· an· Anatomy. T1;~ining Fellowspip. .Bis work. is being supervised by ::Qr. ·.Rich•ud J. Blandau, assi.stant dean oLthe School of 11.1ediCine. Nicholson is . one of about· 60 UW ·.medical ·. students who. have summer grants .from v.arious institutes and · foundations. Purpose of the fellowships is to give students experience and interest in research while providing sum111er earnings to help with school-year expenses. The \;icreasing importance of research to the field of medicine has resµIted in the University's policy of encouraging students to learn i'esearch techniques whether or not they ·plan to specialize in· the field after graduationO ., '., Nicholson, a graduate of Pac)fic Lutheran College, is the son ql' Mrs. Helen Nicholson of Parkfond,

PIERCE COUNTY REFUSE CO.

Puyallup Rainbow Girls arc liaving car wash Saturday, iugust 31, 9;0 Oa. m. to 5:00 p. m. at the following stations: Spencer's, Lewis', Phair's and Waite.'s Texaco Service. Girls working are Gail Rinehart, Jacky Nunn, Gail Gitt, Virginia ()'Briant, Linda Savage, Karren :Hanson, Sharon Lyman, Joanne Sorenso1i. Phyliss Longabaugh, Janet Diseth, Nedra Jordan, Gayle Kessler, Betty Taylor, Carol Peterson a11d Verlail18 Quist.

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

Tl!UllSDAY, AUGUST 29TII, 1957 - PAGE 9 - SECTION TWO --~~~~~,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-'

iJI:ST

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G~·a111d Opening O'f R~dy'~ Feed and I i Seed s~tMrday

merchandise, That paint section )s quite an important one, offering full line of Parker .pnints - interior,: exterior. barn, roof, shake, porch and deck; also the high gloss l\1arine enamel for jnterior \\~ork and tl"im. The val'ious supplies Marking a b',g step forward in used in painting are Rlso avail· the operntion of his business, able. Rudolph E, (Rudy) Engebretson invites the public to share with N~turally_ a feed and seed store him the frn'ma! opening of the specializes m that sort o(. thmg n>ew home of Rudy's Feed & and it is amrrzing how many Sc,ed Co, at 14GGO p,;cific Avenue items are included: Exper!ly preSaturday, Au"ust 31. pared or blended feed for every c· · b ,•h b .animal on the farm, together with . . . . . . omcc u}mg " 8 usmcss m n aces ·ies , d utensils EVERYBODY WF;LtOME SATURDAY-The fine new home of f formerly kn cm n as Stewart Hay a y. "c sot , an · .· Rudy's Feed & Seed Co. pictured above will be the scene of a & Grain Co.} some three years used m_ the fee.dmg of a:innals. neighborly gathering Saturday when Rudo1ph E. (Rudy) ago, Mr. Engebretson has made There ts a wide selection of wefom:n"s his many friends to share with him the many friends. in the community g1~ass seeds f?r lawns.and an even opening of his business in its r~ently com1ileted"'·modern and has increased. the volume of. wider.. selectio11 pf. m\x.~s for pashis ehterp,iise to the point where tures, these stored long line he needed more room hence the of neat, handy bins .. There tire fine new structure 'which has all 'kinds of sprays, ·fertilizers, been built just south of the ori- peat moss, insecticides and preginal store. The r,ew building is paraf.ions to crndicnte botherof frame canstruction with con- some varmints (Rudy's got a crete floors, with 50-foot front- wonderful powder to kill moles) and the hundred and one small age on Pacific Avenue at 14660 items needed around the farm. and a depth of 48 feet The ex'l'he building is well planned terior is painted in an attmctive shi1de of gray with green trim for quick and convenient service, and touches of yellow. Across the stocks being grouped !or the front is a ·wide canopy SQ that easy selection - - a place for customers ar.e always protected everything and evcrylhing in'. its from i·ain or sno\V in storm:'/ place - - saving the time of salesweather. The building is placed man and customer alike. Lending gala atmosphere to well back from the pavement, as now required by the Planning Saturday's formal opening, cofCommission, leaving a large black fee will be served with cookies from t.he · Patty Ann Bakqrics, topped parking area. with balloons and suckers for The feed store is divided into the kiddies. Small packages for three sec:tions: 'I'be north one is Sturdy Dog Food will be given used for hay, the middle one away t.o all visitors. for sacked feed and the south There will bo several very one cont,,ins the business office, plus the paint department an<F special awai·ds. Of interest io the Indies will be a beautiful. stocks of several other lines ol hand made wool throw rug. Young farmers, hoys or girls, will be excited over the fine WISHING MY GOOD whiteface calf which will be aFRIEND RUDY warded during the opening event. And a gift suitable to anyone SUCCESS IN HIS .YA•.. who has a home is the gallon FINE NEW STORE of Parker paint. There will be three awards. of Trainglc fced.s. Martin Gibbons Saturday will be a fine di>Y to visit this modern foed store and congratulate Rudy Engebretson on his successful business.

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Your new store is a welcome addition to our area

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PAUL'S SHOES

We are proud to have had a part in the completion of this fine new store.

Congratulations and Best Wishe;; To RUDY'S FEED & SEED

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At ~, e~t Site CAMP DESERT HOCK, NEV. (AHTNC)-Army Specialist Third Class Wesley P. Venne, 21, whos~ wife, Betty, lives in Spamnvay, Wash,, is taking part in. the 1957 summer nuclear test series at the Atomic Energy Commission's Ne~ . vada Test Site near Las Vegas, Specialist Venne is participating in an indoctrination program to fan1i1iarizc military personnel with the effects of f!tomie weapons.

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Four rharnpi.onshlp Parkland area teams 'Nere fotcd last ·wcdncsday evening at the Top of the ()cean. The banqt1et0ts :ineluded membeTS of be Rich's Wolves, F'rankfo1 Pierce, Spanawccy Auctione2rs and the M.idland Mites Learns. . Rich s VVolves'· \Von the city Bnntr.m league' title while (;he Franklin Pierce nine won the junior tournament playoff afLer capturing second in regular league play. 'T'}1e Auctioneer::; took the Bethel Pee Vfoe league play an<l the Midland Mites grnbbed the Franklin Pierce title. Coaches Df the ;,vinning Franklin Pjerce juhio1· tea1n \v0re Bud. Gn1ucha and !{arl Strand. The team had a 13-3 ov~rall record for league. arid post-season play. The Junior nine had-the enviable record of making 24 double plays throughout the season which paved the way for victory. Members of the team included: cateher, ·calvin Goings; pitch"'" Ken Southhall; first base, Denn is Ljpke; second base, Tom Lumsden; third base, Jerry ,Larson; Short.stop, Bob Strand; outfielders, Joe Mancuso, Jay Kin1

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Bowmen Washington State Bow Hunters' Assodation will present its annual championships at the Tacc1na Sportsn1en's Range (Chateau) this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Mt. Tahoma Bowmen are the host club. Competition in six events is slated for the three-day affair. Divisions include men, women, juniors and childrcm under 11. The six events are the 28-target blackfaco round, 28-target animnl ~face round, 56 target field round, flight championships __.in· the various divisions, clout championships .and tho novelty competition. Parklanders will be represented by Mr. and Mrs. ·George McNett and Don Norris. Officers of the WSBA are Carl Burke, president; Torn Jones, vice president; Bill Neve, secretary-trensurer. Mt. Tahoma Bowmen officers include Leo J. Marx, president; Georgt'l McNett, vic0 president; Maxine McNett, secretary-treasurer and Bill Brexeton, publicity chairman.

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Parkland's busy summer time slate of activities came 'to a halt last weekend for deserved rest until the footballs start flying in the first weeks of September. Franklin Pierce and Bethel high schools as well as Pacific Luthei:an will serve up, enough football this fall to fill the appetite of most Parkland area fans. PLC has been tabbed as one of the favorites in the Evergreen Conference by several football yearbooks on the :hewstimds. Of course, head coach Marv Harshman probably doesn't app1;eciate this fact, prderring tho typical dark-horse role which so many college coaches prefer. But one thing is for certain, fans can expect th.-ii!s gala.re when Tommy Gilmur, Li'! AllAmerican candidate, unlimbers his vaunted throwing ann against the opposition. Gilmm· is· one of the to11 defensive players in the .league besides and can ramble from the qb post .as well. One mustn't forget his mastery of the lost art of drop-kicking either. 1 It's difficult to tell about the high schools this early. The Cardinals and Bethel, however, are expected to give a good account of themselves in their respective leagues. The Puget Sound Confrenco and the West Central league are two of the toughest lqp.gucs in the state which makes for. top. flight play. Elsewhere on this page you'll

see the names ;Jr the players which competed on the championship teams in boys baseball from the Parkland-Midland area. These boys and their coaches proved that the county boys can hold their own with their Tacome cousins. Here's a dreamy idea of how to make i>ure that all boys will be able to play the various recreation sports all. through the year with the assurity of having enough financial supp~rt. "We ought to have a civic-owned race horse running at Lo11gac1·es." Although the possibility seems remote, take a look at our neighbors, Su~'ner .. Have you heard of Cold Steel? Well Cold Stool has picked 'up a tidy sum of over $7000 at Longacres thjg summer. All proceeds have gone to support Little League baseball. _ The hor'se is owned by :).0 Sumner residents who put up $100 apiece to buy the racing thoroughbred. Recent winner of the Governor's Handicap, Cold Stoel has beaten such outstanding horses as Tacoma's North End and .Hollywood's Afternoon. The idea probably seems fanciful but it. sure would be nice to see Parkland's united colors every weekend at the Renton track. Besides it would make nice copy. Sumner received a 2-page plug in a recent issue of Sports Illustrated. Anyone got a horse which would be a surt'l winner for the community at Longacres?

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