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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1957

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The congregation of the Pad<land Lutheran church, 123rd and Pacific, will gather at the church Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock for the installation service of the Rev. H. A. Theiste, who comes from Fairview Lutheran church in Minneapolis to be pastor of the local church. Theiste and his family are living at 220 South 115th St. Two sons of the family me at home, the other four children having remained in the middle i.vcst.

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Many At Opening 15' d • N H Of 11\.U y s ew ome Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Engebretson (Rudy's Feed & Seed Co.) were gracious hosts Saturday at the open house with which they celebrated the opening of the fine new home of their business at 146th and Pacific avenue. Several ;;tttrective prizes were awarded on skill in judging the number of pellets. in two jars. A. D. Totten of Rt. 1, Box 230-A, Spanaway, won the Triangle feed award with a guess of 2002 turkey pellets in a jar of 2013; second, Ernie Dudleston of Rt. 1, Box 238, Spana way, 2000; third, Paul Christiansen of Rt. 3, Box 234, Tacoma with 1999. Ella Abucevie of 14006 South Yakima won the hand made rug with he.r guess oi l.S95 nibbit pelleW in a ·jar .of 1873; second;· Sue Ha1:t of 12415 East .Cedar, 1900; third, Mrs. -R. W. Jordan of 2102 East 72nd, 1954. The 61-pound calf ~vas won by Victor Griffin of 765 South 140th, w:ith a g~ess of 6l pounds 9-oz. --"""-,...'-.---·_ ·

Fall activities of the Parkland Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service opened with the general meeting and tea Wedne-;;Clay afternoon in the church social 'hall. The speaker, the Rev. Milton B. Crist, a Methodist chaplain from Japan, showed slides and films depicting the work there. Mrs. Charles Peterson is president of the group; Mrs. Wilbur E. Roberts, vice president; Mrs. Clyde Southall, recording secretary; Mrs. Travers Dryer, treas· urer. Committee chairmen for the year are Mesdames Michael Wutz, promotion; H. F. Skinner, missionary education; Guy Nedervold, Christian social relations; Donald Not.hdurft, student work; Val Berntsen, youth work; Erndt Hubachek, childi'en's work; Harold Tveit, Spiritual Life; Charlotte Miller, $upply work; Roget' Baker, status of women; Bryan Logan, local church activities; Orville Weeks, publicity. Circle chairmen for the year U are: M1:s: Glenna Leonard, EmIf" . ma Preston Circle; Mrs. Harold Tveit, Mary Smith Circle; Mrs. Robert Leonard, Margaret Coop. h h t• f th er Circle; Mrs. James Sales, . W it . t. e comp1e 1o;i o e Maude Tveit Circle. first four-hour course m Hunter Safety,' given ·at Spanaway as part 'of the Recreation Program, 23 boys and girls .received cerSeveral new teachers are be- tificates. The proud youngsters ing welcomed at Collins school are: Robert Durbin, Gary Justice, this year, ?.long with those re- Dick Fisher, Danny O'Neal, turning again. The kindergarten Monte ·Brown, Norman Hulscher, teacher is Ruthmarie Tennent; Bruce Sothern, Chris Schmidt, 1st and 2nd grades, June Fulk- Alta Moore, · Stephen Schmidt, erson; 2nd, Mrs. Moon; 3rd, Aud- Frank Whitman, Carl Rose, rey Raley and Mrs. Wood; 4th, Ethelyn Newell, Bayard ll,pd Mal'ilyn Rasmussen; 4th, 5th Roelde Crate, Dickie Burke, Robert Jufer; 6th, Mary Pattie; Floyd Coons, Guy Farrens, For.71:.h, ,John Lequc: 8th, Charles rest Sothern, Jerry Wilde,., May~ard _Beegle, Shern1'an Peterson Durkilis, and Raymond Schmidt. P-TA Board Beginning Jan. 1, 1958, .noThe first P-TA hoarrl meeting wil.I be this (Thursday) evening body under 18 years of age at 8:00 at ihc sehool gym. be given a hunting license unRobert Iufur, P-TA president, will less he can show proof of havpreside. ing completed the official HuntHeportcr - Mrs. Harold EUl'gc- er Safety course. At Spanaway son, LE 7-7040. I he course will be repeated in the near future, the four one-hour DON'T MISS the Parkland JC classes to be held at the school Charity Fall Ball Saturday, Sept. evenings. Watch for the date. H, in Sunshine Hall, 107th and Art Hallengren, LE 7-6164, is Yakima. in charge of tho course.

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Volume 12, No. 52

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With Fan Meeti11g Kapowsin Rebekah Auxiliary met Tuesday al the home of Mrs. E. A. Lau<:onborg; Mrs. B. Napier presided. Visiting Mrs. John LaPore is staying with her sister, Mrs. H. M. Hanson, in Maple Valley while the sister recovers from surgery. Mr. and Mi:s. Arnold Matson of Pasco visited her mother, Mrs. Nora :Funk, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Murray and •on Dennis of Neah Bay are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carlson. Roy Allen is visiting at the home of his son, Charles Allen of Verona, Oregon. Reporter - Mrs. Kate Nelson, VI 7-7640.

23 Youngsters ·Comn IeIe nun ter Safet·.y s.Ounr·.s·e

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Dr. Anthony Stampolis, formerly a teacher at Pacific Lutheran college is now in Europe, having made the trip by plane from New York. Dr. Stampolis will meet Profcsso1· Malamas of Georgia State college in A thens and will return with him. On his way to Europe he stopped to visit his sister, Miss Stella Stampolis in Kalamazoo, Mkhigan and his othe1• sister, Mrs. Hiralds in Ba ttlc Creek.

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· ·· · · The S~mmit Firemen?s dance, held ~aturday evening, Aug. 31, was· a gala affair with a capacity crowd and many.attractive spec-. ial events. The firemen w\sh to thank all who co-operated to make the venture such a success. Generous donations we1'e received from the following: Jones Grocery, Waller Road Barber Shop, Waller Road Variety, Waller Road Stop 'n Shop, Johnson'.s Grocery, Grand Forks Service Station, Summit· Lumber. Co., Parker's Cafe, Lloyd's Barber Shop, Summit View Service, O'Farrell Grocery, Summit Drug, Summit Thriftway; . McDan.iels Market{ Sawyer'~ Xf'IIeY Parts, Ne,vell :Hunt Furn>~ure, Guerstinman's, .Stoner's Sporting Goods, Andy Johnson's, $ummit Trading Co., Jerry's Shell .Serv~ i?e, Ho:Vard Allen Gr~cery: Col~nstl G~ocery, Roney s Inc. of or· an · . . . . . . The . Summit Vtew Fir? De-

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First session of the Spanaway Well Baby Clinic is am:wunced for Tuesday, Sept. 10, with registration from 8:30 till 10:00 a.m. The CliniC will be held on the second Tuesday of each month in the new. gyn:i; please use the entrance opening onto the basehall field. There is ample parking space. Dr. B. A. Baker, pediatrician, is the attending physician, to be nssis.ted by Mrs. Brahms, Pierce Countyhealth nurse. The purpose of the Clinic is to promote good health in the comrnunity for children from birth till they enter school. The Clinic is supported jointly by the Pierce County Health Department and the Spanaway Preschool. The children receive physical tiheck-ups, their series of D.P.T. Hhots and booster shots, also !Omallpox innoculation and T.B. patch tests, There is no charge. Volunteer workers this year are•Mrs. George Woracek, Mrs. Marva! Ackley, Mrs. Robert ~m~th, Mrs. Ralph Alexander, chairman, and Mrs. John Iverson, R.N. ,.--------

Waller Road AH Ready For Fair

The standard American Red Cross First Aid Course sponsorcd by the fire department:.has At 5:.00 o'Clock Fridii.y afterbeen completed. With 30 enrollnoon the doors will open for the ed, .there was an average attend" .31st annual Waller Road Comance of 24. Ralph .Jackson was the munity Fair, a two-day event :instructor. · with much of interest to everyone. A jolly carnival atmosphere In a national contest, spon- will surround the Waller Road sored by. the Necchi-Elna !na.l1u- Community hall, East 64th and facturers. for their dealers, •J11ck Waller road, hut inside the hall Kincade and Mrs. Lucille Clark, the many exhibits may be viewco-owners of the Lakewood ed without distraction. This yGar a Grand Champion ribbon award will be given to the· person entering the most exhibits, also· the same to the win· · iwr of the most blue ribbons. ·Dinner ,\·HJ.be served each eve" · :'n~,> begil'\hing at. 5.:00. On Fri, day.·· evcriii\g the. Waile1;'""Road P-TA will serve the dinner, featuring roast beef and roqst salmon; Waller Road Grange Auxiliary 1ne1nbers "'Will serve a roast Necchi-Elna, won top honors for turkey dinner Saturday. the West•Jrn states. The "Sec the For further information, phone ·world" c011tcst, held. from April Mrs. E. D. Costantini, WA 2-7767. through July was on the merits of display and .. sales, al)d the have ·as their 'award a

Win European Trip

Sales p..JA To t Tuesday

Jack Kincade 16-day Al1-Expe1;se-Paid :European trip by air. Leaving· about September 22, Mr"s. Clark and Mr. lDncade, w.ill be accompanied by Mr. a11d Mrs. S. Arno of Bremerton, ..another lucky co1iplc. The purpose of the frip is for the fortunate .dealers to tour the Elna factory .in Genc,,a and the Necchi factory in Pavia, Italy; France and England arc also in their flying itinerary, after their . landing .in Switzerland. ·

Collins Tots Club

'l'he Collins Tots club will open the year with a "get acquainted" Farmers Mutual Ins. Co. meeting Tuesday, Sept. .10, .at Auto - Fire - Liability 8:00 p.m. in the Collins school, J. J. GUNNS Agency Mrs. Ella Mae Ead9 presiding. and BARBER SHOP Hostesses will Mrs. Colleen ~08 Ea. l76th St. LE 7-7757 Westby, Mts. Delores Baskett and 2 Blocks East of Tnrnsformers, Mrs. Marie Taylor. As always, Spanaway visitors arc very welcome.

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DON"f MISS the Parkland ,JC Charity Fall Ball Saturday, Sept. 1 !, in Sunshine min, .107tb antl Yakima.

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The first fall meeting of James Sales P-TA will be held in the school auditorium Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 8:00 p.m. "What. Do You Expect of Your P-TA" is the program theme. Mrs. Hylan L. Johnsoh, president, will preside for the business hour. Parents will have the opportunity to meet their children's teachers. An interesting P-TA year is being planned. The following board members will be hostesses: Mesdames Donald Ta),Slo,r, Oscar Morl1cn, Donald MacLean, Donald Read, Howard Miller, James Sales, Cline Gra\'CS, M. W. Jackson, Ervin J. Mcic.1· and Miss Virginia Seaburg.

Platter Chatter

By Mickey Hamlin Just a rnw months ago, a new motion picture entitled "I,ove In The Afternoon" was rel.eased and it soon became one of the favorite bdx office attractions thruout the country. As is the trend today,. the show had a title song that was prompily recorded by several .artists. Unfortunately the theme did not become a hit. However, another song that was featured in the picture has become a favorite of the record buyers. It is of course the lovely old favorite "Fascination." As more and more people saw "Love In The Afternoon," mor.e a.nd more people began buying copies of "Fnscination;" therefore, more and more artists begnn recording it. Of the many versions available, the top honors are being shared by two lovely lad.ies: Dinah Shore anil .Jane Morgan. At first Dinnh hnd the advantage because she was an established star and had many loyal fans. Jane, on the other hand, Js a ne,vco.111cr to the recording ·"'od<l. Fortunatcly for Jane, Kapp records, her recording company. dee cided to push her version. They designed a special full color envelope for the record, purchased full page advcrtiscmei1ts in "Billboard" and otber leading trade magazines arid sent Jane on a sensational public appearrihce 'to111•:· Although ,Jnne m1d Dinah will contjnun shndilg the~ honors ·fo1· 'Fascination,1' a ne\V recording by Nat "Kini;" Cole could cert.ainly comer a large degree of t.hn n1arJ.,.,.et. Nat features {'Fascinntionu in his ne\v E. P. ",,t.\round The Worlrl With Nat 'King' Cole." It contains four of todny'ti. Jno:;L popular ballads inclurling "Fasclnation" nnd "Around IJ.'hc World" in rich orchestral setting;,; closely identified with Nat's st;yle of singing. Half-Notes: It looks as though Steve Lawrence will have the big version. of j'Fraulein" . . . Bikini

Election of officers was an important feature of the August 15 meeting of the Spanaway Rifle club. Bobbie Durban is president; Ethelyn Newell, vice president; Bayard Crate, secretary-treasurer. Meeting August 29 at Span~way school, members heard an interesting talk by a professional hunter-trapper. A movie 011 Rifle Safety was shown Aug, 21. As soon as school is started, the club w:ill announce regular dates for meeting at Spanaway. Boys and girls 12 to 17 years of age, inclusive, arc eligible for membership. John Newell, chairman of the Spanaway Recreation Committee, is in charge, with Annon W. May as executive officer. Baby'' by the Versitones, which \\'flS recorded some. time ago, is starting to move mainly because of t.hc Ho.waiian trend of today .... Sonny "Young Love" James just might. ilo it l1gain with "I'm A Mighty Loveable Man" . . . One of t.he five now Welk albums I mentioned last week is entitled "The World's Finest Music" and contains selections like "Clair de Lune," "Our Love" and "My Reverie" performed by u scvcntyfive picc" orcl1estra featuring fifty-two stringed instruments ..... Kitty Kallen is 'covering' Snl Minco's "Lasting Love" . . . . Fcrlin Husky hns hit numhe1· three \Vith nMon1ent Of ·Love''. "Day Dreaming" is ,Joni James first real potential hH in many many months . . Kay Starr's "My Heatt Reminds Me" is climbing higher and higher . . • Eartha l{iLt ls at her sultrieot best \Vith "Take My Love, Take Mc" . . , Janice Martin bas a fair ch:rncc with "I'll Never Be Free," a ncnv 111u1tiplc recording.

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Rally Day Sunday e1t Sw1day will be Rally Day at Trinity Lutheran Sunday school, marking the start of the foll activities. There are two sessions Sunday morning, beginning at !l:OO o'clock for children from tlwcc years of age through high school; at 10:30 for those three yca1·s of age and through \he Ith gnldc. Sundoy morning worship serv" ices at Trinity arc held in three sections, beginning at 0:00" 10:30 ;mrl 12:00. The pastor, the Rev. Erling Thnmpson, has as his as:;istant the Rev. Jchn Skcpstad.

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The U. S. Atcmic Energy Commissjon's 11e\vcst trnvelirig exhibit will he shown on the IGA Foodi:own parl:ing !pt, 112th and Park, Thurscby, Sept.. 12, accord., int; to Newt. Will is, president o~ the Parkland Junior Chamber of Co1111ncl'ec, sponsoring the_ locai presentation. The exhibit is a self-contained; walk-through mobile unit housed in a modern bus-type vehicle that will be shown at various points in the city. Entitled "Atoms for Peace," it is the lat" est in a sorics of b·D.veling .atomi_Q energy exhibits prepared by the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission as part of its many programs to bring the latest information on &towic energy to the general pubiic in a concise, easy-to. understand form. The exhibit is one of four. "Atoms for Pence" mobile unitS now touring the country under the sponsorship of the National University Extension Association and the National ,Junior Chamber of Commerce. Showings through• out Washington arc being hand• led by the State E'd:ension De~ partment and the State Junior Chamber of Commerce. Here in Parkland, the showings of the "Atoms for Peace" exhibit are being arranged by the Park. land Junior Chamber of Com" merce. Visitors to the exhibit will, iti a relatively short period of time, obtain a coinprehensive pictµre of the many ways in which the peaceful atom is playing a more.• and-more important role in our everyday life. A series of panels, several of them operated by the spectator himself, explain re• search and development in the atomic-energy field, ranging froni the mining and refining of rad• ioactive ores to the construction of nuclear reactors designed to provide electric power. In addition, the visitor will learn some of the many uses of radioisotopes -- the so-called tracer aton1s" - in medicine, agriculture, and industry. The exhibit also contains actual samples of radioactive ore, sim" ulatecl fuel elements, reactor control rods, radiation-rletectioil devices and other materials. There" is no admission charge-.:. every resident of Southern Pierce County is invited to visit the exhibit for an informative glimpse of the peacful atom.

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dub members entered their stock the Pierce County Junior 4-H at Sumner recently and won fine awards. Glenna Haaland won blue and rriil- ribbons on her Jersey heifer; .David Peterson, blue and red for Jersey heifer; Eddy Irish, red white for Hereford heifer; Billy Irish, red and white for ~rrnny

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Smith home across the road. They have moved in and out of the community for the past 45 years, the last home having been on Canyon road. The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Summit Methodist church will meet in th<i church hall, Thursday, Sept. 12, at 11:00 o'clock for a business session, to be followed by a sack lunch at noon. All members an~ friends arc urged to attend as the program for the coming year will be planned. Mothers of pre-school age children in this area are cordially invited to a PreschoC:! membership tea Thursday, Sept. 12, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., in the Central Avenue school lunchroom. A nursery will be provided. Transportation may be arranged by calling Mrs. Blaine McKanna, LE 7-7133, or Mrs. Carl Escene, Puyallup TH 5-4117. Central Avenue P-TA will meet Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 8:00 a.m. in the Central Avenue school, Mrs. George Musser presiding. Carl Coltom, the principal, . will speak on "Parental and School Legal Responsibility." Teachers for the coming year will be introduced. Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau,

Hereford heifer; Trygve Haaland, blue and rel! and Reserve Grand Championship for Shorthorn heifer. The club won reds on Beef and Dairy Herdsmanship. Red ribbons for demonstrations at the fair went to Billy Irish, Glenna Haaland and Trygve Haaland. Eddie Irish also won a blue ribbon on a pen of three white Plymouth pullets, a blue on a cockerel, a red on a pullet and a red on broHers. .A great deal of credit goes to the club leader, Robert Terp of Canyon road, and of course these boys and girls have to work hard to win the awards. Their reporter is Trygve Haaland. Sympathy Deepest sympathy goes to the family of Herbert Rouse who died Monday, Aug. 26, in a Tacoma hospital, aged 85. Surviving are his wife, Eliza; two sons, Clifton. and Robert; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Walter; a sister, Mrs. Hazzel Teal, and four grandsons. early days of the community. The family were active in the His father lived in the M. S. Rau home and Bert· lived in the LE 7-8391.

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Ftaully Speaking with Roh Frank Many young Parkland, J)eople his amateur career. Thes.e people a#d. ot\ler fight went to Lincoln High School during the first years of 1950 whel1 fans. in the P;trkl£l1'.d area h~v;e taken quite an interest..in the young Pat McMurtry was stal:'ti.llg fistic. fortunes oflrish Pat, TJ:iis week'.s column J:>ertains to McMurtry on this account. We'll take a look at the local football scene next week. McMurtry on the strength of an impressive knockout win over C.arl. (Bobo) Olson has vaulted into the seventh-ranked position in .the heavyweight division. On an .otherwise prefect record, Pat has one loss to Willie Pastrano and a draw with Bob Albright of Los Angeles. Eastern sportswriters covering the Patterson-Rademacher title. fight had one ear glued to first himd accounts of Pat's fighting ability. According to all reports these writers were much imp1·essed with the future possi-

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Thus the Olson win and the closeness of the Eastern fight writers to McMurtry's home· stomping grounds has definitely moved the McMurtry clan into the limelight. Eastern TV annou.n.cers have .. pronounced ...his 1?-apie as . "Mcl\1:urtie" for quite some time. Now for all intents and purposes the McMurtry name has reached· all corners of .the fight game. East.ern promoters have started to barter for his services. In the nea rfuture McMurtry may be seen in an Eastern ring or as far as London. In a year's time he could be near the top step FRANKLIN PIERCE JUNIOR CHAMPS-Pictured above are the Franklin Pierce baseballers who to the throne of Floyd Patterson. won the Ta~oma Junior baseball crown. In the front row, left to right are: Bobby Strand: Tom With the right fights and good L11msda11, Cal Goings, Jerry Larsen, Ricky Smidt, and Danny Larsen. In the. back row, from left to publicity relations work, the right are: Karl Str~nd, Ed Brannfors, Jerry Manley, Ken Southall, Jay Kinsley, John. Greco, Mike handsome Tacoman should be Jacox and. Coach Bud Galusha. On the team but not present were Dennis Lipke, Joe Mancuso, Gary able to land a championship Hornbuckle, and Gene Anderson. fight. McMurtry's fighting career locally has stirred up much con~ troversy ·between local fans. The RURAL argument stems frpm the fact The Franklin Pierce Cardinals GARBAGE that many think Pat can go all will open their 1957 football sea- Sept. 20, Puyallup, here; Sept. 27 the way and others guffaw his SERVICE son Sept. 13 against North at Renton; Oct. 4, Enumclaw, chances against any ·of the top Thurston at the latter's home here; Oct. 11 at Highline; Oct. Serving Parkland, Lakeboys like Machen, Harris and grounds. The first home game 18, Sumner, here; Oct. 25, bye; wood, Midland, Summit, others. · will be against rival Puyallup Nov. 1 at Kent-Meridian; Nov. ·3, Spanaway & Lakeview Auburn, here; and Nov. 15 at Only time will tell the outcome Sept. 30. County Permit of this controversy. But recent Clover Park. Like most high schools, the developments point the way of success. McMurtry's relaxed man- Cardinals ·opened drills on Labor DRIVE SAFELY nor in Portland coup.led with his Day on the home field. Coach Eldon Kyllo greeted the hopefuls willingness to bomb from the first round on were welcomed wh.o included several sophomores signs to his followers. They hope from the star studded freshman that these assets will become team of last year. SCHOOL TIME BICYCLE TIME The Cards will play nine games permanent. EXPERT REPAIRS - PARTS & ACCESSORIES · •.·Home of New "Schwinn" Bicycles The fight game needs a new this fall and the season will face like Pat. A dediclj.ted family end at Clover Park, Nov. 15. man and a former fighting Other opponents scheduled for Marine are all points in fa var the home contests besides Puyal11021 PACIFIC AVENUE LEnox 7-5772 of the Northwest pugilistic pride. lup include Sumner, Enumclaw, The pot at the end of the gold- and Auburn. The Schedule Follows: en rainbow is nearly in grasp of NOW IS THE TIME Sept. 13 at North Thurston; Tacoma's fighting Irishman. Have Your Baby's Shoes Bronzed Today Preserve forever .the memories of those tiny feet All Work Guarantee4; Free Pick-Up and Delivery

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McChord Sets Plane Meet McChord's annual model air· plane. meet will be held Sept. 15 at the air base. Trophies and merchandise will go to the winners. Starting time will be 12 noon. All military and their dependents are eligible to enter this erratic contest flying contest. Two other interesting events scheduled ·are balloon busting and planned flight.

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In The Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Pie1·ce. In Probate, No. 62;166 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VIOLA L. DURHAM, Dceeased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That in compliance with the order of Court heretofore enter· e<l in tho above entitled cause, tho undersigned Administratrix will on or after the· 10th day of Septer:1bcr 1957, .sell. 1;he following described i·cal estate located in Pierce County, Washington, to-wit: Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), Block One (1), COTTAGE HOME ADDITION TO THE CITY OF TACOMA PIERCE COUNTY, INGTON, according to plat recorded in Book 9 of Plats, at page 88, records of Pierce County Auditor; at private sale at Room 1107 Puget Sound Bank Building, Taco1na, Pierce Ccunty, V/ aShington. All bids for said real property

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REFRIGERATOR dan; 1952 FORD 2-door sedan; SALT shovcl.ing soldier went to both with automatic transmis- Siberia says sell, send shekels. sion. ANDERSON CHEVRON, Deluxe 9.1 Ft. 1957 Westing12c52 house; 53-lb. freezer, automatic defrost, shelves i.n doors, everything. Used 19 days, new guarante9. Conie see it--\vc'H discuss <lolfors an<l terms. PARK'llAY FlJifNI'I'1JRE, l41st 8z. Pacific Ave., Open till (), LE 73941. 15c52

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Presented weekly as a puhlir service by the Bargnin Basket SOUTH PAR!rnRSBlJP..G \V. VA. 2/l i'i/ii'l'-Thc rngged Lerra in of n1oon and the pol_µr caps oi' 1\lars ·are sights v;hieh a -south W. Virginia, wo;nnn enjoys,· thanks 1.o lwr aelivitic.s r ristronomcr using a telescope built hy her husband, 11n engineer. She is Mrs. J. C. Rotlrn·ell of South Parkorsbm·g, and Uw moon and Murs a~o by no lnrnns the only objects which she c.bserves in the sky.· Flying objects? She said she had been seeing flying objects a lohg time before the rqccnt flying object reports came into prominence. Thus with the magic carpet of " telescope shJ:' ·can "truvcl", mentally •. of com·se,· to regions shut cff to many. And she's be.Dn engaging in this interesting pastime for some 20 years. "Do you be.licve there is Jife on Mars? she was, asked. Hor answer was in the affirmative. ·"lt is unthinkable that our own little planet ( cadh) is the only one inhabitodi' was her reply. Du1·ing her 20 years as an observer of the .skies, Mrs. Rothwell says ~ho also has observed. objects which couldn't be put down either as nirplnncs or astronomical objects. This she said ·when asked what she thought almut the so-c'alled flying objects. She said she did not know what the unidentified objects me but she docs know that they exist and that in h<'r opinion they rcprescht "nmnifestatimis of intelligence of son1e kind." Scicmtists, sh0 suid, hn\'C kno,vn of the existr~nce oj such unidentHicd objects for hundreds of yoars, · M1·s. Rothwell was asked her . opinion of simce. 0 Spacc is infinite," she said. -"Of space there is no end." . ;!: .

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Novqmbcr 8, .1955, Salt Lake City, Utah. A \YOrmm witness a flying sauce1· that had red and green lights and- nlsci 1Hn~point_s_ of v~·hite lights. It \vavered jn the nir, -1noving from sick lo side; and· gh1dually got higher and moved to the south. Tlic fIO)-tsewifc, .who lives in the southw0st pmt of the city, said the light,; lay to the southeast of her home. "l we11.chcd lt for a]JDut an )1om· im!l finally woke up my husband, but he laughed at nu~ nnd said I \Vas_ sel~i11g a brigh~ St?ir," she_· continued. "J-Io\\'eVQl' I called Witchita .University the next day, and they said no pbnc-t

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Two Celebrate fw,lfftual Birthday

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spend the weekend with his parents 'and visit with his aunt. The Clover Creek P-TA Ways Mr .. and Mrs. Frank Jewell of Brinnin were visitors i!"l Elbe and Means chairmen, Mrs. Millard during the Labor Day holidays. Mead and Mrs. Charles Brezeau, are· planning a· rummage sale for Reporter - Mrs. Pearl Engel. a money raising project this ye~r, and would appreciate your saving all your saleable .articles fol' it, that. you otherwise plan to ~ toss away. No. date .has been .. set for-.. 'thiS rummage sale_ -as,.. Yet; mol-c information will' .be printed Arriving home the past week la.tor. In the me~ntime, let's all after 19 months of active duty start saving articles. for it. with the U .. S. Army in Korea. is New Son Richard Palo, son.of Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd Kast and Ray Engel, "rhose birthdays arc both on Aug. 30, celebrated the joint event last Thursday evening with a birthday· dinner at the home of · Ray Engel's mother. Those present were M:r: and Mrs. Floyd Kast, .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt, Mrs. Marshall and daughter Patricia, Carl Sailer and his sister Edith Young. !md, of course', Mr. Ben Palo of East 64th St. Richard and Mrs. Ray Engel and the host- will be stationed at Fort Lewis after his 30-day furlough. Newcomers Sick List New to .Elbe are Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Geise has been conWilliam M. Loop, who have rent- fined to his home with a leg ed the new house next to the infection after a siege of flu. ' little Lutheran church. Vacation In New Home Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Costantini Mr. and Mrs. Donald J:Qrkpat- are home again after having rick have moved into their new spent a pleasant two weeks va~ home and are busy getting set- cationing on Hoods Calan. Patti tled. It is a thrill to be living in and Lori accompanied them. a home of their own and neighc New Daughter hors and friends share their joy. The Mel Bradleys of Puyallup Trips, Visits have a new daughter, Debby, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kalles of joining brother Denny in the Puyallup and · Mr. and Mrs. home and welcomed by grandErnest Kalles of Wenatchee vis- parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Williams ited friends in Elbe this past and Mr. and ·Mrs. Bradley. week. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kirkpatrick LE 7-5210. took another weekend trip to Mt. Adams, taking with them their friend Henry ·Horn,, also their granddaughter Anita . and her Fait~ Assem?ly No: 145 Order companion, Katherine Rahier. of Rambow· Gn-Js will hold an Carl Sailer and his sister Edith election on September 9 at 7:30 Young of Auburn, Calif.,are en- p.m. at the . Fern Hill Masonic joying a ·peaceful vacation ·at Lodge. There will be a potluck their old home at Elbe. Mrs. dinner at 6:00 p.m. preceding Marshall- and daughter Patricia the meeting. Mrs. Anita Nelson, accompaniedthcm as far as Elbe, Mother Advisor, and Miss. Shirley being met here by Mrs. Mar- Roufs, Worthy Advisor, wm preshall's sister; who lives in Bt3ll- side. ingham, who took them to her home for a .nice visit. FARM FOR RENT 8 mil.es Mrs. Ray Wright of Yakima sotitheast of Eatonville; school was the guest of her sister, Alma bus by place; phone Eatonville Lambert, last week. Harry Lam- TE 2-3714 or write P. 0. B.ox bert of Seattle ,;as home to 398, Eatonville. 10c52

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