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THURSDAY, NOVF.MBEH 14, 1957

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Volume 13, No. 10

LEnox 7-02n

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Sll!mmit Playschool

Boosters Plan FoolbaU Banquet

There will be a meeting of the Su=it Co-operative Playschool mothers this (Thursday) evening at 8:00 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. L. Larsen Any mother interested in enrolling her child at the school, which is held every Tuesday and Wednesday morning at the Canyon Road Community hall, is invited to attend. Mrs. W ..C. 'Wheatley will assist in serving refreshments. For further information, please phone LE 7-6457.

The Franklin Pierce Hi-Boosters will be hoot for a banquet for the 1957 Franklin Pierce high school football team Nov. 18, at 6:30 p.m. All parents and other adults interested are invited to come. Tickets are $1.50, and will be available by calling the high school office, LE 7 -0211. Letters, Captain and inspirational awards will be presenied. John Heinrick, CPS coach, will be the main speaker. Musical numbers will also be a part of the program.

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Flying Saucer Scare Not Created Locally

NllW Christmas Club Members' Checks In Mail Christmas is coming early for the 14,000 Christmas Club members of National Bank of Washi;'lgton1 as ..the bar1k begins distribution of nearly $J.,500,000 in Christmas Club.checks this week, reprsscnting the amount saved by !hcmbci·s during the year, plus reg{1)ar bank interest. This is the largest ~D:lount .ever distributed by. the bank which pioneered .Christmas. Club in the state of Washington 18 years ago. . ,. fi{ .G. Swindland, Manager the. Parkland. Branch of Natio!l.al Bank. of Washington, states that checks fr.om L'1e PaTkland Branch wj]J be plri.ccd in the mail November' 15th, and that the dollar total. will .exceed $135,000. A pr12panderance of· this sum will 17~ do,ubt b~ spent in the Park1&n<l , area, benefiting all of our locaUncrchants. • Mr. S\vindland also comm.ex,ted that it '\\-as interesting tonote tha.t the average size of Chi:istm.as Clubs has sho"n a steady fu.~rease each year. While ·the unique . ·savings. plan was started · many years ago to encoi1rnge people to save from. 50c to $1.00·. a week tovrard Christmas/ it.·has also 'been happily adopted .by hundreds of people who saye as much as $500 or

Orthopedic Fruit Cakes Now Ready

'.l,"o bencfi t the Mary Bridge Hospital, Madrona Boy Scouts of Larchnio~t T;~p·· Gli.ild'.'<:Jf'·the Tacoma :Orthopedic 42 will hold a smorgasbord din- Association n;iembers, are now ner Friday, Nov. 15, from 5:00 to ready to sel'Ve their friends and 7:00 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal all others ip.terested, with their church, 96th and East B streets. famous fruit cakes. Roast tlli·key and baked salmon Each yea.r at this time these will highlight the menu. fine cakes so full of plump fruits Proceeds from the nominal do- and nuts are made from an old English recipe given to a chai·ter nations will be used to replace the member of the Guild by an elderfloor in the Scout building at ly lady who came from England. Larchmont school. The public is Madrona Guild has been makinvited. ing these cakes the past 10 years with ; the proceeds going to the Childrens'. Hospital. Tlfo members of the guild meet in w.rious groups for the making, To. Check Oil Prices the gift. wrapping and the selling Before Ordering of the· cakes, which are placed in Your Winter several con,:enient stores, and at the Orthopedic Mart in the lobby Oil Supply of the Winthrop Hotel. The cakes maY also be had ·by calling Mrs Frank Madden, SK 9-7689, or Mrs.. Howard Brines, BR 2-6960. The . cakes vary in size: One pound; one and a half; and two NO PUBLICITY STUNT - Ethan Nelson (center), owner of the Bargain Basket super mm-ket at Spanaway, assures Air Police S/Sgt. rounds. Robert Finch (left) and Airman Jack Dingus (right) that although the Bargain Basket sponso!"s Flying Saucer Reports each week in the Times Journal and is this week celebrating with a remodeling sale, he and his employees al·e in no way. responsible for the latest flying saucer scare now sweeping the country. What does.. Mr. BACHELOR:· A man that's found the ideal woman and Nelson really think of flying saucers? Why not stop in and ask him? · · -Photo by Mcl{ewen has found she was looking for tho ideal man!

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On F1:iday, Nov. 15, the Hal-vard .:Midland Pre-school will hold a bairn sale . beginning . at ll);OO a. I!l.· at th.e Puget Sou.nd Nati0 nal Bank locafod at 84t.h and· Pacifie avenue. 1\1'rs, .Richard La~sbn is•. the c'hairman. The in-oup eJfr tends an invitatiOn to all frie:nds and neighbors to come in ·an.cl buy home-made trcat.s.

Annual Games Event St. John of the Woods Parish is sponsoring the Annual Tm·kcy ''Evening of Games" Friday evening, Nov. 16, at 8:00 o'clock in the Midland Improvement club hall. Men of the ·parish arc .in cha:·ge of the games. The public is cordially invited.

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Everyone in the Tacoma area ls invited to share the open house at the East Side Boys' club, 614 East 641.h street. Sunday afternoon between 1:0 Oand 5:00 o'clock. Interested friends will meet the new director, Jack Richardson, the club president, Chet Delin, and also Tacoma's own Pat McMurtry if he can arrange to he present as he hopes.

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The Ciover Creek . P-TA will meet Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym. Mrs. Edwin BBtia will preside. A .report will be made on the Hallow-_.en Carnival and the Christmas program and children's treat will be discussed during the business meeting. The progra1+1 for the evening will consist of a panel discussion on TV programs fo~ children, also the.re will be a "Ge:t Acquainted Quiz game" and community singing. Hostesses for the evening will be the 7th Grade room mothers: Mrs. Wdlacc. Bagley, .Mrs. Merlin Southwell and Mrs.·.Virgil Rodius. Refreshments will be. served during the social .hour in the lunchrooms. Everyone is cordially. welcomed. .. Items for .the rununa:ge . sale may bo.b1•0 ught to this meeting.

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The Sons & Daug}iters of Norway will hold the Fall Festival in Normanna hall Friday and Saturday evenings. On Friday evening dinner will be at 5:30; on Saturday evening there will be a The . liank estimates that from smorgasbord starting at 5:00. 65% to 75')~ of the total Christ- There will be an evening of mas Club.cheeks ·now being dis- games for each day. .tributed will be spent for Christmas gifts, with the remaining amount being used for tax payments. insurance.premiums, down payin8llts on new .homes or ,Cars, and some of the funds finding their way back into regular ~sav­ ·Collins Grange will elect new i:rlgs accounts. officers at the regular meeting being held tonight, Nov. 14, at 8:00 o'dock. Officers who have held office three or more years feel it is time others took their places, All members are .urged to attend. AbNovember is. the. month the sent members may be elected to Jl;<'anldinPierce Hi-Boosters.have officec ~·7~ f()r their annual <m~n:ih<:'~ship . There \;rill be . no meeting the ci~1v.,,· under ·che able chalrm)ln~ 28t\1 df November; • a. fai.ppy ship of Dr .. and Mrs. Burton Ost- Thanksgiving is wished for all enson, The .purpose of this or- members. ganization is to make Franidin Piei·ce high .school a bigger and better educational center for the Faith Assembly, Ordei: of Rainstudents, the faculty and the bow for Girls, is launching its faculty and the community. Memhership consists of any person 21 annual candy sale for the yearly budget. With Joyce Walin' and years or over \vho rcsid~s \Vithin or is employed by tJ1e Franklin Patty King as co-chairmen, the Pierce school district or whose girls arc making a house-tochildren attend school in the house canvass with boxes of delicions '1ssorted chocolates. at a Franklin Pierce district. nominal price. The membership is 50 cents;

all of the money derived from CORRECTION -, In the item conmembership and fund raisin" projects is used for the Frankli~ r·crning the Nov. 8 meeting of Pierce high school. Clover Creek Post 118 Am3rican Legion and Auxiliary in last State school construction policy rveek's Ti_mes. Journal, the guest~ does not provide for cafeteria making an official visit were reequipment, scholarships, uniported as 5th District officials· forms, organized sports equipthey were the 4th J?istrict. lead~ · ment, and many other things. ers. For example, the matching funds provided for the children and cafeteria as a structural part of the school unit, but the equipment for it was not; this was the first of many projects t.he HiBoosters undertook and finished. Besides providing thehigh sd1ool kitchen with t11e best possible equipment, the Hi-Boosters worked on many other projects; 110111cly a portable P.A. system, the furnishing of two ko.chers' loilngcs, basketball and football bai.1qucts, financial aid in school elections, contributions to t11c school paper ai.1d annuals, donated $1,000 toward the band uniforms, furnished the football pal'kas and in addition each yea~ have given two scholarships of $125.00 each. The current pmject is the landscaping of the high school.

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stant's warning Friday night, James B. Atkins, Jr., 31year old Renton man, was killed on a country road near Roy in a ghastly car accident. He was a passeog~ In nn automobile driven by Ivan R. Robertson, 44, of Kent, which sideswiped the railing of a bridge, the terrific impact slicing away the entire right lilide of the car, leaving the shornoff parts impaled on the concrete bridge railing (lower left). Atkins was catapulted out e.nd · mangled between the car "1Dd brid,,."El. State Patrol Officer William Krotzer, who investigated the aecident, reports that Robertson was uninjured. Photo by McKewen.

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Tacoma.. "!'he nell:t rhonthly :ine?.ting of the- \'olks">age:h chtb \vill be on 'TLurntL.i;Y, l~O\'.. E.t 5e:~5 South Tnr,oTIE!. 1//ny nt 8:00 ji:L itL :Bu.sineS:S \\,111 ihchule 'the uieetion of ofiieers loY· 1D5[~ nt.td. tl12 co1n1)]t:,tion of pJuf1s fur the dub's first anniversary p:nty to be held later ti1is montb. The grnup, plan· ning· on invit.ing all ·volke\Yagen O\Yners oi' the To.corn.n area to thiS even( \Yill nominate a cornmittee to plan rcfreshnients, decol'ations find en:te1·ta}nment for this gala affair. G1·oundW01·k plrrns for the chtb's holiday season ~o~bl i"\'mts 1\'ill be started. A coffee hour will follow the ·bus_in~ss • D:1eeting. Mrs. Anhe Knightle:r, who is in charge of refreshments, vvill ,serve cake . Otto Bendel will i'\ssist by making coJfec.

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Officers a.T}d charter members of the Volkswagen club of Tacoma helt1 a special meeting Thursday, Nov. 7 at 5636 South Tacoma Vjay, at which time the group revised the. clubs by-laws and niad2 plans for the club's

The publ,ic)s CO:rdia),ly invited 1itded P{' its e~~)rn~y J,argei. p.ri,d to· s~e ihe ~:otk the AtLxilia.ty J:leti±iaMntly bP<ffl. eye!l ~it1s its htd dchl?. Mei:tbd~ cf the Ai.utu• 1reit:-r ~t?nsitive ~e:h.$e of ~ir12HJ iary are, asked to be t-.t the fii·e ~11~>iV$ it' td Bvi\~a r\U ·fuBaris of caphfre fat devised. hr'11at1:00 p. fn. P-TA A young Whiffle•f.lnipe reportThe Elk Plain P·TA wrn hol,\ ed to be momentarily stunned

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its -regnlar ti1&eth1:;t 1'-lov. 20 at ·8;00 p. m. in the Elk Plain grade sc:hool. Baby Shower A baby. shoWel' honoring Mrs. Bill I-bllrnon \\'as held Nov. 7 at ihe home of Mrs. Jack Smith. Mn. Ray Lnngrebe, sister of M.rs. Ii:all.mas, was the hc.stess. Those attending were Mesdames -Chestei- W1ight, ken Kuper, Jirh Sartain, Bill Wdght, Fz·ed Searnnn, Hulda 1{gV11nuugh, Charles Langrep(), Grirl Fritz, Geo1·ge Waun, lfoni•y Schmidt, Lloyd Langrebe nnd Lottie Yeager. R.ePotter-1'.tis, Eileen Schmidt,

The following building permits have been issued by Eeith F. Jones, Cmmty .Road Engineer Building Departimmt: A. A .. Clemens, · $6850 frame home, 13103 .Park Ave.; Ethan H. Nelson, (~1500 move home to property, 12902 A; Am. M. Manges, $2500 move home to prop., Rt. 1,

when flying into the fog horn on Destruction Island was seen as a . At a safe but respectful distance, the WhiffleSnipe hovers, gathE>ring the cast-off whiskersexcellent material to line their nests, located in the high fog banks that reach· in from the Paoific and. at times cover the Olympic peak9. While a determined effort has been made. b;,' the f.'o~est Officials fo capture a Wamj)U$ .Cat, their plans have .been t1nsuccessfill. The keen sight of the ·animal

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Box 331A, Spa:qaw11y; MtM~na­ inin.s Realt-;, $~9'} Cotiifu. bisplay, lO.J?O. ·P~c.iti.c 'J!..vr:,;· baP, }jtafl1r:e, $1:!;'.:100 it\;.tb.e hcd:t1e liOi Sortth i'."Hh; Pao. 'I'd & 'f2L, :(iOC>O rep1;nter Bldg., Grr:1.haID; J?ac .. t.ci. 1 ,\;:.. Te1., $700.0 t·epeater Bldi;./Roy; Hohm·t .J .. S::tltd·, $8000 ~1mo home, Rt. 2, Spanaway. ~· John ScoLL, $500 garage, "',.. 7, Box 1D3A, Sp:maway; H. E.' ,'adrm, -10;000 frnmc home, 7:~ So. ].3'1th; Robert Sdu·amech, ~$400 remodel garage, 10711 So. Sheri· dan; Wayne Robinson, 10i6 So. 11 Or.h; Alfred J. Milsten, $1500 adLln. to home, 8835 MclWiley; F1'ank Rearden, $600 .rnoye. home to prop., 810 South l32nd; WaltE>l' Duncan, $5500 ire.hie horae, W. of Canyon on Pipe Line; Steven Pease, $2500 remodel to home, 118HJ Clover Creek; Henry Berntsen, $7000 addn. to store, 315 Garfield. ·

Tme Wampus Cat, of sad lllien a.nd stealthy . movement,· i·oams the high peaks and Alpine meadows of the Olympic!;, leaving a most curious sign of his presence. In. the. early ·morning hours his dark .whiskers are shed, ~nd as the shade; of night fall, h.e discards the light whiskers that have. grown tl.u·u-ont the daylight hoi.li's.

fire men lo Hold Open House 18th . The Elk Plain Firemen's Auxiliary will hold an open house at the fae hall Nov. 18 at 8:00 p. m. Also at this time the "Hamp· e1· Full" will be given away.

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On Monday, Nov. 18, the Post and Auxiliary of Rodger Lunde VFW will honor all Gold Star Fathers in the Parkland area with a pot luck dinner. The Post extends an invitation to all Gold Star Fathers to come to this dinner. The American Legion Post and Auxiliary have also been invited. For information please call Post Commander Robert Surplus, LE 7-4701. The dinner is to be held at Sunshine hall in Park· land. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be a special meeting at the home of Mrs. A. T. Unkur, 122 East Violet Meadow, on Thursday, Nov. 14. The next regular meeting will be held at Sunshine hall Nov. 25. At that time Mrs. Ione Johnson will make her official visit to the Auxiliary; Mrs. Amila Karsh.will also be a guest at this meeting.

One more 4-H club has been added in the Waller Road area with the organization of a new rabbit club by Mr. and Mrs. Roy William. It is open to all boys of .10 years and older who live in the North End district of Waller road, East 48th to Pioneer. To create interest in the raising of rabbits as a project, Mr. and· Mrs. William took the boys to the recent Puyallup Valley Rabbit Breeders Association show to pick up helpful information. Roy 'William won 2nd place on his California buck in open competition. A name has not been officially chosen for the new club but officers were elected at the last !1\e<!ting, as follows: President, Djivid Spiering; vice president, Fn:mk Willmott; secretary, Lloyd rvTCS\vain; reporter, RaymoD:d miss was named Susan Marie. William. Other members are Charles McSwain. David William, Mrs. Roques was the recipient of Gerald· Perrin and Floyd Hughes. many lovely gifts at a shower held for her before the baby's Meetings are held the second and fourth Friday cvc:mings at 7:00 arrival by Mrs. George May and o'clock at the V/illiam home, Mrs. Charles Morgan at the home of Mrs. Andrew Carlson. 3730 East Ifoob Hill .road. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pederson New Grangers joined the ranks of the proud Jam.es Larson, Ronald Fogle and Jam.es Evans were among the new parents Nov. 1 v;hen their candidates initiated into the first child, Steven Richard was Wiiller Il.oad (\range at the Nov. born. meeting when the degree work . Hospital Notes put on by Ohop Grange. Little Mai·kHoward, son Mr. New Home and Mrs. Don Howard ofVickery Mr. and.Mrs. John Gr.aham and road spent five• days in Mary family !:i~tve moyed from their,, Bridge Childr<;m's hospital with former >.home at 53.17 Vickery pneumonia; he .is now home and mart t.o c t new residenctJ near _.improying .fast. 84th ~mdVicke:·y. We are happy~ . Mrs•. Harold Mieninger of East to still have them in the com-;'j62nd street underwent surgery innnity. ~~\in a Tacoma hospital recently Newcomers ~~and is now convalescing nicely at Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor o_ home. Vickery road welcomed a newi,~ Larry Geise, 11 years old, is d·a·u· g.hter Oct·. . 2. 4, A lovely show-1··•. '.' confinc.d to St. Jose~h's hospital .er was given for Mrs. Taylor atf~ where it was deterrmned that he the home oC Mrs. Kenneth Aar-@' had been a victim of polio a year haus'by a group of friends before~' ago, the affects only now becomtl1e blessed event. 'ing apparent. In the past few A baby girl arrived Oct. 25 fore, mon tbs Larry has developed a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roques, form-!' limp when walking, the muscle in e1· Vickery Road residents now~ the leg becoming more affected living on Cedar street. The littleil. as he grew in height. Now with , therapy treatments at the hospital it is hoped he will be back n his feet again in a short time. Spinsters The Waller Road Spinsters 4-H lub enjoyed a skating party Nov. CLEAN . The next meeting will be at .he home of the leader, Mrs. ·BURNING yers Wheeler. Refreshments for each meeting are planned by FIREJean Hand. PLACE Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, ,E 7-5210.

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Car Sickness, it was reported t;llis week, is that nauseated feeling you get each month when you got to ma!;;e the payment. his information courtesy of SUMMIT VIEW SERVICE, where most of your car';; ills can be ~ured with very little trouble. Tom Bailey, Jr., is the man to see, The address, Airport and Canyon Roads. Adv.

The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Summit Methodist church will hold a smorgasbord dinner in the church hall Saturday, Nov. 16, from 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. The menu features turkey, ham and "all the fixin's." The proceeds will go to a much needed building fund for the Sunday school room. Busy Stitchers The Busy Stitchers 4-H club met at the home of Mrs, Harry Holm and the following officers were elected: President, Linda Robbins; vice president, Barbara Tennent; secretary, Janice Aldrich; treasurer, Nimcy Scalph; reporter, Margaret Korsmo. The new leaders are Mrs. Harry Holm and Mrs. Martin Korsmo. Their project will be making petticoats. Lucky Clover 4-H A new 4-H club, Lucky Clover, recently organized in the Summit district with Mrs. Rave as leader. The project will be sewing. At the ffrst meeting, held Oct. 24 at Mrs. Rave's home, tho follovring officers were elected: President, Susan Ward; vice pi:esident, Linn Rave; secretary, Sandra Hagstrom; reporter Catherine Pruitt. Refreshments were served by Susan Ward. The Lucky Clover club will meet every Thursday after school. Busy Chb: The Summit Busy Chlx held their. first meeting of the. year on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the home of their leader, Mrs. Morton. The members elected new officers !\nd .worked ..013 theirc ;pr<>; jects. Elected. officers .. are: Bresidcnt, Judy Wenner, vice president, Joyce Buss; secretary, Barbara Carlson; treasurer, Carol Adams. New members are Barbara Kanzler, Carol Alexander, Sandra Moore, Noreen Houtz, Lindo Harrington and Janice Patterson. Joyce Morton gave an illustrated talk on cotton matorial. June Bug Garden Club Mrs. Arthur Bjork be hostess to the June Bug Garden club Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. with Mrs. John K. Fuller as co-hostess. Roll .call will be to bring or give an unusual idea for a Christmas gift. Following the business meeting there will be a demonstration on Chri.stmas swags by Mrs. Lester Goelz er. Sympathy Deepest sympathy of neighbors and friends goes to the family of Ike Evans of' 9706 East Taylor Way who passed away Friday in a local hospital at the age of 83. His parents homesteaded near Roy at what is now part of the Fort Lewis reservation and he lived there until 1904. Survi:ving are three danghters, including Mrs. Edward Jackson with whom he :i:nade his home. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glover of Ellensburg spent the weekend with Mr. Glover's mother, Mrs. Mae Bandy. Mr. and Mrs William Dowie of Pennsylvania avenue spent the weekend with relatives and friends at Vancouver, B. C. Reporter-Mrs. M. S. Rau, LE 7-8391.

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Tho vVeyerhaeUS!'r Ladies Aid had a dinner in 'new 'diiiirig room No;,,: 8. A large cro\~d attended tho school carnival. Saturday eyer\]ng and. a good iime had by all,

At the .ne:i;t 111eeting, Nov. 15, the G»ange will honor'the following 25~yriar ;me,;ibe1:s fl!lfl E>ach will be presentRd with a 25-year pin: Mrs. Alma),ind, Clifford Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Breckon and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ochfen. Woodland P-TA Woodli:md P-TA held monthly meeting Nov. 8. Mrs. Youngblood .of Edgewood spoke on the propp~ed. new Puyallup hospital. The P-TA voted to endorse the Package Lunch Prog1·ap::i which is new in the county. Tb.e .vvoodland k.itchen will be u~ed for ente1'tainmcmt only. The lunches will be foil wmpped and come from Puyallup; the .children will cat in their rooms. It will eliminate dish washing since paper pbtes .and plastio tableware will be used, . Mr. Laycock's 6th grade ropm won the P-TA membership ll.r~ve award and will receive $2 from the membership chairman to buy something Jor th.e room. Mr. Hoggatt's .·5th grade room won room count and will also receive $2 to buy · soiPething for the room. . There will be no December P-TA .mP.eting ap.d the January meetmg 'Yill b.e D'Y1's Nite. Homemakers Pierce County 'Gr<µlge. J;lqmeSam Carta, P11blicity' maker(i mad(' a t\:JUr of a Jocal mortuary Nov. 7. Those Pf!'sent from the .Frnitland Grange· were By S. Carta Ann Templin, Clare.Lovis, Helen The American Legion is urging Hejl, Maude Swalander, Nellie all local citizens to tak\' an active Williams and Margaret Mullins, The next Homemakers meetmg will be Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Gl'ange Supply in Tacoma. Spagh!'l:tl;i Dinne.r

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Part of the three-weeks stay R.epprter~Mr(i. J .. C. ,MuJ1ins, was spent visiting old towns,. the most interesting· olll h6me· seen being the. Vapgerl:>ilt m.a!l$~()n a.t TA Dads Sp.ons~r Newport. It has 40 rooms, 15 n 1. baths (all with four kinds of irancaKe water-hot and cold fresh water Elk Plain P-TA announces a and sea water J, fireplaces in in,ost .pancake ~upper Nov: 16, 5:30 to of the rooms, a dining room to 8:00 p.m. at the Elk ·Plain school, seat 400 guests and a ballroOJJ?. the affair to be sponsored by the covering almost half .an acre. The• P-TA dads. The nop.iinal donamusic room has crystal, chandel- tions will go for the year's P-TA iers, piano in different shades projects.· of mother of pearl.• and mal.ly Chet 'Bardwell, Elk Pls.m :prinstatues of great music write~s cipll1, is chairman 'with D'uane ·and leaders. ,Ml· w;aJls iire of Lopeda as co-chairman. Since marqje or wood panels, all help is need.e.d to ma.ke the affair handles of 18k gold. French arsuccess, anyone willing to as·· tisans were brought to America sist is asked to phone Mr. :Bardto build the mansion. well at the school, VI 7-7667, The Danforths aiso made a Saturday afternoon.' . tqur .rA Ne>w Y orkCity and :Wefit to the top of the Empjr,~ Sta~ building and the Stat.ue of Lih~rEdwill Ranger, $2000 ~ove ty. ' hpp.ie to prop., 10412 Golden GivThey visited J?ostqn .and ¢n· en Road; W. R. Dalin, $1100 joyed a delightful· dinner at 'roll frame home, Rt, 1, Box 146; EatHouse which has ·been serving onville; Wm. B. Smith, $944 adpeople since 1709. dn.to home, Rt. 3, Box 567; HilReporter - Mrs. William Dal- mer A. Delin,. $6950 frame home, by, LE 7-0163. 3331 So. 92nd.

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ion.'' Early Legionnaires, aware· of the high degi..e<J of illiteracy eyidenced during World War I, felt the need for a drama tic focusing of public attention upon the si::hools. They knew that the prep.ervation of our cherished American Freedomsarid Rights dep&nded 1l-POn an alert citizenry a11d that this alertness was i,..., direbt hjtio to th.e educ.ation of the .citiz.ens. So, in 1921, they initiated the idea of a week set asid.e onc.e a year to point up education and schools as a whole," he said. "During the first year, The American Legion found a read¥

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Sweet C1rut creamy and

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LE JUI SMILAX ...... Pressed from the very finest top q~~Uty H~w~ifoin fruit. smd imrti~dk1tely p~ck111:d t@ ass~u'e its fl~V·1'.r and freshr.1ess! Look at this Big Bear price!

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$8950 or will sacrifice equity for $1500 cash, or will lease for year or more. If you \vnnt a _nice modern home, and willing to do a little yard work, don't miss this one. 3 BEDROOM - PARKLAND A DANDY new one floor home. Hardwood floors, lots of cabin£ts, tiled bath with bath tub and shower, b"seboard heat, fireplace, large carport, wired for dryer. Quick possession. O:i.ly $10, 750 FHA. Call "Trndcr BBi" Black LEnox 7-5400 .o~ LEnox 7-3272

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Septic Tanks Cleaned SEPTIC TANKS & WATER Ll.NJ'.;S lNSTALLED R.ile) 0. a. ACKLEV Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN LE 7-4343 LE 7-'1882 LE 7 -3204. 3ctf I will •not be responsible for debts contracted by anyone PHYSIOTHERAPY treatments in anywhere; my signature reyour own home; day or night; quired in person; Edward BowLE 7-7254. 3ctf Serviced and Stored man, Rt. 1, .Box 228-A, SpanaWE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, ?ower Mowers A Specialty way. 1p10 level buildings; cabinet work, Free Pick-up & Delivery concrete work. Reasonable; PARKLAND LE 7-3550. 3ctf

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BRONZED BABY sHoEs - Tiny Tots Metalizing Co., P. 0. Box 323, Spanaway; LE 7-7922. 3ctf

BRICK WORK House level- OIL BILL TOO HIGH? Save ing and foundations, retaining money! Call :11-L\JOR OIL CO. 3ctf walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- LE 7 -3644. place and stone work. LE 7- STANLEY PRODUCTS Mrs. 4291. 3ctf Johnson, LE 7-4233. 3p10 --- ---AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; Hot Water Heating give your lawn a treat; JU 82111. 3ctf Residential and -~---

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9 a.in. - 6 p.m. Closed Sun. TOP SOIL Rich, black and rcnsonable. Screened and ground. Rt. 2, Box 958-B, Puyallup. TH 5-8372. 3ctf TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed rock, Utah coal; I,E 7 .. 3535 or , Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ctf

PLOWING, cliscing, rotovating and lawn work. D. R. Beeler, LE 7-4940. 3ctf

Ace Dirt Moving Co. Bulldozing - Ditching TOP SOIL - GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS and DRAIN FIELDS Phone TH 5-2452

. SMITH CABINET SHOP - REMODELING, carpenter work, hitchen cabinets; we stock and CUSTOM FIRE SCREENS; any style;. estimates without obligacut glass; 16309 South Park, Spanaway; L.E 7~7949. 3ctf tion. · 'I'hermolitc Glass. Franklin fireplaces, portable, attached to anv flue. FIREPLACE ~---LL 1:."- ..I A •• .a._ ..:lll~--1 ... -.-11.lU\lLlA .&..dU.U r'.LY"U VY.&. C SHOP, 6607 Sixth Ave.; SK 2USED PARTS 0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf Motors - Transmissions Tires - Batteries SCREENED TOP SOIL N" We Buy Junk.Cars rocks or roots. Crushed Rock, Drain Gravel, Fill Dirt and Also Custom Welding Screened Road Gravel that · by Joe's Welding packs. Hilltop G1·avel Co., 23rd 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. Sj:lli,I11'-wa~.,,_, LE 7-65~4 3ctf ~\,...Dl.'Cl.

Miscellaneous

POCH EL

SALISHAN Park; large GOV'T. HOUSJ:NG modern spaces, with carports & storage. rooms; rea~onable rates; For Sale To Be Moved Disti"ibuting Co. BULLDOZING - DITCHING con,vement shoppmg; Propane Framed To Standard Code Your Fuel Oil & Appliance GRAVEL - TOP SOIL - SEPTIC gas available; school. bus at TANKS • DRAIN FIELDS Dealer door; 1 mile south of Puyallup many already fixed up nicely 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup on Airport road; Phone Puyallup in your area. Your best buy 140th & Pacific LE 7-8624 TH 5-4200. . :t;Octf in rentals, home, or cottage Phone Puyallup TH l'i-2452 2 BR 25x31 delivel"ed at· $1800, Eirby vacuum FOR RENT - F~1rnl~h~ upper 3 BR 2 25K36 delivE>red at $200-(), FO?t SALE apartment, one or two bedrooms .. little higher on difficult moves clrnner, bright and shiny, only $39. GlS So. I. 15c10 401 South 116th. 10c10 good windows, doors, oak floors, HOitSES BOAHDED - Excellent plumbing, refrigerator, insulation !\.T'TENTION LADIES - For free cai'0. Box stalls, $40 per month Power mowers, studding - 2x4s on 16" FOR RENT including hay and. grain. Kenny House of Stuart Cosmetics, hand tools, .garden tools, spray 1x·1 .t&G subf!oors phcnc LE 7-4656, LE 7-0559, LE Dunlap. 1 mile west of Rocky gun3, sanders, plumbing tools, trusses -· 2x6s .on 24" 7-7439. ' 15cll Ridge Corner on Benston Roa.d. power tools, · etc. A tool ·fo):" Best Pro.iect Houses Being Sold 16c10 Housing· Sales Office TO '!'HOSE LIVING NEAR BY every· job. South End Plumbing E. Grandview, (Go out 4409 I have some Golden Delicious HORSE SHOEING - Dick 1forris, and Hardware. Phone LE 7-4100 apples at $2 per 35-lb. box, plus Rt. 3, Box 600, Tacoma. LJi!, 7•. lOctf Portland Ave. to 44th, left to Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. 50c deposit on box; Bowman, 1 6229. 16p:f0' 6. mi.le east on 176th, Spanaway. I I ph. GR 4-0111. Hours 9: to9ctt . .15p10

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Repair Service

• Wanted

Re~I

Estate

9

40 ACRE farm near Eatonville with good home which has 3 bedrooms and large attic space, large Jiving room, separate dining room and eating space in kitchen. Basement, furnace and laundry. $16,000.00 on terms. Jennie Grodvig, LE 78609 or LE 1-1210. BRAND NEW Duplex at 706 & 708 South 128th, near Pacific Lutheran College. Jennie Grod· · v:ig, LE 7-8609 or LE 1-1210. Jennie L. Grodvig

Parldand Realty Co. Insurance of All Kimls Notary Public Est. in Parkland Since 1941 LE 7-8609 Office l'I02 Garfield St., Parkland "Deal with the people who give you their personal attention."

We'll Make Them For You or. You Can Do It Yourself

Siegler heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Service, LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. 15ctt

G.A L 0 .RE! G&M Swap 'N Shop

Don Flowers

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1952 CHEVROLET hard top sports cou\)€; radio, heater, white walls; just had valve job; real clean.

15-ft. Glider Vacation Trailer. Sleeps four, good condition, $280. Call Eatonville TE 2-4556. 15p10

1~608

KILLING

PACIFIC A VENUE

POULTRY of all kinds 1

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J o~A ~~s! est 8031 Pioneer \Vay, Tacoma

FOR SALE -

Column

McKinley: Hill Realty

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PEARL ELE,CTRIC

CUSTOM

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ID

FOR SALE -

Colored refrigerators, guaranteed, $60; Duncan Phyfe dropleaf table, $19.50; 5-pc. Colonial poster bed set, $55; Full size electric range, $27 .50; Full size gas range, $68.50; 10-pc. Birch Colonial dinnctte set, as is, $50; New mattresses, $12.50 up; New six year crib mattress, $7.00; 6 year crib, $7.00; Davenports, end tables, rockers, oil stoves, i\'ood stove, trash burner, typewriters, hassocks, desks, linoleum.

PuyaH&1p Valley

Wanted

Residential & Commercial Wiring Elecfric Heating • light Fixtures Complete Line of Small Westinghouse Appliances B.Enox 1-3563

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Chevrolet

Drive Safely

Parldarad Hdwe. Across from Piggly Wiggly

FOR SALE -

BARGAINS

New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Tr11,cks Come to

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• • • Storm Window - Screen Combinations Are Now Available at .

Spe~ializing in Tacoma rural New and Used cars and trucks for Titus Motor Co. at 6th & Broadway. I invite you to cash in on the '57 Clean-up drive of new Fords. This week I have a 1938 26· passenger White Bus with full air. Ideal for a Sunday School bus .or mobile home fer $7i'i0; 1942 Chev. l lf2-ton truck with 40,000 original miles for $275; three 1955 Pick-ups, from $1195 to $129;3. Call me at MA 7-6171 or LE 7-7620. Adv.

This is Ycur

Chevrolet Slf!llesman

$250.00 DOWN FHA For The Best Deal SWAP 'N SHOP WHY RENT, when you can own Opposite Postoffice your home. This home is very PUYALLUP, WASH. clean inside and out, hardwood BR 2-0734 G&M floors, 2 good bedrooms, good TH 5-1766 • TH 5-13:52 built-ins and closets, oil furnace, f&X .. IT SHOP large utility room, fenced back yard, garage. Close to bus, FOR GOOD USED CARS, call school and stores. Call Ralph Anderson Chevron, Span.away, Open. Nil.cs and Sundays L. 7 -6465. 12ctf Decker, GR 4-9579. 4801 So. Yakima GR 2-2022 GI EQUITY 13~-Farm FULL basement, furnace, 3 bedrooms, Jiving roon1, dining roon1, EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, ki tchcn, good built-ins, all on by the bale, ton or truck load; :>P!'.:ClAL UltlJB.lt,::; CAY.ES-· Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann one floor, 3 1, 0 lots, 2 blocks to J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 15ctf bus. Equity $1400.00, 4% inter13ctf Bakery, est, or will sell FHA $250 down. Call Ralph Decker, GH 1-9579. FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, FOR SALE -- Child's used tri$25 per ton. Call evel1ings, LE cyele and \vagon; -very good 7-5972. 13ctf condition; each $5; 616 South 126ih. 15p10 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 BREED YOUR COW ARTIFICMember of Tacoma Real Estate IALLY to sires proved great. PARKLAND FURNITURE -New Bbard Washington Proved Sire Service. and used miscellaneous; Airport Member Multiple Listing Service George ·Lytle, technician, phone & Pacific Ave. Residenc.e phone 15ct! Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 7- LE 7-37 48. ·-;z;;s~~~;t;.-;~~;s~;~$~;;: 7417 before 9:00 a.m. 13ctf 5 LOTS, Mid.land ....... l:Z:i:i\l I STORKVH.lE ii LOTS, So. 107tli ...... 1250 : • 14 Work BABY SHOP .,. 5 ACRES, Collins Ro<!.d .. iHOO 1 · E.veryth1.·ng For Baby I GOOD CHILD CARE in my home, Including Parkland area. Licensed. LE 7Juvenile Furniture 3688 Hctf Bure©JM . 9618 Pac. Ave. LE 7-4664 12605 Pacific krn, LE 7-iliJOl WANTED - Reliable baby sitter for 3 children; O-Wl.1 transporta- UNTREATED Oregon grown wal· - - - -..... --=-=-""'...,_=~--"·="'?·""-='""·-=+r-='"-"<C' tion, or live in. Call evenings. nuts, new crop. Mrs. Whidden, 14ctf Llt"7-8860. LE 7-5152. 15cl0

H@me &. Farm

RURAL FO·R.D SALESMAN

Ace Dirt Moving Co.

Found

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Expert Tu\t Repair

• Automotive

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STAK'S SUPER SOIL SERV, ICE: 'l'ov soil, sandy loam, peat

Rough or Finished

• Lost

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TACOMA UPHOLSTERY LEnox 7-86:18 Special on reupholstering dav..... enport, chair, as low as $129 . Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; SEN.IOR GIRL - Wishes evening Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7baby sitting in Parkland area; 0327. 15ctf experienced; LE 7-4027. 14p10 FOR SALE Organ in excellent SEWING, alternations, mending, ironing; reasonable; quick serv- condition; 1 large wood circuice; LE 7 -5636. 14ctf lator; 1 all-steel bed for trailer_ 15cll TH 5-6931. ---- - - - - - - - - - - - - "?'R'P"""'S"WS ~ w ANTED WORK in or near Parkland. Waitress, grocery or clothing store. Also will do sewWE HAVE BAGS for all Airwaying or baby sitting. Mrs. Jane Sanitizors; special price on this Officer, 904 So. 113th St. 5p10 $120 vacuum cleaner of only $29 for fast sale; $5 monthly payI. :I•f ~ ments, free home demonstraSatisfaCtion Guaranteed tion; open till 9:00. UPTON Free Tube Testing ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., New low Pu-Bee Ofil FU 3-2551 . 15c10

A boy for spading ---garden on Saturday; LE 7-3168. CAN'T PAY balance of $49 due LOGS PURCHASED at Rainier 5c10 WASHING MACHINE PAI~TS Largest stock in town .. Repair- on P.ACKARD-BEJ~L TV because or Tacoma. For information call ing that pleases. BB's Washer of unemployment; take over $3 MA 7-2313, Tacoma. 15cll 6 & Service, 3727 So. G. GR .4-9409. each month and it's yours; open !'!l!!i&iW4lWWW m ifW!"ll!K'!f! llctf ti!! 9:00 p.m. UPTON ELECTRIC LOST - 4 months-old black and Earfo"s Ev~rgreens CO., 1148 Market St.; FU 3white collie pup, vicinity 130th Walter Earle 12 2551 15c10 and A streets; if seen, call LE 7 SHRUBS - PLANTING 5418. 6010 ELEC'l'HIC SINGEH portable sew58 FORDS & CHEVROLETS Rt. 3, Box 146, Tacoma Wholesale prices, 5% interest. ing machine; you pay $18.80 LEnox 7-6784 To Buy SMALLEY's MOTOHS, 10'110 repair bill and take it; 5440 So. Sign at East 112th & Vickery 15ctf M!Mlf1™1it,,Q™""2fu!l.{l&llifi1 Pacific Ave .. LE 7-4060 anytime, Tacoma Way. USED CAMERAS aftd photo evenings, Sunday. 12ctf LIKE NEW - Lightweight portequipment for resale. QUALITY JUDO OR JUJITSU LESSONS ' Children and adult classes. able sewing machine with 14 atPHOTO SERVICE, LE 7-7271, 9818 Pacific Ave. Mon. & Wed. evenings. 1714 tachments; used three or four Sctf Court E. WA 2-6363 15ctf times; you take over $27 balance; 5440 So. Tac. Way 15c10

·WANTED.~

'.·SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED L!ANYON ROAD GRAVEL & · · Contents hauled away. Don SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers ' Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR loaded or we haul; LE 7 -7586 2-7334. If no answer call. GR 3ctf 3ctf 2-9222. FOUNDATIONS, additions, reHOUSE MOVING · Leveling, modeling. Free estimates. Finfoundations; cement work; ancing, no down payment. free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf

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Johnny America will share his Christmas joy with children in Alaska and 80 foreign countries this .year, according to Mrs. Hazzard, manager of the Lakewood Parkway furniture branch of Montgomery Ward. 141st & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 The gift catalogs, it is reported, totaling millions of copies, were Open Till 9:00 p.m. they to be handled in one shipFO~ SALE Two fish tanks m:"nt, would require 12"1 fully with extras $15; NESCO roaster 1 d d il · with broiler $15; lady's western oa e ra way. cars to start the boots C-6 worn twice $8· floor catalogs on then" way to customfurna~e $25; large P~cifi~ bird ers for their Christmas ordering. cage with stand $12; Rt. 2, Box A 35", 36 power "Astronaut'', 229, Puyallup: TH 5-5474. 15pll a working model of the Mt. Palo[RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAM· m~r t;lescope, will delight ~oung MOND ORMN STUDIO, 9995 sc1ei;tists, amon~ th~ ~any items __, tendmg to a scientific trend as Par k Avenue, LE 7 ...0420 j rt:n:f1• • dence, LE 7-4051. i5ctf'. '-WeH as" e1ectromcally controlled toys. Costumes of popular early American heroes and heroines Midland answer a TV popularized demand Nursing Home of little folks. 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5895 For grown-ups, Mrs. Hazzard LICENSED NURSES ON promises many pages devoted to DUTY 24-HOURS A DAY holiday merchandise, jewelry, ' FOR SALE - 2 burner hotplate, perfumes, clothing accessories, ne.eds repair. Wood range with power tools and sports apparel. coils, .oven $10; National hot water tank, used, 30 gals., $5; WANT RELIABLE PARTY to take 1415 So. 104th; LE 7-3475. 15c10 over 25c each day meter pay~~ ments on EMERSON TV with a TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be- balance due of $39; must have ginning and advanced. Call Jim good job and A-1 credit to take Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf over with no down payment; - open till 9:00 p.m. UPTON WOMEN - Earn Christmas toy ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., gift.s; have TOY PARTY in your FU 3-2551. 15c10 home; call LE 7-6717. 15cl0 3(! Day Free Trial 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red•Line Foundation

• Horses - Equip: 16

c_:

If desired: We will furnish material and install it

FUEL - ' Mill wood, 2-cord load $16; fir~place wood, alder, maple, 2ccbrd l.oad $35; single co:rd $20;,0rting TW.3c5850, LE 1-0778. 4ctf

SPANA WAY

10

3ct! FOR RENT - Two apartments in the Parkland Centre building, 1 furnished, l unfurnished; phone 11 LE 1-0446. lOclO

fleRN HU..•lb g,;;

~ .. w II 823•1/2 Park ~ve.

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Oil or Gas!

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COMPLETE BEAUTY RERVICE

ll

• ·fully Automatic! e Single, Compact Unit 9 Rock Bottom Prices

1211 ..,. .,,,... 11 . . . ._

7~8015

}'OR SALE - Two contour lawn chnirs; 1niscc1lancous too1s; profession.al hair dryer;. 14002 So. J St., Lfl 7-7793. 15cl0

I

HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP.

LE 7-5514.

LE

serve you plus the benefits of multiple listing service. For action call ·

POWER MOWERS sharpened FOR RENT _; T1vo room furnand serviced; pick-up and de- ished apartment; clean, comlivery; Baldwin & Son, 947 fortable and compact; nice for Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ct! one person or couple; rental $60 including utilities; LE 7-5181, KITCHEN GABINETS. corner 751 South 110th. 10c10 Shehte.~, book casw; birch, fir or knotty pine: built to your CLEAN, private room. 414 East specifications; get the 'best fol ' 133rd St., Parkland. LE 7-6009. tess-"t'rey pric6 are the lowest. 10ctf

A.mm:CAN-$tattdav4

O·ffic:e Supplies DRAG SAW . . . . . . . . . $75.00 JLm.'ge Southern Oregon PINE CONES ........ 2/25c 162nd & PACIFIC ,!VENUE

LISTINGS WANTED

GR 2-7628 il314 McKinley Avenue

Top Comfort at New LowI Prices!

Goods

And

WE NEED LISTINGS in the South End. An active staff to

NEAT BEAUTY SHOP

A.UTO GLASS, Seat covers: UP' holstery & 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. !:lctf

Oil B!llrner Service

Sportill1~

3 BEDROOMS $9850.00 TAKE a look at this modernistic home. Large spacious rooms on a large lot across from Brookdale School. Low down ]Jayment. F.H.A. Call Mr. Harmon, LE 7-8638 or LE 7-6396.

PEARL ELECTRIC

0 LS 0 N

10, ont at 5 <:J81i< P'lr>ifif· Ave

11620 PACIFIC A VENUE

BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; ba~- 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7-5772 yard compost; sand; free esh· SEPTIC TANK mates, JU 8-2111. 3ctt FOUNDATIONS-New additions; CLEANING -----~---free estimates. financing; work guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf All makes of furnaces for sale; specializing in Williams OIL '0' GR 4-8900 MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water GR 2-7038 Free Estlmatff Installations.. SerVice; reasonGuaranteed Satisfaction l<'AS'f PHOTO Sb:RYICE In sble; 7f>5 South 108th, LE 7Emergency Service at 10:00 out at 5:00•. QUALITY 4045. 3ctf PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa· GEORGE PURDUE "-"" Plumbing, cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3cti LE 7-8568 Heating. New work, remodelSNAP ON TOOLS Johnny ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7.-4477. STORM SASH made .to order; Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox Mt. Hiway Cabinet Snop; VI 7- 1-0856. · 3ctf 7638. 3ctf

Home Wiring

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·,EAVE FILM at Quality Pho-co ~crvice for dt.~veloping. In a'i

RURAL REAL ESTATE

KEY

Par!dand Heating Co.

DIVORCED ·wIFE LEFT, husband wants someone to take over contract on SINGER walnut console sewing machine with only $29 left to pay; take ove1· $5 m:mthly payments and get free home demonstration. 0}1cn till 9;00. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c10

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Black and white

Riegler hP-at.er, like ne,v,. $50;

Dhone Puyallup TH 5-2588. 15c10 -----·--- ----- ---

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P ARELAN D FUftNITUHE -- New and used 1nisceJianeous; Airport & Pacific Ave. Residence phone

LE 7-3748.

15ctf

FOR SALE - 21" General Electric table model television, $55 .. See at 61.8 So. L 15c10 XMAS SPECIAL - Photos 8x10 $15.00 doz.; 5x7 $10.00 doz.; photo Xmas rnrds $1.75, $4.50 doz. Evening and Saturday apoointments. 841.1 So. Park Ave. Family Portrait Studio. 15ctf ---------ONE~

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EIRBY - Save over $100; hard to kl! from 1nw; have cut the price to only $50; free home demonstration, $5 monthly te1·101s: open till 9:00 p.m. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1H8 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15cl0 FOR. SALE·--- Baby fiafcty S·~rvcr in A..-1 1:t'n'-lit.ion, $20.00 or best

offer. LE 1-1008.

15c10

Reg ..

NOW

Englander. (30"x75" Foam Cushion, Latex Hair Bolsters)

Modern "Calypso" Sofa _............. 129.50

89.50

Flexsteel. 72", Seat, Full Foam Cushiuns

"Star of India" Sofa .................... 289.50

199.50

MoI1air Frieze Cover, Foam Cushions, Tufted Foran Bar.k

3-Pc. Curved Stanton Sectional .. 399.00

319.00

DuPont

Armless Divan, Fabko Lite ........ 89.50

65.00

Kenma,., Modern (Greco).

full Foam Reclining Cha.ir .,. ..... 139.50

109.50

94" Bumper End Sofa -········--······-139.50

109.50

Englander

Golden Nite Twin Bed

99.00

69.00

9x12 Rugs

45.00

29.95

9x1Z Fiber

24.50

18.75

Delcraft, Fibre, Wool,

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PER.FE CT IUDDrn GIFT - Hed and white baked en:omcl tables And

chr:ih~s;

't'ery stu;:dy; sacri..

fice at $5; LE 7-4269.

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TAP. ACROBATIC, BALLET and BATON classes; all ages; Mildred Keller; LE 7-7881. 15ctf

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Fashion F:orecash:

Forecasts; Shorter Hemlines This Season

F(1shion

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Thursday, November 14, 1957

a to):" of the edger); Leonfl Tur-

osik (sister - and in charge of the hardware department,); Marge Bortle (also a sister who shares the hardware division duties.) Paul Turosik, husband of Leona, is a planer-operator. One person you will find in the office who is not a claimant to the name is George Pyette, bookkeeper for this operation. Steve B11skett, Sr., the original fonnde1· of 'the bu~iinPss, began his logging cftl'eer in 1916 in the Klaber Valley, 16 miles south of Chehalis. In 19~~0 the farnily moved on to 'I1ncomn nnd settled on the present Portland Avenue site. The original 1930 building was replaced by the present structure in 1945. Until three years ago the mill equipment was enth:ely steam,

In Midland

Baskett .Lumber MUI

long-Ti1Tme landmarlc Ever longed to be ~ lo[rn;er? tion? Residents of this area don't order to achieve a good look at plete lumber operations in this

Or see one in opera-

have to travel far in o\1e of tlie moo;t comterritory.

Uniqu:, boc,-,us2 of its city lo- staff of the store and mill itself. cation, the Baskett Lumber ComIf one were to have roll call it pany spanning t\\'O city blocks at would go something like this: 99th and Portland Ave., is also OWNERS: Steve Baskett, Sr., . unique in. another respect. And Frank Baskett (also gcnol'lll manthat is that most of the people ager); George Baskett (delivery working there can answer to the division); and Charles Baskett name of Baskett or at least claim (operates the mill plane.) Then there are Steve, .Tr. (who relativity, from ttll~ general manage1· of the company through the runs the lwad-saw); John (aper-

you~n

be a

christmas ~ngel

New York, N.Y.-The look of the t.\vcnties is staging a strong revival in this season's fashion dc:crc:cs. \Vhilc tcrmonology such ns this, is highly 1·eminiscent of' the 14 cJ·a of flami.ng youth,'~ designs fro1n leading fashion houses ::i.re yet 1norc so. \T r:1·y big for the se!J.Son is the Clrnnel Lool:-known popularly as the "ease<ln or i 1 unfitted'' look. 'I'be name fa taken from this designer of Parisian styles, and 1nanifests itself in straight skirts fnlling just short of milady's knee-cap, and softly. draped overblouses. IIuge collars created in fur or self-fabric, low-waisted belt levels tmd dou bJecbreasted buttons continue the theme. Fabric \vise, t\~:eeds nnd sheer lined wogls lead the hit parade. ll~ contrast, and a rather blaring· one, me the evening clothes which seem to attempt to envelop all the femininity that is

when you give gifts to be found

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P1atter Chatter

the ideal gift

accessories

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By Mickey Hamlin

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Parkland

Big Bear Shopping Center

IUCH.ARD"S ANNUAL

FISH and CHIP PARTY 1

FRIDAY. For each order you buy at 70c & cmPS!

NOVEMB'E'R 15TH We give you ONE FREE order of our delicious FISH

RICHAR'DS 8201 Pacific Ave.

Tab Huntet·'s back. After an unusual absence from the recording scene, the young flick. star has resumed his disk career with two sides that have the big loot

tag. The most dangerous of the two is "I'm Alone Because I Love You." 'I'he flip is "Don't Let It .. . . 1 run. To. day, ·· .. elec. · ·. tric1ty .. s.upp .· . ies d all the necessary power ;:- a!', · · · · d m this p l ent Y o f i't.. is. requn e · · . type of busmess. . The mill is a study in complete processing of lumber, from the entry of the raw, freshly-hewn logs purchased on open market, to the final smoothed, dryed and seasoned lengths of wood. A drykiln (not generally considered standard equipment) is always in constant use, thereby insuring the ultimate in lumber drying process. During World War II and the subsequent Korean conflict, Basketts' cut lumber on a highpriority basis, involving such specifications as special sizes in wood for crates and over-seas shipments. Meanwhile they also managed to meet their local trade orders. Today, approximately one-half million feet of lumber is the usual stock inventory at the mill. The originator of all this, Steve Sr., is still very much in eviderice as the man who over-sees all machinery technicalities. Family-wise, the Basketts say with a grin, that there are real~ ly enough of them to constitute a baseball team - that is, if they had time. And to anyone making a tour of this progressive bu·siness, time would appear to be about the only thing in short supp\y at Baskett Lumber Co.

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By for the strongest disk in recent months for George Hamilton, IV, is his "Vlhy Don't They Understand." Hamilton, who has had three past successes, dcllvers this tune against excellent guitar a11d sh·ing backing. 'l'he flip side, "Even Tho," is a fair coin catcher, too.

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Children's Toys Each

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County Agents· ·News By Joseph Buhaly · Fa.rest products manufacturing p;..yrolis provide over one third ofthE! manuf,acturingjobs in the State of Washington; 34 per cent iS the exact figure for forest prod'llcts; .10 per cept cfor, food products; 47per cent for metals and cheznicals, ·and 9 per cent from other sources. The Seattle-First National Bank released the figures .recently in its "Annual Review. Summary .of Pacific Northwe!>t Industries;' Paychecks will continue coming t:.:. a major segment of our poptilation b.,ca.use of our· renewable resource, the ·forest. · Re~ ~ewable, however, does. not imply that our forests will continue to pro<luce bountiftil harvests futhout man's care and help. Substantial'. improvements are ne(Jded in fi;lrest. management on SDla.11 . . ownership$, if. we ' are . to maintain .m,aximum: production:. This is partie,ularly so ~ince sznall \Vo~land ·· ownership~ comprise half the private commercial forest lan4 in· Oregon arid Washington; "Ther!l is nn Place ;for. compl8.c~n~ in the Pacific 1,'l'ort.hwest wh.en ozi,ly _58 j:ler cent of . tli.e cl~ss 3 (small) oVinerships qualifi~ Jor_ 70 per ce[lt- anq. better ~· . ·stocking .roµowi):Jg · cutting'', stat.es the -. .Washington State Forest · Semce. · "Colleetively, these owners ) small) . have not t,akeIJ. adva,ntage .·.of. the gro~h p9tentifiL In fact lllany owners iiad conception or.wheth.er good.or·· p<:>0r·· practices, were· be~ mg.followed,'~. i;i.c\ds .·the .. U;nited States Forest Service, in it.s hulle~ titled '!Stii.an. Forest LandC:nv-ne!"Mips...,... Oregon and Wash" ingtx?l).." .· Fox:est industrier> contemplatiii.g movi11g .to the Northwest .evaluat!' the. potential fibre suppiy.. -4n.; aJ:iundant· supply .and _g9od:. managel!lent of our forest ia;nd~ would be an encoµraging faci;o:r for a forest ipdustry look" ing ·f<>r a. factory site. Thus .. g 00 d for~st, ll1i.megement. on all ecr.es ;vi!l).ii())',ease · Waslµngton's ·• payrolls' ;and ·. provide more dollars to..woodh1nd farmers.

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Mesdames Carlyle Jurgens, Raymond Frericks, Curt Parsons, Ralph Alexander, Ralph Mason, Orvill<;! Critchley, W. H. Greisbach, \Valter Cotten, Roy Norgan, 0. Omat, James Craig, John The Spanaway Baseball· team Newell, Phil Taylor and the honwill hold a benefit dance this or guest's aunt, Mrs. Arnold Saturday, .Nov. 16 at the Elk Sanders. Plain Grange hall. Jack Rankin, Tranks! business manager, and Bill FuesThe Spanaway P-TA wishes .to ton, sponsor, urge everyone to thank everyone who helped come out and have a good time. make the Fall Festival such a SUCCGSS, special thanks to John Preschool Spanaway Preschool will meet Critchley, Jr., who made all Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 8:00 p. signs for the various booths, etc. m. in the school lunchroom. An wscs interesting program is planned; The regular meeting of the also the results of the booth at Woman's Society of Christian the carnival will be discussed. Service of Spanaway Methodist church will be held Tuesday, Reception On Nov. 3 a wedding reception Nov. 19, the business session opwas held at the home of Mrs. ening at 7:30 p. m. During the Myrtle Brandfas for her son, program hour the book, "Christ, Charles R. Brandfas and his wife the Church and the .Race," will who returned from Germany re- be reviewed by Mrs. Dewane cently. Many beautiful and use- Lamka; devotions will be led by ful gifts were received by the Mrs. George Nafus. Hostesses for happy couple who are at present the coffee and fellowship hour staying with his mother. There will be Mrs. Orville Critchley ani'l were 50 in attendance to enjoy Mrs. Edward A Scearce. Reporter-Mrs. Oliver Omat,,. a happy afternoon. LE 7-6466. Grandmothers ' . ••

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Steve Schrader; sergea·nt-at-arms, Billy Victor; news reporter, Richar.d Henning. Meetings ·are held twice each month at the .home of the leader;. Mr. Mildon. · Ted .Mildon will Comple. te line of highest quality attend the Sears banquet as a blue ribbon garden winner. ~ tools for his workshop. See them Projects for the year arc: Billy ·.. . •. " . , . . Vi.~tor, rabbits; Jimmy 'Victor, ~ now. ·:N~~. ?flwe1:~ .• ~~osen for th.e chick<ms; Pille .Millica, poultry; ,~ c9ip1n,g Y;eai; bY, _Hilltop 4~H cI;ib Tommy Anderson, bees; Steve ~ :ar1': ,:Fre,s1dent, .J1;mmy .Freid; '\']Ce Schrader, poultry; Mike Nagel, )>re,m<l_ent, Steve Schr~der; secre. d1,1cks; Teddy Mildon, Junior tary, Te?1Y ~1'ld?n; treasurer, L.eader, po;,ltry, gardening; Pan··~ riy Mildon, Gard':'p; Jerry F~·ee, ·, . . ·.'·. .·· .. . popl.try, .garden; Richard Henmng, ;.j ·. ·• . & _A_D...,VE_<..... it_TI~s.Er\1EN'.T BIDS.·. catUe. . t.:m>~.;)'40.W~~.jl>).;)'Jl!>.~~-~l1¢'l~~~~. Sl'!Iiedibiqs .Wilibe recciyed by the U:11dersigned untU·8:00 p.m. cm the 'third day 'or December, !957, for the iReqtrired Trades contract ·for construc.tion of a Jup.ior F!igh School .. Building for 13¢th'et Spbool Dfutrict No. 403, Jc1ute N<i/1; Box 2.89-AB, Spa11a'Wll.~, Waslµr+gt,on. (WALGREEN AGENCY) · . Bids w-ill be. re.ceiv,,d at the bi,fj'2~ o(the Superintendent of Schools, :·High School Btrilding 'Route No. i, Spanaway, Washingloif· •m ·the event of mailing, ad~i-ess ·bids. td: Mr. Dewane E. La~a, Sup(olrintendent of Schools Bet.h<tl $chool .. District No. 403, 1 R<iHte; No. 1, Box 289-AB, Spanaway, .Washington. .. , yon tractors inust submit a sepa,rate . l>id on Architectural, Me.cilianic~,. or Electrical Trades 99ntra,ct and/or general,,contract GET ONE f.REE including . all . trades-Architectural, Mech.filiical and. Electrical. · WHILE STOCK LASTS! , flans, , specifications and conti·act dqcuments may be obtained b~ bidders at t]J.e office of Harry E~;.?qtesch, Architect, and F. EdFL ASH "'.,Ud Brown, Associ_ate, 504 Commerce J3ldg~, Everett, Washington.'··· · Each. prll:ile contractor will be allowed one set of drawiD,gs and t;pecificatiop.s upo11 deposits as fol]ows: ArchltQCtural $50.00, Mechanical $35.0o, Electrical $35:00.. ·. . ...... ' .... ' : . J>lan Holders who do not enter a· .bona fide bid, and who d~ not return ilninarkiid and U:nmutilatP<l plans .. ruid. specifications .at Let . us help you do lef3.st ten (10) days prior tq bid Better cameras are less exyour own finishing \:Jpe!tlng, will forfeit their . denow - Let us show pensive with a fine Leica En~s.its, .. AMitiol'lal sets of drawyou some of them! largei·. It also copies ings an<l specifications . may be photographs, makes .sccUred at the .cost of reproducduplicate slides, titles tion. Sub-contractors may also and has many other purtjiase sets of plans and. specuses. ifications at cost of· reproductiop. Such ~ets remain the pro" perty of .the Archi~t .and ·shall Dorothy Grey here turned. ··. EB.ch bid ·shall· be accompanied Colognes UNUSUAL ~y a certified .. check, cashier's check, or. bjd ,bondo n:)ade payable BOXED toB!lthelSchoo.J.Pistrict No. 403, Essence" CHRISTMAS !n i;,l.l an:)ottht not less. than 5% "Voltage TWO 1;_;YES ARE [>f . the 'bid, : .plus alterates. CARDS SchbQi· ..Board Pirector$ ·reserve Concenl:rote'' BETTER THAN ONE tHe right'.to waive any irifonnalSTQ.CK IS IN iti.,~ or ·U:rei1ulai'ities in• any bid "Night D:rums TO SEE YOUR li:i the bidding, and may reject SEE AND Concentrate" COLOR SLIDES any or aUbids. · . No.bidder mij.y withdraw his SELECT TRY THE Bl-LENS 35 Mmmm·Mmmm bid . after. .the hour set for the opening thereof oi· before award THEY'RE NICE! SLIDE VIEWER NO\V of -th~ cOi1ltiu.~i unlets:> Said awa~·d js delayed for 'a peri~d exceeding thirty ( 30) days. STORE OPEN BETHEL SCHOOL DISTRICT Daily N0.. 403 9 a,m. to 10 p.m. ROY C. :tTJXON Sundays Chairman of the Board 12:00. to 8:00 p.m. e P\fblishedii:i the Times-JoUl"nal pov: 7, 14,. ~:It lS57;

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Slate Finale For Bowl; Lose Homecoming TilH

Still trying to break a long losing streak, tho Pacific Luth. . . . eran Gladiators wbd up their for a second straight title. The 1957 season play with a SaturWillamette game was a striking. day night game against the Colexample of how disspirited the lege "of Puget Sound. The. 8 p.m. Loggers were after losing the battl.e will count both in the City crown to the Central Wildcats. and Evergreen Conference standings. One dra\vback fo~ the Lutes could T,he Lutes edged the Loggers be the possibility of a revengful 7-6 in the seasdn opener in SepLogger squ11d because of the tembcr but have not had too open,ing Joss of .the season. much success, since that time. It should be quite a donny- After wi'.111in~ ov~r the . UBC · . Thunderbirds m their second outbrook for the local collegiate fans ing of the fall, 'the Gladiators Saturday. The Lutes-Loggers al- have lost five straight and have ways put up an entertaining scored ;,rily three touchdowns in menu of football. the process. Influenza \ind kneeinjury to star fullback Tommy i<c • * . Gilmer were key factors in the Hats off to: Coach Ed Nieh.l and dismal record. his West Central League champ· The Loggers have not peen ions, the Bethel Braves, who rip- very much of. a success either. A ped through their confercn<:e op· 25-6 lose. to Central gave the ponents with the greatest of Wildcats an inside edge for the ease . . . The Huskies for their title· and the.~Loggers have suf·brilliant and convincing victory fc,ed a mental letdown ever over t...'ie Oregon Ducks ,Saturday since. Willamette crushed the id Portland. The CougarcHusky CPS forces 35-6 two weeks ago in battle Nov. 22 could be· quite a the Logger homecoming. · They tussle.. , . Gary Greeg,· Bethel's were idle iast week. ' sensational halfback, is aiining Homecoming was not very for 1000 yards Friday night bright at PLC either as the against Nort1* Thurston in the Whitworth College Pirates dropseason finale . . . Gary Moore ped the Lutes 19-7 Saturday after and Gary Gehrmann are making noon at Lincoln Bowl. The Lutes determined. bids for all Puget scored right at the end of the Sound League honors. Th.e two contest to avoid a shutout from Garys play for the Franklin the Spokane collegians. Gilmer Pierce Cardinals who play Cldver was the outstanding performer' Pa.rk Friday which will either for the Lutes as he carried for make or break their chances of 56 yards and booted the ball gaining all-conforcnce. twice for 47.5 yard averages. He also completed three passe<; out Drive · Sl,lfely • Snve A Life CERAMIC ·RE.At OLAY PIERCE QUARRY FREE ESTIMATES Kitchens - .Bathrooms - Etc.

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'With the West Central league crown already wrapped up, the Bethel Braves finish their season this Friday night on the home grounds with. the North Thurston Rams providing the opposition. 'l'he Rams are members of Central League and sport an outstanding record. Kickoff time is set for 7:30 p.m. · Bethel won the West Central crown last Thursday )'.lhen they ran over the Yelin Tornadoes 44-0 and scored their final conferencc vic~ory over Fife on Armistice Day in an afternoon grid struggle. The Ram-Braves game js a non-conference me8ting between the two schools. Coach Ed Niehl has been giving his team a much deserved

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weeks of training at Point Defiance first." J Lmk collections rnn into a bear market and the committee decided to. hold off for higher prices. All. Scouts are urged to hoard old iron and other metals in their l;ack yurds. "Vie '~on't ha vc the luck WIO hnd last year,'' reminded Trurnan Dccwn, "when we sold a 10-ton fly wheel fo1· $167.00, casl1 on the barrel head." The school board okayed the

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With beautiful. fi"'wei:s and thoughtfulness, Mends .an,d.:n.ejghhors. have lightened the loss io. the Truman .l'ames. Lo1;>n. fomily; Killed in flll acciden~ iU Alas.ks;, hie; funpi·fil took place. Qct, 28, nnd ht1 wus. bt1ried at, the l..ollg; mire Ccm<ctcry. Mr. Loan. was owner: of. the· Kodiak Tl'ansit. Co .. His wife, now in Alnska, will retmn to the. fam.ily home nt Bainbi:idge !stand. He, is siuvived by his mo,t.l;te~: M1:s. Claire E. Keene, of :J?ai;kfap~, a son Trumrm Ja.mes Loan, ..and ·a brother Kenneth Loan. All wish to express their tharilis for kind ness extended them. _ . _ alize how kh;i.d pQople cO,uJ.d tQal,lY be. We close. this o..ews .itfm with special than.ks to our fire department. Ga,rden Chth Mrs. Jack Johru;on will be. the gu<Jst speaker for the CanyoA Rolj.d Gar.den club meeting; Wednesday, Nov. 20, "Holiday Decorating" to be the IJ?.ain topic. Community Club Don't forget tonight is the regular meeting of the Canyon Road Community club at 8:00 o'clock with our guest speaker Attorney Leonard Sawyer discussing "Will3 and Preparation for the Future". Be .sure to <;ome and.• bring your nejghqors, both the:. old ones and the new ones..

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meeti11g. James Sales Prer<'>gular meeting. Nov. 20 ~ Centrn1 Avenue P· 'I'Aboard meeting. Harvard-Mid-. lnnd P-TA regular meeting. Nov. 21 .. --'- Collins P-TA, regular meeting. Parkland P-TA, rr;gular mr;eting, &:.00 µ.m. Parkland P~TA bonrd meeting, 7:00 p. m. Nov. 2() ~- HH3ooste1ii regular meeting. Collins TOTS board meeting. James Sales P-TA and Preschool board meetings com.· bined. Nov.. 27 ·Hm·v!lrd-Midland Preschool regular meeting. Thc1 regular meeting of the JLUnes Sales Preschool will be held Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 8:00 p. m. in the school auditorium, Mrs. ,Alan Satterlee presiding, The speaker for the. evening will be Dr. Beverly Mathus froi;n .Ameri· can Lake hospital, speaking ·on "Problem,s of the Preschool Child.'' Hostesses are: Mrs. Har• old Fallstrom:, chairman; Mrs. Burt Robi:;:on, Mrs. Al Jeaunell, Mrs. GBrald Myers .and Mrs. Howard· Schroclr.. The new Erookdale school will have .a "Enck to Scho?l Night," foJ· the i·egular P-TA meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 8:00 p.m. There will be n.. short busin.ess meeting · presided over by Mrs. Arthur Storlie. 'l'he parents wlll have the oppoi1;unity to meet wH.h the teachers in their rooms wh!'>re they will. discuss teaching methods. Hostesses will be the l.s.t ·grade room mothors. Central. Avenuo Preschool will meet.Tuesday, Nov. 19. Miss Bixby, County Librarian, ·will speak on "Selecting Books for Children." Harvard - Midhmd P-TA wilt have open house -0n Wednesday, Nov. 20, at tbe' Midland school. After. a sh.art business mooting the teachers .will. meet with the parents in their classrooms to demonstrate and discuss teaching teclmiques. On Thw·sday, Nov. 21, !lt 8:00 p,l:ll., the reg,~ar.Fm~H!:Ht of Collins P-TA be "f1E>ld, Mr. Robert Jufer . weslding. -It will foaturo Back to Sc~ool Night, fol~ lowed by the Social Hour. The Parklan.d .P·TA wilj have Open House of grades 1 through 6 as the regular meeting on Nov. 21, 11t 8:00 p.m., M1·s. August Stern, presiding. The Flag Sal~te will led by Mrs. A. T. Unkrur's group of Blue Biros, the Meadow faU'lrn. Mrs ..H. Bernsten will give the invocation. The school health nurse, Mrs. Edwin Freiter, will speak on "Your Child's Health, a Public Concc.rn." Mrs. Frances Johnson will direct a chorus of 8th grade girls in musical selections und a community sing. A

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Stationed in Alaska WIDTTIER, ALASKA (AHTNC) PFC Carl A. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs..James M. Clark, Route '1, Spana way, Vvash., recently arrived at the Port of Whittier, Alnska1 whore. he is now assigned as a supply clerk. Clark entered the Army in November 1956 and was last stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. He is a 1953 graduate of Bethel high school. socio] hour will complete the evening.

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. Thursday, .N O.V{)ml:HH~-l4r 19.57 The TIMES - JOU:{tNAL orchid corsages. Assisting at the reception at Ivans were Mesdames Phillip Fette, aunt of the bride; Martha Costello, aunt of the bridegroom; Frank Hall, Al Mathesen, Elmer The Midland Orthopedic Guild Suver, Norman Neill, Frank Grab, wishes to thank all those who Stephe-n i1forton, Frank Hidaka, helped in El.UY way to make a sue- Joseph Boyle, Louis Weir and the cess of the;;. annual turkey and Misses Louella Frost, Eileen Bu,etsalmon dinner. Specral mention tnes, Janet Boyne, Sue Murphy goes to the following sponsors: and Julie \V eir. Midland Auto Wrecking with an' For their wedding trip along apology to Mr. Larkin for acci- the Oregon coast, the bride wore dentally omitting his name and a coral knit suit with patent acbusiness from the Est posted in cessories, a black coat and a the hall; Midland Thriftway, wh.ite fur hat and white gloves. Midland Styling ·Salon, Highland A white orchid set off her, enFeed Company, Midland· Tavern, semble. The bride attended MidAllison Variety Store, Mara's land school, St. Leo's high school, Cafe, Baskett Lumber Co., Weir's Provid~nce Academy in 'Seattle, Hardware Co., Ted Baskett Mas- and the College· of Education in onry, Frank Gural's Shoe Repair, Great Fiills, Montana: The brideJo Powloski's Meat Market,· groom attended Bellarmine high Brouwer's Tavern, Gene's Mid- school and Seattle university. The land Drug Store, Clay Roley Jn- new home will be in Tacoma.' surance Company and the MidDelba 4-H Elects land Gas and Fuel. Members ol'the Delba 4-H club Thank~ also .go to the 4-H girls ·held their first meeting of the who helpe,d ·serve: Linda Lewis, new year at the home of Mr. and Nancy Ransler, ' Linda Stokes, Mrs. Robert ·Lewis, their leaders. Sandra McE!ioy, Donna , Hintz A new member, Donna Hintz of and Darlene Matilainen from the :9112 McKinley Avenue was inDelba 4-H Club; Janet Bqmbar- troduced. The evening's business dier, Jane Lawler, Nadine Plson, included the election of the folKathie Jones, Sally Hanson and lowing officers: President, Linda Donna Ayers of the Midland 4-H Lewis; vice president, Sandy Mc' Cloverbuds; and Marcella Law- Elroy; secretary, Connie McCue; ler, Joanne Ayers, Julie Johnson, reporter, Linda Stokes; historian, Nancy Bombardie~, Pat· Linter- Donna Hintz; telephone chairton Linda Martin, Corrie Miller man, Matilainer; recreation chairand Anita McElroy, from, the Mid- man, Nancy Hansler; fJag chairland 4-H Cloverettes. man nd song leader, Bonnie All of the Guild members Christel}sen. The girls decided to worked very hard on this worth- sell apple cider, which they make while project tinder the capable themselves. leadership of l\1rs. Francis HushAltar Society ek. The Altar Society of St .. John Fette-Gannon of ·the ·woods. Parish met for A former Midlandite, Miss Anne their November meeting, ·ThursMarie Fette, daughter of Mr. and, day the 7th, and the business Mrs. Joseph Fette, l;iecame the session was presided over by .the brid!'l of .John Francis Gannon, president, Mrs. Walter VailenJr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John cour. · Francis Gannon, in solemn doubli:' · Officers for the coming year ring rites at the Sacred •Heart were . chosen as follows: Presi-. church i.n Tacoma Saturday, Nov. dent, Mrs. Joe Walters; secre9. The Rev. Edward Nc;irris offici- tary, Mrs.. · George Rauh; treasurated at the ceremony. The bride- er, Mrs. Frances Simon; The vice was given in marriage J:>y· her president will be elected from the father. John Hagala sang "Ave Circle chain'nen .. The luncheon 11 Maria", Ave Verum" ,and Hon prece~ing. the, meeti.ng.wa.$ servThis. Day, Oh Beautiful Mother", ed by me~bers of. thE!. St. Ann accompanied on the organ by a:nd St. Theresa Circles. Circle Miss Marlene Wanchena. meetings listed for this month The bride wore a lace-over are Tuesday, November 12, St. taffeta wedding gown which_ was 1 Joan, 8:00 p.m. at home of M.rs. enhanced with a Sabrina neck- Russell Beals apd St. Cecelia, .8:00 line and bouffant skirt, her doub- p. m. at home of Mrs. Nicholas le circular veil caught to a Juliet Keller; Thursday, Novembe~ 14, cap of. pearls ·and lace. H<>r only St. Rita, 8:00 p.m. at home of jewelry was a gold cross belong- Mrs. John Piper and St. Elizaing to the bridegroom's grand- beth at home of Mrs. Richard mother which had been blessed Jensen; Monday, November 18, J;y His Holiness, Pope Pius. Her St. Theresa 8:00 p.in. at home of spray bouquet of stephanotis was Mrs. N. D. Johnson; Wednesday, centered with a white orchid and November 20, St. Ann> 8:00 p.m, a pearl rosary a gift from the at home of Mrs. Harry Budke bridegroom, was entwined in the and Our Lady of Perpetual Help bouquet. 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Times journal v 13 no 10 nov 14, 1957