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Colorful Theme For Bethe' Sr. BaH On Fria~ay "Odental Gardens" will be the theme for the Senior Ball to be held at Bethel high' school tomorrow (Friday) night, The event, lasting from 8:30 to 11 :30 o'clock, will be decorated in the oriental manner, including cherry blossoms and Japanese lanterns. Reigning over the annual event will be QueP.n Lila Covin and King C?J Christoph. Attendants in the Royal Court ate Grace McFadden. Ron Crocco, Connie Winters and V{alt Laycock The crowning of the l'i:ing and Queen will fa.ke place during intermission, when Terrance Brown· will perform the honors. General chairmen in charge of the. dance are Betty Byrd and Morris Bush. Chairmen. of the various other co~mittees are· Refre$hments, Gail- Gustafson; \\ " '. stage; Sandra Crooks; · refrcshnrnnt booth, Shirley, Snyder; invitations, Barbara · Bransteitter; programs, Lila Covin; publiCity, ,Joapne Chalk; I\ing (ln'c.L,g,q~en, Court, Maurice Holifield. Honored guests to. attend. the Ball are: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Platt; Mr. and Mrs. Rbbert Minnitti; Mr. ' and Mrs. Dewane Lantlrn; Mr. and .Mrs. Chet .. Bardwell and Mr. and Mrs. Tci·rance Brown. Music' will be provided by Ivy Cozart and his orchestra. Bonnie Modahl was in charge of secur-

Gary Vlebb ffome From NC11vy Resef'l?e Tour Of D111ty Gary D. Webb, son of Mr. and l\'Irs. Arthur J. Webb of 615 Violet ·Meadow, arrived home Monday night· from a t.wo-week Naval Reserve tour on the Philippine Sea, which combed the Pacific for possible survivors of the plane recently lost in the sea. Gary was in the boat which picked up the first body. After the Philippine Sea docked at Long Bl'ach Monday, Gary flew home. He is a graduate of Franklin Pierce high school, class of 1957, and will report for active duty in the Navy early next year; meanwhile marking lime by

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FIRST STEP,..:.;_ Gromili was· broken Saturday moming for the new Collins Community cliiirch, to be built .on Bingham road north of the: Collins school. The chureh \viii be non-.denominational. Shown abqve, left to right, are: Ernest Ripoli, chairman of the board of trustees; Walt~r Balmer, chah·man of the board of decons; Theodore J. Smith, pastor of _the church, and Clifl Riemerama, chairman of the building committee. Photo by McKewen

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Wednesday ~ Mashed potato and gravy, n1eat loaf, cranberries, green beans, bread and butter 5andwich, fruit, 1nilk. HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL

Menu ~or. Elementary Schools, November 25 - 27, 1957. Monday - Vegetable soup and crackers, egg salad sandwiches,' cheese sticks, brownie, milk. Tuesday - Spanish rice, celery sticks, wh;le wheat rolls,· whip' ped jello, milk.

Marine _Pis. Eugene G. WilIiams, son of JI.fr. and Mrs. P.O. \Villiams of Kapowsin, is attending a jet mechanics school at the Naval Air Station in Memphis.

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Monte Vista The Monte Vista Garden club will meet at Jho home of Mrs. Kenneth Pate on Thursday, Nov. "~l1, for a 12:710 hmchc011. Mrs. Harnld Peterson will be CO··hos-

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Thlll'sday, November 21, 1957 'l'he TIMES - JOURNAL

Summit News The Summit-Woodland-Collins Volunteer Fireman's Auxiliary will meet in fire hall No. 1, Canyon and Airport, Tuesday, Nov. 26, at 8:00 p.m. WSCS Grateful 'I'he Woman's Society of Christian Service wishes to thank all those who helped make the sm01·gasbord a big success, both, by their presence and their contri-

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County Agents News

By George Purcell Low cost ch,ildren' s summer camp, free college scholarships, free trips to Chicago, Washington, D.C., extra educational benefits, better ability to get along with other boys and girls and other people. Those are. some of the opportunities ayailable to butions. numerous 4-H'ers every year in Donors Thanked Pierce county, with no "Strings The Elmer G. Carlson Ortho- attached" except that the youngpedic Guild members wish to· sters do good 4-H work.for themthank the many friends who do- selves. If, for example, ;a boy has · natcd to the recent food sale a sheep prpject or elec1lrical projheld at the Summit Trading Co. ect and takes respon~ibility of market, also those who helped managing his flock, .demonstrates or patronized the sale. Mrs. how to blick and possibly she.ar Knutson .of East 44th rcceive.d his sheep or an «1$ctdicity projthe turkey award; the: electric ect member how to fix electrical frypan went to . Mrs. Minnie light switches in a home. If they Christen, mother of Mrs. Nor:nan gradually learn to take on more Johnson. All proc~eds wer~ g1ve.n responsibility as they continue to tlw Mary Bridge Cluldren s in 4-H, by perhaps h.elping the hospital in Tacoma. adults ,volunteer 4-H club leader Sympathy in the leadership responsibilities; Dccp8st sympathy from neigh-. if those boys and gir)s are inbors and friends .i11 extended to spired by their parents to be good the family of Everett A. Scharpf workers and citizens, then the who passed away Ffolay, Nov. 15, 4-H boys and girls have excellent al his home on McEachron road. chances for the top 4-H awards. He is survived by his wife, Ruth But too often parents pass the E.; three sons, David, Dale and buck about 4-H club leadership. Everett Jr.; his father, also of .This is not to say no parents coMcEachron road; two brothers, operate-m!l_ny do in many ways. Rodney of Parkland and Clyde But there is always a great lack of Buckley, and two sist11rs, Mi's.. of volunteer leaders. Many parLillian Younkers of Paulsbo and en ts say they are too busy to be Virginia of McEachron road. He leaders, ·apparently feeling that was a veteran of World War II the present leader has plenty of and a member of Fruitland time. Grange. He was a gradu,ate of Recent new leaders ·of newly Central Avenue school. The fam- ;.formed 4-H. clubs include Howard ily have lived on McEachroi+ Young of Edgewood,' Ray Wilfor about 33 years. Iiams of Waller road and Earl Reporter-Mrs. ,M. S. Rau, LE Hine5 of Gig Harbot. You know, 7-8391. · folks, looking · back over the years, it seems to. me· that the WOODLAND ••• ; busiest. people are the only ones who ever volunteer as 4-H leaders. I doubt their communities would accept them .if they were not busy people. Each year we have a small increase in number Fruitland Grange honored 25- of leaders, but with a moderate Year members ot. the regular increase we could have the 4-H meeting Friday evening, Nov. 15. opportunities spread to hundreds The charter was draped for the more urban as well as ~ural b~ys ]ate Everett Scharpf, a past and girls. Just as pomt of. Gi"'mge master and a member of formation, why don t you, righ this minute, phone us. .(Tacoma. Ll1e' d n·11 t earn. · Fulto11 3-3311) or write to us m Bl"rtl}(l ay Cbm·lcs Woolley, III, celebrated County Agents Office, Courthl•; ninth birthday Nov. 14 with house, Tacoma, ab.out 4-H. party at bis home on Collins ·rMd. His guests included Dennis Ward, Phillip Farcy, Tommy .Harber, Kenneth Cupp, David The following building permits Fors, Ovid Hensley, Dick Mc- have b.een issued by, Keith F. Cloud, Danny Woods and Rich- Jones, County Engineer, Building ard Hagen. Dcpartmen t: Neighborhood Club The W~odland Neighborhood Donald L. Vincent, $~50 a.ddn. dub met at Lhe. home of Mrs. to home, R.t.. l, Bax 291, Spana· Frank Wiggins on Thursday, Nov. 7. Present besides the hostess way; Cecil U. Elliott, $900 frame were M6sdames Oscar Swalander garage, 1208 So. 117th; Robert D. Bill Hern, W. M. Westman, J. JaI11:fsky, $9300 move home to Mullins, Walter Waller and Mrs. prop., 11566 So. L. Joseph Hebel, Waller's mother from Kent. The $200 barn, Rt. 1, Box 202, SpanaDecembcr meeting will be at the way; Home Gas Co., $3500 shed, hun{e of Mrs. J. C. Mullins. near Brookdale; Irving J. Clark, P-TA Carnival 110,000 frame home, Rt. 1, Box .The Woodland, P-TA carnival 22µ.-M, Spanaway. and dinner Saturday evening, Harold Beekman, $11,000 frame Nov .16, was a big success; the home, $13211 Ep.st "B"; Frank spaghetti dinner was served to Brown, $13,000 frame home, 767 195 people. Augusta Olen from So. 121st; Conrad Gropper, $12,AJ! Saints school in Puyallup was 000 4 ?plex, 1109 So. 116th; Wm. awarded the Angus steer by the ·wedel, $650 move home to prop., Evergreen 4-H and many other Rt. 1, Box 187-A, Roy; Mrs. F. prizes wei·e awarded. ·Dahlin, $11,000 frame home, 3520 Veteran Passes East 88th. Woodland residents mourn the death of Everett A. Scharpf, who passed awny suddenly Nov. 13 ' In the view of Sylvia ,Porter, at his home. He was a veteran of the business and financial an'alWo1·ld War JI and was a Fruit· yst, the overwhelming percentlnd Grange membe1-, having been age of American h9mes are a past master and a member of under-insured. She writes that a present Grange drill tear:i. Sur- home that was built fof$8,ooo in 1937 would cost $21,t)OO today, and that $38,000 house erect~d just before World Wm: II could Mo~e not be duplicated for under $100,500 now. An improvement job that could be done for $5,000 in 1946 would cost $7,600 at the present tim«.

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District School Calend.ar November 21 - Collih{P•TA, regular .. n}ee~ing. Parkland· P-T4, regular meeting 8:.00 p.m.; board meeting -7:00 p.m. November 26 - Colliµs TOTS. bonrd meeting, Jam~s Sales :P-TA and Preschool· · boar<l meetings combined .. Franklin Pie~ce E:H3o<lsters will have open hous(l Nov. ~§, at 8:00 p.m .. in t!J.ie hig!J. l:lchool cafeteria; Rey. Erling . Thompso11 will give the .invocation. A Girl Scout troop !roln Pqrltlancl '.vill presc!lt the colo;'S. ~ev .. Th(11nPs9n wm .1e1.1.d.~r1.comm.u11ityslng­ ing, f,. ~.liort bu~iness m~etin!l bel1eld. The• 5ocial. hqur · and~re~ freshments will close the µieeting.• 1Hn°v!ii·d-Mid1imd Prllsl)hool will ~1old tJ.ie re!lµl!J.r meeting Ql) Tues~ay, Nqv, ~!?. at Harvard/ sc}ipol at 8, •p,m. M:l;s. Pa~i+ Buff· tn!J.n p~esi~i,lig. • Mi·s. . De1ber.t Schafer will be insfulled as .the new secretary ru1~< ·Mr!>· L.ester Wolfe as the new 2nd. viqq riresident. A moyie, ''Skippy '}nd the Three R's", will b~ shown, Serving on ·the hospitajity i.;o~it­ tee will be the M:esdaJ1lei;; $. Seihl William H~rt, A. Zook and, Louis Weir. December 3 - Brookdale .P-TA board meeting. Central Ave11ue Preschool board meeting: Callins Tots reguliJ.r meeting: Parkland Preschool boar.d meeting. December 4 ...,,.. Pai:l>lartd Preschool and James Sales Preschool's Well Baby. Qllpi«. De'tember .5 - ·collins board. meeth1g.

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Elbe J~e,1s Columhia Crest school closed last v.reck as over 40 pc1·cent of the child1·2n "\Ver..:• jll vdth the Sick List Donrrld Kirkpatrick is home ngnin after a stn y. nt the IVInrton hospital for treatment of pneu:uonia. William Maze is still in the "='ierce county hospital. He has senL word by his son that he is '.7Cl'Y lonesome and vvould appre,,iate cards and letters from his "riends. Let us remember him while he is ill. He is 90 years 'ld and has been a resident of Blbe since 1902 when he came 'rom Michigan and located as a vvorker in the Cascade logging 'amp, Mr. Pringle, one of the tGacheYS at the Columbia Crest grade school, has been suffering \Vi th 1 badly cut hand. Infection set in, which has caused him much misery. Ne\v Grandchild Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Painter ceceiv.ed ; phone cnll last week from their daughter, Mt's. Pas'JUarella (Joyce l, in Pennsylvania stating that they arc grand9aren ts again as she a1:id her h usbnd· have a new dughter who is 1,velcomed by t1.vo-y-'ear-o1d son. Congratulations to the young couple-and the grandparents! ·visitors Mr.. and Mrs. Ray Kallcs of Puyallup ·were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Engel last week. Mrs. Ruth Lanphcrc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson cf Tomahawk, \Visconsin, are here for a visit. Former Resident Passes Daniel Burton Sachs, who has lived in Kelso for several years, was found dead in his hotel room last week. He, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Sachs, ea1:ly pioneers of this community and was nearly 57 years of age. Adam Sachs was a merchant and the postmaster for 25 years. His wife, the former Serena Marshall \Vas teacher in the Seattle schools and later taught during the Summer ·in Pleasant Valley while holding a down a claim. They were married at llbe in 1892. Reporter-Mrs. Pearl· E. Engel, Elbe. 4

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A<ll the Nov. 11 mrnting, th3 Elk Plain Grange elected Eik•en Schmidt as master. Other officers chosen are: Overseer, Paul Darling; lecturer, Nlt:1 Jasper; steward, John Farren; assistant steward, Bob Jasper; ch1<plain, Jessie Sartain; treasurer, Bob Wl'ight: secretary, Janice Draper, gate keeper, .Einar Brandt; Cen:.s, Adelaide Darling; Pomona, Ver· onica Wright; Flora, Thelma Blll'rington; lady assistant slc\ya1~ll 1 Beverly Darling; Home Economics ehnirman, Bessie Se:..:.man; three-year executive committee member, Henry Schmidt. There will be no meeting Nov. 28 because of Thanksgiving. B;.ike Sale The Elk Plain Preschool will hold a balm sale at Woody's Market Wednesday, Nov. 27, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Proceeds will be used to buy pre-school equipment. Mrs. Paul Darling is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Elaine Gould, who is recovering following a recent ·operation. Friends will be glad to learn that she is doing firie. Reporter - Mrs. Eileen Schmidt. VI 7-7638.

C©'Jrdi Pttirty The Eagles Auxiliary will hold a card party in the Eagles hall, South 13th and Fawcett in Tacoma, Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, at 8:00 o'clock. The ,game will be 500; the public is inv}tecl.


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3 ACRES CLOSE IN DANDY 2 ·bedrnom with large · living room, dining room, s;>acious kitchen with nook. Basement, lots. of outbuildings, very g:::od .soil. Lots of chicken equipment, $14,975. Terms. Mt. Black, LE 7-5440 or LE 7-3272. WILL BUILD TO SUIT YOUR LAND or ours. If you don't see what you want, let us bu.i!d it' for you. Get our prke and see some of the homes w·:o h'1·:~ built. FHA terms. Co.II Trader Bill, LE 7-·5-'.!·10 or LE 7-3272. LEnox 7-54,10 or LEnox 7-S~!n

Ti:iifngle's Famous Formula Feeds for Every Breed Cat - Dog - Calf -. Cow LOW DOWN FHA Horse - Rabbit - Sheep - Goat NEAR 64th & Pacific Avenue. Poultry - Turkey - Parnkeet Clean, 3 bedrooms, large liyj.ng Pigeon. room, di.ning room, kitchen '.-wirMinerals • Salt - Bone Meal ed for '220, auto. hot water, -· .Filter Disks - Kow Kare utility room, . concrete foundaBagBalm - Hay - Straw - Lime tion, garage. 2 lots. Priced for - Fe1·tilizer - Peat Moss - Lawn quick sale $5,500.00. Call Ralph . & Pastll!'e Seeds - W ariarin Ra Decker, GR 4-9579. Mouse, Rat & Mole Poison. FHA - EQUITY - TRADE Presto Logs - Sack Coal NEED ROOM? Four bedrooms, Insedticides ~ (Polysul) Dortwo and bath on first floor, ·2 mant Spray. up, 30 feet of living and dining COMPLETE LINE snace, full basement 26x48. PARKER PAINTS Trade equity in your two or 14660 Pacific Avenue three bedroom home as down LE 7-4888 payment, or buy FHA. Call Mr. I ' NeJ.son, GR 4-9579, or LE 7Work W a tited 14 0104. KB $2500.00 CASH SITUATION WANTED -'- Good 3 ROOM HOUSE. some furniture, child care in my home. Pa,-k-· 4 good lots, sewer, 2 blocks to land area. Licensed; LE 7-3688. bus. Call Ralph Decker; GR 4- . 14ctf 9579. . RA BABY SITTER Experienced, McKinley Hill R-ealty references. Call LE 7 •7224. 14c26 6311 McKinley Ave.' GR 4-9579 SE\VING, alternations, mending, Member of Tacoma Real Estate ironing; reasonable; quick servBoard ice; LE 7-5636. 14ctf Member Multiple Listing Service

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TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Special on reupholstering dav· Parkway .Furniture enport, chair, as low as $129. Davenos $19.00. Rocker, $29; l4lst & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 F1·ee estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7Open Till 9:00 p.m.. 0327. 15ctf Two fish tanks FOR SALE FOR SALE - Organ in excellent with extras $15; NESCO roaster condition; 1 large wood circu- with broiler $15; lady's western lator; 1 all-steel bed for trailer. boots, C-6, worn twice, $8; .floor TH 5-6931. 15c11 furnace $25; large Pacific bird cage with stand $12; Rt. 2, . Box 229, Puyallup: TH 5-5474. 15.pll ton; -----·--Each prime contractor will be [RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAM- allowed one set of drawings and MOND . ORCMN STUDIO, 9995 speeifications upon deposits as Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resi- follow's: Arch>tectural $50.00, dence, LE 7-4051. 15ctf. Mechanical $35.00, Electrical Satisfaction Guaranteed $35.00. · Free Tube Testing

SCREENED TOP SOIL No POWER MOWERS sharpened rocks or roots. Crushed Rock, and serviced; pick-up and deDrain Gravel, Fill Dirt and livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 Screened Road Gravel that Tacom.a Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf packs, Hilltop Gravel Co., .23rd Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. KITCHEN CABINETS, comer 3ctl shelve.~, book cases; birch, fiI or knortY pine; built to your specifications; get the best foI less-m\Y prices are the lowest HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, TOP SOIL 3ctf Riph, black and reasonable. I..E 7-5514. d BUILDING SITES at. Pear and • Miscellaneous 15 Screened and ground. Rt... 2, Box 111 Fruitland Ave. Near Woodl:md 958-B, Puyallup. TH 5"8372. 3ctf I = . . ·. . . II school. Code No. AAS 0~1 Ill ACREAGE SITES at Roe and LexSALIS HAN COMP E'l'E II ington in Steilacoom. Shown by GOV'T. HOUSING II . L · ~ appoh;ttment. Code No. AB2 For Sale To Be Moved II BEAUTY SERVICE 11 MOVE RIGHT IN. Furniture and E2371/z Park Ave. G,R 4-3177 = appl.iances ir;cluded for only Framed To Standard Code Your Fuel Oil & Appliance •-.,.,.. ............... ..,,,. .. ,..,. .............. ~ $7500. Very neat 2 bedroom inany already fixed up nicely Dealer SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re- home in Parkland. Fireplace. in your area. Your best buy place and repair work. 3 years Low down payment accepted. in. rentals, home, or cottage 14.-0th & Pacific LE 7-8624 to pay;" J1J 8-8734 _ GR 4-5114". Call B.c;b Anderson, LE 7-3894 2 BR 25x31 de.livered at $1800, 3ct! or LE 1 -8609. Code No. SB19 3 BR 2 25x36 d8livered at $2000, '\.TTENTION LADIES For free Jennie L. Grmlvig little higher on difficult moves House of Stuart Cosmetics, good windows, doors, oakfloors, phone LE 7-4656, LE 7-0559, LE plumbing, refrigerator, insulation 7-7439. 15cll studding - 2x4s on 16" Insurance of All Kimls lx4 t&G subfloors· THIS IS YOUR LUCKY DAY! One Notary Public trusses --,.. 2x6s on 24" only KIRBY, price cut to $29, $5 Est. .in Park land Since 1941 Best Project Houses Being Sold monthly tcrrr;s and free home LE 7-8609 Office Housing Sales Office demonstration; open. till 9:00. ~02 Garfield St., Parkland 4409 E. Grandview. (Go out UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 "Deal with the people who gi"e Portland Ave. to 44th, left Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c11 you their personal attention."' to Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. ph. GR 4-0111. Hours 9: to 6. LOGS PURCHASED at Rainie!' --·-· @ Rentals ELECTRIC SINGER portable sew- or TacomP.. For information· call 15c11 ing machine; you pay $18.80 MA 7-2313, Tacoma. WILLOWS Trailer Park; large repair bill and take it; 5440 So. Motors ~ · Trnnsmissions modern spaces, with carports & Tacoma Way. 15ctf Et11rle's Evergreens Tires - D~tteries storage roon1s; reasonable rates; ·-------··--------··-----We Buy Juuk Cars Walter Earle convenient shopping; Propane JUDO OR JUJITSU LESSONS Also Custom Welding SHRUBS - PLANTING gas available; school bus at Children and adult classes. by Joe's Welding door; 1 mile south of Puyallup Mon. & Vi"cd. evenings. 1714 Rt. 3; Box 146, Tacoma 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy on Airport road; Phone Puyallup Court E, WA 2-6363 15ctf LEnox 7-6784 . Spanaway LE 7-6534 TH 5-4200. lOctf Sign at East 112th & Vickery -------------SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES-Power mowers, 1Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann CUSTOM: FIRE SCREENS; any FOR RENT 15ctf FOR SALE ·_ Siegler heaters style; estimates without obliga- hand too1s, garden tools, spray Bakery. at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; tion. Thermolite Glass. Frank- gtmJ, sar.ders; plumbing tools, LE 7-0256;• 129th & Pacific Ave. lin fireplaces, :portable, attachpowr;r tools, etc. A tool for 15ctf ed to any flue. FIREPLACE every job. South. End Plumbing SHOP, 660.7 Sixth Ave.; SK 2- and Hardware. Phone LE 7-4100 BABY SHOP 0133; 10:00 to 6:00. 3ctf 10ctf Everything For Baby Including FOR RENT - Street level space FOUNDATIONS, additions, re· Juvenile Furniture in the Parkland Centre building modeling. Free estimates. Fin· LE 7-4664i suitable for small business \vith. 9618 Pac. Ave. ancing, no down payment. Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf FUEL - Mill wood, 2~cord load living qua1·ters in the back; $75; ELECTROLUX $16; fireplace wood, alder, LE 1-0446. POULTRY 10cll Here is a wonderful buy on a maple, 2-cord load $35; single fine cleaner; was returr;ied with WELL DRILLING qord $20; Orting TW 3-5850, IlE FOR R.ENT - Two rooni furnish1-0778. 4ctf ed apartment; clean, comfort· only $29 due; take over $5.00 Berkeley Pumps able and compact; nice for one monthly payments and.•get free FOR SALE Alder wood fo1· person or couple; rental $60.00, home demonstration; open till e JETS 9:00; UPTON ELECTRIC CO., fire'place, $15 cord; call LE '7- induding utilities; LE 7 ..5181, WA 2-.5801 411 SUBMERSIBLES 1148 Market. St., F U3-2551. 6789. 4ctf 751 South 110th. 10bl1 3031 Pioneea· Way, Tacoma e CENTRIFUGALS 15c11 -----E111 TURBINES FOR RENT Small fi:rnished LICENSED cmin CARE • Help house on Muck-Kapowsm road, cellcnt facilities. LE 7-4865. ' PARI'i:LAND FURNITURE- New Call LE 7-7281 $35; call VI 7 -2255. lOcll 15c14 and used miscellaneous; Airport RESPONSIBLE PERSON & Pacific Ave. Residc1ice phone M3le or female, from this area, FOR RENT - Upper duplex, unTacoma Pump & l:5ctf wanted to service .and collect furnished, $45 month including FOR SALE - Small electric tra. in LE 7-37·18. 15cll for automatic dispensers. No water; 9810 Pacific Ave. LE 7- with track; LE 7-6869. CORPORAL moved dnd returned selling. Age not essential. Cai', 4746. 10cll WANT EMPLOYED PERSON to PACKARD-BELL TV with only . 14619 PACIFIC AVENUE references, and $700.00. workmg Terms Trades take over contract on NORGE $49 due; assume 25c per day capi ta! necessary. 7 to 12 hours refrigerator; only $69 due at $5 payments on Meter Plan and it's weekly rrets to $300. monthly. 8 Repair Service I I STA.K'S SUPER SOIL SERV. each month; open till 9:00 p.m. yours. Open till 9:00. UPTON ICE: Tog soil, sandy loam. peat Possibility full time work. For "WASHING MACHINE PARTS UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 ELECTRIC CO., 114.8 Market St. fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7- local interview g1:c full , par- Largest stock in town. Repair- Mal'ket St., FU 3-2551. 15c11 15cll FU 3-2551. -------·· 8259. 3ctf ticulars, phone .. Wnte P. 0 .. Box ing that pleases. BB's 'Washer 67:!, Minneapolis, Mmn. 5pH Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-940.9. -------· llctf BRONZED BABY SHOES - Tiny .Tots Metalizing Co., P. 0. Box s~lesman 323, Spanaway; LE 7-7922. 3clf 12 USED. ·CAMERAS. and photo • Automotive OIL BILL TOO HIGH? Save equipment for resale. QUALITY money! Call MAJOR OIL CO. PHOTO SERVICE, LE 7-7271. 58 FORDS & CHEVROLETS -Wholes~.le prices, 5% i11terest. LE 7 -3644. 3ctf 9818 Pacific Ave. Set! SMALLEY's MOTORS, 10410 WANTED -- By private Pacific Ave., LE 7-4060 anytime, COMMERCIAL--- FARM 12ctf party; with or without build-. evenings, Sunday. - - .[NSTALLATIONS ings; near Parkland; LE 7-6764. FOR "ALE _ ''l? D l"n 8c11 ' ~· ' ~oc coupe, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - fair condition: sell or trade for CORNELL CASH for small Siegler heater, 15" tires; Par.kland Grill; LE 7Plumbing & Heating 3 to 5-room size; LE 7-5773. 9837. 12cll LE 7-7293 Sc~ FOR GOOD USED CARS, call -· r,, Anderson Chevron, Spanaway, . And PEAT SOIL foi· sale -- $1 yard, "If L. 7-6465. 12ctf you haul; RFD Box 144, Roy; phone Rey 291, Roy. 3ct£ FOR SALE-Rambler t:;110 house, I 3--Farm Column DRAG SAW ......... $75.00 1952 !JHEVROLET hard t-0p $3000 down, 30 ft. living toom, Retningtnn NoiscleGs BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn- firenlace, three bedroor>.1s, gu<?st. sports coupe; radio, hcatc1\ TYPEWRITER . . . . . . . $45.50 yard compost; sand; free esti- house v,ith pine-pa\meled beam- EASTERN WASHING TON HAY, white walls; just had valve mates, JU 8-2111. 3ctf ed 1·ccreation ,roo111; t'vo extra by the bale, ton or truck load; Will Take Trades J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 162nd & PACIF1C ft.i,VENUE jo~b; real clean. bedrooms. arbor. electl'ic barbe13ctf cue t.>ii, Parklarld. Ovxner goe5 New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks O\'crscas. Phm1c L 1-151'1. FOR SALE.,-Oat and clover hay, Used Cars & Trv.cks All makes of furnaces for 'sale; 10cl 1 $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE L,.,...,..,.,.,.;.~1; .• ~ .......... ;.,...·,xr;n;.,.~"" rnr. •()' ,._"II.TIT! !_ L---1 _ :._ __ .1 -.,--- l• Come to ,b J..JJ.,JJ.\,\,.T.J..Jn..l.'! J. t...:J.UJ.'>.t! ;::,,uu t..:ctU \, 7-5\l'l:&. 13cti MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water pay for SINGER electric portInstallations, Service; reasonBREED YOUR COW ARTIF!Cable; pay off $28 balance at $5 able; 755 South 108th, LE 7IALL Y to sires proved great. each rµonth. and get free honie 4045. . 3ctf Washington Proved Sire Service. demon'stration: open till 9:00. George Lytle, technician, phone UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 7IVlai'kel St., F'U 3-2551. ' 15cl1 13.ctf '1417 before 9 :00 a.m. FOR .·SALE B~1·6 Rototiller 5-133~ an.d. one full si;:;e Hohner accm-.ci. ion. Call GR 4-8377. 15c28

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DRESSMAKING, alterations; also room for rent; 8631 South Yak" ima, GR 4-.9764. 15cll FOR SALE - Blond coffee table and matching step tables·· $15 Chairman of the Board or $5 each; mouton lamb coat, ·· Published in the Times-Journal size 14-16, $18; also black fur jacket $10; all in good condition; Nov. 7, 14, 21, 1957. LE 1-0529. 15cll CLOVER CREEK • • FOR SALE - DeLaval Electric Separator, Junior No. 2. Call after 5 p.m., LE 7-7375. 15p11 LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service fo1· developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave.. 15ctf FLIGHT OFFICER shipped out; returned NECCHl portable sewing machine; Zig-Zag attachment, etc.; balance ·t.o· pay S47.50; 5440 ; South Tacoma Way. 15c26 FOR SALE -'Large gray cpholstered chair, comfortable, good condition, $15; LE 7-5321. 15c11

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FOR SALE - Electrolux vacuum cleaner with attachments; Gencml Electric heater; Simmons full-size bed and springs; twin stationary tubs; 2 lawn chairs: 15 feet galvanized fencing and metal posts; LE .1-0105 aftor 4:00 p.m. 15cl1 FOR SALE - Fane:,' pigeons, $2 a r>air; Rt. 3, Box 210, Puyallup Sibley Road). 15p11 UNTREATED Orego11-gro\~11 walnuts, new crop. Mrs. Whidden. LE 7 -8860. 15p11 __._

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The Clover Creek Garden club "ill meet at the home of Mrs. Barbara ·Gibbon 1919 East 99th St.. Tue5day evening, Nov. 26. The .speaker-teacher will be Mrs. Robert Dimmer who ·will demonstrate how tO use fancy ribbon and wrap packages differently. To Mink Show Ed Betts attended a mink show in New Westminister, B.C.; Nov. 10, 11,12. He won a beautiful cup and pair of vanity lamps, Visitors M1-: and Mrs. Omer Jr. ca111e from Seattle to visit his folks over the weekend. New Mastci· 'Robert · Vorak was elected rnast~r of the .Clover Creek Grange<at a meeting last week. The retiring master is S. I. CarlP.TA


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It's' C9ffee Concert t.lme again be ow· regular Hostess and at Franklin :Pierce high school. Guest luncheon. Your reporter This popular event will be held Friday evening, beginning at forgot that the meeting was a 8:00, in the school cafeteria. The week early, so just drop every·· band, choir, girls' glee· club and thing, get your neighbor and several small ensembles will tal{e come and have lunch with us. -part in the program of modern and semi-classical r.umbers. Johnson - Bacon The one-hour program will be Tl;te marriage 9f Carnie Lou direc.ted by Dorothy B. Malmin, Johnson, d11ughter · of Mr. and director ·of the . choir. and girl!'J' Mrs. Elmer. Johnson of Puyallup glee club, and Harley Christoph11nd .Wendell Patrick Bacon:, son erson, director of the 70-piew of Mr.· and Mrs. Jaul Bacon, was Cardinal band. solemnized las.t Saturday evening Ti{~ coffee part of the coffee in the trnity Center church. The concert comes at intermission time when mothers of the band members wil] serve coffee, donuts and cake.

Spanawa,y Rifle Clubs-Find Home Thanks to the generosity a1J.d understar1;ding of the Metrppolitan Park .Board, tile ewo Spana·· way• Rifle clubs have beeri prov.ided with.· s.uitable ·quarters for the future. '.l'lie Senior Rifle club will undertake the minor remodeling project necessary to convert the Boy Scout. hall to the needs of the clubs. The changes will not interfere. with. presen.t use of the hall. Sponsored by the Spanaway R\lcreation Committee, of which John Newell is chairrnan, the two rifle clhbs have been meeting at the school. The Junior Rifle club is open to young people frorn 12 to 18 years of age, the Senior club to all over 18. Ammunition is provided for the .Juniors thru arrangements with the Army. The formal organization of the Senior Rifle club will be held in the hall .Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock. John Newell and Annon W. May are in charge. The Hunter Safety training cou;'se being held at Spanaway, also sponsored by the. Recreation Committee, has proved very popular and capacity crowds have joined t,p.e classes. The second course is' now being completed; a .third. round is promised, the opening date to be announced.

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This year's double seal shows two faces reflected in Christmas tree balls: One is that of Santa . Claus, the other of a little girl. Dr. N . H . Dorn, osteopathic . , . . physician and surgeon, last week The belief that cuberculos1s 1s resumed his practice in the Ta- ··a: disease· of the past is just not coma area after an absence of 12 true, especially in Pierce county, years. Formerly ol Lakewood and according to Frank T. Walters, Tacoma, D1·. Dorn moved to Ell- county seal sale chairman. He ensburg where has has practiced . . . tor the past 12 years. cited these stat1st1cs: During World Wai· II Dr. Dorn, ·New cases discovered in the a major in the Air Force, was stit- county thus far in 1957 total 160; tioned at McChord Air Force compared to 55 found at this time Base. His new office. is at 11110 1 t p T . as. year. aci IC avenue. The. Health Department lists 60 known <tctive cases of TB in

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The. Pmkland American Legion Post and Auxiliary met at Sunshine .h;ll Nov. 14. The ·P._uxiliary :is pre>rJ...~u·i'ng for ·the filling of their,, annual Thanksgiving baskets to he given to 'nocdy fumiliss of the .co.n:1lnun~ ity. On Sundoy, Nov. 10. we s2rved <tS hostesses at Hospitality Hous'e at America,n Lake Veterans .hospital; ,.40 \}ozen cookies and 255 cups .of coffee .were. served io pati·2nts .and theii· ·guests. $inqe Christmas is only a short way -Off, the ladies of th2 Auxil·iary will help open a gift shop at America,n Lake hospital on

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make gifts and decorations. Hono!'ecl At Banquet Enjoying a. wonderful banqhet put on by the Sears Ro,;buck Company Snturday, Nov, 16, at Wellman's we1·e four blue ribbcn 1.vinne~s in last year~s inea] preparation contests from Midland, along with their leaders and pnrents. They were Janot Bombardier and,, her n1other, Ivirs. Albert Bombardier; Donna Ayers and her mother, Mrs. Floyd Ayers, and lcadei·, Mrs. Walter Corri, gan; Nndine Oben and her mother, :Mrs, Walter Olsen and Geor'gia Gemncll and hor mctl:er, 1\1rs. Frank Baskett. The girls aEto_ received a nice g~ft; • Cub Scouts Midland Cub Scout Pack 84 will hold their Pack meeting this Friday evening, at 8:00 in the

Capitol's clicking with the cash' catchers. That tongue twisting o;tntcmcnt aptly describes the ne'v releases f:i·o1n Capito] record c~nnpal1y this \VCek. 1 One 'or the most no La ble is Na i Kim Cole's "Just One of 'I'hosc T hi~o·s" which could be dcscl'ib' ed 'as" ''Love Is The 'l'\1il1g" with a slight beat. 'l'he lattor album of course is Nat's·,biggest seller to date. After mcmy long mcmths on the top parade of albums, it still re~ls comfortably in the ntimbe1· six spot.. ·.·· ' "Just One o'f Thos.e Things". is uncomparable, as is all of Cole's work. Beneath the attrac:ive . Half. Notes: "Oooo!,'' the new jacke,t, which is par fo1· ?apitol, Jackie G.leason long play, appears you'll find such sclect10n as to' be following, jn the footsteps "When Your Lover Has Gone'', 0 [ his current "Velvet Brass" . . . "Who's Sorry Now", "I Under- At prcsCnt "All The Way" is the stand' "The Song Is Ended r:nd -blg slde\:for -Frank Sinatra. The "These .foolish Things . Remmd f]i!J '"Chicago" j3 catching suffiMe Of You''. All are h11llad~ des-· Ci~nt a:e;je.y progn1ming, th~ugh. cribing the end of the ronwnce. Speakirig of Frank ~ and we; Cole has_-been ·on top for.;a1most l ,~/ei~e ·_:_ bis "A Jolly Chrjstmns" 18 yoarsv>During .-.that time _h_e has :is' ·eX.PGcted 'to 1y1ake itS mark on qecomc a living ··fradition. ill the thPsec1son's polls. Well, ,nJL Mr. rribsic _\vor1d. During th:o past Sin~1 ti'n ngain! TbiS tirn~ it's in year, 1'Tat has becom~ increasing- ··_tlie .;llei.'.v ' -Pnl Joey"· snt1t11_1tl'nck. ]y popular t1n~ f>l~anched o~_! into ·Pr.edi'c{~d sev€1'al \veeks back to the different inedia of entertair..:menL . Frfinfri({-boy ·[-i.rG:E:ir.n -1.JOvak and This year l;ias given Nat two Rfra -I-!~,~~\vorth. co11 kio\v sOinctop sellillg nlbtlms "Love"~s Th:~ tliiDg, ":t- ·f.bink Sinatrfl:'s getting T!\ing" and "This Is Na~ King l·iChr.< .-·-; ·June Ch1~isty's "Gon0 Cole"; a fabulously'successful ex-· ioFThe Day" shouldn't be abswt tended play, '_\4..round The fro1~ the shops too linff. If they 1·e V/orld"; -and ti.vo hit Singles, wise t}10y:11 stock th;s, the thiTd "With You On My Mind" and ·alhtJ,m f_o_-~i the not-so-rnisty }\,:Iis3 "Send For Me", the latter ol Christy•. , . Watch "Annie Get which may go over the million Your Gµn", the soundtrack from mark. Su;,day's TV e~trayagan~a, hit Cole has also established: himthe top spotlight in sales. The self as an acclaimed actor, he neW'. .production of the.old Berlin portrayed a soldier of the For- fa.voiite, 'starring,· Mary Ma1·tin eign Le'gion in °Chi~a. "Gate and and Joh11 Raitt, is sure to hit top has the title role in the forth- money again this 'time around. coming W. C. Handy biography. He also .has a weekly tel~\'.ision show and is tops with the club BY AN EXPERT cro\\·dS. Ten years from now when: they Iilm the Nat King Cole story, 1957 may gb down as the peak. point of his career. This ;iew package is bound to hit the top. Cole's recordings always sell and with his tremendous popularity "Just One Of Those '".I.1hings• 1 is simply destined to become one of the top selling albums in the nation.

i-\ll me1nbers ar·e urged to ga~h­ cr thdr gifts together and call Helen Jensen, rehnbilitation chailT.!:..an, (1R 4~39~57. A-lso i-emember jelly and jam fo1- the Old Soldiers 1-Iorno nt Orti~1g. · At. otu· lnst n1ceting it '\V3S voted to sponsor Gid Scout Troop No. 292. Bc\'crly Galbraith, juniol' activity chnirman, is thch· Icade!', The Auxiliary also voted to send, a gross of penci~s to B;:u·ne3 Veterans h.Ospital, Vancouver, \Vash.

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Olsen; vice-president; Jane L.awler' secretary, Janet Bombardier; tl'easurer, Kathie Jones; reporter and telephone chair1nan 1 Donna Ayers; recreation chairman, Sally Hanson. The cl~b voted in a new member, Gloria Meyers,, who will be health chairman. Mrs .Bomba;·dier ·will be the ·new leadei· of this club and will be assi.sted by Mrs. Walter Corrigan and the Misses Valeria Bombardier and .Marlene Corrigan as Junior Leaders, Beutiful gifts wsrc presented to Mrs, Frank Baskett, past leader or the Midland 4,H Cloverbuds and, lVIrs. 'Nalter Corrigan, past leader of the Midland 4-H Qlover chib. Other parents present were Mesdames Floyd Ayers, Walter Olsen, A Jfanson and Ralph Jones. Friendship. Club Mrs, Pete1· Teffre was hostEss to the Friendship club, Wedn,esday, Nov. 13. For November, the members sent money for a birthday party for one of the children at Rainier school anti in December they will donate money to buy stretch socks or T-shirts for the bigger boys, for Christmas gifts. Those· present were Mes· dames Donaid MacQuarrie, .Herbert Piper, Emil Nouguier, Floyd Jenssn, Fred Siehl, Clifford Tul-. ler, Larry Cleary, Fre.d Dimond, Allen Zook, Frank Couture a11d

Michael (Gloria Siehl) on the birth of their new arrival. a daughter, IiCbeCca --:S.ue Friday, Nov.. 15. Becky is also \Vel~omed by her brotllb1\ Michael, and grondparents, r1'1r. and Mrti. Fred Siehl. Achievement Day Of special interest ,to all 4-A members is the Annual County Achievement Day to be held this year ot the Sumner school gymnasium; Saturday~ Nov. 23, from 1:00 to 3:00, p.m; Anyone interested in 4-H is welcome to attend. Reporter-'.Marlene Corrigan LE 7-8545. 1

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Lawrence Howard is the threeyear executive member and Mrs. R. C. (Orpha) Geise the Home Economics chairman. Mrs. Alven (Gerene) Ferch was appointed piano player. 4-H Girls Elect The Wall~r Road 4-H Girls, with Mrs. Gilbert Carlson and Mrs. Peter Hulscher as leaders,

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J;;;;~ , ~i~ct~d the -i~if~;i;g- to serve as officers· for ,tlle coming year: President, J(Jlaudette Baker; vice president, Joyce Notton; secretary, Jeanne Hulscher; report· er, Jeanne Hulscher, Other mem-. hers are Linda Rahn, Janet Knutson, Virginia Notton, Lyla Hanson, Kathy and Dorothy Kapovich, Sandra Larkin, Susan Farley, Effie Clark, Karlene and Karen Peters, Donna Abbott and Judy Scarim. Meal Preparation is the project chosen by all of tho girls for the coming year. Susan Farley, Community Service chairman, will choose her own committee. Girls from the club, with their mothers as guests, who attended the Sears Blue Ribbon Award luncheon at Wellman's were Lyla and Mrs. Hanson, Jeanne and Mrs. Hulscher, Sandra and Mrs. Larkin, Joyce and Mrs. Notton;. Mrs. Carlson also attended. The girls will participate in sponsoring a Christmas party for all 4-H members from all the clubs of .the Waller Road· area. The date has been set as Dec. 21. Friendship Club Four members of a Friendship club organized many years, ago and ..disbanded, when•· some 'mem-.:. hers moved away and other passed away, decide.d .to get together once a month to talk over old times and go over scrapbooks that have been kept throughout the years. Meeting at the home of Mrs. E. Ricqart in Puyallup last' week were :Mrs. H. Gustafson, Mrs. George May and Mrs. Gilbert Carlson. Mrs. May, having kept' the most.complete scrapbook shared the interesting Plc· tures and items with the others. Correction Mrs. Arthur 'Weston's name was ommitted from the list of those collecting for United Good Neighbor funds in 01lr area. Thanks, Mrs. Weston. Auxiliary Mrs. Charles .Sienkiewich en· tertained the Waller Road Grange Auxiliary at her home last Thursday. Due to the many cases of flue and colds, the attendance was small . Many Present A good turn-out of parents and friends enjoyed . the ''Back to , School" last Tuesday evening before the regular P-TA meeting. Reporter-Mrs. Verne Fogle, L,E 7-5210.

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M.idil:JJimd Bea!i.!!tYJJ St\llon . .The Midland Beauty Salon at 99th and Portland A \'e has recontly boon pu:'chased by Edith I.ayport, al;l experienced operator with fifteen years of beauty expei'iencc with pei·mnncnts, both machine ai1d cold wave, 011 of hei· specialties. Mrs. Layport operated her own shOJ) in Tacoma before coming to Tu!.idland.

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Midland atlus .thebusmtess a.g: of 12. hr.s onHePortSt;'.·vivm~ two fires and two land Ave. for the past IC> vears. is the record of the • Midland Hardware Co. owned ,and operated by .Ralph frall. All four o.f these disasters have. occured s1~cc 1955. As a consequence, the Midland Hardware has been remodeled .and rebuilt as well as completely re-stocked thereby creating a completely modern, fully-equipped hard\vure stol'e in ope1 atod

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(YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS IN 3 LINES ON YOUR OWN RUBBER STAMP)

A. personalized rubber stamp can be used in hundreds of way . . . to personalize letters, envelopes, checks and cards. Use it to identify and protect against l:oss on your school and library books, phonograph records, sheet r,11usic, sports equipment and other treasured! possessions

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CLAY ROLEY. AGENCY

Alexa11der Gro11:ery

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Alex:mder rcsun1ed o'\vncrship nnd operation Active Jn eivic as \Vell ns busiof Alex::inCL•r's I\ifarket •. locn.tcd nt 8:'1th nhd :Portland avenue, l¥\:O ness nffnirs i;i Mr. Clay Holey of ago nftc:r n bd~f nhscncc~. the Rol<'Y Agency at' ~l9Lh and is :1 scr'.rice .sL:.lion opcr~ Portbnd. Secrntary of the Mid-· nLuJ in connL~ction -..v.itb thi.s eun1- 1r·.11cl Business Club, ·]\.fr .. Roley is pletc srnnl1 grocc'ry, \\·hich lnakes a very cc.'Jnvenient a1T3nf~c1nel1t also secretary nud directer of the for Uw customc:i·s. Mr. and :Mrs. Southeast Tacoma Mutual Water r'\!ex:uH.ler also br.ve their resi~ Co. He is n Past-president of the dcric(:. at ·the san1JJ localion. Parkland Eiwanis Club as well. '!' ::• :!: His son, Les. associatGd in business, Yl-'ith his· Sather in the insurALL~SON'S ance and real-estate agency, is VARHtiY STORE Si;c, of the Midlnnd Voluntce1· A.H.ison s Variut.y Store rrt 99th Fire Dept. and Hn active member nnd Portland \Vas nurchascd three of the Midland BusinC'ss Club. by Mrs: Vidor Allison. BothMl'. nnd Mrs. Roley Sr., and ;(~ vnrir:'ty store) '\V:ith cn1vhu.sis on clothing for Mi·. and Jl.1rs. Roley Jr. nre resientire~ l'l.unll.y, ihc store nlso dents of Midland. ,.. * ·off.:_~rs :rnnny attractive buys. in numerous other Jines. 1ir. and JVIrs. Allison and th,:;l.r five children reside at Midhmd. Mr. C. M. Jenne established :to -'!• the l:Vfojor Oil Co. on Portland Ave. ebvcn· years ago. Originally AVENUff! -M~A,TS Major Oil wa3 housod in another One of the ne\Vt.•st businesses structu:i·e not far from the prerJong Port.Jand .l\.venue in terrns SQnt site of the new building into of lime is A\·cnue Meats. Operi1t'\vh1ch 1\lfr .•Jci:inc movc:d the oped by Mrs. Francis Dai1cy and her eration 2 ~"2 'years ago. The mafather, Mr. Red Shrmler, th(, Avejority ,of the company business nue Meats building was completed is in Tacoma ano;l adjacent terriand opened five months ago at tory. 8201 PMtlnnd. The most recent * * * addition to the business are 96 Evergreen C'®ai1fU'S ne\v "room-temp" lockers. :!= * :~: 24-hour se'!'vice and pick-up and delivery are features of the UNDSTROM'S Evergreei] Cleaners at 72nd and Portland Avf:). Marshall Wescott, Combining carpeting, home opened the shop after 12 years furnishings and qJpliances is the of . exporience in the cleaning keynote at Lindstl'Om's, 8021 bu~iness ii1 Tacoma. The WesPorUand Ave. Owned and oper- cotis and their 3 children live ded by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lind- in the area. * :]: * '.'L1·om, the business began 9 years ago in the Colonial strucLEA'S ture that houses it. A special secFifteen years ~f creamery extion of Lindstrom's is lhe Maple perience is behind the homc-

t\re, the prouJ. parents of a haby jffi:f, bo'iii 1~5~;;;';14 T1~0 62·othei·,;,

corhmittee.

... R.. Par- 'Jiht and Dt:1\1id, i~na n siStci·~ Kathy, W<,komc; the" new baby s~ns .el'.joyed welcoming home all into the home. :nrn1bers <;f thffr LCJ;:;icn ·. AuxiliirY fm· an. em·ly Thanksg1:n1g dmner, Clover Creek American Legion the ffi.st reunion of the clan since 1947. Their son, Charles, who is aiid Auxiliary No. 118 \Vill meet in the Naval Air Force and 'sta- Friday Nov. 22 at 8:00 p. m. in · tioned .at San Diego, ha·d flown the Legion hall. north for a two-day teaching Sympathy stint Sand .Point, presenting Belated sympathy is cxt~nded 'radar training to reserves. Other to th" families of Mrs. Max W 81iilcmbor.S of the fonlily, all resi- ton and Mi·s. Mabel McKinney. Ml'lts . of the Tacoma area, were Mr. and Mts. William Fueslon happy to take ad vantage of his recently :returned "fi,01:1.1 attending being at home to i:\ho.nge th" the funcrnl of n cousin at Cot·· gathel'ing. Others present were tage. Grove Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Harden, Mr. Golden '\Vcd&lng and Mrs. Robert Parsons, Jr., Mesdames Emerson Tarpen.Phillip D. Parsons and Norman ning, Maria Kanton, Emily Ball R. Parsons. and Ma1·gat·et Wright attended Mi·. and Mrs. Robert McKilmell the golden wedding recoplion

Vv"'n..sbinston . CoH~;,gc of Pharrn"' acy ls I\"1r. Geno -Buy1P, O\Vner of fli. . . ~~; •.'. ifJA L 11.idland Drug- and also Y~ieC' .. 1 '1 ·. P1·ef)'f+J.ent {)f.the lVIidland Business The Snann~~a;; Ve>lunte<or FireClub. The Boyle fnmily. whkh inc1udt')-~ fol1r <~hild:ren, hPenmc~ n m~n and Auxiliary will hold a part -c,f_ the I\1id1afid busillcs;:; sr:c- benofil: dance Satui·day, ·-Nov. 30, tion in 1951! when ilfr. Boyle al H:30 p.m. Mn:. Matilda Symmons, ways oix.~.ned his sto1·e nt the- c·ornf.\l' of 09th and Portland. Prior to and means chairman, and her cothis ,he operated ,; drug store at i!hnlrmnn, Nfrs. l'vibrg.'.ln W6b.b nrc in e:hnrge. !54 th and M in. Tacom:.L

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';'ill follow, nlso spetial mnsidtl numbers. I\!1;s'. j'Gs~ie Siddall will hn\'e the opening prayer and devotidnals; .the roll call will be ans,vered with .Bible .'/erses pertaining to Thanksgi\,ing, as the meeting is so cl-;;se to that day. Mrs. Edith Stine will giv,e an intc1·esting talk upon nr1Il.ed forces.

Mrs. N. c, Gjuka hostess for the Midlan:Ct VI omen's Chris.tian 'J.'emperance 't.Jnior\ on Tuesday, Npv. 2G. '1'1;€! potluck dinner wm be serv~t~t 12;;30. The g·ues'ts ·are requested.to brlng quilt blocks for sci.ving into quilts. The business meeting and ·p1·0heldB\lnday, Nov. 9, 1n the Rebekah halLat Roy for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Throssel. Besi Wis11es Cet ·well wishes to Mrs. Irwin Timm who has been ill in the hospital. Reporter-Mrs. Dliver Omat, LE 7-6466.

e good foods far a l Thanksgiving

FENCING Designers and Builders EXPERT WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICES Easy Monthly Payn:tents

VAUGHAN'S 84th & Pac. Ave.

Eatmol'e. Reaily To Scrve

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Also Comme1·cal Instnllnticms Full LinG Schorn Paints Storm ·\Vindows and Doors Installed FREE ESTil'iiATES

DEAN•s PAINT

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Smalley Bros. BODY & FENDER 10325 Pacific Ave. LE 7-8131

PRESCR~PTIONS VETERINARY SUPPLIES Open 9:::l0 to 9 Weekdays (Closed Sunday)

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Gutted by a fire on October 5, Midland ThrifLway, owned by l\fr. John Bussanich is a wcllkno\vn JYiidland husinP.ss currently in the process of he in g re111ode]~d to bring improved facil~ itics to serve residents and customers of the store. Opening date has not yet been announced by 1vir. Bussanich. The store ·was opened 11 years ago at its 99th and Portlo.nd site. Born in Seattle, Mr. Bu3snnich s entire career hns been in the J{roc_~ry business.

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the manufacture of rubber .stamps are the trademarks of Blauvelt printing. The company at 8G14 Portlar:d Ave. is currently undergoing expansion to facilito.tc operations. The shop is owned by Mr. Vern Blauvelt. The Blauvelts, including the 3 children are all n2. tive-born 'l'aco1nans. 'i'

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their daughter; Miss ,·J::l'or:ma Jii11g, have 01furated 'the King * :;: * Grocery fur the prrsf 111110 years. Originally~ th;: IGngs \Vere in . Gaylh!le business in VV cna tchee, prior to Sp~~'fs E~11idpmei1t moving to 1aidland .. The l{in;· Ceiebrating its opening this. Grocery is also Postal Sub-S~ation week along with Portlnnd A venue l~o. 13. Location of the business Sell-A-Brntion Days is· the Gnyis at 8001 Portlrrnd Av". linc Roat nnd Sports Equipment ·;: : · * Co. '!'he brand new structure at NOVOTNEV BROS. 0412 on the avenue, is .owned by Two hrothers, Frank and Stan G. W. Harkey ,a building conNovotney, arc tho on-the-scene tractor in Tacoma for the. past owners of this Portland kn;, 10 years. Mr Harkey is the mansuper~rnarket. Situated on the ufacturer of Gaylinc Boats made corner of 7:?ud St. and Portland, in the shop adjacent to the store. tbo market has been in operation In addition to a complete line of for ·nine ycar.f;, 'The l'-Jovotneys' outboard boating equip1nent,Nthe recently co'Ylpleted a remodeling sports enthusiast can find nearly of their produce department. Both evcrytl1ing in hunling and fisho\vners are long time residents ing supplies here as 1vell. of' Midland. * t!• *

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TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

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Times journal v 13 no 11 nov 21, 1957