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Sec. 34.66 P.L&R U.S. Postage Paid Parkland Bmnch .l.'acoma, ·wash. Permit No. 9P

Navy Band To Play In PLC Gym October 9

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The P11rkland Business club is sponsoring the one-night stand nf Sello Brothers Kiddie Circus Ivfonday, Sept.. JG, at 8:00 p.m. at ·122nd nnd Pacific avenue, across fro1n FIP.tcher'::; Iv1nrket. The livrdy iircgrarn, '\vhich \vill d::Hght. chikln..>n and gr:]\.Yl1-1.!.PS n!ikc, fcature:s Baby Eoo, the y,·nrld.'s ~_;ma11est performing ele-

By Mickey Hamlin n1ost sc-::1sational, controversial albu1:'1 to be rdcasecl so fa.r'. th:s year is Co1u1nbia's The' Pia110 Artistry of Jonathan EdThe officiai United States Navy vva~·ds and Darlene Edwards," a Band plays matinee and .evening hilarious take-off of the medi- conr"erts in the PLC gymnasium, ·Dene L.P.'s that have been flood- Pal'kland, on the 9th of October. ing the market recently. They are being presented by the Pianist Edwards and wife Dai·- Parkland Area Kiwanis club. Net lene, who, according to rnmor, proceeds from the Band's ·app'earare really Jo Stafford and her · ance go to community service husband Paul Weston, slaughter program of the clu\J. · a . group of standards· with exFor each concert appearance, quisite disc.ord and tastelessness. approximately 35 dates each tour, Elarkme, or Jo, as the case may the Band offers two concerts he, delivers "It's Mo.gic," "Cock- a matinee, planned mainly for tails Fot• Two" and other similar the youth of America, and an evefavoritcs in' a stxle designed to ning concert at.tuned to the disr.aise eyebrows and create end- criminating taste· of the adult less comment. While Darlene· audience. vocalizes on many of the cuts in The matinee conce!·t is made the album, Jonathan renders up of popular music, classic premaµy piano favorites, such as sentations and novelties and is '~D~Zzy Fingers," in a zany man- for the real enjoyment 0£ the net'. previously confined to third student audience. yec\r practice rooms. The night program is selected '.!'lie cover shot· and album notes with the view of pleasing gengo along with the subtle humor. uine music lovers of all ages. In The cov;;r, heated to receive sec.bnd glances, spotlights two rig~t hand on a keyboard. The alb'\lm comments alone--a gentle spoof of the pretentious school of 'jazz liner 11otes-are well worth the $3.98 price tag. September 16 - 20, 1957 ~ach and every time one of the Monday - Tomato soup and sel~ctions .a!'C piayed over the crackers, peanut butter sandair/waves, the radio stations are 1-viches, canteloupe. milk. sw~mped with calls requesting Tuesday Pork cubes with addition.ill information. Many dressing, finger salad, bread and disk jockeys are sponsoring con- buttet sand\vich, applesauce, tes.ts offering the album fas first milk. prize. "i'Vedncsday - Western WashUndoubtedly "The Piano Art- ington Fair. istry of Jonathan Edwards and T.hursday Hot dog, green Darlene Edwards" will quickly beans with bac011 bits, banana become one of the biggest selling logs, milk. albums, locnlly and nationally. Friday - Frjday burgers, butWhethe1· it.s success will be last- tered peas, chocolate pudding,· ing is very doubtful, but wl1ile milk. it's. new and fresh to the public, :it'-s-. certain to he a fantnsica1ly ~{apov1§in successful album. 11

phant; trained dogs, horses, ponies and 1nonkeys; Bonzo, the Hollywood Chimpanzee; clowns, acrobats and aerialists. Profits from the circus going to \.he Business club will be used to improve the Parkland p]ayground. A GOOD TRY-Despite the highly skilled work of th>0 Taeoma Scnbaneers, Tacoma skintlivers club, the members we.-e unable to recm·er the body of George R. Reither, sr;, o! '67:!7 Lake St., believed to have been drowned in Amel'ican Lake last Friday. Pictured above is the anchored rowboat used by the Scubaneers in their search and, to the left, the !ins of two divers and the helmet of another.

Clover Creek legion Auxiliary Due 13th

Clover Creek Unit No. 118, The men could stay down only American Legion Auxiliary, will hold its regular meeting Sept. 13 at 8:00 p.m. in the Legion hall at 161st St., Spanaway. A new year is beginning and its success or failure depends on every Auxiliary member, not just upon the Unit officers. Every· member is urged to be present at this first meeting; charter members, Gold Star members and Juniors will receive a special ':velco111c.

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New Swimming Pool Technique .Cuts Cost

Franklin Pierce S~hool Menu

Grandmothers The Parkland Grandmothers dub will meet Thursday, Sept. 18, at 1:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Grace Mason, 811 South 121st St.

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New name suggested for Paul's.~:i Shoes: "Paul's Foot Can· § NO LONGE!t A LUXURY-"Anyhody can offord a swimming pool-if he knows how to go about ~ nery". ____ ~ it,'' declares Capt. Simon Smith, new owner of Singletree Rauch on the P1·airie-Orting road. The two-fold proof of the captain's statement can be found in the above picture of the finished pool, ~ Boot and Work Shoe Head- ~ Capt. Smith, at right, watching his children ancl thei.r guests cooling ofl on a recent warm· day, ~ qtmrters. Over 30 styles. § with § Comfortable Shoes for tromp- § plus the actual figures of the cost involved shmvn in the nccompanying story. Photo .by McKewen ~ ing the fair. § ~

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Mountain View Comt No .. 68, Order o_f An1an1nthi of l{apoi..vsin, will welcome tl"' official visits of Gc,·and Loyal Matron Mrs.'.Ellner H~ "I~a1-Se1; B.nd. Gi~'i-ind •R'o~~al Patron C. Tlnmnan Givens Satllrday evening, Sept. 14, at 8:00 n'clo~k i.n the l~alJU\vsin Ivlasonic hall. Mr:;. Orlcy Andrews and Mrs. Geer \Vil! bu co-chair111cn fur a di11nc·r honorjug the distinguished guC'sts aL Ci:OIJ 0 clock that eve.. nine; .All Amaranth members are invited. Mrs. Dennis Butler will have charge of t.hc soc.ial hour at; the close of the· n1oeiing. 1

Games Party The Holy Names Sodcty of Our Lady Qtwcn of Heaven pmish will l1old a grrmcs party Friday, Sept. l:l, at 8 :00 p.m. in the parish hall, South 146th and A streets. Thc1·c will be nltractivc prizes and refresh 111cnt.s; the public is

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Mainten:mee Divis1m~ officer at McChonl and new owner of Singletree Itn1ich. Prairie-()rLing road, has just \"IULJon~lra.ted l1is conlcnl.iun t.lrnl you don't have 1.o be rich to qnjoy a s'.vin1rning pool ~{{, :-niur ho1110. 11e ]o10\VS l~hat to be a fact because he has built a ;;o·x;)O' pool at a total cost of ~;33:~.00 and 'vill ·be g]ad to tell anyone interested just how il was done. Itcn1s of expense \\'ere as fol101,vs: Excavation ................ $40 200 4" drnin tiles ........ $25 20 rnlls 30-lh. felt ........ $60 1000 lbs. asphalt. .... _ ..... $40 3 rolls saturated fabric .... $63 4 mop's I for asphalt) ...... $ 3 5 gallons aluminum paint .. $25 5 g'ftllons masonry paint .... $28 1 filter pump .............. $25 Plastic pip~ and fittings for filter ................ $73

\Visconsin club of Tacon1s. ivjll TOTAJ, ................ $382 hold the us1wJ potluck suppc: A cement. sidewall; around the Sunday, Sept. l::i, at 6:00 o'clock in tl1" bm;emen t of the Odd Fel· P'Jol cost. an Rrldit.ionaJ $35. Depth, of th8 pool rE111gcs fn_~111 lows hall, Sixth etnd Fawcett "!.-Bree feet at one c~1d i".n seven foet. cit the ot.Jwr. \Vitl1 an ample

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Half-Notes: Little Joe and the hi:;::<P,~anuts:' , .. Johuny Mathis' Thiillers a1·e cnjoYing ti1eir f.lrSt. "Ci1ances Are" is destined to becon1e this third s1nash single. Flip is Lhe vf.-:sy nice tune "TlJc Twelfth Of Novel'" . . . Roulette records should ha vc another inillion seller ivith ''Sugar Car·· sage" by Chuck Rcr;d . . . Ted :Ne\v1nan's Plaything is really moving rapidly . . . From their 41 Lcfs Get Acquaintedn albtuu, the Lennon Sistel's have released ~'Shake Me, I Rattle" as a single. Might just make the big time ... Peggy King has threatened to use her voodo magic on all D.J.'s who don't spin her ''If You Don't Love J\fo (D'ginja)" release. At the rate it's being played locally, our fellows have not.hing to worry about ... '·Happy, Happy Birthday, Baby" hy the Tune Wcavcl's is grnwing in popularity ... Don Deal's "Unfaithful Dlanc" is breaking big in om area . . . Bobby Hcdms' "My Special An::;el" could do likewise . . Ricky Nelson has a no'v relcatie on a ne1,v label to him. It's Imperial's "Have i Told You Lately That I Love You." Hb former rncordinga i,.vcrc en \/ervc . . . "Cupid Shoi, An Ari'Dw" io headed for th" lmllsc;ve of popularity , . . The Coa.sters might sell another ·millicn with "My Baby Comcti To J\fo" and "Idol "With The Golden 1:Iead. 11 • • , The Everley Brothers will corlain!y make the hit charts wiih Lheir "Wake llp Little Susie" and ''J\&aybG To1norrc11ilf. Last 1v2ck Elvis Presley had five a.lbums in the t.op twenty-five. 11

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Kapowsin P-TA wi11 be host this (Thursday) eycning for a rec'eptio!l honoring the teachers in \.he .grade school gym. A smorgasbord dinner will be sr.rved sta-Pting at 7:00 p.1n. The "Mclodcars'', Gloria Krumpori, Lorintn GrecnJ Bonnie Bishop.· Jnnnttc Leedom, Norma Patton, ·')ml Vvyona Russell singing a few numbers wil1 provide the entertainment. The teachers will be introduced, and the rest of the evening will be spent jn "just getting acquainted.'' There will be baby sitting service in one of the rooms for any children seven years of age or younger.

order to make such a program possible, Commander Brendler, supported by his staff, has worked and rehearsed the Band for hours hi the Sail I,oft (Home of The Navy Band), prior to making his final decision. The programs have variety, but all selections, for both matinee and night, have one description in common: "GREAT MUSIC, - By A GREAT BAND." At Parkland the 1:15 p.m. matinee wil lbe especially for children, with winners in the local school competition appearing with the band. Of the 2300 seats in the gym, only 300 will be assigned to adults. The evening concert will be for adults. Arrangements for the concert are being made by Trav Dryer, Kiwanis president ;Verne Ashford, general concert chairm;m; John Smidt, publicity; Morris

Saturday Morning, 10:00 a.m., Sept. !4th

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Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pa_rkcr arc home again aft.et· a wonderful vacation trip which too]{, them through New Mexico, Idaho, Arizmm and U tab. They report seeing many beautiful and. fr1terest• ing scenes but arc glad to be home.

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Bake Sale The Women's Auxiliary of the Chrn·ch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hold a bake sale at the IGA Foodtovm, 112th and Park, on Saturday, Sept. 14, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Delicious home baked food.s will be sold.

STUDENTS - 8 TO 18 YOUR LE.AGUE, sanctioned by the American Bowling Congress and sponsored by our local Lions Club, starts

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Ford and Dwane Lamka, ticket sales. For further information, phone LE 7-4800, L9 7-7710; MA 7-9620; LE 7-0161 or LE 7-8648. The Kiwanis club is holding a contest to locate the Jargesj American flag in the area, "which will be used across the back of the stage the afternoon and evening of the concert. The owner will receive tickets for special seats at the concert and will be introduced. Anyone having a suitable flag is urged to contact Trav Drye1·.

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''hursday, September 12, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL ~

South 138th and Mt. Hw-y. i.U1\/l1Vl!T • • • . • ... . .. . . cheek; imbedded S() decv,ly that (Per~'s) 2:30-2:50; 102nd and !:ti L ··· llC"H he had to b<o taken to Piei·ce Sheridan 3:30-3:25; 99th and r~r.eSCH(U) ~H County h()spjtal to have the ho.ok Yakima 3:30-3:45; Harvard (84th ··· . . ~ ~ •·emoved and the gash sewed up. & ,Gold\'n Given) 3:55-4:20. Pay W.ater Bills.Here · SPANAWAY: 1st & 3rd Thurs· .uv.i.s.;i1 ·.'lllJ Sitmlll,it Water bills may now day!;: Sept. 5, 19; Oct. 3, 17; Nov. The· Cenh;al.Avenue J:'rescho9l )le paid at Summit Trading (Jo., 7, 2+; Dec. 5, 19. Hai;d:ware Dept.,· 1Q409 Canyon Spapaway School 9:00-11:30; iivites all<parents <Jf. pre•S£hOol road, as well as .at .Newell Hunt So. 138th & Spanaway Loop hl!dren1 a11d a,lSo those of kfod1·gnrtcn childrtn, to uttcpd the Furniture, .113 Stewart Ave. W., (Holmes') 11:40-11:55; Rademak· penipg meeting on Tue,,day PuyaHup, and Summit Water & ei· Rd. (Woods') 12:30-12:45; Supply Co ..office, 5';101 East 101 172nc1 & Rademaker (Zirkle's) \cming, Sept. 17, ·.at 8:00 •'~;]~ck. .J\irs.... Suss ell Fnlkerson St. Tacoma. For further informa- 12i50-1:05; 174th St. E. (Hum:fon~) will direct a discussion ~f tion, call LE 7-'7781 01· LE 7-7059. fleet's) 1:05-1:20; Knoble & NelMcl'iiillan ~ BfaiSdell son (Hagen's) 1:25:1:40; Fred1 i~€Sci100i' progi·'ulnS, pOH~~ies and Parkland Methodist was decor- erickson (Store) 1:45-2:00; Frednals. A sociaf hpur will be enjoyed a,tecl, with pink and white glad- · exickspn (Russeli's) 2:05-2:20; the end of the. meeting<; hO'st" iol\Sept, 7 for the weddino- of Fred~rickson (lfodlund's) 2:25will bc Mrs. Donald Sien- N~n~y L"Ece -:Mcfyiili&n, daughter 2:40; Greiler.Rd. (Payne's) 2;55Mrs. Sichard and Mrs. ()f ~Ii;. and Mrs. ·c. I. McMillan of 3:15; Military Rd. (Smith's) 3.:2010305 Canyon road, and Ra}'· 3:35; Evergreen & . Canyon 3:40Wetherell. :rilohd · Blaisdell, son of Mrs. E. 4:00; Brookdale & Tisch 4:10Youth Center · The Summit Youth Center As- W. J31aisdeH().f Randle. The vows 4·20 bbiiltion will hold a . plahh.ih~ .wer.e . r\lad by the Rev. Donald · · KAPOWSIN SCHOOL HWY. 99: the Central Avenue Nothdurft.'.!'.he J:iride wo~·e a ballerina · 2nd & 4th Tuesdays. Sept. 10, room .Friday eve: at 8:00 o'.clock. length go:i.vn of brocaded satin 24; Oct. 8, 22; Nov. J 2, 26; Dec. and canied a white Bible with a 10· white orchid. The bride's attendKapowsin Grade School 9:20ants included Mrs. David Cooper, 12:10; McDonald .& David Ieds. sister of the gi·oofu; Mrs. Ben 12:45-1:05; Kapowsin Grade Eastman and .Ml'S. George Sc.hool 1:10-1:50; McGee Home Spatks, sisters of the bride, and 2:00-2:20; Southgate 2:55-3:10; Miss Joyce Coplin, all carrying Perkins and Becker Dr. 3:15bouquets of pink carnations. 3:30; 96th & So. Tacoma Hay Richar,d Bli".isdei;t . acted as best 3:35-3:55. man for his b)'other. The ushers ELK PLAIN-McKENNA: 1st & were David Cooper, JWbcrt Scott and George Elder. Linda and 3rd Tuesdays. Sept. 3, 17; Oct. Elaine Wagnerlighted tlie cand- 1, 15; Nov. 5, 19; Dec. 3, 17. Elk Plain School 9:00-10:30; les. Marion daelJ.zle played the bridal. ~msic an'il accompanied Mt. liighway Syrvice 10:40-11:00; H. D. Myers Rd. (Mill) 11:10the soloist, Orval Weeks. Eihler Rd. Assisting at the reception were 11:25; Brown ¢ Mrs. William Clark, the groom's (Draper's) 11:30-11:45; MuckgrandW,C5~h~r; •.Mrs;.~ 9eorgeElder, Kapo1vsiii Rd. (Jupitei"s) :1.1:50Mrs: Tom Wilcox, Mrs. Ira Wag- 12:05; . Muck-Kap. Rd. (Landgrelie's) 12.:10-12:25; The. Pines ner and Mai<ine .i)q·J.>u9l~e· Fo'l: the honeymoon frip Vfo- 1;15-l:30; Hawk-Peterson Rd. 1:45-2:00; McKenna ~C5rk\, ~he bi·,ide wore dust:i: .pink (Groom's) witli white accessories. Later they Schooj2:05"2:30; McKcnna Home will• b.e a~ <Pullman wher,e the 2:35-3:00; McKenna Post Office grot5m wiU complete his fourth 3:00-3:20; Roy Hwy. (Harlachyear .of ~tudy in the Was~ipgtdn er's) 3:30C3:40. State Colleg•:r school of veterinCLEAR LAPE - MERIDIAN: 1st ary medicine. • Rf!porter ~ Mrs. M. Rau, LE & 3rd Mondays: Sept. 2, 16; Oct. 7, 21; Nov. 4, 18; Dec. 2, 1G. 7-8391. Clover Creek School 9:05".10:30; Clear Lake Rd;. (Finch's) 11:00-11:15; Clear Lake Rd. (Palme1"s) :t :t :25cll:35; Clear Lake 11:40~12:00; Golden Road (Peter's) 12:05-12:25; Clear Lake Rd. (Dobiash's) 12:30-12:40; , Starting Sept. 1, the booknwKapowsin & Meridian 12:45liiles, of the Pierce Co1.mty Public 12:55; . Carlson and Meridian Library are operating on their 1:30-1:50; Graham (Dun Rovin) fall sch~dules. 2:00-2:15; Firgrove School 2:30Of interest to many. residents 3:00; 9th Roa.cl Ext. (Reitz's) in Times-Journal tcnitmiy arc 3:05-3:25; Meridian and Hemthe following schedule.s: ' lock 3:30-3:40; Bfogbam Road ALDERTON - KAPOWSIN: 2nd (Trish's) 3:55-4:15. and 4th Fridays: Sept. 13, 27;

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SINGER Due to illness, family was forced to turn back this SINGER elec- TACOMA UPHOLSTERY tric portable with only $28 due; Special on reupholstering davtake over $5 monthly payments enport, chair, as low as $129. and get free home demonstra- Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; tion. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 71148 Market SL, FU 3-2551. 0327. l5ctf .. 15cl FOR SALE - Hand split tapered BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices shakes,_ $14 a spuare delivered; before ordering your winter oil phone Eatonville TE 2-3660. supply. LAPENSKI FUEL. 9920 15pl l5ctf " Pacific Ave. LE 7 -8173.

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57 FORDS & CHEVROLET'S: wholesale prices. SMALLEY /FOR SALE-20-foot corral poles 50c; cedar fence posts 35c; ahy MOTORS', 10410 Pacific Ave., LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, amount; Rt. 1; Box 191-A, Roy, Sundays. 12ctl Washington. 15ctf

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BREED YOUR COW ARTIFICIALLY to sires proved great. Washington Proved Sire Service. George Lytle, technician, phone Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 77 417 before 9:00 a.m. l3ctf

EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant boats; wagon wheels for sale. Don't carry it-drive right .into our complete out-board motor repair service shop. MAJtJR OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf

SAMPLE Economy grade Studs and 2x4's, Load lots $25.00 per M.; 8-Ft. 2x4's at yard, 15c each; Economy Shiplap, $39.00 per M.;, Close out-Pickets, low as 6c each; Assembled fence sections low as $2.00 each. Cedar 4x4 Fence Posts, 8c Ft. The best time to catch us at home, is after 4 p.m. daily and all day Saturdays. Your patronage will determine whether I continue in business or not. 15cl

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SA VE YOUR PETS from exploitation by private interests! Protest. dangerous R.e.solution at Your Fuel Oil & Appliance hearing Sept. 17th, 10 a.m. Dealer EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, Commissioners Room, Court by the ton or truck load; J. A. House. Con11nissioners are Hoth & Pacific · LE 7-8624 Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 13~tf Burke, Sprinker & Geiger. Act -·-----·--·-·---------NOV'l, tomorrow may be t.oo & GROOM 8PECIAL WHITE FACE heifer 3 months BRIDE late! Adv. 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 old, $50; Holstein bull $10; 9424 So. Park Ave. ;Family Portr11it East D St. 13cl Studios. 15,ctf 7-3548.

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FOR RENT - One-bedroom furnished home. Owners will be 011 ~ 'Work 14 Ace Dirt Moving Co. premises at 11805 A Street on · -' Serviced and Stored 'At Sept. 14 nnd 15 only. lOcl - BULLDOZING DITCHING Power Mowers .A Specialty WILL DO HOUSEWORK; also GRAVEL " TOP SOIL - SEPTIC 11014 South Steele St. Call LE 7~7281 WANTED TO REN'l': .. Double ironing in your home or mi..'1.e; Free Pick"up & Delivery TANKS - DRAIN FIBLDS JU 8~4739 garage or larger building suit- $1 an hour; Belle Maulsby; LE 1750 9th St. S.W .. , Puyallup PARKLAND Tacoma, Washington Taeoma Pump· & . able for part time woodwork- 7-5398 m· LE 7-7423. 14ctf Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 CYCLE KlEY 1"""-= in..g shop; ParkhE1d-B1·ookda1e ----··-- -····-·---·---vicinity; $10 to $15 per month; WILL DO baby sitting in my TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be- II LE 7.-5772 111121 Pacific Ave. 14c52 ginning and advanced. Call Jim I L:!!i 7-6082. ~ J Ocl home. LE \;0087. 14619 PACIFIC AVENUE ·------Nylander LB 7-0574. 15ctf I l:USTOM FIRE SCREENS;; any Terms Trades ----- ____ I FOR RENT - 2 bedroom home, PIANO lc::.;son8 n1y bon1e. EDst --~-- ........- '--style; estimates without obligaI compl8tely fnrnished; auto1natic l38th tK Ann Guffin, LE 7-6,188 IRENE. WOLZ PIANO & HAM- r tion. Therinolite · Glass. FIRE- • Help Wanted :,,vasher; close t.o 1vicChord, 14c3 MOND ORGAN STUDIO, 9995 I I PLACE SHOP, 660.7 Sixth Ave.; schools an<l bus; LE 7-3916. 10cl SEWING, alternations, mending, :Pa1'k Avenue, LE 7~0420; resi . . I SK 2-0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf BABY Sl'.l"l'ER wanted · in mv I 15ct£. f home days; mature and reliabl~; FOR Power m~wsrs, ironing; reasonable; quick serv- dence, LE '7-4051. I 14ctf 5c1 hand tools, ga.rden tools, spray ice; LE 7-5636. FOR SALE - Aluminum com- LE 7 ·0589. FOR SALE Siegler heaters bination storm doors - windows guns., sai:ders, plu1T1bing tools, at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; as low as $10 per month; Pa· wANTED i11ai1 to dig open well; power ·tools,' etc. A tool for WASHING, irnning and -d~y Pu:ja!lup TH 5-449114c1 LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. I cific Woodworking, 3011 Sguth · phone Graham VI 7 • 7333. 5c2 15ct! I every job. South End Plurnbing Arni Sawyer, GR 2-2900. '3c3 WORKING MO'I'HER needs reI a11d Hard·ware. Phone LE 7 "4100 HIGH SCHOOL GLRL wishes SAVE$$$$ AUTO GLASS, Seat covers; up- sponsible woman to care for 3 10ctf baby sitting job week clays afte1· • IF 4:00 p.m.; 'Neekends after 1:00 RUGS or wall-to-wall ca1·petii1g; I holstery ·& convertible tops in- children, · 2 school age, in my p.m.; ex)1crienced; LE 7-3i07. Mohav;k, Bigelow, Hightstown, I ROOM FOR RENT - Employed stalled. Open 9.:00 a.m. to 1:00 home; 5-day week; LE 7-2070. 14c3, Barwick, U name it. Guaranteed 5c1 lady preferred; board if desired; Box for pick-up truck, !deal p.m. Saturdays. MT'S GLASS 11111 Broadway, LE 7-3008. & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. , , , installaticn by experts. Nothing I for hunters. Restaurant and ice Tacoma .Ave. MA 7-2200. !ktf W;i.NIE.D - Lady to keep house crea111 equipment. MimcolOpl ~ Misce!laneoin 15 dowi1, 36 months to pay (Bank 1 machine, and care fo1" tviro children for $25; old secretary, Terms). Get a hid-you'll be CERAMIC TILE - Drai11 boards, two . weeks in October; Scand· FUR.fJISI-IED insulab:d 2-rOL'lTI l<'(JR S~LE-Frcsh s\veet : $20; desk, $17.50; 'I'V set, $50; appie glad you did! Quality furniture bath rooms; store ·fronts; etc. inavran preferred; write XYZ, cabin '\Vith bath nsar '\ll alk~r - r youth bedroom set, $25; davRemodel ru1d patch work; free P. 0. Box 2008, ParUa'hcl. 5c1 Road csnts1~; Eght and v1atc'.:" cider.... \iVill proce8s your fruit on same terms. PARKWAY 1 eno, $15; round oak table, or vegetables if ded.red. liealth estimates; phone LE 7-4795; ~---· 11aid; can VlOrk pa1·t thne to pay FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific $12.50; oil circulator, $25.00: Tent, $~1:5 a U"!.Onth; ~d~10 'l,'-.~B:';t, h~spected; LE ;7-0592; 10015 Ave., LE 7"3941. OPEN TILL 1 wardrobe, $17.50; electric 123g4 East F St. .3ctf "" Re..:!I Edat~ C3.rlscn~ Ilood Vl A 2-7893, lOc.l. Walle:r Roa el. · 15c2 9:00. 15ctf I 1·1mge, $19.50; GE refrigerator, : $39.50; B.eds, chairs, tables, P@ridand Heating Co. Jennie L. Gradvig ~ [;I ('..> ...""':Ir PARKLAND FURNITURE -New FOlc SALE - Merry Tiller Garden 1 lamps. miscellaneous. OPEN H ~"'· ·~" ~ 'M 1' All makes of furnaces for sale; Parldand Rea!t'-1 C!S!. and used miscellaneous; Airport Tractor, Two 50 g"l. 8.teel Bar- : EVENINGS & SUNDAYS. ------ -·· ~:p~ciali!inir !;1illia~s. O_I_I; ~O' Insurance of All Kkid!! ~~.-.1~. n._J i:::n rt_1 v .. _1 rn---1- L>llK & Pacific AvA. 'R.r-:siiJP.111:~ phnn~ 'f:~.7-4.S:F-I!l'-TG J\i!~~Cii!J:TE P~A-.R'I'S i lVIBTlVt>; vu, u-as, not vv a-cer . LE 7 -3718. l5ct.f Largest stock L1"1 tcv.'T\. Repair~ Hunting Rifle. 12306 Waller Rd. I Installations, Service; reason· Notary Pubhc i11g that pleases. EB-'s v~rasher LE 7-6245. '15pl If COME AND BROUSE a.ble; 755 South 108th, LE 7Est. in Parkland Since 1941 'lIOLIN. LESSONS in Parkland or Service, 3727 So. G GR 4-9409 I •±045. 3ctf . LE 7-8009 Office Tacon}a.; experienced t.oacher; I 1icH besinne1·s '·accepted;. Blanche 80.2 Gai·field St .• Pa::rkhi:nd. No "Deal with the people who gi•rs SCREENED TOP SOIL : 4301 South Yakhna I. . I- t."'\ Yorkthaimer, l!S.A 7-7861. 1:5cl i'ocks o'r roots. Crushed Rdck, you. th8h- personal attention." ti AutomoHve. Nursilfig Heme [ Comer of 48th & Yakima '::irain Gtave1, Fill Dirt and RELIABLE LADY wishes to rent 10816 Portlaml Ave. Ul: 7 -15395 I Screened Road• Gravel that FOR SALE - Brand new 3-bed· 1856 PLl:"MO.D~rn V-8 sedan; room with piano one day w'eekly r GRee:nfield 2°2022 autornatic t.ransniission; A:t-JD .. in Parl:!and home for purpose packs. ·Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd roo1n contempoTary hotnc. Lots LICENSED NURSES ON I Av'e. S.E., Pu~'allup; TH 5-2198. of closet space, $10,950. 1320 So. EI-tSON CHEVRON; Spanaway; of teaching violin;- Blanche :forkDUTY 24-HOURS A DAY I . . I 12cl thcimcr. MA 7-7861. J~~-~--,-.-.-~--...~--~~ ·' . ' ' • " .: •.• ,~ .... ~' ' . . - ' t Sctf 11st1t. 9c1 LE 1-6465. 15cl ~.;,;;. ,,,..

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5 ACRES CANYON ROAD near Collins. 3 bedroom, newly painted inside & out. Good soil, nice fenced yard. $6850 with $1800 down. PARKLAND HOMES IMMACULATE nc&r-11cw 2 bedrooms, large cabinet kitchen, at·· t.ached garage. Nice lawn and fenced yard. 1/:i block to bus, school and stores. A WHALE of a Value for $7950 with $1000 down' and immediate posses-

SPANA WAY. ELECTRIC-Con. tracting and appliances; free . engineering ,sei-vice for electric 'heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf c.'.G.'TCHEN CABINETS. corne.r shelve.<>, bDok cases; birch, fir GEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, or knotty pine; built to yoUJ' Heating. New work, remodel" i;pecifications; get the best for ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. iess-my p1ices are the low.est 3ctf HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, sion. LE 7-5514. 3ctf TRI-LEVEL 3 bedroom. Fireplace with raised hearth, beamed SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny cej]iJ1gS, recreation room baseHall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox ment, patio. One year old. Land1-0856. 3ctf scaping in. A very lovely conSERVICE ON ALL MAKES temporary home, $17,500. FHA. A NEW FHA built large 3 bed303 Ea. '123~d LE 7-7398 room i"H111.bler not.v ready for you1~ inspection. You won t find Bulldozing - Ditching SMITH CABINET SHOP - Rea better value anywhere for TOP SOIL - GRAVEL modeling, kite.hen cabinets; we $13,750. SEpTIC TANKS and :;;ell glass; 16309 ~S. Park. S:P>:P:" DRAIN FIELDS 5 ACRES - RAW away; LE 7-7949. 3ctf ON COLLINS ROAD. Good buildPhone TH ti-2452 ing spot. $3i±O_Or SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Replace and repair work. 3 years CUSTOM .KILLING - poultry of Call LE 7-3501 or LE l-1204 to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. all kinds; WA. 2-5801. 3ctf 3ctf ----- ----- ·---.. ------------ H(l;me f@lirn.li IB~rea!!!l. FOUNDA'_I'IONS-~Tew .additions; l::l61l5 Pacific LE 7-3501 CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & free. es;1ma.tes,, f!n~nc;'tg; wo'.k 3 ctf SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers guaian~eed, GR 4 --00-. vVHY RENT? loaded or we haul; LE. 7-7586 TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed $100 DOWN, $40 a rnonth; needs 3ctf rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or scme work but live'.'lble; 2 bec!Puyallup TH. 5-. 2038. 3ct.f roems, . 2-picce bath; oil 1.cange, Hot' Water Heating electric refrigerator, oil circuResidential and ]'."tor inc!1,ded; 7 .lots;":> city Remodel Work hghts and wate1·; price S~?OO. ,., . f t 1i'!i O.D e B L SERVICE Call Ralph Decker, GR 4·9579. "-" ¥ ft. I'll Im l!m • FIFE DISTRICT ' ..Septic Tanks Cleaned 2/3' ACRE very best of soil; 2PLUMBING & HEATI):'!G LEnox 7-7W3 0. B. ACKLEY bedrnom house clean inside and LE 7-7882 out; full basement above ground; LE 7.4343 CUSTOM HAY BALING - LE , large living room, fireplace; 7-8375. 3ctf DON'T encourage dishonesty: dining roon1 kitchen \\,·ired 220; · loc)rn .keyed, combh1ations 2 blocks to bus; pi'iced to sell '.FOUNDATIONS, additions; -reFHA, $100 down; Call R"l11h modeling. Free estimates. Fin- changed; Parkland Cycle & Decker, GR 4-9579. ancing, no down payment. Kny; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 73ctf NEAR 5Gth & McinNLEY Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf 5772. S.WIALL do\vn; clean 3-i:oon1, bath STAJ'?S SUPER SOIL SERV . and utility; 2 lots; quick posesSEP~IC TANKS & WATER ICE: Top soil, sandy 1oam, peat LIJ.\TES INSTALLED. Riley fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7- sion; call Ralph Deekm·, GR 49579. Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or 8250. 3ct.f LE 7-3204. 3ctf

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Collins Grange will me,et. Tlml's· day, Sept. 12, at 8:00 p.m. in the Grange hall. This first meeting of the fall season will serve to prepare members for Booster Night, Sept. 26, and should be of in· terest to all, members and officers being urged to be present. A special invitation goes to new in my members and to those who do not 15c1 attend regularly. All Grangers will be welcomtJ.

FOR SALE-~Red chicken fryers, PIANO INSTRUCTION live only, 25c pound; R. J. Polly, home'; LE 7-4185. phc;me VI 7-2116, Graham. 15cl

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USED BARGAINS RIDE WANTED from Parkland Blackstone washer, used less than to Villa Plaza, day shift; call l year, $59.50; Good running LE 7 -8109 after 6:00. 15cl wringer washer $14.50; Twin Hollywood bed A-1, $37.50; FOR sALE - Gravenstein Apples, Pears, Crabapples, · Hoover upright vacuum cleaner Bartlett $12.50; full size innerspring Blackberries 1209 So. 72nd St. . 15pl mattress S9.50; Bargains always GR 2-5719. in new furniture. PARKWAY ELECTROLUX FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific Ave., Open Till 9:00; LE 7-3941 Can't pay balance of only $29 on 15c1 this beauty; pay off at $5 each month and it's yours; free home FOR SALE - Apartment size elec- 'demonstration. UPTON ELECtric range $20; 411 South 120th TRIC CO. 1148 Market St., FU 15cl Str., LE 7-3689. 15cl 3-2551.

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American. ion News I The Canyon Road Garden club •rlll hold its first meeting of the fall season Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m., with Mrs. Clinton L. Hall, presiden'.t~elect, presiding. Other new officers to be seated at• this time are: Vice president, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, secretary; Mrs. Si.gvani Hcu1Se~; ;trea·su~.er, Mrs. Everett Peake; 1.program chairman, Mrs. Morris Rice. The report of the club delegate to theV\TashingtonState ponventlon o! Garden clubs will be the :il1ain p~ogralJl. ,topic..Me.mbers will be .ii:rtrodu:ced · and the new year bo 0 ks will be :ra,ssed out. A ri1civie of interest to all will complete th'? ()Vening. . ' · Hosteisses for the evening will be Mrs; Sopilie Saugen, .Mrs. Mortis Rice a11d. Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Backwoods .4-H ; The r<3gular n.;eeting of ..the Back\vgoqs A,JI0.9lub was'.helci at the home 9fBuzey Delano with j)ennis . Austih . presiding. Mr. Kershner had aU the boys, give talks on· their projects and wh11,t they have ·.accomplished: during 'ffi:e"'" ~pii~f·~·:·year ~-~1:'TODYftt~.: 1••.!~UStin reported that he worked on 600 acres of a 40,000-acre farm in Eastern. Washington. Hi;> helped run a mowing machine,.~ com·bine and 'several cats and tractors. Michael Ke1:shner, Reporter. Coµimu.P,ty Club · The regular . meeting of the Canyon Road Comll).unity club :"\¥ill b.e .held this (Thursday) evening 11t 8:00 o'clock .in the

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The next regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary-of Parkland Post. 228 will be hold this (Thursday) evenirig at 8:00 in Sunshine hall.' President Hazel Mackey urges all members. to be 'p;·esent as the ffrst reading of the amendment to the constitution and by-laws will be heard that evening; there wm be tw'o more readings before the vote. Also, tl).ree members are to be elected for the executive board, to serve for three, two, and one year terms. '. The Post and Auxiliary picnic held at Carpenters lake Aug. 25 '\Vas a -huge success. It vvas a beautiful day ·and swim1ning v.ras enjoyed. 'l'here were games and a -;ompetition for many prizes. After the bountiful dinner a few took naps, some merely loosened their belts, but when the games were over everyone went back to the tables for more food. Even sa, it lcioked like baskets went )'tome nearly as,fuUas they came. Mrs. Arthur Hart, our District president, has returned from an extended trip to Montana, South Dakola, Wyoming and Nebraska and will .talk to us on membership. Please, everyone who has not been called on for dues, have them ready when called for. We want to liave our quota by Fall Conference in October. GRAHAM • • •

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Depending upon the interest shown for evening classes in adult education, any or all of the following courses will be offered at the Franklin Pierce high school from<>Sopt. 23 to Dec. 16th. (Other classes will be offered if demand warrants.) Registration will begin Monday night, Sept. 23. Classes will be held ·Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 10:00 o'clock for 12 weeks. A fee of $12.00 will be charged for the 12 week course. Drivex trf(ining fee will be $17.50 and courses requiring laboratory work will pay an additional fee. All fees are payable in advance. List the classes in which you are interested and return slip to the Farnklin Pierce high school as soon as possible.

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Paeifie Lutheran College will open football drills next Mi011day in preparation for the coming Evergreen C~nference campaign. The Lutes open the season agamst the College of Puget Sound Loggers LEnox 7 -0223 Sept. 28 at the latter's home athletic field. · Presented weekly as a public service by the Bargain Basket The Loggers are training already starting today but the Norfolk, Virginia, 7 /11/i\7-A visitor to Roiand Park reported Lutes \Vori't get going until Monseeing two "whitish" circular discs flying at a rapid rate through 1957 the air at about 6•30 p.m. "They were going faster than a jet," she day in preparing for the lid-lifter said. "And I heard no noise, none at all, not even 3.fter they had Sept. 13 .................... North Thm·ston ............ There whieh doesn't count in confer: disappeared." She added that the discs had no lights. But in the Sept. 20 .................... Puyallup ......... ; . . • . . . . . Here ence standings. Head Coach Parkland area ,football fans near-dusk she could see the white discs quite distinctly. Sept .. 27 .................... Renton ..... ; . . • . . . . • . . . . . There Matv Harshman and Assistant * Oct. 4 ..................... Enumclaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Here Mark Salzman will be with the will be served up a large menu Tar:ryto't\rn, N. Y. i 11ay 7, 19;)6. i'J,_ Tarrytoi.vn Tvon1an said that Oct. 11 .................... Highline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There rest of the PLC faculty on their of flying pigskin this fall with she had a pretty good vie\v of a spneec1·nft, o bnc;."i··viEg it for 45 Oct. 18 ............... ; ..... Sumner .... , .............. Here annual retreat this week. Pacific Lutheran College.~. Frank- minutes. Mrs. Thomas Taxter said she fo·st saw the craft at 11:15 Oct. 25 .................... BYE •. : ....................... . The Lutes expect 12 lettermen. Jin P.ie:ce and Beth:'! high schools p.m. while driving home from White Plains, New Yotk. She and Nov. J ........ , ........... Kent - Meridian ; ......•.... There Nov. 8 .................... Auburn ......... : ........... Here to return for the fall campaign. prov1dmg the mam-course din- her husband, when they got home, watched thee craft from 11:30 to Nov. 15 .................... Clover Park .... ,: . . . . . . . . . . There Gonc will be such stalwarts as ners. One, should not overlook midnight through field glasses, they said it looked like a bright Jack Newhal't, W~lt Fitzpatrick, t~e countless b.oys teams which star with 'l· red glow but was triangular in shape. Mr. Taxter said Curt Hovland and Jim Jacob will be performmg fot the proud he saw a red and green light. At midnight the craft shot upward and disappeared, he said. who graduated last June. If t~~~ parents ahd friends. either. * * wasn't enough, Harsh ha.s lost The Gladiators should do Elwood, Indiana, November 5, 1955 Two watchers at. the El.Sept. 13 ............ , ....... Jamboree· ............... ,.,,. Fife star end Ron Storaasli by transright well in the Evergreen iWood Ground Observer post reported that they witnessed what Sept. 21 ..........., • : . , ..... Bellevue . . . . . .. . . .. .. .. . .. There fei· to Western Washington Conference especially '\\'ith appeared to be a flying saucer while on duty at the post about Sept. 28 ........ .-........... Peninsula .............. .'.. There ta~kle Bob Burns who, has gon~ three-yeai· letterman ···-tofumy 6:45 p.m. " Oct. ' 4 ................•... Vashon .................... Here to the University of Washington, Gilmur back for his senior year. ::i * * Oct. 11 ............. '. ...... White River . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There Lockport, New York, 7/12/57 - An Upper Mountain Road end Hugh Marsh who decided not Gilmur will be battling for Oct. 18 ...................... Eatonville ................. Here housewife reported seeing several twirling lights in the sky about Oct. 25 . : .................. Fife ............ , , . . . . . . . . . Here to; return to school and guard Little - .All - American .honors. 4:50 a.m. "I savv four or five lights in the sky t-wirling around. Nov. 1 .................... Orting .................... There Jim Capelli's who was lost to the Then. 11 other lettermen are There was a mist behind them; then they· separated. I went outback to serve as a good nucleus Nov. 8 .................... Yelm ....•........•....... Here armed services. side and watched them until 5:00 a.w. The spectator said the Nov. 15 ...................... North Thurston .. .. .. .. .. .. Here Tnmmy Gilmur howeve. . . _ for Head Coach Marv Hashman lights were distinguishable from the few vihible stars, because • ' I, !S le t t t b iJd' •h • · tjlr41ing for his fourth campaign ° s ar u mg wit next "they moved, but the stars stood still." • expected to be the key cog Monday · ··.. . · an"d is • * * * inlany Lute hopes for the title. The favorites in the Evergreen Sheffield, Alabama, August 4, 1956 -·A high-flying unid8ntillf8 L . Gi!mur was All-Evergreen and ·are the College of Puget Sound fied object was sighted by Miss Graves Rice from her• home on ~tl~Ht i·eteived Little-All-American rec- Logger.s wh? have many of their Wilson Lake Shores, sometime between 1:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. The object was described as looking somewhat like a star, en1 ii) . ogpition on the honorable men- champ10nsh1p team back. by a halo of light which changed from red to greenis.h~~':'ch Ed Niehl unveils his 1957 . tidn list. His understudy, John Franklin Pierce shoufd show circled yellow and· then to white. The object W"as . in constant motion, ed1t10n of the Bethel Braves this schools did throughout the state. Jacobson is als.o e d f . th Puget Sounders a rugged line moving from Bide to side, up and <lo\\rn, a:r:d circling~ 1\1:iss Rice ·a · · C h N'1ehl sum: ,up h'is team cop,ing ' ' · r a Y or e w h'1ch wi·1·.'. un.d ou.b ted ly give • grid season. Fn ay m the annual West . o~c said. After watchin'g a few minutes Miss Rice called two other Central Jamboree at Fife's ath- m this way at this early date: B 'd · .1 the oppos1t10n the1r share of people in the house, and the three people watched the object .'for .letic field. Bethel has ten letter- The backs are strong and fairly th esi bes kGi mur ~nd Jacobson, bumps and bruises. Raring to about ten minutes. At one point the object sped off in the direcman back from last year's team fast but the line is green, al- ~. er ac s ;eturnmg are .John go, the Cards wil !be tough to tion of Huntsville, but returned shortly to a p9int just off the which finished 5-4 overall and though having some heft .. The F1.?mm an George Fisher. beat on any night for Puget shoreline of Wilson Lake. * ,;: placed fourth in the West Central Bethel mentor, however, looks for ~omi~ '~as 0 :1e of the top Sound league opposition. Fairlee, New Hampshire, July 26, l!lf\fl -· Mr. and Mrs. Hosleague. improvement in the line as the ~ro~n gamers. °'J1 the Evergr~en Coach Eldon Kyllo boasts sevThis year .. Niehl is being as~ season progresses. , Ho~ ~rence l~st year. In t.he line era! big men in the line and two ford Brackett reported seeing a "huge, oblong, oval object" from Mount Cube at about sunset. According to the Bracketts the object sisi;ed. by. Jack Juotice and John Co-Captains David Leith and · aits. ma.n hwilhl be well fixed at fine backs in fullback John Alli- was bright gold and was almost stationary in the sky foy nearly ~ C .1 S .1 .- . h c b h . cen er wit t ree ]G!ttermen red h lfb 1 D Ostrander in prepar.ing the ar c 111ve1 av" e.en s owm.g t . . . d' . son an a ac r ave Reynolds. 15 minutes; a small tail was visible some of fae time. The object . . 11 · ·1 d . L . h""' urnmg me1u mg Ro11 McAllister If th t f h b kf' . Braves fo!· the season's maugural. we m ea1 Y season TI 11 s. mt B b B'll d ' e res o t e ac mid im- moved to the northwest finally, after about half and hour in their Th.e. Bethel eleve.n began dril.ls plays end while Shriver is at Lo.. )Rs, an dTom Ra~mussen. · proves under game fire, the Cards field of vision. ·d any oss an Captam Lynn · ht 11 ·h h :;; * * on Labor Day as most state high guai . C II-' ill b b . k . r- m1g wa t away wit t e laurNiehl also singled out for early a ,ms w _e ac · at the tackle els. Information con tainctl in this se:rie_g coturteay cf Aerial Phe1101.n ... ena Research Group, Seattle, 'Washington. season credit back Calvin Chris- spot.s. Curt italstad and Dennis 'Whereas Franklin Piei·ce is toph, and guard Delbert Hardie. Rodm at· ends and Dick Goodwin concerned with its backfield * * * The first home game will be at gudard are other lettermen ex- somewhat, the Bethel Braves PLANNING A SPACE TRIP? BEFORE YOU LEAVE, STOCK lLiP AT THE • · ·t p · · l d f d' pecte back . d . . . aga111s enn1su a, e en 1ng , · are worr!e over theu· hne champions of the West Central, f!elping Harshman and Salz- which is plenty green. Coach ill) Sept. 27. The Braves travel to man train the Lutes will be New- Ed Niehl has the ability to Bellevue Sept. 21 for a non-con- hart and Fitzp'l.trick, both star come up with an improved line ~~ 1.tiig 1 ~, ·.,. ference game. players last year. The first game after he ddU& fm· ·a couple of • F.I -"~I at, CPS will be an afternoon ,af- weeks. Thus: the Braves will fair starting at 2:00 p.m. · · be a big factor in the West (iPS is the defending champion Central as they always are. a~~fi~ 5!)@1!11~\l'#(li'J an'd tabbed as .the favorites to With such interesting races. in repc11t this foll. PLC. and Whit, store for Parkland fans, one PO'rATO SPECIAL worth have been rated right .be- should get out and see as many LB$. 2 sru~s . hi~ the Loggers. 1'4ost C()aches games . as •·possible.. The teams lO~·LIB. CELLO t:~Oe .1 SPUD:S il't ,. the conference expect West~ need your -supporli"•w-in··01-.Iose.el'l1 Washington to coine up with (Pd. 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;Cards Meet North Thurston In Franklin Pierce Football Schedule Lid-Lifter This Friday At Olympia Busily preparing for their · 1957 lid-lifter this F1·iday, Franklin Pierce's Eldon Kyllo. and his assistants are putting the Cardinals through a series of .stiff w01'kouts. The Franklin Pierce eleven will tra:Vel to Olympia Friday night to meelthe North Thurs~ ton Rams in a non~confer:..

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per couple. On Friday evening a William Westman, Bill Henn and 2nd viie president will be elected 'J. C. Mullins. The October meet-. to replace Harold Johnson, who ing will be at the home of Mrs. has moved from the community. Henn. Officei·s and chairmen for the School Staff . year are: President, Arman LeThere are several new teachers Blanc; 1st vice president, Mrs. at ~he Woodland school this Jack Phillips; secretary, Evelyn year, also a new school nurse and Swensrud; treasurer, Flora Ruyle; secretary. Fred J. Sutter is back hospitality chairman, Margaret as principal; kindergarten, Mrs. David; room mother, Muriel Peggy Anderson; 1st grades, Mrs. Harrington; outside publicity, Beatrice Woodbury and Mrs. Margaret Mullins; inside public- Pearl Thompson; 2nd grades, ity, Barbara Haynes; telephone, Mrs. Merle Parker and Mrs. Sis Ward; ways and me~ns, Wil- Ifatharlne Gronen; 3rd grades, lard Hoese!; membership, Mrs. Mrs. Nina Cook and Mrs. Alice W. Fox; sunshinf', Bet.ty Snider; Carroll; 4th grades, Mrs. Harriet Daily and Mrs. Richard Erskine; 5th grades, Mr. V. E. Hoggatt and and Mr. George Clogston; 6th ual, Kay Long; health and safety, Mrs; Ben Erickson; Preschool grades, Mr. Clifford Laycock and preside'.'t, El~ine .Runkel. Parli- Mr. David Stell. The school nurse, mentanan, .h1stonan and maga- Mrs. Naydene Snodgrass, is there zine chairmanships are open.- each morning and the secretary, ,is also on duty at the school any voluteers? . mornings. Charles Erb and John Bowling Notes Seven Woodland residents Fisher are the panitors and Mrs. started bowling Wednesday Lillian Seifert the cook. morning, Sept. 4, with the Puy··. Fruitland Grange allup Valley Early Bird Bowling . Fruitland Grange members en· League. They ar.e: .Margaret Mc- joyed a social hour following Makin, vice president; Meg Har- their regular meeting Sept. 5. bor, secretary; Mae Elsdon, serv· There were quizzes and games eant-at-arms, and Edna West- on the themes "Around the man,u Mildr.ed Burkette, Maude Home" and "Back to School," Swalander and Bobby Fors. The with prizes· to winners. president of the· ..league, Nadine At the next :'meeting, Friday, Sept. 20, Barie Green and Chris McMillan, is 'from Sumner. Thun ·are to report on the State Neighborhood Club The Woodland Neighborhood Grange Juvenile camp they atclub met for a dessert luncheon tended the last of August at Pan and games Sept.15 at. the holll;e Handle lake. The first meeting in October, of Mrs. Walter Waller. In add1tion to the hostess, those p;es.ent (Friday the 4th), will be Booster were Mesdames Frank W1ggms, Night, open to the public, with

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