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nv Si n1n People of tho Parkland-SpanTac.oma Transit Co. bus service continued. We appteciate the 24 buses which the company runs into Spanavvay every 1vcekdiiy, permitting us to come and go all day from 7:05 a.m. until 9:25 p. m. Parkland has even more buses -29 buses bet\veen 6:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. The _bus ~ervice is very important to us. Many of us use the bus to go to and fro~ our jobs, to do our shopping, to attend our clubs or service organization meetings, or just to visit.n

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Co. and/or the Tacoma City Council to indicate the wishes of the people of the communities. In a recent conference of interested people and representatives of Tacoma Transit Co., the latter indicated a willingness to co-opcrnte in any \Vay possible to preserve the pleasant relationship through which daily transportation between Spanaway and. Tacoma has been maintained for nearly 70 years. The petitions are available in most stores; those wishing Tacoma Transit Co. service south of 9Gth street should not delay signing them. Attorney Annon W. May . of Spanaway, with offices in Tacoma, was guest speaker Wednesday evening at the regular dinner meeting of the Parkland Business club. Mr. May gave a full account of the controversy and urged the busiP-ess people present to co-operate in the effort to retain the Tacoma Transit Co. bus service:

Careful Plans·U11sel by Unforseen Factor

Western Washington Fair, Sept. 15. - Pierce C~unty 4-H club members made a clean sweep of blue ribbons in the flowe1· arranging exhibits, taking all 48 blue ribbons out of a total of 125 exhibits. Jane Perryman with nine was high blue ribbon ~vinner, Joan Haakinson was close 6~1i.iii.(l \vith eight and Alice Armstrong was third with five. All are from Tacoma. In the photography exhibit Betty Hageman took three blue l'ibboris out of the eight that 'weTe awarded. ·Glenna Uhlman, Seattle and Wendy Henderson, Bellevue, Jicd with two blue ribbons each in the home improvement exhibit; Linda Otto, Puyallup. walked off with three blue ribbons in foo'd preservation. There were no multiple biue ·ribbon winners in 'the baked . foods, food pre.paration ·and 4-H electric .exhibits. In baked foods eight blues were awarded to youthful coo.ks from Pierce, Skagit, King, ·Grays Harbor and Clallam counties. A like number of top ribbons :went to Pierce, Skagit· and King county 4cH'ers in food preparation; and in the electric exhibit Pacific, King, Grays Harbor and Pierce county winners shared 10 blue ribbons.

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peria1 im1ncidiately se:t .up a recording date nt which Ricky waxed "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You" and "Be Bop Baby" which were rushed iulo the market in a special full color photo jacket. The 'A' side, "Have I Told You Lately," is one of the all time favorites that Elvis Presley saw fit to include in his "Loving You" album. Naturally when Imperial released Ricky's twosome, RCA Victor speeded Presley's version into produc!.ion on an E.P. containing two other so11gs from the long play and one new selection. In the meantime Ricky's recording has begun climbing the pop polls and the flip side has also started upward. Whether Presley will overtake Nelson in eventual popularity is doubtful. Elvis, i11 nll probability, wil! sell many copies of this new extended play, bnt on the majcrit.y of the pop parade surveys, Ricky will maintain a handsome lead. ~

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Benston Grange will hold its Booster Nite Sept. 2'1 at 8:00 o'clock at the Grange hall, :I% miles cast of Johnson's Corner on the Rrtpowsin road. There will br cntertrrin111cnt and refreshCollins Grange Bo.aster N'ight, ments. will be held Sept. 26, at 8 p.m. at 1heir hall. '!'his is an open inecting and a special invitation is e>:tonded to the public to come, get acquain tcd wi1h the Gi·ange - and learn ho\v the¥ Grange can scr·vc and be your , I ..I .. T h.c Jan1cs Sa 1es Jre:::c 1001 \VJ! 1 spokesraan loca1ly abo in Sta.tc l1c1ld its rir~t ruceting· of the D8\V and National affairs. :'\ v1.rk·d pr0g;·:1n1. nf !nt.crc;~t, school year Tuesday, Sept. 24, lo all, is being planner! nronnd cit 8:00 p.m. in the school auditori.um. Mrs. Hobert Severson the theme, ''Faith." will preside. The Chn rtcr for Scout Troop An interesting prog1·a111 is plan1"1°o. ~)2 \vill be presented and ·worthy Master, Lyle Parker ncrl with int.reduction of teachers wili a1:ccpt the Charter in behalf and hoard members. Miss Frances of the Collins Grange. With the Sec a rr:.'.e, kinder-gar.ten teacher, Scouts will be. thcfr leader, Pete will lead a community sing and Svinth. CDrnn1itf.cc CI1air111an; will also give a short talk. Refreshments will he served Delbert lI:nvorth; Co111n1ittccn1an, Cliff Houselwepcr, and Neighbor- by board members: Mesdames hood Co111n11ssioncr, 1-Iarlcy Rohcrt Diamond. J. R Rogers, Er\·cn JTagr:n, Alnn Satterlee, clncl Hornbuckle. ,Jn.n1c~:; Snrn\'. l'v!rs. Fred Ilousscau, leader of the Busy Bcuvcr 4-H club., wiH have so111c of her ~roup on tl1c progran1 also; both groups arc sponsored by Collins Grange. The parents nrc cordially invikd to

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Just a little bit of this and that because the horse shows which are the source of most of our news are about over for the season. The Tacoma Lariettes appeared at the Elma Fa;r a week ago with their fluorescent drill and were ve;·y well received. The girls had worked real hard for this show and were thankful for tli.c help that was given them by ES.rl Craig. This coming week end the Pierce County Posse will go to Elma for a zone meet. This will be the last meet of the season and the loca.l boys will be trying hard to keep the trophy that they won at the Longacres meet early in the season. Eve,-yon~ seems to be going to the Fair this week-seems the exhibits get better every year. Leo Balistreri's horses are running well in the races. A company of horsemen led by Jack Brown headed for the hills last Saturday for an all night camping trip. Seems a good time was had by all. Send your news to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 11903 Pacific Avenue. We need news!

Eatonville Will icate Church In Sunday Riles Eatonville Bible Church, which, purchased beautiful Canyada Lodge near La Grande, wil1 dedicate it as a church Sunday, September 22. As soon as arrangements can be made, the building .will not only serve as a church, but also as a refuge for homeless children. First church services in the building will be at 11:00 in the morni;cg next Sunday, Sept. 22, with formal dedicatory c.eremonies following at 3:30 in the afternoon. Visitors will be most welcon1e.

1-H boys and g1rls a1·e in their 2J.8mYnt -Lhls "'Neek at the \lifestern \li/ashington Fo.ir at Puyallu::?, enjoying the privilege of exhibit ... ing their stock and serving on judr;ing teams won as the result. of thefr fine 'achievement during the past year. Exhibiting their animals in the Washington Junior Dairy Show division are the following: Holsteins Sharon Vollbrecht, Graham; Norman Rasmussen, Roy; Pam Vollbrecht, Graham; Marlin Rasmussen, Roy; Karen Rasmussen, Roy; Betty Becker, Graham; Neil Looney, Buckley. Guernseys: Janice Bjerge, Fife; Sharon Bjcrge,. Fife; Ray Walker, Puyallup; Stanley Hines, Gig Harbor; Fred Moebius, Thrift. Alternat.;__Larry Bargemeyer, Edgewood. Jerseys: - David Rogers, Roy; Connie Johnson, Orting; Richard Talley, Buckley; Linda Rasmussen, Roy; Pat McFarland, Midland; Bobby McFarland, Midland. Ayt·shires: -- ·Allon Bryson, Alderton; Janice Petrich, Parkland, Brown Swiss: - Ray Kempf, Summit. Milking Shorthorn: Paul Smith, Edgewood. Judging Teams After four practice judging sessions, these highest scoring 4H' ers were on the Pierce County Senior al'ld Junior teams: Sept. 14: Seniors - Sharon Vollbrecht, Graham; Jim Moebius, Graham; Pat McFarland, Midland; Sandra Kittinger, Fife. Al Bryson of Alderton was a .close con tender for fourth place. Jmf'iors: - Pamela Vollbrecht, ..Graham; Bob McFarland, Midland; Betty Bocker, Alderton. Roger Calhoun of Graham was 4th place contender fa\· the junior team. Elsie Trusled of Roy appeared once in competition. She turned in the highest score at Monroe for Pierce County.

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About 600 freshmen nnd new students. came to the campus of Pacific Lutheran College this week for orientation and testing._ Tl1ey 'vill r<;;gister tomorroi.v and_ Saturday~ Another 600 or 111ore returning stud~l1ts are registering thi~ y{ 0Bk. i Clb.sscs--:--fo1..:-. thC .- f_q.ll semcst ...· er start next Monday: For the benefit of .iwr2q11~Ji;v:­ ing in the community the college is offering a number of late afternoon an<:\ evening classes. (Sec advertisement in this issue of the Times Journal). The courses are in the fields of economics p.nd business administration, education, English history, physi .. cal educ.at.ion, psychology, religion and speech. Ten new faculty and 'stuff have been added fo1· the fall term. They include Dr. Jens Knudson, biology; Harold Tetlie, economics; Patricia Thompson, music; Mrs. Richard Mayfield, English; Jane Smith, speech; Mrs. [C61!\'; m~Ill!' ~ ~J.!~~ Agnes Kuethe, housemother for The Parkland Playground South Hall; Dr. Vernon Utzinger, speech; the Rev. H. M. Anderson, committee met Thursday, Sept. society; Helen Enger, physical ed12 in the park ficldhot:sc. uc3.bon; and Almyra Ba:ker as .. Present \:Vere (Ivirs.) Jo Sum.. =:istc..nt librarian. n1c:rs) sec1·etary-trcasur·::t 1 represonUn;; t:he Altrnsa club; Dqn F~n·ia~gh Martin of the Lions cluh; Lauri Ronald J\foado::Jrs, son of lvfr. • . Lund of tho E:n,a111s group; ahd and Mrs. Rfohard Meadors. of Carl 'I'. Lindgren) fro211 the Park- Spana\vay, \vill arrive horne Sun .. land Business club. President. day from Fort Ord, Calif., whore Bmt Payne of the Business club , he has completed his basic training in the Army. After a week's was also on hand. furlough he will go to New The main iten1 of business and Jersey for a technical training the decision of the group wes course. that each of the Parkland civic 1

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You hear these statements as you chat with people, especially 'vo1nen, on the buses on the streets and in the stores, and appat·ently they are willing to do something about the situation, unlike Mark Tv.rain'!=J farnous remark-"People talk about the weather but they don't DO anything about it." Since it became apparent several weeks ago that Tacoma Transit Co. might be prevented from continuing' its bus service beyond !16th street, due to comt action threatened hy Robert F. Wright, OWIJ,er-manager of Nisqually Valle);· Lines, petitions outlining the need for the service offered by Ta~oma Transit Cb. and asking that it be continued have been placed in practically a 11 business places in Parkland By l\lickey Hamlin and Spanawsy: These petitions arc being signed by residents of Ricky Nelson, whose previous the area as a means of demon- recordings have been sensationstrating the number of people ally successful, is doing 'it' again here. to wham the present bus with his very latest two sides. service is vital. Nicky's initial effort in the recording worl<l resulted in his When it is felt that everyone golden disk version of "I'm '\V ho vvishes to sign one of these petitions has done so, they ·will VValkin' " and HTeenager's RoIIis second try, cur .. be collected and presented to the mance. manag!"ment of Tacoma Transit rently riding high on the hit charts, is of course "You're My One And Only Love." Both , of these recordings were released SHOP SAVE by Verve records, and they are Vcrv_c's only singles to arrive at Hitsvillc. Evi<lently Ricky was not signed to an exclusive conlract with 1

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1\ gpccia.1 tn~1.7itrd:io1-i is e:~tentJ_.. Martin, principal. ~:;entcd vriih. a iJuto:(1nietc by _lvlrs. Due to the )·e·sigrmtio!) .of Mrs. J·aek Juh11su1t1, J·0t,_jf·iilg J.1rc~Sident. al for the nc:<.t rn<o•ding, which Mr,;. K0mwll1 Johiu was install· 1viil he held Thursday, Oct. 3, Hu1schei· and Mr;,, Graham, he ed a::~ \rice. president;- J\frs. Ray at 8:0D p.rn. :.1l the Conunnnity \ya_s necessary to elect a ne\V president and vice preddent. J\.fi·s. \A;\illiarns, secretnry, urid M'rs_. bdll. Brii1g a fri.~nd! ' Tl,aeha·s Honored Rupert Petel'kin, caking a year's Waller Road Gm·den dub of· II. Micninger, treasurer, nil re'I'he \Valier Road p."rA lwld a le>)\'C of absence from tead1ini';, ficers for -t-he cur1·t.•nl- year \Vere <:eiving corsages. installed at the iast meding with h·1rs. ~ohnpon presc·nted lovely reception for the teachers at Jhe :\vaS _elected presiQ.e:nt; 11,rs. Llt1yd Mrs. Nathnn Tumer, past :presi· plan ts to the m~mbers who lrncl L1st tnceting. i,1Irs. I\lyers \.Vhe-el Ebe1·t, vice presidet1t.. rr~he pro·· d2n-t -6f, thE~ Q-roti-p_. neting fi.$ l'n se1·ve.d o-flt\her.r:orn_tttittP-e t!n,oug·h~ er, _pn.~~t pt·-8sld_ent _i:t1ttodne:in~g gtatn fer.tured_ piHn9 -ri.ild v~O~in thern ·to the 1:iarrnts. Ruch lady musk .hy Nita und Joann Sorim, -"'"------.'-~ .. tf•acher was preBe:hted with 11 ··son. 'l'ho Jing prege!itation ">·ms 06r:32,ge ·-ny 1\1·;·~;. i{eriith Anl·hnu~\ by the :Cub-Scouts; --1-IOste·gseS: fOr the rrien receiving h0Etonnic1·cs. the. sociril hot1r 1\1esc.htrnes J. Lar~ Thr tcnrhNs arc: Miss Helen son, A. Weston, Duie ,JOnes anti PUYALLUP FAIR SPECIAL J)nn1nn, J~indergarten; Ivii·s. (;raee ·JI. l\lficnint~el'. Low Prices on quality alumin· Caldwell, 1st grade•; Miss Kalliy Grange um STORM DOORS :made by lJsher, 2ad gn1Lle; Mi::~s H.0~1orl..a (}rnngers! Plc<."-1.Sc attend your Wep(:o. Good Housekeeping Sept. 20 meeting; 8:00 p.m. at approved. the Wi11lm· Road hall.

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el'al weelrn in the. scenic spots of LR 7 -5210. ashingt.on. , Mr. ant! Mrs. Harn l d Ohion and GLASS childnm enjoyed a pleasunl vaHOME .SERVICE catiol1 trip to Canada. . OUR SPECIALTY M1·. nrid lvirs. Douglas Fogle Also Commcrcal Installations sp_e1~t a '"eek visHing 1·elativcs in DEAN'S GLASS Dayton and Ri(,hlnnd, stopping LE 7-5661 13021 Pacific in, Kennewick for a short visit

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. ~/i~itois , \V'e~lccthed ·-~("2.i·e ~?!r3. tarr·ihgtOn of :b'.risi BG c~ -~tii(l But"· nett TOectl; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry N. Jackson vvho have l;ioug;ht the hort1e fo1·Jnedy o~vneJ by·1YI:r~ nnd 1Vil'~. Clnrence Bttke1'; l\111-.':i nlit.l Iv11·s. Leon ,Cisco of Enst J. sLl'eei, and Mrs. Li-ta Egti.n \i'ho is visit·~ ,ing her sislor, Mrn ..H'rott: Dick·· ison" New Gi•oup The ne"tvly fcwrned group, the Chrls&ian Women's Feilowship, inet for 11ln.eheon at the home of Mrs. W. IL Pcinchot 9f l!:as't SOth nnd Canyon i·oad, with l1 me!n· bers and two guests, Tufrs. A:my Bbnd1field and Mrs. I'red ~rown'', 1wcsont. J'vfrs. Ll'c Hollenback was elec.ted group leader. P.cporter-.lVIrs John Folk,

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CUSTOM FIRE SCREENS;; any style; estimates without obligation. Thermolite Glass. FIRE· PLACE SHOP, 6607 Sixth Ave.; SK 2-0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf

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EASTERN WASHINGTON F..AY, by the bale, ton or truck load; VERY well kept 5-bedroom.home J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. with large living-dining com· 3ctf bination; very attractive spacious kitchen; lovely lawn and flowers; close to Sacred Heart school on McKinley Avenue. Here's real comfort for only $8450. Prompt Service CHICKEN RANCH CLOSE in on Golden Given Rd.; HH.!itSOll1 211~ acres with very nice home. GR 4-3980 GR 2-7038 Just about everything you need DON".!' encourage dishonesty: to get into the chicken business. Yes, even the wife will like this locks keyed; combinations one; $14,750. changed; Parkland Cycle & CALL BILL BLACK, LE 7-5440; Key; 11021 Pacific Ave; LE 7- evenings LE 7-3272. 5772. 3ctf

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East : 1 i38th St. Ann Guffin, LE 7-6488 1 Newly painted bedroom : 14c3 1 suiks $29.95 and $39.95, dav- I Pr·esented weekly as a public service by the Bargain Basket -------.----... . : enport rtnd chair, portable S~WI.NG, alternations, mendmg, 1 closet, oil circulators, tables, Warsaw, Indiana_:: 7/8/57 - Sixty-five-year-old Reginald W, :ronmg; reasonable; quick sorvchairs, %, metal bed steads, Berry, well lfoown Warsaw commel'.ci:;il .artist and his wife, Marjice; LE 7-5636. 14ctf 1 small desk, knee-hole desk, orie were fascinated and held literally spellbound by an unidentified ..... ,,_ I TV set, 6-year crib mattress, silver object they saw in the-sk~-.;w¥.;h..J..ake at 7:30 p.m. They HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wishes bed, child's chest of were driving along a country road south of the lake when Mrs. baby sitting job week days after 1 car drawers, beds, hydraulic jacks, Berry, sighting the object in a clear blue sky, asked her husband 4:00 p.m.; weekends after 1:00 i bolts and nuts, light fixtures, to stop the car. They both got out of the car and watch.ed tho p.m.; experienced; LE 7-3107. : ice-cream equipment and lots object hovering at an altitude estimrtted between 5,000 and 6,000 14c3 1 of miscellaneous. 1 feet. It appeared disc-like in shape, and whitish-silver in color, I One side of the object appeared to dip toward them as it hovered REGISTERED NURSE will care II I overhead. They said they watched the object for about five minutes for babies in her home in ParkCOME IN AND BROWSE until another automobile appeared on the scene which contained an.. land; LE 7-4862. 14c3 :I . ! other couple. The two couples stood for nearly 15 minutes attempt~ WILL DO baby sitting in iny : We Buy, Sell and Swap I ing to identify it. It appeared very large. Its size was estimated nt home 5 or 6 days a week, r~asapproximately four to five times that of the nations largest com· onable; LE 1-1109. 14p2 1 4801 South Yakima 1 mcrcial airliner. It appeared to slowly move out of sight to the 1 northwest. · CHILD CARE,in my home; reas- : Corner of 48th & Yakima I * * enable rates; 1036 South 11lth, 1 Idaho Falls, Idaho --'- July 17, 1956 - A woman who. refused LE 7-3075. 14p2 : GReenfield 2-2022 1 to identify herself. said that she and her husband saw a real I "bright light" about 1:30 a.m. She said they w.atched it for JO WILL BABY SIT for children in : l minutes, during which time it grew brighter and , then dimmed. my home, ages 3 to 5; 817 So. '--------------------- They first saw the light in the west .she said, and later it moved Lafayette, Parkland. 14c3 FOR SALE - Piano, $65; phone rapidly to the northeast. She added that it appeared to be ''quite after 5:00; VI 7-7380. 15c2 a ways away" and "pretty good sized." There were no scheduled I WILL not be responsible for any de)lts contracted other than PARKLAND FURNITURE -New airline flights at that time. ;;; my· own. L. W. LaPlante. 1p4 and used miscellaneous; Airport * & Pacific Ave. Residence phone Gary, Indiana - 11/17/56 - Unidentified flying objects were LE 7 -37 48. 15ctf spotted November 17th, 1956 over Gary, Indiana as authorities in· • Miscellaneous 15 vestigating a rash of UFO .reports in the upper midwest. Gary Civil FOR SALE-Fresh sweet apple Defense Director Z. R. Bardowski said be saw a _single object-~ glittering and enormous-at 5 p.m. ove1· his home. cider. Will process your fruit Altitude of the' object was estimated at 10,000 feet by the civil ~mft, 2x4"s or vegetables if desired. Health defense chief, who strtted, "tho object moved out of sight at such inspected; LE 7-0592, 10015 incredib.le &peed that it is inconceivable that it could have been Your, choice, 20c each or take Waller Road. l5c2 weather ·balloon." Although sunset was at 4:29 p.m., Bardowski said 'em Pile Run for 15c each. the altitude of' the object was high enough to catch and refledc BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices Free Delivery on 50 or more. rays of the sun from the west, before ordering your ·winter oil "If these objects, which thousands of responsible citizens in supply. LAPENSKI FUEL, 9920 all parts of the country have sighted-are our own crafts, tho 15ctf Pacific Ave. LE 7 -8173. public ought to be told," he said. "If they really are 'unidentified 1517 SO. 112TH objects' as the authorities say, the public has a right to know that, LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service for developing. In at FOR SALE For roasting or too," he added. 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. slewing, young hens; VI 7-7810. * * * & 15c2 Cincinnati, Ohio - 8/29/55 - At 3:15 a.m .. a shiny disc wrrs ~ observed hovering over the Ohio River near Cincinnati. It shot USED 48" Rollaway Bed, . good away at the approach of an airliner. In the nights following, the innersp.i'ing mrtttress, $22.00. perimeter areas of Cleves, Bridgetown and Hoove11 witnessed weird, PARKWAY FURNITURE, 14103 oval lights, hovering, making squm-e turns, singing like pendulums, Pacific Ave., Open till 9:00, LE or "bouncing" like basketballs in the sky. 7-3941. 15c2 :1: * .:;: 3G' Day Free Trial Albuquerque, New Mexice 5/10/56 - A woman in Albu· 20 Year Guarantee RIDE WANTED from lOOth St. GoOdyear Air Foan1 to dovrn to\.vn Ta-coTlln'; vvork querque says she saw an unidentified flying objecL "It was' hoverFamous Red-Line Foundation 8:30; to 5:00; LE 7-4402. 15c2 ing in the sky and then disappeared in a flash,"she said. "I know they laugh at you when you tell ·about these things," said JY.[rs. F1?.H'llllit~re SEWING .MACHINE Peter R. Wilson, "but I (io11't 9a,r')., J:~a,V( jt with my own eyes and 141st & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 THIS nice ·Portable Sewing Ma- I '\Vasn't dreaming \-vhen it nappe11ettn .... Open Till 9:00 p.m. chine sold new last year for * * * Information contained in this series courtesy of Ael'ial Phenom· ---------- _ $169.50; pay. off balance of $69 cna Research Group, Seattle, Washington. ' 'lPECIAL ORDERS CAV.:E:Son this repossession at $5 each Phone LE 7-3330. Patt~· Ann month and get free home demBaJ;:ery. L'5cti onstration. UPTON ELECTRIC PLANNING A SPACE TRIP? BEFORE YOU LEAVE, STOCK UP CO.; 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551 AT THE • -15c2 FOR SALE-20-foot corral poles ~ 50c; cedar fence posts 35c; any amount; Rt. 1, Box 191-A, Roy, RCA Washington.

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TOP SOIL; peat; barngrade school; phone after 5:00; Home & Farm Bureau VI yard compost; sand; free esti7-7380. 10c2 REAL VALUE mates, JU 8c2111. 3ctf Home Wiring· DRIVE past this lovely modern FOR RENT -·2 furnished apart-· Free Estimates near-new 2 bedroom home. ments; 401 South 116th. 10p2 Gua~anteed Satisfaction · BULLDOZING Close to College and bus line. Emergency Service Nice fenced yard with 'many FOR RENT - 2 furnished bedBasements - Logging Ilowers . and shrubs. You y;ill rooms; 414 East 133rd, LE 7agree it is worth more than 6009. 10c2 LE 7-3568 $7950. Reasonable down pay.. ment. 710 So. 118th St. Call House levelBRICK WORK • Repair Service ing and foundations, retaining for appt, to see. --------- ------HOIJ:SE MOVING "'- Leveling, walls, sidewalk and patios, fireWASHING MACHINE. PARTS2 ACRES PLUS place and stone work:' LE 7foundations; cement work: Largest stock in town. Repair3ctf 8Q'I'H .1';1 CANYON RD. 3 bedroom ing that pleases. BB's \:Vasher 4291. free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf home with ffreulace. Loads of Service, 3727 So .. G. GR 4-9409 --·-----.--'--~~--------·-.--fru!t, good soil. Barn and chick. SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED . l.lctf Contents . hauled .. away. Don' house.· $1500 down to handle. Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR • Automotive 10 ACRES 2~7334. If no · answer call GR 5 BEDROOM home with full 3ct! 2-9222, basement .. Milk house & brtrn, '49 CHRYSLER WINDSOR .4-Dr. GR 2-7628 PLOWING, discing, rotovating fenced & cross fenced. Beauti- sedan; very good condition; . LE 6314 McKinley ·Avenue 12p2 and lawn work. D. R; Beeler, ful home. $17,200. On Collins 1-1448. after. 5:00. 3etf POWER MOWERS sharpened Road, close ill. LE·7-4940. --·--- ·---------~ and serviced; pick-up and deWE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, 5 ACRES - SACRIFICE livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 level ·buil,dings; cabinet work, Chevr@let Scdesman OWNER selling for health reasTacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf concrete work. Reasonable; ons. Good 3 bedroom home, LE 7 -3550. 3ctf HAY CUTTING, side delivery nice fenced yard. On Canyon rake, plowing and discing. Baler Rd. near Collins. $6850 with ESTIMATES FOR available. LE 7-4444. 93rd and $1800 down., ZENITH Vickery Road. 3ctf Call LE 7-3501 or LE 1-1204 EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant Jlll:A G N 0 V 0 X boats; wagon wheels for sale. 167th & Pacific Ave. Spanawefj LAKEWOOD TV RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE- Home & Farm Btn·eau Don't carry it--drive right int~ We repair electrical appliances- 12605 Pacific & APPLIANCE our complete. out-board motor LE 7-3501 Home Wiring • Remodeling coffee pots, irons, mixers, heatrepair service shop, MAJOR Sales· ~ . ·service Nalley's Tang ..... ers, etc. Call LE 7 -0323. 3ctf Dry.\fs - Electric Heat OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517· TERMS - TRADES Portland Ave., -LE 7-3644. 15ctl JU 8-8877. LOW DOWN PAYMENT Emergency Service Kraft's Miracle Whip $ :-• South End Auto Wreckers · Pioneers of Lakewood USED PARTS VERY easy monthly payments. Call Motors • Transmissions Needs some work, hut very USED WASHER Runs . and Tires • Batteries livable. 2 bedrooms, auto hot Don Flowers wrings, $11.QO; . PARKWAY We .Buy Junk Cat'S "'.ater,_ oil range! refrigerator & FURNITURE, 14103 Pacific Ave., 1952 PO:N'"TIAC hardtop; hyDays: .liE 7-7463 Also Custom Welding ml circulator included. Only Open till 9'.00; LE 7-3941. 15c2 dromatic transmission; radio, EVE: 7-4437 by Joe's Welding $2500.00. Approx. 8 lots. Call --·-------heater, extras; clean $695 · . Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. FOR SALE - JEEP and CAMPSatisfaction Guaranteed New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks $500 OD DOWN 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. SPANAWAYIELEC'l'RIC--Con. ING TRAILER, $375; ideal fm; Spanaway LE 'l'-6534 · Used Cal.'s & Tri.!,cks F1·ee Tube Testing tracting ·and .appliances; free hunting, sleeps two with kitchen PRICE $4,250 - . Less for all Come to engineering service for electric in back. LE 7 -3272 after 4 p. CABINETS. corner cash. Cute, clean, '.one bedroom, heat; LE 7-7064. 3ctf KITCHEN m. 15c2 shelve.~ 1 book cases; birch, fir large living i;pom, kitchen wired --· EIRBY STEAL GEORGE PURDUE -,- Plumbing, or knotty pine; built to your 220, auto hot water, 3 ·piece Chevrolet Distributing THIS beautiful outfit cost $160 'Heating. New work, remodel- specifications; get the best fol' Jiath, utility room, lots 65x115. less-my prices are the lowest. Good location'. Call Ralph DeckFor The Best Deal Your Fuel Oil & Appliance but came back with only $49 ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, er, GR 4-9579. Dealer Opposite Postoffice due; defy you to tell it from 3ctf LE 7-5514. 3ctf McKINLEY HILL DISTRICT PUYALLUP, WASH. new; take ovcl" $5 monthly pay140th & Pacific LE 7-8624 BR 2-0734 3 BEDROOM older home it1 A-1 ments and get free home dem-. SANDERS - EDGERS - POLISHERS - HAND SANDERS • TH 5-1766 TH . 5-1332 SNAP ON TGOLS -'- • Johnny condition. Large living room, onstration. UPTON ELECTRIC BRIDE & GROOM SPECIAL SKIL SAWS • ELECTRIC DRILLS - CEMENT MIXERS - ETC. Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox separate dining room, eating 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. CO., 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 ALSO HAND TOOLS FOR RENT . 1-0856. 3ctf space in kitchen, lots of built- '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; 15c2 Oil Burner Service So. Park Ave. Family Portrait SMALLEY ins and storage, plastered in- wholesale prices. 15 Studios. RUl'vfMAGE SALE Faith Chapctf SERVICE ON ALL MAKES tel"ior, concrete foundation, gar- MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., Ace Dirt Moving Co. age, .!. te1· O.E.S.; 1111 So. '}'acoma 2 lots. Close to schools, ·bus LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, WE CUT GLASS WE CUT & LE 7-7398 303 Ea. 123rd Ce 1r1 . OV!ng O,. Avenue,,Sept. 23, 24, 25. 15c2 l~ctf and stores. Call Ralph Decker, G;undays. Bulldozing - Ditching TO SIZE THREAD PIPE BULLDOZING - DITCHING · . • GR 4-9579. TOP SOIL - GRAVEL , SMITHCABIN~T SHOP ~ Re1948 PONTIAC 2-dom· sedan> ·6 GRAVEL - TOP SOIL - SEPTIC USED DAVENO & CHAIR--Makes SEPTIC TANKS and ·~ modeling, kitchen cabinets; we TANKS - DRAIN FIELDS a good bed .. for two, $27.50. cylinder_; radio, hea.ter.'. defrostDRAIN FIELDS sell glass; 16309 S. Park. Spanel'; engme good; $12::i; LE 11750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup PAR~WAY FURNITURE, 14103 Phone TH 5-2452 6311 McKinley Ave. GR. 4-95'79 1247. 12c2 away; LE .7-7940. 3ctf Phone Puyallup TH 5-:H52 Pacific Ave., Open till 9:00 LE · · - Member of 'l'acoma Real Estate ·-· -----·-7-3841. 15c2 SEPTIC TAN1{ PUMPING - Re- FOUNDATI§NS-New additions; . Board FOR GOOD USED CARS, call TAP DANCING LESSONS. Beplace and repair work. 3 years ;...free esli1nates, financing; work Member Multiple Listing Service Anderson Chevron, Spanaway: ginning and advanced. Call Jim FOR SALE ~ Good wood hea~to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf ·. ,,____ L. 7-6<165. 12ct[ Nvlander, LE 7-0574. l5cLf l~~i.; sto;::e~ S_:10; cook stove as ~s EATONVILLE -· Colonial man· " $.,;VI 1- <3:J4. 15c2 . 3ctf TOP ~OIL and dirt; crushed sion, 5 bedrnoms, full base- 13--Farm Column IRENE WOLZ PIANO & HAM- ___ ,,_,, __ . - - - - - - - 9813 Pacific LEnox 7..7311 rock, Utah co~!; LE 7-3536, or ment, hot water heating, one MOND ORGAN STUDIO, 9995 CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers Puyallup .TH 5-2038. 3ctf acre be17utif.ull:r: 'landscaped.. Park Avenue, LE '7-0420; resitiill~a\ ~o:!!3r1 v loaded or we .haul; LE 7-7586 Owner will consider pa.rt trade . dence LE' 7-4051. 15ctf. ~ on two bedroom home m Park...,,,_ . . - - - . . . el ' 3ctf land. Call Mrs. Hughes, GR 4$FOR SALE Siegler hcrtters 0503. COMMERCIAL . 111 ' at Parkland Fuel Oil· Service; $500.00 DOWN Nice small 'l'he Franklin Pierce Educat.i011 Septic Tanks Cleaned LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. -·-INSTALLATIONS home on 2 lots. Price $:3,950. 1951 FORD Pick-up, %-ton; G 15ctf Association will hold the annual O. Bl.ACKLEY Terms. Call Mr. Vout, GR 4· new paint. This truck is potluck supper and fall social in CORNELL LE 7-4343 LE 7-7882 0503. , above 3:.vcragc in every \Vay. SAVE$$$$ 195"7 MERCURY N!:o11tclair the high school cafeteria Monday, Plumbing & Heating 90-FT. FRONTAGE 011 Spanaway Terms or trade. RUGS or wall-to-wall carpeting; Sept. 23, at 6:30 p.m. -;TAK'S SUPER, SOIL SERV. Lake: Gcod · 3 l:iedroom hon1e. LE 7-7293 town sedan. Full power, Mohawk,· Bigelow, Hightstown, $499 This affair will be . a welcome ICE: Top soil, sandy loam. peat Large• garden, fruit trees and Barwick, U name it. Guaranteed automatic; back-up lights; fe;·tilber; GR 4-2305 or LE 7be.rries. .Parli;-like setti11g. Call to the new :m,embe1·s of the facCUSTOM HAY BALING - LE :l,951 PONTIAC Chieftain 4° installaticn by experts. Nothing u1 ty and a11 attractive program 8259. · 3ctf Mrs. McCo!!um, GR 4-0503. 7-8375. 3ctf w/w; automatic greaser; deor. Radio, heater, back-up down, 36 months to pay (Bank -- ---·10 ACRES ne~r Roy Small has been arranged by the colight, automatic. This is a tinted glass; booster fa11; FOUNDATIONS, additions, reTerms).· Gel' a hid.-·you'll bs chai!:rr1en, Lila Boynton and home, 3-pc. bath, grfod welL perfect car in every way. WELL DRILLING l;llodeling. Free estimates. FinCall. Mrs. Hughes, GR 4-0503. glad you did! Quality hirniture !-Ielei1. 1rurner. liZ Iii window washer; rear end Terms or trade. This week ancing, no. do{vn payment. LAH.G<E 3 ~bedroon1 fa1nily hon1e~ on same terms. PARKWAY only. beautifier, This is my per· :Phone .GR .4-7000 anytime.. 3ctf 1,ivin.g ·rc0111, dir1i11g roo1n, full = = FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific $459 basei11e..rtt, fur~ac~. ht?aHng. smml car-wi). ]take best "'. JE'l'S Bud~et H~~ring Per Feed Dollar. Ave., LE 7-3941. OPEN 'I'ILL SEPTIC TANKS & WATER e .SUBMERSIBLES Price $8950. Call Mrs, Burge· 1949 FORD 4-Door. 8. Radio, ''Use'j' Notice is hereby given that the 9:00,. '15ctf car. offered for equity. LINES INSTALLED. Rile:y ~ CENTRIFUGALS 5011.. hee.t.m" This is wav above •• . , • ...._,,. ., .....,-- ,,. n.n..-.1"7 1- .... ~ .. ..I -£ n: .. --.1..- .. - U!. _1~ T"!.~----Triangle Fa."'!!l ?!*~Yen F.ee~g: uuc1 V.!. .1...1.!.J. c:....t,VJ..:.. J: .t'.iol".Qt.!18rS. rnone .un. J. .. u;,o • {)r . @TURBINES 5 A.CRES - 2 bedroom home, average. Terms or trade. LE. 7 -3204. . 3ctf County School District No. 324 nea;r Rey ·-y, ga1"age, . chicken $269 Parker Paint~ .C~lf 7~1281 shall c:c:r1duct a special , !.!.teet!11g house. Price $9000,. tenns. Call AERIF'Y'ING & FERTILIZING; Sept. 20 at 8:00 p.m. at the LacMr. Clark, GR 4-0503. ~ive your. laVE>n, treat; . JU 8~hllrsing Home a~~ntt1 LEVEL ACRE ~ Bulldbg _sites al'l1.as sch.col. This notice is sub . . 2111. Sctf dose in. Call Mr. Clark, GR 410816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395 mitted as required by Chapte? 0503. l'lOTOVATING . & TRACTOR 216, Laws of 1953 of the State & Seed Co. LICENSED NURSES ON WClR.K; Rt.. 3, Bo~ 167, Tacoma .';H619 cPACIFIC. AYEN of Washington. Ave. LE 7-4888 DUTY 2'1-HOURS A DAY 14660 Pacific pli;:eiineY-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 S P @¥i#1W¥#¥'*h##M¥·M*¥11M ::!h~:;H:?}~; ;:~'..}:::,:·;-:}'. . : ~ ;~,;t;L ;;~· GR 4.-0503 8234 Pacific A 'l>'e. G .. H. Erickso11>, Clerk. 1 ., ; i•'c ir' "' ,... ,y '' · e.;J il)k'. . . 3ctf t; '

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Home .From Trij) Mrs. Pisar is. home . from her trip to Home, Kangas, feeling much better thai1 v~hen she left. Sick List Mrs. Maxine Gilliardi has been ill the past two weeks. Hei; son and ·aaughte~ _are keeping up \vith the wmk E!,t the gcrage while sha is. convalescing. . VacatiQn' Ends The Clarence Kramers are home after a pleasant summer vacatio;,. at Ketchikan, Alaska. .Karl . Sailer · and his . sister, Mrs. ;Edith -Youri,g, have returned to· their hoine in California after spending their summer vacation at the old tfamily home at Elbe. _'Visitors Last Thursday Mrs. Pearl }i:ngel very much appreciated a brief visit from. Mr. and Mrs. Big Paint Job . George Justic_e. ·of Roseburg, Mr.· and Mrs. Bruce Painter Oregon. F1fty-nme years ago Mrs. have done a big ·painting jbb the Engel, then Ivliss .Pearl Edwards, past week. They painted their big was the teacher of the little house by brush in this short "Dew D.rop". log school at Elbe tlme. Once painted gray, the and Lottie Hill (now Mrs. Justice) was o.ne of her pupils in the second grade. The couple stopped here when homeward bound from a vacation trip and the two wom.en enjoyed sharing remembrances of the past. Mr. and Mrsc Harrolds of Olympia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos LaRoche last week; also Mrs. Ada .Dow and her daughter Meriel. The Dow home, more recently occupied by Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert. Kelly, burned several weeks ago ·while the Kellys were vacationing at the beach.

The ne"t regular meeting of Rodger Lunde Post and Auxiliary VFW will be held. Monday, Sept. _23. .This meeting will be the annual ·Gold Star Mothers tea and will be held with the Parkland ]?est and Auxiliary Amerkan Legjon at Sunshine hall at 7:30 p.m. All Gold Star mothers of this area are cordially invited to attend'.. If transportation is needed, .please call LE 7-4639 on fylonday.

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Two weeks ago Svinth picked under full swing at the Paradise· . . . up a 5-7. Barbara Gibson had a Bowl With five leagues hangmg at. 5-7, while Wannita Anderson had the pins every week. Most. of tho 2-7. Arlene Bennett, howe:..er, leagues feature four girls to a showed. everyone the way by Leam and ten teams in the lea- converting a 6-7-10 into an 11 gue. casy" spare. In the Thursday noon Hi-Low Eleanor Jones shot an even league Lil Svinth picked up the 200 in the Rolling Bee Bowling tbp series and individual game league and finished with a 482 highs with 469 and 183 respect- series to take up top honors. In ively two weeks ago while Wanda the ~ame. league . the folli;nving Geoi·ge rolled the "to'i:i" three-game.. 'spiits ;;;;;,;;, picired up: Pearl Dai~ score last week with an even mer 5-7-9, Betty Bliss 5-7, Lily 500. The 500-trund] er rolls for Parkinson 3-7, Harriet Peters 5thc Brav Floo1· Company. 7, Elta Peyton 5-7 and Auric! High singles honors last week Johnson '1-5-7. in the Hi-Low league were Men's leagues have just begun garnered by Cele Bagley of their annual firing which Won't Spanaway Exchange with 198. commence till next May. StandSplits picked up were by the ings will be poslec.l in the Timesfollowing: Lucille Smathers 3-10; Journal from week to week Pat Nelson 2-7; and Alice Larson starting next Thursday which 1-5-10. will include the Junior leagues.

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Coach Ed Niehl's Bethel Braves a ]most defended their West Central Jf.1mhoree fo1· ,larger schools last Friday but were upended in the championship game by Peninsula's Seahawks 5.. 0 at Fife. The Braves displayed a potent offens~. last week against Peninsula and White River. Particularly •against the Hornets, did the Bethel offensive weapons blossomed as the Braves pummeled the Whitt" River outfit 12-0. GMy Gi·cg'g; junior fullback, te.1licd both touchdowns on a 2yard plunge and a 24-yard pass from Tom Jones. Coach Niehl was generally satisfied with the overall · perofrmance of his squad but feels the offense will need work in this· week's drills. The Braves supttered somewhat against the Seac hawks in the game decider. Nichl praised the work of left guard Carl Schriver who was in on at least 50 per cent of the tackles. On defense Schriver plays the middle linebackjng post. The Beth,el mentor also singled out ends Dale Nielsen and Calvin Christoph as well as Gregg, the fullback. Bethel looks for the Eatonville Cruisers to be the choice before the league play starts while also fearing the defending champs. Peninsula. The Cruisers win the "small school version" of the West Central jamboree at Eatonville with John Ratko's 81yard punt return. . The 13'ethel reserves make their first start Sept. 23 by hosting the Eatonville reserves. Coach Jack Justice will be handling the reserves as well as aiding Nichl on the varsity. •

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This wccl'i'. we'd like t0 extend n belated note of congratulations to our old friend Harold E. Christensen, a warrant oflicer out at lhe Alaskan Air Command Liaison at the MATS Air Terminal. A couple of weeks baek Harold took away $1,000 prize money for lm1ding the champ salmon at the Westport Derby. His fish hit the scales at '18 pounds, 14 ounces. He landed the fish in 43 minutes.

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Franklin, Pierce's Cardinals \vill make their home debut tomorrow evening when they meet the Puyallup Vikings at 8 p.m. The Cards have one victory undter their hclts while the Viks suffered an opening season loss. The Vikings were thumped by the powerful Olympia Bears 28-6 at Olympia last Friday. Only a short distance a way the Cards in the meantime were getting past the North Thurston Rams 14-7 in a non-league . football gnm0. Friday night's encounter '1narks the ouening game in the Puget Sound League for both teams. The other teams- in the Puget Sound also make their league

Pacific Lutheran (h-idders Begin Opening FooibaU DriHs Pacific' Lutheran's. Evergreen candidates for the Lutheran Conference football team opened squad. Harsh is busily working drills Monday as Coach Marv the Lutes into shape since they Harshman welcomed 12 letter- got a late start due t() a faculty men back as well as several score rctrc'1t at La1rn V!ilderness. of other hopefuls. The Lutes open Calisthenics, wind sprints, September 28 against the CPS scrimmaging an\f the learning of Loggers at the CPS athletic field. <plays arc on· the docket for the One new development is the remainder of the week. shifting of Tommy Gilmur to halfback for the first . time in his ® famed ~ute cai'eer. Th.e PLC • Coach will attempt to give Ar- ,

Football, high school style, r;ot underway with a big bang Friday night around the state. Most teams with the exception of the Seattle city schools were battling away at one another across the broad expanse of the Evergreen State. Franklin Pierce got ·off to a ! successful start with a sound H.-7 win over the North Thurston Rams 14-7. The Cardinals get down to serious business this Fr.iday evening when league play commences. Puyallup's Vikings supply the opposition on the Parkland prep field. Bethel failed in its attempt to trrkc its scdmd straight ti tic in · the 'west Central Jamboree but served notice as being an outstanding contenders for the league title. Eatonville ·and Peninsula will be the teams that the · Braves. will have to beat. · The Puget Sound League of which Franklin Pierce is a membei· shapes up to be a wide open struggle since the Clover Park looked not too impressive in Tacoma's Grid-Go-Round when they lost to, Stadium in the finals. But the Wa1·riors, defending champs, have a habit Marv H;rrshman of looking like a different team Ph o. t o b y "l.nC K c'ven wpen things get serious. Renton blasted Foster 32-6 lington Sohpohomore John Jacwhile· using their first team only obson a full chance to make good a quarter• Friday night at Ren- .at the signal calling post. ton. They look mean and are coThe Lutes need halfbacks thus fa vorites with th~ Warriors ac- causing the hopeful att<;>mpt for cording to the grid forcasters. A Jacobson at quarterback. Gilhost of fast backs aid the Indian mur, quarter]Jack sensation for cause. Enumclaw also looks like three yenrsJ is a good runner a pre-season terror since they and a tough defensive man which beat a highly regarded Bellevue will be a big help to Harsh in his team 19-7 on their home field in halfback pro bl ems. their opener. The Lutes lost Galen Nusbaum 13ut PuHnJa11 '3 GrGyhounds did and Jack Newhart among others tho most celebrating of any from last -season's tean1 in the team around the state Friday backfield. Jacobson has a good y.'hen they ext.ended their win- reputation as a passer and probning streak to thirty games by ah l y will give the Lutes a chance boating Moad 2G-12. The Grey- to fill the backfield hole with hounds, hov1.1 evCr, are not fay .. :Gilmur. oxed .to ltceop it up this •. year. John Fromn:1· is the other· re• A. wide. open race· for the turning veteran besides Gihuur mythical title is anticipated in the secondary. F1·011mi, na· tional javelin champ, plays the fullback slot and is one of the Lute's main hopes for a successful -season. Captain Lynn Calkins and standout Dick Godwin from last year were among the vpening day

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Men's leagues, juniors and mixed competition is in full swing at '.Paradise Bowl. The men have been striking the hardwood for three weeks ar;u the youngsters ·started . ... ·last Saturday. . . Bob Sep1ch took the high senes and the individual game . honors in the Parkland Lions Junior League play Saturday morning: Sepich rolled a 173-167-194 534 to take the lead. Gary Rihtarich was runner-up with a 520 series with a 186 top game. In the same league in girl's competition, Linda Neeley took the high series with 37 4 aiid Sandy Clark had a 140 fol' top game of the Saturday's play. In the Parkland Bantam Jimmy Brnu rolled a 200 series and tied with two others for individual high with 105. Dexter Beckstead and Steve Heidel were the other bowlers with 105 single games. On the gids' side of the ledger Janice Orshal led with 81 for the top two game score while Janet Knipe had a 48 for individ.ual game high. The Men's leagues for the past two weelrn has seen several high scores over 600 and game highs of well over 200. In the Graham Mixed · league V'l alt Crosetto racked up a 603 bassd en 200212-193. Joan Elston led the ladies with a prodigious 204 game and a thre.e game tally of 534 in the same mi::;:ed league. Top honors for two . \\'.eeks ago went to Har1-y Vfeelan foi•' the

performer his feat in the Parkland Builders circuit. Lyle Lewis won the personal crown for last week in the Parkland Merchants . h a 5 67 b ase d o n 196 -147 - 204. wit . . 1 Roy Marshall had t.1e smgle high game of 21'1. Ken Pottle has dominated individual honors in the Commercial League for the last two Tuesday evenings. Pottle roll\!1g for the Times Journal, rolled .a 598 series last week and two weeks ago took the single game award with a 211. Ted Friesz's 232 and Dick Devereaux's 561 have· been other highlights in the Tuesday Commercial.

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YOU MUST ACCEPT THE .RESPONSUJ!LlfY FOR THEIR SAFETY! Evert11·thou9h we teach our

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stalls in ihe'ii.vy t1·affic. Have Y'?ur ·cm· safety-checked now!

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g1 ADOPT CAUTION AS YOLJR CONSTANT COMPANION: Them. is no such thing as being too careful when you drive. Alvvays , exercise extre1ne care . . . don't be too su:r~ the child on the sidewalk will not suddenly d~rt across the street. You may be obeying the laws, hut someone else may be careless. ?;:;

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'CoHins p..TA To Meet Tonight

These dens meet after school one ~' llll!!lftl.. night each week and the Pack @! Ir"" · ~'fh!illiiHilg meeting is held the last Friday · of each month at the Methodist The first falf meeting of Col~tart~ n,~~gr"1J~ c~.urch .in Puyallup to sho:"___ what lins P-TA will be held this ~ o:1 Ir V ill~~!! tli:ey J::iave done at their Den (Thursday) evening at 8:00 Woodland P-TA held the first meetings during the morith and o'clock in the school gym. Presi· meeting of the season Friday to receive anyawards that arc dent. Robei't Iufer will preside. Fishing Trip evening, Sept. 13, the highlight due. Ken, Bill and Clarence Otto, being a reception for the teachThey are. planning a roller ers. Principal Fred Sutter intro- skatin'g part:( in Octo~_er,. date along with seven companions, duced the 13 teachers of which not yet set. Any boys· ill Wood- tried their luck at Westport last seven are new this ye~r. land interested in · joilling the week. They brought home a recSeveral items of business were ,Pack should contacCMr. LeBlabc ord catch of salmon, sea bass decided at the business session. or one cif the Den Mothers. They and flounders. George Hopkins was elected 2nd are work.ing to get a Pack ba"k in Surprise Shower vice president by unanimous _the Woodland area again. · ·The regular meeting of the Lydia Circle of Trinity Lutheran vote. P-TA dues were reduced Farrell-Williams to 75c per pE;rson or $1.25 per Miss Marilyn Velma.. Farrell of church, held last Tuesday evecouple. The budget recommend- Tacoma, daughter of Mrs .. Velma ning at the home of Mrs. R: Saed by the executive board was Swallander Farrell of the Wood- asen, fe-atured a surprise stork passed. Mrs. Royce Bayda was land pioneer family, and Harvey shower for Mrs. George Garriappointed inside publicity chair- Ray Williams of Almira, Wash- son after the program. Many man,replacing Mrs. Barbara ington, were united in marriage lovely gifts were received. Haynes who had. resigned. Mrs. Saturday, Sept. 7, at Bethany Home From Trip Kathrine Grass was appointed Presbyterian church in Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neff and chairman of a committee to in- Janet Swallander of Woodland, a family have returned from a. twovestigate possibilities of buying rousin of the bride, was one of weeks trip to North Dakota. a curtain for the gym stage with the candle bearei•s, Both bride They also visited Glacier Park, money left in the P-TA treasury and groom ·are juniors at Wash- Coulee dam and the .Garrison from last year. ington State college at Pullman. dam. ·Reporter - Mrs. Harold BurgeThe carnival date was set for Birthday Nov:·· 16. Willard Haese], chairToni Ruyle celebrated her 11th son, LE 7-7640. man.of the ways and means com- birthday Saturday, Sept. 7, at a mittee, will be in charge of the luncheon at her home, followed carnival and dinner. If he calls by games. Those present were on you for help, don't let him Marilyn Elsdon, Diane Fox, Susy \ J "j down. Better still, call at McDaniels, Shirley. Westmar;, \ f Puyallup TH 5-1863 and pick the Joan Ge.ddes,_ Becl.·ry and Jams ~ .e!° j _~J~. i'/ ? job you'd like. But hurry - it Carlson, Bonnie Murdock, Stev~~ 1'~ -::::::::::... takes weeks of planning and lie'll en Stokesberry, Gary Challender, ~11fll·lf'l'-I{ 11 l I !1 I\\\\\'\~ have committees organized soon. Paul Denny, Tommy Higgins, It was voted to take ai poll at Johnny Harbor and Verna RADIANT El.EC TR I C the October meeting to see which Strangland from Puyallup. Toni BASE B 0 ARD H JE ATER S night of the week is preferred by ,received many lovely gifts. . the maj~rity for the monthly PThe 112th St. Booster club of' ost \i\ heating c;oiutortTA meetmg. Woodland will hold the first fall for the~. the only way! Mr. Hoggatt's 5th g;ade room meeting this (Thurs(\ay) evening 'Eletiro·Rll':f ~ won the room count. with 1.9 par- at the Gordon David home on 1: Pdsitive Solely Guorcl ents present and will receive $2 Grebe road. New members are 2. Sealed heotin9 unit from the P-TA to bny something welcome and urged to attend to 3. Ins.ton! heat 4 · Noiseles$ for the room. , start the new year's activities. -The P-TA wishes to thank the Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullins, :· g:~~en Clemens Furniture Store in Puy- Puyallup TH 5-8621. Safe allup for the portable TV they 8. Heollhfvl, even heat loaned for the ·entertainment of q &!¥ & '&&&&hi 9~ Convec;tion heating the children during the P-TA 10. Radian! healing meeting. . • 11. No Nopipes · . 12. duels Cub Committee ,, · '!3. No chimney needed The leader, Den Mothers and FARM FRESH 14. Econom!cal to operate officers of Cub Scout Pack 91 of 15. Low inslollotion cost ·which two dens are in W~od· HOMOGENIZED AND 16. Guaranteed six years ~and, held the committee meet11'ASTFURIZED MIU~ L!SlED WITH UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORY mg Sept. 12 at the home of Leader Armand LeBlanc to start AND CREAM # reorganization of the Pack for ICE CREAM the year. Den Mothers of the Woodland dens present were Phone GR 2-3301 Mrs. Art Harbor (Den 8) and Mrs. Sarah Ferguson (Den 1).

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