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THURSDAY, SEP':CEMBER 26, 1837

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The Canyon Road Pbyschool wiil start its fall session Tuesday. October 8, at the Canyon Hoad Community hall, 82nd and Canyon road. Applications are slill being taken. The age limiL is three to five years. There it a tuition fee of $4.50 per month for the first child and $2.25 for each additional child. School will operate every Tuesday and VVednesday from 9:00 a. m. until 11:30 a. m. Mrs. Kathy Coates, who has had a groat deal of experience with children of these ages, will be tli~ teacher_ All mothers interested are asked to attend the mothers meeting at 8:00 p. m. Oct. 3rd at the home of Mrs. Rita Pruitt, 5104 East 80th street, or call Tacoma, LE 7-7614 or Puyallup TH 5-5353.

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Susan S\vBnson, Publicity The American Legion Auxiliary of Pdrkland Post 228 held it.s rc!glllar business n1eeting at Sunshine hall- Sept. 12 with .a good attendance. Mrs. James Linder gave the first reading of the amendments to the constitution, with two to follow before the vote. All members are urged to hear them. The Auxiliary joined with Roager Lunde VFW Post for a recention for the Gold Star mother~ at Sunshine hall Sept. 2·3. Mre: 'I'ed Wormald has offered a very old large flag to be used in Navy Day services Oct. 20. Mrs: Arthur Hart, Mrs. Bertha Bailey and Mrs. Henry Swanson a tt<ended sessions of j;he Mental Health conclave Sept. 2Q at Wells hall. Juvenile delinquency was discussed before a large crowd. Dr. Garrett Heyns, newly appointed director of state institutions; delivered an address and a veiled 'Non1an v.;as interviei.ved a's a delinquent .. Tea was served. Mrs. Hart was invited to represent the American Legion as a monitor: Please; every n 1ember plan to be at the meeting this (Thursd_ay) evening at 8:00 p. m. at Sunchine hall to help get our program for community service and child welfare rolling.

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'l"he- first. f.'"!_lJ rn.P.cting of Collins P-TA vvas held in the school gym lc~st ThUrsday eveninu ¥.rith R-.;bert IufGr, p:cesident, pres~ding. Con1mittee chair1n0n for the LEnm' 7 -0323 con1i?.1g year are: Inspiration, Mrs. Doyle; telephone, Nellie Saasen: member• ship, Ruth Nestegard; public.ity, · Minnie Ell; exceptional child, JV!~~'.'.8 Cardey end June Baker; Tots club, Ella Mac Erle; social, Audrey Roley; spiritual, :Mrs. E. Ca::-r1pbell; sEnshine, Mrs. Fred Most; hospitality, Mrs. Paul Tomchick; magazine, Mrs. Lamont Pulley; Boy Scouts, Frank Selk; school board, Matt Manley; teenage, 11rs. Mulkins. Executive board 111cmb0rs vvere hostesses for the evening, a beautiful cake marlrnd ,'Vlelcome Teachers" being served at the coffee hour. Dave Turnbull, the prin:::ipal, int~·oduced the teach-

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Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Frank Most celebrated their 55th wedding annivsrsary Sept. 6. TVisi-tors Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shc1'mnn from Ni.issouri have been visiting at i:he home of Mr. and Mrs. George Shandrow. Sympathy Deepest sympathy is extended MYSTERY - While there is still no clew as to the exact identification of foe chject found N!onday on the property o! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Corbett on Knohle .road, those who have seen it to Mrs. Goldie Merrill on the death of her sister last v;eek. are positive that it decidedly is not from outer space. l\frs. Cera Williamson, fishing in ·the CorReporter - Mrs. Harold Burgebetts' lake, first discovered the hcnp of nylon or silk fabric and notified ttie Corbetts, who investi- son, LE 7- 7610. gated and found what apparently had been a hellu m filled balloon irited<>•·, blown to bits when it had floated into very high altitudes. Printed signs on either side of .the bag !Jore the name "Carter" Monday - Chicken rice soup, and there was also an identification lahel "KYTOON' Trade Ma•k USA, No. 8000." it is thought Faith Assembly of Rainbow for and crackers, egg salad sandthat the balloon had been used for some sort of advertising and may have 'di-ifted hundreds of \vich, cake square, milk miles fi·om ho1ne base. Sho,vn above examining the "what-is-it?'-'_:- ~re, left to right_: R:Jbert Cor- Gori'! will hold a car wash Sattu·Tuesday Beef stew wilh bett, son of the older couple; Raymonjl Kuper, their small gra!)dson, and Mrs. Robert Kuper, day, Sept. 28, from lO:O~ a. m. till 6:00 p. m. at three service stavegetables, baking powder bistheir daughter. , Mci{ewen Studio Photo tions of the area. cuits, fruit, milk. Barb Dugger wi:ll be chairman Viednesday Chili with of the group working at Adolph's crackers, carrot sticks, lettuce ~L~A'\~" ·l.~~lll.Jl;l!t'llO' u~li~~ ~r~mi!dif!l To Richfield service at 112th and sandwich, cookie, milk Park; Sharon Hanson at Avitt's Thursday - Potato chips, hot E'@ll~ ~. L~l'l'g~d k games party "':ll bde hpeld .. Franklin Pier.cc nip-.,ht ..classes Shell Service at 133rd and Paci" dog, green beans, Jello with whip !f ~""' H'.!u l&JHu;u . l{;j Oct. 11 -~Y Rodger Lun e ost will meet Monday even;ng at fie avenue; Sally Hanson at cream, milk. . ~ and.Auxiliary, VFW", at the h;me 7:00 o'clock in the high school. Clark's Gas Land, 166th and PacFriday - W.E.A Institute. of Mr. a":d Mrs. Arthur Nef1 011 . Two more wom211 are needed ific avenue. ·' J """ Golden Given road. The. net pro- to enroll in the s2wh1g and taill~Mxilkuy R~mmage Bcginning Monday morning of ceeds to go to the bow:mg tei'm oring class to reach the miniCANYON ROAD • • • Ni9~1t this week, food retailers through- for the ·.purchase of" shirts. Both mum required; classes will be Sponsored by ·the Tacoma out King, Pierce, Kitsap and of the teams are orf to a good scheduled on Wednesday .nights Tlie Auxiliary of the Parkland Quota club_, a games night will part3 of Snohomish counties are stai·t for the season. . . , instead of Monday. Volunteer Fire Department will IP now charging a ten-cent service On Oct. 14 the Auxiliary will Office machines and book- be held at the South Tacoma hold a rummage sale Oct. 3, 4 ~.n,~,., "ti'1i'Yff~ ·:~mnru'.ilr~ Saturday, . fee for check cashing. host th~ 3rd District Encamp- keeping will be enrolled during Community Center Ji\".;>' ~ - t.imi.1.>a~~§ ~ aEd 5 at the fire hall. Anyone . The action was taken by food men~ . with Mrs. Ione Johm.on, the fall quartet· only, so eilroll Sept. 28, beginning at 8 o'clo.ck. Ted Mildon of 60th and Fair- retailers after a series of meet- presidmg. vvis~1ing to conli'ibule is asked to Many attractive prizes have been now. phoDG l\irs. Larson, LE '1-37:37, or vic,..1,;,,,'1. ~~-hotJe c~ick~ns 'von: t.h~ in~s held tO consider possible solI\1un nnd "\Ve men n1·e cf~1·ed the donated and the public is invited. 0 r~;:i"s. J\1Ioc. LE7 -5 703, fur pick-up. egb la:ymg contest ~n the P1e1c~ ut10ns. to the problem of ever18!1.llffet Dmtrfliillell' chance to make a c(tbmct or Proceeds will go to the Tacoma Count~r 4-H F:.:ur, \'.O!: .a R.ed on n1ounting check ex_pense. . othor artit:les in the '\Vood shop Reha bilita tio.n Cen ler. them m open competition _m the "Currently, about 65 percent I;y •Chapter O:E.S .. will s~rve class. Drh·e Safely - Save a Life! Vvestern Vvashington Fall" He of all checks are cashed in food then· annual buffet dmne;· vt:l1·---·----------G~we·~ Meell'k~g • also won a Blue, two Reds and stores. The handling cost to the day, Sept. 29,_ from l:P:O to 5:00 W nllcr Rof:lcd Grange vvill b2 (!;;i;ch:l!'1 S two Whites on his 4-H garden . . f l. h ck vei·ages nt the Fem H1l.I Masomc Tc·1.111.)!c, 1 , _ reta11er o -, _eac 1 c e a _ -~ tr lcc:ist to the Pierce County ~ . . . . . . . ~ -\nogetablcs. . . 17 '12 cents," Campbell xeported. 31th a~u •. S°,1:1tl; P.ark. 1'~r•., an~ Nqtice is hereby givon that the ~~ Sometimes the lloY.'er cl the~ Floyd Afrank, also of .60th. and "Tl.. · .. · .1· . · ;• ·t . h·.. · ~!' •c· • h d · }•(r~, .. ]Jlnrnry i'Jugmaclus,-, · g°'"'·'''"''.r Board . of . Direc(rn·s of. Piere[) Grange Gavel '1nccUng Jvfond:1y, ., ... . . ·'· . ~ . . . . . ·. . . • . . . . ·.···• . .· ie vo ume.o (0 e,,s .. as '!' . ...• ·.. ..... . . ·t· ·d· ··•·b ····.· ·· .. ·' ···. · ... ··• ···• · · · ········· ··· 7 .•·.All.. Grnngers. ::;re.. .u.rged § fD.mhy ;--.t11:rn~.-- ,,~ut, "to . -1lc · a-§ '-Fffir~v~ie_1\\ w.on _two Reds and.----9,. ·;. in-' £00d sto'res_ :has: iri'Creased -111.~re c11a1r111€n,_ : ~.~e ass1s e - Y CJ.n Co;nty School --Distr~ct 1'1'-0 .- '~~2 O.ct. to attend, The location is the ~ Wlntc on his_ pho~ography. B~th than 50 percent since banks be- able. com~'.Lee. . ., . sha:ll conduct a special meetmg, ~ Bloommg Idiot. Community hall, 64th and Waller ~ --·-------~ hclong .to Rwcrs1dc L\cH, with gan closing f01• weekends. Each Mis. Wilham Ne1 bonne, Wo;:J1y to be heid on the 30th day of road. ~ !"JO Y'oARS of c:xnccrience and ~ Mr. Braden as leader. week the number of customers' Matron, and Roy Dow ~;-gl September, 1957, at the hour of ~ ;ill the latest ~1odcrn shoe ~ . Going East . . checks hrmdlcd by food retailers Y'~;·th~ Pafron, exten~; a cors 1'.'._ 2:00 p. m., in _the office of the ~ rcpnu· cqu1pmcmt for l::st, ~ , The Wayne Afrank family will goes higher. i~v:t.at.ion . to. the puh.:c. "Rc."e Treasurer of Pierce County, for ~ i.;uarantced 24-hour service.~ bn returning to West Vir"inia "'I'h" .t t·· . ··t· ·al s'111cc \at.ions fm g1oups ma;, b~ me.de the purpose of selling the gener~ s : . . . b • IS SI ua Jon JS Cll IC by calling GR 2-8194. . . . ' . . ,, - v'our s110es can b e I!~ whe1 e they spent the. summe.1 Ll1 e g·rocop• al. obhgat10n bonds \ oted m.. said ~~. NO \v o bu'"ii_i •• . css - operates on . ~ rdinh;hcd in original co~or ~ and wher: Mr. Afrank JS present- a margin of less than one per. . 11..1• !I.. d1:tnct on._tl1c 21st day of May, ~ or changed to your ch01ce ~ ly emplo~·ed. cent of gross sales. Check handGames n!9~-d' 19,)7, election. ~ of color, only ........ $1.75 ~ In Hospital ling costs have for some time The Benston Grange and AuxThis notice is submitted as re~ . § Willard Panchot of East 8'1th been taking too big a bite from iliary will hold a games night in quired by Chapter 216, Laws ~f ~SAVE up lo 90•,;. - Used and ~ street a;nd Canyon road has been this :;mall operating margin." the. Grange hall Saturday eve- 1953, of the State of Washing'~~ ca r:bll~~ldt lmm1i",_ sho~rs: tbootsd& confined to a Tacoma hospital "Food retailers are glad to ·.ning, Sept. 28, b8ginning at 8:30. ton. .c JC"> ,., pc1 cc con l- ~ • I l H , h · f . h I h. · t · ' S tion. ~ vvtt 1 a stro ie ererns oping or provide c ec \. cas 1ng services o Tuiarie Rose i.vill be in ci.1arge. Louise D. Lynd ~ ~ a speedy recovery. , he Panchots their customers. The problem There will be good prizes and Clerk, Board of Directors ~LADIES Angel-Moes, washable, ~ will celebrate their golden wed- they confron,t'is that check hai;d- lunch; the public is invited. School District No. 402 ~ cushion insoles, pair ... 99c ~ ding anniversary in-.Novcmhcr. ling costs have built to a pomt Call us for ~ where the food retailer can no ~ §l~ • pick-up and ~ PA u L'S s Ho ES ~ Beard Meetimi 9 longer absorb them. . 19ikl delivery §~ Spn.naw. ay ~ Th c executive . b f p I "Rather than stop this u:;eful . . iii oarc1 o art. h . t' service. h 1 PTA •. 11 ~ Clon:>d 1::>Un. ,e;, holidays only S 1 d p t t service, or, as anot er a 1te1 na 1ve, Now With a 100 ~ !:' an resc oo . v.i mec a · . . f cl t ·1 h ~ Open Fri. Niles Till 7 .p.m. S S·OO T ~ rl , t t raise pnces,. oo re a1 e~·s ave Car Free Parking ~ > • - "' ,.., •) ~ • p. m. u.,s. nJ' 0 c .. 1. ' a set this policy of chargmg ten ~ I hone Li.<, 1-6,"97 ~ the home of Paul Larson, 149 cents for each check cashed," Lot right next S · d. · ~1;..r..rFJ..FJ...r;.r.r.FJH..*',,.._p;';;;.r..rJ..rJ;;;..;...~ East 121st street. , Carnpbe11 exp1a1ne door.

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Teacher: "Willie, tell me, was Support Your Blood Bank lie, follo\nd by gnrhes ·with priz- George \rV:J.sh1ilg:tc,n a so]dier or (:'3 and rei'reshrilents. 'fhE· pu b1ic n sailor? Mcu~tll!ihli View 'Wilhe: "He was a soldki'." js- illvittd to cOu1e Und set:> \vhiit 1 v.~ith five ot'iu::r Grange~ nt \\ 8si--~ WOODL'\ND .. ' • Teacher: ··•rell us '\\'hY you it n1eans-~o -·be u-- Grfinge_ ~H.:i:nher. Washington Fah· and pbced 'Tbe Grauge .Ail~ilia1-§ fueets t.hh1k so.~' ''4.-.~~~~l foi1rth on the booth and second Thur:;tlay, Sept. 2G, l:ot a sick 'Willie: "I snw a picture of him on the mixed fruit display. CUSTOM MEAT lunch' and to m:1ke pbns for a cr.o"~~ing the DeJ11\va1·e --- flnd Fi·uitl.'.11'd Grnngtl rr1ernbers di.·:;~ luncheon Oct. :~l. anybody who'd ··staml up in a CUTTiNG cussed the six r;J•ange booths rcnvbont ain't no sailor.)) Hcn11-Italch L;cker Beef Available 1\ic:hurd R0t;d and Douglas during the: lCCturc hour or the Hiss Goldie Henn, chughter of Berg·stron1, members of Ever- 1·cgular 1ncctjng Friday, Sey1L. 20, Buy lT. S. Savin2·s grt·en P·-1'-"1., \vere on the Junior IVIrs. Olga Fisher, lectnrt.n· bud Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henn, and RosBonds· Chumpionship Poullry Judging obtuined a point-J;y:point scoring coe Bnlch of Dayt:on, Wdsh., are team at lbe V{eslern Washing- sheel; from the judges and it to be nia1·ried Saturday 'f_•ve11ing, 0 ton Fuir and Douglas wa~•third was interesling to note how the Sept_. 28, nt the Pioneer Baptist Trovar&i"s Ji.iriior .•, hight'st individual in the c.ontest.. different groups scored on vari· e:lnirch on Puyallup. Reporter-Mt·s. .J. C. Mullins. Roberla Reed, also of Ever- ety, quality, quantity and arBEAUTY SHOP l green 4·H, was an alternate on rangemenl. During these meeting Puyalh\p 5~$621. the Senior Poult.r:/ Judging 'Lean;, ihe Charter ,;,,as <lr~ped for Clai•a = COMPLETE '" = LArq:woon CENTER JU s.4rn1 = BEAUTY SER.VICJii. = SpedaI;,;ng Jn Children's Shoes I Mike Wade entered his lwo. Shankenberg and J. E. H0nd= 82371/:i Park Ave. GR 4-3177 m 706 St. HELEN'S AVE, MA 7-6318 SAFE~ <lnroc Jei·sey so"vs at tl~e fnir: ricks, -both inenihers \vho pa~~ed ~m•••==ama~ssm~a~~~aa~ ~~~~~~~~~~~"Appleway Red" received the away recently. Grange Master Championship and a blue ribbon "Mitch Milne appointed a comCOUNTY o'n Fitting and Sho,ving; "~ed rilunity 'scrv·.ice coTn~ni~tee coll"' Princess," mother of "Appleway sisting of Myra Geddes, Maude Red," received a blue and a i·cd Swalandei-, Margaret Mullins and FOR FALL Weekly ribbon. · Emest Templin. FKBRE FLO'WER Garbage Collections Booster Club The next meeting of Fruitland CLASSES Phone LE 7-8688 'I'he 112th Booster club of Grange Oct. 5 will be Booster . . ' ' Starting Last V/ eek Woo~land held the .first fall Fresh Insulin In September meern1g Thursday evening, Sept. Downtown Prices 19, at the home of Gordon David: CERAMICS s Pay Phone Bills Here Plans were made for a games night Oct. 25 the main award to LUNCHES DINNERS · Tincher's Pharmacy i );d an electri~ blanht ., SUNDAY ~ · ' · 9 A.M. To 6 P.M. iill!I 822'< Park Ave. GR '1-3344 1 Fruitland Grange PARKLAND !iii' Across from Fern Hiil P.O. 1 Fruitland Grange competed ' ---"""'"""'""""""'"""'""""""""'"""''"""'""·r,;ws M MW& mo.~ I-"'"·- - - - - - - - - - . . . . :

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CUSTOM FIRE SCREENS;; any 19 Bert Brown Rec;lllty ----style; estimates without obligaTAKEN Thursday from IGA store 11220 Pacliic Ave. tion. Thermolite Glass. FIREII m m Ii Office-Days: LE 7-8695 PLACE SHOP, 6607 Sixth Ave.; lot, girls medium size bicycle, blue and i·ed. Foreign make. If Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3815 SK 2-0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf found· call LE 1-0891. BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices PARKLAND FURNITURE -New 6c3 SHURFINE before ordering your winter oil and used miscellaneous; Airport BLACKEYE -----·--· FOR SALE - Aluminum com- LOST - Boy's 4-H six-months- II Rentals 10 supply. LA.PENSKI ·FUEL. 9920 & Pacific Ave. ResidE'nce phone bination storm doors - windows old Holstein heifer; between 15ctf LE 7-37 48 Pacific Ave. LE 7-8173. . 15ctf as low as $10 per month; Pa- Spanaway and Graham; reward; FOR RENT Power mowerti, cific Woodworking, 3011 South LE 7 -6211. 6c3 hand tools, garden tools, spray LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Sawyer, GR 2-:2900. 3c3 guns, sanders, plumbing toQls, Service for peveloping. In a1 RCA 10. out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave Buy power tools, etc. A ·tool f pr AUTO GLASS, Seat covers;, up- e Wanted ZENITH every job. ,South End Plumbing TACOMA holstery & convertible tops inUPHQLSTERY MAGNOVOX D'r'lf;'FCut and £!)Q!l't! WANTED Good aluminum and Hardware. Phone LE 7-4100 Special on reupholstering davstalied. Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 SWIFT'S PREMIUM DtE;. Wrapped .• Lb. LAKEWOOD TV house trailer, approx. l 4 feet; p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS 10ctf enport, chair, as low as $129. STEER BEEF & APPLIANCE & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. cash; no dealers; JU 8-3930. 8p3 Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. !3ctf estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7'Sales - Service Pay Station for Puget Sound Power & Light WANTED to contact lady who WILLOWS Tra.iler Park; large Fre(! 0327; l5ctf TERMS - TRADES 8c4 modern spaces, with carports & CERAMIC TILE - Drain boards, makes aprons; LE 7-6387. storage rooms; reasonable rates; JU 8~8877 bath rooms; store fronts; etc. convenient shopping; Propane Pioneers of Lakewood Remodel and patch work; free Real Estate gas available; school bus at B1 W Ii B ll S estimates; phone LE 7-4795; door; 1 mile south of Puyallup RUBBER STAMPS made .to order; · 12304 East F St. 3ctf on Airport road; 'Phone Puyallup Jennie L. «irodvig Blauvelt Printing Co., 8614 TH 5-4200. 10ctf Portland Avenue, LE 7-5853. JUMBO 15c7 30 Day Free Trial All makes of furnaces for sale; Insurance of All filnds 'NEWLY DECORATED 3 room 20 Year Guarantee specializing in Williams OIL '0' Notary Public modern cottage on Clear Lake POWER SAW, 3 blades and dado; Goodyear Ali- Foam MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water Est in Parkland Since 1941 near Eatonville; reasonable rent Famous Red-Line Foundation bargain; 872 South · 114th, LE FOR SALE _ Pheasants; hens Installations, Service; reason' LE 7-8609 Office to right party; Rt. 1, Box 247, 15P 4 $2.00, roosters $2.50; pho~e LE 7-0188. able; 755 South 108th, LE 7Garfield St., :Parkland Eatonville. 10p5 11 '" m m a .. Parkway Furniture 802 . ? Fort Benjamin Harrison,• Ind. 7-4100. 15c3 LOST .JOB ~-04~·3c1:f "Deal >vith the people who give LE .7-3941 Plus Many Other Specials. FOR RENT - 2-room furnished 14lst & Pac. Ave. (AHTNC) - Second Lt. Geralil Returned SINGER electric portSCREENED TOP SOIL _ No you their personal attention." modern house; :i:ent $30; LE 7Open Till 9:00 p.m. able with only $28 due; take FOR' SALE Prices Effective Planer ends, alder E. Schimke, son of Mr. and Mrs. rocks or. ro~ts. Crushed Rock, . 4321. 10c3 Friday, Saturday This Week SPEClAL ORDERS CAKES- over $5 monthly payments and fireplace wood. Call evenings, Albert E. Schimke, 721 South' '9rain Gravel, Fill Dirt and • • 15p3 Phone LE. 7-3330. Patty Ann it's yours; free home demon- Puyallup TH 5-2038. Sc,reened Road Gravel that Home Farm Bureau 9 Repair Service 11 :Siptery. 115th, Parkland, ·was graduated . 15ctf stration; UPTON ELECTRIC CO., Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd · •·,___,____ Business Service 3. packs. 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. Sept_ 6 from the officer orientaREAL VALUE Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. WASHING MACHINE PARTS-- FOR SALE-20-foot corral poles 15c3 FAMILY HOME 3ctf G&M SWAP 'N SHOP tion course at the Army Finance BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barnLargest stock in town. Repair- 50c; cedar fence posts 35c; any yard compost; sand; free esti4 BEDROOMS, 24 ft. living rm, ing that pleases. BB's .Washer and School, Fort Benjamin Harrison, LEGALS In Beautiful large kitchen, utility Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 amount; Rt. 1, Box 191-A, Roy,. mates, JU·· 8-2111. 3ctf FAST PHOTO SERVICE Ind. G&M FIX-IT SHOP at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY h room and basement. All hard1ict£ Washington. 15ctf PETERS & TRACY The six-weeks course acquaints PHOTO SERVICE, .9818 Pa- wood floors, and lots of closets. Hot Water Heating WeBuy. in Parkland or Attorneys VIOLIN LESSONS cific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf newiy commissioned Finance $12,500 with $3000 down. On Residential and Tacoma; experienced teacher; 11024 Pacific Ave., Tacoma Corps officers with basic mili· Parkland bus line. Mr. Loring, Remodel Work beginners accepted; Blanche LE, 7-3501. tary subjects. Home Wiri&19 FOR SALE -:-- '49 ~nternationat Yorktheimer MA 7-7861. 15c5 In the Superior Court of the State CORNELL INCOME - DUPLEX Free Estimates % ton Pick-up. Excellent condi• · ' cof Washington for the County Lieutenant Schimke entered PLUMBING & HEATING "~uaranteed Satisfaction $13,000 BUYS this side by side tion. Immediate. sale. Phone LE FOR SALE Rabbits; white of Pierce. the Army in J:ily 1957. LEnox 7-7293 Emergency Service 12c3 doe and .buck and brown doe We Fix Everything from furnished 1 bedroom duplex, al- 7-4749. _. No. ii.3755 The lieutenant was graduated ' ways rented at $160 mo. Only and .buck, $5 each. Phone GR NOTICE TO CREDITORS SOUP TO NUTS HOUSE MOVING, -Leveling, from Pacific Lutheran College in '12 block to bus at 129th Street. FOR SALE - '49 Super Buick 4- 2-1160 or Forget Me Not Cafe. In the Matter of the Estate of fo1mda~i.ons; .. ceillent • work:,;;j: E LE 7-3563 1955 and from Harvard Business Call Mr. Cheetham, LE 7-3501 Dr, Good motor, .new paint job, ANNA PILLON A real buy! Call LE 7-4749 for ~--~-------- 15c3 free estun.ates; SK9-2653. 3cV,:· .. " :; , • days or LE 1-1204 eves. · -··------·-··-·---·----···- ·-'"·--·---· .E!RICK WORK ~ House levelDeceased. a . good deal. · 12c3 FOR SALE -:-- 7 cu. ft. Westing14 ACRES - YELM SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED ing and foundations, retaining house refrigerator with.;freezer Notice is hereby given that the 3 BEDROOM 1 ·story home with FOR SALE - '36 model 3-wind- compartment $50; apartment undersigned has be'en appointed Contents hauled away. Don walls, sidewalk and patios, firebarn a)ld chicken house. Goocl ow Ford coupe; good .condition; size gas range $25; studio couch and has qualified as AdministraRedford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR place and stone work. LE 7. 2- 7334. If no answer call GR 4291. 3ctf soil, 2 deep wells. A very good hydraulic brakes; VI 7-7373. $10; · single Simmons bed $5; trix with the will annexed of the "' buy for $9000. Owner will. con12c3 fuli size box spring.$5; full size above entitled estate; that all 2-9222. 3ctf sider trnde for Parkland or velour spread $5; Ann Baldwin persons having claipis against Complete AUtomotive Repairs Spanaway home. Mr. Cheetham, PLOWING, discing, rotovating adjustable dress form $1; 10220· said deceased are hereby required and lawn work. D. R. Beeler, LE 7-3501' days, LE 1-1204 eves. South Oak, 1 block west of .to serve the same, duly verified, Fender Work - free estimates LE. 7 -4940. 3ctf $500 DOWN 102nd and Park; call at trailer on said Clara Jenkins, Admin. NOTHING DOWN UPON APPROVAL OF CREDIT in afternoon. " 15c3 istratrix with the will annexed, MOVE right in this 2 bedl'oom WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, · or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of GR 2-7628 home with appliances, close to level buildings; cabinet work, FOR SALE OR TRADE - Girls record at the address below stat6314 McKinley Avenue Spanaway Lake, only $5250. Mr. coats, blouses and dresses, size ed, and file the same with the · concrete work. Reasonable; I I Loring, LE 7 -3501. LE 7-3550. 3ctf POWER MOWERS sharpened SEE US about two 5-acre places, 12. New tap shoes; LE 7,,8394. Clerk of. said Court, together Open 9 to 9 Seven Days A Week \ 15c3 with proof of such service, within and serviced; pick-up and de- both with good 3 bedroom Mt. Hiway at Loveland LEnox 7-3904 ESTIMATES FOR livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 homes. One at $6850, the other six months after the date of first EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant publication Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf $9750. Now is the time to buy. of this notice or the boats; wagon wheels for sale. Don't carry it-drive right into same will be barred. RILEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE- Call LE 7-3501 or LE 1-1204 Date of first publication Sept. our complete out-board motor Wc repair electrical appliancesrepair service shop. MAJOR 26, 1957. farm Bureau coffee pots, irons, mixers, heat- Home Before You The ·y~ Home Wiring - Remodeling OIL'.& MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 CLARA JENKINS, ers, etc. Call LE. 7 -0323. 3ctf 12605 Pacific · LE 7-3501 f• Portland_ Ave .. LE 7-3644. 15ctf Administratrix of Dryers - Electric Heat 1951 FORD Pick-up, :Y,,-ton; said estate. South End Auto 'Wreckers new paint. This truck is Emergency Service FHA APPRAISED $7750.00 . USED PARTS PETERS & TRACY above average in every way. NEAR 35th & McKinley. Clean 3 Attorneys for Estate 1952 PONTIAC hardtop; hyMotors Transmissions 1957 MERCURY Montclair Call Terms or trade. bedrooms, extra large living 11024 Pacific Ave. dromatic transmission; radio, Tires • Batteries room, separate dining room, tovn1 sedan. Full power, $499 Tacoma 44, Washington. heater, .extras; clean $695 We Buy Junk Cars ELECTRIC plastered interior, shake exter· Published in the Times-Journal New "Chevrolet Cars & Trucks automatic; back-up lights; Also Custom Welding 1951 PONTIAC Chieftain 4ior, concrete foundation, g<;1.rage. Days: LE 7-7463 Sept. 26; Oct. 3, 10, 1957. Used Cars & Tru,cks by Joe's Welding 2 nice lots. Call Ralph Decker, w/w; automatic· grea:;er; door. Radio, heater, back-up EVE: 7.4437 Satisfaction Guaranteed Come to 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. light, automatic. This is a GR 4-9579. Free Tube Testing tinted glass; booster fan; perfect car in every way. Spanaway 1 LE 7-6534 ; SPANA,WAY ELECTRIC-Con_ NEAR 61st & McKINLEY Terms or trade. This week tr-acting and. appliances; free window washer; rear end engineering service for electric ·KITCHEN CABINETS. corner NEWLY pa'inted outside, clean in· only. side, 2 bedrooms, combination beautifier. This is my perheat; LE 7-7064. - - 3ctf shelve.~. book cases; birch, fir $459 For The Best Deal ------·-- __ _ . or knotty pine; built to youx living and dining room, nice sonal car -- will take best . Distributing Opposite Postoffice GEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, spectfications; get the best for kitchen, wired for range, lots of 1949 FORD 4-Door. 8. Radio, Your Fuel Oil & Appliance car offered for equity. PUYALLUP, WASl-J, Heating. New work, remodel· less-my prices are the lowest. built-ins, large utility room for heater. This is way above Dealer BR 2-0734 POULTRY ing, Repairs.· Phone LE 7-4477. HOOVER'S CABJNET SHOP, automatic washer and dryer, average. Terms or trnde. TH 5-1766 • TH 5-1382 3ctf LE 7-5514. 3ctf hardwood floors, floor furnace, 140th & Pacific LE 7-8624 $269 garage, fenced back yard. '!6 blk . ~ ~.........;~~-to bus. Call Ralph Decker, GR '57 'FORDS & CHEVROLET$; BRIPE & GROOM flPECIAL ...:.. SNAP ON TOOLS -:- Johnny wholesale prices. SMALLEY 4-9579. Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 $7,450.00 I 1-0856. 3ctf LE 7-4060 ahytime, evenings, So. Park Ave. Family Portrait WA 2-5801 15ctf FHA, or owner will carry con· Sundays. Oil Burner 12cti Studios. tract. 3 bedrooms, large com3031 Pione.er Way, Tacoma Roy U'Y" Mt. Hiway VInewood 7-7880 SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Ace Dirt Moving Co. bination living and dining room, FOR GOOD USED CARS, call Moving Co. kitchen wired 220, lots of built- Andeyson Chevron, Spanawa'y, . 303 Ea.. 123rd LE 7-7398 Bulldozing - Ditching BULLDOZING - DITCHING ins and storage room, hardwood. L. 7-6465. 12ctf TOP SOIL - GRAVEL (;RAVEL • TOP SOIL • ~EPTIC floors, full basement, automatic --·--' SEPTIC TANKS and SMITH CABINET SHOP - Re-· TANKS - DRAIN FIELDS oil furnace, 3 lots, garage. Close DRAIN FIELDS modeling, kitchen cabinets; we 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup to bus and stores. Call Ralph sell glass; 16309 S. Park. SpanPhone TH 5-2152 , Phone Puyallu1> TH 5-2452 De,cker GR 4-9579. a way; LE 7-7949. 3ctf FOR SALE - White weaner pigs, FOUNDATIONS-New additions; Canyon Road near Ever- TAP DANCING LESSONS. Befree estimates, financing;. work Realty on green. LE 7-8394. 13c3 ginning and advanced. Call Jim 3ctf 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 place and repair work. 3 years guaranteed; GR 4-2002. Nylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf BREED YOUR COW ARTili'ICMember of Tacoma Real Estate to pay; JI] 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed IALLY to sires proved gref!.t. 3ctf rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or Board Washington Proved Sire Service. IRENE WOLZ PIANO .& HAMPuyallup TH 5-2038. , 3ctf Member Multiple Listing Service George Lytle, technician, phone MOND ORGAN STUDIO, 9995 CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 7- Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resiSUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers ' $350 DOWN • 2¥2 ACRES 7417 oofore 9:00 a.m. 13ctf dence, LE 7-4051. SEPTIC TANK LARGE 15ctf. loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 building that could be 3ctf converted to nice home, loca- FOR BALE-Oat and clover hay, Siegler heaters tion, near ·willows, would make $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE; FOR SALEc Jl'OUNDATIONS, additions, reSeptic Tanks. Cleaned at ·Parkland Fuel Oil Service; good Chicken ranch, or some 7-5972. · · 13ctf modeling. Free estimates. FinLE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave.· very nice builqing sites. Soil is 0. B. ACKLEY ancing, no down payment. 15ctf for good drainage, more land Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf LE 7-4343 LE 7-7882 ft Work Wanted available. :8.Z. terms. $4500. I I SAVE$$$$ SELL or TRADE .10 ACRES SEPTIC TANI\:S & WATER 'STAK"S SUPER SOIL SERV. CHILD CARE in my home; rc- RUGS .or wall-to-wall carpeting; WILL trade 10 acres this side of LINES INSTALLED. Riley ICE: Top soil, sandy loam. peat spomible 'person; LE 7-8459 .. Mohawk, Bigelow, Hightstown/ Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7· Port Orchard, for equity in 14c7 Barwi'*, U name it. Guaranteed LE 7-3204. 3ctf 8259. 3ctf Parkland 01· Spanaway ho1nc, This ho:me built for R. E. Rivette at 4713 So.uth Al!iotin with large ground~, or will sell E:XEE,R.IBNCED woman wants installaticn by experts. Nothing 1 AERIFYING & FERTILIZING: • for cash.· S1200. house cleaning 3 days a week; down, 36 months to pay (Bank The Rivette's home is from $6650.00 basic" plan with some variations at ~xt-ra ·cosil give your lawn a treat; JU 8LE 7-0648. Call after 4 P·ttt· Terms). Get a .bid-you'll be BEANS and .STEAK later 3ctf 2111. 14c3 glad ·you clid! Quality. furniture TfIAT'S what this close in, comfy e~ L:~l9V Pumn~ L~T RUDILD A MCiMtiii' Nnw "'"=" "''"'"'= :: ---~----11 -·-·rlitt!B !mine cuddled i11 the filon same terms. PARKWAY BOTOVATING & TRACTOR ~L DO ha.by sitting in ni.y trees, cai1 d<;> for you. 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. Office and Post Office .Address: 217. Garfield Street P.O. Box 2456, ParklandBranch The Spanaway Kan Do Grand· KENDALL O. HALVORSEN Tacoma 44, Washington, U.S.A. mothers club elected the followAttorney Published in the Times-Journal ing officers. at the Sept. · 19 217 Garne;<i dtreet Sept. 26; Oct. 3, 10, 17,.. 24, 31, meeting: President, Mrs. George . 1957. Parkland . Schnelle; vice president, Mrs. In the Superio1· \;ourt 9£ the State Frank I-Ia1ivcs, George Schnelle, ol Viiasmngton in and for t11e ANNON w. MAY V!illiam Walin; secretary, ~frs. l.;oru>ty, -01 .t'ierce. Attorney Edward Flannery; treasurer; Mrs. Paul Froman, Oliver Omat, Don Funkhouser and Connie and No.- li\3712 1107-8 P.S.B. Bldg. Emerson Tarpem;1ing. Vickie and Mr. and Mrs. Pete SUMlVlUNS Tacoma · Board to Meet King. BY PUBLICA'fl.ON In the Superior Court of the State · · Spenaway Prl')~chool board. JAMES W. CRA'l'E, anc.t of Washington, foi· the County meet Monday, Sept. 30, at 8:00 1?· - - - - - - l;iAZJo;L 'CRATE,' husband and of Pierce. . · m. at the h.ome of .Mrs. Jack Grac:h.1ah.~S in Korea wite, Plaintiffs, No. 59991 Chadwich. All chairmen are . Vs, NOTICE OF HEARING urged to attend. I Corps, Korea (AHTNC) 1 ANDREW BABEOCK, ~eceased, FINAL REPORT AND PETITION Pleasant Trip A'.my Sgt: Ge?rge J. Roth, whose · and MAGGlE. lCOOPER) BABFOR DISTRIBUTION Mr..and Mrs. Harry White had wife, Mary, hves at 1412 South COCK, deceased, and the Un· In The Matter of the Estate of a wonderful two-weeks trip tofu.- 120th, Parkland, recently was k~own Heirs at Law of the LENA STINE ing Canada. They traveled 2100 graduated from the I Corps Nonsaid Andrew Babcock, and Deceased. ·1 vis't'1 g . 11 th · ·'al ·Commissioned Officers Academ Maggie Cooper Babcock, delj(/TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mi. e:, ~ ~ a ~ llprmc;p in Korea ceased; and ROBERT BABCOCK, that _Annon W. May, Executor of pmncs ~n t e~ especia Y enioy. · and Jane Doe Babcock his Jhe estate of Lena Stine has filed ed then· stay m Vancouver and Sergeant Roth completed the wife; SYLVESTOR BABCOCK in the office of the Clerk of· said the few days spent in quaint Vic- academy's four-week course and Jane D.oe Babcock, his .Court his Final Report and Peti- toria. which trained him in lea.dership, wife; and HES.TER (MRS .. tion for Distribution, asking the Legion mapv reading and other military WILLIAM BOYER) BABCOCK, Ci:urt to settle said report, disClover Creek Legion Post 119 subjects. He entered the Army and her ,husband WILLIA~! tribute the prop~rty to the p~r- and the Auxilfary will meet Sept. in 1949 and was last stationed at BOYER;. MARY . JAN.E (MR.,. sons thereto entitled and to dis- 27 at the Legion hall in Spana~ Fort Lewis, Wash. JOSH WILSON) WILSON, and charge said Annon W. May and way her husband Josh Wilson; if that said report and petition will · Community Club the, above named parties are be heard onfthe 25th day of Oc'.The Spanaway Progressive deceased, THE UNKNOWN tobe1', 1957 at 10:00 a,m., at the HEIRS· AT LAW of the above court room of the Probate De- Community "club will meet Tuesriamed parties; MRS. FLOR- partment of said Court, at which day, Oct. 1, at 8:00 p.m.; everyDRUGS & SUNDRIES ENCE SHEELER, and John Doe time and place any persons in- one cordially invited. Open 9:30 to 9 Weekdays Sheeler; and MRS, HERB terested in said estate may apVacation Trip (Closed Sunday) SHEELER, and her husband, pear and file objections and con- . M1·. and Mrs. Joe Barsotti reJohn Doe Sheeler, if living, or test the same. cently returned from a vacatfon tlie Unknown Heirs at Law of Dated this 19th day of Sep- trip to California. the above named parties; and ember, 1957. Best Wishes JESUS TORRES and Jane Doe Robert L. Dykeman "Get well" wishes go to Bill Torres,. if' married, if living, if Clerk of said Court. Righetti who has just returned deceased, the Unknown Heirs By Charles C. Ita home from the hospital. . at Law. of the said Jesus TorDeputy l65th & Pacific Reporter - Mrs. Oliver .Omat, res, and Jane Doe Torres, · Published in the Times-Jd'urnal his. wife, if deceased; THE Sept. 26; Oct. 3, 10, 1957. LE 7-6466. and all other persons or parties . __________ _, _ _, _______, ___ _, __________________________________________________ _ STATE OF WASHINGTON: -------------------

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Coach John Heinrfok's forces were t?bbed as one of the nation's outstanding small coliege tea.'tls by the national weekly, Sports Illustrated. Hold overs in most departments asruse the Loggers of an experienced team. Veterans Herb Richey and Phil Yant will undoubtedly receive starting calls at the end slots, Junim· Jerry Burke and freshman Herm Magnuson from Lincoln. of Tacoma also will see action as well as Arnie Jackmond, .oneyear award winner from Longvie1,v. '"Center Rich Hammermaster from Puyallup will be starting his. final year at the pivot position for the Loggers. Yant may see action at center as we! las at end, Tuckles Jack Bolton, Don Taylor and Duan Olson give the Loggers speed and weight. The guard positions are still ·open according to reports but Dave Magnuson and Don Francin have the experience at that position. Heinrick can call on three veterans at the quarterback including Dick Jarvis, Gary Brines and Mike Cranston. Fullback , is a battle between letterman Raul Ancira anq newcomers Dick Pruett from Lincoln of Tacoma and Ron Morris of Olympic ColPJ,.C's Tommy Gilmur Photo by McKewen lege. Bob Auston and Don Parsons seem to have the inside Lundblad of Sacramento. The Loggers with plenty of track a:t the haliback posts. "nan1e" -freshmen on the roster' are the favorites in the Evergreen Conference race which SAVE A LIFE will get underway in one week.

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Football - freshman style of F1·anklin Pierce that is, makes an auspicious·· debut . tonight PUBLISHED AT PARICLAND, WASH. ' LEnox 7-0223 under the lights when the Card J':l'inth graders take ·on Hudtloff 1);1lmior High at 7. Proceeds from ~c game will help.· support the Jpnior high athletic fund. The Cardinals undei· Coach Ed m Strichcrz are the ·defending Bethel's battling Braves open Bethel defense was particularly 'champions of the Puget Sound their West Central 'league play brilliant as the. Bethel mentor Junior High League. Naturally this Friday night when they praised the entire forward wall all of the squad is gone now as ~e ch.ampionship team has grad~ travel to· Peninsula to take on for its play against Bellevue. Bethel has been working on its ~ated in part to the varsity ranks. the defending champions, Peninsula's Soahawks. The Braves are pass·game·this week in preparing.· Stricherz, however, has prostill looking for their first vic- cfor Peninsula. The Braves failed mised a lively game tonight betory. ta complete a pass in six attempts tween his Cards and the Hollister Bellevue edged the Braves 8-6 last week and want to be able to Gee's Lakewood eleven. Admisin a baseball score last Saturday confront the 'Peninsula eleven sion for the affair is 50 cents for night on the former's home _with a balanced atl(,ack. Pass de- adults and 25 cents for childrcti' grounds. A fourth quarter touch- fense is also being "stressed this fa the hoper of helping the entire down following an unsuccessful wee!~. :#inth g!·ade athletic progr,am. quick kick enablBd the Bellevue Besides praising the entire deIn early workouts the, Stricheleven to notch its first victory fensive line unit, Niehl singled 'erzmen have shown a line with as the teams played on almost out Fullback Calvin Christoph '~verage ai;ility and speed. The even terms throughout the game. and halfback Gray Gregg for their Franklin Pierce coach believes Peninsula meanwhile was look- offensive play, Christoph carried .fair speed and. a backfield with ing , to North · Thul'ston l~-6 in the ball 17 times and had a 5- .corresponding one a yea ragd,_ last 'week's activities afte~ win- yard average p·er carry. ibut is not blessed with as much ning the jamboree from Bethel Against Peninsula the Braves ;depth. two weeks ago. The Seahawks are will probably field the following , "The t a h " d · "t d e m as -; 00 spin ·a': led by quarterback Jim Skudrall lineup; 'Ends-Dave Leight and , . . . T l l G a.n excellent attitude prevails !i!nd lineman Dave Pulliam and D a Ie N'le1sen; ac' es 0 ?- 0 '.among the 28,man squad," Coach Dele Gunnarson who shone out Smallwood and ?ale . Curtis; '.Stricherz remarked ·after Tuesbrightly against the Rams de- Guards Carol Schr1".er and Del day's final heavy workout in spite the loss. Hadry; Center - Jim .Metzner; 'µreparation for the opener at the Coach Ed Niehl was sati5fied quarterback Morns Bush; Cards' athletic fi ld c · with Bethel's performance ag~irist Halfbacks Larry Fritz and Gregg · Siricherz has· tentatively tabthe larger Bellevue squad. The and Christoph at full, bed Dave Husby and Jerry Manley ·'as his starting ends; Bob .Lincoln and Don Baehmer at tackles; Rich'Christensen and Jim Hatcher at guards; Jess Cooper at center; Tom Lumsden at quarterback; Johnny Greco and Franklin Pierce's Cardinals while Ron Sculke is the main Dennis Lipke at halfbacks and face their most acid test of the breakaway threat. Joe Mancuso at fullback. early season tomorrow night Coach Eldon Kyllo will be Jimmy Southall, Dan Kratochwhen they travel to Renton to do working on his passing attack vill, Terry Gaddis and Jimmy battle with the powerful Indians. this week and the line's offensive ·Plett &.re slated to see action on Game time for the Puget Sound blocking in order to give Renton the defense. The Cards will emthe team is fa th er along than the a ball game. These two partic- ploy a split-T offense against the ular needs were emphasized in Hudtloff eleven. league fray is 8 o'clock. Renton has rolled over Foster the Cards. come from behind to 32-6 and Sumner 52-6 to give.the capture· a tie with the Viking Seattle snburb eleven two im- the Puyallup battle which saw pmssive one-sided wins td date. gridsters. The Cards missed the loss of Franklin Pierce i'n the meantime has defeated North Thurston 14- Fullback John Allison and All7 and tied Puyallup _last \veek Conference End Gary Moore last 6-5, . week. Ky!lo hopes that Allison Renton has a strong and ex" will be ready F~iday _but Moore perlenced line but the ·backfield is on the d.oubiful list, still beis its main asset. Experienced ing bothered ·by a leg injury and fast- the lndiun runmH"S have suffered in the s13ason'sopencr trampled everything in · t4eir against North. Thurston. path. Quarterback Kermit JorgKyllo , once again singled out enseii provides the passing punch ,~mm !~' hi; outstanding work the work of tackle' Gm·y Gchragainst the. Vikings. Gehrmann was also the line star when the Cards downed North Thurston. Guard John Crone and Center defensive wo1;k also, FARM FRESH Al Svinth were "praised for their HOMOGENIZED AND In the bacl<fidd Fullback Ed PASTFURIZED MILK ll:rysiak stood out and' will be counted on heavily Friday night. AND CREAM a battle between Krysiak and ICE CREAM Allison who is trying to gain his This week's drills have featured Phone GR 2-3301 position back after Krysiak's stirring performance Friday. Litt.le Dennis Fell, senior right halfback, scored the only touchdown of the game for the Cards while signal caller Bob Spradley failed in the all-impOl'tant extra kick.

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Patricia received a blue will make a skirt blouse and a Class at the l'iestern Washington and Ji¥arcella a red at Puy,.Uup. slip or dress with accessories. Fair. Reporter-Marlene Corrigan, Marcella did real well in the 4-H All tbe girls finished their last livestock show, winning a reserve champion with her Hereford heifer' and resei·vc champion Open 'W'eek Days Open Sundays in showing and fitting. She also 7 a.m. to 8 p.m f} u.rn. io 5 -'p.1n~ entered he1· Hereford in open class -: 'Cori1petifion, ' '-'li..."11.ning Sec·~ .ond place next to the Carnation ~~lf~ ~ ~ ~. .;./~ Farms' first place H~reford. Jnne CJ ti&' ~ t::i'ill Lawler exhibited white bread and ® Sporting !3 Paints ® lEJectrical cinnamon rolls in open class, Goods 9 House"Nares <11 Plu:mblng winning a blue on each, and Marcella took a blue ribbon on her peanut butte1· cookies. P~rtkimd Reign Ends The Pierce County 4-H Junior Fair Queen Valeria Bombardier, performed her )ast official act as Queen when 'she decorated one of the winners of the horse races NO\lil/ tiP~N Monday at the Western Washington Fair. 'l aleria and her Midl~rid folks, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bombardier, 1vere honored guests in box seats for the .afternoon show and visited the new and For: beautiful "Dancing Waters" attraction afterwards. Queen ValEngine Overhaul eria also modeled her four-pieced Oldsmobile Specialists clothing project when the Pierce County blue ribbon winners "LOCATED DffiECTLY BEHIND showed their sewing Saturday in MIDLAND HARDWARE" the 4-H building. Morud-Rogers Miss Joanne Lavina Morud become the bride of Dale Laurence Rogers in double-ring rites 'Fri. IS YOURS from da:>'., {i,ugust 30, in. the Lutheran Chu~6li of Christ ·the King, with l(:\jjr~hmo~1t Fllllrriers the Rev. Wesley D. Tollefson, officiating, • • The bride is the daughtel' of You w.ill recdve a $20.00 credit Mr. and Mrs .Elmer Morud and the purchase of a Fur Coat, the bridegroom is the son of Mr. Jacket or Stole. or a $5.00 credit and Mrs. Wm. A Rogers of Phoeoii re-styling )rour present garnix, Arizona. Miss Joanne Hanson ment. of Parkland was soloist and was accompanied by Mrs. Gunnar ~En ox Malmin on the organ. The bdde's 7-87152 father gave her ayay. The bridal gown, designed and made by the bride, was floorlength of white brocaded taffeta Your Neighborhood with rounded neckline, empire Furrier waist with full skirt and long sleeves tapered to a point. The fingertip veil of tulle was attached to a pearl trimmed headpiece. The bride carried a white Bible covered with a corsage of white carnations, yellow roses ~~0""'~~ ~i~~tm~~ and stephanotis, a11d tucked inside the Bible was an heirl.oom handkerchief over 50 years old that belonged to an old friend of the family, Mrs. Lela Wadsworth. -~l[!'l Mrs. Albert H. Lamb (Marilyn Wf~ ~ D~~r ~~ll o~~~tr Mort!d) was matron of honor rmd Mrs. Ross Schultz (Beverly Morur) was bridesmaid, botl;i sisters of the bride. Little Sharon Lamb CUT & WRAPPED was flower girl. The matron of honol' and the bridesmaid wore siinilar cotton gowns and boleros in nile green and lavender and Sharon was in pink cotton. They carried corsages of white carnations and contrasting green and 8209 PORTLAN~ AVE. LEnox 7-3570 lavender trim. Warren Brown was best man · and the ushers wcro Albert H. Lamb and Ross Schultz. The church fos decorated in white and yellow gladioli with lighted candelabras. The bride's mother wore a cocoa knit v.en" semble with mauve accessoi·ies and had a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. Serving at the reception held afterwards in the church hall were Mesdames Lela Wadsworth, George. Schriver, aunt of, the bride, Liidwig Thompson, another aunt, Joe Holman, Ron Curtis, and the Misses Sharron Eshpeter, Ge~aldine · Finstuen, Rosalee Brown, Marilyn Crumin and Marlene Burkett. Th; bride graduated frnm Franklin Pieree and both the bride tand groom attended PLC. They will make their home in September 29th from 11 until 3 at 10428 East Phoenix, where they will both Spruce, 1 block East of Midland School. Neat, continue their college education. On their trip to Arizona they modern 2 bedroom dwelling; 7 years old; invisited San Francisco, Carmel sulated, metal sash, 2 corner lots, g·arage, washand Fort Ord where they visited her brother, Ron. er and. dryer included in pricR of $7500.00; Busy Fingers Elect some terms; owner transferred to' Alaska. 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!'hnrsday, September 26, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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released his first L. ·P. for Victor. "Be]afonte,1 a cro~;s" section of folk, calypso and pop music, it caught the public s favor and lldtgan to sell quiLe wdl. With the favorable rf~ception given hi_s first effort, Harry wrrx"d nno lher set of tunes IOr nJease. The album was released under the simple title of .icaJypso;'' it in-nncdiately bccan1e a best seller. During the early pal't of this year, one of the selcctioµs · '\Vas released as a single and it promptly sold well over a mil~ lion copies. The titlc-·"Banana B.oat0 -\vhat else':' ln the meantime, "Mark Twain," a collection of American i~olks soigs, \o,;as speeded into pi'odndion. In February of this year his fourth album, "An Even ine; \Vith_ Bclafont~," vvas. pr.emicred; it. \VD.S a1so a top money 1

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Presented weekly as a public service by the. .Bargain Basket Ottawa, Canada, 7/6/57-If mankind put on a crash program such as led to the· atomic bomb, they· could have space ·travel .in 10 years, in the opinion of Wilbur ,J3. Smith of the department of transport. But he doesn't think that fu 10 years time we will have our ow". flying disc, for governments apparently aren't interested in pourin.g out the billions of dollars needed for studying how the flying discs work. . How long will it take, Canada's most ardent student of flying discs was asked. He figures if government hadn't decided on a crash program for atomic. energy, it mrght have taken from 100 to 150 years tc;i get it. If i:esearch proceeds in the usual way, and. no big league program is put on in regard to the technology of flying discs, it might take from 100 to 150 years for man to get flying discs for the big move into outer space. One barrier to a governmental .crash program in this field is that the flood of publicity, "mucli of it garbage", has made it look ridiculous "and the scientific facts .have been ignored· so that the public and those who control governmental purse strings have a distorted view of the whole thing." Though his work in the.department of transport is di.vorced from flying discs, he has made a serious effort .to discover all he can about .. these UFO's-unidentified flying objects. He has, as a hobby, checked with many people \VhO have claimed to have s.een them' He has concluded there is a 91 percent probability that what. they. saw. was genuine and. a 60 percent probability that they. were "alien vehicles." To even a veteran science fiction reader like this reporter it comes as something of a shock to talk with a man who, after lengthy study, ·is so convinced that aliens from outer space have been among us that he chats. about them most casually. He was asked if he thought mankind might be shocked into a massive investigation of flying discs by having one appear in public. "UFO's have been with us for the last period of civilization," he said. "Since they have not manifested themselves to us in that way, I·do.not see any probability of them doing so in the futwe. They probably see us as a low form of life, interesting to keep an eye on, but. they do not care much what we do." He said he is personally convinced that they are "extraterrestrial," out of this world. One idea is that they are "inter-dimensional,'" able to move from one dimension to another. He believes a study of how they operate would reveal the technique of space travel. .,The U.S. plan for ah earth-girdling satellite, he feels, "is going at it the ha1'd way." About 180 tons of fuel is used in the U.S. plan to put a 20pound weight into space. He is convinced the secret of space travel can be uncovered by human beings· '"if they devote time and effort to it." But. it would be a big job. Just how big. he doesn't know. 'Something of the scope of IGY-the International Geophysical Year?" he was asked. IGY is peanuts, he said.

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Wilmington, Calif., 5/7/56-Manuel Alvarado, a disabled veteran, said he saw "8 to 10" orange-hued .discs in the sky while driving near his home, .and he had a witness. Grocery clerk Hazel Farrington, whom Alvarado called from her store, said she saw them too. The orange discs moved about erratically, and alternately before an approaching jet plane made them vanish, Alvarado said. He was driving east on L Street near Hyatt Avenue, and the discs seemed to be over Long Beach, quite high, Alvarado said. , ;;:

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Galt, Ontario Canada, 7/30/57-Fifteen-year-old Jack Stevens, who says his eyes ai:e as good or better than anybody else's, is sure he has seen a spacecraft. And no matter what older people say, Jack is sticking to his stori\'. He lives on a farm a mile outside the city about 50 miles southwest of Toronto. "I'nf not sure if it was the noise or the bright light that made me look up,'' Jack said. "My dog Tex was really barking and yelping. ,The craft made a queer kind of singinghum. I thought it was a plane at first or even a helicopter". Jack said. he was shout 300 yards away while the craft hovered over a corn field. "It must have stayed in the air about 40 minutes before landing," he said. It was about 40 feet in diamctcr and had a turret and port holes. It was silver colored. When it hit the ground I got scared. and ran home. Tex .was right behind me."All ti.is took placf? ?)1: J~!Y 30th, the boysaj4. He saii;l nothing when .the boy got homc-!c1;!:0'ii]elated: ''But.the next day I got to wondering about the craft .• My eyes are as good as anyc body's. I wanted to make sure I wasn't seeing things."· So with a friend, Harold Milroy, along .to bolster his courage, Jack returned to the scene of the spacecraft landing. There the two ·foUJ:Id a burned circle and two three-toed prints in a corn stubble field. "If it's a hoax. I don't know how it could be done," said G. S. Knapp, owner of the farm. He pointed to six or eight patches which appeared to have been burne<Jd. "If they were caused by a field fire, the who]e area would have bee11 destroyed," he said. The so-called footprints are 10 inches wide. ·

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By Joe Buhaly $5.00 to $20.00 is the return every year on a properly stocked forest acre. $20.00 is the return on 'areas of high production and easy accessibility for logging. Unfortunately, many acres are not producing this annual return because of poor restocking after logging. 1,251,000 acres in the State of Washington are in need of tree planting, according to the U.S. Forest Service. Planting of trees may be suecessfully accomplished from October 15 to April 15, while trees are in a dormant state. Trees have to be planted in open, nonshaded areas. Any possible brush competition should be removed first, by spraying with weed killer, 24-D or 245-T. The 24-D spray works fine on Alder trees, but 245-T is needed f01; more resistant trees, such , as Vine Maple.· · Douglas Fir two' year old stock is .the :t1:ee•. wo;;..t m=only rec· ommended for timber produc~ tion. The · year i>ld stock gives a jump on natural germination from weed trees in the area. Too,. at· the rate of $5.00 to $20.00 return per acre each year,. the planting of two year old trees immediately after logging has the effect of adding $10.00 to $40.00 of value to each acre planted. 5 million trees are available fri;im State nurseries for purchase at the rate o.f approximately $7.50 per thousand trees. Request for tJ-e~s should be addressed to: Superv1sor, State Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, Washington. Federal payments are available to landow·ners through the Agriculture Stabilization and Conscrvation .Service, office in Puyallup, $25.00 per 1000 trees planted is the incentive payment made to encourage tree planting. Non-stocked acres are idle and idle acres are too expensive to own. By .Ernest I. Hopp Edgewood, Fife, Puyallup, and 'Parkland were well represented

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