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Class Confirmation At Weyerhaeuser The Weyerhaeuser Lutheran church at l"ogel's Co1·ner on the Mountain highway, a ptut of the Bethany Lutheran parish, reports many improvements of recent date. The church building has received.0,.:new coat of paint, a white cross has been erected above the vestibule and a chimney built in the Ladies Aid dining room. A helpful foctor is being added with confirmation instruction by the pastor every Saturday, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. He invites ali girls and boys of '12 and over to study together the history and teachings of the Bible to confirm their faith, with confirm'ation services to be held at the close of the course of studies.

JC Auxiliary Starling Year The Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary held its first fall meetin!; Sept. 25 at the home of the club's president, Mrs. Joan Peters. Mrs. Marge Gidley spoke on the highlights ' of her visit to the Jaysees at Missoula, Mont. Plans for the coming year were discussed.

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Four members of the Franklin Pierce faculty were among the nearly 400 educators who attended the Washington E9-ucation Association's ·Ni;;,th. r:e·~a. ership Roundup held Sept. 21, 22 at Lake Wilderness Resort. Those in attendance wel'e: Vincent Keyes, president of Franklin Pierce Education Association; Marge McCue, Harvard. school; Bob Iufer, Collins school; Nancy Lee Darr, Harvard school.

James Sales Grange will hold anoth1w, qnc. of their famous smorgasbords Sunday, Oct. 6, at the Grange hall just wost of Park avenue on South 113th St. Serving for the public will be from noon till 5:00 p.m. The menu features home cooked ham, turkey and fish with a large selectipn of salads, vegetables and desserts. ' The donation is $1.35 for adults, 75c for children under 12 and pre'schoolers free. Mrs. Catherine Henkel is the general chairman to be assisted by the ladies and men of the grange.'

Franklin Pierce School lunch Menuc for elementary schools, October 7 - 11, 1957. Menday Spargetti, garlic bread. cabbai::e and pineapple salad, fruit, milk. Tuesday Split pea soup, pressed meat sand1vich, orange ii.tice, cherry cobbler, milk. Wed11esday .., Mashed potato, hamburger gravy, carrot sticks, bread and. butter sandwich, cookie, milk. Thursday - Hot dog, potato chips, baked beans, sliced peaches, milk. Friday-Creamed tuna on toast squares, hubbard squash, celery sticks, cake squares, niilk.,

Guild Style Show Oct 7 Final preparations are being made by members of the Parkland Orthopedic Guild for the annual fall style show to be given at the Franklin Pierce high school cafeteria Monday, October 7, at 8:00 p, m. Tickets are available from all Parkland Guild members and also 'at the door. All proceeds from the style show will benefit the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital of Tacoma.

Car races .were held Sunday before a Iarg!" crowd at the Spanawa,y.race. ti·ack i.n the inaygural l'l!nI1iI1g. Class A. and Class B mains were featured as well as several ti·ophy dashes were held. Time trails were held before the. racing. started. Drivers. from Centralia. Elma, Tacoma, Seattle and the valley competed.

PRESCHOOL The regular meeting of Parkland Preschool P. T. A. will be .held on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 8:00 p. m. in the Parklan.d school auditorium. Mrs. Ralph Riley will preside: Mrs .Brahms, public health nurse, will speak on "Childhood Diseases." J!ostesscs for the evening are Mrs. Fred Sanderson, Mrs. Glenn V\Ting, Mrs. Lewis Wheelock and Mrs. Charles Courtwright,

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The official United States Navy band ccmes to Parkland Wednesday, Oct. 9, for two concerts in LEnox 7-0223 the PLC gym. The afternoon concert, programmed especially ' for youth, will feature winners in the local ;chool competition appearing with the band. These youngsters are students at Lincoln, Stadium, Bellarmine, Franklin Pierce, Clover Part:, Bethel, Fife, Peninsula, Sumner, Puyallup and EH.tonvi!le high schools. Th~ evening concert is plann0d for adult music lovers. Tickets are being sold by the Parkland Area Kiwanis club, sponsor for the concerts, or may be obtained at the door.

Friday, Oct. 4 will bl'ing the annual Booster Nite at Fruitland Grange, tho meeting to he open to non-members, followed by games with prizes and free refreshments. The Grangers invite the public, so come and bring your families to see what it means to be a Grange 1ncmbcr. The Juvenile Grange and 4-H clubs will participate in the program; all welcome.

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Pilots of the two jets were Captain Lee Kirk, 29, Yakin1a1 and Major Chet Rees, 35, Puyallup. Pilots to communications: ready. First pass to be negotiated at 40.000 feet. Silence . . . then, Boom-boom! The first pass "boon1" 'vas no lourler than an an average thunderclap. Second pass ... same result. Mild boom. The test house stood firm. The Air Force reports that a sonic boom is 10 times greater in volume than any recorded thunderclap. The jets tock it in sequence, gradually lowering the level of feet as they pcnetrate<;l the sou11d barrier. The booms were sharper at 30,000, sharpest at 20,000. The house remained fotact. At. a news briefing earlier that morning, ncwspeople were told a sonic boom is essentially nothing more than intense pressure waves pushing a rapid release of Ct'lergy. If these \Vavcs \VCTe vis-ilolc to the hum:m eye, they would, at high aircraft speeds, be- sce11 sv,iecping hnck at extremely shru~p nng1cs forming a cone shape. Thi:s ''lioon1" travels

through space as q wave. Should an individual be stand.in!-{ in \he line o( passage of the cone at the time it goes by, he will hear a sharp sound comparable to a thunderclap. This then. is the sonic boom. Statistically. according to Air Foree 1·0seat·chcs, pressure re~ quii·ed to create damage in a .st-runt.urc. has ne:\.'CT bce.11 negotiated at, less than 70 pounds. of pressure per square foot. An average sonic boom .averages 65

pounds less than this. When a jet penctratPs the barrier, there are jn nc~·.uality three reverberations. The third vibration is frcqu0ntly unheard, unless by intended observation. To P111 av€ragc cjtize.11, vvorking \vithin a buHCUng, should he hcai· n sonic boom, it will sound like a single large cx:p1osion. Intensity of the sound vvi11 non.nally be greater in an sLrudually occupied area. At the test site on Queets Beach the tests wound-up with several piercing dives and a lo\l\i' buczing of the area by the sleek F-102s. Net result: (l) Intaet building and (2) much noise-no damage seemingly giving concrete backing to the Air Force claim of reassurance to civilians in the Pacific Northwest that a Sonic boo1n is pr~marily good for noise -but not for cracked plaster.

Park!a~]d Church Plans r~~eeih1gs Rev. Omet Hyde of Olympia the cvo.ngelist and Calvin Futch of Fort Le\\--is t.hc t:i:inger in revival scrvic•.:s 'Yhich ber.~:n. \J\.rcdn0sday, Oct. :2, at Parkland Baptist church. The serviceo are to continue throu;h Sunday, October J_3 7 nnd are being held at D:30 ~nch heckclay n1nrning f'Xccpt Saturday and at 7:30 each evening. P~sLor A.ndrc\v D. SP:-![2;() and the rnern.hers of Parkland Baptist ·church cxtc.~1v-l a cordial invitation to al1 to attend those revival SE'l"viccs. The church is at 963 Lafayette street, between Jay and L streets.

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Kapowsin P-TA will serve a smorgasbord dinner Sunday, Oct. G, ..from 12:30 to 4:00 p. m. in the grac!e $Cho9l gym. l.v1:dS.- >,c;e_qrg~- -_-::~:;re{if_Q-1i~- :g~~:ii~iitl chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Oscar Gustafson, Mrs.,.:E.rn· est Cope and Mrs. Ross .Curtiss. The dinner, featuring ham, baked salmon and. savory beef stew,. will be served for a nominal donation, pre-schooiers free.

Technocracy Reo \V. McCaslin, tour speaker for Technocracy Inc., [rom San Francisco, California, \vill address a public meeting at Riviera Theatre, October 8. The lectu!·e is one of a series scheduled in the course of an cxtencbd speaking tour t.hrouc;hout i'Vestern Canada and United S Lares. Speaking on the topic "The End of an Era", Mr. McCaslin is emphasizing that North America is confronted by national and continental problems more serious and inescapable than is generally recognized. In addi lion to analyzing economic and world conditions affecting this continent, Mr. McCaslin will also outline the scientific design for dist.rihuting abundance as proposed by Technocracy,

A group of Pierce County dog and cat owne1·s have organized under the name of "Pet Owners, Incorporated". They gathered at the home of R. W. Farrell, Parkland, on Thursday, Sept. 26, to elect officers and formulate bylaws. The new organization, headed by Clarence V. Yuckert of Puyallup, as president, has for its objective the taking of a survey to determine what is workable in planning dog and cat control laws for Pierce County. Such information will be filed and made available to those interested. No other groups are affiliated with Pet Owners be., but any individual in sympathy with the objectives is welcome to become a 'member. Dues are set at 50 cents to enable all to participate. The organization hopes to represent hundreds of pet owners in Pierce County, who might not otherwise have a voice in plans to control their pets, In addition to the president, other officers are: Norman Jasmer, National, vice president; Jerry Shannon, Spanaway, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Lynne BroV'i•n, East Tncoma, secretary, and Mrs. R. Griswald, Lakewood, treasurer. Each rural area in the county will be represented by one or more trustees. Memberships. and contributions from pet ovvncrs and others interested may be sent to Pct Owners, Inc., Parkland, Wash.

Faith Chapter Faith Chapter will meet fyronday, Oct. 7, at 8:00.p. m. in Fern Hill Masonic. hall. Presiding over the meeting. will be Mrs. Robert . t• tl t d Cl ·. 1ris en,. w.or. .1y ..·ma ron, . an Trav_ers_ -D__ 1~ye1~, v:or thY _pa t ron. _ '':Education N1gh,t" 1~ PlB,IJned -.vitl1JhE;1 depu.ty-.jnstrqct_?y,jn_--.~t-~. tendance. Mrs.· E. F; Kemick, historian ' will read the history .. of the chapter. Entertainment will be furnished by members. of Faith Assembly, Order of Rainhow for Girls. ' Mrs. Ethan Nelson, shapter hostess for the evening, will use "A u t u. m.. n Beau t y " ·f·or h er th cmc. · · . . Co-hostesses for the evemng will be Mesdames Arthur Bowman, George Rolstad l Charles Newell t and Margaret Rov,re.

Dry 111atcria)s for use in fJo,~.r0r aJ"rangcmcnts will be the topic fo1· the October mcetin)i of the Foliage Fan~i~rs Gn:·de11 club. The meeting wiH be heicl Oct. 10 at 9:30 a. m. Et the home of Mrs. Charles I\ent. 1717 Seuth 10Slh St.

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Booster Night At Roy Grange 3rd Douglas Buchanan, Game Pro· tector fo1· this area, will talk to Grangers and friends on Fa1·mer• Hunter Relations at i:he Roy Grange Annual Booster Night otJ. Oct. 3, in. the Roy Grange hCllL There will be pictures, music, skits and refr~shments to rottnd out the evening. ·crangers, their friends und ai1yone in.terested lq Grange >:roi·k are in.vited to cofnc.

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Recove:ring we are very glad to repo1·t that Mrs. Mabel Munsey is recovering fro1n m,ajor surgery at Tacoma General b ospital. Also that Gene Russ.ell in on the mend after being in the hospital for five weeks. Birthday Little Johnny Ostrom, son of tl:te Edward Ostroms, cele]:,rated his fifth bi\·thday last Saturd,,_y with a party. Joining in the games arid treats were David Carol and Jeanie St11rkel, 11,obert and S,usan:· Smith, J:l.atricia and Sharon Kulavik, Sharon Folk, his sisters, Julie, Su.zanne and G.'iy, a01d his brother.s, Bobby and Alleii. Happy birthday, Johnny. Reporter-Mrs. John Folk, LE 7-5801.

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YOU CAN ASSUME payments on repossessed EMERSON TV for free; only $49 due at $10 each month. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c4 BRTDE & GROOM RPECIAL -· CLEAN, private room. 414 East 8x10 tinted portrait, $2.50. 8411 133rd St., Parkland. lOctf So. Park Ave. Family Portrait ------m.; ~~ ,t, ·.. _· ,. Studios. 15ctf ~liii.il'l.','S. WILLOWS Trailer Park; lnrge ~((1~~· TO~" " ~ -! modern spaces, with carports & MUST SELL - Easy deluxe spinstorage roo1ns; reasonable rates; drier i,vasher,. in excellent con~ ~·~~ h.!Hi,,~h~li convenient shopping; Propane dition, $95. LE 7-6937. 15ctf ·gas available; schooi bus at door; 1 mile south of Puyallup POULTRY EVINRUDE MOTORS, Bryant on Airport road; Phone Puyallup boats; wagon wheels for sale. TH 5-4200. lOctf Don't carry it-drive right int<> our complete out-board motor .#JI repair service shop. MAJOR Repair Service II OIL & MARINE. SUPPLY, 7517 Portland Ave .. LE 7-3644. 15ctf WASHING MACHINE PARTSWA 2-5801 Largest stock in tovm. Repair3031 Pioneer Way, Tacoma ing that pleases. BB's Washer Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409 RCA llctf WANT NICE ELECTROLUX? I'll ZENITH save you some money. RepossMAGNOVOX 12 essed outfit with a brand new • Automotive LAKEWOOD TV guarantee, 011ly $29 at $5 each '57 FORDS & CHEVH.OLE'l'S: month; free home demonstra& APPLIANCE wholesale prices. SMALLEY tion. 15c4 Sales - Service MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., TERMS - TRADES TACOMA UPHOLSTERY LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, JU 8-8877 Sundays. 12ctt Special 'on reupholstering davPioneers of Lakewood enport, chair, as low as, $129. FOR SALE - 1949 Chrysler 2- Davenos $"19.00. Rocker, $29: door. Excellent shape. Good Fr0e estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7- FOR SALE - Lovely fur cape, tubeless tires, $300; LE 7 -4275. 0327. 15ctf beautifully made; very reasonable. Call LE 1-1449. 15c4 12p4 FOR S.ALE - 60 gallon oval oil FOR GOOD USED CARS, call tank and stand $8; 9x15 gray PARFi.LAND FURNITURE -New Ande1'son Chevron, Spanaway, fibre rug, good condition, $8; and used miscellaneous; Airport L. 7-6465. 12ctf LE 7~6683 after 3:00 p.m. 15c4 & Pacific Ave. Residence phone ------------LE 7-3748; 15ctf BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices ---·-..--·-----· 13--Farm Column Alder wood fer before ordering your winter oil FOR SALE FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, sup!"l_Y. LAPENSKI FUEL. 9920 fireplaces. $18.00 cord deliver15p4 $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE Pac1hc. Ave. LE 7-8173. 15ctf ed; WA 7-1178. " 7-5972. 13ctf I•OR SALE - 2 sets bunk beds RUBBER STAMPS made to order; EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, with mattresses. Complete, $15 Bl;ntvelt Printing Co., 8614 by the bale, ton or truck load; set;. LE 7-4363, 15c4 Portland Avenue, LE 7-5853. 15c7 J. A. Dove, phone LE ?-6709. LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo ··· l3ctf . Service for developing. In at NECCHl portable sewing machine returned. Couldn't pay pay1.0. out 'lt 5. <!R1 ~ P;icifk Ave ments. Has zig zag attachment, etc. You take over small payG81:M SWAP 'N SHOP ments. Dir. 5440 So. Tacoma Way. 15c4 Ref. $47.50, guaranteed; youth SPECIAL ORDERS CAKESheel, $15; Bathinctte, $5; bassPhone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann inette, $5; daveno, $15; desk, Bakery. 15cii $17.50; full. single, % beds & ASSUME $2.50 weekly payments springs, $15 & $30; buffet $15; Bureau m1 repossessed MAYTAG wash::ipt.~si:.'.;c 1·angc, $22.50. er. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1118 LE 'l'-3501 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c4 G&M FIX·IT SHOP

scR::E&>fED_T.OP-SOIL--No Heme Farm rocks or roots. Crushed Rock, 1260;5 Pacific :!:>rain Gravel, Fill Dirt ai1d Screened Road Gravel that 10 ACRES packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. NEAR E:itcmville, with chicken 3ctf house, barn. 2-car garage and nice 3-plus bedroom home with basement; $16,000, with $5000 All makes of furnaces for sale; Uuwu. Jennie Grutlv.ig, specializing in Williams OIL 'O' Jennie J•• Grodvig MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water Installations, Service; reason- Parkland Realty Co. able; 755 South 108th, LE. 7Insurance of All Kinds 4045. 3ctf Notary Puhlic _ * ___ Est. in Parkland Since 1941 CERAJ\flC 'TILE _,_ Drain boards, LE 7-8609 Of!ice ba!.h rooms; store fronts; etc. !102 Garfield St., Parkland Remodel and patch work; free estimates; phone LE 7-4795; "Deal with the people who give 12304 East F St. 3ctf Y'JU their persona! attention,''

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legals (Continued from Pagee 6) said Andrew Babcock, deceased, and l\liagg1e CooJJcr BabcucK, deceased, and the Unknown Heirs at Law of the said Andrew Babcock <tnd Maggie Cooper Babcock, deceased; and Robert Babcock imd Jane Doe Babcock, his wife; Sylvester Babcock, and Jane Doe Babcock, his wife; and Hester (Mrs. William Boyer) Babcock, and her husband, William Boyer; Mary Jane (Mrs. Josh Wilson) Wilson, and .her husband Josh 'Wilson; if the above named parties are living, and if the above named parties are deceased, the , Unknown heirs at Law of the above named parties; Mrs. Florence Sheeler, and John Doe Sheeler, her husband; Mrs. Herb Sheeler, and her husband,· John Doe Sheeler, if living, or the. unknown heirs at law of the ttbove named parties; and Jesus Torres, and Jane Doe Torres, if married, if Jiving, and if deceased, the Unknown Heirs at Law of the said Jesµs Torres, and Jane Doe Torres, his wife, if deceased; The State of Washington; and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or intert'lst in the real estate described in the Complaint, herein, DEFENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within twenty (20) days, exclusive of the day· of service, if served in the County; cir within sixty ( 60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit, within sixty ( 60) .days .after the !l6th day of September, 1957, and defend the above erititled action in the S.uperior Court aforesaid a11d answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney for the plaintiffs, at ·his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the complaint in this action which has been filed with the clerk of this court. The object of this action is to Quiet Title in the Plaintiffs, and for the· Specific Performance of Sale of . Real Estate in Pierce County, Washington, described as follows: West Half of Lot .24, and all of Lots 25 and 26, in Block 18, BROOKDALE, Pierce County, State of Washington, according to Plat recorded in Book 5, of Plats at Page 7, Pierce County, Washingtcm, against the claim of the defcnd.?'nts and any one of them. KENDALL 0: HALVORSEN Attorney for the Plaintiffs Office and Post Office Address: 217 Garfield Street P.O. Box 2455, Parkland Branch 'l'acoma •14, Washinqlon US.A. Published. in the T1mescJ ou,·nal Sept. 26; Oc~..3, 10, 17; 24, 31, 1957. ANNON W. MAY Attorney 1107-8 P.S.B. Bldg • .Tacoma

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Woodland P-TA executive board met Sept. 25 at the home of the vie: president, Mi·s. Jack Phillips. Plans were made for the carnival and dinner and it was recommended. that a spaghetti dinner be served for $1.00 for adults and 50c for children, to be voted on at the Oct. 11 meeting. At this meeting there will be a membership drive, according to the membership chairman, Mrs. Jewel Fox. President Armand LeBlanc will appoint a committee to plan the Halloween party. Mrs. Clara Harrington, Woodland P-TA room mothers chairman, called a meeting of the room mothers Sept. 25 to make plans for the school year. Duties of the room mothers are: (1) to assist room teachers with holiday parties and extra activities; (2) Serve at the P-TA meetings; (3) Assist at school picnics in the spring. It was deeided to have two afternoon parties, Christmas and Valentine, and that .each child should bring 25c to cover expenses of these. parties. The following women will serve as room mothers for the year: Kindergarten, Mesdames L. K. Baker, Everett. Spencer, Richard Junk, Leonard Brandfas; 1st grade, Elmer Grening, Don Hamilton, Eleanor Adams, Ford Doyle; 2nd grade, Ben Erickson, Dale VanDerschelden, Joe Ternes, Ralph Bessett; .3rd grade, Walter West, Arthur Bayda, Charles Burgmeir, Robert Shanklin; 4th grade, Kenneth Wade, Wayne Vrieze, Harol_d Seaman, Boyd Brakken; 5th grade, Carl Zeime1-, Julian Norwil, Leslie Mushatt, Robert Maas; 6th. grade, Lewis Bigelow, Willia~ Long, Rnbert Carlson, Jack Gallagher, ·woodland Presch9ol will meet Oct. 8 at 8:00 p: m. in the school lunch room. Starts Course Marlene St.. Pierre has entered Seattle Dental· college in Seattle for a three-year course. At Retreat Mrs. Margaret David attended the North Pacific Covenant women's retreat a~ The Firs in. Bellingham ·over}he weekend .. Wofuent from Covenant churches of North Pacific states attended. Vacatipn ... • Mr. and Iv!rs .• Elba CamJlbcH and Ollirginia and Joyce enjoyed a vacation in northern California last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and son of Wopdland road opened a drive-in hamburger stand Edgewood recently.

EDITOR'S NOTE All properly signed Leners to the Editor will bE; pri11ted as submitted, excepting de!e·

Bah Mnntgomery cf 1818 East 93rd. \VG.S pleasantlv surprised recently \vhc'n t•.vo of his sisters, Mrs. M2y Tuell and Mrs. Ida Cramer of Loogootee, Indisna, c2,m3 to vis1t him for an indefinite time. It has been 30 years since they have seen each other. Helpinc; to entertain the visitors a1:e their five nieces, Mesdames Rosella Bronson, Ruby Kjalseth, Roberta Glover, Garnet Jennerjohn and Eva Clark. Birthday Club Hostess for the Birthday club Friday evening was Mrs. Allen Zook. The members honored Mrs. Larry Cleary for her September birthday: Besides the hostess and honored _guest those present were Mesdames Charles Harris, Fred Siehl, Herman Portz, A. Thompsonson, Harold Stavig, ·Walter Corrigan, Clifford Tuller and Joseph J oringdal. Big Fish A very happy boy about two weeks ago was Carl Zook, who went fishing in the Sound with his dad and family and pulled in two salmon trout weighing in at over five and seven pounds. You can just bet that Carl will be a real fishing enthusiast. Congnitulations, Carl! Carl is just eight years old. Stork Shower Miss Nancy Herrington and her mother, Mrs. R. C. Strout of Curran road were hostesses for a stork shower hono1;ing Mrs. Larry Nichols (Mary Goodwin). After playing some interesting games, refreshments were served. Enjoying the evening were Mesdames Richard Godwin, Jerry Godwin, 0. Shockley, John Hall, ·Walter Corrigan, Nancy and Sandra's grandmother, and the Misses Valeria Bombardier, Nina Ayei·s, Marlene Corrigan and Sandra Strout. Reporter-Marlene Corrigan, LE 7-.85'15. "Ii!!

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In the SuRerior Court of the State of Washington, for the County of Pierce. No. 59991 NOTICE. OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In The Matter of the Estate of LENA STINE Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY/ GIVEN that Annon W; May, Executor of the est.ate of Lena Stine has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his Fina\ Report and Peti. tion for Distribution, asking ·.the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis· charge said Annon W. May and that said report and petition will be heard on the 25th day of October, 1957 at 10:00 a.m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any persons interested in said estate may appear and file objections and contest the same. Dated this 19th day of Sepember, 1957. Robert L. Dykeman Clerk of said Court. By Chari.es C..Ita Deputy Published in the Times-Journal Sept; 26; Oct. 3, 10, 1957.

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After two weeks on the road, Still searching for their first ·Puget Sound league v,ictory, the the Bethel Br&ves finally come Franklin Pierce Cardinals meet home this weelL The Braves meet the Enu_mclaw Hornets tonight the Vashon Pirates this Friday at 8 p.m. The game will take night .in a West Central League place·· at the Cardinal athletic battle at the Bethel Field. Kickfield.off time is: 8 p.m. . Presented weekly as a public service by the Bargain Basket The game was originally schedBesides · being an important Los Angeles, Calif.-S/21/57-According to a report just uled -for Friday night 'but the game in .the league race, the rec<l'!'.ved, radio announcer Ben Hunter, on station KFI, Los Angeles, WEA InstituG ~t Jason Lee in opener has special importance for i·eceived a telephone message concerning a UFO that crashed in New Tacpma Friday necessitated the .the Bethel prep program. The Mexic~. The _telephone mes~age was from a Gordon Stru~ai, a change. Franklin Pierce high will Bethel Boosters, an organization fecordmg engmeer from Capitol. Records, HoHywood. Accordmg to ded ~ca · t d t th ·· d · I Mr. Strugal, the bodies of two little men were recovered from the not be in session Friday, e o e se1-v1:e ~n Im· wreck. Renton's powerful . Indians provement of Bethel Junior and '" " ,,, garnered. a stubborn 27-0 victory senior highs, will be sponsoring Beunos Aires, Argentina.,.-8/18/56-The mystery of an unover the Cards last week with a the game. x identified craft spotted over the city of Beunos Aires is still unpowerful running attack at the All proceeds will go to the ,solved. The craft came three hours after midnight and was seen Renton Stadium: The Cards once Booster fund from Friday's tilt by a num)>er _of p~~ple gathered ~? the streets. They described the agaih failed .to display an offens- with the Vashon eleven .Admis" UFO outlines as very unusual. It had; the external shape of . . . · ·. . . .. . "two lummous spheres-very hugs and bright--:-connected to each 1ve .attack which could score. But sion prices will be 75 cents for other with. a kind of glowing cone. This cone emitted, at intervals, the defens~ mani;tge~ to make a a~)llts, 50_. ~ents. for students flashes of grsenish light, which lighted briefly the surrounding sky." good showmg despite the one- without activity tickets, and 25 +he craft stopped for a .. few mom;mts over the city, then darted sided score. cents for grade schoolers, .Per- through the sky at a fantastic speed an.d disappeared into the The ·Cards held the Indians sons wishing to join the booster night in a split-second. No one h"!flrd any sound coming from it. scoreelss in the middle periods group. can purchase ..a .ticket . for . . . . . .. '' ~• * . . _. but the Indians scored twice in two· dollars which wiff gaui' t1iem' .,.,_ ····Norfolk, Vrr~m1a-~0;'.20/5o-A strange O~Ject, descnbed. as ·f· · • d l . . admission a d a me bership t round and metallic lookmg was seen by two witnesses wbo spotirst an ast canto~ to pl1e up . n m a ted the object at a heiaht of about· 30 000 feet. It came to a the 27 points. A picked up furn- a savmg. complete standstill, then° swooped, disap~eared, came back and ble and a short scamper after a The Bethel eleven scored a disappeared again. They watched the object for about two minutes -----------------.,.---------------...,,,Franklin Pierce fumble gave the major victory last Friday when. and said that V(hen it moved it flew at terrific speeds. When they ' Renton team two quickie scores they edge!i the Peninsula Sea- 'had lost sight of it, it was going straight up at high speed, "just in the fourth period. The Hornets hawkJ; 7-0 in their league open- like a bullet." They said the object was "disc-shaped." were trouncing the Sumner ed. The Seahawks are defending * • * Spartans at the same time to the champions and were one of the Homestead, Pennsylvania - 6/21/56 . ....., ~ dozen district boy tu~e of 27-0 at Enu..-:nclaw. Neil big ones on Coach Ed Niehl's scouts_ and several bystanders reported flymg d1;ics over the Home-; stead area. Member~ of Scout Troop ~ and their scoutmaster, EdBalsley 185-pound fullback scar- schedule. .. ' .-. . . .. ' ward R. Ferchak, said that durmg their meetmg at the Homestead ed all 27 pomts in the romp over A third quarter touchdown Park School Playground, the disc-shaped objects shot out of the tho weak Sumner eleven. Runs proved to be the differe11ce .as . clouds, maneuve,red for about 40 seconds and then disappeared og 4, 14,. 70 apd 12 yards ac- !iethel recovered a Seahawk from'view. Travelling at "terrific speed" the discs appeared ·in the ~ou.nted for ·the Balsley scoring fumble on the enemy's 20. Full- southwest. qu~rtcr of. t.he sky, said ~he scouts, ;vbo us<;d compasses ~h1le the Hornets· were outclass- back Gary Gregg rammed dovm to determ:ne ,he positio;; of tho; obiects. The _dis.?s, which appeared ing the Sumner gridders. the middle for the score from about S:?iJ p.m.•. were very silvery and shmy and. maneuvered . h very rapidly durmg the two appearances. The boys said they man· 1 l ~oac h El d_on KyLo. of P~erce t e seven and the Bi·~ve fullback euvered after coming out of the clouds; disappearing back into them, praised the work of Al Svinth, counted the cxtri: pomt. made one more appearance and then disappeared. Gary Gchrman;n and Gary Moore The Pirates of Vashon mean~ ~ " 'for thefr play in the Renton game. while were d~feating th.e Fife ' London-4/4/5'l'-Radar stations throughout Britan were alMoore, all-conference end last 'Trojans by tlie same score. The ·erted to look for a mysterious flying object tracked by Air. Min· year, was impressive in his first island c_lub has now won two in istry observers over southwest Scotiand. Three radar operators restart since being injured in the a row after a 33-game losing porte~ independently that the object fiash~d across .their screens opening ga~e. streak. Much of the credit lies fravehng at 6_0,000 feet. The operators said t~e obiect suddenly 'th h d . t B d dived to a h_eight of 14,000 feet, made two whirls, then v:rnrnhed wi . new ea men or U t.o the south. "We ate investigating the matter," an Air Ministry Blevms ~ho has woven a strong ·spokesman said. "We do not know what the object was. Intelli· T formatwn attack. gence expel'ts are studying the reports and a detailed statement Coach Niehl of Bethel i once may be made soon." The object was sighted by two lonely radar again praised the entire defens- posts in Scotland's hilly Vvigtownshire. A Royal Air Force statio11ive line for an outstanding. 'ob near Luce Bay on -the southwestern tip. of Scotland also caught it th · t p · G S ~l on radar .It last was i'eported seen heading toward the Isle cf Man. e agams cnmsi: 1a. ene .m • Royal Air Force officials said no planes were in the area at the wood, Carl Scrive, Dale _Nielsen time. The mys,tery object was described as too fast, too big and and Del Hardy led m the too maneuverable to have been· a plane. (Ed. note: Later radio "tackles" department. reports said the object was positively identified as an unidentified Gregg and Calvin Christoph flying object). " , were once again singled out in * * * both the backfield.

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I-Inlf-Notcs: Nat "King" Cole's "Around The ·World" extended play, has recently passed the 180,000 mark jn sales . . . . . Everyone seems' to be recording "Silhouettes", bllt Steve Gibson could hape the big· one . . . . . Elvis Presley is bound to sell a million copies ·of "Jailhouse Rock" and ,'Treat Me Nice" - if he hasn't already . . . . . "Billboard", one of the better tradep magazines1 reports Vic Damone's "An Affair To Remember'' as an upand-comer. It's been around for some time now, but it could still be a big one for •Vic ..... "Rainbow" Hamilton could return lo the pop polls with either "Wed-, din( Ring" or the flip side, "I Still Belong To You". Both are very good.

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