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Sec. 34 ..66 P.L.&R U.S. Postage Paid Parkland Branch facoma, Wash. Permit No. 9P Occupunt or Boxholder llural Ro'.1te Postmaster: If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed pn addressed papers.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER ·10, 1857

Homecomu11g

Spanaway Rifle Ch~bl Meets 10U1

Friday, Oct. 18, is the date set for the third annual homecoming at Fra!lklin Pierce high school. Alumni and the faculty at·e in'The Spanu\\'11,Y 8nipcrs1 iunior vited to a social hour in the rifle club, will meet this (Thurs- school cafeteria at 6:30 prccccdday) evening at 7:30 in the rec- ing the game: reation hall ai the Mccropolitan park. The club charter from t.he National Rifle Association will be presented to the group by Chet Paulson. All interested friends and prospective "1-cmbers are cordially invited. The club is o. ··proj•cct 'of the The Pierce County Fire ComSpana,;vay" Recreation cominitt<~e missioners held their fall meetand open to boys and girls from ing at the Summit fire hall Oct. J 2 to 18 years of age. 3, 1957. This wns a combination social Bobbie Durbin is president of the Rifles; Ethelyn Newell, vice and business meeting and the president; Gary Justice, secretary. wives of aH the Commissioners and the Chiefs and Secretaries in treasurer. the county had been invited to a dinner which was served by the Summit LadiesAuxiliary. Guests of honor were President and Mrs. Ralph Houle pf the State Association from Renton Vee Cornell will give demon- and Pierce County Commissioner strations on making fibre flow- Emmett and Mrs. Burks. Several topics of business were ers and candles during lecture hour, at the regular ~eeting of discussed, along with the plans Collins Grange this Thursday for the forthcoming meeting to be evening, Oct. 10, beginning at held in Spokan~ on Nov. 8th and 8:00 o'clock. All Grangers are 9th. All Fire Commissioners, Chiefs, Secretaries and their Vl'clcome. Collins Grange members en- wives are urged and invited to. joyed· a pleasant evening at the attend the Annual Conference ,James Sales Grange meeting Oct. on the above dates in Spokane. 3_ In an exchange of programs, CANYON ROAD . . Collins returned the courtesy by putting on their share of the program.

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Dl'uscl.b Bartley, 11-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray BarUey is convalescing nicely ·at LEnox 7 -0223 Mary Bridge Children's hospital in Tacoma folJo,ving an Bnusual operation last Friday_ She hnd been slightly lame all her life due to faulty development of nne hip socket. Using amazing new techniques, the surgeons grafted into th~ hip socket bone structure from the "bone bank" and it is expected that she will make a fine recovery and be quite free from her former handicap. Drusella is reported a fine lit· tle patient and doing so well that she will enjc i' hearing from her friends. "Get Well" cards and other messages of cheer are quite in order. ·

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Big Chapel r~ears End Of four~ Day Journey

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When the U. S. Navy Band played two fine concerts Wednesday in the P. L. C. gym, a huge American flag over .15 feet long covered the wall behind the musicians and provided. an impressive background for the col· orful scene. The beautiful banner was loan· ed by the Parkland Junior Chamber of Com1nerce,_ whot>e president, Newt Willis, and Mrs. Willis were honored guests for the evening concert. Another interesting . flag was lonned by Mrs. Ted Wormald and was used on a. s.tanda.I:d..on, the ... . were ·n1ade:-_ ·Bob Eo*ubs,- Jvfarlon stage. This flag is believed to be sheep; Bob Bason, bees; Dennis the oldest one in the state with Austini -Duroc Je1·scy pigs; I\1ichthe 48 stars. ael I\ershner, Shorthorn cattle; La\vrence Kershner, bees. Michael Kershner, reporter Reporter --'- Mrs. John Folk, LE 7-5801.

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ning of Gan1cs" being sponsored by tho Midland Orthopedic Guild this Friday evl~ningt Oct. 11,' at 8:00 p.m., in the Midland Improvement Club Hall. All proce;:::ds go to the IYiary ,_ Bridge Childi·en's Hospital for maintenan.ce upkeep. Mrs. Henry Teffre is general chairman assisted by Mesdames Peter rI'effre, La Verne Olsen, Albert Asplund, Edward C ocbcl, Grace Pierson and all the membL,rs of the Guild. Some person will he awarded an electric s_a,v. P-TA The Harvard-Midland P-TA will meet Wcdncsdny, Oct. JG, at 8:00 p.m. in the Harvard school, l\frs. I'.Carl Strand presiding. A proi;i-am will be presented, with opci1 house,. in the -c1n-ss rooms. For the social hoUt-. 1st grade mothers wiil be hostesses. Reporter .,-- Marlene Corrigan, LE 7-8545.

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ing of all of the facilities of the Par!>land Methodist church to new buildings at this new site. \Vilbur Roberts. Jr., is the chairman of the New Building committee. Serving with him are Gerald Vari Beek, Herbert Cox, Travers Dryer, Alfred Grodvig, Mrs. Gcirgc . H. Miller, Orville Weeks, Stanley Pietrzykowski, R. T. Westerman, George Carlson, Val )3erntsen and Charles Peter" son. Mr. Pcte\·son is also president if the board· of trustees and was responsible for completing the purchase Of this chapel building. H. Ma.rk Bi:yan, Jr. of Rainbow Contractirs did the moving. Photo by McKewen

Don't forget!! Tonight is Old Timers Night at the Canyon Road Community club. Come j \01 us in our potluck dinner and listen to the yams of the Old Timers. It should be good and we hope our chairman, Mrs. Niquette, will be well enough to be with us. Sympathy Our deepest syn1pathy to Mrs. Williard Panchot of Canyon road on the passing of her husban1l. Inst week. Backwoods 4-H The meeting of the Backwoods 4CH club was called to order by Dennis Austin at the home of Boh~a.con. The following reports

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The chapel building shown street to the top of the hill. above was moved through ParkWork will begin immediately land last week on its way from on repairing the building and Fort Lewis to its new location at cinstructing a smalhaddition to 12183 "A" street. There it will it with the goal of having it in serve as the temporal'.Y sanctu- usable condition for a consecraary for the Parkland Methodist tion service on Nov. 17. congregation while their present This building marks the first buildings at Pacific avenue and step in a long range program to Wheeler streets will be used to build a ,complete new sanctuary, house their expanding Sunday fellowship hall and church school school. Electrical service . was / unit at this location. When con· interrupted briefly as wires had struction.of a new sanctuary has to be cut to let the nearly 40- been completed, this chapel, then foot-high building pass. .Traffic larger building, be converted was held up for a short time on an integral part of the new and Pacific avenue as the building lo ruse as church school space or was moved across the highway a fellowship hall. This long range and squeezed up narrow 12lst plan calls for the eventµal mov-

Old Timers Nite Big flag Loaned Golden Wedding · Reception Set Oct 10 At Hall At Band Concert

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Brooltdeille P-TA To Meet Tuesday Brookdale P-TA will meet in the multi-purpose room ut the school Tuesday, Oct.. 15, at 8:00 p.m., Mrs. A. D. Storlie presiding. An interesting progra1n has been aiTanged. The kindergarten mothers will be hostesses for the soda] hour.

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FOR AUTOMATIC FILL· UP WITH THE

Dr. Gkn V. Grewell and Mrs. Grewell ha vc returned to their home at 800 South ll8t.h st.red, Parkland, aftc1· spending five years at. Charleston, ··wash .. where he ,;crvcd as fockral meat inspector. Dr. Grewell ret.~·cd last June and is now in the V'ctcrans S~RVICE hospital in Scaltlo for observation and possible surgcr.;.~.

Meeting with th\l new pastor of Parkland Lutheran church, the Rev. H. A. Thieste, young people of the church have formed a fellowship group. Temporary offic· ers are: President, Gwen Daniels; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Viola Goodman.· In addition to devotional services and Bible studies, the club will enjoy an attractive program of social activities. At present the regular. meeting will be held at the church the first Sunday of the month.

Parkland P~ TA Meeting Oct~ 17 Parkland P-TA will · meet Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Franklin Pierce high school cafoteria at 8:00 p.ri:L Morris Ford, superintendent of the Franklin Pierce district, will be the speaker. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Don Nothdurft. The flag salute will be led hy Brownie Troop No. 190, including Julie Vanek, Susan Liirson, Christie J{aren Kamcheff, Jo Frances Cnlk, Bnrhara . Seaman, Gerry Ann Gilliland, Elizabeth Grove,C:o:ithia Todd, Barbara Craig and Janel Knight. Open house will be held in. the 7th and 8th grades.

S1111nday School Staff Receives Recognit'ie>n Sunday wiII be a very special day for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. McFarland (Ed and Emma to their many friends) as the Midland Conununlty hall \viJl be the ttcenc of n recuptlon honoring them on their 50t.h wedding anniversary. Between the hours of 2:00 and Li:OO p.m. friends and neighbors will gather to share the happy occasion and offer congratulations. -Photo by McKewen The McFarlands were mari~cd Oct. .11, 1907 in the East years with the railroad. Both enCungregaL1onal church, Tacoma. The two had grown up in tb c joy a number of interests. He is san1c co1nn1unity near Brainard, a member of the Brotherhood of Minn., and had been sweethearts Locomotive Firemen & Enginefor four years. The great North- rnen and she is looking forw;,rd to receiving hei- 40-year pin in •west attracted the young man f.ho Auxiliary of that group, and he came to the Coast where which is now due. he got a job with the Northern The couple are very proud of Pacific railroad. After a time he pe1·su2_dcd his fiancec to join hin1 their family: A son Howard and bis wife and children now live and they were married. Among the guests ·next. Sun- on the adjoining place. The boys, day will be one couple who at- Pat and Bobbie, won honors and tended their wedding 50 years good hard cash this year at the ag~>. They arc Mr. and Mrs. John Sumner and Puyallup fnirs with Seifert of Tacoma, Mr. McFar- their purebred Jersey heifers and now have the start of a nice land's sister and her husband. About :n years ago they dairy herd, thanks to their 4-H bought a tract of stump land on activities. The girl, J::hristinn, State Historical Hoad No. 1 and will soon be old enough for 4-H ha\:e Jb,;(:J there ·ever since, con- v;ork. stantly improving lhe place and Arrang 0 ments fOJ" the Sun day now living very comfortably in afternoon reception have been their cozy home. Mr. McFarland made by the Howard McFarlands, retired 10 years ago after 42 assisted by close friends.

Preschool At Spanaway 16th Spanaway Preschool will meet in the school 'lunch mom Wed· nesday evening, Oct. 16, at 8:00 o'click, Mrs. Donald Palmer, president, presiding. Refreshments will be served by three hostesses, Mrs. Harry Leonard, Mrs. Jack Chadwick and Mrs. Charles Everett. More 1nombors nrP. needed jn Spanaway Preschool to supply the many needs of the kindergarten. PtacticaJJy anyone may join: People interested in the small child; parents of children .of preschool age; expectant mothers; grandparents, aunts and uncles; professional people in ihe field of child development. A cordial invitation is extendod to any of these polcntial members, A pleasant c_vcning is pro~·

Sales Preschool jamcs Sales Preschool will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 8:00 p.m. in the school auditorium. A cordial invitation is extended .to all parents of pre-school and kindergarten childi-en .. A get-acquainted evening with gan1es and n1ixers is planned. Hostesses for the evening will be :rvr.csdan1cs Carl Foster, Frank Seaman, Herbert Lord and Donald Archer.

He::i.ds and staff memlJ.ers of the Sunday school department of Parkland Lutheran church received special recognition •during Sunday services on Sept. 2U. Superintendent. of the depnrtment is Al Langseth, who also heads the Senior division. M\·s. Walt.er Daniels is ·in charge of the Junior department; the intenncdio.te dcpartmdnt is in charge of Mrs .. Donald Daniels. Miss Janet Brown heads the Primary department, Miss Elizabeth Hellend the Primary section. The Church also maintains a Christian day school, instructed by Miss Hellcnd. The school is maintained for the benefit of those who wish to supplement their children's secular education wiih additional emphasis on daily fundamental instruction.

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Booster Nite fer E. P. Grange Elk Plain Grange No. 782 will. hold Booster Nite this (Thursday) evening, beginning at 8:00 o'clock. Glenn Ash of Graham, member of the new Bethel Booster club, will be a speaker. There will be a program of music, also 4-H .demonstrations and an e:,p1nnation of Grange ''.vork. A social hour with refreshments will conclude the evening. This will be an open meeting and all people of th!! area are cordially invited to attend.

Play.school Now In Operation A meeting of the mothers of the newly organized Summit Cooperative Play .School was held at the home of Mrs. H. L. Pruitt last Thursday eveniqg. The mothers came from several surrounding communities and decided to have the Play School at Canyon Road Commuftity hall, 80th and. Canyon road, each Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., starting Jn·st Tuesday, Oct. 8. The teacher, Mrs. K. L .Coates, will be assisted at each session by two mothers. The tuition fee is $4.50 a month for the first child and $2.25 for each additional child. Applications are , still being taken. Officers for the year are: Pres,ident Mrs. K. W. Knowlton; vice presidents, Mrs. Bruce Brennan and Mrs. Russel Fulkerson; secretary; Mrs. W. J. Hoffman; treasu;·er, Mrs. J_ F .. Wystrach, Others assisting are: Purchas-· ing agent, Mrs. · L. J. Kalapus; hospitality, Mrs. L. L. Larsen, publicity, Mrs. H. Wenman; telephone committee, Mrs. Joseph Olson, Mrs .. B. R. Carlson and Mrs. Mylo Muxen. Further information .concerning the Play School may be obtainec;l by calling Mrs;. J. F. Wystrach, LE 1-1466, Tacoma, or Mrs. K W. E;nowlton, TH 5-1602 Puy~Uup.

Collins News CORRECTION-"Miss Rocket'', hydroplane to be shown at the school 'carnival Oct. 31, is from the Rocket Distributing Co., not from the firm mentioned last week. Congratulations It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Ed 0. Swalandcr, the new son having been born Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gqrow and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swalanher are the grandparents; Bo.nrd M:eeting The .Collins.·. P-TA .executive board 1vill lll.eetihis CThiirsday) evening at 8:00 in the school gym, Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burgeson, LE 7-7G40. Jack W. Hoyer, storekeeper seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hoyer, 9906 Croft St., has returned from a seven-month tour of duty in the.Pacific ocean, Rboard. the attack cargo ship USS Tulare. SEE THE WEEKL ¥

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Carol William~. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton G. Williams, will be installed as Worthy Advisor of Faith .A.ssembly :t-ro. 145 at the public installation on Oct. 12, at 8:00 p.m. The other elected officers are: Pat Halverson, Wort11y Associate Advisor; Gini Dryer, Charity; Karen Motteler, Hope; and Ginny Clinton, Faith .. Mrs. Ethan Nelson, Mother Advisor and Shirley Roufs, Worthy Advisor, will preside. Other .installing officers will be: Nan McKaffery, chaplain; Cynthia Cox, recorder; Sharon Bowman, marshal!; Maggie liewis, musician; Betty Martin, soloist; and Julie Armstrong, Pat Danforth, and Sheila Marcy. Taking care of the program will be Jonathan and Steven Peterson. Pamela Williams will be handling the guest book.

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Altar Soeibty The Altar Society of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic church will med Monday, Oct. 14, at 8:00 p.111. ·in the parish house, Mrs. Joe Boyle presiding. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank O'Leary, Jane and Marg:net O'· Leary and Mrs. John °0'Lcary.

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11024 Pacific ·A./ve~, Tnco111a In the Sunedm· Court oi the Stat~ of Washington for the County o! Pierce. No. 6375:3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA PILLON Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been •appointed 2.nd has. qualified as Administratrix witli the will· annexed of the above entitled·. estate; that all personf:) having _claims against said deceased arc hereby required to serve. the sam(l, duly verified, oo said Clara Jenkins, .Administratrix with the will annexed, or Peters & Tracy, attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the· same with ·the· Clerk of so.id Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice qr the same will be barred. ' Date of first publication Sept. 26, 1957. CLARA JENKINS, Administratrix of said estate: PETERS & TRAC'\'.'

KENDALL O. HALVORSEN Atiornev 217 Garfield -Street Parkland In the Superior Com·t of the State of W?Shington in anti for the County of41Piei'ce. No. 13.3712 SUM M 0 NS . BY PUBLICATION JAMES W. GRATE, ·and HAZEL CRATE, husband and ;,vife, . _. Plambffs, Vs. ANDREW BABCOCK, deceased, and MAGGIE (COOPER) BABCOCK, deceased; and the Unknown Heirs at Law of the said Andrew Babcock, and Maggie Cooper Babcock, deceas::d; and ROBERT BABCOCK an.cl Jane Doe Babcock, his wil'e; S¥LVESTOR BABCOCK and Jane Doe Babcock, his wife; and HESTER (MRS.<. WILLIAM BO'r'"ER) BABCOCK, and her husband WILLIAM BOYER; ..MARY JANE (MRS. ·JOSH WILSON) WILSON, and her hu.sband Josh Wilson; if the above named parties . arc deceased, THE UNKNOV)'N

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HEIRS AT LAW of . the above na.m~d.··.·Pa.ities;- J.y1RS. FLC)R .. EJ:~C£ 'SITEELER, i:t'rid 'John 1>oe SherJer_; nnd 1vfllS. }rEHB SI-I~ELER, and her ·husband, John Due -Sheeler if- ilvin·g, or the lTtik.no\vn :Heirs at Law of thf; _a]J6ve :n1~1_ned. _parties; ~ind .JES1JS T<)RRES and .Jane Doc 'l1orres, if -lnarried, if li\(ing, if dee-eased~ the Unkno-wn lieirs at La\v of the Said Jesus 'I'orres, and Jane Doe Torres, his wife, H deceased; THE STATE OF \VASHINGTO.N: npdull olher pei:soiis or pa~-Lies t~nknoyv,n e1n!rrnng ~ny r1g~t, t1,tle1 e,sr.ate, hen, _or-1nt_erest ~n the 1·cal e;itate d~sqnbed m ihe Complamt herein, Defendanls. The StP.te of Washington to the said Andrew Dabcock, deceased, and. I..1ag!Jie Cooper Babcock. deceased, and the Unknown Heirs at Law of the said Andrew Bahcock and Maggie Cooper Babcock, deceased; and Robei·t Bab'cock and June Doe B,;bcock, his wife; Sylvestor Babcock, and Jane Doe Babcock, his wife; 'and Hester (Mrs. William Boyer) Babcock, m1d her husbimd, William Boyer; Mary Jane (Mrs. Josh "Wilson) Wilson, and her husband Josh vVilson; if the above' named parties are living, and ii ..the above named parties are deceased, the Unknown hei:!'s at Law al.the above.named pflrties; Mrs. Florence Sheeler, and John Doe Sheeler, l1E!r husband; Mrs. Herb Sheeler, and her husband, John Doe Sheeler, if living, or 1

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tober, 1957 at 10:00 a.m., at the of . the Probate Depa,rtrnen~ Clerk 6£ said Court the Probate Dc- ssi.id Cot1 rt td: Y1~hich tirne and By M. SKIDMORE ptlrttne.nt of su:id Court,. ~it v1hich pl»J.Ci"'' nny fi2T.'}D11S :intl:>"l'C:H,;:::.l fr1 TJcpt1ty t:lrne and place any persons in~, s~'tid <:'stnt.1:.• znay upf;e::u· ~t!H.l t'Jle PETERS, T}Li\CY & Vll'I'T tete:3,teJ in snid. esto.te IHLI:Y up,· :>bjccUons thereto and cont(;St the~ Ai torneys fo1· Adminlst.ratrix pear and file objectibns and con· sar11e. 110"~ A ~e.nue · - , ,· . ::. . .:. P ac1Tic... --test the sarne. Dated this :10th day .of s,cp· 'I acoma ·1'1. \.v asnmgton Dnted this 10th dny of Scp- tcrnbc·r, 1957. Ptiblisiwd in the 'l"im2s Journ;J erriber, 1957. ROBERT D\'J(EMAN Oct. lO, 1·1, 2'1, 1957. Hobert L. Dykeman Clerk of said Court. By Charles C. Ita Deputy Published in the Times-Journal Published in the Times-Jomnnl Sept. 26; Oct. ~. 1.0, 17, 24, 31., Sept. 2G; Oct. 3, J 0, 19:>7. 1957. PETERS, TRACY & WITT AJ!>i'NON W. MAY Attorneys Att(lm.~y 11024 Pacific Av.enue 1107~8 ·P.S.13. Bldg. Tacoma 44, Washington 'l'acoma ·In the Siwe«ior Coud 1>f the State In the Superi(lt· Court of tbe .State of Washington for the Conaty of W nshingfon for the County 1>f Plet-ce. of Plew:. " ' No. 62902 N0 ~9.991 NOTICE OF HEARING g NOTICE HEARING FINAL REPORT AND FINAL REPORT AND PETITION PETITION FOR .DISTRIBUTION FOR DISTRIBUTION In_ The /~~tter o..f the Estate of In The Matter of the Estate of MAR - '" STE:F,LE

tlbovG ·t!a:ined pa·rties; a:nd Jestis ing to Plat reecirded ill B.ook 'Iu.ITP~J. -and. Jar1.e .DDe TorTes, if !1 of Plut;g "Bi Pngi:' ~·, Pie:ree nLc:trried, _it 11..,ling, and if detE:C,_9C-C1 tuit:!t, _\. V"'.aZhingten~ I! ed~ the lJnk11ov,:n 1-Ici1·s a~ l.i::nv against th.e. cbUn pf thr-:. defendof the sa.ld .Je~lUS ri'orre:i, nnd ~Jane ants and any o.ne of them. Doe Tot'.·l'es, his '\vife, if dt~ceaS2d; KENDALL O. HALVORSEN Th~~ 8-late ·of \V:.:u;hingt.op; and µ11 Attprney for the ·Plaintlffs other persons 01· p~u·ties unkno\vn \!lailning any right, title, estate, Office and Post Office Address: iicn, or int01·0st ,in the rcnl estate 217 Garfield Slreel described in the Con1plaint, here~ P.O. Box 24.56, Parkland Bmnd1 in, DEFENDANTS: Tacoma 44, Washington, U.S.A.

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You and onch of you arc hereby summoned to appear within twenty 1:JO) clays, exclusive of the <lay of se1'yice, if served i11 the County\ or 1.\rithin sixty (GO) ,days after thn. dnfo pf th(; first publi. cation of this summons, to wit, within.sixiy (GO) days after the :'Gth day of September, 1957, and tlefend the above ontitled action in. the Supm·ior Conrt · afornsnid and answer the complaint of the' plaintiffs and serve a copy ·of your answer upon th" undersigned atto1·ney 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 obj0ct of this action is to Quie.t Title in the Plaintiffs, and for the Specific Performance of Sale of Real :F~state in Pierce County, Washington, describedas follows: West Half of Lot 24, and all •of JA1ts .25 and 2\l, in Block 18, BROORDALI<:, Pierce County,

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LENA STINE Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Annon W. May, Executor of the estate of Lena Stine has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his Final Report an<l Petition for Di.stribution, asl<lng the Court to settle said repm·t, distribute . the property to the persons the1'eto entitled and to discharge said Annon W. May and that said report and petition will be hea'.·d on the 25th <lay ol Oc-

NOTrciiec~~lS~~EHEBY GIVEN that Lois Smith, the administrattrix of the estate of Mary S. Steele has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking th,, Court to settle said report, distribute tho property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Lois Smith,_ administratrix and that said report a;,d petition will be heard on the 31st day of October, 1957 at 9:30 a.m., at th:: court room

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KITCHEN CABINETS. corner shelve,<;, book cases; birch, fir or knotty pine; built to your LE 7-5772 spectfications; get the best for 11021 Pacific Ave. Less-my prices are the lowest. SEPTIC TANKS &. WATER HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP. LINES INSTALLED. Riley LE 7-5514. 3ctf Brothers. Phone LE. 1-0987 or LE 7~3204. . 3ctf SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny Hall, 1012 South 110th, ...Lenox FOUNDATIONS, additions, re- 1-0856. l · 3ctf modeling. Free estimates. Fin- ~-D••m•mDmUDdllDl!lflll(BBU•~ ancing, no down payment. Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf

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· LE 7-8501

SALISHAN GOV'T. HOUSING For Sale To Be Moved Framed To Standard Code

CHEVROLE'rs. wholesale prices. SMALLEY MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave. LE 7-4060 anytime, evenings, Sundays. 12ct1

many already fixed up niCely in your area. Your best buy 13--Farm in rentals, home, or cottage 2 BR 25x31 delivered at $2095. FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, 3 BR 25x36 delivered at $2495. $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE little higher on difficult moves 7-5972. 13ctf good windows, doors, oak floors, plumbing, refrigerator, insulation EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, by the bale, ton or truck load; studding - 2x4s on 16" J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. lx4 t&G subfloors 13ctf trusses - 2x6s on 24" Best Project Houses Being Sold Housing Sales Office . 4409 E. (}randvicw. (Go out Portland Ave. to 44th, left to Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. ph. GR 4-01.11. Hours 9: to 6; · · 9ctl

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oil heater; Summit district; $50; SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re12605 Pacific L.E 7-0646. 10c6 place and repair work\ 3 years ~--·················-~ HOUSE MOVING Leveling, to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. foundations; FOR RENT - 5-room house with · cement work, SPACIOUS LIVING e FOR YOUR FREEZER e 3ctf free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf BEAUTIFUL sandstone and shake bath; el()!!tric range, oil burner . 8 Business Service 3 included; garden spot, fruitf; GN ·• STEAKS, lO~LBS. GROUND BEEF, 10-LBS. 3 bedroom rambler on % acres BRONZED BABY :SHOJ'i;S ~ Tiny TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed . 4-7504, 8648 So. Yakima. . 10p5 10-LBS. ROAS'.DS, Total 30-lbs. all for $14.89 of level land. Dining room v.-ith SPANA WAY· Fr.ench. doors leading to patio, Tots Metalizin:g 'Co;, P. 0:,1.lox rock, Utah coal; LE 7:353$ or ORDER EARLY IF you wan:t a .nice place to room 323, Spanaway; LE 7:7922. 3ctf Puyallup TH 5-2038. ·· 3ctf hardwood floors throughout, in Parkland, call LE' 7.C6009. 10p5 Per ·Feed Dollar sandstone fireplace, recreation BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn· Pay Station for Puget Sound Power & Ligb,t ''Use" CONTRACTORS yard compost; sand; free estiroom, 1 'h bath, large birch cab- FOR RENT Small upstairs Triangle Farm Proven Feeds Residential & Commercial mates. JU 8-2111. 3ctf inet kitchen with eating space. apartment in Parkland; phone Heating Specialists You should see this one•; only LE 1-1449. . 10c5 Parker Paints l.E 7-7064 LE 7-4792 BRICK ·WORK - House level· $16,500." FHA or contract. Te3 ing and foundations, retaining e JETS FOR RENT Small furnished Ask for Bob Anderson, LE 7walls, sidewalk and patios, fire- SCREENED TOP SOIL .;._ No 3894 or LE 7-8609. SUBMERSIBLES house; adults only; LE 7.-5846. place and stone work. LE 7rocks or roots. Crushed Rock, e CENTRIFUGALS 10c5 MOVE RIGHT IN 3ctf 4291. Drain · Gravel, Fill Dirt and FURNISHED 2 bedroom home. in e TURBINES .Feed & Seed FURNISHED Upper apartScreened Road Gravel that good Parkland~ location. Neat 14660 Pacific Ave. LE 7-4888 Call LE 7-7281 packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd kitchen with steel cabinets and ment, one or two bedrooms; LSO \ 10c5 Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. very good ·appliances. Owner 401 South 116th. BREED YOUR COW ARTIFIC- FOR SALE'.-Oil and wood range, ELECTROLUX 3ctf will sell FHA or on contract. FOR RENT - Small 3.room furn- IALLY to sires proved great. good condition, $30; LE 7-5846. UNABLE to p!ly $29 on this nice Oil Burner Only $7500.00. Sbl9. Bob And- ished home for adults. Utilities Washington Proved Sire Service. 15c5 cleaner; pay off balance at $5 Parkland Heating erson, LE 7-3894 or LE 7-8609. paid except oil. JU 8-0372. 10c5 George Lytle, technician, phone each month and get free home SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 14619 PACIFIC AVENUE All makes of furnaces for sale;' BUILDING SITES Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 7demonstration. UPTON ELECTerms Trades LE ·7-7398 303 Ea. 123rd specializing in Williams OIL ''0' FOR that cabin site you have NEWLY DECORATED 3 r0om 7417 before 9:00 a.m. TRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 13ctf MATICS; Oil, Gas, 'Hot Water been looking for on Lake Span- modern .cottage on Clear Lake ' ;:l-2551. 15c5 STAl\'S SUPER SOIL SERV. GEORGE. PURDU:E - Plumbing, Installations, Service; reason- away. We have a few lots at near· Eatonville; .reasonable rent LATE MODEL modern 27-foot ICE: TopsoU, sandy loam. peat Heating. New work, .remodel- able; 755 South 108th, LE 7- $3200 and $3400. Also some to right party; Rt. 1, Box 247, trailer, cash or trade; 4806 No. FOR SALE _:_ Alder wood for 10p5 39th St. fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 7- ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. 4045. 3ctf nice building sites around Park- FJatonville. 14c5 fireplaces. $18.00 cord qeliv" 3ctf 8259. 3ctl land. Ask for Al; LE 7-8609 or ered; WA. 7-1178. 15c5 RENT Power mowers, FOR LE 1-1210. 14 .• Work Wanted hand tools; garden tools, spray FOR SALE -"- ,8MM Mauser ESTIMATES FOR GRADE A DAIRY AA EQUIPMENT of all kinds $35; rihone LE 7-4045.. · 15c5 88 ACRES of peat and sandy loam gun$, sanders, pllimbing tools, LICENSED child day care; exRENTALS only 13 miles from Parkland on power · tools, etc. A tool for cellent facilities; LE 7-4865. SE~VICE FOR SALE :-- Brand new Quaker 219 SOUTH 50TH ST. blacktop.• Some timber; mod" every job, South End Plumbing 14c7 SERVICE super deluxe Space-Saver $140; Septic Tanks Cleaned ern 4 bedroom home; 33 stanch- and Hardware. Phone LE 7-4100 Parkland Heating Co., LE 7.4045 10ctf SEWING, alternations, mending, ion barn, 6 stanchion parlor O. S. ACKLEY WA 2-5801 Home Wiring - Remodeling 15c5 ironing; reasonable; quick servand cooler, concrete silo, numLE. 7-4343 . LE .. 7•7882 3031 Pioneer .Way, Tacoma· Dryers - Electric Heat 14ctf erous sheds, large wired chick- CLEAN, private room. 414 East ice; LE 7-5636; FOR SALE - Florence oil hea.t• lOctf en house;· floored double garage 'l33rd St., Parkland: er, nea1' new, $35.00; Philco FOUNDATIONS-New additions; Emergency.· Service and implement shed; all nee.es· Miscetlanec:11n 5 30" ELECTRIC RANGE, 21" TV; console radio, works good, free estimates, . :fi.'1ancing; work sary farm and dairy equipment WILLOWS Trailer Park; l!lrge ~----------~- ' oil heater; ahtique lamp; stroll- $12.50; wardrobe trunk, A-1, Call' guaranteed;. GR· 4-2002. 3ctf included in .thg6 low price•· of modem spaces, with carports & F()R SALE Siegler heaters er; GR 2-2311 after 10:00 a.m. $25.00. . saddle, $35.00; camp 15p5 stove, fine for tent, new, $20. $28,000. Owner will .sell on con". storage rooms; reasonable rates; at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; tract or accept. good home as convenient shopping; . Propane LE 7~0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. EVINRUDE MOTORS B ant Phone 0R 4-5942 from 9:00 ,a. gas available; scl,lool bu,s at 15ctf Bulldozing ~ Qitching down payment. Ael. For details .. · · . . ' . -~ · ....... m. to,6.00 p.m. 15c5 boats; ·wagon wheels for· sale. ..·-..-.-~·...-.~.· - - - - - - - - , - - TOP. son; •C·GR:AVEL ask for Bob Anderson, LE 7 - qoor; 1 ·mile south of Puyallup on Airport road; Phone Puyallup Don't carry it-c-drive right .int<;> FOR SALE ._ Six-year baoy crib SEPTIC TANKS .and 3894 .or LE 7-8609. WE BUILD HOMES - ·Remodel, Direct from Sawmill . TH 5-4200. lOctf our complete out-board motor $10; high chair $2; VI 7-7378. · DRAIN FIELDS level buildings; . cabinet work, Jennie L. Grodvig repair service shop. MAJOR 15c5 Phone TH 5-2452 concrete work. Reasonable; OIL & MARINE SUPPLY, 7517 • Automotive Davis Road, Graham, Wash. Parkland .Realty LE 7~3550. 3ctf Portland Ave., LE 7-3644. 15ctf Vl 7-2229 Slabs DON'T encourage dishonesty: lns.urance of A.ll Kinds FOR GOOD USED CARS, call 3CI Day Free Trial locks keyed,. combinations PJ.OWING, discing, rotovating Notary Public Anderson Chevron, Spanaway, 20 Year Guarantee changed; Parkland Cycle & and lawn work. D. R1 Beeler, till.AV.EL - All sizes; top soil; L. 7-6465. 12ctf Est. in Parkland Since 1941 Goodyear Air. Foam 3Rtf leveling; weekend deliveries; Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7- LE 7-4940. LE 7-8609 Office Famous Red~Line Foundation l,E 7-7291. 3ctf 5772; 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED 302 Garfieid St., Farklnnd Parkway furniture Don • Help "Deal with the people who give PAINTING, sheetrock taping and Contents hauled away. you their personal attention." Salesman 141.st & Pac. Ave. LE .7-3941 texturing; LE 7 -8564. 3ctf Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR Eastern Washington Alfalfa or Timothy. Good Mixed Clover 2c7334. If no answer call GR WOMAN wanted for part-time Open Till 9:00 p.m. and Grass, by the bale or by the ton. 2-9222. 3ctf baby sitting; LE 7-3563 after WHY RENT? TANK FOR SALE Wood-coal range PARTLY furnished, electric range, Nice Oat Straw 60c per bale 5c5 FAST PHOTO SERVICE In 6:00. with reservoir and coils; good refrigerator, etc. Move in to• C.LEANING at 10:00 out' at 5:00 .. QUALITY WANTED condition, $15.00; circulating Woman to give PH-OTO Sl,ERVICE, 9818 Pa· Ioving care to one child and do day. Clean, one bedroom, 3-pc. wood heater, $7.00. Rt. 1, Box Prompt Service bath, new · garage. Price only ci£ic Ave., LE 7 -7271. 3ctf housework. Prefer widow lady. 92-A, Eatonville; 2 miles south • I $3,250.00. V cry easy terms. Call of Fogle's Store on right; phone ·call after 7 p.m. VI 7-7694. 5c5 Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. GRAIN TE 2-4993. 15p5 GR 2-7038 G~ 4c3980 . SOUTH END WOMEN! - Earn Christmas toy FOR SALE - Attention, hunters! gifts. Have .. toy party in your NEAR 72nd & Pacific Ave. A t;USTOM. ~IRE SQE,EENS;; .any Recleaned Oats .. ·;· .....•... 80-Lhs. $2.40 2 good 9x9 Army tents $20 ea.; home. Dorothea Houk, LE 7- cutie! Nearly 1100 sq. ft. 2 bed· style; estimates without obligaRolled Oats' . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . • • • . . . • • • . • . . . . 60-Lbs. $1.SO · 2 oil stoves, ideal for tents $15 4907. 5c5 i-ooms, and one large bedroom partly finished, living room, dinGR 2-7628 tion.·• Thermolite Glass.. FIR.Eeach; 2 Coleman stoves $7,50 Ground Oats .. : .......................... 100-Lbs. $$.10 ing nook, utility room for auto. PLACE SHOP, 6607 Sh.1:h Ave.; 6314 McKinley Avenu.e 8 & each; 2 pairs men's hip boots Don flowers washer and dryer, electric heat, SK•. 2-0133; 12:00 to 7:00. 3ctf $7.50 each; 2 pairs women's hip Rolled Barl~y . .. . . .. .. . • . . • . • • . .. . . . . . . . . • 90-Lbs. $3.10 carport, outside enclosed patio POWER MOWERS sharpened boots $7.50 each; 2 small gas 1956 CHEVROLET V8 4-Dr. ·- ..Black . and Tan male with fireplace, (<;>need back yard. AUTO GLASS, Seat. cove.rs; Up· and serviced; .pick·up and ·de- LOST hardtop; very low mileage, 1 powered light generators $35 Ground Barley • : ........... , ••...•... ; ..•. 100-Lbs. $8.10 pet. LE 7-6878 Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. holstery & convertible tops inlivery; Baldwin . tJt·· Son, 947 Pekingese, child's each. Also good reel gas powerowner; radio, heater, auto. · 6c5 stalle.d.. Open 9:00' a.m. to 1:00 Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf ------------·---- 15th & SOUTH AINSWORTH Beef Pellets .•.••••.••• ; • • • • • • . • . • • • • • • • • • per ton $35.00 ed lawnmower $50; electric transmission. p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS ~---7--------­ GbbD older home in A-1 condihedge trim, $10; Frigidaire not 1951 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. sed& UPHOLST:ERY SHOP, 816 So. South End Auto Wreckers, • tion, liVing room, separate dinBuy running $10, unit for same $5; an; one owner car; perfect in USED PARTS 1 - - .---··-···-···-- - - Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. l:\ctf ing room, very nice. kitchen, lots farmer's HD 2-wheel trailer $15; USED CAMERAS and , photo of good built-ins, breakfast nook, every respect. good thermostatically controlled Motors - Transmissions & TRACTOj:!. ROTOVATING equipment fof resale. QUALITY 4-bedrooms, full basement, GE Complete Line: of Al:.BERS Dairy, Chicken, New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks oil heater $20; LE 7-6692.; Rt. Tires .• Batteries WORK; Rt: 3, Bo;:r 167, Tacoma PHOTO SERVICE, LE 7'-'1271, auto. oil furnace, recreation rm. Used Cars & Tru.cks Rabbit, Horse and Hog Feed. 3, Box 248, Tacoma. 15c5 We Buy Junk.Cars Chesney-Etter Road). LE 7-7559 9818 Pacific Ave. Sctf in basement, double garage. Come to 3ctf Also Custom Welding Will ..sell FHA, low down payMUST SELL - Easy deluxe spin" WANTED TO BUY Real ment. Call' Ralph Decker, GR by Joe's Welding drier washer, in excellent conestate contracts; write to 810 ,1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt'. Hy. dition, $95. LE 7-6937. 15ctf 4-9579. So. 98th. 8p6 Spanaway LE 7-6584 Will take livestock in trade. Terms on approval of ·credit. Free Estimates I TACOMA UPHOLSTERY For The Best Deal Guaranteed Satisfaction Realty 'Special on reupholstering davSMITH CABINET SHbP ,,..-- RE- 8 12 mi. So. of Tacoma - 2nd house past Roy "Y" on Mt. Hiway Opposite Postoffice . Emergency· Service 6811 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 enport, chair, as low as $129. MODELING, carpenter work, PUYALLUP, WASH. Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; ,Open 7 Days a Week • , ~ • • • Delivery Arranged kitchen cabinets; we stock and 9 LEVEL LOTS or will sell in 3- Member of Tacoma Real Estate BR 2-0784 Board lot sections; lights, water; on Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7cut glass; 16309 South Park, TH 5-1766 ~ TH 5-1332 LE 7-3563 9c5 Member Multiple LiSting Sei-viCe 0327. 15ct£ Spanaway; LE 7-7949. 3ctf 102nd street; LE 7-4107.

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ROYAL GELAT~N Your choice of fresh fruit flavors at this Ic.w price!

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Top quality Valencias. Thin skinned and loaded with Vitamin rich sweet juice.

OF 80 Attractive white dinner~size napkins; .80 in every package.

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PASCAL Home CELERY ~:lk 5 gi;,.own and garden fresh, all large stalks; a top buy!

DEL MONTE-Rich, full bodied; spiced just right!

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VIOLIN LESSONS. in Parkland or - - - - - · Tncoma; experienced tcaCher;

I3e::idix washer beginners accepted; Blanche FOR SALE Yorktheimer, MA 7-7861. 15c6 de Juxe model in perfect workin14 order; also good 21" RC A ---------" television console. LE 7-7238. FOR. SALE Jersey-Guernsey 15r:.5 family cow, $1'15.00; Holstein bull calf! $25.00; 20 layi:lg New Hampslure pullets, 2 roosters, $35.00; Children's swing set, $10.00; full size heavy duty bed · springs, $6,00; 48 in coiL Spring RoHaway, without mattress, $9. 94,24 East D St.; GR 4-9270. - - - - - - 15c5 -·Walgreeri Agency WILL SELL 6 Silkies five DOLLARS Pay Light & Water Bills Here 16 Lots 2900 DOLLARS 84TH &. PACIFIC AVE. Call VI 7-7439. 15p5

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FOR SALE -:- Model 721, 270 Remington with weaver 4-power scope a11d case, $9j).50. Double barrel Western Field 12gauge shot gun ·with shells and belt, $4 7 .50. 30-30 Marlin, late model, $49.50. A.11 in new condition. See them at 429 South Sunday and Monday, Oct. TAP, DANciNG . LESSONS, '.Be- 1.7.0th 15c5 ginDii;).g tirid adv;mced; Call Jim 6th and 7th. Nyl!lnder,,LE.J'.-()574, 1 5 ctf FOR SALE - Planer En,ds, Alder ' fireplace wood. Call evenings, Puyallup TH 5-2038. 15p5 ---·-FOR.SALE - Heaters, upholstet.• _ •. . . _ . • . . . .ed chair, drop leaf table, chairs. 111816'Portfllnd Ave. LE 7,5895 pillows. LE 7-8018. 15c5

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~ .. · .. . . · , . FOR SALE ....,.. Excellent condi}<OR .sALE-20-fqot corral· poles tion, 2 saddles; Laurence, $100; 50c; <:edar fence .posts 35c; any Hanky, $75. TH 5-6840. Rt. 3, amoUli.t; Rt: 1; Box 1~1-A,. Roy, Box 224, Puyallup. Collins Rd., .:;;Washington: . .. · • -15ctf l 1/8 mile west of Meridian. 1 _;;_ • ·•• · " · · • 16c5 RA£:Eli' . rs FOR SALE :.... Herrell's . . . , Rabbit Ranch Reservoir. Road· NEW full size Serta Hid ea bed ~pljone Pfyy'all~P TH '5.4491. ' m'ltfr<'•s. $39.50 value, $24.75. · ·· · · · .· '15ctf PARKWAY FURNITURE. 14lst St: & Pacific Ave. Open till 9:00. LE 7-3941.. . 15c5

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The Lutes took the measure of the University of British Columb:a Saturday night at Lincoln Bowl in opening the Evergreen Conference season. The Birds surprised the Gladiators and gav1t the Lutes a rough time for being so lowly rated. The · PLC forces were only ahead by a scant seven points as the second half b0gan. Ron McAllister, Lute center, blocked a punt and tackle Orson Christenson pounced on the pigskin in the end zone. End Sam Gange kicked the extra point.

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The constant aim at .the hardwood continues as the. bowlers near the first half finals in tho --Gunaing for the Viest Central r0spective leagues. From banLEnox 7 -0223 PUBLISfIBD AT PARKLAND, WASH. league tiiie, the Bethel Braves tams to mixed leagues is. the ortake the road this Friday night der of business on a busy six-day when th0y tan'.gle with the White league schedule set up by ParaRiver Hornets at the Hornet's dise. home base'; The Braves are tied Rusty Swachhammer continues with the Eatonville' Cruisers for his tirade on the alleys with 205the league lead, each with 2-0 206-222-634 last Friday to cop record. White River, on the other weekly honors easily in both wi'th Ron hand, is still .the only other un- three game series and individual Parkland's prep fans are con- thriller all the way and Park- d<')feated teem in the league, hav- honors in the Par ldand Builders league. ccrned with the outcom0 of the land fans will get a treat if they ing won over Yelm 13-12 and Ted Friesz' s 633 total was next Vl est Central league gnd Pu~: et see the battle for the eonference tying against Orting 6-6. The Hornets have a predominantly in line. Friesz is bowling in the Coun_d leagu'e cOnference vv~1ich lead. sophomore dominated team but Tuesday Commercial league. Al enter their fourth week games Renton and Clover Park seem the greenhorns are doing sur- Filley rolled a 603 in the Indethis coming weekend. Both le;igue races SGem to be develop- to have the Puget Sou11d bauble prisingly well. Coach, Ed. Niehl of pendent Merchants league. ing into a two-team battle for to fight over all by themselves Beth(,! expects a rough encountLiz Jcwet.t's 589 and 22 was when they collide later in, the er especially since the ti! t will cine of 'the top women scores of the crc'\\'n. Rc.nton and Clover Park have s2asOn. Renton hU.s a trz::mendous be played on the enemy's home the week with Arabelle Frerich's 219 in the Eager Beaver compcdominated play completely in the ground attack dire.cted by quart- field. Bethel's tvrn wins nave come tition leading the parade in inPuget Sound league \vhile the erback' Kermit Jorgensen. Thus far, the Indians have failed, to at the expense of Penintula and ,pividual game honors for the woEatonville Cruisers and the Bethshow an air game which may Vashon, The Braves defeated meil. Mary Paton had a splendid el Braves arn riding high and handsome in the West Central. prove to be their downfall when both by . 7"0 scores with the 203 game 'in the Monday night th.ey face the Warriors. Vashon battle taking place at Rolling Bee league. . Franklin Pierce's Cardinals are still looking for their first w'.n Clover Park has a well-balanc- Bethel. It was the first home Leaue Standins: and are definitely out of the tit- ed at.lack which possibly may 'game of the fall for Niehlman PARKLAND BUILl)ERS le picture though still hoping for even get better as the season and they came through with fly- Gordie's Auto Sales .•... 12 4 a first division spot. progresses. The Warriors do .not ing colors as banner crowd esti- Blue Spruce Service • , .. 11 5 The Braves of Bethel have have the rugged linemen that mated at 1000 cheered the ambi- Ash Motors , .. , ........ 10 6 been winning on the ground in Ren ton possesses and face tous home eleven. 8 Parkland V.F.W. . ...... 8 Niehl's main concern in drills. Poche! Dist. Co. . . , .. , . . 7 their first two !Qague contests a rugged test in trying to. 9top 9 and Coach Ed Niehl hopes to the ~ndian ground game. But the this week has been the passing Western Fairliners . . . . . 5 11 come up with the passing attack passing of Jerry Hox.sey and r.un- game both offensively and defen- Miraldi Welding . . . . . . . . 5 11 for future games, It~ difficult to ning of Terry Schmalz will hold sively speaking, The Braves have PARKLAND MERCHAN'l'S not been too impressive on pass Smalley's Motors ... , .. 9 wln a prep title without a balanc-, them in good stead. 3 defense. The Vashon eleven neared attack. Eatonville, the other" The Indians seem to start off Beitz Shell Service ... ; • 9 3 favorite, has not shown much in fast and then slow do"Wn in th,eir ly tied up the game in the final Fletcher'$ Markets .....• 8 4 the aerial game, either, so the attack as their first league games quarter last Friday with a Rome Construction , . . . . 7 5 Braves may be able to take it seem to indicate. The toss of the threatening aerial game. The Parkland Western Auto .. 6 6 after all. coin before the game may decide passing attack has not jelled as Chambers Creek Lumber 6 6 yet and needs more polishing. The West Central crdwn will the title. Shamrock Tcivem .....• 5 7 The Braves will take a 28-man Parkland Heating .... , • 4 probably be decided .Oct. 18 at Bethel and Clover Park seem 8 Bethel when the Braves. enter- to be the choices in the opinion traveling squad to Whlte River Padtland Pharmacy • . . • 3 9 Friday night. Niehl is afraid that tain the Cruisers. It should be a of this reporter. 9 Cope's Auto Sales . . • . . • 3 the Braves might be h11-ving one PARKLAND LIONS JUNIORS eye on the upcoming game with (Top Seven) Eatonville slated for Oct. 18 at 1 Bethel which could determine Bill Semple . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1 Walter Robinson ....... 5 the league title. He has warned 2 of being overconfident in the Claude Carlton . . . • . . . . 4 3 Dick Deveraux ........ 3 White River clash. 3 The Cruisers will face a stern Linda N eiley . . . . . . . . . . 3 Another large crowd witnessed 11:51.54. 3 Don Boehmer . . . . . . . . . . 3 the second week of the Spanaway B Trophy Dash-Bill Garrett, test Friday night when they tra3 Tom Humsden . . . . . . . . . . 3 vel to Yelm to do battle with the Speedway auto races which were 2:02.42. PARKLAND BANTAMS held last Sunday at the track loA Main~Dick Guest, Rebel Tornadoes who ?pended Pen?nsula 7-6 last Friday, EatonVJllc. Steve Heidal ..... , : . . . 4 0 cated on Military road. Dick Janson, 1 . Don Nystrom, 14:17.28. h as a b'tg 1inc · an d f as t moving 2 Monte Bro"'m ......... , 2 Guest won the Class A Trophy B Main-Al Ziggleman, Jim backs which have provided a Dexter Beckstead . . . . . . 2 2 Dash with a time of 11:51.54 to 2 Perry, Gene Mickelson, 8:26.53. smashing running attack so far. Elvin Nelson ........ .,.. 2 win the top event of the day. Heat 1-A! Ziggicman, 3:35.32. 2 Jim Brau .. , . . . . . . . . . . . 2 WES'f CENTRAL LEAGUE Drivers from the valley, TacoHeat 2---Gene Mickelson, 3:23.4 Janice Orshal . . . . . . . . . . 0 ma, Seattle and Southwest WashW L Tied PF PA ' ington competed in giving the 92. EAGER BEAVERS Bethel ..... 2 0 0 H 0 Heat 3-Al Rang, 3:24.43. fa11s thrills galore on the dirt 8 Eatonville .. 2 0 0 35 0 Earle Evergreens ....... 12 tr~ck. Plans are now underway 6 Heat 4-Ralph Rollins, 3:10.99. White River 1 O 1 18 19 Taylor's Bldr. , .... , .....9 for more shows next spring while 8 Vashon .... 1 1 0 7 7 Spanaway 5 & 10 . . . . . . 8 8 one may be held this Sunday, The regular meeting of .the Yelm .. , .. , 1 1 O 19 19 Redi-Gas .. , . , . . . . . . . . . 8 weather permitting at the speed- Belle King Guild will be held this Orting . . . . O 1 J 6 20 Dean's Glass, and Paint . . 4 12 way. (Thursday) evening at the home Peninsula .. O" 2 O 6 14 Results included: of Martha Larson. The group will Fife ... , , , , O 2 O O 28 A Trophy Dash~Dipk. spqnd the evening sorting rags;c ,, Results Friday Du~ing the month of SeptemYelm 7, Peninsula 6. ber the following young men have White River 6, Orting 6. enlisted in the U. S. ~avr,: Bethel 7, Vashon 0. Bruce B. Barhes, son. of Mr. and Eatonville 21, Fife 0. Mrs. ·James E. Barnes of 101.67 East Vicke'ry road; !Uchard A. New GremdeMld Porter, son· of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barna of Harold G. 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The Cards opened the season with a Kings-X victory over the Hudtloff Junior Forces 13-0 which may be difficult to repeat when the two teams meet in conference ,play later in the sea"i,On. Last Thursday at Puyallup, the Stricberz views the Clover Parkninth graders rolled to a 2;1-0 ers as their number one threat to their title plans. ' shutout of the Puyallup Vikings. Stricherz credited the whole The Cai'ds scored one ll:! the first half and countered twice more in line with doing an excellEmt job ihe second half to take the game of bottling up the~• Puyallup atgoing away. Fullback Joe Man- tack last week. Greco, Lumsden cuso was the scoring star by tal- and Mancuso also came in for lying all of the touchdowns for praise as the freshmen mentor looked over the game statistics. the ·Cards. Coach Ed Stricherz used most of his men in the rout which saw' the Cardinal offense roll to an impressive 304 yard total rushing from scrinlinage. Mancuso's 74-yard touchdown romp off the left side in the second quarter was the big play of the ga.me. Joe ·Greco and Dennis Lipke also had s~veral runs of the long variety from their ha,lfback positions while Tom Lumsden was directing .the, .off(!nse . from his quarterback post. End Jerry Manley was another standout on

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I• · D G · d Norman Jasn1er has novv circu .. e P.anaway. 'an ran lated throughout the comml.mi- mothers club will meet Thurs. h ties of the southern portion . of d ay, 0 ct . 17 , f ol.' noon 1unc eon t th fi h 11 H t 'll Pierce county petitions against a . e re a . os esses w1 b e the resolution ·Of annual control Mrs. Ada. Schnelle and Ml's. of dogs reqµfring .dog licenses, as Laura 'Smith. published in the Tacoma News . Sympathy Tribune Sept: 6. Many fnends were saddened to Now the·se petitions. are re.ady learn of the death of Mrs. for your i>igp.a ture and will be Thomas (Jean) Woods Saturday, found at mari:Y' of the stores in Oct. 5. Deepest sympathy is exyour localities. At Elbe, one is at tended to the family. Swanson's Store and another at F\iendly Dozen the home 1 of Mrs. Pearl Engel The Friendly Dozen Birthday and at ~ay Engel's. \'hits your club met at tJ,e home if Mrs. post cards to the County Com- Emily Ball with Mrs. William m1ss1oners, addressed to the Zumbuhl as the honored guest. Court Hous~-,,_-Tacuma. If you are Members present were Mesdames in faVOr. of 'fi'._18.\v for -Uog contr.01 Maria E:anson, George Splane, simibr.to .the Herd Law for cat- Margaret Wright, Emerson Tartle. W~ :c~D.·£'1Jiame the Commis- penning, Charles Throssel, Oliver sioners if we don't let them know Omat and Madge Pillsbury. whi\t we want. Home From Trip Co-op Busy Mrs. Margaret Wright and The Elbe Service Cooperatlve Mrs. Emily Ball returned recenthas been busy the past week do- ly from a trip to Crater Lake. Gr~n~e ing repair ·and -pipe laying for Returns To Duty Harts Lake Grange draped the seve1~a1 fii.1nilies on the \Vest side, I{enneth Riley, son of Mr. and in n1emory of :James l{. vvhose pijJe lines \Vcl"c getting Mrs. Bob King, has left for his Charter "' . , •• , . , '. --t t N OF 1 1 . '-'m1t 11_, one OJ.. lLS memoers, at. a too old to supply the water neednevv pos a o1:rr:-an,. :-~ 1oma, l:ecent meetincr. ed. 1J after a 13-day v1s1t \v1th h::.s par.... • ,... .,.., • 1_ e. _ ., . · · · th N A' Hai cs La~e G,ange '" , .. ow usVisiting ents. H e is m ,e a vy ir • . · h d 1 f Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser left Fcrcc and \Vill no\V attend serv- :ng :ts v11nter sc e u e_ o openh mg itc; Grange at 8:00 p. m. on Saturday morning Qct. 5, for . lCO SC _oo 1. tile secon . d an,d f Ol1I'L•]1 !':~-a t ur <l ays -Cl C 1· L . Oregon to' visit ;a; brother and sis_over r~c r egion of.each n100.th. ter, !v1r. and Mrs.- Ross rJcCoy, American Legion Clover Creek · , . . 118 ·an d thc Aux1·i·iary In orner , that the public may who are living at Silverton. The P cs t No. . t . t F •'d , t learn about the aims and accomMcCoys had charge of Canyadn . ,'11 ' ' 1 mee .. II a:;, 0 c . 11 , a 8 .00 , of t''le G range, an op. 111nents · h ll p1.is Lodge at LaGrande some· months p. m. a t th . e L eg1on a . ' bf t· · h ld Ti · back. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser exBridal Shower en -P~ .. i~ mee mg is .e . . us . GI · M'111ars1c. · h f'iancee meetmg is called Booster Night, pect to visit other rel'}tives and M1ss ~ ona . , ·11 Harts Lake Grange w1 friends living in Portland before o f L arry- coymmons, V\ras 'h onore d This year ._ ~ ,.,., . .. . , 'd I sh . · ·b M have its Boo,tvi Night Satmday returning home. a t a b r1 a _ovve1· given y __ es- ~ . _ -9 - - 0 t T ay.. · evemng, Oct. 1-, at_ o.:00 +n. Mrs. Frank Mettler, ·sr., left d ames Byron P ar. k er, Ph'll' l 1p . ·. . ·p. ~ , Cl y d e R o11·ins Ed war . d L ar- Mrs. Ellen L Boyce,. Lectrn e1, a.1' last week" to visit a sick sistelt' 1or, who lives in Sedro-Woolley. She son, Robert McCullough, Harold had experted to stay one week Itollins and Dick Symmons at but '!nay remain longer. the Spanaway fire hall Sept. 27. Mrs. Mildred Sparks of Yaki- She is the daughter of Mr. and ma resently visited her sister and Mrs. Clarence Minardch and he brothercin-law, Mr. and Mrs. i 5' the son of Mr and Mrs Louis LAKEWOOD CENTER JU 8-4181 ' , · , Specializing In Children's Shoes John Fraser here. Symmons. The weddmg will be 706 St. HELEN'S AVE. MA 7-6318 Mrs. Charles Miller has return- held Saturday, Oct. 26. ed from Seattle whore she visited her son-in-law and daughter, . Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Stevens . been . servmg . as pas.tor of , the while convalescing from a serious Vl'ays1de Mission durmg the ill- . Hlness. She is reported somewhat ness of the Rev. John Christenimpfoved. son .. On Sept. 29 a ~us load_ of On Sick List soldiers attended services. A wclGeorge Battle went to Puyallup come is extended to all. for treatment for an injured back this week. Paul Glassman is home, convalescing from a serious- O]JGl'a'-' tion at the Morton:cJ:icispit~J'" He:", is reported improving as well. as .could be expected. " New Son Willie. Joe. is the !la)Ile. i;ho~en by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pete.re son for the son born to thefu Sept. . They are. livip.g in the house. known as the Chris Brown· place. . I , 8227 ParkAve. . GR.,4-3.344 .. j Pastor Pro-Tern Across from Fern Hill P.O. Nate Blakeslee of Tacoma has 'l'h

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Anchorage, Alaska, 3/17/57-A strange "ball of fire" flashed through. the sky over the Matanuska Valley .and plunged into the near miJechigh, Chugach mountam range, The "fire ball" sent up a plume of black smoke that was visible for more than 15 milrntes over the Pioneer peak which dominates the scenery in the Palmer area. Clouds shrouded the majestic mountain a short while later, preventing ,a check by air of the nature of the "fire ball". The location of the peak is only 30 miles north of Anchorage on the main Anchorage-Paimer highway. In Anchorage it was learned that no planes were overdue or missing. 'l'he CAA and the Air Force both reported they had no inkling as. to the nature of the crashing object. The "fireball" was reported at 6:30 p.m. to Territorial Policeman Gordon Nelson at Palmer by Aaron Houston who lives in the northern section of the Matanuska Valley agricultural town. Houston pointed' out to Nelson a thin finger of smoke rising from towering Pioneer peak, thus ~onfirming that something actually had plunged to Earth there. ·

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Ei Cajon, Calif., 5/18/58-El Cajon police received ~ix reports of a bright object moving across the valley from east to west about 7:35 p:m. First to call was Nelson Eshelman, who lives one and onehalf miles north of Santee on First Street. Five members of the family were sitting outside when the brilliant object moved over their heads. "It was a bright b,al! of light," said Eshelman. "IV was hard to describe, but it moved about as fast as a jet and was !ibout a foot across. There was nQ sound. It disappeared over Fletcher Hills." ' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Taylor said they saw the object twice. "It came from the north and circled to the west," said Mrs. Taylor. "It disappeared and I ran to the corner. I then saw it come back from the north and it moved rather slowly. It was a bright incandescent glow; hard to describe. It disappeared the second time north of Black mountain. The Francis McCormick family said the object traveled slower than a jet. "I heard the commotion across the street and ran out," said McCormick. "It came from the northeast and travelled across the valley disappearing in the west." -Michael McCormick, a freshman at El Cajon High and an amateur astronomer, ran to the back yard to get the object in his telescope, but it disappeared before he could catch it. "The object was soundless and about as big ·as a full moon," Michael said. "Later I saw several jets com() over the valley and follow the same flight pattern." Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler reported seeing the object twice. "I 'saw it first over the hills north of us," said Butler. "It was more than a foot across and gave off a light something like an arc welder. Later while driving to town we saw the same thing again. This time not more thap .300 feet off the ground; It disanpeared in Fletcher Hills. We went up there and talked to some small boys who saw the thing too.'' "I was fascinated. It moved slowly enough that I could get out of the car and. watch it. I sure wish I knew what it was."

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Half-Notes: The Four Coiii's current revival of "My .One Sin" is breaking high on the national charts. . . . . The soundtrack from "The Pajama Grune" 'is listed as one of the top selling albums. . . . . Billy Williams .could and should do 'it' again with "Got A Date With An Angel" .••" Perry Como's latest coupling, "Just Born" and "IvY Rose" are getting a lot of' disc' jockey attention. Either one could begin moving any t~e. . . . . Little Richard's new release, "Keep A' Knockin"' b/w "Can't ·Believe You Wanna Leave" should be another big hit for the little man. . . . . Mantovarii has re• leased "Let Me Be Loved" as an instrumental single. Tune, pre-viously recorded by Tommy Sands, is from "The James Dea)l Story." It features the same trumpeter who distinguished the maestro's "Around The World." Those in the 'know' seem to think it will be another smash for Mantovani. -

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Je;sey City, New Jersey, 10/22/5.5-A "very large, round shiny thing . '· . flying exceptionally fast," was seen by a woman witness over Jersey City. She said thlo object was so bright "I thought at first it was a shooting,star." The day was bright and clear. The time 11:00 a.m. The object was described as slightly larger than most four engine airplanes, flying in a northeasterly direction at extremely high speed. " She said it .was not a jet. It sounded more like the engine of a conventional plane, "But much, much louder," she said. · A national uproar resulted in July 1952, when the Jersey City Ground Obs,.crver Corps Nportcd an unidentified craft wfth the typical round, glowing form linked to the saucers.

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Five Woodland boys arc on the U varsity fo'otball team at Puyallup ~ Ii.I .. high school They are Dwayne J;1ttfr"" Rodd.ewig, Bill Fox, Denny Moore, Gary Fors and Leroy Gustafson. Boy Scouts of the Woodland Carl Cordesand Mike Snider are area will hold their Court of on the ,Junior High 'football team. Honor Friday evening, Oct. 11, at '" Dooster· Nite Woodland school at the regular ]'riday, Oct. 4, was Booster meeting of Woodland P-TA. The Nite for Fruitland Grl}nge. There Scout charter will be presented. were visitors frqm Roy, Collins A poll will be taken to decide' and McMillan Granges. Juvenile which night is preferred by mem- Grange members Joan Geddes, hers for the monthly P-TA meet- Barie Greene, Janet Swalander ings. The membership committee and Cathy Mullins replaced .the will be starting the· membership subordinate Grange officers to drive. open the Bible arid present the There will be a discussion of flag at the opening of the meetplans for the Halloween party ing. ~embers of Art Green's Comfor the children, also for the car- mumty Workers 4-H talked nival and dinner to be held in about their club projects, showearly spring. ing the tie-in with Grange work. Garden Club Games. and refreshments follow· The Woodland Garden club ed the pro~ram. will meet Oct 10 t th h · f Auxiliary Luncheon . a e. ome o W di d G A ·1· Mrs.R.w range . .D.ento n,a t w h'ic h. t'une ill oo an d .. uxi 1ary newly e!edted officem will take w sponsor an a vertismg lunchcharge Mr R w D t . eon Oct.• 31 at 12:30 p. m. There ., s. . . en on ls ill b d' I f resident· Mrs Ad An · · W e ISP ay o many products , . a ms,v1ce dlts f . . d P president; Mrs. Faye Gelzer, sec- an . o . o . pnzes given. The oretary-treasurer. nat10n is $1.00 per plate. Newcomer Mr, ·and Mrs. Ed Swalander of Lumblad road are parents of a new son, Robert Oscar, born Oct, 1 at Puyallup General hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Swalander and Mr. and Mrs. John Gerow of Collins. Neighborhood Club The Woodland Neighborhood club met Oct. 3 with Mrs. Bill By Mickey Hamlin Henn for dessert luncheon and games. Present were Mestamcs Fabulous albums by fabulous Frank Wiggins, Walter Waller, artists headline this week's rec- William Westman and the hostord news.' ess. The November meeting will If you will recall, nearly two be with Mrs. Wiggins. months ago I predjcted that Cuh Scouts Fraternity record label would re-, Cub Scout Pack 91 (two dens lease an album by the late, great are from Woodland) met Sept. 27 Jimmy Dorsey. Well, it's here. at the Puyallup Methodist "The Fabulous Jimmy Dorsey:• church. Mrs. Charil's· Burgiileier contains not only many of his is starting a new Den (No. 9) earlier hits that have been rere- with·· the following members: corded but his golden disc version Chuck Burgmeier, Steven Crehof "So Rare" and his currll!lt bfo!, Billy Holliday, Ronald Milsmash, "June Night." , !er, Darrell Mullins, Don Phillips, J. D.'s many fans have been Larry Shanklin and Mike Wageagerly awaiting this new pack- ner. The first meeting of Den 9 age and the desire for his mater- was Oct. 2. ial is now at its peak. This new L. P., which f~atures .a terri~ic TOY PARTIES cover shot of Jimmy, may easily corner the market and become !!HOMES and CLUBS best seller overnight. FREE CHRISTMAS TOYS next in our listing is Kapp's "Fabulous" decade series. This group of three albums features Roger Williams, whose "Soil~ Of The Fabulous Fifties" has been one of the best sellers for months, .in a sequel to "Fifties," "Songs Of The Fabulous Forties." As with the first, it is a deluxe donhie pocket album containing twenty-four memorable songs from the past decade. If the present success of "Fifties" has any ·bearing~nd it's sure to-"Songs Of The Fabuc lous Forties" is destined t.o become yet ·another best seller in a' long line of succe$ses for Williams. The' remaining two decade albu1'!s on Kapp are "Songs Of The Fabulous Thirties" l:>Y David Rose and "The Fabulous Gay Nineties," which features more than fifty of the pop tunes of the nineties. The success of the latter two will be . dependent mainly upon display. Both are attractive and could became steady-if not .spec.tacular-sellers.

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Omer Roland, Mrs. Ross Burri\VorLh, Ivirs. Ra:i Brandfas, 11rs. Erwin Ward, Mr\ and Mrs..Ern· est Dudlcston, Norman Burn.. \Vorth, 11r. and l\~rs. W. F. 1V1cD2niel, Mrs. Edith Zirkle, Mrs, /~nna Vlnl1r1.ec, 1\1t·s. Vnnce Babcock n1ul Ivlr~:; .•Johl?- Fitzgerald. T11nse rccej-ving a\vards, for out-:strrnding \vork in their classes vvcrc lvfrs. San1 Gelvin, Franz Burnworth, l vla Orchard, Diana "1V11rd, )\founa Oi·sborn and Michad Mr:Daniel. Sympathy 'We Rll extend our sympathy to the 'l'homas Woods family for the loss of Mrs. \Voods, Reporter-Mrs. Wiiliam Dalby, LE 7-0163.

Clover Creek The Clover Cw::k P--TA ·will :rneet Ol). \Ned., Oct. :113, at 7:30 p. m. in the school qym. Mrs. Ed\vin Betts i.vill preside over the business meeti11.g. ~rhere \Vill be a report on the Pierce County Cooncil tneeting. The evenjng's entertainment will bt "This is A

Jvfovie/' an· old-fashioned nmellcr' drama, directed· by Mrs. Jernld Le Marr, program chairrr1an. The Clover Creek school teachers will hold "open house" in their classrnoms. 'rhe hostesses for the evening \vi11 be ~1rs, Rose :Kestler, Mrs. Charles Brazeau, and !\fr,;. Harland McGee,"' ro9n1 n1othors for th 0 8th grade. rf~frcshments will be se·rved during the social hour and .free nursery service i.vdl ·be available for children under seven years. Everyone ·will be \velcon1e<l. liaHcn,veen Carni·:..cal Have yoa l18ard ':' The Clover Creek I'··TA is havin:~ anolher carnival on 1-letllow\~en nlght sa1ne old _idea buL this year it's got a bright new look - besides the very special entertainment put on by Brakeman Bill, there ·will be -nevv ga1nes, ne\v prizes, ne\v ideas to insure you of an evening full of fun. One of the llff\V ideas is a CouD.t:ry Store, and you can help. Just S8nd all those'!ood and soap coupons that come free to you through the, mail, to the school in care of the· Country Storekeeper, Mrs. Geo. Mayhak. Californi,.ns Here · Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caughey of Manchester, Calif.. arc visiting lheir cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Betts. While they arc here they will get to sec their son, Donald, who is stationed at Fort Lewis. Chu•ch Notes The Clover Creek Baptist had promotion exercise;; Sept. 2'l, and will be starting the New Yrnr with the following ofl'icers: John Fitzgerald, superintendent; Vance F. Babcock, assifJtant and Mrs. Wm. K~nncdy 1 prin1nry superintendent. Teachers nrc: Ross Burn·worth, Mrs. Cyrus c..;rr:cnhnv Mrs. 1

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73c

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At this low price. I) JO-Oz. ~C Stock your !recze'.l" &. Pkgs•..•......•• , .. v~C

1 am told that there are twenty-eight organizain Pierce C:mmty that will benefit from tlie Good N c~ighbor Fund. Nfost certainly the beneobtainecl through their efforts are well worth investnwnt from eneh of ns. vVon't you join your nds and neighbors in support of this

Arc you redecorating this fall? Why not add the of a handy, \step-saving phone in any toom a fot. Don't fo1·get that these phones come in a variety of smart decorator colors. Why not drop in sec for yourself?

firma red slicers: No. 1 Cup pai:k 011H' best <l:i,!i\ll(!l!ity

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The Parkland Grandmothers club will welcome gifts of baby clothes, in good condition, \Vhich they will take to the Pierce C11unly hospital to give to needy mothers. .Anyon0- v.rishing to help mny call LE 1-1379 or LE 7<3577. . The Parklnnd Grnndmothers 'vil1 n1cct rrhu1:sday, -Oct. 17, at 1:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Floyd Cole, 616 Eouth 82nd St.

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Priees . effective Thursday, October 10, thru Saturday, October 12, at 82nd & Pacific Safeway. No sales fo dealers, right to limit ·is


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Times journal v 13 no 5 oct 10, 1957