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PLANJ\TING ACTIVITIES-Pictured above are tht:> chairmen of the various committees which are preparing for Homecoming Week beginning Monday. They are (left to right) : Sharon Daye, Conrad Anderson,Lyn'1 Anderson, Norm Carlton, Sharon Madsen nnd Ken Parker. will end two weeks of suspense since Car la Christensen, Janet Torgeson and Carol Sue Overland were nominated. All three are seniors. Running for King are Dave Ashbaugh, Myron Krumm and Al Svinth. The latter two are members of the varsity football teams. The coffee hour will take place at 6:30 Friday night in the cafeteria. Grads are welcome to attend the after-game dance in their honor which will also be held in the cafeteria. An estimated 70 cars will take part in an after-school car parade which will tour the Parkland area for an hour in order to promote the night's festivities. Awards will be given for the best decorated car. Members of the Pierce County Sheriff's office will escort the homecoming celebrants. "W~ sincerely _hope that. all a!umm can make rt to the Fnday fcstiviti~s in order to make the third annual Homecoming a sueccss." Student Body president Bob Meade stated Wednesday in looking ahead to Friday's wclcome.

FrankHn Pierce Homecoming Set It will be welcome home for Franklin Pierce Alumni tomorrow night as the high school presents ii. gala list of activities for the third annual Homecoming celebration. Car parade, coffee hour, football game, coronation and dance have been planned for the grnds. The Sumner. Spartans will provide the opposition for the Cardinals in a Puget Sound League gnmc starting _at 8 p.m. Crowning of the queen and her court will take place at halftime as well as a halftime show by the 70-piece Cardinal Band. Announcement of the queen

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Tomato soup, r;rack<;1·~· egg salad sandwich, brownie, milk. Tuesday - Corn and red bean scramble, whol8 wheat rolls, let. • tucc wedges, dressmg, % orange, milk. _:wedn'.ccday ~-Hut meal sand- ]cngren as active djrcctor. Jan1c~s vnch, spinach, cake ~'.ilJlHlrus, rn1lk. . Fitts, Annon M:ty, John Twaitc, 'Ihur:;,Jay - Hot. doh: potato Art. llallengrcn and John Newel~ ch1~s, green beans, ~ookic, nulk. are Urn qualified inslruclurs. 1'r1day - Tuna w1r,glc on _b1scu1t~_. carrot stocks, Jello n111k.

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The Monte Vista Garrlf'n club is meeting today (Thursday) for a no-host. luncheon at 12:30 p.m. at Knapp's. The club will visit the garden of Mrs. William Fahey on North Mullen St. Officers for the coming ~·car are: President, Mrs. Carl Fynboc; vice president, Mrs. Albert. Berg-er; secretary, Mrs. Sterling I-Iarshman; treasurer, Mrs. \ral Berntsen; program, Mrs. Phillip Norby; publicity, Mrs. R. T. Westerman.

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Scout Troip Committee 76, in a two-hour session Tuesday at Central Avenue school, lined out a number of chores calculated to keep the Summit Rattlesnake 'rroop busy for several months. Most important, the committee decided, was to convert into a community park a wooded area of several acres on the north end of the school grounds. "This project," said Chairman Carl Escene, "fits in nlqely. with forestry and woodworking ... And. besides, what a break it wil.1 be for the people of the co=unity -to have a park of our D\'.>'n." Scoutmaster George Lind, Elmer Neustel and Bill Rave were made the committee to submit plans. Assistant Scoutmaster Jack Houtz has problems--how to get parent cooperation with the troop committee. "I'm for getting . more help from parents of the boys who make up the Scout troop," Jack m·ged. ''We can't get anywhere with this troop with the parents dragging their feet." Jack's pmposal set off a prolonged discussion on· parent collaboration, and when .the ·debate subsided thi; prog1'am was . ap~ proved: ' '

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The American Legion Am:iliary of Parkland Post 228 hold its regular meeting Oct. 10 in Sunshine hall. Mrs. James Jensen read the amendments to the constitution and by-laws for the last time and they were accepted. Mrs. Arthur Hart reported great success a.t Y\'estern Washington hospital vrith the new drugs. The children there are allowed two parties a week and everyone L9 invited to get in and J:relp. We need wom,en outside the Legion too, so anyone interested in giving either time or cookies please call 111:rs. Arthur Hart, LE 7-6872. You will be fully repaid when you see the happiness it gives these unfortullJlte little ones. There is also an acute shortage of volunteer workers at American Lake hospital and anyone who can spare· even a few hours a. iweek for this most satisfying work is asked to contact Mrs. Hart. . Morris Ford, superintendent of the Franklin Pierce school district, and Orville Weeks, principal of the high school, were invited to speak on school issues 1. A Court of Honor at Cen- and future planning, with a.questral Avenue school October 28th, tion and answer period during to be combined with a parents' the social hour. Mr. Ford urged meeting. . members and the public to attend 2. Written invitations, rein- Veterans Day programs Friday, forcen by urgent telephone re- Nov. 8, at one of the schools of the district. quests that parents be present. 3. Finally, to extract pledg;;; The Auxiliary joined the VFW from parents to do certain as- in giving a reception for the signed tasks in connection with Gold. Star mothers at Sunshine hall Sept. 26 and were very Scout activities. Other members of the troop gratfied at the turn out. Several committee present were Fred Ar- husbands were present. Mrs. huekle, Otto Kostelecky and Caleb Carpenter played the piano for community singing. Blaine Meifonna. The VF'W had very beautiful floral decorations on. all the MIDLAND •. tables but the serving table was especially lo.vely. with a. large cornu 0opia of gourds,. fruit and I . leavos )fln d. a Iarg~ .decora,ted cake. Refrcshme.i;:ts were se1;r~d ...... ,... ·.. ·> .. ::, ol_ "''·'~'.t? <.m.d a rnost(lnJIJo'ahle eyempg. Members of the M1dla1Jd Fire ,' Oct. .3 the Past Presidents Department and the WpmeQ's' Parley held its first fall. meeting Auxiliary held a combination at the home of Mrs. James Jon~ housewarming and wedding sen, secretary • treasurer, with shower recently at ·the Fire Dc- Mrs. Walter Fritz, the new chairparim<mt hall honoring Mr .. and man, presiding. Mrs. ,John Pyette and Mr. and .All eight members were preMrs. Mcrre1e Kemp, the Pyettes sent and very pleased to report for ih<'ir new home and the all dues paid for'58. All monies Kemps for the occasion of their raised will be used to aid needy service '\vomen. recent wcdclinr;. Parkland Auxiliary was hostess Enjoying the evening besides the honored guest were Mes- for the 4th Dist .. meet Oct. 7 at dames and Messrs. Dave McPher- Steve's. Mrs. Arthur Hart, Distson, Albert Bombai·dier, George rict president, gave an inspiring Turner, Don Kemp, William talk on community service; Mrs. Shanahan, Floyd Ayers, Andy Clarence Hughes, 1st vice presiChristensen Jr., James Gill, dent, urged early collection of Robo-t Irving, Frank Johnson, dues.. There was a large attendElmer '.lforud, George Pyette, C. ance. The District fall conferB. Smith, Day R. Smith, William ence will be hold at Rhodes Post Stevens, Ralph Taylor and Mrs. hall in Tacoma, Oct. 19, with Fred McPherson. The Fire De- dinner at 6:00 o'clock. partment is now busy making plans for the big Annual "Evening Of Games" to be held SatThe Foliage Fanciers Barden urday evening, Oct. 16. club meets today (Thursday) Rummage Sale The Al tar Society of St. John with Mrs. Charles Kent, 1717 So. of the Woods Parish is sponsoring 108th St. Presiding will be Mrs. a rummage sale at 111 Tacoma Jerry Siler, newly elected presiAvenue Monday, Tuesday and dent. Other officers are Mrs. Cline Wednesday, Oct. 21, 22, and 23. Mrs. Melvin Morrill is general Graves, vice president and pubchairman and wiII be assisted by licity; Mrs. Jack Siler, secretary; all the Circks and their chair- Mrs. Ervin Hagen, treasurer. Committee chairmen are Mesmen. Reporter - Marlene Cor!"igan, dames Orville Torgeson, teleLE 7-8545. . . - - phone; Frank DiGiovanni, sunshine; Robert Tomburg, program; Charles Kent, program adviso1·; Webster Walto1>, Arthur Massie and Claude Butler, progrnm committee.

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MIRACLE ~ With t~~· automobiles practically demoliilie-d in an unpredictable crash Saturday on Highway 99, the two drivers had a miraculous escape from injury or possible death. The two cars, driven by Fort Lewis soldiers, were moving toward Tacoma when the vehicle of Pan! E. Watz, 24., Headquarters & Headquarters Company 4th Infantry (right), r8mmed the rea1· of the car driven by James Dunham Jr., 27, Transp-Orlation .& Insulation Supply Battalion (lefi), forcing if into the ditch and following in an up-and-over m overnent that left it in piggy-back posiHon. State Patrol Officer Sherman investigated the accident. . Photo by McKewen

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. The Alice D. Helpmate club will' hold a bake sale at Summit Trading Co. Friday, Oct. 18, beginning at 1:30 p.m. Proceeds Oqtober 17 Collins P-TA, will be used for children at the regular meeting, 8:00 p.m., ColRainier school at Buckley. lins school. Parkland P-TA, regular meeting, 8;(>0 p.m. at Franklin Pierce high school cafeteria. Parkland P-TA executive board meeting at 7;00p.m. to proceed regular meeting in high school cafeteria. ' Two days were all that was reOctober 22 - Franklin Pierce quired to demolish and haul Hi-Boosters regular me<Jting. away from McChord Field .Air Octo her 23-Harvard-Midland Base a nose hangar soon to be Preschool regular meeting. Cenreplaced by a more permanent tral Avenue P-TA executive type building. The .material re- board meeting. covered will go toward compleOctober 31 - Collins school tion of the Summit Youth carnival. Pierce C-O~ty Couii.cil Center. District Meeting at Trinity" LuthSale of the "nose dock" was eran. parish hall. negotiated through Don SlenThe regular meeting of Collins kamp, and members of the .Youth P-TA will be held October 17. Center Association turned out in Howard Rosen, from the Child force with hammers, bars and Guidance Clinic in Tacoma, will wrecking tools to take ap13.rt the be the speaker. He will show the first of five buildings offered for film "The Shy Child", with dissale. by the Air Force. cussion to follow. The 8th grade About 20 men a11d five truc!~s mothers will be hostesses for the withi the·· '\'i'.P1nen · prpvidin,g·.. the coffee hour: Parkland PcTA will hold their lu11cbes, ·started.working. f3atur~ day- .al1d SuQday had, a!J salv- regular .. meeting at Franklin a.ge~hle - mate·dal stackea ;at. the Pierce high school 9n Octp])er building site of the Cente1· by 17, at 8:00 p.m.; presiding. will Sunday evening:· Air •Fore~ .of- be Mrs. Augusta ··Stern. Open ficials complimented· the.·.· group h6use .is in the order of the evening so that .the 7th and 8th on its fast, efficient work. Monthly meetings of the Youth grade classes may be inspeCtcd. Franklin Pierce Hi - Boosters Center Association saw the elec· tion of the following new offic- regular meeting will be held ers: Don Slenkamp, president; Tuesday, October 22, at 8:00 p.m. Fi·ed Arbuckle, secretary; Berle in the high school cafeteria. Mrs. Hart, vice president, and Blaine Alfred Seaman will preside. McKanna, executive biard mem- Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the football ber. team, with Eldon. Kyllo introducing. The high school band, the cheer leaders and song leaders The Altar Society of Our Lady will participate also. A panel on Queen of Heaven parish will hold "The Value of Athletics" \\~JI a card party in the parish hall, complete the program. The regular •monthly meeting 146th and A streets, Sat1,1rday evening, Oct 19. Mrs. William of Harvard-Midland Preschool Nathe and Mrs. Bud Lamont, co- will be held Wednesday, October chairmen, will be assisted by 23 at 8;00 p.m. at Midland Mesdames Chester Cook, Helen school, Mrs. Paul Huffman preBugarin, Albert Charon, Phillip ~iding. The program will consist Pepper, Leo J. McDonald, Syl- of a film on Civil Defense and a vester Kintz, Ray Perkins, Martin tall<' on' "Safety For Our Tots on Giq)>ons, Pat L. l{eogan and Miss Halloween." Hostesses for the Eutrophia ICeogh. There will bcr evening will be Mrs. William Stevens, Mrs. Lester Wolfe, Mrs. prizes and lunch. Walter Price and Mrs. Francis Coleman.

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Games Ni9ht Benston Grange announced a'.' other in the series, 0£ ·games nights for Saturday, Oct. 19. The Home Economics committee \vill. use proceeds for interior !lainting at the Grange hall. Mrs. Marie Rose is chafrman for this Saturday night's games. SEE THE V.'EEKLY

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PoHuck Supper At ChHrch 24th Thmsday evening, Oct. 24, the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Summit Methodist church wi11 sponsor a potluck supper in the church hall at 6:30 o'clock. Feature of the evening will be a presentation by Miss Leona Hinkley of beautiful slides and exhibits from Okinawa that she took while there teaching in a school. for American children. Those who have seen the beautifui things Miss Hinkley brought home think them worth seeing

regular meeting in the church hall at 1:00 o'clock to prepare for the evening program. Garden Club Mrs. Kenneth Romjue will be hostess to the June Bug Garden club at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday with Mrs. Stanley Ratcliffe assisting. Roll call will feature an exchange of spring bulbs. Following the business meeting there will be a demonstration of dried arrangements. Members are requested to bring container, needle point and dried materials, for further in·

Cook and his wife, Marian, on their recent marriage. The wedding was held in San Francisco, Calif. The new home is in Seattle. Guests included Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cook and daughter of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and children of Mirror Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bixby of Milton Freewater, Ore.; Mrs. Paul Anderson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bixby and eon, Jay, Marion Glover, Mrs. John Duncom, William Duncom, Mrs. Knell, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kenny, Lawrence Duncom and Mrs. Ger· ry Oaf.

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The Roy P-TA wilJ .sponsor a spaghetti dinner Thursday, ()ct. 24, in the Roy grade school caf· eteria, . serving from 5:30 . till 8:00 p.m. Mrs. · Mark Jones is general chairman.

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Santos, Brazil, 9/7/57-TRIP IN SPACECRAFT MADE PUBLIC. People just wouldn't believe him, decided the law professor, and so for nearly a year he kept his little secret. Finally he let the word sliu out to a friend. Last week all Brazil was abuzz about the relu~tant claim of Joao de Freitas Guimaraes, 48, a wealthy, respected professor of Roman law at Santos' Catholic University. Did the Professor really take an hour-long whirl through outer space in a flying disc'! As the professor tells it, he was lolling on the beach at Sao Sebastiao last summer after tidying up a messy inheritance case when suddenly a 60 foot disc appeared before 'him. The disc was about 18 feet high, and rested on a pawnshop-type landing gear of three balls. Two 6 foot-tall men got out of the spacecraft, and Guimaraes tried small talk in English, French, Spanish and Italian, but got no answer. Then the strangers started to transmit on the professor's wave length. "They were communicating with me telepathically," he explained. "They were inviting me aboard." Once aboard, the crew (blond hair, green eyes, yellowish shoes) took the prof"~"sor for a 'ride. When the disc once vibrated. sharply, one of his hosts reassured hipitelepathically: "Have no fear. We are leaving the atmosphere of your planet." An hour later the disc landed back. on the beach. Guimaraes was politely deposited in a daze, and his new acquaintances whirled away. After the story leaked out, reporters besieged the high-flying professor, and the Brazilian Air Force nervously. put a fighter cover over. the rendezvous beach. With a sigh, Guimaraes took to· television to get the matter straight once and for all. But he ref\lsed to elaborate on his telepathic talk with the crew of the spacecra~. "It is wiser not to divulge it. The authorities know all the details." Guimaraes' TV lecture left many viewers convinced. that he had been in his cups rather than in a disc.· But as the hoots grew louder, friends and colleagues joined ranks around the wiry, balding professor, father of four, community pillar, model rectitude. Summarized his faculty dean: "Everyone is entitled to his own convictions, but nobody can make be believe Guimarae5 is a liar or insane." * ;,1> *.' Salisbury, N. C., .6/22/56 - What was it? Nobody seems to knew but it reportedly appeared in the skies of Rows,n County around midnight. All that. could be seen was an amber light that blinked off an.d on. The object came in from the south and stopped. Three times in different locations it stopped or appeared to have stopped and remained motionless in the sky for a considerable length of time. The ol)ject, whatever it was, was spotted hy members of the Franklh1 Volunteer Fire Dept., who were on duty at the ground observer post on the Milford Hills Road. The object hovered in the sky !or. about 30 minutes. The· object was first spotted in the Gastionia area approximately 10 minutes before it was seen in SaliSbury, According to the information from the filter center, the object was seen around Gastonia and moved in the direction of Saiisbury. Military radar units were .alerted but it is not known whether they had already been tracking it when notified. According to a letter from Evelyn Fichey of the Charlotte, N. C. filter center, the· center was thrown iro.to excited activity.

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Amarillo, Te:irns, 8/1/56-A Dallas, Texas man. who docs not want his name published. said he saw a mysterious craft he assumed to be a space ship in the early morning sky while driving from Amarillo to Memphis. Texas. The man said he, with his wife and two small children, watched a brilliant illt1mination which seemed to maneuver through a dark cloud. He said they watched it two hours and fifteen minutes and m[lde several photographs of it. The observer said· he was a. former air force pilot and familiar with most military aircraft as well as meterological phenomena.

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Newport Newport Beach woman and her husband set southern California Air Filter Centers working wit.Ii the sighting of two flat objects .racing ·at high altitudes across the Santa Cat<J:~in~}~land c)l~ng,,!.. J. R. 'Ench and. his wife called police ,.,nd said 'thf\y SJ1Rt~i.\d i.WP fla,fyobj,ect§, 1 t,,qtang~la.r in dimension, burning b1~igliJJy as· they sped' ·acm:iss' the afternoon sky. Both Enchs said ·the' objects were flying faster than jet afrcraft but at about the same altitude which jets fly.

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Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., (AHTN(J}. -- Second Lt. Ger~ld E. Scl1im~e, 23, son ?f· Al]Je:rt E. Schimke,' 721 South· 115tl1; St., Parkland, is attending the officers basic course at the Army Fin* '* * ance School, Fort Benjamin HarInformation contained in this series 1courtesy of Aerial Phenom· rison, Ind. ena Research Group, Seattle, Washington. The 14-week course provides PLANNING A SPACE TRIP? BEFORE YOU LEAVE, STOCK UP elementary training for Fip.ance AT THE ·. . Corps officers and is a career Ell requirement for all officers with finance or comptroller assignments. Lieutenant Schimke was a staff accountant with the Continental & Spanawa'j Oil Company in Ponca City, Okla. CAMPBELL'S Tin before entering the Army this July. He received a degree from Pacific Lutheran College in 1955 II Ill lll Ill II and one from Harvard Business School in 1957. 0

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in~al Ctnnp~ign Local An1erican Legionnaires will begin their annual advance membe,-,h[p drive for 1958 here on Sunday, Oct. 20, Vernon L. Steadman, commander of Clover Creek post No. 118, announced today. The drive, to be known as American Legion Weeks or AL Weeks for short, will run from Oct. 20 through Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, Commander Steadman said. General chairman for the three-week memhorship campaign will be Warren P. Stinson who is the adjutant-finance officer of the local post.. During the drive, Legionnaires will call on all eligible World War I, II and Korean War veterans in and around Spana~ay to invite them to join the American Legion, the nation's largest veterans organization. Also, new rl\:sidents of 'the community who are veterans and are eligible for American Legion membership are being given a special warm invitation to become affiliated with the local Post, Commander Steadman declared. All present Legionnaires will also be urged to pay their 1958 dues before the close of the drive. "The local American Legion Weeks drive. is part of a statewide campaign to enroll 100 percent of our membership quota hy Veterans Day," Commander Steadman said. "We of the American Legion are anxious to have all eligible veterans join with us in our programs of Community Service, Child Welfare, Rehabilitation, and Americanism designed to serve our community, state and nation. We want every veteran in Spanaway to feel that he is a part of a team still serving for God and Country." Halloween Party Clover Creek Post and Unit 118, American Legion, Spanaway, will have its Halloween party on Oct. 25, in the Legion Hall. All veterans and their families are welcome. Costumes are optional. The time is 8:00 o'clock. The hall is on 161st and Park in Spanaway.

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Boy Scout Troop 174 held the Court of Honor at the Woodland P-TA meeting Friday, Oct. 11. The Tenderfoot award was given to three new members: Jimmy Meskimen, Rodger Manning and .Richard Carlson; 2nd Class award was presented to John and Owen Wilkie, who transferred from So\l.th · America, Tommy Grass and Claude Hubbard. Dale Stal received a Merit Badge and Bob West an attendance pin for one year's perfect attendance. Year pins were given to Bob West, Terry Storm and Dale Stal; 1st year to Tommy Grass and Claude Hibbard. Camparee segments were presented to Bob West, Terry Storm and Dale Stal. Kabar Kilworth (green bar pins) went to Bob West and to Terry Storm. Bob West and Tommy Grass each received a pack board and Claude Hubbard a First Aid kit as awards on the poirit system for accomplishments. The committee presenting the awards, along with Scoutmaster George Newcomer, were Institutional Representative W. R. Grass, chairman; Walter West, aid assistant; Scoutmasters B.ill Newcomer and Cliff Keller, The troop would like to remind Woodland people that they are still collecting pld newspapers and selling greeting and Christ-

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"'Two sides of bubbling hilarity from the master of recorded satire" is the way Stan Freeburg's latest and possibly greatest release, "Wun'erful, Wun'erful", is described in Capitol's ads for the platter. You know something? They're right! This two part disk, not to be considered a take-off on Johnny Mathis' "Wonderful, Wonderful," is in reality a clever spoof of the Lawrence Welk show. Stan plays up the idiosyncrasies of Welk's TV style and turns them, as the ad puts it, into "bubbling hilarity." Freeburg traces an entire Welk show, featuring among . other things, the little "Lemon Sisters," to the point where the bubble sound machine gets out of hand and the whole ballroom floats out into the Pacific Ocean! Stan, well known for this type of spoof, is sure to pull many a chuckle-and sales-with this new single. Have you ever wondered how the sales life of an album compares to that of a single. Here are some statistics on the nation's best selling L.P.'s. Note the number of weeks for each and try to . th.ink of any single that's lasted nearly that long. "The King And I," 65 weeks; "My Fair Lady," 79 weeks; "Calypso," 70 weeks; "Oklahoma!," 108 weeks; "South Pacific," 203 weeks.

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Grandmothers Install Heaas Install a ti on of new officers highlighted the Friday m8eting of the Grandmothers Sunshine club No. 250 at the home of Mrs. coming year. Attend Meeting Elaine Runkel, Bernice Harbor, Margaret David and Sarah Hopkins represented Woodland Preschool at the Pierce County Council meeting at the Vaughn elementary school Oct. 3. Grange Program Mrs. Olga Fisher, Fruitland Grange lecturer, plans a program highlighting the safety theme for the Friday evening meeting. Reporter-M«s. J. C. Mullins, Puyallup TH 5-8621.

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Thursday, October 17, ,1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL •

4-H Boys Wi.n Many Awards

Jerry has been a consistent champion· winner for · the past nine years in his 4-H sheep project and showmanship contests. This was Jerry's first showing at The following building permits The vv a!Jer .Road 4-ii Boys the State Fair in Yakima, having have. been .issued by Keith F. club, under the · leadership of moved here from Minnesota less Jones, County Engineer, BuildMrs. Rudolph Geise and 114rs. than three years ago. ing Inspection Department: James Larson, .have been very Harold Slater, $1000 workshop, Friday, Oct. 18, at 8:30 o'clock . Cor. Gollins and Waller Road; the Waller Road Grange will hold active in the recent ra_irs. The boys had over 10 entries Pacific Lutheran College, $12,000 Booster Night at the hall, 64th (Continued From Page 4) at the Sumner Junior 4-H fair frai,ie home, 1102 So, 120th; and Waller road. This meeting is and brought home 44 blue ribFREE to d h T t Vernon C. Blauvelt $2000 addn. open to the public. Anyone inter'rh xh.b. · S • goo .. omes ...,- '!'O _ca s b ose e l itmg at umner· and one gray male kitten· GR to comm. bldg., 8614 Portland ester in learning of Grange work ons. were Bob Johnson, Jim Geise, 4-9270. '15c6 Ave. is especially w.elcome. Benny Smith, Leste.r Sand and Richard Roness, $2500 concesMrs. Don Howard, lecturer, will Jack Sand in garden. Jim Larson FOR SALE - 21 Cu. Ft. Freezer, sion Bldg., Rademaker & Old present an interesting educationshowed his Ayrshire heifer and save $250. 16 Cu. Ft. Freezer, Mil. Rd., Joseph E. Murphy, al program. Mrs. Florenre Allen, Norman Hulsher showed rabbits save $225. ·We positively will $2500 frame home, 752 So. 133rcl.; well known throughout the counand entered the Home Beautifica- not be undersold on these modRoy Lape, $1000 ,hangar, Rt. 1, ty as one of the agents of the els. Siler's.. 11230 Pacific Ave. LE 7-8634. 15c6 Box 464A-l, Spanaway; Paul J. 'County Extension service, will tion contest. Bob Johnson and Jim Geise Scalf, $500 garage, 7304. East be guest speaker on "Budgets for went to the !air at Chehalis and CLOSING OUT all 1957 model TV 112th, Puyallup; Thomas R. Folk, Today's Family." There will be judged Garden for Pierce county. Save .up to $150. Siler's, 11230 $1000 addn. to home, Rt. 3, Box vocal and instrumental music. A 15c6 At the Puyallup fair Norman Pacific Ave. LE 7-8634. 908, Puyallup. social hour will follow. Hulsher showed three pens of J. H. Christiansen, $3000 New 4-H Club rabbits and received one blue rib- FOR SALE - L. C. Smith standframe home, Imhoff Road, South A new 4-H Club the Waller ard typewriter; good condition; bon and one red ribbon. of Collins; . George D. Barclay, Road Mavericks, ha~ been organ15c6 At the Puyallup fair Bob John· $25; call LE 7-3448. . $9750 frame home, 1312 South ized in the Waller Road area and son entered 15 garden exhibits 114th; Joe Waller, $4650 frame sponsored by the Waller Road • -Horses and received three white rib- - - - - - _ _:___L__ home, Rt. 4, Gay Rd. So. of River Garden club. Mrs. James Larson bons, seven bllle ribbons and five HORSE SHOEING - Dick MorRd. Puyallup; Homer F. Penrod, is the leader, Mrs. John Sand, asred ribbons. Jim ,Geise received ris, Rt. 3, Box 600, Tacoma. $400 addn. to home,· Box 117, sistant leader nine blue and four red ribbons. 16p9 Roy; .Leo G. Wilson, $700 frame At the or~anization meeting, On the Pierce County Garden home, 1042 So. 11Hh,, J.ames E. the following officers were electJudging . team at Puyallup fair Earle, $1500 garage, 9702 8'.='uth ed: President, NormaO: Hulscher; were Bob Johnson and. Jim Geise. Park Ave.; James R. Lormg, · 'd t L t Sa d $5200 triplex, 12605 Pacific Ave. VICte presiChen. 't· es esr dn ; tesecl- Going on to Yiil¢ma State Fair HOMES and . CLUBS Ronald Cheslik, $10,000 frame re ary, .ris me an ; e- to . . judge · gardenillg was Bob FREE CHRISTMAS TOYS · · 1180.2.·E· Ceda . V 1 t" phone chairman, Jim Larson; Johnson. · h ome, . r, a en me t B b J h t o nson; repor er, Phone Puyallup Weisgerber, $300 frame garage, reasurer, . o 20;!.0. So. 106th; Howard Quinn, J~ck Sand, sergeant-at-arms, DaTH 5-5175 or TH 5-5919 $500 .f . 0 Ol'IOl'S ft 854 S 96 th· v1d Longmeyer. Other members °·f ' attending were Charles Hicks, ·.... rt.hameR. garage,$ K enne 3000 rame M'k H' k R ogers, · L d •"' IOI! home, Rt. 3, Box 657; Paul A. L 1 te Sic sd, Thonnile b ~rson ant Lyle Haller, student at Frank0 Willcox, $13,700 frame ho~e. · es er an · e cu 15 open. lin Pierce high· school ·and a Designers and Builders Rt.3, Box 214, Puyallup; Wm. C. new members. To start a ~reas- member of Pierce County rabbit EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Black, $1000 trailer, 14620 Pacific ury: the c~ub members will be judging team, was third highest REASONABI,E PRICES Easy Monthly Payments Avenue; Parkland Methodist sellmg Chris~mas cards; call LE individual judge at Yaki.ma Fair Church, $12,000 move church to 7- 5435 . or "WA 2 - 6556 and the recently; his team also placed YAU GHAN 'S " property, 12183 "A" St.; Norman boys will call on you. third. Other local judges were 84th & Pac. Ave. GR 4-9515 G .. Peterson, $600 addn. to home, Reporter-Mrs. Verne Fogle, Judy Graves, Diana Perryman 5210 7 801 So. 118th; United Missionary LE • and Wallace Kibbe. · Church, $1500 addn. to parson- W • Jerry Haller, also of Franklin age, Roy. Pierce and an active member in Parkland Baptist church, $1500 If they lose they win! That 4-H and ~A, ?.eing president of tddn. to church, 1006 So. 112th; seems to describe the efforts of both. orgamzations as well as. a Bob Carnahan, $2500 frame members of TOPS (Take Off very capable junior leader in his 2 tll 6:81! p:m. Tue,, thru Thur. home, 109 So. 175th; C. F. Millar, Pounds Sensibly) clubs one of 4-H club, took all.honors in both Friday: 2 pm' ti! 9 p.m $30,000 (3) duplexe~, 1617 South these groups now being' organiz- open cla~s ai:d 4-~ at Yakima Saturday: All Day 108th; Wm. E. E1lson, $6000 ed in the Parkland ai·ea State Fair wit hh1s S<iufhdown frame home, 3922 East 118th; Originated in the east ;nd now ra mand his fat lamb. He also Dallas A. Dayhuff, $12,000 frame of national scope, TOPS has ad- was state championship in the l)ome, 1421 So. ·lllth; · warren opted some of the therapy meth- Showmansh ip and Fitting conRussell, $500 trailer, 601 South ods of Alcoholics Anonymous. test. 160th; W. G. Freudenstein, $12,- Each member of a local club has.,;_ _ _ _ _ _ __ 000 frame home; 420 So. 140th; a "secret pal", also. a member, Joh·. n McDonnell,$200 addn. t<; ·whom she can call a. t any hourNE And home, 1802 East 72nd; Carl A. to lend moral support in the Mordeen,$900 garage, 3609 East slimming down process. · ·Office Supplies 92nd; Mrs. Lucille Duncan, $800 Each meeting · starts with 162nd & PACIFIC ~VENUE frame garage, 8707 Vickery Rd.; weighing each member and com' . A. Uden, $300 frame garage, paring the weight of the prev7218 Portland Ave.; 'Mifre Spascik, ious record. In the keen competi$500 move home to prop., ss20 tiou of 1osing weight, members Sales.road. .form teams to vie· with each , . . . ..· .. ·. . . other and· many. eye the rewards $ ·USIE of natio:;ial prize~. . . . ·Get DRAMEX'fro.m ·. . , < ... • . ·. .. The first meetmg of the ParkSO. · rND· .. 1'>[.'UMBING At the rt~ular me~tmg of PW ill.n.d TOPS club will held • a;. · . · '·I.'···• . ·... ·•·· . ··.··· .. ·. · · Weyerhaeusers~hool·club, plans soon. Women.interested shQuld . A,ND .. HARpWA:RE .... were made for the annua,l school t t M · R b' · t S hult .LE Near Roy 'Y', Spanaway GR. 4100 carnival. '.fhere .will be,, a fish ~~; ;~. rs. 0 er · c z, · We Stock.& (:at Glass 6 pond, grab bag, country store and games, with .a special award. Lunch will. be. served. Mrs .Holden and Mrs. Booth were hostesses for the Mothers club meeting. At the Oct. 1 meeting of the board of directors, the final 195758 school district budget was passed. A work program was decided on and the' fathers of the community are asked to turn out and give a hand at necessary repair work. The date set is Oct. 12. The Lutheran Ladies Aid is J,ustre Creme meeting at the home of Mrs. John Pamper Ge>lden Liquid Woodbury Erickson Thursd... y, Oct. 10. SHAMPOO SHA:MPOO SHA:MPOO Weyerhaeuser school defeated Lacamas at football 26 to 0 on $ 1.50 size $1.19 $1.00 size 59c 2 - 60c btls. 89c Tul3sday. Mrs. Leonard Krones and daughter June attended the Central Washington fair at Yakima. Reporter-Mrs. Walter Crosett, Eatonville. Plastic'' Shawnee BAND-AIDS Revere PLANT~POTS G~rmcany Special . combination box 11/2-Qt. Sauce Pan with First Aid Creme. Fuessen, .Germany (AHTNC) 98c for 49c Pfc. Delrnur R. .Mayhak, 18, son $5.95 for $3.79 value 49c of .Mr. =d Mrs. Frank C. Mayhak, Rt. 3, Tacoma, recently was - -- I graduated ·from the ammunition supply cou1~se at the Army's European Ordnance School in 99c: Slumber Soft Fusscn, Gcl'Jnany. BLANKET Swing Away Costume Jewelry After gi·aduatio:r,i ceremonies, CA:N OPENER he returned to his regular duties Earrings - Necklaces $9.95 for $5.95 as a track drive1: ii1 Company C of the 3rd Armored Division's . $2.98 for $2.48 37th Infantry Battalion. 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.. Alfred Wintc,rton, Ambrose Coleman, Melvin Merrili and H. C. The Ortolwr mPetine; o[ the Budke. Ivirs. Anna O'Far1·ell v:.·as IviidlS.nd Or':hoJ~.r. dJf' f:niltl -,vus repmted very ill :it her home. held Or.:toher 1, in tlH! SpeakebJ at the 1net:ting \VC!'t; Improvemr•nt <>lub ball, with Mrs. Lou Di_ckson, cninpaign n1anagcr, Cbarlcs presiding. In- and the Rev. Andrew Prouty. :itial pluns \Vc~rc rr1ade for the l\ Ien1b0rs of tbe St. CeciJia Clrc:le tlnnunl turkey r:n'l :~:'.llrnon dinnc•r \\-c:rD hostesses for the luncb~-:xn

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hostess for :.:\ stork sho-"ver Fdtlny Septernhr:.1~ r1r'c·ii:ng \'; ·rr:: :Vfc~~;­ cveninf{, Sept. 27 honoring 1vlr:;, darnes .Tr:nf·L OL·c:n. Earl Jan:1es'. i~.fte-r playing Sl~Vel'al Hutr:hinson r.nrl AHa gar:1c::;, refreshments \vri·c sc:r\'at the Oe:l:ohcr mP<.d.ing \-Vt:~1·e ed, \vith TuT:i.·s. Jn1ncs' s1na1l Mesdames Char1t~~' Brciu\ver, Ed- dnughtc·r, Dian Et, ssi:-.i~:iting \Vit lt \.vn2·d Goebel, Davi<l Scheid L nnd the serving. DPco·:~ilJion thcrrH~ 0. R Tripio. \Vas carried Out .iii-~ yc]Jo'\Y nnd Nc\v members inl~'o<lucl;d ut gr2en- nnd '"\.VGlcomD ,Bubyi< >,Vas the meeting wero Mrs. James Gi1l written on top of the cnkc which nntl 1\1rs. Earl Ro,ve .. centered the table, Guests and Boy Scouts neighbors 1,vho gathered togethMany parents attended the er for this enjoyable eve11ing Court of Honor o[ Boy Scout \vere }i.1fesdnmcs Ogden Young, Troop 8•1 at thC> Scout hall Mon- John Jnn1cs, Frank Ishabold,.,·m· day evening, Sept. :30. Many Willi11m Baughn and John Wyili,,vards "\Vere presen\.etl Lo the straeh besides the hostess and 1boys: Merit Badges Stephen honored gu'est. Sending gifts but Sallee, scholarship; Donald Snow- unable to attend \Vere' ·rviesdan1es den, Basketry, Carnping, Fishing; Verne Blauvelt and Wayne Alex· V crne Hoods, Cooking, 1''ar1n andcr. ii.Jome Planning; Gene Huber . ForClove:rbuals €stry, Hlklngl Ca1nping, S-.vin1~ J'l.-ici:nhers of the. l\1idland 4-II 1ni11g, and Citizenship in· the Co:cn .. Clovorbuds have had a very sucmunity; Dea.cc Huber, Forestry, cessful year e.t the recent fairs. Hiking, Camping, and Citizen- l!..t -v\Testern "\Nashil1gto11· Fair in ship . in the Community; Mike Fuyallv.p avvanls in clothing v;-e::c·c (}ural, Camping, Citizensh~p in 3 Bh::.e ribbons to }{rd:hie Jont:·s; the Community, Fishing, Ifome 1 Blue and l red to SaEy FfanRepairs, and Leathercrait. son; 2 P.. eds to :Nadine Olsc~n.: 2 IJ.'ender'foot -- B0b Lock:cidge Blues, 1 Red and 1 \Vh.:ltc tn John Reding, Roger Spragg, Tom G8orgia Gen11uell and 1 Blue1 2 ·Shannon, Bill I-Iar. '1.n1nr\ . and Red and 1 White to Janet :James Kennedy; Beaver Chip Bo1nbardier; in F'lo\ver P~rrang­ Dennis Spragg, Dennis Spc.in, Bill ing, Janet Bo1nbardier 1·eceived Severson, Verne Harris, Bob 1 Blue and other awards went to " Lockridge, Bill Hammnr, . and Janet, Sally, Nadine and Kathie; Tom Schultz; Service Pins - :3- in Quick Breads, Georgia GemyeaTs, Step.hen Sallee; 2 years, mell received blue at Puyallup Britce Payne, Dennis Spni.11 ,Jim- and Yakhna; Jane Lo;,vlcr receivmy Reynolds, and Mike Gural; ed 2 Blues in Ty11e on his steer F.irst Class - Verne V..rood, \vho and Jane also received Blue in ' pinned a First Class Pin on his bread and. rolls in open class> mother, Mrs. Dean Vvood; Don- l'Tadine and Georgia also particald Snowden, who pinned a First ipated on the foods judging team. Class . Pin on his mother, Mrs. The last two meetings of their Howell Snowden; Life Badge 4-H yea1' were held nt the home Gene and Dean Huber, who each of their leader, Mrs. Frank Baspinned a n1inin1,iJte Lll'c Pin on kett, v.rith Ivirs. Baskett ;:.;ei·ving their mother. Nfrs. Edwin Brcn- at the first meeting and SaJ;y neise; Mike Gural pinned a min- Hanson being hostess for L110 sec ... iature Star Pin on his niother, and meeting. The girls enjoyed Mrs. Frank Gural. s\vim1ning afLer the n1cetingS. Stephen Sn llce griYtl a v_9ry inHicks - Johnson formative l'eport of his !.rip to .VVedding rings ind~ vo\vs vvcre the National ,famhorcc al. Valley exchanged rccently:.by, Mi::;s Leif,h Forge. His .pictures were most.in- Rae HiCks and Lt. Richard Arnt.cresting. old ,Tohnson in the William. Br1lVisitors lard: hOme before a fh~ePincc Chi0f WoYrhnt· ,Officfir· ·E. S. ba:qked ·with pink gladioli and Cinq 11.fa>'S of the United States fei'n. Coast Guard, rind· his wife, have The Rev. David Barnette of the been visiting for the past week First Baptist church officiated be\-vith his mother }intl t>top-f:::itlreri fore an altar lighted by. pink Mr. and Mrs. Nels E. Johnson, of tapers. The bride is the daught.er 9920 Waller road. The officer and of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hicks arid wife are here from Bay the bridegroom is the son of Long Island, New York, Arnold Jolmson of Brei:nerton and ·where he has been stationed for Mrs. Richard Keyes .of Sacratho past three years, serving be- mento, Calif. Lilliam Ballard was fore that at Eureka, and San tho soloist. Given in ·1nnrringe Francisco, Calif. since World War by her father, the bride wore an II. He plans to make the Coast s.nkle-!Gngth gown of Chantilly Guard his career, having already lace and tulle with a [ilted served 20 years and planning on bodice, a standup collar and long 10 more years. It has been five. pointed sleeves. The bouffant years since they have been here skirt was of ruffles and lace. 'fhe and they visited his grandmother bl'ide carried a bouquet of white and aunt in Bellingham, made a baby rosebuds and steph:inotis. IVI.rs. Charlynn Baughn \VD.S trip to the mountain and spent a weekend at the Johnson's cabin matron cf honor for· her sister at Phillips Lak0 in Mason County. and· \Vore a ]avdndc;r gown of chiffon with a headpiece of Altnr Society Mrs. Walter Vailencour presid- rhinestones and flowers which ed at the October meeting of the had been worn by her molher at St. John of the Woods Altar So- her wedding. Lany Olds ol Seciety last week in the Midland attle was best mnn. The bride's Improvement Club hall. Reports mother v.rore a n1idnight blue were given by all the Circle chair- suit vvith a pink corsage and the :rnen with meetings of most of bridegroom's grandn1other chose a grey dress \Vith a pink rosebud th~n1 being held this v1eek. P] ans corsage. were discussed for their coming Assisting c.t the reception folrummage sale to be held October lo\ving the ceremony i,vcrc 1vics.. 21, 22 and 23 at 1111 Tacoma <lames Vvilliam Ballurd, Ann with Mrs. Melvin MorNoeller, Alfred Reich!, Peler 'l'efin charge. Oth~rs reporting fre, Larry Goachy, Willia1n Free .. were Mrs. Jo ·wa!ters on the man and tho Misses Deanne and sh1dy club; Mrs. Peter Coleman DiL~nnc Sag-er. 2 the Nocturnnl Devotions; Leavinp; for the wedding tr1p to Alfred iNintcrton on the Macon, Georgia, the bride wore a 111embership; and Mrs. Melvin bJuc Silk dress \vith a matching on the AC.C.W. meeting jacket, '\Vhite accessories and a Port Angeles. The following white rosebud. cnrsnge. The bl'idc nLtcndctl Franklin Pierce and is n gr:.H.h-.ut0 of the T'..lcon1a Dental Assistant School. 1-le is a jet pilot 1 with the U .. S. Air Force.

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women of the commm1ity are aiways welcome and share the evening of fellowship. P-TA Spanaway P-TA met recently in the gym with Mrs. Robert McKinnell presiding. Plans for the fall festival (Nov. 8) were outlined by· Mrs. Cliff Anderson, ways and means chairman. A clever skit presented ··by Mrs. Roy Norgan, assisted by Mrs. John Iverson, honored Mrs. Phil· lip 'l'aylor, "Queen for the Night", who was the room mother with the most membership points turned in. Mrs. Crippen's 5th grade won the room count. The 8th grade mothers served at the coffee hour. The Choraliers, Parkland P-TA mothersingers, entertained with a few songs. Auxiliary The proposed rummage sale Oct. 28, 29, 30 and the Nov. 30 dance in the Elk Plain Grange hall provided topics of interest at the Spanaway Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary meeting. Again an appeal for rummage is made; call Mrs .Morgan Webb, LE 7-417. 6. Dan.,ce tickets were. passd . e out by the ticket chairman, Mrs. .Don McLellan. and now may · b . ? purchased by .Firemen or Auxihary members. Mrs. Robert.

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Search Skies In Booster Night Vain For "Moon" Fine Success Many boys and g.1rls in the upper grades at Columbia Crest school rose early Friday morning to search the skies for the Rus· sian satellite, the man-made "moon", b.ut saw nothing because of the clouds. However Principal Rose was greatly pleas· ~d by the interest shown and it ls hoped that the enthusiasm for scientific res·earch may continue. Baked Food Sale The Columbia Crest Study club will hold a baked food sale Saturday, Oct. 28 at Swanson's Genera] Store. Turkey Dinner The Nisqually Rebekah Lodge at Elbe will hold the annual turkey dinner Sunday, Oct. 20, from 1:00 to 5:00 in the Odd Fellows hall; everyqne welcome. Sewing Circle The next meeting of the Mine~al-Ple~sant .Valley-Elbe Sewing Circle will be at the home of Mrs. Rebekah ..Jl:uvil. at Mineral Tuesday, Oct. 22, with potluck dinner Rhone has charge of coll;;;-lli,g NJB ""£•'"'"""""a" · co .1.ee uan s;·'"h·er ·p h·one 15 LE 7-3342 if you want to help earn th e co ff ee urn. Mrs. Gene Siscel was showered with handkerchiefs by the members; she is moving to Parkland: Trips Mr. and Mrs. William Cherney, Sr., motored to Vancouver, B. C., visiting many points of interest with their daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Al Marche of Olympia. They visited Grand <::oulee on their way home. Mrs. E. · Scearce visited · her daughter, .Miss Alice Scearce, in Yakinia where Alice is enjoying her work as directo~ of education at the First Methodist church. Reporter-Mrs. Oliver Omat, LE 7-6466.

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The Elk Plain Grange wishes to thank the many friends and neighbors for making the Oct. 10 Booster Nite a great success. A fine program was presented by Mrs. Paul Darling, the lecturer. Guest speakers were Glenn Ash and Coach Ed Niehl; representing the newly formed Bethel Booster club. Candy Sale The newly organized Elk Plain Preschool group is starting the year off with a candy cale in the Elk Plain grade school activity room Oct. 30, 12:00 to · 1:00 o'clock. Fire Auxiliary The Elk Plain Fire Auxiliary board met Monday at the home of Mrs. James Clark. There was dicussion of the hamper to be awarded at the' open house Nov. 18. T.he regular meeting will be held Monday, Oct. 21, at 8:()0 p. m. at the fire hall. P-TA Discussion of a covered play area hlghlighted the Oct. 9 · meeting of Elk Plain P-TA, the special committee on t}ie project reporting. A social hour concluded the evening. Sick List Judy Schmidt is convalescing at home from injuries suffered in an automobile accident Oct. .11. Mary Kuper is reported ill, also at home. Best wishes to both Judy and Mary.

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ONIONS .

Collins p..TA Meeting Tonight

You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within twenty (20) days, exclusive of the KENDALL O. HALVORSEN · day of service, if served in .the Howard R~en will be gues ~e;>un ty, orwithin sixty .C60) da>';s speaker for O,nins P•TA thi~ Attorney atter the date of the first pubh. . 217 Garfield Street .cation of this. summons, to wit, c;hurs~ay). evening . at 8.~0 • Parkland within sixty (60) days after the o clock m the school gym. He w11! [n the Superior Court of the State ~6th day .of September, 1957, and show a film, "The Shy Child," of Washington in and fo1· the defend the above entitled action and there wil.l be group ,discus· County of Pierce. in the Superior Court aforesaid sion. · No. 133712 an~ a~swer the complaint of the •Teen-Age . SUMMONS plamt1ffs and serve a copy of· ·The Collins Teen:-Age club wili BY PUBLICATION _your answer upon the under. . ·. . o signed attorney for the plaintiffs, meet Satmday, Oct .. 19, at 8.0 JAMES W. CRATE, and at his office below stated· and in p. · m. Parents are urged to volHAZEL CRATE, husband and case of your failure so' to do;· untcer t.Q help as cha_perones; .. . wife, judgment will. be renderiid agairist don't wait to be ealled! This is a Plaintjffs, VS. you according to the. de.mands worthwhile social program for our ANDREW BABCOCK, deceased, ()f .the complaintc ~n this. ll,ction young people, but chaperones are and MAGGIE (COOPER) BAB- which has_ been filed with the necessary to keep it going. COCK, deceased, and the Un- clerk of this court." · t I t' · known Heirs at Law of the The object of this action is to Cong~a u a ions said Andrew Babcock, and Quiet Title in the Plaintiffs, and Congr.atulations .to Mr. and Maggie Cooper Babcock, de- for the Specific Performance of Mrs. George Garrison on the ceased; and ROBERT BABCOCK Sale of Real Estate in Pierce birth of a daughter Oct. 9; also to aµd Jane Doe Babcock, his County, Washington, described as Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B~gley on wife; SYLVESTOR BABCOCK' follows: the arrival of a son the same ar,td Jane Doe· Babcock, his West Half of Lot 24, and all day wife; and HESTER (MRS. ()f Lots 25 and 26, in Block 18, ' Halloween Vv'1LLIAM BOYER) BABCOCK, BROOKDALE, Pierce County, Circle your calendar for the and her husband WILLIAM State of Washington, aecordBOYER; MARY JANE (MRS. ing to Plat recorded .in Book. gala Halowcen Carnival Thurs· JOSH WILSON) WILSON, and 5, oJ Plats at Page 7,, Pieree day, Oct. 31, at the Collins school. Jointly sponsored by the her. husband Josh Wilson; if County, Washington, the .above named parties are against the claim of the defend- Collins P-TA and Tots club, it deceased, THE UNKNOWN ants _and any one of them. promises to be a gay affair. HEIRS AT L_AW of the above KENDALL O. HALVORSEN Reporter - Mrs. Harold Burgnamed· parties; MRS. FLOR·Att · f th Pl · ·t'ff eson, LE 7 - 7640. ENCE SHEELER, and John Doe . orney or , e ~m 1 s ------·-·-··Sheeler; and MRS. HERB Office and Post Office Address: KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN SHEELER, .and her husband, 217 Garfield Street Atto Jolu:i Doe Sheeler, if living, or P.O. Box 2456, Parkland Branch. ·~ · . rney~ the Unknow.n :Heirs a\Law of Tacoma 44, Washington, U.S,A. 21 • Gadteld :=;treet the abov!' named parties; a.'.'d Published in the Times-Journal P!!rkland JESUS TORRESa.nd Ja.ne Doe g, t 26· O t 3 1·0 17. 24 ·-3··1 · · · ·· · ·. · • . . · ··r.·.. . · . · . ·c_·"' .. ·. ·_-.f._ 1· · . " ep · • ' c " • • · ' ' · • In_ the Supe_ rior_ of· th_.e · ·· · . .··.Court · · • State T.,ortes, 1 • marr1=, 1. ivmg, "'\ l.957 of Washington, In.and For the (.fe;ceased, the:Unkn.own Heifs __.....:__________________ at Law of· the.· said ;Iesus. Tor• · PETERS, TRACY·· & WITT County of Pierce. In ProhlJ.te_; res, and Ja_ne Doe Torres, Attorneys . No• 63890 . his wife, · if deceased; THE 11024 Pacific Avenue NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tacoma 44, Washington . TO FILE CLAIMS . STATE. OF WA$H!NGTO,N: andall_o_.t_h_._er_person_s_ or parties rn· t·he .M.·t.t .· · · · h IntheSuperiorCourtoftheStatc · · · · · ·. a er o f th·e..· t·•t· a e o·r . -qnknown cl . a~Illlng ~ny rig .t, of Washington for the County . . · ·· title, estate, hen,. or 1nt(lrest m of Pierce. ELLIS HILLBERG, and the real . estate. described in No. 621102 SARAH JANE HILLBERG, the Complaint herein, NOTICE OF HEARING Deceased. . Defend{l.nts. FINAL REPORT AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, State of Washington to the PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTIO;N That Letters of Administration. on said Andrew Ba~ock, deceased, In The Matter of the Estate of the Estat<O of Ellis Hillberg, a?d and Maggie Cooper Babcock, de:!liARY S. STEELE Sarah Jane Hillberg Dec.eased, · He1rs · Deceased · .granted . . • . ceas ed . , an d th e Un k nown •. · · · vrnre to the undersigned, at Law of the said Andrew BabNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN . · cock' and Maggie Cooper Babcoclt, th~t Lois Smith, the admiriistrat- on the 1~'.h day o~ October, 1957, deceased• and Robert 'Babcock tnx of the estate of Mary S. by the said Supepor Court. and Jan~ Doe ]3abcock hi!; wife·-. Steele has filed in· the office of All persons .·having claims Sylvestor Babcock, and' Jane Do~ the Clerk of sai,d. Court he_r ~inal against said estate ar.e required Babcock, his wife; and Hester ~eport ai;d Petition for D1str1bu~ to serve them with the necessary (Mrs. Wi]liam Boyer) Babcock, t1".n, askmg ;the_ Court to settle ~ouchers upon me at my. 'office and her husband William Boyer· said report, distribute the proper- b 1 ta•~d 'th' . 0 th . Mary Jane (~l:r~. Josh Wilson) ty to the persons th.ereto entitled·: e ow s "" • Wl m s:x l!l n ,s the date of•.. the.first pubhW 1'J son, and _.h er_ l1usb an d J osh and Yto discharge said Lois Smith ' after • -· - .• · • · · 't" Wilson·> if .. :the above. named administratrix and that said re-. catwn of _this no.t1ce, to-wit, w1 apartieS: are Jiving, and if the port and petition will be hea~d, in six months after the 1".th day above named parties are de- on the 31st day of October, l9;:i7 of October, 1957, and file the ceased, the Unknown heirs at at 9:30 a.m., at the court room same with the clerk of this Court Law of the above named parties; of. the Probate D~part~ent .of together with . proof..of such serve' Mrs. _Florence Sheeler, and John said Court, at wh1?h time a~d ice, or they shall be forever barDoe Sheeler, _her husband; Mrs. pl~ce any persons mterested .m red.. .. . .· H_e. rb Sh_ ee.!er' ·and ·. her husband·· p a t..c o f r·ll's·t· p·ubl·ica ........t.10n, • Oc.tob · · · ' said b' estate· • • · hmay appear d · and file h· John Doe Sheeler if Jiving or o iectwns t ereto an . contest t c · · · • 19 the unknown hefr; {it law /the same. .. . . ·· •. ··.·.··. ·.. . . . .•·. 17, · .5 7 , ... : . .·: .. _· .

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t1.bove named parties; and Jesus 'r0 rres, and Jane ·.Doe Torres, if ma1Tied;: if}ivin!I, .and if dee.ea&. ed, the Unknclwn. .Heirs at Law ofthe said Jesus Torres, and Jane Doe Torres; his wi~e,if deceased; The .State ofWas)J.m!iton; an_d all other persons orpart;es unknown \llaimil).g aw right, title, estate lien; or interest: in the real estat6 .~escribedin the Complaint, herem, DEFENDANTS: .

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BTU RATING ......•....•......•••••• .70,000 •••••. 87,500 .••.•.. 82,500 ..••.. 77,000 ....... 60,000 ...... 70,000 ...... 50,000 .••••. 50,00G HEATING· CAPACITY IN ROD.MS ...... 5...... , ... Jt .......... 7........... 6........... 4... "... , ... Et,.,. ...... lt ....... , .. 3 POWER-AIR .HEAT 'fUBES ............. 3............ 5........... 3........... 3... , ....... 2.. '° •••••• «4.,., ....... 2........... 2 SUPERCHARGER MANIFOLD .......... 0........... 1. ...... , ... 1. .......... 1. .......... 0.. ·"· .... ,.0.; ......... 0...... ,. ... 0 BURNER ............................ .10"•.•• ' " .. 10"'........ .10" ......... 10".... ,. ... .10" ......... 8" ..........811 'HEIGHT .......... ·.... " ..... "'' 43!4 "......... 50* "....... 48!1"....... 44% ......... 42% "....... 41~ ..... '° .oi39% ..... "' .36" .WIDTH •••.. ,, •.••.••• ., ........... ·: ••. : .22!/z "....... 25!/z "....... 25!/z "•...... 25Yz "•...• , . 21 Ya" ••• ;, •. 27o/is"' ...... .16~ w...... .16!4' DEPTH-CABINET ONLY ............. 23)4."....... 20" ......... 20"......... 20" ......... 24)4 ~ ....... 21Ya" ..... ,. 22.Va" ..... : 22¥8"' DEPTH-OVERALL INCL , DOOR. HANDLE, ................... 34% "....... 34Ya~ •.•. ., .34Ysw •...... 31%" ..•.... 36% "' ....... 31%"....... 33:1'"' ....... 33llz"' FlOOR TO CENTER OF FLUE OPENING.35* 11,. • ., • •36Ys"....... 36Ys"....... 35~ "••••·... 31!/a"....... 31%"'....... 3'3%~•.,."" .33W" SIZE OF FLUE OUTLET ... ; .......... 6"..... ,.. ;.6" ........ ·•. 6'". ......... 6~ ••••••.••.. 6"........., ".6"'. ........ 6" ......... Ji"' FUEL TANK CAPACITY .............. 5 gals.... ; .. 5 gals" ••... 5 gals•..••.. 5 gals ....... 5 gars .......5 gals....... 3 gals....... 3 gals. PORCELAl.N FINISH ...... " .... "°'," Blond Maple Blond Maple Suntan or Blond Maple White witl'i leathertone . and Walnut ..Two-Tone .•. and Walnut .. Two Ton~ .... leathertone . & British Tan Black Trim SHIPPING WEIGHT, CRATED....•.... 255 lbs...... 410 lbs•••... 365 lbs•..... 295 lbs •••.•• 270 lbs., ••• ~260 lbs•.•..• 204 lbs...... 200 lbs:

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*These are minimum measurements with leg levelers in place-heater cannot be lowered but can be raised approximately Yz ".

Patented SIEGLERMATIC DRAFT feeds the exact amount of air into the burner to give you the hottest and most economical fire possible. SIEGLERMATIC DRAFT ends soot, smoke and chimney troubles and squeezes all the heat from every drop of oil. The new FUELAIRE CONTROL makes your new Siegler Home Heater automatic-· 100% safe!

When the blower goes on, warm air activates the FUELAIRE CONTROL. Your new Siegler goes from "Pilot" to the seleee ted setting giving you "Traveling Floor Heat" automa.tically~

give you the same patented performance and construction found in Siegler Oil Heaters!

Times journal v 13 no 6 oct 17, 1957  
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