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p.m. Oct. 29 - Collins Tots club board meeting. James Sales P-TA bo'axd LEnox 7-0223 meeting. Oct. 31 - Collins school carnival. Pierce County Council district meeting. The James Sales P-TA board meeting Oct. 29 will be held. at the home of Mrs. James Sales, 10925 South Park avenue. A vis, iting team from Pierce County Council will attend.

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layman's Day Layman's Day will be observed at the Parkland Methodist church on Sunday, Oct. 27 with laymen conducting the entire mornirig worship service. Travers Dryer will bring the message· on the subject "My Father's Business.'.'.. Participating 11\vith him in conducting · the service will be Clyde Southall and R. T. Westerman·.

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. Evergreen Baptist church announces a groundbreaking ceremo.ny Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in pr,eparation for. setting a newly acquired building on the church property at 9120 Waller Road. On Tuesday of this week the building, obtained ,as surplus from the Fort Lewis rese1;vation, was moved to Wall<:r road and will soon be put in shape fot church use. The Rev. Herbert Lawrentz, Evergreen Baptist pastor, will be assisted' Sunday afternoon by The Rev. Gordon Carlson of Seattle, secretary of the .Columbia Baptist Conference; t'i1e Rev. Bror. Lundgren, pastor of Central Baptist church in Tacoma which sponsors Evergreen; Julian Runbeck, first Sunday school superintendent at Evergreen; the Rev. William Foss of Tacoma and the Rev. Gilbert Anderson, pastor of the Jovita Baptist church. Officers and members of Evergreen Baptist extend a cordial invitation to the general public to share with them this very happy {'CCasion.

Preschool Plans A, Smorgasbord Friday, Oct. 25, 1is the date set for .the James Sales Preschool smorgasbord dinner. Serving will be from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Ham and salmon will be featured. 0th er dish es include spaghetti, scalloped potatoes, col.e-slaw, gelatin salads, relishes, ~omemade pies and .cake. · Members of the board and mothers of kindergarten or preschool children will serve. Miss Francis Scearce, and Mrs. Grace Fink, kindergarten teachers, . be in charge of a fancy work booth. · Mrs. J. R. Rogers, chairman, is assisted by her committee members: Mrs. Ervin Hagen, tickets; Mrs. John Medley, telephone; Mrs. George Stephenson, correspondence; Mrs. Robert Dia-

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COLLINS P-TA and the COLLINS TOTS CLUB have joined forces for a real Halloween carnival, to be held Thursday, October 31, at the Collins school The affair is planned to assure children and adults .alike a fun-packed evening. Spedru awards include a beau~ tilul three-foot doll, . a tricyrile and other attractive prizes. All children· are eligible in the various divisions, with registration at &:30 p.m. in the gym. Miss Rocket, .famous hydroplane, will be on display. There will be many fqti features and refreshments will be sole!. Pictured above;'Mrs. Marge Carden, Collins P-TA, and Mrs. Shirley Beam, Tots club, admire one of the posters designed to publicize the carnival. ·

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Chrysanthemum growers will hold their annual mum show H · H . ii . Friday, Saturday and Sunday, In carrying out a Fann-City Oct. 25, 26, 27 in the South Park program designed by the National Grange and coordinated by Community center. The theme of the. show, "Under Two Flags," is Kiwanis International, the Col- ln•nirP.-1 h'7 thco' rnrrPnt ui<it nf !ins Grange is presenting a spe-. ---·---- -· ---- --·---- .. _•. -· Queen Elizabeth. There will be cial program this. Thursday evenpotted' blooms, horticulture and · ing at 8:00. in the hall at Allison decorations. The public is invitand Burnett streets. ' ed. . Trav Dryer, 'of .the Parkland J{iwanls; will be the featured 1 speaker. This will be a program Today S o • which is. of great interest to both j i the farm and city folks since all· Have you heard about the I man that's in Asia spreadare so interdependent upon one 1 ing the Am'erican Flu ? 1 another. I I It is ari open meeting a.nd en- I I COLD FEET? tertainnient will be presented. I Refreshments will be served nf- I Womens fur lined 6" crepe wedge shoes, black or grey, '1 ter. the meeting. All friends and 5 to 10 ............ $8.95 : peighbors of _the Grange and Ki- : I wanis dubs. arc.invited ., 1 Mans $H.95 6" insulated I shoes .............. $12.95 . I • , 12" Rubber insulated I Church Family Night : Mens pacs ...... $12.95 & $13.95 I The Ladies Circle of Harvard I Mens 8" Leather insulated I pacs .... , ......... $16.95 : Covenant church will sponsor a II Falllily Night at t.he ch1,lrch, 84tll I :Soys JO" a.11 rubber, heavy duty pacs, 11 to 13 - 1 to 1 ind 'Portland .avenue, .in Friday, II 6 ................. ,$7.50 I Octc .25, at 7:30 .o'clock. Warm Bedroom Slippers for II Pupils of the Sunday school I the family. will present a program and the I I color film, "Teenagers", will be PAUL'S SHOES I shown. B~th parents and young I Spana way I people will be interested in this Closed ;:iun. & Holidays only I timely ·pictui·e as is. presents the I Open Fri. Nites Till 7 p.m. I need •of .the hour, the answer to ' Phone LE 7-6297 juveriile delinquency. Refreshments will be served. A 1.Jll.J'IIIL4".4'.J'.Ll'.IJ',J';;JJA'Iff.A'Al"..r;_,,p-;_,;..._I good will offering ,;,,ill be taken to add to the. fund for rugs for the church aisles. 11

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COME AND GET JT!-Explaining the quality of the product to be used in the "Sourdough" breakfast Sunday is Jack Foster while Mrs. Robert Christien proves .his Claims-light fluffy hotcakes on her griddle. Faith Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, .will serve the breakfast from 8:30 a.m. till Monday '-- Spanish rice, celery 1:00 p.m. in the Fern Hill Masonic hall, 84th and South Park avenue. • -Photo by McKewen sticks, peanut butter sandwiches, orange boats, milk. Tuesday - Mashed potatoes, Weyerhaeuser News Thrift Girls 4;.H A Halloween party will be held meat balls in gravy, carrot sticks, Busy corn bread, jelly, cookie, milk. in the Weyerhaeuser Community Hong Kong, B.C.C. (FJ::\TNC)The Thrift Happy Homemakers hall. All school children and those '\'Vedncsday - Chicken noodle Roy L. Duffey, machinist's mate soup, peanut butter sandwich, of pre-school age are invited. club is now organized for the first class, USN, husband of the orange juice, chocolate cake The affair is sponsored by the new 4-H year, with Meal' Preformer .Miss Patricia G. Munter paration the featured project. mothers. · square, 1nilk. Faith Chapter, O.E.S., will of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Robert Thursday - Hot dog, potato The first meeting was held Oct. Bridal Showe1· sponsor _a H~ourdough breakfast E. Duffey, fireman, USN, sons of chips, buttered peas, fruit, milk. A bridal shower was given 14 at the home of the leader, Friday Baked foh sticks, Monday evening at the home of Mrs. William Metzenerc Club of- Sunday, Oct. 27, from 8:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Duffeyof egg sa~ce, harvnrd ·heets, ·hrcnd Mrs: Joe. Fogel' honoring Miss ficers are: President, Bonnie to 1:00 p.m. in the Fern Hill 821 S. 117th St., Parkland, aboard and butter sandwich, graham Grace Gailagher. ·Many beautiful Martin; vice president, Judy Masonic hall, 84th and 'South the destroyer escort USS Walker, visited Hong Kong, Oct.. 2 ;vhcn cookies, milk. gifts were presented. Among the Milton; secretary, Janice Mil- Park ayenµe_. director many guests were Mrs. Peter Cox ton; treasurer, Sandra M\Her; By Mrs. S. W. Those in chai·ge of the arrange- the. U. S ..... Seventh Fleet vessel of and daughter. of New York, moth- club reporter, Eileen Metzener; '.Ilcnts guarantee that "All that halted anti-submarine Opf'rations er and sister of MissGallagher's club historian, Dixie Brimhall; you wish to eat of the delicious for a rest and recreational stop recreation. chairnien, Sandra MH.r. c;ak~~ will he. served you for the for her. crew, fiance. tin and .Barbara Fairbanks; p1'oc mil,,ho.g." .................. ·.,. >.•·· . ·.. ·.··.·. The Walker, a Pearl Harbor 1'1fr, and, Mr.s Jee ·McGarr, J 514 gram ch8.ii~m..::n-'/ _Junrilta .. FS.ir- · 1'1~n~'· beautiful prizes will be based destroyer, left 1Ia;vau ill South· 84th,. a·re proud' grandpar~ Geo~· banks and Betty Brimhall. . awarded at the affair, one par~ August with la1·ge lds of flowers cnts of twin girls, Debbie Rae ticularly lovely one being a 23 _ draped over her b?W >;md s,tern New members recently added and Darla Renee, Lorn Oct. G to Funeral Saturday to the club 111·10 Batty Brimhall, inch blonde doll with handmade as she headed toward Far· Eastc!i"n Funeral services will be held Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGarr of Dixie Brip1hall, Barbara Fair- wardrobe to match her beauty, \vatcrs. Lacey. The newcomers are wel- in the Trinity Lutheran church Besides Hong Kong, the Walker banks and Sandra Mille~. thanks to Mrs. Fred Wetzel arid comed by a sister and brother, Sat.urday ,.;fternoon for George has visited Kobe and Yokosuka, her committee. P. Knutson, who passed away Jana and Joey. Japan, thus fa1· during her fivePeople with Christmas glft month tom of duty. To W. E. Doyle, 975 East 121st Oct. 20 in Anaheim, Calif. problems cnn ,solve them all very street, the new babies bring the A resident. of Parkland for 37 quickly with a stop at the fancy number of his great-grnndchild- years pl"ior to moving to Caliwork. booth. where many cbm·m- Graham Guild Tc rcn to nine. fornia two years ago, Mr. Knudting articles will be 011 sale. In Hold Smorgasbord son '\Vas 62 'years cf age nnd a charge will be Mrs. Walin, asnative of Bode, Iowa. vVhile in The Gloria Motycka Guild of , Appreciation sisted by Mrs. Claire Conoway, Parkland he worked as a barber Mrs. Willis Allchin and Mrs. Graham is sponsoring a smorgasYour cards, flo,~ers ai:id visits in the Pat'ldand Barber Shop, bord on Sunday, Nov. 3, in the during my slay in Doctors hosAn interesting and informative Raymond Mayberry. Graham Grange halL Serving will also at Parkland Light & Water pital were very much appreciprogram has been planned for the On hand to greet the break- be from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. and Co. ated and I thank everyone sin, Surviving relat.ives include his annual fall conference of District fast guests will be Fred Wetzel, the menu features turkey, hain cerely; also the hospital personi1el wife, Nettie; a daughter in Cali- No. 12, Pierce County Council of the ways and means commit- and baked salmon, with many and staff. I am now at home and · fornia,~ four sons, Gene and Ralph P-TA, at Parkland Trinity Luth- tee, assisted by Emerson Tarp- other delicious dishes. convalescing from the . accident of California and George Jr. and eran church Thursday, Oct. 31, enning, Travers Dryer and Mrs. Alfred Jackson, general suffered in September. Delmar of Parkland; four grand- registration to begin at 9:45 a. Robert Ch.risten. In the kitchen chairman, has Mrs. Charles Wil~ Mrs. Chet Thomson children, two brothers and two m. with call to order at 10:00 a. assisting Jacl!; Foster will be. Mr. bur as her co-chairman. The pubm. and Mrs. Wesley McKewen, Neil lic is cordially ..invited. sisters in Iowa. , M~s. Travers Dryer, president Thomas and Jerry Dryer. will preside. Presentation of Assisting Mrs. Robert. ChristColors will be by J.liembers of en as hostesses for the affair The Roy' P-TA is holding a Boy Scout Troop No. 133. Mrs. will bo Mrs. Robert Clinton and spaghetti dinner in the Roy grade Charles Hinton, Character and Mrs. Florence Dryer. Mrs. Ruth .school cafeteria today (Thurs- Spiritual Education chairman, Abelson and Robert Christen are Farmers Mutui.1 Ins. Co. d,..y) from .5:30-to 8:30 p.m. Dona- will give the invocation. Greet- co-choirrncn for the breakfast. Auto - Fire - Liability We are very pleased .to tell the tions are nominal. Mrs. Mark ings will be e,_ctended by .Mrs. Officers of Faith Chapter in- community that we at"e privileged J. J. GUNNS Agency Jones, general chah·man, invites Arthur Skellon, state president elude the following: Worthy to have our club and community and BARBER SHOP the public to attend. Spanaway of the Washington. Congress, and .patron, Ti·avers Drym:; worthy announcements broadcast over Paul Larson, principal of the. matron, Ivll-s. Robert Christen; S.t~tion KAYE, 1.450 on your radio Parkland school. Mr. and Mrs. associate worthy patron, Neil dial. Church Hal Thomson wiJJ render a vocal ·Thomas; associate worthy mat-1-H Rev. Herbert Lawrentz, Pa:>tor duet, "I Waited for the Lord." ron, Mrs; Robert T. Clinton. Backwoods 1-H club met at nccompanie<l by Mrs. ' Erling WALLER ROAD HALL the home of Ec1'1:ard Kershner Thompson. with Dennis Austin pl"esiding. 64th & Wall er Road Boosters Special guests invi.ted to atMichael Kershner gave a talk on SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . • . . • • . 9:45 A.M. tend the meeting are: Mrs. Ruth· The Band Booster club of the club's accomplishments in MORNING WORSIDP ........ ll:OOA.M. Bethel, Pict'ce County Superin- Franklin. Pierce high school will the past year: Two new members, We preach Christ Crucified ... The Power tendent. of Schools; Mrs. Marg- meet with <Mr. Christepherson, Michael and John Latterell, were of God and the WisdQm of God! aret. Kenrick, Assistant Superin- band director, in the band room introduced. They were shown tendent of Schools; Mrs. Edwin Monday evening, Oct. 28, at 8:00. how to keep a record book and Thompson, General Secretary for Mrs. Rufus Harvey will preside. the new teco"rd books for ,the the W.C.P,T.; her assistant Mrs. Projects for the con1i11g year· and coming-· year 'vcrc passed out" by Edward Paine; M1·s, Elwell Hoyt, ways and means, will be discus- Mr., Kershner. foundet· of the first. Preschool sed. Pa.rents of band students are Reporter -- M1·s. John Folk, P-T/dn the State of Washington; urged to attend. LE 7-5801. and Mrs. Robert Myers, }Jresident of District No. 11, Tacoma Council P-TA. Warm Floor Heat · See at There will be a roll can of all MARV TOMMERVIK'S units followed by a symposium, "\Vhy P-TA ?" Mrs. Arthur Skelton will act as moderator. Luncheon will he served at.12 LEnox 7.. 02r;n l20ih & Paci!lc Avenue noon. with the Parkland ..Elem.en· tar:v P-TA, Mr:;. Augusta Stern, prd:ident, and Parkla.nd Preschool, Mrs. ·Ralph Riley, president as host. The keynote address, "CourNow With a 100 ageous Lcadcl'::;hip", will be giv<"n Car Free Parkin;; by Mrs. Arthur Sl;cl\011 durhig Compa:re and ycu'll sec that the· garments we Lot righ~ next the afternoon session, foUov..rcd dean look twice as "new" by a question period with audidoor. ence participation.

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Tires - Batteries See Us First" 14c7 lx4 :t&G subfloors Puyallup TH 5_-2038. 3ctf We Buy Junk Cars Ph: GR 4-6193 ti;uss<es 2x6s on 24" WILLOWS Trailer Park;: large Also .Custom Welding SEWING, alternations, mending, BLENDED TOP SOIL;. peat; barnBest Project Houses Being. Sold _ modern spaces, with carports & ironing; reasonable; quick servby ·Joe's Welding yard compost; sand; free esti- AERIFYING & FERTILIZING; Housing Sales Office storage rooms; reasonable rates; ice; LE 7-5636. 14ctf 1 Mile_ East RoY Yon Mt. Hy. 3ctf give your lawn a treat; JU 8- 4409 E. Grandview. (Go out lllates, JU 8-2111. convenient shopping; Propane Spanaway LE 17-6534 - · 2111.· 3ctf Portland Ave. to 44th, left gas availsble; school bus at SPECIAL ORDERS CAY..ESBRICK WORK - House levelto Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. door; 1 mile south of Puyallup • Miscellaneou$t Moving ·BRONZED BABY SHOES :---' Tiny ing and foundations, :retaining Phone LE 7-3330, Patty 0 Ann Rough or Finished ph. GR 4-0111. Hours 9; to 6. _ on Airport road; Phone Puyallup Bakery. 15ct! BULLDOZING - DITCHING , Tots Metalizing Co., P. 0. Box walls, sidewalk and patios, fire~ 9ctr TH 5-4200. lOctf FOR SALE S~gler heaters • 323, Spanaway; LE 7-7922. 3ctf place and stone work. LE 7GRAVEL - Il'OP SOIL - SEPTIC at Parkland Fuel'Oil Service; RUBBER STAMPS made to order; Direct from Sawmill 4291. 3ctf TANI{S - DRAIN FIELDS BOARD & ROOM For em- LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. Blauvelt Printing Co., 8614 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Sa~ ployed lady. LE 7-3008. 10c7 15ctf Portland Avenue, LE 7-5853. SPECIALS Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 ~avis Road, Graham, Wash. 15c7 5 ACRES, $2.750. $250 down. VI 7-2229 Slabs FURNISHED - Upper apartment, PARKLAND FURNITURE -New 160 ACRES with trees, $42 per one or two bedrooms; 401 South RCA e JETS "EXCEPTIONAL and used miscellaneous; Airport acre. Close in. GRAVEL. - All sizes; top soil; ZENITH 11Gth. '10p7 GI SUBMERSIBLES & Pacific Ave. Residence phone 40 ACRE farm. 4-bedroom home. OPPORTUNITY" leveling; weekend deliveries; SERVICE ON ALL MAKES e CENTRIFUGALS MAGNOVOX LE 7-3748. 15ctf LE 7-7291. 3ctf , Good poultry or beef property. For reliable person, man or <Ill TuRBINES. 303 Ea. 12!!rd LE 7-7898 24 LOTS. Parkland area. $5,250 NEW 4-room apartment with LAKEWOOD-TV lady, with vision and ability bath, for rent; and 2-room FOR SALE - Good clover and on terms. & APPLIANCE to act immediately for a lifefurnished apartment. Parkland GEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, timothy hay; also oat and time of assured income. To Homes l:n Parkland CommunSales - Service Center Bldg. Manager, LE 1Heating. _New work, remodel· clover hay; LE 7-5341. -15c7 ELECT.RIC service route of cigarette maTacoma ities; Acreage close in, either 0446. TERMS - TRADES 10c7 ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. chines established locally for CONTRACTORS with or without buildings. JU 8-8877 ;3ctf Co~ operator. $900 to $1800 cash Residential & ·Commercial G&M SWAP 'N SHOP Pioneers of Lakewood investment required, THE REBert: Brown Realty Heating Specialists 14619 PACIFIC A VENUE ESTIMATES. FOR TURN OF WHICH IS GUARWood circulator, excellent conTACOMA UPHOLSTERY Terms Trades. LE 7-7064 LE 7-4792 11220 Pacific Ave. FOR GOOD USED CARS, <:all Special on reupholstering davANTEED IN WRITING BY US, dition, $17.95; rollaway 40" E,LECTR.ICAL Office.,..-Days: LE 7-8695 Anderson Chevrori, Spanaway, enport, chair, as low as $129. for you to earn up to $260 per bed, $15; apt. size ranges, ;sTAK·'S SUPER SOIL SERV_ HOUSE MOVING Leveling, Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-8315 L. 7-6465. 12ctf Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; month part time. You can net $29.95 up; guaranteed refrig• ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat foundations; cement worfl._, 1 up to $28,000 annually on a erators, $40 up; 6-year crib, '' fertilizer; GR 4-230_5 or ·LE 7free estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf FOR SAL_E - '49 Ford; excellent Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7LAKE. FRONTAGE full time basis. We are an es$15; crib mattress, $6.50; oil Home Wiring - Remodeling 8259. 3ctf 0327. 15ctf HERE IT IS.-First time offered. condition, many extras; LE 7tablished reputable concern circulators, $20 up. Beds, Dryers ~ Electric Heat 12p7 Everyone will want this place, 6106.. with the finest and oldest mattresses, tables, ect. ACE so hurry! Ideal spot on S.W. name brand equipment. 1£ you Emergency Service side of Spanaway Lake, with have the cash and are sincereG&M FIX-IT SHOP WANTED Woman to take cozy 2 ,bedroom home, finished ly interested please write givCall in knotty pine, large picture care of thr<:e. children, two of Septic Tanks Cleaned ing your phone number and Open Nites and Sundays Chevrof et Salesman school ag<;>, in my home five days window, concrete bulkhead, new brief background for a local ELECTRIC O. B. ACKLEY a week; call LE 7-0664 after 6 boat house and dock. Owner 4801 So. Yakima GR 2•2022 interview at your convenience. 30 Day Free Trial LE 7-7882 p.m: 5c7 _needs the cash. A .steal at . L & M DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 20 Year Guarantee FOR SALE - 3 female Chihua$11,000.00. UC--'-Bob Anderson, 6513 Cedar Ave. So. - Minnec Goodyear Air _Foam hua puppies, 6 weeks old; $25 LE 7-3894 or LE 7-8609. apolis 23, Minnesata. roc1rn or rpots. Crushed Rock WE BUILD HOMES _'--- Remodel WILL GIVE free trailer space Famous Red-Line Foundation each; VI 7-7428. · 15c7 Jennie L. Grodvig Drain _Gravel, Fill Dirt and level bpildings; cabinet ,work: r?nt_al in exchange fo~ baby_ sit- Parkway Furnitimre FOR SALE - Large oil heater, FOR SALE - Electric heaters, Screened Road _ Gravel that conrxete work Reasonable· fang, some compensat10n; LE 7packs. Hilltop' Gravel Co., 23rd LE 7-3550. ' · 3ctf 5901 after 5:00, 5c7 14lst & Pac. Ave. LE 7-3941 $20; play pen, $10; baby buggy, rockers, bod pillows, dropleal Insurance of All Kinds $8. LE 7-4871 after 5 p.m. 15c7 table, chairs; make offer; LE 7Open Till 9:00. p.m. Aye. S.E., I'_uyalli,ip, TH _5-2198._ ----. s;::tf<:'\;~i\,l;Q)YlJ'l'G, discing, :r9tovatjn.g 15c7 Notary Pub~ic . A-1 divan and chair $119.00; 8018. ,< ,~ _ -':,~,~S:~~d lawn work. ,p, . R,; Beel,er, · -.· . ·~• ~t. m .Parkland Smee :l.94J BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices 0 Beauty Rest mattress, % price BABYci':I'J'TENS•PREE ....:..:'Som-e before ordering your winter oil $39.75; 252 coil mattress and pureiwhite. llfrs. Bob Carson at Ace D11rt Movmg Co~·~ 7-4940. sctr USED CAMERAS a_nd p~bt{l~~);.,iit?l LE ?-8609 Office • supply. LAPENSKI FUEL. 9920 box spring $39.75; HURRY ON _Thrift Corner, Orting TW 3-3791 equipment for resale. QUALITY ':102 Garfield St., Parklimd SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED Bulldozing - Ditching Pacific Ave. LE 7 -8173. 15ctf THESE! Don Flowers PARKWAY FURNI15p7 Contents hauled away. . Don PHO'l'Q f:;ER'l,TI(JE, 1,,E 7-7271, "Deal with the people who give TOP SOIL - GRAVEL 9818 "Pacific ·Ave~8ctf you their_ personal attention." TURE, 14103 Pacific Avenue, -"'--'-"-''-'--'--'·-----~'---­ 8_232 So, Fawcett, GR Redford, SEPTIC .TANKS and 1950 CHEVROLET deluxe 2LEA VE FILM aJt Quality Photo LE 7-3941. Open till 9:00. 15c7 2•7334. If no answer call GR DRAIN. FIELDS door se!lan; au~omatic transService for developing. In a1 $300.00 D!;lWN FHA 2-s222. 3etr • mission, radio/ heater; onePhone TH 5~2452 10, out at 5 9818 Pa:cific Ave NEAR 6th & Sprague. 3 bedrooms O\'/-ner car, locally owned, FAST PHOTO SERVICE ~- In'. living room,. separate dining •••• • r ••••••••• , ••••.• • $495 GOOD.CHILD_CAREin my home, at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY 0 II'!! roim, 4-pc. bath, good kitchen, Parkland ·area. Licensed. LE 7- PH0TO SERVICE, 9818 Pa- ome or: rrarm Bureau built-ins, wii·ed 220, concrete 1952 PONTIAC Catalina hard3688. ctf cific Ave., LE 7-7271. top coupe; auto. tl'ansmission, 3ctf Call LE -7-3501 oi· LE 1-1204 foundation, · 3 lots. Electric radio, heater •.... : •... $695 range included. ,will show any.FOR SALE - 5 room Duo Therm Eastern Washington Alfalfa or Timothy. Good Mixe~ ·Clover New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks $300 DOWN time. Call Ralph Decker, GR 4oil circulator -with 220 gaL oil and Grass, hy the bale or by the ton. Used Cars & ~r~cks 9579. $4950 including range, refrig. & t?-11.k, $50; _LE 1-0332. 15p7 EQUITY ONLY Satisf~ction Guaranteed heater. New roof, siding and Come to Nice Oat Straw . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . . . . . 60c per bale STO_RM SASH made to order; foundation, plumbed for washer SPACIOUS 4 bedroom home, two Free Tube Testing Mt. Hiway Cabinet Shop; VI 7wired for dryer. 1 block from and bath down, 2 up, hardwood GR 2-7628 7638. ·· ' 3cff Spanaway Lake. A very good floors, fireplace, separate dining Chevrolet 6314 McKinley Avenue little 2 bedroom home. Immed- room and utilities .. -Everything For The Best Deal DON'T encourage dishonesty: you could a_sk for. Only $8000. iate possession. Better hurry on G 1RAIN SPECIAL Opposite Postoffice Jocks keyed, combinations POWER MOWERS sha'rpened this one. Ideal South Tacoma location, 1h Distributing Co. ~ PUYALLUP, WASH. changed; Parkland Cycle & and serviced; pick-up and de· block from 'bus. $1000.00 will Your Fuel Oil & Appliance $55_0 DOWN BR 2-0734 Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7- livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 handle. First come, first served. Dealer Recleaned Oats ..........•.. 80-Lbs. $2.40 100-Lbs. $3.00 Tacoma Aye., MA 7-3431. 3ctf TH 5"1766 TH 5-1332 5772. 3ctf BALANCE on contract for this Shown by Mr. Nelson, GR .4140th & Pacific LE 7-8624 i 7-0104. Rolled Oats ..............·. . . . . . . • • • . . . . . . • 60-Lbs. $1.80 KITCHEN CABTh'ETS.. corner attractive 7 year old 2 bedroom 9579 or LE$3500.00 '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; shelve.<;, book case:;;; b!irch, fir home in Parkland. Full price wholesale prices. SMALLEY £RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAMGround Oats .....•......,. ..........•..•.. 100-Lbs•. ,,$3'.10 CASH TALKS. Fmmished, elecor knotty pine; built to your only $75504 tric range, refrigerator, etc. bne MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., MOND ORCMN STUDIO, 9995 ~-CLEANING specifications; get the best for Rolled Barley .................. _. .. • • • . . . . . . 90-Lbs. $3.10 10 ACRES - CLEARED bedroom cutie, % block to bus LE 7 -4060 anytime, evenings, Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resiI . · less-my prices are the lowest Sundays. 12ctf dence, LE 7-4051. ON Main Hiway between M;cand stores. 2 lots. Good district. 15ctf. Ground Barley ............................ 100-Lbs. $3.10 HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, LE 7-5514. 3ctf Kenna & Yelm, Good 2 bedroom - Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-95'(9; C. Hutson home, barn, chicken house, fruit Beef Pellets .......•.....••.• '. . • • • • . . . . . . • per ton $35.00 13--Farm GR 4~8980 · .GR 2-7038 SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny .house. Lots of fruit trees. This Hall 1012 South 110th, Lenox -price is ridiculous;- only $4950, 6811 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, AUTO GLASS, Seat covets; up- 1-0S56. Nursing Heme 3ctf , with $1700 down. If you want a Real Estate by the bale, t-0n or truck load; ho!Stery & convertible tops in-. """""ll real bargain, take a look at this. Member of Tacoma J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. Board 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395 stalled. Open 9:00. a.m. tb 1:00 Ill Complete Line of ALBERS Dairy, Chicken, I CALL Duane Cheetham for de- Member Multiple Listing Seryice 13ctf p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS LICENSED NURSES ON tails, LE 7 -3501 days or LE 1Rabbit, Horse and Hog "Feed. _& UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. DUTY 24-HOURS A_ DAY 1204 eves. FOR SALE-Oat ni+d clover hay, Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. !:3ctf ! per ton. Call evenings, LE TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be_COMPLETE Home Farm Bureau CLEAN, private room. 414 East $25'7-5972. 13ctf ginning and advanced. Call Jim 1!1 BEAUTY· SERVICE IIll 1260<>• p ac11c Nylander, LE 7-0574,15ctf LE 7-3501 133rd St., Parltlan<i. LE 7-6009. II Will take livestock in trade. Terms on approval' credit. Free Estimates JI! 82371/2 Park Ave. GR 4-3177 11 · lOctf BREED_ ;YOUR COW -ARTIFICGuaranteed Satisfaction IALLY to sires proved great. BIG 2-leaf table, 6 foam rubber, ~~mmmm••••m••••••••••~ 12 mi. So. of Tacoma - 2nd house past Roy "Y" on Mt. Hiway' Emergency Service Unfurnished 2- Washington Prove_d Sire Service. handle back chairs, $98.80. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - .Re· FOR SALE - 16 lots, with unfin- :FOR RENT George Lytle, technician, phone PARKWAY FURNI'.ruRE, 14103 place and repair work. 3 years ished 3-room house~ $2900; no bedroom house, newly redecorOpen 7 Days a Week • • • • • • Delivery Arranged PEARL to pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. payment down; call VI 7-7439. - ated; near McChord; '%. ·acre; Yelm 3931, or Graham VI '7- Pacific Ave., LE 7-3941. Open LE 7-3563 13ctf till 9:00. · 15c7 9p6 $58; GR 2-2168. 10c7 7417 before 9:00 a:m. 3ct!

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new 4-H clubs .. Why not get your ·coinmunity-stafteu ori' ;i Club 'Ori two so that your boy,s .and girls In the late spring, when· the can benefit from this 'progI-am: · ' ··sun's rays and the Chinook By Ernest HQpp .winds have melted the deep 4-H 'oi:ganiz(l.tion time is here .. snows in· the high Olympics, and Several new clubs are being th@ young tree: tops and heather formed. Mrs. Clyde •. Reed from ·peep through th.eir ~hite cover T~RE'S nothing like a shiny the Woodland area near Puyal- to <mjoy the life-giving warmth, new. garbage setting out lup has< suqcessfully led a club the treetwist makes its annual • 8IIlongst .brown'. and . __________ ,,____________________. the past thr~~ 'years. She is ve;-y appearance. Though not as large weeds, to the brighten up grass ·the pface. ambitious. Now she ·will lead two as an eagle, it is often mistaken We have a special on them for" By Florence Allen clubs. Last Tuesday a prelimin- for. one. This queer bird, by ~ome : $4;~8, Midland. H'ardware, 8502 New 4~H .Ch1bs are getting a ary meeting with prospective quirk .of Na.tur~, u:es no J~dg­ Pqrtland Ave. LE 11-5262. 15c7 ment. m .satisfymg its varac1ous ~ a good start in Pierce County by members was held at.Mrs. Reed's appE\ttte. It feeds upon the buds •HA .R 'O L D 'S organizing now, Mrs. Vincent home. This new group ·wm conSHOE SERVICE · Dei~, of 3308 Eastn2.th1 has ~r- sist iJf Juriior members. They will of heather, trailing juniper and . , . ·. · · . . . , · . gantzed a new group m "Sewmg call themselves "The Peanut mountain hemlo.ck and is found only in the highest altitudes. · •. R~Pair'.s · · 411 :M.e.n's .an.d Is Easy and Fun". Mrs. Ben Group.i' Children's Shoe Dept. B · ·. d f s · · h~s It will just gorge itself upon · 'SUMMIT . romgar o terl~coom ?1ty Mr. and Mrs. Willi)'lm Mildon a new group that is meetmg reg- from the Fairview road vicinity heather buds causing a peculiar ._...,.__..,.,__..,...,.....,_.,..,,s ·ularly. Mrs. J. ·Harry Holm of will come from the former River- intoxication in which the bird 10902 East Bingham Road, and side Club led by Robert Braden. flounders ridicuously in the snow. REPOSSE:;lSED · Mrs. Martin Korsmo have taken Forest Kibbe of Riverside will Seeking to steady itself;. which CHROME SPECIAµ over a se'cond year, clothing projit partially succeeds in doing by FOR SALE .._ 12 Laying pullets- ect group that wa~ led last' year lead a new- club in that district grasping securely in its beak the also. '\Yhite, .. value $25, now $15; 5 top of any tree projecting thru Pitre. Silkie"'lfons,. $5; Cocker.els )~y Mr5. Carl Krummel and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams .to match - free. VI 7~7439.15!'>7 Roy Wright. Mrs. Rqbert Ohlund have organized a new club in the the ·snow, it goes through many on the Muck-Kapowsin Road Waller Road vicinity. Their mem- weird gyrations. Afte; , dizzily XMAS SPECIAL - Photos 8x10 near. Thrift will have a group of bers are interested in rabbits and hanging on .to the young tree top, the bird attempts to use its $15.00 do.z;; 5x7 . $10.00 doz.; girls in "Leti Cook" project. Mrs. chickens. . . wings, but strangely and ineffectphoto Xmas -cards $1.75, $4.50 Charles Lorens of McDonald Road ~o you see'. 4-H wo~k is m full ually as the effects of the over:doz.. Evening and· Saturday ap- will have a. group of boy's· and paintments .. 841.1 So. Park Ave. girls in' the "Let's Cook" project swmg. Now 1s the time to get indulgence in 'heather buds Fainily Port~t.Studio. 15ctf Mrs. Cal Watts of 1220 18th St. started -with new .clubs. It's ap. •creates a paral~sis that e.ffects N.W. of Puyallup will have a new excellent opportunity. for adults first the right or !~ft wing; and group of "Sewing is Easy and ~o help their commuruty by serv- though naturally atteinpt)ng to :ng,as volunteerleaders and help- aright itself, in its.struggles only ~Al;IY SHOP Fun." Everytltlng For Baby Now is the time to organize mg youngsters develop. If you one wing fun'ctions and it swirls are interested call the County wildly about in a crazy circular -InciiJding " Jnvcnll~·· Fnrni.turc Agents' office. motion, elinging desperately to 9618 Pac.. AW. . LE 7 ·---the young tree top. ZONING OF PROPERTY The' spasm eventually. ,wears LOST JOB an.a,' qan;t pay· $29. due IN. THE SPANAWAY AREA off, the bird loosens its hold and · on ELECTROLUX; take over $5 NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN flops· to the snow . . . ' . ';]:noritbly pariilents and it's that .a' public hearing will be held Repeating the perfo;mance, : ygurs; free home demonstration. in the office of the County Com. • when hunger calls, the bird con'Qpen till. 9:00 .. p.m. UPTO~ missioners of Pierce County, Guest speake~ for the11:00 a. tinues on in this pm;suit ·of what ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St. Washington, in the Court House fU 3-2551. 15c7 at Tacoma, Washington, on Tues- m. Sunday service at the Clover should be forbidden fruit. day, the 29th day of Oc:ober, Creek Baptist cJ;urch will be Rev. n appears that thls oscillating 1957 !'t the hour of ten o clock Henry P. Gronmg, B.D., a. form- experience has no permanent ina.m. m the matter of the pro- er Roman Catholic priest. Rev. · ,· ff t •t b t posed zoning of ·property in the . . . . . 3u11ous e ec upon 1 , u . woe ' 1 'f' . Gronmg, .after 12 years of tram. betide the tree upon wh. ose to .. P it d S panaway area un er c ass1 !Ca- · . • . d · .. . tion of SR-10 Suburban Resi- m~ m mmo: a:1 maior. semm- has fastened! It is permanently· dential (petition of R. E. Boness); anes, sang his first mass m 1937.. and forever distorted, and though said proposed use district being After 16 years as a professor and it may live to a ripe old age, it more particularly described as parish priest, he withdrew from has the appearance of a corkfollows, to-wit: the Roman Catholic church and . screw and the uninitiated going The S~l.4 Sec. 22, SW%, Sec. was ordained into the Protestant through the Olympic forests and of kinds 23, E ',;, Sec. 27. and also the · · t H 'll b lli f h' ·· · · ·. · ry. e W1 e te ng o lS alpme meadows when seemg one W 1' 12 S ec. 26 ' T wp. 19 N ' R 3E mmrs · · · · d t· f h · · ' ' · wrl' 1 lying Wly of centerline of expert~nces · m an ou o t e of the treetw1ster's victims, Waller .Rd. and said line ex- Catholic Church and why he left. invariable express a question at tended Sly to Sly line of said Mrs. Groning, who is a former the cause of its twisted appearsection. 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Bethel Meets Fife Trojans f riday In West Central Action With undisputed possession of first place safely tucked away for the present, the Bethel Braves ente:-tain the Fife Trojans Friday night at 8 p.m. at Dethel. 'l'he West Central League affair' pits Jthe first place team with the cellar dwellers of the league. But the Braves mcluding Coach Ed Ni.eh! arc not taking the game lightly since the Trojans won their fo"si g-ame of the season last week while the Braves ·were handing Eatonville its first loss 20-0 in the battle for league leadership. The Trojans, coached by Carl Bud Hatley, were blasting White River 22-6 a i Fife. The Trojans are led by flashy halfbacks John Zampardo >md Tim McGraw who were patricularly impressive in the White River fray. Hatley, former Pa-

cific Lutheran football star, pre'dicted two months ago that his team would get tougher as the season progressed. His observation has started to prove accurate. The 20-0 shutout of Eatonville 'gave the Brav~s the inside track for the championship since the Cntiscrs arc the only serwus contenders nt the· moment. The Brnves continued their prodigious play on defense ns they maintained their record of not Being scored upon to date in conference play. With the entire line being praised for their defensive work, Coach Niehl is devoting most· of his time this week to perk up the offense to stagL> off possible upset losses in the remaining four games. Halfback Gary Gregg continued to amaze West Central league fans with his ball carrying ,,bility against Eatonville. The Bethel junior carried 11 times fo1· 194 yards and scored two touchdowns and added one conversion. Gregg scored on a 90-yard p1ay from scrimmage in the second quarter which brought the large crowd to its feet as well as hi~Hng: paydirl on a 13-yard romp.

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with Ron Frank Perhaps the most impoi-tant result of the '57 ·football season will be the conclusion of most of the coaches to install new offenses for next fall's·campaign. Scores of games, eye-witness accounts and the beliefs of several coaches point to the fact that the hey-day of the Split-T formation is over. The defenses have successfully come up with tactics that discourage the use of the T variation and particularly the quarterback-option play. Most signal call<;lrs are finding out that the play will not always work as it did before. Through the years of football, the offense has constantly changed about every eight years completely and it seems that the Split-T will be·junked by a majority of teams after thL~ foll. With the defenses catching, up, its almost perilous for a qb to hand the ball off .right at the scrimmage line. The few outstanding quarterbacks are the only ones who can successfully run the attack. With an inferior team its almost murder to run the present formation which is popular with coaches at the 'high school and college level. What will be the answer? Can the offense-minded people come i.ip with a new system? The answer, of course, is yes. And the answer seems to lie. .in the patterns of the pros which can be seen every Sunday on television. The use of flankers,

unbalanced lines, split ends and other clever devices will he used with the Sp\it-T more than ever before. But the coaches will probably even go further, Inst.ead · of using the present formations with these added devices, the coaches in the gr.Oat majority will use what is called a multiple offense. The mutliple offense simply means the use of past and present formations which have been popular at one time or another. Thos Split-T, straight T, single-wing, short punt, Notre Dame. box and possibly other formations will be used. throughout a game to confuse the defense. Michigan State is one national power which is using this system now composed of several types of offense.' Western Washington College <;an be seen in Evergreen Conference action using the multipleoffense.. Western has been th" most. improved team in the league this fall and the multipleoffense is one reason for its improvement. Quickies - Coach Ed Sfricherz's Franklin Pierce Little Cardinal team which tied Clov.er Park's frosh 7-7 last Thursday, takes on Auburn in a non-con· ference · game today . . . B1"UCe Alexander, former Franklin ·Pierce star, .continues to improve in daily drills. with the Lutes • , Washington showed Stanford Saturday that they could possibly upset somebody's apple cart before the season. ·is over . . . . . LutherCarr, UW. halfback, pbyed an almost perfect game while he W1'S in the lineup . . . OPS faces Central Sat.urday and the Loggers'. changes for a repeat as champions largely hinges on the outcome of that game.

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Bli;THEL - EATONVILLE CAPTAINS - Posing with referee Chuck Gilmer are the Bethel - Eatonviile captains before Friday night's game. Fr.om left to right are: Eat.onville's John Ratko, Gordon Adrian, referee Gilmer and Bethel captains David Leigh ~and Carl Schriver. -Photo by l,\1cKe,wep. ··

f.p Card Footballers ldlei Win First PSL Game 19--0 · ''F'inally winning their first Pi.\get Sound Conference game ·of the season, the Fr.anklin Pierce Cardinals are idle this week but are workh1g for next Friday's date with the Kent - Meridian Royals. Game tinie for the Nov. 4 game 'will be 8 p.m. at Kent. Coach Eldon Kyllo's forces are still. hopeful 'of a higher strata finish in the league's final standings. By virtue of their 19-0 win over Sumner's scrappy Sparlan's last Friday, the Cards vaulted to sixth place in the standings. The Cards .trail the Puyallup Vikings by a scant one-half game. Renton went dov;n to a surprising. Clover Park eleven p3-13 :last Friday as the Lakewood.eleven continued to keep pace with the Highlfue Pirates in the league race. The Pirates led by quarterback Tom Gibbs drubbed the K<mt-Meridian Royals 18c7 at Kent. which was a surprise to most observers. Tackle . Gery Gehrmann continued to be the sparkplug of the Cardinal cause as he led the <iefensive charge against the onrush of several Bumner threats to score which seemingly brought the FP eleven to .the brink of defeat. Gary Moore. Ricky Smidt, and Ke.n . Southall scored the Ca,·d touchdowns while Spradley converted one of three attempts for an· extra point.

PLC Treks To ·Face Easte-rn's ·.savages Saturday

The winless Auburn eleven nearly upset the powerful Enumclaw Hornets but finally wi;re defeated 2-0 on a safety. Auburn's domination of pla.y against Enumclaw has drawn much attention. The offense in particular is ]Jeing stressed this · week since the Sp(lrtans actually outgained the Cards last week. The appearance of several sophomores . to the. starting line might possibly take place before the Auburn game sir1ce the lineupwai; domin· ated by sophomores in the last touchdovm ·march against the Sumner .cloven.

Still smarting from a 20-0 shellacking at the hands of the Central Washington Wildcats, the Pacific Lutheran GladJators jump from 'the .frying pan into the fire this Saturdfl.y when they trek to Cheney to battle Eastern. The Savages ar". one of t;he favorites in the race this fall for the Evergreen · Conference championship. Eastern tied the College of Puget Sound 7-7 three weekS ago in. Tacoma .and showed Coach Marv Harshman that they hav1> a huge forward wall and some elus-· ive back$. The CPS-Eastern struggle 'Witnes5.ed by the PLC coach was one bf the most bruising games s.een in. recent-years in local college play. The Gladiators, of c0urst>, missed the services .greatly of halfback George Fisher and fullback Tommy Gilmer against Central. · Fisher was out

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/lifliner. Averts Collision With UJl()...-7/17/;5'7-A commercial airJihri1~,_-_fliftht nlimbcr _p5G from _DaJlus, rr e:;as viith 85 person8: aboard narrowly avertPd a collision in early morning darkness with a myste1ji;n1s ob.'1'ct. An A1iJerican Airlines official said. the pilot of a DC-6 .coach was forced to tul'n and ii esc,.,ncl "very .rapidly" to lJ:V-0i<l·-_8mUshiilg into the unkno1.v~1 obj?ct. T\VO passenvers in a hos\)itai .who wcre-injuredtold .be being thrown to t.hc floor durihg th,,. evasive ciction. Cant. E. Bachner of Fort Worth, Texas, the ni'lot, sa.i<l tho other obiect .was a lari:e crnft at least the size of " B~47. ,~-VV,e fiJ_'!-lt sa\V tJ1i:! otJject v.rhcn it \Vas ·quite ·a \vays out and it -~~ts_ -'<7U.ite n _bit }(Y\-t.,~?r. As ,ye can1e· <'loser together, it \Vas_ appa'regtl),' climbing, We made h norm~] right turn to give him plenty of pa,ssing room. it seems like it m.ade .a left tul')1 which would be eontr.ary. to- normal procedure. We t.urned 1\nthcr ri;,ht and it was imnossible to. miss Eim witho.ut turnin<; the no$e abruotly do;,.vp/-'..Morgan Lv.mnn, disf;rid: snles illnnag"er 1'().r . P.._m~r)e.an· Airlines, siud t;l~c .wear eollisiou Jiook place at 3·30 a.m. Tv'.TST betw0en s~1t Flatsnnd Hc.uco Tanlrn, Texas flhbut 50 air miles cast of El Paso. The pla,.;e :had 80 p:isscn,<;ers and five crew members abo1'rd and wns schiidulcd to fly non-stop from Dalhs to Los lrn,gnles. Following 1.he il),cl:dcnt, however., Bachner .lt:!-nded at El Paso to obtain medical attention for those who required it. Lyman said that b.eforc landc lnr.:, the pilot criecked with the Civil Aeronauti.cs Administration ui'fk,e at El Paso and wit.Ii Biggs Air Force Buse. Both reported that tfl.ere wei·e no i1ircrrift known to be in the vicinity, based on flight 1ilan information. '!'he p!nne was flying at 11,000 feet,. which would b0 roughly 9,000 feet ab;:n,r.'." thl;l ground at tl1.at point. According to. the):iilot and co-pilot, the unJmown appeared from the west and was, heading eastward. , · · · * ~ '* Waco,. Texa.~/5/5G-:--Wb.nt was it? Geese, jets or flying sauct\;rs .that zoomed silently through, Texas sides on the e>;cning qf March 5, 1956.. R D. Smallridge, his wife, and a friend, Tony Carza, i;Ion't quite know after witnessing the same objed. SmallTidp;c saiq he, his wife, and Garza were in his front yard about 1.0:30 p,m. The f!ir;ht, it seemed to l:ic a si11glc object. cam<! from the south and was headed al.most due north, flying directly with the wind. "The object appeared to be 'solllething Uke a swept-winged jet plaµe flying low, .but. them was no sound, Smallridge said. "I ~oun.tfd .about 18 or 20 streaks of fire which seemed to be coming from, thl' rear edges of the wings. It looked like a jet stream but 1.lmre was no noise like a jct,?' he said. Small ridge said. he served with the army and is an amateur flyer and knows he was not 0ceing things. 1

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HaHo\veen Party Al School 31st All youngsters of the community, toddlers thi:u the Gth grade, will enjoy the minual Halloween party arranged by teachers and parents Thursday, Oct. 31, 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. at the school. There will actually be sb: different pa1;ties with games suitable to the age grottp. · Mrs. W. E. Hager and Mrs. E. G. McClannaban have been named co-chairmoµ by thl' P-TA. Costumes, make-up, decorations and appointments will ·all be in Halloween motif and a grand time is insured fo1·: ·everyone. Each child will receive "treats" hi paym~nt fo,r"tricks" perform~ ed at the party and parents are urged to contribute cookies. 01' treats cm·lier in the. day. . Mrs. Gilbert Prel1,flergrilst, Mrs. Dal.e Jopes will be iP charge of the Pre-School pa1;ty; Mrs. Betty Moorehead, and Mrs .. Car.I Schuler, the first grade p~rty; Mrs. N. C. Tm·l'ler and Mrs. William Haire, tM . fi.l?"?'l'd grade party; Mrs'. Lloyd :Ebert> and Mrs, . Arnol)l Sclionbcrir,, the third grade party; Mrs. D. W. Hand. and· Mrs. E; P. Collins, thefourth grad0 party; Mrs. N. Myers Wheeler and Mrs. Edouard Perrin, the combined fifth and sixth gnlde parties. State 4'H Board Mrs. Gi1bcrt Cm'lson. will entertain the members of the State 4,H executive board at her home Oct. 26. Mrs. Cnrlson is past 111:esident of the group and bas been responsiblc for , mi;;anizing the Past Officers club of the State 4-H Council. Officers expected for the meeting include Mrs. William Viec brick, Douglas county; Mrs. John Hammon, Arlington; Mrs. Dale StrG<Ck!pberg, District l; Winlock; Mrs. Paul Laafko, District 2, Quincy; Jeff Miller, Di~trict 3, Reardcn:<; Mrn. Harold R,ux, Di.St· rict 4, Quincy. D!". :Ruth. Radir, .ad viso1: of the eouncil plans ip attend, Bhe is on the. staff at Washington State callege: The theme for. 195'8 is "Guiding Boys and Girls in 4-ff'. Comments will be made· on Western · Washingtin an<l 4-H fofrs, pelicles and procedures, Plans will be made for a 4CH leaders trnining conf.efence. New 4-Il projects·· esJl<'cially suitable for teenagers be discussed. As the 4-H membership his increased throughout the state, the €xecutiv" board of·the State 4-H Council is ever a ware of the need for a well planned program· for 4-H dubs. · In Hospital Dinald Geise underwent un uppend<:ctomy at a Tacoma hospital last weok; he is now home and recovering fast. '(o Alaska· Mrs. pale Coffee (Barbara Spitler) nnd small son, Lenny Dale, flew to Anchorage, Ale.ska, Oct. 6 to join Dale, who is stationed therD with the U. S. Air Force. Barbara had spent sevei-al months with her mother, M1:s.' Wi!lia7n Tharge.

hall. Ifostesses were Mesdames \Villiam Thargc, Elsie Robbins, Mrs. Elefi,nor Cal'lson and Jack Pederson. Parly Mrs. Ronald Rai.1ch entertained recently honoring Mrs. Edward Fletcher (Bobbie Miller) of Puyallup and her new daughter, Julie Kay, the party being held at the home of her mother; Mrs. Lasham. Lovely. gifts were presegted to Mrs. Fletcher by Mesdames Gary EdsoQ, J9,m<0s Berry arid Richard Doughm·ty and the Misses Beverly Barnes, Erml'l Doyle, I\athy Watkins, Sharon Kc.iimer and Coleen Hamlon. Visitm·s and Mrs. Ronald Rauch (Kay Lasham) and son, Terry Robert, have returned to Anchorage, Alaska, alter a vacation here. M1·s. Rauch spent two months with her parents, the Clayton Lashams ot 48th 'Waller road. Mr. Rauch down for a month, during which time they enjoyed a five-day trip to Idaho to visit relatives and also visited friends here. Boy Scouts Lawr.cnce Howard,. institutional rppresentative for, Waller Road ~'."¥" ~p~· B9y Scqµting, 'lppeals to the parents of all boys who are desirous of staying in Scout· ing or of joining a Scout troop. At this time, the Scouts arc without a Scout Master due to the :resignation of Jerry Lindstrom. The Scout committee cannot apply for a new charter because they do not have the necessary officers to stand behind the troop. Any dads willing to help are urged to call Mrs. Howard a_t L~ 1-1601 so that Boy Scouting m the Waller Road ar· ea con be organized for tlie year. S"l ~~pfirc Girl.<; . 1_ver ~rmgs camp area at Rbam1er National pnrk was chos.en '( tl'.e Ah-W";1U1-Dah Campfire g1rls for an en;oyable outing :e· cently. They were accompamed b~ Mr. and Mrs: ~bert Goetti.mg (Mrs. Goettlm~ is the Guardian of the Campfire !(roup or·

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Guests this week at the ChristenBuilding Permits sen home were Mrs. Christensen's C. H. Boshears, $1300 addn. to · The regular Mr. and ,Mrs. 0. E. Roed; Mr. an d M_rs. mer Ro1-and had . . meeting of . the parents, · . Mr home, 211 So. 135th; A. L. sides plus a birthday dinner for their Commuruty Circle of _Mmeral, Mr. Christensen s ~arents, · Soine, $1500 move home to l-'When Sunny Gets Blue" and daughter, Mrs. Paul Nichols of Pleasant Valley and Eibe was and Mrs. W. P. Christensen, Sr., prop., 718 So. 117th; Mrs. H. A. "Warm and Tend·er.'' It sold and Puyallup. Guests were Mr. and cancelled because of the flu, but and .Mrs. Ellen M. Butts, 95, the Sundness, $15,000 frame home, sold and sold! Mrs'. Paul Nichols and family, is now scheduled for Tuesday, great-grandmother of the baby, 10612 Waller road; CarJ. F. Millar, The other E.P. is a cross sec- Mr. and Mrs. Omer S. Roland of N_ov. 5, at the hom~ of Mrs. Au- all from Everett. $300 carport, 1617 So. 108th; tion of four cuts from his lates.t Puyallup, Merle Nichols, Earl vil. A potlucl< lunch will be servVisiting James·J. Straling; $13,500 frame album. It corltains "Will I Find Street, Mrs. Ruth Biremmerman ed at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisk had as home, 4702 Waller Rd.; C & H My Love Today;" the title of the and son, Roy, of Seattle. Foo~ Sale . weekend guests. last week Mr. Construction Co., $13,500 frame 45 rpm package, and three other Still -Winners The . Columbia Crest Study and Mrs. Joel Olson and their home, 12424 Vickery road; ComB M' k Haml" tunes. It is expected to pass the The Clover Creek .boys are still club will hold a baked food sa'.e daughter, Dorothy Berg, of Puy- munity Pres. Church, $19,000 y ic ey · m . 250;000 mark in sales, undoubt- the winners in football .. This Saturday, Oct. 26, at Swanson 3 allup, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fisk masonry church, 15508 Portland With three solid .successes to edly .. thc .strongest.extended play week's score was Clover Creek .store at Elbe. and children of Pleasant Valley Ave.;. Lawrence Johnson, $500 his credit, Johnny Mathis is Columbia has had. . 35, Spanaway second string 7. New Arrival . and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Chamber- addn." to home. Slucy Bay. quickly qecoming one of the. top Columbia is not content to Next week they will play SpanaMr. and Mrs. W. P. Chr~s'.en- lain of Tacoma. Leroy Deuel, ·$2000 move home ballad singers in the country. have one of the top vocali.sts. way first string. This is the last , sen are parent~ of a son, Willia'.° The Kirkpatrick falllily are. en.- to prop., 902 So. 98th; Donald J. After a slow beginning, his first They_ want the top; they Just game. of the. year. Watch .the Patterson Christensen, III, ~om joying the visit of George and Iams, $450 frame garage, Box 32, waxino-, · "Wonderful, Wonder- might get it. By means of mass boys bring home the cup agam. Oct. 16 at Morton hospital.· Edith Kirkpatrick, Jean LeBerge LaGrande; Albert Betschart, fol," ;ped to the pinnacles of merchandising: they to flo.cd Dalby, and her. little daughter· Paulette, $1050 frame garage, Pincus Road, succqss. His second effort brough.~ the market with Math.is quality LE 7-0163. · Moli'tUeJll'V Observing all from Weott, Calif. Roy; .J. J. Hoffman, $500 frame forth '.'It's Not For Me To Say, and style. .. . . ·• E , • • The Rev. v. Nelson, a former garage, 2821 East 112th; Leland and Johnny's . third smash, In the near futur.e, his ne~ ii.a d Wives Halloween Trad1t1on pastor of the Eatonville Baptist W. Smith, $800 shed, 11415 Pa"Chances Are," is c11rre?tly at . single_ will be premiered. It. ls mC . Of . • . . •• Believe it or not, Dryer Mortu· chnrch, with the Rev. Deviney, cific 4,venue; Benj .. o. Hill, $200 the number four spot nationally. n:e title,,tu;ie from the m?tio~ ary is a lively place on Hallo- evangelist, held meetings in Eat.- trailer, 5716 21st St. N.E.· Puy.; It should reach the number one picture Wild ·As The Wmd. Mrs. Vickie Stray, president of wc011! There will proparbly be up- onville last weeJ,, The two min- Vern Jqhnson, $1500 move home spotlight before too many day.s Plans are underway for another the Non Commissioned Officers wards of six or seven hundred isters and their wives had dinner to prop., 4109 East 118th. W. J. Rambo, $170cf warehouse, race by. . album, too. . . Wives club, extenas a cordial in- spooks and goblins of small and last Friday at the home of Mr. When. you .consider. these facts vitation to all NCO wives to join assorted sizes who will visit. and Mrs'. Ivan Swanson. They 11720 Pac. Hiway, S.W.; Center His first afbum, · "Johnny 19 Mathis," surprized thq power- alo?g with· ~ established popu- in :the activities of the club. ljusi- ·Dryer's for two purposes: 1st, for plan to show a film at the Way~ Sign c~;, $1000 sign, 12302 Pac. that-be (lt Columbia; his second lanty and hlS. guest appea~a~ces, ncss meetings are held on the the desire to visit a mortuary on side Chapel at Elbe on Dec. 15. Ave.; T. A. Lindgren, 409 So. 0 long play, aptly entitled "Wend- Y?~ can readily see ~~t u~d second.Wednesday each month at 'spook' night and 2nd, foi; the The Lions club again came to 123rd, $2200 addn. to home; N. erful, Wonderful," is still in the bias mass merc~and;~f ~~u •t the NCO club. Monthly .socials more practical purpose. of g,~k therescue of the little mission; A. Gallow, $500 variety store, best selling circles. p~oduce top resu ts. d p res 1ey,1 • are planned··foreach·fourth Wed- ting a big cone of cotton candy their electric heater w.as not giv- Rt. 3, Box 613; Daisy Anderson, . . d h' d w dn t t d with Belafonte an $1500 trailer, Rt. 2, Box 254, Mathis has . two extende C ·· "t h d ·T Sands to nesdays. First an t ir e es-. . · ing the· required heat to warm . api o1 pus e ommy d f B 'd d as a rea . · · the pl1-ys to pis credit. The fi:st c?n- the to ; Cor~l flooded the market ,pays are rese~ve or n. ge an · It all began on Hallow~e11.,~n . building and was not "."Pairable, Puy.; Lowell R. Anderson, $10,tained selections from the motion •. h LP W lk L p's· why Pinochle parties. Interestmg and 1950 just before the opemng of so the Lions club bought a new 750 frame home, Rt. 3, Box 448, . . 1 d d wit awrence e · · • . bl . l ned Fl · · . - Tar!.; Lee H. Wills, $4500 addn. P icture "Lizzie." Inc u c were can't Co1umb"ia iom . . the' crowd · enioya are tho · Dryer Mortuary.. . · e programs · ·· · 'd Pan ·al · · · orence · d electric heater and mstalled it to home, 9324 Waller Road; Fred · ,. ,. * for each meetmg an soc1 so and Trav Dryer .were rmpresse for them. Boness, $8000 grandstand, Rt. 7, Half-Notes: Two· 'Dew sound- make your plans now to attend. by the fact that all during the Reporter-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, Box 505; Fred Boness, $2000 (2) tracks. hit the market this week. Free nursery is provided ·for building period no damage or Designers and Builders " . Rt . 7 i Box 5 o5 ; H enry res t rooms, Elbe. 0 members. pilfering of any kind .was done One is. Capitol's "Pal Joey" from EXPERT WORKMANSHIP More information concerning although evidence showed there the motion picture of the same REASONABLE PRICES Easy Monthly Payments name starring Frank Sinatra, the activities of the NCO Wives was frequent evening inspection Kim Novak and Rita Hayworth. Club may be obtained by calling by the kids of the neighborhood. Mrs. Vickie Stray at LE 7 -0560 The happy thought came that 84th & Pac. Ave. GR 4c9515 The other is RCA's "The Helen Morgan Story," which features or Mrs. Edene Benger at JU 8- it would be nice to say "thank Gogi Grant in the singing role, 2121, Ext. 5287. you" .to the kids by inviting them but .more about that next week. to come for a treat of cotton canselections to suit · individual dy on Halloween..The invitation See you then! HOME SE'RVICE tastes - classics, soundtracks, resulted in 237 visits that eve* * * OUR SPECIALTY western, pops--you name it and ning! Also, the interesting disIf you want the very latest Also Comrnercal Installations records--both 45 and 331,fi,--- they'll see to it that your wish is covery was.made that the youngFull Line Schorn Paints · stop in at the Parkland Record fulfilled. Storm Windows and Doors sters were at least as inter€i,Sted Installed Shoppe, 414 Garfield, LE 7-0440. in inspecting ·the mortuary as . They have a complete variety of Drive Safely - Save A Life FREE ESTIMATES they were in gettipg the cotton candy. · They would edge in fearfully Prescription Service but curiously, then finding the LE 7-5661 whole place light, warm and lovec~ftf!j Open 7 Days a Week. ly, )VOUld soon lose their fear and PAc11~ 9:30 a.m. - 9:30.p.m. be asking questions of all )rinds. Satisfied, they would go out 1 pappily tearing shreds off their Walgreen Agency '() cotton candy. New for now and thru Pay Light & Water Bills Here . The results were educational GReenfield 2-6445 the holidays - put your 84TH & PACIFIC AVE. and satisfying for the youngsters styling in step wlth the and certainly heart warming for really B-1-G news in the adults watching them. So, the ha,ir fashions. The revivinvitation has been repeated each al of the waved and year and as many as seven hundfringed short-do's of the red have visited when weather PERFECT FOR PARTIES 1930's. Here's the all was favorable, coming by carloads Frosted - Glazed important know-h9w for from many miles away. Sugared - Plain this important trend ... Florense and Trav Dryer and jµst in time for your Home Made. Order Now! their .son imd daughter, • fe.pJ' holiday :wardrobe. At ari;!l' Gini, and G,randma D1J'~r\'¥-l exfond a cprdial welcome to the spooks and goblins and their parents, too, tp visit them Hal"I loween, Thursday, Oct. 31 from 6:00 p.m. on, and enjoy a big 4l 7 Garfield Street cone of cotton candy.

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In the Matter of the Estate of ELLIS HILLBERG, and s"''' "I'AI·I. J A ""E' HILLBERG ......, » Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Letters of Administration on the Estate of Ellis Inllberg, and Sarah Jane Hillberg,. Deceased, · · d · h 1 ·· · d wei·e. gran.te t.o t e un. < e_ rs1gne~ , on the ll~h day o~ October, 19..,7, by the said Sitper1or Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required\ . ·· · h

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H. mas cards and at the Nov. 16 by Troop 76 of Contra! Avenue; Snowden. Plans were· m~de Woodland P~TA carnival they will the Chariot Race was won by sell Christmas b-e.es agam thLS award a pi:in:ie purebred Angus Troop 379; the Knot Tying Re- year so - Folks, remember your te. . , t' f s er. lay, and Patrol Standh;ig Jump Scout Troop w h en its · ime or . In addition to the officers, club Relay contests were• .w~n by that TREE again! members are Douglas Bergstrom, Troop 84 of Midland and the A work party was held at the Janet Holland, Mike Ridge, Skip(I'ug of War contest was a tie. hall Oct. 10 and 12. Workers ~n- ped Wade, Danny Thomason, Midland's Boy Scout Troop 84 eluded Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rem- Mady McMahon; Virginia NewInstitutional Representative, Foricke, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Snow- man will be a. new member soon. rest Sallee, attended the Church' den, Mr. and Mrs. James KenThe Evergreen 4-H had several Scouting Relationships Confer" nedy, Mrs, Herschel Payne, Mr. entries in the Junior Poultry ence \VedneBday e~ening at the and Mrs. William . Reynolds, Exposition held Oct. 8-9 in PuyGault junior high school. With Jame>s Wooldridge,. Charles allup. Awards were: Skipper him were Dean and Gene Huber, Spragg, Vernon .Harris, Frank Wade, Red ribbon on brown possessor of th(] God find· Country Giral, and Mrs: Edwm Brenneise. eggs; Douglas Bergstrom, Red on Award, who along with two TacoAt the Nov. 6 meeting there white eggs, Blue/ on White LBgma Boy Scouts led the. Flag Salute. D. L. Roberts, Salt Lak<J City, will be election of officers. On horn cockerel, and Red on Legthe speaker, discussed the· use the nominating compiittee are horn pµllets; Richard Reed, Bluo made of Scouting by . the church William Reynolds, Forrest Sallee, on White Rock pullet; Roberta Reed, Red on White Rock pullet. -·to furthei· its own program for and Charles Spragg. Many boys of Troop 84 attendCash premiums were received on boys.of the same age. ed the Rounq-up Rally at the these entries. Cub Scouts Franklin Pierce play field on SatRoberta Reed ;;as on the S';'nThe Midl.arid Cub Scouts, Pack urday, Oct. :12, from 1 to 4 p. m. ior Poultry Judgm~ team which · 84, will have their monthly Pack . placed N ew 4 -H ·c1 u b - _· secon._d. .Richard , - · Reed, . meeting Friday evening; Oct. 25, ,, , . . . ,, Douglas Bergstrom and Skipper at 8:00 .in the Midland ImproveTn,e Hummmg. Birds ' a ~ew Vlade were on the Junior Poultry ment club ·hall. They will have a 4-H club, was ::ecently organized Judging team which placed first. Halloween costume parade for all with Mrs. Vincent D.reis ~s tlaeir Richard Re.ed was third highest the Cub Scouts and their broth- leader. Members of this . new in<l,ividual. These members and e1's and sisters. All interested. are group are)he .Misses Liz. Stran~, Mrs. Clyde Reed attended the welcome to .attend. Judi Preis, Lmda Tom, Sharm ·Award banquet sponsored by the Friendship Club Hickenbottom, . Pa~ela W~eks, Sears Foundation for exhibitors, Mrs. Larry Cleary was hostess Cheri .Hancock, ManlY': R9gness iu,Q.ges and leaders. Evergreen Twigs for .the. Fri•:mdship Club for their and Diana Scott. The first meetfirst fall meeting, Wednesday, ing was held {lt the homepf Mrs. Evergreen 4-H is sponsoring a Oct. 9. The club is sending Hal- Dreis Thm·sday, Oct. 10, and the new Ju.~ior 4cH (livestock .and lo'.ween bandy up·to Rainier school follo~ving , o~ic.ers - ~ere. electe~: poultry) dub for. ages 9 to 11, for this month'.s. project. Those President, Judi Dre1s; vice-pres~, to be called the Evergreen Twigs, present were Mesdames John d!'n.t.• Liz S·. tr.a.nd; ~ecretary, ·.·a· n- Th . · . e ne:w. cl. u.b..me·t·a·t th. e home.· ·.o·f Both," cpJrles Harris, Allen Zook, lyn Rogness, re~JOrtc~, ~!l.i;.a r:l!'rs. Clyde Reed, one of the lead' Fred DinJ,,ond 11-nd. twins; Jan and Scott. "The Hummmg '.13.irds Will ers <Mrs. D. M. Thomason is C~' Jean, Peter Teffre and Micha.el meet every other Thursday. and leadef Rob€!.rta Reed, Junidr and Sandy, Donald MacQuarrie will take sewing for their project. le!).der'.l ... County Agent ·. Ern~st a.nd. Jackie, Floyd Jensen,. HerbThanks! . IIopp w~s present to explain 4-H ert Piper, ~mil Nouguier, Walter The members of the. Midland projects and record books. The Corrigan and the hostess . Orthopedic Guild want to thank next meeting .. will be Nov. 19, everyone who attended their .re- with election of officers. Members . Correction Through· an en-or in last week's cent "Evening of Games". Obie are David Reed, Nancy .Wade, E. Simmord of 1503 South 100t.h Barbara Cupp, Ronald Bergstrom. was !).Warded the electric saw, Mary Jean. Ferguson, PattyMcRepirter .;_ Marlene Corrigan, Mahon, -Danny Grounds, Parcnta LE 7-8545. Moody, Rabb Roepke and Dennis Ridge. . VETERINARY SUPPLIES Games Nite Bazaar at Benstc>n Op!ln 9:30 tp 9 Weekdays The 112th .Boostei'.S will hold (Closed Sunday) The.Benston Luther Ladies Aid a. ganles night in the South Hill .will hold a baz.aar Saturday, Oct. Improvement club hall, Pear and 26, at 7:30 p.m. in. the old Bene Meridian, ]'riday evening at 8:00 ston school at Graham. Booths children . a.re welcome: refreshWill offer an .attractive selection ments Will be served. ·of Halloween centerprieces, fancy Lunche0n work, toys, gift n:rticlcs and bakFruipand {;rang~ Auxiliary re;ed gqods, with refreshments for minds ladies of the luncheon children. plann,ed Oct.· 31 at 12:30 at the Ftuitland ·Grange hall ... There will ~ . . . . ·Tie· awards. . ~n'it!' ··v·~lnes .spaghetti Dinner SilH li» ilil IS Woodland P-TA annOUJ)lCCS a f . • , spaghetti dinner and carniv,al .at There 15 str time 0 mthe school Saturday, Oct. 26, .t)w t that fence before dinner from 5:00 ·to. 7:oo, the S a carnival 6:00 to 10:00. Among winter sets in. the nwards will be a pure bred • Angus steer by the Evergreen Let us help you with your 4-H club. . Reporter - Mrs. J. C. Mullms, plans - mater1a an a or, Puyallup TH 5-8621. MIDLAND .•..

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Judy Schmidt thanks her mrmy friends and cla,ssmates for all the nice cards she received. She. is feeling. muyh better n<;nv. Mrs, Ida Howe, cook at th11 Elk Plain grade school, has been ii) "·ith. the flu this past week. The chilqren miss her and hop~ she wm be back soon. ' Carol . White is rcpo1:ted ill; Mary Kuper is now -improved. Best wishes to all!

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