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Bike Inspection. Guild Plans Smorgasbord Sunday Al CoHins 7th

See. Soi.66 P.L.&R U.S. Postage Paid Parkland Branch Tacoma, Wash. Permit No. 9P Occupant or Boxholder Rural Route Postmaster: If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed on addressed papers.

Apprec£ation Despite the extremely hazardous fire conditions prevailing this past summer, fire losses in the Spanaway-Elk Plain area have been low. The Board of Commissioners and the Fire Department wish to thank the residents of District No. 7, whose excellent cooperation made this possible.

TIIURSDA Y, OCTOBER 31, 1957

Volume 13, No. 8

PUDLISIIED AT PARKLAND, WASH.

Groundbr~a;ting r~arks

CLOVER CREEK . . . .

Championship Kept By Team

First Bicycle inspection in a series .taken in all schools ol the Franklin Pierce school district No, 402 will be held at Collins school all day Nov. 7. The movement is sponsor~d by the 'i\l'ashington LEnox 7-0223 · State Patrol, supported locally by the Lions club a!ld those in charge expect to see 5000 youthful bicycle owners bring in their machines. In addition to rigid inspection of bicycles, the ex.amiiiation includes written and oral tests. Those passing will receive bicycle drivers. certificates. Similar inspection will be held in all' Franklin Pierce schools du!lng ·November. '

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The Clover-Creek football team brought home the championship cup last week after defeating Spanaway 35 to 6. Ron Poage, 8lh grade teacher, was the coach with the help of the manager, Danny McDaniel. • Members of lhe team arc Orville, Tenny, 'iV ayne Bjornson, Clnnirc Hagen, Victor Hubahl, Donnld 'iVoods, Don Hughs, JimMarking the first anniversary my McGee, B'lly 'iVo!f, Brian of Our Lady Queen of Heaven The Summit-Woodland-Collins Franich. Henry Montenelli, RonVolunteer Fircn1en arc inviting .ny Brazeau, Nicki Rogichr Ernest - church, a dinner and baz.ae.r Will LARGE COMMITTEE -:- With a large staff making the arrangements,.· oe held Sunday, Nov, 3, fi:om.1:0_0 a smorgasbord will be held at the Graham Grange hall Sunday,' all people of the coml1}unity i,n- Treadway and Ronald Vorak, to 8:00 p.m. at the pansh hall, Nov. 3, from 12:30 till 4:00 p.m. by the Gloria Motycka Guild of, krcsted in Scouting to be presOrthopedic 146th and .A streets. . . .. . .. . Grnh31n. Turkey, ham and baked salmon will be featured. Decorn~: ent at Fire Station No. 1, SumThe Dr. Lee Rademake1· OrthoTh~ bazaar ,;,.m b~-"J;';'",i1~Ti;;i;t~·a""iioiis will be in colorful autwnn motif; Pictured above with one of mit, Monday evening, Nov. 4, at pedic Guild will meet at noon by a fancy work booth ,;l~ich will tpe publicity posters \'re, left to r~ght: Mrs. Alfred J~c~son, .chair-· 7 :30 o'clock to witness the pre· d man; Mrs. Charles Wilblll', co-chamnan, and Mrs. Wilham LauenNov. 4 at ·the home of Mrs, HaiTy sentation of the charter for Exfeature a hand made afghan an bol"g, president ol tbe Guild. Other workers a,re: Tickets, Mrs. FredThomas for a sandwich lunch. the Country Store. crick Pederson; kitChon, .Mrs. John Schiemer and Mrs. William plorer Scout Troop No. 92, which Co-hostesses for the meeting a.re The tlin.c-iar committee includes Motycka; publicity, Mrs. Lawrence Ar;uierson; also Mesdames John. is sponsored by the fo·omcri.. Mrs. Erwin Timm and Mrs, Ray Mrs. J. R. Rogers and William LaPore, Howard Lauenborg, Scott Martin, Emil Lauenborg, B. Kenny Hoff, a fireman, is instiHartung. Zumbu'hl as co-chairmen· assist- Watson, Charles Hall, Joseph Butcher, Ewart Tinius, Irving Cope, tutional representative for the Carnival ing are Mesdames Albert 'charon, Beatrice Storrar and Viv Selle. Photo by McKewen troop; Bud Newell is the advisor. Hey, Morn! Let's go to the CarJoseph Boyle, Marion .Kanton, The firemen will provide a pnival at Clover Creek school toBolin Brown, Robert W. Nelson propria te entertainment features. night. Brakeman Bill will be and other members of the Altar A noon luncheon will be served' there in person and there will be Society; at the Parkland Neighbors club·· Miss Eutrophia Keough heads • • • • lots of prizes and games and booths. on Monday, Nov. 4, at the home the bazaar committee, 'ably asI DREAM TAKING FORM-The congregation of the Evergreen Baptist church passed an important l Some girls are cboosey about Reporter-Mrs. William Dalby, .milestone Sunda~' afternoon when groundbreaking ceremonies were held preparatory to placing a sisted by Mesdames William The 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Vern.Vance. Co-hostessI their husbands-they won't LE 7-0163. I recently acquired building on the handsome site at9120 Waller road, c1nnated by. Mrs. Cleon E. Duneer Nathe, Gunnar Nelson, Phillip of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Throssell es will. be Virgil Larson and'' take just anybodys. I in memory of her husband, the late Mr. Duneer, who shared with. her a deep. devotion to the local Pepper, 'Che~ter Cook and .Steve I of Roy will be celebrated by an Mrs. · I)onald Reed. church project. Pictured above, left to l'ight, are: The Rev. Gordon Carlson of SeatHe, 1'epresentative Criviansky. I Changes in procedures will be Elect President open house for the couple, arI Y.l e have a lai·ge stock of used of the Columbia Baptist Conference; Mrs. Duneer turning tho first s!io\;elfuLof cdrth, and the Rev. The Irish stew dinner and baI shoes, boots, hunting pacs, I Mike Scversen, 8118 Portland Herb.ert Lawrentz, Evergreen Baptist pastor. Also taking part in the brief S{!rvice were the Rev. Bror zaar are ope!l to the public and ranged by their son and daugh- discusse.d. and election. of officers I . d for the forthco. ming year will b_ e . hb ors .· an d · f nen. etc. avenue, received a signal honor Lundgren, pastor of Central Luthernn church, Tacoma, sponsor of Evergreen; the Rev. William Foss, tickets may be had at the door; te rs. All. :nerg s · · . l r Plus new shoos and a complete Friday when he wns elected pre- former pastor of the church, and Julian Runbeck, the first Sunday school' superintendent; the Rev. donations are $1 for adults, 50c are cordialiy invited to share the ·h_eld. Mrs. Elmer Quam will pre- , and Mrs. Fauntenberry of Tacoma Rescue Mission. ' Photo by McKewen I shq_e repair service, . . sident of the Washington RetailI for children. over six, under six happy: occasion Sunday,. Nov, 10, side., l \Ve repair your shoes as if from J,:00 to 5:00 p.in.1 in ·the The Histor\\' book will. be disers club, a sta.te-wide group of free. I they were our own. Rebekah hall at Roy. played. by .Mrs. Robert Strang, high school students enrolled in I Missiorils Festival & 4uH I llAllP ,.H ..JI IU The Throssells are now living ·Seer.et Pal exchanges will be read the Distributive Education classPAUL'S SHOES I The annuul "Festival of MisllWl9fllli'81iU 11eWS in retirement three miles south by .Mrs. Larson. I es. Our new 4-H club has chosen Spanaway I sions" will be celebrated at the The election was held during The Midland Orthopedic Guild of Roy in the comfortable home "Piµs and Needles" for the name. : Open 9 a.m. to 6 p,m. Parkland Lutheran church, .123rd will hold its November meeting they have occupied .for more the annual Governors meeting in We will be on sewing projects I 167th & Pacific Ave, Spanaway street and Pacific Avenue, at the on Tuesday the 5th, at 12:30 than 20. years. Mr. Throssell serOlympia with all local clubs of this year. Barbara Bernsten is November 4-8, 1957 LEnox 7 -6297 10:30 ri, rn. service Sunday, Nov. noon in the Midland Improvec ved as mail carrier on R.F.D. N_o. the state represented. a ne-..v me1nber. ,,,,.,,_,,,,,,,,,JJ.LFLrrJIJFJ.F.1""7,Fl.1'.1,,,.-.,,,,.,#} Monday-Split pea soup with 3, with th!'\ Rev; E. E. Lee of ment club hall. Mrs. Charles· 1, Roy from Sept. 13, 1908, to Our leader, Mrs. Val Berntsen, crackers pressed meat sandwich 'Hawley, Minn., preaching on the Brouwer will preside ovei· the Nov. 1, 1949. His wife has long gave us some books - "My Re- orange juice, peach cobbler, milk. topic, . ,, "The True Spirit of Mis- business session. Main b~siness been known for her ' activity in flections" and "Sewing ls Easy Tuesday-Beef stew with vegl s10ns. . be their . annual . . . 'd e basA d' .. b d . th for t h e d ay will cI1urch wor k on a state-wr and Fun," also a 1-H record book. elables, peanut butter sand,vich, 1 e serve m mncr wil e turkey-salmon dinner to be held -is. Both grew up in the Roy comChristine Anderson, reporter cpoJde, n1ilk. social hall following the, service, in the Improvement Club hall munity. YOU Wednesday - Spaghetti with sponscred by the Woman's club Friday evening, Nov. 8 .. Mrs. In charge of open house plans garlic bread, cabbage and pine! <if the church, Mrs. Donald Dan- Francis Hus]oek, general chair- ',lre the three daughters of the apple slaw, Jello and whipped iels president, man, will be assisted by all the couple: .:Mrs. James E:' Patchell ParUand Lutheran church has crenm, n1Hk. Berkeley · · d '"·" · 'L' t' l S of the· .Guild. pro"_ Seattle, .... Henry 01serve J.v.t.tss1on J.'es iva un- members ·· ·· ,·\.,.Al_!.·· _-_,, ___ -~--r<.Meriel · · - of(Mane) ·· oLl\frsRoy 1 Thursclny--Han1burgcr coeds· go to .·the. Mary Bridge , :fornson and c for more than 5-0 years as a bun, pofoto chips, Child.re.r;'s Hospit~L . Hq~Jes~".S Mrs, John Murtinson (Sylvia) .of Tho regular monfhly meeting ;;-ila.l £actor in- 1:Pi;;sio,n,,, work. .for the luilcheon· p1•eceding· the Milt0n,. and ·th!?r·.SOU,rCharles .W.. WHY!-!· beans, fruit, milk. of the Parkland Methodist WoThe Rev. H. A Thieste is pastor monthly meeting will be Mes- Throssell of· Seattle. Friday-Tuna pie with crunchy BERKELEY has the most complete line n1an's Society of Christian Servof the church. d'amcs Henry Teffre, Ellis of pumps so we can_· fill ·yOur needs. ice will be held in tl1c church crusti \VaLdorf salad, brE:ad _and son .and Herman Bolender. butter sandwich, chocolate pudBERKELEY is quality engineered f<X" the Nov, 6, the cxccut.ivc and husiAltar Society ncss session ut 11:00 a.m. 'fhe ding, inilk. utmost in dependability· and long life. Tho Altar Cocicty of tho Margaret Cooper circle will scn·c The Marie Hazen Osthopedic John of tho 'iVoods church will luncheon at 12:30 p.m., followed Guild will meet for an 11:30 meet Thursday no011, Nov. -7, in WHEN!! by -devotions and progra1n in luncheon Tuesday, Nov. 5, at the the Midland Improvement club . charge of Maude Tvcit. circle. Farmers Mutual Ins. Co. NOW - during November we are g1vmg home of Mrs. Gilbert Carlson, halL Mrs. 'iValter Vailencour will Auto - Fire - Liability Final plans \Vil! be 111ade for a Penn Nc-Freez control with every new 52nd nnd Carlson road. Mrs. preside and the main business J. J. GUNNS Agency I.he annual fall dinner Nov. B; Berkeley pump. (value $17.25'. N :r-,- • Id . l . George May will assist ns co- will be the election of officers and BARBER SHOP Mrs. James E. Sales is general ~rm 'rnntvo is t 1e first hostess. for the. coming year. 503 Ea. l76th St. LE 7-7757 chairman. prnsidonl of The Parkland SportsW a 11er Road Grange "~ll · be R'eporter - >ivlar ] ene Corngan, • , . . 2 Blocks East of Transformers 1 1 4xSx% mans_ cu J, a new orgamzafaon host to the County Grange Fri- LE 7-8545. Spana way stressrng sports and conservad r N , 1 t 8·30 Th 1 ·t ' · l, h · d aj , °' . , a , p.nL e s CELOTEX ti on, w 11c was orgamze Oct. 18 d ? d d f · ·t· t' 'll u t La :Pcr~oln. an :--n egrecs ~ 1n1 ia ion '\\'I b' . be given to candidates from all Cassey s,vanson "\V:lS :11nong Other o,ficcrs arc: Vice 1iresi- Gi"a.n'g . ,. es b y th e Oh op Degree the fir.st in our con111111nity to Per Panel dt'nL Russ Holmes: secretary, Team. Grangers! Attend this LEnox 7-7281 14621 Pacific Avenue bring home a buck on his hunt- :tvfonty Johnson; treasurer, Bud n et' 1 18 ing trip. M'athies; warden, Si Landaker. mg. MAHOGANY Over 20 0·ears serving the Tacoma area's pump needs Sick List With a membership alreridy npFLUSH DOORS Henry I-Iorn 1,VHS rushed to pronching: fou1·-score, th~ club TERMS . • . . • • . TRADES rraco1na (Jcncral hospitai iast plans the acquisition of .rlose-in All Sizes Monday, very ill with a heart at- prupcrl;y for a shooting range as We Have Them tack. By the dozen or u·.·11· S ,. d well as a club house for social . · ,.-,11 in1n ~ nn(1crs 1s cor111ne 1o . ., _ ... (Slight Defects) by the Unit. . l . recreation and actJv1t1es. .} ''11 " 1 l h osp1ta n1 B eac::·-on il _ J~cc era 1\rldit-ional inforn1alion rnay be Clean, Warm, Safe! Seattlv. lxS ~· obl"1.incd hy calling Roger Mcllouglas 111llcr, son of Mr. nncl D . Id IE ~ <604 Mrs. Fred Miller, sufforcd a hrok- ·· ond ' " ' '_,, '~ · CEDAR SHIPLAP Y ou'U look neat as a pin en leg in a 1og~ing accident last , Use As Lilw Grade Paneling Home of Fishers Quality Feeds cleaning to us regularly Friday and was taken to lhe HELP BUILD SUMMIT YOUTH Knapp & Canyon Roads Morton hospital. Next to Summit '1.'rading Co. Jkporter-Mrs. Pead K Engel, CENTER! Buy a button Nov. 1- Z LE 7-7136 W <; Deliver Per M

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many already fixed up nicely in yom· area. Your best buy in rentals, home, or cottage Serviced and 'Stored 2 .BR 25x31 delivered at $2095. Power Mowers A Specialty 3 BR 25x36 delivered at $2495. Free Pick-up & Delivery little higher on difficult moves good windows, doors, oak floors, PARKLAND • Business Servi.ce. 3 plumbing, refrigerator,. insulation CYCLE & KEY , studding ~ 2x4s on 16" Mcvi~g Co. StITTH-CABINET SHOP - REu: 7-5772 1x4 t&G su b!loors 11021 Pacific Ave. MODELING, carpenter work, -----Bulldozing - Ditching trusses - 2x6s on· 24" kitchen cabinets/we stock and ' TOP SOIL - GRAVEL SEPTIC TANKS & WATER Best Piroject Houses Being Sold cut glass; .16309, So\lth Park, SEPTIC TANKS and LINES fNSTALLED. Riley Housing Sales Office Spanaway; LE 7~ 7949. 3ctf 'DRAIN FIELDS Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or 4409 E._,Grandview. (Go out Phone. TH 5c2452 LE 7 -3204. 3ctf · Portland Ave.. to 44th, left SciU.thE:nd ,A;tli:f;S '\ll{;r'eckers Farm Bur;~~~ to Grandview), Tacoma 4, W,n. . ' USED ·pA1t'TS··'"' ' F>LoVv.r¥.rc:t. <l.iscing, rotovating -· pp. GR 4-0111. Hours .9: to .6. 12605 Pacific Motors . • Transmissio).1$ and lawn work. D. R. ·Beeler, '" · .9ctl: Tires • Batteries LE ·7.4940, 3ctf We Buy Junk Cars SOUTHEND :S<SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED .Als.a .. Cusfoil'l Weldi11g 3-PLEX, pa,rtly. furnished, 4 nice Contents hauled away. Don SERVICE ON ALL MAKES by. Joe's .Welding ...· lots, good rental district. Needs Redford,. 8232 So; .Fawcett, GR . 9 1 Mile EastRoy.Y on Mt.Jiy. paint. Owner will sacrifice for LE 7-7398 2-7334. If no answer call GR 303 Ea. L3rd Spanaway LE. 7-6534 The man pictull!"d above ex-· $4,950.00, $600.00 down. Live in 2-9222, 3ctf 1 . I tends to you a personal invitaPURDUE :- Piu;mbing, one; rentals will make P<tYments. l"Ol]NDATIONS, additions,.' re· FAST. PHOTO SERVICE - In ' GEORGE tion to see the all-new '1958. FOR RENT Power mowers, . Heating .. New work, remodel- Call Ralph Decker, GR 4-9579. modeling, Free estimates. Fin- at 10:00 out at 5:00.\QUALITY ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. CHEVROLET at our show han<! tools, garden tools, spray McKINLEY AVE. ancing, no down payment. rooms, Thursday, Oct. 31st. PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pa. 3ctf {;LEAN inside· arid out. 2 bed- guns, sanders, plumbing tools, Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks cific Ave,. LE 7 77271. 3ctf rooms, hardwood floors, part power tools, etc. . A tool for CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & basement, concrete fot1ndation, Used Cars & Tr~cks SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers lots of closets and built-ins, every job. South End Plumbing Come to and Hardware. Phone LE 7c4100 loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 wired for auto. washer and dry10ctf 3ctf er, 2 lots, fenced back yard, garage. '~ block to bus. Easy e.JETS Small hall £or· Chevrolet Hot Water H~ating terms, FHA. Call Ralph Decker, FOR RENT e SUBMERSIBLES parties; reasonable; call GR 2For The Best Deal GR 2•7628 GR4-95'l9.. -Residential and ti> CENTRIFUGALS 6097 for information. 10c9 Opposite Postoffice 6314 McKinley Avenue $6000.00 Remodel Work e TURBINES . PUYALLUP, WASH. home at a SPACIOUS .3-lcvcl CORNELL POWER , MOWERS sharpened BR 2-0734 Call 7-7281 give-away price. 32x14 living WILLOWS Trailer Park; large and serviced; pick-up and dePLUMBING & HEATING modern spaces, with carports & TH 5-1766 • TH 5-1332 room, .14xl6 dining, 14x2_0 kit, livery; Baldwin & Son, 947 storage roomi;; reasonable rates; LEnox 7-7293 Tceoma Pump chen, 3 bedrooms, plus extra Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf room for den or study. Approx- convenient shopping; Propane '5.7 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; SMALLEY KITCHEN CABINETS, corner TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed imately 21;,, acres. See to believe. gas av.ailable; school bus at wholesale , prices. Co. . door~ 1 mile south of Puyallup MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., shelve~. book cases; hirc:h fir rock, Utah coal; LE 7-3536 or Mr. Nelson will show. GR 4-9579 l4G19 PACIFIC AVENUE on Airport road; Phone Puyallup. LE· 7-4060 anytime, evenings, OT knotty pine; built to your Puyallup TH 5-2038. 3ctf or LE 7-0104. Terms Trades' TH 5-4200. lOctf Sundays. l2ctl spec1fications; get the best for ·• ESTIMAT)l:S FOR STAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. less~my prices are the lowest. FOR LEASE OR SALE - 3-bed- FOR SALE - '47 Chrysler ConHOOVER'S CABINET SHOP ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat ELECTRICAL 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 room rambler, 5 minutes from vertible and 1 horse trailer, . 3ctf fertilizer; GR 4-2 305 or LE 7- LE 7"5514. Membe1· of Tacoma Real EsLate McChord. 6211 • Nyanza Park matching blue and white, ex· 8259. 3ctf SERVICE Board Drive; JU 8-7355. 10c8 cellent condition, top to tires, SNAP ON TOOLS Johnny Member Multiple Listing Service - . . $475.00.. Parkland Cycle & Key, Hall, 1012 South llOth, Lenox Home Wiring • ,Remodeling CLEAN, private room. 414 Ea$t 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7-5772. 3ctf TANK 1-0856. .133rd St,. Parkland; LE 7-6009. 12c8 Dryers - Electric Heat FOR SALE - 3-bedroom rambjfmi=Jllllll'.iUB!i'l'llilB'SiD!ISIDmJIRml!iilllaBJlliEf'j_ 10ctf ~-----------" I . SERVICE ler, plastered; attached garage, Emergency .Service FERN ceramic tile kitchen; low down FOR RENT - Furnished upper FOR SALE - Packard transmisTanks Cleaned ' . payment; 10409 East B St., call apartment, one or two bed· sion +eady to be adapted into a Call o. B. ACKLEY LE 7-3009. 9c8 :rooms; 401 South 116th. 10c8 Chevrolet racing transmission; 3.Iso car radio; '29 Model A LE 7~43!!S. LE 7-.7882 COMPLETE ELECTRIC roadster; Bill's Boat House, FOR SALE - $660 equity in two Repair Service SCREENED TOP SOIL No BEAUTY SERVICE Days: LE 7-7463 bedroom Parkland home. Total • 173rd St., Spanaway; LE 7-6106. price $8,800. Call LE 7-3638. 12g8 rocks. or .roots. Crushed. Rock, 11 82371/z P.ark Ave. GR 4-317711 EVE: 7-4437 9p8 WASHING MACHINE. PARTS !)rain Gravel, Fill Dirt and . '!<. ...............,............... .,.,.,,..,. .. ~ I Largest sipck in town. Repair· FOR SALE - '49 Ford; excellent Screened Road .Gravel . that·1·~ SEPTIC TANK.PUMPING - Re- WE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd . place and repair work. 3 .years level buildings; cabinet wo1·k, HELP BUILD SUMMIT YOUTH ing that pleases_ BB's Washer condition, many extras; LE 7 Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198.~· to pay; JU 8-8734 • GR 4-5945. concrete· work. Reasonable; CENTER! Buy a button Nov. 1 c 2 Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409. 6106; Bill's Boat House, 173rd 'llctf St., Spa11away. 12p8 · 3ctf . 3cH LE 7-3550. 3ctf at local stores!

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WILL GIVE free trailer space rental in exchange for. baby sit- Homes In Parkland Commun· ting; some compensation; LE 7- ities; Acreage close in, either 5910 after 5:00. 5c8 with or without buildinlJS. 10 ACRES. Mountain Highway WOMEN ..,-- Earn Christmas toy frontage. Good 2-bed.room gifts; have a Toy Party in your home; barn and shop. Suitaple home .. CaH LE 7-6717. ,. 5c8 for motel or trailer court. $600 down will handle. ,,found 40 ACRES. On creek; near Bethel High School. 2-bedroom home LOST Small · golden fen\alo with basement. Good water syscocker pup, vicinity 98th and tem. Bargain for quick sale. Golden Given; valued as keep- Terms. sake; GR 2-2274. 6c8 SPANAWAY. 1-bedroom home. $300 down. Call Mr. Tibbitts 9 Buy

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USED. CAMERAS and photo equipment for resale. QUALITY 11220 ·Pacific Ave. PHOTO SERVICE, LE 7-7271, Office-,-Days: LE 7-8695 9818 Pacific Ave. 8ctf Evenings-WA 7-9221, GR 4-3815 . .

Home Wiring

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AERIFYING <i FERTILIZING; BLENDED TOP SOIL; peat; barn· J.017 E. KING Stl,'eet will be your lawn a treat; JU !l- ' yard i:>ompost; sand; free •esti•. availbble fo1'· occupancy Nov. 2AUTO GLA::>S; S(ilat covers; up· give 2111. · 1 3ctf mates, JU 8-211.1. 3ctf and right people. can move in as holstery ·& convertible . top~ insoon as papers get back from stalled. Open 9.:00 a.m. to 1:00 BRICK WORK House level" owner in California. Call Jennie, Rough or Fi11ished p.m. Saturdays. ART'S GLASS ing and foundations, ~etainJng LE 7-8609 for information and & UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 816 So. walls, sidewalk and patios, fire· time to see. Tacoma Ave. MA 7-2200. !:lctf Direct from Sawmill place and stone ·.work. LE . 7Jerune L. Grodvig 4291 3 · Davis Road, Graham, Wash. Fuel Insurance of All Kinds VI 7-2229 Slabs . Notacy Public FUEL - Mill wood, 2-cord load GRAVEL - ·All sizes; top soil; In Parkland Since 1941 Est. $16; fireplace wood, alder, levefing; weekend deliveries; LE 7-8609 Office maple, .2-cord load $35; single .LE 7 "7291. !I! 3ctt cord $20; Orting 1'W 3~5850, LE 802 Garfield St., -Parkland Low Prices! 1-0778. 4ctf "Deal· with the people ·who gM. SIPANA\VAY S you their personal attention." GR 2"7038

Park Avenue

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TACOMA UPHOLSTERY Special on reupholstering dav~ EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, enport, chair, as low as $129. by the bale, ton or truck load; Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 15ctf 13ctf 0327.

13--Farm Column

WANTED TO RENT -d-- Few acres pasture with barn; 10 head livestock; near Parkland; LE 7-6764. 13c8 FOR SALE-,-Oat and clover hay, $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE 7-5972. 13ctf.

Day Free ·Trial 20 Year Guarantee Goodyear Air Foam Famous Red-Line Foundation

BREED YOUR COW ARTIFICIALLY to •sires proved great. Washington Proved Sire Service. Ge,orge Lytle,.• technician;• ril1one 141st. S;... Pac, AY:t:· . . . LE. 7-3lHl O!Jen Till 9:60 p.m. . Yelm 3931, or Graham VI .7-. l 3ctf BE SURE TO CHECK oil prices 7417 before 9 :00 a.m. before ordering your winter oil 14 supply. LAPENSKI FUEL. 9920 15ctf GOOD CHILD CARE in my home, Pacific Ave. LE 7-8173.

Parkway Furniture

• Work Wanted

Parkland area. Licensed. LE 7- LEAVE FILM at Quality Fhoto 3688 14ctf Service for developing, In at SEWING, alternations, mending, 10. out at 5 9818 PBcifir "Ave_ ironing; reasonable; quick service; LE 7-5636. 14ctf WANTED - Reliable baby sitter for 3 children; own transportation, or live in. Call evenings. LE 7-5152. 14ctf WILL DO first class ironing in my home. LE 7-8769, 1502 S. 116th. 14p8

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FOR SALE Siegler heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. 15ctt

RCA ZENITH MAGNOVOX LAKEWOOD TV & APPLIANCE Sales , Service TERMS • TRADES JU 8-8877 Pioneers of Lakewood

Expert T. V. Repair Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Tube Testi11g

POCH El. Distributing Co.

Your Fuel Oil & Appliance Dealer 140th & Pacific , LE 7-8624 !RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIO, 9995 Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resi-, dence, LE 7-4051. 15ctf.

Midland Nursing Home 10816 Portland Ave. LE 7-5395 LICENSED NURSES ON DUTY 24-HOURS A DAY

RUBBER STAMPS made to order; Blauvelt Printing Co., 8614 TAP DANCING LESSONS. BePortland Avenue, LE 7-5853_ gilll'ling and advanced. Call Jim 15c7 Nylander; LE 7-0574. 15ctf BRAND NEW ----, Light.weight BIG 2-leaf table, 6 fOain rubher, portable sewing machine, round handle back chairs, $98.80. bobbin, 12 attachments. Sews PA'itKWAY FURNITURE, 1410.3 forward and rever~e, $32.50. Pacific Ave., LE 7-3941. Open Dlr. 5440 So. Tacoma.Way. '15c8 till 9:00. 15c7


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ESTABLISHED TOY ROUTES Good Income No Selling-No Experience -Necessary Operate from home We Place and Locate All Racks SPARE OR FULL TIME Earn up to ·$350 monthly refilling and collecting from ow· MAGIC TOY RAC:\{S in yow· area. Must have car-references-five hours spare time weekly-and minin;tum investmest of ,$495-lor iocal interview-write at once giving phone mih1bcr.

HAROLD'S SHOE SERVICE e Repah's • e Men's and Children's .Shoe Dept.

SUMMIT

9 11.m. - 6 .p.Jri. Close.d Su,n. XMAS SPECIAL - Photi:>s 8x10 $15.00 doz.; 5x7 $10.00 doz.; phqto Xmas cards. $1.75, $.4.50 •doz. Evening .and Satw·day appointments; 8411 •'So. Park.Ave. ·Family Portrait Studip. 15ctf

ADAM

STOR.KvllLE BABY SHOP

HOOVER $29 CAN'T. pay for this nice. cleaner due fo unemployment; pay off at $5 eac~ month andi.t's. yours; free home \lemonstration; open till •9;00. UP'J,'ON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Ma:rket.•S.t., FU 3"2551. ·· · ·· · . · 15c8

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GLOVES for children, men and _ w~mct1;- ,;y()~l , he~d scarves; . fii L ch1ldte.n's hoods ·.m- 'Angora; . . qU•R· g boy's le<itherette hats; ALLISON VARIETY STORE, LE 7- HORSE SHOEING ~ Dick Morris, 5658; 9.9th & Portland Ave. 15c8 Rt. :\, Box 600, Tacoma. LE 7--6229. 16p10 PARKLAND FURNITURE -New and u~e.d-miscellan~us; Airport -HORSES BOARDED _Excellent & Pacific Ave. Residence phone B t !ls $40 th LE 7-3748. 1 5 ctl ~are . . ox s .a , p_er mon mcludmg hay and· gram. Kenny :'IPECIAL. 'ORDERS CAKES- Dunlap. 1 mile west of Rocky Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann Ridge Corner on Benston Road. "qµ kPrv 1.5ctf 16cl0

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LOST JOB and can't pay for GE cleaner; all attachments; only $18 due at $5 each month; free home demonstration; open till 9:00. UP'l'ON ELECTRIC CO .. 1148 Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c8

A_ce Dirt Moving Co.

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PRE,· HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Distinctive Styling To Your Taste!

IiULLDOZING - DITCIDNG. . GRAVEL • TOP SOIL • SEPTIC TANKS • DRAIN FIELDS 1750 9th St. S.W;, Puyallup P.hone Puyallup TH 5•2452 FOR SALE OR TRADE - For fireplace wood; 4 Bundles Shakes, '%. "x18";. Feed Grinder No. 6; Ladies Green 'Fur. Trimmed Coat; Ladies :)3lack Sacony Suit; Silk Rose Colored Suit. All size 12. Call after 5 p.m.; JU 80567. 15c8 I

NORGE REFRIGERATOR; good, clean condition, .$65; Dick Kir.• sten, Roy; p~one Yelm 3679. ' 15p8 REPOSSESSED l!SEJ:? less than 6 mbn.ths; divan and chair $119.00; 252-coil innerspring mattress and :1._box spi-ing $39.75 . . . PARKWAY FURNITURE, 14103 Pacific Ave. LE, 7c3941; Open till 9. 15c8 FOR SALE ...:_ Eefriierators and Free'Wl'.s; .all floor models reducced for clearan.c.e; ,MONTGOMERY· - WAE.D, JU 8c6654, FU 3-2671. 15c9

Earle's Evergreens

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Face Kent-Meridian Friday Franldin Pierce's Cardinals take on one of th;; stronger teams in the Puget Sound League when they trek to Kent Friday night. ·The Kent-Meridian Royals are currently riding along in fifth place after a fast start. Latest comparative score would giv_e Franklin Pierce the edge between the two teams since the Cards defeated Sumner 19-0 while the Royals blanked the Spartans last weekend ..14-0 at Sumner. But scores of past games would give the Royals .~ dedded edge since . the Kent-Meridian forces lost by a single touchdown to.Clover Park and Renton, the two powers of the league. Coach Eldon Kyllo.'s forces, however, believe th'ey have a solid' chance to. upset the Royals CERAMIC REAL CLAY QUARRY FREE ESTIMATES Kitchens - Bathrooms - Etc.

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and will be out to improve their league standing. fl. win would shove the Cards above ,the Royals into fifth place, which would be quite a place in the standings after a dismal season start. The .Card forces had a bye, last week which was quite timely since the entfre high school was beset with the 'flu epidemic. Kyllo is hopeful of having most of his forces ready for action Friday night .although one can µever tell in these days of 'ttncertainty caused by the inflenza seige. Sophomores who played in the Sumner game p1'obably will see some action against Kent. This would include Ken Southall, Ricky Smidt, Joe Mancuso, Terry Brink, and others who rolled for a touchdown against the Spart· ans. But the experienced seniors will be called upon for the main lo.ad. The change of Bob Spradley to fullback and Graham Rol~tad's promotion to the first team. as quarterback helped ··the cause against Sumner and the change ~cems permanent. Kyllo is counting on the line spearh'.eaded by Gary Gehrman to halt the strong ground attack of the ;Royals.

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Central's higb flying Wildcats and the strong Eastern Washington Savages will battle it out for the Evergreen Conference this fall. The other teams have fallen by the wayside in the quest for the title. This news is a sad note for Tacoma area fans including both Pacific Lutheran and CoJ.!ege of Puget Sound fans. Many thought the two local forces would battle for the title and so did some of the national experts who picked the Loggers and Lutes one-two in the title chase. But expel'ts can be wrong and the Wildcats and Savages proved it. Cent<al's 25-7 win over CPS Saturday and the Lute's 16-0 loss to Eastern obliterated any remaining hope for both schouls, particularly PLC which no~ has lost two games via the shutout route. The Lutes in !act haven't scored since they defeated 1Jniversjty of British Columbia Thunde1·birds, 26-0. What caused the downfall? The dire heed of depth coupled with injuries paved the way for the grid losses as the lack of reserves proved too much of a !handicap. Tommy Gilmer's knee injury, which is the first that he's suffered in his college career, gave the offense a shock that it hasn't recovered from as of this date. Gilmer always seems to give the Lutes that added spark that a team needs to triumph. Local observers dld not rate the Lutes too strong as a title hope since the lack of reserves was apparent at the start even though the far away forecasters thou:;ht differently. Asian flu caused the weakening of the team further as it faced Central and Ee.stern on successive Saturdays. The remaining excitement on the schedule appears to be the race for a high pqsition in the final standings, the homecoming game and the final battle with the Loggers. Good luck to the Lutes iii the remaining games.

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Staffed by students from Pacific Lutheran Cc;llege, the drivein vdll -}Jave its ±\:dl siippJy cf ~oJiegintc .::.trnosphc}e, .7h£. otic-story brick and ftnrne ?trUcture .~s. dl:signed ·t? give. max~ 1rr1un1 efi_1cH~ncy sr·rv1ce \v1th a min'irnuxn of :waiting. .t\.1nple bla'c1:top p:i:rking n:rca surrounds the building, irisuring service for till ·custorners nt nny time. The drive-in will be open from 10:30 a.m. till 11 p.m. wcPkdnys.

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Cofieyvi!ie, Kansas, 4/2/56 ,,-- R. H. Smith believes he may have seen a ..spacecra!t from another planet in close proximity to his house on April 2."'He kno-\vs he 'didn't dream the whole thing, since -his 1,vife a-~vake'ned -hhn fro1n a snooze vvhen she became alarmed over th.e .•increasing velocity of the wind shortly after 8 p.m. Mr. Smith said, "I went outside to chcck the clouds and to my astonishment saw this illuminated craft gliding down towards a neighbor's home. There was no framework visible, but tho lighted body appeared somewhat shorter than the standard airplane with a wingspan of about 30 feet. It hovered over the Lee .Fortcnburry house, about 500 feet south of om- home, at what I judged about 300 feet altitude, then glided across the road to circle the Thurman 'Watson house before starting toward our home." "Ah.out then I began to get shaky. I thought, what if it is a spacec1·aft from the moon or men from Mars trying to locate Coffeyville. I couldn't imagine how I would conver.se with them if they did use our front yard for a landing field." Before the craft reached .our place, however, it veered off and st:irt.cd to '\Scene! again. Just then, Mrs. Smith came ou.t to sec what was keeping me and she also saw the craft. For a few minutes, it appeared to send spots o£,1ight from it and then disappeared into the clouds." .Mrs. Smith has always been skeptical about this flying saucer busipess. "I'm still skeptical," he said, "but we certainly saw something."

·OPEN HOUSE-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Critchley will celebrate their 50th wedding am1iversary at their home ai 2~() East 112th street Sunday afternoon, Nov. 3, from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock.. The couple have been residents of the. community for 30 years and all friends and neighbors· are conliaily invited to. share this happy occasion with them. Receiving with them. will be theit· three sons., Orville .ol Spnnaway, John of Tacoma and Alfred of El f;ajon, California. There are five grandchildren. ...:...Photo by McKewen

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Woodland P-TA will meet Friday evening, Nov. 8, at the school. Serving during tbe social * ;!: * hour will be the following 5th Alamo, Texas, 7/2/57 - Another UFO was observed in the grade room· mothers: Mesdames valley, heading southeast towards Mexico. "It looked like a flaming golf ball, traveling at tremendous speed". Mrs. Frank Wendel, sup- Leslie Muschatt, Robert Maas; ervisor of the ground observer post at Alamo said. The sighting Cad Ziemer and Julian N orwil. was made at 8:15 p.m. and· the light was visible for at least three Correction minutes. "The light kept blinking but the object made no noise Your reporter made a mistake that wi: could hea;r".~he ad~ed, that tl:e. pos~, wh.ich is s?t up i:t hP;r on the Woo<lland P-TA Carnival home, 1s cqmpp~d with a high1y scns.1bve. hstenmg dev1ce which IS <lat last week-the carnival will capable of bnngmg m the noise of birds m trees blocks away. · e Pl b . h * * * be he1cl Nov. 16. an to rmg t e Cincinnati, Ohi~. 9 /30/55 - A witness reported a bright red and family and jo_in in . the fun. green object sailing· low and without sound over his house. An Thanks to Rad10 Stat10n KAYE hour ,later, another witness reported two large, red objects over for broadcasting the correction the Mount H.ealthy area. One o! the red 1!ghts "bouncci'd like a. ball." to prevent people from planning When an airplane approachea, .the obiect. changed from red to to attend on the .date stated. white and shot swiftly and soundlessly to the southeast. Den Mothers 1

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Susan Swanson At the Oct. 24 meeting of Parkland Unit No. 228, President Hazel Mackey warmly welcomed the honored guests: Mable Hart, District president, and Eunice Hughes, District vice president, who brought very instructive 'messages to the i;ncmbers. Helen Jensen, rehabilitation chain11a1i, reminded the members .thaL thei~ Christmas gifts for American. Lake hospital should be turned ·in to her; the deadline is Nov. 20. Parkland Unit will be hostesses at· American Lake hospital guest ·hut Sunday, Nov. 10, 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. The games party given by our Unit at Orting Sold!ers Home was a great success. The men enjoyed the sandwiches and cakes supplied by the ladies.

Information contained in this series courtesy of Aerial Phenom• The three Vv'oodland Den ena Research G1·oup, Seattle, Washington. Mothers of Cub Scout Pack 91 attended the two sessions of PLANNING A .SPACE TRIP? BEFORE YOU LEAVE, STOCK UP. Mountain Valley Distr.ict Dem AT THE Mothers Work Shop Oct. 23 arid 30 at ·the Methodist church .in Puyallup. Gaining many helpful hints on crafts and the conducting of de'n meetings were Mrs. Charles Burgmcir (Den 6), Mrs. Sarah Ferguson (Den 1) and Mrs. Art Harbor (Den 8). 167th Pacific Ave. Spamaweilj :':: Reporter-Mrs. J. C. Mulliris, SPANA.WAY •..• 12-0Z. TIN Puyall~1p TH 5-8621.

The Summit-Woodland-Collins fire department members were called out to "stand by" Satur. day when a. truck loaded with building insulation material overturned on Waller road between 44th and 45tb. The firemen hacl to wash the 1 spilled oil and gasoline off the road before letting the traffic past. Home Again Mrs. Fay Clover (Dorothy) returned home Thursday after t1!ree weeks in Titusville, Pa., where she visited friends and relatives. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Corlett are receiving congratulations on the birth of their first grandchild, a son, Terry James Van Horn, born Oct. ·20 in a Tacoma hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Van Horn (Susan Corlett). Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Van Horn of Tac.oma are the other· grandparents. P-TA Membership The Central Avenue P-TA membership drive. ends Oct. 31. The 50c dues should be sent to the school or .Mrs. Richard. Maxfield -CLE 7-8270) should be notified and she will call for the money. Sympathy Deepest sympatny goes fro:pi friends and neighbors to the family of John Green of 10016 Pennsylvania avenue who died at his home Friday. He had lived in the community since 1938. He is survived by his wife, Lillian, five sisters and one brother. Our deepest sympathy also goes to the Russell Sheppard family of 5717 East 103rd (a block off Canyon road) on the death of their son, Guy Williams, w.ho would have been .12 years

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LEG A.LS KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Pierce Cuunlv Fire Disltict No. 7 !Spnnmvay-Elk Plain) Attorney cannot in {he ·rutui-e. ans\ver 217 Garfield Street fire calls outside the District Pnrkhrnl fo the Superior Court of the State except i:1:hc1·e ther(· ar0 l\1utunl ;\id agtee:rnents \Vith existing of Washington in and for the .Fi1·(~ Dislricts. Count.y of Pierce. V..le sympathjze ,v]th apyone No. U::!IJ :~ fucing a sr.::rious fire Jos's, Lut SOMMONS po:-:?ibln ll'!gnl CDn1p1icutions BY PUBLICATION inak.'c this action hnpern tive in ' ;JAMES W. CRA'fE, and . the best inter,i·sis of thl' DistHAZEL CRATF:, hw;h:rnd and rict. vtife, Boanl of Plnintiffs, Commissioners Vs. PCFD No. 7 ANDREW BABCOCK, deceased,· and MACCm !COOPER) BAB(Paid Adv.) COCK, decensed, and the Unknown Heirs at Law of tho. PETERS, TRACY & WIT'l' said Andrew Babcock, ann Attorneys Maggie Cooper Babcock, deceased; and ROBERT B1\BCOCK 11024 Pacific Averwe and Jane Doe Babcock. his In the Superior Comt . of the wife; SYLVESTOR BABCOCK Stnte 11£ Washingion1 for Pierce and Jane.; Doc B!lbcock, his County. \vife; an.d IlESTER (1'IRS. WILLIAM BOYER) BABCOCK NO. 1331153 and her husband WILLIAM SUMMONS BOYER; MARY JANE (MRS. DOROTHY RICHMIRE, JOSH WILSON) WILSON, and Plaintiff, her husband Josh Wilson; if ... vs"'he n-bovc na1ned pai~tios ~:t"rc deceased, nm UNKNOWN SIDNEY RICHMIRE, HEIRS AT LAW of the above Defendant. named parties; MRS. FLOR- TO SIDNEY RICHMIRE, DefendENCE SHEELER, and John Doe ant: Sheeler; and MRS. HERB You arc hereby summoned to SHEELER, and her husband, a pp ear within sixty ( 60) days John Doe Sheeler, if living, or the Unknown Heirs at Law of after the first publication of this the above n1'.mcd pnrties; and Summons, to-wit: Thursday, OcJESUS TORRES and Jane Doe tober 24, 1957, and defend· this Torres, if married, if living, if actio.n, and ..serve a copy of you1· deceased, the Unknown He.irs Answer upon the plaintiff's atat '.Law of the said Jesus Torres, and Jane Doe Torl'es, torneys and in case of your failhis wife, if deceased; THE Ul'e to so do, judgment will be STATE OF WASHINGTON: rendered against you according and all other persons or parties to the demand of the Complaint, unknown claiming any right, which has been filed with the title, estate, lien, or interest in Clerk of sak! Court. the real estnte d7"~cribed in Plaintiff seeks divorce upon the Complaint herein, the grounds of a five year separDBfendants. The State of Washington to the ation. said Andrew Babcock, deceased, SCHUYLER J. WITT and Maggie Cooper Babcock. dePeters, Tracy & Witt ceased, and the Unknown Heil"s 11024 Paqific Ave. at Law of the said Andrew BabTacoma, Washington cock and Maggie Cooper Babcock, deceased; and Robert Babcock Published in the Times Journal and Jane Doe Babcock, his wife; Oct. 2'1, 31; Nov. 7, 1957. Sylvestor Babcock, and Jane Doe Babcock. his wife; and Hester (Mrs. William Boyer) Babcock, PETERS, TRACY & WITT and her husband, William Boyer; Attorneys Mary J'!ne (Mrs. Josh Wilson) 11024 Pacific Avenue Wilson, and her husband Josh In the Superior Court of t..'1e Wi1;on; if the above named State of Washington, for Piei·ce parties a.re liyL."lg, and if the County. above named parties arc deceased, the Unknown heirs at NO. 63905 Law of the above named parties; NOTICE TO. CREDITORS Mrs. :plorence Sheeler. and John Doe Sheeler, her husband; Mrs. In the Matter of the GuardianHerb Shcelnr, :md her husband, ship of ,Tohn Doe Sheeler, if living, or HERMAN C. TIETJE, the unknown heirs. at law of the An Incompetent person. above named parties; and Jes~s NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Torres, and ,Jane Doe Torres, if . " • married, if living, and if deceas- that the undersigned was, on the ed, the Unknown Heirs at Law 17th' day of October, 1957, apof the said Jesus Torres, and Jane pointed the guardian of I.he esDoe 'l'orros, l;iis wi'.e, if deceases!; tate of HERMAN C; TIE'l'JE, al! The Statti of Washmr;t.on; and all incompetent person, ax.id that Qther persons Ol' parties Ul\knoWIJ.. ,. · . . 1:laiming ai+Y right, tit,\~ ..e,state, '.etcci·s of guardianship have been lien, pr interestin the i-eal estate issued to h.er by the Clerk of the described in the Complaint, here- above-entitled Court. in, DEFENDAN'l'S: . All persons having claims Youand each of you are he.re~y against said H.ERMA.N C. TIETJE, summoned to appear w1thm · . . twenty (20) days, exclusive ofthe a:n. meompetent person, ~re reday of service, if served in the qmred to serve them· with the County, or within sixty (60) days necessary vouchers duly verified, aftor th0 date of tbe first publi- . upon :qw, as guardian of the cation of this smnmons, to wit, estate of HERMAN C. TIETJE, an IV:iihin sixty (60) clays after the incompetent person, or upon my 26th day of September, 1957, and said attorney of record' herein, defend the above entitled action in the Superior Court afores11id SCHUYLER J. WITT, and his and answer the complaint of the office at 11.024 Pctcific Avenu.e, plaintiffs and serve a copy of Tacoma 44, Washington, \;r:ithin your answer upon the under- six (6) months after the date of signed attorney for the plaintiffs, the first publication of this notice, at his office below stated; and in to wit: Within six (6) months case of your failuxe so to do, after the 24th day of October, judgment will be rendered against yo\1 according to the dem11nds 1957, and file the same with the of the complaint in this action Clerk of the above-entitled Court, which has been filed with the together with woof of said sm'vice, or they shall be forever barclerk of this court. , The object of this action is to red. Quiet 'l'itlc in the Plaintiffs, and Dated this 17.th day of October, for the Specific Performance of 1957. Sale of Real. Estate in Pierce .. ELSIE M. BRESEMAN County: W a.shington, described as Guardian of the estate of follows: West Hal! of Lot 24, and all Herman C. 'Tietje, an inof Lots 25 and.26, in Block 18, competent pe1'son, adBROOKDALE, Pierce County, dress: State of Wa'lhington, accord1702 So.uth "I'..' Street ing to Plat recorded· in Boo.k Tacoma, Washington 5, of Plats at Page 7, Pierce SCHUYLER J. WITT Coonty, Washington, against the claim of the defendPeters, Tracy & Witt ants and any one of them. 11024 .Pacific Avenue KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Tacom'a 44, Wasla. Attorney for the Plaintiffs Published in the Times Journal Get. 24, 31; Nov. 7, 1.95.7. Office and Post OUice Address: 217 Garfield Street P.O. Box 2456, Parkland Branch Tacoma 41, Washington, U.S.A. Published in the· Times-Journal The following officers have Sept. 26; Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1957, hccn olcr-tcd by the 4th grad<; Brownie troop: President, Mary State of Washington, Office ol Jean Connell; secretary, Sandra Supen•ieor of Water Resources, Mitchell; treasurer, Sheila TayOlympia. lor; publicity, Linda Burgeson; NOTICE OF AMENDED telephone, Betty Gogan. GROUND WATER RIGHT Bicycle Missing APPLICATION NO. 3·105 A 5th g,rader at Coilins school 'fAKE NOTICE: That ARNOLD S. ANDREWS, is looking for his bike,' a blue 24" Sr., .of Graham, Washington on with white cross bar. It was tak01·toher 15, l!l53 filed npplication en.. from the bike rack at school permit to withdraw public Inst Thursday. Anyone seeing waters through a sump BHuated within the SW% SE% of this bike please call LE 7-8459 Section 10, Township lSN., Range and make a boy bappy. Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burge•.!E.Vv.M., in Pierce County, in !lie amount of 300 gallons pe1· son, LE 7-7640. minute, subject to existinfo( rights during irrignti_on scnson, cnch HELP BUILD SUMMIT YOUTH for the purpose of irriga- CENTER! Buy a button Nov. l - 2 and continuously for do- at local stores! supply. Any object.ions must be ac~ tmnp:mied by a two dollar ($'.l.00) recording fee and filed the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty days from Nov. 7, 1957. \VitnGss my hand and official this: 25th dRy of Octobr:.>r, Fresh Insulin M. G. WALKER !Downtown Prices State Supe1-vis01· Pay Phone Bills Here of Water Resources. Published in tho Times ,Journal 31; Nov. 7, 1957. 8227 Park Ave. GR .4-334"1 Across from Fern Hill P.O.

217 Gi'trfield Street Parkland . . in the Superior .Court of the State of Washingt~n, In and F~r the County of Pierce. In Probate. No, 6389() NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS In the Matter of the Estate of ELLIS HILLBERG, and SARAH JANE HILLB,gRG, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Letters of Administration on the Estat!? of Ellis '.Hillberg, and Sarah Jane Hillberg, Deceased, were granted to the undersigned, on the lllh day of October, 1957, by the said Superior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required

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Harold C. Foster of Sumner and Elmer Larson of Roy are newly elected supervisors of the Plerce County Soil Conservation District. Results of the Oct. 25 election are announced by Election Judge Joel Olson. Other polling '~mcers are George Purcell and Mrs. Stella Buchanan. Harold. Foster,. berry and poultry farmer of Sumner, was elected t9 a three-year -term, having roes of any of the four candidates. Second in number of votes was ceived the highest number of votElmer Larson of Roy, well known dairy farmer in that community. While Mr. Foster has already served one .term as S. C. D. supervisor, this well be the first time Elmer Larson has served,. The total number of vt·ters casting ballots w'ere 174 and the official count as announced by · the polling officers was as follows: Harold C. Foster; Sumner, 116 votes; Elmer Larson, Roy, 98 votes; A. P. Riddell, Sumne1·, ·63 vote,s; ·Frank Swalarider, Orting, 68 votes. The Pierce County S. C. D. is governed by. a board of five farmer-supervisors. Other members are Otto Reise, Jr., Puyallup; John J. Kominski, Roy and David C. Parker, Spanaway .. The board meets ·,:on the last Thursday of each month af 8:00 p. m. and the regular meeting place is the ·scs office in Puyallup.

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