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Carnival At School' Friday

Parkland Boy Scout Troop No. 133 will hold a pancake supper at Trinity Lutheran church Monday evening, Nov. 11, beginning Illness ir,i the community necesat 5:30 o'clock. Sausage and apple sauce v-.·i!l be served; pro- sitated the p"stponement of the ceeds \vill go for camping equip-, Coliins school carnival last week, but due to popular demand the incnt. spoo];s and gcblins will come alive again Friday evening, Nov. 8, at the Collins schooI. :Miss Ror,1':ct, one of the newer and larger hydroplanes, will be on displny,, weather permitting. The baby eo11tcst offers wardFriday evening, Nov. 8, is the robe awards for the six months dc•te of the Midland Orihope<lic to two year division, doll and Guild's annual turkey and saltricycle for the .two year to four mon dinner to be held in the year division; four first awards Midland Improvement club hall, will be given. , Ten :wonderful serving from 5:30 until 8:00 o'awards .will be given f9r the Coscleck. All proceeds from this tume Walk, age four years thru event go to the Mary Briflg,; the 5th grade; There will also be childrens hospital. Mrs. Francis 10 other awards. Hushek is general rhnirman of Hamburgers, hot dogs, homethe dinner and will be assisted by Mrs. Charles Brouwer, presi- -made pies, doughnuts, pop and dent; Mrs. Kenneth Lampitt, coffee will be found at the vice-president; Mrs. Edmund Witch's Fly-In. Other carnival features include Goebel, secretary; Mrs. LaVerne Olsen, treasurer; and mempers, doll booth, . ball. throw, spook Mesdames Henry Teffre, Peter room, Dad's. TY room, bake sale, Tdfre, Carl Taylor, Roy Taylor, Christmas booth, homemade canDonald Kemp, Charles Berg, dy, fish pond, balloon bust, merGlenn Pearcy, Onni Tapio, Albert ry-go-round, E:iddyland, makeAsplund, Herman Bolander, Ellis up room and teen-age dance. All Larson, Walter Corrigan, Frank are invited to cmrle early and Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, stay late. Millard Hutchins, John Miller, Those in charge of the carnival David Scheidt, Norman Williams, regret that it was not possible to Clarence Johann, James V\Talker, reach everyone; to those who Gordon Andreasen, James Gill came to the school Thursday evand Ne1s Johnson. ening, a sincere apology! 4-H members from three of the Midland girls 4-H clubs will assist with the serving. The public is cordlallT invited to come o•.it and enjoy the evening and a wonderful dinner·

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(AHTNC - WAC Pvt. Audrey D. Coones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ,Coones, 1114 East 104th St., Tacoma, recently completed eight"Weeks of basic trnining ·at the Women's Army Corps Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. Pvt. Coones was gradu~ted from Franklin Pierce high school in June of this year. • (U.S. Army Photo)

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Brookdale P-TA will hold a James Sales Grange Ladies' bake sale all day Friday, Nov. 8, Auxiliary will hold its annual bazaar and roast beef dinner Sattl t the Big Bear store, 133rd and urday, Nov. 9, at the Grange hall Pacific avenue. just west of Park avenue on 113th street, the bazaar starting at 3:00 p.m. and the dinner to he served,. from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Mrs: 0. C. Wisner is general To Check Oil Prices *Chairman. The bazaar booths Before Ordering will feature ,many attractive gift articles ·and homemade foods; Your Winter following the dinner there will Oil Supply be games.

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Nov. 12 -'- Parkland Preschool regular meeting. James Sales PTA regular meeting,· Nov. 13 - Central Avenue PTA regular meeting. HarvardMidland P-TA board meeting. Nov. 19 --.,- Brookdale P-'rA rngular meeting. Centr~l Avenue Preschool regular meet.mg. Harvard-Midland · Prescf.ool board meeting. James Sales'· .Preschool regular meeting. Nov. 20 - Central Avenue P-

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The Midland-Central AvenueCollins Well 13aby Clinic will be huld in the Midland fire hall, 85th and East Jackson, Wednesday, Nov. 13, with registration from 9:00 to ·10:00 a.m. Dr. George Bat.ey will be the attend1 ing phy8ician. For further .informalion, call MIDDLE AGE: That's when Mrs. Andrew Christensen, LE 7 the age and the inches around the middle reach the 7823, Oi' Mrs. LE 7-5529. "sa1nc _figure!

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Other Festival chairmen ar.:.. fish pond, Mcsclames,.Clyne Hoover, I,cRoy Trett, Frank Petoski, And.tow Qualland; musical chairs, Mesdames Raymond Frericks, Cnr.lyle Jurgens, Curtis Parsons; pop and ice cre2.m, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Critchley. Movies, Morgan Webb; games, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason, Mrs. J. B. Craig; clown game, Mrs. El· mer Krumpos; dart booth, Mr. and - Mrs. Phil Taylor; paper booth, Mrs. Walter Cotten, John Iverson; popcorn, Bruce Taylor. Country Store, Mesdames Oliver Omat, Ralph Alexander,' Rudy Engebretsen, Clinton A. Piper; ceramics, Mrs. Dan Olin, Miss Lila Southworth; teachers games, Jim Nylander, Sam Green, Francis Denton; garden booth, Mrs. Morgan Webb, Mrs. Lowell Kent; make-up booth, Mrs. Matilda Symmons; adult skill games, Clyde Hoover. Others assisting are: Tickets, Mrs. Sam Green; donations, .Mrs. Roy Norgan; buying, Mrs. Clyde Hoover; construction, Les Coss; posters, Dick Frasier.

(AHTNC)-Sgt. Cqarles W. Karr, whose wife, La Rue, 'lives at' 12815 Pacific hwy., SW, Tacoma, Wash., recently was graduated from the Seventh Army Non-Commissioned Officer Academy in Muniqh, Germany. Scr··geant Karr, as a bridge foreman with the 38th Engineer Panel Bridge Company 'in Kornwestheim, A veteran of more than 15 years' Army service, he has been in Germany on this tour of duty silice last J uue. (U. S. Army Photo)

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Franklin Pierce's drama de, partment will stage its first fall play next yVednesclay in .the school cafeteria at 8:00 p.m. "Green Valley" will be portrayed by 25 high school students under the dfrection of Mrs. Eliza beth Bailey. The play is a delightful comedy-fantasy with a California mountain valley setting in the background. The character.s are farm folks who speak with a dialect. Eldon Bcny, the .owneroperator of a potato farm, find§ many pl'Oblems as he tries to lwep his farm from the clutches of Tybias J. Everheal, a big time potato operator. Dennis Archer, 9th grade student, and Louis Guizetti share the leads in the comedy. Brenda Littrell also plays flJ:f important role in the Franklin Pierce school production. Donations are nominal and proceeds will go to the drama department for future activities.

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By Ernest I. Hopp How does it foe! to be the top individual 4-H poultry judge in the state? Ask Jim Bennett of 'the Fifo .4-H club. He led the . . th ltrv i"udcrin•' scorers m ' e pou • b 0

contest at the recent state 4-I-I fnir at Yakima" The Pierce Cotmty team placed first. Jim's teammates were Davil Larson from Edgewood, Harry Te)ling from Fife, and Roberta R*d from Puyallup. '£hese youngsters also finished first at the Southwest Washington Fair and seconcl at the Western Washington Fair. Judging contests at fairs offer

4-H'e!rS,tl)'.I. ex.cellent OJl'P,b!ittn.iiY. their.home.Jife ~as .. either N~I'.'J:"pr.ec.iate .:them ag dev~!Qping. j,n, to ~hl'.l>'I' whl,lt J;)ley J;+toW about happ;,: ~dairly h~pi;iy. Th.is, Wdt clividw:ils i\'h~· . cm'i" m~1:-e th0ir f,DOi( and, poor qt1'tll.t)'. :i;;roduct$. $E(l/S1 ',c:an be ·rnteTpr'f..'ted- to_ mc..an C\Vn dt."C:i.s·ior~. ________..__ Qctol:ie•r 1. mai;l<ecl the statt tl1td _ t~~~:·?--/ ~r£~ in~iny ))·-4}':.l o.r 1 i,~g hUJ;'PiJll'9~: At tht;;" sµme ~cbie\ ()f ii new 4-!{ club Year, Thi.s is the· time of year to organize time; differnnt degrees of hnppi·· clubs. Good le1dorn seem to be hes~~ \Vere indicated. Thr~ next step was to tt-y to find out what the limiting factOr. The youngmade fm- the different degrees. sters ure eager. Boys and girls Of course, happiness is un .. Me)Ilbers ·or the McChord AFB between 10-21 years of uge are eligible for club work. Five mem- douhtec:lly more complicated and Non -Co1nrnissioned Office;rs \A.Tiv0s bet's are·needed to form a dt\b. involved 1.han any one thing. Club wi!l hold their monthly l3.ut here .ate some of the thini,s business meeting· Nov. 13, at 1:15 The vo11p meets at least. once esch month. ME'mbe1·s mll,y $elect that seemed io be involved. in p.m. in the Ca~cade Room of the from over tiiirty agdqihural 1),:0,d the happier home life: parents NCO Qpcn Mess. Colonel V<,>rnoi;i, L. Stit1tZi, home eco;nomics projects. +,euq- are happy with eacn other, pal'· et·s serve 9n .Iii voh1toor basis and ents are. rea£onably we.11 edu- base commander, is sche,duled t() luwe a wonderful opportunity to iatet.l, family has an income thnt speak to the group on a supject do a service for their community. is adequate for thdr needs, par- of interest to all wives. Mrs. Harold Neil, chairman of For further information, contact ents rule with a light hand, and p!lrents_ ilre nblr~ to corr11nunicate the nominating committee, will the County Agenl's offk:e. to their children that they ap- announw th" committee's slate * Q:: ~:

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Dec~rnb~r elec'.tio11s. Oth~r i:n~in­ hers of tbs comrrdbtee are J'rles., datnes Ron[l!d Hag,en, Louis Pen, ske nnd i\1.ich.ael Sti·ay. , Plans for the Christmas cock• tnil p:uty will alsc. be discussed at this meeting. · Members are i:eminded to brinr; ihei1' canned _goods to bo put in the club's Tiianksg\ving baskPI: for a needy family. This month's sqcial will be ,, pot luck luncheon to be held Nov. 20, at 1:15 p.m, at the NCO Qf,ien Mess. All signs indicate thatthi9 shi;mld be loads of fnn, so lllltke pl~ns now to attend. Once again, a ~varm invitation is extended to all NCO w1ves to join the club. '!'here is no better meet new friends 1

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$wensrud, Wally West;Dul'[ayne David, Philip Farcy, 'l'omll];Y Coke1·, David Fors, Kenn:y Cupp and Dennis Ward. Peggy Ward as· sisted her mother with the party, Room Moth.BI'S Assist Desuite the flu, the Halloween The Woodland school room party held at the school was a bi.·g suci;ess. Games were played mothers assisted Mrs. Anderson, and pr1zes given to the best kindergarten teacher, in giving costumed child out of each class. birthday •parties Oct. 18 for Donuts . and root .beer were morning and afternoon kinderserved after the games. Thanks garten classes. The ll}Orning to Mr. and Mrs. Gr!lSS and their party" honored Daniel LaCrosse, committee for a delightful party. Leina Erickson, Richard Wilson, Laura Jean Baker and Linda Jo P-TA There··will be a P-TA meeting Hbil; room mothe1-s were~Mrs. Nov. 8 at the school. L. K: .Baker and Mrs. Ernest Sympathy Spencer. The afternoon party Deep sympathy from neighbors honored Robert Brown, Donald goes to Mrs. Polly Mullins (our Whitener, Susan Bailey, Howard Woodland reportet) at the death Junk and Mike Paul; room of her brother in Denver. She mothers were Mrs. Leanard was called east and is expected· Brandfas and Mrs. R. W. Junk. home next week. C11b Scouts Birthday Party Cub Scout Pack 91 had their D.ennis Ward, son of .Mr. a:nc1 Pack meeting Oct. 25 at the Mrs. Norman Ward of Fruitland Methodist church in Puyallup. avenue celebrated his 8th birth- New members of Den 6 - Chuck day with a party after scllool Burgmeier, Steven Crenbiel, DonOct. 25 in the basement of his ··aid Miller, Darrell Mulkins, Tedhome. Gay ..Hall0 "'een decor_;i.· dy Mullins, Larry Shanklin and tions were us¢d·,ana: ~ach guest Mike, Wagner - received their wa,s awarded:a.H_all()w.een tqy as Bob Cat pins. Mrs. Chuck Burghis prize for the gl(mes,..Attending meier is Den Mother and Frank were Charles Wool(}y, Mike Miller (member of Scout Troop

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With the.grads coming back for fore the Pirates ran out of . the homecoming celebration, the steam. The Lutes in the meanOne bright n.ote for Tacoma Pacific Lutheran football team time were losing to Western 20" football fans. this fall h~s be.en readies itself for an Evergreen 13 but scored for the first time in @ 9 SECOND SECTION PUBLI8HED, AT PARKLAND, WASH. LEnox 7 -0223 the play ~f.Jim Jones, Umyersit_y Confc,-ence battle with the Whit- four games. l'\Testern led by Fred of Washmgton fullback, who 15 worlh Pirates Satmday afternoon Emerson delighted the hom~com­ a product of Lincoln H;gh School. in Lincoln Bowl. Kickoff time for inp; crowd at Bellingham with its ~ones has retlched his peak dur- the Homecoming gam2 is 2 p.m. nrnztc-dazzle multiple offense. mg the last two Husky games. This ycRr's "Say it with Music" \Vith the team rounding into The career of Jones points up theme for homecoming has af- the best 'physical condition in one important salient fact which fcctcd the Lute squad. and they quite som<; time, the Lutes rate ·is quite important in. the athletic hope to add their own particular a better than even chance ·for endeavors of any promising ath- kind of music with a win over triumph Saturray. Tommy Gillet". Desire is tho key factor in the Spokane collegians. The Lutes mer, injured fullback, may see s11ccess. Football, like 'any other were soundly thumped last year some action this Saturday than American activity depends a great by Eastern ·and hope to makeup in the past few weeks. Johnny deal on desire in the individual with the alumns Saturday. Fromm, right halfback, who led to fight adversity and prove supOff ·the season records, there the Lute backficlders with 84 erior to his or her occupation. is little to choose between the yards in 21 carries, ngainst West.Jones has been blessed with two t13ams. The, Pirates, power· ern, is counted on heavily. The Whitworth game will mark UNDEFEATED FROSH-Pictured above arc the Franklin Pierce frosh who tied for.PSL junior title ,,fair speed, strong physical make- .for the past few seasons in Con-· this fall. In the hack row, from left to right, are Coach Ed Stricherz, Lary Frink, . Terry Dawn, up, above average intelligence ference play, are down this year the Lute's final game before the Harvey Jewett, Finley Webb, Gene Arbuckle, ErvinMyhre, am! Coach G1me Lm1tlgaard. Middle row, but his overall coordination has but could give the Lutes quite an finale against Puget Sonnd Nov. Dan lfratchovil, Doug Holmes; Terry Gilmore, Jess Cooper, Jerry Manley, Bob Lincoln, Dennis Lipke, not been rated in the past as argument. The Pirates were beat- 15 in Lincoln Bowl. The Loggers Joe Maucu50, J.ohn Greco, Rich Christenson, Tom Lumsden, Jim Hatcher, Don Baehmer, and Mgr. high. His hands have caused som1e en badly last week by thlO Lewis get a break this week which may Ron Sharhano. In the front row, left to right, Mgr. Claude Carlton, Mgr. Arnold Lovitt, Ray consternation to th1;ee" and Clark Pioneers .of Northwest help the North Enders in the Ifompf, Leinmrd Schmidt, Don Robinson, Bob Fenimore, Mike Stone, Peter Musser, Jim Southall, coaches at the University. The Conferenco 40-20 in a high seer- final game. But the Lutes are Jim Plett, John Weil, Dave Husby, and Gar;y Hilt apparent weakness. led to fumbl-' ing game. . . ,' . mainly concerned with stopping ing during mqst of his college The fray was tied, however, go- the Pirates ~p.,d are not looking career. .J.plm Wayne, popular Hollying into the fourth quarter be- over their shbulders . wood western star, played pro But Jones has,.seldom fumbled football before he we1it into the this year. What is the answer? movie business. Pure. hustle and determination Franklin ·Pierce and the Au- only win in league play was a have overcome this shortcoming burn Trojans battle for sixth 19-0 shutout over the Spartan to a lm-ge extept and have led place in the Puget Sound League forces who nearly defeated the to the maximum developments of race Friday night at the. Card's Trojans last week. But the Troj- his as.sets and have consequently Bethel's determined Braves at- for 152 yards. Athletic Field. It will be the iast ans paced by ha1fback Dave Jones made him one of the most feared tempt to clinch tho West Central Gregg made 13 tackles to lead home.game of the season for the have been in1proving and will men on the Pacific Co'ast. Jones League title tonight when they the defensive array of tacklers Cardinal forces, victims of a 39- pro;ide a stern test for the Card- has no peer on sheer all-around face the Yelm Tornadoes at homo. against Orting. End Dale Nielsen 12 shellacking at the hands of inals. play on the Pacific Coast or in Kickoff time for the game has and Tackle Gene .Small wood were Kent-Meridian last weekend. Only one game remains on the the nation. been moved up to 7:30 in defer- also sbgled out for their dC!While the Cards were losing a FP schedule afte1: the ~uburn The Oregon-State ~ame two ence to an annual November fensive play by the Bethel Coach. chance to take .fifth place away tilt. The Cards meet their tra- weeks ago was a Vivid example of custom. The Bethel coaching staff has from the Kent. forces, Auburn ditional rivals, Clover Park, Feb. how Jones has imp~oved in four ~ If the Braves do not succeed been working the Bro.vcs on pass jumped ahead of the Franklin 15 in thh season finale. Clo".er years. Thi~ reporter saw.,the Uni- tonight, they have another Pierce eleven by downing a stub- Park already has the Thanksg1v- versity play the Oregon-State chance1 when they face Fife on defense. Yelm will be expected to fill the air with passes in hopes born Sumner team 14-.7. Auburn ing bid in Seattle sowed up after frosh in S.eattle four years ago. the hon\e grounds next Monday of scoring an upset over the now is in sixth spot with a 2-5 thei~ Monday night· win o".er ~he It was. Jones first experience as aftcrnoor1 at 2 p.m. in a makeup Bethel team ·which has won five record while the Cardinals and prev10usly undefeated Highlme a linebacker and it proved to be game. The game was postponed straight. Tm·nouts have been cut Puyallup have posted a record Pirates at Thompson Field in bad one. The Beavers went over, becau3e bf the flu two weeks ago down to an hour and, forty-five lc.4-1 thus far this year. They're Lakewood. around and· under him during and was rescheduled for Monday. minutes as Niehl is mainly intertied for seventh. Still troubled of offensive mis- the entire game. Most onlookers ~t will be the final conference The Sumner garq~s by .the two take, mainly mental, the Cards remarked, "That kid will never game of ,the season for the Bethel ested in the spirit and the physrespectiv~ schools. ~ffers the best have been once again attempting ·make a linebacker." forces who tak.e on North Thurs- ical condition of his squad. comparison. Franklin Pierce's to get an offense going in pracAgainst Oregon State four ton Nov. 15 at Bethel in the seatice this week after being held years later this fall, Jones made son finale. to a mimis 6 on th~ ground. at a shambles of the Oregon-Stllte The. Braves conierence recorµ Kent. Sophom.ore Ricky Smidt single' wing attack. What a dra- of not being scored upon was JUNIOR DRES,"ES may play an llllportant part 111 ma tic change. But it was a broken. The passing of 10rting's "' the Auburn game since he put change that took four years. and Ken Wilburn and the receiving DIANE'S APP AREL so~e life into the d_ub :ast week houi's . of endless pl'acti'.'e. His of Bill. Re~ves _pulled Orting into ?s pe p~s.sed the. Cards mto scor- story is a story that all young a, 13-13 tie with the Braves at.:!\\,...,'""'"""-"""'-"""-"""...,""'"""'"""" In!Ji position agamst the Rqyals'. aspiring people must learn before halftime. Orting, however, could HIELP BUILD SUIV!J\1l'l' YOUTH Tackle Gary G.e~nnanand End they can truly achieve suc~ess. not score as the determined CENTER! Buy a button now at G.ar.Y to. be tht.he Th.1s repor t ~r mus ". . .con.f ess .a Bm.vcs pass, local stores! a rM - Mo.-ore d- ,- con. -·-··ftmue -~ . -- st.,oppc<l - -t.he. . ·;s·Wilburn · • n;iti".t.stca y po1mm_1s,o]J. e. d . , . . d' . ·b h If' f mg.attaek.by.mterceptmg hvo •t~anl which has an OVerallrecora· • ,<)gl'.'.C!l-·~''pre.JU Jee Ill . e .a Q · . . · · .. · Jones smcc yours truly played pasocs. .. . ., . .CERAMIC of· two .wms, lour losses and one on th o same. t ea1n w1'th "The J e t" ~ Coach Ed N1chl s forces tallied REAL CLAY . 1 REFINISHES (JU.CKED tie on its season Pay. .He s t oo··d ou t 1He . .. p.laymg .·. . . 27. points· in .. .the second.. half .to .1 a man QUARRY PLASTER WALLS WITllOUT FREE ESTIMATES with the boys in the nelghbor:. Wll1 40-12 gomg away. Fullback Kitchens - Bathrooms - Etc. hood. · Gar~ Gregg, 5,11 a11~ 168 pounds, REPLASTERING. . .. contmued his rushmg total toAMERICAN ART TILE Jones never stop~, ne:er qmts, wm·ds the 1,000 mark as he carStraight & Half Size C01'.1JP ANY, foe. COMPLETE STOCK AT ncver lets adversity lick. him. ried l9 times for 154 yards. Cal 13201 Pacific Ave. LE 7-4795 DRESSES One. only. _ ahs or · t.op l1, fl ash. y l1al"b I b u 11 " to .plar. vnth . - Cli.r1s ! ac {, DIANE'S APPAREL agamst !um to realize this fact. ed his way to 71 yards and com= Despite their loss to. the pleted four passes of 6 attempts Washington Pups, Washington RURAL ·state s0ems to have come up GLASS, with a fine freshman team which GARBAGE should help Coach Jim Suther;HOME SERVICE land's hopes for a future Pacific OUR SPECIALTY Near Rpv "Y" Spana,vay Also Commercal Installations· Coast Championship rct the 1PullSerying Parkland, LakeFARM:•· FRESH Full Line Schorn Paints man school. Frosh Coach D~n wood, Midland, Summit, Storm Windows and Doors Stavely claims that ·the team .is Spanaway & Lakeview HOMOGENIZED AND Installed designed to bolster the.weaknessCounty Permit PAS1'FURIZED MILK FREE ESTIMATES es of the present varsity. AND CREAM DEAN'S PAINT It seems as if the Cougars rel121 ish the idea of having more hefty. ICE CREAM linemen to bolster that power.ful 13021 7-5661 passing game that the WSC first ,---_, _____ ,,... ___ -.-::,;;1,,,.,,,.-,:,,,,.,,,.,..,,,.,,,. ____,,, learn has ·.displayed thus far this season. The Cougs have several ~ , ~ outstanding California linemen who weigh in the neighborhood '! ci£ 210 and · 250 pounds each. ~ .till THE Stavely $eems optimistic about t the 'size o'f the fight in each of : Il these prospects.

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Tloe also Christmas cards at reasonhome of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Qr.ip" prngram feature~ a panel tjisous- able prices, pen for their son, Marine Private sion on native_ flowers and. tr' cs Vacation Loyal C1;ippen. Among th_e ~.:'sts whicl1 may be successfuily mov~ _ed into your own yard. Mr. mid Mrs. Earle Thompson wNc Mr. and Mrs, S. B Denny Old and new members are in· spent .a week's vacation at tho;i,an<l Iv!_1·s. Louelt Passm61·€J, Hie vit,>id _mid reminded it is i9:)8 summer home ori the Cispus l"ivgnindparents; also Mi\ .filld ths. Arf Licbholt an,d daughter, Judy. dues time. The new officers have er. Odd Accid!l'llt Pvt. C11ppen is hom.e on leave an. intercsting and educntior.al An earwig was indirectly regroup of programs for thl3 comin:; from Camp Pendleton, CaHf., and sponsible for an accident involv, year. will rnport buck sholily. ing Mrs. Herbe~-t .Foss and her P-TA Open House Trips Wallet Roa_d P-TA meeting 18.months.-old . daughter Lind.a Mrs. Thorn Tibbits and .d11ugh- Tuesday evening, Nov. 12, will be Oct. 25; in which her car was tcr .Alice motored to Co1'Vallis, preceded by an op~n hou•'l at the completely wrecked on Ardena Ore., last weekend to attend.the school ·at 7:30 o'clock. The P-TA road. Seeing;an· earwig on Linda's gt· Oregon c W ushington State foot- meeting. will. he held later in _the leg, she re.ached to brush it off ball ~un;e. Th~y spent th:' night Community hall, the interesting ap.d in that few seconds the car l with Mr:s. Tihbitt's ~ister: in Dal- Pl'?gr!lm to feature the prcs'enta- left the road and 'crashed iii.to a les, ·Ore., .and 011 the '"'uy b~ck tiqn.of the flag by the Ah Wain- light pole .and a cement culvert. MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW, FOR visited othe.1· relath·r:s in POi·t- dah CamPfire girls, Dr. Glen Mur- The family dog was killed instantANY PARTIES YOU'RE PLANNING ray', will speak on °. "Children's ly and Mrs, Foss and Linda suffered cuts, bruises and shock. I e Cocktail Lounge e Daffodil Dining Room Dentistry." Hostesses for the social hour \Yill. be Mesdames James They were taken to the Good Smith, Don Howard, Lloyd Ebert SaII)aritan hospit'al ip. Puyallup Puy(llilup TH !,ial 156 .imcl. later to the home of her and E. Q, Perrin. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph UGN Workers Thanks "to the following- wo- Geise on Waller road. Visitors men of the community who tool;; Mr, and Mrs. Earl Crandall of in time. out of their busy schedule's to pa1:ticipate in the UJ.1iLed Good Ro.sehurg, Ore., r~cently visited Dining •. Neighbor drive: Mesdames Ben with Mrs. Crandall's brothers and their families, the.John Siermans Peters, Robe.rt · Goettling, H. Lovell, Kcnith Aarhuus, James ~f Allison r~ad and the Fred SierEemie Meueci's Smi~h and Ray William. Mrs. Roy mans ·of Tacom'!' road, Puyallup. . N e\V Daµ.ghter Looker ' and Mrs. Vei'n.e !i'ogle News from Fairbanks, Alaska, .we!Ji in charge or organizin.g for collections in the Wulle·r Itoad t!"lls .· of the biti:h of a daughtet", SPECIALIZING in CHARCOAL Jeann.ie Ma1'ie, to Mr. and Mrs. ru·ca. LOIS LOID, Ma~ager 4-H Girls Michael Melquist (Mary Bradley). a CHSCmU~N The Waller Road 4-H Girls Mrs. Elmer Bradley, the grap.dGR 4-0535 BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES met at· the hom_e of the leader, lllo~her, was in Fairbanks for her DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS Mrs. Myers Whee1er. and decided .arrival. to change the nam:~ to "Waller Comm~mity Fail' Heads Open at 6:00 a.m. Daily Road Spinsters." The following New officers. electe.d for the Except Sunday officers were elected: •President, 1958 Commumty :Farr of the Leilani Lovell; vice president, Wal.ler Road area are as follows: Sa11dra Horton; secretary, Laurel Chan·man, Dale Jones;. co-chairWhecler; freasurer, Marijane , man and active me:niJ:ie: of the ALSO IJINNERS TO GO Floyd; reporter, Margery Gould. board, · E. D. Costantm1; secreMAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW . Project plans for the coming year tary, Mrs. N. Mye.rs Wheeler; FOR. THANKSGIVING DAY were discussed and work done on treasurer, Mrs, K':'mth Aarhaus; the record hooks. Leilani Lovell publicity, Mrs. Verne Fogle, the Tues. - Wed. and Laurel Wheeler served re- l_ast three having ·been re-electThurs. - Sun. ed. 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. freshrliertts. Fri., Sat. 'til 2 am. 146th and Pacific Ave. __. H_, Report.er - Mrs: Verne Fogle, LEnox 7-9998 4 - . e11> . IP. LE 7-5210 Closed Mondays Five WaHer Road 4-H boys. · who entered the Sears Roebuck " l11m,_.,....,..,..""'...,..,....,,...,"!"'""'l'""'.'""'""""""""'""'"""'"""'""'"""-"'"'""'"' Garden contest received blue ribbons. Boys qualifying to attend the bannuct sponsored by Sears, to be held some time in November, a1·e :Jack ·and Lester Sand, DIANE'S APP AREL BbJJ Johnson, Benny Smith and Big Bear Center Jim Geise. ' CHAR.COAL BROH.. 'l]his 4:H club, \dth Mrs. R. Geipe as leadei·, has elected the Busy Beaver 4 .. H fallo,ying officers for the. coming year~· President, Billy .. Fux; vice The . Foliage . Fanciers .., Garden at Lakewood Square Cocktails .in the pr<;s!cl~i;t, Gi·e~oryI\~forz; secre- cl~b will meet. at t~e home of to Albertson's Glo-Room Ge~s~;°'fr.e~_sure1-,''l'.,,:1·ry"\'l\IJ;l;s. Jerr1'° S.il?~· 1:0804 South A • 0 ·J:report:.;,r;-·B'eillfy Smith.~~'"on;, 'rhUl',sdiiy; Novc4, 9:00. JUS-1505 Closed Sundays ei~e will serve us jm~ior to 9:15 a, m., then go to the ll.ssi~tantleader fo1; the club. Any George Pease propei·ty near Roy bo~,iof lO:y~ars or older will be to gather greens for, w!nter dec- Each l11einber is asked to b!"\ng Torge~on, past president, will be a sandwich; Mrs, Walto:n and honored, with also a tribute to we!6oµ:iecl into. the club. .E.ach orations: NO API~cnNTMENT maY:,have one project of his own After gathering the greens, the Mrs, Arthur Massie will serve Found~rs Day. Rofl call wiU ba answered with a list of yard and NECESSARY choosing Jor the coming; ye1r. group will return to Tacoma ~nd the restof the luncheo.n, A short business sessions will garden projects· by each memoer The .jioys_ meet the Geise meet Walton, at th_e home Mrs. 111th. 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_Bastrop, La., 2/11/56-Flying saucers were reported over Bastrop, La. on February 11th. Just a lost weather balloon say the police. Like heck say the witnesse?. . . What were they? A -woman witness says her husband can't figure out what ,the things the whole family saw are, but she thinks they are definitely something from another planet watching the folks on earth. "AU the time we looked at them I had the feeling that you get when people are -staring at you-my husband said ho felt the same way," .she said, "and I don't think the United States or Russia' has any secrets like that." One ofothe silvery objects was first seen by th.eir 12 year oid son as he played in the family yard. He called his little brother, 3, and then called ihe older brother, 15, who spotted another one of the· objects. The Father and finally the Mother went into the yard to watch the object darting about rapidly in the sky over B11strop. They watched them about forty to.forty-five minutes before the five. objects left. The mother did so.y the objects were about as lo.rge as. the evening star, appearing in the western sky lately. They were shiny and silvery until another approached it. Then they would grow sort of orange and give off a smoke screen. Then little spark-like objects would shoot out of the sicl.es. The little objects really .looked like saucers. Tne bigger objects were--rounder. Before the objects disappeared it was estimated that there were as many· as 500 of the smaller saucers flitting about. They remained extremely high all tho time. Even .when they seemed to come lower they were still very high. Finally they took off out of sight. The larger ones left for the east and north. while the smaller ones went in all directions. The mother said she kept running in the house and trying to call friends of hers to get them to look out but the lines were either busy or no one ans>'l'ered. The· police may think it was a weather balloon, but the mother and her husband and sons arc convinced they saw flying saucers of some kind.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Se~led bids will be received by the undersigned until 8:00 p.m. Sympathy Clover Creek Post 118, Amerion the Third day of December, The regular meeting of the We extend our deepest sym- c1>n Legion and its Auxiliary wcm 1957, for the Required Trades Canyon Road Community cl\lb pathy to ·Fremont (Red) Shozer haye as their guests, at thci Nov. contract for construction of a will be held next Thursday (Nov. of Fairview road on the death of 8 meeting, the 5th District officJu;,_ior High School Building for 14) at 8:00 p. m. in the Co=u· his father. ers. All members are urged to atBethel School District No. 4qi3, nity hall, East 80th and Canyon Recovering , tend as these officers will have Route No. 1, Box 289-AB, Spanaroad. Guest speaker will ~e At· We are .very glad to report a message of special interest to "vay, Washington. Bids will be. received at the .~orney L,';°':ard Sawyer, h;s top- that Ray Squire (Mrs. Field's all. Those who have not paid their Office of the Superintendent of ic .to be W:!lls and Prep~nn~ for son-in-law) is recovering after 15 of his terrible accident last month. dues are urged to do so as soon Schools, High School Building ~he Future. As the subJ~ Route No. 1, Spanaway, Washing- ~nterest to everyone, a la.rve at· Whlle "hunting in the Okanogan as possible. This will enable us to ton. In the event of mailing, ad- mteres~ to everyon~, a large at- country, 4is car failed to make a carry on our programs mor.e sucturn· and' plunged over a 700- cessfully, during the next year. dress blds to: Mr. Dowane E. and brmg your neighbors. AlmostbA Party!th' foot" ·hill. and his companion was The ~falloween party was a Lamlrn, Superintendent of Schools '.111°re mu~t : ~me bing to killed. · success. Many thanks to the ladBethel School District No: 403, Route No. 1, Box 289-AB, Spana- t~is telcpf aMt Y Fl usm~, ~c~u.s~ · Reporter~Mrs. John Folk, LE ies who decorated the hall at fEriend s oh r. .t etah .a,nc 0t .. ..7-5801.. such short notice. Let's all turn way, ·washington. ast 3 4t stree o ose 0 c . 30· · · Contractors must submit a as the day to visit her, "iinbe- iP_ _ _ _ _...,....,_ _...,.,.....,"""".!I out at the next meeting and separate bid on Architectural, show our appreciation for the Mechanical, or Electrical Trades knm;nst" to each other. During work that our district officers are the (lay guests included Mr. ari.d ' · . F contract and/or general contract Mel Denriis and Mrs. Earl LINGERIE $2.98 &. up trying to do. including all trades-Architect- Mrs. Shoup and baby of Puyallup; . · ural, Mechanical and Electrical. . Mrs. Rose Johnson, Mrs. Marion DIANE'S APP AREL Plans, specifications and con- Anderson, Mrs. Frank Smith, tract documents may be obtained Mrs. Andrew Pearson and .. Mrs. by .bidders at the office -Of Harry BRAS Harry. Humiston, Puyallup; ,Mrs. E. Botesch,. Architect, and F. Ed· A. H. Gassler and gran(ison and DIANE'S APPAREL ward Brown, Associate, 504 ComMrs: James Yazzalino, Puyallup; merce Bldg., Everett, WashingMrs. Ed I):raus and son, Pmky, ton. Graham; Mr, and .Mis. John Fay Each priO:.e ~ontr~-;;tor will be and. Mr. and Mrs'.· Delmar 'fhompallowed one set of drawings and _sc:m and .son, Rogi;r, of Puyallup. The Clover Creek P~TA wishes We wish to thank all our to thahk all those who helped specifications upon· deposits as Of course it COULD hav{l been follows: Architectural $50.00, the lovely day! tO make. the Halloween carnival friends, especially. the people· of the Weyerhaeuser district, for such a,big·succe5s. Mechanical $35.00, Electrical Visitor their kindness and sympathy at , Board Meeting $35.00. Mrs; Kenneth Whitney ret)l.l"llPlan Holders who do not enter The executive board of Clover the accidental death of our bea ~ona fide J,iid, and who do. not ground waters tnrough !\ sump Creek P-TA will meet in the loved son and bmthGr, Verne return unmarked and unmutilat- ·situated within the SW:t,iSE~ rif 11ch0ol lunch ·room at 1:15 p. m. Peck, and also for the many beautiful flowers. eu plans. and specifications at Section 10, Township 18N:, IUUlge Tuesday, Nov. 12. Rewrter-Mrs. William Dalby, least ten (10) days prior to bid 4E.W.M., . in Pierce· Councy, in Mr. and Mrs. E~rl Peck and opening, will forfeit their de- th:e amount. of 30Q .gapons. per LE 7-7640. daughters, Violet. Marsha posits. Additional sets of draw- mmyte, ~u~iec~ to, existing rights . .. . . . . and Earlene ings and specifications may be durmg irrigation season,. i:ach HELP BUILD SUM!lllT YOUTH Mr. and Mrs. Milo Crooks . d • Y_ear for the . p~rpose ·of 1mg11;~ CENTER!, Buy a button Nov. 1 . 2 s~curcd at the cost of rep1 o uc tion;. and continuously for· do- at local stores! · Mr. and Mrs. Gary Peck t10n. Sub-contractors may also meshc supply. purchase sets of plans and spec-· Any objections must b!l acifications· at cost of reproduc- companied by a. two dollar -~ tion. Such sets remain the . pro- ( $2.QO) recording. ..£e e .. and. filed . . J· ft H H perty of the Architect ru1d shall with the State Supervisor of • · U V · U ' ~ · ~ be returned. , Water iResourc!')S within thirty · .· . · · FOR ADULTS Each bid shall be accompanied, (30) day9 from Nov. 7, 1957.. . .· . . . . AND CHILDREN by· a certified check, cashier's · Witness my hand ,and· official . · check, or bid bond, made payable seal this .'?5th day of October, G. R. IWAKIRI and G. M. IWAKIRI, Instructors ~o Bethel School Dist;·ict No? 403, 1957. . . 1715 COURT E TACOMA m an amount not Jess than 5% M. G. WALKER · · ' of the bid, plus all alteratl:!S. State Supervi!\Qr Between Tacoma Avenue and Fawcett Avenue School Board Directors reserve of Water Resources MONDAY & WEDNESDAY. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. the .right to .wp.ive any informalPublished in the Times Journal ities or irregularities in any. bid Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 1957. Private Lessons Wednesday, 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. or in the bidding, and may reject any or all bids. No bidder may wit]1draw hL• Attorneys bid after the 'hour set for ths 11024 P>i!cific Avenue opening thereof or before award In the • Superior Court , ()f the of the contract unless said award S~te of Washington, foroPierce is delayed for a period exceeding county. thirty ( 30) days. 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ClassicQ] F,rns: Attention: Cnpilol rec01·d cpmpany will increase the price of ·its FDS classical series from the preBent $3.98 price tai; tu $cUl8 ag of January 1, 19:i8. It would be a smart move to stock up on !he albums you ]mow

?'OU w~:n.t before the change goes m to e!!ect. It lDol:s ns though Jimmy Rod~ gem, the voice tlw:t put "Honey" inlo "H.oneycomb'', has anothor . . .. potcnlial m1ll10n seller w1tn Kisses S\vt~eter Thon \Vine IL wn;o released last week to the record sbops and it is 1«oported as an .oitcn reqlwsted tune on the de-iay pmr~rams. . IfaH Notes: ~r•:ny lnbels are covermg the origmal vers10n of "The Joker" by Billy Myles . . . Ditto for Bill J usl.ic and "Raunchy." Most noteworthy copy is by Ernie Freeman . . . The Five Keys just might click with "Do Anythi.ng"; th~y. premiered it on American Bandstand. . • Larry 'Williams is following the success of "Short Fat Fannie" with "Bony Mornnie" ... Timmie Rodgers no relution to Jimmy is . · .h causmg some comm~nt, wit "Back to School Agam." Could begin moving in big circles soon. "Silhouettes" is still up there with no sign of reve1·se action in sight. .. Jcny Lee Lewis' "Whole

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Spanaway Well Grand;na Clui Baby Cli.nic Dtee Meeting Friday The Spanaway Well Baby Clinic will be held in the ·new gym Tuesday, Nov. 12, with registration from 8:30 to 10:00 a. m. Dr. Bader will be the examining physician. Polio shots will be given. Be sure your child does not have a tiemperature. The \Veil Baby Clinic is sponsored by Spanaway Preschool. Pr TA Spanaway P-TA will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the school with Mrs. Ro\?ert McKinnell presiding. The Nonettes will sing. The 7th grade mothers will serve with the room mothers, Mrs. John .Iverson and Mrs. James Barry in c:harge. . Sympathy Deepest sympathy to. the. family of Herman Hermanson and to Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Wilcox on the .. sudden death of her .brother. New Date Due to holidays, the Spanaway Methodist WSCS will hold the regular monthly meeting one week early in November and December, the next meeting to be Nov. 19. Legion Clover Creek American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Friday, Nov. 8, at 8:00 p. m. in .the Spanaway Legion hall. Fall Festival Don't forget. the Spanaway P-TA Fall Festival Friday. Jn New Home Mr. and Mrs. Don Driver entertained in their newfriends home.for in luncheon Lakewood.

Visitors Sister Rose 1\furie, Sister Carmelita and Miss Lynn McKee of Los Angeles. are visiting at the home of their sister and husThe Grandmothers .Sunshine band, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Club No. 250 will meet· at the Str~ve. home of Mrs. Scott Martin FriNew Son day, Nov. 8, for 12:30 luncheon; Mrs. John LaPore will be coMr. and Mrs. Willian;i Lauenhostess and Mrs. Paul Lindberg borg aro receiving., congratulations on the birth of a. son Friwill preside. day, Nov. 1. wearing costumes and masks. All Reporter-ll/frs. Kate the children a pprcciat.ed the fine VI 7-7640. entertainment at the party and no tricks were played to annoy the Elbe residents.

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SWEATERS The Mineral-Pleasant Valley~ Elbe Sewing Circle will meet DIANE'S APPAREL Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the home of Big Bear Center Mrs. Mona Fisk in Pleasant Valley. A potluck lunch. will be enjoyed at noon. Notice Moved Mr. and Mrs. Cassey Swanson The Soutli Summit Mutual Wahave. moved from Elbe back to ter Company will hold the annual their home for the past 10 years ';ater meeting and election of ofat the triangle near Eatonville. f1cers Nov. 12 at 8:00 p. m. at Alden-Munsel the Summit-Woodland-Collins Mr. and Mrs. Ray Engel and fire hall, one block south of AirMrs. Pearl Engel attended the port road on Canyon road. beautiful wedding of John R. AlProxies are· available for those den and Clarice Josephin~ .Mun- unable tobc present; in this way sel Friday evening, Oct. 25, .in the election can be completed on the Auburn Pentecostal Assem- the first night. For fcrther infprbly of God church. The .new home mation contact John Patterson, will be in Seattle. John is the LE 7-6851. son of Mrs. Harry Reed and the • - - - - - - - - - - - - family lived in Elbe for many years, Mr. Reed was the owner Designers and Builders of the Elbe Lumber Mill and also EXPERT WORKMANSmP Reed's Shingle Mill but h!l has REASONABLE PRICES . Easy Monthly Payments retired and he and his wife are now living in Seattle. Reporter.,.-Mrs. Pearl E. Engel, 84th. & Pac. Ave. GR 4-9515 Elbe. ~.,.._._...,.,...,..,.....,.,_.,.._..,,_ _ __,_ _,,..,..._.,.._ _ _..,,....,.,..,.,

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RAIN HOODS to the FIRST I 00 CUSTOMERS!

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