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pate entering candidates and their names will be publisl.hed next week along with photos of all the candid'ates. Chosen thus far are: Pamela Selden, sponsored by Parkland Community clulb; Dol· ores Brown, A1trusa club; LeAnne Bean, Parkland Bank Club 13; Dianne Loftgren, Washing· ton Horseman's Colts & Fillies; Jackie Wise, °Fran.klin Piercl' (Continued! on Page 10)

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'.racoibat Gr()tto announces. its second annual' horse show .for the benefit of Sl.[)astic childr.en for . Sunday, :May .16, at the Washiriigton Horseman's Arena, 111 th street and. Bridgeport way. Thay Cha:in'\>li'.P is thi1; year's general chliiitwan for the show; Francis ·Nor<}yke is th:e producer. Both· u~ge full. co-operation in this ftne ~use. for victims of cerelbml pa}Sy (spastic). The Ir)onth (Jf May· has been designat~d for.' a nation-wide campaigri for study of this dJ'€ad dise<a.se. and aid to many thousaiids · suffering .from its ravages. The Tacoma group is making its ljlufstanding contribution to thi.s drive by holding the Mise show.

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Jim Roger!', butcher at McDa:Oie-ls Market, lines up the first cut in the choice quarter of blue. ribbon beef boughtat the April 28.FFA an(l 4-Hfe,t stock show at Auburn. Market Proprietor Roy McDi;miels shows smiling approval of the high quality meat his purchase made available for his customers this weekend. Photo by M'cKewe:n.

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"The Circus rs Coming" and CoUins :P·ri'A is sponsoring the annual Mothers' silver tea, the "Sle~ing Beauty Ballet" to be ·held Wednesday, May 12, are the themes of the Mildred at l p.m .. in the Collins school Keller dance revue to be pre,gym. Tea will be served from sented May 7. at 8 o'clock ii;i a lace covered table centered the Parkland grade school aud1. wHh spring flowers, Mrs. Dave torium .. The program is sponTurnbull and Mrs. L. A. Pulley .sored hy. the Parkland Prepouring. school and all proceeds are to Mrs. William Irish, chairman go for the ~ene!it of the Pre· of the tea committee, and her school orgamzat10n. , assistants, Mrs. Nancy Lee Over a hundred children are Darr and Mrs. Anton Anderson, to be featured in the tap, balh'ave arranged an interesting let, acrobatic and adagio acts. Tickets are 'being sold at 50c progmm. Committee chairmen are Mrs. for adults and 20c for children, Walter G-Odfrey and M:rs. Sam and may be obtained from PreTillman, refreshments; Mrs. Er· school memlbers in advance, or win Myhre, tea tables. and dec- purchased at the door Friday orations; Mrs. Harold Haase evening. There will be a cofand John Leque, programs; fee and dessert bar open dur· Mrs. Gilbert Baker, corsages; ing intermision and after the Mrs. George Garrison, clean-up; performance. Mrs. E. C. Cardey, hospitality, Mrs. Charles Phipps will have charge of the nursery, assisted by the Collins Girl Scouts. Co~- . Iins 8th grade girls, supervised by Mrs. Nancy Lee Darr, will serve during the tea. All mothers and friends are cordially invited to attend. INSURANCE CLAY ROLEY AGENCY 98th and Portland Avenue G,R. 8501

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McDaniels Market, Airport and Canyon roads, is affering something special in its meat department this. weekend, beef alid lamb from prize winning animals at the Aulburn FFA and 4-H fat stock. show Wednesday, .April 29. }"toy McDaniels, owner of the market; bought the run· ner.up to the grand blue rib· bon fat lamb and a blue riblbon steer, th.e .latter being an ·es· peciaHy fine animal. dressing Ol\t 640 · pounds, or 66 percent of Uve weight, Mr: McPanie}s is to be com· pldI!lented on the support that he)1as given.the·boys and .girls of Fl:<~a and 4-H cl\]bs..The agriculture teachers of Pierce coun.c ty take this o 'Pj)O'.tunity to thank him for his generous gesture in buyi~ .this outstanding · stock. "We are· sure the peole of his district will like. the oP· portunitY to buy this fine beef and lamb at McDaniels Market. · George''.Purcell, county agent, v.>ishes to thank the many buycrs of the top quality animals of the show. Realizing that many FF'A .and 4-H members will visit McDan· iels Market this weekend, Tam Rafferty, show manager for the junior livestock show at the Parkland Round-up, has left a supply of entry blanks for the show at the market. Mr. Raf· fety may be contacted at Rt. 3, Box 610, Tacoma.

Francis Denton, treasurer. A short program will be fol· lowed by reireshments, served by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Grefthen.

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orgahizations of the community, the Waller Road Co-Ordinating Mrs. Verne Fogle Council was ovganized. GR 5210 rt is believed that a group · If you enjoy ea'ling out now such <IS this .can work together and then, you will have io. in- in harmony for the good of the dude the .Waller Road P-TA community, accomplishing smprgaSlbord dinner as a "must" things that cannot be· done by on your schedule. This Saturday one -organization alone. · evening, ~fay 8, the Waller Rd. Organizations were repreCommuruty hall will .take on a sented as follows: Waller Road gtay May Day look m decora- Grange, Rudolph C'tt,ise; Grange ·t10ns for the . annual P·'.1'A Auxlliary, Mrsc Verne Fogle; smorgasbord dinnl'r;· servmg ·waller Road P-'l'A, Mrs. Leroy s!l'ar!s at 5:30. Gunnarson; Waller Road GardBoard Meeting· en club, Mrs. N. C. Turner; A reminder lo ,the officers of puyallup Citizen's Committee the P-TA. A final board meet- for Education, Mrs. Gilbert ing wi'll be held in the Waller Carlson; Waller Road 4-H LassRoa:d hall May 10 at 8 p;111. All ies, Mrs.. H. Harrold; Junior books and materials wm be 4-H Lassies, Mrs. M. \Vheelturned in for the ne\v officers. er; Waller Road Boys• 4-H, Mrs. Community Service R. Geise; Boy Scouts, 'LawrThe Scouts of troop No.. 231• cnce Howard. The Marie, Hazen Wa!Jer Road distriet, arc pre- Orthopedic Guild and the Wall;;enLing a Communi'ty Service er Road Sunday scllool were pt·ogr·am at lhe Waller Road not represented but are inhall May 12. Star ling al 6 :30 eluded. p.m;, there will be a demonslrnWatch for further notes on tion on fire control. The Scouts tllis newly organ'ized Council. have been studying forthe past The officers' names will be anweeks under Gus .Partridge, nounced soon. chairman of Civil Ded'ense for Thank You! this. area, and are well preparA hearty Thank You to all ed to impart to others what they who came out to the variety have learned. They will also show given by the.Grange Auxdel11onstratc on first aid. The iliary. A special thanks to the Scouts wiH be assisted by l!heil' wonderful performers! The very capable leader, Henry De- audience was not large but was Meerleer. and his assistant lead- most appreciative.· To tliose of you who did not attend, we say "You missed one of the best shows yet."

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·pr-0position to be held in one year, caused the Board to pass a resc>lutio.Q; requesting the County Auditor to resubmit this· question of kindergarten at a special election. to be held May 25, 1954, between the hol.lrs of· 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p;rn., said election to be held at the five existing grade schools and at the Dawson Recreation Field House.

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Due to the many requests for the Franklin Pierce schools to hold another election on the kindergarten .. proposition, this matter was taken up . with the . school" lmard at a meeting held April 6th. Practically all school organizations of the district were. in attenc!ance requesting such an election. This, coupled with the subMrs. E. F. Collins mitting of a petition bearing Mrs. Karl Cordes some 1500 voters' signatures, Puyallup 5-2511 plus. the fact th.alt the recent (Cro'\Vded om· previous weeks) election had 59.9% of the peo. ple voting favoring kindergartIn Hospital en, and that the last election Earl RoO<t, son of Mr. and lost by only 5 votes, and that Mrs, G. 0. Root <Yf Cedar road, the last State Legislature inade· is reported convalescirug from provision for such a contipgeI\CY an operation at Tacoma .General by changing the law to allow hospital. We hope he is back to . a second election bn the same school soon:

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·This year's Parkland Round· up horse show will open the · four-days of events as well as initiate the .new lighted arena on Jay street. , According to Chairman Larry Kirkwoo;I, this i;how prorr;ises ~o _.,....,.......,....._ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ be the fmest open show m this area. Tentative plans include the foUowing classes: Open jumping, western pairs, trailer race, bare back relay, pole bending by teams, and English pleasure . Added features of the horse

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and will be remembered as one of our news carriers. While .in "Boot" camp at San Diego, injured his leg quite badly spent some months in the hospita!. After he was released from the hospital, his Navy air ·life was very active. His main base at all times was Alameda,. California. He saw many places, Formosa, Guam, Midway, Harbor, Japan, Korea. many more. During1952 and he flew constant shore of the Korean coast. He was 38 &pecial missions and has back and forth across the cific a number. of times. Fr<~d is getting accustomed to being a civ-iltlan and is glad to be home. Donnie Spradley is now in the Air Conps, and left for his train· ing at San Antonio, Texas, April 19. In Spokane Mrs. Paul B1J,con spent weekend in Spokane attending the Northwest Sunday School conference for the Unity church. Mrs. Bacon represented the 'J'n.'· coma Unity hurch.

The regular monthly meeting of the Canyon Road Community dub will be held Thursday, May 13, at the community :hall at.8:00 p.m. A film "Bu1b Farming, Dairy, Blacklberry & Poultry Indu&tries in the Puyallup Valley," provided by the Puyallup Chamlber of Commerce, will be shown after the meeting. Refreshments will be served. Appreciation Mrs. L. R. Field, general chail"lllan of the ·Canyon Road Ladies Auxiliary style shows, wishes to thank her committees and the clutb members who contributed their time and ef· forts so generously to the success of the .s:hows. Special · thanks.to E. A. Dickison, manager of .J. C. Penney &tore, of Puyallup, and the following stores, also of Puyallup: Ryans A.ppareH, Murray's Town Shop, Gerstmann Bros. Men's Wear, Martin's Ohildren's Shop, ·and Laboure Nul:"Sing Home Elvins Department Store, for All on ground floor no wards, steps. Cheerful surround~ their presentation of the latest -no ings, expert care, excellel'lt spring, and summer sttyles, and food. Doctor refered. Aged c.,· to Newell Hunt Furniture Store convalescents. and Maloney's Fl.orist for their Rt. 7, Box 17, Tac. GR 7857 door prize contributions. The Ladies Auxiliary wi&hes to ex· press its appreciation to the men of the. community who worked long· and hard to complete the improvements on the community hall building. And laSt but no least, our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors who attended the two shQwings of our 1954 spring and summer style show, Out of Service Fre.d. M. Spradley, oon of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spradley, of the Pipe Line road, has just completed four years of llravy Air Corps life, He is a local boy · • · -'

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County Farm.Forestry committee at a meeting of forest land owners in Puyallup recently. . Purposes of the organization is to develop local programs of interest to tree land owners. By R. Doran All agreed that trees are a Stan Baker of Graham was growing crop farmers need to elected chairman of the Pierce learn to manage. Other committee members are Otto Moebius of Thrift, HAVE YOUR CABINETS Theo. Knutzen of Lakebay, and Steve Butler of Puyallup. At No Extra Cost The committee will affiliate ~UlONE'S CABINET SHOP with the \Veslern Washington 161st & Park Ave. Washington Farm Forestry as· GRanite 3342 socialion.

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w1der a 1000 chick capacity brooder. One square foot floor space is allowed for each bird for the 10-11 week growing period. Water troughs are placed between brooders. Plenty of feeder space is available. Seven and one.half feet of feeders is used for each 100 chicks for the first 5 weeks. After that two five-foot hoppers are used for 100 chicks. A combination of these good managenwnt pracfices such ns plenty of floor space, brooder space, feeders, watcrcrs, good ventilation and a sound vaccintion program helps fryer grow· ers survive low price periods.

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By Florence D. Allen These 4-H lc,a<lers in Pierce County are to be congratulated for the good work their meal preparation teams did in the recent county-wide contest: Mrs. Richard Lund, Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. John Rehwinkle and Mrs. George Richen of Riverside; Mrs. Ellis Anderson, Mrs. Meyers Wheeler of Waller Head, Mrs. E. A. Allgood, Mrs. Kathryn Hamma, Mrs. Gertrude Luosy, Mrs. Dorothy Levee of Gig Harbor, Mrs. J. C. Kittenger, Mrs. E. I-I. Rassmussen of Fife; Mrs. Kenneth Keil, Mrs. John Harber and Mrs. Harold Hanson of Fruitland; Mrs. Anna L. Browning of Collins, Mrs. Mike Nanavich of Buckley, Mrs. Frank Kobe of Midland, Mrs. G. Haakenson of Parkl:md, Mrs. Richard Russell of Frederickson, Mrs. Guy Norman of Benston and Mrs. William Mcswain of Elk Plain. Mrs. Mike Nanavich's club with four teams entered with three of them making scores to put them in the elimination contest in June is the highest rank· ing club for the number of en. tries. Mrs. Kenneth Keil of Fruitland had six teams in the contest, two teams will be in the elimination contest, three received blue ribbon placings and one team received a red ribbon. Riverside leaders, Mrs. Lund, Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. Rewinkle bad the most entries with 8 teams from one community. They received awards of two teams in the climinntirm contest, l'ive b hw ribbon tc'ams and one rec1 ribbon.

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By Phyllis Blackstone 4th Dist. Publicity Cbmn. The Unit is winding up plans for a rummage salt: to be held May 24 and 25th in Tacoma. All rummagc: is welcome. Mrs. Sev Kittelson is chairman in charge and will furnish pick· up service from any home in Parkland. Call GR 5505 for information concerning the sale. The hospital bed owned by the Unit is now in use once .more- by a family in the Parkland community. The bed may be borrowed by any person confined in bed in this area when it is a vailablc by calling Mrs. W. P. Blackstone, LA 8586 or Mrs. Jensen, HI 3957. Poppy Days will be May '21 and 22nd. Mrs. Walter Fritz, chairman, is busy completing plans for 1J1e sale and will dis· tribute the poppies among 1J1e members during the next•two weeks. She has divided the Unit into two teams with Mrs. Donald Walsh and Mrs. Blackstone, captains. This Unit will have 4000 poppies for sale. Mrs. W. P. Blackstone is completing plans to form a bowling team of Auxiliary members. The team will be captained by Mrs. Rodger Crusan. Any member interest· ed in the team may call either Mrs. Blackstone or Mrs. Crusan, GH 7273. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be held May 14 at the Sunshine Hall at 8 p.m. A pot luck dinner, Rancho style, will be served at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Blackstone is in charge of the dinner. Election of officers for the coming year will be held. The next meeting of the Fourth District Units Council will be held at Suniner with lnnch at Inghams Cafe, 11:30 a.m., May 3rd. Mrs. Dorothy Mayfield, Sumner Unit Presi· dent, will be hostess for the day assis•ted by members of that Unit. Mrs. Will Bierer, District Poppy chairman, is in charge of the program. Mrs. James Linder, Parkland, District President, will pnesitlP during the meeting and will complete plans for the Spring Conference being held al Orting, Ivlay 22.

'home of Carol Wright. Nydia Sar.tain was awarded a gift for sellmg the most ticlrnts for the '4-H dance and card party. She sold six books. The girls decided to sing at church Sunday, May 2, which was J\"ational 4-H Sunday; also to participate in t.he den10nstration contest at Bethel high school May 1. The next mccting will bC' held May JO at the home of Mary Ann Sahli. Pauline Darling, lteporter

Calvin C. Capener, son of Mr. and Mrs. EvereH M. Capener of 852 South 113th St., has been promoted to corporal. He joined the Army in July, 1953, and is now a qualified pq.rachutist, with seven jumps, to Ms credit. He. is presently stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky.

Miss Sally Jones of Parkland, has been elected vice president of the- Willamette University chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, national honorary for freshmen women. Membership is limited to women with a 3.5 grade average.

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Three out of four traffic accidents involve passenger cars.

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April 21, school principals and orficers and health chairmen of P-TA and Preschool groups of the district, discussed plans for a Health Education Day in the early fall. Present were Mrs. Walter Perkuhn, Parkland P-TA, Mrs. Leo Maves and Mrs. Geneva Barlow, Parkland Preschool; Mrs. Max Effenberger and.Mrs. Thelma Thorpe, Collins P-TA; Mrs. Ralph Wight, Collins Tots club; )'virs. M. W. Jackson, James ,Sales P-TA; Mrs. Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Betty Archer, James Sales Preschool; . Mrs. Quinn Rinehart and Mrs. Ranghill Peterson,. Central Av.enue P-TA; Mrs. Lenhard Winter and Mrs. Mary Hart:, Central Ave11·.ue Preschool; Mrs. Paul Wilson an.d Mrs. Myron Krumm, High Booster club; Miss Nora Hall, health educator from Tacoma- Pierce County Hea!U1 department; Stanley Willis, principal Parkland school; Lyle Catt, principal James Sales school; Orville Weeks, principal Franklin Pierce high school; Morris E. Ford, superintendent of Franklin Pf~rce district; Delores Schmechel, public health nurse; Thelma .Freiter, public health nurse. Pfans were made for a second meeting in May. The subjects for Healfu Education Day wi11 be announced at a later date.

4-H Groups Plan Community 'fair

. · .· ·. Two young men of the community, both serving in the Army and stationed at Fort Lewis, will move to the Yakima' Firing Center in May to participate in Exercise Hi!l. '!'op with the 44th Infantry D1V1s10n. They are Army Chief Warrant Of~ieer Leo ~- Lavallee, whose wife, Janet, lives at Roy.. and Army Pfc. William L. Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorlen L. Buck of Spanaway. Lavallee is a veteran of World War II service in the Pacific theatre; he entered the Army"in 1941. Buck, who ente>red the Army in April, 1953, is a squad leader in the d" ·s·on's 129th Infantry Reci1 0 IVl ment.

Electrician's Mate Third Class George L. Echtle, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Echtle of Yelm, has been honorably discharged from th.e U. S. Navy at the Naval Receiving Station, Treasure Island, San Francisco. Eighty per cent of vehicles involved in fatal traffic accidents in 1953 were traveling straight ahead. More than 15,800 persons were killed in week end ,traffic accidents last year. Nearly 800,000 persons were injured in week end traffic accidents last year.

Donald E. Nordlund, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Nord.· lund, 8610 So. D St., has been promoted to staff sergeant while serving with the 6th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Medium, Weather, in Japan. Sgt. Nordlund is a senior automo- ' Qui:.:k reli'I/) NF.PH RON INHALATION tive mechanic with the squad· THEIRAPY ~,. helped countless. tliou..I ron. •nds. As~ .,bout our Trial. offer. s..~ iour Oruggf~t or write NEPHRON CQ~

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O ices State of Washington, Office of Supervisor. of Water Resourc· es, Olympia. NOTICE Of GROUND WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 3588 . Tf>KE NOTICE; That C. {'· ~herman qf Spanaway:_ Wi;is 1mgton on April 21, 19o4 filed application for permit to withdraw · public ground waters through a well situated within Government Lots 3 and 4 of Section 3, Tov.'l1ship 18 N., Range 3 E. W. M., in Pierce County, in the amount of 250 gallons per minute, subject to existing rights during irrigation season, each year for the purpose of irrigation. Any abjections must be accompanied 'by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of vVater Resources within thirty (30) days from May 6, 1954. vVitness my hand and official seal this 22nd day of April, 1954. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET State Supervisor of Water Resources. Published in the Times-Journal April 29. l\ifay 6, 1954.

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SP11ING PLOWING, discing and tilling; manure spread.ing; N. P. HOSP. DIST. GR 8492. 3ctf NOTHING DOWN TO G. I., ------~or owner will takr> small home LANDSCAPIKG; hulld.ozing, rotovRting; top soil and fcrtili· in trade. 3 bedrooms, living zer by sack, yard or truck· room, dining room, music room, load; free es-timales, monthly kitchen, built-ins, 3 pc. bath, rates; A. C. Edwards, 7202 cemr>nt fdn. Price only S6.950. Park Ave., HA 9997. 3ctf Call Ralph Decker HI. S579. HI 3980

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. <.continued from Page High School. "" 111 Ill Ill Voiting starts this Saturday, May 8, and is accomplished Round,up committeemen be· through the sale of Round.up gan to take on the western look buttons at fifty cents each. As this week and next Monday is has been previously announced the deadline for all Parkland Business club members to do ' ' likewise. Wearing of western regalia acts as a b1g publicity boost for the Round·up by creating interest and arousing ·the curiosity of the peQple passing through the area. Monday, May 17, is the date scheduled for the Park· land residents to start wearing western garb of some sort or displaying a Round-up botton Buy your Bikes from as an alternate. "Largest western parade of an authorized deal- western Washington" started out, as a dream, but now, according to Jack Brown, parade er who knows his chairman, it is f·ast becoming a Entries are pouring in product; same as ;-eality'. daily. They include floats, bands, marching units, mount· the Druggist knows ed groups, clowns, and lots. of other exciting entries. his. prescription. Work Party Don't forget the Round-up work parties: Tuesday and Thursday, 6 to 10 p.m.; Sunday, Parts & Accessories 8 a.m. to noon.

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SPANAWAY MEAT MAR.KET NEXT DOOR To· HERMAN'S GRanlte 8215 Prices Effective Friday & Saturday, May 7th .& 8th May 14, at Spanaway, proceeds to be used for the community Fourth of July celelbra'tion. Mrs. Maibel Patton is chairman. Altar Society The St. Benedict's Altar society is meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, May 10, at the home of Mrs. Harry Harrigan; co-hostesses will be Mrs. Arthur Kintz and Mrs: Ted Kintz. The new president, Mrs. S. F. Kintz, will have charge. Welcome to Spanaway Glad to welcome the Phillip Taylor family back to Spanaway. · Well Baby Clinic The Spanaway Well Baby Clinic will be held Monday, May 10; new hours of registration, 8:30 to 11 a.m. Dr. J. J, Erickson of Parkland Will be the examining physician. Home on Furlough SgL Joe L. Sy1~1mons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S;1-mmons, plancd in Sunday from California, having arrived from Korea on the USS General Col!ins. Afler 14 months in the Far East with the Army, he is home for a 30-day furlough. Birthday Party The Spanawa:Y Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary celebra'ted their birthday at the Top of the Ocean Monday evening, April 26. Present were Mesdames

Beulah Bal~ard, Joe Barsotti, Lorien Buck, Raymond Corl;lett; Haro.Id Crjsman, Edward Flan'. nery, Martin Gibbons, Merl~ Handy Jr., Jack Hendicksen, Carl Holder, S. Jasm~l!·· Ed. ward Larson, Madoche, Robert McCullough, Don McLellan, Oliver Omat, Ted O'Neil Jr,, Ted O'Neil Sr., Clara Robert Rhone, Willirun etti, George Schnelle, Slater, Bolb Steidel Sr., Ste~henson? Wayne Sw)nne;;, Louis Symmons, Harry Thomas, Irwin Timm, William WllJin, Harold Welton and Miss Randall. Prescnool Installs Spanaway Preschool met AprH 21 and installed the following officers for the coming year: President, Mrs. James Anderson (re-elected); vice president, Mrs. Palmer Skaer; secretary, Mrs. Melvin Elmore; treasurer, Mrs. George Vworeek (re-elected). Although there is no kindergarten, the group discussed the matter. It was decided to put the money derived from fundraising projects to work for the well baby clinic, Parents of pre. ·schllol age children are invited to join the Preschool group. Servicemen's wives are especial· ly welcome. For informaUon, call GR 7667.

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