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es Men and women of Clover Creek Post 118, American Legion and Clover Creek Unit 118, American Legion Auxiliary, will assist the 1957 March of Dimes drive by conducting a commun· ity-wide Blue Cr.utch sallO! Jan. ·4 and 5, Post Commander Albert L. Harvey Sr. announced today. The sale of the miniature Blue Crutch lapel tags will b.e .conducted on Spanaway street corn· ers and in other advantageous locations throughout the ~rea, Commander Harvey said. All funds, he declared, will be turned over in full to March qf Dimes headquarters for local and state-wide use in helping to finish the fight against. the dread disease, polio.· The Spo,naway American Legion commander said that his post was acting under the mandate of the 1956 convention in Bellingham when Washington. Legicn1aires voted to carry .on the Blue Crutch sales as a community service · program ·to help . the March of Dimes campaign. The American Legion, he added, has been designated by .the state headquarters of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis as the sole organization in the· state to carry on the Blue Crutch drive. Local Legion'aires and Auxiliary women will ask the people of Spanaway to purchase the miniature Blue Crutch lapel tags as an added contribution towards hastening the day when polio will be a disease of the past. "Great strides have been made against polio," Commander Har· vey said, "but .there is'. still much to do before the disease is conquered. More than 80,000 polio patients need. assistance; new drugs must be found to prevent ALL polio; sl<llled personnel must be trained to care for those already afflicted and, most important, everyone must be cinated. "Your contribution to the March of Dimes through the purchase of a Blue Crutch Friday or Saturday will help finish the job," Commander clared.

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Ce.ntral Ave. PT Due W.ednesday Central Avenue P-TA will meet Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 8:00 p.m. in the new multi-purpose room, a new addition on the back of the school. After the regular business session there will be a panel discussion on school administra" iion. The panel will include Morris Ford, superintendent of Frnn k lin Pierce school district; Ed N cl son, principal of Central Avenue school; Mr. Evans, Mr. Jordahl and Mr. Ed Hanson. The . . dedication of the new bmldmg unit will be a highlight of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Slenkamp will host the social hour. . WSCS The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Summit Methodist church will hold the regular monthly meeting Thursday, Jan. 10, at .7:45 p.m. so <nat all members of the three gmups may be present. There ~vlH be a sh0rt business scss_ion, followed by the regular lesson. 'rbis month's themo is "Youth As An Island in Our Community." A dedication service for new members and for the regular members is stressed. Mrs. Dill~ ni'an and Mrs. A. Schanck will be the hostesses. All interested woe men are invited. Orthopedic The Elmer G. Cm·lson Orthopc1lic Guild will meet Monday, ,Jan. 7, for 12:30 luncheon at the home of Mrs: Norman Johnson on Waller road near 104th St.

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by wfltin!t to a U. S. Senator from his state or the U. S.Representative from his. district. A request for nomination may be addressed either to newly-elected Members of Congress, or those who are· already members, including those leaving office in January 1957. Vacancies are also allotted to other categories, as listed in AFR 53-10. Eligibility requirements for candidacy arc; Individual must be at least 17 and must not have passed his 22nd birthday by July 1, 1957; a male citizen of the U.nited States; .morally and physically fit; between 5 feet 4 inches and 6 feet 4 inches in height, atrd never ha,'e been married. Approximately 300 cadets will be chosen by the AF to enter the third class at the Air For.ce Academy at its temporary site in Denver on July ,8, 1957.

Rodger Linde Post

Members of the Rodge1· Lunde Auxiliary No. 5052 VFW have cancelled L.11.eir regular he2tin(; scheduled for January 2, 195'/ and will hold their next regular business meeting in tho GroatGr Fern Hill Association Hall on January 9 commencing at 8 p. m. President of the auxiliary, Mrs. Arthur Neff, announces that she will ask fo reports of commilwes standing and specia !for that night. Members of th"' auxiibry furnished the entertainment for the big stage show held under the supervision of Mrs. Hugo Chapman.. Department sub-hospital chairman. Auxiliary Chairman, Mrs. Bud Surplus, was in charge of the entm,tainment, and Post member, Joe Coyle, acted as master of· ceremonies. MGmbcrs of the auxiliary attending included Mesdames Einar Thors<m, Joe McGar.r, Guy Steele, Ronald Johnson, Arthur Neff, Bud Surplus and J. w. Johnscon, Jr. Also attending were Mrs. Albert LoomiS, Third District Prnsiden t, "Pop, a bachelor is what a man and Mrs. William Havens of Wild calls himself before he. is married, West Auxiliary No. 91. Also Messrs. Albert Loomis, Einar isn't it?" Thorsen and Joe Coyle. Refresh"That's right, my boy." "What does he call himself ments were furnished by Wild West Auxiliary No. 91 and Narafter he is married ? " rows Bridge Auxiliary No. 10018. "Son, I would hate to tell."

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Mrs. Neff announces that members of the auxiliary are no\v .ri:aking plans to atten::l the Mid\ftlintsr Confen3!1Ce to be held in T::i..cc1n:i. J-~:1u-'. · - '':! ":ld -i.J, th ~s is the first t! r:.1c the ladies Auxiliary, De:!art:-~1cnt of V·{~sh­ in::; ®ton, 'l!FV'l hes :held this tyue of conference anC. it should be of interesst t.o all of those ati-.,:nding. 11rs. l'Jcff, al:o announces, ihat )_he ;_1.1· c'."1'..:u·y is p1.an-:.1ing to par'-~ri . . . ' l ' • . .,_ '"'.rti-~~ti -s :1:;,nned for ."T-..~;, '\.TI•'.'C Y'I·---~,_ - ~J-:nuary 20<?G Thcr:1:s ~c-·' ~- 1 ~_0 \Ve~k will btr' 1 -~l'.'. ·-.. Sunday--Re1igious 'freed:-:r::.1; }.'I')n:-'_::;y •-cm..Ltn1ii::v ser~.l1cc; 'i\1':sdny - Jobs for disabled veterans; \Vednesday - National Home; Thursday - Youth Vi'elfare; Friday - i~.m~ricanism and national escurity; Saturd~y - is open souse. M1·s. Rud Surnlus, announces that the auziliery will hold it's fh~st pa:rty of the new year 'for the patients at Madigan Hospital Thursday night. Bingo will be played and refreshments' served. Rodger Lunde Auxiliary 5052 Ione M. Johnson 1

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West Central The Evergreen Conference defend.ihg champions the Pacific Lutneran Gladiators, open their 1956-57 league pfay tonig•ht as they host Eastern Washin~ton College oL~d,uca­ tiqn at the PLC gynrnasium.

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• At milepost 1318 you will reach Tok Juncti::m UB. Customs and Immigration offices. Hours are from 8 a.m. til 10 p.m., Alaska time. You must stop here and receive clearance to proceed on into Alaska. You'U find the officers courteous, and ready to welcome yon .to Alaska. You'll receive a bumper strip tO place on your car showing that you are an Alaskan visitor. Most tourists ask for a second one; one to pface on their' car while fo Alaska mid one to show the folks back .home. Don't hesitate to ask for a second one. The officers are t1seq fo the request.

At 'l'ok Jun.ction t~e Glenn Highway turns off to your foft for 328. rnile.s to Ancho:age. In this. s~ries. of a.rticles we wlll continue on ,tl:w Alcan. towards F,airbanks then return you to T<;>k Junction and cover· the Glenn Highway to Anchorage and on to Seward. At milepost 1327 you will reach the Tanacross Junction. A 2 mil.e side trip to your l'ight will bring you to Tanana tl.iver and an. old airport. Across the i:iver you will see the old Indian village {)f St.. Timothy's located on the Eagle trail to Valdez. The white ~en have long since given up the use of this trail but not so the Indians, who still prefers to travel off the highway whenever possible. At m~;post !398 you cross the Big Gerstle River bridge and enter the lVlL: Blair .and Mt., Haye~ gam~ reserve ~here the Alaska G~.me comr:usswn rs experimentmg with tho rmsmg of.._Buffalo. W 1th luck you may spot one near enough to the road to enable you to snap a picture. · , At milepost 1425 you reach Big Delta .Junction. The above photo .shows· a sign post erected here, and we expect in all seriousness, for the mileages shown are reasonably accurate, At this point th:' Alcan I~.ighway actually ends, f?r the balan?e of the distance to Fairbanks is. covered over the Richardson Highway, constructed snme time. i'l: the. eal'ly 20's, ahd your next mileposts read 99, 98, 97,etc., indicati.•g the remaining .distances to Fairbanks. From now on it will seem to be a crazy mi:s:ed Uf> world. 24 hours of daylight, small planes flyfog around at all hours, people out 01:\ lakes fishing at 1 a.m., bars going full blast an eight, weekdays or not, child.ren playing outside at 2 a.m., etc, In Alaska. with it's th.ree ·1llpritl;i~ 0$ summer and. long hours of daylight,. people sef)m to be trying to make the most of it cramming a fµll month's living into a couple of weeks. Now you'll really see wl1ere bringing food from tl;ie States with you.will give y 0 µ added savings on ycwr trip, for with thE> Jong,.hours ' :y,q~~IX:)~i;~~~Fr:+~;·: ~;.;,~~Li'"i;:}·'.'.:·1; lz::t~iiIS' '~;,;:/lay. ·' in':dt'e'ad'. ;,Of'' 3; '._Be for(;·' you leave1 stoclz up __ at -{ti.¢ -- -· ·---~ ·•

After a more than succe 0sful non-conference schedule, which includ"ed victories over Central Washington, CPS, St .. Martin's, Pacific University, Linfield, Westmont and the University of British Columbia, the Lutes.. also host ever-powerful Whitworth on Satu1·day night and CPS the .following WednPsciny. Usual Starters Coach Marv Harshman is ex-. pected to stick with his usual starters including Jim Van Beek and Chuck Curtis at forwards, Nick Kelderman nt center, and Eogcr Iverson. and Jack Sinderson at guards. Last year the Lutes met Eastei'n twice and won both tilts by easy margins. Against their Saturday night opponents, Whitworth, the Gladiators lost both 1955-56. loop games but still edged the Whits in the final league standings. In pre-conference games this yeo.r the Lutherans have demonstrated D. powedul scoring punch by averaging neo.~ 80 points. pel' game while holdfog their OJ?poncnts to .. around 60. High scorer during the early games was big Chuck Curtis followed by Roger Iverson and Jim Van Beek. ,Fap.s are ea!ierly !'Waiting the init)al. garoe .With Eastern to;iight, but most of the atten~ion 15 focuse.d ont~e Saturday mght battle with Whitworth. The Spokane ball clul:> has an. impressive pre-loop record somewhat as the Lutes. But they include wins over such Northwest powers as Wash. , St. t C ti G mg,,on 'fl e o ogc, onzaga and .ldaho State. 1955-65 Evergreen Standings w L PACIFIC LUTHERAN . 15 3 h" ,. . . . ·' "' W itwo. th.: · · · · · · · · 13 " Cer,itral Wash. · · · · · · · · 12 6 Eastern W4~. ·.· · · ... , 8 10 U of Brit. Columbia . . . 7 11 CPS .. . .. .. ... . ...... 4 14 Western 'i'{ ash. . , , . . . 4 14

FORMER CARDINJ\.L-One time Franklin Pierce cager, Jim Van Beek is now a regular st<1rtcr us a sophomore on the Pacific Lutheran squad and has be.en averaging 10 points per game plus ,o. largo p<li'centage of rebounds. Van Beck is expeded to start against E.astern tonight. (Pll()to by McKewen)

Franklin Pierce Hosts Highline Friday In fight For Loop Lead A game of the giants!! Thatis what it appears to be as the only two unbeaten teams in the powei·ful Pug·ct Sound basketball league tangle tomorrow night when local Franklin Pierce hosts Highline at the

Cardinal's gymnasium. Highlino, a squ<ld which has rolled to seven straight wins this year, will be carrying a 4-0 league record into the game, while the Cardinals are current,. ly in second spot with a 3-0 mark. Tall Squad The big Pil:ates, .who slammed Central Kitsap Friday night for their seventh in"acrow 55-42, have a tall squad and are rated near the top in the state. Meanwhile, Coach Del Schafer's Cm-<linals, who have been idle since Dec. 22, have a smaller squad but have a .well rounded offensive punch with any member of the squad capable of scor~tm'~ Nurt1in!l Honl:lllf ing in the double figures. Schafer is expected to start Ail on grou.ni! fl;ior no wa~, no ateps. Cheerful Wl"Nl'l.mci· Gary Moore. at center, Ron HovInns, expert care, exoolle.nt ey. and Bill Mahaffey or:petef~ fo;id. Doctor reflaretl. Aged & son at }9rw'/,rds,. ',Ind Jerry :S:oxc ,conva1el!<!lent:f,\, •• , scl'y 'and Dick Groom at gu'ards. 901 Tuft Lal<~ R~. . GR 7857 : 1 In the only loop game last ''~'.'P"'.< week, Clover Park pulled an upset when they dumped favored Enumclaw 47-42. Dave Morley, 6-2 forward, hit for 20 points to lead the Warriors in their second 10816 Portland Ave. GR 5'395 'vin in a ro\V. Out of the league, . the two A Restful Home cellar dwellers, Puyallup and W4r '!'he Aged Sumner, were both taking double losses from Stadium and or Convalescent. Lincoln in a tourney at Sumner over the weekend, LICENSED NURSES ON Full Schedule DUTY 24·HOURS A DAY In other games set for Friday Reasonable Rates night, Auburn hosts Rento,<, Sumner is at Clover Park ar1d

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Lea?,ue action in the WesL Central basketball conference gets 'undenvay tomoi·i·ow (Friday night) with all eight squads set for initial battles. Th<:; Bethel Braves host powerful Peninsula, Yelm is at Eatonville, White River entertains Vashon and Orting is at Fife. Last weekend B.cth2l lost to North Thurston 48-4G in n nonleague con test which saw the Bmvcs behind during the last three frames after holding a 12,7 first period lend. Cal Christoph and Dn ve Leigh paced the B1:aves with JG and 15 points re· spectively, Fi·iday night North Thurston knocked off a11othe1· \Vest Central squad when they .downed Yelm 61l-51. fn the other game involving a West Central squad Peninsula stopped North Kitsap 49-32. Tuesday, Jan. 8, more action is ·scheduled in tho conference with. another full , slate. Bethel journeys to Fife, White River is at Eatonville, Orting invades Peninsula, and Yelm hosts Vash-

Two local schools meet an important point in their ba.sketbaH schedule this week, us the Pacific Luther an .Gladiators host Whitworth Saturday night in What will probably be their roughest test in Evergreen Conference play. The other is Franklin P,ierce high school. Th·· Cardinals no doubt will have their hardest loop night as they host the only other unbeaten league team ... High line.

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lVIarv Harshman, the Lutes very successful coach, should ibc all smiles with the past performance of his squad. But like many other mentots, Harshman expects the worst from Whitworth ... as he doe,ci each school the Lutes meet. And he· has good reason to. The Spokane crew have chalked up Rome pretty impressive wins this year and they inclqcle victories over Washington State College (who Rlapped East~rn Washington Friday night 91-61), Gonzaga and Idaho State to mention only a few.

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And not enough can be said about Highlinc. But to make the Fra11klhi P.ierce fans feel better, here is what Bill Trowbridge, the Pirates head coach said about his team and the league before the season started: He picked Renton, Franklin Pierce and Puyallup all over 11.is sguad and stated that they would be inexperienced at the key positions and also guards.

II1. pre-confm·cnc~ tourname;its * * during the first part of the seaBut so it seem~ that Trowbridge has been modson, Peninsula, Yelm, Bethel and e>it. In the first place his squad is already o'ver all Eatqpvjlle establishing them- three of the abQV(1 named teams (with Puyallup shi1 se1veS as ·favorites.

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Washington State * * * The mad scramble in the West Central league Dumps Eastern should start to untangle now that the loop games \Vil!

Was\rington Stat.e College hit its best .st.ride of the season last we.ek wh,en they dumped Eastern W ashirigton of the Evergreen Conference 91-61 in a game played at Pullman The win for WSC was somewhat of a revenge win over the Evergreen loop as Whitworth whipped them earlier this, season.

Huskies Meet USC On Friday The University of Washington head for Los Angeles and a two game se1·ics with the University of Southern California this weekend. The Huskies are favorites as the PCC 0 pens play as they dumped the Trojans 80-61 last weekend at Corvallis. Co-captain Bruno Boin hit 27 points to pace the Huskies.

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According to recently publishBusy Beavers ed reports, automobile drivers The Busy Beavers had their in Washington and other Westmonthly business meeting Dec. ern States soon will receive an 28 in the Breithaupt home. We increase in auto insurance rates. discussed plans for the new year. In checking into the reasons For our community project this for such increases, we find that year we are going to help on traffic accidents have increased Camp Curran, the Boy Scout substantially in our state during camp. It was moved, seconded the past year. With 376 persons and carried that everyone work killed, fatalities from automobile on it. accidents were up 15% for the Our re·cord books were passed first nine months of 1956 comout. We received more blue ribpared with tbe same period of bons than last year. 1955. The club received an achievement seal for the work we have The number of traffic accidents done during the past year. on tbe west coast has increased ·Linda· Breithaupt, Reporter. every month for the ·past 18 months. Duane L. Schmidt, son of Mrs. Here's the record for WashingBeatrice M. Schmidt of 766 South ton state, for the first 9 months 133rd street, has been selected of 1956 compared with the same at San Diego training center as period of 1955: apprentice petty officer second *Traffic deaths up 14.3 per cent for a total of 375. *Injury accidents up 7.5 per cent for a total of 15,432. *Property damage accidents up 4,5 per cent for a total of 53,652 . Even more startling than the rise in the number of accidents is the cost of paying the claims 3 Trips Daily i: resulting from them. The averTo Parkland, Spana.way age award to persons injured in Summit, Midland traffic accidents has jumped over 200% in the past few years, and GENERAL FREiGHT the cost of settling claims has in· creased 41 % in the past five Reporter - Mrs. Ted Otteryears. sfod, GRanite 7658. It costs more to repair damaged cars, too. Today's swept-up rear fenders, fancy grills, wraparound windshields and other WHY COOK? TAKE A REST. YOU'VE style changes all add to the cost HAD IT ROUGH DURING THE HOLIof repairs and replacements. For DAYS. FEED YOUR CREW OUR ••• example, a windshield that used to cost only ten or twelve dollars to replace can easily run as much as $125 today. Jan. 4th, 5th, 6th Fri., Sat., Sun. The money to pay for these increasing and more costly accidents can only come from one source insurance pre1niums, Ph. GR 4181 - Burgers will be ready when yon arrive! yours and mine. W c all share in the responsibility of traffic safety, and we all must bear the consequences of our mounting highway toll. In a sense, our own Winter Hours: Weekdays 12 p.m. Ti! 1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. "chickens" are coming home to Til 11:00 p.m.-Sat. l~il l .,,m.-Sun.12 Ti! ll p.m. 'roost. The way to prevent further in112TH & PARK (Across From IGA Foodtown) creases in auto insurance rates, and to bring about lower rates is clearly before us. Extra care in our driving during 1957 can mean more money in our pockets-as well as fewer injured people-during 1958.

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