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TO FILE CLAJMS . - :Post Qfficre and Adiitess~ In the Iviatter af the Estds c£ .K~NtlALL 0. HALVORSI!:N TIT.DA 0. :E.Ll.iNGBON. Attorm;y for the Estate KENDAI.,L o. i.fai.VGRSEN DecE,ased.. 217 Garfield Street Attorney NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN P 0, Box 2456, Parkland Brinch 217 Garfield St,, Parkland 'l'hat L~tters of Ad1hinistratio1~ 'Taeoma 44, Washington. IN 'I'HE SUPERIOR COURT. OF 'l'HE STATE OF WASHINGTON or, -the Est,,.t2 .;-.f TildE< 0. Elling- . Publi.shed in the Times-Journal son, deceE<sed, were granted to January 3, 10, 17, 195'1. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY the unc\ersig·ned, on the 28th day OF PIERCE. uf Dec:e1r~ber, 1956 by the said ANNON W, MAY fN' PROBATE :3up2rior Court. Atti>rney I'h 62680 i-\.11 pBrsons 1-uriing cLdrns 110':' P§N Bank Bldg. NOTICE TO CREDiTORfl ngrdr!st said estate· Hre :required Ta.coma '\vith the neci::s~ In The Su:peri&r Court Of The by Ml's. George Ifaabnd. .John lo serve thetn sary vouch~1 rs upon r:ne at n1y State c~ \Vashir1gtun !n and r.iilkr was Santa Cbus and Mr<. address, er of the attorney ndFor th.e CuUntv of Pierce. A.lk•n SYnith had ch::.n·g12- c1f the dross. beleiv; stated. \Vithin six :Na.. 628&8 h-0'\ts. M'"'· S. Hart: and Mrs. m_onths nft<:1· the date of the 'fitst NOTICE OF HEARING Joe IIofto did t}H~ J.c,corttt!ne· an.J publication of this notice, to-wit: within six months after the 3rd In 'I'he Matter Of '.!'he Adoption r..ctsd il.3 hostesses. of day of Janurrry, 1957, and file the In Hospital DONALD GERHART BOLTON \Ve are sorry to report that same with the Clerk of this Court BOLTON with proof of such sc;rvthe Rev. H. J. Wood, former fog<;ther ice, or they c>hnll b\' forever ··---·-··· - ··pastor of the Summit Methodist barred. church, is seriously ill in the Date of First Publication ,Jan. Luthei·an :Minor hospital fo Puy- 3, 1957. allup. V.'on't you, his friends, JOHN ELLINGSON, drop him a card or write him Ex.ecutot· a note? 6709 Waller Road Engaged Tncon1et, Wash.

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Net.vs of the engagement of Mis::: Juanita Capen, daughter of Pref. and Mi·s. E. J. Capen, ancl Owen W. Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carl.son of Canyon road, was told recently. Owen is a graduate of the University of ·washington, where he majored in bus5ress ndn1inistration; Miss Capen is a se-nior at the university. Owen grnduntcd from Cr,ntral A v<0nuc school and Puyallup hi'gh school and is no\Y serving in the Navy, his home base being San Diego, Calif. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Gene Armstrong and child,·en have returned to theor home in Rohnerville, Ct1lif., after spending three weeks with their parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Casper frish of Burnett street, and Mr..and Mrs. E. D. Armstrong of 84 th and A street. Reporter - Mt·s. !VI. S. Rau, GRanite 8391.

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Coach Marv Harshman's red hot Pacific Lutheran Gladiators step from the rugged Evergreen Conference this weekend when they host the defending AAU champs, the Buchan Bakers, Saturday night at the PLC field house. Although the outcome of the contest does not effect the Lutes NCAA standings since games with non-college teams are not counted, the Parkland school will be out in full force to stop the Bakers and avenge an earlier loss to them. With Jack Sinderson's sprain· ed ankle healed, Harshman is expected to go back with his regular five which includes· Sinderson and flashy Roger Iverson at guards, Nick Kelderman at center, and Chuck Curtis and Jim VanBeek at forwards. In their first meeting the Lutes dropped a 87 · 75 tilt to the Bak· ers which saw the score within four points until the closing minutes when the AAU squad .pulled away. Since that game the Lutherans w.on 11 in a row through last Saturday's V\'hitworth contest. Last week the Gladiators gave home-town fans something to cheer about as they opened their Evergreen loop defense with an easy win over Eastern 84-59 and Saturday swamped powerful Whitworth 91-73. In both ball games the local fans saw former Franklin Pierce star, Jim VanBeek, rip the nets with 25 and 20 points on a display of long jump shots. VanBeek's 25 paced PLC against Eastern, while his 20 was second to deceptive. Iverson's 25 against Whitworth.

Franklin Pierce's Cardinals play their second straight Puget Sound League game away this wee.k as ,they journey to Enumclaw in one of lour loop games. GRanite 0223 Othe acrtion includes Clover Park at Auburn, Puyallup at Renton, Sumner at Kent-Meridian and league leading Highline steps from the loop to meet Seattle Prep. Bill Trowbridge's Highline Pir·

THADEN, VAUGHAN PACE WOMEN'S BO\'il'LING LOOP Eileen Thaden (Bazaar of Originals) rolled a 421 series to pace the Rolling· Bee Women's Bowling League at the Paradise Bowl Monday, while Leanne Vaughan (Parkland Pharmacy) hit a 166 for high single game. , Carlson' Brothers and Rucker Brothers still hold the 1c2 spot in the standings.

Pacific Lutheran is still on the rampage! Last week they buzzed through two of the toughest Ever~ green Conference ;;;quads with ease and demonstrated a torrid attack: Ag·ainst Whitworth Saturday night (Whitworth is the same squad that dumped vVashington State, Gonzaga, Idaho State and others), the Lutes hit from ates continued to remain among every corner, far out, tip-ins and from a snazzy selecthe state's scarce prep teams tion of layups out of a deceptive weave around the with unbeaten records this sea- free throw lane.

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In other contests Fl"iday mild unsets were the feature. Enumclaw won its third game of five, dropping the visiting Kent-Mer· idian Royals, 47-35. Sumner scored its first victory in league play clubbing the Clover Park Warriors, 49~39, and Auburn sur· prised Renton, 45-38. Ron Hovey and Gary Moore hit teµ points a piece for the Cardinals, but Rich Stanley and George Holthe collected 22 points between the m[or Highline. The Cards shared the lead with Highline most of the game, but fell behind in the third quarter, scar· ing only 4 points while Highline netted 14.

West Ce!ltral loop CAPABLE STARTER-,Lute Jerstad, small 5'8" guard !rom Park- Has f1nll Schedule land, proved to be a capable starter for the powerful Pacific LuthAnother full slate is scheduled eran Gladiators last week as he replaced injured Jack Sinderson Friday night in the West . Cenin the first two Evergreen Conference games of the season. · Photo by McKewen tral loop as eBthel travels to Orting, White River goes to Yelm, Peninsula hosts Fife and

Huskies Continue PCC Title Bid; Host Idaho In Two Game Series

Last week Yelm, Vashon and Peninsula each won its second straight league game to move into a first place tie. Yelm stopped Eatonville 53-50, Vashon dumped White River 53-50, Vashon dumped White River 5339, Peninsula edged Bethel 47 42 and Orting whipped Fife 5742. On Tuesdr:i:y .JFin. 15, inore action is sch'Oduled with BRthcl hosting Vashon, Ortin at White River, Yelm at Fife and Penin-

* · '' · · · · f h But it 1s.11nposs1ble to smgle out one o ti.e Lutes without saymg more abo_ut the others. They have an all-aroi:nd attac~ that will carry them along way before this season IS over. . Each o.ne of the Lutes arc good scorers and have hit. in the high figures ... but still none of them are point happy and ·nohe hog 'the ball.

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Franklin Pierce was dumped for the first time in Puget Sound play last week, but they still gave leading Highline its roughest game of the season. Del Schafers crew battled all the way to the wire before bowing in a thriller 42-38. Again the Cards showed an e'ven attack with two men hitting 10 points and two scoring 7.

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We said earlier that the U of W asbington football scene looked all confused. Now with the announcement that top quarterbacks Al Ferguson and Bob Dunn that they may not return, it looks more so.

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Washington entertains Idaho ers. Simmons has been ·labelied Friday and Sa~urday night in the "the best ·little man on the first Pacific Coast Conference Coa:st." basketball series of the season at Coach Harlan Hodges, who is . expected to be on the Vandal Edmunds011 Pavilion. Tipoff time is at 8:05. Prelim· bench after undergoing a recent inary games are scheduled for appendectomy, has only one real6:05 each evening. ly big man on his squad-Jim The Vandals, a "darkhorse" in Branam, a 6-7 junior. However, the P. C. C. title chase, could. his rostey is packed with a nurn· take' a big step towards their bcr of players who stand 6-2, 6-3 sula at Eatonville. goal by gaining at 1<3aSt a split or 6-4. in the Seattle set. Their other, Tippy Dye's Washington squad critical road series is against Cal•' ls headed, of course, by two BY AN EXPERT ifornia at Berkeley. young giants, 6-9 Bruno Boin and Ga,ry Simmons, t)1e Vandalit;,J3-7 Doug Smart.. Teamed "1ith smooth 5-11 junior guard from : 6,3 Bill Stady in the front line, Twin Falls, Idaho, will be a they pose Idaho a big problem marked man for Husky defend- around the backboards.

PARKLAND GOSPEL CHAPEL

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son, but the Pirtes had trouble in salvaging their e1ghth straight And hitting his form was Jim VanBeek. Which is victory of the year last Friday. of much interest to local fans as he is more or less a Highlii;e i;ipped De~ Schafer's "home town boy'' since he played prep ball at FrankFrankhn Pierce Cardinals, 4~-38 !in Pierce. at Parkland. It was the Mth VanBeek along with his rug-ged rebounding hit league wm for the leaders 'f while 25 counters agamst ' · E ast ern an d 20 ~ agamst · Wl11twor ' ' til th . tl1e Card s h a d \von each o e1r n Ll · .. three previous league starts. 0 mosdy Ong JUmpi' sho~;

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TOTAL· RESOURCES LIABILITIES Deposits: Demand ....•.••• .' •••••••••••••...•.. $88,546,481.44 Savings and Time ..•..••••••••.•••... 63,417,811.48 TQTAL DEPOSITS .........•..•.•............... $151,964,292']y; Interest Collected - Unearned . . . . . • • . . . • • . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,040,630.?;'i Letters of Credit and Acceptances ....••. , • • • . . • . . . . . • . 313,901.CJ'I Ot'!ier Liabilities •........ , . . . . . . . . • . • • • • . • • . . . . . • • • . . 105,137.31} Reserve"for Interest, Taxes, etc. . . . . . • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 792,247.5(} Reserve for Possible. Loan: Losses ..... • •.' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,249,3,16..:!8 Capital .. , ......................... • ..•. $4,482,812.50 Surplus .........••• • • • • • • • • • • . • . • • • • . . . • 4,517 ,187 .50 Undivided Profits. . . . . . . . • • • • • • • . . • . • • • . . 3,248,825.03 Total Capital Funds ...•• , •.•.••.••.. -::-::::--::--::-:.~. 12,24?3,82£).!!? TOTAL LIABILITIES ~ ... , •••••••..•...••........ $Hi7,714,38:1;.28

R. IL SNOWDEN, Manager W. M. ADAMS, Assistant Cashier W. DEAN, Assistant Cashier J. R. WHISLER, Ass.istant Cashier

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Granges was held Saturday evening, Jan. 5, at the Ohop Grange hall. Mrs. Jonas Asplund was installed as master of Ohop The Weyerhaeuser school club Grange and Paul Gaut as the will sponsor a games party Sat· new master of the Elbe Grange. urday, Jan. 26, at 8:00 p. m. The installation ceremony was to raise funds for finishing the The joint installation of officonducted by J. L. Larson of the community hall kitchen. cers for both the Elbe and Ohop Grange at Roy. Dad's Nite The Columbia Crest P-TA announces the annual Dad's Nite

Two Granges I 11I l.eaders 1i11sta

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Septic

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Custom Built

TROUIL&S ARE OVER

Cabinets & Store Fixtures We Install Free Estimates

No Down Payment On Repairs -

Balance

RH 0 NE 'S

Low Mon1Jhly Bank Payments

Frank Reardon GR 5758

CABINET SHOP

PARKLAND AUTO. REPAIR

10214 PACIFIC AVENUE

So. 161.st St.

GR 3342

Spanaway

GRatHte 4433

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mettler Jr. attended a family reunion and New Year's party of the Sutter family, of which Mrs. Mettler is a member, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kuengi at Fife. There were 22 adults present. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards of Seattle were New Year's Day visitors of Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. Pearl Engel. · Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mettler Sr. spent New Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Louie Kalin at Buckley. Mrs. Kalin is Mr. Mettlcr's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambert were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Connally on New Year's Day. The two families have been together every Ne\.v Ycars for almost 30 years. Reporter Pearl E. Engel,

meeting the evening of Jan. 9 at the school. Big Fish Mel Ceccanti won the applaus of friends the past week by catching a 22-pound salmon in the Co\\ditz river. Grange Dinner The candle lighting ceremony will be held for members of the Elbe Grange at their hall Jan. 18 following the annual birthday dinner and preceding the business scsion. All members am urged to !lttend. Closed for Repai!'s Al Ostrom has closed his cafe for repairs and expects to reopen for business by March 4. Holiday Fun Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fisk and thejr son and \vife and children spent New Year's Day at Onalaska with the Lee Fisk family.

nounce the marriage 0£ their daughter Sharleen to John Wal· ters of Spojmne, Wash. Eddie Williamson left Tuesday Reporter Mrs. Ted Otterfor North Island, Calif., after a stad, GRanite 7658. few days at home; he had been stationed at Treasure Island, Calif. Bethel high school will end the Woodland P=TA first semester Jan. 25. Semester tests will be held Jan. 16, 17, 18, Woodland P-TA will meet in 21 and 22, so all students should the school gym Friday, Jan. 11 attend school these days. Bethel basketball team will be at 8:00 P. M. This is the annual away from home this week, play- Dad's Nite event, with the lads ing. Fife . Tuesd.ay evening and in charge of program and re .. Ortn'.g Friday mght. . . . ge t - freshments; everybody mv1led. . 1e L eague b· as k e tba ll 1s L1tt ting into full swing now, every .... Saturday morning from 9:00 to noon for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Otterstad an-

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Now that the holiday season is over, it's time to think about seed catalogues apd dream about far-away swnmet• vacations; Not eve~ the most hardy gardener, is about to brave the January cold to dig in the flower beds this month. We're afraid this. activity will have to be confined to indoor gardening. Whether or not you have a green thumb, you can add a sparkle of color to your home with a gay color extension tele- ..........~·- ~·~"'' pho11e. Have it i11staHed in any room you . Bill McLeod, your Telephone use a lot - kitchen, recreation i·oom or Manager laundry. And from our eight telephone colors you can provide a pleasant accent to your de~<_:>_rating sc.~en:_e~<>,_t: select a harmonizing color. · -·

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This is my fa-st opportunity to introduce myself to ·many Tacomans. I thought it would be a good idea to have you meet tho rest of the McLeod household, pictured ahove. Both Marianne and I were born and raised in Spokane. Marianne is a former PaGific Telephone employee, having worked in the Spokane Business Office. The "camera-hog" in the center of the picture is our pet boxer Bonrlcc. Although we've. had her for less than a year, she's already become quite a household fixture. \V'e '~'ere forluna.to ir1 locating a ho1ne cut on South Leslis a11d n1a11B-g€d to m~ve in before Ch:ristn1as. Now that we are settled, we.'re lookil1g forwad to meeting ma11y more oi you foiks. Remember, if you any questions 7 about al".!y phase of your t.elepbone. servlce, '\Ve at your Telepho11e Business Office arc here lo serve ycu. Just give us a call.

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The Collins P-TA will meet on Thursday, Jan, 17, at 8:00 p. m, in the school gym. A kitchen shower is planned for this meeting; everyone is asked t,o bring useable articles for a kitchen.'that they no longer need. .. , Thmgs most needed include er eam and ' sugar sets, , salt and pepper . shakers, tablespoons, knives, cake and pie s~..i;vers, egg beaters, pptato masher, small

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TIMES~

Kitchen Shower For Collins P-T

CONTEST FOR THE WOMEN OF Pl'E:RCE COUNTY.

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