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Ski School Bus .Each Saturday The ski school bus picked up four Elbe young people Saturday SALE _ Men's brown 2 _ mm;ning for the trip to Rainier - Good clover and also oat hay; phorie pants suit1 size 42; also \Vorking National park. There were Ruth 13p22 ciothes cheap; GR 6933. 15c19 and Rodney Swanson, Tom. Fit---·-------------- . ------- zer- and Te!'ry Peterson. PIANO LESSONS - Classical The. bus will sto;' at Swanson's and modem. Reasonable rate. · mm Ca'Jl GR.4051 or GR 0420. l5ctf store every Saturd~y at ---· -·a. m. for all who wish to FOR SALE - All wool hooked ski lessons. Per Feed Dollar rug, lO'x14',. 1 year old; make Columbia Crest Wins offer; 12102 South Eye, GR 4•1i~ Columbia Crest defoated Mor_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1_5_~ ton grade school 20 to 12 Fri. day evening, Jan. 11.

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GR 3941 SEWING, plain or fancy; adult's 141st & Pac. Ave. Orpen Till 9;00 p.m. or children's; 760 South 112th, - ------·---GR 6982. 14tf FOR SALE Airline portable BABY SITTING in your home radio, battery or A.C., with curevenings; reliable adult with rying strap, nearly new condiown transportation; Gra4.am tion, $17. See Dave at Times15ptf 7-7462. 14c19 Journal office. ~--·-·~-

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CHILD CARE, my home; low TAP DANCING LESSONS. B(!. rates; Midland district; GR 3325. ginning and advanced. Call Jim 15ctf 14ctf Nylander, GR 0574. LICENSED, experienced play FOR SALE - Used beaters at room and half bath for child- Parkland Fuel Oil Service; ren; HI 6540. 14c19 GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave ------15ct!

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Joint installation of officers was held Saturday evening, Jan. 12, in the Columbia Crest gym by the Odd Fellows, Rebekabs, Ji·. Odd Fellows and Theta Rho Girls. The Odd Fellows have put a new cement foundation under tho.ir hall and are now covering the exterior walls with shalrnc;, greatly improving the hall. Tragedy From Omaha, Neb., coxnes news of the death of two children of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Diggs in a fire which destroyed their ho1ne and all their pof_;sessions Formerly of Elbe, Ben settled in Omaha some years ago. Improving Mrs. Al Reber is nov1 at hmn0 after a long and painful stay in the hospital because of a shattered knee cap and later 1Nith pneu-. mania. Passes Ernest Reasoner, 85, died Inst week in Blanchard, Idah0, where he and i,."d.fe moved eight years ago after Jiving for so1ne -ti1ne at Elbe. Reporter Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

CAN'T PAY balance on SINGER electric portable with carrying case. Take over $38 due at $5 each month and get free home BULLDOZING .- DITCHTNG d"monstration. UPTON ELECGRAVEL _ TOP SOIL - SEPTIC TRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU TAKKS . DRAIN FIELDS. 2551. 15cl9 1750.9th St. S.W., Puyallup Phone Puyallup 5-2452 BRAND NEW American made 15ctf portable light weight ,sewing machine with 12 attachments, No. 62680 SPECIAL ORDERS. CAKES- $33; South Tacoma Sewing Ma· NOTKCE TO C!RED!TORS Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann. chine Center, . 5444 South TaTO FILE CLAIMS Bakery. 15ctf coma Way. 15ctf -------In the Matter of the Estate of FOR SALE - Siegler heaters BABY FURNITURE, new and TILDA 0. ELLINGSON, at Parkland .Fuel Oil Service; used, for sale or rent; Deceased. GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. SMALL FRY EXCHANGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1109 Marke.t St., 'BR 9505. 15ctf That Letters of Administration 15ctf 01ithe Estate of Tilda 0. EllingROD IRON TV Tables $5.95. Ad- son, deceased, were granted to justable swivel top TV tables the undersigned, on the 28th day $7.95. PARKWAY FURNITURE, of December, 1956, by the said 141st & Pacific Ave. Open till Superior Court. All 9:00. GR 3941. 15c19.

Ace Dirt Moving Co.

FOR SALE New and used dimensional·& 1" lumber, stored inside. Save. Phone GR 0667. 15pl8

(Formerly. Rusler's.) .• Across from Parkland Post Office GR 8187

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WEBB ELECTRIC Days GR 7463. Eve. GR 4437

FOR SALE ~ Hotpoint electric range; GR 410'7. 15c19

PETS - If you wish to adopt a dog or cat as a. pet, come to the Tacoma Humane Society, 2608 Center Street, ope!\ daily, Saturday & Sunday from 9-5. 15 ----·-·--USED BARGAINS 5-piece Chrome set $27.50; 5-ps. wood kitchen set $14.50; Enam" el vanity, large mirror $14.50; Wicker rocker $4.50; Simmons .bed chair $19.. 5l\ PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st & Pacific Ave. Open till 9:00. GR 3941. 15c19 GREEN UPLAND SLAB - 2 cords $14; GR 3306. 15ctf USED SINGER light weight portable $28; South Tacoma Sewing Machine Center, 5444 South Tacoma Way. 15ctf

NEGCHI sewing machine returned; you take over balance REMINGTON 300 deer rifle, 1956 of. $55; South Tacoma Sewing model, like new $60. Marlin Machine Center, 5444 South Ta- Model M-39-A 22 rifle with 4.coma Way. 15ctf power Weaver scope, perfect; $35; GR 4648 after 6:00. 15cl!l SAVE $40.00 ALL NEW full house Olds enFIRESTONE Foam Rubber Innerspring Mattress & Box Spring, gine] never run; Tacoma's twin or full size, $69.50 sot. largest ;md best equipped; full PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st inside description to interested and Pacific Ave., Open till 9:00; party. . cash or trade for? GR 15cl9 GR 3941. 15c19 4648 a.Her 6:00. I

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Attorney : 217 Garfield St., Parkland IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE-STATE OF WASHINGTON BR 8311 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE. IN PROBATE FOR SALE Maytag washer, chairs, dressers'; tables, etc.; GR 15c19 4132.

G. ANDERSON FUEL CO.

ANNON W. MAY Attorney 1107 PSN Bank Bldg. Tacoma In The Superior Court Of The State of Washington In and For the County of Pierce. , No. 62698 NOTI((E OF HEARING In The Matter Of The Adoption of DONALD. GERHART BOLTON TO: KERMIT ELLSWORTH BOLTON. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition has been filed in the above entitled matter, on the 31st day of December, 1956, fo,. the adoption of the above named minor, who was born to HELEN E. BOLTON, in Sioux City, Iowa, on the 23rd day of July, 1938. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED, that it, has been alleged that you have abandoned and <lid abando11 said child, and you are hereby notified that a hearing will be held on the 31st day of January, 1957, in the Department of the presiding Judge, of the above entitled Court, to determine Whether or not, said child has been abandoned by you, and to determine whether or not. your consent is needed or re~ quired for said above entitled adoption proceedings. The above mentioned hearing will be held in the DepartmE!nt of the presiding Judge, in the Superior Court of the St.ate of Washington, in and for Pierce County, in the County Court House of Tacoma, Vvashington, on the 31st day of January, 1957, at 10:00 a.m. ANNON W. MAY Attorney for Pe ti ti01rnrs Published in the Times-Journal Jan. 3, 10, 17, 1957.

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at the home <;if Mrs. E. Sa1mders for 12:30 potiµQk lunch. Mrs~ L. Lyman ;';ill presid~. Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Payne of Olympia and ~fr. ati,d Mrs. Ray• mond Funk we're dinner guests at Mrs. Not!\ Funk's home Sun. day.

Tho Pnrkland Business dub \vill -irE>tali ne"\'\.1'" officcr3 Satur1..:vt:,ining, Jan. 19, ut u. 7:00 1k tlinner 1neoting at The A family styl0 chicken dinw0r will be served; tickets may h'1d ttt the dOOl\

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Page 7 is . Th.e ~-'l.'A ~'i:e¢utive l,ioarci wiU lun94room. ~or thif electmn. o! Thursday, January 17; 1957 meet -l"an. 29. at the honie of 8;00 ill tile Woqdlal).d sqppol · · · · 'the TIMES_ JOURNAL New.comet at Puygi!Jup 5,6$'11 for Mrs. R<?b!'rt MpM:ahon on W0,od,• <;ffice,rs, .,__....,..,....._...,..,,.,.....,.._.·.,.....,.._.,,.,,..._.__,.,.,.,.,....,,,.,,.._.pick i.Jp, . . Jand rqad. . -,.,-...------$unsh1ne . .. The meytihg, held Jan .. 7, Mrs. W. R. Grass, P,-TA $µn- :;vas attended by Mesd~mes N, shine chairman, would !lPPreoi~ y:fest, liL Bassi, E. Snider, E. ate a call from anyon~ knowiO:g Duce, .P; Mullins, R.. M<;lvl:ahon, In c!',se you didn't know it, of any person in the community W. Padelford, W. R. Grass, B. Birdie, who is ill or co,nvalE)scing; call Ruyle and Messrs. Hank Bassi Loring Rea! Estate 5.8593. · and Art Harber. After .the busiJi.as a better s~lection . o~ lnsuran!)e ness hour Mrs. Harber s.erved re· homes, and they are .loSchool insurance can be pur. freshments. cat!ld right here in Park• chas?d again for one day only, . ·Booster Me.et landl Jan. 17; $1 per child for the The 112th Booster club rest of the year. meet this (Thursday) evening at

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J\Jr:1::.r BUSU·-JI~SS FOR P . .4.RHlAND. Rich opened hits all nevi and ccrn:cnierit Didvc-!n in June, l!J56. ExeeHen.t hambutger.~s, a variety Of soft ice erenrn cUshes, ::n:id othe.r de~idous food itenE;, aiong ;.vit.h gaol: service, ha!; made ~~ch'5 D!dve-tn a dBsh·ahle and impOrtant addition to th~ grci\vh1g c:Ommu.nity of Paddand. Pic·~in;ed above are fiE·rh R.ich1'8rt~ \.Hvner; Gnry VVebb,' !Paul Bongfel<lt~ c::nd Dave Chidstian. Since then Ric]1e:rt has added to his Hst of er:.'1p1oyees \iVaHy .Be:d,on.

DEVEREAUX REALTY Pictured l~H +o right: et

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Puyallup, and another in South Tacoma. Bill Johnson, owner oi Johnson Drugs, has been h1 business in Parkland for approximately. nine yearn, having op<med his pharmacy May 15, 11!'18. Always with the thought in mind to please his customers, Mr. JFORMAL OPEN HOUSE HELD ON APRIL 29TH in the al! new Jolmso.If's modern new Dmg Store is a symbol of his faith in the . veterinary clinic which opened for business in 1947 in an older wo~derfu) communi~y of Parkland. These firms invite your patron-~ type house 9n the same location. This new clinic, complete with age. · • liexamination rooms, library, X-ray room, laboratory and pharm-

acy, treatment rooms for large and small animals, hat.h room and "shake'' stall, operating room, cat ken.nels and dog kennels, will be in a position to take care of the needs of nufering and sick animals of Pierce County for years to come,


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The Franklin Pierce Cardinals are at home again this \Veckend as they host Auburn in a Puget Sound League cage game at the Cards' gymnasium.

umni - PLC Meet Saturday EVERGREEN STANDINGS W L Pacific Lutheran .... _.. 3 0 Central Washington .... 3 0 Eastern Wash. . . . . . . . . . 2 2 Whitworth . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 CPS ...... _........... 2 2 Western Wash ... _..... 0 3 British Columbia . . . . . . . 0 3 <Standings as of Jan. 14.)

Along with the Franklin Pierce game, Renton is at Clover Park, Sumner hosts leading Highline and defending champion Puyallup entertains Kent-Meridian. Last week Del Schafer's Cards suffered their third straight setback after taking their first three loop games ear lier in the year. Enumclaw moved into second place. with 56-40 surpi·ise win ov>er the Cards on Friday. Meac;while Renton walked all over Puyallup 62-30, Kent stomped Sumner 66-47 and Auburn edged Clover Park 50-46.

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Mighty Pacific Lutheran College, proud with a 80-63 win over the National AA U champion Buchan Bakers under its belt, meets another big and important test tonight as they host Central Washington, the team tied with them for first place in the Evergreen 'Co.nf erence.

In the above motel photo, notice the plastic plane turrets used ;;;·skylights. The high cost of materials and transportation in the far north has broMght to the fore the ingenuity of Americans. On Identical Records Both clubs carry identical 3-0 every hand you'll see good use being made of materials that would loop records into tonight's battle normally be discarded in the States. with one to end up undisputed Musts to sec while,in Fairbanks ;ire the University of Alaska, first place in the rugged league. located a few miles from town, the municipal airport, and some On Saturday the Lutes will of the giant gold dredges near town. meet the PLC Alumni squad in Another must for the vacationer is the l62-mile trip from Fair- their annual benefit<game set for banks to Circle Cioy through the ptarmigan (game bird of the north) 8 p. m. at the Franklin Pierce country. This trip will be over the Steese Highway known as the high school gymnasium. On hand for the Alumni will road to the Midnight Sun where in June you can wat.ch the sun dip to the horizon and then rise into the sky without ever disap- be such former Lute greats as pearing from sight; 128 miles from Fairbanks townrds Circle City Del Schafer, Gene Lundgaard, you will reach the Arctic Circle Hot Springs, famous resort area of Don Roessler, Eddie Brown, the North. Glenn Huffman, Bob Ross, Phil The vacationer will find at Fairbanks an opportunity to make Nordquist, Bert Wells, Duane endless trips by plane to scenic spots of the north, pan gold, visit Berentson and Garnet Lund historical sights, fish, swim a11d relax. Truly a wonderf"l place to among others. vacation in this land of daylight. Coach Marv Harshman is exOne of the things that will amaze you the most about Alaska pected to stay with his starters is the number of ·airplanes you will see. Small planes are to be that have rolled up a 144-1 recfound by the thousands near the larger cities. The shores of every ord this season, including the lake are lined with planes wing tip to wing tip. Planes are parked revenge win over Buchans last along the roads, in yards and every place these's room for one. The week. The Bakers whipped PLC drone of small plane engines constantly fills the air, for these 87-75 earlier in the season for people of Alaska are truly air minded to the point where most service stations, to meet competition, must bulldcze a small land- the Lutes' only setback. (Neither ing strip beside their place. It will be a new experience for you to Buchans g~mes count in NCAA have your car filled up from one pump while an attendant fills up statistics.) a plane from the other pump. Starters The starters will probably inMany things in Alaska will amaze you but ahove all you'll be amazed by the savings you'll make by bringing an ample supply clude high scoring Chuck Curtis, Jim VanBeek, Nick Kelderman of foodstuffs with you from the and Roger Iverson. The other starter will be Jack Sinderson, Lute JJcrstad, or Tom Sahli.

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INTER.UR.BAN AUTO FR.EIGHT

THIS WEEK'S .SPECIAL . • •

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Trovanrs Junior Bo.otery

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FLETT DAIRY FARM FRESH BIG STEELHEAD-Danny Greco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Greco, 1023 So. lllth St. displays the big steelhead he caught Jan. 5 in the Green River. The catch, one of the waters hardest fighting fish, weighed around 10 lbs. and measured 28 inches long. Photo by McKewen

HOMOGENIZED AND

Bethel, Cruisers Play Friday

Phone HA 3301

Eatonville hosts Fife and Bethel invades White River Friday night in two of four games scheduled in the West Central cage loop Friday night. Other games include Orting at Vashon and Peninsula at Yelm, with -the last tilt a battle of the " league unbeatens. Last week Yelm and Peninsula moved into a tie for the top spot when they each notched wins. Yelm dumped White River 66-35 and Peninsula stopped an unusual st.all by Fife 17-11. Bethel won its second loop game in a row with a 42-29 victory over Orting paced by qa.r Christoph's 11 points. Eatonville edged Vashon 47-44 with Gary Carew and Barnett each scoring 17.

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But Coach Harshman probably wants other things ... and they include the Evergreen crown, a trip to the NAJA and maybe the NAIA title. But with those impressive wins behind them and the possibility of even higher honors than last season, we are hoping the Gladiators keep what they are really noted for. . . . modesty. Because if they don't, and become overconfident, the roof could cave in. PLC has the start for one of the greatest Northwest ball clubs . . . Here's hoping they continue. * * * And for proof that the roof can cave in, look at the record of Franklin Pierce. The Cards were riding along with a 3-0 first place tie in the Puget Sound League and then were slammed for 3 losses in a row.

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Get Your Motor In Condition For Winter Driving! iNDUSTRIAI... ell. AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK

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"Somewhere on the Green River" ... That is ali young Danny Greco would say 'when he was askell where he caught his mammoth Steelhead Jan. 5. No dou'bt Danny didn't wish to reveal his secret fishing hole. · And we don't blame him as· he hooked a 10 pounder which measured 28 inches long . . . nearl.Y as long as he is tall. Danny is the son of Parklanders, Mr. and Mrs. Al Greco, 1023 So. lllth St.

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MANY OTHER PRIZES Every woman is queen for a day when she shops Fletchers, where she gets every day low ,prices and plenty of personal service. Fletchers and these many fine merchants are giving away wonderful prizes lo some lucky woman next, Saturday, January 26th.. Nothing to buy, just ten why you should be named ''Queen for a Day" . Co,ntest closes Saturday, January 26th at Noon "" .... ., . G·el your entry blank at Fletchers and e.nler now! YOU MAY WIN!· Queen will be c.rowned Saturday, January 26th, 5 p. m. FLETCHER'S BEST

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Times journal v 12 no 19 jan 17, 1957