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Sec. 34.66 P.L.&.R U.S. P_ostage Paid Parkland Branch Tacoma, Wash. Permit No 9P Occupant or Boxholder Rural Route Postmaster: If unable to deiiver, return post. age is guaranteed on addressed papers.

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.25 Years for Crystal Springs Garden Club

Mission at New ·Catholic Church Father William Greier announces that a 1.v:_;c})-_'$ n1i!;sion will be ·preached at the new Catholic church Our Lady Queen of I-leaven, Taco1na, located at 146th and A streets. The mission ·will start on 811 n_day, Jan. 27 and v\rill continue throngh the week and will close on Sunday, Feb. 3 .. Preaching the scrn'lons each evening will be Father Joseph Kelly, 0. P., of the Order of PTeachers. Father Kelly is the outstanding preacher of the Midwest. He is a native of Chicago, attended . St. Bede's college in Illinois. and Providence College in Rhode Island. F;,_ther Kelly spent 23 months as a chaplain in the Air Force during World 'War II and for the past 10 years has preached Missions from New Or!Gans on up through the Midwest to Canada. .Father Lawrence Banfield, of ihe same order, who will give a retreat to Marymount during that ,.veek will introduce Father Kelly on Sunday, Jan. 27. Father Banfield needs no introduction to the people of .this area, having preached here four years ago. 1

ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON-On Jan. l l the Crystal Springs Garden clnh met at the home of Mrs. Harold Hanson for a luncheon celebrating the 25th anniversary of the group; Mrs. Harold Hanson was co-hostess. Mrs. Hans Dahl, the only charter member, cut the beautiful birthday cake. During its 'quarter-century, the club has performed many worthwhile community services, including . the plantings at the War Memorial in Parkland, the planting of rhododendrons at Parkland school and a row of red maples along the Mountain highway which had to be removed when the road was widcnc ed. Appearing in the above picture are, left to right, standing: Mesdames Leonard Atwood, H. O. Halverson, C. H. Robinson, Mike Wutz, Eldon Cook, Gene Russell, Albert Blades, Frank Seaman and Harold Hansen; seated: Mesdames Vern Tuttle, Thomas Fleming, William Storaas!i, Hans Dahl, Henry Kurle (club president), Ed Hinderlie and Howard Doering. Members unable to be present were Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. Orville Bittors and Mrs. E. A. Pitzler. Photo by McKewen

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Services will be held each evening at 7:45 o'clock and will consist of prayers, announcements,

Education PLC Offers Many Adult Project Abandoned ·Mrs. Roosevelt Would Outlaw Courses; Second H:-Bomb T,ests Sem,esier Is Due The second semester at Pacific Lutheran Colege, Parkland, begins Monday morning. Registration for new students will be held Friday and Saturday. Enrolment for the term just ending reached 1,330, an all-time high for one semester at PLC. Special late afternoon and evening courses are being offered as a community. service by the college. Some 14. different courses' in education are listed for teachers working toward degrees, certification and credentials. ]'or perso11s -wa11til1.g .to _lear11 ho"'. t? cond~ct ~ bt!sip.ess ._meeting pl,'bperly; •·a course in parl~!l­ mentary law . .is offered. Other qffcrings arcinthe fields gfology, chemistry, business, English, history, music, physical er!ucation, sociology, speech and psychology. Information on this special program may be obtained by visiting the office of the registrar at the college or by telephoning GRanite 8611.

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Greicr extends a warm to all interested noncatnoHcs who may attend all or service witho;;t any feeling Two young men of the area of obligation. He urges his good are among the more than 2100 people to bring their non-Catho- replacements en route to Germany to join the 10th Infantry lic friends. Division. Pvt. Michael Orr, son of Mr. SEE THE WEEKLY and Mrs. A. Dwight Orr of 6000 ALCAt-~ HIWAY 112th St., is a graduate of Stanfo1·d university and a member PICTORIAL of Delta Chi fraternity.

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Plans for an adult education program at Bethel high school have been called off, due to the lack of interest of the people in the Bethel district, accordh1g to Dewane Lamka, superintendent of the school district. The people who did enroll are urged by Lamka to check with some of the larger schools in surrounding districts to see if they can get the courses they desire. As soon senough people in t.hc district show interest in an adult night school program, the district will offer it, according to Lamka.

Seek To Improve Airport Road 1\. gi·oup of ''Users of .t\irpo:;:t Road" 1nct ·Friday, Jan.. 11, rrt the Sun11nit FilAe I-~a1l to orr;-an!:;'.e a vvorking ·con11nitb:,e to seek aid for i:!:nprovement on ;.\iJ~pol't I-Iif:hv;ra}·. :~rhe group selected Ln.rry Bartolotz as thdr chairman and ag11eed to seek the aid of the pcdplo who also wish to see this roadway' irilproved. bTurnerous :ciden ts and deaths h a v e pri;impted this action. 'rhe group adopted the prog1'£in1 of seeking as many names a~ possible of those interested on lisJs which may be used to show that the people as a whole desire ruld vvant, some improvement. Th,e Hsts ~re ·not petitions, and anyone interested may sign them. Th.e. group is strictly non-political; its .sole purpose is to make kiiown to state officials the conditions which exist on the road. ·!fh_ese lists are being left at all_ btlsincs establishn1ents along Airport and at places adjacent to. Airport. In an amazing response to the drive, more than 1,000 signatu1·es have been obtained on the lists in th;,, short period. The group. wishes to publicly thank Sen. Reuben Knoblauch and Represe;,tatives Leonard Sawyer and Frank Brouillet who came to the J":n· 18 meeting at the Summit fire hall to give advice. . The support of all organizations of the community is solicited and representatives of these groups will meet with State Highway Director W. A. ·Bugge in Oympia this week. For further information, contact Chairm.an Larry Bartalotz,

READY FOR 195"i ~ Installation of the 1957 olficers of the Parkland Business club highlighted the Saturday evening dinnm· meeting at The Firs. A large group of club membe,·s and friends gathered for the ga!a occasion, marking a. fine beginning for the year's \Vo~·k and enthusiastic su:pp~rt of the leaders elected in November. Pictured above, left to right, are: Jack Whisler, vice .president; Betty

Anderson, treasurer; Ead Payne, president; Dolores Brown, recording secretary; Frnnk Madde11, board member. · .. ,, .... · ·••c>· Photo by McKewen

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"We should lead the way towards the banning of further hydrogen bomb tests anywhere in the world. We should accept the suggestion of the Soviets and some Americans and try to stop the tests." These were some of the words A pinochle card party Friday · spoken by Mrs. Eleanor Roose- the 25th will replace the usual velt, at a press-radio- television potluck dinner at the Alder club ROYALTY-Am1ounccd as outstanding for community service in conference Tuesday afternoon in hc:use. ~laying will start at 8:00, 1956 by the Pm·kland Business club at its dinner meeti.Jig Saturday connection with her evening ad- w1th. pr1z~s and lunch. Mr~. Carl evening, iwo popular young people of the area received congratudress concerning the United Rotter is general chairman. lations fr<>m the approving membership of the group. Pictured above, left to right, are R. H. "Howie" Snowden, master of cernmonies at Nations at Pacific Lutheran Col- Everybody welcome. the dinner; Mi's. Dolo~es Brown, "Woman. of tb_e Year;" Bill Black, lege at Parkland. . . .. . Carl Reitter was check:r chan:- "Man of the Year," and, seated, Mrs. R. H, Snowden. Str~ssing the point of l)e';'d(ld Pl?n at the last play oL_. Theie Photo by ·McKewen worl.d. unity al)d the objectiyes ~v1ll .b,e mo.re before the !mals. of the Ul)ifod Nations, Mi':< . Nisqually Canyon Rock club Robseyelt .said. that al! hyd,.og~n ~,-~t. M;o;-d~y .the, 1,~'.t. a; 3:;10~ . h..... ·. t.· .d l'.l .. l.h. .1.· 1"ap1dar~ classes. at"er th". ib!;U · es av_e ace ire · ear"'..· -.. -,, -- • --. .. t s· .b. omI.b.t · . th · th f . · h jar meetmg with potluck lunch. Mrs. T. 0. Svare left Pa1·kland qua rns· · 111 Menus• fm' . Elementary Schools · " sens~ a ea<; 'Visitors and new membe.rs. al" Saturday by plane to New York one has been registered .and January 28-February 1 . . , . ways \\re Ico1ne. C':reorge. an d v·ir .. on the Iirst leg of her journey noted by swsm_og_ rapns .By this g10 · ·B. · t eres t.mg Monday-Barbecued beef on . a ttl · es d'1sp1aye d m to Oslo, Norway, which will be means no . H-bombs could · round bun, carrot sticks, brown·· - -- be ex_ pe t r1'f'ie d \VOO d from ano ti1er t r1p her home for lhe ne.xt four years. pl~dcd without the know_ledge to Eastern Washington. Joe ies, milk. Her .husband, Dr. T. 0. Svare, bcmg revealed on the s01smo- Kearney had a sample of a new This will be a big night for Tuesday Baked hash and has been appointed cultural graph. . . Collins Grange No. 893 and for gravy, celery sticks, bread and "' . method of mounting cabs. attache of the U. S. embassy at By this we and tl';e 0oviets Mrs. Lolyd Gilber, club chair- its most distinguished charter butter, plums, milk. Oslo. Dr. Svare has been in ~ould stop the tests without the man of display and library, sug- member, Blaine Freeman. In a Wednesday-Chili and crackWashington, D. C., fo1· some time fear that th'.' ~ther w?uld be gests that members view the big open meeting Mr. Freeman ers, lettuce sandwich, apricots, ni·eparing for his new post and secretly contmumg then·. test~. Tacoma Agate club's unusual dis- and his wife will formally pre- milk. will go to Norway hy pl1me. Mrs. We _sho.uM lead ~he way 1n this play "Garden of .Gems" now on sent the deed for the land on Thursday-Vegetable soup, hot Svan' sailed from New York Jan. terrible tlung which has already exhibit in the PLC library. The which . the Grange hall stands; dog, cherry cobbler, milk. 21 on the SS America, bound for caused . injuring results, t~e library hours are until 9:45 in thus campleting a compact en· Friday-Toasted cheese sandBremer haven. former first lady of the U.S. sa1d. the evening in addition to day- tered into a quarter-century ago. wich, spinach, jcllo and whipped Collins Grange was organized cream, milk. Dr. and Mrs. Svare will feel She touched on the Suez time hours. L. W. Gilbert by o~ C. Wisner Dec. 17, 1928, quite at home in Norway, wher2 crisis, saying that England and the first meetings being held in they have many relatives and France should have first conHappy Doers Collins school. Later Mr. Freefriends. They .spent a year, 1951- sulted the UN before their acThe December meeting of the man offered a site for a hall, tion but we v.tere ~Tong for ex52 in that country, Dr. Svare agreeing to give a deed at thH Happy Doers & Busy Fingers 4serving as a Fullbright exchange pecting them to w:iit much long· end cf 25 years, the property to H club was held at the home of professor at Trondheim college er. "The Suez problem was be used fo,. Grange purposes only. Mrs. Nancy Thomas. There was much more vital to France and in north central Norway. Dave Ra\vlins, city manager, Tho time has elapsed, the pact a gift exchange. The hostess made The couple resided in Park- England that to us," she said. is listed as guest speaker this Mrs. Roosevelt also answered (Thursday) evening for the reg- h"s been kept, and the Freemans lapel poinsettias ···for everyone land for n1any years, Dr. Svare having been the paster of Trinity questions concerning the March nlar \Veekly dinner meeting of will be most happy to conclude present: Merdames Shirley Becker, Leoncie Solomon, Francis Lutheran church for 17 yea»s and of Dimes, the foundation origin- the Parkland Area Kiwanis club the gift as promised. Smith, Agnes Fox, Mildred LauThe deed will be accepted on .ated by her husband. She slated also was Latin nnd Norse teacher at 6:15 o'clock at Trinity Luther· that the Salk vaccine was very an social hall. Lt. Johnson will behalf of the Collins Grange by derback, Ann Jensen, Joy Hillat PLC for a long period. important and everyone under 55 also be heard and will show its present master, Lyle Parker. man, Donna Guenther, Marge years of age should .receive all movies on the submarine service. Mr. Freeman, who came to t.he Stackwell and Ivy Hinton. The Benston 4.. H area in 1913, served as secretary next meeting will be at the home three shots. President Trav Dryer will reDec. 17 the Benston 4-H ·club She added that the foundation ceive his perfect attendance tab of the Grange 101· nine years and of Mrs. Agnes Fox. has been :ictivc in all community had a Christmas part.y at the old still needs funds to provide for tonight; he has had perfect at- affairs and is especially interestBenston school house. Present the victims of polio. tendance for six years. Stanley ed in young people. Today's Laff e o e e ft we.re Mrs. Vollbrcath, Sharon and Reed, president of Circle K at vVomen of the Grange will hold Pnm Vollbrcalh, Kay and Linda , .. the a1·i. of makBaked Ham Dinner PLC, and Jerry Hanson will be an apple pie and ice crean1 social LOAFING Dickinson, Betty and Mickey ing your boss feel like a .'l'he Riverside Valley Grange guests. hefore the business hour, all proBecker, Bobby Hatt, lfaren Lloyd, ne\v man. ceeds to go to the March of Rita and Billy Miles, Roger Cal- will serve a baked ham dinner Dimes. During the program hour SPECl!AL NOTICE houn, Richard Cope, three new ?unday, Jan. 27, starting at noon, Reitha Gehri will present her members and a guest, Vicky Voll- m the new hall located acros.s Until July 30 our hours will the River bridge at Clark's Creek Effective January 16, 1957, the dance pupils. This will he an breath. be: Open every day but SunThey played bingo with Mrs. 011 the main highway between regular meeting of the Board of open meeting and all interested day - Holidays 9 a.m. to Tacome and Puyallup. The price Commissioners of the Port of Vollbreath calling off the num6 p.m. Open Friday nights friends are invited. till 'l p.m. bers. Later inembers exchanged will be $1.50 for adults, 75 cents Tacoma is to be held on Wednes· fo1' children. di)lY of each week at 3:00 p.m. in gifts, each girl bringing a gift Busy Beavers 4~H This same Grai1ge serves break- ' the general office of the Port of for a girl and each boy one for The Busy BeaYe1·s 4-H club, for a boy. Bobby Hatt brought his fast ~very Saturday and Sunday T,'.'coma loc'.'ted in Transit Shed beginning at 6:'00 ,No. One, Pier No. Two, Port of one of it.s comn1unity services, is accordion and played several mommg 167t.h & Pacific Spar!away o'clock for the firshermcn and ~acoma Terminal, Tacoma, Wash- collecting old Christmas cards selections. Next to Bargain Basket 111gton. Regular meeting prior to for the .Rai11ier school at Buckothers. Betty Becker, reporter. the above date will be held on ley. vVe also sent 20 dozen cookTuesday, January 8, 1957, at ies to B. rest heme for the holi2:00 p.m. days. The girls in our club also sold $47'1 worlh of cards before CALL US FOR Leonard H. Peterson, son of Christmas. At our last meeting M'.r. and Mrs. Haley Peterson of "''e had our regular business ses .. 113 South 120th St., has com- sio11 and a demonstration by pleted his training at Lackland Betty Jean Long en "How to INSURANCE Air Force Base, Texas, and has Sew en Buttons." Eefreshme11t.s CLAY ROLEY AGENCY And now .been assigned by the Air ·were served by B1werly Schrader 1813 East 99th St. Force to the 3366th Student and Eileen Peterson. Gan1es \Vere ·GRanite 8501 Squadron at Amarillo Air Force led by Carol Lai~son. Base, 'l'exa s. ED MAREK Alw,Jys keel' your garment:; freshly dean, ex.pert! y Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw pressed, with our regular Cedar Run FIRE - AUTO c.!ean!rig tiervice.. A phone GR 400C 1Z909 Pacific Avc. 63 rn.ll wi!! put. you on our driver's route for prompt Farmers Mutual Ins. C-0, pick-up and delivery of Auto • Fire - Liabilitv your garments. Caii us ioPlCKUP or TRAILER LOAD J. J. GUNNS Agency day. and BARBER SHOP 303 Ea. I "16th St, GR 7757 2 Blocks East. of Transformers, Spanav,ray U-Haul

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TRADE 10 months old female Labrador, with papers, for a piano; GR 4189. 15c20 FOR SALE - Grass and oat hay. Forrest Goebel, Rt. 1, Box 511, Graham; phone 7-7423. 15c20 --·--·-·~---.....

An entertainment program will be presented for the Washington State Old Soldier's Home Jan. 30 at 8:00 p.m. by Bethel high school. The program will ·•·consist of a one-act play and various musical selections by the choir and several solos by members of the Bethel high school band. The play, "Escape by Moonlight," stars Nancy Williamson, Alice Furro, Jerry Mattsen and Mickey Hamlin. After the play the choir will present a selection of 'five numbers. The band will offer Gary Ulmen, Edward Seeber and David Braaten performing individual solos. New .4-H Club The Elk Plain Girls 4-H club has organized its new 1957 club with Mrs. Thorn Tibbitts and Mrs. King Phelps as leaders. There are 12 members and projects including Sewing I, II, and III, Baking I and II and "Let's Cook." Officers are: President, Jan Ramsey; vice president, Bonny Phelps; , secretary, M,ary Phelps; treasurer, '·Bernis Benston; reporter, Alice Tibbitts; Sunshine, Diana Parker; games, Georgianna Cole. The next meeting will be at Bernis Benston's Feb. 11 at 7:00 p.m. Homemaker Alice Furro, senior at Bethel high school, has been notified that she is the winner of the Homemaker of America contest held recently at Bethel. Her paper will be entered in the state competition. Alice' will be presented an award pin for this achievement at this year's annual Silver Tea. New Son Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sahli are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy. Mr. Sahli is the science instructor at Bethel high school, and has been in the'em· ploy of the d1strict for five years. The Sahlis have one other child; a girl of three.

Sunday, .Jan. 27, beginning at 1 p.m. This play day is being co• sponsored by the Colts and Fill• ieos and the Woodbrook Junior Saddle club. It is for both juniot and scnio:t Tiders with trophiCs to high point junior and high poin> senior. Events arc as follows: Beginner jumping' (not to exceed 2 1hfL), English equipment; junior equi. talion, English, .under 18; ry by pairs, English or w.c"1:m·n: pairs class, performance .only count; junior _equitation, westcrri, und.er 14; junior. equitation, \Vest~ ern, 14 to 18; musical hats; adult equitation, English or western, 18 and over; pole bending, in· dividucil, English or v,restern; -ad .. vanced jumping (3' 6" and over). do1icession stand will be open for hot coffee and donuts. Soe you there! The following bit of mte:re1m,rm news was also telephoned to "An original in oils painted by Lorado Plantz of Charlene La-vvrenre on I. Selden's horse, Gypsy, will be en display at the Bunk· hcuse Friday, January 25 and remain through February 2nd. "Mrs. Lawrence was active in the Parkland Round-up last year and is quite well known among horse enthusiasts in the m·mt. Charl.ene and Gypsy were first place winners in the Puget Sound Zone 40 mile open trail .ride last spring in the Black Hills. , "The public is inviLed to the first and only public showing of this original by Mrs. Plantz."

Friends will be interested to know that Mr. and M~s. Robert Bradshaw of Pensacola, Florida are the protind parents of a daughter born Dec. 18th. She has boon named Rhonda Lyru1 and is welcome home by a brother Dwaine. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradshaw of Spanaway and Mr. and Mrs. en- Glen Hammond, Pensacola, Flor· ida.

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Benston 4 .. H , The. Benston 4-H club had an honored guest at a recent meeting, George Purcell, county <igent. He gave pointers on how to give a demonstra.tion. He asked everybody to state the good points in giving a demonstration. G. Vollbrecht handed out the record books and the pins. Thirteen membe1's were present. Betty Becker, reporter.

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3 ff,eart films Now Available Three· films on care of the heart are now available for use by clubs in Pierce county, the Pierce County Branch .of the Washington State Heart Association. Thefirst film, "Valiant Heart," is of· particular interest · t() ParentcTeachers Associations and other parent's groups. It concerns prevention ' of rheumatic f~er. The second film, "Your · Heart and How it Works," is of interest to.school classes and the genei·al public. The third, "Arter• isclerosis," is of interest· mainly to adult audiences, either men's or women's groups. L.uise Stelling, secretary of the Heart Association office, also announces that additional films on other types .of heart disease, research, work simplification .for ho11~emakers, a11d prevention of heart disease are available on ordei·. Use of the films, an education service vf the· As'soCiatiOu, is free.

Buryl W. Shilling, son of M,r. and Mrs. J. B. Shilling of 804 East 99th St., is now a member of the Student .Squ_adron at the Amarillo Air Force Base,

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SHORTS by Frank Frani,ch

Pacific Lutheran's bask.;;tball , 1 team, undefeated in· 1eague play, VV'ith Pacific Lutheran and Franklin Pierce both leads the Evergreen conference Volume 12, No. 20 0 GRanite 0223 in offense with 994 points for ·on the road this weekend all local basketball fans PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH. an average of 76.5 , per game, have a chance to see another thriller scheduled for Friday n,ight. statistics show. The PLC Gladiators have hit * * on 42 per cent of their shots from Eatonville's Cruisers are currently tied for top the field and 69 per cent on free spot in the West Central League with 5 wins and i throws. loss, while Bethel is one rung down with 4-2. Chuck Curtis of PLC has 233 Both cluibs are improving as the season goes on points for an avrage of 17.9, hit- and the tilt should be a real battle. Bethel has a four ting on 46 per cent ·of his shots game win streak going. to rank second in individual scor* * * ing. Marv Adams of Whitworth, And for scoring ability both clubs have a host of with a 22.5 average and _270 able point getters. points, is first. Watch for Cary Carew, Hollis Barnett and Mike The University of British Co. lumbia leads in defense, allow- Treadwell ... the latest big guns for Eatonville. AnQ. ing only 553 points in 10 games. for Cal Christoph, Dave Leigh and !{irk Bardwell for PLC ranks second with 734. UBC Bethel. These and other starters are all capable of is also the lowest scoring team hitting high figures. in the conference with an aver* age of 46.1. The Lutes of PLC still continue ... last week they TEAM OFFENSE erased the unbeaten mark of Central . . . took o'ver G. Hs. Ave. undisputed first in the Evergreen loop . . . showed Pacific Lutheran. 13 994 76.5 their alumni a thing or two about the game and now Whitworth .... . 12 850 70.8 'head for more action at vVestern and UBC. C. P. S ..... :'.. '. 14 · 922' "65'.8' ·· ·And loyal rooters of the Lutes are anxiously awaitEastern . . . . . . . . 4 255 63.7 ing the Seattle U-Buchan Bakers series coming up Western ........ 13 827 63.6 soon. They all want to see how the Chieftan (ranked Central ....... · · 13 798 61.3 7th in the nation) compare against the Bakers .. . U. B. C. · · · · · · · · 10 461 46.1 who they (the Lutes) whipped 80-63 in their last TEAM DEFENSE meeting. G TP Ave. U. B. C......... 10 553 55.3 And speaking of Seattle U . . . their ace, Elgin P. L. C......... 13 734 56.5 Baylor, is getting much publicity which will pro!bably Central . . . . . . . . 13 798 61.4 push him to several All-American honors. · Eastern . . . . . . . . 4 249 62.2 Baylor . . . who they say is every bit as good as Whitworth . . . . . 12 771 64.2 Johnny O'Brien ·only 8 inches taller ... is among the Western ........ 11 776 70.5 top five scorers in the nation and does have a good C. P. S .......... 14 1044 74.5 chance for the honor. INDIVIDUAL SCORING * * (10 Games or More) The Chieftans are thinking about bypassing the G Pts. Ave. NCAA tourney this year and seek a berth in the NIT. EatQnville's Cruisers head down the J:ii!l Friday night when they Adams, Whit. . .. 12 270 22.5 If they are successful Baylor will probably get more invade the Bethel Brave~ in an Curtis, PLC ..... 13 233 17.9 attention and a cinch for All-American. importll.nt West Central League Martin, Whit. . .. 12 210 17.5 Nelson, Western . 13 202 15.5 basketb.all contost. The. Cruisers, currently in a Iverson," PLC ... . 13 200 15.4 twocw(ly. tie with PPeninsula for Moseid, CPS ... . 14 191 13.6 first place, need a win to stay in Coordes, Cent. . . 13 173 13.3 Headquarters At the top spot. Meanwhile Bethel Van Beek, PLC .. 13 152 11.7 SKI ENTHUSIASTS-South end residents were numerous at Mt. hopes to keep its four game win Names, CPS ..... 14 156 11.l 9.3 Rainier recently enjoying the nea·rby ski resort. In the top streak alive. The Braves are tied Hanson, Cent. . .. 13 122 photo Mr. and Mrs. Gail Owen, Parkland residents, (in the fore- with Yelm for third with identiground) wait near the lift, while. cars park at Longmire cal 4-2 records. ·Rucker Brothers Win and put on chains (in the lower photo) before the icy di-ive upSTANDINGS ward. (McKewen Studio Photo) w L 11302 PACIFIC AVENUE Eatonville , ' ........... 5 1 Rucker Brothers grabbed top

Inv e estern, ritish ergreen Leaders Begin Five Straight ·Games. Away From Home . The league leading and defending champion Pacific Lutheran Gladiators iournev northward this '.;;:eekend as thev meet Western Washington Friday mu·h! "'lld the lJniversity of British Columbia Satur-

day mght. The two game jaunt is the start of five straight games away from home for the unbeaten On college ranlrn) Lutherans. Feb. 1 the Lutes travel to Eastern, Feb. 2 to Whitworth, and Feb. 6 to CPS. First Place Last week Marv Harshman'.;~ Lutes erased the unbeaten record of their nearest opponent Central Washington as both squads paired undefeated 3-0 marks with PLC winning 61-53 The in pushed the Lutes to. undispu':ed

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Midland Mixers Meeting o.nighl Round dancing will be on the agenda for the Midland· Mixers this Thursday evening, at 8:00 in the Midland Improvement club hall. Curt and Eva Taylor will teach "Hi! Neighbor" and will review "Paper Moon" and others. Curt will start a new beginners round dance class Tuesday evening, Jan. 29, in the Midland Improvement club hall starting

ti·easurer to serve with Nancy Bombardier, president; Anita McElroy, vice-president; Patty Winterton, secretary; Marcella Lawler, reporter. Other members present were Julie. Joh!).son, Linda Martin and Jpanne Ayers. Moth-· ers attending were Mesdames. N. D. Johnson, Alfred Winterton, E. J. Lawler and S. J. McElroy. Anita gave a demonstration on "Potato Soup''. Junior Leaders Valeria Bombardier and Nina Ayers of the Clover club were also present. Refreshments were served after the meeting by the hostesses. Home .on .Leave Home on ·leave from the Navy, for the Christmas holidays, was

at 8:00. He will start out with the basic waltz and two steps and anyone interested is invited to attend. Cub Scouts Friday evening, Jan. 25; is the date of the Pack meeting of the Cub Scouts, Pack 84, to be held in the Midland Improvement club hall at 8:00. All interested are welcome. C!overettes Anita McElroy and her mother were hostesses to the Midland 'f-H Cloverettes Tuesday, Jan. 15. Cory Miller was elected

Richard J. Arneberg, son· of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Arneberg of 9411 Golden Given road. Richard is presently stationed at Camp Pendleton, California, where he is a Dental Technician Third Class. ·He will go aboard a destroyer tender soon for his overseas duty. Before joining the service, he. graduated from Franklin Pierce high school. · Clover Club Special guest of the Midland 4-H Clover club at their Jan,uary meeting was Dean Easterbrook of the Rainier National Farm Loan Association. He talked to the girls about planning for their future and then plans were discussed for their "Evening Out"

award that was again presented to their dub at Achievement Day for havh1g the best record ·books in Pierce county. If the weather is favorable, the girls and their leaders are planning on attending the Icecapades. Marlene Corrigan presided over the business session. Report was made on their community project of making curtains for the Midland Improvement club hall in October. The new record books were distributed and projects for the coming .year discussed. Marlene gave an illustrated talk on "l' iber Identification.'' New officers were elected as follews: President, Valeria Bombardier; vice-president, Elizabeth 1

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The Midland Cub Scouts, Pack 84, held their monthly Pack meeting Friday evening, Dec. 28. Fol!owing the Christmas theme, the Cubs decorated the tree with their handmade decorations and also put on several skits. =o~tgoing [!en Mothers, Mrs. Jack Alexander and Mrs. F. Reding, received flowers in ap·· precia tion of their service Cubs. The following awards were pn:, sen ted by Cub Master Dick Mc" Nabb and assistant Cub Master, Jack Alexander: Wolf - Frank Smith, Ha! Colin, Mike Galloway, Carl Zook and Dale Scott; BearMarlow Swanson and Edwatd Reding; Lion Roger Spragg) Tom Blessing, Jimmy Smith, Tom Schultz and John Reding; Golcl Arrow-Marlow Swanson, Roger Spragg, Tom Blessing, Jimmy Smith, Dale Scott, Kenneth Stevenson, Edward Reding, Tom Schultz and John Reding. Silver Arrows Danny Rainey, Jeffrey Highland, David Gural, Vern~ on Harris, Tom Blessing ( 2), Jimmy Smith (3), Frank Smith ( 4), Dale Scott (2), Kenneth 'Stevenson (3), Edward Reding and John Reding. Denner Stripes -Danny Rainey; Assistant Denner Stripes Mike Reed and Danny Lorance; Year Pins-Mark Brown (1), Gary Gadwa (1), Michael Hart (1), Danny Lorance (l) and Dean Walker (1); Den Mother's Year Pins Gloria Hollan (1), Ella Reding (2) and Bea Spencer (2). Committee meeting was Friday, Jan. 11, at 8:00 p.m. in the Boy Scout hall. The new officers for the year took office at this meeting. They are as follows: Pack chairman, David Lorance; assistant pack chairmen, Bob Smith; Cub Master, Dick McNabb; assistant Cub Master, Bud Gad" wa; secretary, Mrs. Karl Scott; treasurer, Clyde Spencer; committeemen, Jim Minion, Charles Spragg, Jack Alexander, Tom Shannon, Claude Blessing and Frank Gural. Den Mothers' are Mesdames James Ewing, Karl Scott, Julius Marinacci, Ruel Pederson, Clydo Spencer, Frank Highland, Frank Gural, Forrest Sallee, John Hollan, Tom Shannon, George Rainey and H. 0. Galloway.

We :really arpreciate your response to our invitation. to visit our new Spanaway Drug last weekend. The weather was pretty rugged part of the time, ,but a goodly number of rugged souls braved the elcmenl.s to celebrate our grand opening with us. We are happy to get acquainted with so many nice people and hope to enjoy these new friendships a long, long time. Please drop in again.

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Hart, Alfred Reich!, Kenneth Johnson, Lee Frank, Lawrence Gotchy (the bride-to-he's mother), Donald Tuttle, Gust Carson, Lillian Campbell, David Lorance, Fred Dimond, Sam Simone, Walter Corrigan, Leslie Jackson, Vl/m. McMichael and son Mike, Charles Johnson and the Misses Marilyn Siehl, Marlene Corrigan and Charlwyn Hicks. Mary Ann is to marry Robert Renhoff of Grand Rapids, Mich., next Saturday morning at St. John of the Woods church. App.-eciat.ion The Reverend Father Andrew Prouty presented Mi·s. Peter Soleman Jr., with a gift of a beautiful statue of St. Joseph in appreciation of her wonderful work for the past year when she served as president of the St. John of the \;{cods Altar Society. Mrs. Coleman thanked all her outgoing q£ficers and the members who had helped her so much on the many duties of the Altar Society. Many new ideas were brought up by the new officers installed at this meeting: Mrs. Walter Vailencour, president; Mrs. Edward ·Cody, vice-president; Mrs. How1ud Morris, secretary, and Mrs. William Gwynn, treasurer. Orthopedic A big Thank You is being extended by members of the Midland Orthopedic Guild to all the people in the community who have contributed to their "Kitty" penney boxes which are placed in the different business places in the district. All money collected goes toward the maintenance of the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. Thanks also goes to all the people who have purchased aprons from the Orthopedic at the water office and to Cora Taylor, who has kept this project going by making most of the beautiful aprons on display, and to Janet Olsen, who helped make them during the Christmas rush. All these proceeds go to a wonderful cause in supporting th0 Children's Hospital. Accident Thirteen stitches had to be take11 on one of the fingers of Mrs. William Squires of East 90th street, when she accidentally cut it while chopping wood recently. It was a lucky thing that the tendon wasn't cut. Hope you're better soon, Mrs. Squires! New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Don Elliott (June Joringda!) are being congratulated on the birth of their first child in December, a son, Richard. · Congratulations go out this week to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paul on the birth of their fifth child, a son, Richard James, Tuesday, Jan. 8, in the Good Samaritan hospital in Puyallup. Besides his parents, the new arrival is being _welcomed by his three brothers, Danny, Charlie, and Mikie and his sister, Karen Marie. Birthday Club Honoring Mrs. Theresa Portz for her December birthday, members of the Bh-thday club met recently at the home of Mrs. Walter Corrigan. Others present were Mesdames Fred Siehl, Joseph Joringdal, Clifford Tuller, Larry Cleary, John Both, Charles Harris, A. Thompson, Richard McNabb, Harold Walker, Harold Stavig and Allen Zook. Honored, Will Wed Elected to Phi Beta Kappa at Whitman College, Miss Karen Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones of 8502 Golden Given road, was initiated into the honorary .scholastic national at a special ceremony at the home of faculty members, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Hutchings. Karen graduates this January and her parents are announcing her coming marriage on Feb. 3, to Jack S. Armstrong of Olympia. He is stationed with the Army in Chicago and the young couple will be living there till next summer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gotchy are annom1cing the coming marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Ann Townsend. to Robert E. Denhof, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Denhof of Grand Rapids, Mich. The wedding ceremony will be Saturday morning, Jan. 26, at

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White; left sµpporter to presi, dent, Nancy Rose; right supporter to vice president, Ci;trolyn Holden; left supporter to· vice president, Betty Inwards. The regular meeting was held Jan. 11 at the hol:)le of Mrs. Banville at Ashford, with all members and their mothers i?resent. Refreshments were served. Tho pie sale was a success. They exchanged gifts and each girl was pleased with the gift she received. The Busy Sewers met Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs. Kramer, Joanne VanSalzen ']}residing. Only one girl was absent; thre;o mothers attended. Refreshments we1·e served. Names were druwn for the Christmas gift exchange. To Tacoma lvirs. Charles Lutkens and daughter,' Gertrude Kruger, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Drusell in Tacoma Jan. 16, then to Seattle to have supper with the Clifford Steel es. Missionary Society The Eatonville Baptist Missionfll'Y Society met Thursday in Elbe with Mrs. Casey Swanson, the hastes serving dinner to the 10 ladies. Later they had an

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S. Carta, Reporter Would like to correct the initiation date which appeared .in last week's Times-Journal to read 24th Jan. I haYen't received any more nnm~s of ne"Vi.r members to be initiated except Glenn A. Galbreath. If by any chance I have missed new membl'r& who haYe not been

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sented with a lovely corsage, made by Mrs. Andrew Carlson. Mrs. Costantini urged each member to participate in the Grange Sewing contest. This year's project is the making of a cotton street dress. The ladies are to bring patterns and materials. to the next meeting; Mrs. Hogan will assist in fitting the patterns. The· meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Don Howard Feb. 7. 4-H Girls The 4-H Girls club of Waller road met Jan. 12 at the hom1; of the leader, Mrs. M. Wheeler. Members received their 4-H calenders; also blue ribbons on the past year's record books, The girls discussed the proper methods of writing up the project entries in their new record books. Project literature was passed out and discussed. Mrs. Wheeler instructed the girls in the proper use of an electric sewing machine. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wheeler. 4-H Lassies The Waller Road 4-H Lassies met Jan. 5 with their leader, Mrs. Gilbert Carlson, The girls who are in Meal Preparation discussed their menues for the coming contest. The girls who have sewing as their yearly project were instructed in the correct laying out of a pattern by the assistant leader, Mrs. Peter Hulscher. The 4-H Lassies presented the flag at the Jan. 8 P-TA meeting. Due to the resignation of Donna Abbott, secretary, Judy Scarim was elected to fill the office. Glenna Alexander was elected club reporter. Cub Scouts Once again the Waller Road P-TA will sponsor the Cub Scouts. At a meeting in the Waller Rccid hall Thursday evening, Jan, 17, officers from Scout headquarters assisted in re-organizing the Cubs. Lee Edwards conducted the meeting, assisted by Bob Downhaur and Jack Monroe. On the local level, Rupert Peterkin has been designated institutional" representative. Volunteering to serve on the Cub Scout committee are Jino Scarim, Dale Jones, Art Weston and Joe Fasy. Mothers offering their services as Den Mothers are Mrs. Art Weston and Mrs. Edgar Playford. It is hoped that other parents will show interest as the Cub Scout movement swings into action again. P-TA J\1Iiss Lorraine Hughes, home economist with the County Agent's office, was the speaker at the Jan. 8 meeting of 1Naller Road P-TA; her topic, "Today's Home Builds Tomorrow's Futurc." The PcTA thanks all who cooperated in making tlw Christmas treat a success. Hostesses were Mesdames Robert Myron, Dale Jones, Melvin Miller, Marvin Skinner and Leo Ellis. 4-H Notes The Waller Road 4-H boys held an electio11 of officers in October. Elected were: Jack Sand, president; Jim Larson, vice president; Norman Hulscher, secretary; Bob Johqson, treasurer; Lester Sand, chairman of the refreshment committee; Dick Waring, recreation chairman; . and Jim Geise, reporter. The boys joumeyed to Edgemont school Nov. 17, 1956, to participate in Achievement Day. The club had 100 per cent completion on their record books and projects. Mrs. Rudy Geise, leader, was awarded the 10-year pin, and Mrs. James Larson, the first year pin. The annual Christmas party was held at the home of the assistant leader, Mrs. James Larson. Games were played, followed with a gift exchange. Refreshments were served. The boys each received a Christmas candy package. Mrs. Pete Hulscher was a guest· at the party.

hall Thursday the 24th. A large crowd is expected; don't miss. Refreshments will be served after the meeting; the public is cordially invited. By Susan Swanson The American Legion Auxiliary of Parkland Post 228 was hostess for Distrkt Council monthly meeting at Steve's Jan. 4. Duo to the absence of Mrs. Mary Erickson, District president. Mrs. Mabel Hart, 1st vice president, presided. At the regular business meeting of the Unit at Sunshine hall Jan. 7, Mrs. Al Mackey reported a total of $3,819.66 in gifts sent out by patients of American Lake hospital to their families; there were 800 packages averaging five gifts to the package, with $235 for postage. Ninety-three workers spent 636 hours at the project. All the gifts were donated, new, to the auxiliaries and entfrcly free of cost to the patients. This is a most worthy project, Mrs, Bertha Bailey, legislative chairman, a.cmounced that increases

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