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t The Rainier Guild, Washington Association for Retarded Children, will hold its next meeting Feb. 7 at the home of Mrs. Karl Scott, 8222 Portland Ave,, at 8:00 p.m. The evening will be spent processing clothing for the children at Rainier State School at Buckley. There will be a discussion on furnishing of a ward in the new hospital addition at the Buckley institution.

Amusing Play at Franklin Pierce

The chairman urged all citizens the community to take ad-' 1antage of the free x-ray service. The mid winter offering of the I'his is the best way, she ,·de- students at Franklin Pierce High fared, to assure healthy lungs, or school is a children's theatre pre:o catch incipient tuberculosis sentation of that old favorite, , >r other chest ailments before "Rumplestiltskin." A cast of en',hey have a chance to get thusiastic "make-believers" will :tarted. be ready to ch,;,rm their audiShe emphasized that it is ences when the curtain goes up Jrn,y,q.,;r,l}.,,~~J;!'!R8~,~~''~'.P·R'·t9J.l,,t~e n,ights \ll Feb. 6 knowing it, which helps spread and 7, at the high school cafeterthe disease. Those who have ia. tuberculosis and find it out in Characters in the play and the time can be reasonably certain students playing them are: of'. cure in from six to eight Rumplestiltskin, Miles Sehommonths. Waiting until symptoms burg; Mother Hulda, Valeria occur can mean a hospital stay Bombardier; Miller's Daughter, of from two to three years before Donna Bledsoe; Miller's. Wife, cure, if possible at all, can be Janet. $oearman; Miller, Wayne achieved. Malray; King, Roger Hampton; Volunteer hostesses from the King's Son, G,;,ry Webb; King's Parkland district who will work Daughter, Karen Mottler; Courwith the x-ray lJ,Ilits Thursday, tiers, John Peterson, Leo Oben· Feb. 7, include members of chain; Ladies-in-waiting, Sheila Roger Lund Post,,.,VE;teraps of Blanchard, Gini Clinton; ,!'~ges, Foreign Wars Auxiliary; Mes.· Sharon Larson, Dorothy Griffiths. dames Robert Anderson, Ronald The ,play is directed by E. Johnson, Arthur Neff and Robert Bailey with Virginia White as .asSurplus. On Friday, the Mes- sistant while staging is being dames Edward Jackson, Clarence done by the stagecraft class with Skog, John Irwin, Alfred Seamon, John Peterson and Roger Lovitt, Rufus Harvey, Harold Leraas and co-stage managers at the helm. Russ Semple of the Franklin Pierce Boosters club, will officiate. On Feb. 9 (Saturday.) mem. bers of Parkland and James Sales P-TA and Pre.school will ta. ke M enu f or F e b ruary 4 - 8, 1957 . over. They . are the Mes.dames Mon.day ...,- Toma .· t o soup an d . , , A. D. Storlie, .L. E. Wh~elock, crackers, peanut ·butter sandF. T. Moore, B. Brown, R1ch.ard . h S , t' k , k' 'lk . " R'1ch ard.. ·. s'1.m • ... p- WlCT. '. ' dpam , s lC.B>;,k coo ies, nu -. Simpson an d "'fr. . ues ay· - . · a e d pork an·d son. . .,brown gravy, • .· ·b u tt ere ... d . . On Feb. .13, . when the · · umt , ·.. d ressmg, will be, at host. Ii , b rea d · an . d b u tte r sand . Collins school; · ·. · spmc esses will be Mrs. Elsworth · · 1 . ·11 C d dM G·n B . w1c 1; app1esauce, m1 <. ar cy an us. I icrt a 1rnr. Wednesday ~ Turkey and noodle casserole, carrot sticks, hot rolls, fruit Jello, milk. Thursday Buttered corn, hot dog, cup cake, milk. Frfday - Vegetable soup and fish ~f

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Parkland JC's Plan Award In Citizenship The Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce today announced plans to conduct a Jaycee .Junior Citizenship Award project, an annual prograrn designed to turn the publicity spotlight on the young people of the community whose achievements, deeds and services arc above and beyond those ordinarily expected by society, According to Russ Holmes, chdrman of the projcCt, nil children from 9 to 19 arc eligible for nomination by their teacher, principal, ministc;·, church leader or youth organizatiop, and the 9-year-old will not necessarily be competing with a 19-year-old's record. The search for the community's "outstanding junior citizen" is being carried on through schools, churches and' youth ,otganizations, Russ Holmes heads the Junior Citizenship Award committee composed of Dick Deeter, Roland Molzan and Spencer Nevan. Nominees for the awards will be judged by a panel of professional youth authorities.

Spanaway Plans Recreation Area Further discussion of the pmposed Spanaway recreation area plan will highlight 'the meeting called for this (Thursday) evcning at 7:30 in the old Snanaway school gym. All peopl~ of the community interested in a playground for the children are urged to be present at this meeting. Their help is 'needed. The meeting held' Jan. 23 ~t Spanaway school was an enllrns1astic one. Among those present were Dewane Lamka, superin. . tendent of Bethel school . .d1str1ct, and Mr. Fraser, prmc1pal of Spanaway school; also. one mem.b er o f th e Be tl1el b oar d a tt end ed. All offered fullest co-opera. tion.

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The Clover Creek school urges the parents to come cheer our teams in the basketball co11test at th€' Bethel Hoop-Go-Round meet Friday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m. Adults 50c, children 25c.

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Come on out everyone to a free and exciting boskctball game in the Collins gym Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 8:00 p. m.; "'l,eenA_gers'' vs. 11 rrhc 11nrricd Nfcn.n Completes Se1·vicc Douglns Jaros:, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy \Valters, is hnm" after three yesrs service. Ifr spent two years on Oki11awa with the Intelligence branch of the Army. He will finish col!e'OA in P01,tlnnd, Ore., starting Jan. 28. Reporter-Mrs. Harnld Burgeson, GR. 7G40.

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Feb. e· Boy Scout Troop 76 plans a "snow high" and camping ti-ip at Ca!llp Kilworth Feb. 6; call George Lind nbout dinner. Teuy Dawn was recently chosen leader; Mike Musser, scribe; Buddy Hagstrom, propert~· man; David Neustel, patrol leader; Billie Hardt and Gene

Arbuckle, master scouts. Donald Slencamp and Goo1•ge Lil1d attended a Ju.ni01• and Senior T.en.ders meeting at Camp Kilworth recently. B11sy Chh: The 4-H Busy Chix will meet Feb. 2 at the home of their leader, Mrs. Arlo Morton. Members have received their record books Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, and seven blue and two red ribbons. They have completed their GRan!!;e 8391. project, "Know Your Sewing Machlne." Visitors PARKLAND FIREMEN'S ·DANCE Mr. and Mrs. D. K Crow from . Winefred, Mont., are visiting FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH! their daughter and family, the """""'"""'"""'"'"' """""'~ George Haalands of Airport road, and othcl' relatives in the area. Sunday the Haalands entertained with a family dinner, with four generations present. You (.~U place your prescripRecovering tion in om· hands with assur Mrs. Albert Asplund is recoverance cf accurate compounding. ing nicely from surgery at Tacoma General hospital and will iLlil 1 soon be home. w1C ~!sey . 5~11, Fire Only Summit Drugs F1re Chief. Ash Butler r-:-an:s Airport & Canyon Roads people to know that GR '"'11 1s GRanite 0668 for fire or emergency ONLY; any other business, GR 8209. Sympathy Deepest sympathy of friends and neigbbors is extended to the family of Bennie Ward on the FARM FRESH death .of.the husband and fath<:;r after six ·weeks of hospital care HOMOGENIZED AND and apparent convalescense folPASTEURIZED MILI\: lowing injury at work. In addition to his wife, Cora'Marie, and AND CREAM children, Jon and Susan, he ICE CREAM leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carland Ward of Morton, three Phone HA 3301 sisters and a brother. He served as staff sergeant in the Air Force in World War IL He and his wife were very active in Central Avenue P-TA. Burial was in Woodbine cemetery, Puyallup, the Rev. J. Iicsant officiatNursing Home ing. 10816 Portland Ave. GR 5395 New Son A son was bor11 Saturday in A Restful Home Tacoma General hospital to Mr. For The Aged and Mrs. Jimmie Ralph of Mt. or Convalescent.

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Tncoma Drive. 'I'he baby weighed 9 1,2 pounds and has been named Michael. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ralph of Mt. Tacoma Drive and Mr. and Mrs. August Hain of Frnnkfurt, Germany. In Anny Ed Krummel, son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Cad Krnmmol of 103rd street, has reported at Fort Ord, Calif., for basic training in the Army.

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Ace Dirt Moving Co. BULLDOZING - DITCHING GRAVEL . TOP SOIL - SEPTIC TJl..l\'KS • DRAfN FIELDS. 1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Phone Puyallup 5-2452 15ctf WASHER & DRYER Combination. If you buy now you save $240, my home; wiLh trntlo. 3 pair only. Siler's, and under; 11230 Pacific, GR 8634. 15c21 14c21 BROKEN Automob1:e glass and fire damage in upholstery? Bring your car and insurance policy direct to U'l for quicl; adjustmeni. 25% Jisoount on glass. Seat covers and convert' ible tops install~d. ART'S GLASS & UPHOLSTERY, 816 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 2200 15ctf -----------------·-~--------

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,JANUARY {{LEARANCE DESKS, new and use, $10 to $23.95; chests_ $6.25 and up; new_ and used mattresses, all sizes, $7.50 and up; baby cribs, high chairs, priced to sell; new rock ll'laple dining set new $64.95; chrome set, special at $34.95; wringer washers .$11.95 to $23.95; automatic washers in perfect . condition $36.50 to $69.95! ~o~d refri~e_rators $4~.50. and t.p, iust a1nve;. 3-piece lugg:;ge s~t $19.95; ml heaters, all sizes, A off, $11.95 and up. You're always welcome to come in and look around. ROSLIE'S. FURNITURE Ac~oss from Parkland Post Office; GR 8187; open 9:30 to 6:00; Friday till 9:00. 15c21

WASHER & DRYER combination, selling for only 10% above cost. Siler's, 11230 Pacific, GR 8634. 15c21 9-DRA WER MAHC;>GANY dresser, framed plate mirror; bookcase bed; complete $99.00. PARKWA'!. FURNITURE,_ 141st and Pacific Ave., Open Till 9:00; GR 3941. 15c21 FOR SALE _ Used heaters at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; GR 8684; 1 2 ot.h & Pacific _Ave. · 15ctf

MOTOROLA 21" T.V. Hi-Fi sound selling ,for only 10% above cost. Siler's, 11230 Pacific, GR 8634 15c21 · 12' 2-door automatic refrigerator BRAND NEW American made freezer, selling for only 10% portable light weight sewing above cost. Siler's, 11230 Pacific, machine with 12 attachments, GR 8634. 15c21 $33; South Tacoma Sewing Ma· ch_ine Center, 5444 South Ta- 12' 2-door automatic refrigerato'r coma Way. 15ctf freezer, originally sold for $549, four only at $299.95. Siler's, " now 11230 Pacific Ave. GR 863·1. 15c21 TAP DANCING LESSONS. Be. ginning and advanced. Call Ji.m Nylander, GR 0574. 15c1f SGT. GOT TRANSFERRED and let this $150 KIRBY go back with only $49 due; take over $5 monthly payments and get free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St. FU 2551. 15c21

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0. HALVORSEN Attorney 215 Garfield St., Parkland In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Pierce~ NO. 613!H NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In The Matkr Of The Estate 0£ STEPHEN LEWIS GRANTIER (also known as S. L. Grantier). Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Anna J. Grantier, Executrix of the csi'a te of Stephen Lewis Grantier, Deceased. has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Final Report an:d Petition for Dh;tribution, asking the Court to settle said r()port, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Anna J. Grantier, Executrix 11nd that said repoi·t will be heard on the 15th day of February, 1957, at 9:30 n.m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and placG any person intornstcd 'in sald estate may appc" 1• and file objections theret9 and contest Lhe same. Dated this 21 f;t day of January, 1957. . ROBT: L. DYKEMAN Clerk o( said Court By CHAS. C. ITA Deputy HENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for the Estate 215 Garfiel.d Slreet P. 0. Box 2,156 Parkland Branch T11coma 44, Washington Published in the Times-Joumal Jan. 2·1, 31; Fob. 7, 1057.

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Scaled bids are invited by Fl'anklhi. Pierce School District No. 402 for the co11siruction of Brookdale Ele111ci1tary School, So. 132nd Street 2.nd Park Avenue, Parklai1d, Washington. Bids \vil.l be rccrfrved ::it; the Architect's office, 240 Stadium Way, Tacoma, 'Washington, until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Februa1·y 12, 1857. and will then and there h~ publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the time fixed for ooeniniz cannot be considered. ~ Separafo hirb will he received fo1· tJ1e follOi}d11g contracts: 1. Gene:raJ Consi-ruction. 2. J\ Iech1.rilcrrl Vl ork. 3. Electrical Work. . Drawings _ and specifications, including' contract ddcuments, 1

may be examined at the office of Lea, Pearson & Richards, Architects, 240 Stadium Way, Tacoma, Washington, and may be ob~ tained there upon deposit of $25 for each set. The full amount of the deposit for one set of documents will be refunded to actual bidders upon return of the documents, unmutilnted and without marks or notations, within seven ( 7) days after the time set for op\)ning wonderfu_l- award _and they urge bids. Other deposits will be re- other 4-H Clubs of the coun Ly Lo funded, with deduction for the work hard and really put some actu<;l cost of reproducing t~e stiff competition in this award ~rawmgs, under the same cond1- where they are treated royally hons. b h · · A · · l Each bid must be accompanied Y t e Ra1111:r ssociation.. T 10 by a certified check, cashiers' group had. dmner together f!l'st check, or bid bond with State- at the Seven Gables before travlicensed surety company as sure- eling on to view the fabulous ice ty, in amount not less than five shew. Clover Club members atper cent (5%) of th~ largest bid, tending were the Misses Nina made payable to Pierce County Ayers Valeria Bombardier Janet Treasurer. ' . ' . _The right is reserved to reject Sr::earman, ~orrnme Beshaler, any or all bids and to waive in- Elizabeth Wen· and Marlene Cor. formalities. rigan. Also accompanying them No_ bidder may withdraw. his was thefr leader, Mrs. Walte;;· bid after the time se.t for" t'h:e · "Coi+TgiiH; and Mrs. Albert Bombopening there~£, unless the award ardier, who took _the place 0£ of . contract I~ delay.ed for a Mrs. Frank Kobe, co-leader, period exceedmg thirty ( 30) bl t •t d 'II days. \Vas. una c o at, en ; .L' rs. By order of Lomse Hermanson, secretary of Franklin Pierce School Dist- the Rainier Loan Association, rict No. 402, Pierce County, her husband, Phil Hermanson, Washington. and daughter, Phy! Lu, and WnJc; Louise D. Lynd, Clerk. ter Corrio-an. Published in the Times-Journal Mh<;rs to "Dimes" Ball January 31, 1957. There will be -,.,_o dance for Midland Mixers this Thursday 1 night out here so that the square dancers may attend the big March oI Dimes dance in town} Just a reminder that Curt and .. .. ili Eva - Taylor are conducting beginner round dancing cla-sseS every Tuesday evening in thtil Midland Improvement Club. hall,: teaching basic waHz and two steps. Here for Holidays Pvt. Bill Squires was home for EDITOR'S NOTE All prnperly signed Letters - to the Editor will be two weeks over the holiday:;; printed as submiited, excepting deletions of portions which might be con- visiting his family and friends~ sidered libelous. It is not the purpose He is stationed at Fort Carsoni of the Times-Journal to take sides in controversial questio_ns; the Letter Box Colorado. BH! traveled both ways is designed merely to, pet'mit the ex- by plane to give him more time pr~ssion of ·opinions of readers conat home. cerning matters of local interest. Visitors The Times Journal Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek Mr. Jack Brown family of Lillooet, Canada, visit• cd for several weeks her_e ove1~ the holiday season. They spent part of their time with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cleary. Mrs. Meek is. a niece of Mrs. Cleary's. The Meeks' many friends in Tacoma, Yelm and Roy will be hapny to learn that they are being transferred back to the States in Ida-

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Dear.Sir: Thank you very much for sponsoring the 1957 Baby Derby. The many fine gifts presented by the merchant sponsors were wonderful and came in very handy. Thanking each and every one who co-operated in the derby, we remain Sincerely, "The Derby Winners," Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson.

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The following building permits have been issued to residents of Times-Journal territory by Wm. A. Stancer, Pierce County Engineer, Building Dept.: Primo Gasperetti, $2000 addn. to warehouse, 8602 So. Tacoma Way; Raymond Co1·bett, $450 garage, Rt. 7, Box 542; Mabel E. Parham, $1000 addn. to home, 1506 E. 84th; Grace Burke, $3500 moving home to prop., 12624 Vickery Road; B. C. Way, $8000 frame home, 12004 So. l20th. Clifton Thomas, $25;000 frame home, 8911 Thorne Lane; Daniel F. Martin, $17,000 frame home, 10002 .Alaska Street; Clinton R. Capps, $1000 garage, Rt. 3, Box 376B. Sigfrid Abrahamson, $5000 frame home, 2623 East 128th. John Abrahamson, $5000 moving home to prop., 2623 E. 128th; John H. James, $3500 frame home, 123 So. 169th; Ted Halpin, $12,000 tri-plcx, 1416 So. 121st; Geo. Haaland, ~;500 barn, East 128ih between 1600 and 1700; Nels R. A,,p!and, $850 frame garage, Rt. 3, B_ox 376; Robert Nie· sen, $8600 moving home to prop., Rt. 3, Box 649. Herbert Johnson, $10,000 frame home, 1010 So. 117th; Robert Armslrong, $19,000 frame home, Spanaway Lake; Merrill H. Spence, $250 frame home addi1.,

Washington, D. C. (AHTNC)Anny Specialist Second Class Merlyn J. Funkenbusch, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Passwaters, 1710 S. 115th St., Parkland, recently arl'ived in Washington, D, C., and is now asigned as a laboratory technicia;, at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Specialist Ftmkenbusch enter~ cd the Army in March 1947 and was last stationed in Japan. His '\Vife, Yoshiko, lives in Takoma' Park, Md. Rt. 3, Box 1025, Puyallup; Neil Mazza, $500 addn. to home, 1301 So. 112th; C. E. Jack Brown, $1340 Mov. home to prop., Spanaway, about H7th & C; Johri Bozich, $11,500 frame home, ll->!:l Tule Lake Road.

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Mrs. Nathan Turner will bring an arrangement titled "AVale.ntine in Flower." Other members p. m. in the Waller Road ComDuring the horticultural ses- are urged to also bring arrangemunity hall. Members will an- sion, Mrs. Jack Johnson will ments suitable for a Valentine The W~ller Road Garden club swer roll call with a comment speak on starting tuberous be- table. meets Thursday, Feb. 7, at 8:00 on thefr favorite house plant. gonias. · African violets wil be the feaWALLER ROAD ' • •

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tured topic during the program. ern style ham dinner. The Home H9stesse5 for the social hour are Economics department, headed Mrs. Joe Kazda and Mrs.· Myers "oy Mrs. E. D. Costantini, will be Wheeler. in charge, ably assisted by other members. Tickets are now on Grange Dinner 16th sale; for i·eservations call Mrs. Feb. 16 is the date chosen by Costantini, GR 7767. As in past Waller Road Grange for a south- years, family reunions are being planned on this date with nobody worrying about the cooking. Tickets are $L\50 for adults, 75 cents for children G to 12, pre-schoolers free. Keep the date! Grange News Feb. 1 is the date of the next Waller Road Grange meeting. Let's have a "back to Grange" night and meet your friends and fellow Grangers; starting time is 8:00 p. m. On Feb. 7 the Grange Auxiliary will meet at ll:OO a. m. at the home of Mrs. Don Howard on road. Don't forget to dress pattern and maFair Plans Mrs. E. D. Costantini, secretary of the Waller Road Fair committee, is mailing out notices to all members to be present at the Feb. 6 meeting at the Community hall at 8:00 p. m. Any other volunteers will be appreciated. Gene Weeks Home With four years of U. S. Air Force service behind him, Gene Weeks is back in civilian life again. Gene, with his wife Cone nie and tiny daughter Lori ar-

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Pictured aboye is a typic<1,), gas station along the road with crayon sign on the door advertising "home made bread, pies, calms, Coca Cola and strawberry pop." The gas pumps set out near Urn road with ample space to drive in or taxi up in a small plane. 'I'he pumps set out alon~, un~overed and unprot~cted f~om the element';, If you're a person m mid years these stations will take you back to your childhood days in memory. In the larger cities of Alaslrn modern stations abound but out on the highways it's a different story. A large percentage of the station. operators are pioneers an.d have built their places of business with the materials on hand. Your first impression of them is one of mirth, but after careful tho:ight Y<;'U will visualize the pioneer spirit necessary to carve.''. busmess site out of the muskeg country and your laughter .will change to admiration for these hardy souls who brave the lon!i, ncss to supply your simpler traveling needs. After all, your cai: runs no better regardless of the splendor of the gasoline disp.ens• ing establishment. Milepost 263 brings you to the Siana Road Junction, turning off to your left. This road will lead you for 44 miles thru deserted country to the old Nabesna mine and from there a trail winds itr; way on to Chisana and Bonanza, mining towHs of long ago. If you plan a leisurely vacation with hiking on the agenda, this trail will provide all the thrills and beauty you seek. Leading through prim·· !tiye. country skirts the .foothills of the Wrangell mountains and is said. to be unsurpassed m rugged beauty. At milepost 257, Grizzly lake lies below the road on your leIL A beautiful lake in a beautiful setting. Also a good spot to try your skill at landing the big ones of the North. Milepost 242 and to your left the beautiful \Vrangel Mountains rise majectically towards the sky with Mt. Sanford rising 16,200 feet into the clouds. To your right, Mt. Drnm boasts a mere 12,000 foot elevation. Headwaters from these mountains flow both into the Bering Sea and the Pacific Ocean.

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This Friday, Feb. 1, the Bethel Braves travel to Peninsula for another league game. This coming Tuesday, Feb. 5, the Fife Trojans will be at Bethel. The games will start at 7:00 o'clock. Bethel Hi Lunch Menu Feb. 4-8 Monday-Creamed hamburger sandwiches, green salad, peaches, milk . Tuesday-Vegetable beef stew, milk, bread and butter, chocolate marshmallow pudding. Wednesday- Chili, pineapple·. cabbage slaw, apricot pudding, milk, bread and butter. Thursday - Hot dog, potato chips, vegetable soup, milk, fudge pudding. Friday-Tuna noodle casserole, bread and butter, buttered peas and carrots, milk, Jello with whip cream. Field Trip The Bethel high school Commercial club will take a field trip to the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company February 6. At Conference John Cruzan, editor of the Bethel high school paper, the Brave Talk, attended the press-

radio-television conference at PLC Jan. 22. The guest speaker was Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who spo)rn on the United Nations. Visits Mrs. Mary Kuper visited her daughter, Mrs. Doris Charboneau, in Everett last weekend. Reporter - Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GRanitc 7658.

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