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On Monday evening, Feb. 11, Boy Scout troop No. 34 of Spanaway, sponsored by the Methodist Men of the Spanaway Methodist church, will receive its new charter. A Court of Honor is also planned for the same evening, at which time many of the Scouts will advance in their scouting. A potluck dinner will precede the evening program. All members 0£ Troop 34, their parents and in',erested people of the c~m­ munity are cordially invited to attend.

JC Valentine Dance Feb. 9 '

The Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce announces its Valentine dance Feb. 9 at the Sportsman's Chateau. The hall will be beautifully decorated by the JC Auxiliary. Proceeds of the dance will be used for the community projects of the group.

In Japcm U. S. Forces, Japan (AHTNG) -Cpl. John E. Rearden, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Rearden, Rt. 3, Tacoma, is assigned to the 37th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion in Japan. Corporal Rearden, whose wife, Marlene, is with him in Japan, is a gunner in the battalion's Battery C.

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Bethel District Awarded Safety Certificate The Bethel School District No. 403 has been presented with an annual certificate for Meritorious Effort in accident prevention by the General Insurance Company of America, Dewanc Lamka, superintendent of the district, announced recently. The school district has been operating under 'a fleet safety program for all of the bus drivers and equipment fo.· the past seven years in order to accomplish this safety record. According to Mr. B. F. Snook, 'l'raffic Safet;y Engineer for the company, who presented the certificates, the total combined years which .these certificates represent to the drivers show they have operated· the fleet of school buses during the past seven years for a total of 9,077,,000 miles with but six minor accidents during this period. This is an excellent record, considering the traffic exposure and the terrain over which the buses operate. It is estimated that the buses travel a total of 720 miles daily. The administration of the Bethel School District realizes the tremendous responsibility of the drivers in the transportation of the students, and appreciates the necessity of. furnishing the ver~ finest type of buses and equipment. It is the administration's desire also, to commend the drivers and mechanics who operate and maintain the equipment and without whose cooperation this award would not have been possible. Since the reorganization of the Bethel School District seven years ago, four drivers have perfect safety records for this period. The first of these is Sydney Bennett, who previous to the District's reorganization had a record. of i8 years of flawless driving. The other drivers who have a seven year safety record arc Peter Gund, Ed Kenrick and G .. W. Otto. Twelve other drivers who have perfect safety records but. have not been in the empl?.Y<:'e of ·.the.•. I?i;;trict ·. ~evep. years il:lclude Joseph Butcher, Les Coss, Chal"les Gardner, Sam Goddard, Ben Kuper, Duane· Lobeda, Janies Nylander, Walter Sahli, Jack Connors, Lee Reeves, Harold Crisman and Ernie Wallace.

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Open House For Benston Grange Tuesday evening, Feb. 12, will be open house for Benston Grange No. 892. All neighbors and friends are invited to corne and enjoy the beautiful pictures taken by Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Asplund on their trip through Europe and the Scandinavian countries last year. For refreshments, pie, ice cream and coffe will be sold for the benefit of the March of Dimes. SEE THE WEEKLY

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Fh·s·i Wake island Memorial

IN MEMORY-A. 10x5 foot granite marker bearing the names of 178 civilians and military heroes who died defending Wake Island during the Japanese attack and invasion in December, 1941 was ded~c.at<;d at their burial i;>lace in the Natio~al Cemetery_ ~f the Pacif~c m Honolulu early m 1954. P~ot.o: Vice Pres .. Griffith of Morrison-Knudsen Co. Courtesy, who with Lt. Gen. Hart conducted services.

One Of Original Wake Island Survivors Is Parkland Resident Heroic civilian survivors of Wake Island; the tiny dot in the Pacific ocean where the ,Japanese captured all 1723 Americans on the island early in World War II, now number only 111 with only 35 able to hold jobs . . . and one of them lives here in Parkland. He is Paul E. Wic!cr, 14023 So. N Street, an army inspecto1· assigned to Fort Lewis since July 1, 1950. WiCJlCl', who has purr!hased his own home in Parkland, is Public Information Officer and state organjzer !or Washington and Idaho for the American ExPrisoners of War, Inc. and editor C.P.N.A.B. Corner for AXPW. He was one of the 1'.lOO civilian volunteer construction workers on \\Take at the time of the Japanese attack Dec. 7, 19•±1. The civi!ians and 450 Marines, 68 Navy and 5 Army Air Force personnel gallantly held the invaders off for15 days before they were fiµaJl:y (lVE>Xwhel111ed . . . and only the .Marines ,;,,ere armed. Released as a POW in October, ] 945, after four years. Wieler was hospitalized for two years as a result from the savage treatment. \\Thile cn.ptured he was held in camps in Slrnnghi and Ifolbc and Fukuroka, J'1pan. Recently another newspaper carried a story of a group, ineluding several Tacoma people,

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The Midland-Central Avenue Collins Well Baby Clinic will be held in the Midland fire hall, .95th and East Jackson, Wednesday, Feb. 13, with registration from .9:00 tn 10:00 a.m. Dr. Wm. fMcP11ee will be in charge. · All children of five years and [under may be brought for free ~~heck-up, immunization and booster shots. For further info'rma tion, call '1\~rs. Andrew Christensen, GR 7832; Mrs. Charles Peterson, GR 5529, or .Mrs. Vern Blauvelt, GR after 5:00 p.m.

who last fall erected a memorial on Wake Island in honor of the 178 persons who died during the School Lunch Menue actual defensive battle. Wieler feels this story was February 11 - 15, 1957. misleading in that the inference Monday - Hot pork sandwich, was that this was the first and cabbage and marshmallow salad, only memorial erected to honor cookie, milk. his buddies, whereas according Tuesday - Beanie-Weanie day, to the May, 1954 issue .• of the whole wheat bread, carrot sticks, XPW BULLETIN (a monthly fruit, milk. former POW newspaper) the Wednesday _ Spanish rice, Marines paid final trihute to the. bread and butter 11 orange Dix72 131 civil!ans, 44 Marines ~nd ie ~up, milk. ' ' three . sailors. by Th urscl ay S poon b urgers, . reassemblmg . them m burial m the National green b eans, re d J e 11o, m1'll L Cemetery of the Pacific, HonoFriday Noodle-tuna-cheese lulu, along with a 10x5 granite marlrnr bearing the names. This casserole, celery sticks, bread & was done in 1954, with services butter, fruit, milk. being conducted by Lt. General Hart and Vic.e President Griffith of Monison-Knudsen Co. Harry Morrison, Pres. Morrison-I'l:nudscn received National Award from American EX-Prisoners of War, for outstanding The Franklin Pierce Hi-Booster service on P€>ha!f .of .all prisoners .plub ishaving a Valentine sqqaro of ~."'+~·,. July, )954. ..· .·· . )' r1ance Tues.daJ!, F9p, 12, )\1 the Wieler, .one of the fortunate/· Frankli n Pierce h.igh school cotfe• ;35 survivors that is still in good teria. The time is from 8:00 to enough health to maintain em- 11:00 p. m. There will be 13 ploymenL, is very active in Ex callers; namely Ed and Hazel PO\\T work. He said there are Townsend, Howard Trombley, now 2200 former POW's in Wash- Orville Gates, Ed and Dot Hendington state. ricks, George Kenoyer, Tony He and his wife, Iva, have Mrrrsh, Nellie Clark, Willis Dodge, foui· sons and seven daughters. Esther Hansberry, Ed Nelson and None of the children now live Curtis Taylor. witb tl;ieir parents: Mrs.·· Root is in charge of refreshments. Ed Nelson is dance chairman. There will be entertainment during intermission.

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Herbert R. \\Test, crccutivc of Boy Scouts of America, will ho guest speaker this (Thursday) evening at the regular 6:15 otclock dinner meeting of Parkland Ar~a Ei,vn.nis dub at Trinity Luthet:in church. }:Tis topic~ is "Scouting'' in conjunction ,vith Boy Scout Wcelc. Last \vcek's n1eeting presented a very intc~rc:-;ting progra1n on "Dcct IInbits'' '\Vit.h slides nnd talk by Russ Hupe of the Washjngton Game Dcpartn1ent. rrhc Rev. John Skepstad, assistant past.or of Trinity Lutheran church, was iniiiatcd into the club. Glad to have you, John. The regular board meeting will be held this evening.

The Parkland Rainbow Mothers club will meet this (Thursdny) evening at 8:00 o'dock at 1hc home of Mrs. Edna Myers, 180!) East 84th St. Co-hostesses arc Mrs. Lucille Andci·son and Mrs. Hekn James. Mrs. Wattenborgcr, supreme sub-deputy, will he prescn t to inform members of Rainbo\v activities.

A!tar Society Due The Altar Society of Our Lady Queen of Heaven church will ineet l\·Ionday evening, Feb. 11, at 8:00 o'clock in the parish hall. Hostesses will be Mesdames Dar'nell DeTracy, Leabelle Faron, Margaret Fezler, Edward Flannery and Adam Frieze. Mrs. Joe Boyle will preside.

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The Belle King Guild, Wash'ington Association for Retarded ; Ch11dren, will meet Thursday, 'Feb. 7, at 8:00 p. m. at the home 'of Mrs. Vern Vance. Each memtber is asked to bring toilet soap >to. be faken to the Rainier state 'school at Buckley for the teenage girls of Holly Hall. They will ~!so bring used Christmas cards f. · th C b l p 1 C t t ,__ or e e era a sy en er a ;the school. Members will discuss buying a Jrecord player for the class of exceptional children at Midland school.

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Mothers March Thursday,· 7th Th\' "Mothers' March," colorful feature of the current March of Dimes fight on polio, will be observed in the Parkland-Spanawlly area this (Thursday) evening. All who wish the Mothers to call at their doors should leave their porch lights on. It is hoped that these lights will be gleaming from every home. Mrs. Virginia Seaman is chairman for the project. The March of Dimes cans placed in the various places of business for the collection of coins will be picked up Friday.

X-Ray Unit At Parkla.nd 3 Days The xcray survey wiit will .be located in Parkland this Thurs~ day, Friday and ,Saturday, February 7, 8 and 9. Mrs. F. T. Moore, health chairman of the James Sales P-TA, said the unit will set up across from the Parkland Post Office Thursday, moving to Pmkland Piggly-Wiggly Friday and Saturday. Time for Thursday and Saturday is 10-1, 2-6. Friday the unit will be open from 12-4, 5-8 p. m. Mrs. Moore urged all Parkland residents to take advantage of the free x-ray service at this time. She pointed out that, in addition to finding tuberculosis before it has a chance to become dangerous, the x-rays also pick up other abnormal chest conditions before symptoms show, some of these being enlargement of the heart or aorta, benign or malignant tumors and others. Reports are received by all those who have had a chest x-ray in from two to three weeks. Any abnormality is also reported to the family physician for further diagnosis, . study and treatment.

.Rummage Sale

Bake. Candy Sales The Elk Plain Fir.emen's .Auxiliary WiH .1lold a bak~ sale Sat~ J.WdiiY•' F,eb.• 9,••ll.t V{o.osJ;Y'.slVIa;\"7 keJ, starting at 10:00 a. m. On the same day a candy sElle being held· at Kuper's Store .

"Cupid's Caper" is the theme of the Valentine dance to be sponsored by the Collins Tots club Saturday, Feb. 9, in Sunshine hall, beginning at 9:00 p.m. A popula1· five-piece orchestra will provide good dance music for the evening. Virginia Anderson, general chairman, has been ably assisted by capable and hard working committee chairmen and their co-workers. Coffee and good food at a reasonable price will be served throughout the evening. Colorful Valentine decorations in the hall will add to the gala atmosphere for the dance· and attractive awards will lend excitement and fun to the eve- . ning's program; the principal award is an electric blanket. Collins Tots club will use the proceeds of the dance to purchase playground and indoor school equipment for the primary grades at Collins school. For further information or tickets, call Mrs. Wallace, GR 8825, or Virginia Anderson, GR 8827.

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The committee pointed out that Airport Road now has three schools fronting it. Many adjacent schools run buses over it; it has very heavy local traffic plus that of McChord Field, Ft. Lewis Ordnance Depot, Puyallup and Graham areas and servi;s as a by-pass for U. S. 99. The thoroughly prepared committee was well aware of the State Highway Commission plans for construction of a limited access road north of the present location of Airport, and showed that this would only relive Air.port of some through traffic and would actually enhance the problems of some schools and many individuals. Thoroughly covered points were the extreme narrowness of the road, lack of shoulders in some places, deep ditches, high death and accident rate. Mr. Claypool, Members of the committee inarea engineer, volunteered in- eluded Mr. Fishaer of the Fruitformation about the accident rate land and Pomona Grange who and declared Airport road one spoke of the efforts and desires of the worst in the state. Ray of Grangers concerning improveMoiso, member of the State High- .ments; way Commission, spoke about the Ray Gogan pointed up the "vertical curves," and declared trials and tribulations of truckers it the worst road in his district. and firemen; Pierce County started construeMrs. Jenkins, government emtion of Airport in 1918 and fin- ployees; Barbara Cordes, secreished it in 1925, the state took · tary, pointed out the ease with it over in 1937, and since then which signatures were received has spent only a neglible amount and stated that 6000 .could have on it. The state plans to return been gathered in another week. this road to Pierce county when The committee was congratuthe new limited acces road is lated on the excellence of its completed. The committee ac- presentation and assured that cented the fact that every coun- every expei:Jient, even to placin>;: ty road in this area is a better of a special bill in the House by road than Airport, and that the Rep. Sawyer and Brouilett and state is morally obliged to give a Senate bill by Senator Knobus something as adequate as it Jauch, would be effected. took. Larry Bartolatz, chairman.

The Riverside Parents club will hold a rummage sale at 743 So. Tacoma Ave., Tacoma, Feb. 11, 12 and 13. Proceeds will be used for equipment needed for Riverside school.

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Users of Airport Road will be pleased to know that the committee which has been gathering signatures to lists was very successful. In only ten days. 1538 names and ten letters from organizations . were gathered. These were presented to the . State Highway Commission at a ' meeting in Olympia which was arranged by . Senator Reuben Knaubloch ass'lsted by Rep. Sawyer and Brouilet.

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30 pairs of Infants oxfords sizes 1 - 6. Reg. 4.95 now 7 cents 44 pairs of Women's dress pumps. $4.57.

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Virginia Clinton. There will be an election of officers during the business meeting. Open house inspection will be .held for the new classrooms and multi~pur­ pose building. Mrs. Don Slenkamp will be in charge of refreshments. Central Avenue Preschool will sponsor a J'reschool potluck dinner Friday evening, Feb. 8, at 6:00 o'clock in the school lunch room. Mrs. Donald Panatone and Mrs. Blain · McKanna are in charge; all parents and friends are cordially invited. Homemakers The S u m m i t Homemakers group will meet Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 10:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Jean Baker, Rt. 3, Box 641, on Waller road. "Cleaning and Care of Furniture" will be the lesson or project, to be demonstrated by Mrs. Evelyn Kerr and Mrs. Casper Irish. Members arc asked to bring a soiled cushion or foot stool to be cleaned; also old rags and a small bowl. Any interested \Voman is invited. Bring a sack lunch; coffee and dessert will be furnished by the hostess.

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Hughes, son· of Mr. ancl. Mrs. Franl: W. Hughes, Route 1, Span'" ·==-----·· away, recently participated with the 11th Airborne Division in "\Var Hawk", a field training ex· el'cise in Germany. Spedalist Hughes entered the Arm;• in April, 1955, an<l is a

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Fun for the whole family at ,Ta':r'eg Sal~~ Gra":ge Gam·e·s Night IS promised Friday, Feb. 15, at the Grang" hall just west of Park avenue on So. 113th street. Valentine will be the theme with thf' games starting at 8:00 p. m. There will be many lovely gifts through the evening's program. · . t . . f h Dur1ng an 1n erm1ss1on, ~c res men ts will be served. · Chairman for the evening is Chal'les Ward and his committee members are Howard Freeman and Paul Froman.

The Mineral, Pleasant Vall"y and Elbe l\1jssionary Se\ving Circle will meet Tuesday, Feb. 12, with Mrs. Velma Wilson in Mineral. We hope for bette1· weather by that time so we can all get out and enjoy a happy and use· fol duy togethei-. Ski Bus The Ski bus <lid not run last Saturday because an avalanche had blocked the road in the park. It is. hoped that the road will be oprn and that the bus will be on hand Saturday at 8:30 to pick up young p~ople for the ski lessons. Visitfi Harry Lambert, who is work· ing in Seattle, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank '.Lambert. Reporter '-- Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

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KENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney 215 Garfi.eld St., Parkland In the Supe1·ior Court of the State of vVashington for the County of Pierce. NO. 61894 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION In The Matter Of The Estate Of STEPHEN LEWIS GRANTIER (also known as S .. L. Grantier). Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Anna J. Grantier, Executrix of the estate of Stephen Lewis Grantier, Deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Final Report and Petition for Distribution, asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis.. charge said Anna J. Grantier, Executrix and that said report will be heard on the 15th day of February, 1957, at 9:30 a.m., at the court room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. :bateQ. this 21st day of January, 1957. ROBT. L. DYKEMAN Clerk of said Court By CHAS. C. ITA Deputy HENDALL 0. HALVORSEN Attorney for the Estate 215 Garfield Street P. 0. Box 245G Parkland Branch Tacoma 44, V'htshin:;ton Published in the Times-Journal Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7, 1957.

Birthday Club Honoring two of their members; Mrs:§:Charles Harris and Mrs.' John 1loth, for having January birthday, the members of the Birthday CIUb met at the home of Mrs. A. Thompson on East Adams Street. Beside the hostess and the honored guests, those present were Mesdames Allen Zook, Fred Siehl, Ji;;seph J oringdal, Clifford Tuller, Harold Walker, Riehard McNabb, Harold Stavig and Walter Corrigan. · New Daughter Congratulations are going out to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Harris, on the birth of a daughter, Nedra Gaye, on January the 19th. Besides the proud parents, little Nedra is being welcomed by her 11 year old brother, Vernon Jr. Cub Scouts Pack 84, held their Pack meeting Jan. 25. In spite of the snow, there was a good turnout. One of the Senior Den Mothers, Mrs. Thomas Shannon, introduced thc·ee -new Den Mothers, Mes·· dames Frank Highland, Karl Scott anil C. L. Brawdy. Rev .. 0. Hansen l1xl thP. Cubs and parents in singing with Mrs. Claude Bless• ing and son, Tommy, playing the piano. The following awards were given: Wolf-Donald Spencer, Peter Sallee and Scott Spencer; BearRobert Pendle; Lion-Allen. Alexander and John Hills; Gold Arrows-Carl Zook, Winston John" son and John Hills; Silver. Ar-' rows-Dennis Martin (2), Danny' Lorance, Dean Walker, Kenneth Russell, Donald Robertson, Larry Russell, John Hills (2), Tom. Bil~ yeu (3), and John Cooper· (2); Denner Stripes - Lynn Irving, John Fleming, Marlow Swanson, Ronald Hubachek, Greg' Hoover and Michael Hal'rison; Year Pins -Dennis Hess, Dennis Martin, Jimmy Smith, Kenneth Russell, Vernon Harris (2), and Den Mother, Mrs. Jack Alexander

ZIG - ZAG Family moved and. let this nice MIDLAND . portable machine go back with only $79 due; original price $179. You take over payments of $7 each month; free home demonstration. UPTON ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Market St., FU 2551. 15c22 Friday evening, February the PIANO LESSONS - Classical 8th, 8:00 o'clock, in the Midland and modenn. Reasonable ;rate. Improvement club hall - that's .Ca'll GR 4051 or GR 0420. 1'5df the date of the Valentine "Evening of Games" being sponsored FOR SALE. - :siegler heaters by the Midland Orthopedic Guild. at Parkland Fuel Oil Sel'V!ice; GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. You are urged to come out for 15ctf an eve.ning of fun: for the family with a cha:pce to meet your friends and neighbors and at the SAWDUST same time. help the Orthopedic O SHAVINGS Guild with their continuous proUPLAND SLAB ject of aiding in the maintenance of the Mary Bridge Children's G. ANDERSON hospital. (2). Chairmen of the different comCommittee meeting will be BR 8311 mittees include Mesdames Ellis' held in tho Boy Scout Hall, Feb. 8, at 8:00 p.m. All interested persons are welcome. Lucky Dozen TheLucky Dozen club met with Mrs. Donald Knapp at her home Jan. 23 for potluck· luncheon. (CO!ntinued on Page 5)

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Beginner round dance class will be held Tuesday nights at the Midland Improvement club 'hall with Curt and Eva Taylor instructing. Alta.. Society A very important meeting of the St. John of the Woods Altar Society will be held Thursday noon in the Midland Improvement club hall. The new president, Mrs. Walter Vailencour, will preside and the organization of the new circle groups will be discussed and definite plans made. -Circle 2, being organized by Mrs. Melvin Morrill, will be hos.tesses for this meeting. The February "Evening of Games" which will be held on the third Friday evei;ing, Feb. 15, will also

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cess. style, detailed with a train, pointed lo11g sleeyes, scoop.neckUrie \Vith lace inset seeded with . . .. veil . . of . 11. pearls. Her fmgertip .· · · · . · Ju_. s. on .. was attach.ed to a.. beaded · · · •·.·. · . . ' . h.ead The. bride carried a . ..... tnece. c · ".'.h.ite . .. Bib.le' .gift of.- the bridegroom, covered with stephanotis. :lnd stain ribbons, centered with an orchid corsage. Miss Patty Ann Beals was 1llai.d of honor and Miss Mary Ann Holcomb was bridesmaid. B()th attendants wore gowns of lime green polished. cotton with empire waist, elbow-length sle.eves· and full bouffant skirts. They carried cplonial bouquets~ of pink hosebttds and net. Bill Oman was best man for the gpoom, with _Ali.

liert Towns.end and John Malcdack as ushers. • The bride's mother, Mrs. G h· · f otc y, ch ose· a gown rose 1 ' · ·a· wore · aob ronze · co oreu rayon an h. 'd . ore t co1sage. . · The we. dding pa1·ty were .enter. tained with breakfast at Steve's, following the wedding ceremony. A reception for all their friends and relatives was held in the evening at the Gotchy home. Assisting at the reception were Mesda\nes Thomas Townsend, Albe1·.t Townsend, Robert Carson, and the Misses Charlotte Gotchy and Leigh Rae Hicks. Within the week, the newly married couple will motor Eastward where they will make their

'fhtirsday, February 7, 1957 The TIMES-JOURNAL .

h ·· · G.. d R. · 'd· M' ·h· · ome m ian apt s, 1c ,1gan. A h dd' · ·... · 't · DON'T MISS the Parkland .hnot. receptionh awm s Fn·emen's Dance February 16th. · er we ·· mg ·1· .,h· · · t · e young. .. ar- , , , _6 _ " " ' h · coupe 1 · w.Fe.n." t. ey rivet ere D 11:. E ir II! n I · · ear Y '.n •curuarv. · • l!iJ IL> ·1u U'll ;;;;

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Ron Hovey and Dick Groom are among the top 15 scorers in the Puget Sound basketball race. Through last Friday's games Groom has 104 points in 10 games and Hovey has 99 in 11 games.. John Merritt of Renton moved into the lead with .17 4 po.in ts in 11 co;ntests for a 15.8 average. Dave Morely of Clover Park is a close second with 173 points for a 15.7 mark.

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Wrestling fans can see some good matches Feb. 20 if they head for Bethel High. A smoker is planned along with the wrestling which w.ill feature Bethel against Stadium of Tacoma. According to Ken Riley, sports editor of the Bethel Brave Talk, Tacoma's highly public.ized heavyweign't boxer Pat McMurtry is expected to lbe on hand to referee the matches.

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Riley said that Bethel previously edged Puyallup by one point and Puyallup beat Stadium by the same margin. So the Bethel-Stadium event should be a thriller. The affair starts at 7 :30 so for some good wrestling and an enjoyable smoker, keep Feb. 20 open.

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1611 The series is one of the most important of the season for both schools and a double win. would leave either team in an excellent position to go all the way in the race for the league crown. The Huskies are rested and ready-and on the basis .-Of past records well aware that they'll be in for a couple of real battles. For the Washington-U.C.L.A. rivalry .has· developed into one of the most thrilling . on the Coast. In .both 1951 and '52 the two schools met in the playoffs for the .~QC chal11pionship, ,the Hus'll:ies sweeping two straight in Seattle in 1951, the .Uclans taking · the title with two out of three in W estwaod the next season. Last year's Husky-Bruin series in Los Angeles was also. a crucial. With both teams still in the thick of the title race at that time, UCLA .eked out a 61-60 win in the first game on a last second tip-in by Willie Naulls, won the second 82-75 and went on to an undefeated conference season.

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FOUR LETTERS - :Sig Nick. Kelderman, the rugged 6-7 rebounding center for Pacific Lutheran College, is in the pro·cess of winning his fourth cage letter at the Parkland college this season. Kelderman's rebounding and defensive play has been an important factor in the Lutes 1.8-0 NCAA. record. Photo by McKewen SPANAWAY • • •

Spanaway p.,,Tto Cards Invade Highline Friday With Hope Of A League Upset Honor Founders

Sound League cage tilt. Highline currently leads the loop and .also is ranked second in the state for Class A schools. In their first meeting the Cards battled all the way and gave Highline its roughest game of the yea~ before bowing 42-38 in a thriller. After the first Highlinc tilt the ,Cards Jost their touch for five more games and went into a six game. slump before rebounding for two straight wins. Last week the. Cards upset t}ieir secon4 straight first '+'liyi.. sfon team when they rolled over Kent-Meridian 55-42 sparked by the shooting of forward Dick Groom .who pumped 20 points through the hoop. The 20 points boosted' Groom's league average to 10.4. The Cards grabbed a 14-8 first period lead and increased the margin to 31-20 at halftime and 46-28 at the third quarter buzzer. Following Groom in the scoring was Bruce Alexander who hit 11.

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In other league games Friday night Clover Park travels to Sumner, Auburn goes to Renton and Kent-Meridian hosts Enumclaw. Schafer is expected to start his regular five against Highline which has included Ron Hovey, Groom Gary Moore, Jerry Hoxsey and Dick Mead. But a change may be with Alexander who returned last week for the first time since a summer accident. In other· tilts last week Enumclaw dropped Renton 53-37, Highline beat .Clover Park 58-45 and Puyallup downed Sumner 59-40.

Braves, Cruisers Both Play Home League Games Both Eatonville and Bethel play home games Friday night in the rugged West Central basketball league as the Cruisers host Vashon and Bethel entoirtains Fife. Last Friday night both clubs delighted their home fans when they each won important victories: Bethel's double overtime thriller ove.- Peninsula 47 -45, which was the Braves' seventh straight league win, threw the loop into a three-way tie. Bethel, Peninsula and Eatonville each ended up with a 7-2 mark at th~ end of the week. Eatonville dropped Yelm 61-52. Aftm· a 43-43 regulation time tie, Bethel took the lead .45-43 in the first overtime on a basket by Al Cant.rel! but Peninsula again tied it up. Then Cal Christoph hit a long set shot in the second overtime for the exciting win. Dave Leigh and Cantrell paced Bethel with 11 and 10 respectively. · Eatonville, which hit 21-29 free throws, finished fast against Yelm as the game was tied 4.848 in the closing minutes vvhen the Cruisers hit seven straight points. Hollis Barnett drilled 26 points to lead Eatonville.

Founders Day and National Boy Scout Month will be observed Wednesday, Reb. 13, when Spanaway PP-TA meets in the old gymnasium at 8:00 p. The following officers, committeemen and Den Mothers of the Spanaway Cub Scouts will be introduced: Capt. Charles Jordan, Cubmaster; Ralph Mason, institutional representative and secretary; Mr. Overway, treasurer; Bernard Sullivan, chairman; Phil Taylor and Luther McAninch, committeemen; Mesdames Ralph Mason, James Orem, Robert Long, Jack Chadwick, Lawrence a.nd Hagen, Den Mothers. The Cub Scouts will present the colors; In .ovserva~c~ of Fo~nders IlaY, past presidents o! Span.away P~ TA will .he honored; all .past presidents are urged to attend. Mrs. Elsie Pease will sing. Refreshments will be served. by the 4th grade room parents. Guild The Lee A. Rademaker Ortho· pedic Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Thomas Feb. 14 with Mrs. Harry White as cohostcss. Surprise The Spanaway P-TA erecutive board surprised Mrs. Phil Taylor with a Bon Voyage party last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Morgan Webb. Mr. Taylor has been transferred to . Scotland. Fl'iends will miss them but are glad that the move will bring them close to Mrs. Taylor's parents who live in London. Present at the party were Mesdames

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John Iverson, Robert McKini;iell, Mrs. Ted Harris sustained only Luther McAninch, Oliver Omat, slight injuries in a freak acciAndrew Qualland, Frank Petoski, dent when her umbrella turned Ray Norgan. inside out in a strong wind and Secret Pal puled her onto the highway_ in The Secret Pal club met with the path of a car. Wish her a Mrs. Robert Steidel last Tues- speedy recovery. day. Plans were made for a Also glad to report that Mrs. Valentine party at Luigi's Feb._ Robert Miller is again on the job 12. Present were Mesdames Rob-·· at Spanaway 5 & 10, having been ert McCullough, Ted O'Neill, 0. laid up by an infected hand. Omat, Emerson Tarpenning, EdRecreation Meet ward Flannery, Louis Symmons, Spanaway people interested.-!;;: Don McLellan, Harry White, Jack Henricksen, George Stephenson establishing a recreation center are meeting again this (Thursand Beulah Ballard. -~- Sympathy--,~=~=···· day) evening at .7:30 p. m. at the school. Deepest sympathy to the fam. Reporter Mrs. Ohver Omat, ilies of Forrest Gerald Brick· DeNune and John Quinlevan \.,ho GRanite 6466. pased away last week. Best Wishes It's a trustful wife who gives Friends are glad to learn that he)' husband letters to be. mailed.

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pumped m 23 counters. Chuck Curtis added 16 and Jim VanBeek 12. Curtis also picked off 15 rebounds and reserve Tom Sahli grabbed 11. The Whitworth battle was a different· story as the two teams battled neck and ,neck all the way. Late in the game the score . was tied 66-66 when Curtis hit a goal to give PLC a lead which they never gave up.

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Coach Del Schafe~'s Franklin Pierce Cardinals hope to play giant k,illers Friday night when they UW Hosts UCLA Friday7 Satmmrday ~!;v~~:~;~iyR~;e:h~e~~~n :~:;d invade the court of high ranked Highline in a Puget Washington's Huskies reach another big hurdle in their Pacific Coast Conference basketball schedule this weekend when they host the powerful U.C.L.A. Bruins in a two-game series at Edmundson Pavilion.

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games remaining with two of them slated for their home court. Next Thursday and Friday, Feb. 14 and 15, the Lutes host Western Washington and British Columbia and the following week close out the 1956-57. regular season at C.entral Washington. Coach Marv Harshman carried a 8-0 loop record into this week after they brushed a home-court jinx at Whitworth on Saturday edging the Whits 87-80. On Friday night they slammed Eastern 83-46. The two wins all but clinched the Evergreen crown for the Lutes as they only needed· one more win to repeat as league winners. The twin wins last week increased the Lutes' win streak to 19 (one of the nation's highest) and also left them with a perfect 18-0 mark against college opposition. Against Eastern the Lutes opened up with 51 points in the second half to turn the game into a run-away as they held only a 32-23 halftime edge. Again

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·Thursday; Febnrnry 7, ·1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

the annual Blue and Gold· dinPostponed Clover Creek has postponed ner, potluck style, Friday, Feb. 8, at 6:15 p. m. in the school its meeting till Feb. 27; the dance The new Dr. Lee Rademaker lunch room. After .dinner t:he till Feb ..23. Orthopedic Guild will meet at Cubs will present a program. Hoop-Shoot the home of Mrs. Wilma Thomas Wayne ·Bos; ·8th grader, will Magic Show this (Thursday) evening. represent Clover Creek school at Blue & Gold Dinner A magic show will be held ill the. hoop-shooting contest put Cub Scout Pack 79 will hold the Clover Creek school at 2:00 on'·by the Puyallup Rotary club p. m. Feb. 11, open to all at lOc at Franklin Pierce high school donation. Paul Kerr is the ma- Saturday. morning, Feb. 16. Custom Built gician. ·Clrnrch Notes Cabinets & Store Fixtures Help, please! Come one, come We Install all; Saturday, Feb. 9, is the day Free Estimate! to co.me work on the interior of 113'1 AN EXPERT the .new addition to the Clover RH 0 NE 'S Creek Baptist church. · CABINET SHOP The laaies remind all that the So. 161.st St. GR second 1esson on Bible Prophecy Span away is , Tuesday, Feb. 12 by Mrs.

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The Canyon Road Ladies Auxiliary · installed new officers at the last meeting. New leaders for the coming year .are: Myrna Dickinson, presid(')nt; Frances Rice, vice president; Tressie McIf you want to gain the good Corkle, secretary; Beverly Campopinion of an individual, give him bell, treasurer. an order for what he has to sell. The following committee chairmen were appointed: Alma Peake, There are no rules that apply ways and means; Sarah Fields, to every human being, and no program and entertainment; Wilhuman being ~hat obeys all the ma Folk, Sunshine; Joyce Anrules. ·· drews, membership and :welcoming. It was voted to have a baby sitter for each meeting so more of the mothers could come and enjoy themselves. 17\fe are now Profits based upon service looking for a baby sitter. , justified and those based upoJ:tf·f'.' ·we were very happy to wel- 'monopoly or manipulatipn come three ne'v members, Mrs. unjustified. • Esther Hanson 2.nd Mrs. Pauline Schimke of Lidford road and Mrs. Amy Dvorak of Fairview road. Mrs. McCork!e won the door a\vard. Mothe1·s M!lrch The Mothers' March for the polio drie was a great success, over $100 being collected ill this community., Thank you! Birthday Evelyn Bacon of Canyon road reaUy celebrated her birthday this year. She attended a lunchBox eon in her honor at the home • .. forextra of Margaret Hoffman, with guests earnings Joyce Andrews, Wilma Folk and all savings Nettie Latteral, and ended the day with dinner ill Tacoma with placed on or Can · her husband Paul. Happy birth· before day, Evelyn!

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Graham News Pvt. Eugene S. Ressler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frahk ·1fosler is hope on SO~day lEiave. He ha~ his boot frainln~ fo ~an Diego where he will 'reforn for advanceQ. training before going overseas. ·

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The ·Parkland Ji'iremen's .,Au.x~ iliary .Wm meet at tne .fire hall Wednesday evening, Feb; 13, ·. ai 8:00 o'clock. There will .be·. elifo::. tion of officer,s; ·Host~iises for th~ social· h'.~ur· wilt be Margh" !iii~ Blanc and Ruth Baskett. .

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Founders Day Waller Road P-TA will have a Founders Day program Feb. 12 at the regular meeting in th.; Waller Road Community hall at 7:30 P• . m. The past presidents of the group will be honored. Of interest. to the parents will be the topic, "Civil Defense," chosen for his talk by the guest speaker, Firi'l 'Chief Paul Parkhurst of Puyallup. A .clarinet quartet from Puyall)lp high school will entertain. Hostesses for the social hour are Mesdames Llyod Ebert, Bud Shonb13rg, Henry Lovell, B. W. Hand and Joe Phasey. Cub Scouts 'Parents of future Cub Scouts are asked to l:>e at the Waller Road hall Monday evening, Feb. 11, at 7:30 o'clock when Rupe1·t Peterkin ,will be in charge of. an organizational meeting. The Cub program is important and parents ·are urged to give just a bit of their free time to make it a success. Orthopedic Ten years have passed since the Marie Hazen Orthopedic Guild was organized. These ladies have many wonderful projects credited to their support of the Mary Bridge Children's hospital. The Feb. 4 meeting at the home of. Mrs. Godfrey Berg found tne 'ladies enjoying the 11:30. lull.c;heon, Mrs. H. Gustafson as·

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Pictured above is one of the more colorful businesses loca ~~~. on the Glenn Hiway. This trading post is one of the old time estaR~ lishments along this route and today caters to the needs of tlie modern day traveler, with an airstrip, gas pumps, soda pop °"ti<l other items unheard of .at the time of the original construction, II)'. the photo, note the food cache; totem poles, and dog sleds on tne ~

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Milepost 204 brings you to· the Gakona River bridge. This·\~ considered very good hunting country at this point. ..: At milepost 203 you will come to the Richardson Hiway Nor{l1 Ju~-iction. Travelling towards AnehoragB, you will cover 14 mff<)i:! on the Richardson Hiway to the South Junction at milepost 1lj~;. Turn sharp right here for Anchorage or straight ahead for Valdelft~ For the tourist taking a leisurely vacation, the 117 mile trip to Valdez is a must. Traveling through mountains, past glaci<:ctt' and muskeg country, the trip will afford excellent opportuniti~~ for the camera fan. Twenty four miles. from the South Junction)A• road. leads off to your left for 39 miles to Chitna, now a. veritab!w ghost town but once .a thriving community of several hundred pet)d pie serving the needs of the famous Kennecott Copper Mines. ..' Traveling on straight ahead to Valdez, you will be traveli}~!t over the orignial wagon ,road from Valdez to Fairbanks. You "f~ll be able to visualize the hardships faced by early day travelers oy~~ this route. ~ . . ·.,:.: Valdez, lying on a flat by the sea and .surrounded by hill(~ beautiful mountains, was established in 1897 and was the startitig point of the Klondike gold rush over the Valdez glacier. Todayjt is one of Alaska's leading seaports, a modern town complete wi~~ airfield, sea plane base and docks. For the tourist there ·are ampla camp sites near town. i: Returning back to the South Junction and on towards And~" orage, you will reach• the community of Glennallen at milepost 18'7; Here you will find all facilities for the traveler. The town serv¢~ as a site for offices of the Alaska Communications Service, Terri" torial Police; has a church with services open to all and a hospital. A,t milepost 186 you will cross the Moose Creek bridge at;<:l drive onto a vast tableland reaching 80 miles North and South aiul· 150 miles East and West. This will remind you of similar counwy in Eastern Washington. Montana or Wyoming with the exceptioii of the foliage. Many varieties. of benies grow in this area includil{l.g cranberries. Along this portion of the road you will note an inb crease in the number of "Bump Ahead" signs and a speed o[ ¥5 miles per hour steady will out thrill any roller coaster you've ey~l' been on. At milepost 170 you will reach Tolsona Creek, an ideal spi:)t to camp for the night. How about a weiner or marshmallow ro~st for the. kiddies? Surely you stocked up on these before you lef~

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sisting as co-hostess. In Air Force Terry Carlton, sqn of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Carlton of 48th and Waller road, has joined the U. S. Air Force and is now at Lackland AFB in Texas for training. His brother Loren is also in the Air Force. Army Trninhig Jim Robbins is taking basic training with .the U. S. Army at Fort Ord, Calif. His wife, Mary, is presently making her home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robbins. Suffers Stroke Mrs. Anna Brandt of Waller road, lo~g-tiine resident of the community, suffered a stroke fast week. She is being cared for at the R. C. Geise home where she was taken after being found in a helples condition by Mrs. Geise. Two Weddings Two weddings of interest to friends in the Waller Road district took place recently. On Jan. 18 Miss Gladys Thorsen became the bride of Ralph Aroreson in a lovely ceremony in the Bethel Lutheran church in Tacoma. Pai;ents are Mrs. Lee Hogan and Mr. and Mrs. John Andreson of Puyallup. The bride is a graduate of Puyallup high school. The new home will be in Seattle where both are employed. In a beautiful ceremony in St. Paul's Methodist in Tacoma the evening of Jan. 26, Miss Karen Marie Hanson became the bride of Larry R. Pederson. The· bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C: Hanson and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. J.' M. Pederson of 72nd and Waller road. Rel'.orter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, GRamte 5210.

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Times journal v 12 no 22 feb 7, 1957  
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