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John Bussanich, co-partner with Otto H. Marth in ownership and management of Park 'n Shop Thri( tway and sole owner of Midland Thriftway, has accepted the post of chairman of the 1957 Parkland Round-up. The acquisition of Mr. Bussanich for this important post has arroused much enthusiasm in the corr1munity b2cause he, probably the busiest man in the area, has the ability and drive necessary to get things done. Round-up Meet Monday Anxious to get the ball rolling, Mr. Bussanich has called the first Round-up meeting for Monday, March 4, at 8:00 p.m. in the upstairs office at Park 'n Shop, 98th and Pacific avenue. The

Midland 4 - H Clovel' Club girls looking at curtains they made for Midfand Imp1·ovement Club Hall. Left to right - Elizabeth Weir, viceprcsidcnt; Marlene Corrigan, treasurer; r~nna Ayers, secretary; Janet iTensen, former mem .. her; Valeria Bombardier, president.

National 4-H Week-March 2nd through 9this being cele1brated all over the nation with the 1957 theme of "Improving Family and Community Living-." 4-H clubs are fostered by the state and county extension service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Among educational organizations - - - - - for youth, 4-H enrollment is second only to the public school system. 4-H club work . is democracy in action with each club electing their own officers, planning and conducting their own meetings and learning to be at ease before people. Through community wide demonstrations of best practices in agriculture and some economics, they develop a spirit of service to the community. They learn to work together with

adults to improve farm, home and community. Local clubs are doing their part for their community as well as their own club. The Midland 4-H Clover club has been·, sponsored by the Midland Improvement club and members have at two different times made curtains for ·the hall as well as presenting programs and serving refreshments at their meetings. In turn, the Improve(Continued on Page 5) ~~

Photo by McKewen John Bnssanich club

will

terested in this year's Round-up and all who wish to assist in setting up plans for the big event for1957 should make an effort to be present. One of the highlights of the evening's discussion ¥.till be the Buro-c- selection of the date for Park., land's 1957 Round-up.

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·Jack Whisler To New t~kewood r~BW Branch

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~1chn R. :YVhi~3ler, assistant cashier of the Parkland branch, is being transferred 1o the new Villn-cT!nza Lakewood branch of NaWmal Bank of Washington when it opens in the near future, it ".vns nnnounced by r~1an­ ngcr R. H. (Howie) Snowden. Whisler has been wi:h National Bank of Washington since January of 1941, having started as a booklceeper in the CoffmanDobson branch, Chehalis. He was then transferred to the Winlock

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branch in October of that year, and from 1943 to J94~ was on military leave. Upon his return he worked at both the Coffman· Dobson and W inlqck branches, and in 1950 was transferred to the Parkland branch with the duties of chief clerk. He was ap·pointed assistant cashier of Parkland branch on June 8, 19?4. Whisler has been very active in community affairs at Park· land'. He is presently vice presi.dent of the Parkland Business Men's club, a member of the Park1and Post, American Legio~, and also a member of the HtBoosters club. In commenting upon Whisler's transfe1·, Snowden said, "While we regret very much to ~ose Jack 'Whisler from oi;r orgamzation, we recognize that there will be a fine opportunity for him at the new Villa PlazaLakewood branch, and we all wish him success in his new assignmcnt." _:::_______________

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she is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben (Leann) Eastwood and daughters Betty Ann and Edith Jane. Sympathy Deepest sympathy is extended .to the family of Mrs. Augusta Mehus who passed away in a Tacoma hospital at the age of 81, Born in Norway, she· had lived in the community about 30 years. Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Ray Douglas of Bingham road, with whom she Jived; Mrs. Dean Sherill of Washinrrton D. c., and Mrs. Anthony Pellegi'.ini of California; three sons, Ben of Tacoma, Albert of Chicago and Sandy of Seattle; 10 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and one great-great·

grandchild. Ailene Shaffer and Miss Ruby Reporter - Mrs. M. S. Rau, Servine, cousin of the bride, GRanite 8391. wore gowns identical to tho maid-of-honor's and they all carried white daisies. Miss Cindy Ml!DLAND •• Morris, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and David Morris, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Alvin Glasgow ·was best man for his .brother .and ushers were Jack Glasgow, brother of February the 14th, was the the bridegroom, Eugene Gordon, date chosen for the ,marriage or Roger Allard and Robert Allard. Miss Betty Eloise Rice, daughter The candles were lighted by Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rice and Lind Rice, siste;· of the bride, Tommy Ray Glasgow, so.n of and Miss Valarie Pratt. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Tom Glasgow of Hall, . cousin of the,.· .-bride, was . Lawton, Oklaho1na~ The Rev'..Ed· vocal sol.oist and was accomp\vard G. Brown 'officiated at the anied by Mrs. Betty Cowan. ceremony in the. First Church of Presiding at their reception God. Altars were decorated with were Mrs.· Kenneth Glasgow, sisbaskets of tulips and carnations ter-in-law of the bridegroom, with white tapers. The bride was Mesdames Victor. Hall, Ray Morescorted into the church by her ris, Frank Servine and George father. Buck, all aunts of the bride, Mrs. Yards of imported Chantilly Verne Cox and Mrs. Don Beuh· lace over white silk satin and ler. layers of net were fashioned inThe bride's going away suit of to the bl'idal gown. A queen's pink knit was complemented crown of lace was outlined with with an orchid corsage. The pearls and caught the elbow- couple are establishing their new length veil of illusion. The bride home in this city. The bride is carried a white orchid arranged attending Franklin Pierce high with stephanotis, net and lace. school and the bridegroom atMiss Barbara Rice, sister of the tcndccl school in Lawton, Okb· bride, vvas maid-or-honor, in a home. scarlet gown fashioned with layOrthopedic ers of net ovPr taffeta. Miss The Midland Orthopedic Guild will meet 'Tuesday, March 5, at 12:30 in the Midland Improvement club hall, with Mrs. Chas. Brouwer presiding. Hostesses for the luncheon will be Mesdames Edward Goebel, Charles Brouwer and Kenneth Lampitt. Reporter - Marlene Corrigan, GR 8545.

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LIKE NEW. Kenmore automatic WALLER ROAD • • • \VB.sher, Sacrifice $100. U. B. Saving Mart, 12S03 Pacific. 1Sc25

Leveling, Back Fill, Clearing Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Ditching

Midland

Mam1i!'!g & Smhl'h GR 3930

Nursing Home 10816 Portland Ave. GR 5395 LICENSED NURSES ON DUTY 24-HOURS A DAY

FOUNDATIONS, additions, re_ modeling. Free estimates. Fin. ancing, no down payment. Phone HI 7000 anytime. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANEDContents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, HA 7334. If no answer call HA

A-1 INTERIOR PAINTING, Zelotoning & taping; free estimates; GR 8,162. 3ctf

,i\CE SEPTIC TANK SERVaCE Septiq Tanks Cleaned 0. 6\, ACKLEY GR 4.343 GR 7882

'EO.R.GE PURbLJE--Pltllnt1rng, :-leating. New .work. Remodel. rig, Rapaii:'s, Phone GR 4477.

3ctf FAST PHOTO SERVICE In at 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 Pacific Ave., GR 7271. 3ctf

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$6,250.00 COMPLETE CENTRIFUGALS $400.00 DOWN. 4 bedroom older Automotive Repaiin; @ TURBINES home in good repair, double Big Selection of plumbing, large living room, Parts &. AccessCJries separate dining room, kitchen \vired 220 utility room, go.1·agc, 2 lots. 502 East 26ih. Call ]{a!ph Airport & Merltiian Decker, HI 9579. Phone Pu y, 5-5344 $8,950.00 Rt. 1, !:lox 316 Tacomll Terms T!"ades BUILT 1946. Large living room, <e dinette, kitchen wired 220, New & Used Machinery good built-ins, 2 large bedrms, '57 FORDS & CHEVROLETS; SMALLEY with extra bedroom in base- wholesale prices. RAINIER TRACTOR River Rd. PUYALLUP 5·2105 ment, furnace, drive-in garage. MOTORS, 10410 Pacific Ave., Building in rear 20x30. GI or GR 4060 anythne, evenings, 3ctf 12ctf '.\undays. FHA, or owner will iake 24' house trailer as part of equity. 1956 FORD Customline $1,850. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. '5:1 OLDS 88 $1,950. '50 PONT. Bulldozing - Ditching $350. 1956 PONT., loaded, $2,TOP SOIL _ GRAVEL 800. Andflrson Chevron Service SEPTIC TANRS 2.nd 6311 McKinley Ave. Hi. 9579 176th & Pacific ·Ave. GR 6465. DRAIN FIELDS Member of Tacoma Real Estate 12c25 /?none Puyallup 5·2452 · Board 3-ctf WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel. FERN HILL DISTRICT - Comlevel buildings; ca:binet work, pletely remodeled 2-bedroom concrete work. Reasonable. home never lived jn since reIi' m GR 3550. MA 0'706. 3ctf modeled; 1 block from school; on bus line and sewer; hardv.rood floors; mahogany cup .. Clogged boards, doors and trim; tiled USED CARS bath; nice large laundry room, wired for automatic washer and 50 CHRYS. N.Y. HT. . .$495 Just Call U!! dryer; automatic furnace heat. 51 CAD. Cpe. De Ville .. $1070 Priced for quick sale. Call GR s~nitary 4468 or GR 4000. 9c25 49 MERC. Tudor ....... $295 Service · ··--46 FORD ............. $145 Homes In Parkland Commun. ities; Acreage close in, either 50 CHEV. Tudor ...... $395 with or without buildil;gs. CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & 46 CHRYSLER .......• $185 Bert Brown SUPPLY; ypu haul or we haul; 39 STUDE. . ........... $ 85 GR 7586. 3ctf 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days: GR 869!i iever>ings-VU 9221, HI 33i 5 LAWN MOWERS ~W\Wk&AMi@MAAiii&ki#k • £¥J Serviced! and Stored

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SMITH fi modeling, kitchen cabinets; we Lady for school sell glass; 16309. S. Park, Span_ WANTED away; GR 7949. 3etf dining room. Phone GR 7121 after 3:00 p.m.

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HOUSE MOVINC - Leveling, foundations; cement work; WANTED - Route salesman for free estimates. PR 2653. 3cti old established company; mar-

ried man, 24 to 45 years; car necessary; $90 a week plus expenses. Write Box 2008 Parkland. 5c27

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Prompf Service C. Y. Hutson H~

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SELL AVON COSMETICS, full or part time. Ideal for mothers of school age children. Home interview; call MA 5271. 5c25

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KITCHEN CABINETS, corner • Wanted To Buy 8 shelve;;, oook cases; birch, fir or knotty pine; built to your CASH for livestock of a11 kinds. specifications; get the best for Also want.en live cat.tle for mink less-my. prices are the lowest. foed. WA 6'197. EL.MER MACJ:S:HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, JN; MA :l'1G5. 8ctf GR 5514. 3ctl

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SEPTIC TANKS & WATE'.f1. LINES INSTALLED. Riley Brothers. Phone GR 4987 or GR 3204. 3cti'

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?OWER MOWERS sharpened and serviced; pick-up and de· livery; Baldwin & Son, 94'1 Tacoma Ave .• MA 3431. 3ctf ~--

ELECTRICAL CONTRAC'l'ING 11ile B Ser1·ice, Airport & 'Vickery Road; GR. 9938: 3ctf

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R.AY GOGAN Landscape Con· struction. Puyallup sandy loam top soil, new. lawns; nothing do,vn, 30 months to pa;y. GR 3127. 3ci.f

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Insuram:e of All Kinds Notai·y Public Est. in Parkland Since 19.U GR 8609 Office :rnz Garfield St., Parkhrnd "Deal with the people who give you thelr personal attention."

Mc MENA.MIN"S 26 ACRES CREEI:S: PROPERTY HOME, barn and outbuildings; 2 streams, GOOD FISHING FOR. THE CHILDREN; 4 acrEs d~ar· · ed, th'3 best of peat soil; a bar~ gair1 at, $7500. Call Barney Iv1cFadden. GrahaD1 7~'133'7, or Mick. MA G355. HI 3408. PUYALLUP BERRY FARM 5 ACRES approxirEat.s!y, all in berries; good 7 . . room hon1eJ }Zar .. age, outbuildings. lrrigat.ion systen1; truck. tractor, all nla~ chinery it take~; to run this f:JrnT; cva1s1~. is retiring; $18,000 Call Barney McFadden, Grah31'J 7-1337, or I\1ic!s:, I\lA. 6355) HI s4n3_ Tfi.lJC.Eil·JG BUSI.NESS 7 TBlJCKS~ nll In tin-t0n cn11rht.i•Jn; 2 .. yard t~uich 'J\Ta:v- Shovel; nffi\:c and 1iving quarters; ftO acres of top soil, g~·avel pit, sand and good peat soil. Outstanding business for years, DOCTOR'S ORDERS owm>r must ssll. Call Barney McFadden. Graham 7733'7, or Mick, MA 6355, HI 8403.

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Real Estate

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BRICK & BLOCK WORK; 1'ireplaces a specialty; GR 74.28 3<...'1.:f

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PIANO LESSONS - Classical a.nd modern. Heasonable rate. Call GR 4051 or GR 0420. 1'5ctf

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BRICK WORK House leveling. and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fireplace .and stone work, GR 4291. 3etf

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WELDING - All kinds general work. . trailers and tmilcr hitches. built to order; JOE'S WELDING.. Mt. Highway, mile towards the Mountain from ~oy "Y'', open evenings. GR 6534. 3ctf

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AUTO SA.LES

NICE 3 bedroom home on 1 1/{i acres, close in. Will sell FHA See this one.

2 BEDROOM on 1h aero on River Road. Some fruit and berries. 1 block from school. Electric heat.

820 South 138ih

FOR SALE - Enterprize No. 141 meat grinder; 200 miEk drink cups; 2 mink catch cages; GR 3084. 15c25

COP]; BROS., buyers af all kinds of poultry; 102 SouU1 72ncl St., HA 4406. 15ctf BABYE'uliNI~;uii.E,--;:;~~--~d used, for sale or rent; SMALL FH.Y EXCHANGE 1109 Market St., BR 9505.

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COZY COTTAGE, Spanaway: $65 BR 8311 .month; n~\v rB:nge. 1·pfrigerator: wind for dryer; block to bur;, stores, school; GR. 87.42. 10r25 BRAND NEW American made portable light weight sewing }1'0R RENT - 1 b"droom. house, machine with. 12 attachments, furnished: near PLC. bus end $.33; South Tacoma Sewing Maml'lrket; availab!.e March f;; GR. chine Center, 54,:14 South Ta54~5. Jnc25 coma Way. 15ctl BROI{EN A:utorr1nh1~f? gl2:;s Ttnd fire dssn8ge i!1 upholstery'? ----FOR, BENT - Tv:0 roorn furnish.,, F'OR SALE - 22-foot Columbia ~Sring your car and insurance ed apax-hT1ent.. Ava.ile_hlP: Ivh1rrb all metal house t;·ailer; priced to pDlcc0' direct to uA for quick adjus;tJnent. 25o/n Jisco·unt on 1. UtilitiPs induded EU 094'.';. sell. Call GR 4468 or GR 4000. 10c25 Park!a.Ed Centre B!d,;. 15c25 glat.iS. Seat CO\Ters und conve:i~ ihle tops instalJ,,d. .ART'S - - - - - ---------~FOR FEN'I' - Fartbr furnished GLASS & UPHOLSTER.Y, cottage, 2 roo1ns and bat.h; r:lec, 816 So. T'acmna Ave. MA 2200 BULLDOZING . DITCHING tdi- heat a11d ra!1gP. auto111abc 1.~"k~tf hcit: '.vatf'r; near ar!11y bases anrl GRAVEL • TOP SOIL· SEPTIC DRAIN FIELDS, PLC: Fl.TT 070;:;. 10c2S TAI\XS cl,::-:-n1;:::·~ 1750 9th St. $.W_, Puyallup 1

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Real Estatei 1250!.S Pacific Ave-- ~-------,----------nue.· 10c25 C>AT HAY for sale, 130 ton, IVIE:;. ,Tohn N. Kinne,y, Rt. 1, Box 220, @ Repair Service Eatonville. 15C2G

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On Friday evening, March 1, the Waller Road Grange will hold open house beginning at 8::30 o'clock. On this occasion, Waller Road is celebrating its 12th birthday. During the social hour a large birthday cake will be shared with all guests. Lecturer Betty Howard has made anangements for the audience to enjoy an attractive program, which will include the showing of colored slides taken by Henry DeMeerleer of the !JeauWul scenery found on the 'two-weeks hike around Wonderland Trail by the De!Vieerleers and the Lee Hogans last season. 4-H Girls The Waller Road 4-H Girls m0t wilh the assistant leader, M1·s. William Hager. Brownies made by the "Let's Cook" group' wc1·e judged by all. The Meal Preparation contest was discussed, also the coming Hally Day tor ail 4-H. clubs in the country. lvlrs. J::Iager served relresh• ruenls; 1'he next mee-c,111g \Vlll be 1v1a..:.Tn 2 at the hon1e of the l<..:auct, }vi.rs. NLyers Wheeler. 4~.d b1rls are sponsoring a bake sale Saturday at the A-A Marl-mt at Lake\vood. ILassi<es ld1s. Gilbert Carlson's ..."..,,:;aller Road Lassies are busy V\tith a lJC-i)Cr cirive; YL.agazines are es ... pee:iaJly \Yanted. Fo:c pie:k~up or infjrrl'o.atioI1, c:all HA 7723. NB~.K Arrivnls lvfr. and Mrs. Robert Lasham of Som Diego are proud parents of a daughter, Cheryl Lynn, born Jan. 30. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. V>T. Lasham; "Grandma" Lasham has been in California' for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood (Helene VasiclmJ of Rt. 1, Eatonville, welcome a new son, Willis Duane Jr., Feb. 10. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vasicko of 72nd and Vickery·and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wood of Graham. On .Ski Tea..'11

and their families. Present for the affafr were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson, Grayland; Mr. and .Mrs. Eino Johnson, Bµckley; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Talik, Tacoma; ('Conunued · on Page 5)

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furnish motherly care for 14, WILL youi· child in nice home; - GR. FOR SA'tE - ')ii acre with creek, 15c25 guest house, patio with fire- RESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants 6025. place.· Bay, mountain view, fruit baby sitting and house cleaning; FOR SALE - Siegler heaters trees, berries, landscaped yard. call GR 4866 afte1· 3:30 p.m. at Pnrkland Fuel Oil Service; Six year home with basement. Hctf GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Could be used as apartment). 15cti Two fireplaces, double plumb- FOR expert tree pruning ar.d ing. Close to bus, school, shop- shrubbery trimming, call GR FOR Sl-i.LE - 14'.x70" vvide beam ping and Titlow pool. FHA ap~ 5751. 14c25 bonts $275 unpai~1ted; \\~ork praised $17,500. Owner. SK 2902 guarantee-cl; Banlai:i. _Boat Co., 9c25 HlGH SCHOOL GIRL wants baby 31th & Waller Rel. 15ctf sitting, GR 8201. 14p25 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - USED SINGER light weight portWOMAN will baby sit your home able $28; South 'racom_a Scvving nights, 50c per hour. My home, FOR RENT - Furnished apart- 35c per hour. Have own trans- Machine Center, 5444 South Ta15ctf ment.; references required; 126 portation; HA 7987. l4c25 coma Vfay. East Violet Meadow, GR 0569. LOCAL HAY - haled; thick bt(tt 10ctf LICENSED MOTHER with luLs of roofing, rock vrool, hnrb \\'i1~e; experience \.Van.ts child care; CH 8018. '15c26 BEST FOOD Private rooms homo fully equipped, gcod food; and boai-d fot· welfare and clays and nights in my home; :NECCHI sevv·ing rnachinc reneedy people; Eatonville hotel, HI 65·10. 14c27 turned; you take over balance Eatonville, Wash. phone 2-4656 of $Z:i5; South Taco1na Sev,ring 10p28 Mnchino· Center, 5444 South Tacoma Way. 15ctf FOR LEASE with option to buy; NEW SELECTION of goo<l u.sed in Parkland; 1-bedroom home bedroom sets $75 complete; new wi.th range, refrigerator; large maples at $149; new and used yard; $50 per month. Phone 6-ycar cribs $1::\.95 and up LOgan 6789, Seattle, eve. 10c25 complete;. 3 and 4-drawer chests 1:Jc2'.5 $5.95 and up; davenos ond davFOR RENT New 2-bedroom LEAVE FILM at Qua)ity Photo enport sets $29 and up. completely furnished home; ~;, Service for developing. In at SPECIAL on electric stove and block from bus, school, shop10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. b·a8h burner co1nbination ping; GR 6940. 10p25 15ctf $59.95; portable sewing machine $31.!JS; bicyc.l"s and triFOR RENT -- :>-room furnished AUTOCRAFT anartmen L near McChord and cyc.Jes t.o clear!! Gh1ss\\·are Fo1·t Lewis; utility room, gar- dishe,;, small applianceti, all I N-C-E 'S prjccd rensonable. Con1e in, age; $57 month includes lights AUTOCRA!FT SHOP and watct·; GR. 4221. 10c25 look over stock; you're wclco1ne. 10822 Pacific Hiway s:w. ROSUE'S lflffiNITURE Open Every Day LA 9939 FOR RENT Practically new STALL REI'\i'T? tf.. 75 Pr:1 Ii'four side duplex. 1-bedroom apart- West of 123rd & Pacific Ave. GR 8187 ment. New furnishings. 25-ft. 231 Gadielrl St.. OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9:00 AH.E YCJU UNI-IAPPi: abou:~ the living dining area. Automatic last oil price increcst-: ': Let ns furnace and washer. Tile bath 19 SAWDUST pro·ve to you tha.t "ve can save with tuh and shower. C!oso t.o ~-·n1 $$S$$ if you live v1ithin t\vo McChord end PLC. Adulb. No 9 SHAVINGS 1niles of our bulk r1lant. Don't pet.s. See n1aJ1a_ger, 51t> S. 1:59th 8 UPLAND SlLAB \veck d8ys Aff.c1· S. Anyt,itne ~elay, ~;ill today( 8~'T3, J_,apc::noL..1 s 1-Iorri_e of ~__,lean (>iJs, Saturday and Sunday; GR 0'137. G. ANDERSON 9920 Pacific Ave. 15ctf 10c25

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son Jon arrived in Tacoma Feb, 16 from Anchorage, Alaska, to spend several months with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Ferch of Vickery road. Golden Wedding· Mr. and Mrs. James Rooney, long-time residents, of Waller road m:ea, were feted by relatives and close friends in their home on East 72nd street Saturday, Feb. 9, the occasion being the 50th anniversary of the couple. They were married Feb. 12 ,1907, in All Saints Catholic church, Puyallup. Guests were served refreshments from a lace covered table centered with a beautifully decorated wedding cake. Assisting their parents in entertaining were the nine children

Visitors Mrs. Ronald Ferch and small

Legal PETERS & TRACY Attorneys 11222 Pacific Ave., Tacoma In the Superio,- Court of the Staie of Washington fm· the County of Piee.·ce. No. 6290:! NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter 0£ the Estate of MARY S. STEELE, Deceased. Notice is hebey given that the un dcrsigned has been appointed and has qualified as administratrix of the ahove entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased arc hereby required to serve the same, duly verffied, on said administratrix or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the so.rne \vit.h t.ho Clerk of said Court, together with proof· of such service, 1.vithin six months nftcr the date of first publication of this notice or the same wi.ll be barr"dDate of first publication Febntary 28, 1957. LOTS SMITH Ji~chninislr<itrix of said Estate 11222 Pacific Avenue. Ji. L. PETERS PETERS AND TR.ACY .. Attorneys for. Estate 11222 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 44., VVashingt.on Published in t.he T"nL's--Joun1al J~"-.b. 28; I\d:arch ?, 1.;J, 1057.

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Final H~port and Petit.ion for Distribution, asking the Court to ssttie said r2nort, distribute the property to t11e persons thereto e1.TtiHed and t,o discharge sa.id FRAl'!I~ EVANCICH and that sa.id l~sr;crt and netition ,~,ill bs h'?»"1rd .;n the 25th da.y of f11iarch, 19:57 at :J:00 ,,A_JvI., at the c:ourt cDom nf the Probate DepaYtment of sald C'JUit .3_t \Vhich tiIT1a and rJace c1ny person interested in s3 id est a. t-e i11ay appear and file olJjections i~1ercto and contest the sa1ne. Dated thi& 19fr_ day of ]'i'ebrui~ry1 1f157. · ROBERT L DYKEMAN Clsrl~ ef said Court Ey Roy Goel~er, :Qsputy Sn1ith Box 114, Eatonville. Vlii, Publi:!}1ed in the Ti111es-Jour11al 15c25' Feb. 28; March 7, 14, 1957. 1

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{Continued From Pa!te 4) Mr, and Mrs. Sixten Larson and Janna and Gary, °'iValler ,:roa,d; Mr. and Mrs. John Manley .and Annette and Ivielvin, Lakebay; Mr. and Mrs. ,lim Rooney, Ta• coma; . 1Yfr. atld Mri Pat;-ick Greg, Milton; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rooney and. Pati·icia, Mich:iely11, Richard mid Timothy, Milton, and George Rooney of the home. A grandson, Tofu Rooney Jr., stationed in Japan with the Air Force, sent greetings. Mrs. .Rooney's brothers, Bill and John l•llosalf of Puyallup, \Vere als~ prese~t, as \ve:re an ..

other brother, George Mosolf of Woodland,, and a netihew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Mosolf of Tacoma. Mr. Rooney's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rooney, were also present. OthEir close friends sh:;ired the day's acti."ities with the Rooneys and extended congrah1lati9ns. Reporter - Mrs. Verne Fogle, GR 5210. If you learn one thing a day, you will know 356 new things by the end of. a year.

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(Continued frottf Page i) lnent club has aided club members with State 4-H Camp experises. Youfiger dubs now making a name for themselves in this Midland. 4~H mind0d com~ munity nre the Midland 4-H Cloverbuds, the Midland 4-H CJoveret.tes,

the

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4,H club and the Midland Dairymen Dare Devils. All these clubs are planning a 4-H booth at the school carnival soon to be held. The Busy Fingers have · made favors and donated candy and giks · at different 'holidays for children at· St. Ann's Orpbanar;e, the Dairymen . Dare Devils are planning ·on entertaining the children at the. Indian Hospital a;,ci. 'm[lking ceramic gifts for women at .the Lutheran Home in Puyallup, the Cloverbuds . and Cloverettes ha Ve ente1't.ained the old folks at the Midland Home and, <;>ver the i:iast seven years, the Clover Club has sponsored teen-age danc«s, donated CARE ,aided a family who had l:iurned out, donated articl.es for carnivals and served in booths a;.,d at dinners for the Orthopedic Guild, Cerebral Palsy Association, church events and presented programs at P-TA and

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Hi-Booster meetings. program . that challenges,.· l:iJ.Elrh~ Some of the other clubs in the hers. to . do . their part . in dulj> vicinity are the Biisy Bea'{ers events. They gr<;W in initiative, 4-H club who hiwe put up signs leadership and citizenship as showing where the county book• they share with others the imme bile stops, givE;n phono, portant skills o.nd ideas .·they graph records to an invalid boy, gain in 4-H. You will find that and are participating in the 4-H helps your youngste!'s as Collins Grange open meeting they take part in county, .state Feb. 28; the 'thrift 4,H club ·~·ho and national activities such as have sponsored many teen-age to\.lrs, camps, ... fairs, . picnics, dances and put on a community rallies, achievement days. One fair, thEJ three J>lol·th Hill 4-H of these events coming up soon dub 0 Edgewood 4~H club, for all 4-H'ers in Pierce County North Hill 4-H club and the is the Annual Rally Day, which Edgewood, Sr. 4.-H c]ub -.., who. usually · has about 600 4.-H nre putting on a potluck ban- members participating. This qnet for their parents and ycm"s Rally Day is being planned friends during 4-H vi'e<O'k at the for Saturday, April 6, at the Edgev:ocd Grange hall; the; Fife Tacoma Naval Station. The Navy 4-H club who have given clothes personnel wiil be hosts· for the to a girl at Rainier School and day and will conc!uct tours of a put on two parties at St. Joseph's carrier and other points Qf. inHospital; the. Spo.na~park ~-H terest, and. serve the group chow club who are currently furmsh- a~oard ship. A. short program ing staples monthly to a deserv- will be held after lunch when ing family; three Waller Road th~ Pierce Count.y Junior Fair 4-H clubs who have served and Queen fo~ l957 Will be announr help.e. d.. at the Waller · .Ro.·ad ·. ed. Last J s:>ear · · . . cRal.ly · · · Day··· 1 · • washed o·Iympia ·· • · Grange events and the Park- at tie tat~ · a pi to in land Sip 'n Sew 4-H. club who on St._ Patrick's Day when qur have served at Kiwanis and· own Midlal1d 4 -H Clover memgave a program for the P-TA. b.er your repol'.ter, Marlene CorThese are just a few examples rigan, was· Pronounced 1 956 of what 4-H is accomplishing. Queen and was present'"d o. bou4-H is a character-building quet of American .Beauty Roses

by. the •theri head Clf •tii:e st~te, (l.o\i,;;mor, Afthlu· La.*~lie. +H EJ,nd th'" .¥ic!lahd. . ci:rtnfilutiit}' w,ere weU advertised w}ief1 Marle~e and her coifrt aJ)P~a'['ed at many meetings of civic orga~izations and. through newspspets, radio 8.hd TV. . . . . . . .· 4-H is a wondorful· organiMtion for young foll' fr6fu the ao-es of io through 21. A grand recd!'d was achieved nationally last year with 90,000 4;.H · c'1tlbs, consisting of two million metnbers and 3,563 1000 .projects complcted, and today neat•ly 40 <;>ther countries have similar organizations. Pierce County offors 45 different projects from ·everything concerning Home Eeonomics and A~riculture to photog-raphy, Junior leadership, recreation and money manage• ment. These members lea~1: .by doing and are always str1v1r1,g to live up to their .Nationa:I motto, "To Mal,e The B~st Better." . A.ny b. oy.s a.n. d.. . gi.·ls · . ·. int.eres.ted · · r wishing to become 4-H mefubers Qr parents or adults who. would like to become . 4-fl: .leaders should contact the County Extension Office in the Court House, MArket 7121, and ask fot an Extension AgeRt who. will

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giye ~11 'lllie i¢ollll!J.a~io~ meed~d Thursday~ Febrµary ~s, i9~7 ~~ke ~ to £oi"ftl a +~ cl\ili). Tl:teY have . The TilYIES~JOURNAL aVl).ilabie .all the latest information ffOrii. . res.efrrch <;>n. better holding their a1mu~f . ::~~it~?,s Pl'E!ctkes in farmi11g, hotnel:l'.lak.~ ALONG and Jeahs" danc.e•. if y!)(i;,have ing .ari4 commlmicy. livin11;. Start . ever been to ~ Larietti! dance you!' youngster out, early with you'll know ~OU can't it,\ijji thi~ the oppQrtunity of daing sotheWith one. If you haveb.'t, ~rill? your thir\g wo~th;vhile with 4-H and best gal ahd co111e on out an,!.\ Larry you wil.1 be contributing to the join the f\.ln. ):' ou'll s~ \vhat we well"rounded.career of ourfuture Kirkwood mEmn. Dancing is fro:tn 9:30 P·ttt· leading citizens... They will weltq 1:30 a.in. · · · come . the chance . to .attend The. 'l\tcoma LaiiettEis, ~s yQu ~"'"= county and state ca.mps and to Feel Jike dancing this week- lmcny, represent Tacoll;a thforightake part in the National 4-H end to the music of a real good out the. sta,te. \tjth .thllir unique programs. wh.ich provide . couttty oi·chestra-'-a real lively crowd? fluoresct'lnt drill, the only. QI:uoi of thedals, state a...,,ards, scholar- Sure you. do! The place to go is its kinP, in tli.e n9tth~st, 'fhey ships, and trips to th~ National Sun~hine Hali at Yakima and ar11 to use the m9nef from .this 4-H Club Congress in . Chicago Sales · Road this Saturday· night dance to h('llP with. the e11P,ense· and the National 4-H Club Camp where. the Tacoma Lari~ttes are of some additio.nal blacit lijihts. in. Washington, D.C. 4-H is far. bigger than just teaching boys .... :. . . • and giHs to sew, cook, raise liveINCQME . st9cl!\ an\! g_a.¥de:r;s. ·!1;. is ~ pro• SERVICE· gram to. tr§ltn b<')ys an,d: girls to H : ,- . 1,lS\l their heap,~, their hearts, lla~qllllrteN ~t, their. h1;1ncls, and. ~hllir healtli..ro,r bettel'. Jiying for their homes, . . .. .••.. . ·.· . Q . . . · .. · ... · . d.· .·.· .... ·.·. ·.. commt1n1t1es 1;1n count:ry. · ··· · · · ·· · ·

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February 28, T957" .VFW will present an American flag and a church flag to the

The TIMES-JOURNAL

R0dger Lunde Post

Graduates In Florida ·'. Pensacola, Fla

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Spanaway Methodist church SunBenston Grange hall will be day, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. th A th N ff p t d e scene of a teen-age . dance Saturday evening, March 2, 8:00 .... · . . ....• . sent the flags to the Rev. R. p.m. till 12:00, under adult supParadise Bowl, popular bowlSnowden during the morning ervision. The purpose is to en- ing lanes At 108th and Pacific church services. A general invi- tertain the young people and also. avenue, will be closed next t a,1on " · exten . d e d t h e pubhc · to t o h elp fmance · · 15 a Little League week to ·;install the automatic · b ascb all team. Donations are · 35c pin .·.s..ettin·.. g equi.Pm a tt en d th'ls presentat10n. . ent ordered . - · - · .. , The regular meetmg of the ~er person or 3~ cents for a severl'll. months ago and fust auxiliary has been changed to ouple. Th.ere will be record now available. The improvement . . player music. v•ill be· ··m·u· c· h a · t d b th March 4 due to the Third District " ... pprecia e Y e meeting being scheduled for the • ~ regular meeting night. President Neff asks that all members be present at 8:00 p.m. and a great deal of business will be trans·on acted, including the election of new officers.

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From Wasilla a 54-mile trip over a road open only a few short mo,nths a year, will tiring you to Willow. Leave your .trailer at VvasiHa as this road is as rough as any you encountered on the Alcan. Climbing up and over the Talkeetna mountains, it will· literally take you through the clouds, past such once famous mines as the Lucky Strike, Independence, Highgrade, and Gold Chord, now abc.ndoned, VVillow is a very small community on the railroad with very little to offer except good fishing, but the trip over will take you through some magnificent scenic country that on a clear day will stir the camera fan into a frenzy. With only one eating establishment on this entire road the ,provisions you brought with you will come in handy. Stock up before you leave the States at the

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Playoff Set for March 4 Pacific Lutheran's m i g ht y Gladiators will attempt to prove that their hst 80-63 win · over the National AAU champion Buchan Bakers was no fluke as the Lutes host the powerful Seattle squad tomorrow (Friday) night at the PLC field house. The recent scheduled tilt (the game VlaS arranged only y\~ithin the last three weeks) will be of much interest to PLC fans and other rabid basketball fans as the Bakers handed the Lutes their only loss ~f the year . . . this at the TAC tourney early in the season 87-75. Friday's game will be the deciding contest of the two team series. Win Conference Meanwhile PLC is resting after compiling the first unbeaten cage season against collegiate teams in the school's history. The Lutes rolled to 12 straight wins in the Evergreen Conference to re pl" at as loop winners, and added 11 other wins in nonleague play for a season mark of 22-0 against college opposition. Also in the thoughts of Coach Marv Harshman and his sque.d is the NAIA playoff which at this time (Feb. 25) was still undecided. PLC has won one berth in the crucial playoff and the other will be the host squad when decided. Gonzaga of Spokane will probably get the other nod. The winner will then go on to Kansas City for the small college national tourney. If the other squad is Gonzaga the meet will be held at Spokane March 4-6. The National event will be held March 11-16. Same Starters Against Buchans Harshman will probably start Nick Kelderman at ce1iter, Jim VanBeek and Chuck Curtis at forwards and Roger Iverson and Jack Sinderson at guards. Expected to see much action for the Bakers are , . Charles hoon, Dean Parsons, R. C. Owens and other former Collegiate stars. Last week the Lutes finished their regular season with a 69GO win over Central as Curtis and Iverson again paced the scoring. Curtis, the Lutes' lead.ing point getter, and Iverson each hit 18 counters. VimBeek Iiad 13 and Sinderson added 10.

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TOP TRANSFERS--·Pacific Lutheran's top reserve power includes Tom Sahli (No. 15) aml Bob Roiko . • • both trnnsfem to the P.url:Jn:nU_ school. Roth boys have been instrumen~al in_ the,_ Lutes~ unbeaten reccm:l against college squads .this season. Shali is from Couiwville high on WhiJby Island and l'f.oiko is from Hoquiam. Photo by McKewen.

FrankUn Pierce Loses Final; District Tourney Slaris Friday Franklin PieTce's . Cardinals ended their 1956-57 season last Friday night losing to Puyallup 41-36 in a thriller while Highline, Kent-Meridian and Renton qualified for the West Central District A tourney playoff. The Cards led most of the way until the final two minutes when the Vikings. hit seven straight free throws for the revenge win. Each squad hit 12 field goals, but ·Puyallup tallied five from free throws. · Cards Ahead Franklin Pierce held a 10-8 first frame edge, 2.2-19 halftime spread and 30-27 at the third frame stop. Gary Moore netted 11 points to lead the Cards with Ron Hovey next with 8. Dick Groom and Jerry Hoxsey added

Barlo\Yra Theno d ladies Geneva Bar 1 ow (Parkland Pharmacy) rolled a 202 to take top honors in the singles of the Women's Rolling Bee Bowling foop this week and Virginia Theno (Bryan's Apparel) grab" bed high series with a 474. Six ladies picked up splits during the day's action including Esther Sparling (P2.rkland Pharmacy), Betty Smith (Puget Sound Nursery) Mary Fink (Carlson Bros.), Inez McCmmack (Bazaar of Originals), Vi Mikkeisen (Park Ave. Shoes) and Ruby Hopkins (Bryan's Apparel). In team standings Carlson Brnthers held on to their slight lC>ad with a 15-5 mark followed clesely by H. & W. Wiring 14-6. State Savings and Loan, Parkland Pharmacy, Rucker Brothers, Bryan's Apparel, Bctzaar of Originals; Park Ave. Shoes, Lincoln Fumiture and Puget Sound Nursery foilow in that order.

Bethel high scho.ol cr.ge:rs and fans knew what dissapointment was ]jke after the Braves dropped a thrilling 57-56 final loop tilt to rival Eatonville last week which i·obbed them of a share of the West Central crown and a chance for a berth in the District A playoff. The Cruisers, who finished in a tie with Peninsula for the loop title with 11-3 marks, were to meet the winner of Shore]jne and Evergreen for a spot in the District playoff tomorrow night. In the last week's thriller, which left Bethel in third place, Eatonville held a 35-31 halftime lead but the Braves took over in the third and held a 45-41 edge with eight minutes left. With the. lead changing hands during the final moments Gary On WSC Team Predmore hit a basket to push Thorne Tibbitts, former Bethel Eatonville into a 57 -54 lead. high school student, will comDave Leigh followed with a lay- pete on the Washington State· in for Bethel but it was too late. Cal Christop lead Bethel with 18 points followed by Kirk Bardwell with 12. Franklin and Barnett paced Eatonville with 17 and 12 respectively. WEST CENTRAL Final Standings W L Eatonville . . . . . . . . . . . 11 3 Peninsula .. : .... : . . . . 11 3 Bethel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4 Orting .. .. . .. . .. . .. . 8 6 Yelm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 Fife . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 8 Vashon . . . . . . . . . . . . • . 2 12 FARM FRESH White River .... , , . • . 1 12 HOMOGENIZED AND

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To the PLC followers, this should pro've that the Lutes are the best team (if they are) and to the diehards it will prove that the last win over the National AA U champs was no fluke upset. Besides giving the Lutes good experience for their soon-coming NAIA playoff, deciding the rubber game of the two squads' series and making fo1· some top brand basketlmll . . . the game should also help the PLC athletic finances. It should be a sell out ... Gl<JT THERE EARL y • .

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Dennrn Hay, 6-2 .JU!110r forward from Ken~-Mer1'dian, won the Puget Sound League cage scoring race with 15.60 per game. He narrowly edged out John Merritt, Renton, who tallied 15.56 per game. Dave Morely, Clover Park, was third with an even 15 per average. Dick Groom, Jerry Hmcsey, Ron Hovey and Gary Moore were among the tou 30. Brnce Alexander, who played in only 6 game.i, was also among the top 30 as far as points-per-game are concerned. ·

6 and Bruce Alexander 5. ~ Meanwhile Sumner was upsetting Enumclaw which elimA local athlete . . . Thorne Tibbitts, son of Mr. inated them from the tourney and Mrs. Thorn Tibbitts . Spanaway, will take part spot. Highline drubbed Aubui·n in a dual gymnastic meet at the University of Wash64-45 and Kent-Meridian ;vhipington Friday night. Tibbitts is a member of the ped Renton 52-46. Washington State College squad. Tourney Friday He will compete in several events. Tibbitts is a Tcmorrow night Highline hosts one round of the West Central Bethel high graduate. District, Renton will play at · Good Luck to ... Marv Tommervik ... two-time West Bremerton, and KentMeridian will play at Bellevue. Little All-American halfback at PLC and later coach Clover Park is the site of the at Luteville and now owner of a business in Parkland. other section of the tourney. lVIani was named as one of the 11 nominees in The final and semi-finals, March the Tacoma Pierce County sports "Hall of Fame" 8-9, will b" played at Renton. which w)ll be decided tonight. The banquet, which FINAL STANDINGS will be at the Tacoma Athletic Club. will feature (League) (Season) former All-American Tom Harmon as main speaker.

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FHU: DISTRICT YOUR NEW FIRE STATION IS A BIG ASSET TO YOUR AREA. We are very happy to have been selected as the General Contractor fo1• the construction of this new Fire Station.

chiefs; Frank Kaiser, captain; Ken Hoff and Bert Parrot, lieutenants. Pierce County Fire Protection District No. 9 covers an area of 36 square miles, from Tacoma city limits, along Pioneer way to Puyallup city limits, south as far as Military road and Vickery road. The present roster of volunteer firemen numbers 36, all experienced hard working men who give their time without pay to protect the lives and property of residents of the area. In addition to controlling fires these men are frequently called to assist in. a wide range of accidents and emergencies and in the past have saved a number of lives. The ad'.!;~ion or the new building, plus the acquisition of two fine modern trucks, is most gratifying to the firemen - it means that their work will be even more effective in the future than in the past. It boosts their morale to have these better tools for their volunteer job and they all join in nrging the public to drop in Snnday and visit with them long enough to learn, first first hand, how a volunteer fire station operates.

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journey to Seattle Tuesday to appear on the Cook Book Qui7. Members of the Elk Plain Vol- at 3:00 p. m. over KOMO TV unteer Firemen's Auxiliary will (Channel 4). Bethel P-TA Bethel Hi P-TA will meet this (Thursday) evening for a Fath-

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son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harkness, is recovering from scarlet feve1· and rheumatic fever. His first day out was Feb. 22. We all wish him a quick recovery. Card Party Elk Plain P-TA will hold a card party Saturday evening, March 2, at the Elk Plain school. Pinochle, 500 and canasta will be played, with prizes and refreshments. The public is invited. Grange Meeting Elk Plain Grangers-This is meeting night, also lecture night, so come out for the meeting and an enjoyable evening. Reporter- Mrs. Ted Otterstad, GRanit.c 7658.

crs1 Nitc program, the n~cn ing over their wivc's offices and Ross Plu1nb vvere hosteses for also the serving of refreshn1ents. a shower fc.r Mrs. Ossie Olson of Annual YWCA Mwt Tule Laka roz. d Sunday e\.. ening, The annual YWCA meeting Feb. 24. Many gifts were rsceived. EnjCJyiag the evening of

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was held Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Tacoma YWCA. Mrs. Betty Danielson, advisor of the Bethel Y-Teens, accompanied the Bethel girls. A delicious dinner was served. Shower takMrs. Jerry Shannon and Mrs.

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The Nisqually Canyon Rock l b . · c.u met with a good attcndance .Jim Lansberry was taken i'.1 as a new member. An invitation was read and accepted from tho Morton Rockologists to· a dinner at Morton on March 10. Plans will be made for the Rock ~how to be held at Morton later m the year. Joe and Holen Kearney informed the club of a field trip to tho Frazier River area in April. Any member wishing to go can make arrange·· .rr:ents with them. Jim Lansberry d'.splayed several interesLing pieces from The Dalles area. Reporter - J. W. Gilbert.

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The Columbia Crest basketball team defeated the Glenoma team in two games in the Columbia Crest gym Thursday afternoon, Feb. 21. Bad Roads With icy roads too hazardous for school buses to run Columbia Crest school was cl~sed Feb. 20 and pupils who attend Eatonville high school also missed a day of school. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser spent several days with their daughter and her family in Raymond. Mrs. Guilia Ceccanti entertained at dinner at her home last Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Doris Montague, Ethel Taylor, Jessie Fitzer and Mae Kirkpatrick. Sick List Mrs. Ida Gaut, who undei;.went major surgery at the Morton hospital two weeks ago, was brought home Feb. 22. William Maze, who was taken to Pierce County hospital two weeks ago, is reported gaining rapidly. In the same ward is Fred Duke of Alder. As they have known each other for .ove<. 50 years, and both belong to the Elbe I. 0. 0. F. and the Elbe Grange, it has been real medicine to both of them to be side by side at the hospital. Mrs. A. L. Reber writes that she is able to walk about to some extent in her apartment and it seems very good to get about without crutches. Reporter Pearl E. Engel, Elbe.

Boy Scout Troop 34, Spana· way, will be out in force to gather old pop bottles from the area; proceeds from their sale will be used to buy needed camping and troop equipment. The boys will also gladly accept a!ly old uniforms that people may have no further need for-any items, such s's shirts, pants, hats, numerals, various patches, etc. . Summer camp is not far off and any contribution will help thdc Scout.s .

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