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Pn..tTni \· lri Lind0trorn 1 Chnrles 1vfr:Si.Yrdn, Tl tc ,vV •• ,illc -· . t -, ' - - ~~a f·rty · ,;·ol'do11 '" -- ·-· he.ad- t..ichool 1-H\Ue, ii.a Ten -uzunncl~ Patrol is con1prised of 36 mem.. ?on, Allan Ii\1sy 1 Laurel V·/heeler, Li:r~~ · this •yenr 'This is nn increase of '.::ix n·ir-rnlkr:; c~n:T thF lD:~t . . . schoo). yefir. 1\.n elect:icn of of:fic.:_~rs \Vrts held

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enrlicr ln the ye-ar und .Lind.a 1Jng. Pdnson wn selected captain of Fourt11 grade members n'rn Ar·ihc:: ri:trol. Tvlo_ }icutenants \YE~re lr·ne Su·anson, 1farc l\:ieininger 1 "l'o ,.,.t··d Pl11·11-p ,J ''ancl!'o-,·,·1 an·' -1,·Jai·n~ .-•oll'n'-'10 ·-· -r. "l·'nn'i· '" ··' •.. cJ.~ · .'- • - u ~ v "-' J ~. Jx;.. 1 \ 1 i. 1=> :...1. L ...:;:_.

Melvin Lindstrom. Mr. l\faxweli is u~~b.'in Scr; . ing.a:J t.he patrol advisnr. . _ 'fhe memb2rs of thE> patrol ari; chosen from the 4th, 5th and G\:h grade studcmts. They are ns fa.Ilow": Rodney Spitler, Philip Smulford, Thomas 'I'hargre, Lloyd McSwain, RaymQnd William, Frank Weston, Geor e Smith . , . . . _ g . ' David Sp12nng, Don Jezek, Lmda Peterson.

,foan Ifond ntul Murcia Mflcb:-y. The parents and teachers of \Vi:tller Road ,. . . are extrerncoly .proud ot the. fme JOb the~e p~ople ~re doing in snfeguardmg our students. Blue lfatls Th I J 0 11 Bl B' d e .Iappy Y . ue - ir _ t-roop with Mrs. Le~ Hogan as leader \Vere entcrt.::11ned at tho h . .f M W A S ome o rs. . . _ . ':nnson, Nov. 12, the occas10n bemg the JoAnn Et•ickson, Suzanna bil'.thday of Arlene Swanson, Qunell, Ifaren Goettling, Robin member of the troop. The girls enjoyed games throughout the afternoon and yvere served re' freshments by Mrs. Swanson. Guests sharing the happy event were Patty Agnew, Patty Ellis, Wfekly ])forgery Gould, Jeannie ·. Hand, Garbage CoHect~ons Marie Ilite, Rhea Hogan, Virginia Phone LE 7-8688 Hughes, Marcia Mackay, Eliza-

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l \1roi1y Court will discuss "Tiny Tobi F1·on1 1\roEri'd the V{or1d" in the Prco:chool section. The title of the Elerncntary Section is "Savojr-fairc \Vith Our lntcrnntional l'leigh1Jor::.". nit's IIigh Tirne 'I'o lCno\:1.." Our NeighborS", with a pnnd ol' Gxchange sl.udeffls from Stndium, will be the Jun[orSenior high section progn11n. i:rhere ;;,rill be a supervised nursery for children over t\VO. .Adjournment is ~,t 2:00 p.m. Eve·:ryone is \velcotne. P:resclan.~l Central Avenue Preschool will meet at the home of n1h·s. Stanley Ratcliff, l.0911 East Grant, Tuesday, Dec. 3, at .12:30. B1·ing n sack lunch; the hostesses ·will. sel've dessert and coffee. Orthopedic The Elmel' G. C8.l'lson Orthopedic Guild wiil meet at the home of Mrs. Norrrian D. Johnson, 1°'105 Waller road, for the regular monthly meeting Monday, Dec. 2. Home from Europe Mrs. Minnie Cln·iste.n, mother of Mrs. Norman Johnson, hns just )'etumed from a five-month trip·· to Sw iLzerland where she visited old friends and rdativcs. She el.so visited bee grandson, llichard Joh11son \Vho is st;;;:Lion~

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Main ord<:'r o.f business at the hst meeting of I.he Spanaway \Tolnnteer Firen10n's A~xillary executive board at the fire hall invoivccl conwletion of plans for the Nov. 30 benefit dunce at the Elk Plain Grnnge. Present were Mesdames Jack I-Ienricksen) George Stephenson, Ed\vard Lars-on, lfarry White, Edward Flannery, Emerson Tarp.enning, 0. Omat, Robert McCullough, Beulah Ballard and Matilda Symmons. Monday Meeting The Spnnaw~y Volunteer Firemen and Auxiliary will meet Monday, Dec. 2, at 8:00 p.m. at the fire hall. A Christmas party and gift exchange is planned by the Anxiliary; Highlight of the evening will be election of officers. Hostesses will be Mesdr.mcc, Raymond Corbett, Joe Bombardi, Martin Gibbons, Edward Flannery, and Merle Handy Jr. . Rccovermg Mrs. Amy ·wormald is now at home and everyone is glad to Ieam that the operation on her eye \Vas a success. Glad that Mrs. Bob Miller is back to ·work at Spanaway 5 & 10 after her bout with the flu. "Get well" ·wishes to Mrs. Emily Ball, also recovering from flu. Mrs. Don McLellan has been ill at home; "get well" wishes from everyone. "' • dl Y.. ·Dozen J.' r1en .. ·· . . The . Fnendly Dozen Birthday cluh w~llmeet Tl~ursd~?'" 5, Mrs. Charles Throsselof Roy for thi'i'· Chl'.isturn,s party .a.nd gilt cxchnnge. Ci:immunity Club The Smmaway Progrt,ssive Communit~ club will meet Tuesday, Dec. 3, ai 8:00 p'.m. in the Community hall, Reporter Mrs. Oliver Omat, LE 7-6466.

.Master, Ed. Pmduc; overseer, }I.11Tv Ili11er; Jecturer. 1.Vfi;s. TI.oss lCla;:al Heindsclman: steward, LoreJt . Irish; assistar1,t ste\c;ard, Ross Hcindselmun; chaplairi, Mrs. Jhl'i'y ·(Dorothy) Hiller; treasurer Norman Ndsqn; secretary, M;·s. Norm:ui ICk>o) Nelsen; gatokeeperj fred Gleis~e1·; · Cei·es, Mrs. Phil. i lfannah) Lmson; ·Pomorta, Mrs. l~d. (Vera) Noweb; Flom, Mrs. Lyk I.Birdie) Pal'l,cr; hdy assistant. steward, Mrs. Hm;ley (Esther) I-IornbucldP; executive committee for three-year term; Lyle Parker,; home economics chairnian, "'·· Mrs. Cliff (Louise) riousekeeper. Tommv Crostm1 will be pianie<t nnd R. S. Bixby. is Grange• insurance agent. All officers will be installet! at the countv-wide installation of Grange officers Dec. 27, 8:30 p. m. aL Fruitland Grant;e hall. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton CappB and Mr. Ronald \1/ilson became members of Collins Grange by initiation in the :;rd and 4th degrees by Fruitland Grange degree tm.nn ut Firwoo'c.i Grange Nov. 1.B. The next regular meeting nt Collins Grange hnll will be held Dec. 12, 8:00 p.m. This will give all new members an opportunity to get acquainted ·and be ready to support the newly elected o~­ ficers, It is well for all to remember -"Serve your Grange and your Grange will serve you." ,

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Three outstanding young students of the Pacific Northwest have each been awarded the Luthernn Leadership Award of $150 by Lutheran Brotherhood, Iraturnul life insurance society with hc11dqu:irtcrn in Minneapo!is. Thr,y are Phillip S. Ramstad, 4031 Friday Ave., Everett, Wash.; Robe1·t L. Gross, 78 Willow Lane, Mount Vernon, Wash.; and Phillip A. MacKinnon, 1773 Calley Ave., Baker Or;:". All three have enrolled at Pac1f1c Lutheran Collcge. . . . Rec1p1ents of these awards are entcrin~ co~lege freshmen sele.ct.ed :on the basis of outstandimt ·achievement in.school and church activities and scholasLic and leadership accomplishments. The 1.uthcrnn Youth Leadership.awards are a part of Lutherim Brotherhood's 1957 scholarship program which totals $37,750 and a)so includes 45 scholarships of $300 each to college juniors; 12 scholarships of $150 each to junior college students; nine scholarships of $1,000 , New DCiiughter each to seminary students; and , Mr. rrnrl Mrs. Vernon Young, two scholarships of $500 each to 1141,J South Pnrk, arc parents of Lu.theran graduate nurses. ~ a new daughter, born Sunday, Nov. 25, .at St. Joseph's hospital. The baby is welcomed by a brothe1" Marley, 16, and a sister, Lynette, t\vo. Grandparents are Mm. Mmy Becker and Mr. and Mrs. V'crn Young. The Elk Plain Preschool will

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meec Dec. ·4 nt the Elk Plain grade school. Topics for discussion will inclucle the amount of dues and a name for the group. All pre-school parents are urged to attend. ·· Fire Auxiliary The Elk Plain Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary met Nov. 18 and an open house was held. Although the 'open house wns not a success, the hamper project was very well received. There will be no board meeting next month and a Christmas party is planned for th: next meeting. The Elk Plain P-TA met Nov. 20 at the grade school, Mrs. Merlin Dickinson presiding, Chet Bardwell gave a report on the recent pancake supper. Mrs. Thelma MacArthur, 8th grade teacher, led the members in folk dancing. Refreshments were enjoyed by all.

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COMPLETE I SEPTIC TANKS & WATER B LINES INSTALLED. Riley Buy • NORGE REFRIGERATOR-10-cu. BEAUTY SERVICE = A cont:ract to repair strnctual damage of hangars Brothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or ft., clean, good condition, $65; ~EPTIC .. TANKS CLEANED 82371/z Park Ave. GR 4-3177 = .LE .7-3204. 3ctf Bill Black Dick Kirsten, Rt. l, Box 46, 1 and 2, which were nearly destroyed by fire last Contents hauled away. Don John. O'Leary ~--··••&••=··········· Roy; phone Yelm 3679. 15cy2 January,. was awarded to a Tacoma firm this week acRedford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GR LE 7-3272· SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - ReLE 7-J292 2-7334. If no answer call GR LAWN MOWERS Res. Phone and repair work. 3 years place FOR SALE - PLtppies; part Lab- cording to Mr. S. J. Rybicki, base contracting officer. Res. Phone 3ctf 2-9222. The firm, Roy T. Early Company, must begin work to pay; .JU 8-8134 - GR 4-5945. Serviced and Stored rador, 6 weeks old; LE 7-4576. 3ct! HljjUSE MOVING Leveling, 15c12 on the $464,952 corifract by the first of next week Power Mowers A Specialty foundations; l!ement work; Free Pick-up & Delivery and complete it in 9 months. <;EORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, FOR SALE - 7-room, 2-burncr free estimates: SK 9-2653. 3ctf Two other companies entered Unknown, said the board of PARKLAND Heating. New work, remodelOil Heater with fan, complete 14620 Pacific Ave. LE 7-5440 AJ&S~& 14 ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. CYCLE KEY with 1l0 gallon tank, $65.00. bids They were: The Steel Con- ficers, however there was .. a MA 7-3910. 15c12 struction Compatjy of Portland strong indication that .the fue LE 7-5772 AERIFYING. & FERTILIZING; 11021 Pacific Ave. give your lawn a t1·eat; JU 8- FOR RENT --,. Power mowers, and F. T. Crowe and Company, may have started from faulty WILL SACRIFICE Baldwin 3ctf hanq tools, garden tools, sp1·ay FOUNDATIONS-New additions; 2111. New Lew Price On sonic spinet piano or wouldAcroInc. of Seattle. wiring. confree estimates. financing; work TOP SOIL and fill dfrt; crushed gun~, sanders, plumbing tools, In his announcement Mr. RyRepair work will include r17SAUSHAN , sider storing with reliable party By The Roll guaranteed; GR 4-2002. 3ctf rock, Utah coal; LE..7-3536 or power tools, etc. A tool for interested in buying same later. bicki also said that he expects placing the metal roofing and GOV'T. HOUSING Midland Hardware Puyallup TH 5~2038. 3ctf every job. South End Plumbing Write Prosser Piano & Organ the two burned-out hangars to be galyanizetl ste.el siding. Several 35'l!'H: & PORTI;AND . For Sale To Be Moved and Hardware. Phone LE 7-4100 Co., Box 416, South Tacoma, ~tem~~~ b,ack irito full use at the end of of the sllpporting steel girders Framed To Standard Code South ·End Auto Wreckers lOctf Wn. , 15c13 the hine-month period. This is will be replaced; others will be VlE BUILD HOMES - Remodel, . USED PARTS many already fixed up nicely level bLtildfogs; cabinet work, Oil Burner Service LARGE DELICIOUS APPLES - ·one of the largest contracts ever repaired by a process called flame FOR RENT 41' 2-bedroom in your area.. Your best buy concrete work. Reasonable.; Motors - Transmissions ·house trailer; Canyon' road ¥.., 35-lb. box, $2.50; 'h box, $1.25; handled by the contracting office, straightening. , in rE>ntaJs,; home, or cottage LE 7-3550. 3ctf SERVlCE ON ALL MAKES Tires • Batteries So far this year, $10,415 has mile north of 112th St. at Sum- 2 ·BR. 25x31 delivered at $1800, one mile east ?f transformer on he added. We Buy Junk. Cars LE 7-7398 303 .Ea. 123rd mit; Rt. 3, Box 779, Puyallup; 3 BR 2 i5x36 delivered at $2000, 176th St:, Spanaway. Bowman. · Th M Ch ·d f'. hi h . been spent in studies to determ· Als.a Custom Welding ACE rSEPTIC T/itNK 15pl2 e c OI ntt e, wt' c bgam- me . h . f 'b'l' f . . .· ' 10c12 little higher on difficult moves LE 7-7580_. • · 'd .t e eas1 1 ty o repall'S .o•.· by Joe's Welding ---------- . e d naw.on - WI ea en ion, ro 1-1.::e PLOWING, discing, rotovating good windows, doors, oak floors, SERVICE the morning of Jan- the \arge struct1;lres. Shop ar~ 1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. and lawn work. D. R. Beeler, refrigerator, insulation RUMMAGE SALE - Nov. 29 at ·out early on • Repair Service I I fllumbing, h' wefe put back mto use shortly Spaoaway Lil:• 7-6534 LE 7-4940. 3ctf Septic Timks Cleaned 1516 Jeffers011·Avenue; sponsor- uary ~5 t is year. Before the after the- fire and have been oJl~ studding ,..,... 2x4s on 16" 1,x:4 t&G subfloors ed by East Sidi' Christian base fire department and other erating under near normal WASHING MACHINE PARTS O. B. ACKLEY FOUNDATIONS for less. Side- Latgest stock in town. Repair- ·trusse8 ~ 2x6s on 24" Church. 15c12 neighboring departments could "Side-walk Supervisors" LE 7-7882'' LE 7-4343 walks, patios, bulkheadS' and ing that pleases. BB's Washer B~ PFo'jeet Houses Being Sold bring the blaze under control cautioned today by Sam Bulldozing - Ditching walls. LE 7-8564. 3ctf Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409. ;Housing .Sales . Office . TACOMA UPHOLSTERY PHYSIOTHERAPY TOP SOIL - GRAVEL something near $4 million dam- grollnd safety officer, about gt,f,. 11ctf 4409 .E. Grandview. (Go out Special on reupholstering davYoUr own home; SEPTIC TANKS and age was done. Most of this dam- ting too near the coi:istructibn Port111nd ·Ave. to 44th, left enport, chair, as fow as $129. LE 7-7254. DRAIN FIELDS for: to Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; age was in destroyed aircraft work. He asked that anyotin • Au+omotive ""' Phone TH 5-2452 ph. GR 4-0111. Hours 9: to 6. Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7- parked inside the two hangars. watchihg the operation should • Electrisal 15ctf Early this year an investigation stay far enough away to 58 FORDS & CHEVROLETS -'- ELECTRIC SINGER portable ~ew­ 0327. SCREENED TOP SOIL No Contracting Wholesale prices, 5 % interest. ing machine; · you pay $18.80 was· held to determine the cause. any falling tools . .. rocks (;_r roots. C1'ushed Rock, SMALLEY's MOTORS, 10410 repair bill and take it; 5440 So. !)rain Gravel, Fill Dirt and • Electric Prompt Service Pacific Ave., LE 7-4060 anytime, Tacoma Way, Screened Road Gravel that 15ctf r·~w;;~·;~·,D·;~ ~er ~' ':": ·~ . v ~-~-~~·~ Heating evenings, Sunday. 12ctf packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd • Appliance Repair Ave. S.E., Pufallup, TH. 5-219.8. JUDO OR JUJITSU LESS~S ~ GR 2-7038 GR 4-3980 FOR SALE - 1948 Crosley Sta- Children and adult classes. 3ctf Free Estimates tion Wagon, good motor, body, Mon. & Wed. evenings. 1714 FAST .PHOTO SERVICE - In tires, heater and 1957 license. Court E, WA .2-6363 Satisfaction ·Guaranteed ! 15ctf at. 10:00 out at 5:00. QUALITY PAINTING, sheetrock taping and texturing; LE 7-8564. 3ctf Trade for Roto Tiller or sell. PHOTO SERVICE, 9818 PaFree Tube Testing Graham VI 7-7804. 12pl2 SPECIAL ORDERS CAKEScific Ave., LE 7-7271. 3ctf TOP SOIL Phone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann Rich, black and reasonable. SNAP ON TOOLS .,.,.- Johnny Bakery 15ct:t Holiday seaso.n means winter is - on an off, tD a full stop. , Hall, 1012 South 110th, Lenox Screened and ground. Rt. 2, Box her"e. When traveling uoder winAccept your ResponsibiliJ;y. 1-0856. 3ctf 958~B. Puyallup. TH 5-8372. 3ctf Distrib~ctim~ SJO'RKVILLE Salesman ter conditions, fog, snow, ice, rain Do all in your po:wer to drive Your Fuel Oil & Appliance 8210 B PACU'IC and sleet; allow yourself extra without an accident. Winterize BABY SHOP Dealer time to cope with these condi-' your car, your.self and your drivEverything For B~by Fuel tions and stili arrive at your des- ing before winter comes. You are Including Juvenile Furniture tination at the desired time. the only one who can avoid get~ FUEL .,.- Mill wood, 2-cord load 9618 Pae. Ave. LE 7-4664: For those who wish to survive ting you~self into trouble. $16; fireplace wood, alder, Eairle"s Ever9re·ens the hazards of wintel' driving Although observance of th()SO maple, 2-cord load $35; single LICENSED CHILD CARE - Ex'Walter Eade with the least possible difficulty, precautionary measures will not Top Comfori: at.New Low Prices! cord $20; Orting TW 3-5850, LE cellent facilities. LE 7-4865. SHRUBS - PLANTING theee "Caution Clues for . Care- guarantee that . you will come 1-0778. 4ctf 15c14 Rt. 3, Box 146, Tacoma ful Chauefiers" are oifered: through the winter GOmpletely LEnox '7-6784 FOR SALE - Alder wood for 1. Appro:;ich curves, hills, unscathed, because of the greatly fireplace, $15 cord; call LE 7Sign at East H2th & Vickery bridges, railroad tracks, danger increasing traffic hazards, they 6789. 4ctf and caution signs with reduced will materially increase the odds SPACE·SAVHNG, FUIEl·SA\l'ING b'OR SALE - . Siegler heaters speed and extra cai·e. . in your favor. 18 at Parklnnd. Fuel Oii Service; WARM IUR UNITS 2. Drive slowly. 011 slippery J3n .. l1lert! Be Careful! StlJ,;v LE 7-0256; 120th & Pacific Ave. 3Q Day lfr~e Tri.i.l WANTED ~ Woman to do house 1952 CHEVROLET hard 15ctf highways, tum and brake with Alive!!! 20 Year Guarantee, care. Before descending steep -oi· ... " , · cleaning; phone LE 1-1849 after ;, . sports collpc; radio, heater, Goodyear Air Foam·,, 6:00 p.m. 5p12 siippery grades, shift into second white walls; jtist had valve Famous Red-Line · Foundation .or lower speed. job; real c1eap. Automatic! Parkway & Found 3. In night driving wipe the New Chevrolet Cars & Trucks 141st & Pac. Ave. LE .7-3941 mud or · snow from headlights Single, Compact Unit FOUND Male pllppy, white Used Cars. & Trv,eks Open Till 9:00. p.m. frequently; clean the entire windCome to · with brown spots; owner call shield often. Sleet on the windDecember 3 - Brookdale P-TA If, desired: We will LE 7-3666 and pay for ad. 6c12 HOOVER POULTRY shield may be ll.voided by wiping board meeting. Central Avenue furnish material and MOVED and can't pay for nice the glass with glycerine and by Pre.school board meeting, Choice of you may install it cleaner with only $29 due; pay • Wanted To Buy raising or blocking up the rear The executive board meeting off at $5 each ·month and get yourself! For The Best Deal Oil or Gas! encl of the hood to let the engine of . Parkland Preschool will meet USED CAMERAS and photo free home demonstration; open Opposite P(}stoffice equipment for resale. QUALITY till 9:00 p.m. UPTON ELEC- . heat melt the ice. on Dec. 3 at 8:00 p.m. .at the PUYALLUP, WASH, PHOTO SERVICE, LE 7-7271, CO., 1148 Market St .. FU TRIC home of Mrs. Charles· Cartw1·ight WA 2-.1)801 BR 2-0734 4. In heavy mist or fog use the 9818 Pac.Hie Ave. 8ctf 3-2551. 15c12 'l'H 5-1766 3031 Pioneer Way, Tacoma TH 5-1332 headlights with depressed beam. at 12302 East F street. Mrs. FOR SALE :R,oyal portable If you get off the pavement, slow Ralph Riley will preside. There «fl! Real Estate FOR GOOD ·USED CARS, call typewriter with case, in excelwill be the usual Christmas gift - - - - - - - - - - - - - Anderson Chevron, Spanaway, lent condition, $45; VI 7-7866. PARKLAND FURNITURE - New down flnd turn back carefully to exchange, 12ctf FOR FREE HEATING SURVEY: 15pl2 and used miscellaneous; Aii-port avoid a skid or lurch into another PARKLAND REALTY L. 7-6465. Collins Tots will hold their reg· & Pacific Ave. Residence phone traffic lane. COZc 3 bedroom home with fire- 13--Farm Column 15ctf · · h b' d h d ular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 3, in SELL OR TRADE - Female Chi- LE 7 -37 48. Dnvmg a its an met o s are th C . t M . place, dinette and lots of cabin, huahua, double waffle iron and ' t f f t · · t e o 11ms gym a 8 :00 p.m., .rs. par o sa e y m 117m er W lt E "d' Th ets in kitchen. 5 wooded acres, EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, rotary clothes line; want good !RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAM- a 1. arge . . a er ar1e pres1 mg. ere "\VJ·11 close to Mt. Hiway. There is a by the bale, too or · truc1t load; .used wood heater, meat, or what MOND ORGAN STUDIO, 9995 dnvmg, but also very unportant b . rt th C · I A CANYON ROAD GRAVEL &. 1''0UNDATIONS, additions, re· 1 · d' . f c a repo on e armva . operntmg con 1tron o your t t' f p t & B·. h. SUPPLY; pick-LlpS and trailers modeling. Free estimates. Fin- gocd drilled well, chicken house J. ·A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709.. have you. Vl 7-7428. 15c12 . Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resi- 1st 1e . . represen a 1.ve rom a o and place is newly fenced. No. 13.ctf - - - - ancing, no down payment. , Stu d'10 w1'11 d emons<ra t te loade.d or we haul; LE 7-7586 dence, LE 7-4051. 15ctf. vehicle. All dnvers· should , check b ys TAK1 OVER PAYMENTS on re· 3ctf Phone GR 4-7000 anytime. 3ctf Aa: Ask for Jennie, LE 7-8609. or have checked SllCh items of h I'd fl ·al t FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, possessed BENDIX dryer; only equipment as: o 1 ay 01 arrangemen s. Jennie L. GrQdvig $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE $69 due at $10 per month; open Hoste~ses for the evening will . bG . . Moving Co. 1. Lights, 7-5972. 13ctf till 9:.00 p.m. UPTON ELEC- Ace WELL DRILUNG · .wipers and defrost- Kay K erst e tt er, Bill"ie Guy, ·J oan and power. (In- H 1 t d " g t B CO., .1148 Market St., FU BULLDOZING - DITCHING ers -. loper.ation · · ll . ) o s an mar are . rysdn. BREED YOUR ·COW ARTIF!C- TRIC Insurance of All Kinds Berkeley Pumps 3-2551. · 15cl2 GRAVEL - TOP SOIL - SEPTIC sure c ear v1s:on at a .trmes. December 4 _ The Parkland IALL Y to sires proved great. 'l'ANKS • DRAIN F1ELDS Notary Public tires, chams, brake d 1 p· e JETS Washington Proved Sil'e Service. FOR SALE B-1-6 Rototiller r 2.. . Snow h d fl .d (G d Preschool an James Sa es re1750 9th St. S.W., Puyallup Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 2~7628 00 . school groups will sponsor .the @ SUBMERSIBLES George Lytle, .technicmn, phone and one .full si;je Hohner accordmmgs, oses a~ u~ · Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 · LE 7-8U09 Office 6314 McKinley Avenue Ill CENTRIFUGALS YeJm 3931, or. Graham VI 7~ ion; also Coldspot refrigerator:; brakes and tract10n means great- Well Baby Clinic at the Parklan<l 302 Garfield St., Parkland e TURBINES 7417 before 9:00 a.m. 13ctf er safety.) . fire hall on De.c. 4, registratjbn G,R 4-8377.. 15c12 WOOD & METAL POVvER MO\VERS sharpened "Deal with the people who give Call LE 7-7281 3. Battery, ,ignition system, from 9:30 to 10:30. Dr. J,, J; and serviced; pick-up and. deyou their personal attention." ct WANT RELIABLE PARTY to take livery; Baldwin & Son, · 947 points, plugs, etc. (Improves per- Erickson will be in attendance. ovq,r $25 each day Meter PayFor Hon1es {'k, Huuse Trailers Tenccma Pump Tacoma Ave., MA 7-3431. 3ctf FOR SALE - 50'x120' building SITUATION WANTED formance, starting and reliabiliDecember 5 - Collins P"TA Good ments on E:fy!.ERSON TV; must Free Estimates site one block east of McKinley child care in my home. Parkty.) board meeting. VI 'l'-71!38 KITCHEN C4BINE'l'S, corner Avenue on East 50th St., LE 1- land area. Licensed; LE 7 -3688. be employed and have good 4. Fanbelts, radiator hoses, December· 6 - Parkland P-TA 's shelveH, book ca..ses; birch, fir. credit; open till 9:00 p.m. ·UP0332. 9cl2 C~bh1iet 14619 PACIFIC AVENUE 14ctf 'FQN ELECTRIC CO., 1148 Maror knotty. ·pine; built to yow · Terms thermostats and anti-freeze. (Av- Candy Cru1e Carnival, (Fall Fair). Trades specifications; get the best fOJ & oid overheating, improve efficiParkland Preschool is sponsor15c12 1 ACRE - GOLDEN GIVEN RD. BABY SITTER - Expericn".ed, ket St., FU3-2551. less--my prkes are tbe .lowest 3 BEDROOM home, living room, references. Call LE 7-7224. 14c26 cncy of motor and heater, insure ing the Bake Sale Booth at the ::>TAN'S SUPER SOIL SERV. HOOVER'S CABINET SHOP, dining room, kitchen wired 220, --- LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo B "kf p ,,, . .,. maximum generator power.) Fan Fair, namely the Candy Cane LE 7-5514. 3ctf ICE: Top soil, sandy loam, peat 3-pc. bath, concrete foundation. SEWING, alternations, mending, Service for developing. In at UI 1119 ~h fi'iilh S 5. Change to winte1· weight oil, Carnival, on Dec. 6. For contri):mfertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 710, out at .5. 9818 Pacific Ave. 8259. 3ctf Easy FHA terms. Call Ralph ironing; reasonable; quick servThe following building permits lllbricate all moving parts. (Make tions, contact chairman, Mrs. 15ctf 14ctf CUSTOM :B'mE SCREENS; any ---·· .-..---Deckrer, GR 4-9579. SSb ice; LE 7-5636. --·--------have bFen iss_ned by Keith F. starting easier, redLtce winter J{enneth Dove, LE 7-1162; style; estimates without obliga- BRONZED BABY SHOES - Tiny ' 2 HOUSES - $5500 FLIGHT OFFICER shipped out; tion. Thermolite Glass. Frank- Tots Mctalizing Co., P. 0. Box ONE has 3 bedrooms, living room, WILL DO WASHING and IRON- returned NECCHI portabfo sew- Jones, County Engineer, Duilding wear.) will arrange to pick up any it.cu"; ING in my home; LE 1-1037. lin fireplaces,· portable, attachDepartment:_ 6. Check aLttomntic choke op- ariy time oil Dec. 6. Mrs .. Helen I,itchen, bllilt-ins, wired 220, 3323, Spanaway; LE 7-7922. 3ctf ing machine; Zig-Zag attached to any flue. FIREPLACE 14c13 ment, . etc.; balance to .. pay ps. bath, floor furnace. Other Robert Rollins, $6000 rnmm. eralion, use gasoline anti-freeze Bjorke is the co-chairma11. SHOP, 6607 Sixth Ave.; SK 2- OIL BILL TOO HIGH? Save has 2 rooms and bath. Garage. $47.50; 5440 South Tacoma garage, 14606 Panific Ave,; Fred additive. (Prevent frozen gas !in~ :Qec. 10 - Parkland Preschool 0133; 10:00 to 6:00. · 3ctf money! Call MAJOR OIL CO. ~~ block to bLts. Call Ralph Gt Miscellaneous Way. 151:26 Heimbigner, $3000 · remedel tD es ar1d hard starti11g.) . regular meeting. James Sales P· ' LE 7 -3644. 3ctf Decker, GR 4~9579. Ja2 home; R.t. 3, Box 977, Puyallup; Some additional tips: The Chi- TAregular· meeting. .. THIS KIRBY cost new over $150 FOR SALE - ·Automatic Deluxe MR.HANDYMAN Dec"ember 11-Central Ave±l.\'w Hot Water Heating 3 BEDROOM home, o'1.c and bath but was returned due to lay:off Norge wash01'. 4 years old, $290 Dale Glidden, $11,000 frame cago National Safety Cou11cil E!.ECTR.IC down, 2 up. Needs repair, but is at airplai1e plant;. pay off $52 when new, completely rebuilt, home, 803 So. 140lh; Vvalter F. Corlo.mittee on Winter Driving p .. TA regular meeting. Harvan!. Residential and CONTRACTORS priced accordingly. $3,950 with at $5 each month and save $100. Jocks like new, $125 or best of· Rouner, ·$2000 .frame home, 1002 · !'1azards offer these conclusions Midland P-TA board meetlrig. Remodel Work 15c26 So. 108th; Ellis Anderson, $8000 after co1:iiprehensive tests. low dcwn payment. Ideal loca- Open till 9:00 p.m. UPT.ON fei'. OR 2-4242. Residential & Commercial CORNIE LL tion, close to bus and schools. ELECTRIC CO., 1148 l\farket St., FOR SALE · - B-1-6 Rototiller mov. ho!'1e to prop,, On Ghering Heating Specialists The bet.ter snow th·es give subAccording to the National As, 15c12 Call ]\fr. Nelson, GR '1-95 79 or FU 3-2551. PLUMBING & HEATING LE 7-7064 LE 'l'-4792 a~d one f11ll siz~ Hohner accord- Road E. of Waller; E. W. Myers, stantial advantage in looGe s110¥r sociati011 of Food Chains, food LE 7-0104. Oal LEnox 7-7293 15c28 $200 mcv. office bldg. to prop., and slushi but are not rnuch inore prices have increased only l'l. XMAS SPECIAL ~ Photos 8x10 1011. Call GR 4-8377. 1.mAVEL - All sizes; top soil; $15.00 doz.; 5x7 $10.00 doz.; TAP. DANCll'lG LESSONS. Be- Loveland; Richard S. Ge!stin, $650 effective than regular tires on per cent since 1947-49. BY com" McKinley Hill leveling; weekend deliveries; PEAT SOIL for sale - $1 yard, photo Xmas cards $1.75; $4.50 LE 7-7291. Sett you haul; RFD Box. "144, ··Roy; 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9579 doz.. Evel').ing a11d SatLtrday. ap- ginning and ad'va.11ced. Call Jim remodel to home, 772 So. 108th. ice or hard packed snow. Tests parison, factory wages are up . have shown that reinforced tire 55.9 per tent• 15ctf phone Roy 291, Roy. 3ctf Memher of Tacoma Real Estate oointments. 8411 So. Park Ave, NylandE!r; .LE .7-0574. DON'T encourage dishonesty: Board · chains cllt braking distance in 'Family Portrait Studio. 15ctf note: Last yeaJ", acFrosperit.y locks keyed, combinations BLENDE.D TOP SOIL; peat; barn· Member Multiple Listi;ig Service half 01~ both snow and ice. With On the light side:· An. English changed; Parkland Cycle & yard compost; sand; free esticording to the Economic Report these ·chains, traction to start is TAP; ACROBATIC, BALLE'i'•atid teacher offered a pie to the pupil I\:ey; :J.1021 Pacific Ave. LE 7mates, JU 8-2111. 3ctf of the President) em.ployed people increased up to 7 times ,over that FOR SALE OR RENT - 2 bed- BATON cla~sqs; all ages; Mild5772. 3ctf took vacations aggregating 70 possible Virith regular tires on .ice. 1vho wo'u)d write the bri6fest eG· room house, furnished or m1, red Keller; LE 7 •.788~. · 15ctf say 011 two of . life's probl et1"1;, million weeks, .85 per cent of On packed snow, these chains furnished; available Dec. 1;' LE FOR SALE - 1956 Silvertonl.l Hi~ Rough or Finished The w1nner used only m1e word; them with pay: This is a 11ew out-pull regular tires nearly 4 /l!\-\ri~_s~" 9c12 Fi console; blond; for iuforn1a, An makes of furnaces. for sale; 7-4107. I tion, call JT.lf. 8-1649. 15012 specializing in Williams OIL 'O' - . - . times. "' II Dil"cct fr~m "S~:::·.v1nill MATIQS; Oil, Gas, .Hot Water • Kentals ; Stopping oi:i glare ice: The most DRANK VitiIT,El PORT <'WTNE attd Installations, . Service; reason• effective stopping technique, 'I'he Tax Foundation discloses spent all )::iis' mc11ey; nice SING~ able; 755 South 108th, LE 7- \VILLO.WS Trailm· Park; large Dayis Road, Graham, V!lash. that government spcendh1g (fea. ivhile n1aL11taini11g steering con ... 4045. 3ctf modern 5paces, with. carpo1·ts & ER no1•tsbl,o, .had .to be rstui'!i.Ed Slabs VI 'l-2229 era!, state and lccal) rBn at the tm!, is to pllrnp the brakes. This storage rooms; reasonable rates; \1/itf· cnlY $27 dUe'.; ~ih~.~: c~tfjf": ... --............-BRICK WORK - House level- SMITH. CABINET SHOP - RE- convenient shopping; Proptme in.g cis$.;· 8.ss\in:i,e.·:. $5 .- :,m.01'.j:tftlY rate of $13 million an hour 'i1'1 mzans apply the brakes quickly ing and foundations, retainin!?; MODELING, carpentc~ work, gas· available; school bus •·at pay!l'Jentl\ apd get. free ho~e 195&, as agah1st a comparatively (lock the1n) for an instant, and walls, sidewalk .and patios, fir"· kitchen., cabinets; we stock and door; 1 mile south of PuyallllP deutons~rf!ti<;in; 6pen .~ill 9:00 .~. modest $2 million an hour in as quickly completely relGase m.UP'TON EL,ECTJlI('.:.CO.,J.148 ,, , cut g!a~s; .. 16309 South ~ark; tin Airpoi-t road; Phone Puyallup pl.ace and stone work. LE 7" 1940. them fo:r an instant. Repeat this Market St., FU 3-2551. 15c12 3ctf 5-4200. 10ctf 4291. 3ctf Spana:way\ LE 7-7949.

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Grateful Willard Hoese!, chairman of ihe Woodland school carnival, nnd his committee, 'Mr. and Mrs }Ienry -B£!.,~Si 1 Ivirs. Ehner Q-rening and Art ·Harbor, wish to thank the Copeland Lumber Co. for use of lumh0r for the carnival booths. They also wish to thank a11 the pecnle that helped ~ . so willingly . to make the carnival and dmncr · a success. Booster Club The 112th Street Booster 'club will hold the next meeting, which will £ea ture election of > officers, at the home of Tom Elsdon on V{oodland 1'oad Thursday, Dec. 19. There was a good turn-out for the game night at the South Hill Improvement club hall Friday night. There will be no ,games night· in December, due to holiday activities, but they will re~ sumc the parties on the last Friday of each month starting in January. Homemakers Pierce County Grange Homemakers club held thefr meeting N~v. 18 at the Grange'Supply in Tacoma. There was an election of officers and Maude Swalander of Fruitland Grange was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Initiation The Fruitland Grange drill team initiated 15 members in the 3rd and 4th degrees Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Firwood Grange.

correct '. unlfor1n for. 'th8 s8cond rncn th, also conduct duriri.g meeting. Mrs. Sarah Ferguson, Den following a war<ls have been given to members of Cub Mother for Den 1, will be hostess Scout Pack No. 91: 1~year pins, for the Pack committee mcet_ing Billy Long, Dale Gawley, Dana on Jan ..13. Victor Gawley is to Gawley, Rocky Kline and Billy be. the _new Packmuster to take ch!lrge of the next Paek meeting Fe~·guson, all of Den 1. Denner Stripe, Roland Miller; Dec . .20 ·as Annand ;LeBlanc is Assistant. Denner _Stripe, Teddy .. resigning .as Packmaster._ At this meeting the boys will decorate Mullins, both.of Den.8. Peter Joslin of Den 1 received two Chi'istmas trees to be· taken the Bear Badge, Golden Arrow, to the Valley Home. at Puyallup. Denner Stripe and 1-year pin. New Arrival Achievement Award, Phillip and Mrs. Ciifford Farcy, Den 8. · New -Member Bobcat Phillips, Den 6.

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Mettler Sr. last we~lrnnd. . .. ..... ·Mc'"and ·Mrs: Rnlph 'Stevens mi C 1 b' C t d . and childre") of Seattle enjoyed a " 1c o um ia res gra e . 1 . ·. d ·. . Elb . · d --p easant ·trip " an v1s1t at • e sc h.oo I b oys p Iaye d ]\imera 1 gra e 1 . h · S · , · b ast week wit Mt'. tevens par. t.h J b sc11001··- b o.ys 111-- e a111 oree - as.. -. · ... . . . ·ob ll •. · "" F ·'d . ents and her sJSter, Lydia Parker. !,ct a sc11eo on 11 ay evemng, ~h . f h •k''dd' N • 2? t R di · . ti i e greatest JOY o t e 1 1es ov. -, a an e, wmmng . 1c is to get to· Elbe and run around game. · with their Grandfather Miller. Injured Improvement Robert Kelly is suffering from . a· an-~ l 1e suff ere d in . an The store and gas station bea spra1ne .d t d · · auto acc1 en· an 1s using longing to Mr. and Mrs. Robertson has been moved back around crutches. 25 to :3'(1 feet by the SJate HighVisiting Mrs. W. P. Christianson and way Department the past week the two children spent a weekend and the Robertsons have cleared much more of the land around with her parents in Everett. It was the baby son's first trip. Mr. it to be used. for camping. They Christianson took the trip dur- pla·n to ·put up a building equiping the weekend to bring his ped for cooking. and washing family home. clothes which will be an added Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mettler and attraction. to tourists and also a family of Sedro Woolley visited. gre<1t improvement to the RiverJoe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank side Park which will then extend to the banks of the Nisqually Cub Scouts river and cJose to Alder lake. Cub Scout Pack 91 held tlie Reporter -Mrs. Pearl E. Eugel, November Pack meeting in the Elbe. Methodist church in Puyallup on - - - - - - - Friday· evening, Nov. 22. The three Woodland Dens were well represented. Old toys were E. C. Cardy allfl Mrs. J. brought for repair and disti'ibu- L. Ronan w.ish to thank everyon~ tion at Christmas and various for helping make the Collins Carachievementil of the boys were nival "such a'.'great success, also · displayed. On Friday, Nov. 29, at to thank all. the people for com1:00 p.m .. they are planning a ing out and everyone for contritrip to Mt. Rainier Ordnance De- buting. Special thanks to the pot. M II' . teachers of Collins school for all Reporter-Mrs. J. C. u ms, their help. Puyallup TH 5-8621. Scouts The committeemen and members of Boy Scout Troop 92 of the Collins district wish to thank :tll those who helped ,so much to :nake the recent father-son· ban-

quet a success; they are especial· 1y grateful 'to the women who worked. so hard on this project. S , T ,., · · d couts. Oi roop 9 - enioye a . . h 1 b sw1mmmg party at t c Boys c u Nov. 21, thanks to Scoutmaster · ,. Svmch. New Son Congratulations to I.L·. Mrs. George Vlilliams on birth of a son Nov. 20· ac Tacoma General. Reporter-Mrs. Harold Burgeson, LE 7 -7G40.

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Frankly Speaking with Ron Frank As lhe football season comes to any place at either end of the a close tomorrow and Satnrday court. Last year, several guards

for most teams. attention begins absent-mindedly violated the rule to shift to the casaba sport, and their teams had to give up basket.ball. The cavorting hoop- possession. sters make their debut next week The double-foul has been rein all corners of the nation with vised with the shooting eliminatscvera] ncvv rules gaining most ed and a center-circle jump callof the pre-season time in bull ed for between any two players from the opposing teams. It elsessions. Fans will find six changes in jminates time and the over-emtho rules in effect this fall. Fore- phasis on foul shooting. most, the one for one free throw Another change, nimed at bonus has been curtailed to make eliminating goaltending, dethe first six common fouls in ea~h crees that players other than half one-shot >;iolations in col- the shooters are not permitted lege and AAU games; ·Fouls .then•• imteueh the ball on the rim or would revert to the former rule directly over the basket. This of awarding a second free throw will not prevent the giants in the event the first was made. from dunking the ball, howHigh scliool followers will ever. find that the one-shot foul limThe rule committee also acted itation applies only to the first to strengthen the five-second rule four violations since the prep and to cut down on "actionless game is shorter in time than of farcial games" by empowerthe collegiate style of play. ing officials to call time and YMCA and Canadian contests warn the team deemed respons-.viii also duplicate the high ible. If the warning is not heeded, a technical foul may be callschool regulation. · . · Obvious to most fans will be ed. the. change which malrns it imA minor change makes a ball material to throw-in away from thrown over the backboard an the 12-foot area underneath the outcof-bounds play in collegiate basket. The rule has been re- and AAU games where rectangscinded to allow a throw-in from ular backboards are used. Jerry Hoxsey, Tom Smith and Neil Kneip of Clover Park, Geo. Designers and Builders Reed and Kermit Jorgensen of EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Renton, Neil Balsley of EnumREASONABLE PRICES claw, and Dave Reynolds of E!1$Y Monthly Payments . Franklin Pierce seemed to be the VAUGH.AN 'S best of the running · backs and 84th & Pac. Ave. GR·4-9515 passers in the Pugel Sound Conference this foll. It was banquet time for local high school footballers with 0 IN THG Bethel and Franklin Pierce serving up hearty meals last ''Jflll OF time. The Cougars of Washington State were rlelii-ious with joy Bob Vaughan Saturday at Husky Stadium with The. housuwive.s of the early· large delegations from all points colonies brought with them east of tJ1e Ca scad cs. their knowledge, remedies and herbs from their native countdes. They planted herbals in GLASS the TIC\\t country but-they filSo HOME SEl~VlCE used a number of native herbs 1 . Otli't SPECIALTY thus. bringing into thc,1ned1cal Also Commercal 1-nstallations iilol d Indian drugs, some of Full Lille Schorn Paints which are still included in th" Stoi·m Windows and Doors Phar1nacopoeia. * >J; ::: Installed In 1775 Christopher MarFREE ESTIMATES shal, famous American PharmDEAN'S PAINT acist, .was apcointed by cong1·css to provide for the needs &GLASS of w.ounded soldiers in Phila13021 Pacific LE 7-5661 delphia.

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1957 PLC Basketball Schedule (Clip out for future reference) December 2 December 3 December 4 December 7 December 10 December H December 20 December 21 December 28 January 4 January IO January 11 January 15 January 17 January 31 February 1 Febrµary 7 February 8 February 12 February 15 February 20 February 22 February 24 February 25 February 28 -

TAC Tournament ................. . TAC 'fournament ................ -'·' Seattle Pacific ................... . Buchan Bakers ................... . Puget Sound ..................... . Humboldt State .. ., .............. : . . Gonzaga ..................... Kennewick · Gonzaga ..................... '. S1>okan~. Denver Trucke1·s (AAU) .. : ...... • .'. PLC Buchan Bakers ..................... : PLC British Columbia ................... PLC Western ........................ , . . PLC Puget Sound .................... : ... CPS Whitworth ... , ............. ·....... There Eastern ......................... . Central ......................... . Western ........................ ~ Bl'itish Cvlumbia ................. . Puget Sound ...................... . Whitworth ....................... . Central .......................... , Eastern .................. -......... . Montana State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bozeman Montana State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bozeman Seattle University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seattle

1957. f .. P•. Basketball Schedule (Clip out for future l'eference) D"cember 5 - Stadium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . Here December 6 - Puget Sound League Jamboree .. Clover Park December 11 - Clover Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . Here December ·13 - Puyallup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Puyallup December 17 - Lincoln ......................... Lincoln December 20 - Sumner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Here December 26 - Kelso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kent~Meridi.an December .27 - Hudson Bay, Vancouver ............. Here January 3 - Highline . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • Highline January 7 - Kent-Meridian .................. ·.. Here January· 10 - Enumclaw ........................ Here January 14 - Renton . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,?entop ,January 17 - Auburn ....................... : . Auburn January 24. - Renton ...................... , ·;; . , . J.J;ere January 28 -'- Auburn ... : ................'. : ..... ·. . . Here January 31 - Kent-Meridian ............ · Kent-Meridian Febrnary 'l - Enumclaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enumclaw February 7 - Highline .............. , . . . . . . • . . . . Here February 11· - Sumner .................. • ... : . Sumner February 18 - Clover Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clover .Park February 21 - Puyallup ............ : ........... .

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. Coad~ Doi Schafer. of Franklin P1erce is busily pacmg for the basl·:.dlmll opcirnr Dec. 5. The . h . Cardmal basket a 1lers. will face the defen.din·g Capitol·· League champions, .Stadium Tigers, on the home court · Schafrr has five returning lettermen. Seniors turning out are Bob Meade, Dave Reynolds, Jim Toburen, Bill Mahaffey. Ken Radcn, Mike Kanton ai~d Gary Gehrmann.

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FAMILIAR .FACE--'..Pictured above is that little mighty might of Pacific Northwest basketball. Roger Iverson, Pacific Lutheran's diminutive guard, who will be cavorting once again on the maples for the. delendi11~. Evergr.e.en .Confecence. champions.. The .Lutes. inake their first start of the season Dee. 4 in the Tacoma Athletic's Commission's Invitational Tournament. Iverson naturally. will he at his stiU:tii:tg' guifr~:l post." . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . .

1957 Bethel Basketball Schedule (Clip out for future reference) Federal Way ... : . : . : .............. Here North Thurston • ." ................. There 6 - Jamboree ......................... , Fife 13 - Yelm ............................. Here Deeen1ber 20 - PLC Frosh ........ : ............... Here Deeemher 27 - CPS Frosh ........................ There· ,January 3 - Peninsula . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There January 7 - Fife ............... ,. ... : . : ... .-. . . . Here January 10 - Orting , .........................· : . Here January 14 - Vashon . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There Janu"ry l 7 - White River ........ ; : ... .' ......... ' Here ,Japoary 24. - Eatonville . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There Janu¥Y 28 - ·P~ninsµla..... ; ; .... , .:. .. • . ; . ." ...., ... Here ·. F\'br.UarY 4 ..:.._, Fife, . : , ........ ·, . : .. :·. : '": .......... Ther.e F$bruary 7 - Ortirig .. : ............ : ..•......... ·There February 11 - Vashon ........................... Herc February 14 - \\-'bite River •••.. :. • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . There

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Times journal v 13 no 12 nov 28, 1957