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•I Hot Rodden~ Set Sat'11rday~ December 19 Fhud Paper, Dr~ve Day For Signing O·f Bu$ Petitions

U.S. Postage Paid See. 84.66 P.L.&R Parkland Branch Tacoma, Wash. Permit No. 9P

The Injectors Hot Rod club is Saturday, Dec. 19, is the final haying a paper drive, to last date for signing petitions asking Occupant or Boxholder ll!ii .JI.Ill>-_. '"' ==== - •--. .Jllll • about a we~k, and rcqucs.t that continuance of 'racoma TranSit Rural Route Jllb'· anyone havmg old newspapers Co. bus service in lhe ParklandPostmaster: li unable or magazines call GR 4-4693 or Spanaway area. At that time all to deliver, 1·eturn post· LE 7-8172 and leave name and the signed petitions will be col·age is guaranteed on .......-·~"-""'"''"""'"'"'~"·~...".":~·.,·~-·"""'"'"'-"'''""""'"'""":"···"' ·····"-~~'"";--- ... ~..........- .....~~'-'"""·~-~----~-·-·,,~-~...·~-· address. All donations will be lected and delivered to the Tranaddressed papers.· THURSDAY, DECEMBE!t ::>, 19:>7 e Volume 13, No. 13 , PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND ' WASH. LEnox 7-0223 co ll cc t e d by tl1e cl u b memb ers. sit company to prove the local · • ... _ , -·~~-~,....... .,.m ..~...." ......~.,....~...~-·~·.....,,................ .,................................,. ......................................_................................................ m . . ·~·~. .~ ...... . ,. . . ~ ...wm~m~m.~ Proceeds of the sales of paper interest in its transportation will be used for club projects. s1..::rvice. Leo Christianson, Injector 1 The bus service is endangered president, heads the paper drive by a suit against the City of TaMrs. Mae- Toblc, Master· of conm1ittee and is assisted by all coma filod by Hobert F. Wright, Harts Lake Grange, is staying in the members. Olympia to be close to her husowner-manager of Nisqunlly Val-. band, Edward Table, who is ·sick lcy Lines, challenging the operaFriends and members of the in the St. Peters hospital. tion of Tacoma Transit Co. buses Parkland Methodist· Church an At the lilst Grange meeting ofoutside Taco1na city lin1its. The invited to gather at the new sanficers were elected for the ensusuit will be heard soon after the ctuary at 12184 "A 11 strc:nt nt ing year. 7::13 on Sunday evenj...-·~, DecemThe December 14th meeting of ber 8, for a service of Consecrea ... The Spanawny Senior Rifle Harts Lake Grange will be a tion which open the building club held its first election of ofChristmas party open io i!ie~pub­ for wor'ship. Ilishop A. Raymond ficers Tuesday ''evening, N~v'.' 26, lic. Grant of Portland, Orer:on, will chasing Sparky Evans as presi(1) Potluck supper at 7 p.m. b0 present to preach and conse.dent, Art Hal!cngren as secreiary(2) Potluck Christmas program crate the building. treasurer. following the supper, (Visitors Previous1y an Army Chapel. the Designed to teach the proper r..nd members furnishing the numbuiiding was moved to this new µse of firearms, the club meets bers for the program.) site as the ·first step in a new (3) Exchange of gifts m~n every Tuesday evening at 8:00 building program for the local to inen, ·women to ,vomen, boys in the Boy Scout hall in the Methodist congyegation. The preto boys, girls to girls. Price. of Spana way Metrolopitan . park. sent buildings at Pacific avenue gift 50 cents: or less. When changes ar.e made in the and Wheeler street will be utilJudith M. Thompson hall there will. be indoor shooting ized as Sunday school ant! FelReporter practice. The club is sponsored lowship space and the new build,.by \he Spanaway Recreation ing will serve as the sanctuary. Committee, of which John Nawell js president. WAUER ROAD . • The Senior Rifle club is open 1 to all interested boys and girls Before Orderil).g of 19 years or older. Anyone '~rishing to join i5 invited to atYour Winter tend.

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fast of the year. A new supply of the petitions has been distributed and those wishing to sign may do so at the follow!ng ·places: Gibbons Market, Hern,an's Food Center, Spanaway 5 & 10, McLellan's Sporting Goods, Bargain Basket and Spa:n" away Drug, all _in Spanaway; Shop-Ette Variety & I.Jepartment Store, 133rd & Pacific a venue; Garfield Variety Store, Art"& Shoes & Repair, Parkland Grill, Laurinat's Apparel, and Centre Cleaners, all on Garfield slreet, Parkland; Mt. View Cleaners, 110th & Pacific ave.nue.

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The Waller Road P-T.11. nrneting, to be held Dec. 10 in th" Community hall, .wiil have all Dads in the spotlight, as the meeting has been planned to include topics of jnterest to the men during the program. Richard Berntsen will be in charge of the Christnfas songs and games, in which the audience will "participate. The Flag presentation will he mnde by Mrs. Lee Hoi;an's group of Happy Jolly Jolly Dluc Birds. Vocal selections will be presented by Carol Ferch and Linda Mounts.

"I'LL PASS IT ALONG"-Sure! Bill Nathe (Orchard Hin Motel) receiyed the Parkland Junior _Chamber of Commerce ,award o[ a line :rn-pound turkey last week-but he didn't eat a bite of it! He bad a much better idea so passed the luscious bird along to the,, Ozanam Home in Tacoma where it was enjoyed by the elderly guests. Pictured above, left to right, smiling Bill Nathe receives the turkey from Newt Willis of the <!"C's, whose officers wish to thank the public for very fine co-operation in the Thanksgivong tud<ey project. Photo by McKewen MIDLAND

Benefit Dance Busy Fingers i Pins, Awards

A benefit dance is being held Saturday evening, Dec. 7, at 9:00 o'clock at the Spurgeon Creek Gi';mgc hall near Olympia, proctecds to go to the families of Kenneth Vvocmer and Mr. Stolz \Vho, "\vith their l\vo sons, 1\·ere lost in the Sound on a fishing ttip three weeks ago. good for Tickets

A .Eshpeter. Dr. Fulton Lytle officiated. Given in n1arriage by her ·father, the bride wore a princess style govvn filshionod \vith ·lace with n chapel length train. Pearls out.iined the neckline and a pearl tiara _caught the fingertip-iength veiling. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible. Miss Linda Effinger was the maid of honor' for her sister and

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THE DOWNBEATS-Six charming coeds singing live-part .harmony; y;iH _be a, i'eaiure'd attraction in the l!i.57 "Happy IIoHdayn Revu~­ from Brigham Young Jlfoiversiiy, appearing this (Tbm·sday) eveni'}g in the CPS fieldhouse and Friday mor!ling .at Frank!in Pierce high: schnol. Now freshmen at BYU, the Downbeats have been singin;g, togethEr since sopho1nore days in high school.

Spanaway News Congratulations to. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas on the birth of a daughter Friday, Nov. 29.· The nc\v bnby \ticJde Lynn, is welcomed home by two brothers, and Billv. and

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Home m};de ornaments are also requested to be used for the Community .Christmas I.roe. There will be nursery care for small fry by the 1-H Lassies in the kindergm·t.cn room. Orthopedic Tlfaric Hawn Orthopedic Guild will meet Dec. 5 at the home of Mi's. Carl Sanbcck, '1145 Sixth avcn_tfc, Tacoma, \vi'th Mrs. ReX: Ha1·dngton as co-hostess for the 11:30 iuncheon. There will be a project. report. and gill exchange. Christmns Party Tho \:Valler Road Grange Auxiliary will hold the Christmas party Dec. i2 at the home of Mrs. Earle Thompson; potluck luncheon at •noon. Officers for 1958 will be elected, followed by a gift exchange. Please attend the Dec. .G Grange meeting to help the Wallor Road Grange Christmas party. Repol"l.01· - Mrs. Verne Fogle,

Games Night A games party will be held li'riday cn,ning. Dec. 6, at 3:00 o'clock in the parish ball of Our Lady Queen of I-Tcn\·en churrh, 146\h and A st.reel Prizes at t.hc games will include hams, gifts and toys. Rdrcshmcnts will be scrvcd.

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, Thc regular meeting of the Grange scheduled for Dre. 24 he.s been cancelled. For the Dec. 10 n1ccting and the i:cg;ular -n1ceti11_(~S in Janual"y and F0-bruary the startin:;; time is set I.or 8:00 p.m. instead of the usual 8:30.

Dinner And Ba:ii:aar At Roy Tbc annnnl turl;ry and h:rm dinner and Ladies Aid Bazaar of the Roy Ccn1n1unJt.:y Congregat ion;J rhErd1 i~ i·o he J-icld 011 F'r~day evening, Dec. 6. in ibc noy Hcbelrnh hnJJ. S0rving will b0gb1 at 5:_30 and roni.inue untij all ar~ sc1--1·cd. Donations arc $1.(18 for adults, SOc for children undf'r 12. The puhlic is cnrrli1dly i1wit.ed lo at'cnd. There wi.ll he a fish pond for I.he kiddie:; and a spccial awanl for adults.·

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1'4alone, Portland, Olsen; one~year pins Oregon aad Miss Gaye DcClwnne · Fordicc. Jol\.Jino ·Sno\vden, Bar_, of Spokane vrnre bridesmaids in bara Rapp, and Georganne Tur- identical attire. Michelle W'losilc Nc\v lllf~n1hers this y0ar are liams was flower girl and ring Ba1·bara \'ilydc!t, Lydia }Iinton bearers were Judy and Frankie and Sandra Rettenberry. Cloth- .Eshpcter, sistcl· and brother of mr;, meal preparation and photo- the br.idegruon1. William Randal g-raphy are the projects carried of Pullman was best man. Ushcrn were Ron Metler, Dale Roley, Bob by the mem~1crs this year. · Tho club IS very proud of the Smith, \l\Taync Thompson and sta tc recreational award receiv- \Valt Waggnor. · ed last week. Birthdays celerrho bride's ffi'.)ther chose a brated at recent meetings \VBre beige ensemble with matching actliose of the i\yo Bm·baras' and cessories and brovn1 orchid cor,Judy. sage and the brid'2groon1's 1nothcr New Daughter wore a navy ensemble with white \\To1;d \\·as just received that and blue accessori<>s and a white Mr. and Mrs. William Stavig, now orchid. of Richland, Washington, m·c the Red and white wovidcd the proud pamnts of a baby daugh- color themf for the reception in tc,·, born Saturday, Nov. 30. the chm1ch parlors. Assisting were GrandparorJts 'vclcon1ing the nc\v the Misses Sharon Harlow, Ann :uriv1il ate Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larsen, Bonnie Lindsey, Myma Stadr; and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Ball, Snlly Rivenes, Sharron EshSti·ach:111. pct.cr ,sister of the bridegroom, Altar SC>Cicty Irma Doyle. Mrs. C. L. Cmmp The St. John of the 'Noo.ds und Roddy and Randy Williams. 1\ltm· Socicly will meet. ThursFm· a wedding trip to Grouse day noon, DccL,tnDCl' 5, in the Mountain, Canada, the bride wore Midland Jmprovemcnt club hall a beige woo.! suit with dark brown for their last. moc1 ing of the cur.- accessories and a white corsage. rent year. J\frs. \Valt.or VailcnThe bride attended Bea:verton ccur will preside. high school in Oregon and ·washBirt.bday Club ington State College and the Three birl hdays were. honored bridegroom alt.ended Lincoln at the rccc-nt meeting of t.hc Mgh school and \VSC, where he Birthday club when tl1e members was a member cf Lambda Cl}i were <'111.Ntaincd at the home of Alphei, Gray \'IT. letterman's honJ\1rs. Vtaltcr Corl'igan. Having nr:-1ry. Th'2 nc1v hon1c \Yi11 be at Novcmlx·r hir1 hda:ve were Mes· American Lake. dames Harold Stavig, A. ThompBo~· Scouts son nnd .Jo~seph ,Joringdal. Others FJa~-;h ~ ! The Boy Scouts of Troop pr('sen t. ,~,~ere 1\fcsdan1cs Fred 84 of ?1'1idl'1.nd are ::m1iinr~ ChristSir-hl, Char1cs lTa1~ri.s. ,Jnhn Ro(·.h, n1as tr•2es at the Saf0-i.:vny ForkJ\.lkn Zook, Clifford Tnllcr and ing Lot nn R2nd and P:-1eific. special guPsts, T\1rs. Stavi.i:!'s sis- This is their nnnua! i:1oncy-rais,tr·r from Porll:rnd, Oregon, and ing project. Your prrt.ronagc 'vill Mrs. Wilfo1m Mcl\-1ichr!C'l :ind her be greatly appreciated. new daught,-·r, Bccl<y Sue. Fnll colors of y<:lknv and brovtns ,,rcrc t:".arrird out in t.hc f1o,vcr center ... piece :mcl the decorated birthrla,Y cal;c. Effinger - Eshpctcr lJnitr:d in rnar1·iiigc Saturday C\Gnin:;. · J\lov. ;Jo. :it a candJc.., lie:l1f ccrnn1nn:v in t-hc J.,jfJlc

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. Christmas Party The Altar'Society of Our Lady Queen of Heaven parish will held a Christmas party in the parish hall Monday evening, Dec. !l, at 8:00 o'clock. There will be a gift exchange. Hostesses will be Mesdames Joseph Boyle, Ferdinand ifanton. William Zumbuhl, Tl'Ir<rg. aret Fezler, Paul Boyle, Bud .LaMont, Darnell DeTrncy, Steve Criviansky, Chester Cook and Harry Harrlgan. At the Comt of Honor at the Scout Hall Nov. 25, James Kennedy, Tom Schultz, John Reding, and Robert Lockridge· advanced to Scc011d. Class Scouts. Merit badges were awarded to Donald Snowden for Music, Farm Layout and Building· Arrangeincnt; Mike Gural for M·~sic and Safety; Dcrrn Hubc1- for Painting, and Gene Huber for Painting.·" The Boy Scout Confctencc 'nt Pacific Lutheran College Nov. 30 wss att.cndcdby Mike Gnral, Vern Ifanis, Denn and Gene Huber, Robert Lockridge, James I\cnncdy. and nonald and Donald Sno\\+dci.n. Cc,1n1nittec chah·n1an A.rt.li.ur Boudreaux ncco1npa.11ied the boys to the "Green inccting.

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Fu11khnuscr and Mr. and Mrs. F'rank_ Zale:1ski of Dover;- Dc]aware, Thanks The Spanaway Firemen's Amciliary wishes to thank m·eryomi who helped make the Saturday night dance a big success. Special thanks to Fireman Stdnky White who topped everyone by selling an enormous number of tickets; ($400 wol'th!) also to the other fircimen for selling tickets and helping at the dance. Visitors Miss Edna Homan from the Me.sonic Home at Zenith was house guest of Mr. a;,d Mrs. Victor Bolenbaugh for three wce)rn. Genevieve Johnson and D:iuglas Lynch from Orting spent Thanhsgiving Day \vit.h thc111. Reporter - Mrs. Oliver Omat, LE 7-fJ<:OG.

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er fint, second. or third year e;ch~ music t.~r,cher, and pupils of the bers are asked to bring sack hmcheB: coffee :~i:nd de.ssert V/1ll b2 pins und all.- got blue -::hl1 r hfol.l'.~h 8t11 grade·.<;. S(·l'v\.~d by the host.esscs, I\Jr:.;. fibbon:~ on thf.ir ·la::;t yt:·a~es 12t· .. '-.Visitors Gi'd bc,ti1~s. L:.•t21· c·luh officb:rs r~Ir. nnd I\i1·s. G~7Utge SparJ{s \ tJi:tckson Lrid lvfr~J. F:ul11 \Vinsl.-.-.\'.l. rnct at the hc\!r:.e of ·lh::-h·· leodur frorn Ricl1l_nnd, ·were 'Phs.nksgiv~ 'The prog·:ca1n '\Vill bt> l1eld ir1 lLt: jng- D:ty gncsi.::; of lVIi·s. 'fJpn.rk:1' n fternoOJl. ns fullovvc: 'I'.c~lpph.JllP conrruittce, parent;, lvll'. and M:cs. C. 11. 1\1.c1Iorner.ir1n.1c ers

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Noreen I-Iontz and Cathy ~~dams; lviilbn ol 103rd aml Canyon libral'ian. Linda HntTington; his; torian, llfarlann" Morton. P:itrida lli:r. and Mrs. Lmvronc2 ,J. 1;:aisC1·: rec'reation, Carol Ingalls, Frankl in spent the Thanksgiving , Sant.m Moore. Knlhy Pc·ternon; holidav ai. the home of his molhRed ribbons wenl lo Billy and so:,1g lend.er, Bz.11·ll;::t1·n Kanzk:r_; Cl'. M.~~.s. E. -J. Besant of ,,Sun1mit Eddie Il'ish nnd Kenny Peterson. communHs' sc1·viec, ,Joyf:e Tv'IortDn~ 1VicihOdiSt church_ lVlr. F.rankJiii·

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1·eceived a J1,.~_nice Pattr:~rson, D21t0 I-Lu·dng-i~; bpil<ling hon.ses in Dr:nve1.·. Champion Junior '1·H Livestock ton; pi·ogram. Chyistie Adams, Colo., :ind returned there last Judging award. Carol Ale'c'.crnder, Caroline Rain· Friday. His brother, R11lph F'riinkLeadet·s bf the club can he very sey. ,The ne:,:t rn2r:ting v:ill b0 on 1in, vvho i~ n Junior at C.P.S. i,vas proud of their achieve1nen ts. Ike. 7. nlso hon1e fo1~ 'the holh]ny.

Since Mr. Terp has had to give Postponed wscs up his leadership, a volunteer for The Woman's Society of Christh~- post is beine; sought. The C0ntl·nl ...\venue P-T.A meet_ing hns been po.c;tpo~""!ed tian Sm·vicc of the Summit MethBusy Chix from Dec. 1l to Dec. 17, nt odist church ·will hold the regular vvh.ich tj1ne tho Chris_tmrs pro~ monthly ·meeting in the chmch grnm \vill be present.Pd by Mrs. Thmsday, Dec. 12, with the busiLeRoy Carlson, Centrnl Avenm" ness session at 11;00 a. m, Mem-

The Summit. Homemakers will meet Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 10.3Cl a. m. at the home of Mrs. Wllfo1m Ham, 3004 East 11:.lth St.. (corner of Airport nnd 'Waller roa'd). This will be a Cln·lstin'ls p~n;tY; rncrnbers arc ns.ked to b1,iz;g_ hor11E:1n,.~i.C:te gifts Jor the gift e~::chnngc-, also a bateh_ of their fa vol'ite Chl'istmaci cookies for a

cookie exchan[se. The a:i:'1nual i:~l­ eclion of officers will be heh!. ,Recovering Connic J rnn, th1TP-year-old daughtei: of J\fr. nnd Jl:lrs, William "Wheatley of Pennsylvania avenue and granddaughter of the. William Dovvies, 'is r0ported- recErvcring nicely from nn operatjon.

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Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darling held n f:-irnily reunion on

'l'lk Wol'ld Ou\look League of the Elk Plain Community church will bold its Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. King Phelps on Friday, Dec. G, :it 8.:00 p.m. Chrisfanas gifts of ~noney \Vere to be brought at this time, the .fund. to be used to help boys and ·girls in need. Recently elected office1;s will be irn;talled; all membel's fl~1d friends <n·e asked to attend.

Amtlversm·y Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sartain celc-

Coiiins P-TA will have no boatd rheeting or open tneetlr1g this month due to the Chl'islma>' program Dec. 19. Sympathy Deepest ·sympathy is extended to the Clinton Riis family on the death of his father recently.' Girl Scouts

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fj;TIM~~NAt P 0. BOX 2008, PARKLAND, WASIDNGTON

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Phone LEnox 7-0223

,JACK BROWN ....•.............•.•••••...•••••• : .PUBLISHER

NEVA T. HONEYWELL ...........•.•....••••••••...• , .EDITOR

VALERIE.IMM .................................... ADV. MNGR. ESTHER GODDARD .............................. ADVERTISING RON FRANK ................................ SPORTS EDI.TOR KEc..JNETII POTTLE ....•.........•..•. SHOP SUPERINTENDENT WE8 McKEWEN ............................. PHOTOGRAPHER Qualified as a Legal Publication' under. Chapter 213 ot the Legislativr· Acts of t:qe 1941 Regular Session of the State of Wash. l1elivered free" by U. S. Mail to ~u homes in the trade territory. \'aid subscriptions elsewhere! 'n Wash. State $2.50 per year; outside the state, $3.00 per year.

ADVERTISING RATES ON REQl)EST

.Sununii Scouts Get Gun Drill

plained the fine points of handling fire arms. "There are a good many 'don'ts' in the use of guns," ·Lyle silld, "and one of the most. important is: DON'T point your gun at any one while cleaning pr trying it. Too many people ha~e been killed by unloaded guns." There was no target .practice but the boys were allowed, to examine a Winchester, 1 12 gauge shotgun, 30/30 and several army pieces, including an M-1 and a 410 in order bett~r to understand

If the boys of Summit Scout Troop 76 needed a shot in the arm to pep up interest in scouting, they had it Monday evening in expert Tille instruction at the _.Central Avenue scout hall. 'l'he 24 boys, including a half dozen explorer scouts,' who turned out for troop meeting, listened pop-eyed while Lyle Catt ex-

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the operation of th~ mechanism. On Monday, Dec. ;31, the troop will get its cl;i.ance at target practice. Troop Committee Ch!iirman has arranged for the use of Midland's indoor firing range in MidlanJ hall, where .the boys will be taugh.t to trigger .22 caliber rifles. The third meeting, which completes the six-hour course will consist of a written examination of 25 questions and possibly another chance at the bullseye. When • satisfactorily completed, this course qualifies boys ,under 18 for hunting licenses. Accompanying Mr. Catt were Dan Mulholland and Clarence Gottgetreu, all firearms instructors for the Paul Bunyan Rifle & Shooting clubl The club does not share the fears of many parents who would keep guns out of reach of boys, said Ca,tt. · "Too many accidents are caused by inexperience. Our purpose is to teach boys the safe and proper use of firearms.'' Interested spectator was Ed . Hansen, Central Avenue representative of the Franklin Pierce school board. 'Scoutmaster George Lind and 8$sistant, Jack Houtz, were in charge of the meeting.

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McAULEY SUMMIT DRUG 'Weekdays: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sundays: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. LEnox 7-0668

We wish to thank our ma~y friends for their sympathy and kindness at tl;i.e death of our beloved husband and father, Raymond C. Myron, Oct. 16. We ii.re also grateful for the assistance rendered by neighbors who organized a work bee to complete work on our home near Spanaway two weeks later. The Myron family

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The Franklin Pierce Hi-Boosters are again sponsoring an allfamily breakfast on Sunday, Dec. 8. Organ music will be furnished while you enjoy a breakfast of your . choice, either orange or grapefruit juice with scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and jelly; or bacon and pan cakes with hot syrup; and coffee or milk. Donations will be 75 cents for adults, 5() cents Jor students, and 25 cent~ for ?re-school childre~. The Bii:1te' Shop,· with Mrs. Harold Leraas in charge, will .feature breads, cakes, pies and cookies.

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With the Christmas season fast approaching,. I you might be interested in a "do-it-yourself" gift -- a telephone bench. The easy~to~build pictured above is five' feet long and one foot ilfrhes wide with a step-up shelf for the telebcnch can easily be assembled in your ·workshop for about-~15.00 worth of plywood, iron, glue, screvvs, nails and paint. 'For a free plan giving eomplete specifications, just call me at our business office, MArket 7-5161. ·

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LE 7-5772 FOUNDATIONS-New additiOns; estimates; fiiiru1.ting; wbrk p,uaranteed: GR 4-2002. 3ctf

HA.:Y, 75c:cand· 80c a bale, or by ton; green clover and g1~a_Bs. Will buy,' or pasture livcstcck Thorn Tibbitts,' Rt: 1, Box 340 Spanaway; VI 7-7427. 13c1'1

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FOR S~LE - Weaner pigs; baled hay $1,6 per ton and .up; straw, q5c p.;ir 'pale; G: E. Soderstrom, Rt. 1, Box 208, Eatonville, Wash. · 13p13 EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY. by the bale, ton or truck load; J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-67fl<l 136tf BREED YOUR COW ARTIFIC. IALLY to . sires proved . great. · Washington Proved Sire Servfoe. George Lytle, technician, phqne Yelm 3931, or Graham VI 77417 before 9:00 a.m. l3ctf

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Good SITUATION WANTED child. 'care in my home. Parkland area. Licensed; LE 7-3688. 14ctf WILL DO WASHING and IRONING in my home; LE 1-10.37. 14c13

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Don't be afraid• of our low at 7:45 p.m. on December 8, 1957 · . prices, because . they are AC~ 'l'UAI, excellent money buys! at 123rd and "A" ·Street:r For. Month of D'lcember O!).ly Trap es, Terms of. course. The converted' Army Chapel will be Opened For· Worship by 50 CHEV. · Powei·glidc, radio; Bishop A. Raymond Grant and will serve as the sanctuary hea.ter, special ruboer. Buy · for all future services of' worship. of buys. No. 1177; was · $345; now ... , ...... $225 50: CHRYSLERWindsol'; clean No:.1198; wim $340, now ....... , ....... $195 ' . 51 FORD VS custom 4-Doo.r. Radio, heater, very good condition; No .1184; was $495, now .......... $395 51 CHEV 2-Dr: deluxe. Heater; . An earth satellite capable of back to the grot~d and some of .. whitewalls, one owner,. new c_~ri?'~ng_-_· a_·,-:_hu~a~-- ~~-ss~n,ger __ is the monkeys. are alive to~y and paint; No: ll99; Was $495, one of .the prime goals of U.S. so arc descehdents of the mice. now ....... , . , ..... $445 · space research, space medicine "The basic research that made 52 FORD V8 custom 2-Door. authority Dr. :Hubertus Strug- it possible a dog to live in .an Radio, heater, hot, clean & hold annonnced in ea,rly Novem- air conditioned satellite for a good!. No. 1192; \vas $745; ber at Randolph AFB, Texa.s. number of days or weeks was . now· •... , ..... , .. :.. $545 Dr. Strughold is· an advisor to first performed at the School of 52 CHF,!V. Bel!!ir hardtop ope. the A.F's School of Aviation MedRadio, heater, ¥Chite>yalls; Aviation. Medici.ne's Departniet1t icine on p;oblems in space flight. of Space McdiCine, founded in clean and•sharp; No. 1196; Strughold also revealed Dr. was $795, now• ...•.• $695 1949 by Majo~,.Geri.~ral. Harry G. that u aika,' Sptitnfok II's :dog pas- Armstrong, 53 CHEV Stati6n'Wagon. l1igh Shlgeon of USsengc.;r, is .not the first ii:nimal to book $1020; No.. 1193; was A.FE." $995,. now ·........... $795 venture into space. '· Animals, Dr, Strughold pointed ·NEW CHEVROLET pick-up; '''l'he U.S. Air F-0rce several house car, No. 57()4; only ye!\rS ago fired r9ck 0 ts crmtain- out, cannot tell all that needs to $1695 delivered, plus tax ing monkeys and mice to consid- be l{,j).own about reactions of mind and license: erable altitudes in order to test and body in space, no matter how the effects of space flight on liv- encumbered. with remote-control See .Qon Flowers ing creatures," he said. He added devices and recording iristruthat the animals were ·brought ments. "Only an intelligent human. being, can do tlfat," he said. Chevrolet Sfrughold said tJiat the school has bed¥ experimenting for so.me time with a• laboratoifversion of a sealed space C\)-bin that will supply all the necessities of life on TH 5-1766 Earth. TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET. >;nd BATON classes;. all ages; Mildred Ke1ler; LE 7-7881, 15ctf.

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Framed To Standard Code many already fixed up nicely in your area. Your best buy in rentals; home; or cottage 2 BR 25x31 delivered at 81800, Your Fuel OH.&. Appliance 3 BR 2 25x36 delivered at 82000, FOR SALE - Boy's bicycle; :[..E Dealer little higher on difficult moves 7-3740, 15c13 140th & Pacific good windows, doors, oak floors, ~ ~ FOR SALE One pair boy's ice plumbing, refrigerator, insulation · studding - 2x4s on.16" FOR SALE '-- Siegler · heaters skates, .like new, size 9; cornet lx4 t&G subfloors at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; suitable for music student; call 15c13 LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. LE. 7-3908. ·-·· trusses - 2x6s. on 24'.' Best P1·oject Houses Being Sold 15ctf Housing Sales Office 4409 E. Grandview. (Go out Portland Ave. to 44th, leit to Grandview), Tacoma 4, Wn. ph; GR 4-0111. Hours 9: to 6;

DistribMting Co.

FOR RENT or SELL EQUITY -..., 3 bedroom, spacious rambler, large .fireplace, and big fenced yai'd, ga11age and shop. Close to McChord, $85 plus. LE 7-5440 or LE 7 -3272 eves. Rural Real Estate. l0c13

ELECTRIC SINGER portable sewing machine: you pay $18,80 repair bill and take it; 5440 So. 'I'ncoma Way. 15ctf

Notary Public Est. in Parkland Since ,1941 LE 7-8609 Office ll02 Garfield st., .. t'arli:land "Deal with the people who give you their personal attention."

Repair Service

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$200.00 DOWN 9 11 MOVE IN TODAY. 4 bedrooms, living room,. dining room, kitch- WASHING MACHINE PARTS :en, builtcins, wired 220, 3-piece Largest stock in town. Repair: pa.th, .utility room, concrete ing' that pleases, BB's Washer foundation. One block to. bus. Service, 31'27 So. G. GR 4-9409. C.all Ralph Decker, GR 4~9579; llctf . " RB 11 SOUTH END - $12,000.00 BUILT 1951. 3 bedroom rambler, -~-------~~~-~large .. living, . room, firep)ace, dinette, hardwood flo01•s, bitch cabinets in . kitchen, lots df built-his ~nd .storage, larg~ at• l:nched· garage. Close to 56th 8i M. district. Call Ralph Decker,. ~------··GR 4-9579. OC %, ACRE - $S,25a:OO TWO Bedroo1n.. home with garage Md chiclten house. Choice suburban location on Woodland and school bus line. Low down and easy pay~ents. Move right in . .Call Mr. Nelson, GE 4-9.519. FOR . GOOD .. U.$'.B:D CARS, call TA 5 Anderson Chevron, Spanaway, L, 7-S465. 12ctf

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BRONZED BABY SHOES - Tiny Tots Metalizlng Co., P. O. Jrox 323, Sp_anaway; LE 7-7922..3ctf OIL BILL TOO HIGH? Save money! Call :MAJOR OIL CO. LE 7-3644. 3ctf

JUDO OR JUJITSU LESSONS Children and adult classes. Mon. & Wed. evenings. 17'14 Court E, WA 2-6363 15ctf

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cension. by J\faj, David G: Simons in a space-type· gondola alti· tudes beyo11d. 19 ·miles and last ycnr's flight by eapt. Ivan· C. ·Kincheloe to a record height of nearly 24 miles in a rocketpowered. X"2. While such• flights. may; not be as dramatic as that of a dogcanying sfuteUite, Dr. Stru)(hold "believes fhat they ultimately: will prove to be of.' greater value: He said that the first sate1lite carrying a human passenger .will have to ·be · a kind of aircraft, capable of reentering the atmosphere so that it can bring ille space flyer home aliv<;> and in good health.

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LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo ~ .S~i·vica for developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9S18 Pacific Ave. NORGE REFRIGERATOR - 10 15ctf Cu. Ft., clean, good condition, Dick Kirsten, Rt.. 1, Box 46, Roy; phone Yelm 3679. 15c.14

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FOR SALE - Large Fiber Board Wandrobe ·reinforced with wood. Has casters and hat sh·e·If, $8 . ~.00. JU 8-2412, 15c13 WILL SELL.- slightly w;;ed electronic organ at a sacrifice price of less than $600.00. Cash or terms; call GR· 4'-0605; l 5c14 --·--· _ _ _ . -··-· FOR SALE - Used 30 gallon hot water tank and used electric double hot plate; 1415 So. 104th LE 7-3475, 15c13 -·-·-FOR SALE ::- B1:and .new 3:..pc. curved sectmnal davenport; ~ld thr()ugh:. tan; foam runber cushions; ov!lr $300 value, id.ea! Christmas gift, sacrifice for only $150; LE 7~7.429. 15c13

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Not too late to order photographic Christmas cards. Over 100 designs from which to choose. 8 and 16mm sound projector fulf length features for rent.

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Jt i.~-onsy to-flg11re \vh:i-An.dt'C\V Chopic of Lacamas, Otto Erick»On ofBuc~,ley, Al Gknnof'l'hrift uml some othN Pierce· County eattlelnen, lrnve no problems in s011ing tllC'ir .beef cattle foi· premium prices. Thf'y produce tho kind of cattlP t}wy figure buyt'rS and cl~, want. 'l'hcy 1~cigh ouLtll(:! pe1iod'icullv. we them and records nre main.taihNl on «1*-'h animal. So when buyers come nrnnnd, they h11ve. rc,:ords of birtli. dates und .if the buyer wishes,. the animal is again S.-'A"J//~F//.il'JJJ,,,1',Tf~W~/~F/1/Jf"!I-'· -S

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Fm· the uniqnc the useful and unus1t.'1l h1 handcraftc:d Ch1·i,;tmas gift itomr;, the public is cordblly in viled to alLcmd tho Second Annual Holiday Sttle of Prnjocts in the Crystal Bollroom of the Wintbrnp Hotel on Friday, Docemhcl' flth. fro111 10:00 A.1yl. to 5:00 P.M. 1'his evl'l1l ;,, sponsm.,cd hy th2 Christine Tezard Orthopedic Guild and foatures over one hlm· drc<l <liffcr0nl projects lnade by nineteen parlie;ipa-Ung guiJd!.;i. rrhere is no ad1nission eh:irge and all proceeds on s'ile will benefit thP Mary Bl'idgc- Children's Hospital. Gel1C·ral Chairman oI the Hollda~1 Sal c is lvlrs. E. C. Ploof, us~ sisted by Mrs. Edward E. O'C011nor. l\frs. Edward L. Bennett is Pr0sident of the guild. A silver tea is planned from 2 to 4 P.M. with th" fulluwing n1e111bers of Lhe 'Tacon1n 01·J-hopedic i\.sBocintion Boa-rd pou1·ing~ Mrs. Roy R. 1~1strom, Mrs. James Pderson, Mrs. A. N. Gunderson, M{s. Russell Fau!kn.e:\ Nlrs; Vice tor- Monah'-\p:' Mrs. Harold C. Fisk, Mrs. rl.obch Grny, Mrs: Robert Lloyd: Tea table chairm"n is Mrs. John L. Joh7pson assisted by Mrs. Don E. .Diamond and Mrs. James A . .Su(tler. · In addition to the m1my at~

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Club Dinner To Be Held DtlCm 12· The Canyon Road Community club will hold its annual dinner Thursday, Dec. 12, at 7:00 p.m. in .t\ie Community hall at East 80th and Canyon road .. The last two dinners ~ere so successful that members and friends have asked that it be made an annual affair. This year's menu ·features swiss steak with all th13 trimmings, cooked and served by the· members. Chairman 'for the evont is Mrs. Mary Hanson, with Mrs. Joyce Andrew as co-chairman. Committee heads are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. ·John Folk; sf)rving: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoffman, clean-up; Mrs. Sigvard Hansen, decorating; Mrs. Alma Peake, staging; Mrs. !>4erna Dickison, kitchen. Games will follow the dinner, with Mr~ and M1.g: Freeman l).e· Shazer in charge: The awards will be something anyone would love fd 'win=hbme ··foade pies, cookies, cakes, bread, rolls and candy. Tickets will be $1.25; for reservations call ·LE 7-6623 LE 7-782. ·Painting Day The ladies of the community have decided the club house

so they chose Monday; Dec. 9, at 9.:30 a.m. as starting :time f,;r December 5 the task. So everyone is invited COLLINS P-TA board meeting. to come and. bring either their brushes, rollers, pans or muscles. December 6 Brin~ a sack lunch; tho club will PARKLAND CANDY C'),NE furmsh the coffee. Man,y hands CARNIVAL. make light· and quick- work. December. 8 Backwoods 4-H HI-BOOSTER ALL •· FAMILY The Backwoods 4-H club met BREAKFAST. at the home of Bob Bacon. The December 10 new officers were installed and The regular meeting of the President Bob took the chair. A PARKLAND PRESCHOOL will be community project for the .club held on December 10 at 8:00 PM was discussed. Mr. Kerschner, the at the Parkland School, Mrs. club leader, rend some bulletin.s Raiph Riley presiding. The proand Mike Latterell, one of the gram for the evening will con· new members, gave a talk on sist of group participation in horses; Bob Bacon. spoke on sheep "Things to Make for Christmas," Sympathy such as decorations and gifts. Deepest sympathy goes to Mrs. Members will provide the enterPat Munsey· on the death of. her tainment. A Coffee Hour will father, Robert Rice, a£ Kelso Jast complete the evening. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Munsey at- .. JAMES SALES P-TA v.rili meet tended the fun.eral. Monday. on Tuesday aft,ernqon, December Reporter Mrs. John Folk, 10, at 1:30. PM in the school au.dLE 7 -5801. itorium, Mrs. Hylan Johnson pre·

siding. There will be a variety of choral readings, son:gs and plays from the ~tudents of Miss Virginia"Seaberg, Mi's. Vivian Weiner, Mrs. Karen Monson, Mrs. Charlotte Schnugger and Mrs. Marie· Keller . of tjie north wing of the school. Mrs. Donald Archer and Mrs. Donald Reed will display Christmal. wrappings appropriate for children's gifts. Hosteses for the afternoon will be the Mesdames Grace Fink; Lester Davis, Floyd Bores, Joseph Armijo, Keith Van Valkenburgh and Clai·ence Nel· son. December 11 Harvard-Midland P-TA board meeting. December 17 BROOKDALE P-TA regular meeting. HARVARD - MIDLAND PRE· SCHOOL board meeting. JAMES SALES PRESCHOOL regular meeting. CENTRAL AVENUE P-TA and CENTRAL AVENUE PRESCHOOL

ember 17 at 7:30. ·For fµrther in· and short sleeved blouse. formation, see this column next Christine Anderson, reporter week. . December 18 Buildin~f CENTRAL AVENUE P-TA The following building permits board meeting. have been issued by Keith F. Jones, County Engjneer, Building Department: The Pins & Needles 4-H club Donald E. Hall, $200 addn. to members have been sev1ing on pin cushions, which are very at- residence, 10710 So. J; Jack tractive. Mrs. G. Haakenson came Blossom, $7000 ( 6) motel units, and showed us some drawings of 12715 Pacific Ave.

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Capitol has reJca;1od the TV production sounchrnck of "Annie Get Your Gun." Actually it was available sev"rnl weeks prior to the Thanksgiving Eve extl'fl\':.1g::mza but no serious action was expected imtil •after the prcscnfatiou. Mary Mm·tin, portraying the title role that Ethel Merm:m erealed 11 years ngo on Broadway and whieh Betty Hutton carried

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t'unes m9st ofte'n played on Ame)·icnn Bandstand. Loctil D.J.'s a1·e plµgging Billy Scott's "You're The. Greatest." Look fo1· forther action . . . 'l'he Playmates version of an oldie, "You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming," could attract n degree of ·attention , . . Verve records is expecting Spike Jones' "Xmas Spectacular" to do big things again this Chdstmas. Contains, among other things, "My ·Birthday Comes On Christ~as" . . . • . "Warm," and the new John"1y Mathis long plny could see a lot of gift-giving around Clu·istmas time . . . Ron Goodman of S\vingi.."'1.g -Love1·~{' . . . Evidence that the "chalypso" frend is becoming more popular is the increasing nulnber Q[ _rec,°rd~ngs ::.in that vein. Latest is "Love Me Fofovet•" by The Fom'' Esqµir6!S. "Rock And Cry"' by Cl)idc Mc-

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Meol.ing today (Thursday) the rcpl!CSent your gronp; ii' you ar~~ Clover Creek Women's club will _not a membe1·, come anyYvay .and

see what your community is clo- spend the day with preparations for the auction sale planned for ing. Pridiiy evening, Dec. C. There will es11oeially 1ne,m)JerS_ of the comBit•thdny Surprise be a progl'a:rn, refresh1nents and munit.y organi:u1tions. .William · Patty Snider was surprised then the auction. W0athcrby will speak on the.new Thanksgiving Dinnern proposed hospital in Puyallup. Stinday afternoon, Dec. 1, by tho 'l'he Rev. Anliur Rirk of the following' dassmates with a parly Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Turner Ptesbyterinn church in Puyallup in honor of her 11th bil·thchy: and his father, Chris. Turner, wil,l speak on ''Migrnnt Workers." Christy Cordes; Mary Temns, went to Portland to have Thanks· .\1-11' •. Robbins, from the. Recrea· Cindy Woods; Susan Harrington, giving dinner ·v.-ith Chri9 TurnA Peggy Wm·J, Lit1da Duee, Juli t\911 Depetrlment in PuynUu1i will Bassi, Patsy Holliday, Bunnie discuss recreation in this urea pertaining .to the "S<;hoo] district. Harbor and Marietta Long and Mr. and Mi·s. Richard Baker of His plan is fo1, all organizations her cousin, ·Janice Whaley from Airport rand arc the prnud parto work together. Mrs__ Olga Sumner. ents of a haby girl horn Nov. 25 ·------.---. Woodland girls pm·tic!pating in at Good Samaritan hospital, PuyPhatter is another of those on- lhe high school glee club at the allup. Pro.ud sisters are Flory and again-off-again tunes ..•. "De· Thanksgiving services held ·wed- Esther; Mr. and Mrs, Bergen of siree" by, The Charts is. still nesday evening, Nov. 27, at the Woodlan_d arc the gmndparents. Reporte1: - .Mrs. J. C. Mullins, climbing~slowly but surely . . . . PuyaHup high school were: Kcr"Swanee. River Rock" is the first en Parks: Carol Cordes, Mary Puyallup, TH 5-8621., tune by The Ray Charles Singers Harbor, Virginia Nevnnan and to make the pop charts in many, Linda Carlson. Those participatrnany moons .. : 'I'~e Holly\VQOd ing in the Junior choir from vnrFlames are fan!Jing thek smold- fous cl,rnrch~s in Puyallup were: Bootery erfng "Buzz Buzz" i,.~ hones i(cn . l\~ary . Temus, ·. Christy Cordes, LAKEWOOD CEN'LER JU 8-4181 st~rt. b11sning' .brig~t].)' ·o.n .tj-ie Qet:~:11Y Milllins; httySnidtir, StlS· Spe~iatizing In Children's Shoe!! ladder of .nopl1l:irlt.)'. As itstands i.; .. Harringt<m, DiA'!)" Fox and 706 St. HELEN'S A VE. MA 7-6318 now. they- havq1 a go{fd clrn!w~. ' Susan and Linda R;dnaldson. .;,;,.,c_".-''/ -)':_>::>:'',,:'_·._,'i·<''

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EDITOR'S NOTE All properlv vent forest fires. · sale contract keeps title in the without his permission and by very ill foi· many months but it their daughter P11ttie went to •ig.ned Letters to. the Editor_ will b• Sincerely, seller until all of the. installments court action. If the chattel mort• ' .· . . . · ·. . . , ·: _ printed as subr.n1t~ed, exce.pttns· deleiible-to· e·at again~- SO" it was a real Mineral to dine with _Jack'_s_ par- t~ons of .portions w~icb might be con· of the purchase price.are paid,. A .. gage is valid and is properly fore' . D. Forrest Ffora · t M. · d ·M· . E •l B. · •d ' s1dered hbelous. It 18 not the purpose chattel mortgage is used wh~~e closed, the· seller may collect th(, pleasure- to hun. Mr-.- and Mrs. en s, 1. ~_n_, ... 15· al_ ·- ernax. · of the Times-Journal to tako sides in K~ep Washington Miller had quite an addition to The Elbe •Gas. & Service Sta- contro~er,ial questions; the I;•tter Bo• the title to the goods ls given to remainder of the amount due OIJ Green Assn., · · · · • • · is designed merely to permu . -the _e'.IC· their family in, November. Their hon als9 Cl<)sed . for the after-. · pre.,ion · of opinions of reade<a con· the buyer and the .seller retains the chattel mortgage from the sons,. John a;{,f Fr'ar,;k, .got m'3-r- noon and .evening and· the Gilli- cerning matt~rs of local interest. only a lien or "security interest" .. buyer if the repossessed goods do . f ami·1y ~nJ. oyc d ·th" ried,' giving t}ierii.' tw9 more artl JC · e ·r· . eas·t a t ·. .To.. the Editor: in the goods. ;;10t. sell for enough to pay the dauo-hters-in-law· also three more home. . November 25, 1957 . ~uying On Tiine . If the buyer fails-t~ make ·the bal~nce· due. · ·· ... ·· . gra~dchlld:r-0n.w~i:e-added to the Mr. and .Mrs.· Frapk L'a.:nbert' Editor . . "B~Y,ing on time" is .ope of the payments he promised 'to pay (This column. is writteq to infamily during the month•' . . had with them their son Harry Times-Journal, modern business methods which under a conditio.nal sale contract, . Mr. and Mrs. Cl,,.rence Kramer . and as he did not have .t~· y."O!'k. ParW'ilnd, Washington has made possible the Ainerican the seller either may i·epossess enjoyed the presence of Stella Friday he was able to go !iship.g pear Sir: . . .. . . miracle of mass .pro.duction, the goods sold or sue for the.balHinkel of, Tacoma as their guest and enjoy three days at home. · ·'The Keep· Washington· Green Installment' buying has P,elped ance of the sales price. Th.e seller Thanksgiving Day~ : .. ,. . 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Tonight bi Opener Unvcil i ng his 1957 edition for 1'1 first th1 P Coach D''l Schnfcr 8 ' '• • · · Pierce C<lrdin) ·ct. l11·s F·10~mkJ:n ui .., · ·- . . nh; tcmgle with the Stadium 'I'igcrs of the, Tacoma City and C:ipitol Leagues tonight at 3 p.m. in the Cardinal g~ym. Coach Ed . Drown's res<'rvc squad will meet the Stadium jayvees at 6:45 in ti ""l' · . . ·'" P' 01mma1 y. Stadium like Franklin Pierce · ·retnrning letterm~n and Ji•. five "

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Despite\ the imprcssivp al'ray nf talent, the likes of all-stater Clint Names and Forward John Williams have graduated. Names is now a University of Washington Frosh performer while Williams has already seen heavy nction with the College of Puget Sound.

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. . is written . -on Monday before the openmg Lute game.) · PUBLiSIIED A'I' PARKLAND, WASH. LEnox 7-0223 In the coast conforcncc UCLA's ·Brnins look -- lihie~ the 1.he pick ·with a tali team being present and mastermind Johnn"" Woolen ~ ~ " to guide them As the exnerts f~ l. 0 - ·~- - -. - - - - - - - - · - · · - - · · t ho· U · · ; ' w · • . . pomt ou , t - mvei s_ty O• as hucspite Roy Marshall's 179- formanccs. Among tne regulars, m· gto11 "I ok' s ill b b ttl"111 •Y ./ • • . . _ . '· u~ ie. w e a b ord las• year play1>d m the an'.lOJ-208--589 total last week, h.1s Lea Baker n.nd Demlcy have the and probably will wind up right I' T' ' A,hl- f C . Parkland Heating teammates best overall averages, 'sharing the behind the Bruins after the firing n.ua ac~ma. t, e ic ommis· I· ·d · · _.. . . ., - . · ·. , s10n Invitational Tournament. 'ioppc mto a ,tie wit11 Rome top spot Wl• 1l identical 176 s. is all over The Huskies have · • . . . .. . . . . . · Vvednesday mg ht the Lutes met Lm?~t.i uctwn fm fnstplace m t~e Bob. N~lson Ji· and ~ick. Devmore sophomore talent than one the Seattle Paclfic Falcons on Pai Lfaiid Merchants Leag,'.e ~reaux me t\~o of t~e big ;eas.ons could find in any part of the the home court. standmgs. Both . squads ha\e why the De\ercaux Rea],y five· country. identical records of 33-14. Mar- s.ome occupy first place in the H , h" . , . _ Lute mer~tor Marv H.arshman, l 11' f . . t . C .. l l B th •h ere s ..t is coiners nomma has 10 lettermen returnmg from s ia s per ormance wa~ ops m omme1 c1a eague. o ave t' f All-A .· . . . . . l eagues · · ti Y ·ma d e up O\•era JI recor d 8 0 f 176 averages ions, or mencan. his pre d omman . last . year's. club, which · . copped of Parkland area people last for 18 games. The leaders are Elgin Baylor, Seattle U. · · · · F its thu·d straight Evergreen Con··+ lli. 1 "'th· 5· f ·. · Johnny·Lee,Ya!e ; ........ F ferencecrownandplacedthird' • '' ee '· ro ng a onb " 1 361 are ar the page after pag(l of names, . . . . . .. _ . R ay P rune1· was on_~ o f th e b'ig o ut m · fion · t o f ·the pack b u t ..•t· eams an· d coach es. Wilt Chamberlam, Kansas .. . ...• - ... C m the NAIA tourney m Kansas f ·t . th . f ti R , A· Id S ·h .f .B b' · Pl . A · . k - b h' Tommy Keanl$, No. Carolina G Citv ac ors i~ e rise o 1~ ~me ino anc ~z .o. o s ace : co~Se.ns~s -ta en Y. t 15 ~':~ . __ _ : ··: _-.. . , ,, .__ . • C'-0nstmct10n forces to n first and Harold 0 Brien of Narrows porter shows that the Pacific Bobby Joe Mason, Br-adley ·• .-G · Hea:dmg the list of returnees .•· · · ·· · · · ·. • .·· ' =· place tie as _he rolled a 220 _single ~owl had. 563 an~ ;555· respect- L,~tl,cr:a.1?- Gladi,atoi:s !':re the .fav~ .· Top .t< ivE)·Cag\) t.ean;s areto~gh are a trio of high sco~ing jUl1iors game high tor the league. Pruner 1vely for outstanding· pmfalls. , ; o)]Jtes tc;i: cop the ;gve1·151'.een Co:q- · to f1lCk b11_t here s:five to mull --Chuck Curbs, 6-5 .center;· Rogcontinues to ie>Jd the Merchants *. •:• · ''" ference croV1-'il ..and then go on'to ·over: er Iver5on 5-9 guard· and.· Jim · ··:· · · · • ··. · · ·. ' · ·· · ·. · · · · • · . . ' . ' loop in the matter of sea,;on averTom Lumsden's scrappy. ag" K~nsas City.. .NE!xt week this .col1. Bradley Van Beek, 6~3 forward. Cui·tis, age, having posted 178 lo this gregation moved i11to second · nmn will evaluate the chances 2. North Carolina who made the Little All Ameridate. Smallcy's Auto. Sales are in place by whipping Gary Rihtar- of PLC . success alter. getting.· a 3. Kentucky . ca second team, scored 592 good position iJ1 third place to ich's forces last Saturday in th~ d9ser loqk at the ;Lutes Satur4. Kansas points, Iverson 47_2 and· Van move up 'on the front runners.' junior· men's play at J'aradise., d~y' night. (Besidil~ ••. this · 5. Kansas State · · Beek 368. Their •high. shooting Spana way Exchange> put a Devercau,:: Realty dropped info · "· -··. · ·- · percentages were: :·Curtis, .. 461; crimp to any Washington Steel third place as a. resuft of 'the .Iverson, .458; and Van Beek', .484, plans for a runaway victory for Lumsdens.' victory. Curtis and Iverson made the the first half title by downing Loran Ashbaugh led the indiNAIA All-Tournament first. team, ,the leadm·s of the Parkland In- vidual scoring troupe with a 468 and were All-Evergreen choices d~strial. 'I'he Exchange posted a series and a high game of 182 . . for the second year running. pmfall of 231_7 while the Steelers during the Junior matinee. . With his starting,)ineup fairly ''We're still trying to iron out Other lettermen returning inhad 2 128 · With the _defeat of the "' '' '' . '''ell. s~t, Coach Bob Fincham's the kinks in football and we c.lude: Tom Sahli, 6-.5 senior for'.eaders, Paragon Prmters moved John Nelson was the big story Bethel .Braves. make their third should continne to improve as a ward; Bob Roiko, 6-3 junior for· mto a deadlock for the top rung of the week in Bantams play as start pf the seasori Friday. night result," Finchl)m remarked as he ward; Chuck Geldaker, 6-4 senior on the ladder: Bill Pot.t.m· hns ~he the youngster took complete at Fife. The Braves will .take part . viewed the starters for the jam- forward; Lute Jerstad, 5-8 sentop avc:age m the l'.'.ague with hold of individual honors. Nel.son in. the annu.e.1 jamboree of the boree who all playe~ footbeJL Al- ior guard; Rich Hamlin, 6-2 sen177 ;"hile Golden Slipper's Bill has a rcspcotable 108 average for larger 1;Chools, '):'ipoiftime.is 8:00, though not ta/king seriously, Allens 190-181-UJl-552 was the the high ave1'age in. 24 games. P':al· forJbe Fife fracas. Fincham is wishing Gregg could best three-game sories score last N!'lson's .251 for two games and Participatin.g. besides Bethel scor.e 945 points· in basketball to Designers and Builders week. . single game mark of 133 were arid host Fife' ~l be Peninsula duplicate the yardage gained by EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ERO Motors continued in tops Saturday. and White Rivel' and-each team the junior.in football. REASONABLE PRICES fro;it of the p~.ck in Parkland A three-way tie for first place will play a full game., Aft.or the T~e varsity will carry· eleven Easy Mori-thly Payments ~mlders play as .Paul Shumway's resulted Saturday as Monte opening draw, the teams' will be men this winter while the reserve "46 . and 209. scores helped the Brown's forces were dropped paired off for a full half. Conso~ squad will probably he composed 84th & Pac. Ave. GR 4-9515 pace setters immeasurably. Gene twice by the Janice Orshal's latiqn losers will meE!t alter half- of 13 men. Olson, Blue Spruc.e Service, how- group. Heida! and Beckst(lad's time rtnd the championship game @ ever, h.ad high three-game were able t.o jump into the tic will coristitute\J:ie fina\ action of score with lci0-200-199-;--549. The with the Browns. all having the night's· activities. Motors arc two games 111 front in . . . . . ·' , ·J' G · d identical 16-10 records. Fmcham will. probably start Cal tl1e. won- 1ost co1umn .. wit i ,or ,.. • CJ· · t · ·h ·· ·· d D I · N' I t ie's Auto Sales and Blue S rnce . ' " . .u·is C>p • an a e ·.. le sen a . . . . h b h' d P Ethel Markham nncl her l:>0-182fonyards, Gary Gregg. at center, S Cl'VJCC !"lg t e ll1 • 170 50" . . 1 . .. h . d . . h -O & · d en t ·Mereh ants sa1A' u string was tops m tie Dave.Le1g an.· E.· d . Hagen at t e I n d epen · · · . ·r· R f . t' S . league last week as well as begu. ards. All le. ttered last. year and. GI P ac1 ic e r1gera_ 1on erv1cc run . . -. - - . · - · ·- · . d h d .th · rng high for the entire. womens have experience but lack he1ghth . h ·.d h 1g MORNING .COFFEE BREAK 8:00 - 10:00 A.M. . w1 c ,an an some w1 36 .• · · · b.· h p . . IGA secdon. · d 'ls 1 w . .1th Gregg emg t e tallest man COF'FEE 5~ - DO~UTS 4c .. vnns an osses. ac111c · · . ·a.: ~- _ - <· . ~ · n.· "II · h at 6-1. Pushm··" ohe. star tc.1s a. pe an d Dar1 Iner sr.-1 eyeing t c ,. -~ - ·· :·- -: d guar .Tom Jones • and t op spo t,. - S l'd Don·.~ Icy ,s .p1~0 d'1g.. _ )Unio1·. < · -.. - . - -· · . 21 3 an.cl· Jeft.Y- B0 b All d' A.· LL· WORK • llO . phomore···.· . qva1.·.d..... Miland iotcs · ·· .Krumpo~' and Jo th~{{V-m uil.doubt. - ar s 534 were two of the better porGUARANTEED dl , h: · 1· · · e. ".:{ see cavy ac"1on.

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. . . Basketball is m. full swmg th. roughout the.nation as colleges . al . h h ·· b· · an d h 1g. sc .. 001s egm t 1:e annu melcc. All hope to duplicate. the performance of the profess10nal · h ff . Doston C.eItics . w ,o are. o _t.o a v·2at start m the National Baskctball League. Some . will · and some won't. This reporter hopes .. · your favorires come out sm:>lling like roses. , . A must ·for any cage fan and · . . coaches and players alike are the \1asketball yearbooks no'; ?n sale at the newsstands. Contammg the season outlook and dopmg the . .· outstandmg cage stars and coach· one can b e a w e.lk" es, ·mg bask etball encyclopedia after rigesting

With three games already past them, ,the Pacific Lutheran Gladiators meet the Buchan's Bakers "' . ht , a t 8 p.rn. in. · tlle ua t ur d ay n1g_ PT C Tl B 1 L• r;ym. ie ,a <ers arc mcmbers ~f the North»;,est AAU Leacrue an d are Iorrner AAU . c h an1p· ~ . f I t' 10,1s o tie nr. 10n. M on d ay an d Tuesd ay everungs · · k~ t h e L uth erans, w· h o o f th. - is ·\Vee ' . cr.mn1.lcd a phenommal ~8-1 rec-

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Richard Curtiss, Bethel school Jones, Matsha Selden, Bob·· district numbe·r. music of. g·.am.·.e.s director ...... ··. ·...has · ·.·.·_· an·.· ..···_··.·co···m··· Berka_,•.·.· sRobert ed·· ·.· ·.·.·_· .o· · ·f· · R· _.iBarker, .•.c···.h···ar··. . d······.B.o···l Norm . e_..• m_ . . ·.• T.·o·m···· Pat-, end will be available at the door ed that. 11 f th'. . e/,d. ton and RoSiilie Eveleth.' '• .po·.

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!i::W,: t(:;'. 7 :p.p•. and then.,, Booster Club recently .voted to. t.he ~a,µditori~ :w.ill ~--.cle{lred. set . the purchase . . of=. . !forms . . __ · as · .to. star:t_, ·.µie;_ ·, . g~mey.: . . . . The : ,gf\Illei;·. their Prc_>Ject for this year,, The will be.pl~yJl(l unti) ~() J!.m: and, fun?s rrused from.this affair will· turkeys_~. 81~.h;rm._s. will:_~. of.fe. r-. , go mto this fund. ed as . pm;es. A: S!lflCl!l.l award . -. . · . .

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LOCATIONS .TO SERVE YOU VILLA PLAZA 'LAK~OOD .

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Right To Limit


Times journal v 13 no 13 dec 5, 1957  
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