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Claus will make a special l1·ip to greet good li.ttlc boys and girls !rem 1:00 till 5:00 p.m. The large. well arranged room -provides an1ple i.voi'·king space as well as lots of room to display tJ1c• fine assortment of small electrical uppllanr.es so popular r;_ght new for Christmas gifts. These in(:JuJlc_ fry pans, toasters, mixei·s, electric blankets. portable heatcn;, etc. \Vl'st.inghouse appli::l!1ccs' arr featured throughout most of thro line. Christmas tree lights for indoor and outdoor use aro offered. For the do-it-yourself home O\\•ners there is u good stock of ".viring supplies and fixtures. Pearl Electric, opened in Parkland three years ago at 307 South 1iJ6th street, provides all types of electrical wiring, residential nad commercial, with fine faciliLics for maintcnn.nce \Vork. Free estimates on all jobs, large and sn1all, y rill be given on re-

Impressive Ceremonies Highlight 'Consecration of New Sanctuary WAYS & MEANS Pictured above f!Te tbree men with a problem! Left to right, Earl ftau, Arthur \Ving ancl Wes McKewen, ponder plans for giving children of the Parkland area a Christmas treat even bigger and better than the offering of former years. Mr; Wing, who has handled this chore so capably in the. past, is again serving as chairman of the Christmas Treat committee for the. Parkland Business club and local stores, ancl. has drafted Mr. nau and Mr. McKcwen as his asssist- gan foe current Advent-Christants. Together they are studying price .lists of dcs.irable .candies (the "Ways" of 'the project); later they wiil collect funds to buy the treat (the •·Mea11s"). The date for the treat, wi.th infonna 7 mas Season by receiving into tion concerning ,the entertainment to be offered, will be published next week. McRewen Photc> membership eignt new members . .... .. ... ...... _ ..= ....... ......... --,..,. bv ,. profession of faith and con_,,.,....~.......... _ ..~.... --.~~-·~... · firmation at the services Sun day ~.~

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JOYOUS ·OCCASION. - Snnday marked the first stage in rcaiizlng ,,; dream of years for the Parkland Methodist church. For the jla5t .several years the growth of the congregation has made ~he ' sanctuary at 12152 Pacific avenue inadequate; the Sunday consecration of tne reccnt1.y acquired buildi11 gwas therefore an occasion for r£joicing and inspiration. Pictured above; in charge of the cer.emnnies, are; l<ift to right: The Rev. Donald Nothdurft, pastor of ihe church; Charles Peterson, president of the Parkland Methodist board of trustees; Bishop A. Raymond Grant of the Portland Area of the Methodist church; The Hev. Dr. Clark J. Wood, superintendent of the Seattle-Tacoma district. . Photo by McKewen

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\Visconsi.n cluh of Tacoma will lwld the potluck Christmn~ puriy S1'nday, Dec. 15. at 6:00 p. 111. in l he basement of 1he Odd Fellows T<cmplc, Sixth am! Fawcett avc-

Pouring will lie Mrs. Dclwcn Janes of the Clover Park district, Mrs. Dcwane Lamka of the l3ethel district, l\1'rs. Leo Gaume and ]\fr,;, Morris Ford. of the Franklin Pierce disti·ict-. The Pacific Lutheran College choir will present. a program of Chri~trn;i.~ n:u:;;ic under tlireClion of Gl!nna Malmin.

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members .of q1e fire department urge_ e1leryonc to use nil caution to prevent fire when decorati'ng their liomcs for the holidays.

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Parkland Slorists, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Behme>;;, will hold an open house showing of Christmas flowci·s and arrangements Sunday afternoon, 2:00 to 6:00 o'clock, at the attn;ctivc shop at J25th and Pacific avenue. D()uglas E. Fabry Farmers Mutual Ins. Co. The interestin,; displays will Dec. 14, in the Masonic hali at Auto - Fire - Liability feature Christmas decorations and BARBER SHpP and centerpieces. Refreshments ~4th ai:d Pa:k ~venue. The public J. J. GUNNS Agency Waller Road Grange will hold will be served and a special 1s cordially mv1ted. ;:Hl3 East 176th LE ~'-7757 A full list of the new officers its annual Chr,istmas party .Fri- award given. The public is cord2 Blocks East of Transformers of the .Parkland Lod:;~ wiU apday, Dec. 20, beginning with pot- ially invited lo alforn!. Spanaway pt'a1· m n'"'t weeks Times luck supper at 6:30 p.m. A lively J ournal . Christn1a.s progrn.111 and pilrty \rilJ .l"iom,..S Pl1010 1 M 1~ follow. ::Iii '"" ""u I · lY '.c ewen The dfoir is planned fo1• Grange n1cmbc:-s and their fan1Parkinq There will be a Christmas par0 SWQ'ZjE!!n . · U ilics. For the gift exchange, it is · ·n The· .Volkswag !.y on Tl nu·s d ay, . cc. 19, at t 11c " ..m club . . of Tacorequested that presents be markma will· honor Miss Bar1mra James Sales Grange for all . " . .• . hl ed for m•c>n or women, small child G . f am1.11c:;. Mann. Tacoma, at Tb. its mont . rangers an. d .tJ101r . . ·d· . ·. Y er older child. with the child. . mcctrng, 8:00 p.m., .. ur5 ay, at The.. )Jotluck darner 11. 5631)• S out . l1 Tacoma .. · ...W ay. ncn's gifts suitable for either boys · · at 6:30 · . ., . · . . ·' . .b m. will be followed.. by a Christ.- · or :girls. · ,Miss ""'J.ann, a ·c11<-t.rter mcm. e.r mas program. which will include d tJ l t' . . 'd , 1 , As has been the custom in prc· . . . an lC e uo o re ·1nng prcs1 cnu vjous :vcats. the. Grangcrs 'vill an exchange of gifts limited to [or 195 7 . "'ill he honored for hci· . :service ·to the club during its als~ bring ·articles oi food for a 50 cents in value. Santa Claus is expected to ar- first year of existence. Miss.Mann Christnms box fm· a needy fame rive with a treat. for everyone. was elected vicc-prnsidcnt .. in ily. All Grangers and their families January and later succeeded a and friends arc welcome. former Lahewood resident, Ba'rry Larrazolo. to the presidency when Fashion conscious beyond Meeth19 he moved to New Mexico. her years .. , but no shoe 'lhc Washington State Space Other business includes plandub will 1i1cet Saturday, Dec. 14, riin~ a Christmas party and tl'.e problem at. all. 7::.io p.m. in the auditorium of ouLmmg of events for the duh s . . b the Tacoma public library. The first. gymkhanna car rally to e c]cdion of officc1·s will take 111acc, held ·at a future date. . followed by shO\\cing ·of a movie At.. the . coffee holll' followmg · ,,,,. 1. "Sti·angc c;1sc of the Cosn1ic the mcctmg, ~·lrs. Jerry St er, H,;-iy'• a 5cicntific journey into 108M A St.., wi 11 SCl'VC cake aml . ._ J outer space. No drn.rgc for ad- Otto Bendel, Tacoma, w111 ma rn coffee. mission; public wclco1i1c. The club's four officers. Jerry c•·1 ·I CD l., JO''O. ' _St. oJi er, prCbll _ c..:, I .n.. ·., 1'frs. Leib Brislin, vice-president., Fife; Mis:; J\rcctha B. Alldrc, secand Norman

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morning, Dec. 1. The new. members are Donald M. Craigmead, Mrs. Evelyn Kramer, Mr. and },frs James Langseth, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stroh, Mr. and Mrs. I-I V. Ttirpeinen. Parkland Ev;mgelieal Lutheran Church is located at J.23rd and Pacific. The Rev. EL A. Thieste is the pastor.

A new sanctuary for the Methodist congregation in Parkland was opened for \Vorship in impressive ceremonies on Sunday, .Decemoer 8. Bishop A. Raymond Grant of the Portland Area of the Methodist Church ·was present to preach and consecrate the remodeled army chapel at 123rd and "Av S.treets at the evening service. The morning worship service included a "ceremony of transfer" when the entire congregation mai·ched in proce;ision from the old sanctuary to the new one 21/~ blocks away.

At the 7:45 p.m. service ChariPeterson president of the ' . Parkland Methodist board of trustees, presented the keys of the building to Bishop Grant who then declared it open for worship. In hh; brief presentation address, Mr. Peterson expressed nppreciation to the ·numerous men, Han- women and youth wlio had contributed many hours.of volunteer U! .l6· ·1ctes u.roq 'uCJ.i.rn.!I aunt:'} ing the cash cost by hundreds oi dollars.

day morning, Dec. 8, in the same baptismal water with his uncle Eric Grover Hansen, son of Marvin and Ger-enc Hnns2n) ho-rn Nov. 9 at St. Joseph hospital, Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. James Ferren reside at 138t.h Street S~uth and Yakima. Mrs. Farron (Ly1rne) h; the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hansen who reside at So. 146th and Pacific. Marvin Hansen is associated with u;e Tacoma Pump and Well Dri1ling Co.

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for Father Son Set " · l '. f 1· ti 1v1c1nor1a services 01· \.cnnc .1 P. \Voerner, 32, and his son, D m , o ·11 b 1 au 1 . oug1as YV ocrnori o, ,,,-1 c hold at :J:OO o'clock Saturday ! n1 · t l1c F'u·s t a ft crnoon, Il cc. 1 '·, ]\'·1cti10 d'1s t ciuJc I . h , 1'"'-1 E·as t .... """ Legion Way, Olympia. The Rev. R <wcr, 1. t A .U p lJO f'1, pas t.or o l th e church, will officiate. The father and son were Jll'esnmably drowned Nov. , • Sunday, , lO, when m 1 a fisl:mg tnp on th.e Souild with a nmghbor. and Ins ;voling son.

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there was an error in the item pertaining to the petitions asking for continuance of the prnsent Tacoma Transit Co. bus service. The petitions will be collected on Friday, Dec. 20, between 5:00 and 6:00 p. m. Also, petitions may be signed at Rudy's Feed & Seed Co. at 14660 Pacific ave., in addition to the locations listed.

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as its pastor for several years in the early thirties. Rev. Donald Nothdurft, the present minister, presided at the Consecration service which was attended by a number of laymen and ministers from neighboring Methodist churches. Among those present_ 'vas the Rev. William Andrews. and '.fomily, formerly mm1ster of ·this church and now serving the Highline Methodist church in Seattle. The service of worship at the morning hour was concluded v.rith the congregation n1oving in procession from ihe · old to the nc'v Sn.nrtun1~s» Son1c of the s'ym-· bols and instruments of worship i.verc carried to th2 1191..:.~ sanctu~ ary by leading laymen of the cburch symbolizing a "bridge" from the past t.o the future and the transfer of the sanctmu-y from one builcling le another." Hcv. Not.hdurft led the pro· cession can·ying tJ1c pulpit Bible '\·hkh ,;·as then OJJened in the new sanctuary and Psalm 100 was i·ead. The altar cross was caafod by the Charge Lay Leader, Wilbur Jtobcrts and the two cai1dlest.icl;s ·were, ca1"1"ied by t.hc president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and lhc president of the Methodist Men. Mrs. Chal'lcs Peterson and Clyde Soutl1all, rcspcdivcly. Tra\'crs Drye!\ chair1nan of the officiaJ board carried the baptismal while the offei·ing i1latcs wcr8 cni;rkrl by the president of the board of trnstccs. Charles. Peterson. Miss Marian Sears, ·;,resident of the

ct.ien now at lwo locations: All worship services will he held in the sanctuary at 12183 "A" St., while the Sunday school, fcllowship hall, church office and parsonage will be at 12152 Pacific avenue. F;iturc plans call for the en1argihg of the structure on "r\" street to accommodate these other functions of the church as rapidly as finances permit.

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with any shO\v .that needed 1heir parlicular brund of perlorman(;e. Mr. Holloway poinfod out that as in r.Oany businesses, .vel'snti11ty i,viis_ a big thing a11d something. you re,illy needed. H you cm1Jd down as wdl as be an a~robat, or assist with some olhe1 act, this was all to the ad vant· nge. Included in the long and fnsl' inating itinerfl'.ry of the llolloway s~g~. ·are .. excul-sionS :into ,the· field of .rncl;o as program director, a le~ture $erie.s _for scryicc organizations, Writing children's stories (this in California while hei.was »ffilliated \V,ith the \'MCA, forming a toy company .in Downey, Cal. culled "Ideas. Unlimited" which, as Mr. Hollow;y states "I slmply didn't have time to pm:sue". Possibly the most unorthodm: of nll his varied duties in

If you don't mind our bi·ngc ging a little - we have some top ""go tia tors in the Central Avenue district. That's what iL takes, when you're trying to put up something for nothing boys who c:an bring horne the baC'on. What we needed just ii.ow was about 4.000 foet of 2-inch ear d12cking for thD floor of. the Summit Youth CenLer. And if :·1ou think you can get thnt for a wng, take ten bi.,cks. and see how much you can buy. Why, you couldn't. get enough to putch a hole in the old cow barn lloor.

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of the Summit Methodist church collected $19.1!5 for UNGEF on Halloween and have received a certific.ate. from the national organization for their fine· work. They wish to thank the "good ~CA _,_ ~ <:::::-===~== • neighbors" who helped with their \JliJRl':o~S P 0 BOX 2008. PAR'{LAND. WASHINGTON contributions. Bartley - Douglas l1Uth and l'acitic Avenue Phone LEnox 7-0223 Patricia Ahn Bartley of PuyJACK BROWN ..............•..........•........•• PUBLISHER allup and Corp. Jean Edward NEVA T. HONEYWELL ..•..•........•................. EDITOR Douglas were married Saturday VALERIE IMM .................................... ADV. MNGR. afternoon, Dec. 7, in the Summit ESTHEg GODDARD ..••..........••••.•..•••.•.. ADVERTISING Methodist church by the Rev. RON FRANK ................................ SPORTS EDITOR John Besant, the pasto~, .in tbe KE:NNETH .POTTLE •...••••••.•. , .•••• SHOP SUPERINTENDENT impressive \iouble-ring ceremony WE.9. McKEWEN ............................. PHOTOGRAPHER pefore 1the altar banked with phlox and chrysanthemums. Qualified as a Legal Publication under Chapter 213 of the LegisThe bride, in white with long lative Acts of the 1941 Regular Session of the State of Wash. matching veil, carried a boullehvered free by U. S .. Mail to all homes in tho trade territory. quet of roses and was given in \.'nid subscriptions elsewnere! marriage by her uncle, Dean R. 'n Wash. State $:.l.50 per year; outside the state, $3.00 per year. Iorone of Seattle. Joyce Barnes ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST of Puyallup was maid of honor; Robin Adams of Renton was best ma11. S lH~fi1lI1! of pine cones. After lunch memGuests included Mrs. Helen bers will exchange gifts. Bartley of Puyallup, mother of Busy Chix the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. At a meeting Dec. 7, the fir~t­ Iorone, Mrs. D.. B. Iodone und year members of the Summit children of Redmond, Mr. and Dusy Chix club received their first Mrs. William Sundberg and 'l'he Christmas program of lesson in the 4-H booklet Know Central Avenue Preschool and Yonr Sewing Machine," the les- daughters of Tacoma; Mr. and P-TA will bo held in the school son given by Junior Leader Mar- Mrs. George Elliott Jr. and sons, multipurpose room Tuesday, Dec. riane Morton. A group demon- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Elliott and Miss Joan Lazer, all of Renton; 17, at 7:30 p.m. stration, "Learning Abotit Cloth," Mr. and Mrs. H. Erickson of Mrs. Charles Tennent, kinder- was given by Barbara Kenzler, Kent; Mrs. Louise Barrett, Mrs. garten teadter,. will present the Carol Alexander, Sandra Moore, Nadine Cox and Mrs. Olga Kropf group und Mrs. LeRoy Carlson, Noreen Houtz and Linda Harringof Edgemont. Central Avenue music teacher, ton. Dec. 21 41 the club" plans to The new home wHI be in will direct the pupils from the have a Christmas party at the Georgia where Corp. Douglas is 4th to 8th grades in musical home of one of the members. stationed. numbers. Stock Raisers June Bugs The Summit Stock Raisers 4-H Garden Club Party The June Bug Garden club will club met at the George Haaland The Clover Creek Garden club meet with Mrs. Arnold Thomp- home on Airport road and reson Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., Mrs. organized the club for 1957-58. will hold a Christmas party FriRobert Albaugh and Mrs. Edward The following officers were elect- day, Dec. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the Hansen assisting. For roll call ed: President, Trygve Haalend; home of the president, Mrs. W. each member will wear a corsage vice president, Bill Irish; secre- H. Danforth. It is a no-host party. Members tary, Kenneth Peterson; treasurer, David Peterson; reporter, Ed- are asked to bring canned goods die Irish. A Christmas party will and trnats for a needy family. HOME SERVICE be held Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at ~----~---~~ OUR SPECIALTY the Casper Irish home, 10405 East LEGAL Also Commcrca! [nstallations Burnett. Gifts will be exchanged. Full Line Schorn Paints BUILDINGS TO Bl~ MOVED Storm Vvindows and Doors Back From Trip OR RAZED Instal1ed FOR SALE AT AUCTION . Mr. and Mrs.Jiarry Tweed have FREE ESTIMATES 1·eturned home after a month's 10:00 A. M.. PARKLAND, DECEil'!BER 17, 1957. vacation trip, going first by plane By the STATE OF WASHINGto Hawaii, then returning for TON, DEPARTMENT OF HIGH&GLASS two weeks in California. WAYS, to the high"'8t and best LE 7-5661 1:3021 Pacific The Senior Youth Fellowship bidder: The following improvements, together with shrubs, plants, etc., wi)l be offered for sale at public auction on December 17, 1957, starting at 10:00 a.m., at the sites of the property. in the order o Razors · • Can].eras listed. Purchaser is required to El Toiletries e Jewelry MAKE PAYMENT IN FULL AT TIME OF SALE and to remove FREE DRA \VING purchased items and resultant For 34-Pc. American Flyer debris from State Highway Prop:Freight Set. Register .Now! erty by February 17, 1958, otherwise. the purchaser shall forfeit McAULEY SUMMlT DRUG all rights to su~h. improy!'m.ents and all payments.made. tlfcrcfor, Weekdays: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m~ · Sundays; 9 a:m. - 6 p.m. Further, the purchaser shall indemnity and save the State harmLEnox 7-0668 less from any and all claims occasioned by said removal. The State reserves. the right to withdraw. any parcel from the sale and to reject any and all bids. Order of sale; 1; Parcel No. 16828, 29 & 30; Description and Location: NEW 1-story Frame WILL DELIVER HAVE FEED House .1109 South l09th Street. Order of sale: 2; Parcel No. 16890; Description and Location: A Garage, 10814 South Broadway. 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Chicagr>, lll. - 8/l .';'\1 - Unofficial flying disc. investigator~ i.hat an J\_i1·. 1-.:'.orce, jet cl~ased a hi& and speedy "circular object" in the Far East last December. They said the jet got five mik.'> cf the objcd hcfoi'C it flew off at a speed between and 2,JGO miles per hour, The report was made by the o.l In vestig~1tions Co1nl11itt~.~ . on Aerial P~~nomena .h1 i.ts monthly m'.1g·,J7.ine, '.'UFO. Investigator." The Air Force had no iinmr.'diatc comment. The NICAP said a "Far East Air For.ce office" bd advisecl that an unidentil'ied, j~l pilot i)icked up the "UFO" as strange "blip" on his mdor scl'l::m, n11d. ~tarted p()rsuit at lnore 1hnn 800 miles per hour.• ..At 8 miles range,'' it quoted the Far l;:ast report, "a large round ohj10>ct appeared directly ahead. By this lime ,th;, jet's rada1· was it\ "lock-on'• position, automatically guidthe jc·t toward the UFO, A. moment later, the radar was jalnby. a stron1; interference. Using antijam prncedure,. the pilot ';witched frr,9uenry. For ten seconds this eliminated. the mysterious interference pulses, then they. came again on the new freBut they were noi strong enough to break the radal' lock1he jct held iti; cou1·se. The jet closed to wH,h:n 5 1putical miks of the object and could. not ~.lose further." The NICAP said t.lw pilct reported that the ohjcot wus a golden-tan in color and had Uie appearance of being circular on the bottom. It quoted him as it mad<' a sha1lqw left tunl, then mm'ed up and away at an speed nf h2twecn 1,800. and 2,1GO miles an horn-. ;::

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Christmas party to be heid in tho hall on Dcceniber lhe 15th. Mrs. Glen Krogh. is general chairman for this . nnnuetl e\'Cnt nnd . will be n.ss 1st.ed b~r he1· co~cluurb!ln '11" !l1c' l.'• ~. \\'a1t · '- • e 1· ()\s<'n · · °nt1 ~~ · _ -- l"'''." frcshment dwirman. lvlrs. Donald Kemp,. whu wrn bo nssistcd by Mrs, .Jnmr:s Gill. Host!'sse;s for the meetmg were Mesumnes Halph Taylor and Floyd Ayers. Because the first Wednesday of J,muary is New Ycar\: Day, the next meetinfj Vllll he on 'Thursday, ,Jan. 2. · Altar Society Members of the SL John 0£ tha vVoocls Altar Society held their Christn1as exchange 1nocting, Thursday, Dec. 5, in the Midland Impmwment club J,,,]J. 11rs. Peter Coleman Jr. prcosidc'd over the business sessio!l in the absence of the presidl'nt, 1\·lr::i. V{alter Vailencour, \Vho \vns ill. The circle of 0Ltr Lad.Y OJ.' Perpettwl HPlp was hostc:ss for a delicious holiday luncheon, using tho turkey donated by Mrs. Alfred Winterton .Plans were made for the 1.:focturnal Devotion, the Christmas deaning and the annual Christmas party for all the parish children. Chairmen for the party were Mesdames Harry Budke, William McPhee and M. l\L Kimball, assisted by Mrs. Pder Coleman Jr. and Mrs. William Gwynn in charge 'of the refreshments St, Cecilia Circle 0

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Thursday, December 12, ·1957 The TIMES- JOURNAL SCREENED TOP SOIL N" rocks or roots. Crushed Rock, Drain Gravel, Fill Dirt and Screened Road Gravel that packs. Hilltop Gravel Co., 23rd Ave. S.E., Puyallup, TH 5-2198. · · ·· 3ctf ~EPTIC

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2 ACRE FARM ,-. :MIDLAND THIS very attractive 2 bedroom home; with large and small chicken house, pl us small barn. Very good soil, and close to city bus. Just a dandy small farm, and only $10,000,00. Buy owner's $2500 equity and assume mortgage, ·FHA. 1 ACRE CLOSE.IN - NEAR VIALLER ROAD 3 BEDROOM -with basement, completely remodeled, and all new plumbLrig fixtures, Bus by door; good chicken house, You can move right in for only $1000 down mbd EZ payments.•MODERN 2 BEDROOM FOR FARM HAVE $2200 equity in this very attractive home with attached ga-rav,e. Wi!J SWAP equity fm; equity or <lawn payment on srru1IJ farrn, or '\Vi11 teke trailer, etc. MR ..BLACK: Eves. LE 7-3272 or MR. O'LEARY: LE 7-5292.

FOR SALE-Oat and clover hay, $25 per ton. Call evenings, LE "'-1''l72. 1,3c!tf HAY, 75c and 80c a bale, or by . ton;· green clovcY nnd gra..,Bs. Will buy or pasture livestock. Thorn Tibbitts, Rt. 1, Box_ 340 Spanavva.y; \TI 7-7427. 13c14 EASTERN WASHINGTON HAY, by the bale, ton ·or truck load; J. A. Dove, phone LE 7-6709. 13ctf

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FOR .SALE, - 8 room home; 5 SALISH AN bedrooms; fruit trees, fenced, $500.00 DOWN new roof; in 'Eatonville; $4500; GOV'T. HOUSING. MOVE RIGHT IN phone Eatonville 'l'Errace 2DAILEY & EKMAN, registered BRONZED BABY SHOES - Tin;y NEWLY decorated extra large 2 4461. For Sale To Be Moved 9p14 piano. tuners; workmariship Tots Metalizing Co., P. 0. Box bedroom home in good South Framed To Standard Code 323, Spanaway; LE 7-7922. 3ctf end location. Large kitchen and ,~ R ,i 1 guaranteed. Buy - Rent - Sell. already fixed up r..icely -···-----FU 3-3283. 3cl9 10 many en I am; in your area. Your best buy PAINTING, sheetrock taping and dinette, fenced yard, mortgage . balance on 41h% G.L loan. Bob in rentals, home, or cottage texturing; LE 7-8564. 3ctf Anderson, LE 7 -3894 or LE . 7 - FOR RENT Power mowers, 2 BR 25x31 delivered at ~il800, 8609. Rh3 hand tools, garden tools, spray 3 BR 2 25x36 delivered at $2000, OIL BILL TOO HIGH? Save 219 E. 104th w;ill be available gunJ, sanders, plumbing tools, little higher on difficult moves money! Call MAJOR OIL CO. Septic Tanks Cleaned . LE 7 -3644. 3ctf l'lhout January First for posses- powex tools, etc. A tool for good windovrs, doors, oak floors, sion to. buyer with $1200 down. evexy job. South End Plumbing plumbing, refrigerator, insulation 0. 0. ACKLEY fill ..JI There are 3 bedrooms, l!J.xge and Hardware Phone LE 7-4100 studding - fix4s on 16" LE 7-<1343 LE 7-7882 m©iftg living room with dining afoove . 10ctf lx4 t&G subfloors and the backyard is fenced. As· trusses - 2x6s on 24" CANYON ROAD GRAVEL & .All makes of furnaces for sale; sumc G.L balance at $61.50 mo. FOR RENT - Spanaway duplex Best Project Houses Being Sold SUPPLY; pick-ups and trailers specializing in Williams OIL '0' Jennie, LE 1"1210 eves., LE 7- apt., nicely furnished. Three Housing Sales Office MATICS; Oil, Gas, Hot Water 8609 days 1 loaded or we haul; LE 7-7586 Sbl roon1s, p1us uiti] ity and garage, 4409 E. Grandview. (Go out 3ctf Installations, Service; reason$55 includes everything but Portland Ave. to 44 th, left HOME AND INCOME able; 755 South 108th, LE 710ct! to Grandview), Tacoma 4, '1,Vn. Whell'il ir C(l)mes to saving money, get the whole famny into 4045, 3ctf FOR the dollars invested this is heat. LE 7-4221. one of the best 3-m1it apart-· --·--------- ph. GR 4-01;).L Hours 9: to 6. t~H.':' a~~·. JcruJll'fl'!Cd wm t:U:lly ment house and 2 bedi'oom FOR RENT 3-beclroom house. SMITH CABINET SHOP - REMODELING, carpenter work, home on 5 lots in Parkl1md. Immediate possession, Spana- ASSUME $5 monthly payments b!g d~vadends! let Mom and Pop al!1ld the .kid§ h!!Hiiiit for b©irm kitchen cabinets; we stock and Asking $15,250. Mortgage bal- way, Enst B St. Call after 6 p,m. on SINGER portable electric ance on ,4% % GJ. loan. Bob VI 7-7367. 10c14 sewing machine; only $28 bal~@~~s (\JU!lil:~ yo~·n ·sm~~ufaed ©It s~'©!il't cut glass; 16309 South P'itrk, Spanaway; LE 7-7919. 3ctf Anderson, LE 7c3394 or LE, 7- ----------------------- ance; frnc hon1c dcmonstrg,_t.ian; homes, furnishTWO BEuROOM open till 9:00 p.m. UPTON 8609. Ca20 ~~@W i'flli$ C·OP}' of the Times Journcd. ' 3 . . BEDROOM home with part ed and unfurnished, $45 & $50; ELECTEIC CO .. 1148 Market St., _,._............ ....... =........,._.,.,rn_ 10c14 FU 3-2551. 15cl4 basement, fireplace, lots of cab- VI 7-7127. TAP, ACR.OBATIC, BALLET andl, ROCK HOUNDS Lapidary FOR SALE - Nearlv n2w 111C)uton inets, 1 1,2 baths, possible apartFOR RENT 3 Bedroom unfLirnELECTRIC SINGER portable sew- B·.',.i. _. . T~~ classes; all. :-iagcs; J\1Iild-".·~· m~ch~nery. saw . blad~.s, f.u1.~ coat, ·n1edium .~ize, S50;. n_ ice ment in garage building, private red Ke,Ier; LE 7-7881. 15ctf;,, gnndmg wheels, tumblmg gnts Christmas rrift' LE 7-6728 afte1' greenhouse with steam heaf ished homG with fenced yard & ing mo.chine; you pay $18.80 Hot Water Heating --------- _ ; and polish. mountings, cabochon 6:00 or we~ke,rids. 15c15 plant \vhich is connected to the gai·den spot. GR 4-3652. 10cl4 · repair bill and take it; 5-140 So. Residential and TACOMA UPHOLSTERY ---·11: and jewelry made to order.from _- ,,,--~-. .-.---.-------------·---·----Tacoma Way. 15ctf home. $1500 down and move in FOR RENT - Deluxe apartment ------Special on reupholstering dav- ~ your s!:onos or ours; also made- "'"30 'YEARS A WATCH TOWER. Remodel Work January l·st. Jennie, LE 7-8609 $67.50 month; 12605 Pacific enport, chair, as low as $129. up jewelery and gifts. Tumbled, SL,A VE - 'I'he confessions of a JUDO oa JUJITSU LESSONS days or LE 1-1210 eves. Sd- Avenue. CORNELL 10cl4 Children and adult classes. Davenos $49.00. Rocker, $29; rough slabbed agate. Custom convmted Jehovah's \Vitness". 2 BUILDING SITES at Pear and PLUMBING & HEATING Free estimates; GR 2-6955, LE 7slabbing 5c per inch. Tumbling. 207 , pages; LE 7-7102. 15ctf TRAILER SPACE~$17.50 month. Mon. & Wed. evenings. 1714 Fruitland Avenue near the 15ctf Open. days and evenings, also -·---_ -----.-------'·-HOUSE MOVING Leveling, E, WA 2-6363 15ctf 0327. LEnox 7-7293 Carport, sewer, etc.; 12G05 Pa- Court Woodland School. Jennie, LE 7--·----------Sunday. Clark's Agate Shop, FLIGHT OFFICER shipped out; foundations; .~ement worK A~8 cific Avenue. 10c14 SPECIAL ORDERS CAKES8605 Pacific Ave,, Tacoma, GR '.·eturned ~ECCHI portable sewfree estimates; SK 9-2653. 3ctf TOP SOIL and fill dirt; crushed 8609 or LE! 1-l2JO eves. rock Utah coal· LE 7-3536 or CALL US nght away for details . . . 4-1618. 15ctf mg machme; zig-zag attachPhone LE 7-3330. Patty Ann Pnv~llup TH-5-2038. · 3ctf on these or to inquire about 1"01{ RgN'l' - Large unfurmshed BA kerv mm;it, etc.; balance to pay 15ctl .,. 11u11~ 111111111111 mmm•m•m•••-••ni51 ar.:. the many, many others that \Ve ~partn1e~t1 4 rooms a.nd ba~h, \".'ILL SELL ajightly used elec- $47.50; 5440 South Tacoma Wa);, II · ell:ll'!llt..I LIU JI. have. Bob Anderson: LE 7-389'1 m the Parkland C~ntre ~Ing; 13c2::l tronic crgan· at a sacrifice price : lr'iii!l'U'U 11\UI!.. or ,Tennie, LE 7-8609 or LE 1- ,call the manager, LE l-04•l0. of less than . $600.00. Cash or 1210· BABY SHOP terms; call GR 4-0605. 15c14 BRADLEY GARDEN TRACTOR . _. _ ______ 1.0cH Satisfaction Guaranteed with piow, drag arid cultivator; II · II Jenme L. Gro1h1g FOR RENT Clean 3-room Everything For Baby NORGE REFRIGERATOR 10 sell 01· trade foe livestock; 221 Free Tube 'fcsting Including COMPLETE = Parkland R.ealka Co. house; electric ranp. oil heat: Cu. Ft., clean, good condition, East 126th. 15c14 Juvenile Furniture II BEAUTY SERVICE e "I Mar McChord; LE 1-4703. 10c1'1 Dick KirstGn, Rt. l, Box 46, 82371/z Park Ave. GR 4-3177 Insurance of All ~inds 9618 Pac. Ave, LE 7-4664r Roy; phone Yelm 3679. 15c14 FOR SALE - Brand new 3-piece S P.ANAWAY ~111111111111111111n11.ra1111m••111111m1&ma•••~ ® Repair Service I I Notarry Pubhc curved sectional. Gold threau LICENSED CHILD CARE - ExLan color. Foa1n Rubber cushM SEPTIC TANK PUMPING - Re· Est. in Parkland Sin~e 1941 ELECTRIC DistriblVlting Coe ELECTROLUX cellent facilities. LE 7-4865. WASHING MACHINE PARTS ions. Over $300 value. Ideal for place and repair work. 3 years LE 7-8609 Office FAMILY trouble caused this nice CONTRACTORS Your Fuel Oil & Appliance 15c14 Largest stodt in town. Repairto pay; JU 8-8734 - GR 4-5945. S02 Garfielcl St.; l?arkland Dealer vr.cuurn cleaner to come back a family Christmas gift. SacriResidential & 'Commercial ing that pleases. BB's ·washer 3ct! ' 'D ea1 wit , h .t h e people<, w h o give . with only $29 due; pay off al fice for only $150. LE 7-7429. Heating ·Specialists LE 7-8624 HOth & Pacific Service, 3727 So. G. GR 4-9409. 15c14 $5.00 each month and get free LE 7-7.064 LE 7-4792 •GEORGE PURDUE - Plumbing, you their personal attention."' 1lctf bom0 <lemonstraticn; open till Heating. New work, remodelFOR SALE Siegler beaters 9:00 p.m; UPTON ELECTRIC FOR SALE - Due-Therm 5-room GRA VEh - All sizes; top soil; ing, Repairs. Phone LE 7-4477. Home & Farm B~reau ~ Automotiv€21 12 at Parkland Fuel Oil Service; CO., 1148 Market SL, FU 3-2551 oil heater $10; Magnetic jig saw leveling; weekend deliveries; LE 7-0256; 129th & Pacific Ave. ' 15c14 $D; 3-speed Silvcrton·e phonoLE 7-7291. ' 3ctt South End Auto Wreckers graph, excellent condition, $10; 15ctf NEW 3 BEDROOM FOR SALE - 1 ton Model A 3Q Day Free Trial USED PARTS FHA BUILT. 15x20 living room truck flat bed with sideboards; FOR SALE - Large white ducks, new glass bow and arr)CHV set 20 Year Guarantee encourage dishonesty: with fireplace. Roomy tiled bath, very good shape; call evenings, PARKLAND FURNITURE - New 3 and 4 pounds, $1.50 each; $.8; .128 East 106th, LE 7-5781. Goodyear Air Foam Motors - Transmissiollll locks . . keyed, combinations birch cabinet kiLchen, all hard- VI 7-2115. 12c14 Famous Red-Line Foundation and used miscellaneous; Airport ~how pigeons 75c each; radio15c11 Tires - Batteries changed; Parkland Cycle & v.cood· floors, G.E. auto. beating. & Pacific Ave. Residence phone phonograph combinatio11 $15; We Buy Junk Cars Key; 11021 Pacific Ave. LE 7A beaut for $13,750. Good Park- · 58 FORDS & CHEVROLETS LE 7-3748. 15ctf small z.,nith radio $7; Delaney, FOR SALF~2 Berloc 4x10 metal Also Custoin Welding 5772. 3ctf land lomtion. Approx. $1200 dn. Wholesale prices, 5% interest. Ulst & Pac, Ave, Rt. 3, Box Z:lO (Sibley road) LE 7-3941 sign boards with tracl;s and by Joe's Welding Mr. Loring, LE 7-3501. · SMALLEY's MOTORS, 10410 Puyallup. 15cl4 changeable letters; practically Open Till 9:00 p.m. !RENE WOLZ PIANO & HAM1 Mile East Roy Y on Mt. Hy. OLDER 4-:('!EDROOM Pacific Ave., LE 7-4060 anytime, - - - new; less tl1an half price at Spanaway LE ,7-6534 APPLES SEE to appreciate. 3 bedrooms up e•.-ening·s, Sunday. 12ctf LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo MOND ORGAN. STUDIO, 9995 $150; LE 7-3501. 15c14 Park Avenue, LE 7-0420; resi· LARGE· Delicious apples; Spana1 down. All hardwood floors, ~· · - · "' '"" ,,,,.., Ser\'icc for developing. In at Direct. from Sawmill FOUNDATIONS for less. Sidedence, LE 7-4051. 15ctf, way Auction Barn, 12:00 to 3:00 @11.n· 10, out at 5. 9818 Pacific Ave. walks, patios, bulkheads and part basement, uuto. heating. p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14; $2.50 CHRISTMAS HINTS - For recParkland. Selling FHA $12,500. 15ctf walls. LE 7-8564. 3ctf Chewro!~t Salesman Davis Road, Graham, Wash. for big 35-pound box. 15p14 ords of all tYPes, visit PARKApprox. $900 down. Mr. Cheet- ' LAND RECORD SHOPPE (at -------------··~ 11am,, LE 7-3501 days, LE 1-120·1 VI 7-2229 Slabs TAP DANCING LEssoNs. B;.. the Homesteader), LE 7-0440; NEW WESTINGHOUSE rollginning and advanced. Call Jim BULLDOZING DITCIITNG eves. 15c14 around vacuurn cleaner; com- Garfield St., Parkland. BRICK WORK House levelNylander, LE 7-0574. 15ctf GRAVEL • TOP SOIL SEPTIC 40 ACRES plete with tools; five-year guaring and foundations, retaining *CHRISTMAS TREE or timbe1· TANKS • DRAIN FIELDS SANTA CLAUS antee; $49.9.3. PARKWAYUPTON walls, sidewalk an\i patios, fireland, all fenced, on good road. 1750 z!lth St. S.W., Puyallup FURNITURE, 14103 Pacific Ave. $2 EACH WEEK buys this PACI{ 7 place and stone work. LE 7· Prompt Service IN PERSON l 5x25 ft. fairly new building, Phone Puyallup TH 5-2452 Op8n till 9:00; LE 7-39,11. 15c14 ARD-BELL TV; only $49 due; 4291. 3ctf . ________ ____ electricity in. Full price $1.000 ----·-- - - - - :ill'IDW'W Di open till 9:00 p.m. UPTON Dec. cash. Call Mr. Cheetham, LE 7FOR SALE - c,,!lies, Sprin<::ers, SEPTIC TANKS & WATER GR 2-7038 ELECTRIC CO., 11'18 Markel St. GR 4-3980 WOOD & METAL 3501 days, LE j -1204 eves. Cockers mod other vrwif,tics o[ LINES INSTALLED. Rile~ 13. 14 - 15 FU 3-~551 J ficH STORM SASH dogs to choose .ftom .r'\lso pu.pBrothers. Phone LE 1-0987 or CHRISTMAS LIGHTING MMti!ILlfB&&&Wllli&.il!iiliMM&U _ 21!1!1'!.. Let Home & farm B&i:reau pics, kittens and gro\vn cats For Homes & House Trailers Free Gifts LE 7-3204. 3ctf us make up your colored outavailah!c at the TacomacPicrce Fi:ee Estimates LE 7-3501 12605 Pacific door lighting. Custom-made. For The County Humane Society, 2608 . . VI 7-7638 WEBB ELECTI{IC CO., 8240-B LAWN MOWERS Center Street, rraco1nu, \Vnsh. MOVE IN TODAY Pacific Ave. 3ctf $150.00 DOWN, $45.00 per mo. _ Kiddies Open d'1ily, 9 to 5. 15cH Serviced and Stored On East 64\h near Pacific Ave. Power Mowers A Specialty & MiHwoirk Co. Open Nites and Sundays FOR SALE - - Alder fireplace 1951 CHEVROLET Special De· Price $3000.00. I,argc living rm, Free Pick~up & Delivery New and used_ dolls, buggies, ·wood, S12 cord, you haul; c'fi11 luxe 2-Dr. One ownC'r, radio, 14x22, kitchen, bedroom, 3-pc. GOT SHIPPED to Alaska and trains, trucks, doll houses and cvmings, VI 7-7420. 15pl~) PARKLAND :FUEL - Mill :wood, 2-cord load bath, concrete foundation, 2 hcatC>r, fow mileage; And can't pay for $150 EJRBY; pay .. ------furniture and miscellaneous.: .~l6; · fireplace wood, alder, lots. Cal !Ralph Decker, GR 4CYCLE& KEY SHARP ... , ..... , , .. , $4·15 off $49 balance at $5 each month CHRISTMAS HINT also new and used furniture Copper maple, 2-cord load. $35; single 9579, Ra 16 rn52 CHEVROLET Bclai1· hardLE 7-577.2 11021 Pacific Ave. and get free ho1nc dcn1onstra .. ~l'aft kits; do-it-yourself for the and appliances and gif_t items cord $20; Otting TW 3-5850, LE top coupe; radio. heater~ $250.00 DOV\iN FHA tion; open till 9:00 p.m. UP- persmnl toU<_-!i. THE HOMEfer your selection: 4ctf CLEAN as a pin inside and out, \:Vhitc\valls; clean ancV sharp: FOUNDATIONS-New additions; 1-0778. TON ELECTRIC CO., 1143 Mar- STEADER. Garfield St., ParkG&M SWAP 'N SHOP was $795. Now ...... $fjfl5 Hours Until Xmas: h~.rdwood floors, f.loox furnace, free estimates. financing; work FOR SALE. _ Alder wood for ket SL, FU 3-255J. ' 15c14 land, LE 7-0440. 15cl4 G&M FIX-IT SHOP 2 p.m. til 9 p.m. ----------------··--·--.. -...guaranteed: C}R 4-2002. 3ct.f fireplnec, $1;) cord; call LE 7- part bn~~c111ent, 2 bcdroon1s, good l!"il.~~~'.f"5ii!m'\ lr tt~ J: .,~.,-M~r!it~" 'V ~? 'l:il~jc.~, 1,.~.. .,,.,~.t,11-'1'-f 48ll.3 Soa Yakhna GR 2 .. 202~~ Mon. thrn FrL • 6789, folf size living r0q111, nice kit.ch011,. ----·-----·-----·--·------- good built-ins, large utility rn1, · Open Nites and Sm•days f~r: OLSON i~~vrol@lt 10 to. 6:30 Saturdays COAL - Ton lumpy nut.; coar~c 2 lots. kn<_,ed hack yni·d, gnr1 stqker coal: $15 a tn11, 2 ton[J a;;e: :C, block \.o bus. Call Ralph For Teo"! Best Deal Oil Burner Service Electrical Rh 12 $28; LE 1-.(:i~31 evenings. ·kt{ Decker, GR 4-9fi79. Opposite Postoffic€ SERVICE 'ON ALL' MAI<;:ES Contracting 4 BEDROOMS . PL'Y.ALL'LTP, \Vlii.811. and PARTS FOR appraiced $10,000.00. $300 FI'rA Ideal Gift for Students • Electric BR 2-0634 WlLLIAMS-O!L.-0-MATIC <lo-\vn.. -J{_inrr sh:ed h2droorn~; 1vit~ r.rfI 5-1766 303 'Ea.I 123rd LE '7-7398 TH i:f..133'.~ Heating Walls clea1ied by proven machine, Jarge "rar_drqbe closets, roorny USED CAMERAS and photo e Appliance Repair perfect rrnmHs. ];:itd1011 'vi th din in:; spa.cf:. Fun.1il 'FOR"GQ'c)])l)sED CARS, cal equipment for res&le. QUALITY Sou t.hern (lrcgon PHO'T'O Rl<CRVICE. LE 7-7271. nc~. u1.iliti<:)S Rl.1d garr-Jge in h~sc­ ..~nderson Che\·ron, Spana,vay, S..1.'VE P/...lNT 12cLf PINE CONES Set! J1:i.cn t, t3cject ::5ouL11 e11d locatio1i. L. 7·6·163. 9818 Pacific. Ave: 1")osscssjnn on rT0rl i I: a11pr0Yal. No 111ejs Cosl. Jess G-inch and Larger First com" first serve<l, Call Ivlr, I 3n-Farm Column 2 for 2·5C }Tc.Ison, GR '1-85'79 or LE 7.:01o~t ' Call for F;·ee Estimate BREED YOUR COW ARTIFICPACIF'!C IALLY to sires proved great. 6311 McKinley Ave. GR 4-9519 'VVa::'11ington Proved ·sire Service. Member of Tacon1a Real ·Estate George Lytle, technician, phone Yelm 3~131, or .Graham VI 7B<)ard 13ctf Member Multiple. Listing Service 7417 before 9:00 a.m. fertilizer; GR 4-2305 or LE 78259. 3ctf

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PLC - Humboldt State Humboldt State comes to the Pacific Lutheran gymnasium Fridny night to open a two-game series with the PLC Glads. The two teams will meet again Saturday .. night, both tilts getting tmderway at 8 p.m. The Staters are members cf the Far West Conference while the Lutes play in the Evergreen Conference.

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petition with the result that the · Dirty Erlers are buying a· trophy for the White Colla]·s," not to mention the hung heads of the past week since Sunday's tussle. N cwt Willis led the scorers with a 584 series and a ·213 game to lead the White Collars .to victory. Other members of the winners who won on the Lakewoorl Lanes included Bob and June Cleveland, Ralph Clausen, Bill Beane and Roger McDonald.

Ethel Markham's sensational 444 were other top efforts. Sum_.Pacific. !JtJthcran's fighting and 23.3 game and 177-233-181-591 mit Trading with Sandra Evertnlent laden lmsket.ballcrs are »cries made the men look silly as ett, Louise Crawford, Arlene Benoff to a flying start with no one she demonstrated last week that nett and Svinth arc leading the al the present in the Evergreen pinfcmmes can score ·with almost league with a 39-13 re.cord. Conference sr•en able to dekat equal case. Taking a page out Svinth's 155 average leads the them come January when leaguo of Marion Ladewig's book, Mrs. tE>am. play begins. It's a cinch when Markham not only led her leaVerna Hansen edged out perenthe Lutes can gun down the gup, but posted the top single nial leading scorer Arabelle Frerpowerful Buchan Bakers twice in score of the week at Paradies. ichs in F..ager Boover play. Hansen a row that the Evergreen teams Other women 500 scores rack- shot 163-146-158 - 467 while wi!l be able to offer only toki'!n · ·ed 'up ·in'·'Jast week's "play includ- Frerichs compiled ·a 132-139-175 opposition. , ..od:, -lrn.ne .. Saitig, 521; Maxine -·1413 with Hansen's team, Only one team rrnd one player Bowlin, 537, and Dorothy Kent's , Earle's Evergreen, still occupym~y stop the Lutes from making 51!). The last two scores were ing top spot in team standings. another trip to I\ansas City in rolled in Markham's league, Para- Lola Knife picked up a 5-8-10 March. That tcnm, of cours0, is dise Pinettes, and probably would while Alice Pratt came home Bethel's fighting Braves meet Gonzaga and that man is nat- have been good for top honors with a 2-5-10. Besides Hansen urally Jean Lefebvre, 7 feet - 3 h~d it not been for the accurate and Pratt, Rose Earle and Ginny their first Conference opponent Friday night at home when tP,,y inch Bulld,og Center. Theo tall ~hooting of Markham. Hopey roll for the leaders. meet the Yelm basketball five. Frenchman and the experienced Masonry Unlimited toolt" over !GA Maintains Lead J3·,1lldogs will b" battling the first place in the Belles of Pa1·aFoodtown IGA kept its top Franklin Pierce travels to PuyalLutes next March for, the right dise league with the Log Tavern position last week with Dorothy lup for their second Puget .Sound to enter the NAIA tourney. Only outfit dropping to second. Rita Roberts, Beverly Ot.t.o, Wanda League game of the season. Both major reversal· of the form Craig captains the Masonry five- George, Millie Bemis anll. Fran games are set for 8 p.m. in the charts will aller a Gonzaga-PLC some and her teammates include Sieler keeping the IGA forces respective gymnasiums. The Pierce cagers met the Clovplayoff. Theda Marinacci, Loretta Smith, riding high. Kam Anderson's 179Led by Roger Iverson, Chuck Charlotte Feaster and Anne 126-15S.-:-461 and Rosie Peder- t:Jr Park Warriors in their.. first Curtis and Jim Van Beek in the Kazda. Kazda rolled the top in- son's 138-156-157--451 were the game of league play .last night nmring and Tom Sahli, Bob Roiko dividual game of the week by top scores of the w_eek. Pcder- and will probably start the same and Curtis on the boards, the carving out a 168. Nance Sims' son's Chicks and Prairie Tavern team against the Vikings tomorrow. Coach D.el Schafer will call Lutes could posoibly run through 157-157-130--444 led the series are right behind the leaderp. on Forwards Ken Southall and tho regular season undefeated. scores as Sims continues to pace ' * * * Larry Carlson, Center Reynoir Dangers on the schedule are Sea- ·the Belles' play. Men's "league continued to roll Peterson 'and Guards Ricky We University, Montana State Siler's Moves To Top with several honorable 500's be- Smidt and Bob Meade. Also slatand the Denver Truckers as well With all of the excitement in ing racked up thmughout the as a third and final battle with Pinette play, most of the girls week in the various leagues. Ray ed to see hea~•y action .are Gary the Bakers. Overconfidence and looked over the fact that Whylic's Pruner, 588, Rusty Swackhamn determined group of Evergreen Cafe grabbed ·three points from mer, 577, John Heinrick 581, -Bill teams lnight result. in a loss in league leading T. N. Baskett Com• Potter 563, Don Klang 559 were conference p]ay. But, neverthe- pany. Despite the loss, however, some of the top three-game eflc:ss, an outstanding record vlill the. Baskett girls are 'still far in fo1·ts while Don Ullcberg's 231 l".' compiled by the Lutes this front with Tacoma Rubber Stamp was the individual game high. year. and the Log Tavern tied for sec* * :;: Loaded with supNior talent ond, eight. games off the pace. M 1 T B t and coached by one of the clcver- Members of the leaders include ar ow ops an ams and a:;Lutc students of the Eileen Andreasen, Evelyn BasWally Marlow's 226 and F:-t111(:, J\.1arv I-Iash1nnn, PLC's out.~ ket.t, Mary Dowie, Arlene Bennett, were t_hc top 1,wo game an~ single !:.·nk is bri[!ht. That could be the and Bommic Swin~i. ~core m Bnntam ~la_y whi\e ~an~ 1111dcrstatcment of the year. Parkland Pharmacy dropped l~C!. ~orgcn.sen lect m the. girl~ out of first place in the Rolling d1v1s1on with 198. Don Wilson s. Bee cdlnpetition by losing t.o t.he 200~185-154-539 had. everyone Midland Lockers. Siler's TV took tallnng Sat11rday mommg ns the ovc.- the top rung while H&W ~·ou.11gster blistered th1:ough the Meh11I Wiring moved into second. "Sally J~mor phase of play. ~ill Semple Work Rohin~on,- Grace f)ilcs. J;Ielcn picked up a 4-7-9 spilt. 1'-':~ss. L~la Natucci, .and Dp1~othy .. . . · '' ~ * Special Attention Eidd°'ci' cox)ipose 'the pacel'nakers. Another Turkey Shoot is hi. the to \Vanda George contimrnd h~r Jorocc!'S of being run .off at ParaSpecial E<1uipmcnt fiM shooting in the Hi-Lows by disc with still plenty of time to expending forth with a 155-1!'>0- shoot for 20 turkeys being offorc 172-4:H. Cora Nelson's Hi3- ed by the management. Any l75-1.1fl-467, with the 175 being established league average from the top iramc of the week in the this fall. or last summer or even lcngue, Lil Svinlh's 137-153-154- last yeai; will qualify a person. '.AW WWW !!U&WWW&........

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Sahli at center, and Roger Iverson and Jim Van Beek at the forwards. Also expected ·to see plenty of action are Lute .Jerstad Rich Hamlin and Dean Mor:·ison with others likely to see duty. After the outings against the Humboldt State five, the Parklanders will travel to .Kennewick arid Spokane next Friday and Saturday for a two-game series with Gonzaga. The Bulldogs and Lutes are expected to be the two teams playing off later in the year and the December series could answer a lot of questions.

Hu~boldt l!rings an inexperienced team to PLC but are· gaining poise through a series of "interseetionals in Oregon and Wiishington. The Staters figure to give the Lutes a game and the proceedings promise to be quite lively for the fans. Tickets are Chuck Curtis leads the scoring on sale at the PLC P~blic Relaparade at the moment with little tions office now. Roger Iverson in second spot and Coach Marv Harshman will Van Beek right behind. string along with his usual start.;;:5 ..:._ Bob Roiko and Chuck

LUTE MARKSMAN - Pictured above is Jim Van Beek, high scor~ ing. PLC sophomore forward who will be in the. starting lineup F1·;day and Saturday night when the Lutes take on the Humboldt State five froni Arcata,. Calif., in a two game series, Van Beek is right behind Chuck Curtis and Roger Iverson in the scoring and· is hitting an amazing percentage of his shots from the floor thus far in the first.. five Lute contests. Photo by McKewen Gehrman, Jim Toburen, Dave Yelm. The Yelm outfit had a sucReynolds, Gary Rihtarieh, Mike cessful Jamboree and arc slight Ifanton and I{en Raden. favorites over the Braves even The Parklanders will be ate though playing on _the Bethel tempting fo stop a jinx that pre- floo1·. vails against t)lem in the PuyalCoach Bob Finchamm will prolup gym. The Schafermen have bably string along with his usual yet to win a basketball game on starting five . whkh will place the Vikings h;,me floor. Friday Dave Leigh and Cal Christoph at night's task may be difficult be- the forwards, Gary Gregg at cencause of an experienced Puyallup ter, and Ea Hagen and Dale Nielteam that they will be facing. sen at the guards. The Bravt:Js Bethel which has yet to .win a have lost to Federal Way, North game will be vying against one Thurston and to Peninsula in the of the West Central favorites in Jamboree.

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~ .quur:tc.l oYt:'l' ·H rhii101~---~la.-~t~~· John's p;:1ren.t?. pe1·:~uaJ.-:.i J,1m that he was right nnd MMy wa<; _ . ._ wrohg itnd that she was entirely 'I'hc Elk Plain Grange, with the' unreasonable .. 'They rltrther per- regular meeting dated this suaded John that his life with I Thursday) evening at the Mary would be unhappy because Grange hall, will devote the time she would be unreasonable about to enjoying the annual Christmas everything aftN they we;·c mar- party, beginning at 8:00 o'clock. ried. Mrs• ,Paul Darling, Lecturer, has John broke t.heir engagcment.-·11lanped to hC1ve Sarita Claus at Mary, furious, blamed his par-, the party to present ti·eats to the iJllts. She threatened to sue thcr:ii children of inerribers, for alienation of affection", drdmThere Will also be ari exchange ing they had killed John's love of gilts between members alid for her·~ Do you think she can re- Christmas carols wiU be sung by cover damages from John's par- a!L All members, are urged to atents '? tend and to· briitg .their children. She cannot recover from the The Ell< Plain Firemen's Auxilparents for aiienation of ·affoc· tiqns, though she might possibly have recovered in such an action it sh~ and John had been married before the parents intei-fe1'ed, She had 110 legal cl1;1im to John's affed_ions . before , they 'FARM .FRESll were. manied. HOMOGENIZED AND Tulary can sue John for bi-each PfaSTFURIZED MILK of promise of m~urwge, however, · and if successful. may reco,ver AND CREµwf damages, ICE CREAM (This colum11 is written to inf9rm, not advise. Facts may ehnnOj'e the application of the law.)

at 8;00 p.m. l'.t t.he. fire. halt. The t.:12e-thiti. ~;ill f~ature a Chri~ttnas

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District Council · · The P-TA District council was held at Central Avenue school. Those from the Clover Creek P-TA who attended were MesdamG1s Barbara LeMarr, Ethel Nelson, Dorothy Lindbo, Lucille Betts. All reported and interesting and informative program and a delightful luncheon. Grange News Clover Creek Grange held an auction at the hall Friday evening. There was a short program. The Clover Creek band played several selections and special pieces were played by Teddy and Mary Ann ·Kestler and Brian Franich. A short skit was pre;ented by Master S. I. Carlson and another skit by Mr. and Mrs.

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Clarence Minarsich of Puyallup, and Larry Symmons. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Symmons of Spanaway. The bride's attendants we1·e Mrs. James Armstrong, Mq;;, Quentin Bitney and Mrs. Frank Pupo. Jan,es Armstrong was hest man. The wedding re· ception was at Ivan's. After the honeymoon in Portland, the youn.r; couple will Jive in Puyallup. 'l'hr; bride is n graduate of Puyallup high scho.ol and the g1:oom ,of .Bethel high schooL Because of the busy, 'holiday season, Spanaway Preschool will not meet in December. Reporter ---,. Mm. Oliver Omn~, LE 7-6466.

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Community .Club Xmas Partv Set The Canyon Road Community club's annual Christmas party will be held in the club house, East 80fh and Canyon road, Sunday, Dec. 22,;at 6:30 p.m. Chail'ma.n for this year's· festivities is Mrs, Tressie Mccorkle, a,bly assisted. by Phyllis \Folk, •. Amy Dvor(lk, Dorothy Wescott ·and Frances Morris. Mrs. Wes. cott will havEl charge ofthe re-

wishing to participate in the program will b.e held Saturday, Dec. 21.at 1:.00 p.r.:i. in the hall. As there will be only one reli,earsal, all .must pe there. On the evening of the Christmas party each mother is asked to bring a wrapped gift for her own child, with the full name on a tag; gift should not. exceed 25c in value. The happiness of each child receiving a gift from Santa Claus depends upon the full cooperation of the parents. . Each mother is also asked to bhng a dozen cooki.es. Big Night Tonight to-

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Fruitland Grange featurad Lhree speakers' at the regular meeting Friday evening Dec. G, vd1ich was an open house session. The Rev .Arthur Kirk spoke on the work being 'done by the Puyallup 1

Canyon road. Birthday Dec. 7 brought sorrow b lots of people hut not to little Tommy Folk. It was. his fifth birthday and his parents, g;-andparents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins gathered to bring him presents and wish· him a. happy birthday. Happy birthday, honey! · Ga~den Club The Canyon Road Garden club and friends will havi; a brief business session Wednesday, Dec. 18, meeting in th<J . Community hall at 7:30 p.m. A Chri.stmas _party and gift exchange will complete the. evening. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. E. · Peake, Mrs. L. R. Field, Mrs. Robert Runger and Mrs. \V. R. Lund. -· · .... , · · ..... ,... · ····· - Mrs. John Folk,

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(AHTNCJ - Pvt. Brian L. CurGerald Gibson has been visiting h.is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman rah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Gib.son of 10506 South Park Ave. Currah, 912 So. 72nd. street, Taafter completing his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. Texas.. ·Ho left .Dec. 10 to report for tCchnical school trainh1g at !\:essler Air Force Bas~. lv.liss. ·Ger~ ald graduated from Franklin Pierce high school in June.

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At Gerry's Scdon Helen Anderson has named new niana:ger for Gerry's Beauty Salon in Parkland, it was announced this ";eek. Her assistant, Miss Wolfsberger, has been associated with the shop for sever a! weeks. The salon, located in thp IGA Building 'at Park · and Airport Road, will be open six days a week from 9 a.in. to 6 p.m. Sat" urday hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. coma, is receiving paratrooper combat· training with the 20th V 11 , M"ot ·L b . ;t Brigade's 618th Engineer Compa e~ . 1br~n a ~1 comm. - any at Fort Bragg-, N. C. He entee, which is planmng to aid tered the Army in August 1957 these workers with better health and completed basic training at facilities, recreation and spir- Fort Ord, Calif. Currah, who atitual guidance. tended.. Lincoln High School, was William Weaherby spoke on employed PY Tacoma Steel in the advantages of the· p,·oposed civilian life. · new hospital in Puyallup .over the present limited ·facilities. Robert Robbins discussed plans ·for recreation for Puyallup ~and the ·surrounding areas for preschoolers and up-and~enduring oldsters. ' Visitors The potluck Christmas dinner Enjoying a pleasant stay with for Grange members was set for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Thursday evening, Dec. 19. Brien, for the past few weeks was Mrs. Ray Kulju and children Boosters to. Meet The 112th Street Booster club Jackie., T<;>mmie, J{erry Lou and will meet Dec. 19 at the home of small baby Karl Elwood. Mr. the president, Thomas .;Elsdon, on Kulju came from Richland to ·Woodland road. Officeh ,,;·ill be join the family for Thanksgiving. Spending a few days with Mr. elected. and Mrs. Charles Sienkiewich of Neighborhood Club The Woodland Neighborhood 96th and Canyon road was theilclub met at the home of Mrs. son-in-la~v and daughter, Mr. and Margaret Mullins Dec. 5 for des- Mrs. Jack Doyle and sons Michael sert luncheon and games. Those and Marty of Spokane. Iii at Home present besides the hostess were Mrs. Joseph Kazda of 84th and Mesdames FrankWiggins, Walter Waller ,William Wesi>man, Bill Vickel'y road suffered a heart atHenn and Oscar Swalander. The tack recently and has been conJanuary meeting will be on the fined to her home. Best wishes second Thursday at the home of for a speedy recovery, Mrs. Mrs. William Westman Kazda! · ..Leaves Community Bil'thday August Sv-~rnnkci long-time rcsiTeddy Mullins had a party aft- dent of Waller road, has sold his er school Friday, Dec. 6, to cele- home and is now visiting a brate his ninth birthday. Present brother in Minnesota. were Donald Gawley, I,arry In New Home Shanklin, Phillip Farcy, Ronny Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pederson Hopkins, Richard Starl~el and'> ha:ve moved from their residence the young host; here to a recently purcH.ased In Hospital home on the bay ..near LongMi's. Dan Anderson, a paitient branch. The Jack Pedersons have .at Tacoma General hosi,ital, has moved into the home at 72nd .and been mo~od to the Lutheran hos- 'I!"""""""' ,. """'· pita] in Puyallup. She suffered a stroke but is able to see friends. BEST OF LUCK Reporter ~ fylrs. J. C. Mullins, To Puyallup, TH 5-8621.

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Sharon. Kaiser, Sandra Mitchell, Linda Burgeson, Wilma .Cornes Diane Shcwfelt, Cheryl Thompson, Carol Mathesoi::;. Unable to . go :wer.e. B~tty Gogan and W cndy VJ"illi;,;,s. Mrs. Hali and MiG. Mitchell accompanied , the girls. A skating ·party was enjoyed in November.

Waller road which they vacated. Bluebirds The "Morningstar Bluebirds" Lmder the leadership of Mrs. '"loyd Ebert and assistant, Mrs., ['i:enry Lovell entertained their mothers.at a recent meeting in . . Mrs. Ebert's home .. They dramat. Fir~man 3/C Keith Shaffer and zed the story of "The Tttrnip' his :v1fo 1.eft Nov: 25 for. Maport, :'hat G1·ew and Grew," using Flonda, where he is stationed on 1aper bag puppets they had the USS Essex. <ade. They also served refreshBrownies Your bnsiness is a welcome nents and sang with their guests Brownie Troop 45.9 has had a addition to the growing Park-. laud area. oining in. Assisting and partic- busy time this fall. Those attendµe.ting were. Gl~nda Alexander, ing the United Nations Festival Laura Costantini, DianG Ebert, in the Rote.I Winthrop were CanLinda Hahn, Noni Mae Lovell, . dace, Shanley, Mary Waddell, Susan Galloway, Linda Peterson, Virginia Guizz~tti, Donna Percy, Mary Nenin~ires, Dianne· Perrins, Delores Balmer, Karen Hall, 12208 PACIFIC A VENUE Sharon . Ruschner and George Sheila Taylor, Marjene C9nnell, Anne Sprinkle. Mothers attending were Mesdames Ebert, Lovell, WISHING AN ELECTRIFYING SUCCESS to G~lloway, Perrins, I'eterson; Col,.,.,..:Ti'i"'''·'.. ,... '···'·". lins and Shonborg. The sponsors for this year are Mrs. Earl Shonborg, Mrs. Ed Perrins and Mrs. James Peterson. IN YOUR NEW LOCATION At the last P-TA tweeting the "Morning~tar" Bluebirds providVerne Ashford 'Insurance Agency ed the table favors 'for the social 11901 Pacific Avenue · LEnox 7-8fl'17 hr;mr foliowing the me~ting.

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evening, Dec. 2, chose as their president Loren jrish; vice. president, Lloyd Smith; secretary, Ben Fleming; treasurer, Larry Kerwin. In the Nov. 26 meeting the Auxiliary elected as president Mrs. David Birchman; vice presi.dent, Mrs. Den Fleming; secretary; Mrs. Jack Ker\vin; treasurer, Mrs. Burton Parrott. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be held· in the fire hall Dec. 18.

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dian Eddie Cantor. Due to the fcvel' pitch cf war his program ··.-··· -,...,-:"'"'-i~ ---·-··.-:~ ·. : .....,.. , .e ··• '.'· . . -:;:~ei;red - .natio;<wide_ ..pa:rticipa. · ·· ··· · ···r·:th.e,J'ost and Auxiliary will be t10n. l'ollowing World War II, m«BD"i~an held thfST1'1i:tttsda¥,C..!lY.ening at 'vJ::n..,,12~!.>l!cinterest in the hos-

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American Legion's annual il.iinu::,!lly·since. Mrs:·Arthul'. :Hart, District pres~ state;vi.d_e ''Clu·i~tmas Gifts for . More. th.a~ 2~000 Christm·ts ident and Mrs. Sev Kittleson· Hospitalized Veto1;ans" program, gifts aie given out annually to Child W~lfare •. chairman • distri~ Post Commander. Ed N"." Davfa.9'f ·hospitalized veiera.n.s·in·ihis staln buted.. baskets ·and cfothfog to l'ark!and. a!lriounc,ed today:-' by Leg'.onn~ires, Commm1der Eel some ·deserving families in ParkThe "Gift" program, Command- N. Davis said. land for Thanksgiving as usual. er Da'.is said, provides for a. 'l'he :~iit Js siio!l;~,'.ing. Mrs. Christm~s gift from The_ Ameri. M~anest Thi~f . Beveriy . Ca)brait)l's. _ B1mvi;iie c~n l~iegio~ f~i'"e':'.ery known hos.Fort. Lewis, W~i's!\;.·'i:J:"'· •I troop, .who .are making Christmas P ta 1 ed veteran m the state. Somebody pulled a "dirtv trick" favors to be used at table dec~ra-. "Veteran p~Hents in the Spok- on Sgt. Oreri ·w, Jus~ice 1:1sL tions ai s~me instltitiion~: . . .. ane, Walh. Walla, Seattle, Van~. week: · · · .' · . · · couver· ·and. Ainetican Lake Ve~· · · · . . . •· ·.· .SIX ·membe1·s · · · · · · h~lped · set . · UJJ · the . erans ·FIosp1··t'aIs. as we.11· · as t h ose ·. A· ·s.aeak th1.ef, · . .re1iorted the Gift Shop· at -the American Lak<1 ' th · 1 . • . 't... .d 39th r..nfantry assistant operations . .· - · - · ~ -. · · · 1n· e· var ous· ssn1_ ar1ums an . : .-WI.. 1·1· b e...... )losp. ital-d ier .. ,s. 1iotnes · · · ·· so1 v1s1te d on sergean~, . . . s.tole. the garbage can · Dec. . · · 2., · · . PresidenL•Hazel Mackey took five women out Ch . t . b L . from ·behmd his Parkland home. 0 .B.ut Jhei:e. w.as some justice, t.h. ereto-t-he-Guost-Hut am:! the.y ·· ~·,~.·.~.-a..s...•.mm:ni~fgf... Y... __eh~.'.-.. i:d.' ._ '. · _ ~· ; .._ · -r.::·' na~res. uear1ng a·. g1 t_ o.r eac an ·a,.;yway, · says Justice: the ~an se1 vcd 40 dozen cookies and. 2;).0., the be~t wishes of their erst" cups of coffee. The . same number v:h"l · b ro th ers-m-:-a:rms, · " .com"': \vas full 6£ kitchen refuse. 1 e we!lt to the Soldiers Home at . d · '. · · .. · · · · .·. · " .• h . . . man .er Davis · declared. Veter. .· to v1s1t t e mfirmacy · ·· · ·· · . · · . 0 rtmg d· h h f ' . hed . ans.. m .. ether .local hospitals or war . w ere t .ey urn~ priz- riursing hbmes. wili ~l~ be visites, refr<;shments · · -w· h.ereab out s - and . - -cigarettes: · ·e d 1"f · th e1r Big pl(ltlS are being made by known.'' he .said., the. Post .. arid Auxiliary . for a ·Local Le'gionnaires are joining ChrlStmas party at .Sunshine haU with other ·Posts in this area to Dec. 20; program and treats so be provide gifts for veterans in the sure to come and bring a friend. American Lake (Veterans) HosWe are happy to welcome as pita!, Commande1· Davis said ..Efour newest'-membet to the Auxi- ·forts of the locaLPost's members liary Leslie Jean; born Nov. 30 to will be directed bY Severn .KitMr. and Mrs. R. K. Shyvers tleson, Post 228 committee chairThe next regular meeting of m·ar;i. '· The Legion's "Christmas Gifts· f01' Hospitalized Veterans" pro;·; gram was begun shortly aftef · Designers and 'Builders World War I; the local Coin". EXPERT WORKMANSHIP mander pointed. out. l.t wa'! car~·· . ' REASONABLE PRICES ried on. annually until World War Easy Moi;tthly Payments 11; whim a similnr pr~gram: ·known as "Gifts for Yanks Who · GR 4-9515. Gave" was begun by Jilm.come~ 0

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