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guest callers and special inter· Thursday, Jan. 28, 1954 Francisco, who were in charge I and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. El· Page 3 of the dinner. Three grand- don Polley, Mrs. Mildred Petmission entertainment will be The TIMES-JOURNAL daughters, Mrs. Ellen Roberts erson, Rev. Melvin Peterson, put on by the Enumclaw and her children Bonnie and Mr. and Mrs. Archie LaForge board will meet at the home of Glacier Gliders. grand evenin~, at the same time Michael of Palo Alto and Betty Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mrs. Claude Butler Tuesday make possib!e much-needed proevening, Feb. 2, at 8:00. o'clock. · Ii ., Many communities are holdHofstetter with her daughter La Forge Jr. and son Danny, tection for the little children of Mary from San Francisco, and Norman Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mabel Galbraith will be 1' ing big benefit dances for the Mrs. John GOFOW the community. Mrs. George 'l1homas and her Stanley Larsen and children co~hostess. March of Dimes this weekend, GR 7070 On Feb. 10 the P-TA will hold Mrs. Lawrence Hultgren reson David from Seattle were and Miss Edna Franklin. By Mrs. M. S. Rau Square dancers from all over including the dance being span· a luncheon in the school gym minds all Preschoolers of th~ The "fence" dance arranged The Olson fu.mily have lived sored at Sunshine hall, ParkMrs. Barbra Olson of Knapp also present. Others from out bake sale planned for Feib. 5 Pierce county wm gainer at by the Collins P·TA to raise to · raise more funds for the and Vickery road was honored of town were Mrs. Rose Kelsey in the neighborhood for about at the Parkland Light & Water the Armory in Tacoma Satur- land as the joint project of money for a fence at the wh.ool .fence. many groups, but the Armory Jan. 14 with a birthday dinner from Bellingham, Mr. and Mrs. 30 years. Co. oiifice. Anyone wishing to day evening, Jan. 30, for a huge party is probably the biggest will be held Saturday evening, and party honoring her on her Harry Anderson with Jean and Reg·istration Notice contribute to the sale is asked square dance event, all pro- square dance ;being held. Jan. 30, in the Collins Grange North Idaho Indians used to 90th birthday at her home. Joel from Steilacoom City, Mr. hall. All proceeds will be used use buffalo hide boats in river Notice is hereby given that to call Mrs. Hultgren at GR ceeds to go to the March of The table centerpiece was made and Mrs. Gord:on Ray of SeThe Collins P-TA also chose for the improvement at . the crossings. 3531. Dimes. Spectators as well as Saturday evening for the estra will furnish the music. of pink and white daisies and attle, Mrs. Bal'bara Needles and the regis•tration books will be daughter from Seattle and Mrs. closed Feb. 6 and will remain pink heather. The cake was aldancers wi11 enjoy this color- "fence" dance, _proceeds from schoof. Bernice Libak's orchColumbia river runoff in 1954 closed until after the school . Orthopedic so decorated in pink and white. Quist from Auburn. ful affair. which will be used to pay for a Those in charge urge every. is expected to be 84 % of the election March 9. Those living The Elmer G. Carlson OrthoOther guests included Mrs. Among the out of town guests There will 'be 14 top-notch fence at the school. one to turn out and have a 10-year average. who wished her happy birthday Ranghill Peterson and children. between the north side af Col- pedic Guild will meet with Mrs. Later in the evening the lins to the south side of 80th Oscar Carlson on Canyon road were her two daughters, Mrs. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY .. 7 DAYS A WEE Anna Fries from Seattle, and following· frienl;'s' joined the and fro mCanyon road (west Fe.b. 1 for a ;12:30 luncheon. side) to the east side af Waller The Guild members are collectMrs. Tilly Johnson from San party: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ralph ro'ad, and from the north side ing old license plates an{j will of Airport road to McEachren be very gil.ad to have you drop to tihe south side of 96th, regist- yours in a 'box that has beed er with Mrs. Rau. Those living provided· for that purpose at on the north side of 96th arld the Shell gas station at Knapp Caonyon will register with Mrs. and Canyon roads. White Face Grain Fed Steers Cut & Wrapped !!:? or whole Geddes of Woodland. . l Funeral Services Funeral services for Mrs. CUSTOM CUTTING AND WRAPPING Alice Ralph w.ere held S'atu. r- •. RETAIL SALES WED., THURS., &. SAT. day at the Wrigley & Clements WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES movtuary in Puyallup. Rev. 1 Carsten's Quality Graded Beef U.S. Govt. lnsp. John Christensen, pastor of the Summit Methodist church, of White Face Beef which she was a member, oflficiPURE GROUND BEEF •• atet!. Burial was in Chehalis, with grave side services at 2:30 LOW PRICES ARE BORN AT PARK 'N SHOP AND RAISED ELSEWHERE POT ROAST • • • • • • • • p.m. Among the relatives not reported was .an older sister, BOILING Mrs. Martlha Booth of Tacoma. Rummage Sale SIRLOIN STEAKS • • • • Don't forget the rummage WHAT FLORIDA STEAKS • • • • • • sale sponsored by the WSCS Keep Hot A DlSH! WHAT A PRICE!. PINK df the Summit· church ThursSCHILLING'S NALL EV'S HUNT'S 49~ BONELESS CORN BEEF day, Friday and Saturday at PURJ:; B~f\CK 743 Tacoma Ave., Tacoma. GROUND ROUND The pigs grow fast to be- There will be a bake sa1e 1:here 15 Oz. Tins come a sow, 01' Bess becomes also. Please call Mrs. Ralph, BONELESS BEEF CUBES • Full 2 Oz. Tins GR 8476, after 6 p.m. about a better cow, and Mr. Farm45c: PURE PO'RK SAUSAGE your baked contributions. er is happy now. Quick 'N Easy

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NATURAL DISASTERS. Your Civil Defense is set up, not only against enemy attack, ·but against f.loods, fires, earthquakes, storms and other natural disasters. Civil Defense has already proven its worth, on many occasions-and it must be kept ready for future emergencies. YOUR INSURANCE. We hav~ been informed directly by those who know, including P·resident Eisenhower, that the danger of a bombing attack is real. What they don't know is when or where an attack may occur, or whether it will come from plane, submarine or sabot.age. We are warned that 70 per cent of a tlacldng planes will get through. You probably carry adequate insurance against rfire, theft or an accident that may never happen. Your Civil Defense is your insurance against disaster, whethe•r enemy-caused or natural. SAVI NG LIVES AND PROPERTY. It has been determined by a close study of actual •bombed cities in Europe that an organized Civil Defense means a great reduction in loss of life and property damage. With trained, alert citizens, deaths are cut almost in haM. With prompt and efficient action, property damage is minimized and your community is mcire nearly ready to resume its normal functions. _ It has also been sbown that, the better organized the Oivil Defense, the more quickly the people recover and fight back. Industry re-mobilizes quick1y, and the people's morale, S'O vital in wartime, is higher. Probalbly even more important, an aggressor wii.11 think twice before he attacks, when he knows our people are prepared. YOUR SECURITY. Civil Defense is not a scare program. On the contrary, it is a program of public con:fidence. There is nothing so fearsome as uncertainty-nothing so reassuring as knowledge. Thus is the universal reaction when people learn the facts of Civil Defense. "Now .that I know the dangers involved, and what qivil Defense is doing for n:1Y .~afety, panic has disappeared and I have a feeling of calmness and secunty.

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WHAT CAN YOU DO? This is a program aflfecting, not only the nation's future, but the security of every individual. As a program of the people it affects you, and your help is needed in Civil Defense. Pierce county's Civil Delfense is becoming more effective, but there is need for improvement. Its value to your community and nation depends, not only on leadership and organization, but on voluntee.r response. Regardless of the time at your disposal, there is a place for you in Civil Defense, requiring a small amount of your time. Dook over these phases of Civil Defense: Radio_and telephonC"-'first aid and healfh services-rescue service...,... mass feeding and lodging-warden service--trans;portation-auxiliary police-auxiliary firemen-civil aviation. There is a job to •fit your skin aqd interests in that list, and further information can be obtained by calling your local Civil Defense Director. Of pavamount importance, of course, is your own home and 'family. You must prepare your home. against enemy attack. This crucial function is clearly explained in V.he pamphlet, "Home Protection Exercises," and your Civil Defense Director will g~adly give you a copy.

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I o=Rental·s WANTED TO RENT - 3 bedroom unfurn[shed home in Parkland, permanent; GR 5044 10c20 MODERN Trailer space for rent; close to McChord; reasonable rat.es; at school bus and store; GR 3681. 10ctf ---·-·-~·

SEWING MACHINE, full size heavy. duty 'head; in beautiful •blond cabinet; sews forward and reverse; complete with attachments; fully guaranteed; was $120, now only $97.50; SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 116 2nd Ave. S.E. Puyallup. 15c20 F'OR SALE - Trash burner, circulator type, white enamel, $30; older style bath tub, $7.50 819 So. 96th St. HI 8268. 15c20

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WANTED - 2 or 3 aged people for board and room; com1forta:ble, homelike place, tele- WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S THROUGH ..WANT ADS vision; GR 7476. 10ctf DRESSES 64 different FOR RENT 2 bedroom un- styles, all guaranteed; $3.69 to 3-Business Service 9-Rea I Estate $13.98. Drop card to Doris 1 furnished duplex apartment in with stove, refrig- Linder, Gen. Delivery, Park·nousE MOVING; il.evellng; Homes in Parkland Commun- Parkland, erator and washer; $67.50 a land. Will gladly call and show foundations; cement work; lty; Acreage close In, either month, 15ctf including lights and samples. fr<~e estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf with or- without buildings. water; 758 Violet Meadow; FOR SALE - Meal Master Oil GR 6742. 10c20 Range. Good condition, galACE SEPllC TANK Bert Brown Realty vanized hot water tank with copper coils, complete $75; HA I I-Repair Service SERVICE 11220 Pacific Ave. 9098. 7430 So. A 15p19 WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Septic Tanks eleaned Office-Days, GR 3341 Largest stock in town. RepairSPECIAL ORDER CAKES,...GR 4343 Evenings, YU 9221, HI 3315 IU ing that pleases. B.B.'s Wash- Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann HI 5058 Agent for- American Expre11111 er Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409 Bakery. t:i. B. ACKLEY 15ctf Money Orders llctf f'TtOZEN WATER PUMPS FOREST WOOD for sale, all A. = WELDED-Glacier Pump & ; FOR SALE - G. I. equity $975 12-Used Autos types; wholesale, retail; SmithWell Dril'ling Co., 10435 So. takes over a 4% G.I. loan with ingell Bros., Rt. 1, Box 29, Eat- IU _:'-)~_(!E!dan, GR 5566. · 3c19 $67.75 per month. 2 extra 41 CHEV. 1 Y,, Ton flat bed onville. 15ctf :C SMITH CABIN·ET SHOP large bedroom rambler, only trunk. It's a buy at $350.00. 1 I{emodeling, kitchen cabinets: 2 years. old. Full basement, Lucky Sales & Service, 135th LEAVE FILM AT Quallfy I-" P.hoto Service fGr developing. .... we seU glass; 16309 So. Park, excellent oil furnace, fully & Pacific Ave., GR 8688. Spane.way, GR 7949. 3ctf landscaped, fenced back yard. 12c20 In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pa-j Ill.II cific Ave. 15ctf. _,, ~---· od Buy from owner; call LA 7998. F Ad S WE BUILD HOMES, rem el, c36 13 --.. arm WANTED-Chickens and rab. / ~ level buildings: cabinet work, concrete work. Reasonable. ACREAGE WANTED FOR SALE-Baled hay. Phone bits. Call us before you sell. IU GR 3550, MA 0106. 3ctl WE NEED acreage; .1 acre on Graham 7-7446. 13p20 Cope's Poultry Marltet, 7036 U SINGER r<?l!-nd bobbin tread]e, up. Have prosp:ctive buyers FOR SALE - Mixed grass and Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Was}\ 15ctt 11.-l condition, only $27.::>0. for bare acreage, 1 to 4 bed- clover hay, $25 per ton; 6 HA 4406. SINGER SEWING MACHINE r~om h<;mses. Need . places miles south af McKenna on CO., 116 2nd Ave. S.E., ?uyal- with. chicken J:ouses, have Smith road; Milton J. Smith, 16-livestock, Equip ~ HORSE SHOEING !up. 15c20 h~~~: :h~o~'.ll N~a~at~~~ _Y_e_lm_.- - - - - 13p21 GRanite 5873 16ctf Q what you have in the country HIGHEST PRICES PAID for we can be of service to you. all kinds of livestock; call or CASH FOR mHk coW!l, beef, .md M&M For full cooperation and ac- write Butch Grombach Rt. 3 iheif-ers, veal and hogs. Call .ll:llii: SEPTIC TANK SERVICE tion call HA 0365. McKinley Box 577, Payallup; phone Puy'. R. Thackeray collect. Puyal- ;:) CLEANING - PUMPING Hill Realty. Member of Tac .. \ allup 5-5621. 13ctf lup 5-5414. .~ O o'ne-Trip Service on 1000 Real Estate :8oard. 6311 McGallon Tanks Legal Notices Kinley Ave. c9tf I 4--Situation Wanted GR 5588 GR 3700 CHILD CARE in my home, pre- In the Superio;.. Courtof the Jennie L. Grodvlg SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-State of Washington, for the Fer days; call after 5 p.m.; Contents hauled away. Don Parkland Realty Co. County of Pierce Monday - Friday, e. HI 8503; Redford. 8232 So. Fawcett. \· Saturday, Sunday, l;fA 3021; JN THE MATTER OF THE Insurance of All Kinds GA 7fil,;!4. If no answer call close to Fern Hill School. ESTATE OF Notary Public GA 9222. 3ctf 14-c-20 EVERETT W. FUIJLER, DeEst. in Parkland Since 1941 EI,ECTRIC. PIPE THAWING EXPERT PRUNING of trees ceased. GR 7232 days NO. 57280 -iPlumbing repairs; Hamilton and shrubs; phone GR 5751. 208 Garfield Street NOTICE TO CREDITORS Plumbing, Rt. 13, Box 79, GR 14c21 Notice is hereby given that s9o5. 3c20 I -----· WANTED - Small or large WOMAJ\" wants work by the the undersigned has been aphour; $1 per hour; call GR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES I Acreage. I have sold most of pointed and has qualified as 14c22 Executr.ix of the above entitled Il'\SURANCE -- Family hos- my listings. If you are inter- 3972 after 4 p.m. pital coverage; income protec- ested in selling your place call WOULD like more bookkeep- estate; .that an persons having tion; educational policies. GR Barney McFadden, MA 7177; ing accounts and typing. Pick claims against said deceased are 3073. 3ctf Res. Graham 7-7337. McMEN· up and delivery service. Call hereby required to serve the AMINS REALTY COMPANY, Puyallup 5-6388. 14c20 same, duly verified, on said 706 Pgt. Snd. Bnk. Bldg. Jeanne E. Lampitt, executrix SEPTIC TANKS, CESS YOUNG MAN would like part or her attorneys o·f record at ?OOLS CLEANED time work evenings and week the address below stated, and Contents Hauled Away TANGLEWOOD ends, call GR 5586. 14p19 file the same with the Clerk of Hutson ' A CUTE, clean 2:bedroom said Court, together with proof home; hardwood floors; near ACCORDION lessons in your of such service, within six TANK CLEANING Luthe1,an school;• wil'l go G.I. home; instrument furnished; months after the date of .first Ml 3980 HA 7038 14ctf publication of this notice or the CaH Charlie Fulwiler, HA 0365 call HI 9547 collect; Locker Meat Accepted . or HA 1914. same will be barred. DRESSMAKING and alteraRAY GOGAN NEAR N. P. HOS'PITAL Date of first publication Jantions; GR 7257. 14ctf LANDSCOPE CONSTL!.UC- CLEAN 3 bedroom plasterer.,. uary 28, 1954. TION GENERAL landscap. home with large ,living ·room, JEANNE E. LAM.PIT'!'; mg service- new laWns, good sized bedrooms, fine .base- 15-Miscellaneous Executrix of said Estate; wat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, ment, stoker furnace; garage; 114 second Ave. S. E. rockeries. Nothing down, 36 1 ·block to bus and stores. Call FORSALE-Knox MealmastPuyallup, Washington. oil range, 140-gal. ·tank and months to pay. GR 3127. Ralph Decker, HA 0365 or HA stand, 50.gal. water tank; $100. JACOBS & PETERS 3ctf 3415. Call GR 5562 before noon. Attorneys·. fo,r. Estate ELECTRIC CONTRACTING 1 ACRE 15ctf 114 S.econd Ave .. S. E. 25 years experienced; licensed SMA'LL down payment. 3 bed- SINGER round bobbin treadle Puyallup, Washington. Published in the Times.Journal &. bonded; reasonable; Lee room home near 67th and and attachments, fully guarCorp, GR 7064. 3ctf •Portland Ave.; living room, antced; was $39.50, now only Jan. 28; F€!b. 4, 11, 1954.

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405 Garfield St. HEAVY DUTY porta'ble sewing for service phone GR 3691 machine, just like new; sey:s forward and reverse;· complete with attachments; was McKinley Realty $97.50, Sewing Machines now only $69.50; SINGU - t Pri- ...,... ~ 6311 McKinley Ave. HA 0365 ER SEWING MACHINE CO., 116 2nd Ave. S.. E., Puyallup. Necchi • Singer - White Member- of 15c20 from $29.00 Tacoma Real Estate Board --~----------· CENTRAL FOR FLOWERS, lawns and SEWING CENTER . gardens try Puget Sound's pure bone and meat 607 So. Pine MA 6893 G. I. Financing F.H.A. Best, meal; Puget Sound Render8317 Tyler St. S.W., LA W·E NEED listings of all kinds. ing; 2434. 15ctf Farms, acreage, lots, buildh1g WELL DRILLING sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, LOCKS & LOCK REPAIRSKeys While-U-Wait. Parkland 3, 4, bedrooms) . Berkeley Pumps Cycle & Key. GR 5772. JAMES R. LORING SACRllFICE - 16 cu. ft. Crom- e JETS e SUBMERSIBLES ·weJ.1 deepJfreeze, like new; 8 CENTRIFUGALS REAL ESTATE phone Graham 7-7305; Rt. 1, o TURBINES Box 529, Graham. 15c19 Natl. Bank of Wash. Bldg. Call GR 7281 Eves. Gr 7068 . Days GR 4148 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET classes. All a,ges. Mildred Tacoma Pump & Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf

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Base Operates on f uH Schedule; MATS Offers Variety of Services As McChord Air Force Base presents a veritable maze to the casual observer; with its acrc:s of buildings and its complicated personnel routine. As part of the public relations which are essential to any large 'business, and even more so to an inst,allation such as McOhord, Brig. Gen. T. Alan Bennett, 25th Air Division com1rnmdc>r has appeared al many special luncheons, dinners and social gatherings in the area. One such gathering is shown in the first picture to right, where Gen. Bennett is participating in a panel discussion on路 Civil Defense preparedness in the Pacific Northwest, during a luncheon in his honor given by the Seattle Press Club. At the right of 1'he first picture, he is thanking Doc Corns, Seattle business man for the use of a series of paintings describing air travel from its beginning. In the second photo, the Base takes on a beauty of its own, with the recent snowfall. Building is I.he base theater, taken just after the first. of the 14 inch snowfall which fell on the area !his past week. In the third photo, a glimpse of the inner workings or lhL' MATS, Military Air Transport Service, which operates on a 24hour basis at McChord, and handles approximately 200 persons, l11hound and outbound daily. Browsing in the branch base exchange, (upper left), is a favorite way for passengers to spend some'tlme while waiting路 for a flight. MU1 Walter Rentner examines a small toy clog In the exchange toyland. SFC Niels W. Futtrup (top cent LT) picks up arctic dothing before departure on a northern flight. Civilian employee and retired Army master sergeant Frank B. Seahill, a veteran of 30 vears service makes the 路issue The pleasant termina' lou-nge (lop right) is a good place to ' relax while waiting for that flight. A/2C Albert E. Dudding (bottom left) moves along the in.flight lunch production line placing sandwiches in boxes. Preparing lunches and pacldng boxes is a responsihility of the 567tJh Food Service Squadron. Placing a long distance call to his wife (bottom center) is S/Sgt. Robert L. Henry. Many servicemen like to make a telephone call home while waiting for aircraft. Weight is highly ilnportant on :MATS transports. A/2C Casper N. Harbin looks on as Pvt. Owen C. Glenn kneels to steady his duHle bag, in bottom right picture. Noting the weight., ls S/'Sgt. Wayne S. Troutman, NCOIC of the shi:ft. -Photos Courtesy McChord ~~~----------~

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Couples Club Elects The Couples club of the Parkland Methodist church met in the .church parlors Frtday evening, Jan. 16, for an evening of fellowship and recreation. Election of officers was held during the business meeting, with the following unanimously

elected. President, .Mr. and Mrs. Harris Victor; vice president, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peterson; secretary-treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westerman. The ham dinner to be given by the club on Feb. 19 was discussed and committees appointed. ·After an enjoyable and profitable white elephant auction, refreshments were served by Mrs. F. W. TraiH and Mrs. Perry Roscoe.

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'(Presented as a public serv'ice by the Washington State Bar Association). SETTLING YOUR DEBTS You can't free yourself from your debts by getting somebody else to promise to pay them. H I borrow $100 from you and promise to pay it back. I YOU SAVE AT can't release myseM from liability to you for the $100 by DANIELS getting my neighbor to promise to pay it for me .. True, lie may HARDWARE Bad news should be broken become bound to pay it also, Pacific Ave. ell. Garfield as carefuHy as a doubtfully but I am still liable unless you, GR. 3171 fresh egg. as creditor, agree to release me and substitute his as debtor. e .. • ....... -- ~ ""' .... "' "' ... ,_. ~ • '«' .. • ., • • • • ie • • o • • • • e e l This simple principle, when • involved in a more complicated " contract, is sometimes lost " sight of. For instance, Adams "'Cl : sells his house to Brown under a contract which calls for Ill 41 e monthly payments of $100. • After making paymenlts for • t11ree years Brown decides he • wants to sell to Carver, who is willing to pay him the amount : 0 e • of his property interest (his 111 • • • o " • • 111 • • o • • • • • • • 111 111 • • • • • • • f l • • e • e fl equity) and to assume and pay the remaining $100 monthly payments as they become due. Creditor Must Consent Now Brown ordinarily can assign his interest in the con· tract to Carver with or without Telephone poles now the consent of Adams (unless go up faster than evthe contract cialls for the coner, thanks to the spe· sent of the vendor). He can do this because it is a property cially designed truck right which he owus. at right. Equipped But because Carver has as· withafastrotarydigsumed and agreed to pay the ger, along arm, and remaiuing balance owed on the Adams contract, Brown isn't a winch line, the "trireleased from liability even ple-duty" truck digs though Oarver has also become pole holes, sets in the liable. The only one who can poles, and straightrelease him is Adams. Brown can't without Adams' pemnisens them ... all in a sion, erase his name from the jiffy. This versatile contradt and make a stranger vehicle also has to the contract the only one Ji. many other jobs, in· a;ble under it. .eluding salvaging Adams has a right to hold Brown to his original promise. used wire on its spe(This column is written to cial reel. We're using inform, not adv,ise. Facts may it in many places throughout the Pacific West today. De- change the application of the velopments like the "triple-duty" truck help us provide you law.) with more service, good service, at the lowest possible cost. Pacific Telephone works to make your telephone a Western Plan House bigger value every day. Told In Magazine

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You Can Call All the Way to New York City for Only $2.50 plus tax More and more people here in the Pacific West are finding out what a value long distance telephone service is . . . to keep contact with friends and relatives in distant places, to get business affairs handled quickly. One reason "'"'""" it costs so Uttle to call. You can now talk for three minutes, day station c;aJ1~ the way to New York for only $2.50 plus tax. And your calls over shorter distances-like Chicago or Salt take, or up and down the Coast, naturally are even lower. And here's a tip about long distance calling. You'll be. surprised at how much you can say~ phl;ee minutes if you'll prepare your notes beforehand ii.rid make notes while you talk. Today, a long distl\,nce call is surely one of the best buys you can make. Pacific

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Pierce· County P-TA Council Winter Convention February 4

The Fe'bruary convention of the Pierce County Council of Parents and Teachers will convene on Thursday, Feb. 4_ at Maple Lawn school in Sumner. The Sumner P-TA, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Andrew. Riddell, presi-' tary hy Mrs. Harris. These in· d~mt, Will be. hosts. There teresting old costumes will be w11! be a. supervised nurser.y for worn by the following women: . . Mesdames 0. E. Fortier, I. E. small .children. Rcg1strat10n will begm at Lundstrom, Earl Winnege, 9:'15 a.m. Mrs. Clarence P. Harold Funkhouser Darrell Lund, Council president wi}I Ried, Donald Hans~ire, Arth· call , the meeting to order at ur Staples, F.Ioyd Cook, D. w. 10 o ~lock. After .her yvords of Wykoff, Howard K. Huxster greeting she . w~H introduce and' Miss Anna De11 Mallon. Jack Burns, prmc1pal of Map.le As a finale, the costumed Lawn school, and Clayton W1l- group will sing appropriate lard, superintei:dent of Sumner songs, led by Mrs. G. A. Lagerschools, who will each welcome quist, music chairman. The the delegates. audience will join the group in Cubs To Present Flag singing vhe choruses of these The Colors will be presented songs. by Cub Scout Den 1 of Pack 80. Mattson Is Guest Mrs. A. 0. Anderson, character The guest speaker will be and spiritual education chair- Virgil Mattson, Safety Educaman, wiM introduce the Rev. tion Officer of the Washington James Hamilton of St. Andrews State Patrol for Pierce Copnty. church in Sumner, who will Off.icer Mattson has been with give the invocation and Fred the Patrol for 13 years and it Lockhard who will play a trom- is his job to work with and ·bone solo, "Agnus Rei" by train the school patrols. He alGeorge Bizet. Enid Leiginger so co-operates witl1 orgailiza· will be his accompanist. tions and schools to help with An extra treat for the as- safety education. Following a sembled group will be the pre- short talk on Salfety, the resentation of the 1954 Daffodil cord'ings from "Could This Be Queen, Mary Carlile, a Sumner You?" will be played. high school senior. Adjournment is set for 2:30 During the busiiiess session, p.m. Mrs. Travers Dryer, chai!'lllan, will give the report o·f .tile nomCard Party inating committee. The Sections will meet, folRodger Lunde auxiliary, Vet· lowing the business session, erans of Foreign Wars, will with the .directors: Mrs. Tom sponsor a card party Friday Moe, Preschool; Mrs.. Thomas evening, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m. at Jones, Elementary; . Mrs. And-J Veterans hall, 11102 So. Yakirew Riddell, High. SchooL ma Ave. Mrs. Troy Nighswong. Lunch At Noon er is chairman. Phone HA 9475 Luncheon will be served at •for reservations. noon, after which the attend-----ance trophies... w.ill 'be awarded' to the ·P"TA and Preschool eaoh having the largest number of Tihere is no "best" plan for a Idelegates present. . Western house:>. The important Mrs. Norman Harris, 1'.ound- 1 princip.'le in planning is that it crs Day and p~ogram .cha1r1.nan,, should 'be oriente'd, designed, has a very mterestmg afterand built to fit its site and noon planned. The past presi-. local climate, and provide op- dent~ of the Council will be portunity for year-around out- special guests. To commemordoor living. ate Founders Day, Mrs. Harris In the northwest it may be a will pres~nt two tableaux degablecroofeld ranch house with picting "Father Was a P-TA protected terraces; in the warm- Member Also." Following this er climates it wHI have a screen- there wi11 ·be a "parade of ed and protected gar'den room, fashions" showing styles datand an air cooled interior. ing from the time of the FoundUsing helicopter photography ers, with a running commenfor the frrst time to tell the story of a house, the February "Sunset" explains one which shows thoughtful orientation for sun, wind, and view. It has You Can Have a two.level, inverted pitch roof with high clesrestory windows set between the levels to flood the interior section with .light AUTO and provide a simple method of LIU air circulafion. This house also has the free URE and easy open plan which more and more Westerners are comof our ing to prefer. Free Inspection Throu·gh Your

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The TB!coma Y.W.C.A. an. nounces ·a new series· of classes in Childlbirth Education, begining February 3. The course will be under the direction of Dr. Virginia Lawrence Larsen of Seattle, assisted. by Mrs. Kathryn Jensen, registered nurse, Tacoma. The course is planned for expectant mothers who are members of the Y.W.C.A. Registrations may be made and class fees paid by the end of January. For further information call the Y.W.C.A., Br. 4181 This will be the third course in ChildbirtJ1 Education offered by the Y.W.C.A., a Red Feather Agency, the last one having termin- :::;.=:.;:~ ated January 13.

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Planning New Laundry Facilities These days there are almost no limitations .on where you do your laundry. If you're planning to build a house, to remodel, or ·buy new laundry equipment, you'll want to do some fresh ~inking on the subject. There are advantages and disadvantages of a separate utility room for laundry appliances, or installation in garage, kitchen, bedroom area, bath-· room, or even out of doors. The ideal location is near the part of the house where the · · t b u 11< o f the was h or1gma es, near clothes storage centers, and near the most frequently used work areas. Other points to consider are access to water, drainage, and vents; and the power and hot water facilities of your home.

.Celebrate Cupid's Day With licious Valentine Apple Salad Washington State apples in a salad,. as new as this year, wlll be. the inspiration for your Val' eiltine's Day entertaining. This unusual bl~nding of flavors, the juicy tang of · the Delicious ·apples Wlith the sweetness of peppermint candy, combine to fomr an "aft!;'r bouquet" that will be a long remembered taste treat. Feature. Valentine Salad for the dessert, .too. It is equally delicious whether .served for the first course or as the finish to an ll,lreadY perfect dinner. The snowcwhite of the De" lieious ••apple_ ·under· tfa~ •·ruby red·· skill just· naturally carries 011t the traditional color scheme associated. with romantic. Valeilt,ine's. Day. The ·distinctive flavor, tangy al'ld Pungen•t, is only one . rea$on . why Delicious apples are popular for• •.all fresh .eating. ·. :: The crispness in texture. makes every juicy bite a dee light. ·The expression "smacking ..Qne's lips'' must .have· orig-

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Lutes Will Travel To Ellensburg For Clash With Central Washington

with LARRY KIRKWOOD

A'bout the only news this week is the weather, and that is getting to be an old story. A'bout the only activity seems to be sitting home watching a western movie- on television. Oh, well, it can't last long-(it says here in fine print). Quite a rew of us were present at the installation of officers for the Parkland Business Club and watched Jennie Grodvig receive the award for the "woman of the year," and Jack Brown awarded a like honor for the "man of the year" Congratulations to both for they were very deserving of this honor. The Tacoma Lariettes held their banquet in spite of the snow Saturday night with a record attendance. Co-chairman for this event were Joan Kern and Leona Craig who were successful in planning an evening af fun. The big event in the near future is the March of Dimes dance to be held Saturday night, January 30th, at Sunshine hall in Parkland. Since this is such a worthy cause and a fine evening of entertainment b planned, we should all attend. Along the trail we saw Hans and Leona ·Roslie sliding down 'hill on a bobsled ... the incoming correspondence secretary for the Parkland Business club promising to serve breakfast in bed to the outgoing secretary . . . . Del and Marcella Wright buying a large ranch in the Rainier district . . . U1e Lariette captain tying a tie for the Posse captain. Send your. news to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134ili and Pacific, Phone GRanite 3261.

Pacific Lutheran college basketball forces return to the maples this weekend after a two-week lay off during final examinations. Friday night the Lutes will travel to Ellensburg to meet Central Washington. In thek last met!'ting the

Olson Tames Ridone

In Middleweight Match Saturday Middleweight cha:mp Carl (Bdbo) Olson made short work of Joe Ridone, last Saturday night in San Francisco, in a warmup match before he de· fends his title against Kid Gav clan April 2nd. Olson started. slow but gradually warmed up to the task and had Ridone in bad shape by the end of the fourth round. Us· ing a steady barrage of heavy blows to the body and an oc: casional stiff punch to the button, "Bobo" looked like the Olson. of old. At the start of round five, Olson swarmed all over the out. classed Ridone and finally polished him off with a solid right to foe jaw. Ridone took the full ten count flat on his back. Olson will now take a rest from the ring wars until he starts training for his title defense against - Gavelan. Although Gavilan is favored at present to take Olson's title, it is a cinch he will have his hands full with the rugge·d "bo'bo".

Gladiators dumped the Wildcats 69-50. Traveling cross-town to the College of Puget Sound, the Lutherans Will tangle with the Loggers in another Evergreen conference tilt. The two teams have split thus far this season, the Lutes winning the first, 7162, and the Loggers winning the other 65.64. !PLC coach, Marv Harshman, expects Al Gubrud to be back in the starting lineup for the week end games. Gubrud missed the CPS and Central games because of an injury to his hand. The rest of the Lute lineup will be the same, with Paul Nordquist and Bob Ross at forwards, Garnet Lund at center, and Donn Goesslcr at guard. Gubrud will probably get the nod at the other guard.

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