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rangers The .members of Boy Scout Trnop No. 104, McChord, held their Court of Honor, Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p. m. in the Chapel Ann"x. The program h"gan with the Pledge of Allogiancc to the American Flag, led by Patrol Leader Gene Little. A very impressive candlelight ce1·emony in which the'following boys recei\•ed · badges was held. Parents of the scouts pinned the badges on their sons. Richard Dangle, Tenderfoot; David Gedert, Tenderfoot; Daniel Glesmam1, Tenderfoot; Jahn Harvey, Tenderfoot; Dennis ,Tohn·ston, Tenderfoot; Gene Little, Tc•ndcrfoot; Jimmy Mitchell, Tenderfoot; Ross· Nolen, Tenderfoot; Baird Stephson, Tenderfoot; Worth Stephson, Tenderfoot; Richard Stolarski, Tenderfoot; Tornmy Bennl;!tt; Second Class; Johnathon Sew, .err, Tenderfoot.

Plans for the State· convention this y,;ar, as the Gr a 11 g e convention in faciliti<'s al Uw PLC site ar,; in P~trkland at the Pacific the .finest availccblc and the Lutheran College o·ot spir·iL of cnth:isiasm in Pierce :=-;, Cnuntv runs high. ~nde.r. v:.a; ~nesc'.:Y, Feb. Ted" Lloyd, State Deputy ,,th dt Lhe

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offering talks to the group were, 5tate Lecturer r:reda Berger and State Juvenile Matron Dorothy Dodge. Fourteen committees were named by Pomona Master Frank Swalandcr at this time. These primary committees and their chairmen are : Session: housing, Chester Thompson; housing for officers, Etta Rau; degree team exemplification, 0. C. Wisne,r; decorations, Daisy Pratt; finance, C. lVI. McKenney. Publicity, Jerry Shea; enter· tainmcnt, Marie Custer; fifth and sixth degree ticket sales, George Custer; regis tra ti on of visitors, Minnie Chesley; state, Frederick Pratt. Hospitality, Charles Hartman; home economics, Esther Swaiancler; juvenile commit· tee, Maude S'IAfalancler; canteen committee, Mrs. Lange anti

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about one mik north gf Yelm, 1, Yelm, picked up S/Sgt. Euclose to highway 5. go1e Green one of the jumpers, I went up and. took some with an injured back and turnpicturcs of the crash, arid I am ed him over to military police, still marveling. The plane stop. who were also on hand. ped barely 200 feet from two He is reported to 1be in good fir trees, large enough to have condition. cut it in two. After the landing was made, Four of the crew bailed out Sgt. White and Capt. Castelli on orders from Capt. Cos· used fire extinguishers and telii but Sgt. White rode the were able to put t!he fire out plane down with him. This is in the right motor, before it the second crash landing for reached the gasoline tanks. \Nhite in .the past, two weeks, They were calmly regard· according to his wife in-g their predicament when , Two loc'l;l ..resid.ents, Charthe Yelm Fire Department ies Dunham or Rte. 1, Box 187 I arrived Yelm, and Lee Lefebure, of Rte. 1

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The district superintendent of the postal transportation service of Seattle recen.tly announced there will be no change in the present Spanaway mail service of two daily deliveries and dispatches of mail from Tacoma. Because of the great vol· ume of mail received protest· ing the plan of one round trip daily, acknowledgemen 6f individual letters will not be sent. However, the Postal Trans· portation Service wishes to assure all patrons nothing will be done which will result in poorer service from the pat· rons.

Forest fires have occurred in every month of th,; year in Washington according to Stat,; supervisor of forestry, L. T. Webster. Pointing up the need for extreme care in burning leaves, brush, weeds, or fern, Webster urged that all rural dwellers carefully, g·uard every fire during dry or windy weather. In certain cases just a few days of warm sunshine can transform grasses. or dead for· est fuels· into highly inflamablc materials. Despite the fact that WashLast call for old license ington had the best forest fire plates! The Q 1ildren's Orth.a- year in it's history during 1953, pedic Hospital, Seattle, has is- Webster stated that about one sued a reminder to all motor- I quarter of our man.caused forists to leave their old license est fires were brush or trash plates at their nearest gas sia-1 fires that were allowed to estion or garage where they will cape. be picked up and sold for the The Keep Washington Green hospital's benefit. program has helped to rcduc,; Major oil · companies have many types of forest fires, parvolunteered to collect plates llcularly those caused by carefrom gas stations and dealers less smokers but the debris fire on their regular routes and take 'I that accidentally. or carelessly them to the central collection gets ~way remams to plague agency, Pacific Iron .and Metal fire fighters. Co., 2230 4th Avenue So., Se· "Each year thousands of 0 attle. tiny seedling trees are burned

Minor Crime Wave Someone had a field day, at Midland early Sunday morning center line was accepted as stan\fard by the majority of the llighway officials of the country and the fact also that 38 states used the y.thite

,Parkland Com. .1Club Installs New Officers

Formal installation of new officers and announcement pf committee personnel was the Hubcaps Taken highlight of the regular meetP. W. Baum of 1318 East ing of the Parkland Commun- 99th St. told Chief Criminal ity club Thursday evening, Feb. Deputy . Dick Mccreadie Sr. 11, at the Parkland school. that someone took all of his Three officers are already hubcaps last Friday from his well acquainted with their club '52 Nash, parked in his driv,;duties, having been re-elected way. at a recent meeting. They are Window Broken Mrs. Jennie Grodvig, president; Smalley Bros. Body shop, Sev Kittleson, vice president, and Mrs. Gladys Vvutz, treasur- 10325 Pacific Ave. reported to er. Mrs. Floyd Hicks was in- Detective Jim Phil! that a window had been broken in the stalled as the new secr,;tary. The .follmving committee ap- rear of the garage sometime pointments were announced, during the night of Feb. 3, with the chairman's name appearing apparently no effort being made first: Program, Bob Lynd, to enter. Car Stripped Marjorie Rolfe, Doris Gable, Harry F. Rich, 11405 So. I 1 ,~, Doris Bryan, Kay Skiurut; publidty, Judy Densmore; reported to Deputy Helen Wick schools, 0. M. Jordahl; library, that the sl;;:irts from his '51 Louise Lynd, Harry Chambers, Mercury were taken between 8 Ruth Magdanz; hospitality, and 9 p.m. Tuesday, while phoning and greeters, Mrs. C. parked in front of the James s. Fynboe, Marjorie Worley, Sales school. Beverly Hedlund, Mary ;Kittle· sen, Marion. St. John, Mrs. Martin Mathison. Legislative and by-laws, E. M. Krumm, P. P. P.flueger, Jack Paich, Mike Wutz, Dick Souk11 summer seasorl was an• up; sewer, liawrence , Arm· • • nounced. • . strong, ·~art Payne, Herman An extensive fishing pro· . (Continued On Page 8) . gram, ~o be carried out with · . . · .· Services were read Wednes· I the ass'lstance of the state de· day for Marlie11e Gorman 15~ I partment of fisheries, is ex- R. d 7 ·T I ; year old former Bethel 'high pected to b,;nefit the tourist · I I student, Who only recently trade as well as the local resiTaco m a Pierce County moved to Seattle. dents. . . . . . . .··· Health Departmeµt r:eport;?d 54 . Sll.e ,was killedin an auto aA· ·Walter. Hewitt and Harry new cases of measles this week, cidenl • on' the Seattie..rracoma , Canty were appointed as a com- bringing the 1954 total to 517, highway last Friday . night, · mittee to investigate the. situa· as compared to.19 for the same about half"way 'between Tacoma

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Hi Boosters Meet Postponed The regular m,;eting cif the. Franklin Pierce Hi Booster club has been postponed from the scheduled date, Feb. 23, to Thursday evening, Feb. 25. The change was made necessary because of foe Franklin Pierce-Peninsula basketball game at the high school Feb. 23. A fine program has been arranged for the February meeting, which will be held in the auditorium-cafeteria of the high school.

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Bethel High School Juniors, shown above rehearsing, will pi·esent their . class play Feb. 25 and 26 in the Bethel High Auditorium. "It's Grcaf To Be Crazy" is the title of the play, which will be directed by William J. O'Connell. The curtain will rise at 8 p.m. Left to right in the above photo are Rene McAllister, Oma Lee Clark, Cathy Holt, Vic Becker, Mickey Cheeseman, Barbara Burrington, Dick Kraig er, Jerry Johnson and Pete Mattsen.


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Mrs. E. W. Austin presented t.b,.e P~t presidents and pinned a corsage of carnations on each one. They were Mesdames M. S. Rau, Fay Clover, L.A. Hoff· · man, Norman Johnson, Frank Gates, William Dowie, George Wangelin, Lawrence Howard and Ranghill Peterson. Mrs. Rau was presented with

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a life membership in tbe P-TA The Preschool also gave a honoring her work in organiz- life membership pin to Mrs. ing the C<0ntral A\r~Ue. P·TA Lenhard Winters, ttw presi· with the help of Mrs. Elwell dent, for her outstandirlg work Hoyt, and is the only charter with pre·S<:!QQpl mRt;hers, Mrs. member now living in the com- George Wangelin presented the munitY. life membership pins. · Mrs. Chester Larson was also ' Mrs. Kenneth Romjue, propresented with a similar pin I gram chairman, presented a for her willing service through very __ i.rit_er.es.'tin ___g. PJ'Ogra_ a_ nd the years. Mords Ford, superintendent pf m ._ .

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the Franklin Pierce district, gave an interesting talk on the history of Central A venue school. For the social hour that fol· lowed, the lunchroom tables were decorated. with Valentine hearts. Mrs. Olson, a 3rd grade teacher, cut the beautiful birth· dfiy cake, which. was served by the 3.rd grade mothers.

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There was a time when a certain brand -of coffee Letter lo the was advertised as "fit for a king". The way coffee prices are today, it would take a king to afford .it. Editor Last week in the Journal, leading a list of petty a

thieveries reported in the Police Blotter column, was the report of the theft of three pounds of the precious· blend from the James Sales Grange This may or may not have been influenced by the rise in price. However, newspapers throughout the nation are reflecting the opinions of the people. From Abingdon, Ill., comes this sentiment: " .. The coffee drinkers of the nation now want the rest of the story. They are sending telegrams by the hundreds to their congressmen, and they want results at once. "There is a natural suspicion that the frost in Brazil may be part fact and part fiction, and that manipulation by speculaors in New York City is the real reason. "The United States doesn't want to get too tough with Brazil, because it has been a good friend in critical times-and good friends, even among nations, are getting scarce." The Hagerston, Md., Herald advises: " ••• Stop drinking coffee, or cut down a little. The law of supply and demand will take care of the situation faster than you can crumple a tea leaf." On the other hand, the Cortland, New York, Standard offers this bit: " . . . The 15-cent -cup is not too far away. And we'll do nothing about it. Sure, we will gripe and moan for a few days, but that is all it will amount to. All of these opinions arc no doubt shared by each and everyone of us, in one way or another, and in the meantime, we suppose, we'll just have to go on having all the joy taken out of our morning coffee, when we look at the price on the coffee can.

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One of the most dependable aspects of everyday living, particularly in Pierce County, is the assurance that in the e'vent of an emergency, help will be forthcoming-with the greatest possible speed. The work of the volunteer fire departments which funci!jon in almost every community of any size around the area, is not only consistant, but outstanding. Three cheers to the volunteer fire laddies, and long may they continue to serve so efficiently.

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Editor: Times.Journal: Our sincere thanks to those responsible for getting this move (lowering speed limi't on Airport Rd.) started. We live on the corner of Airport and Cedar St. and near Waller Rd., and have seen many accidents at the corner of Airport and Waller roads. There is also a great need for caution or overhead stoplight at that intersection. Perhaps this could be accomplished at !he same time when the speed is reduced to 35 m.p.h. There have -been many peopie killed on this murdurous highway, and at this intersec· tion, and something should be done 8'bout it. Sincerely, Mrs. Carl Molzan Rt. 4, Box 425.

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Do you like a basket social? Then pack a lunch for two and come to the Central Avenue school Friday evening, Feb. 19. There will be games and sur. prise awards. Everyone is welcome. The affair is sponsored by the Preschool. Ad<t Holden Circle 1'he Ada Holden cirde of the WSCS of Summit church will meet at the home of Mrs. McMillan Thursday, Feb. 25, for 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Rau wi:ll be the assisting hostess. Mrs. Emil Beyer will have the lesson. All ladies in the com. munity are invited. P·TA, Preschool Central Avenue P-TA and Pre;;ohool met at tl1e school Tuesday, Feb. 16, for the reg· ular meeting and Founders Day program. Mrs. I. W. Rinehart, president, opened the meeting with the Boy Scouts presenting the colors, followed by the nationa-1 anthem, with Mrs. Frank

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Westlund, Henry friends_ and the public in .gen· Bergt, Erwin_. Cope, Er~1est department: finances th~,operatSPANAWAY eral will be welcomed at the Cope, James h.rng, Paul LrndUU ion of the fire hall for thC' year new office at 323 Garfield St., berg, E. 0. Tinius and Eva NelMrs. Karl Cordes proved a huge success SunParkland. Coffee will be served son. )\frs. Sorenson received a Puyallup 5-2511 shine hall was filled to capac. ity from 9 a.rn. till 1 p.m. and there gift of money. h D and the generous support will. be suckers for th. e child· New Grandson R Sbave tt e atetl d te thr. ough donations from .the . Nalley's 1 · · cmem er ·a save · 1e a ren who accompany t1eir parCongratulations are being re· of Feb. 26 for the Smoker, public prove_d that p~ople of "Mild Western" ents. . . . ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Fred . d b tl Woodland P- the commumty appreciate the Bob Lo.raas needs no mtro· Erickson on N1c arrival of a Tsp,:>nsiotre Y. ie tl c fine service being rendered by Chili Con d ti ·ta p kland foll·s as ""· promises ano ~er cv . uc on ar . ' . . grandson, horn to Mr. and Mrs. nin of entertainment and fun the firemen. Carne. 15 oz.••••• he's been around for ::he past Alf1•ed Erickson Feb. 10 at for gall. Those who attended last The Parkland firemen wish l~ years. ~fter graduating fro~ Swedish hospital in Seattle. year w. ill re.·m.. ember th.e good to thank ~11 who su~ported the Nalley's Lmcoln hrgh school, he atten 111 at Home time and the good show put on dance, wr th a special "thank Mayonnaise . . Pd PLC for a year. He worked Sorry to heair that Ethel by the students under the in· you" to the Parkland business as salesman 1for the Brookd~e \ 'Mo'thershed has been ill at struction of their teachers. Mr. firms who contributed so genQt.... Lumber Co. ?r four1115 year~. e J1er home all week. Furseth and Mr. Dinsmore. erously in money and merchanSharp Lb. and hrs wife hve at South Triple Birthday Party The smoker will start at eight I dise for Hie awards CHEESE ••••• 63c ,s 114th St. A triple birthday party was and will .have an evening full Recervmg awards were Mrs. C Y T . 11 . t· b anJo . cIoc''. I . M :·s · PJ·1eno ' Van amps e 11 ow S/ a1 1 n1n . . · 1 T zre, m . held Wednesday, Feb . lo, .at of boxing and wrestlmg W1tl1 the home of Mrs: E. the girls' marching agam planter M_mme TUNA • • • • 9 7/C II '9 1illl \Ii 3 son. Sharmg the bJrthday with putting on one of their attract· plant; Mrs. Skwirut, ce~amrc M. D. E.,st.her Robinson. were .·Ellen ivc drill.sunder the di.rection of B,r.al_1ma bu'.!.~; M.rs ... 1\..1a.rtmson, TISSUE • • •• 2/21c Lorenz and Allen Robmson. Mrs. George Cole. Donation for L.f!d1es Aux1hary basket. Sunny Jim Oz. Glass 18 Those present were Mesdames the event will be: Adults, 35c;· , . Don't Cl\a~e· Fires I APPLE BUTTER 21 Riverside Valley Grange E. G. Tinius, John LaPore, L. children. 12 and under, 25c. Firemen ask people NOT to gathered at the home of Mr. Top Round U.S. Good Lb. and Mrs. Stanley Fisher Tues· Anderson, Paul Lin~·berg, D. T. There will be pop corn, cof~ee, . follow the fire tr?cks to fires, day evening, Feb. 9. A,fter brief Lindberg, Don Lmdberg, E. hot dogs, and pop sold durmg nor to park then· cars near STEAKS • • • • • 59 C the trucks at fires. These prac· Smoked Lb. business, there were games and Mothershed, A. Niemi, G. Gray, the evening. Albert Nelson and Franz Hanstory Teller's Leagu~ tices make it very dif_fic?lt for P~G HOCKS •• 35c Valentine refreshments. Anyone interested in -0rgan- the firemen to do then- Job, as h" k Lb At the close of the evening, son and Thelma Funk. 5n · there was a surprise for Mr. ed a table decorated with a izing a Story Teller's League well as increasing the hazards. Ge ~~ADll'llS Fire Permits a&.&. n.u • • • 7C and Mrs. Charles Berg (form· pink birthday cake and Valen- is invited to meet Mrs. George Chief Harry Beitz reminds Green IBun. erly Dorothy Olsen), who were tine favors, his guests being Lagerquist of Tacoma, Wednesrecently married. They were Billy Mothershed, Susan and day at 8:00 p.m. at the home of the public that after Feb. _15 ONIONS ••••• 5c IBun. presented a beautiful table David Lorenz and Gene Gooch. Mrs. Joe Temus,. Phone 5-7901. it is necessary to have a frre Sc lamp, with cream color base All three honor guests received At that time she will explain P.ennit for any open fire, Fire RADISHES • • • • decorated with · rose ceramic many cards with money enclos- the Story Teller's League's ac· permits may be obtained at ~b. work and wearing a pink shade; cd, to be spent for something tivities and help those inter- the Parkland fire hall after 8 they wanted to buy. ested in organizing one. p. m. CELERY • • • • • 7C Mrs. Berg, now Flora of the Story Hour January Calls New 2 Lbs. Grange, was formerly its sec· retary. 1 The Woodland. Preschool story The Parkland Volunte~r Fire RHUBARB •••• 25c ~ 11 'i;jj hour was held last week at the department answered six frre . Comple~e. GSeldectiosn eodfs school in Mrs. Arnold's room. calls during the month of JanMrs. A. L Goddard ' A group of youngsters enJoye · d uary with 70 men reportmg. · Flower 1 I "'d ar Allen De GRanite 4317 their afternoon of stories. Mrs. There was also a resusitator C OSe ay nobert Shuster was in charge. case with satisfactory results. Monday Feb. 22nd - 1 of the story, games and refreshments. Valentine Parties Jiffy 1 Gaily Teacher Leaves decorated Valentine Pie Crust Mix 2/19c Mrs. Alvaradb, first grade boxes loaded with hear.t and Jiffy Com teacher, ll.1H last w:ek for New sentiments were in each r?om muffin mix.• 2/19C York where she will leave for at the Woodland school Friday Germany to join her husband when room mothers aided th\) This is a One Time ONLY Special Offer who is stationed there with the teachers with their annual ValU. S. Air Force. Mrs. Beatrice cntine room parties. Each room -P-r-ic_e_s-Effective Feb~9 &20 Vvoodbury, of Tacoma, is teach- enjoyed the exchange of Valing her grade now. • entines and rr,freshmenls. I

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late. and cup cakes after the mcc:ting. On Feb. 9 the baking members made a cake together at the home of Mrs Stanley Willis The next baking meeting will be March 9. On Feb. 23 the sewing mem· hers will meet. at the home of success in the school elections. Mrs. Mel Pederson. lVk Anderson proposed the re-

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are reminded to keep the evening of March 5 open for the , Collins P·TA Hobby show. It will include exhibits, booths of "white elephants", aprons, anrl baked goods, won(!erful enter· tainment and dinner. Proceeds will go for the school yard fence, so stii.rt thinking about your contribution and dig up /'hose "wihte elephants". Anyone who is interested ,ii} displaying a collection, an antique, or handwork of any kind may contact Mrs. Max Effenberger at GR. 6719 for information. I'!

, The regular monthly meeting or lhe Ladies Auxiliary will be held Thursday, February 25. Hos lesses for the 12 :30 pot luck luncheon will .be Mrs. John' Folk, Mrs. John R. Andrews, Mrs. Mike Latterell, and Mrs. Ed Hoffman. The officers for 1954 wrn be installed. Home From Trip Mrs. L. R. Field, . of East 1 · 72nd street, returned home Iii Sunday :from a two months trip. Mrs. Field spept several weeks in .Jackson Heights, N. Y., visiting her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rich· ard Armstrong, and toui·ing fue east coast. And on her return trip she made numerous stops across the country to visit relatives and friends. Welcome home, Mrs. Field. In California Mrs. Norman Hague, Sr. is spending several weeks in Long Beach, California, visiting relatives. New Daughter Mr. and Mrs ..Thomas Folk, of Tacoma, announce the birth of a daughter. Sandra Susan, February 2 at St. Joseph's hos· pital. Sandra has a sister Pame· la and a brother Tommy. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs . .John Folk, of Canyon road. Appreciation Mrs. Glen Carmack, general chairman, and her committee, Mrs. Don Hans•en and Mrs. John R. Andrews, wish to thank the friends and neighbors who were present at fue Community Club Valentine dance. . Ed Hoffman, chairman of the Men's Night program, wishes vo thank the cluib members who participated and who so generously contributed their tal· ents to the entertainment, which was enjoyed by everyone present. The evening W.\IS voted a complete success. Hobby .Show ·March 5 People of the Collins district II!

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STERBICK & STERBICK Attomeys 3805!;2 So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Wash. In the. Superior Court of the State of Washington, for the County of, Pierce. In The Matter Of The Estate of WILLIAM HENRY SIELK, Deceased NO. 57433 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap· pointed and has qualified as Executrix of the above' entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Ex· ecutrix or her attorneys of record at the address below i stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be bar· red. Date of first publication 11th day of February, 1954. Executrix of said Estate ZELDA L. SIELK 3805 1h So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma,, Washington STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys for Estate 3805 11~ So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Washington Published in the Times-Journal l<'~b. 18, 25; March 4, 195~. PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS

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S:MITH CABINET SHOP Remodeling, kitchen eabinets; we sell glass; 16309 So. Park, Spanaway, GR 7949. 3ctf C'..ABINET WORK and general LORING carpentry work. New and re- JAMES pair. Reasonable. Free estiREAL ESTATE mates. Phone GR 7320 after National Bank of Wash. Bldg. 5 p.m. 3p25 Eves. GR 7068 • Days GR 4148 WE BUILD HOMES, remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, ACREAGE WANTED concrete work. Reasonable. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctl WE NEED acreage; 1 acre on . ····--up. Have prospective buyers for bare acreage; 1 to 4 bedroom houses. N ccd places with chicken houses; have parties who will trade for homes in town. No matter what you have in the country we can be of service to you. For full cooperation and action call HA 0365. McKinley Hill Rea1ty. Member of Tac. Septic Tank Cleaning Real Estate l5oarct. 6311 McFree Estimates Kinley Ave. c9tf

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SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED97 ACRE DAIRY FARM Contcnts hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. ORTING district. About 1/3 in GA 7334. If no answer call meadow, the rest would be GA 9222. 3ctf easily cleared. All fenced. iDairy 1barn for 32 head of ------- --------- cows with lots of hay storage. SEPTIC TANKS, CESS Mill' house, garage and chickPOOLS CLEANED en house. 2 bedroom home. Contents Hauled Away Drilled well, spring creek and Puyallup river. Paved road TANK CLEANING full length. Stock and macl!· HI 3980 HA 7038 'inery can be purchased. This 1s Locker Meat Accepted nice and is priced right at $11,500. Call Mr. Inloes HA Don't Throw It Away!! TRADE 0365 or HA 2547. it at B & J Trading Post, 8328 LIKCOLN DISTRICT So. Park Ave. Open Sundays. 3p24 NICE 2 bedroom home, basement with auto. heat. Large RAY GOGAN comb. living and dining room LANDSCOPE CONS'fi{UC- 15x30 wH:h fireplace. Nice T!ON GENERAL landscap. residential district on quiet ing service- new lawns, Home newly ·painted peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, I street. inside and out. Call Hal Underrockeries. Nothing down, 36 wood HO 0365 or PR 9896. months to pay. GR 3127. $5,500.00 3ctf GI EQUITY $1500.00, approx. ELECTRIC CONTRACTING $30.00 per month, 3 bedroom 25 · years experienced; licensed home on South Asotin. Large & bonded; reasonable; Lee living room, dining room and ~2_(;_~_2()§! ________ 3c!f ·kitchen wired 220. Close to bus and schools. Call Dean 8-Wanted To ·Buy ·Bruner HA 0365 or GR 4438. 7 250 WANTED-Buildings to wreck. PACIFIC AVE. DIST. - $ , 3 BEDROOM hom.e . on one We buy and sell used building materials. White Ball Lumber f!Dor, living room, dmmg room, Co., Bingham Road, just west kitchen wired 220, utility room, cement foundation, garage. 3 of Summit View; GR 8591. lots. Terms if desired. Call 8ctf Ralph Decker, HA 0365 or HA WANTED - Horses and old 3415. cows for mink feed; Rt. 3, Box NOTHING DOWN · G.I. 577, Puyallup; phone Puyallup FRICED at $6,750.00. 3 .b~d5-5621. 8ctf rooms, living room, ..am.mg r•oom, kitchen, good bmlt-!ns, SPOT CASH 3-pc. bath, cl".ment fo1:111dation, For Your Used Furniture good roof. Nice locatlOJ~rC~ 1 Piece or House Full Ralph Decker, HA 036 5 Block's Furniture Mart 3415. 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA 2882

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PARKLAND BEAUTIFUL three bedroom home on large corner lot which is landscaped by experts. Beautiful isn't the only suitable adjective to describe this home of excellent construction whidh is finished with mahogany trim, has Roman brick fireplac" in living room, as well as wall-towall carpeting, insulation and many, many special features that must be seen to be appreciated. This is a fine home ,for the professional family, selling for $14,500 wi1h F.H.A. terms. RAMBLER type older bungalow with furnace and wall-towall carpeting, five lots, nice shrubbery, selling for only $6,250.00 with $2,000 down on private contract and $50 per month. LARGE three bedroom rambler with linoleum tile floor, ceramic tile kitchen, large garage and cement driveway on three lots near P.O., bus, schools and stores. $9,500. Owner will vacate to prospect making largest down :payment o'ffer. Owner will give quick possession as she is moving to California. WANT furniture and a fine large three room and !bath home on two lots, just 1 % .blocks to bus? All included for $5,850 and only $1,050 down. SEE THIS! RAMBLERS on large lots in country-like atmosphere. One selling for $6,450 and larger one next door for $8,950. Owner will handle for $1,500 down. NEAR McChord Field but also near stores and bus. 2 bedrooms with carpeting, heater and electric range. $1,633 equity and assume $4,150 on G.I. loan at 4%. 21h ACRES with four room home at $6,950 including electric range and oil heater. Low equity payment. SPAKAWAY LARGE story and half bungalow with picture windows nvcrlooking Spanaway Lake. Full basement, private well. Nice and clean. 31 feet of lake frontage with shorelands. $7,· 500 with $2,500 down. Jennie L. Grodvlg

EXPERT PRUNING of shrubs and trees; Fred Stotler, GR '5551. 14c26 DRESSMAKING tions; GR 7257.

FOR SALE - Used Kroehler davenport & chair; not bad at all; $14.95; PARKWAY FUR· NITURE, 14lst & Pacific Ave. (::.R 3941. Open till 9. 15c23 NJ<;W, metal bed, coil spring~ 40 lb. Felted cotton mattress, complete $37.50. Parkway !Furniture, l 41st & Pacific Ave., GR 3941. Open till 9:00 p.m. WANTED-Chickens and ra-!J.. bits. Call us before you sell Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash HA 4406. 15ctt FURKACE, wood or coal; new condition; can convert to oil; GR 5897. 15c23 LEAVE FILM AT Quality Photo Service for developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf FOR SALE - 1 large truck load of horse fertilizer; call GR 3168. 15p23

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80th & Yakima APPROX. $175.00 DOWN including closing cost to veteran; monthly payments approx. $40.00 on this 2-bcdroom home. Large lot, garage, fruit and berries; $4750.00 full price. Call Orrin Moore, GR 3624 or GR 5469.

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Northwest Respirator Center In Seattle To Aid Polio Patients . Respirator treatment and rehabilitation training for addi· tional convelescent polio patients from all parts of the state will be available by March 1 at the new Northwest Respirator Center in Seattle. The Center, established last November, was made possible by a gran't from the Kational Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. It is medically supported by the University of Washington Medical School, and is located in Harborview Hospital. The comprehensive treatment program at the Center includes the most recent de· velopments irr respirator care and special nursing and physical therapy techniques. Patients have an opportunity both to continue their school· ing and to learn new skH!s in the Center with the aid of an occu]Yational therapist. Most of these patients recover to a c-0nsidcrable extent .after acute poliomyelitis has passed. It has been found that after rehabilitation training nearly all patients are able to go home, and· many are able to return to gainful employment. Although the Center has been open only a few months, the staff has already succeeded in making it possible for two patients, who otherwise would have required prolonged hospitalization, to return. home. In the near future, several other patients are expected to return home. In addition to providing the latest in treatment for patien'ts learning .to come out of respirators, the Northwest Respirator Center has an active research program aimed at learning more about treating

polio and other parnlyzing dis. eases. Physicians on the staff are studyrj.ng the emotional reactions of patients in order to better help the paralyzed patients return to an active life. The third part of the Respirator Center's activity is teaching. Though it is hoped that the development of a vaccine will, within the next few yea·rs, eliminate polio as a serious medical problem, there arc many other illnesses causing 'paralysis of movement and sensation which present similar problems in treatment. Teaching courses initiated through the Northwest Respirator Center for doctors, nurses and therapists have application not only to polio but to other crippling illnesses which need specialized care. Pluns are now under way for a symposium on poliomyelitis to be· held at the University of Washiri:gton in th.e late spring, and other short courses will be announced pe·riodically. Like eight other similar centers in the United States, the Northwest Respirator Center was created to provide the best in convalescent care for polio patients who need artificial respiration. Application for admission to the Center should be ma-de through local chapters of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. In cases where the patient is unable to JY9.Y for treatment, the cost of care will be supported by the Foundation.

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buildings are shown above. Top photo is the recently completed Chapel-Music-Speech building, said to be one of the most modern and beautiful structures of its kind on the coast. Bottom photo shows an artist's conception of the dormitory now under construction. When completed, it should look similar to the photo. With these new buildings, PLC is rapidly becoming one of the most beautiful campuses on the Pa cific coast. ·


Tasse~. bobping and skirts flariltg, Liltc6ln I-Iigh Sc;hoolls newest marching grOUJ.), theMar Kctts, a •. subdivision· of the famed MFlrcett<i. E:i unit, will soon be .making· appearance$' in local parades and shows. While the larger. group is noted .· for . its . outside drills and fancy formations, the. new unit is seeking t.o shine in indoor"· drill Worl~, featuring precision drilling, dance steps and varia· tim1s. "Because. the usual marching uniforms are. not appropriate for. indoor .· floorwork, .new/ out, fits \Vere designed," club presi.dent .Beverly Lund explained, ''and the girls cut the cost by making their .own outfits." The 11ew uniform. has .a short white gored skirt, black sweat· ers with the Marcetta Ki eipb. lef11, White knjt hats with black · tassels,• white gloves, black sox and•white buck shoes. from Lincoln High School, a newly formed drill and entertainment group, are currently entertain]\ffrs. Maxine Cissne is <i.dviser ing at local games .,.and functions. Of the group, wltile :Robert l\1c· Gi11n ; c>f the .Army :Reserve is Members the group are front row, left to right, Donna Moody, Marion Johnson, Anita Sorger, serving .as dr\11 master. Clarice Keller, Joyce Markert, Carole Blake, Inez Forsland and Maureen Paplow. Th(! girls are . available .for Back row, left to right, Joan Kirmse, Be'verly. Lund, Norma Fulz, Marilyn Gross, Donna Beck, J.)r(Jgr~ms ·and •other entertainBeverly Ress, Shidey Anderson and Mary Berton. m~nt purposes, aµd can be contacted·· through Lincoln High School. Thursday, Feb. 18, 1954 Page .2 Preschool Board The TIMES-JOURNAL The James Sales Preschool executive board will meet at 8:00 p.m. Feb. 23 in the home Wisconsin Club will serve a of Mrs. R. T. Westerman, 872 pot1u¢k supper at 6 p.rn. Sun~ So. 114th St. Mrs. Mel Ballman day,; Feb, 21 .in the basement of will be co-hostess. the Odd Fellows temple, Sixth The handicraft booth needs and Fawcett Ave. Feb. 25 and 26 are the dates materials that can be used for set for the two presentations of doll .clothes, aprons, etc. -'-"A.housewife here filed a com'the Bethel High School Junior plairl.t With police that a man Class play. frightens her. dpg. by .barking "It's GreCl!t To Be Crazy" is -at him. the play that has been. chosen and st_arting time· for both per!gor 'Stravinsky will con, sia, Stravinsky has. ~ome to be formances is 8 p,m. duct . the Seattle Symphony known as the greatest living The cast includes Vic Becker, orchestra ""at the 'J:'emple composer as well as an out· Barbara Bur·rington, Kitty Theater Monday,. Mi;trch 8,. in standing conductor. Calchina, Mickey Cheeseman, YOUR POCKET ~uardt1y•. Feb. 21 a program of. his own and other Among his notable· composi- Oma Lee Clark, Cathie Holt, CHANGE IS music; tions are The Firebird Suite Jerry Johnson, Jeanne Ker. A STEP TOWARD ElkPlain School Tickets are available at the and.The Rites of Springtime. stetter. FINANCIAL Temple Theater box office from· This is the only concert that Joanne Kidd, Dick Kraiger, •tunch Room S~URITY Feb. 2'3 to March 8,. Monday Tacoma Philharmonic, Inc. will Pete Mattsen, Rene McCaUist· through Saturday, fmm 12 to presen't this year. er, Eunice McGee, Lovena McI :00 fo. 5:.00 p.m. ••• and to help you SAVIE .6 p.m. Prices range ·from $1.25 Nicholas, and Wayne Otto. Sponsored· by· Elk· Plain your change - Pacifia Firemen'.s Auxiliary First Federal gives you stud.ent tickets t? $3.75. Allison··Road The two Stravmsky works to . . . .· handy dime and quarter Audults. $1,25 be performed in Tacoma are . The . Allison Road 4-'H ·club savors. Poc:ket-si'Zed fold«;:hlldren under 12, 75 cents ers. Easily filled. Easy to "Scenes. de Ballet" and "Suite met at the. home of Mrs. Ann L. &!IVG with. ~t yours to· from Pefrouchl~a:" The pro· Browning .Monday, Feb. 1. A day, at thlll' \lmll:y Savgram wrn be opened with the roller skatmg party was planings Center. .VISIT .OUR -Overture to ":RussTan and Lud· ned fo~ Saturd~y, Feb. 6. _InSERVICE & REPAIRS RECORD .SHOPP.E milla" by Glinka, followed by formation was given on commg A MUTUAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION . On All Makes of t. . Tchaikovosky's Symphony No. events. ~efreshments and games · were emoyed. . . APPLIANCES • TV 2. · Radios &. TV Sets .:-~acific · Bo1:n in St. Petersburg .Rus· T?e boys an~ girls tak~ng Radio ' · Jumor Leadership are helpmg Savings SALES and·· ·s:ii::RVICE the members with their proj- · a.nd Loa.n.Associat.ion Free Pickup & Delive ects by holding special meetBelllnoham • Seattle · • TacOlllll Po1Uand · e Eugene ings for each project. Mike 233 Garfield St. •·•·•··· •. • ·' Furniture GR 4458. GR.. 5361 Flynn is helping Mrs. Browning witih handicraf.t projects. He parkland. C~mtre Bldg. scheduled a meeting for Friday, GR. 3691 Fep. 5. Bernice McCune and Janet Barna will help with cooking and sewing.

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The eighth annual Riverside turkey dinner will be held at the Riverside school Sunday, Feb. 21, with serving from 12 :30 to 4 :00 p.m. Proceeds each year help send 4-H boys and girls to Pierce County and State 4-H camps. Stanley Fisher, general chairman, will have the advice 1 an'd assistance of Mrs. George H:ichen, who retired this year after many years' chairmanship. Young people and leaders have been divided into three crews to facilitate handling of the expected crowds. Last year more than 500 were served, the number growing yearly from a -"""'~ ~ ~ "f!MBER 1.; All AGRIC'ULTURAL CROP nJ THI: mere handful at the first dinWYOMIA'G GAVE THI~ CODNTRY ?OUTH. "T+\J<; \lJIN"ToR (1954) AN ALL·11Mr IT'~ FEDERAL INCOME TA)! ner. RECORD +H<:i\l OF 4'30 M\LllON '5E°EDLl~G LA\IJ 41 YEARS AGO \1Jl1EN IT "TREES WERE PLAN"TED It-I 50UTitERN The dinner has won fame as 6ECAMC' 1'\1: 36 Tll ?TA1e 10 5'TA"TE5, MOST O'F "TH<M. ON t=OR'OST RA11fY 'THE lo"' AAIENDMEtn'TO the event where empty plates 1\-\DUSTRY "TRE"!C FAP».5 AND OTKER "THE CONSTITUTIO~ l?.RIYATJ' L6ND5.. can be brought back for "seconds," all for the same price. alumni chapters from Ta· There fa a half-price plate for coma, Seattle, Portland and children and there is no charge gram will be furnished by made for babes-in-arms. The menu, turkey, dressing, Spokane. There will be a special rec- mashed potatoes and gravy, ognition given to the annivers· green beans, peas and carrots, ary classes o'f 1904, 1914, 1924, jello salad, cabbage salad, pickles, hot buttered rolls, jam and 1934 and 1944. Following the dinner, the jelly, homemade apple pie, cofThe annual alumni reunion alumni will attend the P.L.C.· fee or milk. Everybody gets all at ·Pacific Lutheran College University of British Columbia of these items, not a choice o.f will be held this week end, basketball game in the gym- one or another. starting with a banquet Satur- nasium. ·A coffee hour and Club leaders are Mr. and day evening. choir reunion is scheduled to be Mrs. Frank Deck, Riverside Ca. rl Fynboe, Parklanci, presi- held after the game in. the Stu- Dairy Club; Stanley Fisher and dent of the P.L.C. Alumni As- dent Union lounge. Robert Braden, Riverside Gard· The Gamma chapter, com- en Club; Mrs. Richard Lund sociation, will preside at the banquet which will start at prised of women alumni in the and Mrs. Sam Puppo, home ec· onomics Club No. 1;· Mrs. Carl 5:45 p.m. in the college dining Tacoma area, will serve. hall. "';· The Rev. Arthur J. Knut· Carlson, Mrs. Jane Afrank and Entertainment for the prozen, '27, will preach the ser- Mrs. H. V. Patterson, Home mon at the allnual alumni Economics Club No. 2, and Mrs. worship service in the Chapel John Nehwinkle and Mrs. Brad· BURGERS &. FRIES auditorium Sunday morning en, home economics Club No. 3. You don't have to wait Mrs. Patterson entertained at 11 o'clock. Call HA 9789 We will have them ready Rev. Knutzen is pastor of the committee Monday evening "You Just Pick Them Up" Anacortes Lutheran Church. when final details will be planAL'S DRIVE IN Soloist for the service will be ned. 8818 Pacific Ave. Next Saturday, all 4-H'ers the Rev. Rudolph B. Johnson, '48, pastor of First Lutheran will assemble at the school~ Church, Aberdeen. Rev. John- house at 1 p.m. Jo get .going on son was soloist in the P.L.C. the pre-dinner schedule. Mrs. Richard Lund, chairman of Parkland choir in '46, '47 and '48. decorations, will instruct the Plumbing & Some folks make a specialty girls iri the art of making simple centerpieces, which they of getting into trouble. Today is what we were all can also use in their coming GR. 3710 looking forward to yesterday. demonstration contests. New Installations Repairing Pumps, Hot The Military Air Transport Water Heaters, Washers VOU SAVE AT Service carried more than 500,· 000 passengers and patients Sluggish Drains Opened D AN I ELS 19'53 without a fatality. Shop Located at H A R. D W A R. E during The three MATS divisions770 South 120th Pacific Ave. & Garfield Paci~ic, Atlantic and Contin• GR. 3171 471,000 pass--~~~~~~~~.....J· ental- carried engers and 57,000 patients. Also flown were 82,000 tons of priority cargo and mail. COMPLETE L·UBRICATION - TIRES & BATTERIES THE BEST COSTS NO MORE d LLOYD DILLINGHAM'$ When you stop to think, don't forget to start again. 4-I~

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Busily working since Christmas are many students at Puyallup high school who have al· ready started planning scripts and music for Viking Varieties, the annual spring presentation, which will be presented March 26 and 27, with a matinee per· formance for students March 25. Viking Varieties was begun about ten years ago to replace school operettas as more students could participate in this type of production. It started out as a series of short variety acts, but gradually has become a three to five act production. The show generally con· sists of an opener, a light and Fan·ciful act, a serious and vividly staged act, and a fin· ale. Section n_i.~etings !or the pur· pose of wr1tmg scnpts are being held at individual homes. Within the next two weeks, the scripts should be completed so

Co·op Extension Work Information Told By George Purcell District Demonstration Con· tests: These will be in the lat· ter part of March (Gig Harbor district) and May 1st for other districts. Each club should soon elect at least one mem· ber for more) with either a method demonstration or illus·trated talk. District chairmen please check duties outlined in letter dated January 1st, 1954. Will let you know later the date of judges' school. State 4-H Leader Training Conference at Yakima March 16th to 19th. Many women leaders are planning to go. There should be a man or so or more too, Free meals, free bunk (take your sleeping bag or bedroll) and possibly free transporta. tion. Please let us know soon how many plan to attend. 4-H Rally Day: Tentatively set for April 24th at Ft. Lewis. Colt Club Requirements: The 4-H horse outline says mem· hers are required to own, feed and care for and train one or more filly, gelding or stallion colt, under two years of age, preferably foals for at least six months. HAVE YOUR CABINETS

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the show can go into rehearsal the middle of l<'ebruary. Students working on these scripts include Lois Heindselman, Sandy Svinth, John MacKay, Bob Daily, Pat Schwartze, Barbara Porter, Bev Sale, Mary Rhea, Judy Friese, Donnie Miller, Bette Riis, Joan Rich· ards, Luther Criss, and Mar-. Jene Buess. Harriet Turney is in charge of costumes while Jon Linder is designing the stage sets. Marlene Buess is publicity chairman and Joanne Novosat and Joanne Pierson are serving on her committee. The chorus, glee clubs, girls' nonctte, and boys' sextet have begun practicing on music which might be used in Viking Varieties. Louis Owens, vocal director of Puyallup high school, has general charge of tl1e shoV.r. Mrs. Joan Kern, girls' P. E. teacher is responsible for the dance ~roductions, and Morris Hendrickson, stage crew director, is in clrnrgP of the sets. Quite a few students are preparing for a solo an·d en• semble contest to be held March 6, at Clover Park high school. Both vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles participate in this contest where they are rated by competent judges. The nonettes will be singing two numbers, but are practicing several as they will also be singing for various organizations around town. Students preparing for vocal solos arc Judy Friese, Beth Belanger, Leilani Beech, Luther Criss, and Ted Barker.

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Hospital; Mr. and Mrs, Glenn L. White and Mrs. Neva Honeywell, Editor of the Parkland 'Dimes Journal. A small umbrella which showered new dol' lar bills on the Department President was presented to her on behalf of the Units participating by. Mrs. Lona Jorgensen, past district presitjent. Entertainment ·was furnished by the "Harmonettes", singing "A Green Cathedral" and ''Down By The River Side". Their encore number was, "Blue Skies". The singing trio Jncludedo, Darlene Lang, Donna Schmidt and Pat Snydal. Mr. White, recreational dir· cctor at the American Lake Hospital, was assisted by Mrs.

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Parkland P-TA, Preschool To Observe Founder's Day Feb. 18 Parkland P-TA will meet this Thursday at 7:45 p.m., in the school auditorium, in a joint meeting with the preschool. Founder's Day will be observed. Mrs. Trav Dryer and Mrs. Virgil Flynn, presidents of the l wo groups will preside. The meeting will honor all past

land and will relate her experiences there. Also on the program will be Orville Weeks, who will speak on "School Millage." · Hostesses for the evening Vl'.ill be Mrs. Mary Larson, Mrs. Helen Craig, Mrs. Shirley Elske, Mrs. Inez Armstrong, Mrs. Gerhard Haakenson, Mrs. Walter Malmgren, Mrs. Robert Gardner and Mrs. Alexander Airic. Table decorations will be made from rummage already collected, as a reminder of the rummage sale March 15. Those having rummage they wish to be picked up are asked to call Mrs. William Hart at GR 3758 or Mrs. John Sw;mson at GR 6463.

presidents of both organizations. The Parkland Junior Band will open the program, directed by Mr. Winters. LeRoy Spitzer will sing "The Lord's Prayer", following the invocation. Program will include a talk and films shown by Miss Eliza· ·ap!A\ sanur '.ll!fl!<J puB beth Krell, ,Jefferson School ·sa1.ro1s SSQ;J;)JlS )SOU! UJ l!;)l1[ teacher, who taught in Eng- l!Blfl )[.toM p.re·l{ a.rour s,a.r0q.:r,

Choose Stainless Steel Ta bleware With Care - Miles By Edna Miles In a very short time, stainless steel has come out of the kitchen and into the dining room, where 'it graces lhe table in company wilh good china and crystal. Nearly every housewife some stainless stec'l in her kitchen which she uses for stirring or other food preparation. Thus, she wonders how the more expensive stainless (selling for perhaps $9 a place setting) differs rrorn the cheaper varieties that offer a set for four persons at a mere $10. The answer, as always, lies in quality. First, there's a matter of finish. Unlike the inexpensive st a i n I es s, .the quality stainless has no rough edges and is buffed to bring out the lasting, high luster of the stainless itself. Many brides-to-be are pick· ing stainless steel as their only ta:bleware in starting out Later on, they can add sterling, but at the outset they have one good quality set that will serve handsomely for both family and guests. In shopping for stainless, then, watch for hollow handles on knives and graded pieces. Graded pieces are those tapering in thickness toward the edge of the spoon bowls, handles and tips of fork tines, just as in the best sterling. Such grading improves' the appearance, feel and balance of the tableware. The woman buying stainless should always hoid a piece in her hand and inspect it carefully for such qualities. Designers no longer translate silver designs into stainless; they design for the stainless itself.

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Central and Eastern .have three defeats, but _the Wildcats from Ellensburg have There was a fine. turn-out at two games with CPS, the Tacoma Unit party last Sat- one each With Eastern and urday night, with everyone Whitworth left. having a lot of fun~thanks to The Savages have two games George Wise who was chair· with undefeated (in league play) man of the party. Whitworth and one each with This coming Saturday night, Central and CPS. If the games February 20th, we'll all be run true to form, Eastern, Centheading out Graham. way for ral and CPS all figure to have more than four defeats . ., Big h.· urd. le for the Lu. t·e•.s. will be tlie ra:ngy UBC five which ! dumped CPS, 64·62, and a club which the. Lutes bar.ely. go.·t. o.ver, 55-53, two weeks ago. That game is carded for 8 o'clock Saturday night o.n the PLC courts. Friday night the Lutherans i meet the hapless Western five, ., but they can't afford to look past them to Saturday night. · The Vikings have given . some scares to the big clubs this season, and they could upset the dope bucket. Garnet Lund continues to lead the Lute scoring parade. In· 22 games he has scored. 270 points.for a 12.3 average. OU1er leading scorers are Bob Ross, 224; Phil Nordquist, 193; "Larry" and Donn Koessler, 184. the big dance starting. at 9 ;00 PLC closes 9ut its regular and. ending? ? ? ? There wiU be season n.ext Tuesday night when a good western orchestra to they ·meet the. nmch improved furnish music, with both old Seattle Pacific team here in Parkland. The junior varsity (Contim.J.ed on Page 7) KIRKWOOD

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(Continued from Page 6) time and modern dancing. This is the dance that was scheduled during tile "big sn,ow," and had to be post· poned. You can't miss the place--it will be held at the Grange hall, just one block off the highway in Graham. How would you like to go for a ride on the prairie again? This Sunday, February 21st, those wishing to go for a ride will met:t just beyond the Roy Y on the prairie at 12:00-weath· er permitting, of coul'se. This will be another no-host ride, so come one, come aH. Along the trail we saw the Parkland Junior Riding, Club really getting ahead of the rush· for show dates by set· ting a date in August . . . Howie Snowden busy with the Parkland Business Club .. Walt Pease and family on a trip to California . . . Jean Caddigan looking for material for Lariette uniforms. Send your news items to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134 and Pacific; GR 3261.

The stubborn Harshman coached Pacific Lutheran College cagers tangled with a couple toughics the past weekend and came out of the shuffle with a respectable one win ~--one loss record. The PLC five thoroughly trounced the highly rated Eastern Savages F'riday night in the Parldand tean1's gym by a 79 to 61 score and settled into second place in the Evergreen Conference standings. After a fairly even game for the first three quarters, the Gladiators took full com• mand in the final quarter and dumped in 23 points while holding the Savages to only

counte,d for 11 big points and Jack Hoover collected 10 points all from the free throw line. Saturday night the skyscrapers of the Evergreen Confer· ence, the Whitworth Pirates, invaded the Lutes home floor with all the intentions of retaining the undefeated conference record. This they did, but not until the Gladiators had given them a rough evening. Led by their 6 ft., 10-inch center Phil Jordan, the Pirates eked out a close 57 to 54 victory. Jordan was the whole show for the victors as he dropped 33 points through the hoop in one of the highest individual scoring sprees on the local floor 11. Garnet Lund pacc~d the Lute's for a long time. attack with 23 points and some The PLC team put up a game fine rebounding. Bob Hoss ac- fight all the way and almost pulled the game out of the fire in the second half, outs'coring the Pirates 26 points to 21. tA PIERCE COUNTY one point near the end of the REFUSE CO. game the local team moved to a one point lead but couldn't WEEKLY GARBAGE COLLECTIONS hold it against their taller op· Phone GR. 8688 ponents. Lund for the secolld straight night, paced the Lute scorers, this time scoring, 19 CUSTOM MEAT points. Ross was the only Fresh Eggs . Locker Rentals other Gladiator to hit the MOUNTAIN VIEW double figures scoring 12 FOOD LOCKERS points. Airport & Spruce GR 5332 This loss dropped PLC out 2Y2 Miles East of Pacific of second place in the Ever· green standings to fourth place. They will try to move up the ladder again this weekend Auto Insurance when they wind up their schecl· 10/20/5 As Low As $12.50 ule against Western Wash. on Semi-Annually Friday night and the University Check us for other rates of British Columbia on Satur· Comprehensive & Collision . d ~~~q. Farmers Mutual of Ellumclaw Both games will be played on ED MAREK the G~aa1ator home floor.

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.. .. Three new . men1bers were electet;I. to the board of direct· ors of the f>uyal1up ya~ley Ber· ry Grcm:ers . A~sociation . last :veek durmg their annual meetmg. . . .. . .• They are .Lee Matfock, J!'oster Keeran and Dan Reese, all for three-yea7 terms: Mrs. A. G. Stone will continue to serve a~ s~retary,treasurer, but resigne as a.board memb~r. . . .. Speakers at the mee.ting 1.n· eluded Dr. E .. P. Breakey, on msect. control; John Brekke, of ~re ~:3ro~ food la~oratoryP_ at ie xper~ment sta~ion, talkmg 0f n. •expe).'lments wi~h .a. new /Ozen blacli:berry pie nux .be· mg.· developed at the s~ation; Dr. Folke .i:ohnson, Ofi diseases of. rasf'be~ries; M~mll Delano on ex ~nsion wor '. .. · . . .. . . Foster Kee7~n spoke ~n well

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an. t' as.. · oh . mvite tall Assqcrn.1on mem ers to at end !he p;e~ier. t~lethcql?re~. .lllOt!On pie ure, a ou ... e. · a ey.. .. Nor~l:rt :1~::an~er, ·~ dl!'ect-. ?"·/~ me do·MJe'cti':'.eso~ ll):S4 an . rman . ocen, cha~rman reported growers are hopmg to get 12. cents a pound for the 1954crop . · . l. D· espite the _h eavydf~~ abo~t 00 persons ga 1ere m Fruit'.and Grange Hall for the meetmg.

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George 1s a · 43 graduate of Puy~llu~ high school. He w~.s active in _F.F.A. and acquired experience on the family fa~m ~ear Firwo?d. After a hitch m the service he was a member. of a home building firm in Parkland. George says he is a farmer at heart and is getting a thrill out of planning and developing a good farm and future for him· self an(l family. The children * '* * are a boy seven and a girl age four ..Mr. and Mrs. Steen, Sr.\ By George Purcell also Jive on. the farm, Among the 4-H's - Head, George made. a note of. the Hea1't, Hands and Health, the date of the "Dairy Structures older Pierce County 4-H memClinic". A timely meeting to hers have been espeCially prac· help with his over-all farm ticing the "Heart" recently. building arrangements. Last Christmas time they were . . * * * . sending CARE packages to very I. L. and Elm.er Larson, that poor French people. .well known father and son Now they are planning to cqmbination of Roy are look- work with the Easter seal ing pleased. The new eight cow campaign to help buy equip· milkiµg p;;trlor with bulk milk ment for local crippled childfacilities is about ready for in- ren. Twenty-five 4·H'ers have itiation; It is arranged for ·bulk made plans to help. grain feeding too. There will be The latest new 4-H .club to no juggling of 10 gallon cans start is a boys' group .in the and those 80 pound grain sacks Woodland area southwest o~ -just a memory. Puyallup. These boys and par· This new impr.ovement has ents asked Arthur Green to be been- on the agenda for years. their adult leader and they The loafing and feeding barn plan to get going immediately came- first in 1950 and '51. on their individual projects. lt was .a big help in caring If you would like a 4-H club for. the growing herd. . in your community let us know · Agreement on design of the and we will work with your milking parlor came only. after people too. .JUst write cot1,Uty inspection trips to the best of agent Court House, Tacoma; or the modernized dairy farm in phone .MA 7121. There are,,no Seattle-Tacoma milk shed. El· dues to pay, no unfform toJi;uy. met and I. L. agree that ·ws Members must be. 10 to 20 time well spent to look around years of age-must be 10 'by to profit by the other fello'n)s• next September 30. experience. Now that many lambs * * * been born i'ts time to see that By Ernest l. Hopp they get fed well if we want . notes on th em t o grow .. f·' Here are a few ast and fat. pourtry activities in Pierce Lambs need ·a simple creep so County. th'i'Y can slip through and have There are many farms With a feed trough of' their own. baby chicks and developing Don't make them crawl pullets. Among .these is the E. under - it may hurt their M. Antonsen farm at Gig backs. Widen the spaces as Harbor. Their late .fall hatched lambs grow. Lambs will eat grain when pullets are maturing very well on range. They should be, they I ..... have plenty of room, and ample feeder and water space. At the G. D. Morgan farm, also of.. Gig Harbor, we find an entirely different brooding. system. Land is at a premium. Lightning Arrestors There isn't room to. allow the Installed birds to run on range. The birds are brooded in a 20 by 40 foot WHY PAY MORE brooder house that is divided into two rooms. This, plus a sunporoh at For Service Calls each end. furnishes ·rearing· Phone quarters until the birds come into egg production. Mor•. gan's October 1953 hatched pullets looked fine. The Gust Johnson's are still 11230 PACIFIC AVE. waitir;ig for their spring ha'tch· ed chicks. While waiting· they G·R. 8634 did a good job cleaning the b!'ooder house. When I saw it

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last week it was clean and neat as a pin. That;s good insurance against poultry health problems. The Johnson's farm is lo· ca:ted in the Summit vicinity. With all this talk of brooding chicks we don't want to forget the older girls. They are drop. ping in production but still have lots of egg laying poten'tial. Get rid of the ones that aren't lay· ing and the others should earn you good money this spring. Follow Fred Ahrens practice of keeping nesting material in the nests. I noticed that mosl, of the eggs he gathers are as clean as if they had been run through an egg cleaner. He uses excelsior ~~. a nesting material. Fred has a 200 bird laying flock in the Clover Creek area.

Poultry Health Control Problems To Be Discussed The Pierce County Extension Service has announced four meetings featuring a panel dis· cussion on poultry health prob· lems and their control. The first meeting was heild Feb. 16 at the Lakebay .Church Annex. The second in the serles is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Wed· nesday, Feb. 24 at the Wes1ern Washington Experiment sta· tion winter school building. This is a joint meeting with the Edgemont poultry local. Others are scheduled for the early part of March at Buckley and Graham. 1P.anel members who will ap. pear at the meetings are Sig Sivertson, Edgewood; Robert Berg, Puyallup; Kenneth Bergman, Summit;· James Richardson, Puyallup; and Dr. T. Browne, Dr. Hamilton, and Dr. J ersta:d, from the Western Washington Experiment Station. Ernest I. Hopp, Pierce County agent, will be panel moderator.

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Sponsored ·by the Thrift 4-H club, a modern and old-time dance will be held. Saturday evening, Feb. 20, 8:30 to 11:30, 'in the Thrift Community ha'll. 10 days old. They will really -thrive an cracked corn, crushed barley or oats and a little bran arid protein (soybean or Jin.seed) oil meal. A healthy lamb will soon foarn to eat one· half to one pound grain a day. The more they .get the less their mothers wi'll need,. Judge: "Will you. tell the court what passed between you and your wife during the quar· rel?" Defendant: "A flat iron, rolling pin, six plates and a tea kettle."

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