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found lying on his back, with ever, it r,esumcd, and he was one arm crushed under the rush~ to .the hospital. wreckage of the car. They said it was impossible Deputies at first feared the to estimate how long he had man was already dead, as his been there, but when found, his breathing stopped once. How· body was very cold.

moils in their approval. .The sale begins March 11 and will continue through the 27th.

This year's cookies are a new type, differing sligl!Oy f1'om t.he familiar emblem-shaped shortbread. . The pookies .will be cream-filled, packed 30 to a box, .half chocolate and half vanilla.

Helping the girls with their cookie sale are Mrs.· William D. Johnson, cookie chairman, assisted by Mrs. Vern Vance, ' Mrs. Robert Warnhouse, Mrs. Val Berntsen, . Mrs. Maxine · Victor, Mrs. Rorothy Barrows and.Mrs. L. J. Lund. "'

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Letter to the Editor: On March 9, 1954, we in the Franklin Pierce School District will have t11e opportunity to vote on school millage. We must keep our kindergarten ·because it offers an ap· propriate education for the five year old children by developing a pleasing and lasting atti · tude toward school, develops leadership and ability to, meet new ;;ituations at an early age and it relieves the first grade teach of the adjustment period. There are less failures in ·the first grade and throughout the grades as a result of the readiness program carried out · in kindergarten. The proposed athletic ·field will give the community a rec· reation center which is badly needed. It is a basically sound plan that will provide adequate facilities for the regular physical education program in the school and will cut out the need for renting an athle.tic field. Do you 'know that our pro[l<' 1·Ly '11as hcen reassessed recently? The reassessment, by our county officials, is rc•sponsib]P for the increase our taxes this year. Taxes will be considerably lowc'r (eighteen mills) next, yr<ff cvc-n with the seven mills asked for kindergarten and sevc-n mills asked for . the athletic field. Vote, Tuesday, March 9, 1954. I will vote yes for the total schoor program. Sincerely, Mary Lou Rupp -10418 So. Wilkeson St. Tacoma 4, Wash. GRanite 3095

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Central Avenue P-TA will meet in the lunch room of the school Wednesday, 11.farch 10, at 8:00 p.m. Officers -will be elected at the regular business meeting. Howard Rosen, a member of the Pierce County Health department, will speak on "Child Health and Problems o[ the Child." Fathers and mothers are urged to attend. Don't forget the school election M;arch 9 in the church hall.

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Let's Look at The future The kind of person your child:r;en will re'member you as being will depend upon your attitude. vision, ambitions, moral courage and integrit? toward building not only a wholesome home, family, and business life, but also the building of a community that renders to its young people what they deserve. You can be this kind of person by getting out and voting in the school election March 9th.

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At a rec.e.nt mee. tin. g of S=n,,~ away P-TA, Homer Anderson, s~pe:intendent. of Beth~l school d.1stnct,.and Dick Frasier, princ1p~l of Spanaway schoo~,. explamed the three propositions

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PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE

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6 Cup Percolator • • • • 3-'Pc. Bowl Set, reg. 1.98,

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FOR SALE 18 attractive LEA VE FILM AT Quality building lots in B.rookdale Photo Service for developing. ar('a; ('lectricity to property, In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pa· $70 per lot; GR 6922. 9c2·1 cific Ave. 15ctf

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SMITH CABINET SHOP Jl,emodeling, kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 So. Park, Spanaway, GR 7949. 3ctf c'fi'RfNG _P_:CowiN'd, discing and tilling; GR 8492. 3ctf CABINET-WORK and general carpentry work. New and repair. Reasonable. Free estimates. Phone GR 7320 after 5 p.m. 3p25 WE BUILD HOMES, remodel. level buildings; cabinet work, concrete work. Reasonable. GR 3550, MA 0706. 2ctf

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FOR SALE - 25 1tliles south· east of Tacoma, 20 acres, partly cleared; unfinished, but liveable; partly furnished 5 room house; total price $3,500. Call Graham 7-2229. 9c25 49-ACRE FARM GRAHAM District. 1 bedroom house. 'Lots of equipment and outbuildings. 22 acres cleared, some ·peat; rest timber. Mr. Brown, YU 9221. PARKLAND THIS one bedroom home is as neat as a pin. Automatic heat and hot water. Nice lawn, patio. Owner will sell G. I. $6,950. Mr. Nelson, YU 6174. PARKLAND BRICK OKE of the better homes. 5 yeai·s old. Nice lawn and shrubs. Gooc:I location. Jim Howard LA 7161. NEAR BETHEL SCHOOL t:O ACRE FARM. Good 4 bed· room home. Fair outbuildings. Owner will trade equity for house trailer in good con di tion. Mr. Tibbitts, Gra. 7-7427. NEAT RESTAURANT ENJOYING good return. Very good equipment. Lease at $75 month. Price $5,500. Owner retiring. Will accept $2,500.00 down. Mr. Mitchell, I-II 3315. TRADE EQUITY in good 3 bedroom home at So. 13th & Pine. A real buy. Mr. Tibbitts Gra. 7-7427. GOOD RANCH 80 ACRES in Pleasant Valley. Fully equipped. 40acres good pasture. 35 acres urider plow. 35 head stock. One 2 bedroom house; also new 3 bedroom :house not finished 'but all ma· terial on hand. 8onsider trade for property Vancouver, Wash. Dist. FOR $3,000 YOU can get this small two bedroom home and six lots in Parkland. Small down payment. Mr. Nelson, HI 6174.

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BEAUTIFUL Roman Brick Rambl.er in most desirable part Locker Meat Accepted of Parkland. Custom built for Household and Baby Furniture, a life-time home with no Misc. TRADE & SELL. B & J thought of selling. Only 2· old. Mahogany finish Trading Post. 8328 So. Park years throughout. Large ultra-modAve. Open Sundays. 3p25 ldtchen with breakfast nook. RAY GOGAN 4-pc. bath. Ceramic tile in both lt..ANDSCOPE CONST'.d.UC· kitchen and bath. Two large TION GENERAL landscap. bedrooms, generous living ing service- new lawns, room with fireplace. Full ·basepeat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, ment of extra heavy concrete rockeries. Nothing down, 36 construction. Large recreation months to pay. GR 3127. room witll fireplace. Automatic TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET 3ctf heat of course. Garage attach· 1°2-Used Autos classes. All ages. Mildred ed. Priced below cost to move. ELECTRIC l.'ONTRAC...'TING Keller, GR. 7881. 15ctf 25 years experienced; licensetl Call Reibert Temme for appt. FOR SALE - 1941 Ford busi· ness coupe, excellent condition; & bonded; reasonable; Lee MA 4153. Eves. MA 5202. will trade for anything; GR 9orp, GR 7064. 3ctf 5563. ' 12p25 David Steel CASH FOR milk cows, beef, , REALTOR 8~'\Nanted Buy heifers, veal and hogs. Call 222 Securii:y Bldg. MA 4153 13-Farm Ads R. Thackeray collect. PuYal· WANTED-Buildings to wreck. G. I. SPECIAL 16ctf We buy and sell used building CLOSE to Pacific Ave. on 74th HAY - dry land alfalfa, grass lup 5-5414. materials. White Ball Lumher St. is a lovely rambler with 3 'hay $1 per bale. Delivery can BREEDERS Co., Bingham Road, just west large · bedrooms, living room be arranged. Will take live- ARTIFICIAL stock in trade. Second 'house Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 of Summit View; GR 8591. with fireplace, separate dining breeding fee; no charge on re8ctf room, kitchen, full basement, past Roy "Y" on Mountain turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer. Highway. 13ctf SPOT CASH sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown garage. All this and more too For Your Used Furniture for only $12,750. We will help HIGHEST PRICES PAID for Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyal· 1 Piece or House Full with the down payment if all kinds of livestock; call or lup 5·8393. · 16ctf Block's Furniture Mart needed. write Butch Grombach, Rt. 3, Box 577, Puyallup; phone Puy. CALL TOM ~'FERTY, GR 8205 So. Ta.cow.a Way 161st & PARK 13ctf 4443; your agent foi: Powder LA 2882 $400 DOWN to G.I. for this allup 5-5621. River Cattle Squeeze Chute. valuable 150x142 ft. corner ~6p46tf 9-Real Estate witl1 well-'built 2-bedroom 14--Situation 1 (room for 2 more up) home. lessons i.n your WILL TRADE hay horses. Ideal set-up for home and GR 6446 16ctf business. $7950. Better see it. home; mstrument furnished. call HI 9547 collect; 14ctf ., $500 DOWN WE NEED listings of all kinds. 1 40 Chev. Pick-up I.ill Farms, acreage, lots, building THEN only $35.00 per month EXPERT PRUNING of trees and shru'bs; Fred Stotler; GR sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, for this 1 bedroom, partly furExcellent Condition nished home on Yakima Ave. 5751. 14c29 3, 4, bedrooms). II5 ACRES LUCKY SALES & ! IlCOLLINS ROAD. 4 hcdroom and alteraSERVICE JAMES LORING home, half,basement, 2-car gar- DRESSMAKING l.ill tions; GR 7257. 14ctf 135th & Pacifio GR 8688 €n age and chicken house. Corner REAL ESTATE location. $12,500. 15-Miscellaneous @M Natl. Bank of Wash. Bldg; llU BENDIX Auto. Washer, 1951 Eves. Gr 7068 - Days GR 4148 JAMES LORING Model, used 4 mo. Perf. Cond. FENCING Designers and Buitdofl 'Your Community Needs The REAL ESTATE $99.00; Kenmore Deluxe Mang~ EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Benefits of an Athletic Field', el, 1951 model, used 4 months, ,, National Bank of Wash. Bldg. REASONABLE PRICES 'A. &ay Monthly Paymen,. Pcrf. Cond., $99.00; Cra'ftsman I<"OR SALE BY OWNER Days GRanite 4148 8" circle saw, complete with Cafe at Midland; call GR 7895. Eves. GR 7068 or GR 3272 VAUGHAN 1 S motor, stand, extension tables, 9c25 84rh Bl: Pacific A.._ HI 9515 perfect condition, $99.00; Craft. sman Lawn Mower, 1952 model very little used, $15.00; Equity Craftsman 21" Power Rotary CLOSE lo PLC, 2-bedroom, living room with dining L, tile lawn mower, perfect cond., Sewing Machines bath, 2% lots. garage. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR $79.00. The above appliances Lowest Prices in Tacoma 5469, GR 3558. have been, in storage and are Necchi . Singer • White in new condition. Orchard from $29.00 Low Down Acre Hill Duplexes, 143rd and PaCENTRAL cific. Tel. GR 5194. 15p25 IMMEDIATE possession on this clean 1-bcd>room bungaSEWING CENTER low: garage and shed; good well. Call Helen O'Brien, GR WANTED-Chickens and rab. 607 So- Pine MA 6393 8638, GR 3558, GR 54G9: bits. Call us before you S£'ll. Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 Brookdale Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash . 2-REDROOM, room for more; 6 lots, outbuildings; wired HA 4406. 15ctt 11 WELL DRU.UNG 220; several fir trees, garden; $5950. L. Mitchell, GR SINGE'1.cl~ctric portables; 6545, GR 8638. u p •• ,.... ..... <rttn t:::{) <l."r.::n e:::A lX'C'7 i::n. A 1 LWF"'ll' fil'l\""'lll'..ol- J 11 MDlllllr"..;J

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SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED11220 Pacific Ave. Contents hauled away. Don Office-Days, GR 3341 Redferd, 8232 So. Fawcett. Evenings, YU 9221, H.I 3315 GA 7334. If no answer call GA 9222. 3ctf Agent for American Express SEPTIC TANKS, CESS POOLS CLEANED Conten.ts Hauled Away

$5,950.00 - $'100 DOWN FOR SALE - 1 Smalley hay GOOD solid 4 bedroom home, chopper, used two seasons, exIiving room, dininf': room, cellent condi1.ion; 1 New Idea kitch<'n wired 220, auto. hot hay or silage loader, good conwater, cem('nt fdfl., very good . dition; 1 3·h.p. 3-phase centrif· location. Call Ralph Decker, ugal irrigation pump w/switch, HA 0365 or HA 3415. extra pipe and foot valve; $5,500.00 phone Yelm 3671. 15c25 $400.00 down, :fr-15.00 per mon'th. ELEC_T.RI-C ·-···::·--:· . 1 3 bedroom home close to -bus ' ' sewmg mac 1111e m and schools. Larg(c living rm., r_n~tch~d walnut cabmet'. sews dining room and kitchen, wired 1 forward. and bac~nvard, also 220 Full basement and double darns, only $87.50, fully guargar~ge. An older type home in anteed, terms. SINGER SEWgood condition. Call Dean ING MACIIlNE CO., 116 21;;rl Bruner HA 0365 or GR 4438. Ave. S. E., Puyallup. 15c..5 7002 FAWCETT AVE. - Al- fOR SALE-Boys and girls most new pumice home, heavbicycles, $25 each; GR 5577. ily insulated. 3 bedrooms, nice 15ctf cement block gar.age, cornel!' - - - - - - -···-------· location. Priced at $9000 or FOREST WOOD for sale, all will sell G.I. Call Mr. Inloes, types; wholesale, retail; Smi.th- llU HA 036'5 or HA 2547. ingell Bros., Rt. 1, Box 29, Eatonville. 15ctf <J;

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Magazine SEC1lION Thur:;"tlay, March 1, 1954 Vol. 9, No. 25 Published Every Thursday at Parkland, Wash.

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is well illustrated here, as Eleanor and Erma Merrill survey their purchase and try to figure out how to put it in their car to take home. Erma, 011 the left, seems to be getting a headache alteady, before she even gets started on remodeling the furniture.

has become a Thursday and Saturday habit with many Pierce County residents, as the picture above indicates. Here, the crowd is shown gathered about the door of the auction barn, on Pacific Highway, south of Tacoma. Everything from last year's overshoes to last century's picture frames can be found and 'bought at the weekly sales.

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Activity; Society Gives

Tacoma Rose Society will sponsor and aid the foundation of 1-H Rose club projects in CLAY ROLEY AGENCY Pierce County. The Society'8 98th and Portland Avenue offer was given enthusiastic ap. GR. 8501 proval 1by_ the Pierce County Leaders' Council at their re. ROY v. ROSTEDT t\GENCY cent meeting. 8201 Park Avenue tunity for many boys and girls Phone HA 2342 to join the '1-H as space will not be a limiting factor. It will also give an opportunity for youths The estahlishing or a rose project will furnish an oppor· living within the city to enjoy the activities of the 4-H clubs in the county. It takes at least five mem· be1's and an adult leader to form a rose club or any 4-H project. Morrill Delano, local Extension Vote Yes March 9th. You . agent, will provide the inforBenefit, Your Children Bene-1 m~tion an~ ~1 eJp in organizing fit Your Community Benefits this new prnJect. The 4-H com· ' mittee of the Tacoma Rose Society headed by Frank L. SampTRAV DRYER son will be a vaila:ble to give information on the cultural prac.rtices used in producing roses. During Suburban Also the Society is providing Shopping- Day's, We'll entries in their spring rose show for 4-H club members only. & Dry They will compete among themselves for ribbons. There will also •be flower entries at Junior Fair held in August at Sumner. Free This new project should be very popular among boys and in a new Hotpoint girls between 10 and 21 years Washer & Dryer of age. At least six varieties of Bring them in •.• roses will. constitute the miniAbsolutely no obligation mum requirements for membership in the Rose club.

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Spanaway Chmb Meets March 8 The Spanaway Progressive Community club will meet on : Monday, March 8, instead of the regular Tuesday, March 9, date. The meeting was set il head 'because of the school election on Tuesday. All commi'ttee heads should be present. 1

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Appoints New Agent L. W. "Bill" Hertler has been appointed the representative of the Acacia Mutual Life In· surance Co. and now offers full service to all Acacia policy holders of the area. The company has not been represented in the local field of recent months. Mr. Hertler was transferred from Los Angeles. He has had wide experience in the insurance business and is greatly pleased with his new location.· The family home is at 1222 South 120th street. Mr. and Mrs. Hertler have two sons: Michael, 7%, who attends Parkland school, and P11t, who is t"'o years old.

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200 ATTEND TOURNEY Over 200 high school students from 20 Washington schools at· tended the first annual .foren.si cs tournament held on the Pacific Lutheran campus last week end.

Quick relief! Nf.PHRON INHALATION THERAPY has helped countless thousands. Ask about our Trial offer. Seu your Druggist or write NEPHRON COMPANY, Tacoma I, Wash. ·

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ship of the Industrial Con'fer~ ence Board last week in a meeting that filled the Crystal Ball· room at Hotel Winthrop to capacity. Heading the organization for the coming year as pl'esident will be August von Boecklin. Other officers are: James Love, vice president; R. F. Elstrom, secretary; .Wm; Murray, treasurer. E. G. Griggs II, is retiring as president. Newly elected as trustees were Robert Faragher, Lfoyd L. Grant, Fred Haley, Emil Schanno, Edward Allen, and Fred Diamond. Holdover trustees are: J. W. Will, Thos. E. Moffitt, c. c. Col· lins, Paul Johns, Chas. McDon· ald, F. F, Elstrom, Ned McMa· hon, Wm. E.. Murray, W. H. Lindberg, E. G. Griggs II, R. E. Pochel, James B. Love.

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The ,,Spanaway Progressiv0 club is 11olding its first annua 1 St. Patrick's Day - dinner on Saturday, March 6, in the lunch room of the Spanaway school. It is to be a family affair with all interested urged to come. The dinner donation will be $1.25 and proceeds will go toward tl1e upkeep of tl1e Spana. way Community hall. Following the dinner, served from 5 :30 to 7 :30, there will be a pi·ogram in the gym, put on l'lvrivi;:.K v-M<U'Jorie 1v1ct;ue, uirecwr or tne Children's Nursery 1 by Girl Scout troops No; 91 and at iyicchord, looks 0.11 as dependent. _children r~ad. the latest 177 and other talented Spanastor1cs. The Nursery 1s open to alt military and c1v1l1an person. way young people. 'I'here will nel. be an award donated by Mrs. Mabel _Patton of HoblJy Haven • • Iii Ceramics shop. The McChord Childrens ly can be arranged by parent3. After the program there will Nursery is now open and ready The prices are cheap and excel. be dancing in the gym with a to serve milita.ry and civilian I lent supervision of children by small admission charged for personnel. attendants, all · of whom are those without dinner tickets. Marjorie McCue, director of mothers,;IJ! provided. The Community club has done the nursery stated that every Hours at the nursery are: many fine things for the Spanattempt is made to !foster a Monday through Thursday: away people in the past several normal constructive social at-· and at 8 p.m. on March 5th. years. A rcsusilator WC\S pur· mosphere through supervised Saturday: 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 a. chased :by the club and prepley, group game participation, m.; Sunday morning for chapel sented to the Spanaway Volunand consideration of others. services: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30; teer Fire department truck. The nursery is housed in two Sunday evenings: 5:30 p.m. to Lots wt>re Plll'chased and the buildings. AU youngsters under 1 a.m. old Boy Scout hall was moved three years of age a.re cared A regular schedule including several blocks to the new pro· for in the "Toddlers' Club" in indoors and outdoors play, mus· perty. This hall was completebuilding 611, and all children ic and stories has been started ly renovated outside, a heating over three are cared for in the at the nursery. system installed, water piped "Howdy~Doody Club" in build· For more information con- in, hot water connections made, ing 748. cerning the Chilclrens Nursery new cabinets for work and storRates by the week or month· call Ext. 5341. age built ancr' facilities for washing dishes plumbed in. was purchased A "Potluck" sandwich lunchSewing Circle to Meet eon will .!Jc served, the hostess byAntheambulance ComnhmiLy club and The sewing circle of the Ta- to furnish tea, coffee . and des. turned over to the Spanaway coma Cootiettes will meet th1s Fire department, where it is in Thursday at 11 a.m. in the sert. Mrs. Joseph A. Csonka, 24-hour service to the communhome of Mrs. Robert O'Bryant, for .further details at PR octor ity under a crew of trained men 1624 So. 113th street. I2891. . who give their time freely and willingly. Plumbing for the rest rooms in the Metropolitan Park hall SUBURBAN SPECIALS were purchased and installed for the use of an using the hall. A sign post bearing {he All Regidar 50c names of various community organizations and churches will be erected on March 13 as an. other community service. The Spanaway Community ii ii ii • hall is used by many groups, s'ome of which pay a small fee for heat, etc., :but some which cannot do so. Need for funds for maintenance and improve· 9' ment of the hall is the reason for giving the dinner and the full support of the Spanaway area is expected. Tickets may be obtained from any club mem· GR 7863 ber, by calling GR 7425 or at Parkland Centre Bldg. the doQ.l:.

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Discovery of a prehistoric spear-thrower near the mouth of the .Slrngit River may have an important bearing on arch· aeological intc·rprclation of the Pacific NorU1wcst, according to Dr. Herbert Taylor, professor of archaeology at Wi;'stcrn Washington Collegc in Belling· ham. The implement was discovered in the mud of the Northwest branch of the Skagit. It was shown to Dr. Taylor by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson of LaConner in June of 1952, when the professor and a gmup of students wcrc searching in the area for remains of prehistoric inhabitants. Significance of the discovery lies in several facts, Dr. Taylor and \Varrcn Caldwell, depart· ment of anthropology, University of Washington, reported in "American Antiquity,'' arch· aeology publication, last month. First, carvings on the ornate, 16-inch device, called an "at· latl," are unlike any known un· tir the present discovery. Second, the design of the instrument is unique. Third, the spear" thrower llas heretofore been unknown in the Northwest. If the atlatl was known to the ancient inhabitants of this area, significant changes in the interpretation• of their lives and culture wi II be indicated, the archaeologist be· Ii eves. Hunting and war-making techniques influence the entire way of life of a people, and archaeologists will have to change much of the picture picture which they have con· structed of aboriginal life in view of the presence of a spear· thrower in this area. Explanations for the pres· ence of the spear-thrower in the Skagit may include a chance drift from the Pacific ro the tidewater, where tile device became waterlogged and

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Raised grnin and de1.:p check in t!w wood rule out the possi bility that the spear-throvvcr is a fraud, in the opinion both of Dr. Taylor and of ·warren Caldwell. It is alinost certain, they think, that the implement has been immersed in water for a long time. Tllr• sp1•ar-tllrowe1· is about lG inches long, and is so ornately carved that the investigators think it possi blc lha t 'it may have had some ceremonial use. Tile carving is not typieal of Northwest design. The atlatl has two finger hole.s, a design in freq uen Uy cncounte1'cd, and never before reported north of Mexico.

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Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. the last Sunday of each month in the Odd Fellows hall, 84th and Park Ave, For further information, call GR 8526.

It must be basically good, that is, strong, resistant to pressure, tough enough to withstand abuse and hard wear; it must contain ingredients which will permit , hardening, yet it must be workable that we may shape it to our desired pattern. Then it must be tempered with the experiences of the past; just enough, not soft, not brittle." -C. Melvin Mcl(cnncy

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Parkland.· Brownies · A~tive; Visit St"te Musegijmn PTA Meet f'arkland 13rownie Troop No. 34. is• c(>mPq!ied Of busy little

girls. Last. SatuFday they inacle fl field :trip .to tl'!e State Histori· cal<~pciety l\[usrum and were; 0 e;speciaUy • interested ·in the the mo~el of the first i:>uyaltup schoolhouse, a one; room school, (Jn display there. ()ne of their·• inembers, Sandra . Flynn, will l'epr:esent the troop at. the Juliett Lowe World •Ffic;ndship. tea· and, progrf-m this Friday at the Little Church on the Prail·ie and will present fo:~r troop's gift to the Juliette Lowe fund.

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Regular •business meeting of .the Tacoma Toddlers Cootiette By Phyllis Blackstone . Fuhrmeister learned she is a sound was recorded at the home Clu1b No. 227 will be conducted 1f'9ll:RURBA~ 4th Dist. Publicity Chairman baton twirler and the winner of the Rev. Clyde Edminster, Monday, March Sin the I.0.0.F. Miss ·Roberta Bailey, Junior of many ribbons and awaros. Lakewood. hy his 14 year old FREIGHT ·J..1a.1. 1, 508. Si.xt.h A.venue at 8 p. of Clover Creek Unit No; 118, She has .tnarched with hands in daughter, Judy. m. Mr.s. May Porter will pre- called the meeting of the 4th local parades. The representatives of the side. District Junior. to order · 1ast Mrs. Riley Drake, junior ac- American Legion Auxiliary and Friday 'beneath the bright and tivity chairman of Clover Creek glaring lights of many tele- Unit sat with the girls and the American Legion thanked vision cameras. The color~ were help~d answer questions. Chris KTNT.-TV for· the time on the advanced by Sara C01le of Neilsen o·f Post No. 138 took air in order to help publicize Rhodes Unit No. 2 and Mary moving' pictures of the' show the Juniors of the Americru'i ~roppsitions .and .2 Ann Doucette of. Sumner Unit while it was on the air and the Legion Auxiliary. No., 53. )'pur School and <Community Benefits Miss 1\lfarylou Haddon played tlle piano for the posting of the COMPLETE LUBRICATION TIRES &. BATTERIES GEORGE PURDUE colors and also whi:le the mem"fHE BEST COSTS NO MORE at bers sang the national anthem. LLOYD DILL.INGHAM'S Plumbing - Heeitin9 Marylou, a junior of the ParkRem~delitig - Repairs • Oil Burner Service land Unit No. 228, also gave a SER Poppy activity report. Phone Pacific Ave. at Garfield St. Parkland GR. 3040 MattYl? Jefferson of George Washington Carver Unit No. I ----222, acted as chaplain and gave the opening prayer. Beatrice Denyer of Olympia Unit No. 3, led the group in reciting the pream!ble. The presiding . officer heard reports . from the following chairmen: Americanism, Kathleen Bailey of · Clover Creek :r;ro. 118;. community. service, 1 HOFFMAN 17n Joyce Wilkins. and civil defense, was 199.95 • • • • • • • $159.95 Rosalie Kendall bdth of Orting Unit No. 167; and rehabiTI1 BED'IX T.M. 17° GENUINE INGRAHAM! tation, Beatrice Denyer. Miss Bailey closed the meetCLOCK was 209.95 • •· .• • • • • $159.95 ·• ing and then. Dinwiddie FuhrReg. 2.95 meister, master of ceremonies 1 PHILCO RADIO of ·the Dandy Time program was 27.95 • • . • • . $19.95 held a discussion with the girls. · • DorothyBargh of Olympia Unit 1 RCA PORTABLE No, 3 drew his attention with her 'beautiful costume. was 29.95 . • • • • • • - . $19.95

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Uof WTo Host Family Relations Public is invited to attend a three-day conference on Family Helations at !be University of Washington March 4, 5, and 6. Mrs. Betty Dimmitt, director of the Office of Short Courses and Conferences at the University, announced t.fiis week. Keynote speaker for the conference will be Mrs. Lydia Lymle, specialist in parent and family life education for the U. S. Department of Ag· riculture. Her ·address. scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 5 is entitled "Enjoying Om; Years." Other speakers scheduled are Dr. Jennie Rowntree, director, school of home economics; Mrs. Frederick Wood, instructor in

creative dramatics, University of Washington; D1·. Theodore B. Johannes, instructor, depart· ment of sociology, University of Oregon; Miss Katherine Wolfe, consultant in physical education, Seattle public schools, and Dr. Lester Kirdendall, associate professor of family life, Oregon State College. Films and a panel discus• sion will be a part of the confereooe program in addition to workshop sessions devoted to jobs, education, church, old age, and counseling services as they pertain to family living. Sponsors of the conference are the Pacific Northwest Con· ference on Family Relations, the Family Life Educat.ion De· partment of the Seattle Public Schools; College of Education, School of Home Economics, and the Office of Short Courses and Conferences, University of Washington. For further informal ion and conference reservations, write or call the OHice of Short Courses and Conferences at the University.

Mr. and Mrs. Adams I Thursday, March 4, 1954 n d ,,.. ,.. CL The TIMES-JOURNAL ft.e . ~ross ~o- n m n . 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - Charles W. Vollrath, 1954 American Red Cross for ~em•bers and funds for the Pierce County chapter, has appointed Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adams as co-chairmen for the Graham district. The couple operate the Adams Country store at that place. The Pierce county goal this year is $170,000, of which the Good Neighbor fond of Greater Tacoma area was assigned $158,000. This leaves $12,000 to be raised in the smaller com· munities of the county. · Pierce County chapter has a lbigger job to do than the majority of other chapters because of the needs of large military installations in the county. Last year the chapter spent 75% of its budget for service to the armed forces and veterans. It must also serve civilians, a job that last year took $29,000. "I know that Mr. ·and Mro. Adams will have the co-operation of everyone in reaching the goal of their district," says Mr. Vollrath.

Clover Park High Sets Benefit Party

To Mr. and Mrs. Roy JacobStudents of Clover Park son, Rt. '11, -Box 191, a son Feb. High School will sponsor a ;ben6. efit party March 19, at the Pay Light & Water Bills Here school, for the social science Classes. To Riound Out Your Prizes will ·be awarded, and Shopping Pleasure entertainment will be provided throughout the evening, includSUBURBAN ing boxing, variety show, and booths. SHOPP.ERS LUNCH ·Baby sitting facilities will be available, for parents with Includes younger children. Entree, Soup, Salad and Coffee 75c

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James Sales P-TA will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m., in the school auditorium. Guest speaker will 'be the Rev. Roy Olson, director of public relations at the Pacific Lutheran College. Geraldine Schmalle will sing, during the entertainment portion of the program, accompanied ·by her sister, Charlotte. Coffee hour hostesses wm be Mrs. A.dria.n Kerstetter, Mrs. i· Donald Tilton, Mrs. James Van Kirk, Mrs. Max KersteUer, Mrs. Dale McQueen and Mrs. How· 1 ard Ridout.

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(Presented as a public service by the Washini;;ton State Wide open spaces of Oregon, Bar Association). California and Nevada will SUING FOR $20 serve as an open-air classroom To get quick justice between for students participating in a persons over small claims for nine-\veek mobile summer field money, the legislature has escourse sponsored by the Uni- tablished the "small claims deversity of Washington botany partment of the justice court." department. It will begin June Before this department can 18. be used three requirements The primary purpose of the must be met: course is to give students a . 1. The action must be for the first·hand acquaintance with recovery of money only. the native plants of the West, 2. The amount claimed canparticularly those of the High not exceed $20. Sierras and the Southern 3. The party against whom Cascades. the action is brought must re-The field trip is not limited side within the district of the to University students. Any justice court. The small claims department high sc'hool graduate eligible 'for admission to the University cannot order your neighbor to of Washington may participate. bring bnck the lawnmmvcr he The group will first travel in borrowed last year and failed Callfornia's Southern Sierra to return. If you wish to sue Nevada mountains, Kern River for more than $20, the action high country, Sequins and Yose- must be brought in tlle juslice court itself. However, if you mite National Parks, Tuolumne Meatlows and Tioga Pass coun- wish, you may · waive any try. Lake - Tahoe, the eastern amount above $20 and bring I . £ ti . s·. . · N d s opes o 1e wrras m eva a an action in the small claims and Lassen National Park will department for the $20. 0nd this section of the trip. Law Chan·ged I Tl t b t d' d If a person resides in King 1e nex · area 1:o e s u 1c County but outside the Seattle on the trip will be Oregon's Siskiyou mountains, and the: alpine regions of the Marble, Auto Repair Scott, Trinity, and Yollo Bolly mountains. The tour will conGas & Arc Weldin.g clude with the Southern Cascades, and trips 10 Crater Lake National Park and the Diamond 1 Mlle So. of Willows Lake and Klammath Indian on Reservation. Leaders of the trip will be Dr. C. Leo Hitchcock, executive officer of the department of botany; Dr. A. R. Krucke· berg, instructor in botany at the University; and Miss Una Davies of Multnomah College, Portland. T.V. RADIO Estimated expense for the nine-week course, including PERFORMANCE University tuition, transporta· tion, food, and other supplies, GR is approximately $215. Full information about the Any Time . . . field trip, whi_ch offers 15 hours Day or Night of University credit, may be Or Bring Your Set obtained from Dr. Kruckeberg, To Our Shop & Save! Department of Botany, University of Washington, Seattle 5. All applications must be reJIM 1 S RADIO ceived no later than April 1. 9920 PACIFIC AVE.

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Downs nzaga Five I Finals 8-65 To Gain

each scoring .12 points. Harsh· Coach Marv Harshman's a .31 to 26 halftime lead. hustling charges hurdled the .The. Lutes poured ·on the coal man now leads .team against favored Gonzaga Bulldogs Sat· in the third ·period with some the high scoring Whitworth urday to ·gain .the ·finals. in. the timely shooting by Vern Han- Pi~.ates Tuesday night at N.A.I,A. 'basketball tonrnament. sen and. Bob Ross to pull with· P.t...C. in the finals of the The Pacific Lutheran Gladi· in three .points .of Gonzaga at tournament. The winner of this contest Joe Bethea, rugged :Mct!hord game competitor and should do ators were a group of alert the end of the . 9uarter. steady-headed players in the In the fourth .quarter soph· will make the trip .to Kansas Field wel~erweight boxer~ was p.L.C. gym Saturday night as omore .forward Phil ·Nord911ist City for the national tournanamed the '.'Golden Boy" of the tncy turned.back Gonzaga SS to stole the show with his fine ment. ~nt Golden .<:}loves tourna65 ·before a huge crowd. shooting to give tl1e local team Gonzaga (65) P.L.C. (68) ment :held in Seattle. The game .was a see-saw the slim margin of victory. Ross (12) ........ F.. ( 4) Heth' ton Bethea won the crown in the affair from tli.e opening tip Nordquist scored nine points in Nordquist (15) F .... (5) Rieh'son rough welterweight division· and off. P.L.C. mover! out to a the 'final quarter and wound up a:lso won the trip to the nation· co.mfortable margin in the as the high scorer of the eve· Lund (12) ........ C .... (13) Ver'an al . <:;olden Gloves .• tourney in Hanson (8) ...... G ........ (8) Irwin first quarter only have the ning with 15. Boston ne"-t month,. Bulldogs come back strong Bob Ross and Garnet Lund Koessler (7) .~ .. G ........ (7) Gray Prior to the Seattle tourna· i.n th.e second period· and hold also hit the dQ!Jble figures Billings (4) ............ (3) Haberle ment t)Jls year, Bethea had added t]Je Tacoma and Van. Sinderson ...................... (11) Tri co.uver welter championships .to Gubrud (3) .....: .... (12) Watson his long list pf honors~ He reKelderman ................. Schauble peat¢d his last year's perform- well if he decides to turn pro. Boover (7) ............ (2) Mulcahy with ances since. he was .the defen.cllng champ~Oll of each tour!la. L.egion. Da.nc.e Set LARRY ment Toddlers Sponsor ;'l'he.~~hordscr~pper:will re R,hOcles Unit No.. 2will spon" KIRKWOOD Entertainment Show One 0~ t]Je favqfi~s iµthe na" sor a dance at the American The Tacoma Toddlers Coot· ttona.LS ·this year. Last year he Lake Hospitaltlns. Friday. Reto()k second. hqnors in his divi· freshments. f()r .the. dance will · Ez:z.ard Charles, the ex-heavy· iette Club No. 227 sponsored a ~ion, . . .. . . be furnished :by the, member~ wei15ht champion, gets his long I Hank Colin is the first to an- program of entertainment preAfter the toun,iament . in ofRhodes Unit. .. .. . ·.. · .· awaited .chance to try to regain nounce a new arrival-a .fnly sented by ilieAlfred Mennenga Bf!Ston, .13~thea has indi.ca.ted ... Mrs. Laura Lovejoy, reha· tjle . crown on June 17th in colt, dark colored with buck· family of Puyallup at Madigan hi~. desire to take a fling at .bilitation chairman, is in charge ·xankee Stadium. .. . · skin ears. Who knows what Army Hospital last Tuesday. pr,ofe$Sion,(\].. boxing. H1=! is a of arxangements. Anyone in- .. Charles has been. ofter this color this little filly will decide Mrs. William C. Dussell, hos· · teres.ted in .attending will. be match with· champion RockY to be when she gets a little pita! chairman was assisted by most welcome.. . . . . .. . Marciano. for. about a year and older. Mrs. May Porter, Mrs. Richard The patients at fue hospital is confident that he will be fue The Tacoma Lariettes are L. Tobin, Mrs. Arthur Bartlett, Insurance need outsiders, men an4 wo- first ·boxer ever to gain the getting down to serious busi· Mrs. Rdbert Schanzel1lbach and 19120/1> A!\ J,.owAs.$12.so· men, to talk and dance with; heavyweight title. for a second ness and. drilling .every week Mrs. Francis Marvin. Semi~A;nnnaJ1Y Dimclng will begin at 7:30 and .time. He has been on a winning at .Woodbrook now. With the Ch?ck us for other rs:tes J end at 10 p.m. streak and feels that he is in square dance, day drill and 1...............-......- ................._._ ~rn)i)rehepsive & ColliSion the 1best conilition of his career. drill to practice, fuey are a Farmers Mutual of Horse To Mr, and Mrs.;Myri ·I)eh!n, This outdoor title match is busy 'bunch of.gals. Enumclaw Rt, 4, Box 894-.,1\, Tacoma, a expected to draw a:bout. There :ViH. be a dance Satur· 60 000 ~D M~REK daughter Jan. 28. · . . . .. .. ·. ' day evenmgm the Tacoma Unit 12909•F'ac.Ave.· GR 3100 To 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank !Cady, people through the turnstiles club house, . with . all Juniors Shoeing ..8630 So. Ta.coma Ave., a son .and gross at·ound $600,000. and Seniors invited. Tex Dowlby - - --- ling is the chairman. · 1 "Shoot the Works" is the An Expert theme for the Twin Rivers Rid· ing club's first horse show May 23. All proceeds will be donat· Young ed: to the Washington State .Association for Retarded ChildGraham ren. Put on your jeans and \\~ 7-7616 shirts, polish up your boots and c;ome out to the March/6 dance at Crocker ·Grange,. sponsored by Twin Rivers clttb; Western band. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. L.f b'l' 1 e, Jameson, who aonated chicken isa ! ity, and their home, Twin Rivers Mortgage Retirement members enjoyed ·a · chicken ACACIA MUTUAL dinner Feb. 21 when 15 brave LIFE INSURANCE CO. riders weathered the rai1:1 and W u' • 11 rode out. There was dancmg in L.. • Bill the evening, music furnished by Hertler Chuck and June Bloom . and friends. Patty Kitnar and Judy Representative 1222 South 120th st. Goodrow Juniors. rode all the (C~r:tinuei:l 0~ Page 9 ) Phone GRanlte 3752 ~

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Plan Bake Sale The Tacoma Toddlers Coot· iette Club No. 227 will have a "Bake" sale Saturday, March, 6th at the Franklin Foods Store in South Tacoma. The sale will start at 10 a.m. Mrs. Hazel Houts, Chairman, wiH be assisted by Mesdames May Porter, Herbert Scisinger, Guy Steele and Richard L. Tobin. For further information call Mrs. Houts at HA'wthorne 0821 or Mrs. Scisinger at HAwthorne 1410.

Thursday, lVIarch 4, 1954 Poultry Disease 'I'he TIMES-JOURNAL Problems To Be Topic For Panel Discussion

Page 9 1 ALONG THE TR.AIL (Continued fro mPage 8) way from Orting. Along the tral we saw lots of horseback riders enjoying the nice weather Sunday . . . . . Francis and Hazel Kordyke, each in separate cars, going out to their ranch ... some PLC college boys enjoying the horseback riding sport on Jack Brownls ranch. We appreciate your coopera· tion in sending in your news items. Send your news to Lar· ry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134th & Pacific, Phone GR 3261.

Poultry disease problems and their control. will be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 10 in the Thrift Community hall. The meeting will feature a panel discussion by four commercial poultryillen and a vet· erinarian from the Western Washington Experiment StaUoa

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CLEANERS 11004 Pacific Ave. North of the Bank Corner

Roger Lunde Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars: will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m., m th.e Veteran's hall, lllOQ So. Yak1ma Ave. Following opening ceremonies reports will be given by all stdnding and special committees. Mrs. J. W. Johnson will preside.

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Mrs. Leroy Cousins, Mrs. T. Clothier, Mrs. Robert Anderson and Mrs. Harry Akers were installed as color bearers for the remainder of the term, and Mrs. Akers was named trustee.

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I , NEW BASEOALL MANAGER-2nd Lt. Richard D. Brewer, looks over baseball equipment with S/Sgt. William Bush, NCO· IC at the base gymnasium. Brewer was recently named to manage the McChord baseball team for the 1954 season. Lt. Brewer • is assigned to the 25th Air Division .and is the .A.djutant for Headquarters Sq. He is a graduate of The Citadel and has played college and semi-professional baseball. According to the new manager, pitchers and catchers started working out in the base gym the first of the week. Other players are scheduled to report for practice Monday, March 8.

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Glen McAfee-Candldate for 2·Year Term Has lived in the community 3~ years; is crew chief at McChord Air Force Base; has 'been stationed at McChord 7 years.

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Film •Show Planned Fern Hill Library,. 84th .and so. Yakim~ Ave., will show four films Wednesday at 8:30 p.rn. Films include: "Incas," "Desert People," "Circus Day In Our Tovvn " and "History Of The Helicbpter".

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