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·--· Sec. 34.66 P .L& R IJ.S. POSTAGE PAID. !PARKLAND BRANCH Tacoma. Wash. Permit No. !IP RESIDENTIAL PATRON l&OXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE POSTMASTER: If unable to deliver, return postage 1111 g u a r a r>t e e d an addressed papers. ......... ... ..,,.,... THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1954 ~

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SANDWICH, ANYONE?-Caught by the Times-Journal staff .Photog·rapher Saturday afternoon, the above scene proves that three cars ju st can't occupy the same space·-and stay whole. It happened this way: As Mrs. K. G. Leitheiser.. af 616 South 46th, driving a '54 Dodge, slowed for the stop at 84th and Park Ave., a '50 Chevrolet coupe, registered to Harry Merrill, Rt. '3, Box 628, Tacoma, swun.g out from the curb and .hit the Dodge, causing both cars to era.sh into a Kaiser car, owned by Hugh F. McGillivary ·Of. 6709. South, Tacoma Way, which was parked at the curb. Nobody was injured, though the ocnupants of the middle car were trapped until the vehicles could be untangled. · Photo by McKewen

The regular monthly meeting Of Parkland P-TA will be held

this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock in the school auditor. ium, Mrs-. Travers Dryer pre· :sicilng. Miss Harriet Carmody, super-

Custom Butchering, ··Curing Cutting &: Wrapping

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Well Baby Clinic Tuesday. Nov. 23 The Midland-Central AvenueCollins Well Ba'by clinic will be held Tuesday morning, Nov. 23, in the Midland fire hall at 95th and Jackson road. Registratioa will be from 9 to 10 a.m. Children of five years and under may be brought for free examina, tio:n and shots. Dr. Jack Erickson, the phys,ician in charge, will be assis·ted by two nurses from Pierce County Health de~ partment.' ·For further information, call Mrs. Roy Wright, GR 7576, Central Avenue; Mrs. Carl Es~ saman, GR 7021, Col1ins; Mrs. Andrew Christensen, GR. 7832, or Mrs. Charles Cooper, .GR 6976, Midland'

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1e next meeting of the Frankl!n . Pierce .. Hi Boo~ter clt1b will ~c held Nov. 30, at 8, o'clock. Bill Lemon basketba 11 coach at Stadium, vv:ill speak 0~1 ~~=~~a s~~w~s :;sp!o~et ~. ;;;~ "Are You su.cces'sful ~. s a Par~ area, · ·.t.h · 't T.ra·1ng a·.: · 'c_o.· - e . s umm1,. ent? Leroy Sprt.zer will direct in whose store the main 'sale Commurmtv Club some of ,his boys and girls in was held the Malcom Meat Co. , II group s·ng· · f ~... .. '. Plans Benefit . .1 mg of some o ..,,e for donat1'.ng the 10-fo. turkey . . . Chr~stmas numbers from the and the Central Avenue School Announcement program and' other f or +'• . st . . . v,,as made at Chnstmas . . Ule.·.rnce po ers. the las.t meetmg of the Park- select10ns. ' The doll and wardrobe ·award land Commumty club that the w · .· d b B b K date has been set f~r the Fan1i. . ~s receive Y ar ara · u1• l Thanks ivin benefit dance Monta Vista Club . .avik of Canyon road, the blankY g g . . . • .· . .· . et went:to Mrs. Ethel Anderson planned ·by the group. It will be . Monte Vista Garden club will . ·f F · .tl· anu ..,,.·· avenue an d ·• th e . . . .. . . ·o rm held m the Franklin Pierce meet for noon lunr:heon and the · .D 1 high school cafeteria Fn"day, regular ;h•C . .·..·..1l!ib. ...•"'..···.session · • t.o d.ay· ,tuney to. W. · Bromell of Roy. Nov. 26, with dancing from 8 (Thursai\y) ai: the home of Mrs. . . . . .· ' p.m. till midnight. Carl Fynboe, Mrs. Del Schafer ' SAVE ON YOUR Music will be furnished by iissisting.. The. day's · topic, THANKSGIVING DINNER the Wendall Kinney orchestra; "Candle Making,,· will be disWHITE BELT TUR KEYS . · ·. · · ' . . . cof>fee, doughnuts and hot dogs cussed bY Mrs .. Don Archer. Cleaned & Dressed or Live will be available. Donations will . .'.~: . . . Up to 20 pounds be $1 per person and 50c for public li.Qrar;f and half toward BYARD & ROCKY CRATE students displaying activity th~ establishment of a scholar· GR 8033 - Graha_m 7-2113 tickets from any Pierce county sh1p for some worthy Franklin at Rocky Ridge high school. An attractive Pie:ce high school graduating award is promised. Proceeds of semor. the dance will he divided, half to the support of the Parkland

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DEALERS iN COMFORT ···Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lapenski are inviting friends to drop in this weekend to inspect the very interesting new equipment recently installed, facilities which enable theni to dispense trouble-free comfort with every gallon of fuel or diesel oil. Pictured above are the two gigantic storage tanks, the. new Fram Filter Separators, loading station and tru'cks. Photo by McKewen

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T;he Carlson pcdic Guild w,shes to thank tl1e ma~y t~riends ~11° he:ped to ma 'e .e annua !Jazaai &ucl1 a ~vonderful success. The' courtesy of Novotney Bros. in giving space for the sale was much up• · t d 1 · h "1

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. . . . . . Sunday, Nov. 21, w1ILbe a big day m the SummitW oodland-Collins area; marking the form a I ope:r;ting o. f t.he new secpnd fire station at 73rd and Fairview. . . . . . . . . . . . Ash Butler, fire chief ~or Pierce Oo~ntyr Fire D1stnf;t No. 9, usually referred. .~.to .as.. S. umm1t-Vi oodland-Coilms._ ann_ounces that the new 1 and the siren at Station No. 2 s_tatwn Will be open to the Pllb· is controlled by radio from Stahe from 1 to 4 Sunday after- . . . noon and that the wGmen of the tion 1. Two-way con_imumcat10n .. · . . .•.. · systems· have been installed on A.uxihary will serve cake and . . . • · ·.t"" ae f.ire .t ruek s, a 11owmg concoffee. ~ere wil!. be mform~1 stant contact between the ·men ceremomes at 2 o clock to ded1- . d th . t t" All f' cate the station. an e s .a :ons. . iremen The new fire hall 30 x40 feet have _phone~ m their ~ornes ~o .. . ' . .a:re lmmedrately available m in area, will house one truck, ·.·, . · · .· case o f f"ire. or otl1er emergency. formerly kept at Stat10n No. 1 ·.· . . . new. .fire hall on. .Canyon road , one block sout.h . The . . was built of . Airport. There will be no almost entuely with volunteer "sleepers" at the new station, ~abor, the allocated n;oney bebut several members of the mg. usea .· f~r m~tenals and Volunteer Fir('I Department live f'!lµIpment. Fire Chief Butler .es· . . t1mates that the second stat10n near and can be a I erted within . 'th 29 71.. . . .1 d" t . t secon<;ls by the siren and tele- m. ·. e ~quare mi e is nc phone. will lower insurance. rates. at The Summit-Woodland-Collin~ least 20 ~, a substai;.tial saVlng Volunteer Fire Department has to P';operty owners m the com24 members, a:ll working with- mumt~. . . out pay and on call at any time . .A.picture af the new bu1ldll'W of day or night. Two men are OJ:\ will .be found on Page 3 of tins duty at aU times at Station Ko; paper. •

visor of . r,eading for Tacoma public schooIS, >;ill . be · guest speaker; and the 8th.grade.girls' chorus, directed by Mrs. Burnis Reynolds, will sing. Mrs. Betts' Brownie troop will present the colors. All teachers will be in their rooms to visit with parents between .the meeting and the social hour. Mothers and fathers are urged to take this opportunity to. meet" and get acquainted with the.faculty of the school. Hostesses .for the coffee hour are 2nd grade mothers and teaehers; l\'1,r,s.. W. Y, ,WeJ~h,. chairman; Mesdames H. Bluhm, B. L. Tweed, R. N. McCormick, G. G. Skoog, Ray Pochel, J. L. Henderson, A. L. Perryman, Mary Wee'ks, Esther Jacobs, Barbara Carr, Dorothy Krumm and Rose Harris. Fall Fair Festive plans are being laid for the annual fall fair, to ibe

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Those two huge tanks at Lapenski Fuel Co., 9920 Pacific Ave... were filled for the -first time two weeks-ago, each holding 27,000 gallons 6f oil. The fine new installation is !low operating smoothly and Mr. anl Mrs. Frank Lapenski are inviting customers and friends to call this weekend and see for themselves this very interesting equipment, the most· modern bulk plant in the Tacoma area. The Lapenskis have spent many thousands of dollars on a "newer than tomorrow'' system which absolutely insures that their product will be. delivered to customers free from sludge, dirt or water. The equipment which performs this miracle is· the Fram Liquid Separator Filter, through which every drop or oil passes before going into the trucks. A complete dual i:-stallation has been set up, the' fuel oil and the diesel oil being kept sep11.rate at all times. From each great· tank, the oil is· pumped t,hrough the Fram separator, then to the loading arm, then to

the tank which will carry it to thl! customer, the fuel oil and the diesel of course each ·being de~ livered in its o\vn truck. Another advantage provided by La'pehskis is the policy of basing the· charge for oil on the distance the trucks must tFavel in making deliverie:;. Since· it is cheaper to deliver oil near, the plant, Mr. and Mrs. Lapenski believe it only fair to pass this saving along to the customer. People living within two miles of the plant get thP lowest rate, those within four miles the next lowest rate. Beyonct four miles the rate is all the same but the company prefers not to . serve homes too far away, wishing rather to build its business on consistent and dependable service in its immediate vicinity. Frank Lapenski has been in the fuel business in Pierce county for 20 years, for 10 years ih the present location. Starting first with wood, coal and Presto logs, the company has followed each advance in heating needs, always trying to provide the best possiJble service, in each medium. Mrs. Lapenski · is zin important member of the firm and shares her huslband's pride and satisfaction in the newest step of progress, the installation of the fine new plant;

Wisconsin. Club of Tacoma will hold the usual potluck supper Sunday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. in the Odd Fellows Temple, 6th and Fawcett. Entertainment is promised.

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Home Again Mrs. E. F. Curtle We are glad to report that GRanlte 7706 Joice Corlett: who was badly injured in ari auto accident last The .Ffrgrove Garden club The Collins P-TA will meet Published Every Thursday week, is home from the hospital this (Thur~day) evening in the met at the home of Mrs. L. R. L. W. Gilbert but confined to bed in a cast AiDDRESS............P. 0. BOX 654, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON and· will be for five weeks at gymnasium with Mrs. Max Ef- Root l'jov. 11 for 12 :30 lunchferuberger presiding. 'I'l\e pro- eon and •business session. Mrs. Alder Community club is hav119ilh and Pacific A venue Phone GRanite 3466 least. gram !\vill be on legislation. The Jaek Williams was co-hostess. "ing its annual Fun Night Nov. Sympathy 7th grade mothers will be host- Plans were made for decorating 27, Saturday, at· 8:00, with JACK BROWN ., ....................................................... :.. PUBLISHER Deepest sympathy is extend- esses for the soci~l hour .. Mrs. the fourth· floor of Lutheran needlework, homemade candy, Minor hospital in Puyallup for and lunch. Games for prizes all Smith . and Harold Haase, NEVA T. HONEYWELL ...................-................................. EDITOR ed .to Mrs. Alma · ing assisted b chairman, M Ott 1sA bed evening. Everyone is welcome. farmly from their many friends . Y rs. o n • Chrislmas. The cJUJb will also spend sev. WALLY .SQUIRES ..................................................... .ADVERTISING on the death last week of her erson and Mrs. F. M. Kaeser. eral hours at the hospital adMrs. Fred Duke :v111 spend DOLORES BROWN ................................................ CIRCULATION husband, J. H. Smith, in a local Home From Trip dressing Christmas cards for the the next few weeks with her son · hospital. The funeral was FriMrs. Max Ef.feruberger and patients. Arthur at Everett. KENNETH POTTLE ........................ SHOP SUPERINTENDANT day in Wood!bine cemetery. Mr. niece Diana Rudy arrived home A work shop will be held at A large group of frie11ds and WES McKEWEN .............................................. PHOTOGRAPHER . Smith had been ill for nearly a last Tuesdayi from Chicago. . year with a bad heart. He was They reported a wonderful trip. the home of Mrs. F. W. Pred- neighbors met last week at the more Jr. Dec. 2 to make home of Mrs. Ralph Weigard ROG McDONALD ............................................ SPORTS EDITOR 86 years old and a retired miner. . 4-H Meeting wreaths and swags for the for a miscellaneous shower honThe Smiths came from Bozec Advertising Rates On Request man, Mont., about 30 years ago. All :parents ':'l'ho ar~ inter- Capitol District show, to be held oring Miss Robin Ensehede. Miss Besides his wife he is survived ested m enrollmg their boys at the Winthrop hotel Dec. 6. Enschede is the fiance of Billy ~18 The December meeting will be Boettches; the marriage has ~Y a nephew, Norman Horner, and girls in 4-H clubs are asked in California. to meet George Purcell and held Dec. 16 at the home of Mrs. been announced for Dec. 18th. Florence Allen, both of the Art England with Mrs. A. J. ;r'hey plan to make their home IRl!S. !I! SHOP HI 6190 IY Iii GR l'4"11 Sudden Death county agent's office, at the Weatherwax as co-hosrtess. m Alder. Also deepest sympathy from Rousseau home on Bingham There will be a demonstration friends and neighbors on the road Monday evening, Kov. 22, on "What's New in Christmas M~ l\t. "· Rau And GARA.GE DRIVE CAftEFULt.Y Arrangements." Christmas g:j;fts tragic death of Joseph Kowal- at 7:30 o'clock. Mlmtte m1 U4 U Pacific A..,..ue at Boeolufala will be exchanged. ski who died of a heart attack SAVE A LIFE P. o. Bu 64'5, Paddand. w..hingtom P-TA Grateful Morris Guy, better known to Wednesday while hunting in the P·TA Tea MOTOR REBUtLDING The Collins P-TA wishes to friends as Ted, who is a senior Firgrove P-TA served tea at Lathe &. Press Work, Col\· at Pullman where he is major- mountains near Ellen~burg. He thank all those who so genercollapsed just after he shot his the school Tuesday, Nov. 9. Rod-Grinding, Surface Grindously gave of their time and Those attending visited the class Horse i11g, Piston Grinding, Brake ing in electrical engineering, had e1k. contributions to help make the Drum Turning, Reboririg, the honor some time ago to be He is survived by his wife and carnival the tremendous suc- rooms. Hostesses for the mornMain Line Boring, Pin Fit- chosen for mem1bership in Sigma four sons, Joseph and William cess it was, The main award ing session were Mrs. Ar1hur Shoeing ting,! Rod Aligning, Arma· Tau, national electrical enginof Tacoma, Walter in the U.S. was made up of items donated England and·Mrs. A. J. Weath· ture Turning. Bank Terms. eering fraternity. He was chosArmy and Victor of the Coast by Summit Trading, McDaniels erwax; for the afternoon, Mrs. by en as a delegate to their naGuard. All the boys except Mkt., Summit Hardware, Mid- Laura Saunders and Mrs. L. An Expert William were students of Cen- land Thriftway and Carle's D. Root. P-TA Meeting tral Avenue school. Mrs. Kowal- Evefgreens. Firgrove P-TA is meeting this ski was active in the Central Mrs. Theda and son received Avenue P-TA and the Summit the box. of groceries and Pat (,Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock Young church. They formerly lived on Gogan the box of candy; Mrs. After the business hour a repreREPEAT S:ALE Graham 103rd off Canyon road at Sum- Fred Most received the shrub. sentative of the Twin Cedar 7-7616 Florists will dernonstra te Christ· mit. Since some of the doll clothes mas arrangements. Mrs. l!'rietas s E were not sold, it has been de- and Mrs. 0. N. Stenbak will be cided to sell them and the re- hostesses. In All The World maining aprons at the next P-TA Lucky Hunters m e m meeting Nov. 18. Phillip Root antl Lloyd Root each bagged an elk last Sunday SERVICE &. REPAIRlll s a .m m morning while hunting in the Cascades. On All Makes of

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leadership of Peter Coleman Jr., will be in charge of the games and the women of the Altar society will have a Christmas gift booth of many lovely handmade articles. Thomas Dolle, Harold Thaden, Bill Gwynn, Sig, Jackowski and John Rerig will be assisting Mr. Cole· man, as well. as many other men of the parish. Ladies assisting Mrs. Melvin Morrill are Mesdames James McCarthy, Peter Coleman, Thomas Galivan, Francis R. Reding, Frank Couture, Ambrose Coleman, Russell Beals, Lawrence Cleary and Walter Corrigan. Refreshments will be served. Appreciation The officers, members and chairmen of the Midland Orthopedic Guild's turkey and baked salmon dinner and country carnival wish to thank all the wonderful people who turned out to make the evening such a success. They also wish to apologize to those who had to wait so long to be served and those they had to turn away. This was the first public dinner this. group has attempted and although there were many who worked very hard and long on preparing t_he dinner, they all found out ways to better their management and will profit by their experience in the future. Thanks again for the grand turn-out! A thank you also to the 4-H girls from the Midland 4-H Clover club who helped where needed, as well as the many men who assisted, especially Carl Ellertson who was chief carver. Midland girls assisting were Nina Ayers, Jand Jensen, Marlene Corrigan, Val-

Friday evening, Nov. 19, starting at 8 o'clock in the Midland Community cllUb hall - that's the night the parishoners of St. John of the Woods church are sponsoring their annuaL before Thanksgiving "Turkey Evening of Games." The public is cordially invited to come out. The men of the parish, und_er the

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Two blue-ribbon winners from the Midland 4-H Clover club were among the 118 Pierce County winners honored at the Sears Roebuck Foundation banquet held Saturday, Nov. 13, at the New Yorker. Each of these 4-H'ers had completed a blue ril:Jbon project in Meal Preparation, Gardening or Food Prescrva'tion. Besides their ribbons, the girls received matching sets of Cloverleaf bracelets and earrings, while the boys were awarded 4-H pocket knives. The Midland girls, Nina Ayers, and Marlene Corrigan, were accompanied to the banquet by Mrs. Floyd Ayers, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kobe and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corrigar1, leaders.' Congratulations Congratulations 'are in order for Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Simmons (Norma Brott) of 3122 East 112th on the birth df a daughter, Lenora Pearl, Sunday Nov. '7. Lenora also has a brother, Jackie Elmer, and grandpar"nts, Mr. and Mrs. El· nwr E. Brott, of the same address and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Simmons of St. Albans, New York.

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