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I personality will be. Every act in life requires Think. The unthinking people of the world are always thankless. Just stop and think of all the acts in life that require real thini<:DR,s.c. EASTVOLD ing. The wife must think when she plans the menus for the daily President, Pacific Lutheran College fare of her ,family; the bread~vinner must think carefully if he is In one of his letters, Frederick Denison Maurice tells us of to succeed in his business-slovenliness in business will lead to a poor creature in a lunatic asylum who in a lucid moment bankruptcy. He who makes an extended journey must think care" snatched by the arm a lady visiting the institution and exclaim- fully through his travel plans; even our vacation periods require thinking. · ed, "Have yon thanked God for your reason today?" and then relapsed into fury. For the common blessings and comforts of At this time of year, it is wise for us to associate "Thanks" life-health of body and strength of mind, food and .clothing, with thinking. These words stem from the same root. As we warmth and light and air, the peace ()f home and the sacred ties gather together with our friends,. dear ones, and families around of Jove, and our wonderful America-we are far from being as the Thanksgiving Day table, let there be a new sense of Christgrateful a~ we ought. ian Thanksgiving, and let it take on the form of Dedication. Thi:;;. Basic to Thanksgiving is thli art of thinking. The more sanity means that we will have to have the praise of God in our lives. there is in a man's thinking, the more thankful and gracious his Then as liife pushes on and comes to the sunset time of our

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4.. H'ers Plan TeenmAge Dance This Weekend

A Thanksgiving holiday teenage dance, sponsored by the Pierce County Senior 4-H club, will be held Friday evening, Nov. 26, from 9 until 12, in the Midland Community club hsll. All teen-agers throughout the county wishing to enjoy an evenJng of dancing and getting ecqpa·inted with young people of Bierce County are urged to attend. Music will be furnished Who Found It? by the popular six-piece hand Members of the Parkland Vol- combo, the "Rhythm Kings." unteer Fire Department are Marlene Corrigan of Midland broadcasting for news of .a he;.i.ds the dance committee anrl nozzle which apparently was Jost w\11 be' assisted by Elizabeth on a regular practice or while v,[i;ir, Nina Ayers, Valeria on a fire call. It has been mlss- J:!'pmbardier, Beverly Paulik, ing about a mont.h. .. .l~net Jensen ll.nd Lorraine The npzzle is ~i(!kle plated Be~haler, besides Ul.e ITiany \v.ith rubber'cone llnd is mar.kerl { ~t>ers of. the Sllpior 4-H't!rs; with the trade name, Camc-0nt1;' 'flon'.t mi,ss out on this evening It has a movable handle and ii of fun! half-inch hole in the tip. Kew officers elected at the The firemen believe that last County Senior 4-H meetsomeone, perhaps a child, may ing are: President, Larry McEd Stevens Photo by McKewen haye picked up the nozzle with- Gee of Graham; vice president, ness club at the dinner meeting out knowing just what it is or Evelyn •Haakenson of Parkheld Wednesday evening, Nov. that it has value, at least to the land; secretary, M::irlene Corfiremen. Anyone knowing the rigan of Midland; treasurer, 17, at LaPergola. whereabonts of the nqzzle will" Jack Schmit of Edgewood; reOther officers chosen are: do the firemen a great service porter, Valeria Bombardier of Frank Madden, vice president; by calling the fire hall. Midland; sergeant-at-arms, (Madden's Men's Store); Harold Sharon Van Beek of Parkland; Evans, accountant, treasurer; historian, Rosemary Traill of Ronald Peters, (Peters & Witt, Girl Scouts Honor Parkland and Dorothy Keil of Attorneys), corresponding secAuthor at Fern Hill Fruitland. retary; Mrs. Roy Kreger Fern Hill Girl Scouts honorecl (Kreger's Hardware), recordOrthopedic ing secretary; Al Soine (Soine's Lucile McDobald; author'' of "Friday's Child," at a dinner at Sylvia Storaasli Orthopedic Parkland Shoe Store), director. the Methodist church parish hall Guild will meet Thursday, Dec. Officers will be installed at Thursday, Nov. 18. Troop Na. 2, in the home of Mrs. T. 0. the first meeting in January. 17 made the arrangements; Svare for 12:30 luncheon, busitroops No. 226 and 170 partici- ness meeting and Christmas pated in the affair. There was party. There will be an exchange Custom a }arge attendance; pictures of gifts. Mrs. F. D. Van RheedButchering. Curing were taken by Mr. and Mrs. D. er will be co-hostess. Meddlicott. Cutting & Wrapping

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9 to 2. Lunches will be served grandfathers recently . at the to bring cones .t9 .~ke a wihter corsage. Mff?.· ~. Peterson in the dining room. home Of Mr. and Mrs. Vic AndRebekahs Elect erson for an evening of games. will talk on u~nli dried materKapowsin Rebekah lodge held ials in arr11!1gen?-ents. Each Prizes for scores went to; Paul. Mrs. Al its annual election of officers Lindberg, Mrs. Charles Lorenz meipber is ilJlke.a to bring her . recently. Those elected were: and Mrs. P. Betchard. A delicown sandwic)!; Pessert and coffee wjll be ~~fyed by the host- (Crowded Out previous Weeks) Thelma Fairbanks, noble grand; ious lunch was served. Published Every Thu~day The Grandt(ib1:hers. Sunshine Beth Norman, vice grand; Mildess and herJwo assistants, Mrs. Those present were. Messrs. cluib Ko. 250 in.et at the home red Van Horn, recording secre- and Mesdames John LaPore, Mbst and Mrs. Stewart. M>DRESS............P .. 0. BOX 654, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON of Mrs. Albert l:'[elson with Mrs. tary; Ellen Loren, \financial Sam Jenkins, Paul Lindberg, Summit ijomemakers Archie Niemi ~s hostess. The secretary; Willow Bullion, Phone GRanite 3466 119th and Pacific Avenue All Summit Homemakers and following reqe!ltly elected of- treasurer, and M. Jorgensen, Charles Lorenz, Erriil Lauentheir frieµds are inv!ited to the ficers were jns,talled: Mrs. Al· trustee. The installation will be borg, V. Selle, Vic Anderson, .Mibert Nelson, Harvey SundHomemakert; Achievement Day bert Nelson, president; Mrs. E. held in January, 1955. JACK BROWN ···································-······················· PUBLISHER quist and Scott Martin; Mrs. E. to be h~l~ 11t ·Fruitland Grange Lauen1borg, l;>t Vice president; Go Visiting NEVA T. B.ONEYWELL ··············-·······-··························· EDITOR Robinson, Mrs. A. Niemi and on We~1;11>daY, Dec. 1 at 10:30. Mrs. V. B. Sime, 2pd vice presiMotoring to South Tacoma to Mrs. P. Betchard. Each l;J;Q_;tpefµakers group in the WldlLY SQlJIRES ·······-······················-··-·············-'..ADVERTISING ?ent; Mr~. Jo11n :j:.,aPore, record- visit Rebekah lodge No. 160 From Seattle DOLORES BROWN ................................................ CIRCULATION count:y WiJl participate in dcm- mg secretar.Y;; lV!rs- E. G. Tin- Thursday evening were Mes· Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweeney onstr11~~ons and contriibute to ius, treasurer; · )\1rs., Paul Lind- dames El'bert Mothershed, E. KENNETH POTTLE ........................ SHOP SUPERJ'NTENDANT the e;im~J?.its as part of the pro~erg, chaplaipi, 'M.rs. Scott Mar- Robinson, E. Burrill, K. Niemi and daughter of Seattle were WES McKEWEN .............................................. PHOTOGRAPHER gram ·J<lr .the day. Mrs. Quin tin, charter J?.e,al.'e,r; Mrs. P. Bet- and A. Nelson and Miss Thelma weekend visitors recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Rin,e:P.11rt :md Mrs. Richard chard, color· J:jearer. Funk. ROG McDONALD ............................................ SPORTS EDITOR M~field of the Summit HomeMrs. E. G. Tinius. Installing !Jfficer, Mrs. D. Birthday Party ~)l:~~,s will demonstrate the Sines was· IJ.S,E;jsted by ·Mrs. I. On Thursday afternoon at the Advertising A.ates On Request ~ pf E;Qaps _and detergents in Dufrense WrJI)' pinned on each home of Miss Thelma Funk a ~18' l,~J.fP:$Jr¥ problems. 4-H Club Elects of the new qffic~rs a lovely cor- triple birthday party honored · ·i Homemaker is asked to sage. Miss Funk, Mrs. Elbert Mo'therShirley Roufs was electe!l cc·-·•rr!? discarded, used or new Nov. 12 and 13. The pre~~l)l)t has appointed shed and Mrs. Carter Larson. president of the Pretty Peppy 11 ~~P,J11ipg, bcdd•ng or cloth that . Two small fires were reported the follo¥1i!J.W chairmen: Mrs. Others present were Mrs. Paul Kids 3-H club of Brookdale. last week. one caused by a flood- (!~ !Je made into clothing to Sam Jenkif)Jfl i:;unshine ;·Mrs. E. · Lindber:g, Mrs. I. Lindberg, Other officers elected were Janed oil stove at the Heiib Orsc- ~~t~ 111ecting to be sent to the Robinson, m~:rp)?ership; Mrs. M. Mrs. Charles Lorenz and twin:. ice Peterson, vice president; Mrs. M. 8. Rau - hall home on Rt. 4 and the other )!~ple of the flood · ravaged Tinius, pinli'!fn!i seals; Mrs. D. David and Susan, Mrs. A. Nel- Layne Turner, secretary; BarGRani.te 11391 in a storage shed at the former r:1mjab province of Pakistan·. Lauedbor~/ ,~l;'ogram; Mrs. I. son, Mrs. Franz Hanson, Mrs. E. bara Christy, treasurer; Mar·" Hamergren home on Gardeii Lindberg/ W~:\.1!> and means; Mrs. Burrell, Mrs. Ray Funk and tha Hovey and Neddy Lou 4-H Club News The choir of the Summit church will present an interest- Valley road. The contents an\i The 4-H organizational meet- K. Niemi, ~!Jblicity; Mrs. B. Mrs. Roy Carlson. Games were Simpson reporters. The club . enjoyed and each of the birth- will take a second year olf sewing program in the church Fri- part of the shed were saved !;\}' ing started of.f with a great Selle, histprf~n. Aifter the i installation, Mem- day guests received a gift. , day evening, Nov. 26, at 8 o'- the prompt arrival of the fir,e deal of enthusiasm. Two groups ing under the leadership of Mrs. (Crowc1ed Out Last Week) clock, at which time the new deparbnent. will be started under the lead- bershlp Chaiv!nan Mrs. E. RobC. E. Hovey. The .lodge met ~ov. 1~ at the choir robes will be dedicated. The fire department also hi:~d i:rship of R. E. Mayberry and inson inipgted the following new Women of the church have been open house in the new builcjp}g ]\1rs. R. Peterson, with Mrs. R. members; Mesdames Roy Huff, ~asomc Temple with drill prll.C· busy making the robes. The Sunday afternoon and everrl.!,lg, _Wo1f, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Arlo E. Saunders, M. Lyman, Charles tice at ·7 :30. Grandmothers Club . public is invited to attend. The new fire hall is locateg ~t Morton and Mrs. Q. Rinehart Lorenz, liil.rvey Sundquist, John The Grandmothers Sunshme B t K Niemi Roy Carlson .73rd and Fairview. · - as · ass is tants . Fire News County agent George Purcell ana: ~.rLa~enborg,' each of whom club . No. ~50 hel_d its regular June Bug Club Commissioners Ray Gogan a year book and cor- meetmg Friday, Nov. 12, at ~he will meet the parents at the was g iven The June. Bug Garden Club and Harry Lee and Fire Chief ·· · · home of Mrs. Albert (Katie l N 1 "ti M A N' . Ash Butler of Fire District No. will meet at the home of Mrs. home 'of R. E.'Mayberry Friday, sage. The next meeting will be the e son WI 1 rs. · 1 1em1 as 9 attended the convention of Fred Scott on Lidford and Mon- Dec. 3 at 7:30, j.nviting all who Ch . tma arty with gift ex- hostess for the day. . . the Washington State Associat- tana roads, Nov. 30 at 11 o'- are interested in their 4•H boys s P The club entertamed the I ns ion of Firemen, held at Yakima clock. Each member is asked starting a project in livestock. c 1ange. Dances Start The 4-iH girls' group will meet The dances at GrahamGrange at Mrs. Peterson's Friday, Dec. 3, at 3 :30, right after school. ha:ll started Nov. 13. There will be dances every Saturday night Young steers with square dances at 11 p.m. Good Quality Graded Beef U.S. Govt. lnsp. Lutheran Brotherhood and 1 a.m. Music is by Tom's White Face Grain Fed Steers Cut & Wrapped Va or whole New Representative Rhythm Combo; dancing from PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., FRI., SAT. Announcement was made this week that Clifford Korsmo, well known Parkland man, has ac· cepted the post_ o:f local representatiive of the Lutheran II ... Brotherhood Insurance company, He will maintain his olffice Fruitland Grange HaH m II II in his home,510 South H5th St. Mr. Korsmo is a graduate of II II Pacific Lutheran college where to the music of he received his B.A. degree in 1949 and hds B. E. degree in RIB STEAKS • • • • lb• 1950. He is married and has four children. He has lived in GROUND ROUND • • • • Parkland for the past 10 years, SUCED BACON. no end cuts lb. having settled here after completing his enlistment with the WEINER.S .. FRANKS • • • lb. Square· Danoe111 Called by Ernie Hopp Navy Air Corps. He has had exBEEF STEW. boneless 7 Mllee Ellllt of Pacific on ~lrport Road tensive experience in insurance underwriting. . .,MIXED LUNCH MEATS .. • lb. 45c He is a member of Trinity HORMEL POUSH RINGS • 3 /85c Dancing. Lutheran church, in which he LEAN SIDE BACON • • • lb. 49c ....,_...,._., isactive, also a mem<ber of th~ " Parkland Kiwanis club and a committeeman for local Boy Scout troop. Lloyd Jellum, who has been n Road, next to 1 Block North of Airport Road on Canyon Road 1it Trading Co. associated with the Lutheran We Retail At Wholesale Prices 6 We Deliver Brotherhood for several years, will co-operate with Mr. Korsmo, maintaining his office at his home, 7010 North 17th St., in Tacoma. The Lutheran Brotherhood is an old established· insurance "'~ company, having been organized in 1917, and offers full service in all types of life insurance.

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Mrs. Verne Fogle 6405 E. Vickery Rd. GRal')lte 5910 (Crowded Out Last Week) Win P-TA Award. Elk Plain 4-H Elects The 2nd grade at Waller Road New offiicers were elected by school won the prize. offered by the Elk Plain· Girls 4-H club the P-TA in. the membership Kov . 15 .in a meeting held at .. drive, with 94% of the parents the home of Mary Phelps, Presi- ning of dttrtci!i'g 'and games was: joining. Miss Kathie Usher is dent Alice Tibbitts presiding. enjoyed by the. Ladies Auxiliary the teacher. Mrs. Coldwell's 2nd Pauline Darling was chosen of County Road District No. l graders ran a close second with president; Alice Tibbitts, vice and families Saturday at the 93%. president; Beverly Darling, sec- . Canyon Road Community hall. Miss Usher's room has won retary; Mary Phelps, treasurer; the honor of having the most Carol Wright, song leader; Beaparents at both P-TA meetings trice Gould, reporter. There PIERCE C.OUNTY this year, so they are holders of were 12 members and four visthe beautiful planter for the itors present. Refreshments and REFUSE CO. present. WEEKLY GARBAGE a social hour were enjoyed. Want Weather Forecast? COLLECTIONS The next meeting will be MonWould you like to know what day evening, Nov. 29, the place ·Phone GR. 8688 kind of weather we are in for? to be announced. · Then you might visit the 5th grade at Waller Road school and Chances are they can give you a farily close forecast: It all began two weeks ago when Mr. Keener's 5th grade was given a· ~·weather forecast Mrs. Harry Smith kit" by Miss Pope of the Puy. , GRanite 8438 allup schools. Since. that time, the class has set up the model We are sorry to report the weather station from which they illness of Mrs. Harry ·smith, are making many interesting also Mrs. Ed Hoffman. We hope experiments. SEE ••• for a full and speedy recovery The ·. children are enjoying MAGDAN:Z for both. these experi~ents and are lookTo South Bend Lumber & 'Hardware ing forward to further exciting The Don Hi:mson family mot1-1401 Pacific Ave. facts about the weather. ·ored to South Bend for a visit. 1 Block So. of the Park• All-School Assembly land Bank. The Waller Road school re- with Mr. Hanson's parents over · Open Evenings Till 8 p.m. the weekend. cently held its first all-school M t d" t• GR. 5538 any a 0 e 1ca ion assembl y. I t was enj oye d so A w unny aftermion much by -the students :that plan;; arm, s are now underway to hold orie - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - each month. The 1st graders GR. 5566 NOW IS THE TIME TO GR. presented Halloween songs, install A Well or c11ecik Th,at Water Pressure Lielani Lovell pleased the childwe Guarantee Full Pressure with an Advaoce Water System ren with Hawaiian numbers in· Get Our Bid on your Water Problems - You Save Money costume and a play, "The Proud GLACIER PUMP AND DRILLING CO. Princess," was presented by the 10435 South Sheridan 5th grade. A In New Home Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill recent·· ly moved into their newly built : • • 111 • • • • • • • 111 9 • • • • 111 111 111 • Ill • .• e e 111 Ill • • • • e 111 ·• home at 140th and Park avenue e . ·fl ' : where they.are now nicely set- e ·WH•~ 111 tled. The Hills were married in e · . · August and have visited for a • · • week at the home of Mr.. Hill's '" '.:. :• mothe.r andstep-father,.M.·r. and Mrs. John Echo, of 7506 Waller ,. . road. Mr. and Mrs. Echo were .. . , 111 Saturday night supper guests e M J S I· p ·· :Q> of the Hills in the new home. • · · u l1van, your ·arkland Telephone Manager .• Mr:: arid Mrs. Marvin Pidcock • . . :· · . :• called on the· Hills. Sunday. • • • • 0 • • • 9 • • • • '" • • 111 • • • • Ill • e • e • • • • e 111 • e :• 'Bridal·Shower H H arragan • F •..11 Ill.I II.. 5 d Miss Betty Giese, daughter of . . arry 011 rluay, l'!!OVemger .• en • Mr. and Mrs. n: c: Geise of I ed a :career of over 24 years ·service to Ta.. vy-aller road, Who Wlll be mar- coma telenhone r1ed.soon to Joseph Brennan of 1 IF the U. S. Navy, was feted with a lovely bridal shower Thursday evening, Nov, .11~ at the Waller Road hall. Given by the Waller · Road· Grange auxiliary; party hostesses were Mesdames Andrew Carlson, George May, G. Carlson, Lee Hogan, R. Robbins, Don Howard, J. Otterson, M. Vasicko. and F. \7Vilder. Games were played by the 40 guests, after which the bride-tobe opened the many loyely gifts presented to her by friends and relatives. Hei; mother and her fiance were seated. with her at the bride's table, which was centered with an arrangement of roses and yellow chrysanthemums. The beautifully decorated cairn was cut by the hon· - -..·---··-,.··"'"----~·~ about 10,000 to today's ored guest . 76,000. During those yea;rs Harry had thousands of contacts with M. G : ·. · raduate of Tacoma people who had telephone problems. iss ei~er is a g Much of his after hours activity involves work. with the TaPuyallup high school and now coma Elks and Parkland Kiwanis of which he is a charter mememployed in the offices of the ber. He and his wife now reside Jn Brookdale at Parkland. The advent o.f retirement called back memories of the high i spots of his telephone career. "One of the most interesting experiences in my life time were the circumstances involved -in the Weyerhauser kidnapping case. It was the people who were working for me who traced ·the telephone from which the kidnappers placed their threat. All of us were proud that we had a chance to help," he said. Harry doesn't want much except leisure after his retirement. He plans to devote more time to his two grandchildren. When he becomes accustomed to his new leisure, he will talce several trips including one to California to visit his 1<ister.

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PiCTUR,ED ABOVE, from left to right are: Gene McDonald, Jim Lyons, Al Michener, Howard White, Larry McKee, Gene Ressler, Danlly McGraw, Dennis McGraw; second row, Arlie Sartain, Phil Caldwell, Gene Ketter, Thorne Tibbitts, John Schiemer, Wayne Bush, Dave Johnson, Bill Parsons; third .row, Assistant Coach Jack Justice, Rene McAllister, Don Stave, Jim Dean, Carl Kennard, Dave Rich, Gene Williams, Don Jorgehsoll, Head Coach Ed Niehl, of the Bethel high school football squad.

Hi-Booster Bits Leone Marlatt Teeters

Hi . . . Franklin Pierce Parents and Teachers . . . again we greet you with news, and views and Hi"Booster Bits, ... and an extra big invitation to the Hic;Booster meeting to be held Tuesday, November 30th in the High School Cafeteria. And, incidentally speaking of invitations, thanks so much for accepting our tnvita tion last month to 'oops' the attendance. D'ya know, there were over 250 INTERESTED members at that meeting . . . yep,· there were! And . . . we're not griping but out of 900 members that we have now . . . the percentage should be bigger, shouldn't it

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