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Lions Install, Make Plans For Charter Night

10 stores participating. The contest closes Dec. 15, and the names of winners will be announced in the Dec. 23 issue of the Times-Journal. All youngsters from five to 16 years of age are eligible. In awarding the prizes, the judges will take into consideration the age of each contestant, .thus giving the little tads the same chance as the older boys and girls. The contest features a full page of outlined pictures, 10 in all, to ·be colored by the youn!<: "artists," who may use wate.c colors, crayons or any medium they wish. The children will probably want to cut the pictures apart before starting to color them, but this may be done after coloring if desired. When finished, each picture will

Installation of officers was an important feature of the regular meeting of t'he new .Pacific Avenue South Lions club, held Nov. 22 at Betty Vogel's Countr.Y'

Grandmothers Elect Officers The Parkland Grandmothers club recently elected the following' officers: President, Mrs. Grace Mason; vice president, Mrs. Lucille. LE!Mar'; secretary, Mrs. Mabel Richards; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Panter. . The next meeting wil be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Demar Dec. 6 at 1 p. m.

Elk Plain 4-H The third meeting for Elk Plain Girls 4-H was held at the home of Alice Tibbitts, Pauline Darling presiding. During the business hour the new year books were distributed and the year's program discussed. Refreshments were served ·by Mrs. Tibbitts. . After a short business session Dec. 13, a Christmas party and exchange of gifts will be enjoyed at the home of Alice Tibbitts. Beatrice Gould, reporter DRIVE CAREFULLY

Oinner, Fair At Parkland Friday Nile

Dec. 3 wUl be a nightlong to be remembered in Parkland. At 5:00 o'clock the evening festivities get under way for the 2nd Annual Fall Fair to be sponsored jointly at the Preschool and P-TA organizations of Parkland school. There will be something to delight everyone from the Preschoolers to the grandparents. Just a sample of what will be in store for the little folks: a great 'big clown will be there selling balloons; lots of cute doll clothes for the litt1e girls; a fish pond for the tiny tots; a special make-up booth • tor children. Stan Willis and Paul Larsen will be in charge of a great variety of games featuring fun for all ages. One of .the most unusual features will be a "Pick an Ornament" tree to be found in "Aunt Holly's Workbasket." This booth will fea(Continucd orr Page 12) FridaYi~ght;

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be released from Barnes hospital, Vancouver, Wash., in the near future. Helene entered the hospital in August for delicate and unusual operation. Her many friends will extend congratulations and a happy "Welcome Horne.!"

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The discovery of a band• of midget cattle in a hidden canyon in Idaho made the news headlines a short while ago, with a few of the animals being brought out by helicopter. The first of these 'little bovines to be seen in the Northwest is one which Al Iverson, manager of The Bungalow bought ·recently and now has at his ranch at Rt. 4, Box 586, Puyallup, just off the River road. This 10-months-old Hereford steer is perfect in every way except that it is muoh shorter than the usual calf of that breed. It is heavy and broad and Iverson insists that its fa:ce reminds 'him of an old, old man. It is thought that the cattle were trapped in the canyon years ago and have run 'down in size because of in· breeding. · When asked why he ha.d bought the liltle steer, he remarked, "I wanted small steaks for breakfast." He later confessed that the animal would probably live to a ripe o"ld age as it had already become a pet and a fixture on the ranch. He says that the little fellow has apparently grown about as much as he ever will.

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By Amy Hunt Wormald The Auxiliary has a great opportunity before it in every community. It has valuable experience in serving veterans, in child welifare ·and in other fields which make it possible to assume real leadership in facing problems of the war and postwar period. The Auxiliary is co-operating on a national level with all types and kinds of national women's organizations. Similar action in !jtate and community levels has put the. American Legion Auxiliary.'s policies and programs into the consciousness of· every American family. Good public relations for the Auxiliary is the special responsibility-in a ·broad sense - of evei:y member of the Auxiliary. Good public relations are essential to membership, to program and to the advance of the Aurlliary ideals and services• Working relationships with other local, state and community groups, and their acceptance and understanding of the Auxiliary program, help to build · good community spirit - build good public relations. The Auxiliary is judged in the community by the attitude and actions of individual members. A friendly sharing of com-. munity problems, and a co-operative spirit with all economic, socal, religious and cultural groups makes it possible for the Auxiliary to exercise real leadership in the nation, state and ·community. Members must have vision, character and dedication to high ideals. Clover Creek Unit 118 is an outstanding group. The membership roll includes three teachers in our public schools, five or more Sunday school teachers, two women especially interested in youth groups. There are several who have tak~ en hospital indoctrination courses in order to serve <;it Madigan and American Lake. We have a nurse, a deaconess, six

Mra. M. S. Rau Gl'llanlte 8391 The Wo:inan's Society of Summit Methodist church will meet in the church Thur~day even,ing, Dec. 9, at 7:30 for the annual, Christmas party. Instead ()f the usual gift exchange, there Will

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Election of afficers for the coming year were elected. Mrs. R Peterson from Summit Homemakc'rs was elected president o<f the council; Mrs. Hornsby from the Grange Homemakers, vice president, and Mr.:1. Richard- Maxfiekl from Summit was elected secretary. Any one wishing to join the Summit Homemakers group may do so by calling Mrs. Wolf at GR 6811. Ht

L€t us sho\v ycu why even the inexperienced using the ne\V Al\Zl:F DI: VI ALT Power Shop with its nmm:ing MOTORIZED ARM can cut everything in woodworking better, faster, and more accurately ilu,;n any trained expert.

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Each member is asked 'to bring her own sandwich and, for the candJemaking, a coffee can, candlewicking out of an old candle, old broken crayons, molds consisting of cartons, jelly glasses, ice cream liners, or odd dishes suitable for making cn.ndlc•s, and wax sueh as Parawax or old candles. Last Friday representatives from all the Homemaker groups in Pierce County met at the home oJ' County Agent Florence Allen for a noon luncheon. Plans for the leadership train-

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Gold Star mothers, housewives and mothers of small children. We have a Junior group learning· the American way of life. Here, too, we co-operate with social and educational groups for child welfare, prevention of juvenile delinquency, better health and homes for the men and women of tomorrow. A square deal for every child who could ask for more? !Mrs. Irma Long has returned from a pleasant vacation in California. Mrs. Anna Gunn's husband, Charles, is ill in a local hospital. Mrs. Naomi Bailey and fami· ly are now making their home in Sequhn. President Worma!d and Vice President Hart are invited to Presidents Council of the dist· rict at Eatonville Dec. 6. Mrs. Hart will discuss "The Duties of a Vice President." Word has been received that our ·beloved Helene Linder, former president of the 4th District Parkland Auxiliary, senior post president and LaPetite Chapeau, Passe, of Salon 229, 8 et 40. Pierce county, will

The two doctors found their new patient m a strong perspiration, and both put their hands under the bedcovers in order to feel his pulse, but by accident, got hold of each otller's hand. , "Nothing serious," said <me doctor. "He's probably drunk," said the other doctor.

be a cradle for a gift of money to equip the Beginners departc ment. An interesting program is being arranged. This includes the Ada Holden and Addie Rau circles and their friends. Visits ir> Kelso Nancy McMillan spent the weekend in Kelso visiting friends, who surprised her with a birthday party cclebra~ing her 18th birthday. i::o Canada Mr. and Mrs. Russ Malray and children spent Thanksgiv· ing holiday visiting relatives in Merritt, Canada. Summit Homemakers Candlcmaking under the direction of Mrs. Olive Otterson will be the demonstration lesson for ·the Summit Homemakers at the home of Mrs. Ruben Wohl on 98th and Canyon roads Dec. 7 at 10:30. with Mrs. Sally Steberg as assistant hostess.


sent to the loca~ Post or illlrectly to Fred M. Fuecker, State Adjutant, The American Legâ&#x20AC;˘ ion, 2nd Floor, 620 University Street, Seattle 1.'' Meeting Dec. 9

Next meeting of Parklan~ Post No, 228, will be held Dec. 9, at Sunshine Hall at 8:00 p.m. The purpose of this meeting will be the initiation of all new members into Parkland Post No. 228. '.!;'he crack initiation team of the 4 Oet 8 under the leadership . of Severn Kittleson will conduct the ceremony. It is requested that all members of Parkland Post be present to welcome the new members. The public is cordially invited to at¡ tend this ceremony. Refreshments will be served after the meeting.

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as .best man for his brother; ushers were Don Geise, brollher of th.e bride, and Gene Stepzisks and John O'Rielly, Chicago friends. <Continued On Page 6)

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