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'!jHUHSDAY, DECEMBEH 9, 1954 ·

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VOL. 10, NO. 13

GR 3466

Christmas Program At School Tuesday

Creek Board Enioys Xmas Party c:11,,,vd!l•ll'

The James Sales Preschool and P-TA are sponsoring an all. school Christmas program and visit from ,Santa on Tuesday, Dec. 14, a.t 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Choral numbers will be pre· sented by Children from kindergarten through the 3rd grade ·Classes. Parents are invited to visit the classrooms and meet their children's teachers.

Jean Michel Is ·. Jrp Ski Queen

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Many In Xmas Color Contest; One Week Left

The Franklin Pierce Beginners square dance class will celebrate the completion of the first 10 lessons with a big square dance party \Vednesday, Dec. 15, at 8 p.m. in the The color contest sponsored school cafeteria. · by 10 business houses of the Parkland area is now . in. full swing, with hundreds of youngsters busy with their entries. The special contest page in l.ast week's Times,Journal is beirig Used in art classes Of a number of grade schools in the diStrict and many other children are dropping their entries into the Continuing . tlfeir dance les· boxes prep'!-red by the sponsors. sons as the Informediate group, By the . day after the paper the dance class will resume the. was out, the Times-Journal •of~ weekly sessions at ··. Franklln fice ·was completely ·bare of Pierce January 5. papers, so the contest page was put back on the press and several hundred extra copies. were run off, to be snapped. up by would-be contestants. The. con· test closes Wednesday eve11ing, Dec. 1'5.

Sales Parkland Clinic '.!:'he well baby clinic sponsor· ed by the James Sales and Park· land Preschool groups will be held Thursday, Dec: 16, at the Methodist church, 121st and Pacific Ave. Registration begins at 9:30. Parents are asked to bring a blanket for each child. The clinic is open to all preschool ag(! children in the community.

Teachers Tea

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The, Pierce count:y branch of the Association of Chlldho()d' Education will sppnsor a silver tea ~t the James Sales school, Airport and Sheridan, Monday, Dec. 13, from 4 to 6 p,m. There will be Christmas readjl1gs and mus.ic by the Choii; of the West: Members are asked bring gifts for hospitalized .children, .noting on each package the age and sex for which the article is suitable.

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READ THIS The Spanaway Voluntary Ambulance is in dire nef'l of new tires. This ambulance service operates ~n donations only. manned 'by . volunteers, withcjj1t pay who stand ready and at your command l!l4 hours a day in emergencies. A SerYice of t!liis kind certainly warrants support. :::'

HERE'S THE DEAL ·James R. Loring, Real Estate, will match any dcfpa. tion any individual or group :Will give toward:\;the purchase of these tires. Any amount left d'ver goes to the gasoline fund. t~ Let's get the .ambulance back on its feet so it;',Will be ready · WHEN YOU MAY NEED IT!

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Frarddin Pierce Plans On Dec. 16, at 8 p.m., the Franklin Pierce high school Christmas chorus and dramatic production will be presented in the school cafeteria. The pro· gram is complimentary to the public and everyone is invited to enjoy this evening of delightful Christmas music.

The. annual Christmas concert at Pacific Lutheran college will be given Sunday, December 12, at 3:30. and 8:00 p.m. The program will be complimentary to the public. . Under the direction of Prof. Gunnar J. Malmin, the "Choir of the West" will sing a group of songs of Christmas. Prof. R. Byard Fritts will direct his college chorus in a group of Yuletide numbers.

Games Nite Planned By Spanaway Men

DEC. 17

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The Parkland Community club will meet this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock in the Park. land Ii brary, 119th street near Pacific, with Mrs. JC"nnie Grodvig presiding. Dr. J. P. Pflueger of Pacific Lutheran college will be the speaker and the PLC quartet will sing. The nominating committee will present the slate of candidates for the coming election.

Parkland Theater Presents

The men of St. Benedict's church of. Spanaway are having a Games Night at the Elk Plain Grange hall Friday, Dec. 10, from S to 11 o'dock. A wide variety of attractive events are scheduled and lunch will be .served. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend.

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Thursday, Dec. 9, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL

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Going to Europe

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Jimmie Ralph, son of Mr. and Spanaway Preschool TA Meet Mrs. Clarence Ralph, was sent The December meeting of to Camp Lee, Virginia, and now Plans Xmas Pa"" Owing to conditions which expects to .be shipped to the '•'I Clover Creek P-TA has been came up, the Christmas party European area Dec. 7. The Spanaway Preschool will canceled •because of the school planned for Thursday, Dec. 9, h 1 hold a Christmas party and Christmas program, which will p 00 resc • . . be held Wednesday evening, was held Tuesday evening inCentral Avenue Preschool will Dads N1te Dec. D ec. 22 stead. . .on Wednesday, .. · , at 8 o ' cl ocIc a t tb e meet in the school lunch room 15, bcgmnmg WJth a potluck school. Home Again David Scalf, who has served Wednesday evening, Dec. 15, at dinner at 7 o'clock. Special in' his enlistment in the Navy and 8 o'clock. Mrs: G. Ferris, ~ vHations have been sent to the ' member of the Story Tellers has been discharged, is now at League, will give a Christmas three 1st grade teachers and OUR home with his parents, Mr. and story reading and the Mother- their husbands and the P-TA • TACK singers will sing Christmas, president and her husband; also ~..S j / songs. to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene, ~ ROOM Mr. and Mrs. David Pease, Mr. Teacher: "Who won the race and Mrs. L. Spanich and Mr. 'between the tortise and the artd Mrs. K. E. Reeve. hare1" A Christmas program has Student: "What weights were been arranged and plans for tbe children's party will be dis- )::, cussed. The committee in charg~ includes Mrs. James Anderson, Mrs. Phillip Zurfluh Jr., and Mrs. BiH Huddleston. All Preschool m0mbers and their husbands are invited to attend this meeting in the lunchroom of the Spanaway school. *. ("''

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The executive board will meet Friday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. at the home of Marie Waracek, 174th and C streets. Board' members are to make ornaments for the Christmas tree for tbe t:hildren's party.

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is I haven't time to ...saw, haul and split wood." C. M. Quist · of Puyallup Is manufacturing a wood bumlnii; home heating hot air furnace that may solve this land owners problem. Last week in company with a couple of foresters, Knut Lunnum of Washington State College and Walt Thompson of Portland we made a call for a demonstration of thilii new

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furnace. The advantages seem to be in the use of 6 or 7 foot scrap wood m8:ter~al posts, lumber timber thmnmgs green or dry. Stoking at 12 hour ihtervals Quist says keeps steady heat circulating. ·The new furnace seems to use the principle of the old air tight heater with better air control and more complete combustio.n. Due to the angle of the fire box the long material keeps burning off and sliding down to keep the fire glowing away. The principle of conserving and using our natural resources of the land has received a boost for even the busy farmer with promotion of this new type wood furn~c~. Part-~irne fa~ers or falllllles moving out m the country to cut living costs may find the Quist development fitting in with their objectives. Hot house rhubarb farmers may want to take a look at this new burner too. The demonstration we saw proved. effective. Walt Thompson departed for Portland with a pocket full of specifications for installing a wood burning: hot air furnace in hiJ new coun. try home. by Morrill Delano Whether you have a peach tree in your yard or 100 in your orchard you should now keep an eye on the weather. Listen to the five day weather fore-

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UPHOLSTERING Recovering and RebulldlDG Cushlon111 Rebullt Free Estimates FURNITURE A.ND RUG CLEANING PARKLAND UPHOLSTERY 12814 Pacific Avenue GR 3201 Res. 8181

casts and at the beginninr of chapters at Bethel, Eatonville,. . ll'ETl!RS & W'ITT a forecasted good weather per- Franklin Pierce, Puyallup, SumAtterneys lod jump in and put on the first ner, Orting, Buckley and Fife, Paoifio Avenue winter ~p~ay for. peach le~f F.H.A. chapters are at Sum· curl. This is the time to begm . the battle of the "Peach Leaf ner, Puyallup, Fife and Purdy. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHCurl". If a spray program for The 4-H clubs are lead by INGTON FOR THE COUNthis chronic peach trouble is not volunteer men and women for TY OF PIERCE. started now and followed up boys and girls ip. their comwith additional applications dur- munity who are between 10 NO. 58931 lng the last of January and and 21 years of age. They meet NOTICE TO CREDITORS again just as the buds swell an average of twice monthly for around the first· of March you .about two hours in members' In The Matter Of The Estate Of are liable to see curl on the leay- or leaders' homes, Grange halls GEORGE F. HERBEIWER es next year. etc. for each meeting. · Some Deceased I would suggest those with members belong to F.F.A. and Notice is hereby given that only a few trees use puratized 4-H.but they must have separate agricultural spray at the rate of projects in each or·ganization. the undersigned has been ap3 liquid o~nce:i to 5 gallons of Here in this county the F.F.A. pointed and has qualified as water which IS 4 teaspoonsf~l and 4-H each my the other or- the administratrix of the above to ?ne !'allon of W'lter. This di- ganization is helpful. There is entitled estate; that all persons lution is at .the rate of 2 qts. no jealousy but rather a spirit having claims against said deof the puratized to 100 gallons of cooperation. We all feel the ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on of water. . job with boys and girls is much C?mmercmlly any of the fol· bigger than ~ny youth organi- said administratrix or her atlowmg are recommended for zation. We have the highest res- torneys of record at the adthe control of the. curl as well pect for otrer youth organiza- dress below stated, and file the as the one mentioned above. tions such :as Boy and Girl same with the Clerk of said Bordeaux-6-6-50; Fermat~-3 lbs. Scouts, Capp Fire, Brownies, Court, together with proof of such service, within six months to lOO gallons of water, Phy- Y.M and ;Y.W.C.A., Sunday after the date of first publicagon 1 lb. to 100 gallons of water. schools, etef. tion of this notice or the same Just b_e sur~ to apply one of will be barred. these mgr~dients. ~ --. Date of first publication Decby George. Purcell .1 ember· 2, 1954. 11111111 Many people still ask what . MILLICENT N. HERBERGER the difference Is between the Adm! · t tri 0 f "d E t te F.F.A. and 4-H'ers. The F.F.A. ' ms ra x sru s a mean~ Future Farmers . of 11222 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, Washington America and they :ire orgamzed ' in what are called vocational 10331 IPACIFIC AVE. PETERS &: WITr agriculture chapters or classes Attorneys for Estate Repa.lrlJg of Fine Watches in most of our high schools. The 11222 Pacific Avenue girls have F.H.A. of Future <\Ir Specialty Tacoma 44, Washington Homemakers of America chap· · GLEIA. CARMACK ters in many high schools for Published in the Times-JourI home economics training. Those nal December 2, 9, 16, 1954. boys and girls go to high school agricultural and home econo· RUPI MACHINE WORKS & GARAGE mics classes the same as to 1 Pacific Avenue at Brookdale · other classes and are taught jll Automotive Machine Work and Repairing by paid instructors the same as Srke Drum Bank Surface by other high school teachers. turning Terms Grinding In this county there are F.F.A. Shop: ~R 7450 P.O. Box 645, Parkland Res: HI 6190

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Thursday, Dec. 9, 1954 The TIMES" JOURNAL Membership Application

I Want Water in the Spanaway Areal Enclosed find $10.00 down payment to apply upon a $SOO.OO membership share. Balance will be paid as follows.; Check One: ( ) $29-0.00 Callh. ( l $ 20.00 Monthly (carrying charge $10.0(}). ( ) $ 10.00 Monthly (6% interest on balance).

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The last meeting of the St. John of the \Voods Altar society was the occasion for honol'ing and thanking the members who worked so hard to the Midland-Summit area over the top in the recent United Good Neigh!Jor campaign. Mrs. Myrna Miller from Tacoma, who was general chairman of the outlying districts for

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the :Pierce County drive, thanked the women very much for going over the top with the largest quota ever given the district, $650,00,. and pinned a hug~ 'blue satin rosette on the chairman of the district campaign, Mrs. Peter Coleman, Jr., who was given special congratulations for her diligent work to make the drive such a success. The Rev. Andrew Prouty w'ls given special mention, also, for urging the ladies of the Altar society to take over this difficult and tedious jQb. Ladies who worked with Mrs. Coleman were Mesdames Melvin Morrill, James McCarthy, Frank Reding, Harold Thaden, John Dcrig, William Baughn, E. Holt, •Joyce Andrews, Earl Rowe, O. J. Ryncarz, Erasmus Hoffman, Al Greco, E. Fink, Joseph Powloski, Mary Hamon, Ambrose Coleman, Peggy LeSuer, LYili<-' Hinton, Roy Coleman, Russell Beals, Lawrence Cleary, Raymond Ellison, Frank Couture, Thomas Dolle, Peter Couture, Edward Boyle, L. J. Workman, N. D. Johnson, Allen Mallette, William Gwynn and Francis R. Reding.

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Tacowa Moose Lodge presents in a .complimentary Sunday afternoon concert Bob, .Agnes and Stal:l Kieszling. The theme, Christmas Music in Accordion Land, will present a delightful program, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Moose Temple, 737 Commerce.

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By Commander s. Carta Member Legionaires, don't forget the very important meeting of Parkland Post and Unit Thursday evening, Dec. 9, at 8 c'clock at Sunshine hall. A very cordial invitation is extended the public and Unit members to attend the initiation of new members of Parkland Post No. 228 by a crack 40 et 8 initiation team which puts on a very impressive ceremony. Let's have a large turnout in honor of the new Legionaires. Refreshments will be served after the meeting.

civic affairs. She is a member of the Altrusa club of the Parkland area and is/presently chair~ :man of Unit No. HO, Florists Telegraph Delivery Association of Southwe,st Washington. Mrs. Jacobs opened· her first more beauUful. flower shop in,her home, a:dver. Each change has indicated the tising in the local newspaper. steady growth and advancement ~s her ·business grew, she mov- of the business and each develed to the Parkland Centre build- opment reflects Stella's desire ing in May, 1949, her location to serve her patrons better,. to ,being in. the back , C Street provide for them the advanteorner. In 1951 the shop was ages of constantly improving moved to. the Garfield street florists' methods and accessor. 8pot it has ocpupied until the ies. T)le shop provides a friendly, move now'.being announced. A striking t'lecorative feature .interested service, with daily ,in the new shop is the pool with deliy~ries to downtown hospit11atural. waterfall. The pool 1S · als and funeral homes, artistic , traditional with Stella's Flow- arrangements for all flower ers, with a lovely one in each· needs and an outstanding line location, but this one is even of gifts moderately priced..

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