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Tonight . (Thursday) at 8:15 o'clock in the Franklin Pierce. bigh school cafeteria, the choir and dramatic department of the school will present their Yuletide program. This Christmas presentation will include tableaux .scenes and choral works; also trio and quartet numbers. The program is complimentary to the public and everyone is invited for an evening of delightful Christmas music.

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Friends ()f (Mrs. Robert Donham) . came Up With a ·bright idea' last week! The· Parkland Business . club They would send sniall cash Custom will provide the treat, the Parlt- contributions with their ChristButchering. Curing land Volunteer Fire Department mas cards to her, the money to will decorate the tree on the be µsed for ber baby which is Cutting & Wrapping school grounds and also furni~h due in mid-April. The plan Santa Claus transportation in seems to appeal to people 4c Lb. one. of ,tile. local fire trucks, in ge11eral for .Kittie says. sne Graham 7-7600 'o/hile the Legionnaires will as- has received many cards, a sist in the distri·bution of the goodly number of them with Pi~k Up & Delivery treat and control traffic. money in. the envelopes. All the EN "S The Christmas party is a big money is being carefully saved event to all the boys and gil'ls for the little stranger. PACKING CO. and parents are assured .that Kittie has her o.wn Christmas On Kapowsin Highway all prec!!.Utions are being taken well in hand. She worfred until 1Y2 Mile East of Meridian for their safety. 6 o'c:Iock Tue~~ll,ymorning wr11pping her gi:fts'and all that were to he mailed went to the post office that. day. She is looking forWard to having a gijy]y deC'orated tree and gifts from family and friends. The Turkey House, cafe recently opeµed by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zimmerman at 8416 Pacific avenue, will provide her ,Christmas dinner, AUTOMATIC sure to be a real treat. Speaking of a tasty din11er, DISH WASHER Kittie cooked herself !!. special feast recently when .a 'l,"1.1coma friend sent her a tender,: juicy venison steak. On Tuesday of this w:e~kJ}le photographers and news writers 11230 of GeneralPetroleum Co. were busy .at the foot of Flagpole Pacific Ave. Kittie's pole, preparing a story and pictures for the. national GR 8634 magazine published by the company, which is circulated in all parts of the United States and in other nations where General Petroleum has outlets. The Times-Journal was in error last. week in saying th'lt Kittie received .a Christmas SWEDISH fruitcake from. her .husband's Yule Kakka (Christmas Cake) niother,. 'l:'he cake \Vas prepared Spieed with cardamon and nuta!ld sent fo jler by :Mrs, Lynp meg; rich with fruit and raisins McDonald of .Tacoma, the mothel.' of Roger· McDonald of Poche!, .Distributing Co., the firm•.sponsoring Kittie's try at Christmas Stollen the world record for flagpole Dgliciously spiced; with fruit sitting. and raisins Incidentally, Kittie is now only 35 days short of the recGERMAN ord, and going strong!

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Thanks! Central Avenue P-TA wishes to publicly thank everyone who so generously contributed in time and donations to help mal<"e the s.chool carnival, "A Night at t:he Circus," a success. The carnival committee also wishes r.o express its appreciation for the response. It was not only profitable but lots of fun. New 4-H Club A group of ·boys and girls from Central Avenue school, under the. leadership of R. E. Mayberry. have organized as a 4-H club, to be known as the Summit Stockraisers. As the name implies, members will concentrate on learning to raise hogs, beef and dairy stock. The following officers were elected at a recent meeting: President, Bill Irish; vice president, .Buddy Engstrom; secretary, Peggy Jones; treasurer, Dennis Turp; recorder, Bob Maxfield. The next meeting will be Jan. 14. We are rather proud

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The annual Christmas program of the Collins school will be held in the gym Friday, Dec. 17. An interesting program is being planned with all the students taking part. Mink Minded

We hear that Mrs. Sam Tell. of the group; their recorder man and Mrs. Ken ,Otto are up brought in this notice. to their ears in mink these days, Newcomers Mr. and Mrs. James Lucas working at the Creque Pelting from Tacoma have purchased Plant on Garden Valley road. the Sanborn home near Canyon P-TA Meet Canceled road on 105th St. Mrs. Lucas The regular December meetwill be remembered as Doris ing of Collins P-TA has been Yusko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. canceled because of Christmas Mike Yusko. activities. Christmas Cantata The choir of the Summit The Navy's lawyers handle church has been working hard more than 100,000 cases nnd on the Christmas cantata, "Christmas Bells," which will legal opinions a year. be presented at Grace Methodist church in Tacoma SaturADD A WESTERN day evening, Dec. 18, and at the Summit church Sunday after· GIFT TO SANTA'S noon, Dec. 19, at 5 o'clock. At the 11 o'clock morning PACK FOR THE service Sunday the Mothersingers of Franklin Pierce school HORSE OWNER district will be the guest cho:r. Saddles, Blankets, Bridles Everyone in the community is Spurs, Bits and all Kinds cordially invited to all these of Tack services.

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It seems that marketing is in Tae TIMES - JOURNAL the limelight at all grower meet. ings these days. ~his indioatem that far~ers realize that each commodity produced. must be mark~ted on its mefntsth and ua do this the story o e comBoys or Girls Junior Sizes 20'' & 24" modlty must be placed before T d th' •Witb Proper Ownership ldentifloatlcn CASH the consumer o o 111 cos.,. money and all the produc'!rs or TRADE on of the particular commodity to be fair about should contri9ute America's "SCHWINN" Finest to the cost. Llbe.ral Trado In AllowaoOGI The agricultural producers on New or Rebuilt and farm organizations hope to help themselves establish bett~r market'S through the Introduction at coming legislature an agricultural enabling act that "The Tricycle Doctor'' will set up the working where· ' GRantte 5712 by commodity promotion could , 1/2 Block From P.L.C. be undertaken. The Washington State Apple Commission's activities as" an example as to what can be done by commodity promotion of marketing. At the coming Western Wash• ington Horticultural Ass'n. meeting Jan. 5 - 8 at the Fruitland Grange hall you will have an opportunity to hear Senator Lloyd Andrews of Spokane explain how essential it Is for Washington producers to· support the Agricultural Enabling Act. At Fnitkmd Grange Hall

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~ An.d here you will also find the only radio-active _ ~ hot springs in this district. Plan now to come to /'!>. this famous resort. Write either to "Pappy" Smith, Manager, Diamond S Ranchotel, or Fer~s C. ··Fay, General ManaJ.er, Elkhorn Mining Company, Boulder, Montana, for illustrated folders.


and News Marlene Corrigan GRanlte 8545

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!Mrs. Francis Hushek presided at the last meeting of the Midland Orthopedic Guild. Reports were given on the most successful turkey and salmon dinner held recently and it was reported that the name of Mrs. . John Miller of Golden Given road was accidentally omitted from the list of those assisting and they wish to recognize all the help she gave that evening. There was some talk about the spring plant and rummage sale to be held in May. Instead of exchanging gifts, the members donated money to give to the Firemen's Auxiliary to buy toys for the Christmas baskets they are preparing for needy families of the district. Luncheon hostesses were Mesdames Carl Taylor, Ethel Walker and Elizabeth Johnson. Court of Honor Boy Scout troop No. 84 held their Court of Honor Monday, Dec. 6, at the Scout hall for the Boy Scouts and their parents. Receiving awards were: Star Scout, Gene Marr and BD'bby Irving. These boys are the 3rd and 4th sc0uts in Troop 84 to ever receive this high award. Other awards were: First Class,

Reinicke; Merit Badges, Gene Marr for Cooking; Bobby Irving for Life' Saving and Swimming; Larry Graves for Animal Husbandry. Patrol Leaders were Fred Reinicke, Covered Wagon; assistant, Bob Reinicke; Jim Skog, Owl; assistant, Larry Graves; John Schumacher, Panthers; Ed Ganey, Flying Eagles. Troop Bugler, Bill Lillig. Sam Boone, acting senior patrol leader, presided at a complete initiation ceremony, initiating Jimmy Woolridge into Trqpp 84. Mr. and Mrs. George Owens honored their son, John Sclmmacher, with a birthday cake for all present. A little additional reminder-the Boy Scouts are now on duty selling Christmas trees at the corner of Novotney's Food Store and also at 99th and Portland Avenue, between the Midland Thriftway and the Midland Beauty Parlor. Beaman - Couture The marriage of Miss Shirley Charlene Beaman, daughter of Mrs. James Edward Beaman, and James Norman Couture, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Couture, was solemnized the evening nf December the 3rd in the St. John of the Woods church, with

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One of the greatest festival seasons among Christian people is approaching-Christmas. It is tthie for rejoicing and praising God, c0mmemotating the birth of the Christ child. It is true that we make our li'ving by buying and selling and therefor are most appreciative when you come in .and you can find in our store the furnishings you need. However, we deplore the attempt to commercialize Christmas and Jessen its true meaning in a deluge of expensive presents. Therefore, we are not advertising Christmas specials, nor are we urging you to purchase expensive gifts. Rather, we ask you to join us th.is Christmas in a prayer that God will guide the Christian nations toward peace and brotherhood among all men. Sincerely,

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GRanlte 6466 I n Florida Arthur Locke, formerly of Spanaway, is spending the winter in Florida. Golden Wedding William Locke and Mrs. Mary Mounton attended the golden wedding party of Mr. and Mrs. John Tallstrom at Roy recently. Mr. Locke was one of the guests at the wedding 50 years ago. Recovering Mrs. Frank Stroncek of Roberts road is now home from the hospital recovering from a serious operation. She is now able to ·see her many friends. "hh· d · W e w1s er a spee y recovery. Se.cret Pal Club The Spana way Secret Pal cl.ib enjoyed the annual Ch 'st . r\ mas party at La Pergola recen.ly. A gift: eJi;change highlighted the evening. Present were Me~dames Harry White, Don McLellan, ·.Ted · O'Neil Sr., Bob Steidel. Sr., Beulah Ballard, Louis Symmons, Emerson Tarpenning, Robert Rhone, Edward Flannery, Oliver Omat, George Stephenson, Jack Henricksen a,nd Robert McCullough. Kiddies Party All children.of pre-school age are cordially invited to the Christma.s. party which Spanaway Preschool is sponsoring in the school gymnasium Friday, Dec. 17, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Santa will be there wi.th a gift for every. child and there will be

games and refreshments for all. For fu~ther lnformation, call Mrs. Phll Zurfluh, GR 6895. P-TA Meeting Monday The regular monthly meeting of Spanaway P-TA is 'let ~or Monday, Dec. _20, .at 8 p.m. m the school auditormm, Mrs. Kenneth Reeves presiding. After a very brief business session, the Spanaway school Christmas program will be p:i:esented. Refreshments will be served :by the 3rd grade mothers.

Shower A pink and blue shower was given Dec. 8 for Mrs. Robert McKinnell at the home of Mrs. John Iverson with Mrs. Kenneth Reeves as co-hostess. Home From Oregon C 11 d t W t t o re. 1u t ae o mp~, k b th· · ·11 r wee . Y ~ ser10us J ness o. her . father, Mrs. Luther McA~mch returned home accompamed by her nephew and fam. M d M R 1h c l 11y, r. an . rs. aP ubertson and children, who were guests _fo~ the weekend. Mrs. McAnmch s. father ls reported somewhat improved.

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