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WED. DEC. 22ND 1954 - VOL. NO. 15

At the request of the editor of the TIMES-JOURNAL, it hPcomes a great pleasure again for me to greet all the readers with a very sincere' benediction in the name of Him \IV'hose birthday we celebrate on December 25. Christmas is not a time in which we take a stand for or aicainst Santa Claus. Il has been said that, "Santa Claus ..is a. h!ghly controversial character." Another very devout \vritcr s:.a'.cs that, "There are efforts abroad to impeach Santa Claus," Rnd that "The presently ruling office holder should be removed from office is not contested 'by thinking Christians." Many other wise devout Christians regard Santa Claus as an old fellow · who is quite harmless. The matter of great importance is to examine ourselves and to see whether or not we have drifted

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Let _all of us this month be in quietness as we salute the coming of the Christ on the world's greatest day. If our joy is to continue,. it must grow a litlle each year, or like l:he tree that stops growing, it will be dead. Let no one substitute egg-nogs or Scotch for the beautiful spirit of Christmas. We send to every person reading these words the greetin~s of peace on earth and goodwill among men. Such people will be in a state of friendship with God. Such a peace cannot be .taken from us. vVhether we receive his gifts or little gifts, may our souls be prepared to receive the greatest gift-Christ Himself. May He be pleased and permitted to remain in our hearts always. Christ is the reason for Christmas; may He be our joy forever.

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'All previous broken Saturday when approximately 1000 youngsters of the community turned out for the ED MAREK annual Christmas party. In spite F"1·mer11 Mutual of Enumclaw of the dense fog, kids by the PIRE · AlflO hundreds swarmed into the . Parkland Theater for the fine given free by the theater management, then across the street to the Parkland school grounds for the REMAIN OPEN treat. ·

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One of the highlights of the rrew Pacific Avenue South Lions Club Charter Night held at the Country House on Monday, Decemebr 13, 1954 was the acceptance of the charter. In the picture above International Councellor Lion Pete Peterson hands the rlew club president Lion Herb Horner the charter with wishes of good luck at the new post. Photo by Mcf<ewen

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Pacific Lutheran College of Parkland and the College of Puget Sound, Tac:oma,. are slated to share in the aid·toeducation program detailed below. With $5,000 all.ocatec;I to 10. designated non-taxsupportec;I colleges ani! universities in the state of Washington, it would appear that the local schools would each

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books to read-ISAIAI~, MICAH, .and the GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. LUKE. Thqse who experience that the evening-time of life is settling down upon tllem may find in Jesus of Nazareth, born in Bethlehem, the answer to all the prophecies. With a background of such great doctrines, hope will burst into a bright flame, and the al'\gels will echo in the hearts of faith. L<~t this steady flame contini'ie in our lives. There is enocigh of tru;h in t:hese old books to k~cp the world warm. We will keep otir share. only if we look fn the right place for it. Let everyone searching for the true spirit of Christmas sit in quietness and let the ancient hope glow again in their thoughts.

far from the true spirit of observance of the feast of the Nativity of Jesus, our Redeemer. There are secularly minded people who are so ignorant of the meaning of Christmas that they think religion is intruding and getting mixed up in "the Christian racket." Those who are older are inclined to become cynical about present-day practices. It i,3 difficult for those who grow older to retain tho .simplicity of youth-to recapture the impossH>ly w011derful spirit of the Christmas of their childhood. For such it is important to look after the brightness of Christmas as it was in youth and not to be overcome by the hardening of the arteries. It is easy to understand that the gleaming lights on the Christm.as tree cannot be' as t'~rilling at 50 or 60 or 80 as they were when they were first seen in childhood. For pec.ple who have been in the business •world, the vake of Christmas presents is computed by the cost mark rather than by the priceless .loveliness of one good giver to another. It is ·well that we keep in mind that though the joy of receiving m'ly ncl be as great as it once was, we may still have as much joy in giving to others as we ever had. To those who are of mature aml sobcer adulthood, there is something to take the place of t!F' matc!"ial giving and receiving of youth-namely, a sense of the g1·or:tnc;,s of God's gift, as Christmas's add up each year. T :· c)W, how may we get ready for Christmas? There are old

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judges had a hard time deciding just which colored picture was the most appealing. The contest closed Wednesday evening, Dec. 15, and the judges were still considering the merits of the Entries on Friday. Finally, however, the winners wer picked, as follows: Daniel Knutson, five years old, of 12506 A street, won the cowboy boots offered by Soine's Parkland Shoe Store; Connie Gullstad, nine, 871 South 119th street, western shirt from Madden's Men's Shop; Connie Jamison, eight, 902 South 112th street, five gallons of ice cream from Patty Ann Bakery; Charlotte Iverson, eight, nt. 3, Box 796, Tacoma, Basketball and hoop set from Casey's Hardware; Felody Johnson, Rt. .:!, Box 791, Tacoma, full box of candy bars from Rusler's Market; Connie Jamison, eight 902 South 112th street, five-pound box of chocolates from Poche! Distributing Co.; Richard Mundell, six, 1312 South 108th street, the pair of roller skat.es from Brookdale Motor Co.; Norman Patton, twelve, Rt. 1, Box 164, Spanaway, · Knight's official ping-pong set from Garfield Variety Store; Melody Johnson, 10, Rt. 3, Box 791, Tacoma, Joan Marie sweater from Laurinat's Apparel; Mark Johnson, six, Rt. 3, Box 791, ATF Home Hobby wood burning set from Parkland Western Auto.

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All Our :· •• with . ~ Are you looking for a home trymen were busy keeping track partment of Agriculture recipe ~ · «' ~ Friends & Customers ~ for five one pound loaves of lie' i ft HD D ~ ~ .in tl1e country? If the answ~r of their poultry chore time dur\j' ~ ~ Ir L ~ IHI ft liJ ~ is yes then your objective is the ing this month. This is part of fruit cake. ~ .. ~ tl1'. POINSETTIAS, POTTED J~ same as expressed by a large a labor study conducted by our Ingredients: PLANTS & CUT FLOWERS ~ percentage of the callers at tne office. Purpose of thc study is STEW A R.T ~ ·' .. , n r •. . . A Beautiful Line of Christmas ~\ count.y agents. office" at 501 to try to find ways to care for 1 pound prunes, ~ ~· · ~ Decorations & Certter Pieces i!j. Court House, Tacoma. ;::.ome are the birds in less time. On some 1 pound seedless raisins, Country Lane HAY & GRAIN ?'. .. , 1 !ii v 4:-;f;l.. ~f Holly wreaths, Holly & i intcreslecl in. 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Reading· from left to right are Don Beardsley, Carol Streater, Sharon Hodgert and Anne Boyd, ger>eral chairman for the TERO Madigan Army Hospltal Christmas Party held on December 20.

In this gay Christmas time, let us all pause to consider that first Christmas when the world received its greatest gift. Let us reverently bow our heads in fellowship with Christian peoples of all lands and all races and join in. a prayer for a world-wide fulfillment of the song of the Heavenly Host on Christmas eve. nearly two thousand years ago, 11 Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men.' 1

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Tacoma's Telephone Employees' Recreational Organization each year go out to Madigan Army Hospital to help bring the Christmas spirit to patients. This year over 70 telephone men and women were on hand to serve refreshments, play earcls with tl1c patients and join in community singing of Christmas carols led 'by the Telephone Belles singing chorus. Wives of the Telephone Pioneers Association handled kitchen arrangements. Dozens of homemade cakes and cookies, pounds of candy and coffee, nuts and fruit were donated by people from all departments and over $50.00 was collected for gifts and magazine subscriptions for the hospital. Individual gifts were given to each patient.

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In order to familiarize veterans with job opportunities in Federal service and their many other benefits, a Federal employment clinic will be held in ten Washington cities beginning on January 17, in Seattle. Tnc following cities have been chosen as the meeting place for the varfous parts of the State: /Seattle, Tacoma, Bremerton, Bellingham, Port Angeles, Aberdeen, Vancouver, Spokane, Walla Walla and Yakima. This .announcement was made today by the U. S. Civil Service Commission in cooperation with the various Veterans organizations as well as Federal and State agencies. Two meetings will be lleld in each of the cities, a technical meeting in the afternoon particularly for service officers and personnel officers of Fed€ral, State and private industries, and an open meeting in the evening to. which all Veterans will be invited. The holding of these clinics marks the second in the series of such meetings. 'l'he first was held last .spring ag a part of the U. S. Civil Service Commission's expanded program for counseling veterans. George A. Feid, Regional Veterans Federal Employment representative, will head the clinic. He wil ladvise on job opportunities, examinations, qualifications, etc., as well as rights and benefits of veterans' preference in Federal employment. Service officers, employment chairmen and other interested officers of veterans' organizations are particularly invited to attend, so that they may in turn assist their n:iembership. Information will also be given by representatives of the Contact and Training sections of the Veterans Administration, the Bureau of Veterans' Reemployment Rights and the Veterans Employment H.epresentative of the U.S. Department of Labor, rep. rcsentativcs of the State Employment Service, the Bureau of Apprenticeship, Veteran's R.:.habilitation Council, repl'esentatives of the Governor's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handic1pped and others. There will also be an open evening meeting which, it is hoped, will be sponsored jointly by all veterans' organizations in the city, at which time discussion of veterans' benefits will be held and questions answered. This will permit those who cannot attend the afternoon meeting to become informed and have their specific quesiions answered. 0

Christmas Programs On Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m. the Graham Sunday school held its Christmas program. The Graham church will have candle light services at midnight. On Dec. 24. Everyone is invited. Sewing Club On Sunday, Dec. 12, 22 members of the Kirby Sewing club gathered at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. W. McGee for a housewarming. A gift was presented to the couple. Motycake Guild The Motycak Guild met at the home of Mrs. George Storrar with Mrs. Scott Martin as cohostess. After the lovely luncheon the meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Lawrence Anderson. A Christmas package exchange was enjoyed at the close of the meeting. Home Again 'Mrs. Nora Funk arrived home Wednesday from Camden, Ohio, where she has been for several years. Past Noble Grands The Kapowsin Past Noble Grands club met at the home of Mrs. Albert Nelson Monday evening, Dec. 13. Improving Everyone is glad to hear that Mrs. Raymond Martin is able to be home after an operation. · Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hanson of Tacoma visited the Albert Nelsons Friday.

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The annual election of officers was an important feature of F-ive men residing in Times- the Dec. 2 business meeting of Journal territory were included the Parkland Volunteer Fire DeEDIToR'S NOTE - All prnperll' in the group who enlisted in the partment. Officers chosen are: 5igned. Letters to the Editor wilt be President, John Curtis; vice printed as submitted, excepting del&!o U.S. Navy during November. tiona of portions which might be con,. They are Clarence A. Bran- president, Clay Bain; secretary- sidered libelous. 11 is not the purp~se treasurer, Joe Anderson; historof the Time&•.J ournal Co take sides ia steitter, Rt. 7, Box 76, Tacoma; controversml questions; the Letter boa: David L. Butler, 10612 South ian, D. Gooch; trusteee, Bud is designed merely to permit the e"" pression of opinions of r\!aders conLarson; relief and compensation, D St.; Donald I. Burrington and cerning matters of local int~t. Richard W. Field, both of Span- Bill Vanek. away, and Herbert · Mascher, Firemen have recently re9814 Golden Given road. sponded to several fire calls ihvolving overheated or defective -·~---··· ~---- ----oil stoves. m .. m Ill UPHOLSTEIHNG Extreme caution is urged durRecovering and RebulldiDg Our football boys deeply aping the holiday season lest Cuehlone Rebuilt preciated all the worl' everyone tragedy be an unwelcomed guest Free E11tlmatelll went to for the football banquet, at the Christmas celebration. FURNITURE held December 2, at the Top of AND RUG CLEANING the Ocean. After watching John PARKLAND u p H 0 L a T E ft y Sgt. Ronald D. Storaasli, Rt. Jay, the magician, we will prob'"l 12814 Paoll'lc Avenue 3, Box 813-B, Tacoma, was ably have many budding magicGR 3201 Res. 3181 aboard the USNS Gen. William ians in our midst. Weigel, arl'iving from the Far We wish to express our ~~~~.l}~l;\i;!$\~1--East at the Seattle Port of Em- thanks to all who helped make barkation last week. the occasion such a success, particularly the following:

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Pacific Telephone's Yuletide presentation to. televiewers was be two of the world's best loved Christmas stories, "The Nativity" and "The Night Before Christmas." The program was entieled "The Spirit of Christmas" and replaced Pacific Telephone's regular TV show, "This Is Your Music." Locally, the holiday show was on December19. "This Is Your Music" will be back next week. The two stories were dramatized by a group famed for religious television creations, the Mabel Beaton Marionettes. Although there have been many versions written of each, both stories are prepared from the original works. The "Nativity", which is the story of the birth of· Christ, ·is adapted directly from the Gospels of St. Luke and St. Matthew. The Marionettes enlightened the television screen with a lively portrayal of "The Night Before Christmas." The wellmcmorized rhyme by Dr. Clement Clark Moore was brought to puppet-life, depicting a jolly old St. Nick and his eight lively reinde~r. With these two stories Pacific Telephone combined the season spirit of fun and good will with the television presentation of "The Spirit of Christmas."

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were suggested by the Lea<lers' Council executiv.e officers in their recent meeting. Attending were Ross LeMaster, presiding, Mrs. Kittinger. Mrs. Corbin and Mrs. Hardisty. -George Purcell State 4-H Leader Training Conference The following schrdule of 4-H Conference at Yakima next "" activities was issued this week by County Extension Agent spring for one week is a good George Purcell. school for all leaders if you have time to get away. Free meals Leader~ Council and and free housing is usual setup. ~~~~ Senior 4-H Meeting Information regrtrding next Also possibly free transporta-George Purcell meeting will be published later. tion. None in December. County 4-H Camp Recently Ross LeMaster and 4-H Leader Training I attended the Millersylvania District Meetings !Meetings will be ~cheduled by Youth Camp Association meetagents starting in February. ing down near Olympia. This Perhaps leaders in each district camp is for all Pierce County could arrange an agreeable lo- 4-H'ers. 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(6) Plans for events MODERN PRINTS Radios ell. TV 8etia start with "A" Unit. Youngsters outside of county-helps satisfy &Roadway 4327 Equipped to Repair may take more than one Unit curiosity and desire for advenPICTURE TUBES 2046 6th Avenue J Creations of the prim and proper Victorian era were the ruffled per year if they are capable. You ture. -George Purcell nightdress and linoieum which electrified homemakers of that day as · may want to examine the availNOTE:· Leaders Council - - - - - .- . - - - - - - - .- an amazing new covering' for wood kitchen floors. Here. are 1954's up-toEd Weiss able material to determine Meeting at Thrift, January 5. ~.. ' " . ' " ' · · · ·4date versions to capture a young girl's fancy with colorful fashion and. FERN HILL METHODIST CHURCH GR 4Q8 233 Garfield St. which best suits the needs of ;;. MIJllll...~~ ..-J...-...,, appeal to a mother's practical viewpoint. 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Ambulance Fund checks in the amount of $76.00, plus three tires and tubes. This was brought about by popular subscription as adver. tised in the Times~Journal, to be matched by this office, dollar for dollar. · Contributions were made as following self explanatory \Vas sent to the Spanaway follows: Vultmteer 1'-,ire department this Cash: by James .R. Loring, local Newberry's Dozer Service $5.00 Ira Lecgard ........................$5.00 estate 1nan. Clover Creek American 12609 Pacific Ave. Legion Aux. Unit 118, Parkland, Wash. Spanaway ..........................$5.00 December 15, 1954 'panaway Vohmteer Fire Dept. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Cooley $1 00 Mrs. Blanche Redeske ........ $1.vO '.:,ianaway, Wash. Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Wormald $1.00 Sirs: Mr. and Mrs. Lauren James R. Loring, Real Estate, D. Hiltbruner ..................$1.00 staff, take great pleasin handing the Spanaway Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Hart ............................$1.00 AL'S HEATING CO. I Total Cash ....................$20.00

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BRICK WORK - House level ing and foundations, retaining walls, sidewalk and patios, fire. place and stone work. GR 4291 evenings. Hett

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BALLROOM CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS: Mildred Keller studio, GR 788'.l; ballroom teacher, Betty Lou Perkins, LA FOR SALE -·c S1egJe1 heaten 7292. 15ctf at Parkland Fuel Oil Service, GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. HOME OF FISHERS QU AL· 15ctf ITY FEEDS; Highland Feed FOR A BETTER DEAL in new Mills, 96th & Portland Ave., 15ctf or used huilding material, call GR 8585. White Ball Lumbrr Co. & SPECIAL ORDER CAKES buildin12: wreckers, Airport Rd. GR 3330, Patty Ann at Portland Avenue; GR 8!191. Phone. Bakery. 15ctf 15ctf PIAI'\O LESSONS -- Classic & FOR GROUND or WHOLE popular; beginne;·s and ad- GRAINS, see Highland Feed Mills, 96th & Portland Ave. vanced; 114 East 65th. St. 15ctf 15pl6 GR 8585.

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May your Christmas be bright with all the wonderful things you have ever hoped for.

Call Your Parkland Representative • RAY STEICHEN Dacy BR 3186. Nlte HI 7667

WE MOVE .THE EARTH - McKinley Hill Realty Crane service; power ditching: sewers; septic ,tanks; top soil: 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 9S79 e:ireavating; rock work; land· Member of :Scape engineering. S·EAMAN. 'J'flcorna Real Estate Boat'<i :MAVES & SEAMAN; Graham '7-.7482 extended service. 3ctf FOR SALE Drive to 859.So. 112th St.; come in and see an attractive Jloor plan; 2 bedReliable Oil Bumer rooms, Coleman floor furnace, Service Co. hardwood floors, cupboards Cleaning, repairing furnace'.! aplenty . Will G.I., FHA or Stokers·. Oil Heate1·s . owner's equity at 4%: Phone 24~Hour Service GR 4812 or HA 9234. 9cl5! Reasonab1e Rates FOR SALE - Business properG Rariite 6033 ty, 96th & Pacific Ave., 300DAVE'S FIX-IT SHOP- "<We foot frontage on Pacific; see Try to Fix Anything''; under owner, 1802 So. 96th St. 9ctf new management; Saw filing, Jennie L. Grodvig all edge tools; retoothing, gum· ming; lawnmower sharpening: Parkland Realty Co. bicycles bought and sold; A. Insurance of All· Kinds J. Phelps, D. M. Bond; 8410 Notary Public Pacific Ave., HA 2001, Rt>s., Est. in Parkland Since 1941 H1 2774. 3cl6 GR 8609 CANYON ROAD GRAVEL; top 208 Garfield Street soil; you haul, we haul; land· scaping; terms; Ray Gogan, "Deal with the people who give GR 3127. 3ctf you their personal attention." R()TOVATIN~.50 an hour, EVENTUALLY $-~ 00 minimum; H. L, Worley, ·GR. 6297. . . . . ·.... ·····.•. . 3ctf WHY NOT NOW?

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WANTED - CWckens and rab bits. Call us before you sell. Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 Pacific Ave,, Tacoma, Wash. !IA 4400. 15ct! FOR SALE - Fox pens; heavv wire, for chickens, turkeys, etc., $6 each; Rt. 7, Box 608, Waller Rd. near Clover Creek; GR 8242 evenings. 15ctf

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CASH for milk cows, bee! DRY WOOD, 2 cords $22; GR I heifers, veal and hogs. Call R 3306. 15ctf I Thackeray coilect, Puyalhw - - - - ---. 5·5414. 16ct1 PA~'?AKEET. BREEDERS $10 a J. , pair:. phone GR 4926. 15ctf WELL DRILUNG.

boys at Rainier school at Buckley were gathered together at the last meeting of the Friendship club at the home of Mrs. Charles Colyear on Portland avenue. The club members decided to bring stamped articles to the next meeting to send to the school and this meeting will be the second Tuesday of January at the home of Mrs. Emil Nouguier. Those present at the December meeting were Mes.· dames Floyd Jensen, Fred Dimond, Walter Corrigan, Lawrence Cleary, Emil Nouguier, Herbert Piper and Peter Tef-

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The Parents Planning Committee meeting of Cub Scout Pack 84 was held at the Boy Scout's hall in Midland Fridc.y evening. Election of officers was held as follows: Chairman, Harold Sherry; assistant chairman, James Bench, Cub Master, Frank Gural; assistant Cub Master, Emery Smith; secre· tary, Burton Tweed; treasurer, Clyde Spencer; committeemen, Charles Spragg, Karl Ottman, James Absten, Claude Blessing, John Grashius and Volmer Anderson. The December Pack meeting will be held at the Mid· land Community club hall Wed· nesday evening, Dec. 29, at 8:00 p.m. Parents, come! Visitors Mrs. Ida Hagstrom and daugh. ter Naomi of Wilton, North Da. kota, came Friday to the home of Mrs. Hagstrom's daughter, Mrs. Ingrid Huber of 10418 East Taylor street. The North Da· kotans will make ·an· extended visit here. Gifts For School Christmas gifts for the older

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CERAMIC SUPPLIES.,._.. New pourings, many originals; 811 North Fife St., .BR 0923. 15ctf

Ui-lNCH UPLAND SLAB; 2cord load $16; sawdust $11 per load; Black Prince stoker coal $16.30; lump and ·range coal $12.70; also 3-room house for rent; .GR 6520. 15ctf

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Wednesday, Dec. 22, 1954

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Hi ... and a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS to every Franklin Pierce parent, teacher and child! Well, here we are again with views, news and Hi-Booster Bits . . . but no December invitation this time to a meeting. They just 'ain't none! But Christmas is here and that's the best news ever . . . 'specially when you think about your kids 'n Christmas gifts, 'n things. Let's do just that, shall we? . lVIm . . . the things . . . bring to mind the wonderful happenings up there at the high scho~-1 ... like_ basketball -~pe

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you saw the first two league games) . . . they were "out o! this world" 'cause F. P. won. 'n by the way, one of the teachers stopped me up there today and asked that I sort of let everyone know that there is a League Sportsmanship trophy, and that it is not just our kids who can help win it ... nope ... teachers and parents are in this, too. You see, there's judges at every game and it's this writer's guess that the F. P. students could win it ... if you don't let 'em down by your actions. Don't you dare! Speaking of actions . . . did you know just how much worthwhile action . . . academic and OTHERWISE ... is. carried on in your high school ... bet you haven't taken time to find out. 'n that's too bad, too ... 'cause there's more interest and verve sparking up there than you'd imagine . . . f'rinstance . . . . there's the GAA 'n the Hi-Y and Key Club (service clubs for boys) 'n the Y-Teens and TaWanKa (service clubs for girls) 'n the Pep Club . . . 'n Photography Club . . . Rifie

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