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Girl Scouts Complete Fine Xmas Project

The first baby born in the Parkland community after midnight Dec. 31 will certllil!.l:i:~'Ltiea lucky boy or girl The annual ParklandB!j,}jY P~:rby; sponsored by the .Times-Journal and busineas:fi:i:ms. of .the area offers a wealth of prizes ;for the babyiJ1§WComer and

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the parents: The Derby is a veryinform,al contest-no entry blanks tq fill out, no .calls to make. The only requirement is that the family are oona fide residents of the Parkland district defin.ed for this contest as from. South 96th street to South l42nd street and from Golden Given road . to McChord Air Force Base..The first "blessed event'' in this area hits the

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TWAS THE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS Shown above is the charming doll house which Girl Scout troop No. 39 completed as its Christmas project and presented Friday, ·Dec. 24, to the children of .the Cushman hospital in Tacoma. Shown, left to right, are Patty Halverson, Raylene Fezler, Karen Mai land, Judy Smith, Lynn Clark, Mary Brewer, Kathleen Taylor and Sharon Sears. Other members of the troop unable to make the trip to the hospital are Joanne Atwood, Donna Gorum, Shirley Roufs, Lynn Ryl,er and Merry Meek. Mrs. George B.rewer is the leader, Mrs. Clarence Taylor the assistant. leader. .,-Photo by McKewen

Mass Meeeing ·C~Hed On New Parkland Pa Oa Site

Flagpole Kiltie_ L2cks 22 Days With interest on the location of Parkland's new post off.ice providing the No. 1 subject of conversation Of World Record in the community these days, the Parkland Business

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Just 22 days more and FfagClub has arranged a mass meeting tonight (Thurs- pole Kittie (Mrs. Robert Donday) at 7 :30 at the grade school. Howie Snowden, ham) will have: broken the

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Business club president, who will preside, states that the pur. INSURANCE CLAY ROLEY AGENCY pose of the mass meeting is to permit full and free discussion i!SU• and PorUand Avenue of the matter before any deciGR. 8501 sive action is taken. Present at the meetin will ED MAREK be Tacoma Postmaster Jernon Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw Utzinger and representatives of , FIRB • AU'.!'O the Pierce County commission12,909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 ers the County Planning Commission and the Post Office Department, all ready to answer ·Custom any questions which may bP . . llh1tcherin9. Curing asked. It 1s. hoped th~t this mass Cutting & Wrapping ~eetmg will :esult m presentmg a clearer picture of the proo· 4c Lb. !cm to all who will be affected by the final decision. Graham ?-7600

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youn. May the high hc.pes witji which you greet him be richly fulfilled by. his perfQrmance. And when, in his turn, he bows off the scene, may his memory fong be cherished as one ·of

A worthw.hile Christma~ proj• ect which has occupied G;rl Scouts of Parkland. troop Ko. 39 for several. weeks .has.··· be·en brought to a successful conclu. sion, to the great satisfaction of .. the girls and their leaders and tµ~ delight of many small patients at Cushman. hospital .rn 11302 Pacific Ave. Tacoma. The. project was a. beautiful GR 3624 .. GR 3536 doll house, COJ11plr>tely furnished, charmingly decora.ted and inhabited by a delightfuUamily Don't wait till the last day; of dolls. The. doll house was come In or cal.I for an constructed by Clarence Taylor, appointment. husband of the assistant l~ad11r, at the f'uget Sound Manufacturing Co. in Tacoma, where ]le is employed, . then turned ()Ver to the girls to dee.orate .and furnii;h,.Each of•th~ girls bought< and dressed a small doll to "live" in. the doll house. Onthc day before .Christmas · · eight memocrs of the troop, (Continued on Page 8)

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sidered the popular choice, was not acceptable to the Pi.erce County Planning Commission because of lack of space for customer parking. The Planning Commission, represented by Director M. G. Poole, stress. ed the nee~ for more ~ff-tl~e­ street parkmg than tlus site "".ould ~fford. John Van Busk1rk regional real proper.ty manager for the . Post Office Department: predicted that th.e new post of£1~e would be bmlt on the Garfield and C Sts. tract, with a fenced-off parking lot for trucks only in the rear.

world's record for flagpole sitting. Noon on Jan. 20 marks the present record of 152 daysanything oeyond that will set a new world's record.Kittie states that she is in perfect health and fine spirits and fully intends to set a new record that will be mighty hard for anyone else to oreak. In view of the f<:\ct that Mrs. Donham is expecting a oaoy the middle of April, it is rather unlikely that there will enr (Continued on Page 8)

At the regular monthly meeting of the Pacific Avenue So. Lions Club held on Monday night December 27th, it was announced that they were sponsoring a basketball team in the Tacoma Boys Senior League. To be eligible for this league ooys cannot tie playing on any ·school varsity team .. The Lions squad is being coached oy Lion Jim Nylander who expressed the wish that peo·p~e in the 11rea attend the games to root for the home team. Schedule will be announced later.

Mr. Lyle Lathrop. I D officer for the Pierce County Sheriff department and formerly of the King County Sheriffs department gave an interesting talk and showed slides of the functions of his office which was very much enjoyed by the whole group.

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A second suitable tract of land available ·for the post office is directly across Park avenue from Pacific Lutheran college and also on Garfield street. These lots arc owned by Mrs. Lois Cogdill of Tillicum. The law provides that there must tie at least two locations for competitive bids for a post office building. On Tuesday, Dec. 21, Pierce <Continued on Page 8)

Jackpot o~ J:irjze~;. in case of twins;. eac]l' b<:\IJYr'\.Vins. The Timell"ifolirn<:\l staff wtll be in consta111:itolich vvith hos. pitals of 'l'aeoll)a.' apa f'uyallup, and Madig!l;n; an.d .McChod, until the' fi~sfeligible oaoy fa born. The;i th!.)" .;participating Baby Der.oy $Jl!)rlsors will i:le notified and s11ch gifts as ap• propriate to.thafea'.rly date will be deliverer1}mmedi~tely, Other gifts mity be '(!l1iil:rJecj oy the ,parents, of the 1 iitt1e winner at t11eir convenience. There i~ tihv?-# a possibiHty that a oaby.•m!ght be born.to a Park\an,d ·•coup'"·. in some .other ()OnunUJ.'!itY a..,.,, the event thuP escape the notice of the TimesJournal personnel. Anyone know ing of such a situation is urg"d to call the Times"Journal office. immediately before some 0th.er child, oorn at a later·hour, could oe announced as t}\e winner. The name of the 1955 Baby Deroy winner will be announced in the Jan. 6 Times-Journal. As the contest will undoubtedly be decided long before that date, '

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stationed at San Diego, and Billie Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Daniels, who have recently moved to )!;atonville. She is in the Air Force, stationed near San Antonio, Te:'as. To Seattle Mrs. Alma Smith spent the past week visiting her nephew and family, the Everett Horners, in Seattle. Home Burns The Summit-Woodland-Collins fire department was called to the home of W. F. Weatherby on the Carlson road recently, ar· riving to late to save the house which burned to the ground. The damage is estimated at $8,000. Carlson road is belween Waller road and Vickery road. Visitors Mrs. T. 0. Rockstad and family from Spokane are holiday guests at the, home of her mother, Mrs. Alice Iverson, at Knaipp and Central Ave.

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A lovely wedding in white and The Elmer G. Carlson Or:thoblue motif united Miss Sally pedic Guild will meet at the Colleen Alstead, daughter of home of Mrs. J. W. Odey at 2219 Mr. and Mrs. Glen T. Alstead East 112th St. Monday, Jan. 3, Sr., and James V. Spezia, son for 12:30 lunch followed by tne of Mr. and Mrs. James Spezia, regular monthly meeting. Lean Boneless Sr. Baskets of white stock inSilver Tea terspersed with silver foliage Mrs. Emil Beyer and daughbanked the altar of the Hope ter, Mrs. Wesley Tissott, are Lutheran church Sunday, Dec. giving a silver tea Saturday, 19. Mr. Alstead gave his daughJan. 8, from 1 o'clock into the ter in marriage and escorted evening for the Woman's Socher down the aisle outlined with iety of Christian Service of the .. m .. white satin bows and blue tapSummit Methodist church. All ern. The Rev. Robert Lutnes ==a ladies of the Summit-Midland read the double l'ing ceremo!1y. SIRLOIN STEAK • • • • Db. 49c = district are cordially invited to The bride was beautiful in her GROUND ROUND • • lb. 49c ==: at~end. Come a_nd meet yo~r neighbors and friends. Mrs. T1sgown of Chantilly lace and SUCED BACON. no end cuts lb. 49c = sott's home is at 9616 Golden frothy tulle over taffeta. The lace bodice featured a turnedFRANKS 39 :==: Given road. · & "' • • · • • C § The Woman's Society will also up collar and long sleeves. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was BEEF STEW, lean boneless lb. 45c ~ furnish cake, cookies, pies, canheld in place with a tiny pearl LUNCH MEATS ~ dy and fresh fruit for the New trimmed satin cap and she car• • • E25 Year's party at the Tacoma ried a white orchid surrounded BOLOGNA RINGS • • • • Council of Churches center at by white stephanotis. noT ROAST 'b !t.. === 9th and Pacific Ave. Any perMn. Albert N. N,elson 8 • T • • • • • iii 1 C ~ son wishing to help out on this Matron of honor for her sister Graham 7·7640 We Retail At Wholooale Prices worthy cause is asked to call was Mrs. Richard Campbell and OPEN WED., THURS., FRI. ~ GR 8476 Friday and Miss Leona Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McGee her frock of light 'blue taffeta Hinkley will call and pick up spent Christmas eve at the home was comP'lemented by her colGR your donation. or their daughter and family, onial bouquet of white and blue the Ken Whitons of Tacoma. carnations and silver leaves. Visitors Bridesmaids were the Misses Home for Holidays Lester Hartley and daughter Walter McGee, a student at Patricia Harrington, Nadine Marie of Cheney, Wash., were weekend visitors at the Ashlt!y St. Edward's Seminary at Ker:- Andreason, Barbara Gelstin and more, Wash., is spending the Sydney Alstead, another sister - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • Butler home. Christmas vacation with his par- of the bride. Their gowns of a Home for Holidays To all our wonderful friends little darker shade of blue were Among our young people home ents here. and patrons • • • we wish a Many Visit Rest Home fashioned identical to that of for the holidays were Owen Many organizations of the the matron of honor, and they Carlson from the University of happy and prosperous New Washington, Norris (Tad) Guy Graham conununity have visited also carried colonial bouquets. Year, filled with the blessings from Washington State colllege the McGee Rest Home to spread Leslee Campbell, flower girl at Pullman, Marilyn McMillian Christmas cheer among the pa- and niece of the bride, scatterof warmth and good cheer. ed rose petals down the aisle from Whitman; also two who tients there. •••• ...., 'l.'.f"""" Happy New Year everyone! On Friday, Dec. 24, the and her dainty dress was styled are in the service: Terry Irish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Grandmothers,'. Sunshine club of blue net and taffeta. GEORGE and DUANNE James Nelson served as best Irish, who is in t.':ie Navy and went in a group to entertain the patients. The Grandmothers man and the ushers were Willis 5303 East 112th served cookies and coffee and Peacock, Clark Duvall, William distributed gifts to all. Connors and Glen Alstead, Jr. HAPPY (Airport&. Canyon Rd.} On Sunday the Benston ComDale Bailey sang "Because" and NEW YEAR GR 4555 munity church presented two -"The Lord's Prayer" and was Hours: 8 a.m. Ull 6 p.m. acts of a Christmas play and accompanied by Mrs. Calma Weekdays gave a picture to the rest home. Nelson on ihe organ. UMMIT LUMBER? Sun.: 1 p.m. till 3 p.m. One block North Airport The Elk Plain grade school Mrs. Alstead wore a gown of Road on Canyon Road ROW.ARE COfv\PANY sent its 60-voice children's dusty rose faille with a matcbPhone GR 8209 chorus to sing Christmas ing sequinned hat and the carols and give amusing skits bridegroom's mother chose beige faille trimmed in blaclc velvet and a beige hat. 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for the rest home patients. The children also distributed magazines to the patients. The 4-H Farmerettes Graham <presented each patient with a box of Christmas cookies. IQn behalf of themselves and their guests at the home, Mr, and Mrs. McGee wish to thank each and every one who so generously shared Christmas ivY with all those staying at the home. Rebekahs to Install On Jan. 4 at 8 p.m. the regular meeting of the Kapowsin Rebekah lodge will be held. After the lodge meeting an open installation of officers will be held, to which the general public is cordially invited. Officers to be installed include the foHowing: Noble grand, Thelma Fairbanks; vice grand, Beth Korman; recording secretary, Mildred Van Horn; financial secretary, Ellen Lorenz; treasurer, Willow Boullion. The appointive officers w!ll also be installed at this time. Christmas Party On Christmas eve Mrs. Carl Casperson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Art Baydo and daughter of Puyallup, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweeney and daughter of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Tinius, and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Matchett and daughters, Perry Casperson, Mr. and Mrs. Art Casperson and Mrs. E. W. Wade.

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average of about 200 pounds per acre. These pastures also received 75 pounds less of available nitrogen per acre than the straight grass pastures. Work in other states on irriLegume Grass, gated pastures has shown an Best irrigated Pasture Mix even greater advantage wh~n You can't afford not to in- legumes such as Ladino clover elnde fogumes in your irrigat?d and alfalfa are included in the irn,1mes! George Purcell, coun- pasture. T'he Oregon State exry l~xtension agent, says recent periment station obtained alcc,search work conducted by Dr. most twice as much, or 810 \/Villon Heinemann and Bob Van_ pounds of beef per acre from ·Katll"NI at WSC's Irrigation Ex- grass and Ladino as compared c·riment Station, Prosser, emph- to 478 pounds of gain on a this point. straight grass pasture. The irrigated pasture study George Purcell points out that JJJeluded plots of orchard grass bloat is more of a problem when riml Alta Rescue with Ladino legumes are included in the dover and alfalfa and orchard pasture mixture. Good manageand Alta Fe~cue alone. ment i;iractices, however, can The Ladino and Alfalfa in hold this hazard to a minimum. the irrigated pasture mixture The increase in production will increased beef production an far offset the bloat loss, Pur, cell says.

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The other day I ran across some interesting sounding ideas by E. W. Aiton a 4-H worker with the Fedetal Extension Service, Washington, D.C. I believe those ideas are wortl1 analyzing. He said, "4-H has two things to offfer young folkseducation and awards and we should remember education includes two things -skill and attitudes. Then I ran across some related ideas of a Jessie Run. ner which also seemed interesting, worthy of analysis and perlmps newsworthy. Mrs. Runnr=r said, "It is not so much the characteristics of a person that creates his personality as it is his attiludes toward those characteristics of his living, feeling, acting, wishing and thinking. Personality is less what we are than what we do about ourselves." Unquote. That recalled one of the 4-H goals: Keep your head when you

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Pierce county farmers will 11have a good chance to pick up Isome pointers on getting their W ' financial affairs in order Thurs- tn day, January 6, 1955. tn Ernest I. Hopp, county Ex- llill tension agent, said today the U county-wide mr=eting on several aspects of farm economics will L be held in the Winter School ~ building at the Western Wash- _., ington Experiment Station, PuyNEW YEAR'S allup, on that date. The ses- -I 9:30 3:00 a.m. sion will last from 1:00 p.m. to ~ 3:00 p.m. o'clock. Arthur J. ::::» At Fruitland Gmn9e Cagle, Extension farm management specialist from the sta t0 NEW YEAR'S NIGHT DANCE college will be on hand to dis9:30 Midnight cuss farm records, income taxes and social security. Emphasis will be placed rm the many very important changes in income tax rulin~s affecting farmers. Use of farm HAPPY NEW YEAR accounts to simplify income tax reporting will also be stressed. Ockfen and his Vagabonds Farmers will also be interNew Square Dance Caller, Dave Lawther ested in a boiled-down discussion of the new social security 1 MllE>ll East Of Pacific 011 Airport Road provisions for farmers and how this ties in with farm-record New Year's Eve $1.50 - New Year's Nite $1.00 keeiping and tax reporting. One of the things to be discussed in regard to income taxes will be the new rules concern· TOPS IN SER.VICE 9UAUTY ing soil and water conservation which makes it much more atMirrors • Corwertlble Top; • Auto Window Gllllllll tractive for farmers to carry Custom Tailored Seat Cevera out some of the important con~ 11 & servation practices. Two new 8111 So. Tacoma Ave. MA 2200 methods which will allow depreciation for tax deductions at a much more rapid rate--the so-called declining balance and the sum-of-the-digits method, will be. explained. New provisHATS, HORNS & ions concerning youth as deNOISE MAKERS pendents regardless of the income, and other changes of imAt Our Big portance to farmers will also be NEW YEARS EVE considered. Cagle will illustrate the use DANCE of the WSC farm record book FRIDAY as a farm-management and inEVENING come-tax reporting aid. The book has been especially de- W Western Modern signed to simplify income-tax 0 reporting and to indicate managcment practices that will :n- L crease the net income. WSC's W EVERY SATURDAY free farm record analysis will ::C 9:30 Tl!! 2:00 also be explained. llTo The Music Of Practically all faIJl1ers in the 11state of Washington will be in- 11.U Ronnie Martin's eluded in the social security tn program, beginning January 1. tn At The There will •be a brief and-to-the- Yi point discussion of the features U that affect farmers, the reports IC!I: Va Mile So. oi Airport on required, and the benefits to be L Meridian provided.

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