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Parkland's oldest and still leading enterprise, Pacific Lutheran college, has 60 candles on its birthday cake this weekend. Friends of the school will observe the anniversary with four doys of festivities, climaxed by the dedication of two handsome new dormitory buildings. For the general public, one the highlights of the weekend will be the two performances of "The Etei'ii.al Slave," a pageant depicting in 14 scenes the history of the college. It will be premiered this Thursday at 8 p. m. with a repeat performance slated for Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Written by Rev. Robert Lutnes of South Tacoma especially for this occasion, the pageant wlll be enacted by a cast of 150 students, with background music to be provided by campus 'musical organizations·. Both performances will .be in the chapel auditorium. Qtov. Arthur B. Langlic will speak on "Christian Education and the State" at a special convocation Friday morning at 11. Other prominent guests include (Continued on Page 7)

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In an all-out effort to raise money for the steadily developing community cerlter, the Parkland Business club will Bponsor two important events next week. On Wednesday evening, Oct. 'Flames• Plan Dinner 20, the usual monthly dinner The Flames, Auxiliary of the meeting of the club will take Riverside Fire district will hold on new and surprising propora smorgasbord dinner Sunday, tions. In. fact. the only resembOct. 17, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. lance to the usual club dinner An attractive menu has been ar. will be that it "falls on the ranged and the price is low scheduled date. The dinner itenough to enable a family to enself will be planned, cooked and joy a bountiful Sunday qinner served by Parkland's own for a small price. The public is "Luigi,'' a mystery man no invited. Proceeds will go into less! While liis identity .will not the fire djstrict station fund. be revealed until after the .dinner, it is hinted that he is a tr.!.. .. • N1te prominent resident of the comKapowsin Grange No. 804 will BOX OUT! With that often heard call, propriet Jrs of the busy Bargain Basket Saturday sent munity, a man with a real flair have the annual Booster Nite their new errand "boy" scurrying out to countless cars, each time carrying a big box of groc- for exotic cookery. The dinner, Friday, Oct. 15. There will be eries. It was all good fun and the "boy", County Commission-er Harry Sprinker got a big charge a six-course Italian style meal, no admission charge and non- out of paying his debt to· the Bargain Basket, the· "master" who. l?oug·ht him as the Mystery Man will be served in the. James Grangers are also welcome as at the recent Slave Auction sponsored by the Parkland Business club. Ely strange coincidence, Sales Grange hall, beginning at this is an open meeting. Lunch Fritz, Geiger, also a county commissioner, was at the check stand Saturday. when the Times. 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtained will be served and there will Journal photographer arrived. Shown, left to right, are Junior Dove, Gordie Loyer, Del Cheney at the National Bank of Washbe dancing after the lecture and Fritz Geiger with Leon Harrison and Ethan Nelson, Bargain Basket own.ers, and Slave ington. The dinner is not planned for program. Sprinker. • -Photo by McKewen PARKLAND'S LUIGI, who has the repufation of being an excellBusiness club members and ent chef, has offered his services to prepare a wonderful sixfamilies only, any person who. course Italian dinner, to be served next Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 7 Parking & Wading Pool, Picnic Area, Swings, enjoys good food being invited p.m. at the James Sales Grange hall. Net proceeds of this di.nne.r bisplay Booths, Etc, Community Bldg. Slides, Etc. to share the occasion. All profc are to be used in the further development of the playground be" its will go to Jmprovements at ing sponsored by the Parkland Business club, Luigi came into the communit'Y center tract and being during the recent Slave Auction and his identity will not Photo by McKeweh are especially earmarked for be revealed until after the dinner. the baseball field, now being bulldozed. There will be prizes for scores. The second big entertainment The Elk Plain Firemen's AuxThe regular meeting of the feature of the week will be the Saturday night dance (Oct. 23) iliary will.. hold a card party at Auxiliar.Y'. will be held at the at the Bresemann hall on the Elk Plain school Saturday fire hall Monday :·evening, Oct. Spanaway lake. Oakie Arm- evening, Oct. 16, at 8 o'clock. 18, at 8 o'clock. strong and his Western Gang, a talented 8-man team of music makers, will make C{ancing. a pleasure. A wide variety· of dances wHl be offered,sure to suit everyone. Armstrol?& and his Gang ()pened last··S~tl.lrday Start nigl!t at.th~ hall and.are <J.11.sl:lt for.the winter .• season.there.. Charlie Armstrong (General yours winter Supply Co.) .is.chairman foi· the now. We have a dance and may be contacted at GR 4080. Tickets are also on good line of sale at the National Bank of weatherstripping,. Washington and most business places in Parkland area. caulking, alum. gut-

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ONLY THE BEGINNING! A recreation center isn't built in a day, especially when every dollar spent on it must be earned by folks who are plenty busy just making a living foe themselves and sharing the responsibilities of a growing community. The Parkland Business club members are proud of the progress already evident in the local recreation park, on which they have been working only a few months. The first tasks had to do with preparations for the annual Parkland Round-up, facilities that had to be comi'.Jlcted before the June event. But the grounds will eventually provide space and equipment for many othe1· forms of recreation and right now the emphasis is Oil' the baseball field, where

C!.olfer Creek PcTA Sponsored jointly by the World Outlook League of the Elk Plain church and the Elk Plain Grange, a smorgasbord dinner will be hekl Sunday in t11e Grange hall f'rorn 1 to 4 o'clock. The public .is cordially invited.

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A hamper full of surprises is a feature of the event, with Mrs. Fred Anderson hamper chairman. Flower lovers will enjoy the flower booth, of which Mrs. Betty Smith is in charge. There will be many interesting games and booths; good food will be served all evening. OVEN-READY

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The Order of the Arrow Boy Scouts of Mt. Rainier Council will have a collection bar at the Parkland Fuel Oil Service, hunters being ask&d to deposit their deer and elk hides. Pro• ceeds will be used for the Boy Scout camps. Anyone who ,cannot bring The highlight of the evening hides in should call Boy Scout will be the crowning of the headquarters, MA 6101, and queen. Queen candidates are pick-up service will be arranged. Billie Seaman, Betherm Parham, Beverly Darling, Mary Loveland, ·carol Brown, Jeanette Bellack, Shirley Buckner, Peggy Joyce Wright, Margaret Burrington, Sharon Shannon. Diane Richmond and Elsie Felby Mrs. Harold Teeters kins. Mrs. Ted Otterstad is conThe membership drive of the test chairman. Franklin Pierce Hi Booster

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Clover Creek P-TA will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 20, at the school. The affair will be a back-to-school nite, an attractive program to follow the busiA carnival will be held Oct. ness hour. Mrs. Frank Vvaddell and Mrs. Harry Lindbo are co- 23 at the Elk Plain grade school, sponsored by the Elk chairmen. Plain P-'FA.

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this. week a bulldozer has been operating. A playground for small children, a wading pool, certainly picnic grounds for the enjoyment of everyone-all these, and more, cl reams are in the. making. The above diagram shows the arrangement of the grounds, a 13-acre tract located at South 138tn and J streets. Proceeds from the "Luigi" IL:ilian dinner at James Sales Grange hall Oct. 20 and the big dance at Bresemann hall on Spanaway lake Oct. 23 will be used for improvl:'ment of the tract. The general public may share both enjoyable events, meanwhi !e aiding a good cause,;

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club will be held from October 18 through October 29. Awards INSURANCE will be given to the roll rooms having the highest percentage CLAY ROLEY AGENCY of parents joining the club. An il!:!th and Portland Avenue assembly will be held at the school on Oct. 18 to give tl:ie GR. 8501 Coni!ider Convenience drive a good start. for your fri.~nds when A plaque with the winning choosilrn a funeral direcED MAREK roll room names on it will be . tor, where they can Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw pru·k-out of the traf:ic. given for first prize and also FIRE· AUTO Trav Dryer two trophy cups will be award12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 ed, which will go to t.he winning room each year. One cup will be for first place and one for the second place winner. The Hi Boosters club is composed of parents of the stud en ts who are attending Franklin Pierce hi school and any other interested adults. There is a fee of 50 cents a year. The meetings not only provide fun and entertainment but also proYes, 60 years have brought some wonderful vide a good way to meet the changes to the campus of faculty and discuss pertinent problems. PACIFIC LUTHERAN COU..EG.E Mrs. Bryan Logan, chairman of the membership committee, OUR CONGRATULATmONS has B.skecl all memb<.'rs to ,Et?t behind the drive and 'help to attain our goal of 1200 members this year. · ·

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WE NEED listings of all kinds ftoTOVA TING-$3.50 an hour, Farms, acreage, lots, building $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, sitl's, homes, (new or old, 1, 2.. GR 0297. 3ctf 3, 4 bedrooms). BRICK, block, masonry work JAMES R. LORING at any kind; free estimates, Eugene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3ctf REAL ESTATE SAW FILING; soldering; work gm1ranteed. Corner Waller & Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf

$300 DOWN "iPANAWAY ELECTRIC CONIBACTING ThermoRay QUICK possession. Priced at Radiant Electric Heat; ask for $5,700.00. 4 bedrooms, living estimate. GR. 7064. 3ctf room, dining room, kitchen, wired 220, 2 lots, auto. hot water, concrete founda1.ion. 3 blocks to 64th and Pacific Ave. Call Ralph Decker, I-II 9579. $7,800 NEAR 56th & McKinley Ave. Built in 1944. 2 nice bedrooms, large living room, built-in kitchen, with nook, utility room, hardwood floors, 2 lots. Garage. GI or FHA. Call Ralph Septic Tank Clean.ins Decker, I-II 9579.

Mrs. Atha Becker, who has Jived in the community for Free Estimal:em many years on Canyon road, Realty fell after getting off the bus in And Advice 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 9579 front of her home and fracturMember of ed the pelvic bone. She was takTacoma Real Estat~ Board en to the County hospital where she is reported doing as well as \VE BUILD HOJl.~ES-Remodel, can be expected as she has level buildings; cabinet work, FOR SALE - Small business reached the age of 84. Those concrete work. Reasonable. building on Garfield street, who know her should send GR 3550. MA 0706. 3ctf near post office, $2950. James ""·---R. Loring, Real Estate, GR cards; it helps a lot to know l'OP SDIL, 6 yards $10 deliv- 4148. 9c5 that someone cares. ered; GR 8373. 3ctf Visiting Daughter

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FOR SALE - Electric portable Chester 1 milker; after 6 p.m., first house TANK CLEANING Vi7h1tc-Yorksh1re, 9 weeks _old~ past Brookdale golf course on SEPTIC TANKS· CESll GR 7601. 13co left. 15p5 Pc;>OLS CLEANED FOR SALE 6-weeks old ----Contents Hauled Away Chester White pigs; 4502 East HIGHLAND FEED MILLS, home of Fisher QLiality Feeds; • • 3980 HA 7038 Mt. Tacoma Drive. GR 6553. 13c5 let us supply your needs; - - - - - - - - - - - - HIGHLAND FEED MILLS, M E T RO P 0 L I TA N 14--Situation 96th & Portland Ave., GR 8585. LIFE INSURANCE CO. 15c5 NOW HAS ACCORDION LESSONS In your home; instrument furn· FOR SALE - U.S. Model 1917 Hospital & Surgical ished; call HA 5788 collect. Remington 30.06 cut down Insurance 14ctf stock. Good condition. A good Call Your BRICK WORK House level· shooting gun, $40. See at the Parkland Representative 15p4 ing and founuations, retaining Times-Journal office. RAY STEICH"'N walls, sidewalk and patios, fire. Day BR 3186 · Nite HI 7667 place and stone work. GR 4291 evenings. 14ctl TV & RADIO REPAIRS: 24- CHTLD CARE in my home; GR 16-livestock, Equip hour service; reasonable rates; 4553. 14.ctf CASH for milk cows, beef. Glen's TV-. & Radio Service, heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. 'tESPONSIBLE WOMAN wants GR 6033. 3ctf baby sitting and child care: Thackeray collect, Puyallup. 16ct! call evenings, GR 4866. 14c7 5-5414. WE MOVE THE EARTH Crane service; power ditching; WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN sewers; septic tanks; top soil; in my home full or part time; .\RTIFICIAL BREEDERS Evergreen Breeders Asb'n. $7 excavating; rock work; land. 14c7 breeding fee; no charge on re· scape engineering. SEAMAN, licensed; GR 4541. MAVES & SEAMAN; Graham DRESSMAKING - Children's turns. Holstein, Guernsey. Jer 7·7482 extended service. 3ctf clothes a specialty; GR 8008. sey, Milking Shorthorn, Browr. Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup 14c5 5-8393. 16ctl

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General landscaping On All Makes of New lawns, peat soil, I 1-... Repa. i.r Servic•. .·.·•.·.·.·1· ..wANTED - Chickens and rab topsoil, shrubbery, roekeries. -~--.;..__ _ _..._ ~·· bits. Call us before you sell Radios &. TV Sets · Nothing down, 36 months to WASHING MACHINE l'Arers·0·--Cop~'.s Poultry Market, 7006 Equipped to Repair Pac1f1c Ave., Tacoma, Wash pay. GR 3127. 3ctf ~argest stock in town. ttepair PICTURE TUBES mg that pleases. B.B.'s Washei HA 4406. 15ctf HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, Service, 3727 So. G. IIl 9409. . --llctl FOR SALE - Almost new Gas Ed Weiss foundations; cement work; .!'re€ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _......:__ Hot Water Heater, $95.00. estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf 233 Garfield St. Phone Ken Pottle, GR 3466. CLEANING, REPAIRING fur· 12-Used Autos ---I naces, stokers, oil heater~; FOR SALE - 2-year old doe, I ' 24 hr. service, reasonable rates. 52 CROSLEY Sedan, good low $3.00; 7-months old buck, $2; cost transportation; GR 4189; Reliable Oil Burner Service, 12p5 Call Lynda after 5 p.m.; GR GR. 6033. . 3ctf 871 So. 118th. 3760.. 15c5

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president of the Evangelical Lutheran church, who will give the sermon at the festival worship s~rvice Sunday morning at 10:30 m the chapel. Two olher events are on today's schedule, a Founders' Day

Hearty Best Wishes To

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convocation, featuring Dr. H. L. Foss, president of the Pacific District, ELC, this morning, and a forum on Christian education this afternoon. Immediately following Sunday's worship service, the audience will proceed to the sites of the two new residence halls to witness the dedication of these buildings. South Hall, women's dormitory perched on lhe hillside', will be dedicated by Dr. Schuh. Dr. S. L. Swenson, president of the Columbia conference of the Augustana Lutheran church, will dedicate North ··Hall, men's dorm fronting on Wheeler street. All local rC'sidC'nts and friends of PLC arc urged to attend any or all of these even ts, aecording to President S. C. Eastvold. "We would like to J1ave a.s many as· can possibly come to attend this MISTER "X"-A real man of great 60th anniversary festi- distinction is Dr. J. U. Xavier, val. Parkland's elder statesman. Not only is he the only living expresident of PLC, but also he Proud Of Ma~n • • • has the only name in the X section of the Tacoma phone directEvery Inch Of It ory. A PLC professor most of Excerpt from an 1894 bro- his life, Xavier and his goatee chure published by Pacific Lu- have been local landmarks since theran university: 1903. "In the main part the distance from the extremity of the front steps of the outside of the toilet rooms on the rear is 125 feet. From the floor of the basement to the top of the flagstaff the height is 132 feet." (The tower of Old Main was Dr. William L. Strunk, prodestroyed by a freak fire in fessor of biology at Pacific 1945.) Luthera·n college, and Mrs.

All-School Carnival At Kapowsin Oct. 30

Candidate Makes Pledge

Thursday, Oct. 14, 1954 The TIMES - JOURNAL

Page 7

Mrs. Louis Gay, general resident of Pierce County for have taught law and business at chairman for the Fun Night at Kapowsin grade school 4ct. 30, 31 years, and have engaged in the College of Puget Sound Lyall Jamieson has announced carnival chairthe private practice of· law and since 1948. men as follows: Statement of Lyall Jamieson, Dinner to start at 5:00 p.m.- Republican candidate for ProsMrs. Fred Erickson; cook book ecuting Attorney of Pierce CONGRATULATIONS souvenirs, Mrs. Gus Sorenson County. and Mrs. Lloyd Garner; fish PACIFIC LUTHERAN This I will do if elected your pond, Mrs. Felix Brodigan and ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Lester Barlow; snack bar, Prosecuting Attorney. COLLEGE Congratula~ions Pr"sr~J10ol Committee; cherry I will serve you faithfully and A Modern College in a Ire<', Teachers; bake sale, Mrs. well for the full four years of Arthur Broatcn and Mrs. C. Modern World my term. I will cooperate with Medlock; post office, MrS. your law enforcement officers * * * Marvin Antonie; fancy work, Ed Weiss and will prosecute offenders Mrs. Hobert Shaw; movies, Mr. College without fear or favor. I will be PARKLAND TV Eldon Hubner; florist shop, Mrs. the Prose cu ting Attorney of Golf Course 233 Garfield St. Allen Parsons and Mrs. Bill every part of Pierce County not GR 4458 125th & Yakima, Parkiand Kennard. just the City of Tacoma. I will Publicity, Mrs. Walter Main; keep my office. door open to novelt1es, Mrs. Jerry Fager; you, the taxpayers, that I might hats, Mrs. O.tto Mobius; doll know your problems and help CONGRATULATIONS Congrats ••• clothes, Mrs. George Nelson; you wi1h them. To A carnival midway, Mr. Irving I am 38 years old, married Fprro. with tw~ children, have been a · WESTERN COLLEGE There will be no admission charge for this all-school carnP.L.C. ival of fun for adults and children, but nickles anrl dimes will Cor•gratulations From a Western Shop be needed for the bargains and games being offered by each of BUNK HOUSE the various booths. A de'licious 12702 Pacific Avenue Corner Garfield & C St. home-cooked dinner will be GR 4080 served early in the evening and GR 5510 $ $ the games will continue until 10:30. This is the big event of the year for the Papowsin P-TA with HAPPY ANNIVERSARY P.L.C. the .able assistance of the PreCabinets~ Millwork T & G GROCERY & school and because the mem1413 So. 112~. GR 3579 bers have generously donated SERV YOURSELF GAS STATION everything, all proceeds will go Sales Road Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. 7 Days .Per Week Eline Morken, director of PLC's for this year's project-improveRaymond G. Grooms of Eatments and additions to the department of nursing, attended Keep on Growing onville enlisted in the Navy in a two-day conference on nurs- school's music depar~ent. September and is now at San ing education in Minneapolis, Diego for training. Minnesota, recently. 1 Dr. Strunk and Mrs. Morken Officers Re .. Elected All officers of the ladies group are members of a speCial comCongratulations mittee of the Board ·of Christ- of U1e World Outlook league of Your 60 years of growth and achievement have ian Education, Division of the Elk Plain church were rePacific Lutheran Cr~k made us all proud to be Parkl.and business people Higher Education, of The Evan- elected for another year at the College gclican Lutheran church, which meeting held recently at home associated with such a fine institution. from the mot September 27·28. to ex- of Mrs. Minnie Parker. Mrs. GAS· OIL • REPARS change information about exist- Parker is the president; Olive Phone GR 9933 Avenue ing nurses' training programs Tibbitts, vice president; Nina Again Congratulations 132nd & Pacific A-... and discuss objectives of nurs- Jasper, secretary; Norma Brown ing education and means of treasurer. achieving them. Some 30 representatives of CONGRATULATIO!S six Lutheran colleges and five Our Best Wishes Lutheran hospitals participated, To Pacific Lutheran including guest representatives APP AREL OF DISTINCTION from Augsburg college and the Pacific Lutheran Lutheran Deaconess hospital of College Parkland Centre Bldg. We Compliment Minneapolis. C~He9e On 60 Years of Progress Pacific Lutheran Chief advisor to the commit~~ tee was Dr. Ole Sand of Wayne College university in Detroit, ·Mich., Parkland Cycle BETTY VOGEL'S On Your 60 Years of who during the past year was Growth and Progress and Key consultant for nursing educa- COUNTRY HOUSE tion curriculums at the Uni. V:! Block from PLC GR 5772 145th ($<. Pacific GR 5661 e versity of Washington. Among other things, Dr. Sand on urged nursing education faculStudy for a Degree of ties to .find out their own stu60 Yea~s of dents' opinions of what is valu· Bachelor of Arts in Education able in their training programs, At P.L.C. what is not, and what might profitably be added. Congratulations Study for a Certificate of

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Congralulalions ...... PACIFIC LUTHERAN LLEGE

Your 60 years of growth span a period of unbelievable progress.

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Last week end many of our horsemen took to the hills with the opening of hunting season. We saw several hunters Sunday night who were lucky enough to have bagged their Attend P·TA .Meet deer. Attending the Pierce County Last Sunday, too, was the P-TA meeting at THlicum last opening of a different kind of Thursday were Mesdames hunting season - hunting the Luther McAnnich, Davis, Orem, John Newell, Louis Sym. elusive fox which no one ever sees. The Woodbrook Hunt Club mans and Oliver Omat. opened their season with a very Auxiliary Party Oct. 15 good turn-out for their first The Spanaway Firemen's ride. These are the hardy indiAuxiliary will hold a social viduals who will ride over the party at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, prairie every two weeks all at the fire hall. Members of the winter regardless of weather. exec1,1tive board will serve as Some news from the state hostesses. show in Toppenish which didn't Executive Board Meets get in the paper last week: Roy The Spanaway P-TA execu- McKasson was the winner of tive board met recently at the the trail horse class with his home of Mrs. Orem. Present horse, Nipper, who was thus Sip 'N° Sew Club were Mesdames Luther McAn- named state champion trail (Continued from Page 1) nich, John Newell, William Wa.l· horse. lin, A. Pietz, R. McKinnell, This coming week end, Sat- upholstered a dressing table John Iverson and Kenneth urday night, the Pierce County and sewed a bedspread and a throw pillow. Sheriff's Posse and the Tacoma Also at Yakima, Louise SiSudden Death Lariettes will combine forces to News of the traffic death of start off the benefit being giv- burg won a red ribbon on her Mr. and Mrs. John Birkofer en by 1.he Mount Rainier Ord- dressing robe, blue on a dress. was a great shock to their inance Depot, all proceeds go· up skirt. Lynn Haakenson won many friends. They had just ing to the Good Neighbor drive. blue ribbons on a dressing table celebrated their 25th wedding 'Tis said the drills will be tele- skirt, color chart ·.and scrapanniversary and were enjoying vised over KTNT-we don't book; also several ribbons on her canning entries. a trip east when they were know when. Mrs. Gerhard Haak~nson, killed in an auto accident at Along the trail we saw the Dow City, Iowa. Words seem Fred Rousseau family on Bing- leader of. Sip 'n' Sew club, acfutile at a time !il{e this but our ham road looking for a horse companied the girls to Yakima. deepest sympathy goes to the suitable for their 10 year old wreck in which 30 hunters in a bereaved family of this very boy . . . Gordy and Darlene truck went over an embankpopular pair. Wood moving into their new ment killing two of them and inhouse just two weeks after they juring many. started building ... the commit. Send your news items to tee busy with plans for the Ta- Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134 coma Unit Halloween party ... & Pacific Ave., GR 3261. This Kent Erickson witnessing a is the time of year when news items about horsemen get scarce as hen's teeLh, so help us RES. lil'll P E SHOP m 6190 fl\. GR 745@ out.

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Times journal v 10 no 5 oct 14, 1954