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VOL. 10, NO. 7

Mornte Vista Tea To Honor Visitor

Clover Cr Auxiliary by Amy H. Wormald

Clover Creek Unit No. 118, American Legion Auxiliary, of Spanaway, is happy to announce that ibe work outline for the year 1954-55 is functioning smoothly. Rose Stenson is the ever alert Community Service chairman. Ruth Drake's "Junior Activitie·s" are a vital part ,of the youth program in the 'Fern Hill district where she resides. She works with Brownies, Girl Scout, Camp Fire Girls, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Her P-TA interests include Fern Hill, Stewart junior high and Lincoln high school. She has four grand~ children attending one ·or the other of lhese schools and is a beloved . fix:turc of Fern Hill Baptist ch.urch. '.Mabel Hart is Child Welfare chairman o{ Clover. Creek. and serves as 4th District chairman" under ''Mrs: ·Jen~Y Perry. Wh6 ibut Mabel could find time to drive 10 to 20 childre.n weekly to Marymount to receive relig' ious instruction and return them safely to their homes? Unit ;Hostess is Blanche Red· iske, one of our .five 901.d star mothers. Her gracious hospitality an.ct refresh:nents are apprec. iated. by Post and Unit. One of the truly busy girls ts the young wife of Comma.nder Al Harvey. Iler interests are centered in the Ground .Observer corps; she has more hours to her credit than any other worn-

Calling all Goblins,

& young and old! In your annual. rites; come Hallow' een, fail not to visit Dryer Mortuary, Saturday evening and be sweetened up with Ye Old Gotton Candy.

Members of the Monte Vista Garden club will hold a tea Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Harold Peterson of 11916 South I St.. the affair honoring Mrs. Iver Johnson. who is here from Alaska. Mrs. Johnson, former Monte Vista Garden club member who is visiting her Parkland home, will soon be joined by her husband for several weeks of vacation, the couple then to return to Naknek, Alaska. The Monte Vista president, Mrs. Del Shafer, and Mrs. Wm. H. Shambers are planning the affair, assist.ed by the hostess and the following members: Mesdames Ross LeMaster, Carl Fynboe, 9ordon Korsmo, Robert J3erntsen, Donald Archer; Albert Berger, . Robert Purtell, R. T. Westerman and Amelia Harstad.

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Franklin Pierce. icating New Athletic Field

Happy Prospective Mother

The recently completed athletic field .of the Franklin Pierce high school will hold its formal dedication Friday evening, Oct. 28, starting at 7:30. In Holland storks nesting . on the housetop are After the impressive opening believed to bring luck to the household. Wha,t gives flag ceremony, Morris E. Ford, wh.en the stork hovers o'ver a 60-foot flagpole? Flagsuperintendent of the Franklin pole Kittie (Mrs. Robert D. Donham), from her eightPierce school district, will be foot- square nest in which she hopes to break the introduced bY .the high school principal, Orvme D. Weeks, for world flagpole sitting record, over the phone, she said. And, dedication remarks. At the close this week, made the startling an- . of. cour,se, her parents, Mr. and of his talk, Mr. Ford will intronouncement that she expects a . . of. Rt. 7, duce Olaf Jordahl, chairman of b a b y a b out ti1e 'm1'ddle of A pn.1. Mrs. N. J.. F1t.zgerald . 1 Needless to say, the news ex- Box. ·-90, are delighted with the the school board, who will ploded like an atom bomb. No- prospects of welcoming their formally dedicate the athletic field. body had even considered such first grandchild. a possibility when Kittie climbKittie's three grandpa.rents, The new field, loeated just ed the flagpole Aug. 21, certain- Elvin K. Lewis of Gray land and north Gf the high school, Airly not Kittie, and the amazing Mr. and Mrs. C. Calchina of port and Portland Ave., will be o.ne of. the .1argest and best FOR. FUTURE FARMERS oeilvery of a new Ferguson 30 tl'actor for the use of Bethel high news has created quite a sensa- Aberdeen, share the joy of the tion-and presents many new news, as also do her two broth7 The Parkland Preschool will hghted m this area. A. total of school and its agriculture clal!sl;)~'• holds the attention of school officials and several students of the ·~ ers, A·2C Elvin D. Fitzgerald have a,·b,<tke sale '(m Friday Oct 146 lamps have been mstalled school who are officers of FutL1re Farmers of America. Shown, left to right, are: Front row, problems. The safety of Kittie and her of A~buquerque, K. M., and N. Don Jorgenson, Richard Margelle ,and Homer Anderson, superintendent of the Bethel schoo1 29, at'' the Parkland bank: be~ ~n 1? poles to provid~ adequate tween the hours of 11:00 a.m. hg~t~n.g for all outside sports district, receiving the certificatj;O" of title from Frank Johnson of Buck & Sons, Tacoma; back child is of course of paramount J. Fitz&erald. Jr. of f'.arkland, row, Earl Platt, high scho!ll., Pl:ingipal; Robert Anderson, Agriculture teacher, Frank Johnson, importance. She is consulting anq a sister, Mrs. Doris Strom and 3:00 p.m. activities. . Bleachers seatmg 1700 spec· Denni.s Durham, James Cal!foun,; Vfotor Becker and Larry McGee. The new equipment will play tbe family. physician regularly of Tacoma. an important part in improving the .athletic field at the school in addition to its primary purposean in the 4th District. taters are placed just a few feet the practical trainirtg of boys in the use of tractors and modern farming methods. and has been 11ssured that as Asked about the preparatlqn .. Lillian Hansen, as Girl State from the sidelines to insure the Photo by MoKewen long as she is perfectly well of the layette; Kittie says she's chairman, presented Miss Joy. fans of a close view of the conthere is no reason to terminate a afraid her mother will have to Barsotti, whose lovely singing tests. Though not visible to the try at the record, in which she get most of the things together, Preschool Plans voice .has •bfought pleasure to eye, the field is provided with is near the half-way point. though she expects to start the patients · bl' Orting Old many yards of tile, installed However the doctor says blunt- crocheting some of the tiny Nite Soldiers' home and American every 30 feet across the field.to ly tjlat if there is the slightest woolen items herself soon. Just It will be Dads Nite on MonLake hospital. Miss Barsotti has .give the most modern drainage. unfavorable symptom he will imagine someone 40 years from day, Nov. 1, when the James given freely of her talent to the Though the field is not complete order her down from the flag" now saying, "This is my most Sales Preschool meets in the rehabilitation work of the Leg- as. yet for all athletic events, pole. ' '·prized keepsake--,.the boote.es ion. the space, lighting and drainschool auditorium at 8 o'clOck. . Kittie's sponsors, the Pochel my granpmother crocheted (or Clover Creek Unit is proud of age make it already one of the The . Roy Construction Co., Slides on· Alaska will be shown The Spanaway Water Co. well Distributing Company, who are my daddy (or mother) while the six women who carry mem- best fields of this section and y.rhich has been operating fr(lm fby Dick Hellbaum, Franklin drilling has now reached the financing her attempt, have s.he was breaking the world's bership in the "40 et 8," the o:ie in which people of. the dist- its home location in Roy, has Pierce high school teacher. Mrs. depth of 155 feet. made' new arrangements bY flagpole. sitting .record back in honor group of the Auxiliary. rict can well take pride. opened in a new location, 1' .'st Pall!. Brook, Mrs. Russ Semple, The drilling of the- 12" well is which she could. be removed early 1955!" ··· . ·, They are Irma Leng, Bertha The feature of the dedication and Pa.cine Avenue. 1!l· Mrs. Edwin Rupp, Mrs. E. W'· proceeding according to sched- from her perc? practically at a Ar~ce11t;gif~,.tq\:I{iftie was.Ii Cooley, Rose Stinson, Mabel night will1be a football game beOwners of the concern, Bobbie Freiter, Mrs. Webster Walton, , . mqment's notice. Members of fouroPlece Sel.'JjJ.l1g s.e.t..otjNob1lHart and Amy Wormald of Sal- tween the Bellarmine Lions and Short and Kenneth Lyons, st~"te Mrs. Kenneth Evans, Mrs. David ule on the company s .12-lot site tile f~rrn naturally hope to see ity. s,ilver, · ill ~Jie<Royal Rose on 22Q and Ruth Drake of Salon the. Franklin Pierce Cardinals that the move was made in re, Blakley and Mrs. Grace Fink next to the Commumty hall at her break the record but would :pattern; giye11 Mr~: 599. at .13 o'clock. , sponse to popular demand .il,nd will present a skit, "We Haven't 167th near Park Ave. not urge her to continue if it terstad, local representative of Irma Long is junior past presOther important and interest- enables theru: to give fastera..n~ Lost a. Father Yet." "Several lesser stratas . of meant any risk. . . . the si~ver comp~y. ~o pleased ident; she, wi.th the senior past ing entertainment will feature better service to their. custom" Hosts for the coffee hour are water have been reached but a ' . News of the impending ble~s- is Kittie with,~.eP .ajlver that s)1e presidents, are the ones who the Franklin Pierce band under ers in this area. "We aim .to the following Dads: Milt And- .:17ield of 350-500 . gallons per Ail eventha5 brought ()J1lY. l)ap- nas Iefti11pnqi5play atPop.hel's, advise and assist in the work of the direction of Mr.. Christoph- give the w 0f,ki!J¢; man a ~haJ!se erso£, .. Bud Johnson, Ja,111es minute is. being sought." . report-.· piness in, ·•her fan1il.:V. (!iJ.'cle, al()I1g ~~h the mtalogue, and the·Unit. They support and car~ erson. and the .marching girls' to. buy what·he need-; at prices . •.;,;_% Chet Kirk and B'.~. Taylor. ed the Richardson Well Drill- .Kiytie de(!lares. Her husb31'd, she asks hef friends to drop J11 ry on with.wisdom gained from di:HI team, coached by Mr. Pet- he .can afford to pay,'' they ex- ; The recreation program being ing <;::o,, contractors. for drill- recently returne.d from .several a11d si;e it. A!iY orders placed by plain, offering complete service sponsored by Sales Pri;scnool ing operation. experience. · · erkin. · weeks in Oklahoma, acted proud Kittie will help her earn pieces for roofing an.d siding, Are you eligible .for memberand P-TA has opening in sevA coupon for membership ap. and happy when she told him for h,erself. Short is sales manager fm: the eral classes. 'Classes are open ship? We meet on the second company, with Kenneth Lyons to.anyone in the community who plication will be found ·on Pag!! and fourth Fridays in the Post as credit manager. Virgil Lyons may .wish to attend. For infor- 10 in this issue. Everyone in the hall on 160th St., near Park. Local members of The Ameris job superintendent. The con- mation, call Mrs. Edwin Rupp, Spanaway community is urged We are preparing for Hallo- ican Legion are stepping-up to join now, as work on laying cern has been named an author- GR 3095. ween, Thanksgiving and Christ. their "Get Out The Vote" cammains can proceed only as rapmas. Veterans Day (Armistice paign to urge every qualified ized Johns-Manville agency in idly as members subscribe. the area. The office at Roy will Day) is just ahead. There will voter to vote in the coming gen. DRIVE CAREFULLY "Old Man" Winter be a dance at American Lake eral election, Tuesday, Nov. 2, also continue to operate. SAVE A LIFE Dec. 28; this will be a colorful Sam Carta, Commander of ParkCustom is gleefully increasNew Year's affair. If you are land post No. 228 said today. Buteherring. Curing interested, contact a member of "The right to vote in secret ing fuel the Post or Unit. Cutting & Wrapping Professional and. to have our vote counted is Heartiest congratulations to one of freedom's homes that aren't greatest 4e Lb. Post No. 118, the first American rights," Commander Carta deLegion Post to attain its quota clared. "If this right were taken properly insulated. Graham 7-7600 in membership in the 4th Dist- from us, there would be a naINSURANCE Pick Up & Delivery Why don't you halt rict. The Auxiliary must pay up tionwide uprising. We would de. Twelve political candidates with a dinner. mand this right be restored. ' appeared before the last meetWI l KEN "S CLAY ROLEY AGENCY wreck____________ "We have this right now, a ing of the Parkland Community 98th and Portland Avenue PACKING 'Precious Heritage' given to us club and gave brief talks coner by checking our GR. 8501 On Kapowsin Highway In Halloween Mood? by our forefathers," Command- cerning their candidacy. 1 !h Mile East of Meridian er Carta added. "Let's not. fail Jennie L, Grodvig, president ill full line of insulation Be Our Guests ED MAREK to exerdse this privilege on elec- of the Community club, has ·for. Free tion day. Regardless of how we been appointed a ml'mber of the Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw supplies. FIRE• AUTO vote, ·let's all vote." Pierce County Planning eomDoughnuts and 12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 In addition to encouraging mission:s subcommittee which Beverage .every citizen to vote, Command- will write a building code for 7 to 1 12 Lb. Ayerage "X" Grade - 3/4x6" &. 8" R<1bbited er Carta said, the American Pierce county. Legion is also urging the public It was decided to schedule a Ill to display the American flag on dance for the night of Wov. 27, !hxS Beveled election day. "Make every street the profits to be divided between CUT.-UP in Parkland an "Avenue of the Community club library ,f Flags," he said. fund and the schohstic fund of Clear - All Lengths 3x4 Pel' Ft. .HENS ~ Franklin Pierce. · Avel'age Mixtul'e of Pieces II 2-Lb. Package

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The Brookdale Sip and Sew club held a meeting at the home of Sharon Van Beek this week. New officers were elected, as follows: President, Nancy Logan; vice president, Sylvia Dybvik, who also was voted in as a new member; secretary, Kathie Jo Hansen; treasurer, Sharon Van Beek, and reporter, Louise Siburg.

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Thursday, Oct. 28, 1954 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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pedic Guild will meet at tl1e home of Mrs. J. Elyea Monday, Nov. 1, at which time final plans In the spot light this week will be made for the annual bazaar and apron sq,le scheduled we have Captain Dec Parham for Nov. 11 and 12 at the Sum- of the; Pierce County Sheriff's Mounted Posse. Captain Dee has mit Trading Co. store. been a member of the Possee for Correction the past five years and has gainIt was the Canyon Road club ed his top notch drill team to blood bank that gave Mrs. Tillie fame once again for 1954. Capt. Eklund :blood instead of the Dee resides with his family out Waller Road blood bank as re- east of Spanaway and works at the Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot, ported in a recent item. drills with his men each Thurs. Visits Here day evening, plus malting· arMrs. William Daniels of Eat- rangements for shows and soonville, formerly a resident of cial functions, and still finds the Canyon Road area, was time to break.and train horses. visiting friends and relatives This boy really must love his here one day last weekend. horse-'let's ask his lovely wife Dorothy, shall we? Guests Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bixby and Along the trail this .week children from Freewater, ·ore., (Sunday, Oct. 24) we found anspent the weekend visiting their other •banner turn-out at the parents, Mrs. May Bandy and Woodbrook Hunt club's second Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bixby of ride of the season. The WoodWaller road. brook Hunt club is getting stronger each year due to the new arrangements for guests who are invited to try out with this, the oldest hunt club in the state of Washington. Vi'ith stock or western saddles, come on out for the next hunt, Nov. 7, at 11:00 a.m. Friends, don't forget Tacoma Unit's big annual Halloween party, adults only, Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at Tacoma Unit's own club house. Come as you are or in costume; prizes for the best costume, also midnight dinner. Party Chairman Margaret McMaken promises everyone a wonderful time. Send your news items to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners or phone GR 3261.

'tOTOV ATING-$.3.50 an hour, If So Contact ~fi 00 minimum; H. L. Worley, GR 6297. 3cll DAVE CRAIG For remodeling the old, SRJCK block, masonry worl< new building. of any kind; free estimates Write c/o Parkland Box 51 1':11gene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3ctf or Phone Elbe ~85 SAW FILING; soldering; work guaranteed. Corner Waller lo Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf I 1-Repai; Service SPANAWAY ELECTRIC-CON· · TRACTING _ ThcrmoRay WASHING MACHINE !'ARTS. "l.adiant Electric Heat; ask for Largest stock in town. '){epair· · estimate. GR. 7064. 3ctf ihg that pleases. B.B.'s WashP.!' Service, 3727 So. G. Ill 9409 11ctf

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its games and may not be pushed around. much Saturday, .if az:iy. Since both teams lack much extra mimpower up front, the game might we~l be decided by the durnbility of the starters. Sports Particles

Corky Lewis, Washington's hard-charging end from Hood River, Ore., is a pre-med, stude.nt ... Bob Cox, Washington's sophomore quarterback, is an accomplished track star as well. Cox was an All-American thinclad at Walla Walla High with a 1:57.6 time in ihe 880 . . . . Fred Mrak, promising freshman tackle atWashington, has a pair of sports-minded parents. His ·father was a 9.8 dash man at Regis U. and his_ mother Alyce averages 185 in bowling. . , . Bill. Marx has the biggest family of any man on the Washington. coachin!; staff with five children... Washington's freshman halfback, Ray Goody, spent the s1.1mmer working as a policeman in his home town of Salem, Oregon. . , Coach John Cherberg is the second graduate of Washington to return as head football coach. Enoch Bagshaw, the first to come back, coached from 1921 to 1929. . . Washington's Line Coach John Baker was an All-American guard in . 1930. and 1931 at Southern California and was nemed "Player of the Year" in. th.e latter season... University of Washington's football team has played to four crowds numbering more.than 50,000 at.home since the addition of the upper deck to the Stadium in 1950... Washington's 1955 <football schedule included intersectional gaille against Minnesota at Minn.eapolis and. Baylor at Seaitle.

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(Crowded Out Last Week) 4-H Election.

Members of the Fruitland 4-H held their October meeting at ihe home of Carol Cordes last Monday night. Following the regular mec<ting, presided over 'ily President Mary I-forber, the officers were elected for the ncyt year: President Sandra King; vice president,• Carol Tarcply; secretary, Karen

Hanson; Treasurer, Rita Thompson; historian, Carol Cordes, and sergeant at arms, Karen Haworlh. Members present were: Karen Hanson, Jarleth Hoffman, Carol Tareply, Rita Thompson, Rose Harber, Mary Harber, Karen Haworth, Dorothy Keil, Karen Keil. Mobhers present were: Leader.Mrs. Kenneth Keil, Mrs. Harold Hanson, Mrs. Ben Thompson, Mrs. Tare.ply and Mrs. Haworth. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Homecraft Club Homecraft club met at

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RE-ELECT STATE REPRESENTATIVE

RDON Jm BROWN DEMOCRAT -

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Endorsed by Labor, Business and School organizations, Gordon Brown has served with distinction since 1948. You can depend on him to support all legislation conceived· iA the public interest.

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The Woodland Garden club won two lblue ribbons at the Puyallup' fair in the garden division. One they won for mantle arrangement and the other for hall arrangement. New officers are Mrs. Larry Holbert, vice president; Mrs. Everett Knoll, '.secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Edwin Rogers is the new Presi-. dent.

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No. 84 bad their first meeting Friday evening in the Community hall. Cubmaster James Woolridge in charge. Mrs. James Bench is the den mother of the new den, No. 1, her Bobcats are Paul Jtasmussen, Rodney Hardy, Jimmy Bench, James Smith, Larry Parkland Weed and David Grashives. Cycle & Key Awards earned by tl).e boys were: ·Gold Arrow-James Storlie, ;.•....;..____________ Dennis .Angermeir .. Silver Arrow - John Athmer, Michael Gural, James Storlie, Dennis Angemeir, Donald Haapala, Dean Huber, Gene Huber, Gary Wolfer, Dick Gunderson. Webelos -Dennis Angermeir. Denner Stripe -'-Douglas Carlin, Bruce Payne, Theodore Wilson. Assistant Denner .'Stripe Jerry Cole, John Athmer, James Shoe. Service Star (two years) Bruce Payne, Theodore Wilson, James Shoe, James Russell, James Storlie, :M:ichael Gural, Dennis Cox, Donald Haapala. Service Star (three years)Dennis Angerrneir. Den Mothers· Service Star (two Years) - Marie. Payne, Shirley Gural. An application for the new char.ter. was presented by Goi:.donSmall, neighborhood commissioner. Skits· were presented, after which the group enjoyed movies and a social time. ·

Laboure Nursing Home All on ground floor no wards, no steps. Cheerful surround· lngs, expert care, excellent food. Doctor refered. Aged &. convalescents. Rt.. 7, Box 17, Tac. GR 7857

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Times journal v 10 no 7 oct 28, 1954  
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