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friends when a funeral director. Go where they !Zall piKrk---out of the traffic. Trav Dryer

courtesy of Bob's Place, will give out wi.th lively music during the evening and Larry Kirkwood will act as mnster of ceremonies to keep things moving right along. The Patty Ann Bakery will provide a mammoth decorated cake and the Parkland Busihess club will furnish coffee, the refreshmcnts to be served free to all guests at the celebration by ladies of the Business club from 8 to 10 o'clock. Two-way sound equipment, provided by the Sally & Jay Amusement Co. and !nstalled by Jack Neeley of Jack's TV, will permit Flagy>ole KitHe to heqr all that's going on at the party and to talk with the guests. In her nest on top of the 60foot plagpole Kittie will be watching the gala events on the ground. At 8:30 o'clock she wlll toss down a generous supply of candy kisses for the kiddies, with one specially marked one which will entitle the youngster (Continued on Page 8)

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l'ylembers of the Fruitland land Grange Auxiliary are still faithfully going to Madigan and providing tile boys there an evening. of· entertainment. Some of the wards· even especially ask for the Grange gang and because of .their faithfulness at these pat1ttes they are becoming one '9f the· well known groups at the hospital\ In charge ofi ··the party for this time. was :Mrs. 0$Car. Swalander and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miracle. Folk>wing the traditional games with candy and cigarettes, Mrs ... Dee Francis played piano selections and the boys joined in the singing. Those assisting for the evening were: Janet Miracle, Kay Jones, Mrs. Eva Milne, Mr. ArtLlncoln, Mr. John Harner and the. Mira~les, and Mrs. Swalander. Strawberry shortcake was served at the close of the program. Mothers Club The first Mothers club meet· ing of the year was held at the home of Mrs. Oscar Swalander last Wednesday. Preceding the meeting, the hostess, Mrs. Swalander, and. M.rs. Bill Westman served luncheon. Those attending were: Mrs. Thomas Elsdon, Mrs. Keis Bergrren, Mrs. 7rnie Tremplln, .Mrs. Walter Challender, Mrs. John Harber, Mrs. J. C. 'MulHns, Mrs. Ben Rpyle and Mrs. Flora Lester.

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s(;hedule of programs t~e Parkland Preschool Garden club for the commg me The Parkland Preschool will m.onths. Please clip this out and meet at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, t~fer to it as time goes by. Ren;tjlm'ber that th:e meetings are Nov. 9, in the Parkland grade school gym. op~ll to all who are interested, b\lt you will . be asked to join , Morris Ford, superintendent of the Franklin Pierce district, th~ club on your second. visit. will be the speaker of the eve'.for Nov. 4, Mrs. Woodman Wilson, the horticulture chair- ning, with the Central Avenue man, has for her topic, "Putting Mother Singers doing the enterthp Garden to Bed." During this taining. I-Iostesses for the evening will time you will learn .how to care be F. W. Barlow, Mrs. D. t"or plants that must be taken R. Mrs. Dovey, Mrs. T. F. Dryer, -up for storing and how to pro.tect those that will stay in the and Mrs. A. S. Massie. ground. Questions may be asked.. Any plants or flowers ·that Square Dance Club ha,ve been brought for display The. Square Dance club of the wm be studied. . . Franklin Pierce district wiU : t'l', ·,v~•; arr~ngemjc'nts •bro.ught . hold. only two meetings durin~ t~·"'~>·:~·-',.·hJ1.vc ti. .Thl1.nk:1§:.:'1.ing. :m;:,~ l~o_v,-.z:~.P:er,, . th~·. f,icst .',__ ·h~vi.ng tif. and will be judged for right been Wednesday of this week. and wrong points, to be pre- The second meeting will be held sented by Mrs. H. J. Meininger, in the high school cafeteria arrangement chairman. For the Wednesday evening, Nov. 17, program Mrs. V. Fogle, chair- The club 1.1sua!ly meets every man, has arranged for Mrs. L. Wednesday evening but other Garrison and Mrs. E. Elliott to school activities crowded out demonstrate the making of the two of the four sessions this popular holiday cone wreaths. month. A social hour follows. · Grand Daddy Deer CELEBRATE WITH KITTIE ~h By 11»0 fl) b RLnone <::11 ct SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 To 10 On Hunting Trip Bob Rhone of Rhone's CabiCustom inet Shop at Spanaway is well 1 • • l d ·th h. lf th Butchermn Curmll'll P ease "."' imse · ese -:I'• -:I' days, having shot the grancl Cutting & Wrapping daddy of all deer on a recent 4 Lb hunting trip. C • The deer according to Bob Graham 7-7600 dressed out at 192 pounds and p· k U & D r had seven points on one side •c P e avery with six on the other not ln-

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The Parkland Grandmothers' club will meet for 1 o'clock dessert luncheon Monday, Nov. 8, in the home of Mrs. W. J. Coblentz, 917 Wheeler St. Mrs. Ralph Mason will preside.

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Richard L. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Allen was awarded a $200 scholarship in Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'Frye the University of Washington are inviting customers and school of fisheries. He is a friends to visit their store in its graduate of Bethel high school. new location, 12605 Pacific Kapowsin .Rebekah ' avenue, Friday and Saturday Kapowsin · Rebekah Past for tl1e informal open house Noble Grands .club will meet celebrating the recent .move. Monday evening, Nov. 8, at 7:30 Formerly housed in the Parkat the home of Mrs. E. Hamil- land Centre building, the busiton, with Mrs. John Huff pre- ness was operated under the siding. name Frye's Furniture and ofKapi}Wsin Rebekah Auxiliary (Contim.!ecl on Page 7) n:;et at the home of Mrs. Harvey Sundquist with 22 members B~sy Buddies and two visitors present. The Busy Buddlics, new group Sympathy for 10-year-old girls, held its Fi'iends and n?ighbors ex- first meeting Oct. 12 with the tend their deepest sympathy to leader, Mrs. Don Dovey. Mrs. ~r,. and Mrs. Richard B. Slakey G. Haakenson assisted as oro~ the passing of their infant ganizer. The club meets every daughter Sheryl Kay. Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Mrs. Davey's home and the girls are busy with their first project, hemming tea towels. Members are: Janet Ellingson, president; Deborah Furgens, vice president; Mary Siler, secretary; Patricia Iverson, Garden Club Schedule treasurer; Caroline Hill, reportBecause so ·many folks have er, and Kancy Foster, Donna requested it, following is a Dovey and Sharlene Bartlett.

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Reservations may be made bY calling Roger McDonald, GR 8624, or Bud Wellan, GR 3156. Regular meetings of the Parkland Junior Chamber of Commerce are held every other Tuesday at 7 p.m. in. the club room established next to the Shamrock Tavern on Pacific Ave., the next meeting to be Nov. 16. . Club members have been very busy redecoratini,; the club room and wish to express their thanks to. t~e Shamrock Tave~n for providing space for their Pancake Supper The fourth annual pancake quarters. supper sponsored by Boy Scout troop and Explorer post No. 133 Vandalism will be held in the Trinity Mrs. Fern Rutherford, 10416 Lutheran church basement MonSouth Alaska, reported to the day evening, Nov. 8, from 5:30 sheriff's office that hoodlums till 7:30. had smeared the windows of her

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Local merchants have donated the following items to be awarded to donors at the Pierce County Bloodmobile, brought to Midland Friday from . 1 to 7 p.m by the. Harva~d-Midland P-TA and .P1'esch0ol: Midlru1& Thriftway, 12-pound turkey; Midland Drug, Cara Nome Springwood Lotions; North Pole Lockers, S2.merchandise credit; Midland Shoe Repair, can shoe polish and shine cloth; Basl{e tt Lumber Co., French fry cutter; Christianson's Shell Service, $2 merchandise credit; Heath & Bagley Hardware, Hand coaster handle muffin maker; HarvardMidland Preschool, cal{e; Martin's Grocery & Confectionery, ?2 gallon ice cream.

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Mrs. Elmer Gable, chairman for the Collins Tots club dance held Saturday evening in the Collins Grange hall, wishes to thank all those who worked so hard to make tl1e affair a huge success. Music for the evening was furnished by Ray Bartley and his Western Rhythmeers. The hall was decorated in a Halloween motif, with pumpkins, corn stalks, black cats and witches everywhere. J. W. Phil1ips of Parkland received the principal award, an electric blanket. There were 10 other awards. The Collins Tots club, the pre. school group of Collins, does mqch for the welfare of the younger children of the area. It is hoped that all who enjoyed Saturday's dance may be present for the next one, the date to be announced.

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Don't forget the school carnival Nov. 12. Five Generations A baiby boy who represents the fifth generation of a family was born. Sunday to Mr. ·and Mrs. Bennie White, now at Fort Riley, Kansas, it is proudly announced by Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich of Ledford road, who are made great-grandparents for the first lime by the blessed event. Great-great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lester of Louisaina and the great-greatgreat-parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moore of San Francisco. Summit Homemakers Cake decorating, under the leadership of Mrs. Sheldon Stutz from Gig Harbor, will be the main order of business for the Summit Homemakers for the month of November. Also as part of the program, everyone is asked to bring a Christmas idea that can be made for

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The Woman's Society of the Summit church will meet in the church hall Thursday, Nov. 11, at 11 o'clock for the regular :mon lhly session. Brmg a sack lunch; coffee and dessert will be furnished by the committee, Mrs. E. B. Heister and Mrs. Ruth Winsley. The program will follow. Central Avenue P-TA The regular meeting of the Central Avenue P-TA will be held in the school Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. Roy Olson will speak on "The Relations on the Church, Home and School." The date is also Dads Nite. Mrs. Rinehart of the 6th grade will be assisted by a grouv of the dads serving refreshments.

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DRIVE CAREFULLY SAVE A LIFE

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Open House Marks Opening This Weekend

the many fluorescent lighting fixtures insure a bright daylight effect at all times. The front is of Roman brick and glass and ample parking space has been provided. Loring Realty is also erecting two duplex cottages on lots east of the new business

structure. The Fryes again remind everyone to drop in Friday or Saturday for a cup of coffee and doughnuts, plus a looli: at what's new in the appliance and TV world. There will be gi:ab bag gifts

to the first 100 visitors Friday and Saturday and each of these "firsters" will receive a free receipe book. "Lucky Bucks" are also fea~ tured in the open house, a game anyone can play.. Any person presenting a one dollar bill with

(Continued from Page 1) fered household furniture in addition to radios, TV sets, and all types of electric appliances. Incidental to the move, the furniture stock was disposed of and the store name has been changed to Frye's Appliance &

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to our store with serial m.nnbers end· in9 in 7 or 11 wiil get $2.00 in· cash. p I u s merchandise certificates valued from $25.00 to $50 on any range. re· frigerator. washer or dryer.

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Appliance lines handled include Crosley and RCA items and Estate ranges, with the new Bendix Duomatic washer-dryer combination the big news in the laundry department. The store will have a very complete self service record bar. Jack Neeley, expert radio and TV repair and service man, has his shop in ~he building. Built especially for Frye's Appliance & TV by James R. Loring Realty, the new home of the firm is attractive and modern in every respect. The interior finish is knotty pine and

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Along the trail this week WE' found a group of Tacoma Unit No. 1 horsemen having a wonderful time Saturday nite playing ghost and goblins at their annual Halloween party. A good crowd was in attendance with Dorothy Weise winning first in the masquerade march. This is Dorothy's third straight

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year to wirt top honors In this parade. Martha Palin was second; George Weise, third; Jerry Buck, fourth, and Jim Topping, fifth. A fine ham lunch was served at midnight and a grand time was had by all. , Friends, if you missed this party last weekend, we have news for you. Another bang-up party is scheduled at the Tacoma Unit clubhouse Saturday nite, Nov. 6, al 9 o'clock. The affair is sponsored by the Tacoma Lariettes. Yes sir; a floor show, dancing, eats and whathave-you! This party is not, generally speaking, open to the public but if you want an evening of fun and frolic for yourself, just contact a Tacoma Lariette member and, boy, you're in for it! As we rode along the trail this last weekend, we dropped in at the B & B Ranch, just beyond the Roy "Y", and were told among many other things of interest that a group of jun-

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ALONG THE TR.AIL

iors are forming a Junior Rlding club for young riders in the Loveland-Bethel district. Any junior 18 years or under is inviited to attend the first meeting at the B & B Academy at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13. This meeting should get a good turn-out. Watch this column next week for another personality who will be in the news. Senu your items to Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134th and Mt. Highway, or Phone GR 3261

EVERY ITEM SAVES YOU MONEY AT McDANIELS

Canyon Road Mrs. K. W. Struensee

GRanlte 5742 benefit ham dinner this (Thursday) evening at 6:30 ·in the club hall. Tickets w:ill still be on sale at the hall. There will be games after dinner, so come on out for a good time.

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Mrs. E. C. Rogers and son Gary and Mrs. C. E. Samuel· son and children Bryan and Ruth spent the weekend in Conway, Washington. Home From Trip Mrs. Fred Patriclc returned to her home last week from a week's vacation in Oregon where she visited relatJives and friends. (Crowded Out Last Week) Grateful Mrs. Ed Hoffman wishes to thank all those who helped make the bake and apron sale a success. Correction It was Mr. and Mrs. Cap Munsey who returned from a trip east recently, not the Pat Munseys as reported in last reported in last week's TimesJournal. Excuse it, please.

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ISpanawa·y News

Home or Shop

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Benedict's Altar society will meet Monday evening, Nov. 8, at 8 o'clock in the band room at Marymount, Mrs. S. F. Kintz presiding. Hostesses will be Mrs. Howard Klockner, Mrs. Arthur Kintz, Mrs. Ted Kintz and Mrs. S. F. Kintz. Junior Riding Club The B & B Riding. Academy has organized a junior riding club. Any teenagers interested in joining are most welcome. The next meeting will be held Saturday, Nov. 13, at 1 p.m.

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Funeral services were held recently at Oakwood cemetery for John Riley King, father of J. Roy King, who passed away Oct. 23. Deepest. sympathy to the bereaved family. From California

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Grandmothers' Club

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