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ringside seats; Adults 50c in the bleachers and balcon.:y. Children ringside seats 75c; balcony and bleachers 25. The foregoing part of Family Nite starts at 8 p.m. and is packed with fun and excitement. Now if you want to be there early-come and enjoy the chicken dinner in the lunch room. Serving will be from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Adults 65c; grade school children 35c, and Preschool children 20c. There will be several awards -a beef, a pig and two turkeys. There will also be a calf for the

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ARE THEY PROUD! Duane Che~tham and George Rauh staricl seven years ago; the outgrown .building is now being razed, its in front of their beautiful new building on Airport road, all, ground to be a part of the large free parking area for customers set for the formal opening.this weekend. The Summit Lumber of the business. &. Hardware Compan_y opened in a near-by loca.tlon more than Photo by McKewen

youngster selling the most tickets. The Spanaway P-TA welcomes all to this affair and wishes all an enjoyable evening.

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Summit Lumber JC Charter Dinner 11 ..MPreschool Is Great Success; Company Plans Over 100 ·Present Due Nov. 16 formal Opening The Parkl,and Junior Chamber of Commerce. Charter dinner held last Friday evening at. the Country House was a huge success with over 100 members and guests present. Don Shmick, president of the State of Wa$hington · J, C.'s, was present . to .· present the. charter to . Roger M:cDon-aEl., president of .the. locaL9rganization. Members front dubs :in Seattle, Colfax, Winlock, OJYmpia, Bremerton and Tacoma were presentto join in the charter presentation. The meeting date of the Parkland club has been changed from the original Tuesda.v evening meeting elate to the first and third Thursday of each month. Young men between the ages of 21 and 36 are urged to attend the next meeting, to be held November 18.

Marking the opening of a beautiful new building, the Summit Lumber Company will be host for an open house event this weekend at Airport and . Canyon roads. A number of special features are planned and all friends, old and new, arc urged .to visit the store. Designed by the S\lmmit Lumber Co. .o1'vners, George Rauh.and Duane Cheetham, and erected under ,their personal supervision, ·the building is of modern laminated beam •and post construction, insulated with blanket type insulation and with white gravel roof. The structure is set at an angle which permits those passing to look into the building from either direction. The sales room, 32 by 60 feet, has two walls of crystal glass, ceiling to floor .. From ceiling tile to vinyl plastic floor tile, there is restful color harmony, 1 reflecting:the taste of Mr. Rauh. The fwo partners planned and built the fixtures themselves, each piece designed for a parThe Parkland Community ticular purpose. One side Is finished with a club will meet this (Thursday) pegboard display wall which evening at 8 o'clock at the Parkoffers endless variation in the land library, 119th street a arrangement of small items of block west of Pacific avenue. merchandise. The building is Mrs. Jennie Grodvig, the presi· heated. by Butane gas, the auto- dent,. will preside. Major Ayers of McChord Air matic·· element ·being .suspended from the ceiling in the sales Force Base will show Armistice Day mov;ies and Commander S. room. To meet the demands of to- Carta of ;parkland .post No. 228. day's do-it-yourself trend, the American Legion, win· be the speaker of the evening,. All r.es(Continued On Page 6) idents of'the.area are cordially

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The .'benefit dance given Saturday .·night by the ~nston Grange for Lew Davies proved to be a ver'y popular event. There was a fine crowd and everyone had fun. Those in charge wisn. to thank all who helped ii\ t)le undertaking.

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Flagpole Kittie, Mrs. Robert Country House by the Lincoln Lions of Tacoma; spo'nD. Donham, ls well started on · . · ·· · d th · •t d the second half of her try anhc sor club farthe new. group, an •· .e ors , em on/ Id'B recor · · d f or ·fl agpo · ·1e s1"t·- strated the correct . m . s· charge· of the wor . . . det.a1ls of of . TacomaB"b · · ·passe d th e h a'lf- Lions ·club proceedings. Followceremony. 1 1zer 1s pres1ting h avmg . d · · Lin" I • · d .' · t I t $ t d ing the meeting the newly ent of the con L10ns, an way porn as a ur. ay. formed local club elected Of" Bill · Gellatly the extensiim The party arranged . by. her ficers. chairman. ~ponsors, the Pochel ~1strvbutHerb Horner was chosen pres. mg Co., and other friends to ident· Ted Stansbie first vice celebrate that important mid- president; Don. McLellan, secway date proved a huge sue- ond vice president· Ted cess. Several hundred people Vaughan, third vice p;esident; gathered bene.ath her flagpole Jim · Nylander, lion tamer; Saturda;i: eve~mg and everyone Sparky Evans, tail twister; Bill had a. fme hme. Ray Bartley Adams, secretary-treasurer. Dir- · and . his Western R~ythmee.rs ectors are Bob Lynd, George provided plenty of swmg music, Dorfner Paul Shirley and John Larry Kirkwood again display- Piper. ' ed his superlative talents as Other charter members are master of ceremonies and. other Schuyler Witt, Carl Recd, Emil • . impromptu features enlivcnecl Beitz, Gene Smalley, Al Smith, I Cushioned Tw1rlPattern the occasion. Bud Matheis,. Art. Johnson, Del The Patty Ann Bakery furn- Bresemann, Dell Athow and !shed a· huge cake for the oc- Ken Pottle. casion, of a size to serve 500 Dinner meetings will be held people, and it was eaten to the at 6:45 the second and fourth last crumb; coffee was also Monday evenings at The Counavailable to everyone, all free in try House. honor of Flagpole Kittie's 77 Charter Night will be Mondays' stay in her cozy little day, Dec. 13, at The Country eight-foot-square house 60 feet House, with the Lincoln Lions up in the l\ir. · But a few things did go wrong Custom with the celebration; it would be strange H everyth'ng went Butchering, Cull'ing absolutely according to schedCutting & Wrapping ule.. Wher1. Flagpole Kittie tossed dmvn handfuls of candy was a.nnounced that certain .$1;.~.hi!11:tL . . 7.-7.600 .<?nes..haq>s,)Jeciii.l •.:qt1mbers tl.Icked inside the paper wrappers; < Pick' (JP & i>~Hv~fy. the finders being enti!led to EN prizes. Two of. the main prizes were not claimed, though all ;"lf PACKING CO. the candy was distributed. Some On Kapowsin Highway thought that the small dog seen 1 Y2 Mile East of Meridian GR .3526 lapping up stray cake crumbs might have found a few candy 1 kisses and would have swallow- l ed them whole-after all, what would ·a little dog want with ELECTRIC roller skates or a Zenith radio? Then, too, the beautiful new REFRIGERATOR (Continued From Page 4)

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in all three districts. Also the Thursday, Nov. 11, 1954 'boards appreciated the way the ' l'ht! 1'1M~S-JOURNAL c.ongatulations voters al lvoted early so there • was no last minute rush. M re. M. 8. Rau Addie Rau Circle GRanlte 8391 The Addie Rau circle wi:l The Central Avenue• '.P-TA meet at the home of Mrs. Lew Published Every Thursday Electrical Work & Glass carnival will be in full swing Dillman 011 Tuesday, 96th and !Friday night, Nov. 12. The Central avenue, on Tuesday, By A:PDRESS ........... .P. 0. BOX 654, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON theme for the event will be "A Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jim Phone GRanite 3466 Night at the Circus". Dinner Fulkerson, the assisting hostess, will 'be served all evening cafe- wm give the lesson; Mrs. Ruth JACK BROWN ·-·-····-·····--···-·-··-····-·-··-·-··--····-··-········· PUBLISHER teria style, beginning at 5:30 Winsley will give a book re1016 East 112th o'clock. There will be a number view. NEvA T. RONEYWELL ············-············-··-···-····~--·········· EDITOR of booths, such as bazaar, candy, Ada Holden Circle The Ada Holden circle will WALLY SQUIRES ·-···-----·---·-·-----·------·--··---.ADVERTISING plants, fish pond and skill games. The evening program be- meet at the home of Mrs. Alex gins at 8, following the circus Kelly, Thursday, Nov. 18, in· theme. Mrs. Kenneth Rompue is stead of the regular date on the general chairman for the car- fourth Thursday, which will be WES McKEWEN ···-·····-·········--····---·····-···-··-- PHOTOGRAPHER nival.· Thanksgiving day. Dessert lunch Superintendent Coming at 1 o'clock wi1ll be followed by ROG :McDONALD ···-·-·-····-·-·····--···-·-······--· SPORTS EDrI'OR Sunday, Nov. 14, Rev. Clark the 'business session. Advertising A.ates .On RefQuest J. Wood, the new district supStruck by Car ~lB erintendent of the Methodist Ernest Newman suffered a church, will be the speaker at 'broken leg, shock and severe the 11 o'clock service at the cuts on the hands and face Summit church. Following the Wednesday evening JV~en he service there will be a potluck was struck by a car driven by TOPS IN THEIR FIE-LOS-Singer Margaret Whiting, long a WAGONS LAY .. A-WAY all-church. dinner in the church Robert Fredericks at 88th and public favorite, and Col. J. A. Simmons Jr., Western Air Defense SCOOTERS NOW! hall. All official members of the Waller road, just after he had Force clvll air defense director, met in San Francisco recently Swlssing church are urged to attend and stepped off the Waller Road to combine their talents to boost the Ground Observer Corps. Col. Simmons describes GOC filter center technique to Miss WhitROUND STEAK • • • • • lb. other members are cordially in· bus. He was taken to St. Jose. ing, who subsequently made a recording for "Look to the Skies," vited to attend and learn about ph's hospHal where his. condi· a WtJekly West Coast radio program dedicated to GOC. GRanlte 5772 Block from PLC the operation of our church. tion was reported as satisfuct· BOILING RIBS • • • • • lb. 19c Members will be especially in· ory. p..TA Bake Sale terested in meeting the Rev. 55th Anniversary DR. WESLEY BRAND STEAKS lb. Wood, who is the son of the Mr. and Mrs: B. D. Cook of James Sales P-TA is sponsorRev. Harley J. Wood, a former Airport road celelhrated their OPTOMETRIST ing a bake sale Friday, Nov. 12 Mrs. E. F. Curtl111 TONE STEAK • • • • • lb. pastor of the local church. 55th wedding anniversary at at the National Bank of WashGRanlte 7706 Announces with pleasure Election Note their new home Sunday, Nov. 7. ington, Parkland Branch. Economy The proceeds will be used for., A word about the election: Among the guests were four Loren Irish, chairman for the the opening of his professional office SLICED BACON • We are proud to say the district generations: A son, Dr. W. G. Halloween party, wishes to the Christmas program and • • • lb. 29c for the practice of. Optometry of Grant, Mnlvey and Bingham Cook of Seait'le; grandson, M., thank all the room mothers who presents. Mrs. Opal Miller will appreciall tuned out in force, averag- G. Cook of Canyon road; two helped make the party a sucAT HOGANS ing 70% of all registered voters great - grandchildren, Marlene cess. · ate any donations; GR 3454. at ~.._._'Ill.,_ '\B. . _ . and John Cook. Also present Village Fair FRIDAY: g To 9 MARKET HOURS: 9 To 1 were Mrs. W. West of LakeDon't forget the Village Fair I 08 Main West The U.S. Navy keeps up-to- Ji! :!ii Country Chapel wood, a sister of Mrs. Cook, and Carnival, sponsored by the date some 6,700 nautical charts Puy@llup, Washington who stood up, with them when Collins P-TA, Friday, Nov. 12 and 1,000 aeronautical charts, 1111 Airport & Waller R~ad 11111 they were married, and her ~t 8 p,m. in. the school gymnas- and publishes 8 million copies a OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. ll'Sunday School ........9:4;:> a.m.11111 husband. mm. The fair has been planned year. (Evenings By Appointment) • Morning Service ....11:00 a.m.lf In Hospitals for the enjoyment of adults as Nov 14-"The Good Sama~i-Jimmie Toburen is recover- well as children, so come one Th ,.,TI b th ..._ ' • • • • ' e ,,avy pro es e auuOStan. mg from a torn tendon m hrs come all.1 h h. h b th 1 I ···· · 1 · . p ere 40 m1 1es rg a ove e ,Eve. Evangelistic ....7:30 p.m.- knee, suffered while P aymg ':"venrng Party North Pole for information on ' Bible Study, Tues.....7:45 p.m. f?otball. He was take;r to .a ~osMrs. Gilbert Baker of Waller cosmic rays. Y. P. Service, Thurs. 7:45 pm. p1ta! for trealmcnt. Jr;nime. is a road entertained a few friends !Ill OLE HANSEN p tor 11111 freshman at Franklm Pierce Monday evening at her home in fill ' as 1111 high school. honor of Mrs. Max Effenberger lootallatlon & Repalm • G Ranlte 3142 , Jimmie's sister, Mrs. Doris and niece, Diana Rudy. After an JACK'S TV & SALE A-., '11111. la 'illlll'I. .._-....,., Larson. is in Doctors. hospital enjoyable evening, gifts were li'llAll'UQ lil!l!Ell!IVl,.ie GRADED GOOD recovermg from a maJor oper- presented to Mrs. Effenberger llli llJl't ,<:l'ICfi RES. SHOP ation. They arc the children of and Diana. Guests included GR 3691 II II II II HI 6I9o R U PE GR 7450 Mr. and Mr.s. Milton Toburen. . Mesdames Howard Morris, NorPacific Avenue 12605 Machine Works Joyce Corlett, 11-year old val Peterson, Ellsworth CampII ID II B daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. bell, R. E. Guy, E. F. Curtis, And GARAGE Corlett of Summit, was taken Kenneth Schaffer, Ken Otto, 13411 Pacihc Ave.nue atWashmgtoo Br~kdale j to. t.he Northern Pacific hos- Virgil Wilson , L • A ~ Pulley P. 0. Box 64.5. Parkland, , . , Fred p1taI Saturday suffermg from a Most, George Garrison, A. 0. MOTOR REBUILDING broken leg, possible fractured Anderson, Harley Hornbuckle; Lathe & Press Work, Con- ribs and facial cuts. With a girl hostesses were Mrs. Baker and Rod·Grinrlino. Surface Grinr!. ing, Piston, Qrinding, ·Brake friend she ran across the road Mrs. Ray Gogan. CORN BEEFu boneless, lean lb. 45c To California l.>1 um l urning, Heboring, and was struck by a car driven > • v3/85c Main Line Boring, Pin Fit- by Bill Turner of Graham. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miner ting,! Rod Aligning, Arma· Corlett says that Joyce is rest· and .Bill and Diana are leaving lb. 49c G~OUND ROUND • WAGONS, DOLL CARRIAG.ES, ture Turning. Bank Terms. ing as well as can be expected for California today {ThursBEEF ST.EW, lean boneless lb. 45c SCOOTERS, ROCKING HORSES, and will be in a cast for six ·day)'. MT. Miner will attend weeks. three weeks of C-119 school at PC)RK lean. • • • lb. 39e AND OTHER CHRISTMAS TOYS Sale, Carnival Hamilton Air Force Base while VISIT OUR-· ~~ICED. BACON, no end cuts lb. 49c TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Don't forget the Ortl10pedic Mrs. Miner and the children RECORD SHOPPE sale at the Summit Trading Co. visit grandparents at San Wl:INE~S .. lb. 39c Don't forget to see that BABY DOLL store Thursday and Friday and Raphael, Calif.; and her sister, MIXED LUNCH MEATS • lb. 45c Mrs. Fred Stewart, a:t Napa. She Drinks, She Wets, She Sleeps "ii

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Carnival· A Success Marlene ·Corrigan of Midland REAL ESTATE was_ certainly out to prove that 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland it takes quality to get quality GRanlt~ 869.:t Anytime and .besides you have to know it when you see it. First she won blue ribbons on her chickens NEED A~ HOME? at the recent Poultry Exhibilf So Contact tion in Seattle, then Grand DAVE CRAIG champion on a dozen. brown or eggs, and the same on an Angel food cake that she made from eggs from her flock, then she was a meni'ber of the first place Junior judging team, which judged production and meat birds, · culled ten fayers, and graded a dozen eggs accordin~ to the government standards. Of Lois Jensen .of Fife was individual high scorer in the entire contest, and other blue ribbon judges from Pierce County were, George Bluhm, Alice Lewis, Judy Graves, Alice Armstrong and Dale Rees. Red went to Jack Schmitt, Linda Jensen, im England, ·Jim Bennett, Ann Bluhm, Ronald Brown, Gary Fors and George Aiken. White "' to Edward Packard, David Hammar, Dick Badham and Steve Fors. f'"y ~. !'. 11!11 11 the judging'. Pierce .'L"':".~ ~ ! _ Y !.T .!!• Besides . Q1.i'ick. relief NEPHRON ·IN· County earned 5 champions, 48 HALATtON THERAPY has blue, 11 red and 1 white ribbon 'helped countless thoUSa!ldS. Ask in Poultry, and of that group, about our Trial !1ffer. See your 3 champions, 14 blue and 7 red Drugg·lst or wJnte NEPHRON came from Jim Sales SpariaCOMPANY. Tacoma 1, Wash. park club. The champions were . · · · , · f Allee. Armstrong s Domman RADIO and T.V. White Cross-bred pullet and HOSPITAL David. I-Thmmar's Lt. Brahama pullet and cockerel. Spana-park WE FIX SICK TV AND judges and exhibitors were, Alice ·· RADIOS Armstrong Ann Bluhm, George Call LA.• 2210 9 to 9 ' 8320 so. Tac. Way Bluhm, Edward P?ckard, Judy Graves . and David Hammar. Collectively they'showed Ducks, . Geese, Broilers, New Hampshire, Leghorn, Rhode Island Reds, Light Brahma and Dominant Leveling - . Road Gradlo(I White Cross-bred chickens. Land&eaplng Tw f th s pana-par . k group · · ·1°'·. Back Fiiing .. o o · e Top Soll won blue rib'bons on their gardLarge and Small IOozeflll en projec'ts this year, Alice ArmFrank Rearden strong and Edgar Lee Graves; who are assisted in their work GR. 5758 by Mr. W. L. Gamin.

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Leg~I ~otices · PETERS & WITT Attorneys 11222 Pacific Ave. In State The of s. up. e...rio. r Cou.rt Of The Washington For The County Of Pierce. NO. 58764 NOTICE TO .CREDITORS In The M~itter Of The Estate of EDWIN S. HARVEY, . Dece~ed Nqtice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims. against s'.lid deceased are . hereby reqmre.d. to serve the same, duly ver1f1ed, on said Administrator or. his. at-~~-----'"-_.;..-"-.__----'--I torneys of record. at the address · below stated and file the same with the Cletk of said Court, to-""""____..._________ I ~ethe~ "'.ith proof of such service, with1!1 six mo.nth~ after ~e dat~ of first pubhcat~on of this notice red. or the same will be barDate of first publication October 28, 1954. GRAH~¥. HARVEY Adrmmstrator of 1~2'~g ~~~lfi~ Avenue Tacoma, Washington PETERS & WITT Attorneys .for Estate 11222 Pacific· A venue Puolished ..in the· Times-Journal -~-_..;.--'-c----'___... I Oct. 28; :t-rov. 4, 11,.1954.

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The second prize, a pair of pillow cases, went to Mrs. Bea Gilstrap. School children win• ning priz~ are Judy Anderson. Sharon Cbarbaneau and Robin Axel.sen.

Mrs. Fred Anderson, president of Elk Plain P-TA and BDITOR'S NOTB - All P"~pedy chairman of the hamper proj. signed l.ettfts to tbe Editor will be ect at the Oct. 23 carnival at printed ae submitted, excepting deletions of portions which might b~ coathe school, wishes to thank all sid~red libelous. It is not the purpose those who co-operated in makof the Tlmos-Joutnal co take side& in rontroversial questions; the Letter Box ing the hamper feature so very is designed m~ely co perJllit the exsuccessful. The amount cleared pression. of· opinions of readers COil· cerning mutters of local intereat. was $118.95. Even more important that the money raised for 1l the P-TA was the satisfaction of knowing that the many beautiful artciles in the hamper will be used at Cherub Ranch, a local IRIENT Parkl'and Times-Journal home for small children. Win· OR BUY ner of the contest was Mrs. Parkland, Washington New Seta Mildred Cameron, Rt. 1, Box Dear Sir: 423, Spanaway, who is connectThe Franklin-Pierce District Hi-Booster Club wishes to thank ed with the charity institution. Antennas, $6.95 to$ you for the publicity given to Own On11 Per our organization through news for Only · Week Self Service and stories, pictures and ;µmounceComplete ments in your paper. Your fine cooperation is greatLaundry Service ly appreciated. · FERN HILL Yours very truly, 1129 Broadway· LAUNDROMAT Marion C. Mueller Tacoma HI 8617 & DRY CLEANERS Corresponding Sec. 1700 River Road . Puyallup 5-7709 8420 Pacific Ave. H:A 9736 Franklin Pierce Dist. Hi-Booster Club

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~ll Irish, blue awards in poulThe P-TA is trying to get an- Delbert Angermeir, Jack Getaz, at the last meeting of the Midtry, Beverly Paulik, 2nd high other coffee urn by saving· the Charles Spencer, Marvin Cream- land Gtiild, with :Mrs. Francis individual Home Ee. judge, 3rd bands from M.J.B. coffee. All er, Harold .Sherry and Richard Hushek presiding. The members are planning many interribbons. Individual· awards are: high Home Ee. judging team, those who have coffee bands Larsen. white award angel food cake, and wish to donate them are 4-H Leaders, Seniors esting booths for adu1ts and Mary Townsend, red award in A demonstration on the "Sel- asked to bring them to the P-TA Fruitland Grange hall will be children· as well as a Chtistmas Home Ee. judging; Marilyn ection and cutting of Christmas meeting. Be sure to leave the the meeting place of .the Pierce Gift booth with many lovely Spearman, red award in Home Trees" was given by David key on the band. County 4-H Leader's Council handicraft articles. Some of the Ee. judging; .Nina Ayers, red Hammar at the meeting of the I take this opporunity to tell an dthe Pierce County Senior members who are working very award in Home Ee. judging; Little Paul Bunyans, the 4-H Midland that our play area at 4-H'ers Tuesday evening, Nov. hard to make this affair a sucLorraine Beshaler, re.d award Forestry club. The group plans the school is ,finished, and wish 16, at 8:00. cess are: Mesdames Lee Galangel food cake, 3rd high Home to sell Christmas trees and orn- I could thank each and every Turkey Dinner yean, Kenneth Lampitt, Charles Ee. judging team; Janet Spear- amental ferns dUrlng the Christ- one that donated their time and Don't forget-Midland Ortho- Brouwer, Marie Carr, Herman man, blue award angel food mas season. To order trees, energy to this worthwhile proj- pedic Guild's turkey and baked Bolander, Ellis Larsen, Henry cake, red award Home Ee. judg- please call David Hammar at ect, in person, but this will have salmon dinner-Friday evening, Teffre, Peter Teffre, Roy Taying; JoAnn Schumacher, 1st GR 5570, Jim Anderson at ·WA to do for now. Thanks again, Nov; 12, from 5 until 7, at the lor, Carl Taylor, Francis Hushhigh ind~vidual Home Ee. judge 7660 or Marlene Corrigan at friends. Midland Community club hall. ek, Clarence .Johann, Laverne with score of 391.2 out of a pos- GR 8545. Future plans include Speaker for the evening, Bring your whoie family and en- Olsen, Albert Asplund, Russell sible 400; Marlene Corrigan, project notebooks a.pd tours of Norman Ducker, is an exchange joy an evening of country car- Malray, Don Kemp, George Grand Champion angel food cake the sawmill and lumber camps. teacher from New Zealand. At nival after partakin~ or a de- Lind, Opal Goebel, Charles and Grand Champion dozen Any 4-H'er interested in taking present he is teaching at Geiger licious meal with all the trim- Berg, Mimi Shupe, Doug Morris, brown eggs, 1st high Poultry a forestry project is welcome to school. His topic is "The Com- mings included. A small dona- Ethel Walker, J. Shilling and judging team, blue awards in contact Gilbert Carlson at WA parison of Schools and Living tion· of $1 for adults and 50c Walter Corrigan. · poultry and eggs; Sharron Esh· 7873, leader of the club. Between the United States and for children will be asked .witn Hostesses for the November peter, red award in Home Ee. The regular meeting of the New Zealand." Sure sounds in- all the proceeds of the eve- meeting were Mesdames Kenjudging; Valeria Bombardier, Harvard-Midland P-TA will be teresting. Come out and hear ning going towards the Ortho- neth Lampitt, Ellis Larson and 3rd high Home Ee. judging held, Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 8 Mr. Ducker. pedic fund for the new Mary HermaJ} Bolander, while those team: David Hammar, Champ- p.m. in the Midland school with The first grades are to be the Bridge Children's hospital now who will be serving at the Deion English breed male and fe- Mrs. David McPherson presid- hostesses with the mothers being built in Tacoma. cember meeting will be Mesmale,. blue awards in poultry; ing. in charge. They are Mesdames Final plans were discussed dames Cora Taylor, EthelWalk-

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nd News Marlene Corrigan GRanlte 8545

(Crowded Out Last Week) 4-H News

Midland 4-H'ers ..took the show" at the Washington Junior Poultry Exposition, held at Seattle recently. Besides enter~ mg angel food cakes and poultry exhibits, Home Economics members judged broken out eggs, frozen dressed chickens, angel food cakes, and best buys !1n eggs. Poultry members judged live b~ for f;,gg production, live birds for. meat production, live birds to cull or keep and candled eggs for commercial grading. The 12 entrants came home ·with championships, high judgmg banners and hosts of award

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er and Elizabeth Johnson. Altar Society The Altar Cociety of St. John of t'he Woods Parish met at the Midland Community club hall last week with Mrs. Melvin Morrill presiding. Final plans were discussed for their coming parish turkey "Evening of Games" to be held at the hall Friday, Nov. 19, with the men of the parish, under the leadership of Peter Coleman, in charge of the games while the women will take care of a Christmas gift booth where :many beautiful handmade articles will be avail, able to those wishing to purch-· ase their Christmas gifts ahead of _time. Assisting with the gift booth are Mesdames James McCarthy, Thomas Galivan, Peter Coleman, Francis R. Reding, Frank Couture and Amlbrose Coleman with Mesdanies Russell Beals and Lawrence Cleary in charge of the refreshments,

Canyon R d I News Mrs. Harry Smith GRanite 8438

Attention, Garden club members! A talk and demonstration featuring corsages will highlight. the evening program at the Canyon Road Garden club meeting Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Albert Guy will be guest speaker and the demonstrator. Members are asked to Christmas taible arrangements for judging and also material for corsage making. Thanks Everyone Mrs. John R. Andrews and Mrs. John Folk wish to thank everyone for helping to make the ham dinner a huge success. To Mrs. L. R. Field goes a verbal orchid for the splendid number of tickets which she kold. Orthopedic

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H!:i:ently out in the Midlandarea south of Tacoma, r;t<1pped in at several farms livestock is being raised. at the Fred Rousseau Mrs. Rousseau is a 4-H there who is over-burd· as many of these volun4-H lcnrlcrs arc with too members with too many Its thf' same old story community needs more krs. Anyway, Mrs. Rousson Philip was raising a fl; reford steer which they plan ;c;Jaughter. They wanted to some questions a'bout a practical feed for Philip's aniWe decided what it be and that a 90 day feed would be a:bout right their situation. From there Rousseau, Philip and I over to see another 4-H'ers projeet. This was Lynn Bast.ram in Midland area. Lynn has some excellent fat Herefords rYhich he hopes he can again on pasture through December and have nine months pasture as he did last year. This not irrigated pasture. The Bastrom's believe the applieaof fertilizer has been a big in their long-grazing pasLast year they put on 300 acre of 5-10-10 in March. year they put on the same amount of superphosphate per acre plus manure in March. They have rotated their cattle bf'tween two four-acre pastures. From there I went over to a farm east of Parkland. The sheep farmer had phoned me week hefore that his spring iambs had failed to gain in weight as they should. They certainly had not either. They were "light as a feather." After catching one it was easy to see why. They were bein~ sucked almost lifeless by ticks. Well, one dusting of some methoxychlor powder took care of the ticks in short order. Now with some good alfalfa hay and a little grain all the sheep are "perking up."

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The Tacoma Weavers Guild will hold a bazaar, style show and tea Friday, Nov. 12 •. ·in Weyerhaeuser hall, YWCA. Open ing at noon, there will be a fine display of hand woven materials. The style show is at 2 p.m., the tea from 2:30 to 4 p.rn. The bazaar continues until 9 ln the evening.

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FOR SALE - 18' trailer hous'1; sleeps 4: 1954 license. and tax paid; GR 6433. 12c9

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Ironing and baby sitting, any time; GR 3166. 14c9 --··---.-----·.-· LOST in Park!land, lady's gold ring set with cluster of opal~; GR 5465. 6c9

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Community Party Yoµ are COI"dially invited to attend ·a Community Party at the Tac;:oma Community hall, N,ov. 12th at .8:30 p.m. It .YOU have any . gaines you . like to play bring them along, children too. The. luncheon will be pot luck. We would like to see all our old Tacoma friends there; it's a good chance for everyone to get acquainted/meeting old and new friends and have fun. Thanking you, Mrs. Albert Larsen Secretary

need for a "Girl Friday". One !Bunch who can ~ssist you with that CARROTS ...... Sc speech, compose your letters when you're rushed, take tele- Idaho No. 1 10 Lbs. phone dictation, do accounts receivable, type your statements SPUDS •.• ••• , 45c or perform any other duties of a well trained executive sec- Indian River Pink retary. My home secretarial Grapefruit • 4 /25c service will meet your needJ; In 1939 the Navy had <>nly 80 HI 4173. 14c9 ----· Prices Effective . destroyers-30 in the Atlantic B·A.BY SITTER needed in my Fri,&. Sat., Nov. 12th&. 13th an. d 50 in the Pac.ific. Today home, from noon till 5, part · . the.re are 125 destroyers in the time; call GR 5910 evenings. Pacific alone. ·------·----5c_9. I • <tLIST WITH LORING ,._~ $5700.00 "i>'i1.s $300 DOWN; Pacific Avenue <>('o~ district; 4 bedrooms, . living PACIFIC AVENUE room, ·dining room, kitchen;. built-ins; wired 220; automati~ 115 FEET on the Avenue by 540' deep. Level an:'! hot water; 2 nice lots. Call clear, would make ideal. trailer sife. Good 2 bedRalph Decker, HI 9579. room. home, workshop. Property on hiway alone NORTHWEST PUYALLUP worth asking price of $8250. More land available. Bill Black, GR 8691 or GR 3272. 2/3 ACRE fine soil, well drain. LIJ ed; modern 5-year-old 2-bed· j: BUSINESS BUILING room home, shake exterior; large garage, nice lawn. G.I., Z ON MAIN STREET ln Parkland. Small down pay. FHA or contract. Call Hal :> ment, small monthly payments or good deal for Underwood, HI 9579, PR 9896. cash. Mr. Loring; GR 8691.

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. •J CUSTOM GRINDING- Highland Feed· Mills, ~6th & Portland Ave., GR 8585. 15~8

The Spanaway Volunteer FirePuy21llup 5-8186 men's Auxiliary will have their CHICKEN Fertilizer social party Friday, Nov. 19, at cheap, GR 82()3.

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TELEPHONE. NUMBER....- .•- ..:.~·-···---····----·-··--Mall to Spanaway Water Co., Box 211, Spanaway. For Information, call Hugh Gonyeau, G6 · 8285 or Lee Corp, G.R 7064.

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Harold Y17elton,·Olive·winta11111; Harcy Y\Thite and Beulah Ballard. · Pioneer Passes Many friends were saddened to hear of the passing of A. I?. Kuhn Sr. of Orting, a long time resident of Elk Plain. Mr. Kuhn was 91 years old.

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Times journal v 10 no 9 nov 11, 1954  
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