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ExplOl'cr Scouts, Post No. 133, again request that people of the

Parkland ~ Spa11U\V8J.r area give them their discb.rded C:hl'istmns t.:ccs. Tl1c t:rceS may be left on the lot back of Trinity Lutheran parish house. Last y<'ar the Explorers carted off 700 trees, taking them to Camp E:ilworth where they were

Shamrock Ta vcrn, box of cigars for dnddy. Parklnnd Fuel Oil Service, 10 gallons Chevron Supreme for daddy's ca~-. IGA Foodtown, full Heinz baby food. Patty Ann Bakery, . the community. h · · · t I . . . c nstenmg par y ca \e. For purposes of e~tabhshmg Rudy's Feed & Seed Co., 8-lb. eh6ibihty to win tlus fme award, box Sturdy dog food for buby's boundaries of the <irea are: From t South 96ih St. to SouH1 I-1Znd St.. and from Golden G1v.en road t.<J McChotd Air Force Base. This is an informal contestno blanks to Iill out. no entry rcqmrcments, no calls to make. staff will

)i:pectant mother is going to a ;1ospital in some pince other than Taco1na or perhaps ;,.yiJl ~nvait tJ-10 slurk in her hon1e, some relative should immediately notify tli e Times - Journal staff I LE 7 0223 I should the little stranger arrive early in the nc\v year. As soon as the identity of the Baby Derby vvinner is established definitely th0 (;ifls will all be aYnibblc. Several will be delivered Lo the mother at the hospihl. the others may be claimed by t.111_~ pro11d fathe:r i1nn1ediately oi· at l is convenience. Some of the prizes will be dcli\·ercd by the donors. The Baby Derby has become somewhat of n tradition in the con1111unily during the past nine )''0t-lrs. The prizes have ahvays, !wen valuable items needed for the new baby. This year is no eccccption in fact, the prizes a re even be Her than usual, really 'n.irthwhilc in a family ncquh·ing a nc\v mc111bcr. With these beautiful and useful giHs go the affectionate congratulations of the Times-Journal 1

TODA Y'S LAFF • • •

_Pe Carl T. Lindgren, Realtor, baby book. Gerry's Beauty Shop, free hair styling and shampoo for mother. Brookdale Lumber Co., collapsible clothes dryer. Anderson Lumber Co., O'Cedar n1op. Big B~ar Starn, baskcL choice fruits delivered to tho hos11ital. . Parklflnd Taxi, baby's first ride, homo from the hospital. Park 'n Shop, 12 bottles Karo :;yrup for baby's formula. SDinc's Parkland Shoe baby's first shoes. Parkland Laundromat, \vceks diaper service. Diane's Apparel, surprise gift for nrnthe1'. French's Premium U-Scrvc, 10 gallons of ,::as 101~ daddy's car. Tic-Toe .J<'welcry, baby ring. Flett Dairy, 12 quarts Grade A milk. Laurinat's Apparel, surprise gift for mother. Parklnnd Florists, bouquet of flowers delivered nt the hospital. Blue Spruce Sctvice, auto bottle 1varrner. Parkland We~tern Auto, doll for baby. Pierce County Refuse Co., three months free garbage service. Johnson Drug, baby Bott.!eMastor insulated ·c'1rrying case. Art's ·shoes & Repairing, shoe shine kit for daddy. Safc1vay, J2 Evcn~Flo nu1·sing bottles complete: large size ,Johnson baby powder, large size ,John-

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HUGH CLEARANCE SALE STILL IN EFFECT! SJ\ VE 20 r;-~1 '_f() £)0 r·~ Durinr: the Holiday Season is t.hc 1inv_: to g-ct t hnsc shoes l'r•pnired. So111et.11in;; for free wit.Ji hr.•cls and, 01· soles. dress ~h('C'S shint>cl. 111inor rip:) S('\\.!l, 11('el }l~H1~ ·ir Jl('CdPd, \Ynrk shoes gre:·1scd.

son baby lot.ion, ju.r of Johnson baby soap. Esther's Nook, a baby bunting, rlclivcrcd t.o hospital for baby's trip home. Don Ccy's Union Service, one gallon PT Anti-Freeze for daddy's l.:ctr.

Garfield Vflriety Store, a night.y for a girl or rompers for a boy. ML Vi'"'. Cleaners, silver fork and spoon set.. National Rank of Washington, Parkland B1·ancl), $5 savings ncco11n1. fm hahy. I' A U L 'S SH 0 ES GPrry's Barbel' Shop, haircut Spana'\':1Y and shnmpoo for daddy. Op011 U a.111. to 6 p.111. Fletcher's Markr'1., case of 4S ·11-;~i~th 8.: Pacific Ave.; No. 1 tall cans of Carnation milk LEnox 7-6297 , for baby's formula.

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-.. . . . , . _ NEW LEADERS - Pwhmod. above are tne new omcei·s o! Parkland Lodge No. 239, F. & A. NJ., '\Vho tve:rc instaHed Satu.1'J~y evening in ttie r~.·iason:i~ batH at 8JSk1 and- S(.nrth Pu:tk avenue~ They are: left to rit;~rt, seated:_.AHre:d l'd. Smith, Se:nior \Varden; D·:>ugJas ·Fa!H·y,, ':Vorshipfnl I~:~.1crso1l i'arpenni~1g, Jun!or \'VanJen; stunding: Bryan Logan, chaplain; rfrav Drye1.:, Senior Dea.con; G:rodplorer Post; advisors are Bill Carr v~g, treasurer; A:rthur J301.-v1nan, n1arsh3.H; Lo:rien Brctck, secrctur~1; Roy Cozine, (JunP.or Dcacan; 1l{cs1C"y and Dales Storaasli and the sen- ftfcKev1'en, Senior Stc·ward; Jack Fabry, Junior Ste1vard. Absent \vas-Jbhn Thon1s~n~ cu·gB.ni~;i. Photo by l\1cl(evven Vvilliams,

1\.1asch of Dirnes driv jn Parkland mcoa. The drive wlll hr' launched al. a kick-off dinner ,Jan. 3 at the Tacoma Athlet:c C:CJmmiHee hall. . , Mr. Philltps has called a meeting of everyone interested in the .success of tho annual can1pajgn, to be hold at the h:rnk Monrlay, Dec. 30, at 1:00 p.m. At.. this time the ca1npaign \vill be organil.cd, districts will be assigned and plans completed to expedite the drive. 1,;;

TWO SMALL PARISHIONERS look out from the doorway nf one of the srnaUest churches in the United Stutc::.;. The \·\'ayside Mission at Elbe, Vrashingion. Sc.ating cupnt.:ity vf the chuTch is appro-xin1atciy 3fi to ·lO pers:·u1s. ()ng!nc.uiy a German Lutheran Church, it is now owned by the Pentecostal Baptist Ghm·ch of God in Ell.Jc. 0.-iginal name of the little dwrcl1 is siii! visible in the pkture just above the "'\Vaysidc Ivhssion'' sign. l\Jclie1ven Photo

Elbe's Church In Miniature Constructed In The Year 1906 Rain Defied In The yea1; was l!JOtl. Times were the kind that required hard, industrious labor on the part of those who we1·e the oettler:o in thc:oe foothill towns built Xmas Party around lumbering and agriculture in Washington St.ate. Such a to\vn \\~as Elbe, \Vash. and 'ouch a settler was Henry Lui.kens. The Luth ens hon~'cstead 1vns ac~ tually the site upon which mos:. of the small town was ploltcd. Mr. Lui.kens decided to contribute the land and furnish the njnney ncccss;~ ry t1J build the Evangelical Lutl1eran l\irchc (the C:crman word for "Church". I that year. In order to accon1plish his purpcn;<'. ho purchased a honH'!;tr•;Hl h"lon,;ing to another early settler, Ross Comstock. The Comstock plot is the land upon which the church wa:o construdcd and still stands. Prior to the buildin" of lhc church, these eal'ly sc~.t.lers, of whom :i!most all \\·ere GPrman, hP]d thrir ,,·i:cldv scrvic~~s in t.hc Elbe Dance II:;ll.~ Their 111 inititcr~) v.:r'rc the pa~1t<Jrs ~1crving, the Puy·

names as: Rev. Carl Orte}; Rev. Carl Killean; Rev. Their; Rev. ,Jahr and Rev. Eronk. CongrC>gational n1cn1bcrs of early days came not only from Elbe. hut. from Alder, Mincrnl and Eatonville as well. If one 1vcrc to exarnine the records of jhis first concrngat.ion, t.hcr<C. would he founO nainc~ including: Mr. and Mrs. Ilcnrv Lu:.kons; Mr. ·· and J\fi_r5, Chas. Lut:hcns; 1\1:r. and Mrs. Chl'istian F'rit.z; Ml's. \'Vadcrlc; :\fr. and j\frs. Geo. Myers; !\fr. aml l'vlrs. Brewer: Mr. :rnd Mrs. TL Ifolb; M1·. Boetcher; Mr. E:rnse; Mrs. Faulk and Mr. Hates. Today the Litt.le Church is t.he scene of services held hy t.hc Pentrco;ital Baptist Congregation. Sunday school 1s held each Sunda.v JJ'Jorning ·at G:,15 a.111. \\·ith f;c·1·yit·cs follo·wing Ht 11 o'clock. Recently the Lions Club-of .Elbe

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Last n1onth's n1c-cting \\'SS held at the borne of dub member Gary Robertson. At this n10et.ing Erni<:~ :Hopp f'~:plainr.rl rtnd nn~·n:t.·c1·c~d rnany qur:st.ions a bout c11ff P.r0n I 4-I-I ptojc~r~f..';. This \Vas very i11fntT11ativc 1n al] n1cn1hc~rs. /\.fLer\\'Rrds ri_.1rs . .Rol11:rtson sr1·y0d re-

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Arthur 'Wing, general chairman ostry. This should be a very for the ·part.y. was assisi:"d by tcrcstiug n1eeLin~~· many interested men of the comnn1nity. Ed_ Davis rrprcsc-nt.C'd l'arkland Post, Amcrica11 Legion; Bii! Black furnished, tbl'O public addrcs::; syste111 fro111 hi::; bus; \Vcs Mcl{e,VerL and Earl Rau helped ML Vv'ing in assembling the goodies of the treat and h1 ha11dling the c:.:o,vd of youngsters 011 t.he

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The prog1·an1 featured or;;un selections by Gii.1.i Dryer and vccM:isonic Tc1nple 8·11.h and South nl selection by Ruth Magdanz Park a\~cnuc. This \vns the foul'th \vith accon1panin1cnt by Jcn1;ie, annual installation for the Park- Grodvig. JV}j·s. Frances I\1acCalland ;::;roup. lun1 \\'as the installing Ol'fjtu1ist. Duu;,;!;.i;.: Fahr.v 'vns installed as Pouring at the coffee hour Worc:hipful ~,fostrr; Alfred Smith. \Vere TuJrs. I-Telon Thon1as, lVIrs. Senior \Vnrd(~P; Ea1crson TarpenDorothy French, Mrs. E:fie uin;::;, .Junior \ Vartie11; Alfred Ruel< and lvlrs. Marjorie Fahy; Groch'i;_;, trea:-:urcr; Loricn Buc~k, n:iombers c:f Faith Chapter No. s:-erctnYy; Asthu1· Bo-..vrnan, JVIar255 0. E. S. a~siste<l. shul; Tn1 ver."l D:-yer, Senior Deacon; Eoy ,J, Co7.PlH:\ Junior Deac.:Billy R. S:nith, Seaman, USN, on; \;Vc~:,]cy 'C. Jv1~Ki~\ven, Senlor Ste\vard; Jack B. Fabry, Juniol· of Spana\:\.·ayr aboard tbe dock Steward: John IL Thomas, Tyler. 1oi,1ding sbip USS Bene Grove! The insLaLing officers included took part in a.h a1nphibio11s trainiVorshipful Brother Neil W. ing exercise ln the San Diego ·· Cnn1p PcnCleton, CHlif., area 1'8·· Thon1as, I~1st.Hlli11g !viaster; \Vorccntly. shipful Brother David R. Harkness, Installing Marshal; \Vor-

Installing Chaplain; Worshipful Brother Orval French, Installing Secretary. Snrlic Grnh2m w"s the l'cfreshrncnts hostess ;1nd .tvlaric Jtolstad 4~H \\'a~:.;; jn cJ12sgc of decorations. DisOn December 23 the officers of tril1u tjng progran1s. usl)cring and the Busy Beavers 4-ll club will serving \Ycre done by Faith Asat.lend a 4-H officers training sembly No. H5. Hainbow Girls: school at the' \Vestern \Vashi11gton Experiment Station. This is SEE THE WEEKLY being arranged on a count:';.r .. ,vid;; basis hy Count~r Agent Gcor~c Purcell. Evcryon.c· hopes to benefit grNtly by this.

The .Dcccn1liL~r nicf:ting will lH-' Santa Claus arrived as usual in hf'Jd at the: Viattcrson hnn1c on a Parkland fire truck, bringing Mile B Dec. 31 ar. :10:00 a.m. Thrtreats to all the youngsters wait· spccinl guest '\vill be County Agent tloc Euhaley, .in charg:.:: of for·· ing by the tree.

church structure a pc1~sonal .p1~oj& burh eel in order to maintain and coll· 1lw1., this unique and histDncal b11ik!ing n1 thcil'· com111tu1!ty. . As 2 rr:::sult.. visitoi£s fo1·tu11ate enough grounds. 'There ,.,,:ere ot.bcn:; iNho to ~.f.r.;p iP. Elbe o.n :3 Sunday ·c.JJ1 cs;J111!nr:: t.hr: nuaint intcricn~ ;ls v·01J H:'; '\Yltifc fnnnr ,-,y·te-rioie of

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Janu<fr:/ 1 each year n1ust report their addrm1sos by tho ond uf that n1onth. Only th~ follo\\'illg clnssc~s of aJic·ns arc excused fro1n this rcquirc1nent: ( 1) AccreJiLt!d lJiplom:;ls; I 2) Persons ar.crr.<lited to e< rt ri.in international organizations; and To co1nplcte the ca111paign as ( ;1 .l Those ad1ni:ted ten1porarily r~qJidly as potisible a large nu1nas agricultural laborers. ber of assistants 1vil1 be necesForms \:.:ith \vhjch to 1nrrkc the sary. Interest has been indicated report can be obtained fro1n any b.Y several groups in the com1nunity and their help, and that of Post Ofiice or Immigration Office others will be g1·ently appreciated. dtr!"ing the inonth of January. Mr. Bcyd said tha.t the law Fur further details, Mr. Phillips provides severe penalties fo1· failmay be contacted at the bank by ure to comply with the reporting calling LE 7-8601. 1·cquircn1ent.

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PuynllupJ vlho passed av/ay Doc, 18. Arn.on.g Sti1;viY~ c~nuary 2 lng n•lnLivcs are her husband; a daugh!0r, Mrs, G', 0. B.nol. c;f ColHns P'-Tf\ e~~-2c1rt1v2 bo::trd \.\'ooJ!and, a.nd 'L\".''O other daugh"' TI1(''-."''Lin;1. ti.•!'S i.n Puyallup, Mrs. P, I:. doe· January 7 rnnn and l\1rs. n,)bert. rrhurston; Brookdale P-TA executive ulso a brother, P. B. Rolley of board n1eeting, Central Avenua Puynllup. Cub Scouts Cub Scout Pack 91 held their meeting Friday evening, Dec. 20, in the Methodist church in Puy· allup. The boys decorated two CAREFULLY trees at the meeting with decora-

led by lvfrs. Clyde Re2d and Mrs. D. M. Thomason with Roberta Reed as Junior I.1cnder) arc g.:.~t­ ting a fine start with their new organizntion. 'I'hese junior 4.,.II'ers arc 1neeting tvvice a n1on th no\\' to get better orientated as to

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".rhe TI.MES" JOJJRNAL ett~ j~eJgrl$Ilr fOrrileT \~:aHer Rared Ivh:s. Ivfny p1'£:sented S1;;lgren ·Y>'ith .gifts. fro1i1 sonie of

1.vh0re visited thr'h' son Nvr-_rfr; and his f:11nily, especiu1Jy v.:i.tI1 Lhc; Tad L::e.

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'I'hursday, December 2G, 1957 The TIMES - JOURNAL

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The Culu1nbin Crest· gT~Hle school had a sp!cudjd Christ111as prc:r;;rarn in the school r:cv1nnasi1u11 on i:rw.:~:duy r~\'<.:·nih;:i:, JJ(·c, J4, l\.. i:1rgc crO\'i"d n,ssernbh~d to b:: \Yell entertained by this year's schoo lorch~'.St.Ta anLl each class ~:::.:.:n:_;· Lhr...:e oJ: fc.11r of the b2autihil Chrisln~~J.~1 t_:.uro1s. Tlic schorJ rooms nnd hall::i, 11'~ Vi'".".: ll n.s the r.;:nnnasium, "\VeTe nl.l hconntifully decomkd and lovely posters with Christmns gr0ctings were d:splayed throur;hout tho school building to welcome all \vho ,\·cre present. Our school has a corps of hard 1vorking teachers that the coin .. n11_;nity cnn i,:n~ll be pi·oud of and thuir uffol'1,s and interest shcnvn lo tLeir pupils a.re truly UJJl_)recia'~_ed. by the: parents. I-Ion~e Fron1 Trip

We're r-eaUy e!ecmim;1 B~g Been·" and evell'Jbody is invited tc c.om~ (f~\•1n and lliegp ! AH eJJf th(!: natio!l'B~u!y kirM:llW~] bmnd!ii yc!l.! k woow ©iirad respee1t' ieore beirn19 s@ld 1t1t 1·~11e k.Jwest l{M:issib~e p~~kes, se hMrry on d~wirn to)l'otur iocai Big 8e~r St@lle em1d sh~ek up \'lilii'h b(jr~aim;!

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i::r; Claude Stafford, -..vaHle iron. Cirl Seoul I'I"oop 202 has n1ade 140 liti"lc Christ1nas tree favors fi111"l wiih candy for the tables nt. State Soldiers Ifome cit Orting, ·v/h1:--n you sr'r: vc~tcrflns selling D1uc Crn'cches ;rnn, 3 and 4, please c0Yltrihut0 as ihnt is for l\)Jio Foundation. Next meet'.ng -.vi!! he Jan, 0 at 1:00 p.111. in Sunshine hn.IL F'!c,:Jse con;e out. The Post rln<l Auxiliary join in \vishing mc1nhr::·s and all tl:(:ir friends aH the joys uI the ho2itL1y ~cason. 1

On Sunday 1norning, Dec. 15, three members o[ the staff of the Tirnes Journal \Vere present at the services of the Wayside Mission at the little Lutheran church, The Rev. Diviney enter· fained the audience with a mis-, siona1·y film sho\\ring the ,'\VOl' k being done in Japan, after 'vhich Miss Valerie Imm of the Tim~s Journal t?ok pictures of t e church, Miss Imm was accompanied by Mrs .. Esther Goddard and rvirs. Neva Jioncy1,vell. PostoH.ice Busy The Elbe post office is truly 'vvorking over time this -..veek. Both Mrs. June Kast and Muriel Schmirlt appreciate the splendid co-operBtion of the con11nunity in helping them by mailing their cards )etters and packages earJy. Greetings! Yom' correspondent, Pearl Engel, has been so s·wan1pcd ·with Christrnas greetings that she finds it just j1npo.ssiblc to nns'\ver a ho.st of thctn, cspccio.lly of our in1mediate cu1nmunil:y. I a1n thrilled with the thought that so 111any of my friends and former p11pib of 59 yc;nrs ago nnd later

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']' '11 enston ranae ux1 iary \Vl ::> F meet nt the home of JVIrs. . Kronquist Dec, 27. Lunch will be served ut 1:00 p.m. Auxiliary officers for 1958 clccted at the l\J"ovember meetjng are: J\1'rs. V. S!~lle, 1natronj Mrs. Ii. Johnson, assistant matron; Mrs. B. Johnston, secretary; Mrs. G. Rose, treasurer. Installa Hon ol Grange officers will he held at Fruitland Grange Urder of s;ilo: 1; Parcel nlm1her h ll . · t' , th p n lU COn]UTir. Jon WI ' OlTIOOR 1GSG:J; D1::·::;cripl,jon and Location: Grange Dec 27 at 8:30 p,m, L I,, 1-st:ory Fran1c House & Garage, Larson will be the installing offic\J0,3 South JO>Jth Street. CJrd~~r of Sak': 2. Parcel nun-1ber er. ·IG:o::>2; Dc•scription and Location: Officers for 1958-are as follows: 1-·:-;tory Fn:.1ne Ffoasc.and Gnrngc, G, Rose, master; V, Selle, overseer; EL Moreland, asst, steward; J0•10 South '109th Street. Order of S::tlc: 3; Parcel number Mrs. B. Selle, lecturer; Mrs, D, 1G7DG; Description and Location: Launherg, chaplain; Mrs. M. 1 1,G-story Fr::;1ne Fiouse, 1602 Brodigan, treasurer; Mrs V, JohnSouth 108th Street. son ,secretary; B. Delin, ste,vard; Orchr of Sale: 4; P2rcel pumher L. Ford, gatekeeper; Mrs. E. 1G785; Description ancl Location: Peck, Cores; Mrs, B. McVicker, 1 1 :'~ -sLory Fnunc }louse, Garagr:! Po1nona; J\1rs. J. Hansch, Flora; ·and Water Syslem. 1906 South Vickie Felt, lady assistant stewl08lh Street, anl; Mrs. M. Pederson, Home Published in the Times-.Journal Econon1ics chairman; E. Peck, D:.'C, 2G, 1957; Jan. 2, 1958, executive con1miLlee. 'fhc annual New Years Eve GerrnertQ11 dance will be held at Benston hall with Boettnern Orchestra supply!Me~g;IJi ing the music. Favors and lunch; donation $1; A good time for cv\!ii!orr~i: eryonc! Special AttenHon lo Marine !Pfc Frnncis L. Cammcl, Special Equipment son of Mr, and Mrs. Earl D. Cammel of 921 South 99th Sl., is serving \Vilh l\.far.inc Aircraft Repair Squadron 37 at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Ana. Calif.

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10-0Z. PKG.

These are delicious tab!e ready hams, averaging G fo 8 lbs. in weight and are a wonderful buy.

VVo.rnen J.il~l-: to gossip Lecavss it g~h.'f'""' then1 sn1nethinr; to tnlk Y.<'nr.'; did so "\-\·nndr~rfu11y rem em~ whik: talking. her :me by sending me cardq, Cnrds came fro1n all over the United States, many not giving the addrcr~s. I nn1 using this space BtHl..1Di2'IGS T(} Bl~ to extend :rri.y sincere vvishes for Ivlf)'VEO GR L~_.S,._ZED a _pli;:asan.t Chl'jstJ.nas season. and HH't BALB AT AUCTION a wonderfully happy New Year to A.. f\'.L 1 P1'tR!{Llt. ND~ January "11 of my friends who receive the H, :i ~rsa. 'I'jn10s ,JournaJ. I greatly appre~i­ afo all of the lovely cards you OF !-HGF~\V lL YS, hc,ve taken tln10 lo send 1ne and to the hit;ht:!-it aud best bk1der: inay Cud bless everyone. Y 01ir rfh1. : rulJov/iz:Jt,; irnprO"\'Cfl1C:l1t.'.:J, Pearl Engel. t.ugcl.hc.'r \V1th shrllbs, plants, fdc., Re:pcrter --· lvlr~~- Pearl Engel,

purchased items and rcsulta'1t , . ~ .. deDr1s fron1 State .thglrvvay Pruperty by I\~:a::ch 8, 1958, oLher;}visu the p~1rclwc; 8 r shall forfoit a!l rights to ~~uch in1provc1nents and all payn1or:.ts lnadc 1J1crefor. FurL!1er, the purehnser shnll indc:mnify and snvc the Statr: harmless from rrny and all claims occasioncd by eaid romovRL The State reserves the right to '\vithdravr any narceI fl'om t]1e sale and to rojroct any and all bids,

Extra sweet and guaranteed to be garden· fresh. Se1·ve these wonderful berries for breakfast or as a toppingfm: ·"undaes - A tasty treat either way/

half.

PER

l.B. or

rs

SWA,:NSON'S :Per .Package

YCRANIERRY' Si'isCEhieken'. 2"~~~'.iei37 OCEAN SPRAY -

1 ·

A real Big Bear bargain!

MARAStHiNO ,CHERRIES ~~~:· 29 S & VI - Adds sparkle to every party drink!

WESTERN MAID MARGARINE

1

~~ :~s

FANCY DUNGENESS CRAB ~:~ 39 HARBOR BELL - Guaranteed fresh. A buy! CAMPBELL'S TO·MATO SOUP ~:;: 10 A world famous recipe and always a bargain! 112

Per Pair Only

61

«jfJIU€)e.

15

denier~

and only Big Bear brings them t.c you at this Bew. low price. Value!

RUBY PINK TEXAS

I

Save $15.00 on this beautiful table model .-mEo at your Parkland Big Bear Store only. !-Iurry!

29~95

ONLY

Seedless, vitamin rich, popular 96-size. Loaded with sweet vitamin rich juice. Buy several for breakfast at this price!

EACH

LY PER LB.

1

SUNKIST Thin skinned, juice laden. A money saving value!

EACH O~LY crisp and solid Impe1·ia! lettuce, large size!

lBS. FOR U. S. No. 1. Fresh from Arizona! lG;)th & Pacific

LE 7-5993

19

Equally at home on the table or in cooking!


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Page 6

The TIMES -JOURNAL

flatter Chatter

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EDITOR'S signed

lly Mickey Hamlin

Of US AT SAFEWAY JO~N TOGETHER IN WISH~NG YOU

Prices effective" Thursday, December 26th, through Tuesday, December 31st, in Tacoma, Sumner and

A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR

Fresh Butter Lorge c·&H Pow

Sugar

No.

AP'PLE SAUCE • '"

Cubes

Breakfast Gems Guaranteed fresh.

Skookum

,.

Dozen

Brown

Giant 46-oz. Cans

Refreshing party drink

ll

Philadelphia. 3-0z. Pkg. 39c

~CREAM J<:mprcss

~

CHEESE

25c

~

II

Iti

.

For mixing drinks.

Campbell's - Tastes so good

lOlJS-Oz. Can

TOMATO SOUP TOMATO JUICE . CUT GREEN BEANS D

II

10c

w

...

Titm1 .c Low, low price

10/Sl~OO

LUCERNE

EGGNOG

'JANYA;r_;,.,63 D Mifle::n·W ..

.

in:::~~~

F or 'federal' 12 to 16-lb. Whole or Shcmk H~lf . • • • . . Lb.

~

U.S. Choice

.

Lynden Boneless

U.S. Choice Grade

~ '5

Pound

A , S< · rtn~ur s .;ar

~ ~

~

........... Lb.57C

S'\\:arison's, Chicken, Beef, or Turkey

PANCAKE MIX 9

29C

Vettl. Beef

2-Lb. Pkg. . . . .. .. .. . .. . . . ·

~

HI. f'~ KIE. N S "~ .

p

'«·

01·

Pork

B0 L 0 GNA 3mi;,C

Lgc. or small pieces. lclcal for party snacks and sandwiches ......... Lb.

~ru

~ FRESH CRAB • • • • , , • 23C ~ ~~

m

E

UICO

IDAHO

c

II

Lb .

II

AmZONA

POTATOES

GRAPEFRUIT Special New Year's Feature 8-Lb.

DEIEPFRY

7-0z. Pkg.

Blue Bell - for your party snac.ks

,. 49c NBC CHIPPERS .. " . 35c JELLO GElATINES . 3/25c BLEU CHEESE " 93e . . 47c BABY UDAS

CHIPS FOR DI

.

"

Crispy potatoe crackers

,.

81/~-0z.

Pkg.

m

Ill

DONUTS 30 or ivs ..... , . . . . ~C Plain or Sugared

p),g.

Seven Up

Pk gs.

AoSorled vadctics

w

Pound

hkhM~

!ii

"

m

8 Oz. Pkg.

Dutch Mill

t'lii

SLICED American, Swiss or Pimento . . •

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11

Bu~'

a supply for the holidays Plus deposit

w-oz.

Ii)

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Bottles .......

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B

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41c E;u:h

Crispy fresh = for 22=0z, holiday snacks .. Pkg. 6~TTY

CROCl{r;R

BISCUITS

SLICED

¥\utkrmil!r or Homo Style @ lJ..l)z;. .

Mrs. Wright's for

~

turkey sa11d\¥ichf;)s

BREAD

will

~ ~ ~s

11

1

1

4

Building Permits 1

MAY EVERY DAY OF THE NE\A/ YEAR

A C"

BE Fl LL.ED \A/ITH

Mixer Beverages. Plus Dep. 28-0z. · Bottles . . . . . . . !',p

HAPPINESS FOR YOU! Prescription Service

391'

WINE

. Pkg.

RY TAK

For Your Holiday , Finest Quality

Ideal ..fol" c !!.~s1J1·01 cs

CHOW

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Roma or Petri

8-0z.

properly

1

Canada Dry 2

~)'HEESE

All Editor

Walgreen A9eney

(;

Pay Ught & Water Bills Here 84TII & PACIFIC AYE.

Open 7 Days a Vlcek 9:30 a.m. - 9::30 p.m.

MllflJIJS GReenfield 2-6445

5th ~113 Plus Tax ... , . , ~ " .

c

Western

BEER

Olympia, RaL11ier, etc., Case of 2! 11-0z. Bottles

Plus ~') ~g Deposit ...... ~~oU

C~1iie

of 24.,$4.39

10! Oz. Bot!ks

lu.

What's In A Name? A possible hiL on the top pop charts if it's tho right name. 'l'o the Editor: · Girls names in ail shapes 4203 East 99th Street and sizes - have been appearing Tacoma 4'1. Wash. in great numbers on the popu~ December 16, 1957 larity polls. Times Journal "Peggy Sue" by· Buddy Holly, Parkland, Washington a member of the Crickets who Dear Staff: also records as a Hsingle" is one We ol tho Franklin Pierce Hiexample of the present trend. Boostc1· club 1vish to express our Backed with "Everyday", anoth- thanks for the excellent publicity er chart maker, it has been pre- that was given for our "All Famisent on the lists for slightly over ly Breakfast" December 8, 1957. a month. Sincerely, Ml's. Helmer Erlandson One of the fastest moving Hnrrmcs" is "IIenrictta", Jin1my Publicity Chairman Deer£. current claim to fame. This "'ild, fr an tic tune soared up the ladder of pops and currently is nestled within the top five. New and on the most likely to succeed list is "Jo Ann" bv th·~ Playmates. Although "Jo A~n" is "Raising Christmas Trees for currently recetvmg the mP.jority Profit" has been one of the most popular builetins this month. of attention, with a little incenPeople with a few acres of land tive from the deejays the flip have decided that raising Chrislside, "You Can't Stop Me From mas trees has profit potential Dreaming", could .also begin the and well they might, as Pierce long climb to success. Coun Ly is a large Christmas ti~ee "Jo Ann" is also available by exporter. California alone took the Lancers but the version by the Playmates overshadows all 35.000 Christmas trees !ro:n Pierce County in 1956. Only other 'jcover" records. Mason and Kitsap counties ex"Bei·tha Lou" by Johnny Faire, ceeded Picl'CC ns suppliers of "Audry" by the Rob-Rays and California's .Christmas trees from "Bony. Maronie" by Larry Wilthe State of Washington. liams illustrate this trend even Washington supplies 7 percenL further. Dill Haley's latest "Merry of California's Christmas tree Mary Lou", is als.o an example but it is unlikely that it will ever needs. California only produces 10 percent of ils ov-rn needs, \vith see a position on any poll. the balance being imported from ;; * other States. Half-Notes: Fats Domino's new California 1956 wholesale pric"The Big Beat" is from the new es for Douglas Fir were 20 - :30 rock 'n roll picture of the same c0nts per foot and ret.flil prices name. Domino's single should ap- were 50 - 75 cents per foot. Thus pear on the top lists soon . . . a top retail price for a six foot Nobel ·watts isn•t suffering too Douglas Fir Christmas tree in badly with "Hard Times". He's Cnliforn}a ''rould brin~· $4.50. racking up plenty of sales with These and other facts arc conthis platter .. , The. Valiants are t.ained in "Facts and Figures scoring with "This Is The Nite". Rbout California Christmas Ditto for the Five R.oyales and Tre0s", avaHable fron1 the Agri"Think" . . . Just between you cultural E:-:ten~ion Service, Uni .. and me, the Chordettes' "Baby V8rsity of California, Berkelc0\ Of Mine" could be a hit . . . The CF1Hfo1·niFL. Strollers may have their first big 'Il,1a1~ket ·conditions \\'ill ahYa:v~ one \i~/ith ~ Cro·wded Classroo1a". be good for quality t;·c~:s. both The Four Preps have his "it" for export and locally. llevclopagain via "26 Miles" . . . Sam in<?: qun1ity ho,vcvc"i-, involves Cooke is scoring again \vith "I'll ~1Jtnra 1 praeti~cs s1H~h n.s shearCome Running Back To You'', one in'( and pruning. This work is of his recordings prior to "You best done when the tree is dot·Send Me", his first big one. His nvmt. Thus the work may bQ follow up, "For Sentimental Rea- dnnc int·crn1ittnntly over a five sans", ls also sho\ving action ... rnonth \vinter period of t11c yen.r Nick Todd, Pat Boone's brother, and could be a fine spare +.in1c ac~ is .picking up a fair share of the tivitv. The study of the bulletin loot \vit.h his "covcr of Danny and The Juniors' "At The Hop". "Rc,ising Christmas Trees for Johnny 1\1.lathis is due to .ibrc::ik" Profit" avaih1blr. at th~ Extenagain with "Wild As The Wind" sion Scrvke Office. will help you and "No Love". The new single get started right. coincides nicely with his new "~P~ • l\':ll " "Warn1" a)bum. ! ne ~· ~.mgmg c;,~s As predicted several weeks ago, lkin9s Xm©Js Cheer the Four Esquires' "LoYe Me ForAlJ during Chdstmas v:cck the ever!.' as n1aldng its mnrk at the red Lbus sponsored by· the Park~ shops ... 'Making Believe"_, Bon- land Business club toured the nie Guitar's latest try, is \Vay streets and roads of the area predown the line but could move up senting holiday cheer in music. fairly soon . . . Ditto for "WonDuring drrytimc holll·s choice derful Love" by The Storm Trip. recorded music was played over the loml speaker; each evening son1c organ'ization of the con1nu~nity sang Christmns enrols. The following building permits CtnTying out an old F.nglish have been issued by Ecith F. custo111 of provjding 1AC'Jrrsh111{~ni.s Jnncs County Engineer} Build- to the strolling minstrels of the ing D0pal't111cnt: Yuletide season. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Groen, $1200 move Carl F. Bonfoy <Dutch and Dec I home t.o prop:; lO!Jth & Sheridan; opened their Parkland Grill c:ich evening aL 8:30 to serve 11ipin1J hot. r.offrc, doughrm 'cs ;rnd sweet rolls :o t.hc carolJct's.

't·iiJV

Port, Sherry, White Port, Muscatel

innr( Meatless

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PARTY IDEAS

m

RH~E

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8-0z. Pkg.

I

Fancy Grade Thin Skinned Special Buy This Weekend ,.

MINUTE

~

Each

"

Florida

Refreshments

~

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Makes 'em light and fluffy

=

~

ASPARAGUS SPEARS 3/$1 ~ TURKEYS: ... Plump- Tender-Juicy .. Broad- ~ Ts· V. DINNERS . • " .. 59c ~ breasted Birds,. Ovenmready. SUH Available at ~ ~ ~ .. ~ RATH CHOPETTES· 39c §~ Safeway Siores.. ~

l<l'TCHEN C.RAFT

Fancy Grade

~

~

8 Oz, Pkg.

ii

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lb. 89c ~~

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.

ROASTING

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16 Oz. Pkg.

FROZEN

m

B

7 %.-Oz.· Ca.ns

Dinner Hour \Vidc

~

9.~ ~

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Captain:s Choice

.

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BEEF T-EON'E STEAi( .•• 89c

~ BE!Ef RIB ROAS'f ••••• 69~

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Pound

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'CUINAMON NO·ODlES & TURKEY • . 29c ~ WEINERS • • • • • ·~· 89·c 17 s ·~ C !CHICKEN TAMALES . . 2/31c ~~ ~ FISH STBCl<S • • • • • • • 29c HAWAIIAN EGG NOODLES . . . " . 35c §R PU'N CH ·,o~-

B

~ BEEF SUU.. O~N STEAK ••• 79c

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.

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Lyn•len - Special price

.

.

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~ BEEF POT ROAST • • • • • 39c

Keep n supply 1-0z. on hand ........ Jar

16-0z. Cans

.

'

~ CENTER CUT HAM SLH~ES

§ ~ §

PRE AM 31c

5/$1

a

s·ma · II ·HAMS . . ~

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INSTANT

46-0z. Cans w

c

.

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the

News

A quick meal in a can , 8-0z. Just heat & serve . . . . . Can

'

to

County -Agent

B & M BAKED BEANS

$

§

NobHiU

4-0z. Pkg.

Ill

c

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c

6%•oz. Can

Chunk Style Fine quality.

Pi A PIE MIX

c

1-lb. Pk gs.

Or

~ COFFEE 2/29c § " ~ I ~~:),. 89c ~~1:' .. ~ ~ 77 ·MARASCHINO CHERRIES . ~ ll

c c

1-lb.

Montrose, fiµe quality, in foil wrapped cubes

hite Star 1 una arty Punch

Hi

Puyallup. No sales to dealers, right to limit is resenced.

NOTE -

Lcuci:s

printe<l as sl1bn1ittcd, cxccptbg ddc· tion5 of portions which might be cohsiclcL·ed libclow:;. It is not the purpoi;e of tho:.. Times-Journal to tflke -:lides in controversial qui;a.tions; the Letter Bux is designed n1erely to permit the exM prcssion of opinions of readers con· cerning matters of local interest.

Wit-h each passing year ¥te appro;;;iato more folly iho loyalty of our fri8nd$ ~nd cus+orner~!

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PAC~~iC AVENUE . 0

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LUl>i;11BER COMPANY

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.A Sh~e Shiwe Kit So that he will look his best when he visits the hospital.

ART'S SHOES & REPAUUNG Garfield St.

AN AUTOBABY BOTTLE \VAR.MER

For LE 7-7270

Pet

A HAIRCUT & Compliments of

From

GERRY'S

Barber Shop IGA Bldg; 112th & Park Ave.

A FULL CASE

For Baby's

Baby

'l'o Little lVIiss or lVIr. Parkland

For Mommy

For Daddy

of 1958!

HAIR STYLING

A BO:XOF

FREE

I GA

PARKLAND LAUNDROMAT

FOODTO·WN

12171 Pacific Ave. LEnox 7 -4600

112th & Park Ave.

Courtesy of

11660 Pacific Ave.

GERRY'S Beauty Salon

et Spanaway

12 (?UARTS

From

PIGGLY WIGGlY When m!other and baby are ready to go home from the hospital, ot1r Taxi will give her and b<tby a warm and safe ride home.

DELIVERED FREE

Courlcsy of

Phone GR 2.. 3301

PARENT'S DINN•;'t

they may have a choice of

CARNATION

MILK

Compliments of

FLETCHER'S

The Hospital by

PARKLAND GRILL Parkland

122nd & Pacific Avenue

.A Collapsible

llAl.lilft"l!l'llli'illll!B !ii!IOll!Dl!lllH A

111.~ I tf llU I lfttti

COMPANY

I 36th & Pacific Ave.

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LEnox 7-5317

Baby Nest

Baby Scales

Will save mother many steps these winter days

BR KDALE LUMBER

406 Garfield Street

A

OUR .GIFT

IS A

Compliments of

LAUR I NAT "S APPAREL

TO THE FIRST BABY

light, wooden Clothes Dryer

lI

FOR MOTHER Delivered to

the menu.

Case of 48 No. 1 Tall Cans The World's Favorite Brand

AND APPLIANCE DEALER

!19th & Pacific

LfE7.. J322

FOR 8A:BY 1S DIET

LEnox 7-3526

MT. VIEW CLEANERS

For their :first Dinner Out

PARl(lAND SHOE STORE

From

PARKLAND TA I

FtETT DAIRY

A free pair to the first baby in '57.

To Help Ligblen The Work For Mother

326 Garfield St. OPEN

Piggly Wigg!y

Pacific at Garfield in Parkland

GRADE A MILK for.Baby's Formula

'!~!l'~~f!R!

Garfield Variety Store

1 CASE OF GERBER'S BABY FOOD

N'ATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON

~PjRE·teSTEO

from

BABY'S FIRST RIDE.

(Pd. Adv.)

Give Your Baby's feet The Right Start In

Welcome

'a

A Nighty, be it girl A Pail" .of Rompers be it a buy

To The First Baby of 1958

The very first day you are certified as the first Parkland Baby of 1958, we will open a Savings Account for you and deposit $5.00 in it, as our gift. We hope your daddy will add to it regular1y and teach you that wonderful thrift habit while you are young. ~N!i!l!i!!liliilil

PARKLAND BRANCH

A Gerber

SHAMRO.CK TAVERN

LE 7-3434

For the Baby

Member FDIC

LE '7-4888

From

11108 Pacific .Ave.

A Bank Account

Sturdy Dog Food RUDY'S FEED and SEE9 CO.

SHAMPOO

lGA Bldg.

8 us. Box of

From

and

TWO.WEEKS DIAPER SERVICE

e1

9618 Pacific

-· - W.i.tb Uur

Compliments!

Inner Spring ~"-'"-""'

, ...

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Crib Mattress ix.

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PARKLAND PHAR.MACY

PARKWAY FURNITURE 141 st & Pacific Ave.

LE 7-3941


fblicuc-k is pc.star_ FuHher details may lie had by coni:actin:; ; I t~-p1anP. tlw R;:·v. Daboock. I-iome lor Christrr1as Reporter-.~1\fr,;, .William Dalby, Ltt};l week Mr. '1nd Mrs. Em.. e1·son -Tarpc·nnirig rer:eiv1.~U svo·rd I.TI 7.,tYlG:i. from their ·son, lJaroJd, '\\'ho L iri New JHrsey. that h,• wc•-1tld be

Y@!kswagen Cl11b

I'Jr. nnd Mrs. Jerry S.Uer will honor l'!tllow V~)k;;wage.n Club of Tacomfl members at an info.rtnit1 holidr\y time open [i.ouse E\t thc-ir horn,e, 10804 A St,; Fridi:tr. Dec. 27, from - 7 ::10 p.nL until. mid~ night. ·· ·

Je:1\"(' frc1in lCurt:a.

In Korea Friends will be interested to know that Gene 8emmions is in Km•ea and Margie Semmions and children are in E:arlsbad, Minn. Hern From Utal1 Ray Flannery and his family are back from Utah sp0nding • Chl-istmas with relatives ht:rc. wot:k has been tnrnsj'c:ned t'o Olympia. Installi\ ti on Remember to call in your reservations for the Spirnaway Firemen and Auxiliary dinner dance at the Firs Saturday, .Tan. n_ Best Wishes Get Well wishes to Mrs. Don Driver who has her arm in a cast

His

Baby's First Christening Cake Our Gift To The Proud Daddy

10 Gallons Of Gas '

Will be Baked and J}ecorated for Him by .

With Our Compliments

PATTY ANN BAl<ERIES

FRENCH'S Premium UServe

Parkland - Airport & Pacific

BORN .TO PARKLAND

3 MONTHS FREE GARBAGE. SERVICE

ALL 44 OF THE ON THESE PAG.ES.

For The New Baby's Home Compliments of

Baby's

BARY'S RING

Book For

Baby:

·A Baby Bunting

PIER.CE COUNTY REFU'SE CO. 135th & Pacific

A

LE 7-8688

A Basket of Frufit

A DOLL FOR BABY

CHERISHED

Delivered to the Hospital

BABY'S BOTTLE-MASTER

Insulated Cas~

Carryin11::1 Fro1n

JOHNSON D.RUG Garfield St.

Pacific Ave. &

in the Family Car

I 0331 Pacific Ave,

ESTHER'S NOOK

From

408 Garfield St.

PARKLAND WESTEllU\il AUTO

for Mr. or Miss

I Gal.

·19 5 8

*'

AntiFreeze

Bottle Warmer Compliments of

~,:!

STORE

A MUiOAL SAVINGS INSTITUT!Ofi

DON CEY'S UNION STATION

PEARL ELECTRIC COMPANY 12603 Paci.fie Ave.

To Help Keep The Floor Clean For Baby

- For Baby

LE 7-5951

t.

.

and Loan A&e:oclo.t.S.oft B~llingham " Seattle • Tacoma t.onC11il!w • Portlilnd -. tigene

Compliments of

Marv Tommervik's

m

12 Even-Flo Nursing Bottles Complete. Large size Johnsoll Baby Powder. Large size Johnson Baby Lotion. One Bar of .Tohns0n Baby Soap. From

Boettner's Orchestra

BABY'S FORMULA

At The

Bensf'.on Grange

To Keep Baby Amused

A Nice Selection of Assorted CRIB TOYS

120th & Pacific Ave.

12 Bottles

New Year's Eve

LEnox 7-4800

Parkland Fuel Oil Service

For

LEnox 7-0256

Time To Get The

Courtesy of

Shop .. ~tie Varjety & pt Store

of

'If

White or Dark

HABIT"

A Gift You Will Cherish

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mara Reed, niece of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Harold Coty was b~st man for his brnther and Russel MacKay was usher, Larry and, Frank Stankevitz, Jr,, were altar' boys. Sally Hansen and her mother _The reception was _held immediwere hostesses for the meeting ately foll<:>wing the ceremony in of the Midland 4-H Cloverbuds Monday evening, Dec. 16. Special guests of the club wet·e Miss Karen Winch and her mother, Mrs. Jamc.s Winch. Karen had just re'turned from her award trip to the National 4-H Congress in Chicago. She gave a very interesting 11 report of her week's stay in the big city and the train trip there and back. There were so many wonderful things planned for these 4-H'ers from every state in our country and several foreign countries, that Karen said it was hard to really put into words how much they enjoyed every minute of it and to teff of the many good. friends they made. Their headquarters were at the Conrad-Hilton Hotel. Karen urged all.the girls to think about trying for a·' similar trip in the future. Nadine Olsen presided ll>ver the business session. The girls talked over their projects for the commg 4-H year and make plans for a Christmas party to be held at the Floyd Ayers home Sunday, Dec. 22. They also planned to do some caroling the same evening. Also discussed was the officer's training session to ho held Monday, Dec. 23; at the Western Washington Experiment Station; Sally and her mother served refreshments after the .meeting, Those present besMe the hostesses and the honored guests were Mrs. Albert Bombardier, lea_der, l'(trs. Walter Corrigan, assistant leader, Miss Marlene Corrigan, Junio;._ leader;· and the Misses Gloria · Meyer, Janet Bombardier, Donna Ayers, Kathie Jones, Nad_ine Olsen and Jane Lawler. McKenney-Coty Miss Maxine Evelyn McKenney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Melvin McKenney, become the bride of Jerome. M. Coty, son of ·Mr. and Mr.s. Clarence J. City, at the Sacred ·Heart church recently. The Ifoverend Father Edwarci

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