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SEPT. 11, 1952 (VOL. 7, NO. 52) <~ 4

U.S. POSTAGE PAID Sec. 34.66 P. L. & R.. Tacoma, Wash. Permit No. 51

TIMES~~OURNAL

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PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., BY CLARENCE LACROSSE AND JACK BROWN

BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASH.

B .. Line Busses Begin Operating Today

BOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE POSTMASTER-If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed.

End communities a much needed service, announces lhe beginning of regular operation over new routes at noon today.

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To acquaint the residents of the{;< area wi~h the routes and connections, rates. All suggestions and criticisn1s th.ere w:ll be no charge made for local are gladly received and wifl be given tnps this \Thursday) afte~noon and every consideration. all day Fnday. Everyone lS .encourAsk Your Support aged to get on the bus:s and n~e ovhr The new bus company· asks a,nd the routes. All stocl.holdcrs. rn t e believes 1t deserves vour supp mt. l• or Roy Clarence LaCrosse c?rporatH.rn and their fam1hes were year.;, people have• asked for better given a nde over the routes Wednes- . b . · H . .. · · I ·11 h. l• ,·,• !11·1·1· ag"in Id ay evening . A Iarge crow d turnc d I us_ service. · eie it is. t WI cp l 11,·u·t'·1ll u., sc"1so11 c: -~ - -, ...... • • • f h cool fall d·i-,·s ccrt·iinly bring ' . • the co1nn1un1ty grow. and prosp~._.r. ' · · ·· • out to vmce approva1 o t e routes i I ·11 · 1 1 d . d an d over h au 1c d I, t w1 1 new l y pa1ntc "-1tniosphcrc- which - goes ,_ - ~along an d tie .• IIincrease f "rca estate . ~ va , ues , .; ~a11 boothall riryd all its fanfare. buses. . gene1a y pe~ ~1111 ~1 g1ca: Sf"IV~CL to i'ts snso 11 next Saturday . . I the commumt). Its yom local bus l'L(''' OJ>l'ns ·· · . . Unites and Parklarul · an · d it · w1·11 \VJ:th· a· g-;-inic against their · Midland . . . sci v1cc-"--.. -usc 1t. S upport 1t . ·.. . I . . . 1 C'PS I., ·h Id b The barner IS down. At last people alway.s be there to serve vou. Sec '1d1t10n.i nva s " ' · t s ou e a living in Woodland Collins and Midd d h d l· · " 5 ' w\nH· as tlH·sr· two teams ahvays , -. . ' . a an sc e u c on page . ~'. : · · · . land districts can nde to Parkland the 1 r wits _and. str~~gth. against and Spariaway and vice versa The · · . other on the f1dd rn quite some B-Line Transit Co. and the wC::odland T!1e featured attract;on at the Aug. 17 Field Day at Dawson field was the spectacular exhibition put on by seriousness. . Bus Co. have worked tl:Jgether to give . ~Iidla!d olun~cer Frr<; department. ~he men turned· out in fore~ to demonstrate modern methods of fire The ,,.,,me is in the Lincoln Bowl this service. Buses will mee.t and AnliOllll'iCeS ·:gl~tmg. 1~reir equipme~t mdudes 11:w fme trucks, the second of wluch the men of the local department built on starting at 8:00 ... CPS has enjoyed transfer pas~engers · ~t Airpo~t and Introduction of new olficers and 111CH' own time, thus S\rymg the taxpayers of the county a substanti~I sum of. money._This truck is seen in the forccdgc in these past games but al- Polk streetso Through fares will be chairmen will fill the program in the groun? of the above picture. Twenty-me~ of the department are mclurlcd m the picture, as follows, left to right: it is the thought that next paid upon entering the .buses. of either coming meeting of the Parkland Par- Kneelmg, front row, Charles Cooper, LewIS JlikCa1·tl10r, Verne Blauvelt, Robert Hardey, R;alph Taylo~, C. B. Smith, lime . . . so here we arc ,1gam . . 'company and a transfer issued elim- ent-Tcacher association, which has Jack Absent, Freddy. l'vfcPherson; Sec'!l!d row, Dou Kemp, Clarence Johann. Audy Christensen, Ll/.rry Bowlin, next time. Goud luck Marv Harsh-' inating the necessity of passengers been postpon~d to a later dale be- \loy~ Jense~: s~a_ndmg, Al. Bombardier, Frank Baskett, Frank Johnson, Merle Kemp, Jerry Sulkey, David . Mc~ man and the Glnds from PLC. paying two fares. Parkland, Spana- cause of Fair week. Mrs. Stanley, I her.on (Chief)' ID truck, Jim Hartle)'.; -Photo Courtesy Jl.fcKewen Stud.io. * * * way, Midland rind Summit merchants Reynolds will preside. Had a pleasant surprise over the proclaim this new service to be• the Serving with her are Mesdames r day weekend t~ have a friend ?f greatest step forwar~ to insm:e the George Ral~tad, first vice president; ,from Kamas City, Mo. drop m .o;row~h ai:d .pro~penty of .their re- H. G. Clothier, second \ice president, Crystal Sprjngs Garden club will a few days . . . we spent seve\lal spective districts m many years. Lawrence Hultcngren, secretary; Mel hold its first fall meeting Friday, 1 ''t:Hs in the Co,,,l Gu •rd together durBoon to Military Workers Pederson, treasurer; Rufus Parker, m The Elk Plain P-T:A. starts the Sept. 12. The members have been inWorkers and personnel of McChord program; Bpyd Dickinson, membernew year with the following officers vited to visit the Wollochct Bay home tbc days of way back when it It was a lot of fun showing Field, Mt. Rainier Ordnance Depot ship; Clarence Berger, publicity; I and committee chairmen: Pregident, of their president, Mrs. Vern Tuttle. around tn some of the differ- and Fort Lev.ds. need no longer risk Quincy Carrell, magazme• Clmton Mrs. Fred Anderson; vice president, All members are asked to meet at 1 '.'nt 'numerous points of interest sur- life and limb in the family car get- Wil!fams, hospitality; Neal Gaiser, :Mrs. Frank Steele; secretary, Mrs. Mrs. Tuttle's Parkland home on Parounding Tacoma . . . Its amazing ting to and from work over crowded )Car book: Stanley Pietrzykowski. 1 · · Robert Wright; treasurer, Miss Eu- cific avenue at 10:15 a.m. and go to: ··h·o':'. much we have to offer the tour- hi·g·h. ways. The , Tacoma Suburban. spiritual; \Joe Anucrso. n, historian;' By Morris. Ford, Supe.rintendent tropi.ai historian, Mrs. Willia.m Brown; gether to the Peninsula. The .luncheon isl and V1S1tor to our State . . I Lmes have· also co-operated whole- .Johff Brunton, founder·; Bart Payne, . /publicity, Mrs. Dorothy Ockfcn; hos- will be potluck. Roll call theme will ncver really appreciated it as much heartedly with the B-Line company in·· health; Robert Gottschalk, advisor; An ex~rernely large enrollment m.,, pitality, Mrs. Vera Ferguson• pro- be "Garden Harvest.,, -·A paper on bcfore· . . but to have an outsider working out details to provide trans" •·Robert Ofut, safety; E. Thorne, rec- '.he h·~nklm P:erce schools this year I gram, Clifford Boyse; magazine, .Mrs. "Geraniums" will be read. At the onh and aah ~wer some. of the com- portation of employee~ and personnel ordd;. George Rolstad and H. ?· 1 ~. causmg considerable_ worry ·on the Benha Ingalls; sunshine, Mrs .. Opal close of the session there will be a ;monpbce pomts of mtcrcst ar;d to and from the pomts mentioned. ' Clothrer, ways and means; Mr. David p,trt of school adrmmstrato~s as to Miller; refreshments, Mrs. Esther study of native plants. scenery makes one realize that we in The Tacoma Suburban and B-LiiiJ, Freeman, legislation; Mr. Paul Lar- Just where to house the lar!'e mcrease. Castle: ways .and means, Leonard the Northwest have something to offer. buses will meet at Airport and High- son, civil defense. Last year on the opein~g day of Cook; legislative, Gordon Johnson. Carl was particularly interested jn way 99 and at Sales road and HighRoom 1motber chairmen a±e Mrs. school ~here wer~ 25 07 children enThe fi1'st meeting of the year was the new Tacoma Narrows .Bridge way 99. Through fares will also be James Stanzisla Mrs. Adrian Kerstet- rolled m the kmdergarten through held· Sept. 10 in the school lunch which he had never seen. He took sold. with transf~rs for these points. er Mrs. H. Mottclcr and Mrs. the Stir grades. This year these same room. .Following this first month enough pictures to show everyone This will also bring about the long- T;av Dryer. gradcsl;avc an enrollment at tl_re end. meetings will be held the first Wed'. (Continued on Page 8) needed crosstown connection with Parkland Preschool president for ?f the first week of 28 0l, makmg an ncsday of each month. outh Taco a h . M E p mcrease ()ff.1cers an d c h at. rm en are 1oo1nng . S m . t c year is rs. erryman. . of 29,J. fpupls l l 701overI lastdd.year . ' T T · or an mcrcase o . 1• n a it10n f d · f bl · 1 rave to acoma, \Jffered there are 395 9th and .10th graders orwar to a .pro i~a .e and happy Cakes For the folks who have longed. to Snanaway currently enrolled in the new hi h year a.nd cordially mv.rte all parents be able to travel to Taco.ma dunng F 1sc l1001, ma . 1>:.1ng . g.·1n 1and friends of Elk Pla.m school stud. a t o t a 1 enru.11_rucnt _ · We Decorate To the day, t.hc new company offers conDen No • 2 of Pack 34 ' Spanawa"1 tl1e ".' • • , r-.. . • , " · r ran Ii'. 1·lil 'p·.lCYCC SC h 001S 0 f .3196 ents to attend all m.cetmgs. Compliment Your Party nect1on with T'!-c.oma I ransrt buses Cub Scouts, met at the home of the students. 7 to 8-lb. average at 96th. and Paeific. . den mother, Mrs. Orem, Aug. 27. Six The most alarming trend is found . Time Schedules Avatlable members and the den chief were prcTrme schedules may be obtained sent. After a discussion of next month's in Parkland and Midland where kindfrom any of your _local merchants and project and other business, the boys ergartens have grown far beyond any from the bus drivers ·Of any of the and their den mother visited~ the expect;itions. It has 'been .1ccc.;;:-L1ry Pastries For The companies mentioned; a schedule will LaCrusse printing plant where they to add an additional half-time teachChildren's Lunches • . also be found in ·the B-Line Transit saw how a newspaper is put together er at Midland to accomodatc. their J DUCKS, GEESE, HENS 11 ad on Page 5 of this paper. and also saw a !inotype machine in increase, \vhilc at .Parkland, -whCre the kinde!gartcn enrollment_ r~achc:d '._ AND l'RYERS .CompanyPolicy . operation. 1 The ~-Lint; Transit Co.,;after careDen 2 is just beginning and any 266 children, two additional; teach-.\ ers have been ad,ded, . ar\d now the" fol .conSldcrat10n and much hard work, boys west of the Mountain highway in Pacific Avenue at Airport Road ochool is despcra,tcly • sea'r'ching for b_cheve th<:t therhavearrived. atthe the Spana way area who are eight ·'Hours: 9 .a.nt. to. 9. p.m.-'fmest. serv1.ce that can b<; offere<;Lin Iyears old or older are invjLed .tocon- rooms in which to J)Ut these ~cachers a'. community such .as this; The com- pact .Mrs. Orem, if they are interested and the . cl)i)d.ren. Wit!! this J<].rgr«' kin.dcrgartcn enrollment one cannot pany offers you courteous service, '1 in joiningthe Cub Scouts. help but wonder what the. next few modern, safe buses and ··reasonable years will bring in the :.vay of· clcSGT. EDWARD R. ANDERSON, ( Continued on Pa.gc · 8) whose wife resides al '10228 So. L St., has been admitted to the Army and Navy hospital, Hot Springs, Ark., as a patient, it wa8 learned here r~c:f'.ntly.

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Membership Drive Franklin Pierce Hi Booster club announces the beginning of the 195253 members11ip drive Monday, Sept. 15. The main drive will be conducted through the schools. An envelope will be sent home with each pupil jn the Franklin Pierce district. Drive chairman, Mrs. Harold Teeters asks that all parents and friends of the new high school becorne members by sending back the envelope with $1.00 for their membership and Hi Booster button. Money raised thus is used for equipment which cannot be purchased with state school funds.

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Sunday, Sept. 14, is Rally Day for the Elk Plain Sundav school. The boys and girls will receive their bronze crosses that day. An inVitation is extended to all to attend the unified 209 So. 84th Sunday school and church service from' 10 to I 1:50 a.m. 1~

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"Fall Housecleaning worries a lot of people", says Moon Mullins, popular salesman in the Parkland Area, for the Puyallup Laundry and Dry Cleaners. "My customers don't worry a bit," says Moon, "For they know my phone number, Puyallup 5-6651. Our modern facilities at the Puyallup Laundry and Cleaners will perfectly recondition soiled curtains, draperies, blankets, pillows and rugs. High quality· at low cost, plus prompt free delivery are co1nbined in our service. "Wish your worries on me. Call PuyalJup 5-6651 and enjoy ·ree Autumn."

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Si!.llmmit Women Aiding A new won1en's group has been organized in the: Summit area. 1"'heir ain1 is to furnish assistance \.\'hereevcr needed in the furtherance of the activities in Boy Scout troop 76. This group was responsible for the tents which caused so much favora hle comment on the recent trip of the boys to Camp Hahobas, and with the assistance of other interested ladies baked cakes for a sale held at Rhodes Bros. which supplied much needed camp equipment. At, the present, the organization is compoced primarily of mothers of the Scouts but a sincere invitation' is extended to any lady {vho would like to join and lend a helping hand to the boys of the community. Mrs. Harold Leamon was elected .president; Mrs. L. E. Lovitt, vice president; Mrs. Henry Brakcbush, sec.-treas., and Mrs. T. E. Down, publicity. Ladies wishing to help in this worth while activity arc invited to contact Mrs. Lcainan ot GR 3900 or Mrs. Dawn at GR 8274.

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Mrs. Robert Arneberg was honored at a blessed event shower, last Friday afternoon at the honw of Mrs. Gloria Hoolan. Lovely refreshments wcrc served by the huskssccs, after the guests played some games. I hose pre"'~'l were Mesdamc~ Freel S1ehl, R 1ch~rd McNabb with . Mark aP;d (:'.11h1c;, Allen Zook with Den ms, Viola I ownscnd and her t:vo <laughJo Ha'.'l and son, David ·Lorance Chnsl!e and Danny, Frank Lorancc, Ivan Harrison, Lloyd Hicks, !none Piper, Edward Hendricks, Robert Camon, Walter Corrigan and Pat, Rolwrt Arneberg and Johnny 11.ollan. Poultry Judging . . M1dbnd +-H ' rrs attendmg the last ~ , Buy Guns, .Ammunition, Hunt-

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Thursday, September 11, 1952 only eight .and one half g'.'mes. Sew & Sew Club Joyce Benson, 1 rcq ribbo.n in cloththe pace. The ultimate wmner m The N cighborhood "Sew and So" 1n~, _ivfarlcnP; Corrigan, 3. red :1b~ th is league could be decided in the Lehman may play a very important bons rn clothmg and l red m bakmg, sc\ving club n1et at. the hon1c of Mrs. final · week of play. The National part in the Bu111s chances for the Valerie Davis, Sandra Little '.'nd lyfary Charles Colver last Thursday eveLeague is not quite so hotly <;:on- championship. Benson, each 1 blue nbbon m bakmg, ning, Aug-. 2·s, and thoRe pr~sf'nt entested with the Brooklyn Dodgers After the mectmg, refreshments were joyed themselves very much. Besides having a commanding lead ,over the served by the hostess and her daugh- the hostess, Shirley Colyer, those preA funeral director \•\rired a man to New York Giants. tcrs, Bevcdy and Mmlene. Th?sc sent WE'ff Mesda1nes Lucy Nouguicr, inform· him that his mother-in-law Mrs. Jacqueline Pung of Hawaii pres~nt besides those already mcntm- Orpha Sic hl, Shi rlcy Lorance, Phyllis staged a surprising comeback and had died aiid asked whether he wantcd were Sha.rron Eshpeter, Man.Inc Carson, Billie T ullcr, Irene Piper, Nacaptured the Women's National Ama- ed her buried, embalmed, or creSpearman, Diane Solkcy, Ann Ch;it- dine Dimond, Ann Carson, Jerry McBy tuer Golf championship in Portland matc'd. The reply read: "All three:\fabb and Viola Townsend. The next on. Valene Davis and. Marlmc Rog McDonald last Sunday. The 210 pound Honolulu take no ch2nces." meeting will be held at the home of Spearman .gave ct;mons'.r:it10ns. housewife defeated Shirley McFedMrs. Nadine Dimond, Sept. 25. , Firemen s Aux1ha~y .. tcrs of Long Beach, California after Good Neighbor Club . 1bc H.M.& L. Firemen .s auxiliary The Good Neighbor club will reSeptember 2 markr·d the opcmng being 5 down at one point in their BOOSTERS met hst Wednesday evcnmg at the fire Hall at 8:30 p.m. Velma Hardy sumc its monthly meetings on the sec- of the college football practice thri;- match, Mm. Pung, an unknown in the ond Fridays, the first one for the fall out the country. Hundreds of cand1- golfing world, proved to be one of was installed as a new member. Installation of officers for the com- to he helrl •Friday, Sept. 12, with a dates, for a position on their respect- the longest hitting women players in I ing term was held with Joyce Vance potluck lunch at the home of Mrs. iw teams. will spend the next iew the country during this tournament. Kenny J.,ehman, the ex-Hollywood rcadin" the installation message. In- Lucy. Nouguicr on Golden. Gjven V\'C"r.~ks wofking hard to· get in shape 3talled;:, were the new president, 11rE. rond. Each one attending is asked to for the openinp; g-arnc. Judging from hurler n ncf more recent! y a member At No Extra Cost Fran Johnson; secretary.' Mrs.. Bar- bring a handkcn:hirf 'Vlrhich th.cy will· tt tu1ninr. "' t<~rans ;ind capable play- of the Fort Lewis Rochet team in the RHONE'S CABINET SHOP . t lM rs. givc to some old ladies' home. This crs Ma; ylancl should be one of the City baseball league, has been purchbara s'h ana lrnn; vice pres1'd en, 161st & Park Ave. Ruth Esh peter and treasurer, Mrs. Good Neighbor club is open to any- to]; t1'ams in the nation this year. ased by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Since GRanite ::1::142 Pcnrrv Christensen. one wiRhing . to attend and bring ()thcr tca1ns to 'vatch are Illinois, his djSc~nrgc fron1 the army, he has ~ff1'e past president, Bernice Turner, cheer tp those ]css fgrtunnte than Ge·u 1·;.'ia 'Tech, 1\1ichi~an Str:1tc, ()kla- been with the St. Paul team in the thanked all those who helped her so Lhc1nsclv.cs. During the. P-". ast vc~. ,r, this h. o..n.l~~ 'l'enncsscc and Cali.fornia. Thr. ;\111crican r\ssociation v.•hrrc he has well during her term of office and then club has taken treats to the Midland ·Pacific Coast Conference should a record of two '\Vins and one loss. past secrct"-ary, Mrs. Joyce Vance, pre· Home for the ·Aged, the R<JinicT Stale pr.ovc to be one of th<e strongest in With Brooklyn almost a cinch lo be scntcd her a cup and saucer and Mrs. school at Buckley and has the cpuulry. California will be at full playing in the World Series, Mr. AUTO RADIOS Fran Johnson presented her vvith a bc.red 111c111bcrs .\vho ha_vc had. s1,ckncss. ·. .•~~rc. ·n. gt!1 as· . us.ua~ and .Stanford,. the · · I en t'- s pin. · PORTABLES or who have gon': on tnps. Herc shop- ·cl(:fcndirn; ehamp10n, will be dangerpas t pn:s1c The nc.w president announced the ing they keep up the good work. ..· ous. Washington State and U .S.C. are 1TABLE MODELS followinp; chairmaw Birthdays Mrs. both loaded with talent and will play & CONSOLES E.ve l yn 'J enscn; suns'iunc, · M rs. ' J\li·iia, LIGHTEST a. \T1.·y definite role in t1.1c finzil out-\ B k tt · h' t. · M El · "or conH'. VV:-1shlngton is not rated to be as c ' JS unan, rs. ' vrna "" E• ve·I yri .CoOIJ<'l'. a top contender, but with the rrturn u ct·d, money we·llM, 'I. iv ts. . , r · N · I-I ti of -Don tieiurich, the veteran quarter~ an _pu 1J ic1ty, rs. on1e a.r ey. Mrs. K. W. Strucnsce had, cnnld he a surprise. All in all, Bnthday honored was that of Mrs. GR 5742 it v.rill be a rugged SPnson of footFran Johnson, the money well was , J oyce y ance an cl • tl'1C. (Crowded Out Arnr. 28th) ball. I vvill venture a guess and pick won lJY ,lY1ts. ,.., hostesses were :Mesdames Peggy Mrs. Ten Dcnrns and children left U,S.C. to take the crown. Wall & Floor Tile of Cristensen and Bobbie Absten. for their home in Kinzua Mountain,, It is certainly a pleasure to sec All Types and Colors Bake Sale Sept. 20 Orcp;on, Monday . after spending· a son1c rf'.laxation of the television ban Is your auto radio giving you a The H.M.& L. Fireman's auxiliary week with her sister, Mrs. Robert on football this season. Each Saturday BR 0341 bad time? It may need a new tube I! . will hold a bake sale at Johnny's Colby, at her home on B4th and ih is srnson, one of the tup ~·a111cs of Puyallup Ave. & 'A' St~ Sales Tacoma, Wash. Service or vibrator, a properly installed Rental Tools of All Krnds Thriftway store in Midland Center, Canyon road. Mrs. Dennis will be the nation will be tr·le\'ised. Even aerial or an ignition noise sup· JOHN MAL~ON W Sept. 20th. Peggy Chri&tenscn is remembered as the former Beatrice though we will not be able to view our 9 0 0 1 Hnrgess 'I acoma, n. chairman and promises lots of good Nelson. pressor. coast tcarns iu action each week, we Phone LA. 3543 I home-baked goods. Home From 1Hospital will have a chance to sec the top WHATE;ER THE TROUBLE Altar Society Mrs. John Folk of Canyon road tcan1s in action. I hope, in the not too IS, WE CAN FIND IT and give When your phone rings St. John of the Woods Altar so· returned to her home Mo11day after distant futurc.'I vvc will have a cotnyou an accurate estimate of comUnanswered. cicty held their first fall meeting last a week at St. Joseph's hospital for plcte r.ha11g-e in the television regulaplete repairs for a very small, or Thursday afternmrn at the parish surgery. A week before going to the tions so that we may follow the teams Solve that problem perhaps., no charge, sometimes very house with Mrs. Katherine Logan as hospital Wilma was in an auto ac- on the coast by way of our television quickly. hostess, assisted by Mesdames Peter cidc:nt and sustained a c.ut chin nnd screens. by calling Colen1an~ Jr., Ambrose Coleman, 1nultiple bruises. Looks like \i\'ilnia is With the baseball season nearing Larry Cleary, Frank Couture and having all her troubles at·· the same coinp1etion the rar:e for thr J\1nerican Walter Corrigan. time, although the accjdent was not Le.ap;uc crown has developed into a j\frs. Larry Cleary presided over responsible for her trip to the hos- furious ba.ttlc. The New York thc business session in the absence pita!. We arc glad to hcnr that Mrs. Yankees are leading the lcaf,'UC by a , Call GR. 8309 of Mrs. Peter Krapf, who is visiting Folk is getting along as well as she is, rncrc t\vo ga111rs ovr~r the ever-dangOn Waller Road, % Mile South in Germany with her family. and hope she will be entirdy l'NCov- erous Clc\'dancl Indians. Also to be· of Airport Road It was decided to hold a bake sale crcd soon. considered lo be possible pennant the third Sunday in SGptember, the House Guests winners arc Boston, Philadelphia, 21st after both Masses. Ladies in House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Si[!- Chicag-o :.ind Washington. '¥a.~hing­ chargc of the sale arc Mesdames Ir! urd Christenson at their ,home on ton is· holding do\vn sixth position, Harrison, Frank Couture, Augustine East 72nd St. ~last week were Mrs, Galivan, Chris Bendheirncr, Harold Christenson's parents, Mr. and J\1rs. Thaden and Larry Cleary. The com-1 Layton Baldwin, of Salt Lake City. ing' convention in Seattle and the The Baldwins will go to Victoria and cleaning of the church were also dis- Vancouver, D. C., before rcturniug Under New Management cussed. to their home.

practice poultry judgin.g hrld Friday nlorn1ng at the Washington Co-Op were Ann Clinton, Jovce Benson and Marlene Corrigan. These girls. will all be competing on the poultry. Jndging teams at the Western Washmgton Fair at Puyallup. Passes Bar Exam John I-Iansler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanskr, has received word that he passed his b<ir cxarnination,c [(ivcti in Tuly at tlw University of Washingto'u. He is leaving this week for San' Francisco where he will work for at least a year with Horner T. Bone in the circuit court of appeals. . . l\:hdland Girls 4 -H The .Midland 9u1s 4·-H club held I a mcctmg last _.1 hursd~y ev:nm,g t"'.; the l~ome of thur lcadci, Mrs .. Wal .c Corn.~a_n. Rcc~Jnl book.sand. fatrs \iVCrc th.e rnatn .1. npics ?df d1scusstc!dn.dMary Benson · 1 '. VJCC prcs1. cnt,. plf'Sl c b OVCl the )US111ess _session tn t 11e ~ ~cncc nf Joan Arterburn. Beverly Corrigan, sc~~rctary, e::illr..d roll nnd. rea.<l the rnmutcs of their last rncstrng. Work wl 'i's dConc on a disfplay 1f?lr the !Bro.1ka -::e .om1nun1ty. air. ~ ie ~pr s r:;av~ a n1odc 1 mPr.!11~,g:, .. dcn1onstr~t1ons, style show ar:d 1Uttrnttoi;,_1ast Janunry at commumty clubf meet. one of their . mgs '.'nd smce then they. have ormcc1 10 ~1ffercnt: 1-H dubs m that commumty so they. ·asked us · · · to have l .·a di.splay and cxl11b1t articles at llcir · I Id I ~ d d S d fair, 1e "atur · ay un ay. . 'dl d ·ast · an · M 1 an gtr Is ex h'I11itmg an d rcee1vinp; ;:awar~ls \Vere Joan~c Morud 3 bl~e ribbons in clothin . Bever! , Cor. , · . g, . i . ngan, 3 blue ribbons 111 clothrng;

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The Parkland Sip 'n' Sew club garnered plenty of awards at the re". cent Pierce County Youth fair at Sumner. Six girls won 25 blue ribbons, 21 red ribbons and 11 whites. In the. Food Judging contest Evelyn Haakenson won a blue ribbon and placed on the Pierce county junior judging team. The Dress Revue contest resulted in blue ribbons for Louise Siburg, Nancy Logan and Evelyn Haakenson. In ··the Luncheon Meal · Preparation contest, Kathy Jo Hanson and Louise Siburg got Into the county finals; Evelyn Haakenson. and Sharon Van Beek also placed bl uc. Sharon Van Beck and Evelyn Haakenson both placed blue in the District Demonstration contest, Sharon being eligible for the county finals.

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The first rains of the season ccr, tainly are a reminder to fix those leaks in the roof and· :o get tlic downspouts cleaned out, take . the leaves off the roof and a host of other fall chores. ·· · £' . Now that the primaries are oyer ... is your favorite candidate still in tht race? '

New BQoks for library The Parkland branch of the Pierce County library. will receive 200 new books on Sept. 25, in both adul.t and junior classifications. Thes.c will replace books which have been l()'.ngest in circulation at the branch. Parkland librnry h_ours are: Tuesda)r, V"V~rlnes­ day, Thursday, 1 :00 to 5:00.~,:P;TI'l» Wednesday,_ 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. ·' , · ' ,Napoleon once contemplated residence in the United States. The emperor is quoted as saying to his broth.er Joseph: "If we are forced to flee to', America, I° should choose a "place between Philadelphia and New York and the Delaware River, in order to get' news by packet.';

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