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he could do ;.vithout! A thankful heart doubles blessings, causing us to enjoy . then1 twice-in fruition and in remen1brance. This thanksgiving season is Hy: Dr. S. C. Eastvold, President . a good time to make the change from "kicking'' to r.hirning. Pacific Lutheran College 2. Thanksgiving Grace Tlic first recorded Thanksgiving wns the Hebrew Feast of the TaberLet us remember the homes that were founded by the folks who laid the le:;. 'fhe New Engl;nid 'J'hauksgiving dates fron1 1633., Y\i·hcn the Massa- foundation for A. merica. A tfcmcndous percentage of thc1n never sat dowri !,nfwlls B;iy Colony si-t ;ipmt a dny for thanksgiving. The first national to cat before they asked God to Liess them and they never left the table until l'!ianl·;~giving pruclan1atiuns were by Congress during the Rcvo1utionary VVnr. 1 they thanked God for what they had received. May I ask the hundreds of ·.i.·hc fi1~s~ grcnt An1crican "rh~~ksgi~1ing Day .w.as i~1· 1784·, the Declaration ~f I people who read ihc~e lines to take a look at their hon1cs to see \.Yhat has )1c;Jt"C, J here was one r11on' national Thanksg1v1ng in 1789, and no other until happened to the Family Altar. , Bil:\, whrn PrPsident Linrnln issued a '.\rational Proclamation for a day of 3. Thanksgiving Is A Social Duty lf1;1oksg·iying. Since that ti111c the president hns issued an annual proclama~ Thanksgiving is as rnuch a Bible co1111nand as honesty, though few ti<nL l,ct: HR glean son1c of the uncounted blessings which we have as individ- people think of it in that way. It is easy to sec that ,it is wrong 'to go into ua1s, /\.1ncrican~ and Christinns. thf' neighLor s house to steal his purse, but yet n1any do not hesitate to go, 1. Thanksgiving. Doubles Blessings time after time, to rob him of conra.ge and hopefulness. People who insist upon Our bkssings are rn11l!it11dinous, but the best blessing of all is a heart cherishing depressing moods and doleful views have no right to wander about that receives with gratitudl-. It magnifies our littk things until we fail to wish spreading infection. They should be quarantined until they can show a for the great things of others. Such an acme of life is within the reach of certificate of a thankful spirit. To.spread gloomy ,views or to fail in gratitude to every lowly h;'art that will trust Christ fully. A certain man, of blessed Cod for His µnnumbercd and always undeserved blessings is also a sin. Let 111cn1ory, said he liked to luok into the store windows to sec hovv many tlungs us praise God n1ore that n1cn n1ay doubt Him less.

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4. Thanksgiving, Great Feast Thanksgiving is a family day in America. Pick up your Bible and read about the great Thanlrngiving Feast that was held in tbe record made in Saint Luke's gospel chapter fifteen. Let not our Thanksgiving at home be q.S selfish ..as th.e old rhymn puts it: ".Bless me and my wife, my son, John, and his wife; us four, and no more." Nevertheless, how seldom do any of us get much beyond mere selfish intercessions. It seems that today the prayers of Americans should be chiefly thanksgiving, Cod has so abundantly blessed lls. The fragrant flower of thanksgiving which blossoms in the heart of God's people is the result of a little bud called praise which, is firmly affixed to the stem and stock of Christian faith. The psalms, which are the music rooms of the Bible, are filled with songs of ,praise. 5. Thanksgiving. Forgotten We Americans, in contrast with people I have seen this summer in seventeen countries, have so much of the abundance of God's benefits that we arc liable ·Jo forget the Giver in our satisfaction over the gifts. A fire may die from excess of fuel as well as from lack of it. A fire may be killed, not from lack, but from excess of fUcl. When the multitude of life's good things make us. f.orget .the .Giver, Thanksgiving day comes alon·g to remind :us that the soul must not be stifled under the. load. How is it with our

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gratitude? Is the glow gone? Has the abundance of God's goodness to us made us careless? Let us push the iron of this Thanksgiving thought home and break up crusts of indifference that our soul may break forth into flame. "Bless the Lord, oh my soul, and forget not all His benefits." 6. Thanksgiving, Due to God Depression is as paralyzing, deadly and infectious as any epidemic. Blessed are the calm spirits that go on trusting in God. At this thanksgiving season, let us take a new start in remembering God's mercies-in remcmbering His faithfulness, His grace, His goodness. That will prove a royal cure for depression, a sure method of defeating the evil one. Most of us arc better off in most ways than ninety-eight percent of all other people. That fact, alone, ought to make us grateful and contented. But the grateful and contented belong to the less favored ninety-eight percent. The two percent are the grumblers and the self-pitying. Gratitude is a grace that struggles for expression. It does not shut itself up in the heart. It does not allow itself to be merely felt. It wants to speak. It wants to say something. The writer of the one hundred and seventh psalm exclaims, "Let the redeemed of the Lord say so." If Thanksgiving Day means anyth.ing it means that we say to God, "Our blessings are from Thee, and unto Thee do we now return thanks."

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Once more the calendar brings Thanks~iving Day--- I for Christmas. Then there are a lot a time of family gathermg.s and the rn.foymeM of alt th~,· It is a real Ti\anksgivin.g;for M1:. r1ood thil1gs of Me. May we everyone enjoys most. I and Mrs. 0. M. Jordahl, 512 S~. ~ll qiue I hanhs rnueremly Tickets are on sale at all business· I 18th St., Parklrmd: On Wednesdny and ·sincerely for the manl/ blessings which we, as Amer- places of the Parkland area, 'or may their l+,year-old son Peter was icans. may claim not for this be purchased at the door. The price brought hm.ne from a Tacoma hospital where he had spent four months m&kone day bat all through the is only $1.50 per couple. ing a fine recovery from polio. Of year. Ed Stevens of Castle1nan Insurance

people, was a big success. The two main prizes were won by J. C. Blaser of Rt. 13, Box 888, who took home There will be a benefit dance Sat.- the electric mixer, and Dean Herringurday evening, Dec. 16, at the Ben- ton of Rt. 11, Box 628, who received ston Grange hall for Claudia Larson, the electric toaster. In the confusion, who, was seriously injured in a car\ the names of other lucky ones were wreck on the Roy highway. This is not noted. Those in charge of the afa chance for friends of this courageous fair. have asked the Times-Journal to teenager to help. Let's not let her express their thanks to all who worked Thanksgiving ser,vices are being held down! , to make the dance such a fine success. in many -churches of the con1n1unity, with other. church groups joining Tacoma chqrcbcs in union services: In every case each church plans special With only one week of its financial drive completed, the United rnusic arid -a .Tha.nksgivi:pg n1cssagc by Methodist Church of Parkland - Spanaway has raised, by cash and pledge the pastof, providing a significant hour subscriptions, in excess of $H,OOO. Several additional pledges of materials of prayerful meditation on the many have also been given, and no monetar.y. value has, been established on them blessings typified by the American as yet. Several people in the community. who are not members o f the Methoholiday, Thanksgiving Day, dist Church have asked for the privelcge of contributing to the fuml. Since United Methodist this is true, it has been decided to give any one who wishes to aid in the project, an .opportunity to do so. . · ' For the convenience of those .wh.o wish to pledge, a pledge form supplied below.

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Armstrong's Poultry Market 11009 Pacific Ave.

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reported that new ide<ts were learned and they met lots of new friends. Collins. Bazaar Success Collins -bazaar '\\'as_ a -grand success

and the chairman, Mrs. E. C. Cardey, wishes to thank all the people that had part in this endeavor, and the faculty that helped. It was this coop'Cration that put our annual bazaar across. Correc;tion Correction on last week's announce~ mcnt on Collins Gran g e officer,; Frank Selk is the home economies chairman and Ed Andrews is the executive committee officer.

COLLINS NEWS Mrs. John G. Gorow GRanite 7070 Tots . club hard-time dance

F0R TH A.N KS GI VI NG We offer our same low prices as advertised las!!' week. Drop in for those last minute items. Our shelves are w.ell stocked with taste tempt.. ing delicacies • • •

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Phone GR 5362 membership card to make a progrcs, sive organization. Your sµpport• is asked for and expected. Don't let the leaders down. Be there, at the Dec. '1rnccting. Election of officers will be held.

The Waller Road Grange members arc requested to be present at the j ,Church, Sunday School Nov. 28 meetmg. There will be a dis-, Don t forget to attend church 6r c.· us~io.n on c.hanging the meeting date. Sunday school!' Waller Road 'Sunday.' This 1s your opportunity to speak for school starts at ID a.m. each Sunday or against our present date of the sec- at the Community building at Mth ond and fourth Friday of the month. and Waller road. Devotional services There will also be an election of offi- follow at 11 a.m. Gilbert Anderson ls ccrs. Heye again, we need the support the pastor. .. of all members. P-TA Parents who voted to go into P-TA work arc now expected to attend these meetings, which will be held on the l first Thursday evening of each month. It takes lnore than just a name on a On Easy Payments

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PLATING OF ALL KINDS fire Sets - Silver Gifts Tea Sets - l\fany Designs EASTERN .. ELECTROPLATING CO. 1407 Pacific Ave.

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the regular Council meeting, Thursday, Dec. 4, at the Fruitland Grange hall, which is located one-half mile east of Woodland school on Airport road. The Woo.dland P-TA is host for the Dec. 4 meeting. Registration begins at 9A5 a.m. and the call to order will be at 10:00 There. will be special Christmas music dui·ing the 'inspirational service'. During the- b.u.siness session the nominat- ,. ing committee will be elected. All local presidents and officers arc urged

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TOKAY GRAPES .... 203 MORE JUICE

FLORIDA ORANGES ............ lb •. lPhc CABBAGE •.solid med. heads ... ·... .lb. 4c

I 62nd & Park Ave. Spanaway GR. 8213 Prices Effective Nov. 26. 28, 29

YOU. SAVE AT

DANIELS HARDWARE

Make Someone in' a-·novel manner. Luncheon will be served at noon and a supervised nursery will be pro· vjdcd for small children. Don't forget the attendance trophies, which will be

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RADIO -- TV Repairing and Installation Oall LA. 8813 STEW ART - WARNER & SENTINEL T.V.

Portables and Auto Radios Our l'lIJecialty

Made From IMPORTED NORWEGIAN STOCK FISH

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"I have used Triangle feed for years and have felt its higher efficient feeding qualities can't be beat for smooth feathering ••• thereby building in my pullets high producing ability as they go in the laying house. Have tried other feeds but have not been satisfied with the results."

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Times journal v 8 no 11 nov 26, 1952