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"Father's house" of "many mansions!" ly perturbed that on the night before the long-awaited day, as she 'knelt to December twenty-fifth is in dangci' of bccomi~g a jolly holid~y, bright- pray, she became very much confused. In praying the Lord's Prayer, when she ening early winter gloom with drinking parties, profitable chiefly to store- came. to the petition, "forgive us our trespasses", she forgot herself and said, owners. Churchmen in a continent-wide campaign this month are attempting "forgive us our CHRISTMASES." Too often, when we observe the way to "PUT CHRIST BACK INTO CHRISTMAS." True Christians of every in which many commemorate this day, it is easy to see why we need to pray kind aim to insm-e that the celebration of the Saviour's birth will not be over" God to "forgive us our Christmases." shadowed by Santa Claus, prancing rcind'eer, gaily decorated evergreen, or We do not mean to say, in any manner or words, that we join with the clanging cash registers. pessimist in declaring many o\ the legitimate things to be wrong or sin. It is Newspapers, Chamber of Commerce, billboard advertisers, and greeting g-ood that the Ch~istmas season is emph~sizcd .. Millions of ~evout Christian card companies have. been enlisted to help in the crusade. Community pag- .people w1ll have hgl'.te~ ?h'.·rstrnas tre~s m .t~err homes, an~ places cants and parades emphasizing the Biblical story of Christmas are planned of ass.cmbly. They will !om m purch.asmg b1ll1o~s. of stamps JVhich will carry from coast to coast. llfrrchanls have promised to put nativity scenes ii:i store t~e birthday of the ~avrour. They will spend mrlhons of dollars on which t~e windows. One city in Illinois with fifty churches jn kindred groups staged a'. birthday of. the Saviour has been s.tamped by the government,. and they will mile-long nativity parade. Santa Claus will be excluded from the Jin~ of be exchangmg lega: documents whi~h would have no val.ue 1f 1t were not for march in a Pennsylvania city, while a California city led off with a children's ,the fa~ct tl?at the birthday of Jesus 1s stamped ~pon them. . . . Christmas parade cn1phasizing the "real spiritual meaning of the holiday/' -A- _'Ihe lmportant point. tha_t we are. attempting t.o make at t?ts time is, South Dakota "mistletoe rodeo" has been converted into a Christmas Pag- .shall someone or somethmg be substituted for Hrm .Whose buthday. we eant. The "Christ in Christmas" Crusade began in Milwaukee four years ago. celebr.ate? May I direct a word to any man readinp; this message. SHpposc . . . ·. . .. your family were to celebrate your birthday today. As you leave your place Almost. wrth~ut warning today, we tend to become hopelessly lost in .the of .work, where you have faithfully labored in the interest of your family, maze of bnght tinsel and sensonal trappings. So of'.en we allow. our mr~ds and you come to your home, which you have acquired through many years t~ become clu~tered with frdful thoughts of Chnstmas shoppm~, fam'.ly lof·toil, you naturally have the happy expectation that, on this, your birthdmnns~ last nu~u.te tests;. holiday progr~ms, that we forget ~hat, m a}l 1t.s •.clay, you will be met by your dear ones with a happy birthday greeting as s1mphc1ty, THIS is the birthday of a Kmg. Yet, somewhere m the umform you cross the threshold into your living room. But supposing upon entry you confosion, d1e brilliant s.tar of the Bethlehem plain '.oses. a portion of Its find that a stranger has been invited in to take yo~r place. Behold your substiongmal ghtter, and a birth wh:ch, .m its own .ama.zi;ig, nnp~rt~n.ce swept· t;,te. He is a great big fat fellow with red face, white hair, and a little cocky away and supplanted all other historical events, JS mrn1m1zcd m its glory. hat upon the top of him, some big heavy boots, and in his honor the whol.e Someone has told us the story of a little girl who, as the yuletide .ap- family was joining in rompfog and dancing and singing jazz music. In the proached, became increasingly excited about Santa Claus, stockings at the midst of it all, you are pushed over to the side, humiliated, and forgotten. The chimney, and all the other tinsel trappings of the.season. She became so deep• gifts purchased with your earnings are given to your children in the name

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'.i\nd she brought forth her first-born son; and she wrapped Him in swaddling c/othr:s, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn". (Luhe 2:7). T'here "\Atas not n1uch roo1n for Jesus vvhen He came - 6nly a manger. rl'hc inn was too crowded and ·exclusive . I-Ierod's palace had no roon1 for Him; Herod's soldiers hunted Him; synagogues closed their doors against Hirn; society found no pla~e for Him; officialdom frowned upon Him. "Ile c;1nw 11nto Ifis O\Vn, and His own received I-Ii1n not.lJ He had no place to l:iy His head in tll<' world He had created. His earthly poS>essions consisted of a borrowed cradle, a borrowed hon1e at Bethany, borrowed 111oncy from Llie fishis n1ou1hi and a borro\.. . ed grave. But He who "bcca1ne poor that we luiy;ht be rich/' krH'W that the cattle on a thousand hills, the riches of a


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l-lc knew that 1nyriads on earth and in glory loved, worshipped and adored J·lin1 as "God over all, and blessed forever!" How strange that there are other millions who will not invite the greet gu<'st to the d('lights of this Christrnas occasion! They rcaliti;e that sinful pleasure has no roon1 for I-Iim; dishonest business shuns I-Iin1; evil hearts bar the door ag11inst J-Iin1; Dnd polite society excludes Hi1n. The hon1es of the l1ngodly rich, and the haunts of vice, have a horror of n1eeting the C!hrist. What an hour TH AT will be when the rejectors of the Son of God realize that the Judge of all the earth will make no room for them in the innumerable con1pany of the redt·i~rnrcl ·-·no roorn anywhere in His realrns of everlasting bliss-while those who made room for Jesus here wilL, find room in His

This is a parable of what happens in many homes that claim they are the friends of God, and the brethren of Christ, and saved by His blood. On His birthday, He is pushed aside, insulted, forgotten and humiliated! It should he reasonably easy to recognized that the Christmas season, which is now upon us, is more than a preparation for the Yule log, vacation time, holly and tree. It is even more than the feost of home and family, the fellowship of love and friendship, and natural good cheer. It is more than all of them together. Just as we would not crowd out the guest of honor at any birthday celebration on the one day that, in the highest sense, is his, so we must not crowd out the Babe of Bethlehem. Yet this is what is done when we think only of ourselves, and Christ is left out of the manger scene. Every Christmas festivity is a celebration of the anniversary of the day when the Father gave His Only Son as the "unspeakable gift" of divinity to humanity. Oh, that every nation, every home, and every heart might open their doors that the Christ may be at the feast! Can it be that some will have a Christmas without the Christ? As well have a Cross without a Saviour, a manger cradle without a babe, o hope without a heaven, a soul without salvation. Let us put Christ back into Christmas. "For unto you is born this clay i.n the City of David a Saviour which is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2:11). With the poet, let us join: "Oh, Christ of God, I would enthrone Thee as my Lord and Thee alone; Unto Thy sen·ant now A willing mind, a loyal heart!" Amen.

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The Elk Plain Grange is sponsoring a New Year's eve dance in the Grange hall: All donations will go to the athletic fund of the new Bethel high school. There will be excellent music. Everyone hoping for a good time on N cw Year's eve is invi tcd to share this pleasant affair and all boosters of the school district are asked to PER COPY advertise the dance among their friends. Those who wish to help the school but cannot attend the dance may leave their donations at Ben Kuper's store, Kuper's Korner; with William :Righetti at his South End Plumbing Parkland Post and Unit No. 228, I Co., or at the Spanaway 5 & 10 stor~. American Legion

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Members of Parkland Orthopedic' Guild arc meeting at the University-: U1;ion club, 5:J9 Broadway, Tacoma, for a no-host luncheon at 12:30 Tuesday, December 30,, Members bring guests.


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Dr. S. C. Eastvold, president of ,Pacific Lutheran college, is presenting a series of radio sermons, speaking every Sunday. His KTNT. (HOO) talk is from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m.; his JSMO (1360) talk from 3:00 to 3.:30 Preparations are complete at Trin- p.m. ity Lutheran church in Parkland .for 'Topics for the next five Sundays I the two Christmas services to be are qs follows: . , held there. The first of the servkes Deccmbcr 28-"Saluting The Smwill be held Christmas. eve at 11. p.m. sbns;,~ January 4, "The Beginning The candle lighted church will furnish And The End;" January 11, "Envy's a beautiful setting lo; this festive E'Cil .Work;" January 18, "The Revealservice. The musfral setting for .the frig Tongue;" Jauuary 25, "Fleeing Christmas eve service will be,·furnishFrom Duty or Can't I Do As I ed hy Prof. Newnham at .the organ: Please?" Paul Steen playing a trumpet pre: i lude and the senjor choir singing ' Christmas numb.;~s. Dr.

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Parkland Lutheran Church announces · Christrnas Day festival scrvices at 1.0:30 a.n;i. The Children's Christmas service will be held Sunday cvcping, Dec. 28, at .7 o'clock. Special preparations arc being made for these services, announces the pastor, W. C. Gullizson.

M/Sgt. Ted Amon and family have moved to Seattle where they recently bought a home in the UniI versity district. Mrs. is the 2nd vice president of this Unit and acted as Child Welfare chairman for the group. Mrs. Ben :Bromgard will I' assume the duties or'' the Welfare chairman and al1 phone calls or questions concerning wc!farc for needy children will receive the same careful consideration as before. Mrs.


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The Parkland Riding ciub and the Parkland Junior Riding club celebratcd the holiday season with gay Christmas parties. The Riding club·s party \Vas Saturday evening in Sun~ shine hall, which had been decked with appropriate decorations and a beautiful Christmas tree for the occasion. Mrs. Roland Ober and Mrs. Jack B1'.~wn were co-chairmen for the affair. Members of the club arc Messrs. a.nd Mesdames Clarence LaCrosse, D. R. Selle, B. F. Fluty, Francis Nor-1 dyke, Jack Brown, James Lewis, Robert Hopkins, Robert Wickline, Ray Simi, Casey Berger, L. Fisch, Tom Woods, /\lbcrt Flincharn, Wallace . Leeck, Hub Gullberg, G. Haakenson,



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(c row d ed 0 ut L ast W eek) Chiefs Remain Undefeated f h d' b k b 11 0 ne. o t e . 1ea mg as et a. teams m the nation, the Seattle Um· Ch' f · d f d b vers1ty 1c s, remam un e eate y . h W . k yommg owpo cs d ownmg t e Friday and Saturday nights 63 to 55 and 50 to 4-4- counts. Led by the . greatest scorer m the game to\iay, h O'B . d cl . . J. 0 nny nen umpe ;n 18 pomts 111 each game for the Clucfs. A ne~comer to the Seattle U. squad this . . . . year, Stan Glowaski was a thorn 111 . the sides of the Cowpokes also as he he accounted for 17 points in the . . first game and came back with a re· .. .. . . . .. .. .. .. .. c·



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JOHNSON'S DRUG Across Frnm the Post Office


our many

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Best Wishes to All

MARGIE'S BEAUTY SALON Parkland Centre Bldg.

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The Entire Staff May .the in gs. of the Lord be upon you for a Merry Christmas.


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He still tends His Flock. Let us all se e.k ·Him 0 /1 Christmas Day. Good cheer to all!

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tree. Happy Holiday, all.


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club are proud of the Certificate of Recreation and Arts Award that they received at the re" cent district 4:-)'l meeting at Buckley. Since. only six 4-H .clubs. in ·. Pierce county received this award, the club and its leader, Mrs. Leonard Fish, are to be congratulated on their achievecussion having paper.

Appreciation Mrs. Lester Robinson, chairman the Canyon Road Blood Pool, wishes . . • Friendship Club j to thank all friends and neighbors for The Friendship club met at. the their cooperation during the visit. of home of Mrs. F. Anderson .last Friday the Pierce County Blood Bank mobile afternoon. The had her home unit in oU:r community last Satunlay. decorated very lovely in t.he ChristClub Elects At.the 'recent regular meeting of the mas motif and those attending enjoyed a nice Christmas party. Gifts were Canyon Road Community club, the also brought for th~ handi<.:apped chi!- foljowing officers were elected for dren at Buckley Rainier ~chool. Be- 1953: President, Paul Bacon; vicesides the hostess, those present were pr~sident Lester '.Robinson; secretary, Mesdames Peter Teffre, Herbert Pip- M~s. Ev~lyn Bacon; treasurer, Mrs er, E~il Nouguier, Floyd Jensen, Da- In.abel Fish; trustees, E. P. Munsey, vid Lorance and ·Fred. Dimond., For j L. R. Field and. A. J. Foster. the January meeting, it wa~ decided to bring scrapbooks or. materials for making them to be :.sent up to the school at Buckley. LaCROSSE PRINTERS Sewing Circle The Neighborhood Sewing circle will meet this Thur.sdity evening, Dec. 19, for a Christmas party at the home of Mrs .. .Piper .on Golden Given .road.

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So as our employees may spend the day with their & the crew


Mrs. Opal Latterell, general chairman for. the Canyon Road Community club Christmas party, wishes to th,ank all the fri~nds and neighbors who helped fo' make. it such a big success. Special thanks go to the following committee heads: Program chairman, Mrs. Margaret Hoffman, assisted by Evelyn Bacon; director of choral group, Mrs. David JOhn; -decoratioris, Mrs. Joyce Andrews and Mrs. Mabel Munsey; food, Mrs. L. R. Field and Mrs. James Carlisle, assisted by Mrs .. Mae Burch, .Mrs. James Selby and Mrs. C. Munsen;. coffee 1lrn,. Mrs: Wesley Nyquette with James Carlisle, Glen Carmack, Paul Bacon and John Folk serving; Chiistmas .. tree decoration, Mr. and Mr.s .. Glen Carmack, Mr. and Mrs. A .. J..Foster and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pat.rick; gifts, John Andrews and Ed Hoffman; tables, Mrs. Milton Davidek.



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If He's Having A No .. fit Fit . •

For heaven's sake, tell him to relax, because MADDEN'S believes his socks should match his shoes, his shirt should

fit his neck; his ties, his personality. So if his MADDEN'S gift you gave .him doesn't fit, or match, .or suit, please send him to see us post-haste.

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COP DAN GLASS 923 Tacoma Ave.

WA''iTED Horsc.s and cows for mink feed; call Puyallup 5-8228 collect. Hictf MILK co\.\rs, sold o;; terms.G;;;;: mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4 miles south of Summit. 16ctf REGISTERED IIereforcls; cmvs, hcif.. ers .n nd bulls; also conunercial Herefords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle Phone GR 6112. JGctf REGISTERED- polled I-i"erefurd bull service. Breed the horns off. Phone GR 6112. 16ctf

49 STUDE. Regal Del. ·1-dr. 0. Drive ........................... " ..... $1195 48 LINCOLN Club Coupe. Custom model, loaded with extras and 0. D. -······················· $995 47 DESOTO Custom. Very sharp, radio, heater & auton1atic shift· ....................................$1095

l\_,~·-"""'"'"~'"'"~' .. -~·· """~ .. -~-'"·M'"'-~"""'--~·· -"' 11 4G I\ASII 600. R. Rl~-~ W!~"ol >;-'i!·Rf,,.l-'.·!\;i'~·~"''O·:O.;,, w:-lttw-'.-.";.\ ~·~ ""'.~"-1 .. ~:;'\,\ ...-:·."'1. ,,,!·.'"' "''.:~ "":~ -&~--=--;;..~·· ..."!-.-<A 'l?!·,'\ol -:·.'\ol; "'~·.",.\ ~·.-.... ""!-~~~ ""'!·r\A ""!·.'"i\

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50 NASH Arnb. 4·-dr. ........ $1595

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46 FORD Station Wagon. Radio & heater, good body ...... $815

12 CHEV. 2-clr. Nice

the bed. She wore her fa tiler's shirt and her brother's blue jeans, a costume she adopted a year before with Woody Anderson's permission. "What's the ma\ter, dear?" -She jumped as the words cut the silence, ·but she didn~t turn. She didn'1 want her mother to know anything \Vas an1iss-not yet, an~rway. And then suddenly the tears came, like angry .flood waters bursting through a barrier, unable to be restrained any longer. Mrs. Miller was careful keep a straight face as she wiped her 16-yeat-old daughter's face with her handkerchief. "Why, dear'! Did Lance upset you?" Betty Jane shook her head vehe· tnently. \:Vhy did 1nother ahvays 'think her brother \Vas lo for


40 CHEV. Coupe ............... . $195 39 CHEV. Coupe





More Cars to Choose From

5-Help Wanted


OPPORTUNITY - Will train you to earn at least $I 00 a week with an unlimited future; must have a car ' and be willing to work; leads furnished: contact Mr. Parker between Nash in Tacoma Since ! 918 10:00 a.m. and noon at Room 210. AUCTION SAU, 5.815 So. Tac. Way HA 1760 Provident Rld,o;., Tacoma. 5c!6 IF YOU want more cash quick, sell 722 Broadway BR 0303 by auction. Every Fri., ·1 :30 p.m. Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. · RADIATORS, scrap iron. j~u-nk~ca-rs FOR SALE - I Y, ton Studebaker, 2ctf and batteries. Puy. 5-21.41. Hecker, 19,J.ti slake; less than 16,000 miles; the W reeker. excellent condition, $(100. Also sevBctf eral Ford Ferguson farn1 implc~ ments reasonable. GR 7:!25, 5th SPOT CASH house west of Waller Rel. on 96th. For ·~{our Used Furniture 12pl5 1 Piece or House Full Block's Furniture Mart B205 So. Tacoma Way .... LA. 2882 CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5026 COMPLETE JOB So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. Bctf 36 MONTHS TO PAY


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To Mr. and Mrs. Anci! M. McCleary, 5 H Violet

Dec. 3. To lvfr. and J\.frs. Glen McVcy, P. 0. Box 107, Parkland, a son, J)cc.4. To Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Brasseuco; l 0705 So. D St., a son, Dec. 5. To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Connelly,

S'=Business Service



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9-Real Estate

CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, acreage, lots, building sites, homes (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed· rooms). We have cash buyers wait· ing.



GLASS INSTALLED-Auto Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. Property Management Insuram' 2200, Art's Glass Qo., 816 So. TaNotary coma Ave. 3c50 Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369



FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO Airport & Pacific GR 3112 FOR RENT 2 5-room modern l1ouses; une has electric and oil stovc.s; ,ihc other, gas range; both have rugs: GR 7639. 10cl 5 HALL FOR RENT - At 11102 So. Yakima. For information call HI 2439. 1.0ctf

13-FarmAds DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITHOUT CHARGE. Highest price.• paid for tallow, hides, grease and bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phone LAkewood 2434. 13ctf

11-Repair Service Parkland Upholstery WASHING MACHINE PARTS 12814 Pacific , Avenue

Septic Tanks Cleaned

Largest stock in town. Repairing that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in 1872. Hctf

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HA 5704 CHILD- CARE--In my home, or HOUSE MOVING: lcvclin<i.. founclaroom and board; GR 3503, ask for tions; cement work; free··;stimates. Alice. 14ctf 3~ ··· · CARE · · CHILD in my home, for work-PR265°~JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. iug mothers; GR 680~. 14clG Ditch digging. Truck loading. Complete tractor work, GR 5932. tf Business Cards SHRUBBERY-Perennials, rockeries, LaCROSSE PRINTERS law_rie, ..fret'_ . .F, 0tin1ntes; terms. GR GRanite 7100 3661; Midland· Nursery. 3ctf A .'°"<:••;....;;·~;.A';~


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1 t8th St., ..Pad-land, a clau~htcr Dec. ·~ 12; to Mr. aHd l\1rs . .bdward Goddard.' B ·11· · c · 1·, ctors---' I_<.t. ·l Box 278 Taeoma· a son_ Dec. AT-TL'NTION .i:..i u1 c 1ng .on 1a ' ' ' D ·V· It · i ig saw for rent· 18· lo Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smithe dU po~VCI SW I 15 I . ' ' . . . . phone CR ~74-8. ct Im, (,raharn, a daughter Der. 16. ,






readif for the new rmk that's open-~.1 J• ssu. ;ays that IL1n ~ I:as


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t!· ic t-ru ·incr . . . ·IJOO l<- lHID · car!y 1'f you She w;rnt a tr:<im·d rodeo clown and rnnlc ">threw her arms around her mother ·· d · d t ·~ · 11 "Oh tl on vour s 110\V J1cxt year. an c~ie ragiea Y. • mo 1er, , 'l'll never smile again! I definitely Herc And There •t,, 'V cl . l l Id l · \-V011" • . I' r: 11or;.;r~ pcop e s 1011 Jc Jn goo This time Mrs. Miller smiled over company for the next four yearn. I her.daughter's head. She well rec- obsr'n>cd in reading the background ogmzed the stage Betty Jane was of the newly appointed cabinet of t'oing through and decided she mus1 . .· <::> " , , _ Pn·sH.1cnt-clect E1scnhovvcr that there . . . , take .a hand. You re sure the .cO· . f . ., 1 logne wouldn't be for a zister or a me our actn c 1wis~men m tic cousin?" group, ,diich is n.-arly half of the "He hasn't a female in the family, rumbcr.'appomtcd. Governor McKay and hls mother never uses it, so of Orcgun is a very prominent horse; who else cou.ld it possibly be for? man and may be seen at every opporI'll bet it's for Estelle Bryan. All tunity riding in parades, etc. A couple the other fellows like her but Woody of the othc;.,, arc :Jrrlcnt followers of used to say she was too fragile. Oh, . . . . .ffiOiher, how he , S cl. . d D1€! 11 horsc\vor·Jcl act 1v1t 1cs 'as' H'cll as active eCClV€ , ..: . n < (, ··---·

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A Merry Tiller for a Merry~ Waller R@€:'!!d TA (~hristmas. We arc giving + quarts !{:ff 11. . .l SAE II . D t O"l nd .,,ueCs§ V HC:ell"S ) f M o b1 c , e~\ Y u .Y l a 2 pounds of SAh-90 wrlh every The new unit of the P-TA formed Merry Tiller purchased from . . (,) THURS, recently at the. Waller ,:zoad s:c'.10,0~ I) IN! hos . elected the folio\\ mg officers. DISTRIBU mORS Prcsrclcnt, Mrs. M)'Crs Wlll·<"kr; viceOffer good during the holiday president, Mrs. Harvey Weeks Sr.; season. ~ second vice-president, Mrs. Florence Call PRoctor 1800 Martin; secretary, Mrs. Alvin Win, . .. . '·:[·· F. k N" · k UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, tcts)1 t1casu1cr., ".·is. lan ·• IIlllC.". • • Cha1rn1rn of -the stand1nµ; con1m1t1107 Market Street. 15ctl '.11other arose. "Wel~, > SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat tecs arc: Historian, :Mrs. Llonl Eb: with and live within a 2-mile radius bcrl: legislative, Mrs. Vernon, Hoff. . _.your eyes, Betty, clear. Its I L~~Til'fG OF :'-LL K~NDS of lOOth and Pacific Ave., we -can , . . ,,...1 M. y. . , A . Chnsl.mas Eve and you want to be Silver Gifts rs. \.cnnctJr ar, happy today. Woody will probably . . Tea Sets - l\fany Designs offer you a real saving on your m,rn, pro,,r: rn: heating oils_ Lapenski Fuel Co. ha us_: hosp1.talrl:',.. M. 1.·s. Henry. De..-. come over with your roller skates to. ..· ·. EASTERN ELEC. TRO. 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 Mccrkcr; pubhcrty, Mrs. Anthony , night and we'll surprise him. If he · PLATIN.0 CO. FERTILIZER by yard or sack. GR. Goodksky; h.udgct and finan;:c, Mrs. likes fragile girls, he'll get one.'.' . 1407 Pacific Ave. '1-108. 15ctf Marthn Rohmson; membership, Mrs. Betty Jane sat up straight. · . ALF ALFA HAY - By the bale or Jamc.s milh; "'.J.OII.l n:prcscntatr_·ve, "Mother, no! Not that horrible blue ------,--. , - - - - · .. . , . . .. . · dress you bought me! ton. Grass hay $1.25 per bak. Will Mrs. Id<S "Y h d I ·· take livestock in trade. Delivery can , , . . , Romc10, publiratwns, Mrs.. ou was up an put t mt dress .,, ...! y• be an;;rnged. 2nd house past Roy Y Cldl <ncc Lowe. . ·. on, Betty. ' ~l(;i!WlbllUSt mires on Mi. Read. 15ctf Mcetrngs will he hclcl on the. frrs;. . "We'll wait for you downstairs." 2500· Used Tires FOR SALE - Gua.ranleeu used sew- Thc.irsclay of the month in the G?IJ1-\ i.y1th tha!, Mrs. Miller closed the _ Hard Get Size~ ing n1achines and re:nta1s. Singt:l' rnurnty hall. 1 .a. oo~. on. ner to. i:rboy daughter and Ault Tmre Servu::e Sewing Machine Co., 116 2nd Ave hurllbedttdownstt.airstl. Ads shel rleacllcd 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 S. E., Puy. 5-533'.l. 15c15 tl1e o om s. cp · 1e oor )el rang WANTED Chickens and rabbits. Used Sewing Machines and she admitted Woody Anderson, •!liffl, .,,. ;i,;· , .,,.~_.,,. ~ Call us before you sell. Cope's Poula lanky boy with unrul.y red hnir. .,_.. '"'Jll:;;l>l;'i~J;i?.11>.,,j;ji-*'i~.~-~ ..!ftli'i · & try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, and freckles marching in perfect for- ~ , ., 11> 9 Tacoma, Wn. HA 4406. 15ctf mation over the bridge of his nose. ~ · "' 9 , SEWING UPLAND WOOD - Green, 2 cords He w_a~ clutching a box, obviousl:v ~ ~' $14; also dry, cord $12 or 2 cor<ls MACHINE CENTER contammg the roller skates request- j';< ~ $20; CR 3306. 15ed ed by Betty Jane. 'IJ.: ~ 781 Broadway l'U 1122 FOR SALE-Beautiful mmiature chi· ''.She'll be right clown," Mrs. Mill· ~ ,1.1. hunlma puppies; also registered stud er m.formed lum, then left him alone \'f ~· service; GR '1-19•L I5ctf for the surprise. ~ HECKER the WRECKER - Used I,t came a half-hour later when ,~ and re.built transmissions, also gears: Be,ty Jane made her appearance. ~ ~ all m[!kes and models; phone PuyThe blue dress look_cd even better ~' 1>· allup 5-214-1, days; Tacoma, HI than she had hoped 1t would. \~ 32'1·2, evenings. 15etf "Gosh, Betty Jane!" Woody con- ,~ 11, VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black. tri~utcd to the conversation. The ~ ,. . r , • any quantity. GR 7259. !.'jet/ s1rnle broadened. "For me,' ¥1' fl·' ftrn; I~ s. ylad ¥:. LEA VE FILM AT Quality Photo Woody?" she _asked, noilding toward ~ cheer! Its Chrtslmas ~ Service for developing. fii at 10, out the box.. "Is it col~'gne? Lance s:nv 'tf I hat comes bu I once 1~ at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctl COMPLETE ~OU buying some. So casual, so ,i; a year! 1~ FlNE TOP SOIL mrlill'ercnt. I ¥1' ~ Rich and black; delivered. Call PuySERVICE "Uh-gosh, no, Betty Jane. Gee, ~HANSCH GROCER.Yg _allup 5-8228. 15ctf you asked for sl<atcs and I ::;ot !hem ,1_, M, ' r ry, c ·] R . d 'J?. 11 WC'.l.OD.......:Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; AUTO ACCESSORIES for you. I bought cologne fur Miss \'i" tnl i.rn ~' son oa \". ll.TLAS TIRES & BATTERIES planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI. Lindsay, the English tea ch er th n t ~~~~~:~~~·m~-~f(rl;;{nrtt.r:f.X~~r;z~~;x~;<{~ 4056. !Seti helped me with my essay for Urn [ contest." ANDERSON SEWING MACHINES "How sweet of you." She stepped down into 1.he living room and acChevr·on Lowest Prices in Town cepted the box from Woody. "Thank 176tb St. & Mt. Highway New Eleie.


To all of our good friends-we exteHd a sincere wish for a

_.RJOC. 14-0 I S@. h-•.•. _.·. ••·.·•. g. next month.' don't'!? r_·'-1'.; tl1·&".•critti"Fi·i.1.·•antiC.1palion ofIfuture • · ·.· l b' f f ' , 1•: · ;tlVoody and I would be gomg togeth·· · ·shows anc perhaps a 1t o moo ah .. or


K!ONT - Small office building on Garfield St., $20. GR 3526. lOctf

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

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Septic Tank Pumping

3, Dox 825, a <laughter,. Dec. 11. To Mr. ancl.Mrs. J\rie! Brandt, Rt. . ·'


SALES AND SERVICE House and Commercial Makes Motor Service 'Washer Service In Our New Cement Block.Illdg; On the Corner at 161 st & Pacific Spanaway GRainte 6662

Town & Country

To Mr. am! Mrs. C:lcrin Rt. 13, Box 161, Tacoma, Dec, 11.


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Alan's Refrigeration

laCrosse Hatchery

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3·j. Box 754~__ a Scin Dre. 10; to.1'1r._a.n.~1-)::.,,, ....... ,, .................. u .....u.1. wvu•.1.~1;;u..1.vJ.J.c.1. oJ.'lt.a.t.t::o:i' I . . . J. . .. , · -.• 'I.·. k·'· ·f· 1 r Christinas I have to be, , using Jn us p1cscncc. r .,n1 s \Vl c, ,Mrs. Orwoll J)ahl, P. 0. Box 3:1 l, ·0 · · • -. : 1. , . ·, . . . , ]· .· b· · ·. , ;

11220 Pacific Ave. SE W E R S - S E P T I C TANKS ·office-Days, GR 331-1 DRAIN FIELDS - WATER LINES. Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 City and County 'Licensed. Free Agent for ·American Ex:prel!ll Estimates. Jim Malyon, 3739Y2 Monev Ord~rs McKinley Ave., Call HA 6351; Eve, & Sat. HA 6068. 3ctf FOR SALE - Next to Collcgc-8room house, 4 lots. By owner. Call SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-ConPR 7177. 9cl5 tents hauled away. Don Redford, 6505 EAST B STREET 8232 So. Fawcett. GA, 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf NEARLY fully furnished clean 3bcdroom home with nice yard and large i;arage. Wired 220 with autorniitic liot water tank. Nice dist. ·Close to Fawcett school, business, Also Building, Roofing, Siding, and bus. FuU price 01<ly $5,050, Foundations $1500 down and $35.00 per mo. Cabinets to Order on bala nee. Call Rex Rector HA. MASSENGALE CONST. CO. 0365 or HI 8'.H<l. Rt. 7, Rox 509-A - Tacoma 69:Jl SO. TYLER F.H.A. Terms GRanite 7088 2 BEDROOMS, living room, kitchen, dinette, : 3-pc. bath, large garage; RAY GOGAN land .290'xl 74'. Call Ralph Decker, LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION HA 0365 or BR 0702. General landscaping service new RENT WITH OPTION G. I. lawns, peat soil, topsbil, shrubbery, rockeries. Nothing down, 36 months BRAND NEW Lovely home in nice to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf district. If you care to you can rent this with option to buy pending GI financing. For .details call Rex Rector, IIA 0365 or HI 83'1-<L

Factory-To-You Prices on New & Recover Work All work done and guaranteed by a specialist of 40 years' experience. FREE ESTIMATES GRanitc 6066



Con.ten.VJ Hauled .t.\.wii.y

Marshall Upholstery




Septic Tanks, Cess Pools Cleaned HUTSON TANK CLEANING HI 3980 _HA 7038



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LEGION NEWS {Continued from Paa:c One) tion for all si1c•s of children and grownups. The hospital heel, property of the Unit \Vhich \vits <lonate<l for use by the communitv of P<1rkland is at tJu-~ present tirne n,ot being used.' The Unit also has rnany pairs of crutches ready for use. i\nyonc desiring the use of

the bed ur the crutches durinp; con~ valesccncc of patients may call Mrs. Blackstone at LAkcwood 8586 or Mrs, Linder at CRanite 6007. The Parkland U11it will begin collecting old jewelry which will be sent to the veterans hospital at Walla ' Walla . The patients can use all kinds J of jewelry in their hobby work, es• By Clarence LaCrosse f pecially picce.s with plenty of spnrkl'l'lwn~ C(:rtainlv has been a lot 0 a< tidt , for this ;irnc of the war . ing glass jewels. All members of the . ; . Unit arc requested to bring their I n;ostly ~'a.rt< cs and dances for m.ost jewelry to the next meeting, such as: 01 the ndmu; clubs . . . also clcct1on nct.:klacCs, one ear ring, pins, rings of officers for the coming year . . . and bracelets or any other piece of by the looks of things we should have Sort of crowded for space this week, jewelry too old for further use. Mrs. a verv active and interesting year, judgir;,i~- froni the se1ertion of 1nost of but will note that the new officers of Joseph Lanz, rehabilitation chairman, the Pierce County Sheriff's Mounted will be in charge of the jewelry drive . the clubs for their new officers. Posse were elected Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs. James Linder and . Club is i.oin,in~ the, ot~ers Cap_tain of this popular organi~a- Mi.·s .. Phyllis Blackst.:mc attended. a m selectmg new off'.ce1_s m o_rcler to. tron will be Buzz Carmel, !st Lt., Dean. mcctmg at Post No. 138 Inst week. have their year comcrdc wlth the.I Vosberg; 2nd Lts., Chuck Rohr and After the meeting, Mrs. Blackstone fiscal year ... I'll give you the names I Dec Parham . . . these new officers accompanied by Addison Ames, rlrumof the new officers as soon as the will take office the first of January. mer furnished music for dancing. election is over. Installation will be held on about the Messrs and Mesdames Leonard Mt. Rainier Riding Club . . 8th of January (depending on the I Blakely and Willard Blackstone and New officers for the Mt. Ramrcr J committee) probably at The Firs: -::he Jackie,( Karen am! Sanely lllakely Riding Club were selected recently. group was out in numbers for this rm- and Ronald Painter enjoyed a clcWorthy Hecht is the ne'(I' presicle~t portant meeting plus many who never licious turkey dinner at lhc home of with Melvin Mothershed as second m altc'nd, plus proxy voles ... oh yeah, Mr. ;rncl Mrs. James Linder on Suncomrnand. Secretary-treasures of the we have fun. day. Pinochle was played afterward. group is Florence Curti~. with Fra~k ' Washington Horsemen Changes Rcsslq as Sgt. at arms. Orville I Presidents Eveleth, Hank Pfaff and M. HallPopular Larry Kjrkwood was chosi mcyer were selected as Executive 1 Board rnrrnbcrs. en as president of the Washington January 8th is their next meeting. Horsemen at their annual business meet Dec. 12. Larry is well known You an~ welt.:orne to nttPnr:I. throughout the area. Vice President Kew Year's Eve Dance - Graham A spct:ial invitation is extended to selected was Harley Thayer, along all horsemen of the area to attend with Jean Caddig·an as secretary and the Nc\V Year's Eve Dance at the Dorothy Wisc as treasurer. With this c;rahntn (;range Hrd1. Fun is in store in1prrssivc array of aggressive lndi~ ' for all . . . favors, dinner, dancing, '.ridua~s ju charge of an unusua1ly agCHICKS .. " CH§CKS µui,se and cxcltr1ncnt aplenty is pro- gressive group it is certain that the Parmenter Reds members of the horse world are to' miscd . . . 1'his is your invitation. Straight Run-Pullets & Cockerels benefit this ycnr in the way of bigger Rocleo Clown Changes Mounts Each 6c 1 Sec my friend Hank Pfaff has gone and better shows. and trndcd his littk "Slowpoke" off Rt. I, Orting, Wash. for n nn11c·) (_)f all things. uI-IEn is the Phone Sumner 3-3122 ternporary n:inw of tlH'. fourfoutcd critter, \vhich in spite· of his chvarf sizf' still has the general ch~1r;1ctcrjstics and nppearnncf• of his large brothers. I assun1e he also inhc-ri ts sornc of the




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participants. An interesting article appears in the nC\VCSt Horse Lovers. l\.1agazine in regards lo the training of tl;e Lippizan . Horses and th~ schooling they rccc1.Yc . . . alrnost _sunulta.ncous '":Ith reading the very interesting article ~ ,''v;rn 'v;::itching "\'.Pou askc·~ for if, on JV and rnuch to nry surpnse s~rw uue of the Lippizan trained horses in a ch:nionst ra til)n . . . cunsidcn1 ble training g·oes into the finished product represented \vhcn these horses arc sho,vn. A Merry Christmas to all my friends . . . hope to see many of you at the Wooclbrook I\cw Year's Day Hunt,-and don't. forget ... it's OPEN ~IIOUSE at Woodbrook Stables the I 28th when Earl Craig and Louise ' Taylor will celebrate the completion of their newly erected indoor arena . sec you there (Crowded Out Last Week) Sheriff's Posse Elects


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