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The, Frankin Pierce high school basketbal squad will see much action during the months of January and February. The sophomore team has played three games, loSing one -to the Eatonville team. The sophomore squad has 11 g a m c s sched ulcd for the two months. The schedule follows: Jan. 13, 3:00, 'Stadium sophs, Midland gym. Jan. 15, 6:30, Eatonville reserves and frosh, Parkland gym. Jan. 23, open. Jan. 26, 3:00, Stadium sophs, Midland gym. Jan. 29, 6:30, White River sophs and soph reserves, :Midland gym . Feb. 2, 2 :30, Auburn sophs, Auburn. Feb. 5, 6:30, Clover Park sophs and soph reserves, Parkland gym. Feb. IO, 3:30, Sumner sophs, Sum-

The fiftb annual Parkland Ba by Derby is all set for the stroke¥--...... of midnill)1 t We::Jnesday nighl, Decembn 31.. The first baby bo:n Pocheti, Home Gas to bona hdc residents of the Parkland area m tbe new year will u ""h • p hit the jackpot and receive a wide variety of valuable gifts and nave ""'·· r1stmas arty services.' the most attractive assortment offered to date. "Winner On Friday evening, Dec.; 26, the. take all." Sportsmen's club Chateau was the

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There arc no formalities to observe, v:;, scene of a big Christmas ' party by no entry blanks tu fill out, no calls paper (page 3). Poche! Distributing Co. and the Home to make. The only requirement is that /The Times-Journal office will be in Gas Co. the family reside in the Parkbnd area, constant touch with hospitals of the defined as "outlr of 96th St. to 142nd ! community until the first eligible baby all employees of the two firms, also St., and from Golden Given road to ris born. Then word will go out to the the Mobilgas dealers associated with McChord Field. For details of Parkland business firms c.oopcratin.g P~chel and the management of Olymprizcs, see the Baby Derby page of this rn the Derby and such gifts a'. are pie Cas Co., Che.hairs Gas Co. and appropnak at that early date wiUbe Valley Propane Co., all connected .. - - - delivered nnmediatcly. Other gifts with Home Gas Co, may be claimed by the proud parents ! The Cbateau, leased. for the affair at their convenience. exclusively, '\vas gay with Christmas Anyune knowing of a baby born to decoration with a blazing fire of logs Parkland parents early New Year's in the huge fireplace at the end of clay in a hospital in some other com- the ballroom. After a delicious chickFeb. 17, 7:00, Auburn sophs, Midrnuni ly is asked lo notify fhc Times- en dinner the evening was spent in Journal. That baby would be eligible dancing ;o the delightful music of FAMOUS ENTERTAINE~~Edgar<Rergen and Charlie McCarthy, ac- land gym. compained by singer .Bom1ie Bishop as they appeared in McChord Air Feb. 20, 3:30, White River sophs, to win if the parents actually live in Jerry Silcr's orchestra. F 1,>rce Base hospital recently to enteri.ain men in the wards. Flying in the Parkland community, but the Poche! Distributing Co. is operated from Hollywood, they brought thous.ands of gifts to hospitalized service- White River. The soph~more team has played "blessed event" might be overlooked by Ray Poche!, Roger McDonald and men in the area. -Photo Courtesy of The Defender three games, losing one to Eatonville by the Times-Journal staff unles' at- Tom Moore. Ray Kraus is manager of resci-vcs and winp.ing from the Bethel tcntion was called to it. . Home Cas Co., Al Bardell is in charge

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The. name of the Baby Derby"wmncr will be announced rn the lilJiesjournal elated Jan .. 8.. Howcvr;r, ns the ' • cont. est .wil.l be decided l.ong .before . that date, the parents of the wmnmg . · · · . ,. '" baby will be notified from the lnncs. . ' Journa 1 off ice as soon as lt is apparent . wluch baby has won. . In each of the previous. four years,

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of the Chehalis branch and Ralph ·willis of the 011,mpia branch • Cleve Rcdirrb is !Jresident of Valley .Propane. The 'p;ucst list. indudcd ]Jcrsonncl of . the two compames from a considerable n r ca. The Mobilgas dealers entertained \vere froin Parkland Spana' way Eatonville Roy Yelm and Rai' ' ' nier. The Home Gas Co. people pres-

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th. . c con.te .st. h.as .attracted mu. ch atten. - ent were from the ma. in office at L. aketron and rnterest and the parents of wood from Olympia and Chehalis. . · ' tire wumer have a.lway.s been ama.zcd Valley Propane is located in the Puyand with the . . ·• . delighted . . ,_,. . many. valuable . - allulJ. - valley .. · p~·:1zes. fh1s. year's :~r?;~_s arc _t,~~ ~1n7st_ -_This_ is_.__ the_ ,lO_th _Ch:ristn1_as_ ,_ p?x.tycJ. urtcred to GiltC and Wlll be a.,. clcome l d' t R . p h ·I h . .. · - . "_ .. - - - - z:ccor 1.ng o ay oc c, cac one .a a<lclrtion tu any. J.'r.uvmun made fur the lrttle. bigge.r and better t.han. the pre. ' arnvcl of the little stranger. ceclmg one. The annual affair has uow

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Sturnasli Orlhopcclic G u1•11 c -w1.11 nicet f or 12 :.J"O 1unc h eon I Ian . d C omn1u1uty . , I b , Tl· ... ·. d.·ay, J an._8 , a t th c 11on1c o f M rs. The. P arc cu . -1urs . · eve- L ;...R·-as111usscn · . WI'ti1 M rs. ·c . .Fi.yn . b oe as 1neeting at 8 o , cl.oclc Tl1ursd ay . . h p ll d h I h t n1ng Jan. 8 at _t c arc an sc oo co- os ess. . ' ' . .d. . . with E. M. Krumm presi mg, wi 11 I f h- _ . -1 I., have as spca <CY'S two 0 t e top seW· f""''&.V Ht . . • .f h . · ···· .M·. · J/. ·"" . ""'"" a re dis osal ex erts o : t c state. r~ . . "• . g P. P .. · . C .. ·1 • . In Sl!'l!e .. CIGI Serrvoce Jones, of the Po11 utron ontro com, . ·. F ·•· . ·. o f W as . h'1ngton .· an. d . L ester . .... 1ss ·. ·oi.·. ."M 1ne H. e·tie,. a. .1ncn1b c1.. o f n11ttcc . . h f'. f K . T . 't L th . l . I . p I Brett representing t c 1rm o arey ruu y u eran c iurc 1 in ar <-~ · ' ' ·.d' I . l. ·d .. ·.ll b e ..com1n1ss1one . . ·. .·d. as . a. nus· & Kra111cr sewage isposa engineers an , .w1 . . . '. . . .. . . . d. f .. · .. ·.. . . th . . of Seattle will discuss the· nee or s1on~n·y at e 11 a.m.- service nex t "•U"ilL:·· ,.,.-- j_r~r::.:J::til -r::·£ :.<<..:rt--;.__. :~,-~" i: ~ ~~ 1 ;·.!r-:-/t~:-_ :.:,-./~Lt:- ,_h~~--i- }.~:,._-~,,-- -::~~:::lJ:.'+~- ~~;· _.f.. ~ vt2 • .. ' r . b . ' ,., • '. • • c • . ' Parkla.nd area and Mr. Brett.will shuw as .a ,n11ss1un.ary Hl _fangany1ka,. South . · · · b y th e B oa1·d o f . I'' 01eign .. ·, M'lSthe 2cnal survl'.y VIC'\\'S an d topa- Af nca . . .. d b y h'is f'inn. I s1ons · · 1·1ca J I ,.,u ti.1c'"an graphical n1ap preparr o f. th c ·E vangc I

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become so large th. at few local. places While it is recognized that it may church. and will serve under the can handle · . . of th e N a t.10na l L u tlieian . . the crowd . and . this year be several years before actual con- auspices a profess10nal catenng finn was enI . f d d' Co1inc1'l rR ~n L . struction o sewers an sewage is, · ...,,Ol!Jl!!'.111El'S ~BiJll!JI. gaQ'ed to . cook .and serve the drnner. posa 1 f act.11tles . . In · tl1c area, many 1n· "i'ss JTetle was born at Leith , North ,. ~ r"' . . ·~ lV.l 'l. .· .: I lie clect1011 of officers was an im- An especially pleasant partv, was re- tereste <l proper ty _owners are ·st u d y1ng · Dal·ota SJ e i's a rcgi'stc·r·ed nui·se ' 1 . . ·· portant feature of the December meet- , ported. the matter and welconie this practical having received her training. at the in(! of the Trinity Lutheran Couples I d a t a on th c nnpor · t an t pro bl em. Bismarck hospital in Bismarck, North '., 0 club, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson were The annual election of° officers of Dakota. She served in the Army Nurse chosen president; Mr. and Mrs. Hal The Parkbncl Ridin~ club will hold the club will also be held at this mcet- Corps during the last war for a period of 27 months. Following the war, she Prtr-rson~ vice-pn·siclcnt; 1-·fr. and Mrs. its regular n1eeting 'l'uesclay evening, ing. Carl 11:'.tlc, secretary-treasurer. Jan. n, at the home 0 f Vivian Sutter attended the Lutheran Bible institute MeLl111g dales a.re the second Tues:.. on the Bcrg;cr road. The annual elccin Minneapolis for three )rears and is day of mo:1th, starting with a tion of officers will be the highlight a graduate of that institution. potluck dmncr m the church base- of the business session. All members IB'llSl°CllH Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hetle, the parmc.r:t at. 6 '. 3 0'. followed by games .. The arc l!l'(!ce! to be present. For further Meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday eve-\ ents of Miss Hetlc, live at 9002 Paiecentl) elected of1r.ceis will be inforn1ation, call the Suttc:r hon1c, GR. ning, Jan. 6, in the Friendship roo111 c1fic _avenue. ~tnil and IIenry I-lt"tlc, stalled Tuesday cvcnrng . .Jan. 13. 6749. of the parish building, Trinity Parish her brothers, lrve at 11901 A street.

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Phone GRanii'e 3221

11004 Pacific Ave. North of the Bank Comer

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Armstrong's Poultry Market

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11009 Pacific Ave.

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lllil is ready to help you with your Income Tax and Bookkeeping problems, all General Insurance, Health & Accident, Mortgage Insuranc:e. Call GR 3fi24 or HI 4374

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120th & Pacific Ave.

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CONSIDER CONVENIENCE - -

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Parkland .Cleaners

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You Call\! Depend On

ROOSTERS

INSURANCE

for yo11r friends v~:hen choosing

Cle~nhag

59e lb. YearmOld

get more heat, cleaner heat, no

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Enjoy the Heallhful Benefits of Swedish Massage in the Privacy oi Your Home or Mine H. C. BALLARD, MASSEUR l''or Appointment Phone EVENH•:Gs Tacoma, GRanite 4342

PARKLA.ND-GR. 3113 Autornohik • Cnsually - Fire In land Marine

AUNT SUE'S Bakery

Personal Attention Given Tc AH

DUCKS & GEESE

Ostcop;ithic Physician 1 J l 10 Pacific Avej Res. GR <Dlficc: GR 34UlJ; By Appointment

Insurance Agency

Angel Food Cake with Ice Cream

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Guild will have inst;illation of officers RONALD A. WICK, son of Mr. as the most important item of busiWick 0£ Rt. 3, Box 734, Tacoma, reness. The new officers, elected at a re- cently enlisted in the Navy and is now cent n1ecting, are: Jvfrs. Arnold Elling- taking his basic training at San Diego. son, president; Mrs. Gordon Korsmo, Oven m first vice-president; Mrs. Carl Colton, 1 second vice-president; Mrs. LaMonte 1 Hedlund, recording secretary; Mrs. Ducks, 4-Lb. Aver; Lyle Greer, corresponding secretary; I Geese, 8-lh. Aver. 1 Miss Sadie Solomon, treasurer; Mrs. Paul Larson, assistant treasurer.

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been effective at reboun. d. work.. Lloy.d Erlandson, Tommy Hansler, Ron Col. . tom, Jun ; Van. Beek and _ Ron Curtrs . are ba···tth.ng _ - . . 1.t. out for- .the··· - sta·r·t - .. m·g - _, . gg~:~cl pq,s1t1o~s;__ Jcr1~y ·Rody-, wh...,o b P-~f ~· '(C cl p 6) ont1nuc .9n age .

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1953's FIRST BABY BORN TO

PARKLAND PARENlS Will

·RECEIVE All THE lOVElY GIFTS SHOWN BELOW - .•.-. h

Tbcrc's mystery in the air! Only Mr. Stork knows who will be the winner of the 19 53 Baby Derby l He's not telling! for the big event, these merchants hJvc planned a royal reception for little Mr. or Miss 19 5 3. The winner of the

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parents who live in the following District of Parkbnd proper: from 96th St. South, ·to 142nd, and from Golden Given, West to McChord held.

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A Cherished Keepsake FOR MOTHER

An 0 Cedar Mop

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are ready to go home

PARKLAND

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baby a warm and safe ride home.

Baby

GR 7311

SAINUTAR.Y

H~'FANT DAIRY

A Pair of

Serving the LIBERTY DAIRY route while Dick Indcrbitzin is in the service.

Lanolized

Pacific Avenue at Airport Road

from

125th & Pacific Ave.

JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE

or

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KARO

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Baby's First Picture

Free Hialf

Hardeman Hat The Thing For Daddy's New Head Size from

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For Daddy's Car

Presented To The Proud Parents by

A Free Lube Job

FORREST LEONARD ·

Airport Rd. Cl Pacific GR 85 3 9

Baby's First Haircut

PHARMACY

Who Will le Little Miss or Mister 1953

At the Bank Corner GR 8519

Your Rexa[/ Dw9 Store

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PARKWAY FURNt,ITURE GR 3941

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Compliments of

MOTHER

!Parkland Barber Shop

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Crib ·Mattress

GR 3112

BEBTZ SERVICE

PARKLAND

Inner Spring

Book

WESTERN AUTO Airport & Pacific

from

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50 Gallons

Garfield & C Street

of MobiHueat

BABY SC Al ES

baby in '53.

Parkland 4 Shoe Store

4·ll Garfield St. - In lhc Parkland Centre Bldg. AL & MALCOLM SOINE

PARKLAND BRANCH

TO THIE

A FokJin9 C©Ir Seat

!Bottle Warmer

A free pair to the first

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SHAMROCK

Give your baby's feet Lhc right start in Poll-Parrots

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FROZEN FOOD CEN'TER 110 I 2 Pacific GR 7111

certified as the first Parkland

a Savings Account for you and

An Automobile Baby

Libby's Frozen Concentrated

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From our Produce DepL. for Mother Delivered To The Hospital

FOR BABY'S

Pkgs. Pablum

Baby of 1953, we will open

Cigars

A Gift You Will Cherish

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A Box

ART'S SHOE SHOP Garfield Street

A Bank Account For the Baby

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for Daddy

for Baby's first Pair

Jus!

GR 514G

112.30 Pacific Avenue

Soles .& Heels ,..,,.._~-

MARKET l 28th & Pacific

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lHOl l'acific Ave.

BA IRR ETT "S

TV LAMP

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DANIEL'S HARDWARE

Ma9danz Lumber and Hardware

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In Our Store

Across from the Posf Office

Froin

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Diaper Pail

Panda

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White or Dark

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FORMULA

and a Rattle

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Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-

PARKtAHD FUEL OIL' SERVICE f41Jf.Q

P.anties

CLOVER. CREEK MA.RKIET

A Glit1Jsco Jar and Tray Set

Compliments of

FOR BABY'S

Fancy,

in 1951, hy

BAKERY

JEN (10) GALLONS of

Pure Silk

Our Co111plirncnts

for Him on His First Birthday

FOR DADDY'S TIJUPS TO THE HOSPITAL

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24 Cans

CRanitc 3550

FREE

Courtesy of

B@by

with

Will Be Baked and Decorated

DELIVERED

GRani,te 7828

To Baby

FOR !BABY

122nd & Pacific Ave.

Cutler

FLOWERS f!OR. MOTHER

GR. 8192

For

Wm love

Who Wm Be Little Miss or Mister 1953

ARKLAND TAX I

239 Garfield St.

Pet Milk

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9813 Pacific

FLETCHER'S arket

HANER

PARKLAND JEWELERS

Anderson Lumber

LAlHUNAT'S APPAREL

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So Mom and D.:id Can \Vatch Baby's Growth

A ccHapsib!e Clothes Dryer

Stove or Deisel Oil Delivered To The

Viill Save Mother Many

Parent"s Home

light. wooden

Steps These Winter Days

from Compliments of

FURNITURE AND

APPLIANCES PHONE GR. 3691

DISTllUBUTING

Brookd

136th &: Pacific Ave.

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l 40th & Pacific Ave.

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GR. 5210 The January meeting of the Mid, land Orthopedic Guild will be held The Waller Road P-TA will meet Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 12:30 p.m. at the , home of Mrs. Charles Berg. Assisting at 8 .o'clock Thursday evening, Jan. hostesses will be Mesdames Dou g 8, at the Waller Road Community hall. Mrs, C. Meyers Wheeler will Morris and George Lin~. preside. 4-H Girls Go Caroling Mrs. Kenith Aarhaus, program Members of the Midland Girls 4-H and the Midland Clover. 4cH clubs chairman, has arranged for the apwent Christmas caroling Tuesday eve- pearance of Mrs. Trcasy nuerfeldt, ning, Dec. 23. They first visited their social worker, who will be guest speakwell-loved former teacher and his er. Her topic is "Child Guidance." lovely wife, Mr. and Mrs. Albert The Lincoln high school music deRcihs. After serenading them with partment will provide several prowell known Christmas songs and a gram numbers. short visit where they wexc ·treated to Mrs. Rcihs' fammls home-made candies and cookies, the girls traveled ~n over to Victor Eshpeter's grocery store on 56th nnd M, where they were treated to ice cream. They finished off the evening with treats at the Elmer Morud residence. Members mak-

Following the business .and program, an informal social hour will be enjoyed, Mrs. Aarhaus and Mrs. Lloyd Ebert as hostesses. All people of the community are cordially invited to share the pleasant event.

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fundamental concept-courtesy. "One of the biggest collision-makers ,;vc pave on the highway today," he added, "is the fellow who refuses to Repairing of Fine WatcheJ Our Specialty yield the .-igh-of-way; Yet the simple exercise of courtesy could prevent most 1nishaps." In addition to your rc,S'l1lar reso' ~\\\\\\111111111111111/W/nl.lfl///l///I///~~ New Miracle Drug Brin.gs . ~ lutions, add these life-saving 1·ules for ~ the highway: ~ ~ Consider carefully the rights of ~ olhcrs. ~ Offer hand signals before stopping ~ assoclatecl with cold•, smoking, and·\~ or turning. ether common irritants ;;; ·.,_ - _ U ndcrstand both local and state ~·

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Rely-not on HIS brakes, but on your own. Take time to reach sour destination safely. Exercise·· xeasonable judgment and common sense. Stay within your own lane, except for passing. Your courtesies will reflect in the attitude of others. "During 19.53, the State Patrol's safety education program will empha· size courtesy and. defensive driving," Chief Pryde said.· ''Being alert and anticipating the other driver's actions will make driving more enjoyable. Don't build your reputation as a considerate driver on someone cfse's cour~-

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ItooSort of shorl_ of mws this wccl: · · ~ hohday.s I guess. Wood much brook will hold their annual New Year's Hunt on. that day with the men members as hosts . · · Every member is expected to turn out for this gala event . . . members and guests only. This Sunday is also a scheduled Hunt so members of that popular organization will have plenty

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of riding. Lee Smith .(Smith's Market) nad Earl Craig and Louise Taylor, c~- n. hectic moment Saturday, Dec. 20, owners of Woodbrook stageJi n. gt- when he saw a car out of control

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The Parkland Junior Riding club held their Christmas party Monday evening, Dec. 29, at the home of :i member, Pamela Selden. The large rc=:crcation roon1 of the Selden hon1e was. gay with Chris.! 111as decorations and an cxchani;c ol .gt! ts reflected the spirit of the sc·ason. Games were played and the young people enjoyed square dancing with Dave Lawthers as the caller.

gantic celebration. last .Sunday · · · 1 hurt.l.ing. to.ward the everyone had a good tnue • · · the Christmas wmdow he had 1 eccntlr rain scared a kw away . · · if you completed for his store at_ Airport and missed the open house send a card . . Pacific. Luck was with !um, however, we certainly need a fine place ~u.ch ~s and the car did not wreck the \Voodbrook for the ruany ~ct1v1t1cs m dow, though it did strike the btuld1 the horse world ... now with a cm·cr- inr;, doing considerable damar;c. eel arena winter has nothing to stop Three cars wen: involved in the acmany from enjoying their riding · · · dclcnt which resulted when Sgt. SidMr. and ·Mrs. W. H. Crusan of On Tuesday evening there are class- ncy Allen Mays of McChord, north·' Parkland have announced the encs for flat saddle . enthus~asts co~;- bound on Pacific, made ~ left turn gagcment of their daughter Nancy to bincd with a flat.saddle dnll . . . its from the outside lane. His car was William Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. fun, come on out. . struck in the rear by a southbm'.nd Richard Kramer, also of Parkland. The Posse will be ridmg out there car driven by Lorimer Rose of .R1lfc Miss Crusan graduated from Clover on Thursdays after a few of the mem- and thrown against the car of Wifliarn Park hivh school last year and her bcrs get over their holid~y letha.rgy · · A. McDevitt of Rt. 3, B?x 638, Ta- fioncc i; a graduate of Lincoln. The and after the. annnal mstallat1011 of coma, which was on Airport road, wedlling is plnnnccl for .T uly. officers to take place on the 8th · · · facing cast, waiting for the hght. The

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yep, that's right, the 8th, a Thurs- Mays car r"bounded for the McDevitt ~ ~ day night. car and crashed into the Smtth store. 1 New Year's Celebration Several peojl>le suffered slight inParmenter Reds I have a card here on my desk juries and Mays was arrested. Tai Straight Run-Pullets & Cockerels Each 6c from the Washington Horsemen t~ll- Roberts of the Washington State Paing of their annual new year's _celebra- 1 trol was the officer on the case. tion starting at 8 :30 at then· clubRt. 1, Orting, Wash. 1 house . . . 8:30, and on it says . . . Pl10ne Sumner 3-3122 , Larry Kirkwood, the MC, Turkey dinner, etc. , .. looks like fun . • · for reservations call Esther Thayer, t~eighbcrs HI 939. The Parkland. Welcome Neighbor Don't forget the shindig at the club held a Christmas party Dee. 161 Graham Grange Hall on New Year's at the home of Mrs. Stanley PietrzyGet Our Bid - Guaranteed Less eve . . . you are invited. kowski, 1001 So. ! 10th. St. Members ~.HA HI 482.4 9229 I sco Dr. McKay over at the :Merid- played ga~cs and en1oyed an ~ fflMl1!i'R??"I?t'~' ian stables has some fine Saddle, bred change of gifts. ,• horses for sale ... reasonable, too ... A feature of the affoir was the elecsome of you ladies wanting an excell- tion of officers for the coming year. ent ple·asure horse, see Dr. McKay .. Mrs. Lloyd· Larsen was chosen presiGot any news? . . . I need it . , dent; Mrs. Howard Wilson, vice-president; 'TVfrs. Ivan J\..1akinstcr, secretary~ treasurer. The .next rncctl!lg ·wil.\ be held Tuesday afternoon,_Ja')•y·13.·~' ladies interested are invited tQ'meet with the club and share its many useful activi- j tics. The club provided a Thanksgiv- , ing basket for a needy family and also a baby layette. Further jnformatiqn may be had by calling GR. 4235 or GR. 4387.

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Seldom has the prayer for "Peace on Earth" been said so fervently as during this Christmas season-and seldom have we entered upon a new year with the hope for peace so strong in so many hearts.

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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Poche! entertnined· with a family party on Christmas day. Guests included Mr. and Mrs, Torn Bailey Jr. and children, Tom Bailey Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Newell Skinner and children.

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Our big tasl;; fpr the year 1953, or better yet, for the years 1953-1954, is to render snch State services as are absolutely essential and self-liquidating in their benefits, while at the same time proceeding carefully along a sound, business-like and economical program of government which will enable us to keep whittling away at our State debt. We can reduce this debt in two ways: Increasing taxes, or reducing expenditures. With our State growing by leaps and bounds, and the demand for services likewise increasing-there will have to be some cutting. where it may hurt, .But if we don't cut spending we will have to raise taxes--and that will hurt, too. It's going to ·hurt one way or the other, and it is our responsibility and duty to do that which will hurt the fewest and the least.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Onr country is entering· a year of critical times, and its futnre depends tip~n ccono;nic stability and cl e c p unity. As citizens of one of the 48 segments that make up America, it is our duty and responsibility to make onrs a sound segment. A balanced economy, a unity. of in.terest in the State's General welfare, and a willingness to do without those things we cannot afford at this time

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Directed by Bruce Humberstonc, lesque queen who forsakes. the f.ilm i.s .. abo.ut. a beautiful. the bumps burand grinds for a college education and brings show business to the classrooms. Among the hit .songs featured in "She's Working Her Way Through College" are ''With Plenty of Money and You" and ''I'll Be Loving You."

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Family Gatherings Many families were at home Christ, ~mas day, cntcrtruning relatives and friends. Just naming a few: t_he William Righettis, the Emerson Tarpennings, the Louis Symmons, the Harry Whites and the Sam Greens.

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