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Thursday, September 16, 1954 l'he TIME<::;s - JOURNAL following women on her team: Mesdames James Jensen, W. P. Blackstone, John Sager and substitutes, Walter Fritz and Clara Keane. The first game was played Wedncsdny, Sept.

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Thursday, September 16, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL

The women of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxil· iary are staging a benefit fashion show at the New Yorker Coney Island room on Wednesd ay, . S ept . 29 . All • ' a t 8·15 . p.m. proceeds will go to the Cereb1p l · t' ra a sy associa 10n. •For the first time in Tacoma . ' four leadmg women's apparel stores will combine to present ' fa11 f ash"ions. A the .l' atest m complete children's fashion show with boys and girls from tots to teens will model the latest attire for the younger set. Musical entertainment, door awards and a comedy fashion show entitled "A Women's Day from 2 to 2'' will be included in this unusual show. The Lento instrumental trio will be fea· tured. M~dels are Mesdames Alex Candoo, Jack Prowd, Art Abel, Nick Radonich, James Carbone, Roger McDonald, Robert Salonen, John Chitterdon, Henry lrmallatlon & Repall'll

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One Acre - $7450.00 EAST 72nd St. district. Possible 3 bedrooms, fruit, berries and grapes; garage and small chicken house. G. I. appraisal ordered. Call Helen O'Drit::n, GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5,1G9.

mediate possession, large !IvDOOKKEEPING ing room, ki Leh en wired 220, including ail tax re- l nook space, 3-pc. bath, 2 bed· Monthly basis, reason- rooms; concrete foundation, rates. John LaRue, PR large garage, fenced back yard. 3p52 1 block to bus. Call Ralph Deck. -···----·-·---·---·-··-L:r HI 9579. ROTOVATING-$3.50 an hour, ' $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, FURNISHED DUPLEX 3 ctf PH.ICED at only $7,250 with GR 6297. RRJCK, block, masonry work easy terms. Live in one, rent oi any kind; free estimates; will make your payments. 4 }:;ugene O'Dt::ll, HI 6826. 3c1f rooms, 3-pc. bath up, 5 rooms and 3-pc. bath down, auto. hot SAW FILING; soldering; work water, electric ranges, refrig-1· guaranteed. Cornt::r Waller & erators, etc., part basement. Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf Building in A-1 condilion. 2 lots, double garage. 2 blocks to bus SPANAWAY ELECTRIC CON· and business section. Call "l'RACTING ThermoRay Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Radiant Electric Heat; ask for SACRED HEART DIST. estimate. GR. 7064. 3ctf

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2 ·BEDROOM HOME, large living room, dining room, utility. Close to Midland School. Lots of fruit and berries.. Chicken houses. $100.00 down, or sell G.I., closing costs only. Mr. Underwood, GR 4148 or HA 9127 eves. 2 ACRES GOOD SOIL, on Golden Given Road. 2 bedroom home, guest house, double garage and chicken house. $9950.00. Cail Eager Weaver, HA 6250 anyth-ne. 7 ACRES - PARKLAND

4 BEDROOM farm type home, good condition, 2 barns, chicken house, garage. On Brookdale Road only few blocks to bus, stores. New homes all around. $12,750, with $2500 down. Owner will carry contract. Mrs. Miner, GR 4148 or GR 7913 eves. LIST WITH LORING-A LORING LISTING SELLS OPEN SUJ\'"DAYS and EVENINGS

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APPROXIMATELY 1/3 ACRE of good soil. Part basement; extra large 2-car garage; $8450.00, will srll G. I. for closing cost. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

BUILD HOMES--Remodel, 3 BEDROOM home in nice dist. buildings; cabinet work, living room, kitchen with eatconcrete work. Reasonable. ing space, dining room, bedGR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf room and bath down, 2 bedrooms up, lovely lawn with SOIL, 6 yards $10 deliv- trees, and beautiful back yard, GR 8373. 3ctf all fenced. Large shop and storLAWNMOWERS Grinding, age space.. Call Hal Under. Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & wood HI 9579 or PR 9896. Delivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. New and Used. PARKLAND McKinley CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 9579 Member of Tacoma Real Estab.i Board

Graduates Joyce Mattsen Prince, whose home is at 315 East 30th St., Tacoma, was among the 47 young women graduated by the racoma General Hospilal School of Nursing last week. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Niattscn of Spana\vay anc~ u graduate' of Clovor Park high school before she entered mlt'S· cs training.

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Much entertaining is being done for Mrs. George Thomas Jr: of Binghamton, New York, who arrived by Northwest Airline Sunday, Sept. 5. She is the sister of Mrs. Walrer Corrigan I and Mrs. George Rodricl{ Jr. of Midland. Evening of Games Don't forget to come out and enjoy an evening of fun and greeting your friends and neigh. bors at the big Evening of Games being sponsored by the members of St. John of the Woods parish this Friday evening, Sept. 17, at the Midland Community club hall, starting at 8:00. 'I11e men, under the leadership of Peter Moleman Jr., will have charge of the games and the women of the parish Altar society, with Mrs. Melvin Morrill in charge, will take care of the refreshments and special awards. Busy at Fair All 4-H members earning blue ribbons on exhibits at the recent Junior fair are eligible to exhibit them at the Puyallup Western Washington fair or the State 4-H fair at Yakima. Puyallup clothing entries go in Tuesday of this week and all the crafts and baking exhibits have to be entered by Friday noon, so Midland 4-H girls will be spending a busy week getting ready for thesetwo fairs. •ready for these two fairs. Dress Revue for the county will be modeling their outfits Sunday, Sept. 19, at 1:00 p.m. in the 4-H building at the Puyallup fair, so don't forget to stop in and see them at the fair. Midland 4-H'ers Mary Benson, Valeria Bombardier, Nina Ayers, Elizabeth Weir and Marlene Corrigan will also be getting ready to travel to Yakima to represent Pierce county in various contests.

2 YEAR OLD rambler with 2 J car attached garage in the PLAY PEN and Pad, $7; matheart of Parkland. 2 small sons tress, one year size, $2; Whitneed a bedroom, as big sister I I ney Sterarnatic Buggy, $:!5; Septic Tanks Cleaood and folks use other 2. Full _ _ _ __;._ _ Laclirs ice shoe skates, size 6, basement, oil furnace, conven- VI! ASHING MACHINE PARTS. :p. SK 2733. 15p1 ient kitchen with large eating Largest stock in town. Repairspacc, and laundry facilities. ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer WHTPPING CREAM; Call GR MA 2172 O. B. ACKLEY $12.200.00. Available for G.I. Service, 3727 So. G. Hl 9"11)9. 7375. 15pl YOUR BLOOD MAY SAVE or FHA financing. llctf ·-----·· A LIFE. Visit the Bloodmobile TRACTOR WORK - Plowlng, l~OR SALE - Fresh eggs._ med- Thursday or Friday at ll9th & discing, blade work, mowing; INCOME of $95 to $100 a month l , __ , , rnm and large; good wllipprng Pacific Avenue. Fred Ladwig. GR 8028. 3ctf from this older, remodeled 1 cream; GR 8720. 15p2 · ---·--·-home selling for $9,500.00. RESTAURAN1" Proper_ty may_ be more valu- 1936 CHEV. Coupe, $69, or HUNTER'S camping trailer. ONLY $400 full price for stock able for busmess later on. trade for meat· GR 3605 12cl The real thing for traveling, on hand in clean, up-to-date Owner will sell on private ' ----·· ·· · hunting, etc, $225. Jap rifle suburban restaurant in a busy TANK CLEANING contract. 14--SitµaHon W li converted to 300 Savage, intersection. Rent only $75 per SEPTIC TANKS - CESS $32.50; 45-70 lever action, old month on lease. Call for Mr. WANT TO RENT while your POOLS CLEANED loan goes through? This 2- ACCORDION LESSONS in but true to the mark, $37.50; Grodvig, Parkland Realty Co., Contents Hauled Away bedroom home on ~orner lot your home; instrument furn- 44-40 Colt, 5 1/z:' barrel, like 208 Garfield Str., Parkland, new, $42.50; 9 MM Luger, Wash. GH.anite 7232, or GRanHI 3980 HA 7038 lOOxlOO is vacant now and ished; call HA 5788 collect. 15c1 14ctf treated not to rust, $45.00; 5 itete 8210. sellers will let you live 'there h.p. Elgin outboard motor, used SMITH CABINET SHOP-Re- while the loan goes through, modeling, kitchen cabinets· we saving you the cost of 2 moves. ~RICK WORK - House level· very little, $50.00; 1942 Jeep, I 6-Uvestock, sell glass; 16309 S. Park Span- 'I110r automatic washer includ- mg and foundations, retaining darn good running cond., $425; away; GR 7949. ' 3ctf ed; oil furnace, 4 piece bath, walls, sidewalk and patios, fire. 41 Ford 11h ton truck, so good CASH for milk cows, beef, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and liv- place and stone work. GR 4291 you have to drive it to appreci· heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. ing room. $6,500.00. evenings. 14ctf ate it. 36 Plymouth, reasonable. Thackeray collect, Puyallup.· RAY GOGAN 16ctf PIANO LESSONS in my home Call GR 3272 Eves. & Sunday. 5-5414. LIVING ROOM 14x18, big ----LANDS CAPE CONSTRUCon Mile B Road, and at all enough? Large kitchen with TION. General landscaping schools in Bethel School Dist.; FOR SALE-Used stoves, good ARTIFICIAL BREEDEJtS service. New lawns, peat soil, cabinets and wired for 220, as Mrs. Richard Curtiss, GR 6695. buys; 1 wood burning cast iron Evergreen Breeders Asb'n. $7 well as 2 bedrooms and utility topsoil, shrubbery, ro11keries. 14c:53 heater, $16; 1 oil stove (heat- breeding fee; no eharge on reNothing down, 36 month.s to porch, besides large attic. New er), $15. MAGDANZ HARD· turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer. sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown pay. GR 3127. 3ctf foundation and good roof. Sale PIANO and electric organ les- WARE, 11401 Pacific Ave. price $6,000 and seller will sons; graduate Holy Ka.mes, Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup 15cl 5-8393. 16ctf LAWNMOWER sharpening; handle own contract for $1,000 also Cornish; Ann Guffin, GR 6488. 14c2 NEW SUPER FLAME HEATsaw filing; work guaranteed. down-or sell on G.I. loan. Corner Waller and Collins. Legal Notice 1436 SO. 95th is nice 2 bedroom LIVE in Woodland district; ERS: Liberal trade-in allowGR 7687. 3ctf bungalow with nice lawn all want ironing and mending; ance for your old heater; save around, garage with cement phone Puyallup 5.7653. 14c3 1/3 operating cost. Hundreds PETERS &. WITT HOUSE MOVING - Leveling, driveway, etc. $9,950 on G.I. -·-·---- , . , , _ - - · - - · of satisfied customers. MAGAttorneys foundations; cement work; free or FHA loan. I CIDLD CARE in my home; GR DANZ HARDWARE, 11401 11222 Pacific Ave. 14ctf Pacific Ave. 1 block south of estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf 4553. Tacoma 44, Wash. NYANZA PARK RAMBLER Parkland Bank, GR 5538. DAY WORK wanted by capable 15cl CLEANING, REPAY.RING fur· 44 BEVERLY DRIVE is a fine IN THE SUPERIOR COURT naces, · stokers, oil heater~; 3 bedroom home which has din- woman; $1 an hour; GR 3132. OF THE STATE OF WASH14p1 SLOAT'S BARGAIN SHOPReliable Oil Burner Service, ing alcove in living room, fire-\ INGTON FOR THE COUNTY , Deep freeze, 19-cu. ft., $250; OF PIERCE. GR. 6033. 3ctf place, hidden w.asher cupboi;rd 15-Miscelianeous davenports, dressers, chairs, NO. 58514 in kitchen which has eatmg beds. See our nice line of furNOTICE TO CREDITORS spaee. 2 car attached garage. niture and appliances at our $12,750.00 is total p~ice. If you LEAVE FILM at Qu.ality Photo new location, corner 128th & In The Matter Of The Estate Of ELIAS ALGER can pay off the eqmty, month- Service for developing. In at Pacific; open evenings and Suna/k/a EDWARD ALGER, ly payments will be only $64.86.j 110, out at 5. 9610 Pacific days. 15c1 Deceased. f Ave. 15ctf Jennie L. Groclvlg VVANTED - Someone to cut FOR SALE Girl's bicycle I Notice is hereby given that alder heater woou on shares: and quart Economy fruit jars; the undersigned has been ap· SPECIAL ORDER CAKES Crisman, 1!t mile west of Parkland 15cl J pointed and has qualified as Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann GR 6874. 11/f Pridian on Carlson Road; · · Administratrix of the above enBakery. 15ctf Insurance of All Kindl! Graham 7-7697. 5pl FOR SALE - Two 8-foot boats titled estate; that all persons Notary Public FOR SALE - Siegler heaters and oars, fishing or ducks; GR having claims against said deat Parkland Fuel Oil Service; 7021. Est. 1n Parkland Since 1941 15cl ceased are hereby required to GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. serve the same, duly verified, GR 7232 days 15ctf FOR SALE OF TRADE for on said Administratrix or her deer rifle or locker beef, 22 attorneys of record at the ad208 Garfield Street Vl ANTED-Buildings to wreck "Deal with the people who give 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-cord Mossberg with scope; GR 5814. dress below stated, and file tht:: loads, $14 and $16; alder fire· 15cl same with the Clerk of sa!d and sell used building White Ball Lumber you their own personal atten~ plilcl' wood, green, $15; Black Court, together with proof of Prince stoker coal, $J6.30; FOR SALE - Registered fawn such service, within six months im Road. Just west tion." lump 8z range coal, $12.70; male boxer pups; ears crop- after the date of first publicaView; GR 8591. 8ctf 15c1 tion of this notice or the same GR 6520. 15ctf ped; GE 581,1. TO BUY - House- FOR SALE 3-bedroom house FOR SALE - Used heaters at COMPLIMENTARY PRESEN- will be barred. Date of first publication: Sept. furniture, appliances, toys, in Roy, furnished or unfurn- Parkland Fuel Oil Service; TATION and free gift of .T TrP.. ding Post, 8328 Park ished; shown by appointment. GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Beauty Counsellor Cosmetics; 9th, 1954. 8c53 Write or phone owner, Miss J. 15ctf Parkland-Summit area; perMrs. Bertha E. Talbert Mae Chambers, 801 So. G S1:., centage given women's organAdministratrix of said Estate T,acoma; phone BR 1967. ·9ctf WANTED - Chickens and rab- izations or men's clubs. For 11222 Pacific Avenue · 9ctf bits. Call us before you sell. appointment, call GR 5814. Tacoma 44, Wash. Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 15cl PETERS & WITT FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2- Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. FOR SALE - 9 cu. ft. 1953 Attorneys for Estate 15etf bedroom house. Parkland area, HA 4406. FREE APPRAISAL Frigidaire freezer; 17" Syl- 11222 Pacific Ave. $1800. Present mortgage G.I. NEED LISTINGS, acreage TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET vania TV, like new; new Gen- Tacoma 44, Wash. Published in the Times-Journ. 2 to 4 bedroom home or 4% at $54 per month. Call classes. All ages. Mildred er al Electric washing machine; 9ctf srnall or large home in city. GR 8647. Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf '42 Chev. 2-Dr. Aero sedan, R. al Sept. 9, 16, 23, 1954. us IIELP YOU sell and PARKLAND FURNITURE _ H. ai~d directi.o!1al sig!1als! good finance your home. Help You New and used miscellaneou~; runmng cond1t1on; misc. items. Re-alty, GR 3871, days or eve· I 0-Rentals Airport & Pacific_A':.e.; !l,gs~:, _G_R_8_2_92_·________ WELL DRILUNG 9ctf deuce Phone lilt ;:H"l1:5. .L;:>c1r URGENTLY NEEDED - H.1de Berkeley ROOMS FOR RENT - Home COPPER STUDIO - Learn the to far side McChord Field, day MUST SELL privileges; garage; GR 6009. shift; vicinity 104th and A, GR €» JETS 10pl fascinating art of copper tool· 3930. 15c2 e SUBMERSIBLE.8 ing; day and evening classes: MAKE OFFER; immediate pis--...-....- - - - - - - - - 9 CENTRIFUGALS 15ctf GUNS for sale or trade; Win· sc:ssion; 4 per cent loan, WANTED - 2 or 3 bedroom GR 6066. Ei11 TUR.BINES :$53 payments, $1850 equity; 5- unfurnishe,d house; Parkland FOR SALE - Heavy wrapping chester 348, Model 71; 8 mm old 2 bedroom rambler; or vicinity; GR 5087. 10p1 paper in sheets approximately Mauser; 30-06 Enfield; P-:l8 Call GR 7281 1ed garage. Convenient to hand gun; 38 Colt revolver; school. bus and MeChord. Call FURNISHED light housekeep- 4%'x7', 2 cents a sheet. Times- Colt woodsman 22 target pist· Tacoma Pump & GR 7339 after 6 p.m. 9c1 i11<:>: room, 415 South 122nd, GR Journal office, ll9th and Pa- ol; H & R 22 target revolver. 15ptf 3714. lOpl cific Ave. Want 20 gauge double barrel Well Drilling -FOJ{ SALE - 5 room house; --"'""Rt. 7, Box 316 Tacoma full cement basement; 1¥.. FOR RENT - Store or office ALDER FIREPLACE WOOD: 410 & 22 0-U Savage, or 22 Trade11 acres; orchard; Summit dist. space in the Parkland Centre 1 llz cord load, $20; phone GR target rifle with scope. Call 1 Terms 15ctf GR 7193. 15cl lOcl 7524. GR &130. 9cl Bldg; GR 6945.

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Spanaway Mrs. Oliver Omat G.Ranite 6466 The Bethel High School P-T A will meet this Thursday at 8 p. m. at the high school, Mrs. Louis Symmons presiding. Follpwing the. meeting, a reception for teachers will be held; all parents are urged to attend. There are eight new teachers this year. Mrs. Marle Prettyman, program chairman, will present ·an attractive program. The executive ·board will serve the. refreshments. Here for Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wahlen of Falcon, S. D., ancf Mr. and Mrs. Max Welton attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. ·Delbert Prince (Lois Mattsen). While :here, they went With Mr. and Mrs. Welton, MJ"S· Chester Hos.. kins, Mrs. Harold Whitman,

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and Katherine Mott .to Mt' pens I S 16 Rainier, Cushman darn and Some Spanaway residents Bremerton Kavy Yard. thought the sheriff was tackin(T Fishing Trip up the foreclosure notice on th~ Mr. and Mrs. George Gates "old homestead" last week, but and Mr. and Mrs. James Frame were relieved to find it was the and daughter Vivian and son county commissioners' repre· Jimmy spent four days· fishing in sentative posting official notices the Straits of Juan de Fuca and in prominent places of the hearalso visited Olson's Creek, which ing on the petition of the Spanaway Water company for a Mrs. Gates recently acquired. '.Secret Pal Club franchise to lay water mains in· The Secret Pal Sewing club the county roads. met at the home of Mrs. Robert "Things are movmg rapidly" Steidel. Those present were happily stated Hugh Gonyeau, Mesdames Don McLellan, Harry president. . White, Beulah Ballard, Louis "The bids for drilling the well Symrp.ons, Emerson Tarpenn- will be opened this evening, ing, Edward Flannery Oliver Sept. 16. This well is expected Omat and Robert McC~llough. · to produce betwe.en 350 and 500 Moved to Parkland gallons per minute of water. It Mr. {!.nd Mrs. Carl Holder ~11 be located on ou~ 12 lot and children .. have moved to site next to the Community Hall. Parkland. They will certainly "The minimum of 75 rnembe missed as they .have been bers has been passed. and drillactive community workers. ing is expected to. commence in the very near future. All who are . interested. in joining are GIVE A PINT OF BLOOD urged to contact me at GR 8285.'

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The Busy Beavers 4-H club will soon be finishing up its year; all project reports must be in by Sept. 30. Ervin Myhre and Philip and Ellis. Rousseau attended. camp at beautiful Millersylv;:trua in July. Those who attended stock judging at the Reise farm were David Wiggins, .Ervin Myhre and Ellis and Philip Rousseau. Most of the members attended the Sumner fair. Those who won ribbons were La,rry Irish, red for potatoes; Ervin Myhre, blue for swine, and Ray Gogan, blue on rabbits. Mrs. Bastrom took the following boys to the Chehalis fair for livestock judging;. Linn Bastrom and Philip and Ellis Rousseau. All those who completed their record books may attend a roller skating party at the. end of the..month. Basic. Trainil}g NormanHale,.son of Mr.'. and Mrs. William Hate of Canyon . road, .is taking his b<tSic. tr<i'in~ ing at the Air .Force Base at San Antonio,. Texas. To Present Colors Cub Scout pack No. 92, sponsored by the Collins P-TA, will present the colors at the recep. tion for the teachers this (Thursday) evening in the school gym. Thos.e participating are Ronald Godfrey, Ervin Myhre and Jerry Anderson. Mrs. Kenneth. Shafer is hospitality chairman; Mrs. Sam filli.~ man and Robert Brass wlil be in charge of recreation. Tots Club D.ance Don't forget the Collins Tots club dance at the Collins Grange hall Oct. 30; everyone invited. Guests Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miner have returned to their home in San Rafael, Calif., after spending two weeks with the Leonard Miners.

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Now that the weather is cooler, Flagpole Kittie doesn't keep the canvas curtains of her little nest rolled up all the time. It's pretty breezy on top of a 60foot pole and the small electric heater Kittie uses isn't suffic. ient to warm up all outdoors as it would have to do if th~ curta~ns. were open. But, even so, .Kittle doesn't want to miss seemg her friends and so asks the~ to soun~ three blasts on th.ell' automobile horns and she ';ill make her appearance in no time at all. . Kittie reports many interestmg telephone friendships and is always glad to talk to people who call her; the number is GR.anite 4777. "Don't waste time trymg t? call me in the middle ?f the mght thoug~,'' she warns. 'I take the receiver off the hook at bedtime." Kittie's contest for a name for her little 8'x8' house is bringing a lot of entries. It's all ~or fun-nothing to buy, nothmg to send in except . the name. Just address the letter or card to Flagpole Kittie, 140th and Pacific Ave. The prize is a Zenith table model radio; the contest closes Sept. 30.

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Saturday evening dancing date after she comes down from her perch. In turn, the mike will be ,raised to her nest and she will auction off Larry Kirkwood. All during the evening free coffee and doughnuts will be served to "slaves" and spectators alike by lovely slave girls in colorful authentic costumes. Rain or Shine It is stresse'd that the Slave Auction will positively take place at the appointed time, rain or shine! If the evening is fine, the sale will be held on the Pochel grounds, under Kit. tie's flag pole. In case of raln, it will be held in the Poche! store, which ·will have been cleared· of all merchandise for the occasion. The Fochel comp. any fsn't taking any chances on having to move a lot of stuff twice, so is holding a gigantic sale on all used appliances, ordinarily stored there: In addition to all the fua of the auction, there will be fine entertainment intersperced with the events, talented local people and a few professionals putting on a pro.gram sure to please. Don't miss it! Everyone Invited The Slave Auction is pot just an event for busines11',?eople, but for the whole countryside. It will be exciting, it will be fun, it will be FREE. The affair was planned for the designated location because a lot of room was needed to accomodate the huge crowd expected. There are little jobs around practically every home that just don't get done; why not come out.Friday evening and "buy" a slave for that job at your house? Or, even if you don't expect to bid for anyone, come along anyway, just for laughs. See you Friday

Among the 27 young men and three young women from Tacoma and vicinity who enlisted in the U.S. Navy during the month of August were the following whose homes are in the Times-Journal territory; Raymond L. Adey, 9711 East Harrison St.; Robert G. Buermann, Eatonville; Robert E. Conway, Thursday & Friday; the BloodSpanaway, and Joan E. Herr, mobile will be parked at 119th 752 So. 108th St. and Pacific those two days.

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Prices Effec;tive Friday and Saturday, Sepfember 17th. 18th

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TRIANGLE X-TRA EGG PRODUCER A Dependable "Booster., Feed That Builds Greater Egg Profits Now is the time to give your fall layers that .extra ""' boost to get them laying heavier and more regularly right through the winter. Triangle X-tra Egg Producer, in Mash or Pellet form, aDSwers their needs. It supplies plenty of egg producing elements--plus the proper balance to keep your layers healthy and vigorous. Records of successful poultrymen show that this feed· pays off in substantial profit increases. Prove it for yourself -with mor.e em;rsl

To Rock Bottom WE NEED THE ROOM FOR THE

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To be held at our store Friday evening, sponsored by the Parkland Business Club • • •

Flag Pole Kittie Says: nWe've got the · · values of a life time here:• -

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Your Fuel Oil & Appliance Dealer

POCHEL

122nd and Pacific Ave.. Phone GRcmite ·8550

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1.Uth 4 Pacifki

DISTRIBUTING COMPANY


Times journal v 10 no 1 sep 16, 1954