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Starts New Series The Franklin Pierce Square Dance club held its first session of the new 10-party series ·wed· nesday ·evening in the high school .cafeteria. Those interest· ed in joining the group may register any time be• fore Oct. 6 and are urged to come to the nert party on Wednesday, Sept. 29. Tbc class is . for adult beginners and meets each Wednesday. evening from 8 to 10 o'clock.

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Now that thE! Primaries are behind, there is one political promise we are all waiting to hear from each of the candidates-the promise that, win or lose, they will remove all their political posters. Each election year we are forced to look at pictures of candidates with VOTE FOR SMITH, VOTE FOR JONES, VOTE FOR BLACK underneath. Once the election is over, must we still stare at these same faces for four years or until the weather finally washes them away? Do you candidates doubt that they will last four years? We'll be glad to point out several posters from the campaign four years ago, still prominently d.isplayed. How about it, fellows?· Let's hear this one campaign promise. And you good citizens who pledged this and that during the primary campaign-but lost-how about showing what good sports you are by removing your old posters. Do you think our request is at all unreasonable? We'll be watching those posters. THE TIMES-JOURNAL STAFF ~

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Attention. Mothers Mothersingers of the Frank' lin Pierce district arc seeking new members. All mothers of this district are invited to come and sing with us at Central 7.95 Avenue school Monday evening~ from 7 :30 to 9 o'clock. Sizes 11·6 If you are a bathroom sopMens Sizes 9.95 rano (or alto), do your practicing with us. For further in· Top Quality Waterproof formation, call me at GR 8886. Mrs. Eberlein Shoes for Active Boys at

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Dinner Planned As·- Benefit For Playground Luigi, (Parkland's Luigi, nol tbe Luigi of downtown Tacoma fame) has volunteered to pre· pare a delicious six.course Italian dinner for the Park· land Business club members, other residents of the area, to be held Oct. 20, all proceeds to go to the Parkland Playground fund. The place for the dinner will be announced. The dinner will be an allyou-can.eat affair, wilh delic· ious Italian spaghetti, fried chicken and many other good things, so save your appetite and watch the Times-Journal for• further announceme:rrts. Who. is Luigi of Parkland? We don't know, and even if \Ve did we wouldn't tell. Luigi will be unmasked at the dinner.

Many Donors Ai Bloodmobile In Parkland The Bloodmobile of the Ta· coma-Pierce County Blood Bank is reported to bave had a very successful stop at Parkland last Thursday and Friday; with 35 pints of blood added to the critically short supply. Those in charge of the mobile unit were deeply appreciative, of the fine reception given them at Parkland and of the good publicity accorded the project by advertising paid for by nearly 50 business firms of the area. In addition to the newspaper publicity, four firms proffered valua·ble awards, whdch were givch to persons offering blood. Kenneth Pottle, 19800 Pipeline Road, Renton, received a $5 gift certificate at McKewen Studio; Ray Leap; Rt. 7, Box 112, Tacoma, $10 savings account at National Bank of Washington; Stanley Hulsman, PLC student, special $15 cake at Patty Ann Bakery; Georgina Clarke, 1301 So. 119th St., pencil with Ronson lighter; given by_ Johnson Drug Store.

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Elk Plain 4 .. H The next meeting of the Elk Plain Girls 4-H club will be held at the home of Dolores Qt. terstad on Monday, Sept. 27. It will be a birthidny party celebrating the birthdays of Pauline Darling, Alice Tibbitts, Ellen. Clark, SJiarron Shannon and Nancy Phelps. The last meeting was with Pauline Darling Sept. 13, members enjoying a "cook out" over a bonfire.

National Kids Dl'y wi11 tc The Slave Auction FriciaY celebrated by the Kiwanis club night developed into more fun, Saturday, Sept. 25, by playing more surprises and more free host to all youngsters of the Franklin Pierce and Spanaway coffee and doughnuts than resiareas for the showing of a ·film, dents· of the area have seen in "The Great Dan Palch." All one long while. The venture children through the 8th grade sponsored by the Parkland are cordially invited to attend Business .club was a huge sue. FRYING this free show. The Key clubs cess profit-wise as well, with of the BeiJhel and Franklin the playground fund increasing Pierce high schools wil assist by $671.31, less the relatively the Kiwanis club with the showsmall expenses. From the results of the bid~ ing. ding, you may very well happen - The film will be shown in the Colored to witness the followfhg amazMidland school gymnasium at ing spectacles: Harry (Mystery 7 p. m., in the Parkland school Man) Sprinker lugging your gymnasium at 2 :30. The film will be shown in the Spanaway groceries from the Bargain Basket counter out to your car; school Saturday afternoon at Sheriff Harold Bird washing 3 o'clock. ~Fryer Br.easts m le9s windows down at the Dryer Popcorn will be sold at cost. Mortuary; Frank Stojack picking chickens or making deliv· Nebraska Dance cries for Armstrono- Poultrv A party dance fbr ·all former Co.; M. A. Stephen;on having THREE LOVELi ES who served the free coffee and. doughnuts at lunch with Attorney General Friday night's Slave Auction, with a Sheik. Shown, left to right, Nebraskans and their friends Don Eastvold and then touring Dolores Brown, Nona Stephenson, Clarence Lacrosse and Patty will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, -Photo by McKewen at Arlington hall, 72nd and So. the capitol with Mrs. Hugh McDon-ald. Pine SL, Tacoma. Bring either 11009 Paciflo Rossellini as guide; Kent Erick· GR 5524 cake or sandwiches. kson pushing a load of horse Active CllM!b Now manure down Pacific avenue On Year . Schechille trying to sell it, with Otto Gorn. Everybcdys Taking A Big Look At The New '55 ache· standing by to pocket the The Evergreen Active club of proceeds; Howie Snowden polParkland is now operating on ishing the bar at the Shamrock regular schedule, holding din· Tavern (maybe they'll even ner meetings at 7:30 o'clock on make.a bartender out of him). , . 1, Jennie Grodvig opening her Wes McKewen, . staff photo· the second and fourth Wedneshome for the Times-Journal ~r~her for the Times-Journal, days of each month at Gene's Christmas party, with Trav 1s 111. Oregon today (!hursday) Cafe, 38th and Yakima. Dryer as butler and Helen to cover the ded1cat10n of the The installation of officers Johnson as maid; Roger McDon. !l"iga11tic new McKary .dam. It highlighted the first fall meet· ald chauffeuring Rubf Lacrosse !~ e::::pected that he will bring ing, Jield Sept. 11. Bill Sanders and Dorothy Fletcher to- b.acl;: a fine stor? of the impres.- is president; Art Lewis, vice wherc'd you say,· girls? Spa- s1ye cer:mony. m which Pres1. president; Fred Sandf'rson, secYOU PAY AS LOW AS $2.50 PER WEEK kane? Dolores Brown making dent D:vight Eisenhower formal- Tetary, and Nevis Thompson, pies for Al Soine· Connie Erick- l:y dedicates the dam and starts treasurer. son _saddle soaplng Donna Mc~ the fifth of the ultimate 14 gen· The first major activity of Kewen's saddle. erators. All are scheduled to be the year will be the fall counDel.Cheney tripping the light in Pperation by the end of 1956. sellors meeting Sunday, Sept. fantastic _with Fl_agp9le Kitty . J?~t more important to Park- 26, .from 11 a.m. till 5 p.m. at sometime pext Febri.tary,-"-the ]f>;1.·• ·,~QJfle than :lV[cI{ewen's ac- the New YorJ~er cafe, with the next weekend Btid Mathies will cqµnt of the dedication will be Evergreen club ·.host to all squire her around; Al Soine en- the· pictures he expects to take other clubs of the 2nd District. joying a breakfast on Burt Mc- of the president at this time. Murtrie's breakfast hour. Since establishing the McKewHow mixed.up can things get? en S_tudios in Parkland he has Oh, brother, must I go on? Try demonstrated his. mastery of this one for size: When you commercial photography, csorder a load of lumber from pecially actkm shots, and is Brookdale Lumber Co., don't be sure to bring home some very surprised to see vivacious Betty interesting photographs of the Anderson driving the truck, and President. when your neighbor orders a Several weeks ago the Times. load of lumber from the Ander- Journal received an invitation son Lumber Co., ~on't be sur- to. send representatives to the prised if it is delivered on a dedication and Jack Brown the Brookdale Lumber Co. truck publisl-ier, felt that McK~wen with their driver at the controls. was a "natural" for the job. Had enough? No? Okeh, here Not only was he the sole memwe go with inore events you may ber of the staff who could soon witness: Jack Whisler ac- handle the ,Photography, but, becompanying Del Cheney on one ing a war veteran with a fine of his wild mountain horseback record of many years of serv· nightmares; Mrs. Honeywell, ed. ice, knows his way around on itor of the~please rise and bow an occasion involving the mili· twice t<;> the east-Times.Journ· tary. After careful examination al, baby sitting at the Ray Bart- of his record by security of· our Standard Furnace Oil o.lld we take over"pronto'•... It, ley home; Morrie Anderson ficers, .McKewen was sent creputting the finishing touches on dentials taking him right into with Thennisol cleans your let you forget heating prob· : 1.::: {Continued on Page 4) (Continued On Page 4) By Jack Brown, Slave No. 76

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A. . Crist, 131st street, was beautifully decorated with flowers Sunday, Sept. 12, for the celebration of.the 58th wedding anniversary of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Crist were married Sept. 12, .1896, at Lime Springs, Iowa. They were happy to have with them on this · day their two daughters,. with their families, Mr. and lYfrs. Lawrence Savage (Olive) and son Willis and Mrs. Ormento Patrick and son Paul; also Mrs, Crist's sister, Mrs. H. L. Hughes of Seattle and a niece, Hazel Hughes of Crescent City, Calif.; a cousin, Mrs. Margaret Williams of Tacoma; a. brotl1er, Adani Dunn of Five Mile lake, and several old friends, including Mrs. John Hughes, Mrs; Gladys Appling, Mrs. Alma .Coffey, Mr. and Earl Clemens and Mrs. Earnestine Savage, all of the vicinity, and Mr. and Mrs. Hamberg of Wisconsin. A bountiful turkey dinner was enjoyed and, later in the evening, moving pictures were shown. Spaghetti Dinner The Ladies Auxiliary of the Summit Volunteer Fire department will serve a Spaghetti dinner in the fire hall Saturday, Oct. 2. Save the date! Spradley - Low.e An altar banked with baskets of white .gladioli and chrysanthemums was the setting in the

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WALLER ROAD 14 BEDROOM.S, large living r.oo.m, large lntchcn with extra ft0TOVATING~$3.5D an hour, pantry and utility room. 6o/1 $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, acres of black loam soil. 40 GR 6297. · 3ctf assorted fruit trees, double ·· garage, barn, chicken house, BRICK, Mock, masonry work and work shop. 'Would make of ·any kind; free estimates; a wonderful bulb farm. Price Eugene O'Dell, HI 6826. · 3clf $19,500.00. SAW FILING; soldering; work PARKLAND guaranteed. Corner Waller & Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf OWNER MUST SELL on account of his work in Seattle. 2 bedroom home, 75 by 100 M ET RO P 0 L I TA N feet property, incomplete basement. $6500.00. $500.00 down. LIFE INSURANCE CO. - NOW HAS 2 YEAR OLD RAMBLER in the heart of Parkland. Lots & 100 by 6cJ feet. Living room, Insurance kitchen, 2 bedrooms, fUll size basement, attached garage. Call Your Parkland Representative $12,200.00. Owner will sell on FHA 'br GI. RAY STEICHEN Day BR 3186 - Nite HI 7667 2 HOMES AT 801 and 801% South 119th for sale on. conSPANAWAY ELECTRIC CON- tract at $9,500.00 for both. I TRACTING ThermoRay Small home has been rented : f Radiant Electric Heat'; ask for for $37.50 per month. Make estimate. GR. 7064. 3ctf an offer for down payment and monthly payments and I shall WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, submit to owners who are level buildings; cabinet work, concrete work. Reasonable. overseas. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf 11705 SOUTH L IS FOR SA.LE at $6,500 on GI loan, or for TOP SOIL, 6 yards $10 deliv- rent with option provided you ered; GR 8373. 3ctf can make $500.00 down payLAWNMOWERS Grinding, ment withkt a year's time. $55 Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & per month. D..elivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. New and Used. PARKLAND DUPLEX IN THE HEART OF CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf ,pARKLAJ:\D which has 1 two ·bedroom apartment. and 1 one bedroom apartment on 2% lots just 1 % ·blocks west of Park Avenue. Wonderful buy for the retired couple at $11,500.00.

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WHY PAY RENT /Jt.;,. When you can own your own business location. Small building on Garfield St. in Parkland between Pacific Lutheran College and Post Office. Full price only $3000. Mr. Loring. ON AIRPORT ROAD 5 acres, all cleared, 1 B. R. home, barn, chicken house, garage, workshop, some furniture, lots of fruit and berries. A steal at $5500. PACIFIC AVE. FRONTAGE Near Parkland. 115 ft. on Pacific x 540 deep. Wonderful site for motel or trailer court. More land available in rear. Has good 2 B. R. home, workshop and shed. On bus line. $8600. full price. o GOLDEN GIVEN ROAD "O 111 2 acres, 2 B. R. home with large living rm. separate :0 dining rm., guest house with shower, double garage, -i chicken house. $2000 dn, owner will carry contract. < COLLINS ROAD :!': 9 acres in this popular district, with 4 B. R. home, )> z only 7 years old. Full basement. Peach orchard and )> nearly acre in blueberries. Close to Collins School. Gl m Mr. Underwo0d. s 29 LOTS 111 On So. 134th SL -Only $100.00 each. Take two, take z a whole bunch. Mrs. Miner. -i FOR RENT, 1 B. R. Furnished House in Parkland, $55. Month, plus utilities.

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WANTED TO-BUY-Household furniture, appliances, toys. B & J Trading Post, 8328 Park Ave. 15c5 · , FDR SALE -: Wo?d heater, double bed sprmg, nusc.; Harts Lake Road at left on edge of Army Post; Homer A. Hawk.< phone Roy 453. 15p:.i

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FOR RENT - 3-room cabin; TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET • $25 a month, utilities paid; classes. All ages. Mildred 4502 East Mt. Tacoma Drive. Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 10 c2 PARKLAND FURNI;l~lfRE .FOR RENT - Store or office New and used miseellancous; space in the Parkland Centre Airport & Pacific, Ave.; ResiBldg.; GR 6945. 10c2 dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf

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WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, acreage, lot$, building FREE APPRAISAL sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, WE NEED LISTINGS, acreage 3, 4 bedrooms). with 2 to 4 'bedroom home or small or large home in city. JAMES R. LOR.ING Let us HELP YOU sell and finance your home. Help You REAL ESTATE Realty, GR 3871, days or eve-. 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland 1 1 ning. 9c_t f 'JV AI'l°"TED - G1ickens and rab~ '! GRanite 4148 Anytime I -·----bits. Call us before vou sell. ! Homes in Parkland CommunCo e' Poultry Marl{et 7036 ity; Acreage close in, either , P ..s , ' Pac1f1c Ave., Tacoma, vVash... with or without building$, I 0-Rentals HA 4406. l5ctf

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\RTIFICIAL BREEDEHS F:vcrgrecn Breeders As~'n. $7 breeding fee; no charge on returns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup 5 -8393. 16ctf

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TI-IEEE BEDHOOMS; garage; workshop; nice yard; G. L appraised. Ecnt while deal is processing to qualified veteran. Call Mr. Dammd, GR 3684 or Gn 8638.

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE. NO. 58514 NOTICE TO CREDITORS C/) In The Matter Of The Estate Of I.LI ELIAS ALGER j:.: a/k/a EDWARD ALGER, z Deceased. :::> Notice is hereby given that la: the undersigned has been ap0 pointed and has qualified as 0. Administratrix of the above en0. titled estate; that all persons 0 having claims against said deC/) ceased are hereby required to If) serve the same, duly verified, I.LI z on said Administratrix or her attorneys of record at the adwj dress below stated, and file the ~ 1 same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Dale of first publication: Sept. Dth, 1954. Mrs. Bertha E. Talbert LIST WITH LORING-A LORING LISTING SELLS Administratrix of said Estate OPEN SUl'\DAYS and EVENINGS 11222 Pacific Avenue Tacoma ·1'1, VVash. i PETERS & WITT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Attorneys for Estate 12009 Pacific Ave. Office Phone: GRanite 4143 I 1 11222 Pacific Ave. & 5602 McKinley Ave. HA 6250 '-."-' Tacoma 44. 'Wash. "r-,,,. _ 'j Published in the Timcs-Journ•S° Mail Address P.O. Box 707, Parkland, Wash. v al Sept. 9, 16, 23, 1954. I . FOR SALE - Fresh eggs, m<'dI I-Repair Service " ium and large; good whipping HAVE YOUR CABINETlii cream; GR 8720. 15p2 WASHING MACHINE PARTS. CUSTOM BUILT Largest stock in town. Repair- URGENl~LY -NEEDED - Ride I ing Umt pleases. B.B.'s ·washer to far side McChord Field, day At No Extra Cost Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. shift; vicinity 104th and A, GR RHONE'S CABINET SHOP llctf 3930. 15c2 161st &. Park Ave. GRanite 3342 FOR SALE - Used davenport 13-Farm Ads and chair; wine color mohair 15c2, FOR SALE - WEANER pigs. frieze; call HA 2677. WELL DRILLING Chesterwhites; phone Graham FOR SALE - 1 used Magic 7-2127. 13c 2 Chef bottled gas range and Berkeley P!U!mps COMPLETE LINE of Fisher's water heater; reasonable; GH. <Ill JETS 4168. l5c2 Quality Feeds at HIGHLAND • SUBMERSIBLES FEED MILLS, 96th & Port- TWO-WHEEL TRAILER, oil • CENTRIFUGALS land Ave., GR 8585. 13c2 range, wooden churn, electric I& TURBINES heater; will sell or trade for CaH GR 7281 14--Situation Wanted locker meat; GR 4558. 15p2

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First meeting of rhe year for Parkland P-TA will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 30, in the school gymnasium, Mrs. Travers Dryer presiding. I 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER on This will be a back-to-school four level lots overlooking Mcnight event and an attractive Chord Field in good residential district. Home is heated evening of recreation has been with electricity, has knotty planned, with Mr. Keyes leadcedar especially built cabinet ing in folk dance.s and mixers. Septic Tank Cleaning kitchen with corner window in Teachers are hostesses for these dining corner. Owners will free Estimates activities. consider selling range, refi'igerAnd Advice Health Education Day· ator and automatic washer if buyer is interested in appliEveryone is reminded to atances. There isn't another home tend Health Education Day at in .Parkland like this one. Call Franklin Pierce high school for "Tony", GR 8164 eve. or Wednesday, Sept. 29, 9 a. m. Sundays; GR 7232 days. to 2 :30 p . rn. Discussion . on skin +EORGE PURDUE-Plumbing Heating. New work. RemodelSPANAWAY diseases .and sex education will ing, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. 2 BEDROOMS, living room, ibe Jed by qualified speakers. 3cTJ kitchen, with. unfinisheLI attic A nursery will be provided and coffee will be served, those '5EPTIC TANKS CLEANED-- for 2 more bedrooms, full basement for car and boat attending being asked to bring Contents hauled away. Don house. On lake. Spanaway. Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA their own sack lunches. The 25c 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 Owner said sell - now $6500. registration fee will help defray 1436 SO. 95th • TACOMA 3ctf expenses of the day. FULL BASEMENT under this ACE SEPTIC TANK cozy 2 bedroom home with living room, utility room off Well Baby Clinic kitchen, garage with cement SER.VICE driveway-good home for the retired couple. $9,950-or ownSeptic Tanks. Cleaned The. Well Baby .clinic sponer will consider trade for prosored jointly by the Midland, perty in Renton, Kent, AuCentral Avenue and Collins PreGR. 4343 -1?-Prll:\_ school groups will be hel.d Tues- O.B.ACKLEV MA 2172 LAKEWOOD RAMBLER day, Sept 28, in tlle Midland fire hall, with registration from ffiACTOR WORK - Plowing, WELL located in Nyanza Park 9 to 10 a. m. Dr. Jack Erickson discing, blade work, mowing; is this fine home for the modof Parkland will be assisted by .l!red Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf erate income family, 3 bedrooms with 2 car attached gartwo nurses from the Pierce age as •.veil as dining alcove, County Health department. nice kitchen with eating space, Free examination and shots fireplace in living room. Ownfor all children of pre-school TANK CLEANING ers want acreage witl1 older home. $12,750.00. age.will b~ J?rovided. For furthl!§EPTIC TANKS _ CES~ er mfor~at10n, call Mrs; AndPOOLS CLEANED Jennie L. Grodvlg rew Cl11slensen, GR 7832, of Midlalld; Mrs. Roy Wright, GR Contents Hauled Away 7576, of Central Avenue; Mrs. ""'' 3980 HA 7038 ACCORDION LESSONS in Insurance of All Kinds Carl Essanam, GR 7021, of Co1-1· · . . your home; instrument furnlins SMITH CABINET SHOP-ReNotary Public ished; call HA 5788 collect. . modeling, kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 3. Park, Spall· Est. in Parkland Since 1941 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _l_4_ctf away; GR 7949. 3ctf GR 7232 days BRICK WORK --House leveling and fouµdations, retaining 208 Garfield Street At Kapowsin Wed. RAY GOGAN walls, sidewalk and patios fireThe first fall meeting of the LANDS CAPE CONSTRUC- "Deal with the people who give place and stone work. GR' 4291 14ctf Bethel Committee will be held TION. General. landscaping you their own personal atten- evenings. i.n the Kapowsin scho.o1 Wednes- service. New lawns, peat soil, tion." ' PIANO and electric organ lesday, Sept. 29, beginning at 10 topsoil, shrubbery, roGkeries. sons; graduate Holy J:\ames, a. m .. Mrs. Fred Anderson will Nothing down, 36 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf FOR SALE -·- G.I. equity in 2- also Cornish; Ann Guffin, GR preside. 14c2 bedroom house. Parkland area, 6488. The committee is composed f:IOUSE MOVING Leveling, $1800. Present mortgage G.l. by the president of each P-TA foundations; cement work; free 4% at $54 per month. Call LIVE in Woodland district; 3ctf GR 8647. of the Bethel distrist, who is estimates. PR 2653. 9ctf want ironing and mcndillg; phone Puyallup 5-7653. 14c3 __ ,. ________ accompanied by one member CLEANING, REPAIRING furwhich she selects from her exe- naces, stokers, oil heaters; CHILD CARE in my home; GR $6,200.00 cutive board. 4553. 14ctf Reliable Oil Burner Service, $500 DOWN should handle this The committee plans a busy GR. 6033. 3ctf clean 2 bedroom home, conyear for the benefit of .the WE GRTh'TI our whole grain as crete foundation, newly paintschools of the district. you like it; see us for your ed and in A-1 shape. 2 blocks needs; HIGHLAND FEED to bus and stores. Call -Ralph CHILD CARE in my home days; -baby sitting in your home eveMJCLLS, 96thi & Portland Ave., Decker, HI 9579. Now i~ Japan nings; GR 8810. 14c2 GR 8585. 3c2 NO'DHING DOWN GI XVI Corps, Japan--l:'fc. Deane WANTED Grade . school age 3 BEDROOMS, living room, dillL. Hecht, 20, son of Mr. and to board and room; ing room, kitchen wired 220, 2children Mrs. Worthy D. Hecht, Rt. 1, 5- e p Wante blocks to James Sales school. 3 pc. bath, plastered interior. GR Graham, Washington, recently 14c2 BABY SITTER wanted day- 3 fenced lots, garage, only 2 - · 5751 · . arrived in Japan for duty with time; call GR 3842 after 4:30 blocks to bus. Call Ralph CI-ITLD CARE in my home; GR the 8174th Army Unit. p.m. 5c2 Decker, HI 9579. 3063. 14c3 Private First Class Hecht, a ALLEJ:\MORE DIST. radio operator in the 50th Sig- · OPPORTUNITY nal Battalion, entered the Army HERE is an ideal opportunity 2 BEDROOM home on corner! 15-Miscelianeous last December and completed for selected woman to obtain lot, overlooking golf course. floors, kitchen with basic training at Fort Ord, dignified, remunerative self Hardwood eating space, lawn and shrubs. LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Calif. He attended Washington employment at adjustable Garage. Home in excellent Service for developing. In at State college. hours in this district. Will train condition inside and out. G.I., '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Someone's exceptional oppor· FHA or owner's equity. Call Ave. 15ctf --~.---tunity. Call BR 1850. 5p2 Hal Underwood, HI 9579 or 1 - - - - - - PR 9896. SPECIAL ORDER CAKES Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann McKinley Hill Realty Ba_kery. 15<:!!

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PIERCE COUNTY'S BEST-These two attractive young 4-H'ers are in Yakima this weekend to represent Pierce County at the Washillgton State fair, putting on their award winning· luncheon in the Meal Preparation contest. Pictur.ed completing the main course chicken croquettes are, left to right, Dorothy Keil and Wallene Lee.

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Of the iriginal 92 contestants in the Pierce County 4-H club Meal Preparation contest from fae Fruitland Grange, vVallene Lee and Dorothy Keil are the winners. Their winning luncheon was served in June to E. Z. Fredricks, P. M. Lemoine, Mrs. A. S. Melovidoff (judge of the fin. al county contestants) and Mrs. Kennet'h Keil, Dorothy's mother and leader of these girls in club activities. The luncheon consisted of chicken croquettes, tossed salad, rolls, a baked des. sent and coffee and was prepared and served in Tacoma City Light's model kitchen located in the new Tacoma City Light Administration building. Mrs. Florence Allen, who is with the Extension Service supervising the 4-H club activities, has said, "The 4-H club members have a real advantage by having t'he experience of working in the model kitchen and learning to use the la test and most efficient electrical appliances." The girls were judged by Mrs. Melovidoff, director of home service for Tacoma City Light, and scored on a variety of points including planning, buying (they keep within a budget), preparation and management, table setting, serving and manners, and clean up. Pierce County's winners. Wa'llene Lee and Dorothy Keil, will represent our County at the Washington State Fair at Yakima Saturday, Sept. 25. Each county sends its representatives to compete for the blue ribbon honors from which two are selected as State winners. These Stale winners are presented with an award at ihe banquet given annually by Sears Roebuck Foundation for the County representatives. Wal!ene is ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lee, and Dorothy the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keil.

By Leone Marlatt Teeters GRanite 7050 Hi . . . Franklin Pierce par· ents and teaehers! This is to be your column. Once a month we will appear here with views and news, and Hi-iBooster bits of anything which has happened or is going to happen within our district . . . and speaking of thi·ngs which are going to happen . . . you are all invited to a Get Acquainted Night at the high school, Tuesday, September 28th ai 8:00. Entertainment? Yes, just for you . . . a Flag Ceremony by Explorer Scouts of Post 92, Collins; the Melodies of the Parkland Trio and Chorals by· mixed F. P. groups ... MMM' sound good? And, just so you'll have a good idea of what goes (and what doesn't) in ihe school ... Orval Weeks, principal, will tell you >tbout school rcgulalions .. and then, all parents will meet all teachers who will be introduced, and you may chin a bit during the social hour about your ravorile subject ... those tend F. P. high school. Incidentally, your high school wonderful young people' who atyoung people, will be pretty proud if you attend this meeting because you will be proving thal you're' really inlcreslcd in RURAL them and their school. Let's all be at the school for the Health Day program, Sept. 29, too, what dya say? Attendance at that will mean you're Serving Parkland, Lakenot only interested in your AC BS wood, Midl<1nd, Summit. children, but want to help them Spanaway &. Lakeview and others as well. Pierce County Permit And, oh yes, will you help 84th & Pacific Ave. HA 6445 your writer by accepting an apology here and now ... Left out of the story about the Hi· Booster Board members were the following very important people: K. C. Jones, treasurer; Mrs. Albert E. Schimke, record· ing Secretary; Mrs. M. Mueller, I FOR corresponding secretary; Mr. Robert Sharpe, · finance chairman; and Mrs. Robert Sharpe, program . chairman. Thanks so OR RENT much!. So much, by the way, is going Bolo Knife ROTM to happen in this Franklin Mow-A-Matic Power Mower Dealer Pierce district this year, that LLOYD DILLINGHAM'S your writer will greatly appreciate it, if you'll_ call GRanite RICHFIELD SERVICE 7050 from time . to time with Parkland GR 3040 Pacific Avenue at Garfield St. your views, and news or any Hi-Booster Bits you want aired. And remember, you are ex· pected at the Hi-Booster meeting next Tuesday night . . . . because you are an interested parent and teacher . . . well, you are, aren't YOU?

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Your taxes take care of only the housing and the actuaLfire fighting equipment .. Ko one but the vo_lunteers drive the ambul, anoe when your call .comes in that you are in distress. No one pays that volunteer driver; he is doing his job because he has an interest in his community. Rosie and Joe Devlin Spanaway.

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A small group of Spanaway and Elk Plain volunteer firemen' are doing what you should be doing. They are worrying about how 1hey can get you a new or good" ambulance. Through donations from their small group they have made it possible for you to be _able to call them free of charge. Resush tator, diving equipment, grappling hoqks and First Aid are all a •part of what you can't afford to be without.

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