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Midland Improvr.ment club mrr·t. at 8 p. m. April 9 in the 1H1rr11;incr Community club hall. Frank will be the principal speaker, <lil!c11,'"inr' the drainage . problems of J.n<aiuo;uc district .No. 14. Mr. Foster, Pfr:tcr -C~)Unty sanitati,on rnan, will alstJ be present. ,.:\nyone intt~rested in forming .a· club By Clarence LaCrosse · is cordially invited to attend·' the rneeting is open to all. ' Finally had that steak dinner I was Follo_wii:lg the business session there telling you about several weeks ag(). will be entertainment and a social . . . Betty Vogel certainly lived up to hour. her reputation of serving the best steaks there are . . . and she real!) TURKIW DINNER will be served does it in a nice way midst pleasant 4- to 6 Sunday afternoon in the surroundings and good service. Thanks A._Gove.Masonic hall, 38th and Bettv. th(: McKinley Preschool. .* * * be charge? $1.~D a p)ate, New Building Soon cents. 'I he dinner 1s a for the Preschool It certainly was a thrill this week ---- -' 1 to see the new building which will be I""-----""'"'""""""',_..,...,.....-...,,... l our future home get underway. As you might know by now we are moving to a completely new and modern Buttons and Button Holes building about the first of June. The Imported .Baby Line new building is located at 118th and Pacific avenue, just across from the Gifts Triple X. I will be happy to have a new place of business because it will 112'.lO Pacific Avenue be a lot more room. It is quite crowded where we are now because of the expansion taking place almost continually. I' 11 tell you about our open house later . . . drop in and see our shop now, then again after we n1ove . . . you'll like the new one. I've had ideas about this ever since I started business here in Parkland about three years ago. New Business for :Parkland The Parkland Centre Building now houses a new business for Parkland. . . . It's Madden's Men and Little Men's Shop. There new stock is arriving daily. Soon you will be able to (Continued on ·Page Three) For Gifts and Entertaining from now until Easter • . .

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will don Jeans, As an added attraction to take to the back of .April 7-12 during 91emrnp Fixup yard.' front yard and otherwise busy themselves with the chores Pamtup W.eek The Tunes-Journal is. . . . . . . sponsoring a Window Decoration Con- of Clean-up, Pamt-up, Fix cup, startmg this weekend m observance test with prizes in advertising going . ::>f that week in this area.

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to th~ three. :winners. Parkland and surrounding area resiThe voice of the people will be . Prizes of ~if teen dollars for the best '· dents will don jeans, forks, shovels and heard Friday night, April 4, in all of ~e.corated ~v111dow; ten fOl' second and . '.' .. r · • • other tools of the trade and take to PICTU.RED WITH THE NEW PARKLAND PUMPER are, left to right: the 378 voting "precincts in Pierce five for thud. ·• . . . :,. . th.e back yard, front ya.rd and otherCommissioners Fritz Beitz, Fred Danielson and .Clarence Marsh; Cliff Erickcounty, when the Republicans caucus Judges fo'. the contest wul.bc Coun~ wise. busy themselves with the chores son, engineer; Mr. Leonard, Washington State Rating Bureau, and Kenny to elect their delegates to the Pierce ty C:ommiss10ner Harry ~pnnker and ?f Cl~an-up, Pa1:it-up., Fix-up, startSwain, salesman for Howard-Cooper Company. County Republican convention, and National Bank of_ Washmgton · Bapl< -0. · ,. mg th!s weekend 111 observance of that discuss political matters. Manager Art Swmdland. A speedy week m this area. Each precinct has been allocated car has _als.o been_ ayang;d Sponsore? locally by the Tim~so· I five delegates and five alternates, to d_epartme immediate Y ate.rt ~ • e_ ·· Journal, this Clean-up, .Pamt-up, F;x· be elected at these caucuses and this tJS10n is anSno;indcled.dBoth.Mb!· S.pnn,klc1 .' Mondav nir;ht was a busy time for up Week offers a splendid opportumty • . • . t h an 1500,d peop ,. Pa"khnd , ·- Volunteer Fuc . 1 mo . t some o f w1·11 mean more . cI egates and . •Mr. . .wm . .an are. "d usy. bl.· · "de, .·,·tJie Depart- f oi- res1'd en t s t o pi't cl wi.U be permitted.. topart.icipat.e in the therefor it is with fo~s1 ~ra . e. pr1 0 na.···.·.·.e.nt ,a,ncl the new Rescue Squadron those loathe.some tasks of raking the April 19 county convention. At this th'.'t we a:inounce t ieu acceptance :from Civil Defense District No. 1J in dead grass from the lawn, and at the [ convention.the legis.lative districts will tlus hard Job. . . . ., . ,... •'· . '13rookdale. Togeth~r they handled same time givin~ it .its first hai.r cut · . . · · c~ucus to. ele~t thelf delegatc-s to the Entries for the w.i.ndo"." contest,m:is~ ·'~. h.'. eoretical bombinf(s_ at I 18th & Yak- ?f. the ~eason'. Tnmmmg hedges, :we~d-1 A new 75_0-gallon pum.pc_r has. be.en stati; convent10n. bcyhoncd to the 'lm';es Journa} ofh:O naia and at the Tnmty Lutheran par- mg eaily staitmg flower ~eds, ptckmg added to Pierce County Fue distnet Listed below m·e the names, add_res- pnor to Monday, April 7 · Judgmg will ish house. up the a~cu_mulated debris about the No. 6 this. week. The new equipment CLAY ROLEYAGF,NCV ses an? plume n_umb~rs of the prc:m.ct b~ do_nc on '"'.hu_rsday .of ~ex~ill~ek~ At the same time Mike Wutz was pl~ce; pa1~tm~ the. fence'. t~e house, is on a Kenworth chassis. and was 98th and Portland Avenue committeemen m this area. All 1eg1~- Pictuie of wmnmg. wmdo;v [called to get out his engmcers to take the gara11e,_ 1e-roofmg the garage or delivered, by Kenneth Swam, repreGR 8501 tere~ vo.ters are .urged to contact their publtshed the followmg week. . J care of a bombed out Parkland water oth~r butldmgs. T.hcrc arc hundreds senting Howard Cooper Corporation. precmct committeemen and attend There ~ave been many entncs a1-1 to\vcr. of little chores which should be done Tests were completed by R. A. OPTOMETRISTS the caucus: . re.ady. It is expected that many more .'Under a plan worked out by Chief now to get the home and yard in good Leonard, underwriters, and Clifford DR. L RICHARD McGIRK Armour Severn Kittelson· Parkland ' will enter. . J.im Lewfa and Coordinator Trav Dry- shape and appearance for the early Erickson delivery eng·ineer for the · Modem Eye Care GR. 5505· College Walter Young' The theme of the decora~rnns m':'sl er the entire community can be alert- summer months. · Howard 'cooper firm. 4Bq2Y, So. Yakima HA 2113 Bo'." 262 Parkland' GR. 5559· Hid be Spring and. related. sub3ects wtth cd 11y. the fire truck sirens in case of This year it is expected that thousAfter passing all final tests far Garden, 'Rufus PaAer, 9718 Pacific special cm1~hasis on either cleanup, a,. Red alert. When the first, or yellow ands of new people will be in the area above require;,1ents, delivery' was• Ave. GR. 5679· Meadow James St. hxup or pamtup. alert comes in the three radio for the second Parkland Roundup to made to Fire Commis~ionar Fritz REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE, ' . Park. streamero- an d wn. 1dow cards ' . '. . be sent 9ut . one b e h e ld m . J une ·2 to 7 · s·mce many Beltz . Fred '. Damclson . John' 106 So !18th GR '7898· l ffare· cf!U1ppcd trucks will and Clarence NOTARY 0 iand 'No. 1, 0. H. Damkier, SOl So. available at th~ Times-Journa ice tq 102nd and Yakima, one to i2tst (Continued on Page Four) Marsh. The new pumper will be staROY V. ROSTEDT 105th., GR. 8757; Parkland No, 2, free for the askmg. jifi,id A Street, and the last to 134th - - - tioned at Parkland, giving that disMarv Tommervik, Box 64.. , Parkland, • • fYi' the Dryer Mortuary, which is the ...JI .JI trict the most complete equipment of GR~ 8862; Bingham, Gene Amar, Rt. Altll'USIG !Jfadquarters and second cmn_muni~aCH'V~i!'ga lg an~ any rural area in Pierce county. . Ao . , • .,,v......u v tt.ons.cc.ntcr for.the area. Dispe~smg 13, Box 807, ·t':icoma, GR. 6136; iii"" E ft.. Grant, Henry Cohn, Rt. 13, Box 876, <vtt:HerLllli'C'h el JI11B&'1 lllQCi'I 'fl them gives safety from all be 1 n g . . GR. 8456· Harvard Fronk J. Johnson . knocked out by one bomb as well as Plans are now complete for the big 8324 Portland Ave:, GR 6024; Meek'. Alt~·usa club of. the. Parklan~ arc~~ p,eing in a position to blanket the Harvard-Midland. P-TA carniv~l! to er, Frank Baskett, Rt. '.1-• Box 286, o~gamzed .l~st year, will celebrate tlr- \fhale district ~ith the warni~g signal. be b~ld at th: Midland s_chool F nday Tacoma, GR 5927; Midland, Mrs. 3:>th anmH.rsary of Altrus: Inte>1 , In the exercise Monday mght, Gus ev~mng, April 4., Undc1 - the lcadcrEtta B. North Rt. 4 Box 313 Taco- nat10nal Wednesday evenmg, Apu J;iartridge the Pierce county director ship of the canuval chairmen, Mrs. ma, GR 8521; Sales,' Vernon A. Utz- 9, at a dinner meetmg at Betty Vog- firer;! thr~e calls instead of the ex'. James Wooldridge, Mrs. Edward inger, 711 So. 111 th, Parkland, GR d's Country. House. Mrs. Kenneth 11ccted one at the group. On the first Ganey, Mrs. Russell Malray and Mrs. 3889; Woodrow, Mildred Aman, Rt. Jacobs, prcsi?ent, has named Mis. e.;tll.the Squadron responded and were R:iymond. Ellison, a :vanety of features 11, Box 430, Tacoma, GR 5683; Alfred Grodvtg chairrpat~ of the pro- on ,thefr way, led by the fire truck will provide cntcrtammcnt for people 832 .. Portland Ave., GR. 6024: Meek- gram committee, to be assisted by Mrs. !)) just 9 minutes. The second and of all ages. Jr., Rt. 3, Box 252, Puyallup, 5-6863; W. C. McKewen, ~frs. Lawrence third calls required radio dispatching. Many interesting 'items will be ofAmcrican Lake, T. W. Smith, Tilli- Armstrong and Mrs. ':'1vtan Selle. ,T~c ..: In cornm11nicati~ns, Art Swindland fered for sale at the cak~ booth, plant cum, LA 2606; Ponders, Jame,<; A. attractive program mcludes se~".rnl and Lee Corp of this area, and Everett booth, fancy work, white elephants, Buren, Rt. 10, Box H3, Tacoma; 29- surprise skits and other entertammg Young of Puyallup, who is county pop corn, fish pond, refreshments, +7 Mabel Cram 8410 Park Ave.' 29- features. bca;d of that work, took part. Mrs. Al country store, candy fortune tellmg, 48, Beatrice Johnsen, 8239 So. B,' GA How to brid_ge the gap bct"'.een Seaman, Parkland director, worked and 1:\take-up. Offered will be gam~s Prevent furnace breakdowns ~nis 3668;. 29-49, Herbert Hicgcl, 944·2 woman's total lrf~ a~1d her .workmg- with Tri!V Dryer on the problem. Gus of skill and a par~el post booth, this winter by stopping heat-wasting Pacific Ave., HA 1856; 28-39, D. W. life span, is a ma3or ~ssue bcmg. faced j?artridge arrived to observe the re- by the Harvard-M1dla:id Pr~school. Feature Weaver 5324 McKinley Ave. HA by Altrusa Internat10nal, as 1t. ap- sults of his calls. Some bugs were Proceeds of the carrnval will be used sludge, rust and corrosion. Get more 6250. ' ' proaches the 35th anniversary of i~s found in communications and are be- for thiffe year's P-TA project, financing founding in Nashville, Tenn., Apnl i»g ironed out, but the general results a covered play area for the school. All heat, too! 11, 1917. . . were excellent. friends and patrons of the school arc Some 10,500 exccutn·e an_d pro-I Preparations for the state-wide Red U1ged tu turn out and have an cvcDAFFOD~L WEEK-END CAKES frssiunal won1cn, iuen.lbcrs in 315 ~!ert v1ith si.tcns and public p~rt,icipa~ ning o~ fun, at the same: time: hclp.ing Angel Food Cake ...... c......'. ......99c METERED DELIVERY Altrusa clubs located m :he U · S., tt•Jll are now under way. It w1Jl ·come to achieve a much needed unprove(R~gular ~LlO value) Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, G;ia~e- as a surprise in about a month. \ ment for the school. containing RICHFIELD SOLARITE 1 $JJH::liit11. Cl!.9.t~l.!lte ,.............. ;$1.2!.} .mala, Bcr111uda and Great. Britain; r. Ti}i;re. ;will_ ..~e_ pra,c;tice with the l 'Mo<:t.~·lcofft1''flavor)····::.:.:.::'.'$"1':ffl' share concern over the lat7 ""'~''Sirens ~c[ore then and t1ir public will \ Rocky Road Chocolate ....... .lb. 69c future of the older woman m the be notified of such pr!tct1cc beforeCHOCOLATE EASTER EGGS job market. . . hand. Decorated with Child's Name Thr·y will participate m the l oun?· Individual Size ................... _______ l9c ers F uncl drive to be earned on in II • 1 6328 Pacific Avenue y,,.pound Size ........... ,, ............... 59c Altrusa throughout April, as part of 1-pound Size ..............................98c each club's 35th a:inivcrsary observChoe. Rabbits and Dolls ---....... 65c ance. This fund will fmance a new I Call Your Order Today program of vocational aid to womc;n ·.The Parkland Com. munity club will Ill of aH ages, but to older women m meet at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, particular. April l D, in the Parkland school audi- - - - - IC"NSE re tion torium, E. M. Krumm presiding. MARRIAGE L "' c • app i a . · .The prooram will be provided by Pacific Avenue at Airport Road 11 has been filed. by Darre~ ':0ayne WA.aa~ Parkland post No. 228, American Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.dill, 10003 St., _a~ s~~cy n Legion, of which Frank Berry is comPhone GR. S6~4 ' 1-lathrnvay, \.'ancou\·eI, Wa · __ .n1ander. An inforn1al social hour will ~ ~ ~~ ill --~JvT*"'lt: fo!low the business session and enter~· ~KJP - - ta1nment hour. Easter Easter Season - Easter Season

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of the booths for the carnival. Helen Jensen 'vns chosen as_ general chairn1an and David Andresen as her cochain11au. !vlarita Shea is in charge (Continued from Page 1) Editor's note-Two items of Mid- of grtti ng the hall; whilr Be\"lcrly OVER 10,000 CIRCULATION land news were accidentally placed Corrigan ~is in charge of publicity. It Published every Thursday by L;lCrosse Printers in Parkland, Wash. outfit yourself completely right at in the Woodland coltmm last wcck- vvas decided to have lhc carnival l\1ay hon1c ·where it is easy to park and Distributed by direct mail to every home and business in Parkland, we hope you all read them there. The 16 at the Waller Roar! hall if possiblr. easy to buy. Stop in at this friendly Eatonville,. Graham, Roy, Firgrove, Midland, Waller Road, McKenna, iten1s., are repeattd, in brief, follow·Elk Plain, Kirby, Kapowsin, Spanaway, Collins, Summit, Thrift, Berkley, nt~\V place of businl:'.ss and n1ecl Jvlr. Daffodil Dance ing this note. Harvard, Fern Hill, Ponders, Frederickson, Harding, Woodland, Lake Madden. Thr, Midbnd Cirls 4-H dub is P-TA Carnival view, .Firwood, and southern portion of Tacoma. Talent Sho\V . . Don•t forget the big Harvard-Mid- sponsoring a D:iffodil dance April 8, I had the P!casurc of bemg a Judge from 8:30 p. rn. to 11 :30 p. m. The land P-TA carniv:il Friday evening at ADDRESS ............•... P. 0. BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON at the Kapowsm talent show held there the Midland school. There· will be all doncc will he hl'ld at th<, Midland last Saturd_ay. The \Vas talent a plcnt:Y Corner of Park Avenue and Wheeler Street - Phone GRanite 7100 kinds of attractions of interest lo the Improvement club hall. There will be as each tned to outdo the olher. 111 whole family, so turn out nnd ha'.vc a door µrizi: and an electric pop corn frict thc-n~ wrrr so rnany good nct·s thnt CLARENCE W. LACROSSE, JACK BROWN•••...•....•.. PUBLISHERS popper \vill hr- a\varclr-ci to so1nc 111eky fun. it was very difficult to cornc up \Vith NEVA T. HONEYWELL ............................................................EDITOR Blessed Event Shower person. Refreshments will abo be lhrce 'vinners in each division. 1~hauLs GIBB TI-IEIS .................................................................... ADVERTISING Mrs. Allen Zook was honored :it a. served. EvcTyone js -..vclcou1cd. Corn- for thr honor of br,ing· i1 judgt" at your blcsscd event shO\VCr 1-farch I 20 by lllittP<'S nppointed \V('f(•: rrickets, :rvfary sho-w, folks ... I rnjoycd it very 111uch SUBSCRIPTION RA TE ............................................: ..... $2.00 per year the Ladies auxiliary of the H-M-L Benson: dccm·ations, Joanne Morud as did the friends I brought along. (Beyond Free Distribution Area) fire department at the home of Mrs. and Glenna Parriott: footl, Ann C:lin-x- -x- * ADVERTISING RATES-LOCAL Davi<l McPherson. A delightful des- ton and Marlene Spearman; chapTorn VVoocls, new mann.~cr of the scrt luncheon was served and a chest eronc-s, Joan Arterburn; check roon1, Ilargain Basket, sure keeps hin1scH to 3 Column inches, per month ..................................•....•.............. $1.40 of drawers was presented to Mrs. Zook. Diane Solkcy; publicity. and posters, busy thcs" days with id('as of his own 3 to 100 Column inches, per month .................................. :...............$1.25 4-H Leaders Meet Beverly Corrigan, Valerie Davis and . even has the vegetables n1ovcd out~ 100 to 200 Column inches, per month .........•............................•....... $1.15 1"'hc County ·:J.-I-I lc~adcrs' J11eeting Sandra Little; inusic, Sharron Esh- Side ... inust be Spring. ·· Phone for Additional Volume Rates was held at the Parkland school peter and Joyce Webber. . * ·~ *. . NATIONAL RATE ...................................:......•....•....$1.47 Per Col. Inch Wednesday, March 26, at 8 p. m. I'rid:iy Wedding Baby Ch1ek day tlus ·Saturday at Frank Ba.~l'?u gave.'.' report on the Miss Marilyn I<lcll Morud, daugh~ummit Feed and Mt. View Fc_cd. Classified Ads ................................ ..4c per word-Minimum charge 50c Sumncr I•au connrnttce and F.rank tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Morncl 0 f Should _be plenty of people: havu1g I Norn'.an on the Budget comnutlcc. 92nd and Waller road, ~vcd Albert fried ch/cken~ ahout t\vo inont:hs fro1;·1 Printed in Parkland ~ Mory1ll Delano told all about the Harold Lamb of the United States now. V\alt and Frank up at Sunnrnt cQmmg big day at Raly Day Saturday Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Feed are rnak1ng plans t? give away Tms Is No oTHER PLACE ~nd Flotcn;c Allc:" .tol<l of the com- ·Lamb of Pc1y:illup Friday March ah7nt twenty to ~wcnty-f1ve th:iusand mg Leaders Tramm!'; school to be ''8 · p 11 I M"' M d' c~11cks . . . that lS a lot of cl11cks to oru wore nn= dish · · The Fern Hill brnnch library, So. h~ld at Elk Plain s~hool and also ~ ' 111 n_r.;: anc · 1 u:s 01H ten at a time . they'll be 'I · ti . ,1qua kmt dress with brown acccsD Mth and Yakima, will offer a free rcportccl f or ( , auc1c oran on · 1c . . · . 1'1" B I " l · f !)ecing thcrn in_ their drr'an1s for a wrek. · · · l Ai·'] 19 f 0 r Frnic soucs. v !SS c\Tr Y mOru<' sister O D movie show April 9 at 3 p. m. Fea- C a If S c·lcc.hon 5•1 c 11 1. ' ' the hridt\ wns n1aid-or-honor. Kf'.Jl.;. * * * ' turcs will be "Gift of Greens," show- Hopp on the puu]Lry contest and also ncth La1i1b acted as best inan for his Plan no':" to atlcml the Apple ing how plants grow; "Grandma Mos- for ?co~gc , Purn:ll, . '.h'.' .1'1.ttcr three brother. The families qf the' young Blossom Festival at Wenatchee. lt 'V WU cs," interesting story of! the life of bcm.~ ~n,iblc l~ b~ .picscnt. Mr. Hopp codple cnioyerl a dinrn•r after the takes place May 1-3. Call GR. 3309 the popular artist, and "Manprusi was v.1th the Scmm 4-Ilcrs. _Ait ceremony at the Top of the Ocean. BRING YOUR RADIO FOR Villap;c," showing life with African Green reported on the D.affocl1l llo";t The voun ,. cou }]c left for Ho0<b CPL. HAROLD W. KIDD, son of b •" natives on the Gold Coast." The to b~ entered 111 the commg Daffodil C:anai' for ~heir l;oncymoon. . P. J. Kidd of Spanaway, has returned an public is invite<l; children may ac- Festival parade and asked for volfron1 duty in Korea and is awaiting unteers to help Thursday and Friday Rally Day at McChord company their parent'.•. discharge from the Marine Corps. evenings, lo build and decorate it. The annual 4-H Rally clay was held On Waller % Mile South Fishing Will Soon Be Herc Potluck lunch followed adjournment at McChord Air Field Base Saturday, of the meeting. March 29. Under the kin<l dircclion of Airport Road Senior 4-H Club of the McChorrl Field personnel, 550 D The Pierce County 4-H (Senior) 4-H'ers enjoyed a very interesting club met at the Parkland school day. Lunch was served in the cafcWednesday, March 26. Max Starke! tcria by thro Air Force, followed by a presided over the nwcting. Marlene rallr in the theater building. Carolyn Rockstad announced that the Senior Fix, president of the Pierce Counly "F.OREST" CEDAR SIDING •l-1-I is sponsoring a cruise on the Gal- -l-J-I clubs, prPsided over thr·. as.'WllllY,xlO SELECT GRADE, per 100 feet ................................... ,$14.00 . ]:int Lady April 19, from 7 p. m. to bly. Community singing was enjoyed 1 Y,xlO UTILITY GRADE, per 100 feet .................................. $11.00 l 2 p. m. Reservations can be ~na_dc by t\l:ryonc. :tvfonill Delano, coun_ty i 1with Lorctla Milne, Puyallup 5-L860,; agent, arnmgcd this Rally Dny ~flnir. i y',x6 X GRADE CEDAR BEVEL SIDING, per JOO feet ........ $ :S.50 Marlene Rockstad, Puyallup 5-2050; Cl:indc Doran, county agent, anY,x3 X GRADE CEDAR BEVEL SIDING, per 100 feet .......... $ 4.00 and Darlene Wycoff, Tacoma LA nounced the wimicrs in the Brcaklx3 NO. 4 SHIPLAP, per .M feet ...................................... :... ,..... $37.50 85'.2'.1. After 111ucl1 discussion, the fri~t, I ,11neheon, and Dinner contests. 2x4 CULLS, per M feet ................................................................ $25.00 Senior ct-Hers decided to have a car- 1\1arlcne Corrigan and Nina .l\yers, of ASK ABOUT OUR MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN nival to raise 1noncy to send rnen1- the 1'.1idland Clover tlub, received a (Near Parkland Cleaners) hers to stale ca111p at Washington blue rnvard in the brcakfa~t eontrs.t) St:itc colk-gc in June. Eleven mcm- while Joyce Webber :ind Sharron Esh· Our policy is to give Courteous bers from eleven different club~ were pder, of the Midland Girls' ·l·-H dub, Service and Quality Work at chosen as a co111111ittcc to be in charge rct~rivr:d a blnc- ribbon for their h1nchREASONABLE PRICES con. Max Starkel, president of Senior PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER COMPANY 'l·-H, was awardc<l the C:arl Rayrnon<l 34TH & PACIFIC AVE. PHONE HI. 9515 DANCING CLASSES Crny schobrship for his outstandingwork in +-II. Max led his own club and had 1Oll per cent cornpktion. AT SUNSHINE HALL 1\1ax \'\/i1l study veterinary n1eclieinc r Tues. & Thurs. Eves.-7 to 11 at VVashington StaH'. college in Pullman. After tlw assembly the large :Mrs. Disbo, instructor group was taken for- a tour through Phone GR. 3285 the large C-12·1- and '110wn the Jct Fi!';htcr. Everyoi1c enjoyed the Rally Day.

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IParldand Auxiliary

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Anolher mass rncctrng will be held Members of the Svlvia Storaasli Or-. Parkland Fireman's auxiliary will in Fern Hill in the I. 0. 0. F. hall thopcdic Guild wili rneet Thurs<lay, meet Wedncs<lay, ~pril 9, at t~e fire at South 83rd and Park avenue on April 'i, at the home 0 [ Mre. B. J. hall. Mr~. Lee Srruth will pl'es1de at Friday, April ·1-, at 3 p. m. The first Bry~?n for a _12:30. luncheon. Mrs. E. the ~ncetmg and hostesses will be Mrs. . . 0. lo·t·tcn wil·l·· a.srnt the hostess and Lams Ma,c;-<lanz an<l Mrs. Lee Smith. ~uch Jneet1ng vva~ h<:1d 1n February 11rs. 1~honrn.R Fl('nling~ president~ \.Vill 1 fonn nn organ1zat1on \Vhosc n1a111 I preside a.t tht: business n 1ccting. purpose will be to build and main- I . . · , · J j

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ta1n. a cu1n111u111ty center .111 lc~rn I-I1ll. Officers were elected at that tune and since then a bo:ird of U.ircclors has hecn forrnrd nnd consist!; of one 1ne111ber fron1 each civic, fraternal. church and youth group in the area. · 'l'hc rnceting· on .i\pfil ·l li;1s been called for the express purpose of prc-

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Bake Sale Fridit11V•

The Woman's Society of qiristian Service of Parlilan<l Methodist 'church is holding a bake s:1],. Friday in the P;Hkland Light & Watc:r Co. office, next door tO the jJost office, bcgii1-· ning nt J l a. m. Mrs. Mike Wutz is general chainn~Ht. ' ------------

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Sea~on Point! Ohop Resort

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In .AH Voting Precincts in Pierce County

Good Transmissions 13318 Pacific Ave.

T/SGT. GORDON M. KEND~­ RICK of 1708 So. l O·lth St. has Hl'.i riv~d in Korea for duty with the Fiftli'

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His' wife,· the former Arlyn Abbcyk'

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CLIE.i\N.,PJP

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AH Saints Church Here .is your priyilcge as a free American Citizen to.start the processes determined by our Constitution towards the nominJtion of a candidate for the Presidency of the United States. This is your opportunity to exercise your franchise of freedom-to reta.in our form of government. There will be a caucus ip your precinct. You are welcome regardless of political party preference. Please attend and urge your neighbors to come with you.

(Episcopal) 96th Street at East "B"

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SPUT CEDAR FENCE POSTS i l5c each, at the yard

See you_r precinct committeeman for location of the caucus in your precinct or call ...

Food Lockers

We Cut Glass

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Tincher's Pharmacy

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1. coui:ty crews. are at wc;rk thjs week in add1t10n to next week m· order to take advantage· of the good weather. '.J'his program, while sponsored in tlus area by your local newspaper, the Times-Journal, is not entirely a local event. Newspapers an.d business clubs throughout the nation will be obscrving this \Yeck, or others, as a clc<}nup week and will sponsor similar pro, grams as we are doing. .Both Business club and Community club arc in full accord on this pro~ grarn, .Iccli.ng.· t.·.hat .it is .good for o. ur··' community. In order to. haul away the exti:a amounts of garbage and debns for tlns

week, H.· arold ~eMay of Pierce County Refuse Co., will make special pickups in the area. In order to get this service it will be necessary to cnll his office, GR. tl688, before Wednesday noon. Regular rates will prevail. There you have it ... a brief resume of what is to take place. The rest is up to you, get out and make your hon1c and yard a better place to live forthc summer.

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By .MRS. A. 0. ANDERSON . . Ti~kcts are now nvailablc for the big fish\rman's dance to be sponsored by ~ollms Grange on the.· night of Apnl 18. Those v\rishing tickets may call Mrs. C. P. Blanchard, GR 3334·, or ~rs. J:larley Hor?bucklc, GR 7530. :l1us1c .will b<: provide~ by Mrs. Bermcc L1bak w1lh her Solovox and orchcstra. The public is invited. Attend Church Service Cir! Scouts and Brownies, accompanicd by p:ucnts and leaders, attend-

PARJ{LJ.\. N.D ROUNDmUP I JUN. ri:: "'llllo.R!R. "lfO T . o;;; • &.ti'11 il.,!1 ~· 1 H .

cd the morning service of thr Metho- bcrs of the non1inating comn1ittcc, dist church in Parkland March 16. dcctccl at the meeting, arc Mrs. E. C. the occasion honoring the birthday of C:ardcy, Mrs: Ray Gogan and M.rs. Bro\vnies and Girl Scuut8. Matt Manky. Dad's Nitc will be observGd at the Collins Movie A movie show will be held Friday next regular P-TA meeting April J5, evening, April 4, at 7 :30 o'clock in at 8 p. m. Frank Hansler will show the Collins gym. "Family Honey- El.ms nnd rr1nte expericncrs on pa·1110011,' ';a co111cdy~ -will be- the main datory anin1al hunting. feature,,, with ''.Adventures of the Air 1'.faster Sl'IL;eant and Mrs. Joel L, Cade1ls,d · llic scn::il, am] a cartuun Ch coo. C~1.'o ft ., ct . • aprnan 01c' 1O·I08 -1 1 1 cope u Ing t e progra;n . spent a recent weekend \Vith Nir. ~nd' P-TA Board Meets Mrs. D. F. Molle of Ashford, the oc· 1 Collins P~TA. executive board met 1 ~:nsion being a ct:h:bratiun uf :\iI/Sgt. Wednesday, March 26, at 12:30 at Chapman's 20 years of sci-vice with the school for routine business. Mem- 1 Uncle Sam.

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GR. 8624


Thursday AprjJ 3, 1952

TI-J;E TIMESoJOURNAL

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Spring Grass Is Very Tender Cut It Clean , DON'T CHEW IT UP

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Wm Sponsor Play At 11 a, .m. mm1stcr of the Parklanc;l-Spanaway United Methodist church, Rev, Alexander Pollock Aiton, will preach on the theme, ""The Kingdom of All,Conquering Love," A special service will be held at 3 p, m.

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MAGDANZ LUMBER & HARDWARE PHONE GR. 5538

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DURING ClEAN~UP, PAINT~UP, FIXUP WEEK ... We offer you the

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THESE FEATURES-and more; tool large Freei:er-32 lbs. of frozen storage. Chill Tray-chills foods fast• Big Meat Keeper-for fresh meats, extra ice cubes •Package Shelf-keeps butter, cheese, etc. in reach• Vegea .table Krisper-keeps 'em moist and fresh • Tail Bottle Shelf -holds a full case " Power King Rollator Colc!maker.-has 5-year Protection Plan

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Be_causc the-- rcgu1ar- meeting day _<1f the Crystal Springs Garden club faHs on Good Friday, the club will meet Thursday, April 10; in the home of Mrs. Q. Carroll, 411 So. I 17th St., for a noon luncheon. Mrs. A. Ellingson will be co-hostess. Mrs. Vern Tuttle \'ljlJ ·preside 'af the b_usincss meeting. Arlie and .Etta Keith have bought Roll call to be answered by an origiMt. Highway Shoe Rebuilding on nal spring limerick. _A spring flower Pacific avenue north of National ,Bank of Washington at Parkland. The Keiths hy.ve been Parkland residents for several years, their home being at )27th street. They operatqd a shop at Ponder's Corner. anc! have had long experience in shoe making and au kinds of repair work. Mrs. Keith has worked in the larges.I shop in Tacoma.

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AUCTION SALE

fF YOU w,,.nt more cash quick, sell by auction, Every Fri., 7:30 p,m. Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way.

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IRecords. 45 .. 78 .. 33 Ya

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AUTO GLASS IKSTALLED-Auto U pholstcry, convertible lops. MA, SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Con2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tatents. hauled away. Don Redford, coma Ave, 3c50 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA, 9222, 3ctf

POULTRY WANTED, any amount. W cighcd and paid for on farm, Free culling to your advantf!ge, Highest prices paid. No obligation. Just call us first, IIA. 5761 or write P. 0. Box BGG, Tacoma. 8ctf

now hospitalized at the Veterans' hospital in Sentt1C" ai1d is taking n1edical leave fron1 his classes._ I-le -is 1}1-ttch n1isscd at_ the &chool_ and everyone _is

hoping that the heart attack he sufforrd will no.t -keep hir'n away long. To :Madigan The Fruitland Grange auxiliary went las.t Wcdm;~day night out to Mqdigan Gcncml hospital to entertain 'with ward parties. Mamie .\'lard was iri ·Charge of the evening. While

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SUBURBAN REALTY GRanilc 3624

FLETT DAIRY

WELL DRILLING $6.25 per feet

FARM FRESH H.pMOGENIZED ;\ND pAf;'.l]ilJRIZED .MJLl{ AND CREAM

6,INCH .C.l\SING

Cwablri;£xpcr~cn<;.~~~~rs Nothing Down-'3 Years to. Pay

ICE CREAM

Cascade Pump &:

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s NE\¥ HAMPS

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DO YOU NEED .. INSURANCE? CI"l!LD C:AR.E jn e·.·.·n hurnt, -Waller CHECK OUR.LOW DOWN PAYRoad vicinity. Phone GR. 4·172. MENT INSURANCE PLAN. 14c32 WE NEED listings of all kinds, Farms, acreage, lots, building sites, homes (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4· bedrooms), We have cash buyers wait- SCRATCH PADS-Get. them at LaCro'5r: Printers and TIMES-JOURing. NAL office, 25c lb. Convenient pads and sizes, l 5ct! Property Management. Insurance/ FOR SALE-Stnrdily built children's . Notary slide, weather-proofed, bottom of Member of Tacoma Real Estate Boa.rd galvanized sheet metal, will not rusL Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3:169 $20 delivered. GR. 6361.

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2-bednu. h~.me with huge liv.-din;; · jn condition for vacation tr i p s HIGGINS SADDLE, in excellent con· rm. comb. l'me large double garage," ahead. 12 mos. to pay, not11ing dn. dition; a good ladies saddle, fairly .....___..._ workshop and two good chicken light, easy to handle, $7 5.00, Cla.rhouses with nm, A 4 Y,, % equity or BA.BY FURN ITU RE, new and used. Pnce LaCrossc. GR. 3972. $1,500 will handle, One block East SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. of Golden Given o-n 98th St. CallJ · 15ctf WESTERN champion saddle, excellent shape, Sell or trade. GR. 3972, Rex Rector eves. or Sunday at HL· m mew-. 8~H on this or other good homes WHITE FACE registered bulls and \v1th acreage. ' heifers, polled and horned; a Is o 1 • G.I. .EQUITY . polled Shorthorn bulls. Take other Prtce $5,000, monthly pmts, $3350,, cattle in trade. Rt. 3, Box 610, TaLiv, rm., din. rm., kit. wired 220,, Contents Hauled Away co1na. Suunnit View. 16ctf breakfast nook, 3-pc. bath, 1 bed-• HUTSON TANK CLEANING FOR.,..'SKLE Two good family cows, nll, down, 2 up, 2 lots, garage and GR 5.16 7 HI 3980 Guernsey, one Holstein heifer. Eat· workshop. Call Ralph Decker, HI. ,....,._...............,...,_........,,,...,......,...,..., 1 onville, 5913 or GR, 5541 evenings, 4 706 eves.,, GA, 0365 clays. LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Serv15p29 ice for developing. In at 10, out at "'H'"'o""'r=-l-=s-=E,--S"'H=o'"E""'I"'N=G,--n_o_"'_'_a_v_a7:'ilablc 5, 9610 Par.ific Ave. 15ctf every day. Drop a card. to Rt, 1, Box 4°75, Graham. J. R. Young, 16ctf 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 036.5 SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Be each for Member Tacoma Real Estate Board , . . Buy, SeU and Exchange Re cl .Cockerels. Available each ,Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing Wednesday. Special prices on large orders. LaCrosse Hatchery and A.ult FOJl RENT-3-room furnished· modPoultry Ranch. Ph. Sumner 3-3122. ern house in Parkland; dectriCal 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 16ptf appliances, fenced y a r d, garden spot. $50 plus utilities. GR. 6185. . \WANTED -. Chickens and. rabbits . ,___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.;;1.;;0o:p;;;.29 " Call us before you sell. Cope's Poul· d try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, LABOURE NURSING HOME Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. l5ctf All on ground floor-no wards-no steps, Cheerful surroundings, exNEED A FENCE? Wood, wire, concrete block. Call us for estimate.· pert care, excellent food. Doctor referred. Aged and convalescents. Easy monthly payments .. Built-Rite Rt. 7, Box 17, Tacmna GR. 7857 PARKLAND WESTERN .l\UTO Fence Co., HI. 24-05 or HI. 9515, Airport & Pacific GR 3112 15ctf ••

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SPOT CASH CUSTOM GUNSMITH - Rebarrel· For Your Used Furniture ing, head-spacing, stock work, re1 Piece or House Full bluing. Guns and ammunition. Jerry Large Selection 2" and 3" Clothes Block's Fumiture Mart Shannon, Mt. Road, near Loveland. I Rccovermg and Rebuilding Line Poles-Ready to Go - Also 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA, 2882 Phone Graham 53 7. 11 ctf Cushions Rebuilt Fcnce Posts. Free Estimates WASHING MACHINE PARTS Largest stock in town. Repairing ------Northwest that pleases. B. B,'s Washer Service, '140th & Pacific GR 3201 l lctf 3722 So, G, GA. 5115. Res: GR 3181 STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in 13 ll So. Tacoma Way HI. 7793 9 VENETIAN BLINDS 1 Northwest, Hyder 'Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4 767. Established SUBURBAN REALTY 1'"1exalum-Plastic Tape RAY GOGAN in 1872, l lctf Mcmlwr Tacoma Rcnl Estate Bonrd ill LINOLEUM LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION GR. 3624' CHAIR CANING with Natural cane. Pabco • Armstrong General landscaping service - new '1020 Pncific Ave. PARKLAND Free Estimates lawns, peat soil, topfoil, shrubbery, Call BR. 7804 or bring in, Alan ALDERMAN'S rockerics. 10% down, 30 months to DO YOU WANT a bargain in n 2Vand9grift, 72 0 So. Sheridan. 5425 Pacific Avenue HI 2200 pay. GR. 3127. 3ctf 1 lctf bedrooni bungalow !I J\1ice living 3ctf . · roon1, dinin,Y; ell_, 1nodcrn kitchen, PLUMBING REPAIRS -- Sewer bath, utility roo1u, large garage. Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing I I $7,500, FHA tcnns, by owner. :l07 DEAD :, fOCK REMOVED Wl'l'H· UPHOLSTERING So. l06th St. CR. 7382. 9c29 OUT CHARGE, Highest prices Call Custom Built--Ncw and Recovering paid for tallow, hides, grease. and F()R SALE-70 ac1:;:fan;i, ohc;pV~l­ Cushions Refilled --Free Estimates bones. PUGET SOUND RENDER MA.MilTON lcy. 'J.0 acres cultivated, gravily l'vIARSHALL UPHOLSTERY ING WORKS. Phone LAkewood spring 'vat_er, irrigation rights o.n 2434. . · · 13ctl PLUMBING Airport & Knapp-Moore Road Ohnp creek. Two modern housts, GRanitc 6066 GRanite 8905 barn, chicken houses, shop and ga~ i I rage, 22 liead cattle, 500 hens, tractor, lots of machinery. Illnt'ss rea- CHILD CARE-Wish to do child GARDEN SERVICE sun for selling. Will St'll farm with care in my own home, GR. ~503. ROTO TILUNG ~ or Yvithout stock and n1achinery, Hctf Lav.in rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, and consider a sn1allcr place. c;cu. RURAL dressing 111aintcnancc. GA.. 5885. Martin, Rt. 1, Box '.ii 7, E8tonvillr. CHILD CARE for Parkland working HI. 2n2. 3ctf rnulhers in n1y hon1c, fro1n 7 a.rn. . 9p29 GARBAGE to 6 p.rn. On hus line. GR. 7-152. "

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GOLDEN WEST

In Hospital S'lnl F_ife, teacher of Wnodland, is

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PRESH PURE PORK 1nu_sic were fun1lshL~d in one ward, bingo ;vas played 11.1 another. Myrtle Jones played the'piPLEASE ano selections for. the boys, Bill ·Jones nll day suckf'rs to each contcstant and _?Y1auclc S"walandcr were in charge j DOG FOOD who 'vas unfortunate enou_gh to miss. .of .the bingo gan1csi T,hey ser\·_cd 2 Bunches 5' RECESS TUB with tub filler, waste Those assisting throughout the evening strnwherry shortcake, an~ cream. _to . · and overflow -.---______ :p5.00 were Rem: Barlalot,, Jewel Fox, Ger- µround 75 b".ys, Those gomg to assist 20x18 CHIKA wash basin with 4-in. trude Pelesky, Mrs, Starke!, Virginia for .the cvenmg . wel'c_ M1;. ,and Mrs, LOCAL 2 Bunches ccnterset faucet, an..d semi-pop up L<mie W;!rcl,, Mr, a!fd Mrs. William drain -·--···------ ... -.....·-·-··--· .. ·-- ... $20.00 '35 GMC 2-ton Van. Has had very Jont's, Mmme, Che;l.ey, Maude SwaSPINACH good care, new baLLs:ry, good rnb- lander, a~cl L1!lie S1dert. CLOSF. coupled toilet \Vi th white __________________ $0.5.00 bcr, ready to go, $150. Rt. 3, Box , . . Bmp;o. Party , .. ' sprayed seat CEU:RY ABOVE '.l,PIECE SET _,_ ... ,-.. $115.QO 51 '.i-A. AiqYSrt & Mile B Road. I nday . cye_nmg . t)w . hmtlaml 2 Bunches With cast tub --· .. ··-···-·-··'·-·-·$129.50 SPECIAL-Ap-;:-i-l 5 _12 inclusive: Re- Grange cntertamed wtth a lm1go party 32x21 _DBL. con1p. sink with swing inovc set Iron1 cabinet ·1nd clean ~nd a large_ nu1.nbcr, attcnde~l nn~ en~ ONIONS 9c spout faucet, spray and two bash:t thorou~hl, 11 l· 11 • · J?ycd 1:cgular Bmll'o and Indian Bmgo, _· _ $45 OO [ b ) ' c cc • a connectio!'s, f ollowrng the gaincs, refreshments Prices Consistently LOW · st1amc1s ·····-···-··-·-·-·.··-·········-" . chr' k tubes and replace ddect1vc · .d I ' h · f h 42" SlNK. and cabinel. con1bination ones check. antenna g~y wires and ~v.ere servev~·. -In Sc arge_ Elor. t cI'T eve~ Quality ConSistently HIGH · 1 · ·l , . · ]· d '; ·. ' .. . ntng \verr 10 ct \Vane •_. a inc - :-inrSt c compmtment sm' an J.ead-m ' rc1Jlace 1f rn·t'l'ssary· ·1.dJust · T. omn1y · · 'T emJJln ···1· · · ·B· ob" · wit · 1l s111g 1 · ·] j ~91 00 · c c,' ''" atnna SI·lav Prices Effective April 4 and 5 '54"smgST"I' c (mm )Oare. ·--.. ---.... ----..'(' . ". nd foe.us SP! to test lJOttern. Total L' . .I B:IJ D ·11 ' ' d b' t b" t' . · . $ tlton, anu 1 use . . I "."Ian ca me. con: mad1on service charge,, 9.95, plus parts. On Jim: Calvert. Wiris Awa.rd 'I w1l 1 smg c: compartment smk, oumajor repairs (J>icture tube rc1>laccA 1 nrmua I I' . I<' , A . .b anqurt at $119 ()0 ) I 1\t t1c ]}][,· d1'"·111boa1-d ". and cahmet -···:--........ -·--·•. : ment, terms can pro. 1J- tic ·I . p u1a , ll · .. h. 1ast 1'1nus .' d· . , , 66" STNI<. comhmatrnn l l, 1etc, ,,, Judge! l 1'V up lug •'> L\C· 81) Je a11angcc. antenna rn· . ]\'· d l'vf· J C _..t • with double com1}artmcnt sink dou· ll , $!?·5 o l P'RK- ning? •L an . is. , '.'mes .a 1\CI ' st.i a t10n, -· Pus parts. " <'nJovc<l th· th1·1II 0 [ s · · '' ti · so bk .d.rainbo_ard -: .. ·.. --··--.- ...... $145.00 LAND RADIO T.V. CLINIC, 508 , · , , " "~"!'b~ mr n, ALL I BREE cab1m't s 1 !I ks listed ('· ·f' ·Id S. l l l + ·, f PLC Jim, pres~ nt.rd the WaJ11!1,,ton Bank0 ALUMINUM ·ibon· ar[' 1}riccd with swin~ S[}OUt ' ' " Jdc L, I' J ' 'd"ac~t SJ ' ers assoc1at.10n award given to the.· 11 1 • · • - . ·· " next 001·to ar<an ,ycc. 10p, t·t 1· , , b -·ft] FI' A' faucets and neccss'lry strainers. Pl , GR "77? - GR . 7764· ou s ancrng mcm. c1 .o ie . '. . . m -MATCHED wall and base cabinets, wnc , :J - DI • i5c'l9 leadership, :'oopt;r,at10n, aclucvemcnt .... di.«:ount 25 percent. " and scholastic ability, The award wns ;,~·0-GALLON autmriatic hot ·water FOR A NEW BUILDING or to re- presented. by Pa:il Sulkosky, .of the !l'~,' tank -------·-·----------·----·--------------$ 79 .00 rnof the ol:l, why not J?ut on the S";:ttle First Natim.ial bank. Jun has Limited Quantity i52-GALLON Automatic Ilot Watrr best long-hfr cedar sl~1,ngles an.cl won rnal!y out?tandrng awards and we F tank _.: .. -... ·--· .. ··-···-·-· .. ·-·-·-··-·_ ..s89 ,00 tnm: and rnoHcy. I hey do1!'t an' proud he rn from Woodland, and ORDER NOW 11'LASTIC WALL TILE lWr square blow o~f ',;'' sweat. (~ur extra th1.ck a graduate of Woodland school. ' . foot ------ --- -;;- ----- __ ' --··-----·---5oc ~~;o~;,,.~.1 ~~n a~~~ i~:~~1~~~ c;;;;~

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Est; in Parkland Since 1941 . JB" shi1.1 .~lcs ... Mi·ll· price OJ' cklivcre.d. GR 7232 days; GR 8210 Eve. & Sun. JU~l/"'D Ohop Lak" Shmglc Mill, 1'. 0. Box 208 Garfield Street .: : . _!l.:'!_'.l, Eat'!':'villc, Wash. 15e'.lB ' 1"1004 Tacoma Ave, BR. 2030 NEW HAMPSHIRE CHICKS at l 7c. I FULLY FURNISHED ",WHITE house paint, $3.,75; army Also S-10-12 week old pullets. We With good, practically new furniture,' : paint, .$6.0D barrel. GR. 7054. have our own breeding stock. Sec ru. gs, etc., one year old,. 2 .bedrms . , them. Dri\'c a little farther and lgc. !iv, nu,, dinette, ulility. BuilL · . save. ·MIDGARD P 0 ULT RY by owner. Call Dave Fortier, HL · FARM and HATCHERY. Since 5214 eves., GA. 0365 days. WORK~ 19H. One rnije cast of McKenna 3 BEDROOMS 'IJI school. Ydrn 3675. l5p32 Lgc. !iv. rm,,. nice large cab. kitch.,. MOTOR REBUILDING fiYR si\L$--$Y5o-=-5-yard load -;,f doul~lc garage, fe,ncrd ya. rd. Gqoc.l Shop: ~.R. 7.450 •• Res: .l. II. 6190 choice top soil, de.livered Parkland· So. Tacoma locat10n_ Only $4,500,, Pacific Avenue at Brookdale vicinity. Place order now, HI. 2177. terms. Call Mr. Davies, GR .. 5895 MACHINE SHOP & GARAGE , !5c29

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physician available; fire detector just enjoyed the many numlwrs c:r service. Reasol'iable, GR. 6682. conununity tn.lcnt in bct\vccn the con15ctf tcstants. The program consisted of n1usical nu1nbers: 1\ccDrdion solo by DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS, lvlarvin Mennenga, vocal by Frances BUTTONHOLES, Tele. GR. 338~ Sutter, violin solo bv K:1n•n Hanson, Corner of Knapp & Spruce, nca. and music by the p~pular Martinson Midland schooL l 5ctl Sisters and Linda Coleman, Many TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas- small preschool you!lgsters particises. All ages. Mildred Keller, G l'i pated in littk musical· skits strr,ssing 7881. l 5ctf t.ht• point that "Woodland Preschool Is Working for a Kindergarten." The SEWING of all kinds. Will do fittings -program closed with a bathing beauty by appointment at your home or contest, after which rcfrt;slnnents mine. Style Rite Dressmaking, Rt. \V<"l'P srrvf'd in thr-dining roorn. 7, Box 266. Q_R, 3328. l 7ctf Master of ceremonies for the evening was the "ever fluent" Larry Bartalotz, who enjoyed passing out

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Parkland Girl Scouts Wm March in Parade

TUNA,.~ SPECIAL

Twenty-one Intermediate Girl Scouts from three Parkland troops will be marching in the Daffodil Festival parade Saturday. Those from troop No. 131 will be Judy Abbott, Sharon Bo\vman, l(athleen l)rowr., Jerri Elliott, .Sharon Gottschalk, Maria Hominda, • Christine Jacobs, Karen Mottcler, Di..,ne Perkuhn, Phyll.is Rhine, Nancy Roberts, Shei.la Sales, Geraldine Vanek; troop No. 90: Marshal Miller; troop No. 24 7: Barbara Curtis, Susan Haner, Diane Knutson, Linda Neiscn,i Suzanne Rit. chie, Beverly Stimson and Annette 1 W.cthcrel. ·

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A PHARMACIST were to start his career with a prescription . f<'<" 4imself to follow, it's certain that professional service to his community wouic be the main ingredient. You see evidence of it in everything he does , . You see it in the painstalµng care be devotes to the preparation of every prescription your doctor orders....:whether it be a simple mixture, or one of a highly complex nature. · You see it in the precision equipment he uses with' scientific ski1, and in .his knowledge of the thousands of drugs and chemicals he keeps on hand, so that your needs can be supplied promptly and completely. You see it in his participation in organizations of his profession:, and in his technical library • • through which he keeps abreast of the latest medical developments, the newest drugs, and the constant improvement in pharmaceutical products and practices. Your. pharmacist pledg-es himself whole-heartedly to the ideals of his profession: -Every day, in communities 1arge and sm::iJ1; he is helping to make and keep America the healthiest nation in the world. Get better acquainted with your pharmacist-he's a man you can rely on

-Rtprimtd jrflm " ccp;,rigfituf advertisement puhlislwl by ParJ;1. Davis & Comji'an.J, DetraU .32, Mi.rihiCan. 1


Times journal v 7 no 29 apr 3, 1952