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Corner Park Avenue & Wheeler Phone GRanite 7100 DEADLINE: News, Monday Noon; Advertising, Tuesday Noon PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., BY CLARENCE LACROSSE AND JACK BROWN

Taco1na, Wash. Permit No. 51,

LOCAL BOYS HELP

UOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE l'OST.MASTER-If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed.

'raco1na unit No. 1, \iVashin.gton Horsc1ncn_, announces a horse shovv

Three local lads, taking their girls

nrookdale Lumber Co. took first

hon1e in. Lhe wee srnall hours of Easter n1orning, ran right into adventure \VhC"n they were deputized to help

prize· in the Clean-up, Paint-up, Fixup contest sponoore<l recently by the

1n1d gy:rnkhana nt the club grounds, Mcrchcml Patrolman C. K. Haney i 11th and Bridgeport Way, on Sun- capture two burglars. at the Daniels A.pril 20, beginning at 1 p.rn. In Harchvart: store at Parkland. to regular horse show events I-Iancy, on his regular rounds, no~ gan1cs, the Junior Girls tea1n will ticcd a car parked in front of the an_ Pxhibition. There \Nill also be store and 7 looking into .-the store, saw p,uadc, of candidates for Qnecn of 1. a man moving there. He approached th~_, Parkland Roundup,_ five to b~_ the car and ordered its occupant, a to compete for the e.mwn. 16-ycar-old boy, to get out and lie will be food concl'ssious on the down on the ground. Just then the ls_ and all horsc1ncn arc cordial- thrrc y(n1ng n1cn canw along an<l iuvilcd t.o attend. " stopped to sec \vhat was happening. Sensing that they could be. trusted, Ha ncy asked them to hdp him and gave thcrn one of his guns, then enHarvard - Midland Preschool will tered the store. lllccl at 8 p.m. April 2'.l nt the MidIt was some time before he located land school. The program will feature the burglar, who had hidden under i't 'pand disc11ssion. Officers will he a pile of baskets. Marching. his pris- \ dc;ctcd for next yrnr. Huslesses will oner outside, Haney found a fight gohe Mesdames Paul Tuvosik, Fred Nas- ing on as the young bandit, af_ter tryluud, Vincent Drris, D. L. Boettiger ing to bribe his capttfrs by throwing andiM. 0. Hammar. about $100 on the ground, had leaped to his feet and stnrted punching one of thr: boys, breaking his nose. At this point, everybody got into the fracas Central Avenue P-TA will meet at and both burglars were soon standing ll p.m. April 23 at the school, with ·against the wall at gunpoint. i I the .election of officers the main ·order The three young men who helped Proclaiming to the residents of the area the coming of the lrarkland Routldup arc sponsoring presidents of the nf business. the social hour, Mrs. Frances in making the arr~sts were Ralph clubs concerned and connnittee chairn1an for enforcing: of the proclb.n1ation~ Sho\vn on . their favorite 111oupts are nutritionist for the Washington Coats, 7636 Winnetka; Vernon Clam- Clarence LaCrosse, Roundup chairman, on l\fontana's Rusty Gold; Roger l\icDonald, Parkland Business club presDairy council, Tacotna branch, cns, 607 So. 116th, and Dick Hutch- ident, on Bill; Francis Nordyke, committee chairman for enforcing rules, on Radar; and Tom Law, president of the Jersey Cattle Club, on l\1ontie de Jarnette. Aho on the Ronndup committee, but not shown, are B. F. Fluty, will serve foods that arc good for ins, Rt. 7, Box 56, Parkland. Taken to the Pierce county court W cs McKcwcn, Jack Brown and Ed Stevens. (Official Roundup Photo hy. McKewen Studio, Parkland). health. house, the two ,burglars confessed to three other jobs earlier in the night. They had stolen the car they were Midland W. C. T. U. will hold driving from the D.. & D. Auto Sales By Clarence LaCrosse .it.s ~.·._1n1~1 ual &pring ins.ti.tu\r. at the o~ South Ta.co1na VVay. , ;m~ncy a:i-d Mrs. K. W. Struensee, Reporter . By MRS. A. O. ANDERSON Most of the horsemen braving the . '\./ard Covc11ant church 1 ucsclay, April cigarettes frorn Ted & Bills Service stc"dy drizzle of Easter Sunday failed . cr:h.e reg1'.lar meetmg of the Lad1~s '!.~!,- \vith sessions beginning at 10:30 at 88th & Pacific, and inoney and Fishern1an's Dance to worry about the Easter Parade of auxiliary w1ll be held Thursday, Apnl a. m. aml 1 p. m. Luncheon will be 1 rm~rchandisc at French's U-Scrvc at Friday night, April 18, is the date Fashion as they took to the saddle to 24·, with the potluck luncheon at 12 $('l'V.ed by the "'..lion. An interesting s.alcs and Pacific, where they did co.n- of .the big Fisherman's dance at the prugran1 .1s prorn1sr·d. s1dcrable <lan1age. They also admit- Collins Grange hall on Allison road. attend the big outdoor day planned noon. All. members are urged to at• • ted robbing a used car lot at 11th The public is invited. Mrs, C. P. by th'c Washington Horsemen when tend" so fmal plans can,. be mad~ for and 'T3coma avenue. In all,", Haney Blanchard and Mrs. Harley Hor.n- they presented their annual Easter ~~e luncheon is served· that will .be recovered $183.51 in cash and checks. bucklc are in charge of tickets. The morning breakfast, tide and Easter given on ;tvlay 6 at the 9om1numty hall. It will take everyones cooperaThe name of the younger burglar dance is sponsored by the Collins service out on the reservation. 1 cannot he printed because of his age; Grange, with music by Bernice Libak s In spite of the. Jack of su~ny ·s.·kies 1·.t···.ion to make .this a big _.success, so there wrre more than 125 riders out plan on attendmg the Apnl 24 meethis partner is Richard J enc Johnson, orchestra. to the h1'.cakfnst and service. Graham ing. . 23, of rracon1a. Friday Movie . . . , was out in full force led by Pat Long, , Saturday Dance , The m,am f.chturc of the mov 1e. this Wet, clammy horses and cold shiv- . For lots of fun, come to the dance 56th & M St. GA. 7373 COMDR. EMMET E. NORDoors open 1 :00 p.rn. Sat. & Sun. WOOD, Navy medical corps, has been l'nday mght m the Collm~ gym is an ering riders gathered around the fire nt the Community hall, 80th and Canadvcnturc-~omcdy cc.mccrmng a news- as Kent Erickson, Nick Siento, Ted yon road, Saturday, April 19. Dancing 6:'15. p.m. Mon. thru Fri. rnvardc<l the Navy Unit con11ncndapaper story wit~ 1R1.ch:.ird .A1}cn and McMakcn, Wes Monk, and Allen .will start nt 9 p.m. Donations will be tion for service at the U. S. Naval Andy DcVJnc. 1 he senal is Aclvcn- Scott and others I don't have the '50 cents for adults and 35 cents for Now Showing hospital;- Yokosuka, Japan. He is the tu.res of the Air.,Cadcts; also a cartoon na111cs of proceeded to brighten up teen-agers. Friends from neighboring Bert Lancaster - Jody Lawrence son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Norwill be shown. 1 he show starts at 7:30. the situation a bit with lavish load8 commnnitks arc invited. There will TEN TALL MEN ' wood of Eatonville. of hotcakes, cgg·s and bacon served :be prizes, and it 111ay be .your lu~ky G£1ry Goopl'r - :Mari Aldon DISTANT DRUMS NE~NS w!th go.Iden hunb .of butter oozi.ng ;. n.· ight. Remember the date, April 19. All Colol' w1fa ,s;obs of dcl'.ClOUS syrup, with The Parkland Methodist Couples stcammg hot coffee. ~~on the fae.~: ...... ,.~,, Monday, Tuesday club \Vill hold the c;uest Night n1ect., of thr: hungry disappeared and lll _th~JI DECISION IIEFORE DAWN in" at 8 o'clock Friday in the church The men of St. John of t~e Woods stead came the look of contentment ... MR. IMPERIUM I · . t 1M <\l G.10 d · g. chairnnn J pan sh will sponsor one of their famous A bl! of warmth, a chanf\C of trousers • B G L a· , T <.' A .1 ,, 3 96 )':sllemcn · t hrs. "1 . 11 _v~"I J. Gell,ot' evening of gamc.-s with ma. ny va]uablc for the l.ucky and. cvery~nc was in a. . cnstohn range{ , a icJ.sl auHxi iarhy \ ";vcc.1 !liru ,,,at., pn ~ -.... vn prt>RPn er Jlo icr, n. . ._., ,--,', ·--. b'· " ·d 1 1 . 1, ·dh . f· , f . d . Tl -met at t c 11ornc o J.\.1 rs.-. 01n anse 1.y, f,or a t·iavc-oguc 1 . pllZCS to c uWDl cc, \HS .n dY.' appy iamc d0 mm agam. . l ._''7 wit . h 14. I"N')O" J\ I,n., i \ND.'I'.HE' FL'-' • .i:·. I.NG 1 p 1'0g rar11 ,_ . Mr · A. ,. 118 · d,_ h -.1lC •.~-·.M· arc1 · rneu1b ers vresent. 1 M'dl ·d C 1 1 1. D .. UTC·I· AN.,. ·. · , .· ,·.,,G. C-~· 1!·1tl · ,,'. __ .:-a~.ct)}: . c, . nl- ,. of_. a.~ hall_at pr.1 . 8, at t 1e . '. .a.. n,Mci;klc, , . omm.pxesi--... u.·mty. ·w·c.at 1.er. c. care. .a 11t an t. c nue. . . d'. .. d f or a b_enc f'it 1 ,-~ ;i -",I.M.··_ , _.Y-... "~,'H ; --~-'.~-~·';ail p.,-).n._.Alfr.cd hon1~.w~s-,a dry affair. -, ~~-p.. l.,~i;s_,_v.rcr~ _iscussc 1 5 11 JAPANl'iSB-Mi.AR hRLJ;)E ' ..•. . bf.falc in, fIDifyNa. .; ··-· Shov: e 15 genera · C mu man or t e ewmng --·· ·· ·onn; ·1·1 · -t s o f 1n· Hc1·c · 1noney f or a new • on·d a anc l - ut I1cr ·po1n · ,· .. . .· . 1 1 M. .. F. 1': . \Ve "a1·c· ·tca"·c111 ' folks ' t111·1c for· · Grange I1a11 , to raise (!Ss1stct of tl1".._. S'·ason . JO . l) for . Le rest. II o:-;tesses 'V''II b c M. rs. -N ('1·1 and is ' bung 1 ' r . ' .4JV - essrs. II ff ran\._ tl1c·, f11·st !1orsc sho'" n ..... • •. • • paint thr hall.

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Midland W. C. T. U.

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at the horne of Nlrs. \Valtcr Corigan this Friday noon for a potluck lunch· eon. Each incn1bcr is asked to bring

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The Tacoma Rhododendron society, meeting at 8 p.m. April 21, at the Tacoma Vocational. school, will present as guest speaker Maj. P. N. Barber, from the world-famBus Exbury gardens near Southhan1pton, England. He will show beautiful color pictures, enlarged to 20 feet square on the huge screen. The publi_c is invited; no adn1ission clrarge: 1~acon1a's O\~n big fourth annual rhododendron show will be held May 10-11 in Normanna hall. Pacific Lutheran college will exhibit .. in the show.

Times-Journal. The very handsome display, nrrnnged the full knb'th of \he building, featured all kinds of supplies for spring around the borne·.

-i111provcmcnts

Casey's 98th St. Hardware, in second pl:i.c:c, presented a charming and m;vel display - an, oper; doll ho1'.se with yard, many tiny figures busily engaged in 1nowing the la\vn, pa,inting, decorating, cleaning, etc.: in 1nost realistic 111anncr. Third prize went to Anderson Lumbcr Co. for a splendid exhibit of paints, garden supplies and all the tools needed to 1nake a hon1c attractivc in spring. Parkland, Cycle Shop and Garfield Variety Store l(':d the "runner-up" Field, both with well-pb.nnccl displays of seasonal itcn1s. Judges were County Commissioner Harry Sprinker and Art Swindland of National Bank of Washington, Parkland branch.

/VFW Au.ldliary to Install Rodger Lunde post No. 5052, VFW, .and its auxiliary will hold their annual joint installation of officers Thursday, April 24·, at the VFW hall at Parkland. Full details will be publishcd next week.

SAFE FUR STORAGE

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lill@r!d©itrad PmTA. u " The regular n1ccting of Parkland P-TA will lw he-lei at 8 this (Thurs-1 day) <vening at the school, 11rs. R. Gott~chalk presiding The annual clect10n of officers will be held. Re- I frcsluncnts will be served by the fol- , lowing second grade 1nothcrs: ~an1cs Ervin Damme), John Brunton, Ernest Harmon, Qumcy Carrell and James Stanley. The second gr a <le tdrehcrs will decorate.

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HB Boosters Due The April meeting of the Franklin Pierce .Hi Boosters dub will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Midland Junior Hi gymnasium. There will be intcxesting reports on the club float in the Daffodil ·parade and officers for the coming year will be elected.

LET'S GO

DORMITORY Auxiliary No. 1 of PLC will meet at the home of Mrs. Frederick Molter, 1000 No. Monroe, on Tuesday, April 22, at 2 p.m, Mrs. H. E. Anderson and Mrs. 0. K. Davidson nrc assisting hostesses. A program is planned. NOTICE A special meeting of legal school elect.ors of school district No. 402 will be held at Parkland school at 8 p. m. April 22, 1952, . to determine the district's needs for tire i % real estate tax as required under the provisions of Senate bill No. 9, and a public hearing on the temporary budget for the school year 1952-53. Signed, . A. Christcnsen.__Distriet Clerk TRINITY LUTHERAN Brotherhood will hold n. 6::lD <linnet' meeting TucscJay, April 22, at the church. The progrn111 features an op c n forum, "Should the United States Withdraw from the United Nations?"

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11. FRESH KING SALMON STEAKS 65c lb.

"The for storage division of the Puyallup Laundry and Dry Cleaners \vill give my custon1ers gD;arantccd s2fe fur storage/' clai1ns, 11o"on Mullins, Puyallup Laun cl r y and Dry Cleaning, salesman in the .Parkland arcu. "Proh·etion against n1ot.h dt:nn-

age, against fire and Lhcft arc assured. Fur cleaning by furriers method is ~;landard procedure. No gasoline or fluid injurious to furs is used. Furs retain the natural oil in the pelts, thereby eliminating brittleness or the breaking of pelts. After cleaning .all furs ate glazed to renew the sheen and .lustre. Puyallup Laundry and Dry Cleaning Fur Cleaning is scientific and unsurpassed." "You can. safely store your gar .. rnents at the Puyallup Laundry Fur Storage plant because the fur vaults

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Sat#te<t Shoe Store

used for the storage of furs and -fur-

trimmed garments destroys all moth life 100%. Insurance policies arc is-

411 Garfield St. GR. 3526 Open 10 Till 6

sued -at the request of any custon1crs ag11inst your own value csti111atc. Ca.II me at Puyallup 5·6651 to solve your fur cleaning, repair, rcn1odcll_ing ur

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fur storage problems!'-Pd. Adv.

othet househord range has ari oven so b~ !

o[ the Sea~~~ . '•1·~~~~. ~:~ ·'1'1~~j.1 .·2~ . d,;~ '~.l;~·S;~,~~~.~

rcn 1 rn1 ber a\1 out get:ting· . Roast turkey

the h~noc 1~1 sh. ope a. nd domg a bit of practice. It's f\Ol!lg to be a good show · t} 1 L. f . ·11. l . ·t' G. vvi 1 0 s 0 tipl l:i ant dL i~n. icc;n horses and . a lot of green riders will , tnkc pan m gomrs m;d dasscs. l'or 1 1 \ 1"' '. )'. it ".''U be the fust shO\~ c\~r pai ticip~tcd 111 · • • for otheis, Jt will be the lrr~t sho~v of the season. Anyway'. it w1ll be .un. , Bnr:g your horsl' and lets all go . .. ndc: _or not. c arc go111g to select the five candidates for the honor of being Parkland Roumlup Queen during the sho\i\'. Through special arr:Jngcn1cnts with the \'\Tashington Horsemen it will be possibk to take a bit of their tin1e in order to select

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Just about anythmg m the !me of good food will be on the menu for the ' . · smorgasbord on April 27, so give the 'f cl ff I· I \Vl e a ay o ~ and ta ,,__c t 1c f amt·1 y out to the Benston Granee hall for a big feed Al} you can h'C;Jd for only $1.50 for a cults, 50c for the kiddies. ' •

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JOHNSTON FISH

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8290 SO. TACO.MA WAY

Phone LA. 3991

popc.orn to the n1cf:'t.ing, to l1c sent the finalist::; for th!-' title. ()1?r. \vill be the queen, Lhc other four \Nill be the

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Bu'ttons and Button Holes Imported Baby Line

a cute little red-headed lovely, will represent the. junior division of the

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MEN'S AND LITTLE I MEN'S SHOP , Parkland Centre Bid" g

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SMORCfASBORD dinner will be served by 'Frinity Lutheran Guild in the parish house Friday, April 25,, 5:30 to 8 p. m. Keep the date.

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hDUEbADD'S GARAGE

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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY

bright with_ use. Look at our successful -rncrchants, doc1orsi Ja,vycrs, ministers; they use this tool .from school days to old age. , The third tool, and I think the m<ist ln1portant one,_ is -the con1n1on garden variety of Honesty. With this tool (treorge \\iashing1on fashioned a _na-, don; you two fashioned a happy home; nmnufacturcrs fashion dependability 1 ·iii 'their products. Each of us has these three ~ools; ihey arc free, part o[ our hr.ntagc. f\n 1vc appreciate then1? Do we use \\.·ith art istrv ;> 1'hcsc arc the yuu ~ich •piritually and

Top off your favorite pie with delicious ice cream or sherbet.

parade, \rVestr.rn, nn1sicRl chairs, Eng-

8portin=i Good§ SPECIAL BUYS - FAIR PRICES ROD REPAIRING

PUE DAYS

Here is the latest .on the H'?rs.e Show events for th:s Su~'.1ay--I just I

1.ish or VVestcrn pairs) stake race, SELECTION OF ROUNDUP QUEEN CANDIDATES, trail· horse, individual pole bending and open jumping. Officials are Margaret Mc(vfaken, Grace Kirkwood, Jean and Jack Caddigan and Harley Thayer, and of course, as mast.er of cerernonies, Larry Kirkwood. See you all Sunday. Don't forget the_ tilnr ·or date . . . Sunday, 20th, at 1:00 at the Washington Horscn1cn Arena.

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to the Rainier school at Buckley.

MADDEN'S

One of these unseen tools is Ambition. You can't touch nor sec it, yet it_ is a tool that men like C h r y s I e r, I' o r d, Carnegie Dryer and every other ma11 never Jay aside. fodustrv is another tool and it is

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BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASH.

PAINT UP CONTEST WINNERS LISTED

TAKE' BURGLARS

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e Only 30" wide e High-speed broiler

AUTOMATIC REFILL;;;

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Lamp e Radiantube 5-Speed

ENJOY THAT "PLUS" SERVICE STANDARD HEATING OILS -

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S. T. D. ·P. Purchase Plan Easy Terms-65 Weeks To Pay

Cooking Units • Ti111e Signal.

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look our Sample Garage over and compare it with others --- then we knov1 you'll buy a PBROQK.. DALE GARAGE." 11x10 S475u00, $15.00 per mo.; 20x10 $675.00, S11.:00 per mo. No Down Payment!

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WA. 7071 On U. S. 99, East Side of '!ridge Thursday, Frtday & Saturday Two Technicolor Hits "I'HSe.e You in My Dreams" Doris Day -·Danny Thomas "Barefoot l\1ailn1an" wit!> Robert Cummings Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Two gala .color programs "Hong Kong" . ·Ronald Reagan - Rhonda Fleming

People nows.days often live beyond the biblical span of 70 years. The wise man makes sure that he will not outlive his income. A Sun Life retirement policy will give you a guaranteed income for as long as you live. Start saving tuday.

Coming Wednesday "Model and the Marriage Broker" plus "Flaming Feathers"

Mrs. Thos. N. Hibben FARMERS. INSURANCE GROUP

Parkland

GR. 3226 502 Puget Sound

Ilank Building MA. 1381

COMPLETE. GARAGE SERVICE

An Independently Owned and Operated Dairy Serving The SOUTH END'

AUTO ACCESSORIES ATLAS TIRES & BATTERIES

1 Block North of Airport Road On Canyon Road

GR 8258

Poultry Equipment

Rabbit Feeders Water Founts

COTTAGE HAMS~ Boneless ........................... .lb. 63c LEAN SIDE BACON ........lb. 45c PORK ROASTShoulder ..........................lb. 43c GOOD SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 79c PURE PORK SAUS........ .lb. 45c All Other Cuis at Reduced Prices Locker Beef, Pork and Veal Cw;. tom Slaughtering, Cutting and Wrapping

RAU MFG. CO.

. RETAIL SALES THURSDAY, . FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Bass .will soon be biting

GRanite 7372

Point Ohop Resort

It's Fisher's Fce<ls for Profit at Summit Feed Co.

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Tincher's Pharmacy 8239 Park Ave. · HI. 3344 Across street from Fern Hill P. 0.

PARKLAND

LUMBER

Plumbing & tleating GR. 3710

1x6 Boards 4 ft. long. per 1.000 ~in. ft. $11.00 1x8 Boards 4 ft. loligu per 667 lin. ft ••. $11.00 2x4 's No. 4a 8 to 18 ft •a per 1.OOO lin. ft. $26.33 1x4"s No. 41 6to20 ft. 8 per leOOO Un. ft. $13.67 Wood Plaster lath, 4 ft. (per 100) ••• $1.50 fence Pkkets, No. ~. each • • • • • .

New Installations Repairing. Pumps, Hot Water · Heaters; Washers Sluggish Drains Opened. Shop located at

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GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES Rt. 13, Box 659 Airport & Canyon Road We Deliver - - Rain or Shine

Gas at Competitive Prices

Open AH Day Saturday

BOB'S .PLACE

WELL DRILLING $6.25 per foot 6-INCH CASING

Cascade Pump & Drming Co.

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Capable, Experienced Drillers ·Nothing Down-3 Years to Pay

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Homer T. Anderson was re-elected

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as s.upcrintcndcnt of the Bethel school -" t uc .· t i"'1u. d(J'' .. ulS ~- --', f or a I wo-yea1 . l cun, . , nt the Tuesday, April 1, meeting of the Betlwl school board. Anderson carne to I<.apowsin school district in St•ptcmbcr, 19·H, to SCIYC as ~uperinlendent.. Ile forrnt·dy c<1n1c ..f rorn the Pcnins111n whr·re h<· wns hnth g-radc- and hig·h school princip:tl at Vaughn. After the formation of the Bethel district on July 1, 19•1·9, he w'1s ducted snpr·rintcnrknt of 1his district. The Dcthcl district is a result of consolidation of Elk Plain, Kapowsin, Ruy, llocky llidge, ;ind Spana\vay. Thl' clistrict covers 112 squnrc miles uf Pierce county.

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New Sehool Contract \Ve appreciate very much the welcome reception we l1ave received since· moving our Hardware Store into the community o[ Fern Hill, 8302 Park Avenue.

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TR.OVANl'S JUNIOR. BOOTERY

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706 ST.HELENSAVE.-MA 6318

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CUSTOM MEAT Fresh Eggs -

Locker Rentals

l\!Iountain View Food Lockers Airport & Spruce GR 5332 2Y,, Miles East of Pacific Avenue

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Odd Sizes Casin9s and Base and Miscellaneous

No. 41x4's

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FISHERMEN ATTENTION!

Misses' Sizes 8Y,-3-Womcn's Sizes

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Parkland

4 Shoerstore ti!

4!! Garfield St. (In the Parkland Centre Bldg.) Across from the Parkland Post Office Open 10-6 Al and Malcolm Soine GRnnitc 3526

Shelving only 15c ft.

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Dry reject from clear 1x12

$2.00 and up

3~2-10

Plastic Container

JOHN E. Mill.ER

(new)

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1x6 DRY

UTILITY SIDING.

o.1 OAK f lOORING _S13.50

(for cutting lawns, toll gross, high weeds; ere.I

Come in and ask us for a demonstration of the efficiency and usefulness of

4=ft. $3.50 5 ..ft. $4.50

the ROTO-HOE

6~ft.

er i·han fir

America's finest Gorden Cultivator for small and medium Gardens

DERS

Just 1the thing for garages a11d chicken houses.

$5.50

BUCK & SONS

Tractor & Implement Company

4x4

No. 1CEDAR POSTS

13c ft.

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STANDBY

1Vl1Y

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CARPENTER'S SAW 8 point $4.50

Bicycle§

.ALUMINUM

A Few left

WINDOW FRAMES Ctt!t and Bundled

$5 per mo.

only

Giant Pkg.

PARKLAND CYCLE SHOP

LEVELS S4.15 Your Container

ART'S

Picket Fence 35c ft.

Garfield Street Parkland

CUSTOM BUILT

$145.,00fn

At No Extra Cost RHONE'S CABINET SHOP 2nd & Pacific Spanaway GRanite 3342

first 9r©1de white sprayed Toilet Seats, $3. 95 Pipe Fittin9s and Chrome Supplies

Long Yellow Crispies

CARROTS • 1bunches 15c Local GREEN ONIONS or

RADISHES ·. 1bunches 9c Golden. Ripe

PURDUE

We Contract ELECTRIC WIRING

Plumbing & Heating

LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTH END

Installation & Repair Service

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STANDBY

Grape

53cl Juice 27c I "ii~~·

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AH Materials and labor on 0&.&r Payment Plan

MA 9039 Save One Half We Furnish Everything

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1 lbs. 19c

1 lbs. 15c

Outdoor

local

.FOR RENT

GRanite

BANANAS

RHUBARB

TRUCKS

HARMON'S

'"u Ur-Self Ca 0

HARMON'S SER.VICE Jim Hannon, Mgr.

2112 Jefferson

BARS ••• 4for 15c GUM .... 3for 10c CRACKERS .• •19c TISSUE'. ~ ..• ·19c TOWELS •.•.• 15c PEAS •..•• •1/35c PUREX • . 29c APPLE SAUCE 17c WRIGLEY

SHOE SHOP

Have your Cabinets

Complete

BATH Room SETS

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HERSHEY

Per foot. iru:la.ading Pests, 2x4'c and Rails

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98c ea.

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12-.oz.

PET

TWIN PEAKS

No Down Payment

a ••

Standby Strawberry

FFEE 7~c

ASK ABOUT IT

Roll

TISSUE • POUND

114 Puyallup Avenue, Tacoma MAin 4117-3

KEYSTONE

3~PIECE

For the First Tim!I! •• NARROW WIDTHS

Guaranteed to Satisfy. 't blocks from l'ark Ave. towards Hiway 99 on Sales Road. Turn rir~h t 100 feet in on So. .T.

S19.95 per M.

INSIDE DOORS mrf§'P f frirt@@!jlji

DAZZLING COLORS AND STYLES

Fish Worms packed in Special Mix Upside Downer

when we have it for

.01c per foot

WASHAS&.E "c:ASUAL$

MORE THAN A DOZEN ...

Why pay $37.50 per M or more for

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Asstd. Colors Facial

250 Count

SIERRA l' APER

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Standby 3•sicve

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CHECK THESE VALUES Pan..ready

lb.

Red fryers

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Graded Good

I-BONES Skinless

WIENERS

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ROAST . Lec:un Streaked

SI-ab Bacon

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GENERAL SUPPLY

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3512

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Spanaway P,TA at recent meeting voted to establish two $50 scholarships fur outstanding young people of the community who will enter college in the fall of 1952, One boy and one girl "'Vill receive-- the ·awards.

To be. eligible, the students must be graduates of the eighth grade of the sp·anaway school and planning to enter college as freshmen this fall. In addition to high grades, citizenship, ·· participation in school and community affairs will be important factors considered by the, judges in selecting the scholarship winners. Students interested should write to Sam Green at the Spanaway school, giving full background and enclosing i lc;tters of recommendation if possible. 1. AU applications should be in before the end .of April, Green sai.d.

FIR GOOD NO. 4

• 4c ea. ' 6c ea. Sc ea. 10c ea. 12c ea. • • • • • • 14c ea. • • • •

1x6 ..... 1x8 $37.50 M... 1x4 ....... 1ic ft 1x4 No.1 & Btr.1~c ft.

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1x4's --- 8' to 10' $37.50 M. 1x6 ...... 2x8 $40.00 M.

SHIPlAP

lx6 No. 3--- S-1s $50.00 1x6 No.1 & Btr. ---14's $65.00

1 Spanaway P-TA.wm Offer Scholarships

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6' ~ Makes Ideal Chicken Feeders

3 .. ox7-0 - 4-0x7-0 - 2-6x7·0 and Other Sized Outside Doors

4x5 -

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SHORT LENGTH GUTTER · 3x4 -

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$1.50 eci.

1 1f2" 4x8 PLYWOOD . Shop Grade

3/4" PLYWOOD 4x8 Shop Grade

4x7

S5.11 Sheet

$7.04 Sheet

4x8

1/4" PLYWOOD

$2.79

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WE CUT IPLYWOOD TO YOUR DESIRED SIZES

STILL SOME LEFT

1 3/4" SOLID PANEL' . VERTICAL GRAIN

Scrap Hardwood Plywood and fir

Ideal for making coffee tables, furniture, etc. You have to sec them to appreciate.

• ·49c ea. . . . • . $1.49

5c sq. ft BARBED WIRE A hard-to-get item

.S10.00 Roll LINSEED OIL

Turpentine

Pure Boiled

Pure Gum

S1.99 gal.

1.69 gal.

SHINGLES S8.10 Square

SCREEN DOOR

LUMITE- RUST PROOF -NO STAIN

30" wide 32" wide 36" wide

Jin. ft. 35c 38c

42c

Utility and Bungalow

Hinges. Catches, latches. Springs PRICED RIGHT

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Jain-one Thick Butt

-s3.39 Roll

SCREENING

42" and 48" Long

1ceach

ROOFING

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14c gal. 90-lb. Roll

ROOFING Sl.18 Roll

2x4's, 2 and btr. $78.00 M. 4x4's, Ho. 3 . • • 10c ft. No. 2 • • • 12c ft. ll'c ft.

STEP LADDERS .INSECT SPRAYERS 4-foot, ea. . . . . . $3.60 5-fooll', ea. . . . $4.50 35c and 98c 6-foot, ea. . . . . . $5.40 PAINT GARDEN STAKES THINNER Rir»und

45-lb. Roll

lin. ft. 24" wide ---- 28c 26" wide .... 31c 28" wide ____ 33c

CEDAR

CELLO GLASS

15c sq. ft Pure Prepared

OUTSIDE PAINT Sl.79 gal.

SHOVELS GAR.DEN TOOLS AXES-1..AWN RAKES, Metal and Bamboo

OUTSIDE PAINT S5.70 gal.

HAND SICKLES· 69c: ea.

112" Mesh Hardware Cloth

HAND PRUNERS

2" CHICKEN MESH ·2c sq. foot

We Handle SUPER. KEMTONE and LAUXTEX TEXTURE Qlympic: Shingle Stain

High 9uality • • $1.88 pr.

lOc sq. foot

CABINETS

ALUMINUM GUTTER

Built to Your Specifications

22c: ft.

Reasonably Priced

AJI .Aeeess@i'ies Extra

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12702 PACIFIC AVE.

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PARKWAY FURNITURE ti

The BEST

Dandy modern home with big built-in deep freezer. Wired 220. Two chicken houses, garag-e·, barn. Property is well Jenee-cl. Located near McKenna, .on hard-surfaced road, within walking distance of bus and .stores. No rocks. Full price only $5,0[JO. E-Z terms. This is a bargain. In1medi:ite possession.

'FOR SALE-26 pieces Fir-Tex wallboard; 28 pieces plywood; 1 table. saw with motor: 1 bench saw with m_otor; Craftsrn~n joiner with 1110~ tor. Phone GR. 7372. 15c31 UNFINISHED furnitnre. Hag g's, 1107 Market Street. I 5ctf

-ena111el; \yater coils;

3~burner

Drive by l !05 Vio.lct Meadow take a look ,and give us a c~ll. Nearly new 2-bedrm. home with attached .garnge, ·~1,000 down, $50 per mo. Owner will carry contract.

SPANAWAY

Lower apt. renting· for $65. Upper apt. $55. Nice plot of ground. Both apts. fully furnished. Live in one and let other make the payments. About $~,400 down.

ACREAGE

ACREi\GE

e]ec-

No. 2 ffins

2/19c

CARROTS

\ 46-oz:Tin

WESCO FANCY

Good soil. Necrly new 2-bedrrn. modern home, wireq 220, concrete foundation. Chicken h.Q.use. This is a good value at $9,450. Approx. $2,000 dpwn will handle. Better see it.

TOM. JUICE • 2/49e

ACREAGE

10 ACRES, near Graham Corners, 20x20 shack. On hard top road. $800, $200 down. 480 ACRES. Some timber. About 3 miles from new Bethel high school. $50 per acre. Terms. 80 ACRES, Roy. 15 acres of peat soil, 1500 capacity chicken house, 2 old barns, no house. Good well. $5,250. E-Z terms. E>itonville eut"-off road, 20 clear acres, !-bedroom furnished house, old barn and chicken house. $1,000 down. ·

GR. 7512

l'ancy Sliced EVERSON

l 0 GOOD ACRES-COLLINS ROAD DIST.

tric plate attached; good condition; $30; GR 3585. 15c31

in

I BROOKDALE DUPLEX INCOME PROPER TY

PARKI AND ~ , ·

SCRATCH PADS-G~t them at La-., Crosse Printers and TIMES-JOUR. NAL office, 25c lb. Convenient pads and sizes. l 5ctf SEWING of all kinds. Will do fittings by appointment at your home or mine. Style Rite Dressmaking, Rt. . 7, Box 266. GR. 3328. · l 7ctf FOR SALE-Langwood rnnge, gray

Spana.way Food .Center

MORRELL'S

12-oz.

LUNCH MEAT • 31c

M.D. TISSUE • 3 /29c OR OTEX

Complete

'FLOOR MOPS • 69c

HOME AND FARM BUREAU-REAL ESTATE

FRESH BLANCHED

LB.

12810 Pacific Avenue, Parkland GRanite 3931 · Mail Address: Rt. 3, Box 819, Tacoma, Wash.

SALT. PEANUTS 39c

Evenings and Sundays, Mr. Loring, GR. 3570;

CARROTS •• ··2/15c

BUNCH GREEN ONIONS

Bl.JSR and Certs cabinet grand piano, $ 75; also washing machine, radio. One mile cast on Graham road. L. Smalley place, ·

&. RADISHES

FENCE POSTS long, various sizes, Sound timberLarge stock on hand.

Completely Cooked SWIFT'S PREM.

Point. Ohop. Resort

MOTOR REBUILDING Shop: GR. 7450 -- Res: HI. 6190 Pacific Avenue at Brookdale MACHINE SHOP & GARAGE Take Advantage of Our Easy Finance Plan Spring is here-have your car put in condition for vacation trips ahead. 12 mos. to pay, nothing dn.

2 LBS.

ASPARAGUS

S~LIT CEDAJl Fence Posts, 7 ft.

RUPE MACHINE WORKS

2/9c

LOCAL

LB.

PICNIC HAMS

A. J. Carlson P. 0. Box 388 Phone 663 Eatonville, W:ish.

l5c 49c

Prices Consistently LOW Quality "Consistently HIGH. Prices Effedive April 18 & 19

TRACTOR WORK

A-1 Auto Wrecking Used Auto Parfs GR~ 3445

PLOWING, DISCING

FOR SALE-Rooted chrysanthemum large p]ants_, 75__ varieties, 25c each. GA. 2108. 8209 Park. 15c31 NEED A FENCE? Wood, wire, concrete block. Call us for estimate. Easy monthly payments. Built-Rite Fence Co., HI. 2405 or HI. 9515. 15ctf

$3.50 per hour . Custom Cabinet Work

W. Ha Herbert

FOR SALE-Dropleaf kitchen and 4· chairs, excellent condition, $7.50. GR. 3632 evenings or Sat. 15c31

Rt. 3, Box 3 73 Phone 5-6086

FOR A NEW BUILDING or to reroof the old, why not put on the best longclifc cedar shingles and save time and money. They don't blow off or sweat. Our extra thick No. 1, 24.'' can be laid up to 10-in. exposure. We also make 16" and 18" shingles. Mill price or delivered. Ohop Lake Shingle Mill, .P. 0. Box 353, Eatonville, Wash. 15c38 FOR SALE-2Y2 h.p. Elgin outboard motor, $35; oil kitchen range, white enamel; 2-burner hotplate; 2-burner kerosene portable stove. GR. 8535. 15c31

MT. HIGHWAY SHOE SHOP

No. 2 8-FT. 2x4"s

1x4 FIR FLOORING SPLIT ·cEDAR FENCE POSTS

Under

New Management Visit our Shoe Clinic-Free diagnosis, major and minor surgery on all shoes. ·

WOOD-Core Block Green Slab

We Cut Glass

PRICES ARE RIGHT

Open 6_.. D~i~~

8:30 to

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FOR SALE---:-:10-inch John· Deere hammer mill. Rt. 1, Box 206, Eatonville. 15p31 ounty Bmn mg ·FOR SALE-2-wheel folding camp Building permits for Times-Journal trailer, aluminum top; sacrifice, territory, as reported by Planning En$75. GR. 7082. 15c3 l gineer G. E. LcMaster, include the f?llowing: $24,000 wood pole su~sta& t10n for. Puget Sound Power & Light Co., Pear and Cherry Sts. in tl1c TWO-horse. trailer. May be" seen at Woodbnd section; $7,000 home at Rudy Beitz. Puyallup .5-6::>38. 10401 East B St., and two homes at 16c31 $6,5.00 each .at· 1O·J.09 and 104-1 7 East WHITE EACE registered bulls and B St., V. F. McLaugl:1lin; $10,000' heifers, polled and . horned; a 1 so hom.e on Lidford road near East ".2nd polled Shorthorn bnlls. Take other ~-~=---.-o-~-------~ I St., Jm~cs E.·Lorcnz; $10,000 busmcss cattle in trade. Rt. 3, Box 610, Ta- building at 11802 Pacifi~.Ave. (future coma. Summit View. !Octf hsn1c. of Lacrosse P1·inters and the FOR SALE-Garden tractor, plo~ 1 u.nes-Journal), E. J. Webb~r;. $8,500 and disc cultivator teeth an.d riding home at 10.0th and Golden GJVen road, attachment, $225 ·cash. GR. 8535. S. .IC Christel. · l 6c3 l

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Equip.

PREPARES THE SOH.

HI ONE OPERATION

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Just one Merry Tiller demonstration proves you need it in 0 your garden. Saves hours of labor. Easily operated power tille1·, rotary cultivator and garden tractor. 1'ills and Jnulchcs up to 10" deep in any kind of soil tines guaranteed. Does n]any other jobs - fu,ll line of low-cost attach1ncnts for 1no,ving 'with sickle bar or your lawn Inow1·r, bulldozing, snow 1Jlowing, butdc'n rarrying. Jlusky 2h. p., 4--cyclc motor. Sturdy worker

HORSE SHOEING now available every day. Drop a card to Rt. l; Box 1·75, Graham. J. R. Young. 16ctf SPECIAL! SPECIAL! .8c each for Red Cockerels. Available each Wednesday. Special prices on large or cl er s. LaCrosse Hatchery and Poultry Ranch. Ph. Sumner 3-3122. 16ptf NEW HAMPSHIRE CHICKS at 17c. Also 8-10-12 week old pullets. We have our own breeding stock. See them. Drive a little farther and save. MIDGARD · P 0 U LT RY FARM and HATCHERY. Since • 1924:. One mile east of McKenna school. Yelm 3675. 15p32

uut.-pcrfunns 1uachinl's rnany tirncs

larger and

hen.vier. Sec Merry Tiller work the soil, weed close to shrubs, plants. Test case of finger-tip controls and entire operation. ONLY $35.00 DOWN Buy on our Easy Budget Plan

AVENUE 93th & Pacifc

C-2001 20" TV CONSOLE (Full Doors) $339.95 (Inc. 1 Ye a r Parts and Tube Warranty)

You're alLset to enjoy pE;rfect TV today ••. all-cltaunel UHF tomoITow! Your set will not be obsolete! You won't need bulky makeshift external gadgets, or

inadequate "tuning strips.'' See

the 17" Commander, illustrated, in rich, maroon. cabinet. Priced amazingly lo;v. Ask about "All Channel UHF' Continuous Tun" ing.'', It's yours, exclusively with Raytheon TV.

M-1712 - 17" TABLE MOD. T.V. - (Blond leatherette)

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$219.95

RC-1720-17" COMB. TV-AMRADIO & AUTO. 3-Specd PHONO.

$339.95 (Inc. I year Parts & Tube Warranty)

FURNITURE, . TV APPLIANCES·

(Inc. 1 Ye a i· Parts ·and Tube Warranty) Table to Match $13.50

15% Down, 18 Months to Pay ---··---·-·.

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39c 1-lb. 1.65 •

11 c TOMATO SOUP, Campbell's JELLO Desserts · 3 for 23c

4 for 29c ·

GUEST Toilet Tissue

LGE. 24-0Z.

49c MAYONNAISE, Shufine • PEACHES, Calirose Freestone . 19c CORN BEEF HASH. Armour's . 39c SHORTENING, Crisco • • 3-Ub. 79c GRAPE JUICE, Twin Peaks, 2 bties. 49c KRISPIE CRACKERS, Sunshine, 2mib. 43c CATSUP, Heinz. . . . . • 23c GR.APEFRlHT;Ruby pink . . . lb. 9c ONIONS & RADISHES . . bunch Sc DRY ONIONS, new crop white wax, 2 lbs. 25c l'OR THE FISHERMAN.__ALL POPULAR WESTERN BRANDS

BEER • .• . . 112 case cans $1.98 PEANUTS, Circus vacuum pack . 8-oz. 33c

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62nd & Par.k. Ave.

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GR. 8213 APRIL 13 & 19

GRAIN-FED, LARGE END

lb. 55c

PORK lOIN ROAST

GR !1215

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LUMBER CO.

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1 ·. State Farm Mutual Insurance

FORREST ·LEONARD

Agency

GR. '1222

Anything In Insurance 12815 Pacific Avenue - (House

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On your way to the lakes stop in. Near Roy "Y'' Spanaway

GR 8357

Graham 194

just South of Blue Spruce Motel)

9133 Gravelly lC11ke Drive LAKEWOOD

Downtown

13th and 'K' Street BR. 0386 I

On the Mt. 1-·li~hway 7208 Pacific Ave. HI. 9556

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