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MAY 29, 1952 (VOL. 7, NO. 37)

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performed by R.cv. J. Richard Fried- '1 li!1c at Normanna hall. A· reception followed. For the second time, now· ·and years ,ago, Mrs~ Grar:e Sea'.1rles1_Rihk_~)',J sister of the bride. and Frcp Williams, brother of the groom, Were attendiitnts.. L · Of .r;reat interest to all was the exact replica of the Williams' .first home in Ten Mile Lake, Minn. Laid ,.

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. 0 0 Barbara Cordes-:>-2:>11 W. oo~land . sc.hool eighth grade graduation will be on ¥onday, June 2 at ~.P· rn. at the F~uitla1;1d Grange hall. l he. commumty is mv1ted ~o attend. This year the class of 36 is the · ·the history · · of · the school. larr;cst m

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Europe Goal of ~1any From PLC 1'he next \Veek will '\Vitness a mass migration of students and professors from Pacific Lutheran College to Scandinavia and other·parts of Europe. Nu less than two dozen will be making- thf' trans-Atlantic. inunt. Heading the list wi.11 be Dr. S. C. Eastvold. PLC president, and. Dr. Ernest B. Steen, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, both of whom will attend the convention of the Lutheran World federation at Hannover, Germany. Both also plan to visit Palestine and the Near East. The Gunnar J. Malmins plan to stay in Europe a whole' year, Prof. Malmin as an exchange professor. The other globetrotters will be back in Parkland in September.

The Camp Fire Girls day camp registration is now open and ally girls from seven to 18 years of. age may participate. They need not be Camp Fire Girls. Points of interest in the su1nn1cr program will be Point Defiance, Wapato Lake and Spanaway Lake parks. The fee is 50 cents per girl, which includes insurance and one-half pint A1m1n1Ja~ Pk~nk of milk per day. Girls should register The Mr. and Mrs. clµb of Trinity before June +. • Lutheran church will hold the annual Tacoma Area Council of Camp Fire picnic Monday, June 2, at 6:30 p. m. \ Girls has headquarters at 702 Broad- at the Spanaway beach. Everyone is asked to brinf; table service and food 1~:t~1one BR. 4395. for the potluck supper. ~:..:..~~-~~~~

Sylvia Storaasli Orthopedic Guild will meet Thursday, June 5, for 12:30 luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Anderson; 2+ 1 So. 54th St. Mrs. Stanley Rosso is co-hostess.

well remembered by the Williams'~nd nu1ny of those presrnt. Mrs. Cochran also had. charge of refreshments and. decorations.

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out on a-;cgrassy meadow,· in miniature, -I vvas a \vhite farn1 house, oak grove and / blue lake with white mnd and ag?le shores. On the lake, in a ro\vho-at nestled among the rushes and lilies, two miniature figures sat, fishing -poleS ill hand. This remarkable piece of artistry was done as a surprise to the Williams by Mrs. Amy Cochran. Her duplication was complete to the last detail, including the great white pine Lhat stood by the side of the house so

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Mern.orial Day Camping Trip The ~1g news of the wedc for most area resident who are planning a weekcud trip on h01sek1ck is that the Ta(0111,L Unit No. 1 are sponsoring a three-day ride stnrting_ Memorial Day 1h_e 30th of May (Friday) . . . the tnp will be strictly wcsteri• 1'f "Ou plan to attend, pLm to stay .out on the p1~--i.ir1~~ for a. couple of nights · · · !mng .everythmg you want with you mcludmg Y.our horse feed and· your own groccncs good water and · ' axes ' . and sa.ws will · be wood ·.mcludmg·

Pierce county group in charge were

greatly surprised at the number who responded and the remarkably short time taken to reach the objective. According to Trav Dryer, director of district No. 11, the block warden system in the local district will probably be used as the pallern for the entire state.

Gaiety and reminiscence .marked t~1r golden wedding anniversary <if M.r. j and Mrs . .T css Williams of Spana\vay Saturday, May 24', when. they were honored by over ~ 00 friends and rel:i- .

As the Stars and Stripes dip in tribute to tbose who died and the bugle blows in mournful "taps," we pause to honor once again the brave sacrifice of those who fought so g;::dlantl y to preserve tbe freedom we hold dear. Let us honor tbem in the only way they would understand . . . by practising the democracy they fougbt to maintain. I

Civil Defense workers _in district No. 11 made a fine showing in the state-wide red alert Monday night, May 19. The local rescue squadron and first aid personnel were ordered to report at Lakewood Center and the

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··· _ ,.,, · · Remember-.µ:old wedding bells formed a back-~ground for the wedding scene. · . . . . . . • ·. . , . . , Although bread is the major · , 1 w. 11 . d f. Of televmon fame and of special mtere.st to the ch1ldrcn, will make a B Y CLARENCE LA CROSSE "rs. i iams a . hress o... pear1 personal .· · at Parkland durmg . · . t nmme . wore d wit appearncc the FCoronation Program. of the lovely problem, we have ample pas1 . . · . . B R d arey crepe grey · ace. · . · · . 'd · L on hand, and of course bnng your Guest speaker for the evening will be .usy oun up 0~uccn ·1~T • • · f Id b. ·. Roundup Queen, Carmen Robmson next •n ay evemng at the P C gym. D r. R oss H an11·1 ton, d.1rector uf " HandR a d'io,.. TV an d b rca kf . . . Qucen. C armcn is-1naung • I. . . Sh er1'ff T ex_s ' F•r1'd ay progran1 tries and special cakes. horse. · asts a Iong ::ict h'd corsage · was o ·go en· rnnze o1- nasuun. a trip-over-to" 1 Crist Kcfflcr, president of the icapped Children" of the department with other personal appearances are c Ms: R' 1. ·t f1 . at 5:30-6 over KING-TV .lune.6th ... in ord.er to bring him. back and appe.ar . f d ' A hi ' I '11 1 l . J' 1 d h . d p· k. I . d is. ic,ey ma ron o lonor wore · . . B '1 M . . 'II 1 d . h . . Washmgton Horsemen called me o c ucat10n. t ct1c ctters w1 }e <ecpmg our 1tt e re - a1re ar an d f d lct'-bl .th 1 . ' t 1, an hIS program. urt 1• CJ urine WI crown t le queen un.ng t e impressive . morning, . . ' . 1)usy t h ese d ays. aHerress o r ewas r uc w1 a ace . . S.tan. R. oreson, . tlus stating that everyone avvar d e d an d ·p atro1 A ward s pre- R oun d up Q u(:'t;n corsa of .s s o e. cercr:nony. a I~o .. o_f 'I"V f arnc, wi.'II present an exec11ent program. 11 jntncstcd is invited . . . you do not sented. Members of the Gth, 7th and Malcolm ..Some and I spent a full · A. m.o gthos ·pr ye tow rosteh. W'I Tickets to the Coronation program are on sale at Soine's Shoe Store in Park1 Pacifk Avenue at Airport Road · · 8 t h gra d e c h orus w1·11 sing. · · · S catt1c an d T aco1na arranging · e esen wei · · ·· · f ast. J'1n1 C avert·. I day Jn , ng d. L .e Ne ·t · -. lan,d:.now ••• and going an d h'JS ore h cstra Vil'11 b e f ea. !1avc to b e a club n 1en1ber to partici~ 1 t r 'f 1iams . (C row d e d 0 ut L ast. W ec k) f or various . iv rs. ou o1 on, tur~. d. ~ L arry K'irI('YlOO d WI·11 b.e t h e master of- cere1non1es. . Hours: ~ a.m, to 9 p.m.pa;~ .... the rnurc the incrner. ra d'10 an d 'I'V . appearances their son,aug1 fakee., Willianis. seven randI 0 get there go ()Ut Mt. Highway Mrs. J~ss Gray and children 91enn of our q13een . : . as it stands now children ai,.d four great-;randchfidrew 1 to .Roy Y on. south. th'.o;igh Roy to a:1d. Gloria left Tuesday. to dnve to the followmg. rad10 and TV appearanc- Mrs. Williams' sisters" Mrs .. Grae~ and Rnm1cr and through Ramier to VVash- California where ·they wrll meet Mr. es arc defm1tely arranged: R' I e ·0 f ·B tt.e M ' t, d ·' >·L1 and Mrs. Andrew .Christensen, .Tr. ·1::-igton II ' · · G · L A l d d · R d' d TV A f R d ic' Y u ' • on ., an "" " -- orscrncn s sign; turn ngl~t ~t :rr0-y In _as nge es an nve on. to a IO an ppeflrane:es o oun - Rouey Brovvn of Bellingha1n; and htr' Those attending were Messrs.. and sign, UNDER . RAILROAD Anzona. The up Queen b ro th er, w·11· S ear1es of B oJSe, · Id. Beverly Corrigan GR . 3545 , . ,go . .. Grays . plan on makmg \"" . i iam . aMesdames Frank Johnson, Charles BRIDGE and follow signs for 3Y, theu- home m Phoenix and Mr. Gray · vcdncsday, May 28th, 8 a. m. 1 d ]\'- w·11· • b· th . y .. d The monthly meeting of the H. M. Cooper, Vietor Esh peter, James Hart' 'J f · J b 1 f I "B · kf · h M M · ,, KMO 10, an '.tl. 1 rnms 10 e1s, .,e 1 "" n'.1 f'S~ t11rn k t and there you arc . . . -~a~ ccn t ierc or t 1c past. n1ont 1. b re~· ast .wit c urtr1e . of }iiforton Wash. and Ore of Tacoma. and L. Ladies Auxiliary was held May ley, Clarence Johann, Don Kemp, El"Step up" to get your diploma in a sm~rt new pair of shoes 1 (1t savs Friends of Mrs. her ayhght F or a we 'dd'1ng ' res en . 1 ti1e1r · d au ·11- 7, with Mrs. Bernice Turner presid- mer Morud, Don Peterson, Bill Shana, here) · . . . . . Gray " surpnsed ,, ~ .' _ Tnne. Loa,k for the .lHg signs al Ramicr bst Monday with a farewell lunch- " I' nday, May 30th, ~,0:30 p. m. tcr, Mrs. Lou No~ton ;s driving ~er ing. Under· new business, .a c9111mittee han, ]')avid McPherson, Albert Bom. . . 'Cr?mc any tune and stay as. long con at. the home of Mrs. Bud Root. C.huc. kwagon Jamboree; KV,~. . pm.ents to Min·. neso. ta 'for a si.x ~veeks vvas appointed to look into .>1·cvising bardier, George Turner, C. B. Smith, as possible , . . sec you out over the Following luncheon 1:frs. Gray was Monday, June 2nd, B <;· m. Break- visit. En route they plan to \'isit Mr. the by-laws and every member who Mr. Robert Burstol) and mother,. Mrs. weekend. p1:escntcd a lovely gift from her fast with McMurtnc" KMO broad•. Williams' two sisters who were un- possibly can is urged to attend the Burston, and Mrs. Joyce Vance. The fnends. Attendmg were Mesdames cast direct from Parkland at the 1 11 t b t t tl · dd' June tneeting to vote on these revis- honored couple were. presented with . d es, J . c . M u 11·ms, B unga Iow . . . ·you are mvtte · · d I a J e o c prcscn a mg, B u d R oot, K ar I C.or to at-,'·:[ i"' · S 'tth 1eir f L' we · t Tune in Buck Ritchey's Chuck c ions. I\0111ination of officers .. \vi11 also an end table and a Rrand time was 'l H ff o s 1 d d b If · . S 1v. rs. v mme nn o 1vm~s on, vVagon Jamboree KVI Friday eve,cc1 ; u , . scar wa an er, an tend .. : rca' ast mcludcd for , LOO. Mont. and Mrs. Myrtle Kimb~ll of be held. Birthdays honored at the May (Continued on Page Six) Tuesday, June 3rd, 10:30 a. m. B k ' M' Wh'l · L' · ning 10::{(): hear our lovely Queen ·John Lmdell.. 4-H Club "P r . 1 Cl10i ,, Kl\<IO ac ·us, · mn. 1c m 1vmgston, meeting v...-ere Mesda1nes Joyce Vance, Carmn1 Robinson have words with . . e sona ce • · thev will spend several days tourinr; Lois Johann and Nonie Hartley. The The Breckon..4,H Icivestock and Wednesday, June 4, 12:30 p. m. Yellowstone. ark ' money well was won by Joyce. Vance. Butter U11Jl Rite/icy . . . more room met last Saturday at the "Stan Boreson" KING. M d MP ' w·11· b t I hope if our ad de]Jart- 1Poultry ' club p l B'll F · D · r. an rs. J iams ave no 1-Iostcsses were Bernice TUrncr and · A formal installation ceremony for unng "."edne;day, June 4th, 3 p. m. for otten that ''bi one" that ot Cora Taylor. g-n bC'serk again . . . sec 101ne oi _ ~te _anc. 1 Y.. ox. the new officers of the Parkland · g the o;roup will meet every "Kin~'s Kamera" KING-TV g .. 15 Street" ·for n1orc Rouriclup the· summer 1 'I c ·v1s1ting :Methodist W. S. C. S. will be held I· Pl - · · d , -. ' . _. . · _ away 5 0 years ago, so w11 Midland Graduation two wee .s. . ans were made to JU ge I hursday,, June 5th, 6:15 p. m. Ten Mile lake and the old home they news. The Midland junior high school an- Sunday, June B, at the 11 o'clock Saturday at lhe Enumclaw stoc..k show. "Sports Review" KMO · d t o ge t' en1 th'1s 't.1111c nounces the ·graduation exercises for worship hour at the church. Mrs. Guy I ·:· - .: ·'·' ·'~_,, .. ::·.-.:<·-- . M b bb . · are cI e t.ernune 11151 A. ·RUii A 111>..n ft ll!'l>,..U.Hi.H'll.· ·Ul!'llf · em ers present were Bo y BadFndav, June Gth, 5:30 p. m. "Sher·th tl r· h. · t 11 th Ir I"!. l!'l.lbA"i\li"<l l\Jil ll\, VliJJ i~ l!a'm · Ir' · 1 R' k M M I J L . ·.· ' ,. wi le new is mg ac' e ey re- the eighth and ninth grades are to be Nedervold is the new president; lvlrs. ., . : . ·-'·.c:. ..· . ;a_m, •· JC'Y,. e ... ami,. erry. amp- 1ff .Tex Jn11 Le.w1s ·KING-TV...... ccivrcd as a uift on their golden wed- ,.held Thursday· evening, June -~' . and Wjlbur Roberts, vic.e president; .M.rs. j"'f[li ·shJrc, Marvin Mennenga, Bobby Els- • Appearances have been .made on ding day. · ·~ · that Class Day will be June 4. Pro- Mike Wutz, secretary; Mrs. H. F. don, Gary Lmcoln, and Bill and Pete KTAC over Melody Crmse span· gram and the list of graduates will Skinner, treasurer: Ori Wednesday, For Little Sis Fox. Rdreslnnents were served . by sored by Northwest Radio, through appear in next ~'f':~k's _issue. June 4, at 1 p. m. a tea will be held Sizes 12 0-3 __________ $5;90 r..}rs. Fox at th~ clo_se of the meetmg. courtesy of Herb Gullbcrg of Parkat the church to honor the four. All Housewarming 1 he next meetm,e; is June J.1. at the land. Other appearances will also be For Big Sis ~A.. sui~prise housc-\varn1ing \Vas held interested won1en of the community home of Bob Elsdon. made on that program, however, dates Buttons and Button Holes $6.75 (Womd1'.S Sizes) by the H. M. and L. Fire Department are invited. Impo,.ted Baby Line arc not definite . . . listen-in starting at 2:30 over KTAC. Gifts , /le . . Our good friend Burl McMurtric, The re. gu. Jar mont_hly :rr:eellnjS of has b. een .very kind .. in. plugging the 11230 Pacific Avenue Tnmty Luthera.n Pan~h Guild will be affair over his three popular KMO held 111 the Fnendslup room at the broadcasts . . . Breakfast with McBuys you a beautiful and luxurious ~hurch at 8 p. m,. Tuesda_Y, June .3. Murtrie, B-8:30 weekdays; 12:15-12:30 1 fhe , pro11ran; will perta.111 . to hfe every noon and 8-8: 15 evenings . , . 411 Garfield St. (In the Parkland Centre Bldg.) H)cn1be.rsh1ps 1n the orp;an1zat1on and listenin on KMO all next week for Across from the Parkland Post Office l:h:llnielson "' several Life lvfcmbership pins will be 1 more details and announcements perGR 3526 OPEN 10-G (Daylight Time) JJlT:8l'T1ted. taininp; to the Roundup . . . Burfs ~-... Agency Rambler country dub sedan, completely equipped widi radio, fa• ~' , programs especially . . . Burt will be PARKLAND-GR. 3113 n1ous Nash air hl'ating syslen1, foan1 cushions, directional signals, clock, with us at the Bungalow Cafe next Corning Attractions Automobile - Casualty - fire custom wheel, d1rome discs, and oil bath air cleecner. Total price with· Monday morning where he will broadInland Marine this equipment is only cast direct . . . Tickets arc now on sale for the breakfast which sell for only $1.00-get your early . . . this is an excellent opportunity to both sec and partieipatc in this popular VVc tr<lde hig·hrr. Drive a. few miles and s£Jve on our Jo\V overhead. program right from Parkand. Ser thcsf'. cut price but one uwncr guaranteed trades on the New Golden 56th. & M St. GA. 7373 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 Nash Airfytcs. Most have radio and heater. THE SET OF THE SAILS: Doors open· 1 :00 p.rn. Sat. & Sun. A lonely mariner \Vas setting sail 51 Nash Cust. Amb., Hydra. drive. 51 Olds. 88 Rocket 4-door. Radio, 6:30 p. m. Mon. thru Fri. in his s1nall ship to sail alone from Never sold. Save over ........ $800 heater, Hydra. drive ...... $2,159 i\ustralia lo a port in Madagascar 51 Humber Hawk sedan .. $1,559 51 Nash Super Sedan. Bed and Mav 28-31-Wed.-Sat. 4,000 miles away. IT'S EASY TO OWN 51 Chev. Del. 4-door, Royal Mast. o'drive. ........................ $1,989 He kn<'w his goal; , Memorial Day doors open 1 P. M. tires ........................... 0...... $1,889 51 Crosly Super Sedan, 45 miles '"Sailor Beware" he lashed tight his j 50 Olds. Super 88 sedan. Hydra. miles per gal. .......................... 999 Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis rudder and he set $1,899 50 Pac!rnrd Sedan. O'drive $1,699 "The Big 'Trees" (Color) hi8 sails carefully, 50 l\ash Amb. scd. Hydra. ~:1,c199 50 Rambler Convert. Sed, $1,4·99 Kirk Douglas - Patrice Wymore thoughtfully, <0on+9 Olds. 98 sedan. Hydra. $1,699 +9 Studebaker Landcruiscr with sidcring ·well the 49 Plymouth Sp. Dd. club o'clrive ............. c................ $1,599 June l-3---Sun.-Tues. steady force of the coupe ............................... $1,299 49 Nash Super Scd, o'drivc, $1,299 "The .First Time" lLtdc \vinds upon +9 Ford Cust. V-B sedan .. $1,199 18 Chev. Fleet. Sedan ............ $999 Robert Cummings - Barbara Hale thc1n. 46 Nash sed. O'Drive .......... $599 41 Chev. Spec. Del. Sed ........ _$359 "The Harctn GirJl' By the set of his 4 ! Stu de. Com. club coupe $359 39 Buick Sedan ...................... $249 Joan Davis Paul Marion salls his course vvas 39 Plymouth sedan ................ $99 35 Buick Sedan , .......................$89 June 4-7-Wcd.-Sat. guided. W eeks "Boots Malone" All Types of went by. He touchWilliam Holden - Johnny Stewart ed ncithei- sail nor "Drums In The Deep South" , rudder. (Color) Land Ho! There to the starboard a Nash Dealer Jam es Craig - Barbara Payton Jncrc 't\venty 1niles a-\vay was his port. Best Quality, Always 303 W. Main, Puyallup J-Iis cour,se was good, his goal was '\IVD gained. Phone Puyallup 5-6693 or Tacoma FU 1187 PACKED WITH We a re all mariners upon life's sea POWER FOR YOUR with the setting of our sails a matter for our choice. Others 111ay advise us, 8290 SO. TACOMA WAY influc·ncc us, bu,t tbe finsl choice is ours. Phone 3991 Con1nH'ncc1ncnt D:ly ls a beginning, Ii tJ1\n: for t.hc ~ctting· of sa.ils for young INSURANCE !k,. If wr r,r·ck ;1 goal, .in the right di.n-''rtioh, :1n.d set our course very rn.rly CLAY ROLEY AGENCY in lift. iu s11(h n1anncr that we use 98th and Portland Avenue "A change of hats at this seawn of to th<: full the great force for good in GR 8501 the year is mandatory," claims Moon (;o<l's lJnivcr.se, '\'VC can attain that Mullins, salesman in the Parkland OPTOMETRISTS goa], happily, area, for the Puyallup Laundry and The Following Firms Will Be 'The foru· o( God's laws, like the Be wise, and prevent this loss by having your winter DR. L RICHARD McUUlK Dry Cleaners. tr.!1dc ,vintl> <)H the ocean, are .strong Modern Eye Care "1\nd when it corne,r:; to hats," adds ;l!HI steady, and will help us mightily garments cleaned before storing. 4802Y,, So. Yakima HA 2113 Moon, "call on me for perfect results, direction. for we can rebuild old felt, straw or well to the set- REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE Panama hats, or we c~n custorn build NOTARY a new light weight hat for summer wear that ca~'t be equalled for quality ROY V. ROSTEDT and comfo1t, n erson Um er O. 8201 p I A ar < venue "The Puyallup Laundry and Dry Phone HA 2 342 Cleaners employ the finest hatter in roo a e um er O. Phone DR. JOSEPH G. HANSON the Pacif!c :"lorthwest; so to make that North of the Bank Comer Osteopathic Physician last years hat look fresh as new, call 5437y; So. Tacoma Way ,me at.Puyallup 5-6651. I'll J?rovide ans Pacific 24-HOUR SERVICE AT THE PLANT Odd Fellows Building f~ee pickup and d:Jivery service,, or 'T..,,-..,..---.---.-:i Q W-:...:h g·1vc you a cost estimate on cleaning. um er . o. ID -. . , ....... _. f t .... ·-· A 1 · - · · · . , - "' ··-···· 1 without obligation." -· fl ! "11-'Uli'l'I !& B"'CIC:ITIC A.Ve.

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Linda and Rusty Andrews, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Andrev. ..-s of Canyon Road, received their first curnrnunion last Sunday at St. John of thr Woods church at Midland. After the services, the Andrews went to the homes of Mrs. Ethel Foster, 11r. Andrew's rnother, and Mr. \'VhencvcT and \Vhcrcvcr a and Mrs. Georgf' L. Bt~rry, Mrs. An- sho\v or contest is put on, a11 pn:iise

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dre\v's parents, so the children could ,!!,OCS to the entertainers. I want to be congratulated by their grandpar- do a co1n~lc~c switch and give a \V~rd cnts. In the afternoon they all l'.H- of appn:c1at1on tu a good, re:Jpuns1vc:

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SUMNER fARMERS' SUPPLV Phone 3-4784

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CANYON ROAD

joyed an outing at Wapato park. Visit in Everett Mr. and Mrs. W. Niquette, of 83rd street, spent several davs hist \vcck visiting at tlu: hun1c of M.rs. Niqucttc's mother, Mrs. Ida Knott, in Everett. Outing on J\!lountain Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bacon and chi!drcn, Pat, Sandy, Bobby, and Dor-

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Reasonable Prices Call Vic Anderson

Doctors Schwind and Schwind will, Thursday, May 29, 1952 be located in their new offices at South 12th and M Street, Tacoma Medical Center, after June 1.-(Adv.) '·

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Roundup logs Complete Line of

Denim Play Togs All First Quality, With F'amous Makes Labels

DRESSES, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES Crisp Cottons, Sheer Cool Nylons. Wonderful Prints. Rich Rayon Crepes (All in Summer Colors) Complet Linc to Choose From STILL NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING

tcrcsting pieces of driftwood. Recovering Russell Carmack, son of Mr. and Mr.'l. (;}pn C,;.1rninck, n•turnr•d to his hon1c on East 72nd street 8ftcr a tonsillcetomy at Madigan hospital. We arc glad lo rcporl that Russell is his usual active self again. At Ho1 Springs Mr. and Mrs. Ray L~stcr have returned to their hon1e on C~nnyori road after a week's vacation at St. Mnrtin's f:Iot Springs, Carson, Wash. In additJOn to the baths, the Lcstcrs enjoyed several fishing trips and reported very good results. Week end Visit Mr. and Mr~. John Folk of Ca.nyon road spent last weekend in Hillsboro Oregon, visiting at the home of Mr'. Folk's brother, Tom, and Mrs. Folk. Pleasant Outing Mr. and Mrs. Michael Latterell and son Michael, of Canyon road, and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown of Tacoma enjoyed a trip to Mt. Rainier last Sunday.

COLLINS NEWS

MYRTLE MOCKEL APPAREL Parkland Centre Building

GR 5317

6

,

Graham 1m7 665

Memorial Flowers

Rubber Stamps

Mixed Bouquets and Mixed Pots .................... $1.00 up Geraniums ................ 49c and 59c

Made to Order

125th & Pacific

DANCE To the .Music of the

Pastime Trio STAR.TING THURS. AND FR.l. 1 MAY 29 • 30

7 :30 in the Collins gym. Thf'.re -..vill also be a cartoon and the serial. School Picnic The Collins school picnic will be held at the school Thursday, June 5. Graduation The 8th grade graduation at Collins will be held Wednesday, June 4, at 8 p. m. in the school gym.

LET'S 60 WESlERti n.u _J IN BOOTS a 1M1~(r You'll be in proper attire for the big Parkland Roundup

ner, Waller Road and Eatonville. 'All ~re previous winners and range .in· age irom '1- to 20. One full hour of clean entf'rtainn1cnt in a variP.ty of ar.ts .. For the bcnr.fit of all participating~ rC,~ard­ less of who is the winner, I would. like lo sec an audience present like the above menti9ncd .It's a large theater and will take a lot of people. The talcnt is only one-half of the show. The audience is the other half; for one ~ithO'llt the other js as nothing-. MRS. W. T: HARRIS()N·

if you wear cowboy boots or Indian moccasins.

Brown or Black

TROYANl"S JUNIOR BOOTERY

FOR THE KIDS BROWN - RED - BLACK (Sizes 6-8) .................................. $4.95 (Sizes 8 Y2-3) ......•....••.....•.....•..• ·5.85

Specializing in Children's Shoet 706 ST. HELENS AVE.· MA 6318

(Two different styles, similar to picture)

ENTIRE FAMllY FOR SON

Berkeley Water Systems

Business Cards Distinct Styling

Phone GR. 3141 or GR. 5874

"MOCS" FOR MOM AND SIS

$3.89

GROUP ONE

''You~ve

never felt con1fort until you've felt '1noccasin comfort'"

Parkland t>tH-e '1 Shoe Store t)

BATTERIES

Al and Malcolm Soine (In the Parkland Oen tre Building)

Open 10 Till 6 Daylip;ht Time

Quality -

• 45 I

Bulldozing

Sales Tax Added

Excavating, Grading and Ditch Digging

G. S. SHABEN HA 6682

At the Yard

I x4 Fir Flooring

Door Jambs Window and Door Sills Garden Seeds Garden Tools Paints

Reg. Size Pkg.

PIC!'HC SUPPLIES

18c CORNED BEEF • 45c ORANGE B1\SE • 1!19c· S\VEET PICKLES • 45c m

"

Bovril

Fresh Picnic Size BagNaHey's

12-oz. Can

We Cut Glass

Sunkist

6 Oz.

GR.unite 5844 BASKETT LUMBER COMPANY

Standby

24 Oz.

Zee

415il@l(iip161!

• ;·;: • ..• ~

5

Na~ley's

ANN DELAFIELD Reducing Plan

·-··

$17.15

--

First in Lumber For Over 63 Years ..

=~

f:• lJ~

Picnic Hams Weiners •

Famous dietician, teacher and • beautician • who has helped • more women reduce • successfully o than any other ,0 person in the U.S., 0

fryers

..

Veal Steak

• • ~

g>km£,mAH16181 >ID,!MO!lE 10 OFrc!t 1'/IE PROJ'PECTIYE Bt/Ycte:JR

.!II GI e o

PARKLAND Pha THE PACIFIC AVE. AND AIRPORT ROAD

DRUG STORE

i

~ 174ST£ B£TT£R. ~.J; B

~~~~iN~· ~.

WJ-,:/d

Green Onions or Radishes,3 bun. 10c Lemons . = lb. 13c • 45c lb. 49c Lettuce • • 1heads15c lb. 63c For a Nice Salad 1 fOf 25t 1bunches 19c •

Lb.

fi

Pan Ready

Shoulder

<..:.u:-1

EAST Htit.ST.

CARNATION MILK FO/? BETTER GRAV/£$

Beston Butts er

$

A/1,\ '7~~

Kraft Cheese Spread

Ground Beef

:• START

nor Dnftll'llth .--· ···-··· ..

::i5c

2/59c

Pure Fresh

111111;1..,

Ot

• • 24 Oz.

Your Choice

SEE THIS GARAGE ON DISPLAY AT OUR RETAIL YARD

... c: IAur ... c:

POTATO CHIPS, 1oz.

NALlEYifS PURE MAYONNAISE Processed DILLS

HO Count

(In Most Cases)

(Sizes 6,[)) ··························-······· $4.95 (Sizes BY,-12) ............................ $6.70 (Sizes 12 Yo-3) ···-························ $6.95

fit - Economy

Split Cedar Fence Posts 35c ea.

Paper Napkins • • 2/25c Bake A Cake Deal Pack

NO DOWN PAYMENT

CHILD'S WORK BOOT

Across from the Post Office

"""~"£

No. 4 Com. 1%"x4%" Net · 8 Ft. - lOc Each

Airport Road & J St. GR. 3395 18 Ycars in Parkland

BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY COMPLETE FOR $815.00

9 4"x4" Hemlock Gutter 9 1611 Centers in Wall framing • Choice of Shakes or Bevel Siding e Coler Choice for Pabco Shingles Overhead Doors with or without Glass

GR. 3526

:-J

4x4 Cedar S4S For Fences, 12c Lin. Ft.

BOB'S PLACE

e

,

411 Garfield Street

Broom Handle Flower Stakes While They Last le Each

Gas at Competitive Prices

Double Construction Throughout 11> Completely Sheathed with 111x8 11 Shiplap Sheathing Covered with 15-Lb. Felt

AH Are Handmade Indian Moes

FOR SIS

f

(Your choice of Natural, Red, Blue)

Capable, Experienced Drillers Nothing Down-3 Years to Pay

Cascade Pump & Drmang Co.

• $4.95

Sizes 3-6

Pacific Ave. & Garfield

WELL DRILLING

"MOCS" FOR SON

l!llmllillil

DANIELS HARDWARE

$5.45 and $6.95

"MOCS" FOR POP

BOOTS FOR THE

YOU SAVE AT

EXCHANGE

e

Phone ~uy. 5-7207 Rt. 2, Box 165 Corner Airport and Cedar Road

GR 7270

PARKLAND R.OUNDmUP JUNE 2ND TO 7TH

Pastime Tavern

14'x24' 9 Concrete Slab Floor

FARCY'S SERVICE

13818 ·Pacific Ave.

LaCROSSE PRINTERS

Live Music Every W edncsday and Friday Thereafter

AGARAGE

One Model A Motor,. as is $5.00 One '35 V-8 Motor Block with , Valves ................................ $7.00 One '37 V-8 Differential ...... $9.50 One V-8 Frnnt Axle ...........• $4.00

Used Auto Parts GR. 3445 Good Transmissions

Parklcmd Florists

LaCROSSE PRINTERS GRanite 7100

audience such as witnessed at the recent Waller Road Variety Show. Evcry en,tc~·taincr there w o u Id. have vvorkcd lus heart out for that audience, despite the fact there were nd.=prizc~ to be won. There were no empty, sears' and applause was in abund~~n~r:.'.'·(-·.~~;;> , On June+ the Talent con'tc~t.;gJ<'lnd . finale wiU be held at the Pa~·J-:land

:By MRS. A. 0. ANDERSON

Ifeature "Silver Skates" will be the main of the Friday evening movie,

for Sale Misc.

A-1 Auto Wrecking

spent did bst quite Sunday ;;t of .Mt.h1kmg .Rai- t!1cate'., mimcdiatcly f?llowing ,.'the . mer. They a bit first picture. Entrants will come,from ~ 1and were succ<.,·ssfu] in fiding- sornc in~ Tacorna, ()ly1npia, Parkland~ ::Sl~n1-

.,_

THE TIMES-JOURNAL

B

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6

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Call for Price on Specials on Permanents

WILMA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 11002Y, Pac. Ave. GR 5352

Yes Mam: It's

Cleaning Time ii'*'} 10+

@i

H'M*

-&B

Pt.

29c 2 Pk.gs.

ES 39c 39c SALMO

No. 112 Flat

Med. Red

.Garden Fresh Local

lettuce

lb. 8c

Green Onions or

Radishes ~ m3/10c Florida

Lb.

Grapefruit

New Calif.

Carrots

10c 2 bu.

B

19c


Our DISTRICT OFFICE is conveniently located to handle your POLICY SERVICE CLAIMS and SALES. INFORMATION AND RATES CHEERFULLY given no obligation. CALL or VISIT our office. 9 A. M. to 5 :30 P. M., D.S. T. 9 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. on Saturday.

Howard W. Rimer Dist. Mgr.

98TH

PACIFIC

~'

~

Only the Best Grades of Meat Cut in Our Shop

B

lb. 59c 3lbsw 49c •

::c 0 c::: ~

~

~ ~·

:t>

-< ~

• --.ii

The Only 24.-Hour Prescription Service in Tacoma

Full Potency for Children's Vitamins, Insulin and

ASPIRIN lOO's 19c


VAUGHAN'S VALUES No. 1 V.G. l6 Cedar Shingles. NfJlrrowPer Bdl. $1.50 11

2x4s -

8 Ft. No. 4 Common .................................................... Each 20c

1%" Lattice -

6 Foot········-···························-·················-· Per Foot l:Y,c

CASH AND CARRY

Vaughan~§ PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER COMPANY 84TH & PACIFIC AVE. l'Ho:::. HI. 9515

at the

FRUITLAND GRANGE DANCE JAMBOREE

Estate

Ra~1ge,

was $249.95 ________ now $209.95

Magic Chef Oil Range, Was $129.95 ------------now $109.95 Dixie Gas Range, was $ l 49. 9 5. Now (Like New) Refrigerators -

Guar211teed

$39.95 - $49.95 - $59.95 - $69.95 and up Washing Machines - . Guaranteed

$29.95 - $39.95 - $49.95 - $59.95 and up


~

ibbons

2 lbs.

Spanaway Food Center

FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT

GR. 7512

PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO

s 11

Fancy Pink

Salmon Large

__ C

2 far 45c

26c

Oxydol Bar None

Dog Food

12-Used Autos

5 ACRES 2 B.R. modern home. Gar., chick hsc., barn. City li.[(hts and water So. Summit dist. Only $5,250 with

fu

Known for Gobel, Clean Sharp Cars ·

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

65c 1 lb.

Sunshine Soda

2lc

Crackers

Lb.

Pan Ready Cut Up

65c

Fryers

2 Heads

Local

15e

Lettuce

Priced Right

HOME AND FARMJUJJU:.A.U-RIEAL ESTATE

Lb.

Cheese

KNUTE LOH.AND MOTORS Good soil" no rocks.

3/29c

Sharp Wisconsin

WORDS cannot tell you how nice they really arc. Sec them before you buy

Hunch

Carrots • •

Salad Mix 2

Beet Greens Prices Conslstrntly LOW Quality Consistently HIGH

TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas• scs. All ages. Mildred Keller, Gii 7881. 15ctf

lb. 41c

Fresh. Sliced @r Piece

Halibut

a

lb. 39c

m

No. l Shaft er

Septic Tanks, Cess Pools Cleaned

10 lbs.

Potatoes 59c Fresh

Contents Hauled Away HUTSON TANK CLEANING HI 3980 HA 7038

Tube

LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo Service for developing. In at l 0, out .at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf

Tomatoes 23c

Local Bank Terms - Trade Up to 24 mouths to pay

Open till 8 P. M.

KNUTE LOH.AND MOTORS Where Your Dollar Goes Farther

AUCTION SALE . \!}' YOU want more cash qmck, sell by auction. Every Fri:, 7:30 p.m. Gkn Betts, 3113 So. Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. tf, 2 c

RAY GOGAN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION General landscaping service - new lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, rockcrics. 10% down, 30 months to pay. GR. 3127. 3ctf -:Lc5\.i/-(j()s'.(i.tTiu INSURANCE Sav<' 20 to :10'/n

FOR SALE--19+8 Chevrolet stake pick-up truck, heavy duty 4·-speed transn1ission, very good rubber, ra-

dio, heater, 2-1-,000 miles. Illness forrf'.s sale Rt a very reasonable

price. Telephone Graham 7-7638. 12p37

14--Situations Wanted

Tcn1pcrancc Policy H.ntcs

McKINLEY IIILL REALTY HA 0365 ROTOVATING, blade work; no job too small. W. L. Lewis, GR H92. 3ctf

CHILDREN'S NURSERY - Family WASH. ING MA<;!HINE PART~.-, ~tyle; educatio11a; toys; trained perLargest stock m town. Repa1nng sonnel. GR. 668.. 14ctf that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, CHILD CARE-Wish to do child 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. l lctf care in my own home.· GR. \1503. ROOFING and siding, direct applica14ctf tion. Guarautecd material and cx· pert labor. No salesmen. For lowest l "' " estimate call GR 3581.-l lp37 UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, 1107 Market Street. 15ctf STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Ryder Furnace, 1513 SCRATCH PADS-Get them at La· Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established Crosse Printers and TIMES-JOURin . 1872. 11 ctf NAL office, 25c lb. Convenient pads and sizes. 15ctf CHAIR CANING with Natural cane. Call BR. 7804 or bring in. Alan UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $12. GR Vandegrift, 720 So. Sheridan. 3306. 15ctl CUSTOM GUNSMITH - Rcbarrel- BABY FURNITlJRJ1;, new and used. Property Management Insurance ing, head-spacing, stock work, re- SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. Notary bluing.' Guns and ammunition. Jerry 15ctf Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board Shannon, Mt. Road, near Loveland. Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369 Phone Graham 537. llct£

I

5-Help Wanted

115-M"scellane""U"

care; livr

5c37 for child Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

Parkland {Jpholstery 140th & Pacific GR 3201 Res: GR 3181 ·-'---Most Modern Methods of Location and Development of' Underground Water

Call Turner FU. 2400 GR. 8108 COMPLETE tractor work. Loosenmg ground nnd leveling. AYerage la\vn, ('12.00. Dem Abbot, GR. 3M5. 3ctf AUTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto U pholstcry, convertible tops. MA 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50 ~M'%

TT715V17V"T'm

"'I

Low Cost Auto Insurance

s~~ve

20 t@ 30°/o

l'crnpcrancc Policy Rates

MeKiiraley Hm Realty l:' lN lj

and Tax Returns prePhone MArket 597& or GA 3ctf BETTER VENETIAN BLINDS FOR LESS STEEL slats with plnstic tapes at only 49c per sq. ft. ALDERMAN'S 5425 Pacific Ave. HI. 2200 3ctf

LOST-Gray female Scottie tcrncr, 9 years old; ans\vcrs to na1ue Jan. Call GR 3172. Gc:J7

8-Wanted to Buy CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5026 So. Tacoma Way. HI. 924-1. 8ctf RADIATORS, scrap iron,. junk ears and batteries. Puy. 5-2141. Hecker, the Wrecker. 8ct£ USED FURNITURE. Also generous trade-in allowances and bank terms. Parkway Furniture, 141st & Par.ific. GR. 3941. 8ctf POULTRY WANTED, any amoupt. Weighed and paid for on farm. Free culling to your advantage. Highest prices paid. No obligation. Just call us first, HA. 5761 or write P. 0. Box 866, Tacoma. 8r.tf - - SPOT-CASH For Your Used Furniture l Piece or H ousc Full Block's Furniture Mart 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882

Tires

Tires

REMODELIKG Let Us Shake or Roof Your Horne

GR 6907 15c37 ~--------~

Tires

Buy, Sell and Exchange Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing

Ault Tire Service 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1388 WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cape's l'oultry Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, WATER WELLS-Service Hardware Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4·406. 15ctf and Implement Co. FU. 2400. 15c37

16-Livestock & Equip.

9-Real Estate--

MOTOR REBUILDING AND REPAIRING All Types of Machine Work Shop: GR. 7450 •• Res: HI. 6190 Pacific Avenue at Brookdale

1:i!'JRSE SHOEING now available every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, Ilox 'l75, Graham. J. R. Young. 16ctf WHITE FACE registered bnlls and heifers, polled and horned; also commercial cattle, steers and heif~ em. Take other cattle in trade. Ri. ·;,Box 610, Tacoma, Summit View. 16ctf

PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing Call

E. M. HA.MilTON PLUMBING GRanite 8905

5

WARD SMITH, EiC Member Tac.oma Real Estate Board 109 South 10th Street WANTED Homes in Parkland Community; Acreage close in, either with or without buildings.

McKINLEY HILL

REALTY

6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board

UNITED

BERT BROWN REALTY

DECORATORS

11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 E'·enings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 Agent for American Express Money Orders

Terms - Nothing Down 10-Yr .. Guarantee on Exterior con1a

9c37.

GR 6982


\t_;;..

h1 Observance of MEMOIUAL.DAY

Corned Beef, Fray Bentos ~1 . Open Until 10 P. M.

43c Pineapple, ·Elmdale Sliced, ~~·1 ~ s 11c M~r9a1rili'ie,

T & D Tackle Shop 1018 So. 108th (Sales Road)

Permanent Wavillg

SPANAWAY

BEAUTY SHOP GR 7068

lb. 22c. 12 oz. 19e

Tastewell Corn Flakes, Kelloggs Cll'©Jdier J©icks

Full Line ·of Rods, Lines, Reels, Lures, Flies, Camping Stoves and Lanterns

Vlesson Oil

6/25c

• ·Oi'Sa 53c

Apple Juice, Tree Top . Ots. 19c Peaches. Shurfine Coil'rn, Tastewell Tomal!'@es, Tastewell Gaines Meal frozen Peas, Pictsweet

21/2s 29c 2 for 29c 21/2s 19s 5 lbs. 69c

2/35c

<PICNIC SUPPUESJ Fresh Breei.!d Every- Day Lettuce. Large Heads, Local •

Tomatces, Ruby Gems

Each 1Oc Carten 23c

Radishes and Onions • • • 3 bun. 1Oc (Yes. We Have Potatoes

and First in Garages GR. 8669

I 62nd & Park Ave. Spanaway GR. 8213 Prices Effective Thursday and Saturday, May 29 and 31 Choice or Good

POT ROAST

lb. 69c

•.

Assorted

UJNCH MEATS PURE LARD

lb. 59c 21bs.25c

SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR TO HERMAN'S

FOR HARDWARE

PURDUE Plumbing & Heating

SEE

Special Features: Nothing to Paint-··It's All Metal No Rusting -. No Corroding • Just Roll Them Up When Season'~ Over 8 They're Good Looking, Too! · O Cost No More Than .Ordinary Screens Cll 9

Call For Free Estimate on Screens For Your Whole House For a 28"x42" Window Opening

Only $3.96

GR 8215

South End Plumbing Home of Schorn Paints Near Roy Y Spanaway GR. 8357 Graham 194

Installation & Repair Service

GR.anite 7038

BUILDING SUPPLIES

SPANAWAY

H

LUMBER CO.

CORE BLOCKS" BURN THEM NOW Old Growth Fir Timber Wood at Its Best!

Mt. Highway at Spanaway GR. 3323 WE DELIVER

2 cords $16.00 HEAVY PLANER ENDS Mixed Load Core Blocks and Planer Ends $12.50 Cord The. Better Stoker Coals: Dines, Wyoming, Aberdeen Utah Double-screened Lump and Nut Coals STOVE & DIESEL OIL PRES-TO-LOGS

Large Asortment

Appliances .. TV Radio Sales and Service FREE TUBE TESTING

.Furni~ure &: fRYE 'S Apphances Parkland Centre Bldg.

PACIFIC MUTUAL FUELS. INC.

GR. 3691

Fuelpl1one MA. 1137-401 E. 11th

Sheet Metal Work Poultry Equipment Rabbit Feeders Water Founts

in 2alb.. Bags!

''~ ~\\1

RAU MfG. COS GRanite 7372

Prescriptions I

ROLLED OATS

... Prepared

A blessed event-a new 2'-lb. "baby" joins the family of Triangle Rolled Oats. The same fine. quality rolled oats, quick or regular-in the most economical 2-lb. package on the market. Order this convenient package todayl

I& Carefully

Tincher•s Pharmacy 8239 Park Ave.

HI. 3344 Across street from Fern Hill P. 0.

At Your loccd Grocer's

TENSION~TITE

SCREENS

Permanent AU Aluminum Window Screens For Information and Prices Sec

CARLSON WOODWORKING CO. 3 I 2 So. I I 2th

B

a

$1 .59 ss:19

GR 5243

MUTUAL INSURANCE 200 YEARS OLD ••• founded by the pioneers of our country. Today, hundreds of thousands of careful property owners enjoy all the advantages of Mutual insuraiice through the NORTHWESTERN and have . received millions of dollars in dividends-cl saving 1f1 1 11 ' • on their insurance costs. ' "

Jennie L. Grodvig 208 Garfield. Street Parkland, Washington Days: GR 7232; eves., GR 8210 lle:preu:nllag, ·

NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL -FtRl ASSOCIATION

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Times journal v 7 no 37 may 29, 1952  
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