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il8th and Pacific Avenue Phone GRanite 7100 DEADLINE: News, Monday Noon; Advertising, Tuesday Noon


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Rooked Again Pictured above is Bruce Rowell of the Rowell Appliance Center in PuyOnce again a ''fly by night" oper- allup presenting Mrs . .John Sauriol of Canyon Road with the certificate ennto1· Rtruck the com111unity, garnered titling her to a new Bendix 'Washer together with a year's supply of White " few ads from local merchants on the King Soap. l\fanagcr of Summit Trading Company, Elmer Bergstrom, smiJ. hasjs of publishing a so-called Buyer's ingly takes time out from·his busy job to watch the procccclings. Guide for Parkland . . . what a joke Mrs. John Sauriol is the only winner annou: •.. I have a copy here on mv desk. entry blank was obtained at the Summit "Trading Just to give you a few ex amplcs of Carlson is owner. Other winners will be announced at a later date. the utter waste to local residents the book is, take a look at the emerge.ncy 1 ca1ls listed, supposedly to be of help Girls' Day Camp At to Parkland residents . . . the fire Spanaway July 8-18 department number listed to call is LA 3883 ... I'll bet we would get a Day Camp at Spanaway Metropolilot of help from that ... fifteen local tan park for girls from 7 to rn, inbusiness finm are listed in the direcclusive, will be held July 8 to 11 and tory with a total ·of seventy listed, 15 to 18. The camp is sponsored by leaving the majority of listings outside the Tacoma Girl Scout Council, a Red the area. Feather agency, but a girl does not It would seem that the solicitors have to be a Girl Scout to attend. clearing bureau of the Parkland BusiThe registration fee is $1.25 for the nr<l!'l club \vou]cl turn thU:mbs down on eight days, which pays for milk each such requests fox solicitor's cards.· Our day, also insurance· and other ex~ busmess club would then be serving pcnses. the people it represents. A waterfront direCtor, thrcC senior life guards and a junior life guard will Moved be in charge of swimming. Any girl :f1ope you have noted that we have wishing to swim must have a signed moved our offices to ll 8th and Pacific slip from a registered physician showavenue in spacious new quarters espe~ ing she has ha.d a physical examinac cially designed for our needs . , , after tio.n ,within the last few months. a few days when we can one('_ a~ain Lunches are to be· furnished by .the ' find everything we will be able to parents. A bus will pick up the chilserV'c the~ needs of our custorncrs to dren at the Parkland school at 9 :30 better advantage ... see you. and take them to the camp and return them in the evening. The charge for this is 5 cents each way. The children will have an opportunity to learn lashing, knot tying, outdoor cooking, fire building, swimming, woodcarving, hiking, nature study, singing and other crafts according to ages. Put on a big smile fun.



NEW LOCATION. The 26K Republican club will meet this Thursday evening at the ~p:m~· .away fire ha.II at 8 o'clock. The delegates to the state convention at Spo- !.· kane will give. their. reports a n<l candi..._1ates for' state represe:ntative in . the .26th district' have Deen lllVltcd to

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Rrgina Woodard, drrtip;htrr of Dr. and Mrs. James Woodard of Micllai,d, became the bride of Sgt. Richard T. Hesler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey

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Monte Vista Garden club will meet for 12:30 luncheon June 19 at the home of Mrs. Robert Berntsen. The program will feature flower arrangements by Mrs. Iver Johnson.

A meetino; will be held in the basement of the Parkland school at 7 p. m. June 23 for the purpose of planning 1 01ganizcd play for Parkland children during the summer months. It is hoped


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Is This Friday

Parkland legion Post and Un it l

By Clarence Lacrosse Sec Bill Johnson cnlnrging his drug ,':ton· a bit to allow for the increased busjncss he has bee11 e11joying . . . ifs nice tu sec Parkland bllsiness grow. Rol(Cr McDonald and Ed Stevens kccpiug busy as usu~i l . . . this ti1ne trying to find out how n1uch n1oncy we made or lost because of the Parklnnd ~oundup . . . and inaking plans for a bigger show next year.

Strawberry Fete

In the account of the.June 6 Kiddies parade, published in.last week's paper, names of several people important in the affair were accidentally omitted. Miss Naomi Roe served as one of the judges; Roger McDonald, president of the. Parkland Bu.siness dub, did so many different jobs t.hat it would be The.Marie Hazen Orthopedic Gu'ld hard to.mention them all; Jack Brown, stravvberry festival, an annual even_t ·who first suggested that the Business of great interest in the eorn.n1unity, w_ill dub sponsor the parade, also did a lot be hdd Friday, June 20. in the Waller of work. Road hall, 61th and Waller road. from The annual election of officers has Probably there are others who 2 to 4 p. m. and from 6 to 9 p. m. provided the highlight for recent meet- should receive recognition but their The aftnnoon style show, ahvays ing.s of Parkl.and post and Unit No. names were not reported to the Timesone of thehighlights of the festival, is 228, American Legion. .Journal. scheduled for :; o'clock, when smart James N .. Linder .has been chosen clothes of all kinds will be seen on commander ?f th: post, with Leonard 1· H@Sll'lli~al attractive models. Other enjoyable Blakely, sernor v1cc commander; Jos- , ~ pro,<;ram features will be offered at eph Lanz, junior , vice comm::inder; Ja1!1es St. .John, ad1utant and fmance The latest project of the Parkland this tin1e. officer; Will Morford, chaplam; Wall- unit No. 228; American Legion auxThe evening hours for serving- are cr Fritz., se_r.gean.t-at-arms_: Ben Bro!11-- 'iliary is providing a con1plete hospital from 6 to 9 µ, m., the style show and gard, h1stonan; J. E. Joh,nso.n, ~en;or bed.for 'use in any home in the Park- progra111 getting under \Vay at 8' color bearer; .Ernest Mc.C1:r:-n1s, 1un1or land-Spanaway area where it may be o'clock. color bearer; Waite~ Fntz, 3-year needed. There is no charge, of course. All people of the area arc urged to member of th~. executive _boarc!. . . Anyone needing the bed is asked to attend this i1nportant event, to bring For. the umt, _Mrs. Willard Black- call Mrs. James Linder, retiring presi- their friends with them and enjoy a stonc 1s the pres1d.ent-elcc~; Mrs. Ben ·dent of the unit, at her home, GR 1Jleasant afternoon or evenin·g, or both._ Bromgard, fnst vice president; Mrs. 6007 ..:If ·persons needing the hed can- Tickets are 50 cents. A very worthFrank Berry, secretary;treasurer; Mrs. not move it to their home, delivery will while door prize is promised . .James Jensen, chaplam; Mr~. Ethel be made. Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; Miss Bar-. ~-----"-·----------------.,.--.,.--------~­ ba.ra .Bromgard, historian; Mrs. Theodore. Amon, Mrs. Joseph Lanz and Mrs. Andrew Holmes, board members. · The formal installation of officers .v;ill be held as.ajoint ceremony by the i two organizations June 27.

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IDUY Convention

Bernice Libak's orchestra, formerly at.Fruitland Grange, is now playing at the V. F. W. hall in Sumner every The 40th state convention of DaughSaturday nig-ht.-Adv: ter.; of Union V cterans will be held in It is much easier to be critical than Tacoma .June 22 through 25, with headquarters at Hotel Winthrop. Bu.ii to be correct. ncss sessions will be held in •ho Pv•hian temple, 926Y, Broadway, 11rs, Ha?el Mitchell of Seattle presiding.

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Woodland graduated 36 members from its eighth grade last Monday ni,ght at the Fruitland Grange halL Community members, friends and parent; filled the hall to capacity. Following- the processional, the invocation was given by Reverend Wilkie. The welcome address was given by Sally Swalley followed by the Girls. chorus which sang "Bird Songs at Eventide" and "Nenpolitan NiRhts." 'rhe chOrus was under the direction of Mrs. Anckrson, 5th grade teacher. Introduction of E. C. Allen, secretary of the board, followed the address of the class valedictorian, Catherine Hanstad. Guest speaker for the evening was the fluent Dr. Ross Hamilton of Olym• pia. Prior to the presentation of the class by their teacher, Mr. Hogg-att, the Chrls) chorus sang 41 1~his Is My Country." Diplon1as were a\varded by Art Lindbeck and the athletic awards were presented by Mr. Dinsmore. Preceding the recessional. Officer Gardner presC,ntcd patrol certificates. The class of "52" included Jack Barnett, Larry Bartolatz, Pansy Brov1n, Eddie Burrell, Ronald Cox, Ralph Davey, Arlene Dickey, Byron Fox, Alvin Hagen, Fred Hamilton. Catherine Hanstad, Deanna Hiller, Margaret Inman, Gary Jones, Stephen Kenworthy. Jerry Marie Lampshire, Arthur Lindbeck, Alma Martimon, Bryce Moore, Buz Norwil, Gerald Olson, Betty Overturf, Lorne Padelford, Gary Ray, Doris Redding, Don Spencer, Charles Stager, Shirley Stager, Leonard Strandley, Sally Swalley, Mary Anne Templin, Miriam Ward, Robert Williams, Sharen Wood and Sharren Zepp. . Vacation Bible School Many neighborhood youngsters are enjoying the advantages and fun of the annual vacation Bible school held at the Pioneer Avenue Baptist church in Puyallup. The church sends a bus regularly' each morning to pick up the children and returns them at noon. Mrs. Dave Quierrie and Mrs. Humiston arc both teachers at the school. The following boys and girls from Woodland are att~nding: Thad. ai:cl Nancy Humiston, J1m and Eel Qmrne, Paul and Marylin Pelesky, Cindy Woods, Cathy Mullins, Janet Swalan?er, Richard and Charles Brown, Chns\ ty Dan and Carol Cordes. ' Visit In Idaho The F. W. Gates of Puyallup and their daughter, Mrs. Delbert Grant, and her two children, Burclella and Joybclle, of Auburn, Wash., visited in i-Ianson, Idaho. They were visiting the F. W. Gates' daughter and her husband, the Rev. and Mrs. K. R. Oldham. They drove over and back, spending two weeks in Idaho. Silver Wedding The James Calverts were surprised by a group of their frien~s last Satu;dav evcninrr in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Each brought a card in which was enclosed a silver dollar in honor of the silver anniversary. With these the c:alverts intend to purchase a keepsake g-ift. A huge beautifully ckcorat~d cake, trimrncd with silver dccorat1ons, \Vas pre~ scstccl to them in accordance with the occasion. All Woodland wishes to offer congratulations to . these ;;talented, friendly and good nc1ghbors. Neighborhood Club Neighborhood club met last W cclnesday at the hon1c of Mrs. Oscar S\valanclcr. Following the bingo games, a dessert luncheon was served. Attending - v.'cre lv!csda1ncs Frank Wigg_f':nS, w'aller Wal\er, J. E. Rockwood, Paul Coocling, Richard Nicolet, J. C. Mullins, Harry Heil, Bill Henn, Karl Cordes and Miss Uolclic Mac Henn. The next meeting- will be at the home ol Mrs. J. E, Rockwood in Sep-



4-H Girls Club :Members of the Fruitland 4-H Girls dub hdd a meeting- last Saturday aftcn~oon at the hon1e of Sharun and Wallcnc Lee. President Dorothy Keil presided. A picnic was planned and will be held August 9 at Little Spanaway. Following- the meeting the hostess scrvr:d refreshments. The following girls attcnclccl: Mary and Rosie Harbor, Karen and Dorothy Keil, .Jarlclh Hoffman and Karen Hanson,~- the hostesses and. the group adM viscr. Mrs. Joseph Heil. NO PLACE FOR BIGOTRY There is no place for bigotry in A_n1erica - you 1nu&t respect your ncig-hbor's political and religious convictions if you expect him to xcspcct yours. Home and Auto Insurance


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The regular monthly meeting of the ladies auxiliary will be held Thursday, June 26. Mrs. Harvev Dodd and Mrs. Emil Ripoli will he hostesses for the 12 o'clock potluck luncheon. There arc scvcrai i111portant n1aitcrs to discuss, , so all members arc urged to attrnd. Community Club Dance I1 Saturday ni,ght, June 21, is the night· for the Canyon Rood Community club j dance. Bring your friends and have , fun. Dancing begins at 9 o'clock. New Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clifford D.iarf, of! Vickery road. announce the birth of a daug-hter, Meredith Ann, on May Meredith bas two big sisters, Raclynn and Elaynn. The proud grandnarents arc Mr. and Mrs. Harvey. Dodd of East 7~ncl street. J Happy Birthday! ·. Mrs. Don Hansen of Canyon mad was, hostess at a party on Monday; June 9, in honor of her son, Mike's cig-hth birthday. After an afternoon of games, the birthday cake and ice crean1 were served to 14 guests. Ou ting at Beach Mrs. Frederick Patrick and Jeanne and Jerylyn, of East 72ncl street, and Mrs. Doris Bennett, and Jean .. Darlene and Sharon, of Puyallup, have returned to their homes after spending Parkland and Tacoma people will a week at Long Beach. They all report the opportunity to hear a famous a wonderfuJ.t tin1e swin11ning and radio rnusical group on Tuesday evefishing. ning, June 24, when the world-reHome Again nowned "\Vings Over Jordan" negro Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Niquette have choir will sing a concert in the Chapelreturned to their home on 84th street Music-Speech building at Pacific Luthafter a trip to Oakville to visit Mrs. eran colleg-c. This is the orig-inal choir Niquette's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hor- which has thrilled millions of people ace Porter. over CBS and Mutual broadcasting Visits Aunt chains for 12 consecutive years. Miss Charlene Latterell, daughter The choir is on a good will tour of of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Latterell, re- the nation seeking to strcnghthcn inturned to her home last week after ter-racial sentiment. It is frankly statspending a week with her aunt, Mrs. ed that the tour has been planned as Peter Davis, in Tacoma. , an antidote for the unfavorable pubNew Arrival licity which has come to the negro race Master Michael Hodg-e, of Tacoma, as a result of activities of .men like is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. singer Paul Robeson. There will be no .I ohn R. Andrews, on Canyon road. ticket sale for the concert but a free When Michael goes home he will become acquainted with his new brother, Terry. Terry was born June 15, and the proud parents arc Mr. and Mn . L. L. Hodge- of Tacoma. Father's Day Party A Father's Day family dinner was f(ivcn at the l10ine of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Patrick on East 72nd street. Jeanne Patrick, the 10-year-old daughter of the Patricks, baked a special Father's Day cake for her father and her two grandfathers. Freel Patrick of East 72ncl street, and John Savlick, who with Mrs. Savlick. came from Eatonville to attend the party. In Kotea Word has been received from .James Niqdctte, son of Mr. and Mrs. W eslcy Niqncttc, that he is stationed in Korea. .J amcs has been doing lots of traveling smcc he left home and joined the armed forces. Attending YMCA Camp Rusty Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. 'Andrews. and Larry Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eel Hoffman, are attcnclin,o; the YMCA Summer Camp this week. Many trips are planned for the boys, and while they may come home all tired out, they will be enthusiastic about their sight-seeing- trips. Ill At lfome We are sorry to hear that Mrs . .'· Dungrey is ill with a cold at licT l1omc on Canyon. road. Her daughter and so~1-in-la"1, Mr .•and ,Mrs. Frank Flynn,, bf' Seattle, spending this week with'' her. Mr. and Mrs. flyrm are attending the University of Washington, and will return there next week when the surnn1er session opens. At Urownies Camp Linda Andrews. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Andrews, and Charlene Latterell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Latterell, arc attending the Brownies Day Camp at Wildwood park, Puyallup.

Man Builds House

G. I. Bill Passes House Senate Must Approve

Mrs. K. W. Struensee - GR 5742

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. . The new bilhon"dollar-a-ycar G. I. Rill of Rights for Korean veterans was passed overwhelmingly by the House this week. It now goes to the Senate, where its sponsors hope to have it cleared by .this fall.

Eskimos live in snow houses which a clever native can build between the end of a day's 'journey and supper ·time. They builc!. these dome shaped houses out of blocks of snow and use ice for a window. By suspending skins from the roof with a wide layer of air between the warm skms and the cold snow blocks, the Eskimo manages to keep his "inside out" refrigerator from melting while at the same time only the heat from a lamp is needed to keep it comfortable. . Our culture and climate doesn't permit us to live in snow houses but you can be assured of even more warmth and comfort in a home built by Brookdale.Lumber Company,. your friendly build,ing materials dealer located at 136th and Pacific. Brookdale built ho1lies sell .as low as $4,750 on _small monthly payments, .and there ls. no down payment reqmrecl. Stop by toclay, and check the Brookdale way.Pd. Adv,·

The measure was app.roved by a vote of 361 to 1. It prov1des for free schooling, loan guarantees and other benefits for veterans with at least 90 days of service after the Korean fighting began. It carries no cut-off date. The measure would provide up to



· · 3 5 months f;ee school111g and up to, $:300 muster111g-out pay. It also pro.-


for loans .on homes, farms and , Servicemen and women need not 1 have served in Korea to be eligible for benefits of the bill . I busmesses.

I will offering will be asked. The group of 1 7, including the Rev. Glen. Settle, originator of the choir, will be entertained on the PLC campus. The concert will begin at 8:15 p. m.

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First five places in the senior yearlings were respectively, Schorno, Ivan Engh, Kirsten Farms, Schorno and Inman. In the junior yearling placings first went to Kirsten Farms, followed by Teddy Ford, Jimmy Van Sickle, Sid Livermore and Jim Wesley. Senior heifer calves were jn order! first, second and third by Inman; fourth, Mary Ann Snypp and fifth, Craigg Buchanan. Junior heifer rnlves were headed by Inmans and then by Ivan Engh, Lari Lutts, Jon Halt and Mary Ann Mantik. For his junior champion, Dr. Murdock selected the senior yearling entry by Walter Schorno, Rush Count Lady. In the junior show, best entry and grand champion for the junior cxhtbit wcnl to David Andrcscmon his .thrccycar-old, Le Roi1din's Royal Queen. Other placings in the junior show were as follows: senior yearlings-first to Craig Buchanan, sec:onll to -David /\ndrcscn, third to Jack Sand. In the junior yearlings: first to Teddy Ford, second to Jimmy Van Sickle, third to Lari Lutts and .fourth to Diana Lutts. Senior heifer calves: first to Mary Ann Snypp; second, Craig Buchanan; third, Jon Hatt; fourth, Darrel Klanke; fifth, Diana Lutts; sixth, Larry Pugh; sevc)lth, Kathleen Brown; eighth, Sheila Sales, and路 ninth, Ronnie Callahan'; In the junior heifer calves, first went to Lari Lutts; se~ond to J op Hatt and third to Mhry Ann Mantik. A new innovation was tried with the junior show .this year which proved

very successful and helped tq move the show faster. The 路junior entries were- shown -in the- san1e cla-ss路-:as_ the open entries and were entitled to placings in the open class. However, after the placings had .been made in the open class, the young folks were <iskcd tu step forward with their entries and were automatically lined up in order to receive their ribbons in the junior 1.:hCnv. Beautiful trophies were presented to the followingg: Grand champion bull, a trophy presented by Lawbrook Farms, to J. E. and E. L. Inman; grand champion cow, donated by La Crosse PrintersTimes Journal, to J. E. and E. L. Inn1an; junior cha1npion female, do~ nated by General Mills, to. Walter Schorno; best entry in show, 4-H and FFA classes, to David Andresen, presented by the Parkland Jewelers; brushes and curry combs to alljunior class winners, by Pierce County Jersey Cattle club. Twin Rivers Riding Club's

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Near Collins. 3 big bcdrms., !iv. rm. 17x25, large cab. kitchen, tile bath, all 'on one floor. Semi-finished attic· has additional possibilities. Good soil, .cleared, no rocks, fenced. Chicken hsc. This is security plus. Fnll price S 10,500. Buy equity, pay babnce at $54 mo.

BARGAINS ALL -SMALL ON. PAYMENT 80 ACRES. 2 miles from Clover Creek school. Good soil, no rocks. Best value ever for $3,300. E.Z. terms. 3-BEDRM. home on 1 i(ood acre, just off Lidford road. $5,250. Terms. LIDFORD ROAD. 2y, acres. Spanish type stucco home, chicken hse., gar. $5,800. Small dn. payineni. . KAPOWSIN. 9 acres. 2-bedrm. home, i(ar., chicken hse., barn. Gravity spring water. $3,500. Only $400 dn. 2-BEDRM. home, double gar., 3 lots, 2 blks frpm college. $500 dn.




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STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in.. 1872. llctf CHAIR CANING with Natural cane. Call BR. 7804 or bring in. Alan Vandegrift, 720 S<>. Sheridan. .CUSTOM GUNSMITH - Rebarreling, head-spacing, stock work, re· bluing. Guns and ammnnition. Jerry Shannon, Mt. Road, near Loveland. Phone Graham 537; lletf PORT ABLE machine shop service at your place. Reboring, valve reseating, refacing $1 per cylinder. Crankshafts reground in the car. Motors rebuilt at great savings. Call HI 7291.-lctf.

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OWNER wish~s to sell .4~bedroom Carrofi's • CALL BR hpme on bus !me. Large hvrng room, 1951 FORD V-8 Tudor. R. & I-I., fen5166 The Manufacturer's Hot House WOULD YOU LIKE TO fareplace, full baseme_nt, furnace, 2der skirts. W.S.W. tires ..... _ $1,695 T R A D E car garage, large chtcken house, 2 eucumbers ••• lb. 25c 1951 FORD "Victoria" hard top style. List Price YOUR EQUITY aci:es wonderful soil, fruit trees. R. _& H., overdrive, Continental Vnce $12,500. Phone GR 8541. No spare, in a beautiful two-tone $2,195 IN YOUR present home toward the dealers please. 9c40 Dry Onions ••• lb. 9c down payment on a new 3 bedrm. ==-:::c-;-;•,.:::_:.;~--,,---------.::.=: 1950 CHEV. Stylinc de luxe 2-door rambler with··.full bsmt., hdw. ~loors, FOR S~LE-;--~-bedroom ranch style $1,595 home rn T1lhcum. Owner, LA 3249. fireplace and att. garage in Lakewood? 0-18. · 9c40 1950 CHEV. Flcctlinc de luxe +-door $1,595 CAI"L BR 5166 TODAY . NICE 2 BEDROOMS l;:;;:;,-2~d(;ri~ FOR appointment to sec these NEW LARGE cabinet kitchen, lots of clos- 1950 CHEV.- Fleetline Prices Consistently LOW . DEAUTIES. cts, attached garage, 3 lot.s. Only Choice of~ .......... ., ............. , .. $1,595 Quality Consistently HIGH . 96TH AND WALLER ROAD $8;}50. . 1950 CHEV. Styline cle luxr duh ...._....... .. ™ NEW DUPLEX $9,95,0 - LOVELY 2-bedrm. home cpc .....................................-... $1,595 only 6 yrs. old. Nice living and din- SOON to be completed. !-bedroom Effective Jnnc 20 and 2i ing rm.; Illodern caJ?. -kitchen, radial?artmcnts, clec.tric ranges and rr_- 1949 PLYM. de luxe 4·-door -· $1,195 1 ant heat. Shake exterior, large gafngerat~rs, central laundry 'Yith ·19'19 FORD V-8 pickup, low mileage and very dean ........................ $995 MILK GOATS-French Alpine and rage with laundry rm.· ov.erhead automatic washer and dryer. Priced Saanen. Rt. I, Box 309, Spanaway insulation. Half acre go~d soil, lots at. only $9, 750. Be the first to grab '49 OLDSMOBILE 98. Rocket +-door INCOME .PROPERTY on_. 1vfuck-Kc_po\vsin road, betv.·ccn sedan. Radio, heater, visor, sport of shrubs. FHA terms or $3,000 --=th,,,i=s~o~n~e=·----------Duplex-North Side Mcddian highway and Mountain li,[(ht nnd fog lights. A clean car. down and assume GI loan. L-126. C¥ECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· Duplex~So4th ·Side highway. I 3ctf Only $1,895. Mr. Moore, MA 4755 or BR 5166. MENT INSURANCE PLAN. Three Plex-North Side , 1527 SOUTH PR.OSPECT. • WE NEED listings ofall kinds. Farms, !948 CHEV. +-door,. .............. $1,085 FOR s-:<\LE_:_Wcancr-pigs. Rt. 7, B~; Four Plex-Nortk Side 6'1·2, Brookdale. l :Jc+O acreage, lots, building sites, homes 1948 DODGE 2-door. R. & H., W.S. All partially rented and with fine $1,250 DOWN: Attractive h;in;e m exc~llent locat10n. Lovely hvrng rm.; (.new or old, I, 2, 3 and 4 bedspace for the owners. Exceptional· W. tires, motor completely over- FOR SALE-Standing· hay. P. Hen£i;eph1ce, hdw ...floors~ 2 bedrms.; rooms). We have cash buyers waitsen, Cedar street, Midland. 13c'Hl prices and terms! Call Mr. Cleary, hauled····-····-········ .. ······ ..-······· $1,M5 Lb. mce kitche_n, utility .. Oil, p~last- in~. PR. 4668 or Mr. Imeson, PR. 008,!. NEW HAMf'_~J-llRE laying ];z.;s, puler walls, msulated. Garage. 'l -25. Local Bank Terms - Trade lets, ducklings and vveanr·r pigs. GR. George Tibbits, SK 2786 or BR . i;; nc. 1 45TH AND YAKIMA 8597. l'.lctf Up to 24 months to pay FINE Colonial style 4-bedroom home 5166. Property Management Insuranc. FOR SALE with double plumbing, hot water PUYALLUP Notary Open till 8 P. M. FORD Ferguson tractor, all newly heat. Large living and dining rooms $1,000 DOWN on this attractive 3-yr.- Member of Tacoma Real E~tate Board reconditioned, new rubber. 90-day old, 2-bcdrm. modern home with un- 'Office: 328. Garfield St. GR. 3369 and nice kitchen. Full basement and guarantre. garage. Priced fo1: quick sale at finished ujJstairs, ~est oak floors, d!- FOR SALE-Small house, 2 y2 lots. JOHN DEERE model M with power $9,750. Excellent tcni1s! Could be n.ettc, b~aut1ful kitchen, air con.diSec at 62 So. I !4th; inquire at 1nower an<l plow-. Louks and ':runs MOTORS used as duplex! Mr. Cleai:y, PR. t10i;ed heat. Att. garage, outs1~c Rt. 7 Box 1·15 Military Road cve1 like new. 4668. patio, mce fenced yard, Don't mISs nings' ' '9 42 Where Your DolJa.r ALL KINDS of used power mowers this one, Only $9,500. B-102. Char· ·· ·p ·Goes Farther Ford and Ferguson tractor_s lie Landis, HA 4·2H or BR 5166. ACRE OF OAKS WILL TR/'J?E 70.xl50 ft lot,, cxccl- - - - - for PACIFIC .\VE. VALUE knt bmklmg site, l~vcl, cleared, FUR SALE-Weaner pigs, 9 weeks cheap. LOVELY rustic 4·-bcdroom colonial BARCLAY TRACTOR & old, $12. GR 5801. honH~ on a close-in, secluded acte OJ:ljLY $8,750 for this 4-yr.-old 2lights and water available, N. E. 12c4·0 IMPLEMK'IT CO., INC. an1ong huge nati\•e naks. AmjJle bedrm. shake with spacious ~ms. ;oJncr ~f 104th and East B St., for FOR SALE-1949 DeSoto custom space for i(arden and an ideal parkYour Ford Trnctor Dealer throughout, V cnetian shades, 4-pc. 4? to 48 Ino.dcl car. Prefc.r car convertible; excellent condition; one l 407 Puyallup Ave. like setting. Exceptional terms. Mr. bath, etc. W-282. Mr. Wheaton, PR w1lh G.O.Dxl6 tire:. Must be rn ex12p40 owner; $1,850. GR 5471. 4821 or BR 5166. cellcnt shape. Wnte 0. W. Drown, Pl10nc FUiton 225+ Imeson, PR. 0081, or Mr. Peterson, ·' SK. H 13. $7,950. 7-YR.-OLD, 2-bedrm. bungaRt. 2, Port Townsend, Wash. 9p39 'l 'acori1a~ -was hi n,co.R.::to:.:n.:__:.;.....;:..;:..:. FOR SALE -- Nn~ David Bradley 40 ACRES ;low in A-1 condition. Hdw . .floors, WILL TRADE wat~rfront \at, 5qx225 tractor; all i;quipmcnt; $180. GR EXCEPTION ALL y fine 2-bcdroom modern. !>ath, . large cab. kitch?n, on salt water, with ,sprmg rights, 8678. 13c40 Wisbinf( to sell, arc invited to call home with full basement and uu18xl 2 !ivmp; rm., auto. 01! heat, mce road, etc., fo:· 45 to 48 n_iodcl car. or come in for appraisal and. inforfinished attic. Chicken houses for lawn, garage and playhouse. 1 Pre~cr car with 6.00,x~5 tires,. must 1nation., conccrning consignment of 1800 layers., lots or range and ,block to bus. A~l 15. Mr. Harned, BR be 111 excellent condit10n. Wntc 0. your car. brooder houses, 4 stanchion barn. · 754·~9 o~ DR _3166~ W. Brown, Rt. 2, Port Townsend, Mr. Peterson, SK. 1413, 9 r Mr- .. 0 5.(1~ 0 NOR'l H 45~~ , cWash. 9p39 Imeson, PR. 0081. $6 17,i0-,-$1,2:.iO DOW.N, $:.i0.75 11.10. H)R SALE BY OWNER-New 3ASH MOTORS "''-: l~!:ludes taxe~ and. 1nsurance .. ~ice bc-droon1 rainblcr, South End locaHI 5100 1. . .. ONE ACRE . . \'.' hvrnp; rm. with fireplace,. dme.tte, tion, cast of Pacific. Fjncst plaster VER¥~·".'GC'.)@Dc: V<illcy,c<'3"bedrpom; ~~dw; floors, fenced backya~clfr1,pnly: • throughout house and garage, Tiled IP "' ! h:ime wi~ll;'foll basement, auton\atic ''.fl. yrs.. old, . excellent con'!o1~ion. bath, wardrobe closets, large bcdFOR SALE-19•16 '.71' I~dian Chief all' cond!t10ned furnace, aut\)mattc M-271. Mr. Moore, MA 47:.i:.i or rooms.• lovdy modern kitchen, automotorcycle; .good concli tion; l 0007 hot water, wired for 220, new gaBR 5166. rnatic wa,her; call BR 9M5. 9c•J.O So'. Yakima, GR 3013, evenings. rage. A, real buy at $7,950. Mr. Pet- , SOUTH PROCTOR STREET FOR SALE-Lot 66 by 150 at 102nd 12c40 FOR SALE-Panncntcr pullets, ready erson, SK. 1413. $;1,*00 Dt;'WN, assui:1 ~ GI loan at and B Sts.; call BR 9045. 9c40 ~.l~'R-.-'\-D-1-~ _m_y_e-.q-u~i-t}-'~i-n~'~.J-6-(~)~l-d-si-11obilc HALF ACRE $33 rr;o. 2 bcdnns.;. l,ivmg rm.; k1tch- , .. , . 'n ; lay soon; GR 651 fi. l~c40 · ·11 . I b en with nook, utility. Near st.ores I OR SALE BY OWN.ER-~Y2 .icrcs, ' 3-b· · for a '40 to '·4'2 station v.ragon or FOR SALE -- 290 rnunth-old parLA R G E edroom ram 1 e.1 sty c ur>- ·,and bus Full price only $ 6 450 all cleared; bcant1ful 3-hedroorn 82ND AND PACIFIC AVE. sedan. Call GR 3091. 12c40 mcntcr chicks; 't9 New Hampshire T'bb. SK 27 •6 · home; full basement auto. heat; GR galow .new and bcaut1fu\ly bmlt · T- 67 G · 70-FT, of business frontage, running from kitchen to 2-car garage. Ex. , · corge 1 its, 8 or f''4'3 ' 9 40 FOR SALE-1939 Chevrolet coupe, pullets, 18 months old; GR 7005. about 300. ft. deep. The home sits ccllcnt disti•ict and. priced low for BR 5165. , '" · · , · c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __:_::.13p40 good condition; call GR 8283. well back and has building site back quick sale. Terms! Mr.)meson, PR. LOW DOWN PAYMENT H)R SALE---$300 ~own; 2-bedro~m 12c40 FOR SALE-Weaner pigs; call C:rnOf present home.· Full price only 0081, or Mr. Clcarv, PR. 4668. 4 D~DROOMS pOUBLE 1'.LUl\;[Bhouse, partly furrnshed; GA 58::>1. ham 7-780+. l 3p40 $5,250. Bank terms. Call Mr. In• . ING. Large hvrng rm. with fire9p10 loes, GR 3624 or GR. 3684. , S~ND.Y BEACI-! , .. place, dining rm.; garage and workFOR SALE-Weaner pig.s, 10 we~lZs CLOSE T() COLLINS RD. CLAMS, sw1mmmg, bay fohrng; and shop large lot paved street Real old, $15 each. Hobtein cow, first 2Yz ACRES-An almostncw 3-bcdnn. o.ld 3-bcdroom beach hoi_ne with valu~ at $7,9SO. B-93. Dri~e hy · , , · 9 calf, $275. 1i20 So. 9Gth, HA 3$4.5, 1 fireplace that could be fixed up. 4019 South D Street then call FOR RENT Fur'.'1shed ~-room home. FHA appraised at $10,500. after 5 p. m. 13c40 1liaht across the bay from the melCl . . L d. HA B. R house; adults; no dnnkers or pets. · • , 5 For quick sale, owner \>\ti11 sacrlficc 4 97 h ' . • , • .. ia1 1ie an is, ~ .,. or · BG'>'/ s 0 D 10 40 FOR SALE-Weaner pigs, 7 weeks OPEN TILL 9:00 P. M. tcr. Easy tc:rms. Total price $2;450. 5166. ~ • c· at $9,850. Mr. Inloes. 13c4Q old. GR 7i97. Mr. Peterson, SK. 1413, or Mr. FERN HILL FOR RENT - Furnished attractive 1)/2 ACRES '52 FORD. R. & H. 8,000 miles, FOR SALE-Tomato plant,, 2 feet Cleary~ PR. 4210,, 9-YR.-OLD, 2-bcdrm. home, newly remodern apa;t~nei;t; ,Private bath; NEAR Waller Road. Four-room house one -o\vner. high, potted; hot peppers; eabbnge; , 40 ACRES, 3-BbDRM. HOME decorated and selling for $7,500, in64th and Pacific district; $42.50, HI plus utility and unfinished upstairs. '51 FORD convertible. Ford-0cauliflowers; lettuce; celery. 6838 House is plastered and in excellent 2:J ACRES under ploy, bal. pa_sti:re, cludinf( range. W-267. Mr. Whea6527. 10c40 Matic. R. - H. So. J St. l3p1·0 condition. Good barn, garage and large hay. storage barn, a.Isa m1lkrng ton, PR '4821 or BR 5166. FOR RENT-3-room house, unfurn'50. CHEV. 4-dr. R. & H. dclx. b;~rn,. clucken ;house, 2-car garage, SOUTH END-$6,900 ishcd; 1-room cottage, furnished; chicken coop. Priced at $10,500. '51 FORD 2-dr. 0. D. Custom GR 3651, 210 So. 104th St. 10p40 Call ~Ir. Sn1ith, GR 3524 (jf GH. i rn1lk or crcaJ11 ro01n, humc has bet- 2-YR.-OLD, 2-bcdrm. bungalow with '48 CHEV. Aer-matic. Overhaui 4162. ~,er than 1200 sq. ft. on one floor, fireplace, 4-pc. tile bath, steel cab. FOR RENT-Unfurnished house, 4 '48' PLY. 1-dr. R. & H. Sharp car .• EXPERIENCED baby sitter wants 20-ACRE FARM ~. bedroi:rns, space for more. Extra kitchen, auto. washer included·. $850 bedrooms; 3 blocks from ~tores, '51 MERC. 4-dr. R. & H. O.D. \Vork r.venings 01' Weekends. (;l{ LUDWIG ROAD. Large older houi;c Iarqe !tvrn.~ room, mce btchen a11d down, taxes and insurance included school bus and McChord · $65 a Low miles. 5735 after 5. Hp10 and other outbuildings. About 16 cabmcts, dinette and.cute bath. Will in $50 mo. payment. Owner transmonth'; I-II .1916. ' lOdO '40 CHEV. convertible EXPERIENC:ED child care;--day or ,o;o G.I. or owner will sell on confcrred A-1? 1 Mr Harned BR --~.---'c,~~----------'a(~res r.lcnred, so1nc tin,ibrr. Buy this 51 CHEV. tuctont sport coupe, hour; lice11sed ho111c; close to bus; tract. Contact Mr. Lemm, BR. 5291. 75+9 ~r BR 1·66 ' ' ' l•OR; .RENT-;---2-bedroom duplex; all and cut tbc hay crop. Mr. Inloes. R. - H. PR 1160. 14ctf 42 ACRES, 2 DWELLINGS ' utihties paid; clean; Pal'kland; GR $8,500, TERMS 50 FORD Custom 2-dr. Privately JUNIOR high school ,o;irl wisl~es 6804. 10p40 1 y, ACR!j:S-3 bednm., near Waller G.I. or contract. House is situated in owned. a beautiful setting. Larger home has . • • UNFURNISHED HOUSES housekeeping or baby sitting \Vork and Allison Rd. Good soil, garage, '•l7 CHEV. delx. 4-dr. R., H. Very 4 bedrooms down and 3 up. Large Member Tacoma Real Estate Board 3-BEDROO.M brick rambler, range during the su1nn1cr n1onths. GR chicken coop,_ city water; school bus clean. living room, cl i n in g room, _nice 109 South 10th Street BR 5166 and. refrigerator, newly re\lecorated, 99:37 or BR 9176. 14p40 near. GI equity; $1,100 dn., bal. '51 FORD delx. 4-dr. Attractive kitchen and cabinets, and culc din- .. . PARKLAND large garage. Lakewood. $100 per $+5.50 per mo. Mr. Demmel, GR CHILDREN'S NURSERY - Family car. ctte, 3-picce hath, wired 220, excel- 2-bedroom bungalow, with small basemonth. 368+, GR 3624·. style; educational toys; trained p9r'51 CHEV. pickup. 8,000 rniles, lent water. Small house has 3 rooms ment, fenced yard, lawn. !OOxlOO 3 BEDROOMS. Range and refrigerSPANA WAY sonnel. GR. 6682. 14ctf like new. and bath, wired 220, automatic hot lots, $500 down. Also has refrig. ator, near McChord. $70 per month. NICE. little house and good grounds, '48 FORD club cpe. R. - H. CHILD CARE-Wish t;;<l;-chifd \vater, eh:1,;tric range, now rented. " and electric stove. 2 Rf,DROOMS. Electric range, cargood- \vell. Clo.Se to Pac Only care in my own home. GR. 3503. Oodlcs of flowers and shrubbery; S.outh 132nd St., 3-room furnished-' port, near McChord. $60 per month. Two Lots to Serve You $2,500. Low dn. pymt. and low mo. 14ctf also fruits and berries. 22 acres home· for only $2,000 on terms. FURNISHED HOUSE ' pymts. Mr. Inloes. GIRL wants baby sitting by week or cleared, balance good pasture, nice 1 lOt.h St., a nice 2-bcdrm. bunf(alow, '2 BEDROOMS, carport, near McPARKLAND day; CR 3.'i66. 14d0 barn for 15 head. Chicken house for 3 large l.ots. Auto. washer, refrig. Chord. $75 per month. Call Mr. 3 ACRES. Faces on good street. Light, 250 birds. Total price $10,500. Call and elect. stove, will be included. Haines, PR 1675, Ward Smith, Inc., DEPENDABLE teenage girl wants water and tdephot1c available. Good Mr. Lemm, BR. 5291. $6,850. Can be bought on contract BR 5166. work jn home; home nights; GR soil. Buy this and have a small farm HI 5100 9415 Pacific Ave. GRAHAM , or !•'HA. UNFURNISHED HOUSE 5438. 14c40 in Parkland. Only $1,750, terms. U.nder the Airplane CUTE small !-bedroom home and 5 4~licdrm. l %-story ranch house fire- LAKEWOOD - Modern 2-bedroom Mr. Inloes. BABY SITTER and mother's assistant, 4532 So. Tac. Way HA 5533 acres located on black top highway. place, 3-pc. bath, large bar~, IO duplex. Large living room, dinette, BROOKDALE GOLF COURSE RD. ap;e 15; 5-2844, Puyallup. HdO $1,000 down, balance like rent. Mr. acres of very i(Ood soil, fenced and cabinet kitchen, utility room, auto. ABO.UT 8 acres. Small house; utilities WILL GIVE excellent care to your Lemm, BR. 520 l. cross fenced. Call us for information oil heat. 2 blocks to new center. close. Only ~2,300. Low dn. pymt., children while you work; in my A GROWING FAMU..Y~ ... t~is: Newly redecorated. $65 per month, WILL TRADE equity in 1947 Buick low mo. pymts. Mr .. Inlocs. home; GR 3063. 14c40 Super 4-do9r sedan for 194T or 1942 NOT enough room? Ncecl a fenced ·.:im1';Fiway. frontage business site, Paor with range and refrigerator, $70 station wagon or car. Balance on yard? Sand hox? Swings i' Have a . cific Ave. Also, ideal bnildin,µ; site. per month. Call LA 3897. Buick less than $600. GR 5529 . .<:(ood substantial home with . three 2 older, 2-story homes, close to college. 12p40 SEWING of all kinds. Will do fittings Member Tacoma Real Estate Board be<lroo1ns. deep closets, lots of: stor-4· bedrms. 'l 'his can be good incon1c 9920 Pacific Avenue GR. 3624 by appointment at your home or age space! Will take a late model property and priced at $6,950. mine. Style Rite Dressmaking, Rt. car as ]lnrt of down payment. Some 2-bcdrm. rambler type home, attach<'d $1,600 EQUITY 7, Box 266. GR. 3328. 17ctf cash n cc cl ed. Total price Only garage. 3 nice lots, dose to McMILK COWS, sold on terms .. GamVERY dean· 2-hedrm. home with $7 ,000 for all this. Balance like rent Chord Field. $10,000 on terms. mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma; 4 FENCES-all types installed. Specialfloored up, i:oom for 2 more; lge. PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO izing in chain link and on1amental at 6'/r. Call Mr. Carlson, I-IA. 4768. Why pay rent? . miles south of Summit.-13ctf. liv. rn1., kitchen, brk. nook, nice Airport & Pacific GR 3112 wire, all work guaranteed. For free WANT SECURITY? SPANAWAY built-ins, 4-pc. bath, hdw. floors, estimate call GR 7409 or BR 7010. utility rm., plastered, built in 1949; ARE yon willing to me some elbow l.,bedrm. modern home, with flower grease? D() yon have . \lct)'rr!4naS & S FENCE Co. garden. Lot I OOx 142. School bus by ' .. ~ WE DEMONSTRATE evenings and 15c40 garage, 2 lots, one blk. to bus. Call tion? I'll provide the opportunity the door. All the furniture included, FOR RENT-2- and 3-room modern Ralph Decker, HI 4706. weekends on your ground. We oil SUMMER SPECIAL-Top soil from for it all! Eight acres of.hc\\tftifnl a very good buy. Don't overlook cottages a.nd apartments; all utiliPuyallup. You may see this fine NEW OR OLDER homes, small equiand adjust and deliver new Merry building sites, excellent soil. Naturthis if you can use a 1-bedrm. home. ties paid; laundry facilities; $60 to dirt at 9920 Pacific Ave. For sale ties, 4· _or 5 % . int.,, in various locaTillers to your door at no extra cost. al landscaping. All this for a total $75 per month. Oakland Court, inby the sack or trailer or pick up at tions, as low as $300 dn. 3-lwcl rm. Driggs & Stratton or Clinton. ·enpricc of $2,BOO, $1,000 down, bal. side city limits. HA 9588. lOctf our fuel yard. We deliver 4- or 5home, $7,500; $1,500 dn. Two new gines. Tillers for rent. Don Arthur at lwenty. dollars per month, Call . (M rs. ) Jenme · L . G ro dv1g · PARKLAND-1-bedroom apartment , yard loads. c.all us for prices in your listings I hlk. off McKinley Ave. Distributors. the oric;inal Merry f ... d. ., I · IIA M r. C arson.' - · 4768 · ··.. Notar urmshe , .,,52.50; 2-bcdro9m partly locality. GR 8173, Lapenski Fuel 2 and 3 bcdrms., bsrnt., garage, apTiller dealer; Arthur W. Dahlberg. ARE 'WU SCARED GR 72g 2 d GR 82 d S furnished, $5 7.50; utilities paid. GR Co. 15ctf prox. $1,300 eqiuties. Call Rex RecCall PR 1800. 13ctf OF THE future? Do you want to ays, eves. an un. 7794·. lOp'lO tor, HI 8344 or HA 0355. GRAY Chinchilla buck rabbit; 195.1 change it. for the better? Then buy HORSE MAN -'--- Approxnnately H RENTALS Chev. convertible. GR 8055, 13p39 this two acres \vith a cutr, modern acres well improved fine pasture on 2-BEDROOM furnisl1cd, $4·5. ROTOTILL ING lo,o; house and help yourself to a o'd Military highway, west side of 1-BEDROOM unfurnished, $55. better future. This can be had for a McChord; priced reasonable. Arthur !-BEDROOM unfurnished, marine WORK !:(Uaranteed. Tom Schuster, HA 9421. 13ctf total '"price of $4·,500, <)xily. a' s111all Locket RL 1, Bux 532-B, Spana"'o•.ray. view, furnncc- heat includl'd, $~0. down payment of $1500 can get 9p40 10,-BEDROOM furnished, heat' in- JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovatini. MOTOR REBUILDING 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 yo11 started soon! CaJl 1'1r. Carlson, Complete tractor work. GR 59'.12. tf AND REPAIRING cluded, $+5. WANTED Member Tacoma Real Estate Board HA. 4768. 1-BEDROOM unfurnished, $30. cAsi.CF0~1ilk co;~f,-e;:r;--hZifers, All Types of Machine Work I HAVE A FEW HELP, HELP-Need a good 2-bed2-BEDROOM house, unfurnished, veal and hogs. Call Thackeray colroom home in So. 56th district; MORE TRACTS of land, large, small, $60. lect, Puyallup 5-54·M. l'.3ctf Shop: GR. 7450 -- Res: HI. 6190 near or far out, low down pay$6,000 to $7.,000 cash; also a good G. H. IMESON CO., 1105 Commerce DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITHPacific Avenue at Brookdale ments. Opportunity knocks lqudly home for $4·,500 cash on Street, MA 2156. OUT CHARGE. Highest prices Use Our Easy Finance Plan only once, they say, so don't delay. McKinley Hill. paid for tallow, hides, grease and 12 Months to Pay-Nothing Down Call Mr. Carlson at HA. 4768. 11220 Pacific Ave. bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phone LAkewood WOOD-,-Upland slab, 2 cords $12; Office-Days, GR 3341 WASHING MACHINE PARTS G. H. IMESON CO. Airport and Leonards Crossing 2434. 13ctf Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 Largest stock in town. Repairing ROTTED COW FERTILIZER Member. Tacoma .Real Estate Board GR 3871 Day or Eve. Agel)t for American Express that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, HAY CUTTING, tractor work, levelplaner ends, $4 and $8 loads, HI 1105.7 Commerce St. MA 2156 ··-GR 3871, Day or.Evening Money Orders 4056. ctf 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf ing. GR 4-282 13ctf TO

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ROTOVATING, blade work; no job too sinall. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. 3ctf MAYTAG - FRIGIDAIRE BENDIX Service Headquarters Any Make Wringer Type Guaranteed Used Washers For Sale VINCENT'S SERVICE HA 3097 5G20 South Tacoma Way 3ctf HOUSE MbVING; leveling; foundations; ccn1cnt work; free csdrnates. PR 2653. 3ctf

AUCTION SALE U" YOU wttnt more cash quick, eell by auction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. Glen Betts, 8113 So; Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. 2ctf


5-Help. Wanted WANTED - Doy, 15 or older, jn Woodland djsirict, to help ore. for horses in return for complete riding privileges; Puyallup 5.-6596. 5c4·0 DO YOU BELIEVE in the demo140th & Pacific GR 320! cratic way of life? Would you like Res: GR 3181 to he in business for yourself and Most Modern Methods of make $100 per week and up? FulLocation and. Development ler Brush Co., 1021 Washington of U ndcrground Water Bidµ;., BR 2821. 5c+O YEAR~'ROUND SELLii'fG job;-;~ Call Turner slack time; $3 per hour; 8 hours; car and reference required; P. 0. Box 885, Parkland. COMPLETE tractor 'l'!ork. Loosening ground and leveling. Average lawn, $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf AUTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto WANTED TO BUY-Old cars for junk. GR 7847. 8C'40 Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Ta. coma Ave. 3c50 GOING TO BUILD or remodel? Call Geo. M. Brewer for estimate; FHA terms; GR 6667, P. 0. Box 62, Spanaway. 3p43 DETTER USED FURNITURE. Also generous VENETIAN BLINDS trade-in allowances and bank terms .. FOR LESS Parkway Furniture, 14 lst & Pacific. STEEL · slats with plastic tapes at GR. 3941. 8ctf only 49c per sq. ft. POULTRY WANTED, any amount. ALDERMAN'S Weighed and paid for on farm. Free 5425 Pacific Ave. culling to your advantage. Highest prices paid. No obligation. Just call us first, HA. 5761 or write P, 0. PLUMBING REPAIRS Box 866, Tacoma. 8ctf Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing SPOT CASH For Your Used Furniture Call 1 Piece or House Full Dlock's Furniture Mart 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 ve#ng and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

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STEILACOOM LAKE GARDEN SERVICE SPACIOUS, almost new, brick home ROTO TILLING with full basement, 2 fireplaces, tile Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, bath and kitchen, sep. dinin,o; room, dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. 3 bedrooms, 2-car garage, landHI. 2722. 3ctf scaped yard, wall-to-wall carpeting. .ACE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE A wonderful buy at $22,000. 0. B. Ackley, owner. Septic tanks cleaned contents hauled away. LAKES DIST. GR. 43'43 or GR. 5'.)39. 28tf SEE THIS fine 3-bcdroom home, WE BUILD HOMES remodel. level i:ambler type, att. double gar~µ;e, buildings; concrete \vork. R~asonf;~~!~laa~~~ f~1~~nce, excellent location. able. GR 3550.-3ctf. vrny •P1 4 ,iJu. ROOFING and siding, direcT;pplica~ PARKLAND tion. Guaranteed material and ex- MODERATE priced home, 2 bedrooms, hdwd. floors, furnace, 2 pc1:t labor. No salesmen. For lowest cstmiak call GR 3581 3.dl yrs. old, near Park Ave . Only.$8,950 RAY-GOGAN wit~ terms.. . · LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION FOR mformat10n, call Mrs. Olson or General landscaping service ; new ~arl Olson, LA 8282; evenings, LA lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, ;;707 or LA 7195. rockeries. 10% down, 3() months to pay. GR. 3127. 3ctf JIOOKKEEPING and Tax Returns! Member Tacoma Real Estate Board ]'.irc]Jared. Phorie MArkct5978. '3ctf· P.· 0. Box 117; Tillicum; .Wash-,,,












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No. 116276 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ELIZABETH ANN ASHBY, Plaintiff, vs, RICHARD DENNIS ASHBY, Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, ·.towit: within sixty (60) days after the 12th day of June, 1952, and .defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court and answer the com-. plaint of the plaintiff and serve " copy of your. answer upon the undersigned attorneys at their office below stated; and case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the. demands of the com~ plaint which has been ·filed with the Clerk of said Court. · The plaintiff's cause <Jfaetion .herec in, is ·.for divorce qn the grounds qf abandonment by the defendant foi more than one year.last past, and to secure absolute custody of Ala_n Stephc ' en Ashby, minor. child of the above named parties. EL:t.IS GEORGE, GOODWIN EASTVOLD & Administrator of Estate, HICKS ' Sp,anaway, Washington. Attorneys for Plaintiff. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, By Floyd V. Hicks. Attorneys for Estate, Office: National Bank of Washington, Nat'] Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland Parkland Branch Building, P. 0, Box 728, Postal Address: P. 0, Box 728, Parkland, Washington. Parkland, Washington. Pub. June 12, 19, 26, 19_52 . Telephone:. GRanite 3911. Pug. June 12, 19, 26; July 3, 1 10 17 1952 ' • '






South End Ph.!lmbing' Home of Schorn J.>airits Near Rov Y Spana.way ..GR 4100

===== ~ FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP Our DISTRICT OFFICE is conveniently located to handle your POLICY SERVICE CLAIMS and SALES. INFORMATION AND RA TES C:HEERFULLY given no obligation. CALL or VISIT our office. 9 A. M. to 5: 3 0 P. M .• D. S. T. 9 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. on Saturday.

Howard W. Rimer Dist. Mgr.

Times journal v 7 no 40 jun 19, 1952  
Times journal v 7 no 40 jun 19, 1952