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Sponsored by the Parkland Business club, a long program of Fourth of July fireworks will be presented Friday evening at the county gravel pit on Tule Lake road and Park avenue. From this vantage point, the display can be seen from a very large area, making it possible for thousands to view the affair from their cars.

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Monday evenino- v.rhen a parents met '1t th~ Parkland Present to counsel \-Vith thc1n Ruth Pike of Seattle, rccrespccialist for the State Park and Merchants of the Parkland area ation commission. She told of have contribu led generously to buy ctUHculti_cs cncountt'1'<:d and ovcrc.G>me the elaborate fireworks, which will groups in starting ;;iruilar provide exciting entertainment for about an hour and a half. Bob Lynd was decided that a paid supcr- will be master of ccre1nonies, announcM v.i Sor w.ou ld be rcq n ired later for the ing the many features over a public JilaygrouncL Several committee chair- address system which will carry the men were chosen. 11rs. Don Dovey sonnd for a long distance. Lynd did a wHl contact other organizations in grand job in this post last year and l"arkland, asking their support. Mrs. can be depended on to keep the show Lucila Ayers will sc<' about liabiiity moving right along. insurance. G. 0. Griffiths is to consult The Parkland Volunteer firemen '\Yith To111 Lantz, parks comn1issioner of Tacoma. John Miller has charge of will open the program with an interesting and instructive; water show, pre])ublicity. 'rhC next ine~ting of the group is senting a demonstration of the use of S\~t for 7 :3.'l Thursday eveni;1g, }.1ly the four local fire trucks. The fire1O. All Parkland parents are urged to• works exhibition, declared to be one of the finest scheduled in the Northattend. wrst this year, includes several very handsome set pieces. The aerial display will be the best obtainable. Two Parkland young people .have ' Marv Tommervik, genial proprietor rl'.turned for the summer from eastern of the Parkland ·Fuel. Co., is general campuses. MaJ ilyn Pflueger, daughter chairman for t~e affair, having been of Dr. and Mrs. J.P. Pflueger, is back drafted for the iob by Rog~r McDonfrom Syracuse university in New York, aid, president of the Business. club. wlule Lu thcr Steen, son of Dr. and Both have worked very hard to msure Mrs. Ernest B. Steen; has come from thy success of the project. Jack Brown the Univcrsilj' of Minnesota. • will have charge of shooting the fire1 works. 'l'hose in charge urge everyone in the con1~unity to ~rive out and enjoy Moon Mullins Offers the affair. Though .there is ample Dry Cleaning parking space for thousands of cars, those too far away cannot see the set pieces well, so they suggest that local people come early. The show will start at 10 o'clock.

By Clarence LaCrosse

In rq;ards to the few remarks made a couple of weeks ago in connection with the Parkland Buyer's Guide, it was in no way meant that I considered the advertisers in the Guide to be "1aken" because of their support . . . in fact the idea is a good one ... the only lacking element as I pointed out was the fact that it was very lacking in inforn1ation as primarily designed. If some few individuals have led others to believe that I meant othcr\visc I am ii<decd very sorry. Hope my friends know me better than that. Fouth of July Fireworks Again It's the fourth of July again and for many people and kids that means fireworks. Well, Parkland will have fireworks; thanks to the splendid leadership of Ro.o:er McDonald, president of the Parkland Business club, and the aggressive members of the club who are helping make this the biggest fourth ever for Parkland. The scene of the fireworks and giant program will be at the Pierce County grnvel pits, located on Tulc Lake road and approximately Park avenue. FireNew works by the truckloads will burst forth in their colorful glory and noise Named For Taylor for the thousands of spectators exAuthoritv for the division of the pected to line the countryside starting Midland precinct was granted this at 10 the night of the fourth. For a lot of exciting fireworks con1e month by the board of county commissioners resulting in the. announceM out and take advantage of the fine mcnt by Don Perry, superintendent of display offered by members of th~ elections, of the formation of the new Parkland Business club ... and when Taylor precinct. This precinct was you see them after the fourth tell them named for the late Charles Taylor vou enjoyed it . . . after all, it's all who settled in. Midland at 98th and FREE to you. Your Parkland businessWashington St. in the year 1902. Mr. men are paying the bills, so the resiTaylor was an employe at the Pierce dents of the area may have a free county courthouse for more than 30 show on the fourth. I'll get the names of all the fellows years. and in 1936, when permanent registration was first iJ!augurate.d, !1e doing the work next week. Take it easy over the fourth . . . covered the entire Midland district rerristcring all prospective voters. Mr. we want you to be a citizen of the ;uea on the 5th. T;ylm was a warl - -- -veteran and active m all of the }oeal I p TA improvements of· Midland. His fr:ur sons and daughter attended t.he M!d• E:!' • t• )nnd_ school and some. arc still_ res1d- ~pcnscrung 10 . m17 m and takm& active part rn the A recreation swimming program "(}ar_rhcin_t::i:o bc.-u_sed on .a.-vacat1?n, !.Midland ~o;nrnunrty. . . __ for the surnmer n1onths is being spon' wmctimcs need "Rush" dr)' ckanmg The ongm'.'l boundary Imes of tlie sored hp Central Avenue P-!A. Beattention. In such cmergcnci,cs, call me Midland precmct were 96th St. on t?e ginning .July 7, the bus will leave at Puyallup 5-6651 and IU do my north, Waller road on the cast, Air- Central Avenue school at. noon, slopwry best tc:; he!p Y'?" out with spc~ial port road ".n the south and J'iast. D ping at Collins sc.hool a fc~ minutes speedy service,' claims Moon Mulh_ns, St. to the pipelme, along the p1peh!'e later to pick up boys and. girls there. Puyallup Laundry and Dry Ckanmg to East F and alon,t<. East. F. to Au- All children wishing to go swimming saks1nan in the Parkland area. . purt on the west. lhe d1v1s1on was inust have the written permission of "Shirts, \uo, can be washcd.and.re-1 made at Portland avenue. Everyoi:ie their parents. There will be a small finished in three days when t;me is a on t.he east of Portland avenu~ will charge for transportation. SwimAdv. I contmue to vote at the Midland ming will be at Metropolitan Park school; all tho~c on _the west o~ ,Port- bea~h on Spanctway Jake. fand. avenue wi\l be rn ~he new l.aylor Girls Day Camp prcernct and will vote m the office of Tuesdav, July 8, the girls' day the Southeast Taco111a M_utual Wat\r c:anip at Spana\vny will open, to run Co. at 98th~ and Washmgton. Lois for two weeks. The day camp is open J".hann at %th and Portland avc:mi: to all girls from 7 to 18 years. The will. contmui:; as re.gistrntion offtcei small cmollmcnt charge of $1.25 mf or both precincts and announ_ccs t~at cludCs transportation an<l a pint of the. books arc OFen for regi.strat10n milk cnch day. The bus will leave until August 8, whe1! thr;y will close Collins school at 9:30 a. m., rcturmng for the September pr1111anes ai;id then at 3 p. 111 . For further information, wiH be open for a few days m Sep- call Mrs. C. P. Blanchard, GR 3334, tembcr. BE SURE TO REGISTER or Mrs ..Ranghill Peterson GR 6510. AND DO IT EARLY. · '

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Married July 3rd Isabel Bogh and Leo Kimm of Parkland announced their marriage on July 3rd to their friends. The couple were married in Tacoma. Attendants were Lt. and Mrs. Miles Bates. The two will make their home in Parkland.

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Hill stated that only 42 per cent of bus passengers buy tokens. He estimated the increased revenue will apf 1rox:imate $31'J,OOO annually. The change, Hill said, has been approved by the State Public Service Commission. L a b o r and management of the con1pany have signed a new contract ealling for a 6Y2-ecnt hourly wage hike retroactive to May 1 and an additional 3 Y2-cent hourly hike effective November I. The new contract a1so includes provision for three weeks' paid vacation after JO years. Hill estimated additional cost of the agreement at $60,000. ' The transit chief reported that the bus company is now operating at a loss.

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Clover Creek post No. 118, American Lcgion,.and the auxiliary held the election of officer for the corning year Friday evening, June 27, at a n1eeting held in their hall in Spanaway. Owen Lehto was chosen commander for the post; Arthur A. T-Ia•t, adjutant and finance officer; 'Varren Stinson. first vice president; Carl S\vanson second vice president; John W. J~ncs, historian; James 5tr-wrirt, sergcant~at-arrns; Elmer Jones, chapM lain; David \.'Vhite, senior color bearer; Harry 11arein, junior color hearer. The auxiliary elected Mrs. Ellen I_.P.hto. to succeed herself as president; l\IIrs. Ruth Drake, first vice president; Mrs.- Rose Stinson, second vice president; Mrs. Irma Long, secretary; Mrs. Bertha.Bailey, treasurer; Mrs. Blanche Rediski, historian; Mrs. Mabel Hart, sergeant-at-arms and member of the executive comrnittee; Mrs. Cleo Jones, chaplain. Delegates to the convemion are Mrs. Lehto and Mrs. Lon.o;. A joint jnstallatiOn ceremony is planned, the da.te to be announced.

Going to Grcmd Crawl The Chief Grayback of ,the Tacoma Toddlers, No. 227 Cootiette club, Mrs. Robert A O'Bryant of Parkland, announces that the delegates and alte11nates have been elected, and plans are well under way to attend the Grand Crawl which will be held in Yakima Tuesday, July 8. Among those: attending- are: Delegates, Mes .. dames May Porter, Evelyn. Loomis, Helen Rmnscr, Mary Hammar, Thelma Hartmann and Addie Nau; alternates: Mesdames Dolly Williams, Norma Dusel!, Magda Swayne, Alma J\.1uncasler, Mary Crouse and Hazel Houts. Other Cootiettcs attending arc l\.1esdames Frances Brining,. Florence Tobin, Minnie Norton, Myrtle Obryant, Mazie Krohn, Pq;gy Scisingcr and Josie Rasler. Cooties going are 1Grover Brown, Laurel Scott, Edward Nau, Wally Trim, Al Ruland and Robert ()'Bryant. Guests will be Miss Margie Surarn and Herbert Scisinger.

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On Saturday evening, July 5, a big benefit dance is being given in the Metropolitan Park dance hall at Spanaway to qtisc money for the free ambulance being operated by Pierce County Fire district No. 7. Spanaway. Good music is promised and the da·nce is sure to attract a fine crowd of congenial people. Everyone ·who enjoys danciilg should 1nake. it a point to go. The ambulance has had a busy season since. it went into operation in t.he spring. During the month of June it was called on several e'xciting 1nissions and took ·a number of seriously ··injured people to hospitals. On the morning of June 17 an accident on the Roy highway just south of Fort Lewis gate, sent five people to the hospital. A family named Hayes, from Chehalis, had the misfortune to hit a tree and demolish a DeSoto sedan. Mr. Hayes, the most seriously injured, suffered a broken back and. a crushed arm. Mrs. Hayes and her sister were moved to the hospital in the Spanaway ambulance. On June 26 a new Dodge rolled into the ditch in the upper Nisqually canyon, in_jllring a Miss Strong and a Miss 'Houston, both of Bremerton. Both were moved to the hospital in the Spanaway ambulance, Many other runs have been n1ade by the ambulance, some of which may i have saved lives. The service is free; the people of the co1nmuµity are expected to provide funds for th~ running expenses. The men who operate the ambuhnce give their time and work without any "J;IVE" TV TESTS CONTINUJ!:(The first Pacific Nortl~west broadcast of pay. The Saturday night dance pro.'1 live television program originating in the East will take place Sunday, July vides a fine cJpportunity to assist in 6, and telephone engineers will continue their test• ri.o;ht up to the last n1aintaining the ambulance a1.1d aho :ininute. Above, telephone tranemission men Harry Ball, left, and Robert have a pleasant evening at the sar11e Parkhurst are shown at the .relay site at Ortjng watching a monitoring time. oscilloscope. Tbe oscilloscope shows the picture. bciqg transmitted and is .llsed a.t each of the relay points to guard. quality of. ,traJ1l>"'rl&Sion. Pacific Telephone rushed the completion of its Seatrle,Portlaj,d radio relay system i.nonths ahead of: time to hrin~ '.'live" TV to th.e Pa~ific Northwest by the •July deadline; By next yea.r tlie system, which already h3Jl cost more than Auditions for the Parkland talent .two qiillion dollars, wm hilve pcrn1anent equipment installations made so shows, sponsored by Rodger Lunde ·. i:hat it Cljli. transmit. both television and long clistancy calls. · post No. 5052, VFW, are now being arranged. by Mrs. Ralph Rowley, HI 2439, who is anxious to book as many entertaine.rs as possible for the July 16 show at the Parkland theatre. Anyone -\vho can entertn.in in any way-dancing, playing any instru111ent, reading or any forn1 of performance-is asked to contact Mrs. Hawley for appoin,tment for audition at 8 p. m. July 10 at 11102 South

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Thursday, July 3, 1952

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25 June 1952 Six to three in favor of the Democrats. rrhnt was the final score in this year's ball game between Democratic 111cmbcrs of Congress and Republican 1IJe111bers. The ga1nc is an annual affair with the proceeds used to send underprivileged kids to summer camp. The opening ceremonies for the game were very i1nprcssive. rrhc United States Marine Corps band in smart ]uoking unifo1ms n1arched onto the playing field and took position. Then with the hand playing the appropriate n1ilit~ry air, s1nnrt looking marching units of the Marines, Navy, Army and Air Corps paraded on to the field. A group of '\.8 feminine mc1nhl'rs of a_ll the services~ each carrying the flag of onr, of thr, states, presented their flags in a colorful ccrcn1ony. The Air Force Drun1 and Bugle Corps, one of the best I have ever st•r.n or heard, put on a rc111arkablc drill. All told it was a very stirring introduction for the evening's cntCrtain1ncn t. The opening ball was thrown in by Chief Justice Vinson after which the Congressmen played a five inning game quite capably for a bunch of amateur ball players. It became a slight bit confusing at times as unlimited substitutions were allowed and such announcemf:nts as "Wheeler is now running for McCarthy who was running for \'v'hceler" were the c•rrler of th" day. Our own Thor Tollcfaon, playing third base for the Republicans, performed quite creditably, The first inning ended one to 1rnthing in favor of the Republicans. The

Dcn1ocrats, ho\vevcr, had a terri fie slugging spell in the second inning, aided and abetted by a fow errors in the fidd, and si•curecl five runs. They managed to hold the lead for the balance of the game, due in part to the stellar pitching of Wheeler ( Gcc-rr;ia).

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MT. RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, in the State of Washington, containing 3 7 8 square miles of America's most superlative mountain grandeur, is easily accessible from the gateway ' cities of Tacoma and Seattle. Towering abcwe all this is Mt. Rainier, an extinct volcano, 14,408 feet above sea level. It is the highest perpetually ice-clad peak, aud has the largest single system of glaciers in the U. S. These glaciers, 26 in all, contain more than 45 square miles or 29,000 acres, of ice. Beneath these masses· of moving ice arc born many turbulent rivers which flow through the Evet· green Playground to the waters. of the Pacific. Almost 700 species of flowering plants in addition to hundreds of ferns, mosses and ftmgi; 34 waterfalls, 62 lakes, and trees cen·turies old, add to this mountain -of grandeur.. Here is fun for all-hiking, mountain clim!J~ ing, saddle horse riding, fishing, dancing and easy walks through flower meadows. Hotels, ' lodges and camp grou.nds are provided for your comfort. Guides, Ranger Naturalists, spacious lobbies and exper.ienced, intellig¢nt personnel provide for your entertainment.

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FOR RENT-2- and 3-room modern MOTORS cottages and apa.rtm.cn. ts; all utilities paid; laundry facilities; $GO tu Where Your DoIIar $75 per month. Oakland Court, inside city limits. HA 9688. 1Octf Goes Farther ' FOR RENT-2-bcdroom home, modHA 4·112 ern i1nprovcn1ents, 'vith gan1ge, $30 3102 So. G. St. a month; in Roy. GR 354-1. 10p4·1 PARTIES FOR RENT-2-bcclroom home. furnished, $'1-5 a month; you pay utiliWishing to sell, are invited to call ties. GR. 5910. 10p50 or come in for appraisal and inforFOR RENT - 'i--room rabin, 2 1);:;:1-: mation concerning consignment of rooms, Str·warts Cabins. Onll at your car. Elk Pb in Grocery. 1Opl· l -4·2 FOR RENT -2-bednn. unfunlishcd ASH MOTORS house; electric r;tove, riut01natic furnace, refrigerator, $70. Entrance , 9415 Pac. Ave. HI 5100 McChorcl Field. Phone HI. HJ 16. c · J. and 10p42 1532 So. Tac. Way HA 55331 FOR RENT--,-4-room furnishecf!;:Q,~,;-c$35. MA 1387. JOp42 FOR PENT F' _ ·I --.----:~ .' -: tu ms ied 2-rnom sem1n,1 oclern cabm, ·$25 per month. 990~ WHITE FACE registered bulls and I ark Ave. 101~4-heifers, polled and horned; al s o FOR RENT - 3-romn modern furcommercial cattle, steers and heifnishccl house, 1 mile from McChord. ers. Take other cattle in trade. Rt. GR. 6362. 10p42 3, Box 610, Tacoma, Summit View. FOR RENT-3-room house, unforCattle wanted, call collect, GR nishcd; 1-room furnished cabin. 6112. 13ctf GR. 8G51, 210 So. HHth St. 10p42 FOR RENT-Lovdy duplex ;ipartmcnt; covered floor;, ,ato. washer, WE DEMONSTRATE evenings and electric range, rcfrim·:atr1r. Call weekends on your ground. We oil GR. 714-7, 711 So. 115th. lOpJ.~ and adjust and deliver new Merry • . • -Tillers to your door at no extra cost. Brigg~ & Stratton or Clinton engines. Ti'llers for rent. Don Arthur WASHING MACHINE PARTS Distributors. the original Merry Largest stock in town. Repairing Tiller dealer; Arthur W. Dahlberg. that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, Call PR 1800. 13ctf 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf ROTOTILLING STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 WORK guaranteed. Tom Schuster, HA 9421. 13ctf Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in 1872. llctf CHAIR CANING with Natural cane. Call BR. 7804 or bring in. Afan Vandegrift, 720 S@. Sheridan. CUSTOM GUNSMITH -· R'~cb~a-rr-c~l­ ing, head-spacing, stock work, rebluing. Guns and ammunition. Jerry Shannon, Mt. Road, near Loveland. Phone Graham 537. 1 lctf PORTABLE machine shop service at your place. Rcboring, valve reseating, refacing $1 per cylinder. Crank- HAY CUTTING, tr:icr'r work, levcl-

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. 20 ACRES near Fredcnckson. Very good soil 5 acres cleared and n.<s some sa!dablc timber. Is all fcnc~d. Has a large 3-rm. nicely fur!1ishccl stucco house. Barn and chicken l1uusc. Poultry,· rabbits and garden tools go with place. Excellent buy ROTOVATING, blade work; no job at $5,800. Terms. Mr. Inloes, GR to.o small. W. L. Lewis, GR 74-92. :JG2+ or I-IA 2547. ~'EPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Con3ctf 10 ACRES in Clover C:rcck srhool tents hauled away. Don Redford, MAYTAG - FRIGIDAIRE dist. Very good lnnd. a.nJ '1-nn. 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no BENDIX Service Headquarters !1ousc and basement. ~'P'"nc;. water answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf Any :Make \\/ringer Type Ill homg and for stock. All ;~need. Guaranteed Used Washers About - acres cleared an~ 1 1,: 1 !~st For Sale of land easy clear~d. hill pri.cc Recovering and Rebuilding VINCENT'S SERVICE $5,000. Good te}ms. Mr. Inloes, l,R Cushions Rebuilt HA 3097 362'1 or HA 2:J47. Free Estimates 5620 South Tacoma Way '.ktf LACAMAS dist. just off Harts Lake , . .. Loop road. 40 acres very fmc land, HqUSE MOVINC; lcvclmg; f~:mndaabout 75 acres cleared, the remaint1ons; cement work; free estimates. clcr of land is good pasture. All GR 320! 140th & Pacific PR 2653. 3ctf fonccd and cross fcncd. Older 3Res: GR 3181 bedrm. house. !·I:1s. barn, garage Most Modern Methods of and other out-hrnlclmgs. About 8 Location and · Development GLTEF.NSEY c9w lost from Rt. 1, Box acres of oat and vetch hay to harof Underground Water 49, Orting, near Electron. Phone vest. Stock and equipment optional. Orting 1411 evenings, or GR. 62++. $5,700, good terms. GR 362-1- or 6c+2 HA ~54 7, Mr. lnloc>. IN PARKLAND. 1 acn~ of good soil and new 2-lwdroom that is nice. COMPLETE .tractor work. Loosening T f 't" . F.f M t "0261 Selling at (~. I. appraisal of $•3,775. ground and leveling. Average lawn, CASI-\,or eqm tes. 1 e ~ ors, ;i GR 3624· or HA 254·7. $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf So. Iacoma Way. HI. 9441. 8ctf ~!: 0 ~ AC'RE f Ul.111, 'fl· "d • =-=-cc===-=-~--.0-----,.:--.,.---- _, UL·l D UlII L·son 1'\. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto RADIATORS, scrap Iron, Junk cars About 15 acres clccm:J and ill Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. and batteries. Puy. 5-2141. Hecker, me. ad.ow. I:Iay now..n:at.ly. .to cut. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tathe Wrecker. Large fa1mly home. Barn, garage and other out-buildings. bome n'ce 3c50 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _8_c_tf coma Ave. GOING '"fO BUILD or remodel? Call USED FURNITURE. Also generous. ~i1ubcr, iots of fruit ti-ccs, ;:.~bout trade-in' allowances and bank terms. $1,000 worth of farm 111<>.ch:nery Geo. M. Brewer for c>stimate; FHA Parkway Furniture, Hist & Pacific. goes. A good farm and a grmd huy terms; GR 6667, P. 0. Box 62, GR. 39'tl. I 3ctf at only $8,500. Mr. fnlo~s, ·CR 3p43 Spanaway. )ULTRY WANTED, any amount. 3624 or IIA 25F. BETTER · h cd an d pai'd f or on f arm. F'rec o ACRES f P ARh.LAND W e1g d '] , 1··ided <trcr·t VENETIAN BLINDS 0 culling to your advantage. Highest .) w' t 1.g.. hoot. SOI clont.-,e' 1c'-1)ll. On.o •·A· I•OR LESS . .d N bl. . J II a er, 1g s an . ' ... STEEL slats with plastic tapes at pnc~s pal . J o o 1gat10n .. ust ca bargain at $1,750. Terms. Mr. Inonly 49c per sq. ft. us fmt, HA. 5761 or wnte P. 0. loc;, GR 3624· or HA 25,l7. ALDERMAN'S Box 866, Tacoma. 8ctf 54·25 Pacific Ave. HI. 2200 SPOT CASH Member Tacoma Real Estate Board 3ctf For Your Used Furniture 9920 Pacific Avenue GR. 3624 1 Piece or Hous~ Full Block's Furniture Mart SMALL TWO-BEDROOM PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 SOUTH ALASKA, being redecoratCleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing Mn1~-:01;c)J3(fy::__OTd-·;;-;5-f-;;;· ed now; 4, lots, variety of fruit trees; many advantages to offer. To Call junk. GR. 78'17. 8ctf see, call Mr. Carlson, HA. 4-768. HOLY· ROSARY DISTRICT HAMILTON FIVE bedrooms .in dandy shape, 2 PLUMBING PARKLAND full lots and some.fruit tn·cs; garage 70-FOOT highway frontage, with 3and workshop of course. This won't GRanite 3905 bedroom older home. Living room, last long at $5,950 total price. Call dining room, bath. Concrete founMr. Carlson,' I-IA +768. GARDEN SERVICE elation. Priced at $5,000 $500 JUST A FEW R.OTO TILLING down. ACREAGE TRACTS left in the Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top ~oil, Woodland school area; small down dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. 2-STORY older homes, with 3 and 4 bedrooms. Close to college and payments on most of these; total 3ctf HI. 2722. schools. Ideal income property for price starting from _$1,900 to ACE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE rentals or larger families. Only $4,500; so see these excellent buys. 0. B. Ackley, owner. Septic tanks $G,<l50--small paynwnts down. Call Mr. Carlson, HA 4-768. hauled aw a y. cleaned, contents 2-BEDRC>OM home, hardwood floors, CUTE BUNGALOW 28tf GR. 4-343 or GR. 5539. l'Cfrig. and dNct. stove. Small base- THREE BEDROOM~ in south end, WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level mcnt, lots lOOxlOO, fenced. $500 fenced play area, with many other buildings; concrete work. Reasonclown. advantages; just one block to bus able. GR 3550.-3ctf. 11 OTH ST., nice 2-bcdrrn. bungalow, and stores. $1,200 down, balance on large yard. Rdrig. elect. stove. Buy contract. Mr. Carlson, HA '1768. DRAINAGE - Septic t:rnk installation; side sewers; earth work of any on contract or FHA. $G,850. . . IF.!.. LI H.Allll:!C!l"IJll!o.I i!">i!l"'t, type; by hour or contract. Hauser' RAMBLER 2-Licdrm., large ltvmg 1· "'1iil'o n . a&Ylllii0.;11-D'ill ...,._. & Seifert. BR. 9141; Rc .s. GR. 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FOR SALE-Good Jersey cow, fresh FOR SALE-Dining t:xtrnoior, table, Aug. 7. Rt. 3, Box 790, Tacoma. buffet and chairs. 5 !:) So. l ~~'lrd 128th St., mile cast of ·Pacific Ave. St. GR. 3209 after +. 15c42 . l61:l4'.! FOR SALE-Collie-shepherd puppies; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF also slwltics, $7.50 to good· hnmt·s. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON GR. 6348. 15p43 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF FOR SALE--Canary birds, U nivcrsal I>IERCE. clectl'ic oven, $15; table model separator, Daisy churn, plow and No. 116276 harness. H. G. Rouse, Rt. 13, Box SUMMONS .BY PUBLICATION 673, Canyon Road. 15p4-2 ELIZABETH ANN ASHBY, Plaintiff, FOR SALE-5 11.1;~-1951 J,;j~;-;;;-c;;-out­ vs. RICHARD DENNIS ASHBY, board, includes stand, tool kit, cte. Defendant. Less than 6 hrs. running time, $150. Eatonville 7 l-S-12. l:ip 12 You arc Hereby summonei:l to apSTANDING I-!AY for sale, chrnp. pear within sixty (60) days after the Cedar street, Midland. l ."•r'l·2 first publication of this summons, toFOR SALE - Westinghouse range, wi t: within sixty ( 60.) days after the practically new; 2 love seats, port- 12th day or June, 1952, and defend able liquor bar, Packard-Bell TV the above entitled action in the above set, bedroom set, 2 children's high entitled Court and answer the comchairs, 2 six-year beds, bamboo plaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy blinds. GR. 8191. 15c-l2 of your answer upon the undersigned FOR'. SAi:E-Wood range, complete attorneys at their office below stated; with copper liot water coils, stove and in case of your failure so to do, pi pc and hot water lank. Looks judgment will be rendered against you good, cooks good. $10. GR. G3N. according to the demands of the com· 15p4-2 plaint which has been filed with the FOR SALE-Pekingese dogs. East end Clerk of said Court. The plaintiff's oausc of action hereof H6th Street. GR. 6402. T. H. :Martin. 15p+2 in is for divorce on the grounds of abandonment by the defendant for FOR SALE-Chicken fertilizer. 990i more than one year last past, and to Park Ave. · 15p42 secure absolute custody of Alan StephFOR SALE-Double laundry tub with en Ashby, minor child of the above stand and drain, $12. J.E. Running, named parties. 4·20 l 22ncl St. GR. 5070. l 5p4·2 GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & FOR SALE-Kimball pi an o with HICKS, bench; girl's bicycle, almost new. Attorneys for Plaintiff. GR. 7943. 15p42 By Floyd V. Hicks. WANTED-Driver with bus or t;:;:;ci~ Office: National Bank of Washington, Parkland Branch Building-. to furnish transportation for berry picl<ers from Parkland and Spana- Pqstal Address: P. 0. Box 728, Parkland, Washingto'ri.'. way to farm at North Puyallup. Call Puy. 5-6-129 or Farm Labor at Telephone: GRanite 39'11. Pug-. .June 12, 19, 26; July 3, BR 4271. A. G. Stone Farm, Route 10, 17, 1952. 5, Box 390, Puyallup. 15d2 COMPLETE carpenter labor, your new home, $1 per square foot. GR. 3378 evenings. 15p+2 REGISTERED English setter pups, 5 months. Sell or trade, best offer. HI 5871, 7018 So. Oakes, Tacoma. 15p4-2 FOR SALE-Registered blonde golden cocker spaniel pups, 7 weeks, playful. GR. 7688. 15c42 FOR SALE-6-ft. refrigerator, excel- i . > <·············· , lent condition, $50. GR. 7138. · 15p4-2 VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctf K-W VALVE FACING at you garage. E. J. Atkinson, HA 5793. 15c44 RAWLEIGH'S h~11,eh'>lcl products. A. F. Anderson, 3631 So. Tyler, phone HA 8043. 15p44 ROTTED COW FERTILIZER -$1 SACl{ or by the yard; peat and topsoil. HI. 4056. 15ctf TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas scs. All ages. Mildred Keller, GR 7881. 15etl FERTILE, screened top soil; pulverized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, GR 5192. 15ctf BABY FURNITURE:., new and used. SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. 15ctf

~ng: aJz0 stravvbe:·n·~_.q for ranni:<r 1SE'\A/ING-1\1.l\.CIIINES - Singer r·lcc.~ shafts reg:round i11 the car". ivlotors nR. 4282. i .'.ktf tric with attachments, $2'.l.50; White rebuilt at great savings. Call HI 7291.-1 ctf. FUR SALE - Guernsey cow; a Is 0 electric, $2+.95; new lightweight Guernsey yearling bull cnlf. r:rc portables, $37.50; Necchi or Pfaff 87211. ' i'.Jpl2 $69.50; many others, new or used; FOR SALE-G,;~rnscy family cow, ~erms an~! .trade. So .•T,acorna Sc~v$225; 2-month-ohl white face heifuH;- Machrnc Co:.i ;i·H4 'So. ;Jacr, $75. GR. 5860. l 3p'1 2 coma Way. HI 7 !J+. 1.Jctf fi)il-SALE-2-frcsl--;-2nZI calf(;~-;;-- SPECIAL 127 - 620 - 120 fuarantcecl scy cows; l_ 7-g:il. Holstein; 11"-ton !ilm, 3 for 97c: quality I ~olo ScrvUNDER TIIE carly •,19 Foni'cattk truck, less than 1~;'• 9610 Pac1f1c Ave., I. 0. ~ox 17,000 miles. GR. 6107. !3 42 L, Fern Hill Sta. l.Jctf SALE OR TRADJ~-'.! milk P<Mts :ind TOP SOIL- PEAT 2 yearling kids; will trade.' for potk , $1 SAqK or by r. the yard; peat and or chickens. Rt. 1, Box 202, Gra- j' .._!<:psoil. Il_!_'_!:Q;i§_._ elf ham. Graham 7-7318. 1'3pl2 MILK-CfOATS French Alpine -a-;:\cl Saancn. Rt. 1, Box 309, Spanaway 9'115 Pacific Ave. on Muck-Kapowsin road, between Open till 9 P. M. HI 5100 Meridian 11ighway and Mountain highway. 13ctf '51 FORD 0,-ton pickup, low miles NEW HAMPSHIRE laying hens, pul'51 FORD convertible. Ford-0lets, ducklings and weaner pigs. GR Matic. R. - H. 859 7. '51 FORD 2-dr. 0. D. Custom . l 3 ct£ UPLAND WOOD 2 - d-$12 GR 51 CHEV. tu-tone sport coupe. WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; 3306. ' cor s ·15 ctf R. - H. planer ends, $4- and $8 loads. HI. :----·- - - - - - - - - - - - ' " '50 CHEV. Y2-lon pickup. cllx. cab 4056. l 5ctf 'I'! • '50 CHEV. 4-dr. R. & H. dclx. HA y CUTTING, tractor work, level11res Ill '+9 CHEV. Styli11c Dduxe •!-door, ing. GR 4-282 13ctf Buy, Sell and Exchange R&Il. Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing NEW HAMPSHIRE PULLETS, 8 49 PONTIAC Hyclramatic, R&H weeks old, 85c. Midgard Poultry '49 FORD Custom, R&H. Farm and Hatchery, Roy, mile cast '49 FORD ~".,-ton Pickup. of McKcnna. Phone Yelm 36~~·P 220 Puyallup Ave., Tar_ BR. 1333 '4!) MERC. R., II., overdrive, new paint. '48 FORD club cpc. R. - H. f!ij '48 PLY. 4-dr. R. & I-I. Sharpcar B ~ &. ~ftff'llPWbfA'8 llllll'!.8#1bl!fdFPa.,,,,._ 11liltr a D..8m'l-t:m.. '+8 CHEV. Ciub Coupe, f<.&II. ~ fi.A~FDCK.K 1f lr'D\...11\.CN.;) WAN Nl!:llJ Rebuilt motor. I Free transportation from Parkland and Spanaway. Starting July 7. 'l8 CHEV. t-door. Clean. '• Pick up aud return daily at: Spanaway 5 & 10 Store, 7:00 a.m.; Kocher's '4·8 OLDS 78, R&H, hydrnmatic. '4-8 CHEV. convert. R., H. Market, 7:10 a.in.; Blue Spruce, 7:20 a.m.; Parkland Theater, 7:30 ''1-7 DODGE 4--dr. Custom, R&H, a.m.; Nat'! Bank at Airport Road, 7:40 a.m.; 98th & Pacific, across Fluid drive. from Park 'n' Shop, 7:5U a.m., 98tb & Portland, 8:00 a.m. ':}7 OLDS. convert., really sharp

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CHILDREN'S NURSERY-Family UNFINISHED {urniture, Hag g's, 1107 Market Street. 15ctf style; educational toys; trained personnel. GR. 6682. 14-ctf WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Copc's PoulCHILD CARE-Wish to-do!llff<l try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, care in my own home. GR ..'3503. Tacoma, Wn. GA. H06. 15etf 14ctf WOMAN wishes position as house= FORS-ALE -=--Have four 2-room cabins, one 4-roorn, to be moved; keeper. GR. {)()97. l 4-p42 also good player piano. Phone GR 3748. ctf USED & REBUILT transmissions-; SEWING of all kinds. Will do fittings also gears; all makes and models. by appointment at your home or Summit View Salvage, CR 62Gt mine. Style Rite Dressmaking, Rt. days; HI 32,12 evenings. l 5ctf 7, Box 266. GR. 3328. 17ctf SUMMER SPECIAL-Top soil from FERTILIZER yard or sack. GR 4108. 15c,~2 Puyallup. You may see this fine dirt at 9920 Pacific Ave. For scile COCKER PUPPIES for sale. 2711 EastCSt.SK2917. 15dl by the sack or trailer or pick up at our fuel yard. W c deliver 4- or 5- FOR SALE-Kclvinator refrigerator, yard loads. Call us for prices in your excellent condition. GR 6294. 15p+l locality. GR 8173, Lapcnski Fud :.!+"x4ll" knee hole desk. Light oak Co. finish, green leatherette top. $37.50. Parkway Furniture, GR 3!JH, J4.lst and P"eific. 15dl I 5 YARDS $10; '1· Yards $8. Finest 5-PC. chrome set, maple top table, used, $~r~.50. Pntk,vay Furniture, black peat topsoil, state tested, .1GR :i911, Hlst and Pacific. 15c4! to 5-yard loads. Lawn constructionand rockeries. Evergreen L:mclscap- FOR SALE-1950 8-foot Kelvinator ing Co. rdrig1•r:itor, used 6 months. $150. GR !Vi89. l 5c4·1

TOTTEN REALTY, Inc.

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FURNISHED - ;;::c;:;oo Cute ,2-bcdnn. home 3 yrs. old, '.! lots, '50 CHRYSLER New Yorker. R&H, Parkland. Gocxl eke. r;i1;~1'. etc. automatic shift, WSW tii·cs, fenCall Rex Rector, HI. der skirts, spotlite, chro1nc 'vinclow shades A beautiful car, $2295 '50 BUICK Super Riv., 4--door, R&H Dynaflow, U. S. Royal master mid-century tires, two tone, EZ 6311 l\kKinley Ave. GA. 0365 glass. Real sharp ............... $2295 Member Tacoma Real Rstate Board '50 BUICK Super Riv., R&H Dynnflnw, two-tone. low mileage and FOR SALE-·Small house, 2/1 lots. Sec at 622 So. l Mth: inquin· :1t cle:rn. _ ....... ------·-·----·--·$2295 Rt. 7, Box <}15, Military Road, cYe- '51 FORD Custom V-8 2-door, R&H, nings. 9p·14 Fordomatic. A very nice car. CHI~CK OUR LOW DOWN PA.-y. ..................................................~> 1995 MENT INSURANCE PLAN. 50 CHEV. Stryinc Deluxe Club Coupe ................................. ,.$1595 WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, acreage, lots, building sites, homes '51 FORD V-8 2-dr., R&H ·-.. $1695 (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4- bed- '50 CHEV. Stylinc Deluxe Club rooms). We have cash buyers wait........ -......................................... $1595 ing. '50 CHEV. Flcctlinc Aero. Choice of two. --·--·---·---·-·-·---·-·---·---·------$1595 Property Management Insurani: '50 FORD Custom V-8 2-door, R&H, Notary m·crdrivc. Choice of two ..... $1595 Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board '50 FORD Custom V-8, R&H. $149.5 Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3'l6'l '49 OLDS 98 4-door, R&H, HydraPARKLAND :\RFA matic, visor WSW tires ....... $1895 I.ool:;ng for a home i01 bo•;w;iful set- ',jg CHEV. Stylinc Deluxe 4-duor, ting of fir trees? Comfortabk si>.e R&H. Real clean ................. $134-5 li\'ing roon1, dinette, cu1r·.:cuii_~Ilt kitchen, f u 11 basernent, rn:w oil '49 PLYMOUTH 4-door. A clean car. -·------·-··-............ -............$124·5 furnace, large lot. Call C. N. Cu:·tis, PR. 8325. FonTstcr & Lee, Real- 49 FORD V-8Pickup. A real, real clean one ............................... $995 tors, 917 Pacific Ave. 9d2 G. I. EQUITY, DUPLEX-Owno·r '48 DODGE 2-cloor, R&H, WSW tires, motor overhauled .. ___ .. $1045 sacrificing equity in new P,w!:~~nd Duplex, 2 bedrooms each; w:1nl- '48 CHEV. 4·-door, R&H, clean. robc closets, ranges, refrigr:«Hnrs, ............................................ -..... $1085 oil heat, garage with worbhop, plus '48 CHEV. Fleetline Aero, lots of exstor:ige. Tde:a1 for ifl\Tritn1cnt or tras, low mileage and clean, $1145 home with inconw. GR. 5296. 9p42 '46 PONTIAC Streamline 6 Sedanctte, R&H .......... -..... -............ $895

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WC1itermelon • lb. 61/2 e Remember the Ambulance Fund Dance in the Metropolitan !'ark. Sntimlay night, July 5. Good music -lots of fun for everyone. Prices Consistently LOW Quality Consistently HIGH Prices Effective July 3 and 5 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE No. 54468

NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Est ate of OTILDA FULLER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby rcquircd to serve the same, duly verified, on said cxecutrix or her attonwys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the elate of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication: June 26, 1952. JEANNE E. LAMPITT, Executrix of si1id Estate, Midland. Washington. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HJ:CKS, Attorneys for Estate, Nat'! Bank of Washington Bldg,, Parkland, Washington. Pub. June 26; .July 3, 10, 1952 Our New Pl1one Number

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Hawaiian AFROTC Cadets in S1iow 1st Time A/3e I,ewis Donohew

Seventeen University of Hawaii ROTC cadets bcrc for summer camp made a sight-seeing trip to l'vfount Rainier last weekend. They were in a snowfall, saw and feel squirrels, deer and bears and went slcighriding-all for the first time in their lives. The cadets,. most of whom are on their first visit to the United States, had seen snow only on the faraway peaks of Hawaiian mountains· in the wintertime. They had never been close enough to know what it actually felt like. "I never before had so much fun in all my life," Howard Hamamoto, one of the cadets, said. Arriving at the McChord encamp111cnl a couple of clays ahead of time, thc cadets received permission to visit the local scenerv and had a trip arranged through- the Airmen's Club. They left on a bus Saturday morning for Mount Rainier, accompanied by S/Sgt. D. C. Oas and an official base photographcr. They made their first stop at Longmire, a Ranger station and rest stop on Mount Rainier, and fed and took pictures of deer and bears. "All the evergreen trees around made you think it was Christmas," one of the cadets remarked. The group artivcd at Paradise Inn, the stopping point for motor travel on

the mountain, in a heavy snowfall. De· lighted with this new wonder, tlie men ran around, holding out their. hands and catching the snow to see how it felt. They climbed ncarby slopes, had snowball fights, and went slcigI1ricling, using their raincoats as sleds. The group chalked up a couple of other firsts on their tri1) to the 1Jnitcd States. Upon arriving here they made their first ferry ride (across Sar\ Francisco Bay) and rode a pullman for the first time on their trio on un to McChord. "We had a '~hole ~ar," Hamarnoto· said. The Hawaiian cadets all speak Jluent English, but occasionally they forget and lapse into their native tongue. Other than this contingent, men at the McChorcl camp come from as far away as the East coast and Alaska. The present carnp session includes 188 cadets. It began Monday and ·cadets will start processing out July 19. One olhr:r camp session will be held here this sununqr,


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Our DISTRICT OFFICE is conveniently located to handle your POLICY SERVICE CLAIMS and SALES. Il\TFORMATION AND RA TES CHEERFULLY given no obligation. CALL or VISIT our office. 9 A. M. to 5: 30 J!l. M., D. S. T. 9 A. M. to.2:30 P. M. on Saturday.

Howard W. Rimer Dist. Mgr. Office 5-8211. Res. (Eves.) 5-8617

GENERAL REPAIRING MOTOR TUNING We rebuild Starters, Generators, Carburetorn, Washing Machines. Motor Service, Automotive Electrician, Acetylene Welding, Farm Equipment Rebuilt. Any Gas Engine Repaired.

FA RC Y' S S. E.R VI C E Phone Puyallup 5-7207 Airport and Cedar Road - 1 Block East of Woodland School

Bruce and . GAMBILL St. S. W. Puyallup Basements - Backfills • Driveways Clearing - Leveling •• Etc. ESTIMATES Cheerfully Given

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