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C:rc1~tings to the· Parkland Jt>1ll'11a1! _ I .sllppu~c .a per.sou \vhu tr~1.vcls on tnre1.gn. so1l IS n1.on· apt to. think apP 1(''?Iall_vely of 1 11 ~ n.JnIInu~J.t~ and lts By Clarence La Crosse !1,\st 1t1ut1nns th;in, wh1:n h~ is ..i~ ho1ne. ~ I hats probably \vh:Jt \\'as r~~can.t by . ~·un. for .all was hnd by thi;:isc partht· person who i.vro~t, Abs5nce tic1pating in the 3~day carnp1ng and 1nakes tht· hc::trt grov\.' iondrr." ~ueh riding trip sponsored by .the \Vashhas bn·11 the ~asc foi· your cor;es11)ond~ iuglon Jiorsc1ncn .... so1nc i·iding aud cnt as h.c· hns. JO.. ur.neyt~d fron1 I arr.laud a. lot. of horseplay rnade up n1ost of ' . . t . ~o I.\..0111.c. stopping at nu1ncrous poi,~~ s the ~tnp. . . . Il< the Stale,, a. nd on t.D London, Pa.is, Crist Keffler is s!Jll lookmg for Lhc ~ Z:unc · 1i,. ll!'l A • • (,cn1'\·'p., 1 an an d ;'-';;s1si. on.rs \,iho supposedly too{I his. \\·11:f· \Vl11le in sent1111euta1 n19od, n1ay I lctt fron1 the hist tnp to hold in lus f'Xprcss. rny appreciation to the Pa1.·k- horse . . . sucss he expee~s to leave ti')!it's, . . . land_ T11n(·s-Jour1~;il for.an important t.hlng.c; out on the reservation forcvc1· . I lv'JT ·vvill be sw1111n11ng and danS<:rvHl' l'l'll1krcd rn the Parkland area and c:wect to find them where he left c1J1g for the young folks and fun for as a news nnd advertising rnedmm. My them, .. vch and he had his ten cent all. . 1ar ap1J1·ec1·11on , . . t h c cl't- ])OD alon"' ga1'11 too . t1rns in Pl '" 11 to ,,"ome to P1oncci· park on 1);1rt1cu ' I ( ,.., <« . . . ( rf'ction of your willingness tu give gen1':1issed E. K. Dor\vin 011 the trjµ Sunday, July 13. trous _srx1te to church ncvvs and an.. hr us~ially ad~s consideral~ly to an The; Yeln1 Sportsn1enis club invites n~,uncc1:1c11ts. Y?u have been v~ry outing;. . . C'S])C'Ctplly v.rhcn 1t co1n':'s you. ltdpful rn promoting that work wluch to talrnw the voun"sters (and old1'.r -··----·· is such an•ln1porta~t leaven in COlTIR ones too) on a~ all-<lav ride De.?111~- w"''~~G'.1.17;1= . j'f ' . · .· · 1r,~·1Q.-;1~l!t~ ~ llll.\-bfi rnumty 1 c. Kent Enckson conlrnucd to be the · . M<ty extend my P_~rsonal con-1 Jifc of the trip . at six in th~ mornBethany Method 1 st cht~rc:~ wns t];f· gratulat1ons a~1d good wishes tri you ing out comes Kent with his "Every- scene of. a pretty weddmg June _7 ·rn you mow rnto your new quarters , ?" , ,dle's to , tl · when Miss Dorothy Pease dau"htcr ~!\:here thr· Parl~land TinlesRJoun~3.l worc1crcusro>o, n . . . t~rchtcr'c -lie <Yetssa~~.11 'tlc1~ of Mr. and lv1rs Steven Pease:· was . , , " · . · · · · vv - ·:"'i t, ·-· cl · . f '·!vnll lt1H.lonl11t·dly, by ~1ble to lwco1.11c: energy ls i;nore than I can figure. tl1,1a1d11~. lto"gene Wag1d1e1,lsuul o lvlvl1:. cvf"n 1non' 1·ffcctivc ns a co~nnn1nny J stat , of th se Isa v d •re e11r:~ nagnf'r an tle atr 1. 11 ;crvant , · , ~ , ' . '- C\.\. ~ 0~-. '\ · · ,,.· an \Va ner. The ~ou le are TIO\V at home . ll . .. j 1ccognizcd on the tnp. · · · Hazd and t f"· d · T p . , · l'l · 1 1 1 anc tr:i;·e toe ay is \Ve nrg 1 1111 - ~ran.c1~ ~\Tor<lyke (1nc1dentally, Ht1.~el u nen s 111 acoina. raeulous lt•• s, • sn rl'ely lll'Jrc than an ts J~Jinng Lh c ran k·s 0 f tl· iose w 110 l'k 1 e ' , -. _ , • • _" • • , • 0 1 oHwJght 11,clt Iiom New Yoil. Lo Lon- I to ncle now, too) ... T.c<l and MargPa~er Dl!'BVe don. ( )n 1nps 1ron1 l,.,ondon to Pnns aret .:Vfclvlaken ConniP and l(cnt b-.... . and from Zurich to Milan the plane E 11.· I·. · 'th 'u th ·. f t Collins Cub Scouts Pack No. 92 ~rip W'lS l:;)~orter in time sp' rnt in the K fcf.l\son AW• .a edn hi:n "- · "1 usf_ are havintT a paper and'rnairazine Urive-' , , , , • t:: er, !'A inengo an · tsd R1an11 y o I Anyone /'")havinP" c • ,.., • air than the bus trip from airpor'" 'nto f R' 1 · .· rnntena1 for thcn1 ~hc ci,ty . ' ' u.ntl ·: · · ac ldOJJ<lso~. alr; -lofxiJc··· ·. : mav call GR 7530 GR 6509 GR 833i . offen~d r;:Dlcnd1L1 . w1 ·k1 iumor, od 'f emceed umseB'll' ' .,any or GR 0306· a car will cal1 for p1rk. , . and Pnns London K' d . .: ' , , . , ll \VOO an ·\VJ r iln sonl· J I Jc ·t. . '\l!]J. . ' OJ)j)Orluntt)' to sec where: h.utory oi lv'"'' 'lr"Jl 'J ·-,BI· . . '~ :i.l. LiJJy, eny uc . . anc d ...10s Oi • . . pas.t. c~·1.1tunes, has been en;1,·:tcd. T-I1s- girl friend~, Turchy and Bob HcpJ.:~i-is, The pack w1ll hold a p1cn;c at Spant(ll"JC SJ"llt ca1·J·1c'd1'als castl"s c<l't ··-1T C' 1 D c l' D . l'. I away pai·l· Su11dav July )0 Vonan · f"' ,~, " " ·, ~ h'-' oan .u p onna .o in or1s ;111 ~ ' \.' , ' - · c lcde~ ~nd nniscun1 s l'ept us on the p cl' C B ' J k cl' Curtis is cubmastcr . · · .,. _ . ern an asey ergcr, ac · an · · (~ . iuovc. S\v1tz1'rlan(l has hccn the.sren1c. Jean Caddigan \vith a host of horses ~-1

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. . . and a host of others . . . fun \vas ~~OODlAN· ~I E"~JS tip e sc erosis. had by alL , if · J' : ':\ 1" · 1..,g • . ~ , 0 llg.'11dcns1 m">u_ntarn~, ,,cll·L~pt Where Is Viv? ~ W ll!!@~Mle @11 r-1.!Hfiliill!ilg!l!ll countryside~ stinnil~ttn.g air and ftnc \liv Selle lefl Parkland for his trip n ·b . C d~ r: zr.::ll Airuian 3/c Jaines Gasav,ray is' here pt·ople. Some day I·cJ like to re!mn. along the Cascades to San Dic?;O scvuaJ ara ''" s, ::i- ,) from Clovie 1\ir Force Base N. M. for Todav \~C- st::irt .out on ~ pve:-d:iy cral wcrks ag.o as yet I hzi.ve not The Woodland softball teani played a 13-day furlough at tl~e ho1ne of his of .vh:1 t Ron1 e ~as :o ..~L:r to a ht·ar<l fron! lur~1 .. "as far as_l kno;t1 the Puy 8 llup :tvfen1orial Building trnin parents, l\.lr. and Mrs. Jaincs Gasa\vay lt should he rnteies,mfr the snow " st,111 quite deep m spots and beat them 14 to 9, This newly of Parkland. · -----along the t~·a1l : . . he n1~y have organized teain consists of: Catcher, - troubk n~aklng tt n. wlule, per- Ronald Sheldon; pitcher, Butch Lind· haps he \Allll p;o by c1v1l1zat1on soon and 1.heGk and< Darrell Heil; first base, Earl . drop us a t.;ai:d. Root; srcond base, Dale Parks; short J'1PrHnn<1, \Vas wclcon1c~ by his \.Veckcno. Riders . stop, LeRoy Gustafson; sub short stop, JJ<tn:ur:s: 1\1r. aucl h.1rs. La.Monte I-Ied-e Savv: a lot of folks out on horse~xtck R.onald Sheldon; third base, JinuHy South 121st St., June 21, hcr.e aud there ovPr thr \Vt:ekend_.:. Ton1pkins; left fiFld, Gary Lincoln; "the_ _ioy of !-he blessed l'r~1~<-'S th: n1any \vh,o ~.v~nt to H.. a1111er center field, Don Spencer; .right f.ielcl, and Mrs:-"Cfarl Hedlund for the tnp; or part of it, there were Donald Dawson. Coat:h for the soft· ;\ifred Grnd\'ig, grnn<lpnr- M.cCi~Hthy~. Buz:r. C:nnnel and Chuck' hall tenn1 is ·Mr. Sheldon of Collins r·nts, :end Vii. A. Gellatly of Corvalis, Rohr hcadmg .out tow~rd Yelm and road. (J""· and 1V1r. ancl Mrs. John P. nmd flats fur a couple of dnys ol rncc Bridal Shower S"var;son oi Parkland, grcat-grandpar~ nding. r . • , .. Ladies of the Fruitland· rnts. So1ne o_ the 1un1or n1en11J1..>.rs of thL: auxiliary honure<l Ruth Clayton last Parkland. I-tiding r!u~J to.ok off for a rruesday Pvrnin~ with a miscelh.neons co.uplc or da"/s of riding 1n the inoun- bridal sho,ver. Before opening her ta1ns. _ . . nun1eruus gifts, Hingo ·was played. 'I'hf' Iles1dPs :lttrnd111g a couple of (lays tables were beautifully decorated in o[ the Rrainie'r trip 1ny brotli.::T, Frank, sunnncr flowers At the close of the and I took a nicr jaunt up past Gra- evening, daintY r~freshn1f'nts \Vt~re han1 on horseback on Sunday ... had scr,·cd. 11iss Clavton \Nill be rnarricd a very uice ride. t.uu. on July 25 to Ly.le \Vinslo\v. Parl~land R1drn~ Club Elects Vi.sitinf; Herc July is thr· end or the )iear fv, the Mrs. Bea McKee of Compton, Pa:'kland Richng cluh and the forn1t·r Calif., ir:i here vis]tiug v·.rith thf' Shelby offr~crs of that clup . . at the last Tuckers of Andrnin road. This is her 1.\vo Delicious Special Desserts business i11eeting of t.hc clnb, hP1d second visit to Washington and to This Weekend ~H rny hon1r. last Tu;:sday, the follo"v- the l'uckers. ShP. plans to !"tay a ing nc\v officers and board n1ernbc1s month. Last 111rcek lVIr, and 11rs. Ruswcre st'lectl'd by thr n1Pmhcrship pres- sell Tucker and their childrrn, Donna cnt, for the following ye-ar: and (Continued on Page Four) 13. F. Fluty, prcsiclrnt; !lob WickCHERRY NUT ANGEL FOODS line', vice presiclcnt; .Jc<:1n V\'oods 1 secretary-treasurer: board 111en1bcrs, Ji1n Lcv.ris, Adelyn \i\licklinc, Gt·1-ry Ha?lk- Horse, Handy J urn ping, Seat and <"nson, T'o111 Woods and Del Cheney Hands Class, English Pleasure~ Flag . . . ]~his represents a 100 ptT cent Race, Stock Saddle Race and Indichangr in inanngen1Pnt for the coining vi~al Pole- .Bending , . . open to year v.rith pron1ises fro111 the new presi- .Juniors 18 and u.q.der. only. J\ r.harg·e dent that \VC are going to do thing.'> of 25 cents for each class. The show this year . . . I.fopc he is right because starts at 1 on Sunday (this Suncby) we sure need to do a few things ~oon. and what's this . . ? V\Thy, all Junior -)(· ·ii-)(· judges of course . . . it iS strictly a\ It's a good ti1nc to start thipking junior ::;how ... ·con1c on you jnniors, ubuut. so111e hay fur ,the v.rinter . . .· get out and show your stuff. prices arc going to be high again thi~ year . . . n1ake your selection early Coming Attractions INSURANCE hut µ:r·t it in 1he b;irn it costs a lot n10tT in the spring . . . ROI,EY AGENCY Need a ne\v saddle or Lridh· or 'Nhat 9Hth anrl- Portland Avenue have you? Sun1n1it Feed Co. has a GR 3501 fine line availablt' fur yo'ur inspection and ::ipprovnl . . . Dxop i.n 8nd nieer. OPTOMETRISTS Walt Stanger and Frank La Crosse DR, L RICHARD McGIRK . . . They will be glad to assist you l\fodem Eye Care 56th &i_ M St. GA. 7373 V\·ith any of your tack needs fron1 a 48CT2Y, So. Yakima HA 2113 1·urry cornb to a nevv La\vrence sad<llt:. Doors open I :00 p.rn. Sat. & Sun, -it* -~ 6:30 p. m. Mon. thru Fri. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Our Roundup Pr·inccss Lois Pollard Enjoy Movies in Comfort NOTARY just ren1indf'd n1r, of th~ strictly .Jun~or Ncw Sea ts Now Installed Show being held this Sunday at the ROY V. ROSTEDT VVnshine;ton 1-lorst·rr1en Arena . , . A cup \Nill be g-i-.-cn the high point boy 'Jr girl of the day as a special attracWed., Thurs., Fri., SaL, July 9-12 tion and inr1~ntivr ..R.ihbons of coun;e. PRIDE OF ST. LOUIS G. HANSON , Cl<lsscs are Sn1all Fry, Beginners Dan Dailey - Joanne Dru Physician .Jun1ping~ Western Hurdles, Trail T'acoma Way l\1EET DANNY WILSON Shelley VI/inters - Frank Sinatra 1"cllows Building July 12-Matinee Only Tacoma 9, Wash. ROY ROGERS WESTERN Low<

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Blackst~_ne, accon1panied is spons_onng a counti} style s.1.1101.;.;._1s- i D1,_,go,,_ \~.l;en ..thf:' ~nJo. 1 1 L ~t;iti~ued ! convPnes Friday evening, July l l, <Jt his n1othc1 on the tnu. . bu:d d!f ne·· SL1rid;1v, July 1.?: , 1ron1 : te1;,p~1 ar uy . '\·v:th th~ L · S. , ~a\r. is I ff a1 clock. 1'1iss ()vt-rlan<l, whµ will be IVfrs. \V. P. ~lnckstonc who :vas 111~ 2:~:'0,to 6 p.,rn. at the Con1111unit).ha1l,' l_h.e ~nh a~trn:l,_.,i(t~l ~c-~~'"" ~ 1 ~J 1 a Clover Park high school graduate, stalled as P.1~s1dcnt of~l~e u1:i1t, was 8~th a:i:l Canyon road. T!u:n: ':111 bi:, Ma1). Bia,dlry, sis.tr-_,1 ~" t 1c 11 ' -: ~~ : class of '53, will rf'poit to the .;}~X- presented v1fh a liP;-Jut1hiJ gift fro1n fncd ~~11- 1 ckcn, baked h~in, baked sal-1· Do\u~_las ~o;:h·~ ?Jot.her ~fo·t~c:, gro~.~:1 · 1 iliary un ht'r activitles at (;ir]s' Stnte her husband by the 1·th di~trict. sgt ... n1~n and all the otl:er d1~.l~cs that :~!a kc 1·11_s. L(·"'_u', !ilPl~l~y 53 ~1 ,; the ,~-ho ~-Q1 ~ I in EJ!P~."hi::~~ ..1 t~·ip ~_.:hich "l!ie ,~voa at-<1.lTns for th~ Legion~ B1ll B:crer. a Tf':1l ~n1orp;asbo1d, vnth plc1~1y o~ v;rdd1n{.!: so·1i:.,s, ~ 1, con-tp~n.cd bi MLs 1 Jvirs. Jarnrs Ln1<lcr, p~st .president. c:Terything for seconds. The pr;,cr _:t I Jv!ary .nn1 cll!'y. lhr !Jnd~~. \vho \\'a~ i \Vas pr('.gcnterl V\rith a JJec::irl and rliathe tick~ts is $1.50 Iur adults <Jnd 5: -:;-nTn ,,~ n1arnap;r by lH:r tf'tt~er, ~.vor~ i n 10:1d past president's pin \.vhich vvns r:rnts for children. 1-fr. and . ~rs. a \v~d~1ng govl'n o.f w1~itc ta~fc·ta ~nd n ,gift of Mrs. Lindcr's husband ar~d Ha~\·ey J?odd are general cha1r.:11en ~ace with an o~:,~~slo~~t or ff)~l-(~n 1H'"ttln~. the, auxil~ary. . for the: d1nnr-r. ~hP \·vorr .a v~·;1stwltngth \til fast_en~d I }ollo1,ving the ceremonies, a buffet Supervising the: food prcp1ration to her hair with a cro\vn .01 pco.r.s. 1luncheon \Vas served vvith the table nre 1.1r. and 11rs. ·w. L. Robinson, Shi: also wore a .thrcc-st_rrinc~ 1x·nrl ·, decorated \Vi.th summer flowers a11<l chairn1en, a~sisted by I\1r. and 1V[rs. n.f'~.klace . and_ c~.rned :. 1.JD,'.F1 11 ~t. 0 crystaL i\1rs. VValter Fritz \Vas hostEinil Ripoll, lv{r. and Mrs. John pale _po..,nl\ ca1n"atlons ~.':dih ~I, css for tl?c lunc!1con and :tvfrs ..Leonard 1 Folk, Tvir. and }\.Jrs. Paul, B8con, ~:nd red 10:'\t bud ~u~sage·: IL. si.,tt:t ~Lo'~. ' BlakeJy arranged the decorations and :11rs. Jnn1cs Carlisle, ers were pinJ... rn 1nnthH\<;,.. dlH.l 1:1.. 1 ; also made all the corsages \\'0111 JJy At.tendin. rr thP .'iinorgasborcl \\·ill he dress '\v~1s. vf ~Jlue tone tarfcta Wlth ' the ·officers ap<l inany dignitaries. l\,frs. Don Hansen, i\1r~. Leonard Fish, an oversk1.rt ~f net. . <:"' "' • • • • --------1 ..... . N . H· , S. 1 .'1, Thf'. bnde s n1othe chc .... ,,..n ~n• . Cl\.r1hzat1on hos nclvanced a long lY1is, • uunan augt., "· anc " is, hl f . k ,.tl '!11·1· ·tc«cs,ones b . . J-Iarry s-111 ith, and cOff~'e will be ~r:rved sctn f' o pin \\1 1, \\ ~ ~ ,: -,~~ .. ·· · v.;ay! ut a grf'nt d1srovcry s~1ll has b ' f . w .·N. tt cl M 1·s ·r11 ·rF. or gomg '.'wa;,, thf. _bmL "as 1 to be made-how to get nat10ns tu Y 'vMunseY. rs. "· • iquc c an · ' " d n1 · a lJc1g e su1 t 'v1th \Vhttc uL- ' zah 11rC'!'1H'. \VOr k- toget h er, pc;:icr,fully. ., , cessoncs. . ~··~----- - - - - - ' - 'c1 ;ctbl:, attc~dants wrll be !Vfrs. Glen Foll?winp; the .cere~o~y, a :-·"ddm~ I ~'."'·1.n1dcJ.,' 1vli_s. John R. ·:ndaws, Mrs. re~eption \Vas given 111 ,.1qno1 of th,__ 11ikc LatteicH, Mrs. Ed H,o;fm,an, young,. couple, who arc now at hu111c Mis. Paul B.1ch, Mrss Audit) Car- at 33d6 Adams Ano. Apt. D, Snn: 111""1' J"rrt"S C'arl1slc Ed Hof'mnn D'icrro C.8. l'f I . . J <••l . . ,R • n \ ' ·l u · cl ' Gl~.en c· arn1acK. ' ' 1v1r. " ' an.cl1 1.frs. h . 011: .· f nc rc~vs an Eh11c-r ~raJlry, vv o ~ K1tchf'n assistants \:111 Mrs. ,vent so!tth for the .wcdi:lin.~1:, we~-e ac~ l ~ fl[ Ha~'\TY Dodd~ 1\!Irs. Dons ...-\u~t1n, Mr. con1v~;~n1cd by Miss ~ l\.~211 y .. B1adle) l :mu Mn. Arnold Foster, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. L-. ..'f•S BL1dlcy of I ~- il rb;i M w~·'U RobfTt HildPbn1nd"and 11r. nnrl Mrs. /Kcnnf'\Vi<'lc . R .L ll oya 1 attere , Angd food sponge con1bination 3.,'vl iss Lois ()vednnd l)ecrirntions, for this ucc_asion "v111 u• L n. . Ill c ...J lavcr c;:ikc with a t!:Cnerous lc1uon be providc<l by Mrs. John R. Andrews; Mrs, nB~(:11JC@~ll\I. ffiri!Ull"et.:1 becaus•· of her high scholastic filiH1g, lccd v\•ith a delicious 1crnon .. · t db. M. J l F 11 M. ,~··1·, · . f . . ..Ius11st ,e. ll Y 1- I1-s. oEd1n L]o 1'r' nrs. i~.11 ~c ~/Irs. E1nrr1a lI1t.~hcoc 1{, ?rrncl I ~ct!(: and i1datnot1c rer.ord. Gf.iWrls1 S~ate butter crcan1 and topped with a 1 o _Ja 1 IP , v ut _, n1 n '· 1"' 18 · resident of Spann,vqy was senous Y 1s sponsore by the State o ashn10-\va]nut cn1nc:h. E. P. Munsey) ).;frs. Ja111es Carlisle and inJ.Ull'd in a I.all in. he/1~acorna a.part- ton i\111erican Lel!iun auxilia1y -lo lvf'~ C IM ~ J . . · , . .. . . ~ lb. ar ~i.:nse~. . 1ncnt on ./nne 24 and \\'Ill be. a patient ~urtI:cr the cGucnt1on of girls 1n ;-'\n1crThe publicity is bernp; handled bv at the Pierce County hosp1tnl for a 1carnsm and governmental procedure. Mrs. E.. W. Struensce Mrs. I-Iovvard 1ono- tin1e. She is 91 years old, an , Go]d Star ~11othr:rs of the unit will ' ~ • · · · Selby i J\1rs. Arno1d foster, Mrs. (aen a~c w·hich n1akes a brokrn hip and a also lJe honored the sa1ne cv::'.ning. Carmack and Mrs. Frederick Patrick. fractured shoulder a matter. of Jpn.~ I t llot: f ff'-.,. . J ,ld . · . , Sl , . . , 't d rl . ,r ns a (~ion o o .1cc.s. was H Host and hostesses will he Mr. and hospita 1 rnic. c • 1 ' 1.s IC]JOJ I' blom~ June 27 under the· chrcctron of Mrs. I\1rs. E. P. Munsev, l\'1r. and lvfrs. \ve11 as c:in be expected and is a e to Lloyd Burdue, 4th district president. . D d cl '1 L R l , f ,; ~ d~ u- \Tr 'J,.. 0 L eg1unna1res . . f ron1 ·Lt1e d.18fian·cv odd an lVJ.f. an l." rs. . . sef' Hr. Ll 11 · . , I .. J Field.· She is ~he mother of Art Hitc.ncoc< trict and state were pres.en! to witnces . . be under . . . hardware. :Mr. andf t1e 1 f·cstJ\1t1cs '··"· . .Tl1c ·4·tl1 cl'ts t·· t -·t l ParlJnP w•]l the direct.ton 'nf - th·t H•trhcock · ::... \ ,,, ·. . . 1rfrs '\r .. I-l1trhcock also furrnerly o ._tfn1n, , l r·d lJ)'. 1v1 is."'_,ona ~ I J11c ,., ,11 ,, ua of L. R. Fw1d. ass1stf'd hy (;hns o,,~111.<)n_, Plu~!'fie GR 3330 . Span3W'1)' are now hv1ng at l:JOl· So. 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Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., July 16-19 l\IA AKD PA KETTLE AT THE FAIR .Marjorie ]\fain - Percy McBride JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (In Color) Bud Abbott - Luu Costello

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Wedding Announcern 1is LaCROSSE PRINTERS Roofing - ' Siding Gutter& "When You Buy, Buy from Beyer"

T~rry doth the most popular "fabric in' polo shirts •• ; in attractive print designs, easy to wc~h · and no ironing. In colorful prints en .solid white or maize background.

All Meat WEINERS ---······· lb. 49c LEAN :HAM6URGER ....... .lb. 60c HAMS, 10 lb; Average ___ ,__ lb. 62c TOP ROUND STEAK ____ lb. 35c LEAN SIDE BACON lb. 49c GOOD SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 75c

SIZES. 6 to 20yrs.

Beyer & Company Specializing in Remodeling Fibre-Glass Insulation For Remodeling Phone PRoctor 8879 · 7515 West 24th Street

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No. 116276 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ELIZABETH ANN ASH\W, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD DENNIS ASHBY, Defendant.

Thursday, July 10, 1952

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FOOTWEAR !PRICED TO CLEAR

To Come In And Select At~ew Refrigerator, Range, Water lronrite Ironer or Television Set, Sylvani~a or Crosley

attorneys at their office below stated; nnd in cnst~ of your fnllurc RO to do~ iudp·nH'11t \vill be rcndcn~d a{rainst vou ~H.:c~rdi;1,c; to the clcrnand:'i of the c~n1~ plaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. l'he plaintiff's cause of aetion herein is for divorce on the grounds of abandonment the defendant for

To 'celebrate the opening of our new s·tore in Tacoma's' North End and because we need room for our fa!! merchandise in the Parkland S·~ore, we are drastically reducing i·he prices on the balcince of our summer casual footwear.

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with: within sixty (GO) days after the 10th clay of July, 195~, and defend the ;:1buvc entitled action in the above of your ansvvcr

only $279.00 cf Soap and A Clothes Carrier

N~L 11(1558 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION ALMA E. SIMMONS, Plaintiff, \'S. DALE G. SIMMONS, Ddcml:rnt. 'You are hereby sununonr:d to appear within sixty (liO) days after till'

moire fer your trade=in$. Act now!

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IN TI-IE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASIIINCTO~'-' FOR THE COlJKTV OF PIERCE No. 54463 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the E s ta t c OTJLDA FULLER, Deceased.

Fammese Yet Requires Extra

l\:oticc is hereby given that !lie u11dcrsig-ncd has beeu appointl'.d and h_::~s qualified as executrix of .the ,ab.o)le -•'entitled Pstate; that all ·1)crsons havl!lg;-~1 cJairr1s rq.:;-a.inst said deceased arc hereN by required to serve the sai11c, duly ~~crificd, on sai<l executrix ur her atlornc·ys of record at the address below stated, and file the snme with the Clrrk of said Court, together vvith proof of such service, YV-ithin six lnonths after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will he barred.

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Hotpoint offers you conveniences galore counterbalanced lid, table-top height, lifrout baskets, amomatit interior light, thermometer and easy-cleaning Calgloss finish.

Date of first publication: June· 2fi, 1952. JEANNE E. LAMPITT, Exccutr.ix of said Estate, Mi dlan<l, Washirq;lun. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS,

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25c Drip or Regular

Wieners

Custom Picture Framing BR 4327

lb.49c

2046 6th Ave.

Good Ho11Usekeeping

No. 2 Ti11

Blueberries

39c

Popular Brands

Ct"n.

1.04 Standby 46 Oz. Pineapple Juice 27c Cigarettes

3 Tall Tins

PURDUE Plumbing & Heating

m

Installation & Repair Service

!JC11vieftllfr$•ort

139.95 -

• • •

GOlf COURSE

Terms

On Lower Campus back of Pacific Lutln:ran C:ollcge

15.15 Down, 11.69 Mo.

Co&m:;e Green Fees l!Sc

I-lave your Cabinets 1I

CUSTOM BUILT 9133 Gravel!y ~Lake Dr. LA. '.J2:> l

I

12 Oz.

At No Extra Cost 11- 2ntl RH.ONE'S SHOP.. & Pacific CA.IHNET Spana;rny GRanite 3342 ·

Home and Auto Insurance

FARMERS" MU"fUAl 13th. and "K" Street

OF ENUMCLAW

BR. 0386

It Will Pay to Check Our Rates

GR 3733 M. SLATER GR 9939

Pot Cleaners

I uffy . .

13c 31c

40c

I

Donald Duck ·

large Pkg.

9mHo~e

7208 Pacific Ave. HI. 9556

2 Lbs.

frozen Peas 1/35c

COLL

and

43c

• • • Standby

large Prunes . 45c

GRanite 4477 SPECIAL

Jc

ffe_e

Old Yankee

Co.

1..1b. Tin

I Skinless

American

M. J. B. -

STANDBY 50 GRAIN

V~·I

LaCROSSE PRINTERS

JL

3 Oz.

lil

rs Z'9C

July

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF W ASHTNGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE.

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1~111

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Attorneys for Estate, i Nat'! Bnnk of Washi1.1gton Bldg., . I Parkland, \Vashington. Pub. June 2G: 3, 10, 19.12

serving Th r if ti1i.:1s te r .

Ill

2Y'2

Fresh local

leltuce .

D

local

Radishes

3bun.10c

e

Hot House long Green

Cucumbers . . lb. l7c Roasting

Ears . ..Juke

Oranges

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to

••• without interruption for 61 years When National Bank of Washington was founded, in 1885, Western Washington was a frontier U. S. Territory, its economy based almost entirely upon the yield of its timberlands. ·Forest products are still an important source of wealth in Western Washington, but a great influx of population, increased industrialization and expanded business enterprise have made this one ('f the fastest-growing and most prosperous regions in the Nation. That is progress, in the best American tradition." National Bank of Washington has kept pace with thi; progress, serving the people of Western Washington without interruption for sixty· .seven years. Through ten modern branches NB\'(7 offers every financial faciiity and unexcelled banking convenience, and will continue to pioneer in new concepts of service to its customers and their communities ••• as it has for so many years.

···C.ONDITION

!CONDENSED

June 30, 1952 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks______________ $26,205,0i'5.68 U. S. Government Securities _____________ 32,324,740.94 State, County and MuniCipal Bonds__ 8,331,840.12 Other Bonds and Securities-------448,514.25 Total Cash' and Securities _____ Loans· and Discourtts ______ ~---------l'ederal. Reserve Bank Stock ----------~ Bank Premises, Furniture, Fixtures, . and Safe Deposit Vaults___________ Other Real. Estate Owned ______________ Interest Earned-Not Collected _____ _ Customers' Liability letters of Credit_ _ Other Resources-----------"---------

$ 67,310,170.99

55,020,608.30 180,000.00 1,694,778.80 3,603.00 300,438.67 31,555.55 154,683.58

$124,695,838.89

TOTAL RESOURCES

LIABILITIES.

""

Deposits: Demand ------~--Savings and Time

.•.$67,320,395.89 47, 196,193.62

Total Deposits ___ _ Interest Collected-"-Unearned ____ Ljability Under Letters of Credit_ ____ Other Liabilities ------------------------· Reserve for Interest, Taxes, etc. ___~ · Reserve for Possible Loan Losses_·_ Cap ital ------------------------------$ .1,875,000.00 Surplus -------------------- ·----~ 4, 125,000.00 Undivided Profi_ts - - - - - - - - 1,944,336.14 400,000.00 Reserves ------------------------Total Capif;ll Funds ________

$114,516,589.51 610,857.89 31,555.55 46,483.61 333,438.57 812,577.62

DIRECTORS GEORGE S. LONG, JR. A. E. BLAIR F. D. METzGER A.H. BROUSE R. A. MUELLER C. T. CHANDLER l. T. MURRAY f. P. DRAVIS R. A. PETERSON WARD ESTEYw . DAVID l. STONE HENRY 0. FOSS AUGUST VON BOEGKLIN J. J. KAUFMAN H. S. WOODWORTH W. H. LINDBERG HORACE V. X. WRIGHT

8,344,336.14 $124,695,838.89

' TOTAL LIABILITIES

Deposits of the Tacoma Branch and Parkland Branch·are included in the above consolidated statement as follows: Tacoma· Office Deposits, $69,909,033.09

-67

10

Of UNINTERRUPTED

BRANCHES

SERVICE

I

.

I

*THAT'S

OU BUSI E Wh111u1r Your Printing Deeds ay B1 e Can FiH Your Draer Cards .. Envelopes • Letterheads .. Checks .. Blotters Wedding Anno1.mcements .. Booklets

THEY ARE ALL PART OF OUR

DAILY BUSINESS

~

and i:he Tl ES-J

,

RN

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PLC Campus, Parkland


Wonwn's Skirts and Shorts .....: Nylon Hose ................. i\Icn 's Sox ............... ....... 4 prs. 1\nkiets ....................... ~-"' 4· prs: Children's Play Suits ............

GR. 3713 Serving Parkland, Lakewood, Midland, Summit, Spanaway and Lakeview-Pierce county permit.

$!

:p

Don't Delay nnd Re Sorry Dc-J\1othing_, Cleaning, Glazing in Our G. E. Cold Stora;;c Vaults

S1 S1 $!

For Chdy $2.50 For the Season

H~WAY

-

GR8161

VARUETV STORE .

Pick Up and Delivery

SUPER MARKET 98TH

PACIFIC Hills Bros. F@igers Golden West Max we~! Hcn.mse Woods M. J. B. • Chase & 5,,u11b~rn U~uy 1=Lb. tins for frestmess > mg • h .) m

a

m

0

m

m

11 nb· 'in«'

FFEE $1. HAiUlWARE DIE!?ARTME"JT R(.i)yal

~.~yQil RMby

R~by WC!!~er

Glasses Se~ of

lunch Box

··~ 0 a-.. Q Q

ater Pitcher

32Piiie1SS HE s 2e

r~e·9

Meim"s Metal

-~

Reg. 1.39

_With .Coffee Bc~·tle

mtt'.'N3)M~©ltl'

I

For Y'©il.lr C~l11l114~ng

~<ERR

LIDS

Doz.

2 31n

Gg'~ei~ Cibralhm~·

t~r®f,(illiill

S1l"lfie

No. 30".i)

·

- C~ns . ·

Tin:

IACOMtrs ONly 14. HOUR

,,,.~" l:l"&"'ffenu""ra

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P~{t.)lm\U~ uo~, U~(liJ ' .) n :

' In Case of Illness, Rci11cmber \Ve Have a Registered Pharmacist on Duty at All Times for Yon and Your Favorite Doctor's Convenience, GR 8693.

3 for

R<L.EENIEX er

Reg.

18c

s

YES--~

,

s

a

69c SLOO Df ODO RANI CREAM 69t

FOR SALADS

CUSTOM MEAT Fresh Eggs' -

Locker .Rentals

Mountain View Hood· Lockers

Re9. · [})AGGE'fT & RAMSDELL

FRESH. C!iUSP a LOCAL

RADISHES. GREEN

Ot.~IONS

Buirn.

Airport & Spruce GR 5332 2Y2 Miles .East of Pacific Avenue

Hunt·'s Large Asortment

Appliances .. TV

Radio Sales and Service

KRISPY CRACKERS m '?!MF

.

MATO JUICE

!!jl~*

46moz. Tall

:~::;:~e,~aCne011~aO~h'pr~awb !rry FREEZE

\)•..

3 $11

Pkg.3c

9ts.

NEW1 EVERY DAY LOW

All POPULAR BRANDS

MILK PRICES!

ETTE

l qt 10c ...... 1qts. or ~ gal. 39c ~~

CTN.

1.97

Tincher's Pharmacy 8239 Parlt Ave.

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

........ OPEN 24

HOU~tS

A DAY Ch@ke Bone~ess

ArmoMr's Crescent

BACON • M

KE

9

PAR~{

l lbs. 79c

"

lb. 98c

ib. 59t i

lb. 49c

'N SH 0 IP Y 0 UR 0 NE ST 0 fl SH 0 PP I N'G CENTER m

EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

Large variety of good 'beers and wine - largest display of magazines in Tacoma - house~1old hardware - gifts seasonal and variety Hallmark greeting cards - a complete drug department - goot restaurant featuring home cooking - pherwin Williams paints and Kem-Glo - good lineof sugar-free and diabetic foods - many imported fish and cheese foods.

OPEt~

14 HOURS ADAY ·s~ 1 D~~YS AVIEE


for the Beach?

Lacrosse Printers

Don't lose- a Iniuutr of your vncntion with car trouh1t·~. I+Tow? See Earl before you kovc, for a topnotch tune up job. H. en1c111ber-Expericnce counts and Earl 1Yhs it.

GR 7:100

Gladiator Service

ON THE P.L.C. CAMPUS IN PARKLAND

WAS Wringer Wmhcr .......................................... $1+±.95* Spinner Waslwr ........... .......... $239.50* 13 Cubic Foot Rcfrig-crator ........................ $++9.50* All White Trash Bu.rncr '. ........................... $ 7+.60* DoulJ!e Oven Range ............·....... ........... $1'.19.50'· l 0 ,Foot Refrigerator .................................. $329.50* 1952 Philco T.V. Now in Stock

REFR~GERATSON

SALES & SERVICE

Childre11's B(l'ltM11B9 S~its

• $1.09 airacl up

ChHdre1ra's Rubber Ufe $!!lvers

60c

YrArd Swummh1g Poo~s •. $8.70 to $13.00 .Women•s Ba~·hi~g Caps 79c Ear Ph,a9s • 25c N@se Phmgs 50c Complete Stock of Cannon Towels

B~antiful Terry Knit Sport Shirts Men's and Boys' ,. $1.6.9 and $1.79

SHIP VIA AUTO FREIGHT

GA ELD

To Any Point in the U.S.A, Daily Service from Tacoma and i Way Points to Kapowsin am! Eatonville

INTERURBAN ft"'"UTO FREIGHT MA. 4122

1

An Independently Owncd'and Operated Dairy Serving The SOUTH END

THE WOiUD'S

1.~0ST

A~ODUU~

WALL PAI U-t. a Se-1t4atleu«d~ 1te~ »IUIBBfR BASE FORMULA

( 7 Y cars W :.irranty Protection)

Puy. Valley

Dairy

I'll Rugged Inner Tank Construction @ 7-Ycar Warranty $94.70

7-Ycar Protection \Varrnnty ® Chromolox Elements

@

Iron Ffrcn1au 'I:I1ern1ostat Fibr~

Glaos Inbtilation

NOTHING DOWN ·

1004 So. Tacoma Ave.

BR 2030

Lumb· r

Anderson

Peoples Supply

9813 Pacific Ave.

GR 7311

Webster-Robirniscn Machinery & Supply

Co .• bu:.

TUEUABLE IS HERE th«:J ~~ll11wentfoHs and live progt<~~'i!ii ·~:r"om the East

arad Sof!Jlth.

Come in and See the Models -

mt.

C. A. Victor -

Emernot11 -- Hoffman -

Raytheon '

uial on lnstallatio

H'BormaH h~staliaticn for half price. ~J,l\Jso

l!Jl

free TV lamp

the firsr relii customers.

FURNITURE, APPLIANCES Parkland


J>

HOGAN 1S HAVE LOWER PIUCES

RANCHES Wanted

AC:!~Ef\GE

T.in1es-J ournal and \\'ant to

ezits 17c oc n

S500 DOWN

co.

ii

ns

!

Spanaway Food Center SPANAWAY

GR .. 75U

Sht'lrp Cheese. lb. 65c Fresh Sahcd

f\~i!:!!!'l~ts

lb. 45c 1G-oz. Tin

Ade ..• 29c l\;1r None

l~@g

I

food ..• 3 /29c

Swift Premium

Whole or Half

S1dnned IH@m • lb. 65c

:c 0

40~0Z.

~

PKG. Z

llB

Vi

:c )>

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HI 5100 HA 5533

~

ilk GRADE GOOD, TEMJF,R

~5

LEG t4UITO

a

LEAN, ,TENDER llEEr

POT ROAST

li=Business Service Septic Tanks, Cess Pools Cleaned

MD.

77

3earsl9c Tomatoes ct. 29c Corn

LOH.AND MOTORS

House and Commercial Makes Motor Service "Vasher Service GR. GGG2 H>lst & Paiific Ave. 1\ ext Dour to Ta rgt'.! Sporl Store

for Good, Clean Cars

Priced Right

Contents Hauled Away

HUTSON TANK CLEANING

yard; peat and 15ctf

HA 7038

l'l':PTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf

UPHOLSTERING

Prices Consistently LOW Quality Comistcntly HIGH

MAYTAG FRIGIDAIRE BENDIX Service Ht'a<lquartcrs Any Make Wringer Type Guaranteed Used Washers For Sale VINCENT'S SERVICE IV\ 3097

"' Tires

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free, Estimates

Parkland Upholstery 140th & Pacific . Res: GR 3131

GR 3201

- -Most - Modern Methods of Location and Development of. 1) nder_ground Water

CaH Turner FU. 2400 GR. 8108 HAY CUTTING

COMPLETE Lractor work. Loosening ground and leveling. Average lawn, $12.00. Don Ahhot, GR. 3846. 3ctf

GR 3846

AUTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tac coma Ave. 3c50

tapes at

HI.

~200

3ctf

PLUMBING REPAIRS -- Sewer Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing Call

E. M. HAMILTON PLUMBH..mG GRanite 8905

6311 McKinley Ave. Member Tacoma Real Estate Board Wl\NTED Home• m Parkland Community; Acreage close in, either with or without buildings.

Wbere Your Dollar Goes E1rther

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BERT BROWN REALTY 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Day•, GR :J3•t l Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 Agent for American Express Money Orders

Notary

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Member of Tacoma Real Estate Una>•• I

Office; 328 Gaific!J St.

GR. a:J6!J i

H:\<J.112

Rubber

mps

lv! ade to Order LaCROSSE PRINTERS GRanite 7100


4.

15 lbs.1.49 1SJbs~ f.97

~

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/.,

Fancy Print Bag

C~eese

C@Ha'i'.Je

Fl~tt's

when you need a strip of adhesive tape it is no longer nee-' eosary t? cut tfie tape with SCIS-, s01·s that may be':

~~bl~:~.~.~d.ti~~~~l ::s.

Pine€hl!.Dple. Sliced 'lh• ' w111.ne~§ ~es • ~

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::re JUSt hkely to be rn • • s.ome other part of the house. Now adhesive

Farm Fr.,sh

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B.~

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D · , D···.·ernuson · ~ ' y Ss~\.J'f! .and oeans .•

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Luxury Mild

fll,a, J29r F~.

·

C~eese,

·.~·~

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i\;l~~gn~n~iell B-l!iirt !l:tt1~dlf E'~'IJfV~UoM~Jl\i'~ ~ ••Mr.in,~ .J •

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lb. 53c

Cm-iqes, S & \N Pitted, E~. Large • '31c 'f(Ml'ni;;\l'i"§ J!l.!ke, Del Monte . 46 o&. 2"'/c •

1~~ 37c

lb.83c 3 l!bs. 29c Lb. 4-c Lb. Sc

YeHow .Tr@r1spcH'ei'ilt Apples

Cabbage· W(ltermelons

and

Cf A{b J ',~,c

1

HER

first in Garages

Pork Chops

GR 8669

Lb.75c

's

·I 62nd·.. & P!3rk

·

Ave.

GR. 82f3 · July 11 and 12

I

Lean Center. Cut

Span away

·Lean Blade Cut

Skinless

Perk Steaks

Weiners

Lb.55c

lb.49c

SPANAWAY MEAT MARKEl GR 8215

NEXT DOOR TO HERMAN'S ·

FISHERMEN Our store is 'open for your convenicn~e until 10 p. m. 7 ,days a

T & D Tadde. Shop IQ!& So. 108th (Sales Road)

'

BUILDING SUPPLIES

·Our New Phone N11mber

SPANAWAY

GR 4100 ·ScMth End Plumbing

LUMBER CO.

Harne of Schorn Paints Near Rov Y Spanaway GR 4100

Mt. Highway at Spanawa'j' GR. 3323 WE DELIVER

GENER.Al REP.A.HUNG ·MOTOR TUNING \Ve rebuild Starters, Generators, Carburetors, Washing Machines. Electric Motor Service, Automotive Electrician, Acetylene Welding. Farm Equipment Rebnilt. Any Gas Engine Repaired.

FARCY"S SERVICE

4x8 3/8 Cefotex W~Hboard •••. 1.98 4x8 11'4". 3/8" 11i•• Sheetrock

Phone Puyallup 5-7207 Airport and Cedar Road - 1 Block East of Woodland School

ll

BULLDOZING Ken 13ROWN

1 3 /4 Outside Slab. Reg. 19.50 Paint Grade . . . • New 14. 95 Verticcd Grain, Reg. 30.55 • Now 19.55 1x3 Molded Cc:isirmg, R.e9. 11/:u:. .....,.. . · Now !Phc per ft.

. and

Bruce GAMBILL

1750 9th St. S. W.

~uyallup

:Basements • Backfills • Driyewayn Clearing' - LeYeling ., Etc. Fill Dirt -- Gravel -- Top Soil Dozcrs-Large and Small PH. PUYALLUP 5-2452 or 5-5487 ESTIMATES Cheerfl!lly Giveti

_____

.....,.....,...,.,.,_,..

_ ' 1i

See and Hear Check These Features

Concrete Floor-4" thick Overhead Deors-Semi~Auh:.'Jme;lltic! Clear Grade 6 .. er 8" M,atched Drop Siding •·Composition Shingle Roof • One Entrance Door and 3 Windows

it ' 11 11

JI And His Orchestra

Every Saturday at the

FRUITLAND GRANGE DAMCE JAMBOREE 7 Miles East of Pacific Ave. on Airport Road Dancing 9:30-2 Admission: $1.00

s NEW HAMPS or

PARMENTER REDS

Crosse Hatchery WHERE QUALITY IS PARAMOUNT!

Rt. 10 Box 228, Orting

Sumner 3..3122

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Times journal v 7 no 43 jul 10, 1952