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The annual Thrift 4-H and Comrnunlty fnir is being held Saturday· and Sunday, Aug. 9 and 10 at Thrift. TACOMA. (Special) - The NaSaturdav·hours arc from 12:30 p. m. tional commander of .the American until midnight; Sunday, 12 noon until Legion, Donald R. Wilson of Clarks'1· p. m. Lunches will be served at all burg, W. V., and U. S. Senator Harry times. P. Cain will be principal speakers Entries of baking, vegetables, fruit, when the 1952 state convention of . canning, clothing,. fancy work, flow• the Legion opens here Aug. 1'1. · ers and hobbies must be in by Friday, The three-day convention, continuAug, 8, between the hours of 1 and ing through Aug. 16, will draw an 4 p. m. or may be presented Saturday. estimated 5,000 delegates and guests morning between 9 and 9 :30 .o'clock. to Tacoma, aCcording to Frerl Fur:cker, "'' l LivC'"stock and chickens may be en .. state adjutant of the organization. tered Sunday, Aug. 10, before 1 l::rn Other speakers at the Legion conBy Clarence La Crosse a m. Exhibits from other communiclave will inc.lude ·Brig. Gen. John ties, both adult and 4-H, are welcome. Burns, commanding. general of Fort The outstanding presenrntion of the Saturday's program opens with the Lewis; Rear Adm. Allan Smith, com- ()lympia Riding club has come and style show at 1:30 p. m. Demonstramandant, 13th Naval district; Wash- ;;one but npt without many a pleasant tions start at 2 p. m., the tractor drivington State Governor Arthur B. memmy for those participating in the· ing exhibit is .at 2:30. There will .he Langlie and Mayor John H. Anderson gigantic affair. Probably more than free dancing Saturday evening, with of Tacoma. ever after atteooing the Olympia show the drawing for the quilt at 9 p. m. A former mayor of Taco&a, Val one wa1 aware of the many hours of Sunday's events include the chicken Fawcett, is serving as general chair- hard work which one must put into show at 12:30 p. m_ and the calf show man for the 1952 convention. . training a horse in order to compete, at 1:30. The drawing for the .elec.tric A red-hot race fgr the .office of against the finest horses and riders in [percolator _is at 3:30 p. m. There will state c. ommander :if the Leg10n looms the state. . , be door pnzes each day. when the convention gets under way. The show definitely ran to the ·--- . Tw'o av.owed candidates are .Lloyd Arabian horse . . . which ;eems to be Stoddard of Everett and Maune<; 11. a tendency of that particular show. . . Ne~dham, Shelton, both "west side". Perhaps the Arabian horse is coming . Iv.y chapter, 0. E. S., w11l ..h· old a. residents. . . . into its own in this section of the p1cme Sunday, Aug. 10, at the Harold Al.though there is no ,constitution~! country because it seemed that the B Davies place on Clear lake'. Me1:ir~qu1:·ement, the Legions No. I pos1- majority of the better horses shown hers ai;e asked to meet at Fem Hill t10n ts usually alternated each year\ and winning- were Aral.ii-ms. Masomc temple, 134-th and Park Ave., between East and West Side candiI cl , b · 1. I h• h d. not later than 10:30 a. m. for trans1 1 dates. Harry L. Cole of Pullman· is on ~. c icvc} lat . ~ve _ever. a I portation. the present state commander. the expeuence 0.1.. part1c1pat1np, in a J Stoddard is a World War II vet- show as well orgamzed nc;r as smoothly eran and served two terms as com- operated as the Olympia show was. mandcr of the Everett Legion post. The 7rounds, t~o, are completely out- I I~'<~ Needham, a World War I veteran, is standmg . . : mstcad of a cloud of a former Shelton post and Fourth dust. every time a horse entered or district commander. Both have been left the arena tpe sandy terram of the · · . · · arena was wet through and throu!(h • active m the orgamzatwn for years. absolutely without a speck of du.st. Also FRESH DUCKS, FRYERS ' Shade, too, was a thing of pn;domiand HENS nancc _ .. no one had to be lll the V su;i, to see and enjoy the show, . .' I acoma area horsemen took home .;& Blue and re~ nbhons were won by a good share of the ribbons . . . with Marc and Keith .Parker at a recent Earl Craig and the Palins leading the 4-H demonstration con~est. Th.e group.lwasextremclypleasedtowin awards were presented to the boys by a ribbon in the Stock Horse class inMrs. Iver Johnson, leader, 'at her asmuch as it is the first time for both · 11009 Pacific Ave. GR 5524 horn~ at the July 12 meeting of Con- me an.cl my horse . . . in fact if Kent cord1'.' 4-H cl~ib. . . . hadn't talked me into entering I cer. Keith received his .. nbbon for_ Ins tainly would have sat on the fence illustrated talk on How to Store and watched the rest of the fellows Ro?t Vegetables Durin& the Winter," have all the fui 1 • • • it seems that you while Mar~, won !us high award by .iust have to get in and do these things 1llus~rat1ng ~?\" t? l(ec:p worrns O~t if you want to have fun. I-lope I don,t o'. \ egetables, 1:h1s makes Marc di-. miss anyone but here are a few of the ;:-1ble to compete Jn the d~monstration local winners: Jack Caddigan's Duke, contest. at ~he a:inual Pierce county Barbara- Nolte, \lirginia and Topper 4_-H fair which will b~ heJ.:J.at Spartan Bcksinsky, Jean Stanley, Earl Craig, field,. Sumner, Aug. ~1-"3. Bus Carmel, Dec Parham, Chuck Priscilla Pedersen and Beverly (Continued on Page Six) Stimps0n have completed their required projects for first ye·.ar sew"ing. The second year girls are busy finishing their four,piece cotton outfits they will wear in the d.rcss revue at the fair. Those entering this . event 1 ari; Lynne_.Hansen, )ngeborg J ohnson,J and Si.O;rid and Mary Alice L(:;Masfer. All girls are learning to recognize many kinds of cotton materials and A delight[ ul onmrncry cake made to judge sewing. with fresh oranges and lemons. Two evenings of last week were spent iri visiting and judging gardens , Also of 4--H members. They were judged I TUESDAY, AUG. 12 - 10 A.M. ·on these five points: St. raightn.ess of Sanitary Dairy Ice Crca1n, rows, health, staking, vveeding and thinning. Gardens of the following 1, Milk and Buttermilk were judged: Ingeborg Johnson, Artha Johnson, Marc Hansen, Mary Alice, Sigrid and Ross LeMastcr, P.riscilla I 411 Garfield St. GR: 3526 Pedersen, Beverly Stimpson and Keith , Parker. Open 10 Till 6 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 i The . next meeting will be held Saturday, Aug. 9.

The Rev. Ernest B. Steen, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church of Parkland, writes the following very interesting letter from Istanbul, capital of the If every mile I travded last week M~.Slem world. . . . . ol<lcs,t one, the youngest one, the one would turn into a vote for 1ne next 1\ real surprise 1.s sometimes. l~ '"'-ho tra.v<'lcd the longf·st distance to fall, I'd be in! The trips to Los An- store when a pers~n is not expectmg at.tend. For further. information, call 'ides and New York were very inter- much. Frankly, I dtd not expect mut;/i Mrs. John Aalbcrg, BR 1958. ~sting but they would have been more at. ~stanbul when Dr. ~astvold and I enjoyable if my luggage and I had arrived there. from Bet.rut .hY plane. not been separated ·at the outset. I But I left this )arge city m Turkey first went to I. A., but my baggage vei;y much amazed: • • 1 went to San Francisco and it never Istanb~l is a city of 1 Y, i:iilhon cauf(ht up with me until I returned people. It ts located on two continents, to Seattle. Asia and Europe. 1:'h.e sea ofMarn13ra Ro evelt and the Bosphoris JOln there and form . I n L os A nge 1es, J unmy · os · ·. · I · · f 520 did not show up foi- the debate but a ,splendid harbor. t is a e_ity o sent a substitute. He. claimed that he mosques. The domes and mmarets are had lost his" voice at the Democratic every_where. Some o_f t~e mosques are convention and \vas in nO condition an1a~1ng cathedrals 1n size,. beauty and · an h ours Ion g T -v - architectural grandeur compare . · t e .m to part icipa · f' · d which 1 h· · h D · th Ty debate "40 op- with the mest eathe ra s anyw ere m s ow. ~rmg e. . . Europe. , era tor girls received telephone . c'.11ls "Istanbul is the seat of the most from people all over that area, g1vmg 'f" h' · their presidential preference. Of the magm icent palace. seen on t lS tnp. more than 20,000 calls, Ike was the ·~t surpasses Versai~les. The front of .. tha two to one Lt extends ·a half-mile. There are 400 f a von"t e · b y b e tt CI n ' 'f' · · Th I f \vhich of course made me feel very ~a.gnt 1c:ent rooms in it. e va ue o it 1s esllmated at $600,000,000. The happy. . , ,'(old used for interior decoration is I When I got to New Yo_rk ! was met worth $130,000,000. The tapestries, by Elmo R~per. He had mvited U. ~· Oriental rugs, period furniture, vases, Senator Blair_ Moody and me to be his chandaliers of crystal glass weighing guests for. dmner. When we walked up to 5 )12 tons and other furnishings into the Algonqi:in r~stauran~ the. head leave a person speechless. waiter kept s.tarmg m my direction. I "The last sultan to live in this pallookcd aro;ind .to see Who was follow- ace had 920 wives and 300 virgins in mg me. Fmally he .rushed up to me his harem. When deposed in 1923 (he and said, "Aren't you Senator East- was neglecting the affairs of state) void from Washington?''. He had seen he left to Jive in Italy with 56 wives. 1Jle on T.V. at the c,Jucago convei;"But, a banker from Chicago said, trnn. What a '!1e~ory. I guess. thats 'Yoµ haven't seen anything yet!' The why he holds his JOb as head waiter. climax came when we saw the crown During the dinner Elmo Roper, w\10. jewels. We had seem the Crown jewels is a nationally recognized pollster and in the Tower of London and did .not has his finger on the political pulse believe anything could surpass that of the nation, made these observations: amazing display. But the Turks have 1) Eisenhower is the most personally them backed off the map. There . is · ''Clarabell;" the silent d9wn featured on the popular "Three hundred gallons of cleaning popular man in America today and is room after ro9m of. so many kinds of solvent per minute is used in the Puy- better qualified· by his background, jewels an.d. articles decorated .with HOWDY DOODY television program, will make a personal.apallup Laundry and Dry Cleaning plant 1 training and experience to deal with fabulous jewels that I'll describe but peai:arice at Soine's l?ark1a.nd ShoeStqre next week. The TV comic dry cleaning process and it is in this the problems of Peace and War than one. will greet local children and distribute. free gifts in the store on continuous flow of dean, crystal-clear any other man. 2) The American peo"The Peacock throne in the days Tuesday morning, Aug. 12, between 10 a. m~ and 12 noon only. cleaning soh·ent that your clothes are plc are deeply concerned about cor- of the sultans stood in the throne · One of the favorite figures qn one of America's favorite TV gently cleaned until all dirt and soil is ruption in. government, high taxes and room of the royal palace. It is 900 removed. The continuous-flow system that one party has been in power too I years .old and in perfect condition. shows, "Clarabell'' is expected t() receive a warm welcome from eliminates all possibility of a stale or long. But in spite of these facts Roper There is % ton· of gold in it1 200 the you!lger generation during the,appearance, Although the clown rancid odor clingiug to your garments. predicted that the odds at this time pounds of enamel, 30,000 pearls, 15,- does not speak, she will "honk a hello" to every youngster present, lt assures thorough cleansing and slightly favored the Demoqats because 000. rubies and 5,000 emeralds and odorless cleaning," reports Moon Mui- of the strong support of labor, among valued at $112,000,000. The royal says Malcolm Saine. Clara bell will distributs gifts to each child during her per!ins. Negroes, the large number on the collection claims the largest pearls For Puyallup Laundry and Dry federal payroll, and a good possibility in the world, the largest ruby and the sonal appearance. These gifts will he free to all, and there will be Cleaning service phone Puyallup of the solid south. OJ]Ce. again sup- largest emerald. I quote the banker no obligation to buy shoes in .order to .obtain them. The Saines 5-6651. FREE pickup and delivery is porting the Democratic party. again-'Now I've seen everything!' ~pron1ptly assurcd.-Adv. BU.t 111 y 111 ajor assignn1ent is ·can1""rur~ey seems to b~ prosperous and just warit the kids to meet Clarapell and Clarabell will sure want pn.igning for Attorney General he.re progressive ":nd C?nfi,dent of the fu- to meet the kids. 0 in the state of Wcshington and upon ture. Dur guide said: We have fought C . . my return to Tacoma I started a heavy 22 wars with Russia and were preommg Attracl10ns schedule_ Last Friday we journeyed to. pared and unafraid of No. 23! Communit·y. Theatre Ferndale where I spoke. at th.e Old "~ .a•s.ked.. tt.e . guide if they were 56 ·h & M S · · GA 7373 Settlers picnic. About 2,000 people .rece1v1ng aid from th~ ~arshall pla;i -Lyle,·_ G:eer announ_ces. he has D .t · t._ . S .· S . were in the. paick.and I was introduced and they do. I.asked him if they didn t A new grade schoot•:is ;.ssure<i .for oors ;.open 1. 00 p.m.. at. • . un. between two acts of - p,-ofessional have. ~ plan, whereby they could help continued his downtown office the Franklin Pierce school district, 3 0 ~- m ...~~ll. thru .Fn. \.,1mkvillc. Competing with merry- deb.t-ndden. U. S. or at least pres~nt accoi:dihg.. ·,to a statement made this LnJll) };,fmws in Coml ort j r>o-rounds and fenis wheels was a new a gift so Tnmty Lutheran could bmld week:.by Morris Ford, superintendent. 11 · Nuw . ,.., · · can1pa1gn • speaku1g. · · · N,cw S r~.a.ts IilSta e cl c-xpcncncc 1n One ~ nc'v church. Our_gn1ldc whose na1nc Word has just been received from the 'vornan carnc up aftcr\vards and said is Moha1nn1cd, gnnned from ear to Federal Security agency, Office of she was so far back in the audience car." Education, Washington, D. C., that Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Aug. 6-9 that she couldn't hear a thing I said a total of $388,080.00 has been placed TIIF, WILD NORTH in reserve for use -in. the construction (Continued on Page Five) Frankli~ In Color of a nc\~ grade school on Airport road StC'v1al-t Granger - (~yd Chari.ssc at Shendan. Ready For BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON The )'ntire school construction is Franklin Pierce high school will In Color to be financed through federal funds. start regular. classes for students in Ray Milland - Forrest Tucker This money comes to us under public grades 9 to 10 on Wednesday, Sept. 3. law 815, which provides help for disSun., Mon;, Tues., Aug. 10-12 Those students who were in the tricts that have become overcrowded MY SON JOHN district last year, and who registered through military activity. Because of Helen Hayes - Van Heflin last spring, will not need to ·report the nearness to McChord .Field, Fort ON THE LOOSE before September 3. Those who are Lewis and Mt. Rainier Ordnance Joan Evans , Jvielvin Douglas new to the district are asked to regisDepot, the Franklin Pierce district, in ter before sehcool opens . Lyle Greer Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Aug. 13-16 This registration will take place in his services are now available to resiw particular the Parkland arei, has been BELLES ON THEIR TOES the Parkland grade school office any dents of this area Mr. Greer has been faced with a serious overcro\vding for 1\1yrna L.oy - Jeanne Crain day on and after Monday. Aug. 18. associated with the Farmers Insurance some time. The nrw school will do a TALK ABOUT A STRANGER Anyone seeking information may call Group for the past seven years as dis- great deal to relieve this condition. George Murphy - Nancy Davis Construction should start in time Granite 7235 at that time. Mr. Weeks. trict agent in Pierce county and will high school principal, will be in charge continue to give his full. time to the to assure its opening by September, of. the registration. company as a representative in this 1953. By the way, have you seen the new Bus routes and other information area. Farmers Insurance -Group has Pacific Avenue at Airport Road will be abnounced in later editions long been k!]own as the West's lead- high school? It would pay you to of this p11per. ing writer of auto .truck and fire in- stop and get out. of your car and walk ; 0 surance. The company offers a sub- through. , · stantial saving on all types of insurance. Mr. Greer is a resident of ParkREGISTER l ~~~~~~~~~:--~!~~~--..,.-land at 125 So. 116th St., where he Enjoy llw Healthful Benefits of will maintain bis office. S\vedish 1-1assa.fic in the Privacy Anyone interested in making a savof Your Home or Mine ing on his insurance should call Mr. H. C. BALLARD, MASSEUR Greer at Granite 3637. 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Beverly Corri.ll:an GR 8545 TI1c Neighborhood "Sew and So" club 111ct at the home of Mrs. Jo Hart last Thursday evening, July 31. Those attending besides the hostess were Mesdames Hrlen Zook, Jcny McNabb, Darlene Hari-is, Faye Harris, Orpha Siehl, Nadine Dimond, Shirley Lawrence, Shirley Collier, Ann Car- agent and consented to be an adviser son, Viola Townsend and Billie Tuller. to the council and their, <laughter, The hostess served a delicious lunch- Susan were also at camp. COIL Wednesday evening was Interna~~unty CamP'. Great .~ve_nt . tion night and many of the members , A hr.•c? group of ca.mpcrs retu_r~_c_d di·esscd for the occasion and later put 11,rnm.. I 11ddy f,1 om the annual Pierce on skits pertaining to different naCounty '1-H. Camp held last week at tions with mixed dancin finishin \fil,lcrsylva~"1,park .on Deep ~.akc past up tl;e evening. Tuesday e~ening, be~ qh rnpia. Evct yonc. thornughly en- .sides the movies there was also a Joyed_ thc~tsclvcs._ Th~ . classes we;c scavenger hunt 'marshmcllow roast ;:specially rntcrestmg .. lhc. newswr;t- group 'Singing a'nd Indian stories told 1,n g cl_ass, u~1dcr . the cjirc~t10n of Cal by Flore~cc Allen'. Thursday iiight .\nclrison from the Washrngton State was the candle lighting ceremony, bcc~ll:!'ic, pu.t ol'.t a daily newspaper side the slides, and then finishing up ~,1lkd Intcrnat!onal Camp~r wlueh. with mixed dancin . kept each one up on the latest news . Attending from ~idland were Maraud. gossip. . . . ··1 lene Corrigan and Elizabeth Weir . 1hc c.rafts classes,. under the di.re.c- .fro. m the M.idland Clover club, t1on of Florence All~n~ county agent,. Jeanine :tvl:alray from the Happy Mrs. Saxton ai:d Slurlcy Andrews; ·.Hearts club and Joan Arterburn, made. many. ~rticles of katl:cr an~· Joanne Morud, Sharron Esh peter, also wooden dish pl.acques wl:ich the) Glenna Parriott, Sandra Little and decorated. with J~arntcd designs and Jo •cc 'Vebbcr from the Midland Girls then varmshed,·, r><>1rls.. at ch.arm school ,.1·- H> c1u1J, w1'th · .!M rs. El mer ·M oru d an d r:l~sscs, under, d1rei::twn of ~rs . ., Bu- Mrs. Walter Corrigan and Pat as ch,man, .lcari:ccl how to walk1 st.ind, chaperones, Home From Hospital keep their h(llf groomed and sit properly and that to act nat_urally will L'. 1 B ·I . R d .· k d h· nnke "OU IDOI'C "tt1·oct1vc Soc·1 ol 1tt c ai Jara 0 llC ' aug ter of ' · ' '' " .. · " j M r. ancJ M rs. G eorge R 0 d nc ·· k ·J dancing classes under the direction ' r., ' ·' · ' · is h . f h 1 · of Erme Hopp, county agent, learned now ome rom er o~g siege at th h · t f th f • d h the hospital and is walkmg around cit as1rH cps o ~ ox ]trot an. td e on her o~n power with the aid of la ccre~om~lsl aslscs, un er braces She has made a wonderful re~ IC . Jfectif n do. h orn f e ~no_, coun- covery and we all hope that everyY agcnt,dlrn 1·c la:·gc o t .e unphrel.sd- thino- heals fine so that she wi.11 not s1vc ·d can c. 'h ig 1trng services e · Th need"' any more operations. It is· cer• a\ mg t. h I . d tainly a wonderful thing that they 1 t ll . e ~ otograhp fy c ass .carne. Ito saved her leg after the terrible accie. a P otograp rom a picture, t1.e d . ·h h h skits and stunts class under direction ent w 1ien . s e was s ot e1ow t 11e of Helen Heil, put.' 011 several· ~kits knee. S!1e still has a lon.g pull before for entertainment after meals and the every_thrng turns out nght and we swimming cla~ses, under the 'direction . all wish her lots of luck! of Mrs. Rose Crosseto, Mrs. Edith HM and L Plans Field Day McGill and Mrs. Genevieve MladThe HM and L Volunteer Ffrc inich, really. acco1. yplished wonders in department is sponsoring a. field.. day the short time they had for classes at Dawson field Sunday, Aug. 17, to and several members received Red which all people of the area arc corCross certificates., I dially invited. Bring picnic lunch for Monday evening the counselors the lo'clock dinner. . . were selected from among the senior A pet parade for children 1s schedmembers and those elected for the ulcd to start from the Midland Imcamp session were Joan Arterburn provemcnt club hall at 12:30, the chi!head counselor; Dale Tibbits Bever!; dren to parade to Dawson field. The Na~ucci, ponna Severtscn, 'Dorothy fire depar~ment will put on a ~ig Keil, Manon Iversen, Gene Smith and demonstration. Other groups are mKatherine Jensen and each one was vited to participate with demonstrain charge of a group of campers for tions of various kinds. Anyone in-· the entire session. terested should contact Floyd Ayers The nurse, Mrs. Baginski was kept or Dave McPherson. 1 pretty busy with minor affli~tions. The Cacatian Trip meals, one of the big items of any Mrs. Frank Becklund just returned camp, were wonderful and were in from a two weeks vacation. trip to charge of Miss Gertrude Armbruster California with her mother and father county agent, and the able hands. o'f where they visited relatives, Mrs. Harry Lee and Mrs. Heil. All members were sorry to hear that this was the last official ac:t for Miss Armbruster as a member of the Pierce County Extension staff as she will be . !eavin~ Aug. 8 for Corndl unh,,.rsity rn Ith1ca, N. 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· • largely unworkable. Legislation should Armand R. Moceri be enacted which will clear the way Youth Council Dance in Pierce county, having. graduated for a practical and integrated solution The Tacoma Youth Council is givfrom Sumner high school m 1~42 as of the drainage problems of our area. ing another all-city dance at the South the valedictorian of his class. Upon Among other problems which face Tacoma Community center Saturday, graduat.ion from high school he be- us is the immediate planning for the Aug .. 9, 9 p. m. to 12. Committee . came operator and later co-owner of long ·range financing ·of a school con- chairmen are Jerry Petrick, Tom . ' '.. s· . . Paul Mocen Farm near umner which struction program adequate to meet O'Toole and John Sisul, admission; h h f 11 d A I e as success u Y manage . rmanc the needs of our rapidly growing pop- Nancy Otto and Marilyn PJuss, pubMoceri has been active in agricultural ulation. licity; Jerry Petrick and Nancy Otto, circles in Pierce county.. He has been The program of restocking of lakes music; Sally .Diebert, . checkroom; elected four consecutive terms and is and streams with game fish should be Mitzie Pinch and Betty Petri, refreshpresent chairman of th.e Pierce County intelligently expanded to include more F arm L a b o1. ·c ommi'tt ee. El cc t e d as a lakes and streams that arc readily ments. Jj:veryone welcome. director of the. P':'yallup Valley Berry accessible to the general fishing P.ublic. Grow~rs. Assoc1atrnn, and secretary of Armand Moceri believes that a sethe Pierce County Farm Labor Ad- rious effort must he made to solve , b d these and other problems. He feels visor". oar · . . Intimately aequair:ted. with the that he has the qualifications to propneeds .of ~he 25th distnct, Arma·nd erly represent and serve the people Moceri will ;;idvocate. cnactmen~ of of the 25th district. Weekly GARBAGE Collections fa~ .marketrng lcgislat10n. Such Phone GR. 8688 legi.slat10n ha. s. b_r~:mg.·ht. greater ·J?roS-1 ~-· . · · · .. · :· :. penty and stabi!tty to. the agncul· £ '8 tura[ ar~as of Cahforma and other ,. ;;::Jfll I progressive states .. We hav~ no statutes · ~;::;:;;::::;:::;::;:;:;a!:B""""""wfl' m o_ur. state which j)royide for_ the marketrng of the pn~iciJ?al agnculTo Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hess, Rt. 3, tural products of our di_stnct. Box 290, a son A'ug. l. Reasonable Rates The present inadequate conditions To Mr. and Mrs. Norman Juel, of our county and small city roads 1002 Pacific Highway S. W., a son and brid11es are due to th.c. lack of Au.i:;. 1. funds. This deplorable cond1t10n must 1 o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Myron, be remedied by a reallocation of gas Rt. 7, Box 370-A, a son July 29. tax rev~nue so that more money will · To Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Young, • be available for this purpose. Annand 8012 So. G St., a daughter July 30. Ameru:an Art Moceri will fight for more money for To Mr. and Mrs. Blaine McKanna, C t p• t .F • these roads and bridges. Rt. 13, Box 785, a daughter July 31. us om IC ure ranung One of the most serious problems To Mr. and Mrs. Stan Novotncy, BR 4327 of our county .is drainage and diking. 6615 Portland Ave., a son July 31. L . Present state laws pertaining to tlrainTo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovell, Rt. Ave. age and diking arc inadequate and 1 l. Box l ·16, a daugh11t::c:r_:J!_'u:'.:l~y'_:'_3~1:_._ ___!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -

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COMPLETE' tractor work •. Loosening · ground and levelin 000 Average lawn :i;12.oo~ Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf . . .. AUTO GLASS INST_ALLED-Auto Upholstery,. convertible tops. MA. 2200, Arts Glass Co., 816 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50

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(Mrs,) Jennie L. Grodvig PRICES EFFECTIVE AUG. 8-9 ~,...,..,~....."""'~"""~"""'!!!'!!'!!!!!!:~' ,<EPTIC TANKS CLEANED......,.Con- GR 7232 clays, GR 8210 eves. ancl Sun. FOR RENT-2-bcdroom house in tents hauled a;yay. Don. Redford, 3 ACRES FINE VALLEY SOIL 16311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 north end. Call SK 3209. 10c47 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no EXCELLENT family home, full base- ·Member Tacoma Real Estate Board FOR RENT-Large front bedroom in answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf mcnt, dandy fireplace, hardwood private home on Steilacoom "lake; floors, nice variety of fruit trees and HOME AND INCOME near McChorcl and Mt. Rainier shrubs; for appointment call Mr. Ordnance Depot; transportation if Carlson, HA 4768 or Mr. Peterson, PARKLAND. Lovely family home, 2 desired. LA 3921. 10d7 bedrooms (possibly. 3), living room, SK 1413. Sheet Rock Taping, Texturing separate dining room, spacious cabiTRADE OR SELL and Pa,inting net kitchen, nook, nicely landscaped ACREAGE AND CUTE 2-bedroom FREE ESTIMATES grounds with family garden in. ·home, located on good highway, WASHING MACHINE PARTS -:-. PLUS rental unit that pays all overcxc.ellent water system; some fruit Largest stock in town. Repairing GR 7770 head. Large garage with income posand .berries, outbuildings for cow that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, sibilities. WIDOW must sell. A fine and chickens; owner will consider 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf property priced to sell now. Call Qy beach or city home of $6,000 value. STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Well Drilling Ball, BR 3237 or MA 1010. S-03. Mr. Lemm, BR 5291. Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 36 Months to Pay HAROLD A. ALLEN CO. SPARKLING NEW Pacific Ave. MA 4767. EstablfShed Terms Lakewood Branch RAMBLER, 3 extra large bedrooms, in 1872. 9618 Gravelly Lake Dr. 1,230 square feet on floor, picture Call Turner LA 3237 CUSTOM GUNSMITH- Rebarrelwindows in living-dining rooms, ing, head-spacing, stock work, rebeautiful kitchen with natural birch cabinets; large utility room, 2-car bluing. Guns and ammunition. Jerry Home11 in Parkland Oomnmnity; · BETTER garage, automatic oil heat, over Shannon, Mt. Road, near Loveland. VENETIAN BLINDS half acre of fine soil for garden; bet- A~ close in, either with or withPhone Graham 537. llctf FOR LESS ou.t buildings. ter hurry on this. It's only $9,950. STEEL slats with plastic tapes at 1413 only 49c per sq. ft. ' or Mr. ~~so~~t~~0 i'os~~ ALDERMAN'S COLLINS ROAD 11220 Pacific Ave. 5425 Pacific Ave. HI. 2200 5 ACRES GOOD SOIL, fine building Office.,-Days, GR 3341 3ctf site, city utility and school bus by Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 property, really excellent terms. Mr. Agent for American Express Wishing to sell, arc invited to call Carlson, HA 4768. PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer Money Orders or come in for appraisal and infor40 ACRES, 2 HOMES Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing mation concerning consignment of LOCATED ON GOOD HIGHWAY, CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAYyour car. Call large home has 2 bedrooms, space , MENT INSURANCE PLAN. for m~i·c, c>;tra large living roo:i1, WE NEED listings of.all kinds. Farms, attractive kitchen '.lnd nook, t_1lc acreage, lots, building sites, homes 9415 Pac. Ave. HI 5100 ?ath, second house 1s new, .has h_v(new or old, l, 2, 3 ancl 4 bedan cl mg room, bedroom and cabmet lotroo1ns). We have cash buyers wait· 1532 So. Tac. Way HA 5533 GRanite 8905 chen, can be sold separate; 25 acres ing. ~~~'~"" plow ground;.ba!ance pasture; good· I· Y.. ,,,._.,... set of outbu1ldmgs. Contact Mr. · ·. . · • · c~3w .. • ""'• Lemm, BR 5291. Property Management ......, InsuranC(. GARDEN SERVICE KNUTE LOil.AND ROTO TILLING LAKE HOME Notary Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, FIFTY FEET OF BEAUTIFUL · Member . of Tacoma Real Estate Board MOTORS FRONTAGE, concrete patio, lovely Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369 dressing maintenance~ (}A. 5885. HI. 2722. · 3ctf yard and an cx:cllen.t 4--bcclroom FOR SALE-4· high level lots l50 Known for Good, Clean Sharp modern ho1;1e wit~ Jir~placc, full foct deep, lights, water, bus; $4-25; LAND CLEAR~NG and leveling; Cars bascnwnt, air cond1t1onmg furnace GR 7102. 9p48 reasonable rates by hour or contract. an? hardw.ood floors throughout. FOR SALE-3 -bcclroom rndiant oil Rt. 7, Box 195-X. GR 4294. 3.ctf Priced to sell at $11,500. Mr. Pet1ieat 1101_nc "o bl oc ks from L a k·cw.oocl WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level crson, SK 1413, or Mr. Imeson, PR 0081 · Center m oak grove. G. E. dish- WORDS cannot tell you how nice buildings; concrete work. Reasonthey really are. Sec them before .TODA Y'S BARGAIN ;vashcr, lovely patio and I-:ndscapable. GR 3550.-3ctf. you buy. ON THIS D \NDY SOUTH END 2mg. 9621 Seeley Lake Dnxc, LA DRAINAGE - Septic tank installa- ·'b JI f. • · j. ~ 7095., 9c4-7·- '50 CADILLAC "62" 1-dr. R., H., e<lroo1n )Ung-alow,_ ru1t trees anc tion; side sewers; earth work of any lots of space for garden with these i I• OR S.~LE,-;-_3-bedroom ranch style Hydra-Matic, visor, back-up lights, type; by hour or contract. Hauser 4- lots. Total price only $4,950 with home 111 11lhcum. Owner, LA 32'1-9. U. S. Royal Master Mid Century & Seifert. BR. 9141; Res. GR. 8121. tires, exceptionally low mileage, good tcims. Mr. Carlson, HA 4768. 9p4-7 3ctf very, very clean ._. ........ ,...... $3,495 CUTE AND MODERN ONE ACRE of good ground; new 23-BEDROOM BUNGALOW, Linbedroom house; brick front and '50 OLDS. "98" 4-clr. R. and H. Hycoin-Whitman district, fine fenced flower boxes, fireplace, double. gadra-Matic; W.S.W. Only 17,000 Alan's lot and only one block to bus and rage. On Golden Given. Owner will actual miles --····--·--··············· $2,29.'i SALES AND SERVICE carry contract. Van Gilder. Call LA '50 CHRYSLER New Yorker. R&H, stores, excellent terms with immc, House and Commercial Makes cliatc possession. Mr. Carlson, J:IA 2012; 99 Real Estate, Tacoma, automatic shift, WSW tires, fenBoard Member. 9p47 Motor Service Washer Service 4-768, or Mr. Imeson, PR 0081. der skirts, spotlite, chrome win. FOR SALE-House, rurnishcd, newly GR. GG62 161st & Paiific Av:e. clow shades A beautiful car, $2295 painted, fenced in, large lot. One '50 BUICK Super Riv., 4-door, R&H Next Door to Target Sport Stoxe mile from Roy "Y" on !\fountain Dynaflow, U. S. Royal master Spanaway ~ M.cmber Taco:ipa R.cal Estate Board highway, second house back from 1105- 7 Commerce St. MA 2156 mid-century tires, two tone, EZ l~ighway. Monthly pnymcnts $35. ROTOVATING, blade work; no job ·· -- · - · ··· · glass. Real sharp .......... _. .... $2,350 Rt. 1, Box 261-F. 9p1·7 too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. '5.0 BUICK Super Riv. Coupe, R&H 3ctf 5 AC:RES-$700 DOWN .Dynaflow, low mileage and clean. l~Rentals ....................... , ................. ,...... $2295 HOUSE MOVING; leveling; founda- THREE-BEDROOM home, garage tions; cement work; free estimates. · and barn. Full price $4,500. Call '51 FORD Victoria. R. and H., 0. Mr. Smith, GR 3624 or GR 4162. PR 2653. 3ctf D ................................, ........ $2,175 P ARKLAND-2 Y2 ACRES 'ACE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE '50 BUICK Special deluxe 4-door. R, THIS IS NIC:E-2 bedrooms, large 0. It Ackley, owner. Septic tanks and H., Dynaflow, E-Z glare glass, living rpom, lots of cupboard space. cleaned, contents hauled away. GR. ········--········--·····-----················ $1,89.'i Nicely fenced and only 3 years o\d. 4·34·3; if no answer, call HA. 5704-. ))ARKE,AN;I) WESTERN AUTO '49 OLDS 98 4·-door, R&H, HydraLet's go sec it. Call Mr. Inloes, GR ctf Airport & Pacific G:.i,l 3,11 ~ matic, visor WSW tires ....... $1895 3.62+ or I-IA 25'17. MAYTAG - FRIGIDAIRE GR,AHAM-40 ACRES '51 PLY. Cranbrook. R., H., clean BENDIX Service Headquarters 4,ROOM unfinished house. 5 or 6 ........................................ -. .. _. $1, 785 Any Make Wringer Type acres of peat soil. Fenced. Only FOR RENT-2- and 3-room modern '50 PACKARD de luxe 4--dr. R., H., cottages and apartments; all utiliGuaranteed Used Washers $.3,500. Convenient terms. Mr. InUltramatic. A real deal ...... $1,695 · For Sale ties paid; laundry facilities; $.60 to loes, GR 3624 or HA 2547. $75 per month. Oakland Court, in- '51 FORD V-8 2-dr., R.&H .... $1695 VINCENT'S SERVICE 1 ACRE-,-FURNISHED side city limits. HA 9688. lOctf '50 CHEV. Styline Deluxe Club HA 3097 2-BEDROOM home with a small 3ctf 5620 South Tacoma Way Coupe ................. _. ............... $1,595 sJeeping room. Large kitchen and FOR RENT-Completely furnished 1- and 2-bcdroom apartments, all '50 FORD Custom V-8 2-door, R&H, PAIN.TING, papering, latest paper bath. Refrigerator, electric stove, lOctf utilities paid. GR 6770. samj)les. Free cs.t. Ray Westrom, washing machine, davenport and overdrive. Choice of two ..... $1595 rug. Must sell at the reduced price FOR RENT -Furni~hcd 2-room ca- '50 FORD Custom V-8, R&H. $1,54-5 BR2«0. 3~ of $8,500. Call Mr. Daimncl, GR bins, $'.lO per month; 9312 So. Ta- '49 PLY. Special de luxe 4-dr. R., 3.624- or GR 3684·. coma Way. 10p49 H ......................................... $1,345 NEW, UNFINISHED-$1,800 FOR RENT-2-bcclroom bungalow, .'49 FORD Custom V-8 4·-dr. R. and 2-BEDROOM home on 4lots. LiveG.IRL WANTED for light- housework. fully furnislwd, in Parkland, $45. H .......... _. ............................. $1,295 able. Call Mr. Inloes, GR 3624 or Call GR 5561. 5c47 GR 5344- or GR 3526. lOctf '48 OLDS. "98" 4-dr. sedan. R. and HA 254-7 . WANTED-Reliable laclyc for child FOR RENT---Srnnll business bui!Cling, H., Hyclra-Matic, visor and spot1 ACRE-PARKLAND care, good wages; GR 5946 5c4-7 suitable for offices, on Garfield St. litc. A real buy ...................... $1,295 NEW, 2-hcdroom home. G. I. apin Parkland. GR 534-4- or GR 3526. HELP WANTE.D-Woman living in praised at $0,775. Immediate posJ Octf 49 !'ORD V-8Pickup. A real, real Parkland vidnity to cl.can one clay n session. Call Mr. Inloes, GR 362•1clean one. . ............................. $995 CC)MPLETEL Y FU_R_N_I_S_I_I_E_D-->;-~ cw week; must be r2liablc, neat and or HA 2:H7. thorough; $1 an hour. Ca.ll GR .2-bcclrobm, living room, dinette, '4-1 STUDE. Champ. 4·-dr. R., H., 2 BEDROOMS-TRADE O.D ......................................-.. $345 59.70. 5c47 l'OR AN ACREAGE. Nearly corn, kitchen, bath, utility room; floor furnace; hardwood floors, basement; '•11 BUICK special scclanct. R. & II. plctcd new home with full bas~c a good buy at ··--··--·············--' $3+5 lawn and trees. Close to McChord, mcnt. Next to Spanaway school. Rainier, Madigan and Fort Lewis; '-10 PLYMOUTII sedan·········--· $195 LOST.,-Scotch Terrier puppy, v1cmCall Mr. l{annon, GR 3624- or GR Or as is ................ ,................. $165 for rent or lease, $75. So. 136th and ity of 113th and C Sts.; child's pct; 6896. So. Yakima, GR 5061. 10c1-7 '•lO CHEV. 4·-dr .• R&H ,._. .......... $285 call HI 2012 or GR 434-5. HARTS LAKE LOOP ROAD FOUND - Brown Pekingese dog. 4-0 ACRES, 3.-bcdroom home. Garage. FORRENt-=2:1)cd~~~~r1 mo~lcrn Local Bank Terms - Trade Barn, chicken houses.- 25 . acres home, unfurnished; clean, fenced Saturday night; owner identify and Up to 24 months to pay cleared. Its a buy at $5.775. Terms. yard. $60. HI 364-'.I. 10p4-7 pay for ad; GR '.i282 6c4·7 Call Mr. Inloes, GR 362·1:. or HA FOR RENT-2-bedro.om unfurnish~d Open till 8 P. M. 2517. house; electric stove, automatic furSPAN AWAY n::i.ce, refrigerator. $55. Ent.ranee Cash for Goocl, Clean Late Model CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 50261 GET SETTLED for the school term. Mc.Chord Field, phone HI 1916. Cars or Will Sell Your Car for You . So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241, 8ctf Nearly new 2-bcdroom home with !Op4-7 USED FURNITURE. Also generous . an unfinished attic. Corner loc4tion. FOR RENT--Furnish.ed apartment, 3 l{NYTE LOU-4.ND rooms and bath; extra nice, allcelcc.• 1'.. Inlocg,. tric, automatic furnace 4eat; all GR. 3941. 8ctf SOUTH 88th and D: lovely 2-bedu.tilitics furnished; very hon1cy; one SPOT CASH room home and 4- lots, runnin17 foll infant baby accepted; good South Where Your Dollar For Your Us.ed Furniture block cast; good garagc 1 chicken Tacoma location; close to two bus Goes Farther 1 Piece or House Full house, lovdy . garden, mcc lawn: lines. Phone HI 831 7. l Oc4-7 Block's Fvrniture Mart $8,800 full price, good terms. Call 14-02 So. G. St. HA 4112 FOR RENT-3-room furnished mod8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 'Mr. Inloes, GR 362-1· or HA 2547. ern house, 1 mile cast of McChord FOR SALE-'48 Buick super 2-door WANTED TO B.UY-Old cars for on Spanaway Lake. GR 6362. 10p47 sedan in ·good cond.ition. $1,075. junk. GR. 7847. 8ctf Member Tacoma Real istate Board FOR RENT Phone 5-2875, Puyallup. 12d7 Lovely 2-bedroom RADIATORS, scrap iron, junk cars 9920 Pacific Avenue GR. 3624 home, newly decorated; near Lake- FOR SALE-'38 Chevrolet convertiand batteries. Puy. 5-2141. Hecker, WILL TRADE equi°ty, Parkland home wood Center, close to McC:hord; ble, or will trade for livestock; sec the Wrecker. for trailer house, or sell equity. GR large fenced-in yarcl, attached ga· at service station between Roy and Sctf 3089. 9p47 rage. LA 3921. 10d7 McKcnna. 12p+7

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. , FOR. ?ALE - S!xteee m.m. Bolcx m!'.'v!e ca~era with 1 f. 1.1· Hekto,~ Rapid; 2 . .f. 1.6 telephoto and Y, f. .2.7 wide angJ·e;· filters, case and panhead tripod. $385. See at Young's Gift Shoppe. Call GR 5559. . . l5p47 FOR .SALE-110,gal. oil tank and stand. $15. 8438 So. A. 15p47 FOR SALE-Coldspot refrigerator;' Elcctroday range, excellent condition. HI 364-3. 15p'17 -·FOR SALE-Dining table, Duncan Phyfe,. extends. to scat .16 people ( 5 leaves) closed size' 36" by +2u; four chairs, early American finish; also 3-piece.. bedroom set, dark finish, beautifully grained. Any reasonable offer will be accepted. Call GR 597Q. . ' 15c47

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l.'OR SALE-Alexander Smith 100% wool r\lg:and pad, 9x15, $60; smaller rug; $25; 6-year crib and mat· tr. ess, $.15;. w. ood heater, $3; single. met.al bed, $3; oil heater in good 15c4-7 condition, $15; GR 3133. FINE TOP SOIL . Rich and black; delivered. Call Puyallup 5-8228. 15cti FOR SALE-2-beproom home, 1950 deluxe model Kelvinator electric range, small da.Yenport, sev1ing ma .. chine, garden tools, breakfast set. HL 9386. 8839 So. D. 15p47 f

16-livestock & Equip. HORSE SHOEING now available every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, Box 475, Graham. J. R. Young. 16ctf MILK COWS, sold on terms. Gamn:ion, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4 miles south of Summit. 16ctf FOR SALE-Gaited Appaloosa ~,;-~~~ . gentle but lots of spirit; good.cattle and pleasure horse. Also Western saddle and gear. LA. 2977. 16c+7 FOR SALE-3-ycar-old spotted Shetland pony mare, saddle and bridle, $175. GR 3333. 16p17 LUCKY HARVESTER-6-year-old bay gelding, well broken.for saddle, about 1,200 lbs .. Puyallup 5-5108. · 16p47

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Times journal v 7 no 47 aug 7, 1952  
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