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U~der auspices of the S~. Cecelia Guild of All Saints church, a ,rummage sale will be held Sept. 12 and 13 at the pa,rish hall. Mrs. H, L. Sherry, GR 5330 i~; general chairman. 'and Mrs. A. F. Welsh the telephone chairman. Donations may be left at Otto Bergman'.s_ store, 318 96th, or will be picked up. Proceeds will be used for equipment of the parish hall for youth activities.

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School will open in all Franklin Pierce schools on Wednes- i' day, Sept. 3. For the first few weeks it will be necessary to oper- lf}l[ill(f ate on a twp-sbift basis in the Park;land scbool. At Parkland the U:D\ - kindergarten arades 1 2 and 3 will operate on a full schedule. 'l.'hr l_.·ollowin" ... '..•..·rv interesting 1 Th. ~ 9th and '(Och gr;des (bighschool) and the 5tb grade will letter h:1s brcn '~-e(·r·iv(:d fro1n Rev. attend school from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00·~, - ·

Ernest E. Steen, pa:;tor of 'Trinity noon. Gr~<les 4, 6, 7 ~n~ 8 will hold Schnuggcr, 1st: \'irg;inia Scn~)~trg', 1."'.'.th.cran drnre.·h :A . Parkland, who. school from 12:~0 to ·.·l:.>O p.rn. . !st; Ruth Sha.ff, !st; Hd.cn H., !ate, \VJ]] soon be co1Jta1g ho1nc after a I-ligh school and grade 5 buses in 8th: l .. ois Trtcr11d, 6th; I-Ir-kn I urnU1:ce-uymths t1ip to E!1ropc and the Parkfand will be starting al 7:1.5 a. er, 4th; Ardis Walker, remedial.1-c.adNear J~,ast. PrcsJdl'.11~ S. _C. Eastvold 111 ., CO\Tring the following routes: ing; June VV~Lltt'r, 4·Lh; Uttu W1ck, of PLC h;is been w1lh ·]um for most Bus No. I-Airport mad to Waller, 5th. Q1 lhe Journey. to Knapp, east on Knapp to VickDistrict assignments . George Bu:uSnrprising opportunities con1e to cry, south to Collins, west to Waller~ ras, instrurnenta.l OfChestr.a; Hazel J. people at li1ucs. The reference to op- south to Brookdale road, west to Pa~ Schmallc, art• LeRoy Spitzer, vocal; portunity has to do 'lllith intervif'.\NS cific avenue, south to Orchard Hill, Robert Winters instrurnental band; that Dr. Eastvold and I have just had east to C., north to 138th, west to Pa- Dolores Schmeehel, nurse. v;ith l(ing r~Ia;:,1kun and \Vith Cru\vn cific avenue, north tb Tulc Lake, Custodial High school, \ 7crnc Prince Olaf at tlw palace in .Oslo. west to East Airport, north to 116th, Young; Central Avenue, Oscar Beck, "While at a conference at Hwrdal,' east to Park avenue, south to Parkland Jund, Pauline Siegel; Collins, Ira north of Oslo, with representatives of school. ' Reese, Yonan Curtis; Midland, Elthc Church of· :'\orway and American Bus No. 2-Park avenue to 1l2th, mer Schrag, Edgar Redrno;1d, Helen churchmen, arrangements were ma.de west to Ainsworth, north to 102nd Farr; Parkland, Walter \ oung J\1by D;: East\'old for tj1e audience with . west to Park avenue, south to school. fre~ Olson, Donald- Recd, David the Kmg and the .Crown Pnnce. The I Buse.s for kindergarten, 1, 2 and 3 Strittmatter, Harnet Adams, W11l1am story _of the cxpenence follows. J will be the same as last year, starting Laustesen, . . "We p1Tsentc~ oursrlvrs to. thf': pick..,Up at 8:15 a.n1. '_ Bus Dnversr· ~ yonan. Curtis, secretary of the kmg at the appointed 1 Afternoon.. classes at Parkland, Howard Lee, YI ilham Shanah.nL tir~1e. T'hc secretary, a Naval _capla1n, grades 4, 6, 7 and 8, '"'ill have the bnefed us. /\rnong other things, he j san1c bus service on the same schrdSnid that the_ audience bst.cd usual!v; ule as last year, with" buses starting about 10, lllll!utcs; the Kmg· woul.d pick-up at 12:00 noon. · C~ndadate give the s1gn- '\Vht>n we were 10 le:n·c At Midland the high school buseR by s!and;r;'. up.. . . will start picking up at 7:15 a.m. All "1 he !<.mg greeted us, ~ordial1.y. high school students will board the De Ec;stvc!d '~as t~1: 'P°'"''il 118 n. 111 bus at the original high school stops, extcnd1ng grcc11ngs. I lw cc:nvc:rsa~ion as of last year. Bus routes ·as follov,rs: ,t1.1at C•:llow•·'l WdS \<TY mtcrestmg. Bus No. I-Starting Midland school I he l<.ing, cksp1tc his 80. yca:s, La_s north to 98th, west to Portland a great deal of pcrso1rn!tty and v1- avenue north to 84th west to Portiality, The visit continued for 30 land :outh to 96th ~ast to Waller minutes hdorc the king arose. When road'. north to 84th'. west to Wilkewe walked out the door, we met the son north to 72nd .west to. east F Secretary of Sta~e fi:om Holland, me~t other bus. ' ' w~o had been cooling his heels for. 20 'Bus No. 2-Starting at Midland minutes \Vhilc 'vc conver::i:ctl overtnne school'- north to 98th east to Golden with the King. Given' north to 80th 'east to F north c''Thc l\. in.S;'s scc1Ttary then told to 70~d mFct bus '\Vest to :Pacific us that the Crown ~rince h:td invited soutl; to' Parldand. ' ' Central Avenue bus route starts at us tu con1c to SCP h1111. We JUn1ped at the opportunity, The personable Central Avenue school, west to Cro\vn Prin_ce was _a~so a chunn1ng \7ickerY, noith to, 80th, easl to Canhost :ind krpt us until vvc suggested yon, south to Summi't View, meet Ephraim D. Mills that we had better not take any m~re Collins bus. <>f his lime. Imagine our surprise Collins bus route starts at Collins Ephraim D. Mills, of Tacoma, is a Whl·n rlgain we met the Secretary of school to Makom Mc.Larty, south to candidate for congress-at-large on the State from Holland waiting for'us to Maple, west on Curran, north to Colemni.w so he could enter. We wonder ]ins school west to Waller north to Republican ticket. He was born in what lw was thinking by thot time! Allison, cast to Mile B, no1'.th to Air- Jackson county, lo\va, -in 1B88, nnd ''Both l{ing and Crow1~ Prince are port, east 'to Summit Vie\v, 1neet after living in the New England and Southern states, he came tj/ Washingand dcn:ioc:rat1c pr:nional- Central Avenue bus.. ton, where has hns been a bona fide crrc very rnucli loved by Grade school bus runs in Central resident for over A-2 years. suoiects aqd we could well Avenue Collins and Midland will be Mr. Mills is a vetsrnn of World untters_~aud '\v.hy after vis}-ting .with the ·san;e as- last Year. _\Var I, having ser)led- in ·the Americari them. I sllppose th~ war experience Teacher assignments for the distFirst division, and has be.en in 25 d~9p_cncd _ tht~ i:elationsl11p Ior ~l~ey r~ct a:cc ~s follo\vs: Superintendent, states and six furcizn counlric·s. For sJ:~_tr<l -very trying f'Xprr.1enecs. 1 he Morrjs E. Ford; assistant superintend- 30 years he vvas, a clerk jn private Jun15 spo~.c of those cxpe~1cnccs. _ _ ent, Ed\vin L. Nelson; secretary, 1-irs. law offices. He is now en1ploycd by 1 he I<.mg has ruled lus people for Robert Lynd, . 4 7 )Tars end b.1s not lost the common High school~Orvil!e D, Weeks the Northern Pacific Railway company, in Tacoma, find jg a n1en1ber tcuch .. 'J'be. c:ro'A·n . Prine~ is very princ,ipal; Elaine Turner, clerk; much like his father rn havmg- a very Elithe L Adams, home economics; of the International -Association of dcrnocrnllc attitudr;. ~e lrarncd, too, Gladys K: Carlson, English; Harold Machinists. t!u~t the roy;:il family is devotedly re- J. Evans, guidance; Lottie P. Greghg10us and t.hat they are re.i;ularly, at I ory, mathematics; Robert J. HagMostly About worship srn:ices, qnc could well w_ish Jund, social science; Ray Jacobs, shop: that all nations '.mght have the kmd Clifforrl R. McMillan, science, of kadetShtp enjoyed by the people Richaid C. Moon Eng-lish · Ella 011 or Nor\vay. ' son, English; Ma'rgar~t P: Phillips, hf':llthi La_tin_; Robert C. Richardson, health social science; Df'lbf'rt Schafer, science, botany; Norman Scott, mathCmatics, .science; 1\rnold Ton1111ervik, physical education, social sc.ienCe; Thomas B. VVilson, con1~ nicrcial; Barbara Young, Spani~h. I High school students me asked to ' I. bring $1,50 the first day of school for Enjoy th1' Healt11ful Benefits of I the physical education ·towel fees, a Swcd.-.i_::-;h Ivfa!'\sagc i.n the ~rivacy required subject. o! Your I-lonw or Mme Central Avenue school Albert H. C. BALLARU, MASSElJR J Reihs, principal; Wesley Benson, 5th; For 1\ ppuinttncnt Phone Llla L. Boynton, 2nd; C. E. Cairns, 1WENINGS 17th; Lyle Catt 8th: Marie Catt, 6th; 'Tacon1~, Gl-lanitc 4<14·1 Char] Mensen, kindergarten~ Victoris .K Sanner.ud, 3~d; Elizabeth Stolen, INS 'JRA"!CE · ·' ·-"' 1st; Caroline Wmtcrs, 4th. CLAY ROLEY AGENCV Collins school - David Turn~ull, B Clarence La Crosse 98th and Portland Avenue prrnc1pal; Gertrude Anderson, .nd; Y GR 3501 · Rr-bcrt Br'lss, ~th; Nancy Lee parr, Labor Day Doings 4·th; Russell I<ulkerson, 4th; E.sthcr Labor Day, traditional day of OPTOMETRISTS J-L L"mb, !'it'1; Myrtle Larson 1st; rodeos is •not without exception this DR. L RICHARD M.cGH\K Nina La:son,, .6th; John Lcque, 7th; year. Number one event in the s.tate l\Ioclem Eye Care Ruthmanc lennent, .kmdcrgartrn; is. the Ellensburg Rodeo which 1s a 4801~ Sci« Yakin1a HA- 2113 I Mar~ W. \Nr>eks; 2!1<l· . three day cvcnl, Satur<lay, Sunday Midb~d _school - Perry C. Kc1th- and Labor Day . . . don't miss the REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE lty, pnncipal; Lena McFarland, drama, excitement packed into three NOTARY <;erk; Wes.Icy E_ Anderso.n" 6th; H. clays when. top cowboys and cowgirls L Ross Bischoff'. 7th, .Wilham Cut- of the natton compete fur the stakes ROY V. ROSTEDT ncr, 7th; Borghtld El3cnholm, . 4th; which arc high. To those cowboys 1t 8201 Park Avenue lvfargarct_ Ferguson, I(; Ella F'lins- is a living; 'i1 ot like i..vith us· viho Phone HA 2342 pach, 8th; Leo "'.· Gaume 8th: Nina have fun .;ut cif riding and roping, if Ha a gen, 4th; Shirley M. Johnstone, we arc able. , DR, JOSEPH ~ HANSON 5th; Gladyce Maila1ld, 3rd; Floy George Prescott. famous Northwest (htcopathic Physician Mitchell, 4·th; Ida Nelson, 5th; Al- master of cercmon;es and voice of the 5•137;/o So. Tacoma Way mira Norton, !st; Ruth Rogers, 2nd; rodeo world will be handling the mike Odd Fcllpws Building HA 5315 Tacoma 9, Wash. ~· Van Schooncveld, re1ncd1al read- for the occasion. George announced ing; Fr.ancis K .. S1nith, K; Lester the ,~utstanding horse show at Bre1nStoraash, 6th: Elizabeth Sullivan !st; crton over the weekend much to the Anne M. Vimont 2nd; Ella Williams, satisfaction of the capacity crowd. 3rd; ,. . Besides all the top rodeo even.ts .1 ai:kland school - Stanley YI ilhs, taking place at Ellensburg there :,·J]] pnncipa.l; Paul Larson, assistant be a cutting horse contest \vluch is a principal; Ncdinc Simpson, clerk; must for admirers of that particular Bernice Acton, 7th; Ida Berntsen, fiela of the horseworld. To sec those +th; Elsie Blandau, 2nd; Frieda. smart cutting horses in action is a Blandau, 1st; Ann Demers Br":y, PE; j thrill to the horseman who immediEdward L. Bcown, 6th: Elizabeth• ately recot?;nizcs the .tremendous Burlin~ ..1n1e, ~rid; Barbara Carr, 3rd; 1 arnount of 'training an<l background Pead Clothi.er, 5th; Carl Coltom, 7th; represented in the individual anirml I.rcnc Corb1n,, !;th; Er.win Dan1mcl, 1-vhich goes about cutting calfs ~nd 6th; June Dillman, 4th; Elene Em- cows from the herd and the"'keprng crson, +th; Mabel Galbraith, K; that animol frnm returning to its Pauline Gau pp, l st:· Richard Hell- desired place in the herd. bourn, 5th; Leona Hinkley, 2nd; Take the family and' enjoy . the Esther Jacobs, 2nd; Vinvent Keyes, treat of the year at Ellensburg this 8th; Mac B. Kittleson, 1st; Beatrice. weekend ... see you there. Konop, 2nd; Ordelle C. Lee, 3rd; Del Wright Showdco Louise Lorenz, K; Blaine McKanna, Sunday and Monday 3th; Betty Ofclt, 3rd; Delores RandFor those of you who wish to porolph, 3rd; Burnicc Reynolds, 7th• (n . d p ·e 7) Frances Scearce K; Charlotte \.__,ontlnuc on ag

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Gr@nge Council The Grange' Council will meet ":t the McMillan Grange hall Friday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m. standard time. Harry Spri11ker "'.ill take part in a ]Janel discussion on King Mcmori'll Youth camp, others participating be.ing Chester Thompson, Lucille Recd and Lowell Anderson. tiary. While there I saw several convicts. whom I had pi·osecuted while serving as a deputy in the Pierce county prosecutor's office. Gypsy Joe (Continued on Page4)

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PACIFIC AVE.~140 Corner location. Good future business site. Has a 2-bcdrm. ho;nc, port

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bnsen}Pnt. Hf'.at \·vith hot air oil-fired furnace. 1-car garag·c, s1n:ill chicken hbusc. Will sell on contract or G.I. at $7,950. In11ncdiate possession.

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$7,800. E.Z. terms.

$6,500, on terms.

to cat, too."

PARKWAY FURNITURE Open Till 9:00 P. M. Delivery Service H 1st and Pacific Ave. GR 3941

Lrrrgr• corn1l. J\11 nc~v fencing. Will carry 25 head \Try easily. 4 miles from om office. $7,DOO.

I-car garage. On Lidford Road n ca r 72nd St. ~·1,'l50. Buy equity and pay $36 per 1110. About $1,200 down.

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mal (horse that is). Her'.' will be a chance to show your gaited annual in the ring, which seldom ever happens nt any show. . . There will be plenty o( JUmpmg

-- event~ for ;/ou too . . BABY FURNITURE, new and used. A stock horse class with a purse CHILD. CARE-Wish to do child SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. will be ,1 fraturc or the show. Trail PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO care in my own home. GR. 3503. 15ctf Horn-, pleasure classes, pole bending, Airport & Pacific GR 3112 _______________1_4_c_tf SPECIAL 127 - 620 • 120 guaranteed trniler roccs, spcci;il n-cnts, and a host REFINED middle aged widow, exfilm, 3 for 97c. Quality Photo Serv- of others (cornplr•tr· list next week) .. eellcnt rcferen.ccs, county house .ice, 9610 J!acific Ave., P. 0. Box plan now to attcnc~ The event will FOR RENT-Completely furnished near school ·wishes to rnom and 12, Fern Hill Sta. 15ctf take placr: on the /th of September 1- and 2-bedroom apartments, all board child. Would ta!;~ motherless SEWING MACHINES-Singer elec- (Sunday) at Uncle Ned ~cn~ie1y's lOctf utilities paid. GR 6770. ch rid for permanent care. Phone tric with attachments, $23.50; White Horse :rncl a IIalf Ranch which is JUSt FOR RENT-Small busine.ss building, Puyrrllup 5-251 I. H-c-50 electric, $24.95; new lightweight a hit off the ;\fountain Highway fi~om suitable for offices, on Garfield St. WANTED to keep 4-ycar boy week portables, $37.50; Nccchi or Pfaff the Spanaway Texaco Service Stain Parkland. GR 534+ or GR 3526. 14-c-50 $69.50; many others, new or used; tion, 159th and Pacific AYcnuc on clays, Call GR 3771. lOctf terms an.cl trade. So. Tacoma Sew- the old Military Road . There F-·-,O~R=--oR=-coE"N"."'T,--~3,--ru-0_1_n_f~t-1r_n..::i'11~:cl -lSCe . aneOUS ing Machin'c Co., 5444 So. Ta- will he signs up. apartment. GR 3015. 10-p-!iO WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; coma Way. HI 71%. 15ctf Larry Kirkwnod will bl'.. the "'.'FOR LEASE - Modern, well located planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI.. f 11ouncer and mostcr of cc1 crnmm s. 4056. 15ctfj ___ ~e~__:'_C::._ See you alltlw~·c: on the· 7th of Sepservice station on heavy tn1veh·d ·1 bl tcmber ... Rr11n or o:hlllr:. . EING higlnvay and serving a grov;ing HECKER the WRECKER - Used HORSE SHO,, , now ava1 a e J ' Show the 14th locnl district ln the Taco1na area. · · every Drop a card to Rt 1, m.wr · Snnday . ·. . . the 1·1th 1 ·1 t transm1ss1ons, an d rcJu1 a 1so gears; _. t clay' ~ • " ,. · • '1.. he ·folhJ\ving Call Pochcl Distributing· Co. GR all makes and models; phone PuyBox 17:>, Graham. J. R. \oung. , f wil! hr'. the l'arkl:rnd Junior Riclint( 8624. ~llu~ ~:2Ml: clays; Tacoma, HI !Get , c:lub Show to he· lwld too at 1hc _o24~,c2.enmgs~·-!Set! MILK COWS, sold on terms. Garn- Horsr: and a Il:ilf R:rnch rnrnlJPbAND WOOD, 2 cords $14. GR man', .Rt. 3, Box 70~, Tacoma, 4· tinned above. This is strictly a .iunior 3305. 15ctf miles south of Summit. 16ct.f show in that nnlv l8 and under will FOR SALE - Crosley Shelvaclor re- REGISTERED Herefords; co.ws, hcif- be permitted to ]>a1·ticinate, however, frigcralor, AMB-7 Model; LA 7027 crs and bulls; also commercial Herc- hr: sure t1> ]w on hand for plenty or 15-c-51 fords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. cxcitcnient ns only thc_.J11n1t.>f'.(rQ N<l --1-.U-E--I-\_"_E--C---.--B----f·-Phone. 6112. 16ctf c'n instill into a. horse sh<~w. , B ,, __, ...d .t'\.. • ann1ng · cans or _ _. ,,.v · · ~ _ , sale. GR 8+75. · 15-c-51 REGISTERED polled Hereford bull 1 hnvc the hstm., of events ncre: service. Bn:c:d the horns off. Phone /1 drill by the Colts and F1llics, JurnpFOR SALE -- Washer, $50; refrigGR ()112. 16ctf ing, Pairs, English nnd Eastern, Water erator, $50; chest of drawers, $10. n 6 ti"'"""" I Race ..Trail II ors'.\ s.h:rron Ellingson 1820 5th St. S. W. Puyallup. WASHING 'MACHINE PARTS ,..-::iittl!D U """"' ""'"'"' end her (;u]drn C.id fnck Horse, 12 15-c-50 Largest stock in town. Repairing c nnd ··.und(•r F'.quitatio. n, S.toc.·k ?addle that'pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, WOMAN DRIVING to San Fran, • N~. ;:i4631 Race, Pa:·aclc Horse Western Hurcl1 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf cisco, Los Angeles, Mid Scpte1nlJr".r; NOIICE 'IO CREDITORS ks. Pole Bending. · take bvo.; references exchanged; PR' STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock iu :'\ good progr~1n~ aI;d ·a ~oocl ~how· . IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 +o:J9. l 5-c-50 plan to sec thrsr J11n1ors 1n .-,ct1on at THE STATE OF WASHINGTON l11e Horse and a Half Ranch on Sept. Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established l'OR SALE Baby bossinet and FOR THE COU~TY OF PIERCE in 1872. llctf ste-ollcr. Call GR 5561. 15-c-50 Hth. CUSTOM GUNSMITH - Rebarrel- FU~Z. SALE B~autiful min in tu re Jn the Matter of the Estate of Coy~te Hunters . . ing, head-spacing, stock work, reChihuahua puppies, GR 4191. RALPH H. CULBERTSON DeJohn Volk ..iust eal!cd .me telln1g , 13~c-1 ceased. ~ rnc about a coyotr: ·vvh1ch he and A.rt bl uing. Guns and ammunition. Jerry Shannon, .Mt. Road, near Loveland. y=(7)7U"'R=-"'H=o=-M=Ec-f~i~tt_c_cl_w~i-th. cabinets, N?ticc is hereby given tha.t the un- ~· "Ji.fa~'.' McC?rty 1: 1:rnagcd to ru~ Phone Graham 537. tlctf rc111odclcd or repaired, 01" will take ders1gncd has been appointed and has cown th~i~1h2.\sesd 0 l~n the your ho1nc on a n.cw one. GR 7102, q.uali fir cl ns exec. utor of the above. en-1 prain~. . ~c .;:, 0 . (:. ~ 1 ~r . ~c 1 · h ' 15-p-51 titled estate; that all persons having guess thq hdc1 quite« tum lOI.1 w at SE.WING MACHINES _.__ Lowest claims against said deceased are here-. they tell me. I~ S\cms tha.t. they caught .. · · T . N h' ·s· by required to serve the same duly the un.wary. victim out m the open JW)i1lc.cs iFn ae$o~n9a0.0 Cc.cc i- lmSger- verified on said executor ~r his at- and between th.cm got it with their utc. rom ~ . . entra ew· ' · · · I . · f , ·f · d PRIVATE PARTIES in C it r 607 S p· MA. .torneys of r.ecord at the address below .1orses ... qmtc a etc: l you can o . 6S~3 e 1 e_, ' o. - me. 5. f stated and file the same with the it ... and no bounty, darn. It. Wishing to sell, are invited to call , · , . . . 1 etc Clerk' of said Court, together with Par!dancl Ridin!< Club Meet Tue~day or come in for appraisal and inforFOR SALE - Luggage Trailer, l;J proof of such service within six 1 ucsday cvenrng, the 2nd of .ocpmation concerning consignment of Ft._ Vacuum b.rakes; also 2 wheel months after the elate 0 ( first publica- \ember is the next business meeting your car. trailer dolly. u'R 74·23. 15.-50 tion of this notice or the same will be of the Parkland Rill!ing Club to be GRAIN FED beef and pork for your barred. held at the home of Jack Brown. A MOTORS !ocker; from fee···d· lot to you. State· Date of first publication August 21, g.ood meeting is pl~nnecl according lo 15e50 1952.· B. F. Fluth, president of that ormspectecl. GR 7110. 9415 Pac. Ave. HI 5100 and· 11 t iM ® WM@ £MW ~~~;;!;~f~~~~~t~~~ON, ganiW~~&i~gton ·Horseinen Sho1v 4532 So. Tac. Way HA 5533 Address: 3805 / 1, So. Yakima Avenue Late September Tacon1a, '\Vashington._ The VVashington Horsrn1cn are DEPENDABLE USED CARS - 38 STERBICK & STERBICh. planning a fall show late in Scp5 YARDS '$10; 4 Yards $8. :FinKash sedan, 0.D., heater, $145. 36 Attorneys for Estate tc-rnber ivfargnret lvfclviaken infonus est black peat topsoil, state Plymouth sedan, '$110; 34 Pontiac. tested, 1~, to 5-yard loads. 380.5:/o South Yakima Avenue me . . . I'll fet vou know more Jeter coupe, $79. Rudy's Service, Rt. 1, Lawn construction and rockTacoma, Washington. \vhcn- I get n101~e information about Box 266, Spanaway. 2 miles So. erics. Evergreen Lands=uPub, Aug. 21, 28; Sept. 4, 1952. the events, time, etc. of Roy Y. 12-~-50 ing Co. Incidentally, you should ride in

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FLOOR SANDER 14--Situations Wanted FOR RENT . .

SIRLOIN OR T-BONE

The Miracle Liquid with Sprayer

IIII Hambt1Jrner ':JI .

ahoul the show on the 7th or Scptr•rnber at the Horse and a Half Ranch. u:1c event in particular may be of special interest to you andthat is a

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be sending !o.cth hi:: , authentic nrcount of the C\Tnts ~1s l1u they tr:rncpirc for you ... He has br..cn · \vorking hard untlus shov/a1ong, \\'tth Del \'v'right . . . I know ·you \V!ll enjoy the 1;crsonality behind the: I!like. Carrots Don't forget. the event . and the

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i) PUREBRED, registered, French Al- J r\U pine and Nubian buck goats for · Insurance of All Kinds LaCROSSE PRINTERS service. Fa1nous bloodiincs. Graha1n Notary Public 1:n30. 13p51 GRanite 7100 Est. in Parkland since 1941 -----.GR 7232 days; GR 821 Eve. & Sun. NEW HAMPSHIRE pullets, 8 and 10 208 Garfield Street weeks old. Midgard Poultry Farm UNFINISHED formture. Hag g's, 1107 Market Street. 15ctf and Hatehny, Roy. Call Yelm 3675. Homes in Parkland Community; 13p50 Acreage close in, either with or with· FOR SALE - 3 Chester White pigs, ares .. Eres .. out buildings. 3 1no. $25; low vv·hccl\Jasc 2 wheel trniler, $25. GR 7252. .13-p-.'iO Buy, Sell and Exchange Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing :YfIXED grass hay, $1 per bale. 'Also 11220 Pacific Ave. c!O\'er hay. Will take livestock in Ii"" Office-Days, GR 3341 trade. 2nd house past Roy Y on Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 right. 13-ctf 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 Agent for American Express DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITH·Money Orders OUT CHARGE. Highest prices TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas· paid for tallow, hides, grease and ~ ses. Al! ages. Mildred Keller, GB bones. PUGET SOUND RENDER7881. 15ctl ING' WORKS. Phone LAkewoocl 2434. 13ct[

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Aclmiss. ion to. this .aff:m will be .o~w dollar pcT perrnn. Many ol the lciul ·La.rry Kirkwood, The. \'ni'.'" of the

Mail Address: Rt. 3, Box 819, Tacoma, Wash. Ennings: Mr. Loring, CR 3570; Mr. Wallace, GR 5·141 Mr. Black, GR 9937

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Shnwdco and Lo sc:o one riglit at ho1nc 1n your backyard ~or at least lld Wrigl1fs Backyard) :1011 r1rc iin·iJ-c·d by J)el \Vng!it to co1nc out to his llrir-.Nonc Race .T~·,ack .ir So.

Just the place to start raisino; beef stock. 2 houses. 2 h;1rns.

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KOOL AIR Refrigeration Sales and Service

AUCTION SALB 'lF YOU want more cash quick, nell by auction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. 2ctf

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IMMEDIATE POSSESStON of lhc following homes 3 B edroorns 59TH & PARI{. A very attractive hon1c in excellent condition, Move

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ACE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 0, B. Ackley, owner. Septic tanks 3 Bcdroorns - 2 .i\cres cleaned, contents hauled away. GR. BEDROOMS all on one floor. Large COMPLETE tractor work. Loosening 4343; if no answer, call HA. 5 704. 11nfinishf'd attic. SrnaH garage and ground and lcvding. Average lawn, ctf barn. In the Sunnn1t: an'fl. Priced at ., $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf $6250.00 with low down payment . l~UTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto Call Mr. I-farmon GR 3624 or GR Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. SALES AND SERVICE 68%. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Ta88th and Portland Ave. House and Commercial Makes . coma Ave. 3c50 :Motor Service Washer Service ,I 2 ACRES. 2 bedroom home. Garage with the possibility of an apartGR. 6662 161st & Paiific Ave. rnrnt. Priced nt $72'10.00. Call Mr. Next Door to Target Sport Store Inloes GR 362+ or HA 254-7. One Bedroom Spana way HOME in Parkland. Nice attractive Contents Hauled Away ROTOVATING, blade work; no job yard; with a good gnrclen Rpot. too small. W .. L. Lewis, GR 7+92. Furniture available. Garage. Priced HUTSON TANK CLEANING 3ctf at $6350.00. Call Mr. Inloes GR HI 3980 HA, 7038 HOUSE- MOVING; leveling; founda3624 or HA 2547. ' tions; cement work;-1 ~rce estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf PAINTING, papering, latest paper Member Tacoma Real 'Estate Board Recovering and Rebuilding samples. Free est. Ray Westrom, 9920 Pacific Avenue · CR. 36241 Cushions Rebuilt BR 2440. 3ctf Free Estimates TEN ACRE SACRIFICE JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. 3 BEDROOMS on one floor, 200 ft. Ditch digging. Truck loading. Comchicken house and other outbuildplete traclor work. GR 5932. tf ings, very low prier nnd easy 140th & Pacific GR 320). terms. Better hurry. Call Rex RecRe.: GR 811!1 tor HA 0365 or HI 8344, FOR SALE SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Con· WOMAN for care of small girl age 4 BEAUTIFUL new modem 2 bedFARMALL 'CUB with cultivator, SUMMER SPECIAL-Top soil from roon1 hon1c on one aerc, about_ half tent• hauled away. Don Redford, and housework. School hours. 174th hydraulic lift. Like new, F15. cleared, near Knapp on Grebe Rd. Puyallup. You l11ay see this fine 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no St., Spanaway, GR 7502. Nice quiet neighborhood only 1947 Model FORD FERGUSON dirt at 9920 Pacific Ave. For sale answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf Tractor, ne\vly overhauled and $8,950.00, terms. Call Mr. Kelly by the sack or trailer or pick up at guaranteed, excellent rubber $965 HA 0365, Eve. HI 4613. our fuel yard. We d_eliver 4- or 5. LOST - Man's bi-locals, tortise shell 1 FORD SN TRACTOR, 1949 model, 314 ACRE - SMALL· DOWN yard loads. Call us for prices in your PEDER.SON frames, Parkland area, GR H37. 2 B.EDROOMS, liv. rm., <lin. rm., overhauled, guaranteed and low locality. GR 8173, Lapenski Fuel 6-p-50 Sheet Rock Taping, Texturing kitcht'n \vircd 220, n1ctal cabinet , mileage ·····-········-·····················$1145 Co. 15ctf and Painting 13-c VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, kitchen, auto. l?-ot \\Tater, utility FREE ESTIMATES OLIVER 70, 2-plow tractor, exrqo1n, ga.rage, sn1all chicken house, any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctf WANTED TO BUY-Old cars for cellent shape, cxcdlcnt rnbbcr, blk. to city bus. Call Ralph DeckROTTED COW FERTILIZER .iunk; also miscellaneous junk. GR. GR.7770 $795. HA 3854 er HA 03G.5, Eve. HI 4706. 7847. Seti SEVERAL USED Ford Tractors, $1 SACK or hy the yard; peat and topsoil. HI. 4056. 15ctf overhauled, ncvv Kua ran tee. Con1e CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5026 Well Drilling in and sec the New Ford Tractor. So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. Bctf 36 M~r;ths to Pay BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP., Inc. lcnns USED FURNITURE. Also generous Youx Ford Tractor Dealer MOTOR REBUILDING trade-in allowances and bank terms. 6311 McKinley Ave. FUiton 2254 ,CaH Turner GA. ()365 1"107 Puy~llup Acc. Lathe and Press Work Parkway Furniture, 14 lst & Pacific. Member Tacoma Rral · E'tate Board 'T'acon1a, Washingt __ or_i_ __ GR. 3941. 8ctf Head and Block CASH for livestoek--beef, milk cows, TAKE OVER G. I. SPOT CASH veal and heifers. W. H. Thackeray, WHITE BUNGALOW on 4 corner GRINDING For Your Usejjl Furniture Puyallnp, 5-8228 collect. 13ctf lots in Parkland. Walking distance 1 Piece or House Full PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer HAY CUTTiNG, tractor work, levelto P.L.C. One block to bus. Mick Block's Furniture Mart Drum GR 3871. . '" Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing ino;; also pickling cucumbers. GR 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 42.82. 13ctf 916 E. 59TH Call RADIATORS, scrap iron, junk cars •l DANDY LOTS, 2 bedroom hon)c. MILK GOA TS-French Alpine and , . . and batteries. Puy. 5-2141. Hecker, Living· apd dining room, modern Sa::i~ci1; buck sc1;vice, rcgistCred Nu'Ve have in tr~ns1t a Ne\\~ E. M. HAMILTON the Wrecker. bath, 2 car garnge. $5750.00. Terms, bian and Saaucn; Rt. 1, Box 309, RODMASTER CONROD \ 8ctf Mick GR 3871. Spanaway on Muek~Kapowsin road, GRINDER! PLUMBING 5 ACRES • 3 BEDROO:MS between Meridian highway and p· t F" ": I · y I d S t GRanite 8905 Mo.untain highwov. l 3ctf ,is. on. 'nus ung, a vc "': •.ea GOOD chicken house, barn. Large --,-,-'·--· -' _ ... ·. · · · Grmdmg Brake Drum lurnm" living and dining room. You tan LISTINGS WANTED I CO~)D SELECTION OF USED j and Roel 'Aligning. "' r!AnnT.'1\.T cuu•uyri 11 J We are selling Parkland horn~s-1 move in at once $8450.00. $1500 "r1.:n...LJ1i_n,. •J.ui.... " -"-'-'..U we need more reaRonably pnced down. Mick GR 3871. · · FC•).RD. i\.K~.)~¥oi~~RGUSON 11 Shop ~~ 7450 . - . Res. III 6190 ,ROTO TIL~~G . homes to sell. We have a waiting HELP YOU REALTY·-·· New Ferguson Tractors Pac1f1c Ave. at Brookdale Lawn ~ebuildmg, fert1hzmg, top so~, list for rentals. Call Mr. Ilartnon, GRanitc 3871 Day or Eve. New and Used Titan Chain Saws clressm9 mamtenance. GA. 588:i. Mr. Damme!, Mr. Smith or Mr. WANTED - Chickens and rabbits HI. 2722. 3ctf Inloes. CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY- USED Garden Tractors. Call us before you sell. Cape's PoulOne New Holland Wire Baler. MENT INSURAI'fCE PLAN. J,l\ND CLEARING and leveling; SU~~JRBAN REAI,TY try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, WE NEED I' t' f II k'1 d 8 F One Model M-AC Crawler Tractor. reasonable rates by hour or contract. 9020 Pacific Ave. GR 3624 Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. 15ctf is mgs? :" . ~ · arms, The Pippin Excavator digs shovels Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294. 3ctf FOR SALE-4 high level lots 150 and loads, one opcration,'f;om your acreage, lo.ts, bmlclmg sites, homes FINE TOP SOIL (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4· be;itractor scat. \VE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level feet clecp, lights, water, bus; $425; Rich and black; delivered. Call PuyBUCK AND SONS builclino;s; concrete work. ReasonGR 7102. 9p48 , rooms). We have cash buyers wait· allup 5-8228. l5ctf able. GR 3550.-3ctf. I BY OWNER - Midland district mg. . . TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. CFIRAMIC SUPPLIES, unusual pour114 Puyallup Ave. MA 4117 :ings; \Vholcsalc and retail. 811 No. 3-bcdroom home, full basement and i)RAINAGE - Septic tank installaFife St., Tacoma. 15p51 furnace; y; acre, large 2-car gar- Property Management Insurance Tacoma, Wn. ___ tion; side sewers; earth \\'Ork of any type; by hour or contract. Hauser . age, nice yard, 26 peach trees and Notary CASH FOR milk cows, beef, heifers, SIA1vlESE male cat for service. Kit& Seifert . .BR. 9141; R<:s. GR. 8121. 1 many other fruit trees and berries, Member of: Tacoma Real Estate Board veal and hogs. Call Thackemy coltens on order. Graham 7-7+30. $1000 down; GR 6985. 9-c-~·O Office: 328 Gar[ield St. 3ctf GR. 3369 lect, Puyal\up 5-54-H. 13ctf 15p51

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the hig·h point tcan1 of the rrccnt

Evergreen Conference of Cir! Drill Tca1ns.

The Lariettes took top honors in the total points i1i co111pctitivc 'sports and ticing the \r\fcstcrn::"!in's of Sc,ittle in total points including thr drill, \vhich the' VVcsleruai1Ts tou:~ by four points. Co11gTn~nlations to ~

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of fine dders, \vho have

Answer: Yes. Mony arc well clcsi u;ncd, J nd ha vc c\·cry n1odern kature Lut a 3-spcu] record changf·r, an Flvf h<Jnd, and a light weight cabinet styled up to the last Jninutc. It js often a better buy. in the Ion~ run to repair a rndio of that af-->:'' than a newer one

~-~roup

that yqu didn't pay more thon l\v-ice as u1uch for. Sun1e radius ovtT 20 yPnrs old nrt~ still giving sati.'i-

factory scrvkc at very little ex-

]9-Real Estate

TOTTEN REALTY, Inc.

Many radios 5 to 15 years old arc \Vorih repairing·?

the will lo win , .. plus the ability to pcrfonn.

p;ood

New Brake lathe.··· Just Installed

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sav;~

Laricttcs Take Honors

GR. 8108

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Automotive 38Jh & Pacific

In case you . -don't already kno\v about the latest achievc111ents of the popular hnrd-riding 1~aron1a Lnricttcs, let n1c tell you that they ended up

Rupe Machine W l!)ll'ks

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A lot of \vork has been put in on this project for your enjoyn1ent.

8-Wanted to Buy

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-;f Thank Your Repair ManJor &!l "The Accident Thai Didn't Happen" ·

dust has been reduced a great deal.

ART

REALTY

Any steering difficulty is a warning. It means wheel unbalance and parts wear.,.. and that means uneven tire wear-blow• outs-loss of steering control-A.CC!. DENT! Don't drive a car that's as clan· gerous as that "'unloaded" gun! Let· us correct your car for good wirh industry; approved BEAR Safety Equipment!

dust has been added making for a nice soft footing for your horse and the

6-Lost & I:ound

McKINLEY HILL

TIGHT or JERKY STEERING IS LIKE THATI

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PEAT TOPSOIL

Parkland Upholstery

FU. 2400

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12-Used Autos

.A.Ian's Refrigeration

UPHOLSTERING

Pu11..n ......

pense.

WE 'GUARANTEE THE WORK WE DO AND THE PARTS Wl~ .SELL

COPY

FOR YOUR

P~intin.g

Needs

CALL

LaCrosse Printing.Company GRanite 7100

BIXBY Guaranteed

RADIO

Repair

Call GR. 8309 BRING YOUR RADIO FOR

~i\'lispection

FREE 'flibe Checkand On Waller Road, % Mile South of Airport Road


4.

• • • Excellent for Sandwiches, etc.

BORDEN'S CHEESE .

GERB~R'S BABY FOOD • TOM.A1·0 ~JUflCE, Del Mon'te SHURFUNE SHORTNDNG

.fOlGER'S CO Ff EE TIDE . . B

D&ll PiCIU.ES LA~GE l!UP~

OUVES, Slu~rfine

Send the k1bel from top of the bag to' Celia Lee, Centennial Flouring Mills, Seattle 4, Wash., for an attractive plastic .apron. cJ:!.~Ge

· 1O~lbis. Flour · 83e TOMA1"0 SOl9P. c~mpb.eH's l-c:ans 'i'OiLET T~SSUl~m Rcytd Arms • • 4-roHs 2 Pb;s. For Price Of One

H\ISTA~~1· PUDDH~~G.

Royal

2 pk9s.

Rring Your Container

Revolutionary

BUU< VitviEGA,R FOR PICKLING • gal."

velvet-flat finish for walls, woodwork'

CONCOiU) GRAPES • . 5-lb. basket 49c ELBERTA IPE~.CHES • • • crate $1.29

f

For,S:1uce and Pi~S

FU~COLOR v

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v v v v

Easy to use, brush or roller Dries in an hour No objectionable odor Non-porous - resists dir.t Washes clean. with soap and water Now - same FLAT finish for walls AND woodwork Ready to use. right from can

GRA 'V~NSTEIN APPLES

3-lbs. 29c

Canning !'cars - Prunes - Peaches - Tomatoes Dill and Pickling Onions and Spices , Canning Supplies

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Etc.

MAKE THIS YOUR CANNING SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS Let us remind you our First Interest is to Give You Quality (No Sales to Dealers. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities.)

I 62nd & Park Ave.

jHER

Spanaway GR. 8213 AUGUST 30 - 31

Sugar Cured

Sugar Cured

Pork

Cor.ed Beef

C@rned Pork

Back Bones

Lb.

49c MA~KEJ

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FISHERMEN

NOW is the time to get

ATTENTION

ready for

TheT & D Fishing Tackle Shop. will be open all day. Sunday and Labor Day. Eggs, Worms Also Saltwater Gear

WINTER LIVING

T & D Tackle Shop 1013 So. 108th (Sales Road

Home

a~!

Pierce County Refuse Co.

FARMERS' MUTUAL I LAKEWOOD COUNTRY ,STORE

OF ENUJViCLAW

It Will Pay to Check Our Rates GR 3733 M. SLATER GR 9939 .

Weekly GARBAGE CollectioD!l' ' Phone GR. 8688

(Lakewood Center) .

f;ishirig T©ie!de G~NS

Soutl'i! E1t1d Phnnbm9 Home of Scho. rn. Paints Near Roy y Spanaway GR 4100 -----

SPANAWAY

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AMi\.m~HTION and

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Mt. Highway at Spc<llll\\'ar GR 3323 WE DELIVER

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LUMBER CQ• . ..

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Stleet Metal Work

RURAL GARBAGE

Peultry Equipment R~bbit Feeders

SERVICE

Water Founts

GR. 3713

RAU MFG. CO.

Serving Parkland, Lakewood, Midland, S=it, Spanaway and Lakeview-Pierce county permit.

GRatilite 7372

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MlJTUAL INSURANCE 200 YEARS OlD •••

•Exclusive Duo-Therm Pe.tiod Furniture Styling-beautifies the home it heats.

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•Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual Chamber Burner gives you more heat from every drop of oil. o Rich, mellow Mahogany :finish-blends with any color scheme.

• New! Excl~sive Automatic Power-Air Blower (optional); Circulates heat by force, saves up to J4 on foel: e Waist High Dial Control lets you dial heat like you tune a radio.

founded by the pioneers of our .country. Today, hundreds qf thousands of careful property owners enjoy all the advantages of Mutual insurance through the-NORTHWESTERN and have ' received millions of dollars in dividends-a saving 11 1 ' J on their insurance costs.

Jennie L. Grodvig

REDUCE

208 Garfield Street Parkland; Washington Days: GR 7232; eves., GR 8210

YOUR •l!'fNs@ANCE. COSTS 1'0()

foprut~trne

NORTHWESTERN MUTUA.L FIRE A5>SOtlATION

....... You're Invited

A~n\

!A U~t10~1 AW.I. 11 . LAmH~ LAWRENCE lk:\M·<t.&JI~.

. EVERY SATU RDAY NIGHT MIXER AND ICE Road Signs from McKenna and' Yelm

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Times journal v 7 no 50 aug 28, 1952