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I SEPT. 4, 1952 (VOL. 7, NO. 51)

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mi PUBLISHED AT PARKLAND, WASH., BY CLARENCE LACROSSE AND JACK BROWN

VIALLER ROAD I rauyy FAIR -COMMu . . .mli i . . I FRIDAY SEPT 5

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A special meeting was held at Parkland last week to discuss ways and means of securing adequate police protection for .the Parkland-Spanaway area.- At present the senion is served by a privately operated patrol service in addition to coverage by the h county sheriff's office. The meeting opened witb a question from

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V•/altcr "Young addressed to County Cornmissionf'r'-'I-Iarr1r S rinker: "Can \VC have a deputy staiioncd in our djstrict full tinie?" Sheriff Harold. Bird explained the present situation. In his campaign two yc<1rs age he had promised better servit,e to this district and states that he has rnadc a study of the Urea 'nnd h as a n1ap w1'tll a II·cr11nes · · · t ed . p1npo1n Tl1"re . th c sh en·rf'.s ' . a re 40 p eo p 1e 111 ffi'ce , w'th 1700· S uarc illl.1C."• t 0 ro _ 0 1 t ct wi'th fo qTh t I· f tph e ur cars. e as,s o ese few' patrol cars are too numerous· to mention. Bird stated that the count, conu11issioncrs have beeu very co)opcrntive and have given hiin six extra

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,meeting Sept. 9th in the kindergarten r?om. Thereqfter meetings will be the first Tuesday of every month. All mothers of the kindergarten, first and second grade are cordially invited. 1 Refreshments will be served after the 1 rnceting by the ne\i\' officers. Mrs. Howard Morris, Mrs. Dorothy CoiJfrey, Mrs. Hap Halliday, Mrs. Lloyd Balla!!tine. For transportation, call GR 7976.

The doors will open at 5:30 Fnday everifig at the Waller Road hall at 6 1Jtl~ strret for the annual Comn1unity fair. A good old fashioned home cooke.d meal will be served at a very reasonable price and people of the district are urgCd to bring their fan1ilies out to dinner. Many features have been arrnngt~d for the entertainment of the crowd., At 7:30 there wil] be a baby show with three age groUps_:_ 1.J.P to six months, fron1 Six ·months .to One ·year: from one to two years, Prizes will be avvarded in each division. Babies \vill be judged on health, charm and personality. Judges are to be a doctor, a photographer and a newspaper reporter. .Por information, call 1.1rs. O'Brien, GR 5130. The hobby division, favoritf' --:o;;na pshots \vill be fcatur1:d, a prize to be awarded. Anyone . inay enier any hobby in this division. There will be many things of in- · tcrest to all and eve ryonc is urged to attend. No general admission v!ill be charged but tickets sold on the attractive door prize, a bcautjful .bed~ spread, blanket, two sheets and .i pair of embroidGred pillow cases. Other pri?es will. he awarded also. In conjunction wi1h the fair the ladies in charge j\vill have a. nunmage salP. ThGse having artir:tes to donate may call WA 7645.

. . . . '\Vt·dd1n9 Saturday c\·cn;ng, i\ug. n;~n stnr:e he \Vent into off1ct~. Ort1:ig. \Vh(·:i 1vf1ss A11n Irc:nc Knorr beGig 1-Iarbor, Buckley and Eatonville . !he bride of Allen Daniels. have police c'.'r~ that work very closely 1 ; ,of ~he two an• Dr. and Mm. with .the sheriffs off~ce.. . I C.. Knorr :rnd .Mr. :rnd Mrs. . Mileage on cars 1s five t1mc.s what . . Dan1cls. Dr.. Knorr _read_ the l~ was .under the fonuer adnlln1slra- J Hi1plTS81\T. double n1;g' stTVI~'.C. in a t1on. Bird sho~c:d that he needs n1ore lovdv. . srtl1ng and n1en- but add1t1onal funds arc not Just Pllonc GR 3330 _ · of \vlutc ,1..dachoh ___, 1 stoc1<, ava1 now. I"' He has asked for three J . ivy. and ferns. . . .d able .. 1 G J\Tn in rnarnage 1))' her 1Jrot1ier, 1ns1 e Jal ers. ~1s , men . now average . Rohcrt C. Knorr, the pretty bride was 60 hours per week, with no overtime · Cl ·11 · l g<.,;\vncc Jn ~anti Y l~~ce ov~r sat~n pay. . ~ . . · FOR SCHOOL LUNCHS w1.th long tram and imgcr-t1p veil. . Sheriff Bird claims that the service Date Pin Wheel M1ss H.. ;1scahna Stutzn1an of Seattle 1s Pett.er th~n ever before an~ says Oatmeal 'V,as 1n:l1d of honor an.cl 11rs. Robert that P.1erce is a clea~1 coun.ty_ \VIth _no l Sugar (,,ar] ]:\.-IHJrr 1natrun '.Jl. hor:ur,. Othc~r gan1bhn9, slot .1nach1ncs 01~ vice, with Cocoanut nt.tendants \Vere l\11ss Stacia Mcno law infractions tolerated. He says Chocolate Chip ~cndry, Mrs. Harold Schrupp, ~rs. he is trying .to do a decent j'"b and has I Nut Ice Box h.1diartls Damcls and Mrns Marilyn · no appolog1es to make. He believes Schwerin. that his office is doing the hcst Joh Richard Danir:ls acted as best man possible under present circumstances. THE WINNERS p· t d b I b ( , , · · for his brother. Ushers were Richard He works close with the nnlitary. -;- IC ure a ove are, t 1e mem ers ? Pierce C?unty F~re d!stnct No. 6 (Parkland) who Hawley, Edward Bond, Walter JohnBird has a fine recommendation brought h01:1e a fme tr?phy fr~m1 !he a1!nual convention of ·Washmgton Fire F1g!1ter,s, held ip. Ya~ii11a Aug?st son, Donald Leonard and Gerald for C. K. "Red'' Haney, merchant I 20;24. Shmrn, left to ng~t, are ~het .K!rk, Bud Wold, Bud Larson, team captam, •and Ozzie Ellmgson, with Rolh. :Mn. Burt Raymond was the pat10lman of the area, who lrclps the third place trophy. _Also pictured is t'I:e first place trop~y won at Vansouvcr, Wash., m 1'951. Others from Parksoloist, with Mrs. Robert Dightrnan department in many ways hut cannot land at !he coment 1<:11 were Fred Damelson, John Cur!rs and Wes !VfcKewen, Teams from all over the stat~ coma! _t.he organ. . . be subsidized by the county because i:_eted for the trophies, ' -Photo courtesy McKcwen Stud10, Pacific Avenue at Airport Ro:.i. The rccept10n was held m the of lack of funds. He recogmzes Ham·y Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.Stu.dent Union building at Pacific as. an outstan?ii;g 'man in his field. ll'll I.~uthcran college vvhcrc Mesd~nnes F. Private subscnpt1ons to Haney's scrv# ir' ~ • . . ~ • 71 e W •. Young, Anna Rei:nan, Walter ice arc not sufficient to maintain it 1 · The 26<? Repu~lic.:a.n dub.. is holdC I. T. he Mr. and .Mrs. d.ub of .Trinity Damcls, St:rnlt'y Willis, Jesse P. further. . . mg a special meeting t;hrn (Thursd~y Lutheran church, with families, will POucgcr :rnd Lc:rnc McKendry acted . It was J>Dlnted, out that th~ popula- evenmg at 8 at. the Spanaway fire 1 meet at the Point Defiance beach <IS. hostesses, ass.1sted by many YO\lng twn P1erc.e County has mcrea.sed hall on Park. A.venue between.. 1.6·2·n·d I.Tuesday·,· Sept . 9, for 6:30. potluck lncnds ol th<: lmiJc. . : 55% ~n 10 years and that :'ssesscd and 163rd st:eets, to aBow voters to dinner. In case of rain the dinner will The" ne\v ~f rs. J?an1Fls graduated valuat1?ns. has shown a sharp increase hear the various cand1d~tcs. George be in the chureh parlors. fro1n (,lover p·ark h1g·h SC'hool and atonly. w1th1n the past year. The county M. Brc\ver, µrograrn cha1nnan, btates tended PLC for two years. Her husbudget will not permit any added that 24 candidates have been invited hand is :1 ~~radu11tc, of Lincoln high police protection this year, however. to speak and that µiany have accepted. school ;rnd Washington State Cnllcgc. I Atte1.1ding were. Sheriff Bird., E. M. The general pub.lie is invited . .A.ft.er ;-1 horn.:yn1oon trip to (!anada, the: K:rumm. Com1nissioner Harry Sprinkcoupl1'. ":'.ill welcome friends at their By er, Bill Black, J~ck Neeley, Roger Mcho1nr in I dcorna. Donald, Francis Nordyke, George Mu~:li ddightful entertaining for HORSE SHOW SUNDAY 7th \Brewer, Ken Jacobs, George .Kin.~, Mr. 1 The. Monte Vista Carden cl~b will 111" lmdc :narkcd the weeks. µ1Tcedmg Please note: The location of the J\:fodahl, Wes MeKcwen, Bill Righet: .10ld its. fall flo"'.c~ show Sa.•Jrday? her inarn:11~-c. _Soc1;:il nffa1.rs in h~T show previouslv announced for nC'Xt t_1, J?cl Totten, Red II~ncy, ~r. ~ept. 6, i_n th~ T:1n1ty L~thc_r?-n_ 1~arhonor wr·1-e given by Miss Stacia IS d t th. H _ . . ·cl • H If Curtis Jack Brown and Jim Lonng. 1sh hall. Entries m both horticult. .u. re. , . , un ay a e 01se an a .o. ' , . . d d · · · ·cl' · · · ·n b McKendry at her Lake S'lc1 1acoom : Ranch has been relocated to .be held . It was suggc.s.ted that the deSJ~<·d .m ecorat.1ve 1v1s10n? WI • e .oper,i .d t tl1c. B·a1-.:. , N one T,1ac k a t ~ou th 8 --.1th improvement protcctwn and will honw.. Mrs. 0. L. . Roeder at her . . . m . local ___ to · the pub.lie .· , -entries · -.be . -- rehome at North~atc 111 Seattle, Miss cl p· (D 1 W · 1 t' R mq;ht best be attamed through the co- ce1ved Fl!day evenmg, 7 to 9, and 1) 11 Marilyn Pflut·t4·t:T at her Parkland an inc ~ .. ngi·s anci' op~ration of the ;nrions lJ11sinc.'sscs, Saturday__ 1 orning~ -Btu 10:30; ~6nho1nP :ind Miss Rosrnln1n Stutz1n;in D!'l has facilitu;s all ready to han1.Jlc con1n1unitv and service clubs of the taine.rs wil1 be providS'.d' in the _h<?·rti~lt h<'r hon1c: in Seattle. Dr. and Mrs. the sho~v, therefore the change. area. rrh~ business an<l con1n1unily culture clivisi~n·: Awards; will b~·:--_:r_ib~ SOUTH PARK AND 122 STREET J. P. Pflueger gave a garden party in ) udgmg the locallf produced show clubs of Span away and Parkland bons. Mrs. \V1lham Chambers is ·genParkbnd and Dr" and Mrs. Kno1:r w1 ~l he that fa:ontc Jud gt Ke~1t were well represented at this first ~ral ch,~1rman pnd Ray Renwick stagDR. ERNEST B. STEEN, Pw;lor thc bndal party at thr-.1r l ~r1ckson of the Pierce Cou.nty She1~1.f-1rn.ccting· '.lnd w.ill b.c. pron1incn-~ in. a 1ng chainnan. fs Mounted. Posse, who has won quite' Sf'Cond session, called for rl~hursday, an. outstandrng record hei;eabouts for Sept. 11, the place to be announced. bc111g .one <;>f th?• better Judges. - . - All other clubs of the. area are asked """"" Park1"nd Voluntr·cr Fire Depart- Y.ou w11l enJoy.lus impartiality m the to send representatives and the general l~ that J 42 rn-cn ~-cspondecl ring. . pub!ic is a~kcd to attend and assist. in A cordial and urgent invitation Is extended to all who h<i.ve no pther church connection to avail themselves alann:; during the Jnonth · L~rry Kirkwood, master of. Cr.re- solving ti.us pro~le~1 of urgent 1111~ of !he opportunities offered at Trinity. Our program i; Christ-centered and Bible-grounded. The primary TJ11 • chief still stresses momes for every event of note 111 the portance 111 the d1stnct. need of our day was well stated recently by President Trnman; "The nations of the world cannot survive to the dry condition in horscworld hcr~abouts will do the I -------mat.erially un.!ess r~dcerned spiritualy." honors at the n11ke . . . Sally and Jay La Vergne will have their modern CO!v!E TO SUNDAY SCHOOL AND TO CHURCH facilities on hp,nd to assure you of good The first fall meetino· of the Park0 sound facilities and decorations. lond Prcsclio.ol will bc hr1d Tuesday SCHOOL a:r·te ·A;frt"·· (;lenn Bct>t~, the fa~test ~1an with a evening, Se.pt. 8, at. ·8:00 o'clock ii:i Classes in individual rooms, most of them in the new $100,000 Parish House pictured. rope hereabouts will be the arena d.ir- the auditorium of the Parkland Classes for the whblc family from ag-e 3 and up, including a four year High School Bible depart1.ncnt, ector. school, it_ ·has been announced hy an adu.lt Bible class and a Te~chcr Training class. · You arc assured of a fast moving. Mrs. Edward Pcrryn1an, president.\ program with Glenn. handling· the The program chairman, Mrs. Fred SPLENDID TEXT BOOKS - - EXPERIENCED TEACHERS ALL TYPES OF VISUAL AIDS A Fine Size for Lbc n1ovc1ncnts in the .'arena ... , Glenn Bartlett, has as her first speaker or'! has produced many shows of his own the year Miss Frances Scearce, kindWORSHIP SERVICE at 11 A.M, Whole Family and is well known in the horse world egai.ten teacher, who will give a re-1 JUNIOR WORSHIP SERVICE in the beautiful Parish House chapel. This Junior Service is a vital part throughout the N orthwcst. ti vi tics of the kindcr1 port on the of the two hour, Christian training program conducted by the church, There's ·Extra Nutrition m Program for thi.s show includes such j garten children. Several memhers of COOKIES and a Glass of favorite events as jumping, Pleasnrc Preschool will also give short talks SENIOR WORSHIP SERVICE in the church. A nursery is maintained. during the service by the Milk for .those After School Classes, English and Western, Trad that will be of great interest to new :Mothers' Club. The two services make it possible for the whole family to attend services adapted to age Horse (a favorite for all the. young- and old members. and understanding, Snacks, stcrs) Pole Bending will have its A special invitation is extended to ]Jroper place ·on· the prognun \vi th any new families that have n1oved to individual and team events planned. this district recently and it is crnphaA Stock Horse Class will app•:al to sized that Preschool meetings arc for ROUTE 1: 9:10 A.M. East on <':ollins to McC!arty Road, McClarty to Airport, Airport to Mile. B, HI. 4072 ~I those individuals who . have a horse the mothers and fathers of all childMile B to Allison, Allisoo to the church. 209 So. 34th suitablc for this ever increasing pop- ren up to and including kindergarten ROUTE 2; 9:10 A.M. East on Airport to Pen 1sylvania, north !o 96, west to Waller, south !o Knapp, ' ular event. Posse, Relays and Bare- age. · north to 98, west to Pa ,ific. ROUTE 3: 9!,15 A.M. West on Sales to 102, east on 102 to Park, south to the church. hack Relays will provide some. action . for those who go to a show for fun R.OUTE 4: 9:4'5 A.M, West on 116 to Ainsworth, Ainsworth !O 117, 117 to L, L to 118, 1 and action. Also providing some arto the church 1 tion on the progra111 will be a musical 1'he ·Lac:amas conununity is hol.dl?~Cl<UNG sacks event. A trailer race has also ing its 17th annual fair Saturday 1 been schcdult·.d depending on tl•e en· Sepl. 6, An interesting program ;; tries. A pairs class is also included. planned for the whole family during Largest Selection of Fruit in Pierce County Everyone js invited to attend this th.e day;' no admission charge. There Enjoy the Hnilthful Benefits of post sea~un sh_o\v. will also ·be a very interesting proOne Mile Before Entering Puyallup on tbe River Road Sw('di..:h Mnssngc in the Privacy 'fhis ~hovv fa bt~ing· produced by the ,UTr1111 in thr: e:vPning) st~rting at 8:00 Open Till 10:00 P.M. Phone Puyallup 5-8561 of Your Honie or Mine (Continued on Page 3) ·o'clock. H. C. BALLARD, MASSEUR For ,i\ppointn1ent Phone EVENINGS Tacom'" GRanitc 4'342 • , 1

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like the 'show and the many fine events which have been designed for your pleasure and the bctte,- enjoyment of your sport of riding. We will do everything we can to make the show an event which you will enjoy. A lot of our good friends arc working hard with us to give you the best possible. · · Del Wright has been very cooperative in permitting the use of his (Continued from Page One) arena and facilities for which we are Northwest Hitching Post, your newly very gratcf11!. Sec you all this Sunday at the Barpubl.ishcd horse magazine for Northwest Horsemen . . . we hope you will Nonc Race Track at South 84th and

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A. G. MASTERS Your New Judge, Department 6, Superior Court ]\Ton-Partisan. This January the judges will select a F A M IL Y C 0 UR T JUDGE from the judges elected. Masters has heard all family court cases for the past three years, handling 1810 child1·en; 778 are still with their parents. ELECT MASTERS JUDGE No. G so he could become Family Court Judge.

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Re~dirtg time for. this. is less than three minutes . . . it will .be worth it. Dear Voter: My name is Jessie Kimball and I am here to te11 you that a \_von1an •s place is in the House of Representttives. l am one of the 1:J 7 pei'Som who ao·e seeking political office. .'\s an . alert voter, I assume you have studied all of the platforms and a re ready to cast your ballot for the right persons. Apparently many of these platforms have been purchased as surplus frpm acrobats. There is the candidate who is cut· ting taxes with one hand and is raising pension payments with the other hand~ His feat is almost as amazing as the candidate who is against un· necessary spending and immediately votes himself a raise in pay. I have yet to find the pets on who will come out in favor of unnecessary spending. As candidate for representative of the 29th District on the Democratic ticket, I have been asked to look out fo1· the interests of certain groups, but nobody has come to me and asked that I look out for the welfare of the people as a whole, Unless I 'can find a more representative group, I will devote my time to that very special group-the people. I will show a keen interest in the lobbyists. I will be so interested in them that I will ask for legislation which will make them register and be fingerprinted. I will want to know how much they are making and who is footing the. bill for them. As a mofher of two sons, one of

JESSIE KIMBALL Representalive 29th District One should be a woman legislator who will support organized labor. A Democrat.

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40 acres, Harts Lake Loop Road. No reeks. 4·-bedrm. home. Barn for H head. Other bldgs. $6500. Small down payment will handle. Grade A Dairy, 4-0 acJTs, 'l0xl8 barn. Dandy milking parlor. 2bedroom home with part basement. Near Graham. $7950. E.Z. terms. %acre with a 2-bedrm. home. 1 car garage On Lidford Road close to 72nd St. $4950. Will consider trade· for Parkland home. 60 acres; 2 miles from Clover Creek School. 2 houses and 2 barns. Will carry 25 head bed stock. This is a bargain at $.6900 with about $1800 dow;n. We have more to choose from. Why not ma!(e· this your farm headquarters. · SUBURBAN TRADE WANTED 1% acres. On 96th near _ Owners of tlus near-new 2Waller. Has a nice 2-bedrm. bedrm. home in Parkland want home with good sized garage, chicken hou~c and good sized to trade their equity of $1200 ~)a ~n. Land 1s well fen~cd and for a 2-bedroom home with 2 or l~ iust the. place fm·, q~iet easy more acres in or adjacent to !tvmg. Priced at $97::>0. Will Parkland. sell on contract or FHA.

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Wilanswer call GA. 9222. 3ctf keson. 15c5 l Prices Effective Sept. 5 & 6 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 PLUMBING REPAIRS -- Sewer Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 PRIVATE PARTIES Cleaning • Electric. Pipe Thawing Agent for American Express 1 WANTED: Buyer for Money 0rders' Call Wishing to sell, are invited to call or come in for appraisal and inforWHY PAY RENT? No. 54631 mation concerning consignment of $300 DOWN-Price $5500, $41.00 a NOTICE TO CREDITORS your car. mo., 4 bedrooms, cement foundaseU tion, wired 220, very nice location, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GRanite 8905 ASH MOTORS ·near Pacific Ave. Needs some cleanTHE STATE OF WASHING TON Rt. 7, Box 417W ing. Immediate pos~es,sion. Ca(\. 9415 Pac. Ave. FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE ··HI 5100 Tacoma, GR. 8122 Ralph Decker HA 0365, Ei(c. HI and GARDEN SERVICE In _the Matter of the ~tate of HA 5533 4706. 4532 So. Tac. Way ROTO TILLING 3 BEDROOMS-Liv. din. rm. comb., RALPH H. CULBERTSON, DeLawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, ceased. nice lot, garage, close to 6th Ave., FINE TOP SOIL dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. Notice is hereby given that the unshopping. Can be boug\it on easy -S Rich and black; delivered. Call PuyHL 2722. . '3ctf terms. The price is only $5,950.00. allup 5-8228. 15ctf dersigned bas been appointed and has FOR SALE qualified as executor of the above enCall Mr. Kelly HA 0365, Eve. HA' LAN)) CLEARING and leveling; F ARMALL CUB with cultivator, CERAMIC SUPPLIES, unusual pour- titled estate; ·that all persons having 4613. reasonable rates by hour or con~ract. ings; wholesale and retail. 811 No. hydraulic lift. Like new, $74-5. HUMES WITH ACREAGE Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294. 3ctf Fife St., Tacoma. 15p51 claims against said deceased are hereby i·cquired to serve the same, duly I I-IA VE some good ones and cannot 194·7 Model FORD FERGUSON WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level Tractor, newly overhauled and SIAMESE male cat for service. Kit- verified, on said executor or his atadvertise all of them. Call me and tens on order. Graham 7-7430. buildings; concrete work. Reason· guaranteed, excellent rubber $965 torneys of record at the address below · state your wishes. I will give you 15p51 stated, and file the same with the able. GR 3550.-3ctf. something to 'see. Samples:-9 l st 1 FORD 8:'-1 TRACTOR, 1949 model, overhaule<l, guaranteed and low F0.£3. SALE-2 pair men's all wool Clerk of said Court, together with St. a block East of McKinley, 2 DRAINAGE - Septic tank installamileage ---'---------·---------·------------$1145 slacks, like new, waist 31 and 32 proof of such service, within six tion; side sewers; earth work of any · acres, lovely soil with good home; · 13-.c 79()2 McKinley Ave., a beauty on inches, $5.00; one navy rayon crepe months after the date of first publicatype; by hour 01; contract. Hauser one acre; 96th & Park, 3 bednns. 1 OLIVER 70, 2-plow tractor, cx-1 shirt waist dress, size 12, brand new, tion of this notice or the same will be & Seifert. BR. 91'4\; R"!s. GR. 8121. cellcnt shape, excellent rubber, with 9/10 acre, $6500., sm. dn. $10.00. Call GR. 3889 after 4 p.m. barred. 3ctf Date of first publication August 21 •. $795. Call Rex Rector HA 0365 or HI 15c5 l 1952. SEVERAL "CSED Ford Tractors, 8344. KOOL AIR RONALD CULBERTSON, overhauled, ·new guarantee. Come Executor of said Estate, in and see the New Ford Tractor. Address: 38050 So. Yakima Avenue BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP., Inc. 5 YARDS $10; 4 Yards $8. FinTacoma, Washington. Your Ford Tractor Dealer est black peat topsoil, state STERBICK & STERBICK 14-07 Puyallup Ace. FUiton 225!: SERVICE ALL MAKES tested, 1- to 5-yard loads. Attorneys for Estate · 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 I· Tacoma, Washington Rt. 13, Box 857, Tacoma Lawn construction and -rock· 3805 Y2 South Ya.kima Avenue Member Tacoma Real Estate Board CASH for livestock-beef, milk cows, Phone GR 5232 cries. Evergreen LandscauTacoma, Washington. ing Co. , veal and heifers. W. H. Thackeray, Pub. Aug. 21. 28: Seot. 4. 1952. ACE ,SEPTIC 'I\~N'K S~~'{ICE Puyallup, !j-8228 collect. _ 13ctf 2722 0. B. A¢kley, ·o:Wner. Septic tanks MILK GOA TS-French Alpine and cleaned, contents hauled away. GR. Jlrn a""' ' n iiiWiiCi RENTAL sa~!1en; buck service, registered Nu4343; if no answer, call HA. 5704. 2 BEDROOM home furnished in bian and Saanen; Rt. 1, Box 309, FOR SALE-Purebred springer pups, ctf Parkland. $75.00 with a $20.00 deSpana way on. Muck-Kapowsin road, 10 weeks old, liver and white. Sterposit. Immediate possess.ion. Call between Meridian highway and ling Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 102~A, Mountain highway. 13ctf To Any Point in the U.S.A. Mr. Harmon GR 3624 or GR 6896 Eatonville, 2 miles south of Fogel's SALES AND SERVICE on Mt .. Highway. Suburban Realty. l 5p51 GOOD SELECTION OF USED-Daily Service from Tacoma and 3 BEDROOMS • 5 LOTS House and Commercial Makes FORD & FORD FERGUSON SUMMER SPECIAL-Top soil from Way Points to Kapowsin A Well-constructed home, nicely arTRACTORS Puyallup. You may see this fine Motor Se~vice Washer Service and Eatonville ranged. · Garage. All kinds of New F~rguson Tractors. dirt at 9920 Pacific Ave. For sale GR. 6662 16lst & Paiific Ave. shrubs. Large garden spot. Con- New and Used Titan Chain Saws by the sack ,or trailer or pick up at Next Door to Target Sport Store veniently located to P.L.C. and USED Garden Tractors. our fuel yard. We deliver 4- or 5, schools. Easy terms: Call :Mr. Har- One New Holland Wire Baler. Spana way yard loads. Call us for prices in your mon GR 3624· or GR 6896. One Model M-AC Crawler Tractor. locality. GR 8173, Lapenski Fuel 2-BEDROOMS - $2500.00 ROTOVATING, blade work; no job MA. 4122 The Pippin Excavator digs, shovels Co. 15ctf too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. UNFINISHED-Located in Spanaand loads, one operation, from your ROTTED COW FERTILIZER mRl'Jli;•r.. 3ctf way between Pacific and ihe Lake. tractor seat. $1 SAC"K or by the yard; peat and 6 lots. Interest in a well included. BUCK AND SONS HOUSE MOVING; leveling; foundatopsoil. HI. 4056. 15ctf $500.00 down. Call Mr. Inloes GR TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. tions; cement work; free estimates.. 3624- or HA 254 7. 114 Puyallup Ave. MA 4117 WANTED ~ Chickens and rabbits. PR 2653. 3ctf TRADE . Call m before you sell. Cope's PoulTacoma, Wn. FOOTBALL PAINTING, papering, latest paper WILL TRADE this nearly completed try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, CASH FOR milk cows, beef, heifers, samples. Free est. Ray Westrom, new 2-bedroom home "!:ith . full Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. 15ctf veal and hogs. Call Thackeray colBR 2110. 3ctf basement on an acreage. Home lolect, Puyaljup 5-5414. 13ctf JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. cated in the Spanaway area. Call PUREBRED, registered, French AlDitch digging. Truck loading. ComMr. Harmon GR 3624 or GR 6896. LaCROSSE PRINTERS pine .and Nubian buck goats for plete tractor work. GR 5932. tf 10 ACRES - $5,000.00 service. Famous bloodlines, Graham GRanite 7100 4-ROOM HOME with full basement. 7"7430. 13p51 UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, Modern. Small barn and garage. 1107 Market Street. 15ctf Excellent soil partly cleared. Ex- MIXED grass hay, $1 per bale. Also W ANTED__:C a p a b 1 e woman for clover hay. Will take livestock in cellent well capable of supplying housework, assist with 5 children, trade. 2nd house past Roy Y on several of the neighbors. Call Mr. $100 a month. Parkland vicinity. 1-ight. · 13-ctf SERVICEMEN WELCOME Inloe.s. GR 3624 or HA 2547. 5c51 GR. 7144. DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITH-1 Self and Exchange Buy, RecQrdsm 45.. 33 . OUT CHARGE. Highest prices Qµality Recapping & Vulcanizing paid for tallow, hides, grease and Large Assortment WANTED-Portable cement mixer. Member... T.ac. om.a Real Estate Board bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERWhat have you; call or write John 9920 Pacific Avenue GR. 3624 iNG WORKS. 'Phone LAkewood R~dio Carpenter Rt. 2, Box 376, Puyallup. --HE.. REALTY 2434. 13ctf 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 Sales and Service 5-6144. . 15p10 FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY-Old cars for RENf: WITH OPTION TO BUY TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clas FREE TUBE TESTING Used Ford Tractors Overhauled junk· also miscellaneous junk GR WHllE BUNGALOW on 4 corner 7847'. · 8ctf . lots in Parkland: Walking distance BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP., Inc. ses. All ages. Mildred. Keller, GR Your . Ford Tractor Dealer 7881. l 5ctl [ · • t" P.L.C. One block to bus, 720 So. 1407 Puyallup Ave. FUiton 2254 FERTILE; screened top soil; pulverCASH for equities. Fifo Motors, 5026 115th. Mick GR 3871. Tacoma, yYash. 13c51 So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. B.ctf ized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, Garifeld St., Parkland GR. 3691 GR 5192. 15.~tf Parkland Centre Bldg., USED FURNITURE. Also generous TRACTOR WORK, leveling. GR. Airport and Leonards Crossing ' trade-in allowances and bank terms. 4282. 13ctl GR 3871 Day or E;ve. , _,f!!&12 e ewnrrrr=rmrreFm £ rw. • Parkway Furniture, 141-st & Pacific. GR. 3941. 8ctf FERTILIZE NOW for SPOT CASH WINTER GREENERY COMPLETE , FOR RENT-Small furnished house, CHILD CARE-Wish to do child For Your Used Furniture care in my own home. GR.. 3503. adults only. GR. 5846. 10t51 1 Piece or House Full GARAGE SERVICE 14ctf FOR RENT-Small business building, Block's Furniture Mart sui_table for offices, on Garfiell St. GR 7270 125th & Pacific 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 AUTO ACCESSORIES in Parkland, $20. GR. 5344 or GR. RADIATORS, scrap iron, junk cars A.TLAS TIRES & BATT.ERIES WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; BA.BY FURNITURE, new and used. 3526. lOctf and batteries. Puy. 5-21141. Hecker, planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI. SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 lViarket. the Wrecker. 4056. 15ctf 15ct1 ANDERSON Bctf HECKER the WRECK;ER - Used SPECIAL 127 - 620 - 120 guaranteed film, 3 for97c. Quality Photo Servand rebuilt ,transmissions, also gears; all makes and models; phone Puyice, 9610 Pacific Ave., _P. 0. Box LISTINGS WANTED 176th St. & Mt. Highway allup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI 12, Fern Hill Sta. 15ctf PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO We are selling Parkland hmpes3242, evenings. · 15ctf SEWING MACHINES Singer elecwe need more reasonably priced Airport & Pacific GR 3112 UPLAND W-OOD, 2 cords $14. GR tric with attachments, $23.50; White homes to sell. We have a waiting ·-· 3306. · 15ctf eli=ctric, $24.95; new lightweight list for rentals. Call Mr. Harmon, FOR RENT-Completely furnished FOR SALE - Cro~ley Shelvador portables, $37.50; Necchi or Pfaff Mr. Damme!, Mr; Smith or Mr. l- and 2-bedroom apartments, all frigerator AMB-7 Model- LA 7027 $69.50; many others, new or used; Inloes. utilities paid. GR 6770. lOctf ' ' 15-c-51 terms and trade. So. Tacoma SewSUBURBAN REALTY ing Machine Co., 5444 So. Ta9920 Pacific Ave. GR 3624 FOR RENT 3 room furnished BLUE LAKE Canning Beans {;;r coma Way. HI 7154. 15ctf apartment. GR 3015. 10-p-50 sale. GR 8475. 15-c-51 CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY- FOR J;EASE -;-- Modern, well located FOR SALE Baby bassinet and MENT INSURANCE PLAN. s~rvtce stat10n on _heavy trave!ed slloller. Call GR 5561. 15-c-50 _ • WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, highway and servmg a growmg . . . _ HORSE SHOEING now available local district in the Tacoma 8.rea. FOR. SALE B~autiful rnmiatuie every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, acreage, lots, building sites, homes Call Poche! Distributing Co. GR Chihuahua puppies, GR 4191._ Box 475, Graham. J. R. Young. (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed· 86?4 , L>-c-l t6ctf rooms). We have cash buyers waiting-. FC)R - ~ENT 1 hedroom modern~ llk>fi lvfILK COVtS, sold on tern1s. GaH1~ ~urnished cottage; adults only; LA ALL S~ZES mon, Rt .. 3, Box 70?, Tacoma, :! • Good Cleaners l!ll Popular Makes 0470. 10-p-50 STEEL ANGLES miles south _()f'_§ummit. 16ctf Property Management InsuranCC; 9 10-Day Money Back Trial FOR RENT Small furnished CHANNELS & PLATE REGISTERED Herefords; co_ws, heifNotary 1 ·crs and bulls; also com1:1erc:~J Here9 Free Home Demonstration house; adults only'. GA 5846. 10c50 We Buy Scrap Iron & Metals Member Of Tacoma Real Estate Board L . n• fords, Angus and Sho1thom cattle. Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 336~ FOR RENT - Trailer space at Roy Terms Y. Inquire at Y In and Out. GR OrtnWeSf' Phone 6112. _ 16ctf Hurry! Supply Limited FOR SALE-4-ro"om house at 218 8319. . 10-p-53 REGI~TERED polled Hereford bull Deeded St., Orting, 1· blocks from • • · ··" ':J • service. Breed the horns off. Phone Main St._; city water, electricity and 1311 So. Tacoma Way GR 6112. 16ctf sewer; practically 1 acre of ground; Hiiiside · 7793 $1,000 cash; also misc. pieces of WASHING MACHINE PARTS Largest stock ·in town. Repairing furniture. For furthet· information d"mg.·A 't S 1· 3804 Portland Ave. HA 9587 write G. I. Lewis, Rt. 3, Box 521, ,. _that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, VALLEY TOP SOIL rich and black any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctf La CROSSE PRINTERS .-. l!llll ,...--.. Z.LAJiAdiiHJ;, . -~ Puyallup. · 9c5 l 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf COMPLETE JOB 36 MONTHS TO PAY

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