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December Wedding

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Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Audrey Jeanne Carrell, <laugh· ter of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy J. Carrel! of Parkland, and J oscph Skryniarz, United States Air Force, at Trinity Lutheran church Saturday evening, Dec. 6. The reception will he held at the church following the ceremony.

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FIREMEN PLAN .ANiNUAl BALL

Kapowsun P~ TA Program 1t's quilt'. possihl1· that IZapowsin P-'rA \vill nct'd ri "st::1nclin15 roo1n nuly'-' :-;ign for the regular monthly IlHTting, scheduled for this (Thursday) evening at

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Kaiser, Delbert Ladwig, Leonard Fish fin·.d and others. . . ·. Each yPar the dance 1s given to :

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raise money for incidental c'xpc1pcs -.J~• of the firemen and the fire hall. All members of the volunteer 'company c;

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Mrs. St:lllky .J. Wnlkcr, pn'sidcnt of the P:icific Gallr'ry Artists, will do an illustratL'd hy1nn in color, synehronizcd with nn1sir. hv 1hc Grahan1 Con1~ 111u11ity cliurch j1~11ior choir, \vhich sjug·s under the ]cadership of Mrs. Orley Ancl n·ws, assisted by Mrs. Oscar Ad:Hns. Mrs. Walker has bccon1e quitP fn1nous for her chalk-talks, a spt'l'iahy which she has generously prPscnted for 1n<tny church and club m1dicnccs. Mr. W:ilker will provide s1wcial lightirw; cffrcls which will cnhnncc the br·auty of the picture as it takes forrn under the talented hand of his wife. Mrs. Wriller McGrr; president, will preside for the business session and ]\:fl's. Fred Erickson, progran1 chair.n1an, wiH pr(-·scnt Mrs. Walkcr 1 s attractive nu1nh<'r. Follo,.ving the pro· grain an infnrinal social hour \\rill be enjoyed witl1 Mrs. Harry Allen, hos-

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WORDS AND lVIUSIC-For Mrs. Stanley J. Walker's "rii;;_;~,:;t~d ify;;:;-ri'' at Kapowsin P-TA meeting tonight will be provided by the Graham Comnu1nity -church Junior .Choir. :J..,cft to right, the singers are: Front TO\\r~ Carrol Opsahl, Mary Shofner, Joyce Sorenson, Joyce Shofner, Eunice McGee and Ruth Eisenberg; back row-Marie Stanke, Carol Sorenson, Terry P,arsons, Roger Schn1idt; Audrey Lindberg and Kathleen O'Neill. ~ ~Photo by McKcwen Studio

$50,000 Needed For New Church

Hi Booster Club Meeting Nov. 25

Drive Now On

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Spe'm·hcaded by a _large and en· thusiastic con1n1ittce, the full mei:-1bcrship of the Parkland Methodist church this week launched an aggressive drive for $50,000 to build a new sanctuary. On Sunday all the workers attended .the kick-off dinne1· at the church, there being ·approximately 90 present, this event officially opening the

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drive. Several l':':rge gifts ~ad been pledged at this time, mnountmg to almost $7,ooo, making the tally "first down and $43,000 to go." It is confidentently believed by those in charge of the campaign that the total $50,000 will be raised this week. All workers will report progress at the meeting called for Sun?ay foll?w· ing .. the morning worship serv1~e. Orvillc Weeks is the local chair'man. Mrs. George Miller, prospects 'chairman, is assi.st.cd by Mrs. ·charles Peterson/Mrs. 1lwan Lar'SOf! and Mrs. (Continued.on Page Fli>ur\.

TIME IS HIERIE! Please place your Thanksgiving orders hy 'I.'ucsclay if possible.

AUNT SUE'S Bakery 209 So. 04th

TURKEYS

The annua·I benefit dance of the Summit-Woodland-Collins. Volunteer Fire department is the big .event of the wc,ek for that i community and will be held Saturday evening, November 22, in the Fruitland Grange ball. Bert Parrot is general cbairman, beading a cou1111ittec \vhich includes Frank- I oL. 15· wcl'.k~ instruction, which, they

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The regular monthly meeting of the Hi Booster club will he held Tuesday evening, Nov. 25, at the new Franklin Pierce high schpol, beginning at 8 1 0 clock. • Following the business session, with C. M. McKenney presiding, an attractive program will present Marilyn Krumm in vocal selections; Kerney Fransen, saxophone numbers; Betty Stokes, Thanksgiving reading. Morris Ford, superintendent of the Frankl in Pierce school district, will head a personally conducted tour of the completed high school buildings.

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serve without pay, ready at. any ho.ur. D~y ~f the day .~r n_ight to turn out to fight <H · U -~. fires or ass1st 111 any e1ncrgency. The_ 1 · very fact that this well' trained group ,'.With no mail delivery on Thursis available in case of fire is reflected ,day ,of next week, Th'anksgiving day, in lo\.YtT _fire insurance rates in t!1e' th~e,-,Times-Journal w111 be issued one community, resulting· iri real dollars cl~Y· early, going into the post office and cents savings. But, greater than mi,.Tuesday night for delivery WcdLhis, is the sense of security !hat such nes,day, an organization gives to residents of ;;for this reason it will be necessary the area who know that help is to be to' ·have both news and advertising had almost immecliately should it be cripy earlier than usual. Please send needed. in'.news by Friday if at all possible, The Summit-Woodland-Collins fire- of.herwisc early Monday. The deadmen meet at their fire hall every lilie for advertising copy will be Monday night, holding a busin.ess l,o'clock Monday. · session thefirs\Mo.nday of each month Churches planning a Thanks.giving and drilling a II other Mondays. At service will appreciate the early deprcscnt the men arc taking the valu- liyery date, ideal for advertising holiable state training course, consisting day gatherings.

Preschool Plans a "Dad's Naght11 Program 0

The regular monthly meeting of the Harvard-Midland Preschool will be held Tuesday, Nov. 25, in the kindergarten room at the school. The annual "Dad's Nite" program will be enjoyed. Arlie G. Masters will he the featured speaker, his topic being "Spiritual Guidance in the Home." A social hour will follow the meeting. Hosti;sses be Mrs. Jean Bagky, Mrs. , Krj]neth Crnwford, Mrs. John .CJr':':ig and I\frs. Clyde S,Pe.nccr.

RABBITS

Armstrong's PouHry f~arkel

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN of the Summit-Woodland-Collins district, left to right: Chief Ashley Butler;. Norm Nelson, Harold Lamm, Don Gilmore, Ray Gogan, Delbert Ladwig, Luther Lamm, _Sid Waring, Joel Olson, Captain Leonard Fish, Murray Lloyd, Charlie Deel<, Wayne Afrank, Lt. Frank Kaiser, Lt. Kenny Hoff and Assistant Chief George Purdue. Other members of the volunteer company, not shown in the picture, are Assistant Chief Glenn McAfee, Hank Brakcbush; Hany Lee, Ed Purdue, Bert Parrot, Lowren Johnson, Harold Leaman and Joe Hofto. -Photo by McKewen Studio ~lFTMil!lil

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Vvith !J1is week's issue of the Times-Journal, the circulation hos bcrn increased to give full coverage of Alder, Elbe, National, A.shford and LcGrandc co1n1nunities. T'hesc new readers arc wclcon1ed into the big T'irncs-Journal fa1nilY ·which now· includes n1ore than 31,000 individuals, the Times-Journal being the largest community newspaper, in point of circulation through the U. S. post office. in the Northwest. Those having news of interest in ·their con11nunities are invited to srnd it in for publication ris spare permits .

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A plant and bake sale will be hc;d FritLiy at the corner of the Park 11 Shop. on Pacific avenue. The sal.c, 2500 Used Tires schedule-cl to begin at 11 a.m., will Hard To Get Sizes feature a large variety of house plants and bulbs Iron1 Lhe honics of the Aux220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 1 iliary membc-rs. On sale also, will be home baked foods fro}11 the members' own kitchens. Mrs. Leonard l\lakcly, assisted by PLATING OF ALL KINDS Mcsdnrnes T't·d A1non and Jnn1cs l'irc Sets • Silver Gifts jcnscu, will be in d1argc of the affair Tea Sets - Many Designs aml ,tsSl.frc the public the prices will EA:~TERN ELECTRObe right and the products superior in PLATING CO. qua.lily. 1407 Pacific Ave. ~~I This sale is for ouc cloy only. Come ~ -

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TI."; crnwd W:lS s*.ma.l: and the wcrent large, but a wonderful t11uc was had by a~l wh? attended the basket social Fnday mght. . The beautiful baskets were. auctloncd bi• Al Scaman an. d the wmners of tlw baskr:ts were more than satisficd with their winnings. Coffee and apple cider were served by the Aux· iliary. Commander James Linder officiated ;it th1~ cc'.n'n1onic:s preceding the auction, commemorating Armistice Day, CommandLT Liudcr gave a short talk honoring the vdcrans who died during the \i\.'rtss. 'I'he flag of our co11ntrx an~i tlw American Legion and Auxiliary flags were carried by Mcsors an<l ?v!csdan1cs Walter Fr:itz and Leonard Blakely. Aeling chaplain for the r:vcning \Vas Al Sea1nnn. Mrs. J:.in1es Linder led the singing of the "Star Spangled Banner," accompanied by Mrs. Willard Blackslonc al the piano. Following the supper, the Legionaircs and their guest sd anced to the smooth rhythm of Mrs. Harold Reynolds, pianist, and Mrs. Blackstone, accordionist. 1'hc door prize was 'von by Waller Fritz and a white G.O.P. elephant, donated by 1-frs. Ben. Bron1w gard, was won by Leonard Blakely. Many guests were present, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. :Frank Herry of Elma. Mrs. James Jensen opened her

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Ieach Friday under sponsorship of the narrow Fern llill Preschool and the Tacoma

Baby Killy Macoy had a escape from suffocation .last week end, public schools. Ed Nelson will act as her life probably having been saved instructor and eallcr for the series. All ~ by the quick thinking of her 11-year- those interested in square dancing _ ORIGlfl~LL'/ IT TOO old brother Raymond. arc invited to participate. A small fee 4<>CA<ri.E AND Acrnrdi11" to his rnollicr 1'1rs. For- will be charged to help defray ex· 1 PIWPVCE. ENoo<:.H OF 'THE WONCEI?. DRllG-: .~ ' . F I . f . 't· '.!' u I (.OJl.TISDNE.,TD fl!.f;AjoNEAR.THRITl5 • rest l\tfacoy, the entire fan1ily v.ras pensf's. ll1:t 1cr 111 ·orn1ahon may be . . =~ lf _,_ .~ PA'HENT FOA.A SIM<-1.E DA'(. asleep upstairs in their Collins road had by callmg GR. 6055 or HI. 2031. • hon1c when Rayn1ond a\vokc at 2:30 a.111. to find the house filled with smoke. He found that his baby sister was d10ki11g and immediatdy roused the family. Doctors told the Macoys that Kitty I 'n1ight have suffocated if Raymond, who attends Collins school, had not acted promptly: His parents discovered that the .. sn1okc 11y·as coining fron1 a wood fire in the livjng roorn stove, banked late Fridoy nnd dosed tightly, according The same busy microbes that by fermentation - like beer and to Mrs. Maeoy. The wood was filled I cause bread . to become "moldy. anti-biotics. To do this a mold with pitch <rnd gave off clouds of have contributed to. the, solution was needed, a group of microbes s111okc, she said.

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Walter Fntz an.cl Dave Haddon. At the mcctml{, ' . .plans were cornp!ctrd for Thanksgivmg Day when the l_; nit members will give a basket of food to a needy family. The women of the Auxiliary arc standing side by side with the men of the American Legion in the Legion's great work of aiding disabled veterans and guarding thr. welfare of children of vetcrans. The Post and the Unit arc planning a community Christmas party and arc also planning to aid mo1-c fan1ilics during the holidays. The Auxiliary not only helps needy families, but the much forgotten or_plians of veterans also have a place in the activities of the Unit. Bringing children of deceased veterans into contact with the educational aids available to them. will be the special work of the Unit for this year. The Parkland Unit has exceeded its · of one of the most intricate chem· that could perform the one step in 1953_ q~ota i': membership, but tl;c ical puzzles of our time. 'fhey the fJrocess that baffled chemists. public 1s rcmmdcd that membersh1p have made available to the crip- It was a tricky problem; hundreds pled, pain-tortured arthritis suf- of molds were tested. Finally is always open to eligible women. Square dance ,classes start Friday ferer greatly increased supplies found one with the unlikely name 1'hc executive board ·wlll n1ert at of the wonder hormone cortisone. Rhizopus, of. the same family as in the Fern Hill dcrncntary school the home of Mrs. Audn·w Hulm Nov. Up to now, cortisone which is 'the bread molds. It did the trick. 13 for a luncheon n1C:cting. Assisting valuable in many diseases in adWhen fermented with chemiHome and Auto Insurance Mrs. Holm h1 serving the luncheon dition to arthritis, has had to be cals fermented from such sources ·'11ade by about 20 very complex as soybeans, yeast and Mexican will be Mrs. Leonard Blakely. yams, it produced a giant short· President Phylli., Blackstone urges ,:teps from scarce ox bile acid. OF ENUMCLAW Scientists at the Upjohn Com- cut to cortisone, allowing the Upall members to turn in their gifts for pany, Kalamazoo, Michigan, had john Company to market it at It Will Pay to Check Our Rates the Gift Shop and toys for needy a hunch unlimited quantities of 20 per cent. below prevailing children as soon as possible. The llext cortisone could be made efficiently prices. GR 3733 M. SLATER GR 9939 meeting night will be December J 2 .~.,......,,,.,,,.; =~. since the second meeting of November was postponed due toThanksgiving j Boy m .holiday. Capt. Herbert G. Clayton, 801 So. I on Sunday :_-__.j. R.C.A. M d M* * W'll* d Bl l . I 18th, arrived home by plane ThursAround the open fire at the Scout r. an . rs.. ' ar . ac <Ston_e Clay night Nov. 13 from San Frangrounds at Pioneer park at Graham, celebrated their eighth .wed.dmg anm-. · c1sco ·.: · 11av1ng o · crosse - 'cl t h. e p ac1·r·ic on ': vcrsary Saturday mght at the Century t h e · G' enera 1 B rev.'ster. H e h a d serve d John Raffctto, field executive for the . b al l room. Followmg the dance, the . I' · h t mont h s. A- t h'1s Mt. Rainier Council of Boy Scouts of Radio . . 1n \..orf'a f or e1g America, presented the charter for Blackstoncs and their guests dmcd at p l l ·· d h . . ar \. an on1e h, e was we I come d b y Boy Scout troop No. 160 and Explor· Sales and Service Pmgs Garden. Hclpmg the couple his wife and ll-months-old daughttr er Scout troop No. 160_ to the Kacelebrates were: Messrs and Masdamcs P .. . d er, Ben B ro~gard, Roger. atncra. , . powsin P- TA, the sponsoring group J a1ues L 1n Crusan, Leonard Jllakely and Mr. It was Just sev.en years ago. this for Scouts of tl1is area. Apphances Ronald Painter. month that Captam Clayton, then a Mrs. Walter McGee, president of Parkland CentTe Bldg. GR. 3691 lieutenant,· returned to the United Kapowsin P-TA, presented the charINSTALLATION & REPAIRS St~l-es after serving 26 months in ters to Mike Michener, institutional Europe in World War II. A reservist, representative of lhe Scout committee. he was called back into the Army for Also present for the ceremony were the I<.orean ca1npaign. Ray Jameson, scoutmaster of Boy Open Eve. Mon., Wed. & Fri. Shortly before being released, he Scout troop, and John McDonald and 13022 Pacific GR 5689 was proinolcd Lo the rank of captain Frank Ressler, the assistant scoutmasLocated at :;ind was awarded the Bronze Star. He ters. Also Earl Schywhart, advisor of Parkland-Ilrookdale Electric was attaehcd to a n1edical combat SPECIAL A l"TENTION the Explorer Scouts, and William Ancompany in the 4Dth division, 223rd derson and Walter Anderson, assistant To regin1cnt. advisors. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT Scout co1nmittcemcn who \vcrc in~ traduced included Martin Jorgenson, chairman, HaJTy Allen, Louis Gohr, George Bennett, Ellsworth Kcum·dy, Benjamin Eisenberg, Myron Kreidler l x:f End Match Utility Flooring, per J 00 Ft. ________ $9 .10 and Walter J\1cGcc. 2x8 Utility Cedar Log Siding, per 100 Ft. ________________ $9.25

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Gas at Competitive Prices

BOB'S PLACE Airport Road & J. St. GR 3395( 18 Years in Parkland

TicJfoc JEWELRY 10331 Pacific Ave. Repairing qf Fine Watches Our Specialty

MEATS Fcatu.rc Baby Beef ~J;li11g For . Lo!?ker Jl:ieat..ihs ,.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Overhaul

FARMERS" MUTUAL

TV & Radio Service

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Sewing Machines

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RADIO -- 1.rV Repairing and Installation Call LA. 8813 STEW ART - WARNER & SENTINEL T.V.

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Green frieze davenport and club chair. Was $289.95 Now $209.95

Rose beige frieze Davenport and club chair. Was $279.50 - Now $209.95.

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receiv.ed a very bad burn while she was helping with the ·banquet Saturday night. All are reported safely on the road to recovery.

Suggests: LEGmOmLA~B

. lb. 69c

U. S. Inspected and Graded

PORK STEAKS ..... .

. lb. 49c

SPARE RIBS .......... .

. lb. 47c

Lea~ Blade Cuts. U. 'S. Inspected

Meai: left oh ...

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TURKEYS -

PLACE YOUR · ORDER EARLY

We'll handle nothing but the finest broad-breast young turkeys. All sizes ·of Toms and Hens.

At HOGANS 98T.H & PACIFIC AVENUE Friday: 9 to 9

You have all heard of the many food plans on the market, but have you heard of POCHEL'S FREEZER PLAN?

We are not selling a food plan with a poor quality Foo~. Freezer, but are offering a dependable firs t-1 in e

Door Jambs

I x4 Fir Flooring Window and Door Sills We Cut Glass

Appliance Dealer

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GRanite 8624

The Executive • 21-Inch Picture Tube • Automatic Brightness Control 8

Local-Distance Booster Switch

411

All-Channel ReceptionVHF and UHF Optional

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Cabinet All Wood, Mahogany, no plastic

• Full Year Guarantee on Parts, Including Picture Tube. With Federal Tax

s29995 N orn1al Installation cf .Ante1u1a Only $33.00 Complete - Only $34.BO Down Two Years To Pay


30-U. of British Columbia*

AACS, installed at McChnrd in 1940, provides services t() guide pilots in their flight when it seems impossible to fly, Air-to, ground service is the actual com· rn:unica.tion o'f the pilot with ground forces. The tower guides the pilot approaching the landing field and gives him the clear signal when to land. Ground Controlled Approach functions to guide the pilot to the landing strip when otherwise he could not find it. This operated in. fog, rain, snow. to "show" the strip to the pilot.

4-Montana State 7-Ccntral Washington* 13-EastPrn W3shington* 14-Whitworth* (''') Denotes conference games. Marciano To Referee Jn Tacoma Paavo Kctonen and Inigo Lucchisi of the Central Boxing club ann_ounccd that World Heavyweight Boxing Champ ·Rocky Marciano will referee the main bout of the Central club's Nov .. 26 card at the Tacoma Armory.

Marciano's appearance is nothing ,new to him as he boxed here previously \vhilc stationed with the army at Ft. Lewis. Accornpanini; Rocky will be his manag<'.r, Al Weill, the former I.B.C. matchmaker. We may have the opportunity of \Vntching Ma1;dano in action at a later date if a few details

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For A Special Treat

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LUNCHES 9818 Pacific

DINNERS Your Nickel Buys a Cup of Coffee llere

GR 7302

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7~eTIMES-J OVED 10,000 CIRCULATION Published every Thursday _at Parkland, Wash. Distributed by direct to every lwme ans] business in Parkland, Eatonville, Graham, Roy, Firgrove, Midland, Waller Road, McKenna, Elk Plain, Kirby, Thrift, Kapowsin, Spanaway, Collins, Summit, Berkley, Harvard, Fern Hill, Ponders, Frederickson.~ Hanliug·, VYoodla:nd, L~1ke \Ticvv,-Fir\.\'ood, Alder, LaGrandc, Elbe, National, Ashfqrd, and southern portions of Tacoma. ADDRESS ...............•.... P. 0. BOX 654·, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON 118th and Pacific A''cnuc Phone GRanite 7100 Qualified as a Legal Publication under Chapter 213 of the Legislative Acts of the 194· 1 Regular Session of _the State of Washington. JACK .BROWN..................... , ................................................ PUBLTSHER 1 NEVA T. I-IONEYWELL ...................................... :..................... EOITOR GIBB THEIS ............. ;...................................................... ADVERTISING WE&, McKEWEN............. ,.......................................... PHOTOGRAPHER ROG McDONALD4 .................................................... SPOR'l'S EDITOR SUBSCRIPTION RATE ....................................................$2.00 per year , (Beyond F~·cc Distribution Area)

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Chilly days are a good time for desser~s that are liot and a little hearty, and this Old-Fashioned Pineapple Sh9rtcake is a new twist to that popular favorite that's delicious and out-of-the-ordinary, and so easy to make you'll be serving it often, Heating the golden pineapple in the light butterscotch sauce gives it a delicate yet tangy flavor and the pineapple chunks retain their firm, characteristic texture during this cooking so the dessert is picture-perfect when you bring it to the table. You'll find dozens of ways of brightening all of your meals with this versatile fruit. For example, juicy pineapple tidbits are a tempting topping for breakfast cereal, they wake simple seafood salads '·;viting :and add gfamour arfd variety to such inexp?_nsive cut.s of meats · hamburger and liver.

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We Are Happy To Announce

Dale fleming is now associated with our firm

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MEN'S PAJAMAS SOFT WARM FLANNELS BOLD RA YON PRINTS BROADCLOTHES in Regular and Extra Longs

Madden's Men's & little Men's Shop Parkland Centre Bldg.


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RELIABLE teen-age girl wants baby . sitting. GR 7367. 5cll

6-Lost & Found

52 Rambler Sta. Wagon .... $2195

REW ARD for information of S~acncsc cat lost at the Blue Spruce .l\.fotcl; phone Emerson 72G9, Seattle. p610 LOST - From back or' pick-up trucl~ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1 Craftsman power hcrnd saw; con1 a111 nu luJJg«·T connected \vith the tact Smith's Cabinet Shop, SpanDoll & Mnrir·s Shoppe and will not away; GR 79-19. GplO be responsible for debts incurred other than by myself. Marie Bailey. lc13 WAJ\TED TO BGY Building suitable for hog house; call GR 3307 after 5. 8cl0 A0CTI01' SALl'.. SPOT CASH '!lF YOU W>1nt more cash quick, sell For Your Used Furniture by auction. Every Fri., 7 :30 p.m. ' 1 Piece or House Full Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. Block's Furniture Mart Free pickup service. LA. 8505. " 1 2ctf ·820 J So. Tacoma Way .... LA 2882 CASH for equities. Fife Motors, ! i126 Sc;, Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. 8ctf f;PAI\"AWAY ELECTRIC Rcsi- RADIATORS, map iron. jlllk cars and batteries. Puy. 5-2 '. 41. Hee :ker, dcntial and commercial contract~ the Wrecker. ing; cs6n1ates free; _24 years expericnce; GR 7064. 3ctf 8ctf

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,f.-Auctions

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40 CHEV. Coupe ................ $3't5 39 CHEV. Coupe ................ $24·5 36 FORD Coupe .................... $195 ]\·fore Cars to Choose From

11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 30 Agent for American Expre1 Money Orders

Inc. Nash in Tacoma Since 1918 OiB 15 So. Tac. Way HA 1760 722 Broad\vay BR 0303

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E. M. HAMILTON PLUMBING

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McKINLEY HILL

ROTO TiiLLING Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722. 3ctf 6311 McKixiley Ave. GA. 0365 LAND CLEARING and . leveling; Member Taco.ma Real Estate Board CH . ILD CARE - In my home, days. reasonable rates Ly hour or contract. GR 4104-. 14ctf Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294. 3ctf COLLEGE GIRL Wan,ts partWE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level timc work Tuesday and 1 hursday Insurance of All Kinds buildings; concrete work. Reasonafternoons and Saturday; houseNotary Public able. GR 3550.-3ctf. v-1ork, baby sitting, clerking, etc.; Est. in Parkland since 1941 GR 861 l, Extension 7. 14cl 0 GR 7232 days; GR 8210 Eve. & Sun. WAJ\TED-_::-·-B-;t;y--;itting by re208 Garfield Street NOW BS THE Ji?hle mother and daughter; GR NEW HOUSE FOR SALE-Park3:i04 . l4c!O TIME land Dist. Only $4,250. It's small, • but has everything for comfortable 15-MtSCe '8 Insulation living. Call during day GR 7292. . , _ • Siding Evenings Sumner 3-4·873. 9c10 !'OR SALE -Two wheel trailer, $3::>; • Roofing FOR SALE OR TRADE-ly.'; acres, !~our shch·c, sectionctl book.cct.se, $15; "W catherstripping } our burner gas range, $ 3 :>. Tele. all clectred, ready to build, for pickOur Spee ialty" up 01 late model car; GR 5063. 9pl0 5-7202 days; 5-8246 after S:~O P · 10 m. JJ-p__ FOR SALE Beauty equipment, enough. for two booth shop, very FOR RENT - Small office building rcasuuable. GR 3851. 15c!O on Garfield St., -20. GR 3526. Good dry down lOctf FREE WOOD log-s. Bring your saw and help you.rFOR RENT - Small cottage with sclf. If you are unab!P to lrnul it, bath; neat and clean,; partially furI'll haul it for you after you've cut nished With refrigerator; only $30 & it, very reasonable. GR 63 74. I 5ctf per month to reliable party; light and water furnished; Midland Dists. I\ TTENTION Building ContractorsCompany GR 8585 days. lOclO . De Vault power swi,;g saw for rent; phone GR 374B. !Set[ .New Owner ======~=·:=~:a;;-~===·=-;::::·:;::;····::::; FOR SALE - Building 20'x36'; was Sherwood Army barracks building; being used as stable; must be moved; GR 8877. 720 East Main 15pl0

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Roofing

Robert

FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT

Puyallup Tele. Days: 5-6732 Evenings: 5-6148

PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO Airport & Pacific GR 3112

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geese, White Chinese, buff and ;~:~)~louse, $.5 each. 5-7653 ~~~~1

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. SLABS, 8 ft. to 1.6 ft. long, $1.50 a HALL FOR RENT - At 11102 So. load, you haul. Tooles Sawmill, Yakima. For information call HI Davis Road, Graham. 15ctf DRAINAGE - Septic tank installa24-39. lOctf HOME MADE Fudge and Fruit Cake. tion; side sewers; earth work of any Order for holidays. GR 5649. type; by hour or contract. Hauser 15c10 & Seifert. BR. 9141; R~s. GR. 8121. 3ctf WASHING MACHINE PARTS FOR SALE - Hand painted stools Largest stock in town. Repairing for tiny tots. Nursery designs and that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, A.Ian's child's names, GR 3504. l 5cl 0 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf SALES AND SERVICE FOR SALE Hot Point wringer STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in wctsher, with pump, very good conHouse and Commercial Makes Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 dition, $60. GR 8677. 15c10 Motor Service Washer Service Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in 1872. llctf GR. 6662 16 lst & l'aiific Ave. Rupe Machine Works Next Door to Target Sport Store Shop GR 7450 - Res. HI 6190 Spanaway Pacific Ave. at Brookdale ------ROTOVATING, Llade work; no job .p. O. Bo:i<: 645, Parkland too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7+92. AUTO MACHINE SHOP 3ctl

11-Repair Service

Refrigeration

12-Used A.utos

OVER

UPHOLSTERING

100

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

Parkland Upholstery

CARS & TRUCKS

And GARAGE

We have new machinery for Grinding Con Rods, Heads, Brake Drums & Pistons. Pistons, Rings & Exchange Con Rods in Stock. En· gine Rebuilding Our Specialty.

UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, 1I07 Market Street. 15ctf FOR SALE - Service station cash register, late type, rings up to TO CHOOSE FROM $100; also fill dirt, top soil, or peat, $3.50 up; upland slabs and sawdust; also '41 Plvmouth 4·-dr. sed .. LUCKY in good repair, and '46 Plymout11 coupe, mechanically perfect; best And SERVICE of(er; call GR 6520. 15ctf A.CE SEPTIC TANK SPECIAL If you use oil to heat 135th & Pacific Avenue with and live within a 2-mile radius SERVICE of lOOth and Pacific Ave., we can GR Septic Tanks Cleaned. offer you a real saving on your heating oils. Lapcnski Fuel Co. GR. 4343 'OR SALE-.:.:.:.-19'.l!n'.lhcvrolct coupe 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 0. Il. ACKLEY HA 5701 with radio and heater, Metctl tele- FERTILIZER by yard or sack. GR. scoping box in tmnk; GR 6256. ' 'l l OB. 15ctf l 2c! I RAY GOGAN ALFALFA HAY - By the bale or, LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION. ton. Grass lrny $1.00 per bale. Will General landscaping service new take livestock in trade. Delivery can lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, . LaCROSSE PRINTERS be arranged. 2nd. house past Roy Y rockeries. Nothing down, 35 months GRanite 7100 on MS· Ro.ad, __ ....., . ~~ _ )5ct( to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf

12814 Pacific Avenue GRanite 3201 Res: GRanite 3131 ~JOUSE MOVING; leveling; foundations; cement work; free estimates. PR 2653. Seti JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. Ditch digging. Truck loading. Com_plcte tracti:ir work. GR 5932. tf

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SALES

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large loft,, 2-car water. On hardis Security Plus Lank terms. Mr.

Price Reduced

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\N'oods Coffee ... 79e

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4 '1 Acres - Graham

BEST OF SOIL - No rocks. Big 4-bcdroom home, which is a dandy. All outbuildings in best of condition. A good clean j'at·m. Well \('orth $13,500 with approx. $1000 down. Eves. Mr. Black GR

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Mnm:e

ON 12 LOTS - Has concrete OWNER SAYS SELL~But fast, for $ 750. less. I acre, with 2 foundation, wired 220. Good(could be 4-bedroorn) home. ,sized living roon1 and kitchen. Large living room, v.ro.11 to \Vall Located in So. Parkland, and carpet. Barn, chick house, broodthe price is only $5250. You er house. Close to Pacific. $8250, won't be able to beat it for valu.e. Tenns.

Grahgm

Spanaway Food I Center · ·1

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Trade .. Parldemd Home .. Fer Chidum Rcn'!ch

Sodas ...

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H@rd Mix

... 59c

Spice Cake ..... l9c

I HAVE A very nice 2-bedroom home with a good-sized living room, cabinet kitchen, utility room and garage on a 50xl82 ·ft. lot on bus line in Parkland. I will trade my home for a small farm which has a fair-sized chicken house. It need not be close in. My house is well worth $7000. Call my Broker, Mr. Loring, GR 3&31, for inore details. lm'i:

Ripe

parking :facilitif'."> nre adequate. There-

fore those advocating the location of the new building at this point should get 1noving ..• tin1e's a\vasting. An.other potent power of the county commissioners is that of appointing a new state senator to replace Senator Don Eastvold who has gone on to greater duties. We of the Parkland area certainly hope that Comn)issioner Sprinkcr will bear in mind that a host of friends in the Parkland ctrea would be very highly pleased jf it could be so .decided to aj)point a replacement from this area . . . also if such a selection could be placed above pal" t y politics. The next yours, lYir. Cqmn1isis,0ner.

OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING FARMS HOME AND FARM BUREAU • REAL ESTATE i2810 Pacific Ave., Parkland GRanite 3931 .... Eves. and Sunday: Mr. Loring, GR 3931; Mr. Black. GR 3272 .... ·

Cl!llbe SteC11ks .... 89c Lb.

Pot Roast ..

.89c

Spare Rubs .

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Ground Beef.

.59c

Lb.

·U. Rome Beauty

Lb.

Apples

. 10c u,,

Good

Bananas ....... 15c PRICES CONSISTENTLY LOW QUALITY CONSISTENTLY HIGH

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Prices Eff•. Nov. 21, 22, 24 & 25 ™

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TAP, ALlR0BAT1U, .liALL!OT Ula• -- ses. Ali ages. Mildred Keller, GR 7881. · 15ctl FERTILE, s~reened top soil; pulver: ized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, GR 5192. 15ctf

Tacoma's

BROOKDALE lUt4BER

largest Builder of ·small $4,750 Homes and First Garages

COMPANY

the Best

111

16-livestock & Equip. WANTED Horses and eows for mink . f~cd; call Puyallup 5-8228 collect. 16ctf FOR SALE - Pigs; also horses, for sale or trade for anything of value; J. R. Young, Rt. 1, Box 475, Graham, Carlson Road. 16c!O

nderson Lu,mber 981 l Pacific Ave.

3 HORSES FOR SALE Reasonable. 1 2 Y2-year-old Bailey Hancock filly, broke. 1 5-ycar-old 1forgan mare, very gentle. 1 Registered quarter horse mare. Will sell separately; phone Puyallup •_5-2288;_e_vcnings, 5-7ill 1. 16etf

GR 7311 I might say a very badly needed item. Traffic at this point is terrific, making it at times practically impossib\e to get across Ah-port Way. Then, to'o, a lot of -pc-ople -cJon'-t stop on Pnrk avenue,

trying to beat a fast moving vehicle: to the approach. I The. county commissioners signed the resolution- last week authorizing Horse ; New Light at Airport and Park . tl;~ state. to ,go ah:ad ;ind erect the !:Well. we finall'l'.,'r?~ ~B.~ t\1.lll'lc~.:~o . f9~,rc~''.Y ~'.?P.~t tl~1~.pomt. '.J'h~.c°c1m­ H'<irry Sprinkcr, ot11' ft:ere2f~Giil@eylliffy ·~~~fl have to P'.'Y a pomon oh~c n ~orrirnis.sioner, we are getting >!Flight ~ill, thus the act1.on of the comm1sBy at Airport ·and Park avenue .• .. and swncrs. However, it has been through ; the efforts of Mr. Sprinkcr that the i An Expert light has con1c into being, together ,\'ith a few petitions floating around Re_vival Hour, 7:45 p.m. the area. Tuesday: Young A semi-activated traffic control Bible Study and Prayer, 7 :45 p.m. , . G h light, this will be a four-way stop. ·Thursday: ~~ . Christ's Ambassadors, young peo- Many accidents have occurred at this 7 ~76 r~n ' \ ~ 11 J point over the period of the last three 1 ple in charge, 7:45 p.m. years, particularly during the time j MILK cows sold on terms. Gamwhich 1 have_been interested in having l UNITED METHODIST CHURCH mon, Rt. s,' Box 703, Tacoma, 4 a light placed there. One can't have Parkland - SpanaW:iy miles south of Summit. 16ctf a light placed evcry\vherc ctn accident Alexander P. Aiton, minister REGIS'l'EifED Herefords; cows, heifocC:urs; however, it is oJily a 1natier ers and bulls· also commercial Here- Sunday school at Parkland and Spanaway churches every Sunday at 9c45 of observance to note that a light at fo~ds, Ang~; and Shorthorn cattle. this point would be of considerable a.m. Phone GR 6112. 16ctf value. Now it is hoped that the· light REGISTERED polled Hereford bull United worship service at the Parkwill be so timed that the light at land church, 11 :00 a.m. service. Breed the horns off. Phone GR 6112. 16ctf Youth Fellowship Sundays, 6:30 p.m. Pacific a\"cnue \\i·ill correspond <luring rush hours .. , a terrific traffic jam All welcome at all services. CA::ill l'UK milk cows, beef, heifers, could develop without proper timing veal and hogs. Call R. Thackeray between the two lights. Our commiscollect, Puyallup 5-5414-. 16ctf CALVARY PENTECOSTAL (Summit Dist.) Corner of Airport & I sioner. is t9 be. again co~lgratulated Churches for domg the residents of his area conBingham Roads sid.erable good. LAKEVIEW CONGREGATIONAL Arthur & Emily Leithold, pastors County-City Building COMMUNITY CHURCH GRanite 3976 Talking about county con1111issionLake & Kendrick Sts., Lakeview Sunday services: ei·s reminds nw that they have a lot 11 :DO n.rn.-Worship service. Rex JorSunday schools, 9:45 ·a.m. of authority and the final' say on a dan of Seattle, leader. · Worship, 11:00 a.m. lot of things . . . one of them being 9:45 a.m.-Sunday school. Young People, 6:'1S p.m. the final selection of a site for the Evangelistic, 8:00 p.m. newly-approved county-city building. I Wednesday: 1 Bible Study and Prayer, 8:00 p.m. It ;.vould be ~l':ll for nll interested · 1 groups from thts end of town to get Friday: AH Saints Church together on one selected site ( mimyj Gospel service, 8:00 p.m. 205. East 96th St. 111 this end of the city consider the CLOVER CREEK BAPTIST - EVERY Sl9'NDAY 38th street. site the. most appropriate) Military Road, opposite Clover 8:00-Holy Eucharist and spend a lot of time promoting that Creek school 9:30-Church School Classes R. L. Hagan, Pastor 10:15-Worship, Sermon & Music' Sunday School, 9 :4·5 a.m. Chmch Service, 11 :DO a.m. Spanaway Trinity Lutheran Church Young People's Service, 6:30 p.m. Used Sewing Machines So. 169th St., 2 Llocks Ea. Mt. Hiway Evening Church Service, 7:30 p.m. H. N. Svinth, Pastor Midweek Prayer Service, Thursday, Sunday School 10:30 a.m.; Harold PFAFF SEWING 7:30 p.m. Ruddick, superintendent. Women's Missionary Union, 2nd and MACHINE CENT~R Divine Service 2:30 p.m. 'Hh Tuesdays, 12:00 noon. We are always at your service,

14--Situations Wanted Shoeing

FOR

Siding

3 Bedrooms

in mind that those who want the site of the new building· d.o\vn-_town are doing· a lot of pron1oting and pressur· ing ... therefore lf \Ve want any consideration from the county commis· SPANAWAY GR. 7512 . sioncrs \Ve. are going to have to come S & W, With Brandy 28-0z. ,Jar ,' up with a better al'gument and more Meat .... facts and figures (not just guesswork Cinel!i's ~ Size j ••• the conunissioners \Vant facts, ac. tual and real-cost of property, cost mpp®red Snacks. 1Oe . 1of excavation, surroundings, drainage, Lb. 11 accresibility, etc.). I The one promise that at least one Sunshine 1-Lh. of the commissioners has made is that any reasonable bona fide presentation Sunshine 2-Lb. Bag of a likely site will be at least considered ... other than that there are no pron1ises. Betty Crocker. Mail in your top A location in the south end of the and it is FREE. city would be of considerable advantage to every resident in this end of \V csco, Large No. 1 Tin the city and the merits of the 38th Olives ..... 25c street site are apparent to many. Cost Lb. of the property is not too high and

1

TOW ARDS GRAHAM Letourneau's Puy. 5-6844

Parkland Realty Co.

Valley Insulation

10 Acres • Close In 3 BEDROOM HOME 20-stanchion barn with garage, 1000-capacity chicken house, etc. City surfaccd road elosc to school and stores. This (at least for the ncxl four years). $13,500 on Black, Eves. GR '.l~72.

ibbons

pri""'f'nted I am sure that some era ti on \vill be given. One must bear

4 Miles So. of Puyallup

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IO-Rentals

ca use to the commissioners. If the Iarguments are sound and the facts arc consid-

WE NEED FARMS of any size in all price ranges, in all 1 ocation:s. We have the buyers.

7

THE TIMBS-JOURNAL

fhursday, Nov 20, 1952

New Crop On Now

FOR SALE New Ford Tractor 1 H. G. Crawler John Deere model M with plow and mower. . 1 Oliver 70. Several Used Ford Tractors. BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP., Inc, Your Ford Tractor Dealer 1407 Puyallup Ave. FUiton 2254 Tacoma, Washington D_E_A_D-STOCK REMOVE:..:Dc::.._W_I_T_H_OUT CHARGE. Highest prices paid for tallow, hides, grease and bones. PUGET SOUND REND~R­ ING WORKS. Phone LAkewood 2434. 13ctf Good Selection of Used Ford & Ford Ferguson Tractors New Ferguson 1'rnctors · Trade in your old Titan Chain Saw. SpcGial trade-in allowance during November USED Garden Tractors. The Pippin Excavator digs, shovels and loads, one operation, from your tractor scat. Hoto-Hoc Garden Tractor $136.00 . RUCK AND SONS TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 114 Puyallup Ave, MA 4117 Tacoma, \Vn,

910

Ht"n-nes

R©!nches Wanted Stock Af!reage .

AFRICAN VIOLET NURSERY

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DRAIN FIELDS. - WATER LINES. City and County Licensed. Free E.~timates. Jim Malyon, 3739Y2 McKinley Ave ... Call HA 6351; Eve. & Sat. HA 60GS. 3ctf SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Cootents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf

Vi~nted

Farms

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FOR SALE - Boys and girls bicycles, 15cltf $25 each; GR 5577. BABY .FURNITURE, new and used.' SMALL .FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. 15ctl ROTTED COW FERTILIZER $1 SA.GK or by the yarol; peat and topsoil. .HI. 4056. 15ctf

SANFORD .. NASH

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PLUMBING REPAIRS ·- Sewer Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing Call

FOR SALE--Benutiful miniature chihnahua puppies: also registered stud service; GR 4194·, 15ctf HECKER the WRECKER - Used and rebuilt transmissions, also gears; all makes and models; phone Puyallup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI 3242, evenings. 15ctf VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctl LEA VE FILM AT Quality Photo Service for developing. In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Av.,,. 15ctf FINE TOP SOIL Rich and black; delivered. Call Puy~ allup 5-8228. 15ctf WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; planer ends, $4 and $8 loads, HI. 4056. 15ctf

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Ii 1 FORD Cpc. .................... $3,15

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Contents Hauled Away HUTSON TANK CLEANING HI 3980 HA 7038

51 NASH Statesman Custom. Radio, heater, O.D., sharp .... $1989

4G NASH GOO. R. &'H ......... $775

GR 8108

Pools Cleaned

Northwest Pipe & Salvage Co.

46 FORD Station Wagon. Radio & heater, good. body ........ $il95

TOTTEN REALTY, In c::.

Septic Tanks, Cess

51 FORD, Perfect, just the car for the \vifr~ for Christma~:;. Less than 12,000 miles ............ $1795

radio, heater & automatic shift .................................... $1115

Property Management Insur DC. Notary Member of Tacoma Real Estate B oard GR.: 369 ,,.iUTO GLASS INSTALLED-::_Auto Office: 328 Garfield St. Upholstery, convertible fops. MA. Homes in Parkland Comm .unity; 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50 Acreage clone in, either witll or "tli

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STEEL ANGLES, PIPE CHANNELS & PLATE We Buy Scrap Tin, Iron & Metals

47 DESOTO Custom. Very sharp,

i•·oR SALE - y, acre, 3 room ho µse, at Midland; garage, chicken. h01usr:; ~'l'lOO; GR 7~7_6., 9 c20 CHECK OUR LOW DOWN F'AY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of all kirn1s .. Fa rms, acreage, lots, building sites, h1 >mes (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed. rooms). We have cash buyers 1 ait· mg.

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51 RAMBLER Country Club; radio, hf'nter, overdrive. \lery clean .................................. $1895

48 LINCOLN Club Coupe. Custom model, loaded with extras and 0. D ......................... $1075

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Submersible Pumps

51 NASH Amb. Airfl»tc .... $2195

50 NASH Statesman 2-tone brown. O.D., Weather eye heater $1575

il=Business Service

36 MONTHS TO PAY

WANTED ~ Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, Taconrn, W2.!fA '140fi_._ _ _12<:_t_J' UPLAND WOOD - Green, 2 cords $14; also dry, cord $12 or 2 cords $20; GR 3306. 15ctf

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HARVARD COVENANT Cl:JURCH 1611 East 85th Street 9:45 a.m., Sunday school; classes for all ages. 11 :00 a.m., Morning worship; Junior church; nursery for infants. 7:00 p.m., Evening gospel service. Tuesday, 7 p.rn., Teen-Time for teen· Trinity Lutheran Church agers. 121 st & So. Park Ave. Second Wednesday'" 1:30 p.m. Har· Dr. Ernest B. Steen, Pastor vard Ladies' Circle. 9:00 n.m .........Chapcl worship service Thursday, 7:30 p.m., mid-week prayer 10:00 a.m ..... Sr. school & Bible classes meeting. 11 :00 a.m ............. Jr. worship service 1 J :00 a.m ......... Church worship service FERN HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 7:00 p.m ..................... Luther League iJGth and G Streets R. W. Ledyard, Pastor - HA. 0381 Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church I Sunday Services no2 So. Park Ave. BiLle School, 9:4:i a.m. Free bus servH. N. Svinth, Pastor ice. Call HA. 4· 19•!.. Residence at church: Phone HA 7601 Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Junior Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m. church and nursery. Morning Worship ................ 10:30 a.m. Junior choir practice, 6 p.m. Luther League Bible Hour.... 6:00 p.m, 6:30 p.m.-Adult Bible class, Ambassadors' Bible class (young people), Sl'ANAWAY FULL GOSPEL The Challengers (children). TABERNACLE Evening Service, 7 :30 p.n1. 166th & Pacific Ave. P. 0. Box 148, Wednesday Spanaway. Rev. S. R. Beddle, pastor; Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. GR. 7676. Choir practice, 8:30 p.m. Sunday services: Third Thursday, Ladies' Missionnry Bible school, 9 :45 a.m. meeting. Mrs. Vincent Lucas, president. GR. 5354. \\fo~slrip, 11 :09...':':m· Parkland Lutheran Church ! 23rd & Pacific Ave. Walther C. Gullixson, Pastor Home: 132nd & A St., CR 7.377 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Service 10:30 a.m.

1x3 Flooring Kiln Dried

$7.10 Per 100 sq. ft.

i x4 Utmty Paneling Vee Groove

$4.90 Per 100 sq. ft,

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only $3.20 ea. Celotex" Ceiling Tile All Colors

11c sq. ft. COMPLETE GARAGE SERVICE AUTO ACCESSORIES !\.TLAS TIRES & BATTERIES

ANDERSON Chevron Service l 76th St. & Mt. Highway

GRanite 6465

RURAL GARBAGE SERVICE

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

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Regiilar Pricie 4.5c sq. ft.

PA INT SPREAD SATIN-The original "rnbher base" paint. All colors, easy to apply. Quarts $1.59 Cedar l,ux-for Clothes Closets Apply I"ike Paint $6.95 Per Gallon

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co-hostess. Those present were Mesdames Edward Flannery, Emerson Tarpenning, Harry White, Jack Henricksen, George Stephenson, Don McLellan and Oliver Ornat.

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2lbs. $1.65 Sadie Hawkins Dance The Sadie Hawkins dance was fun for all who attended Saturday night. Prizes for best costumes went to Ojivcr Omat as Pappy Yokum and.Mrs. Jean Hagen as Mammy Yokum. Second prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. \Var~cn- Stinson, Mr. -S_tinson coming as Chief Rain Drop. It was a close de• cision. for the judges as there were many novel costumes. · Pamily Dinner The Louis Syrnmons family had a pre,Thanksgiving dinner. in· honor of Joe Symmons who recently joined tlw service and is now at Camp Roberts. I Card Party At the Spanaway Volunteer Pirc department auxiliary ca.rd party held Friday evening, prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Messimore, Victor Fox, Wiley Francis, Mrs. Arna Peterson and Mrs. Helen Towner. The tea towels were won by Mrs. Lee Henricksen, the cash door prize by Mrs. George Schnelle. Cubs to Meet Cub pack No..34 will meet at the Metropolitan Park hall, Friday evening. Bob DeBuhr of the main office I will be pre.sent. Each Cub is asked to

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$1 .89

2s-lbs.

Sunshine Krispy Crackers .... : .. 2-lbs. 39e Sunshine Old fashioned Choe. Drops. lb. 39e Olives, large Shurfine .... ,. No. 1 tin 2/49c Olympic:'Sweet Pickles ......... 11-oz. 37c

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S;;/f Glace. Cake Mix .... .43c:I S?IJI Mince Meat ........ 53e 3-Lhs. S1/P Stuffed Olives 3 1/4 -·oz. 35e

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S;;/11 Pineapple Chunks .. 2/ 43c

Shurfine Mayonnaise .......... 24 oz. Heinz Jelly .... ~ ......... fancy glass Softasilk Cake Flour . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Fresh Butter, Daisy Maid .......... lb.

PET MILK , 39c 3 Tall Cans

49c 33e 43c 73e

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TIDE·-·-· ..... -............•......... 31c. IVORY. large Bars ............... 2/25c Calavos . . . . . .. 23c Parsley, Hot House. Cukes

Yams .... 2-lbs. 2lc Long Stalks

Celery ........ lb. Squash .... Jb.

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Onions, Radishes, Artichokes and All Trimmings to make your Holiday Dinner Cdmplete

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Military Social Cards

Every Saturday

LaCROSSE PRINTERS GRanite 7100

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COMMERCIAL MOVING & STORAGE CO. Warehouse Storage Household Goods Agents for United Van Lines 701 Puyallup Ave., Tacoma MA 7101 Eve. PR 8413

B-1.ine Bus Has Lady Driver Now Mrs.· Lois Tilley is certainly getting around in the Parkland-Spanaway area. She has· to~she's the driver of the B-Line Transit Co. bus. Mrs. Tilley· has had a lo.t of experience. d~iving buses and other cars. She lived in Tacoma for 10 years, then moved to Newberg, Ore., where she lived for seven years, all the while wanting to get back to the Puget Sound .country. She feels at home in the local community· as. she has a brother, Chet McAtee, at Spanaway and a sister; Mrs. Carl Burton, on Collins road. She is' looking for a home to rent or buy and h<;lpes to settle down here permanently with her family of five. She may be contacted by calling GR. 8066 or GR. 8688. Mrs. Tilley has acquired an exccllept safety record in her many· years of driving, never having had an accic dent. She assures patrons of the B-Line bus that she will .keep the bus right on time and will ineet Woo\)land, Tac coma Transit and Tacoma Suburban· busts at transfer points as scheduled.

Your

Dramex Dealer

South End Plumbing Near Roy Y Spanaway

GR4100

BUILDING SUPPLIES

SPANAWAY

LUMBER CO. Mt. Highway at Sl""naWa"f

A DOUBLE ROLL

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Times journal v 8 no 10 nov 20, 1952