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The Parkland Volunteer Fire department's annual ball will be a Valentine affair this year, to be held in Sunshine hall Saturday evening, Feb. 14. Plans are now virtually completed and it is hoped that the event

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Will SELECT ROUHD-UP BOSS Selcl:1Jon ol' the 1%3 Parkland Hound-up ehainnn.11 will be among 1.lw niain points or business to be handled at the "pl:u1-laying" meetji;g or the Parkland Business club next V\!ednesrln.y evt~ning. Prexy 'I'rav Dryer -will bring

at the Country House, but wili also present an interesting evening of response from the local merchants Begiii.n~~lg next Sunday,. permits j entertainment, Thmsday, Feb. 12. the results being that at least .are. requi<i;ed for out-cloor.-fires, Fru.....J.-Ui:nJ..MSMJ!JJrie .wi.l) .ag:aJn be rµas- attractive dam' prizes have been 15 to Oct: '15. Residents in Fit:e _dis- ter of ceremonies, American Legion donated. · · · triel No; 6 may obtain tb.eir fire i lJQSt No. 228 will present the colors, Nor have the Bingo games been permi.tsa.t the P_ arkland fire hall !I invocation by- the Rev. A. P. Aiton slighted as manv., fine prizes have . , . . . after 8 p,m. any ev<ming, and at no ! and installation of 1953 officers by been obtained for the games wlrich other place nor Ume; Those apply-: Herb Socolofsky. The "Men About (Continued on Pa~c 7) ing for a fire permit must have their; Town" will present· several numstreet address, house number or i bers. A tap dance will be presented . legal description of property. (Continued on Pai\"e 4) '

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include the method ot selection of Hound-up chairman for future years. Initial plans for the annual Fourth of July fireworks display will he discussed also. 'l'ickets will be distribnted this week for the dinner meeting which is llelrl in the S:Llos Grange beginning at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, l<'ebrunry 18. A large turnout is expoeted.

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rarkland P-TA will meet at 8: 00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, in the. school gym, with Mrs. J. Brunton i1resenUng a. Ji"ounders Day program. Mrs. .James Sales, hostess clmirman, will ho assisted by Mesdames A. 1''. Smith, A. Lmclinsky, H. Bleel10n ani! K Rogers. Table decorations will be in the anniversary l1a

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·r.arklandites in com~and , at the · er was also a ~ember of a U. Of W:.. 1 world re:ord for. 1.1:e mile-Roel~y [ Booster General Electric clock radio; fourth, 1Thursday, Feb. 12, 1953 THE. TIMES-JOURNAL 3 fmal gun to wm by a oO to 53 score. Iteam, Jack Nichols, who had ac· Castellam was el1mmated from the . • Sunbeam mixer. Then there will be Bi.ll Baber .led Hie Vi.'ildcat scorers cumulated a 265 point tota.l in his middleweight b.oxing hopefuls for a P!~ns, ycn~de~l~le a nu:i:ibei· o;>,f small prjze~. AttendGraduates Bethel Hi TA w1th lG pomts. 11st year of play. /crack at the uUe when he lost a 'lhe .F1anklm Prnrce H1-B?oste1 ance is not necessary to wm; where O'Brien & Hovbregs Set New Marks Shantz Signs Contract j close contest to an unknown French dub will present a program m the could you get a better value for 50 A three-weelr holiday at his Ta~·1 Plans Family Dance Johnny O'Brjen and Bob Hou· The Philadelphia Athletics. have; man by the name of Pierre Langlois J Parkland school March 6. T~is will cents? Get your tickets from any coma home followed Airman 2/c B. ethel Hi P-TA will sponsor a bregs, two All-American possibili- signed their star pitcher, Bobby !-Bobby Bragan, ex-manager of the j be a big eve~mg of entert~mme~1t member of tbe Booster clnb or call Earl H. Mayes' graduation from P·TA family dance Feb. H, Valenties from the northwest, set new 1 Shantz, to a two year contract that i Fol't Worth baseball team will pilot and fun. An e1ght-aet vaudeville will the high school. Don't forget, March radio mechanics school at Scott Air I tine's night, at tho Bethel high By s~ori.ng marks over t~e week~nd. calls for $25,000 salary per year to 1 the Hol:ywood Stars in t~e Coast he put on. Acts are ,chosen fro~ 6, F;:anklin P.ierce High Booster Force Base in Illinois. Mayes will school. Music. will be furn.ished b'. Rog McDonald 0 Brien scored 33 pomts agamst the little midget. Shantz, a pint-I loop 1.his season sncceedrng Fred 1.he commu~ity and "ill be humor benefit vaudeville show. leave soon for Camp Stoneman, the Beth.el H1 band. Robert Hage1, PLC Takes Fifth In A . Row Montana State Saturday night to si~ed hurler, won 24 games and lost I Haney-Yelm and l~atonville are ous and serious. Franklin Pierce I-Ii-Booster club Calif., and a new assignment, He Is recreational instructor in Tacoma The Pacific Lutheran college run his four-year scoring tot'Ll to ! 7 for the Athletics last year to be 'I tied for the lead in the Pierco ConnEa.ch district has been aslrnd to executive boa.rel will meet in the the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. schools, will take over for an hour basketball team h~s finalf~.hit it's 2,925 points, breaking the national I one of the leading pitchers in the. ty High School nilsketball League have at least two ~cts that will be high school Monday njght, Feb. 16; Mayes, 10402 So. Parlr Ave., of. square dances and mixers, which s.tnd~ and moved mto. a thnd pla. ce college fo:11·-ye'.1r seonng rec~orrl. i ma joi· leagues. This new contract with 9 and 2 records-Indiana, the ~.udged by the ~;1dienco .an·c.l at the all members are. m:ged to be present will be Io.ts of fun for young and 1 tie with the College of Puget Sound Seattle Umvers1ty, led by the httle gives Shantz a large boost in pay nation's number two baskotbn.11 end of tho pmJormance ,, lovmg b:v President McKmney. old. It will be an event for the in the Evergreen conference. Led giant, overpowered the lVlontana i over his contract of last vea.r He team, jirnt barel~.' downed the North- cup will.. be presented to the win- -·--· . RIC!fARD M. WADSWOR~H, whole.family and all are invited. . . the second m,,ht ·~ · . · , , · . ll">h.,;.,111;;,...,. first lleutenant m. the U. ·S. Manne by Bob Ross, the Lutes rac i-ce d up. team fo1 ma iow was relatively unknown in ·the' base1 western U. 88 to 84-I<nmlr Stojak nmg grnup. ..,.. • ""'H""'"" 5.,,.:e"""'"" """ '""""' , · f'"th "d e d 100 t 0 82 COUil t · H OU· ball world before amassing his fine PU t S 1llS · 1'ac.1 . . 1..lC COas1: Jlllltor . . hca.vy'l'h 8 b'ig ll!Oney Value Of the eveth ell' h S t 1·jll'ght v1·ctory Satur- b.:l• a 1Op-Sl oc::ae«-v .Corps, took . part , m .the Eisenhower , . te:rce Uflt 'Y · ht a t th e expe - 11 se of the b 1.egs b.101-ce th e N or tliern . n·iv1s10n, · .· h t wresl.lrng . · . b d 'II maugm al paiade. .fan. 20 m Washd ay mg record last year. He would have f weig crown on the block mng w1 11 e the oor prizes that will Rt 1 Box•513 . · " I . · .. . .. · . . . . . . . • ' mgton D. C. He is a former Lincoln Central Washmg.ton Wildcats. Roos 1' Pac1f1c Coast confeience sconng probably won more games .during I Friday mght agamst Km.·t va. n p. be given away c.lunng the entertainSpanaway Loop Road . · · ht f h' • • • ' • . • • • • • • high school student and a veteran 1.iad one of the best mg s o is I iecord as .. he canned 28 porn ts j the season had he not bee. n injured p. enheim-Nebraslrn npsnt the Kan- ment: First pnze, 9 cubic foot I Sunday School-10. 00 A.M. .. . . . . · t t o: agarnts · · Sunlay Service-ll·OO of Korean fight.mg. Hrn mother lS · Weekly GARBAGE Collecttol!I> career as he score d ~''8 porns the Washmgton State c oug- in the latter part of the vear He sas Stale basketballers 80 to 67 - Zemth deep lrceze· second 17" tac . · .AM · · " • • • • • • • • .. 1 ' • • • . ' ' For further mformat10n Mrs. R. V. Wadsworth of Parkland. talrn the sconng honms. The game I ars Satmday mght. After a ,tow 1 suffered a broken wrist and missed Everett high school's Wes Nelson hie model Motorola TV set; third, Call GR 5706 ·Phone GR. 6688 1 was close all of the way with the! first half, Houbregs. found the b~s-1 the last three weeks of play. He was named . on the All-American ket and the Wa.shmgton Huslnes has fully recovered and will be look- 1 !ugh school football team recently. came to life to win by a G9 to 56 ed upon by the Athletics to lead I SEWING score. Houbreg~ now .has _a season them into the first division. Ne Deg food Sandwich total of 274 pomts with six games Od e 11 Cons1'd ere d F or c oac h'1ng J o b ·.A • i MACHINES left to play. The former record ho Jc!r f tl . w t Bar9c1mn . t 10 LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 'ormer coac 11 0 as1nng on No, they DO:\f'T' sell dog food for Huslnes football team, Howie Odell, sandwiches at the Barga.in Basket No NEW ELECTRIC PORTABLES is being considered as the new eve11 tl1011ryl 1as t 'vee k' s 'Ti mes~' • . b 1 With Attachments coach for the Southern Methodist .Tournal may have hinted at mich Sewing Machines university at Dallas, 'l'exa.s. It is goings on. It was just one of those Lowest Prices in Tacoma N ccchi • Singer • White reported that Odell• hiLs .. !Jeen·--cons1·11y n11'stal·os th 1Lt ev e ryone arouncI . "- • from $29.00 NEC CHI tacted by the athletic depart~ent of the print shop should have noticed, . SEWING MACHINES the school and they are trymg to but nobody did. work out a satisfactory salar~ It happened this-a-way: The Bar· ·. agreement. The'.·e are many candi- gain Basket had listed a cheese spe-1 Looks Like New 607 So. Pine MA 6393 dates for the JOb at S.M.U., but cial in its ad, with the punch line 100 Machines To Pick From Odell has been highly recommended "For Your Sandwich Problem" un· TROVANl"S JUNIOR and has the inside track for the po- der the item. Then the cheese line Tacoma ~ition. If Od~ll ~oes not accept ~e •was ordered out, leaving the referJ.ob, ~e. has md1~ated that he :vill enc'.3 to sand wichcs under the preMachine Specializing in Children's Shoes 1emam m the nmthwest and go mto cedmg item, which was Please dog 5444 South Tacoma Way 706 ST. HEJ"ENS AVE.· MA 6316 l<INGANS VIENNA business. food. HI !bide 7154 LAKEWOOD CENTER LA 4181 Rockets Drop To Sixth Place Now the folks at the Times-Jom-· The Tacoma Rockets are having nal have never eaten a dog food their ups and downs in the Western sandwich, but if the Bargain Basket Hockey League and are now hold- recommends it we'll try it once, just i ing down sixth place in the league. because of the excellent reputation 1 In the Saturday night contest with of this progressive Spana.way mar- I I.he Eclmo11 l.011 Flyers, the Rockets k~ I toolr a bad beating again by a 5 The "boner" was· certainly not in-~ to 2 score. The Flyers swarmed all tentional, but it !ms caused a lot of including the over Dong Stevenson, the Ta.coma amused comment---we hope it has Wonder Vitamin B-12 goalie, and he couldn't stop thell' even sold some dog food at the fancy shots. The Roclrnts played a Bargain Basket. good ol'fmrnive game but their defense was ra.gged and of little help lo Stevenson. If the Hockets do not Methionine, Rutin, liver Monte Vista Clwib e;how sornn improvement in their The Monte Vista Garden club wll! -and Yeast - all in pla.y in the very near future it is journey to the vV.ollochet bay home quite vo;;sible 1.hat they will wind of Mrs. nay Renwick for tho regu .. I[ Sliced Banner 2-Pounds up in the bottom spot as they are Jar meetiug 'l'hurnclay, Feb. 19, with. only eight IJOints away from the Junclrnon being served at noon.' cellar. 'l'lley will meet the New Members are reminded to bring a W'md.minist.er Roya.ls away from package of garden seeds that the. GUARANTEED! LOW PRICES Pound home Wednesday night and then club m:iy participate in "Seeds for COMPARE WITH take on ille Victorhi team Friday Asia," a project of the regional clis45's ••••••••• $3.95 nighl in Canada. trict. 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···L·,All&) ...N:E··w·.r Fire District Vote . •. W U AIUJ J Set For February 14

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Renie .Bartolatz, .. . on Saturday, Feb. 14, residents Minn. - '.'.hree The Frmtland Juvenile Grange of the Lacamas, rural Roy and l\!Ic1 mernhPrf\ of the 1aculty and ofllc1al put on their talent night Friday, Kenna area will have the opportun- family of P:ieiflc Lutheran college .Ja. 1.1. 30. ·F.irst o..n. t·h. e program ·w.as ity to vote...for the establishment of the graduation ceremony which a fire protection dis'trict. . . . graduated ·.rack Jones and Bob W1lThe need for fire protection has liarns ..They can now join the sub- been emphasized by the losses from ordinate Grange. Participating in fire in the past two :vears. 'rhe Roy the program which followed were fire department has no obligation Story" Carolyn Badham, Joann Shea, Sally to answer fir.e alarms ou!side the Janowski, Karren Hanson, Mary dty limits o~ Roy and there has Harber, Rosie Harber, Alberta been criticism by people objecting B:·otzman, Che_ryl Hoffma~ •.. oel 1to the. f.'ire dep.a.rtment going outside Lmcol~, Gary Lmcoln, Dale Lincoln, of Roy at the expense of the taxJoyce Lincoln, Sharon Greene: Bariel ayers o~ the town. The, same pr~b.Greene, Mary Beth Janowski, Rob· lem app!Jes to Yelm and the adJaert Williams, Diane Milne, Janet cent area in Pierce county, The Miracle, Jacklyn Williams, Andy Yelm fire commissioners, as well Williams, Larry Williams, Margie as tlle Yelm town council, have Sliea, ;.Bob Badham, Dick Badham, approved the proposed rural fire Lee Chesley .and the mistress of district. ceremonies, Kay Jones. . _The or~anizatio~1. of a fire dist~ict The juveniles aU think tb.eir ma• 1will provide additional protcctwn tron, Mrs .. Arthur Lincoln, did a forthe .area and a program of co1 very good job directing the play operation with Roy and Yelm is and the rest of the· program; The planned, the rural fire district assisting in the towns when needed N.

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a.t Parkla.nd, Wash., have made.contribntions to American literature . . . and music by llavmg had then· work 1m!Jlished by Augsburg Publishing house in Minneapolis. 'rhey are named in the new list of authors and publications just released by the publishing house. \'Vrilel's include Dr. setn Bast- I void . president of Pacifi.·c Lutheran college and first vice president or the Evangelical Lutheran church·. He is tlie author of "Paul and Luther" and "My Confirmalion.'' Also named is the Rev. E. D. Steen, pastor or Trinity Lnth~ran clrnrch in Parkland, for his \vork, "That

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Among the music composers listed is Dr. Gunnar J. Malmin, director of m11sic at Pacific Lutheran, who is especially known for his arrangements for children's voices, particularly "Songs and Hymns for Treble Voices," "Songs and Anthems for Treble Voices," and "Songs o_f Devotion for 'r,vo Part Treble Choir." Also well known are his "Dana Choir Serles."

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WAIT TILL YOU SEE regular meeting at 8 p.m. Feb. 13 a.t the school. There will be a celebration of Founders Day with .all past presidents honored. Mrs. Don and Oscar Porter is in charge of the program and Mrs ..Wise, school nurse, will direct the health program. Mrs. Anderson's 5th graders will provide the entertainment, 5th grade mothers will :serve refreshments with :Prompt response to a fire alarm Mrs. G. 0; Root and Mrs. Walt Chal• Saturday morning, plus efficient lender in charge. effort after the arrival of the Sum·

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BASKETI LUMBER COMPANY

Doors Open at 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. on Sunday

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Fire department, resulted in saving the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaeser on Collins road. Damage was lreld to approximately $350. :Permits for out-door fires are required from Feb. 15 to Oct. lG each year. In Fire district No. 9, the J?ermits may be had from Harry Lee, Puyallup 5-7100, or by calling Ash Butler at GR. 8209, who will contact Mr. Lee.

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ing at 8 a.m. Devotions on Friday evenings will be held at the Eaton-', ville church. 4,H C.lover Club

A Valentine teen-age dance decided. on at the last meeting of U1e Midland 4-H Clover club, which was. menagerie, Mrs. Ray Mann; parcel held at tile home of Le!'lee Ellison, post, Mrs. Russell Malray .and Vim. Jan. 2.' The dance will be held 'rues· Stevens; games, Lester Storaasli and Milrn Ransler; country store, Community hall fro]ll 7: 00 until' utive board will serve as hostesses. A. C. Bartoy; ticlrnts, Mrs. Irene 9: 30. The public is cordially invited .. Many of the girls will be entering Mrs. Robert Sharpe, president.. Woolridge. Other assistants will be the breakfast and luncheon contests. will preside and she has announced named later. to be held during March. Several of Lost. Wallet the following members assisting on Marlen~ Corrigan· lost a brown J the members are turning out om the coming P·TA carnival, to be held the end of March. They are as leather wallet with a 4-H emblem follo1vs: general chairman. Mrs. engraved on the front at the recent land 4-H drill team practices. Pauline Geitzenauer; hot dog booth, basketball jamboree 11eld at the Lovely refreshments 1vere serverf Mrs. ·Shirley Gural and' Mrs. Eva .Edgemont school. She received this by the hostess and her mother, Mrs., as an award for a .4,H c.ontest and Raymond Ellison. Present at the'· values it as a keepsalre. Anyone meeting were Jean , Michel, Joan' having any information. al!out this Chesley, .Janet Jensen, Beverly wallet please contact Marlene at Paulik, Nina Ayers, J oAnne 'scirnGR. 8545 .or at the Midland school. macher, Marlene Corrigan and Mrs. Thank you.

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siding. Plans were made for a bairn sale to be held at Johnny's 'l'hriftway on Feb. 21, ·with Mrs. Barbara Shanahan in charge. Birthdays celebrated for l!'ebruary >~ere Mrs. Viola Bombardier, Mrs. Loretta Smith, Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, Mi·s. Bernie Turner. Money well was won by Mrs. Evelyn Coopm1 Hostess were Mrs. Fran Johnson' and Mrs. Ann McPherson.

Hi Booster Vaudeville March 6, 1953

R. Reding were appointed co-chair·

men of the annual St. Patrick's j party in March, which incl!ldes .a talent show, style· revue, refreshments and social hour. Further com·

WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE- 1953 STUDEBAKER

The Sunshine committee reported several parish memb.ers in the hos1iital Meschunes A. E. Armstrong, Alf Hals and Ei·asmus Hoffman. Here's hoping they a;-e all feeling much better now.

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FRUITLAND GRANGE 7 Miles East of Pacific Avenue on Airport Road Dancing 9:30 - 2:00 Admission:

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James Henry - Fancy Cello Sealed Pkg.

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At HOGANS

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3-Business Service SHRUB BER Y-Pcrennials, rockcrics~ lawns. Free. Estimates; terms, GR %51: Midland Nursery. 3ctf l~AIHBANKS MORSE Submersible Pumps. ·wen Drilling, Minneapolis Moline 'fractors. Service Hardware & Implement . Co., FUJton 2400; 15·15 East Bay St. 3-ctf

for hot line; must be srell"-startcr, sober ancl able to rustle. Will teaeh business. to right parLy; references required. Box 1000, c/o Times-Journal, Parltland. 5c23 KITCHE~CAB;INETS made to order. Midland Cabinet & Boat Shop; GR .7371. 3ctf

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LOST - Reddish brown puppy with white markings, curly hair; Jost buildings; concrete work; cabinSunday on Knapp road at Sumet work. Reasonable. GR 3G50. mit; return to Rt. 13, Box 738, 3ctf corner Central Ave. & Knapp Rd. 6c22

WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level

Septic Tanks, Cess Pools Cleaned

8-Wanted to Buy

6 E W E R S - S E P T I C TANKS DRAIN FIELDS - WATER LINES. City and County Licensed. F1·ec Estimates. Jim Malyon, 3739;!, McKinley Ave., Call HA 6351;Eve. & Sat. HA 6068. 3ctf

Remodeling ~oofing, Siding, Foundations Cabinets to Order MASSENGALE CONST. CO. Rt. 7, Box 509-A - Tacoma F.H.A. Terms GRanite 7088

Also Building,

SPOT CASH For Your Used Furniture 1 Piece or House Full Block's Furniture Mart B205 So. Tacoma Way .... LA. 2882 CASH for equities. Fife Motors, 5il26 So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. llctf WANTED - Ford double bottom 14" plow. Phone GR 3846. 8c22

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CHECK OUR LOW DO\VN PAYMENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of ·all kinds. Farms, acreage, lots, building sites, homes (new or old, l, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms). We have cash buyers waiting.

TOTTEN REALTY Inc.

ln.wns,. peat. wi~, topsoil, ~hrubbery, rockcnes. Notlung down, 36 months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf Property Management -

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Member of Tac~~~aileal Estate Board Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369

PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing

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(;!Rm1ite 8!!()5_ SEPTIC TANI-ts CLEANED-Con. tents hauled away. Don Redford, 13232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf ~~-----··-·-

Afoitrn"s Refrigeration SALES AND SERVICE House and Commercial Makes Motor Service Washer Service In Our New Cement Block Bldg. On the Corner at 161st & Pacific Spanaway GRainte 6662 as

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,Parkland Upholstery 121314 Pacific Avenue [;Ranite 3201 Res: GRanite 3181 :f!OUSE MOVING; leveling; foundations; cement work; free estimates.

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BERT BROWN REALTY 11220 Pacific Ave. ... Office-Days,. GR 334,1 Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 Agent for American Eiq>reu Money Orders NOTHING DOWN CLOSING COSTS ONLY to G.I.2 bedrooms, living room, dinette, kitehon, built-ins, 3-pc. bath, garage. Also 2-room building in rear. Land 70x290'. Manitou district. Call Ralph Decker, HA 0365 or BR 0702. !Hlll SO. SPRAGUE $5900 A GOOD 4-bedroom plastered home on extra large lots. Lots of fruit and berries: Wired 220 with auto. hot water tank. Kood ltitchen and built-ins, dining room. Rmall GI equity or GI for closing costs. Call Rex Rectot', HA 0365 or HI 83H.

·McKINLEY HILL REALTY 6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 M~mber Tacoma Rea.I Estate Board

Septic Tanks Cleaned

Parkland Realty Co.

GR. 4343

Insurance of All Kinds 0. B. ACKLEY Notary Public Est. in Parkland since 194-1 JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. GR 7232 days; GR 8210 Eve. & Sun. Ditch digging. Truck loading. Com208 Garfield Street plete tractor work. GR 5932. tf HA 5704

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COPIAN GLASS 923 Tacoma Ave.

HA 9229

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Kidding! 48 FORD Panel. Slick & Clean. A workman's dream ············-·'·····$795 51 PL YM. Club Coupe. Low mileage, a clean car ----------------------$1595 46 MERCURY Clb. Cp. A dependable automobile ........................$795 16 LINCOLN Seel., with late model Mercury motor ....................$695 47 FORD Seel .........$695 47 .PL Y1VL Seel. ......$695

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fenc-Pf: and prnn!ng. GHanit€

3D72 evenings or call at Times.Journal office days. 5c21

WANTED -- l~xperienccd dishwasher and hamlyman for the "l•irs". GR 80G2. 5p22

lucky Sales & Service 135th & Pacific Avenue GRanite 8688

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2 BEDROOM HOME utility room, bath. kitchen, Jiving room. Has garage, chicken house and barn. 600 ft. fronting on good road . Very good soil, and mostly cleared. ~;57GO.OO. E\'es. call Mr. Black, GRanite 3272.

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Kellogg's

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2 BEDIWOMS, utility room, kitchen and living room, on large lot. Full price $3950. $500 llown anrl payments like rent.

LUCKY SALES And SERVICE

WILL MOVE you into this dandy 2 bedroom home, with garage, chicken hse., and large garden plot. Parlcland location. $4950.

IO-Rentals

ALL THESE GO with the purchase of this 2-bedroom home with basement. Parkiand location in a nice quiet neighborhood. $1000 clown. Full price $6975. Eves. Mr. Black, GRanile 3272.

FOR RENT -- .Partly furnished house. 8 rooms; 4 bedrooms; in Sou ch· Tacoma; 7021 So. Warner; HI 2951. 10c22 li'OR JUJNT - i''urnished room plus utilitiee, $25 a month to couple willing to care for my child 5 nights a week; HI 1050 before 3: 00. 10c22

1 ACRE, Wallei~ road, 2 bedroom home, $7250. 1 ACHE, Brookdale Road. 3 bedroom home. $8250. 3 ACREE. 9Slh St., 2 be1lroom home, $8000. 5 ACRES, Collins Road, :; bedroom l10111e, $8GOO. 30 ACRES, Hoy, Horse Rauch, $6500. 47 ACRE$, Graham. ·1 bedroom home, $13,500. uO ACRES, Roy, Chicken Ifanch, $12,000.

FREE Ceramic Lessons; Dode's Ceramic Collage, 75G So/ 8'1th; HA 9614. 1Gc2~ >J410R SALE ....,- Lyon electric 500 · c1.1ick. brooder, $15. M. S. Hau, third 11ouse north of Summit i'rading Co. GR 8391. 15c22 FOR SALE - Full size metal folding cot, $8; 3 full size cotton mattresses, $3 each; 2 pairs yellow plastic bathroom curtains and 2 yellow shower curtains, 1 print and 1 plain, $5 for. the lot; 2 rockers, 2 chests, 1 stool, reasonable; 9xl2 blue wool rug, $10; 3 . pieces wool carpeting. $3 each; brown Western saddle, good condition, $45; GR 7913; Rt. 3, Box 742-A (Waller Road), Tacoma.

PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO Airport &. Pacific GR .3112 FOR RE.N'T-=:-3,room furnished apartment, cl.ose to 96th & Pacific adults only, GR 8183. 10c22

II-Repair Service K-vV Valve facing at your garage; HA 5793. llc24 WASHING MACHINE PARTS J,n.rgest stock in town. Repairing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer Service, 372'1 So. G. GA 5115. llctf STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in 1872. l lctf DEAD STOCK REJ\10~V~E=D~W~I=T=R~­ OUT CHARGE. Highest prices paid for tallow, hides, grease and bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phone I,Akewood 2434. l3ctf LAH.GE SELEC'flON used Ford Tractors. 1 Used Overland Carryal!'scraper 1 Used Forrlson 2-14" ploy, lift type 1 Used garden tractor 1 "Cser! Ham~er M~ll . 1 Used Fanmng Mill; like new. A few New 19G2 Model 8N I~ord Trnctors. BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP.,·Inc. You.r F.·ord Tra.ctor Deale.r J1.07 Puyallup Ave. FUiton 2254 · 1,acon1a, w as h"1ngton FOR SALE _ Good quality oats hay, $38 ton or by bale. David Reiehlein, Rural Box 53, Roy;

Nalley's

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BEEF STEW ••••• 55c: Grapefruit

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POT ROAST •••• 49c

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WIENERS ....•. 47c

Lb. Lb. Fresh Pork

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Complete Water Systems

(Continued from Page 1) will provide amusement for the guests who do not care to dance. In the past, three honorary firemen have managed the bingo games.Jack Spence, Al Turner and Morris Ford. As ]\fr. Ford will be out of town Saturday, ;Fritz Beitz will take his place in helping with Bingo. Tickets for the dance are selling very well, according to the firemen. In the friendly rivalry of ticket selling, the Tipperary Tavern is leading. with 50 tickets sold as of

PRICES CONSISTENTLY LOW . QUALITY CONSISTENTLY HIGH Prices Effective February 13 - 14

Terms Northwest WeH

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Driveway Gravel

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WANTED - Chickens anti rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cope's Poultry ~rket, 7036 Pacific. Avenue, Tacoma, Wn. HA 4406. 15ctf SPECIALOlfr.JE-RCAKES-Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann Bakery. 15ctf CLEAR LAKE PROPERTY - 3bedroom house, fireplace, mostly furnished; elec. stove, hot water heater, water pump system; bullthead on lake front, $9,500. Inquire at Clear Lalrn Inn, Pierce County, Riley Hurst. · 23 UPLAND WOOD - Green, 2 cords $14; also dry, cord $12 or 2 cords $20; GR 3306. 15ctf HECKER the WRECKER - Used and rebuilt transmissions, als.o gearsi; all makes and models; phone Puy-' allup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI 3242, evenings. 15ctf LEAVE FILM AT Quality .Phot.o Service for developing. In at 10, 0.Ut " at 5. 9610 Pacific..~...,....,.,.~_;, Ave. 15ctf ·--~:-<'~-

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Registered Herefords; Cows, Heifers & Bulls. Also Commercial Herefords, Angus and Shorthorn Cattle Sales - Trades and Service

BANNERMAN

MOTOR CO. Puyallup

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Piston Finishing - Con Rod Grinding - Pins Fitted - Rods Aligned - Brake Drum Turning Head Grincling - Valve & Seat Grinding • Line Boreing • ReBoring - Crank Shaft Se.rvice Lathe &. Press Work • Pistons, Rh1gs &. Con Rods in Stock.

fuel and flavor. It's practically in· destructible! -DOUBLE BOILER-

11/2 qt... $7.90 2qt. $9.15

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It's much less distressing to see a woman dryth' tears of happiness than bitter tears of neglect . A good cook deserves good tools to work with-so make' her eyes dim with tears of happiness by g i v i n g her some Revere Cookware for Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th. Then send her over Feb. 17th to watch the Factory Demonstrator show the best ways to use it.

sauce pan, mixing

bowl, refrigerator dish, casserole and double boiler-for cereals and smooth sauces. Revere Ware is the perfect gift. You give years of cook-

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Oh yes, don't forget we have some good 1 o o k in g Valentine Handkerchiefs to take care of those tears of happiness ...

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Bam1ermcm Motor Co. PUYALLUP

\¥Ell DRILLING Eerlu~ley

TOM RAFFERTY

Water Systems

Route 3, Box 610 Phone GRanite 6112

Capable, Experienced Drillers Nothing Down-3 Years to l'ay

Cascade Pump &

Drimng Co. Phone GR. 3141 or GR. 5874-

Tractor Rotorvating

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Tic-Toe

Prepare Your Ground in One Operation Fully lnsurecl EARL W. HART GR 4169 859 So. Polk GR 6501

To Clear, Floor

For 1953 Models

Hi Booster Vaudevme March 6, 1953

CASH FOR milk cows, beef, heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. Thackeray collect,·· Puyallup 5-5+ 1+. l6etf WANTED-Cattle, hogs, heel', veal; milk cows, thin cattle; E. Mackin, MA 3565. 111etf

MOTOR REBUILDING

1111 A Revere "Kitchen Jewel" with so many uses -

ing -perfection and sevings in_ time 1

Works

Shop GR 7450 • Res. HI 6190 Pacific Ave. at Brookdale P. 0. Box 645, Parkland

Parkland Business Club, Trav Dryer, President.

The Hot Stove Philosopher

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Pcurkland Firemen Plan Valentine Dance

Satmday . .Toe Anderson was leading the firemen, having sold 30 tiekets. This week the Parkland Light & Water Co. is aiding in ticket sales at its office next to the Parkland post office. Children of 16-~Livestock the firemen are also proving good I - 1 litile salesmen. Several of the firemen have driv.. Parmenter Reds rng one of the older truclts about Straight Run • Pullets the street's to advertise the danceRed Cockerels 6c each the new trucks are kept at the hall in readiness for anv fire alarm. . • '/i . .• ,, Rt. 1, Orting, Wash. Ti av Dryer, president of the ParkPhone Sumner 3-3122 land Business club, sums Up the ·• ~. . .. importance of the local fire depart- Gentle but ,.spirited nient i·ii tl1es e\Hl • 11 c10senv;or 1 . • d s.· • · bl SALh l""ig· d•'Jl , • ,.FOR I•• a? 1c ge ui l , ii anc1. s 110:' ex- "D , . . penenced ' reasonable · Glt 6330 · o > ou ever reallze that someone , . . . l6c22 else s ?free worlt is savrng you money. Here are the facts: .· . , . . ·· "All year long our Volunteer ""

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1-year old Jersey bull, can be registered; also good cream separator and wood cook stove; phone Roy 41-R-5; M. Berglund, Rt. 1, Box 102, Roy. 15p22

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:"12?10 Pacific Ave., Parkland GRanite 3931 ....Eves. and Sunday: Mr. Loring, GR 3931; Mr. Black. GR 3272 ....

FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT

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PWD. MILK ..... 33c KETCHUP .•.••• 18c

HOME AND FARM BUREAU .. REAL ESTATE

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AUTOMATIC \VASHER - DRYER ELECTRIC STOVE - REFRIGERATOR - ETC.

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$3500.00 is the full price for this 5-acre Frnitland Garrlen Tract, with a good moden1. home ancl small barn. This is value plus, and requires only a small down payment. '·

SPANA\VAY

GRanite 7512

Sharp

5 ACRES - SOUTH SUMMIT DISTRICT

TO CHOOSE FROM

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5 ACRES · VvOODLAND DISTRICT TRADE FOR 10 TO 20 ACRE PLACE

LONG TRADES

V~EllS & P~MPS

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March 6. 1953

ACREAGE

WE NEED LI.STINGS of all kinds in all locations in any price range. List with us for best results.

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GRanite 3871, Days or Evenings FOR SALE - 2 1,J, acres with \varehouse at Midland; GR 7970 after 6: 00 p,m. 9c22 CLEAR LAKE PROPERTY 3 bedroom house, fireplace, mostly furnished; elec. stove; hot water heater, water pump system; bulkhead on lake front, $9,500. Inquire at Clear Lalrn Inn, Pierce County, Riley Hurst. 9c23 li'OR SALE - 2 bedroom house, modern; 1 lots; 1701 So. lHth; $:!000 cash; phone GR 5629. tr

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47 PACKARD, (motor shot) .. ,................... $495 21/z . miles 5.J.east of McICenn~ on. 1-f~ .•. . rse ~.·· . . · ·.........·. ,•··.•·. F. iremen give .hours of their Highway l%p22 -_;>• time and freely some personal expense to '48 FRAZIEE Sedan, . 14-·Situations Wanted i Shoemg · . __ 1 man our fire.truc'.rn in an efficient (Shifting Haywire) . manner. Then effort cuts our fire I WILL kee11 vreschool child .in my 47 HUDSON (Needs By losses sharply and that automatical· hc-."lle week clays, GR 3771. 14c22 Tune-up) ..............$495 ly cuts onr fire insurance rate An Expert 42 BUICK (Runs Good, IS-Miscellaneous many dollars. J. R.. FERTILIZER by yard or sack. GR. "Let's give a few of those saved looks rough) ........ $295 4108. 15ctf rlolfars to the Firemen's l•'unrl, to 41 DODGE, (AverYoung ALFALFA HAY - By the bale or make their Jong homs at the Hall a age) ......................$195. ton. Grass hay $1.25 per bale. Will Graham little easier to take. Buy tickets for take livestock in trade. Delivery can 7-7616 \ \~ 41 CHEV Coupe, (You be arranged. 2nd house past Roy Y 11 their dance this Saturday night at guess?) ................ $145 Sunshine Hall. The tickets are on Mt. Road. 15ctf MILK COWS, sold on term11. Gam·- n.vn.ilable at Parkland Light & MANY MORE of these. mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4 Water-all proeeecls go to the ll'Jre· Used Bikes miles south of Summit. l 6ctf 1nen'8 Fund. If you don't like our $15.95 & Up price, tell us what you keep them happy-it's a Lawn Mowers investn1ent! n HORSESHOEING good"Let's Sharpenecl ancl Repaired will pay.

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. '""N MOWERS SHARPENED The Factory Way Yrm'll like Ole WRY your mower cases through heavy grass when il.'n been sha.rpened on our precision machine. A few minutes lamo will save you hours in the sun. M & M Factory Service. D·IUl So. Alaska, GR 5303, 'l'acon1a, "\VaRh.

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BROILER SETUP 5 ACRES. 9 batteries, chiclrnn picker, steam boiler. Gibson tractor. This home is completely furnished. Sickness causes IDE) to sell. $6,000. Terms.

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A huge movrng operation was unf AP, AlJROBATI9, BAI,LET Clas-· dertaken by \VSC's humanities aes. All ages. Mildred Keller, GR . 'll G\l".'i "ll ni A 0 7881. 15ct1 library during the Christmas hoha u;;ui;J) IC MVe. NEW unusual Green Ware; free days, the shitting of 20,000 hol-, Repairing oi Fine Watchen classes in nll Ceramic w~rk; Ce. r-, umes of b.ooks within the Holland Our Specialty _ :tmlc s1:pp!Jes; 8~ N~. F!~(l·_25ctf Library bt11lding. '~'™mlilliilliil\liill&WJ2ii2ZJi!Ziii .l!'OR SALE Good quality oats 1 hay; $38 ton or by bale. ·David Reichlein, H.ural Box 53, Roy; 211z miles east of l\foKenna on Highway 5.T. UNFINISHED furniture. Hagg's, 1107 Market Street. 15ctf

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Friday, Feb: 13, Parkland Post No. 228 will act as 4ost to CommandLUMBERJACK 24-0z. er Lloyd V. Stoddard c'iuring his Of· ficial visit in t)lis are;:t. Parldand E B will be assisted by 'the· ML Tacoma Post No. 148, :Eatonville; the. q1over DuPONT Creek .Post No. J:J.8, Spanaway; the nDE. . .. 29c .Joseph E. Johhson ··po~t No. 167, Orting, and the A.uxi(fary Units ROYAL ARMS TOILET TISSUE ....... 4 /29c from each Post..a.tt(;lnding. · BOX, SPECIAL Lb. Box Commander Stodda.rd. has been a CHOCOLATES ....... '· ·member of the ..American· Legion, TASTEWELL MARGARINE ..... 2albs. 49e Earl Faulkner Post No. 6 at EverSUNSHINE Lb. ett since 1915. He was elected to KRISPY CRACKERS the highest office in the state durSUNSHiNE 8-0z. ing. the convention l<eld in 'Tacoma last :year. As State Coll)mander, DAINTIES MINTS .......•........... 19c Stoddard will visit -in Tacoma •. prior to his short stay in Parkland and CABBAGE ......... will make numerous speeches to many schools and organizations. A dinner will be served at Park· land beginning at 6: 30 and ending at 8_:15. p.m. l!'oHowfng the dinner, Spanaway entertainment has been planned and GR. 8213 the meeting Will then begin With ·Prices E~fective Feb. 13-14 Commander Stoddard delivering the principle speech. Post Commander ROAST. James Linder will act as host during the evening an([ greet the LEAN BOILING BEEF ............. 2Sc dignitaries, accompanied by Auxiliary President _Mrs. Willard BlackSTEAKS, stone. The State Commander is a famiFRESH BULK KRAUT ............. 29c: ly man, lives at Langley on Whidby island with his wife Kathleen and SPAN.AWAY MEAT MARKET daughters Patricia and Helen. Pat: NEXT DOOR TO HERMAN'S GR 8215 ricia was a me).llber of the Marine!· Corps during World War II and is. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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Harold s. van c e, Studebaker MRS. GEORGE V. BUCK board chairman and president, has Graham 7-7650 let the public in on one of the things Don't forget the Valentine dance to expect when his company intro· Feb. l4 at the Bethel high school, duces -its new cars shortly, accord- sponsored by the Bethel Hi P-TA. Puyallup. In a recent interview Mrs. Averill of Eoy is chairman; with a nationally known columnist, proceeds will go for band unifo1;ms. vance revealed that mechanical Bake Sale power steering would be one of the The Eatonville chapter of Dobig engineering improvements of- Molay are htwing a bairn sale Ji'eb. fered on Studebaker cars in '53. 14 in the Red & White store at Ban says mechanical power steer- Eatonville. ing for passenger cars, as opposed Amaranth Auxiliary to. hydraulic power steerii::tg methThe Amaranth will meet Feb. 14 ods, will be a Studebaker ''.first." at the M'.'sonic hall at_. Kapowsin; The company .will release full de· 1 this will be friends night. tails on the new development very _ Panel Discussion slwrtly, and predicts it wHlranl~ as .A panel discussion on the proone of the most important enginee1"- posed. change in school studies will ing . "firsts" .offered· by Studebaker be held Feb. 12 at 8: 00 p.m. at the in recent years ... Bannerman points Kapowsin grade school. .Mrs. Ruth out. that Studebaker's power steer- Bethel, county superintendent, will ing system is said to surpass any be present lo help in the discussion. of the current power steering units The panel will consist ofboth teach• in its "road sense" and posi. tive ers and parents; parents are especontrol, and to require far less pow- cially urged to attend. er for its operation. Bannerman claims the new mechanical power steering system will "synchronize" with the clriver under every driving condition, .and that even though a The Canyon Ro a d Community p .o. w er failure id10uld occur, the steering unit will retain full and club will hold Hs monthly meeting in the hall this (Thursday) evening complete control. with the new president, Paul Bacon, presiding for the first time. All people of the community are cordially The Parkland .Preschool wellinvited to attend. baby clinic will be held next Monday morning, l<'eb. 16, in the basement of the Methodist church. The time for registration will be from 9:00 until lO:ao. Checknps, shots and vaccinations will be given to all children 5 years of age and under, by Dr. Buel Sever and a group of nurses, and helpers from the preschool. JHrs. Ray Poche!, clinic chairman, wants to state that the clinic is being held on the third Monday of the month for this month only, and will continue to be on the RADIO - TV Repairing fourth Monday of the month unless and Installation otherwise :i-nnounced.

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Mrs. Ahnemiller, a resident of Seattle and a member of the University Unit No. i, re.ceived her eligibility to the Auxiliary through the service of her husband in the Nii-VY during World War I. Our Lady is afao a mother of two sons, John, 20, recently graduated from the Army Adjutant GE\neral School· at Fort Harrison, Indiana, and is now ovf;lrseas with the l<'ar East Command. Bruce, <Lge 17. is a senior at Bothell high school. Mrs. Ahnemiller is a member of the .Washington State Coucil for Children and 'Youth, having been appointed by Governor Arthud B. Langlie, in 1950, to serve a six year term, Sb.e is on the board of directors of the King County Anti.Tuberculosis League and is a past president of the DeMolay :l\'lothers club. She is past president of the 'University Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary and hold .me~ber­ ship in King County Salon No. 520, 8 et 40. Anyone desiring to attend the luncheon may do so by calling the president of the Parkland Unit or lhe phone numbers stated above.

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Times journal v 8 no 22 feb 12, 1953