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I SEPT. 18, 1952 (VOL. 8, NO. 1)

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P- TA KIWANIS TO PUSH Parldand Meetinig Sept. 24 FRANKLIN PIERCE fOOIBALl TICKETS

Mrs. Stanley Reynolds will open the me<·ting· of Parkland P-TA Wednesday, S~1;t. 24, at 8 p.m. in the school gym. Speakers for the evening will be thC Franklin Pierce school. <li1Tctors andthe subject to be discussed will he 'DFunctions and Problcn1s of the School Board." During coffpc ·hour, hobbies..V\rlll be exhibited an<l should prove inlcrcstine- to the dads as well as n1othr>rs. The 'nrt of basket weaving and how ceran1ics look fron1 the ra\v fonu Lo the finished product w;ll be demonstrated. Jvfrs. H. I-Iart, hostess chainnan, will be assisted by Mesdames C. w;1i lan1s, John C::Inrk, Carl Foster, Rufus Harvey and Ballman.

The Kiwanis club of the Parkland Many yupils of the Franklin Pierce bride chose a .gown_ of The. Pierce Hi - Boosters area has undertaken the project of school. district are. b!1lcd, for appear- satm with a V necklmc tn~mcd .m club will meet 1 uesday,. Sept. 23, at promoting the sale of tickets for the Blakclv Mrs. Blakely. a graduate of ances m the educat10n build mg on the seed pearls for the_ double-nng cerec 8:00 p.m. at the Collms school. LeRoy opening football game of the new 1Nashi;,~ton State college and a mem- g:r~:mnds of the W~stern Washingt.on mony. Her tulle veil was. attached. to, Spitzer., wh? head.s voe".! music at Franklin Pierce high school, the date Y b~r of ~uany civic organizations bas fo1r at Puyallup this week, where m- a crown that w.as also trimmed w,1tb• Franklin_ Pierce high, will smg two of the game being tentatively set for al;·eady shown her outstanding ability tcresting and entertaining programs pearls. She carn~d a bouquet of pmk s,olos. . . . •. ·. , early October. The exact date and . in her new office by preparing the are scheduled. rosebuds and ~h1te carnat.10ns. There will be music by the girls the name of the opposing team will treasurer's bool.s to be audited at the , On Friday, Sept. 19, the Parkland .Mrs. Franc'.s Getty, sister of ths. nonette, compose~ of .Glenn~ Parrio~t, appear in next \Veek s Journal. . . . .. . . . next executive board rneeti11g. She has ']st .grade will entertain from 1 to l :30. bnde, was n ".tron of honor. She Johan Morud, \ alcne Davis, Bonme Each vear the Kiwanis club cele1_he B-Lme T1 ;nmt Co., Inc., or- I also mailed membership cards to :ill A Spanish dance will be given by wore a ballenna lene;th gown of Deck, Karyn Thornton, Marlene brates N~tional Kids Day by doing a gan.1zcd with the co-opi:rat10n of the members who have paid their 1953 Barbara Vic.tor, Patricia Holsten, green organdy and .carnc.d a bot.19uet.• Nordmark, Diana Brown, Marilyn good turn for the youngsters of the business people o[ the Spanaway and due•. Betty Lindberg Krist Marhinway, of yellow g,lad1?h. MJSS Mar.1ly1'1. -Krumm and Ma.rie Cheeseman. Richcon1n1unity. Last yearis event was a Parkla.nd area, sta1 tc<l rc·g~lar _operafrs Ruth Amon child we Hare Donna Hill,, Ja~que Zaspel. Charles Crossman ai:d Mi'.s Charlo\t.e Foster, ard Traxler, state yo-yo champion, big free movie for all children of the t10n 1hursday, S•·pt . 11, mvitmg all 1. · Y I .'cl ·. d · . Larso Donni'" Rocl·well Paul Helle were the bndesma1ds andthc1r gowns will give an exhibition. .. 'd . f h · · l chairn1an was e ccte seconr i.·1ccn, "' \. · ' f · k , d d h ;; c • • • • area. Another year. the Kiwanjs sponBy Clarence La Crosse ~cs1 cnts o t c co11unun1ty to ..~1cc ,residcnt'and Mrs Nelda Fritz <jirls' and Dickie Stern: solo, Sharon Bernt- \~ere o pin ,organ y an . t _ey caJ-: The entire faculty will be introsored a kids' .field day on the PLC its buses free that day and Fnday. P h . · l . d ' sen· solo David J'olinson. Swiss dance ned bouquets of green glad10h. duccd and later honored with. a reM · d · · . State c airman was e ecte to one • ' · ' • ·· ' ' L1 d L th b t ·· · · · The Parkland Junior Show turned athletic field. ~nd~ FI?J_oye n1a 1nng Jaunts a1 ounc1 "ear on the exe~utive committee. Lois Totten, Janice Dyn1ent, Gloria d oyh arson waKs, eth eSsh. mf . f. an crpt1on fo~lo\VlilJ~ the meeting. out to.be a huge-success with a lot of t e istnct. . . . . , . . . . . Greco, Jacque Bailey, Barbara Wy- an . us ers were enne . a e.r, Th~ offi~ers and board members of This year, with National Kids Day A nc:w dcveloprncnt, of special mTwo. d1s!mgu1shed v1s1tors, ~1rs. . k D 'd J h J" H t J. _ Norman Nelson, Clarence Nelson, and the Franklm-Pierce Hi Boosters for entrants . . . everyone had a good 1 tercst to those living beyond Spana- Frances Smith, past Departm".nt Con- nc 'Davtl oMnstonl, '1mmBy t ar: imd Norman Pribnow. this year arc· President Melvin time and got a lot of dirt all ovei: falling on Sept. 27, the cluv will ex· . h I. d B y- L aws c 11a~nn.an, ·. d D rny . .B os er, 1 c 1ae er ucc1 an W earing . II . d ·h-" _ . · , \vay, is t e par ong lot \vh1ch Martin stttULIOn an an _ .k t cl' , ye ow organ Y 'V_GP;. t e_ M<:J{enney; Vice president l\1r_s I-I. themselves but the!1 what's a little tend its full efforts to make the Frank0 lin Pierce football opener a huge This .Week End Gibl"""· of Gibbons' Spanaway Food Mrs. flay McGrath, past D~slnct Con· ex. : • sea," . . candlelightcrs, Misses Loi". Nort~rup Nusba •.uri, Floyd Ayers, Chester ·Lar- dirt at a horse show? success. Marv Tommerv1k, youth Centcr rn providing for the free use stJtut10n and By-La:vs chairma.", aidVirginia R;eel, Susan Boesel, Patn:.ia and Geraldme Zachary. Mm Margar- son and Sam Brown; Secretary, Mrs. Uncle Ned's Horse and a Half of bus custorners. It is pointed out ed tht n1en1bersh1p 1m1ne_ns~ly in par- Brogan, Elaine ~~eber, Sharon Wain- et Tubbs sang, accorr1panied. by Miss E. _Capener; Treasurer, Mrs. Robert Ranch once again hununecl to the councilor for the club, is chairn1an' Family Style Coffee Cakes that it is a rc::il advnntage to workers !iamentary procedure dunng the meet- house, Kathy ELu:ig?on, Patty Hend- Barbara Hedlund. ·Gottschalk; Mrs. Quincy Carrell tune of a crowd, horses and the at- of the committee in charge of the at McChord . Air Base, Mt. Rainier mp;. . . erson, J 11'.111'.Y Willis, John Jacobs, Mrs. White wore a navy b~ue dr~ss publicity; Mrs. Harold Teeters, mem'. mosphere which it once was famous ticket drive. for Sunday Breakfast All proceeds of the game will be Ordnance D~epot, Fort Lewis and Mrs. McGrath also ])resented '.' ~1ft To~1my Fm!., Dav.id Johnson~-~anny and Mrs. Ne!son a green smt, wb1lc bership; Mrs. W. Chambers, health; for. Many a fine show and rodeo has Madigan hospital to leave their cars to Mrs. '.'lelda Fnt7: rn apprec1at10n Pen_Yman and M.1cha.i;l Lew10, solo, both mothers costumes wer,~ enhanc- Mrs. Neil Gaiser, program; Mrs. Al. been held at Uncle ?>ied's . . . and .used to outfit the bootball squad in he.re and _take the bus to their work, cf her assistance dunng the state con- David John;on; Irish Jig, _Patsy Cam~ cd by pink carnation corsages. . , Seaman, legislation; Bob Sharpe, fin; by the looks of things it will not be new nniforms and to pay for insurance covering the 60-odd players turnthus avo1dmg traffic hazzarcls and vent10i:. . , . . bcrn, K~th) Hall ~nd Robm MeNeese, The church basement, .adorned with :ince; Ken. Jacobs, building and the last show. , · ing out for practice. Full details of parking problr-ms at the bases. Othns Vanous act1v1t1es chamnen repc;rt- solo ' Jimmy Wills; . Dut~h dance, gladioli, was the setting for the re,- grounds; Marv Tommervik athlcticS' Northwest Hitching Post 209 So. 84th HI. 4072 game will be ready for publication are entirely welcome to use the park- ed. among whom were the ~onvent1on Pamela W11ltams, Sonia Gaiser, St;s~n ception honoring the newlyweds., Mrs. Stan Rosso sunshine.' Mrs. Ji~ I would like to inform all my good the ing lot, which will accomodate 55 dekgates,. _Mrs. Helene Lmder nnd Tollefson, .Sha:on Berntsen, Ph1lhp ·Hc;nored guests wer~ the brides Turner, historiad: Orv;lle Weeks, by- friends that I have sold the North- next week, cars. . !'11s. Ph-,lhs Blackst?ne. Also iepott- Richards, ~e;i~JS Barnes, Larry Weel,s grandmothers, _Mrs. _Hilda J':n~erson laws and education; Ed Nelson, co· west Hitching Post to the ~ditor People are Just beginning to realize mg was Child Wel'.aie Cham;ian ~rs. and Bol'.b' Cra1:1er. . . and Mrs._ Hattie White. Assis.ting at ordinator., Jeanne Fitch who will f"Ontinue to the value of the new service Those in Ruthy Amon. MIS. Amon is askmg . Othe1 1st giaders appea.nng are the affair wne Mesdames George publish the rhagazine. One can only outlying areas are able to get to the ell memb~rs ~nd non-mcm.bers for Patty J;Ienders~n, Tommy Fmk, Bar- Adams of Sumner, M. O. Bigelow of do so much I am finding out, therefore, shopping centers of Spanaway and used dothm!\ m ~rder to. aid .needy. b~ra \ 1ctor, h.enne.th Cashman and Parkland and L G. Young of Tacoma. it is often necessary to make changes Park.land to do their buyin,g in the families. ?h1l~ren ,s clothing is. cs- Jimmy Hart. . . 9 The new ~!:rs. Nelson ~hanged toa according to_, the' amouri.t of tirne one daytime, even if the husband needs p~cially needeo. Pickup. of donat10ns Also on Fnday afternoon,. from - navy blue smt for travchng; h~" corhas. The Hitching Post has already the car during working hours. will ~e made by ~be chall'man. Phone to. 3, the beginner~ ban.d \~ill play, sage was of pink rosebuds. Bot.h the . . found a host of interested friends who Those who have friends can go LA. J611'. extens~on 24101. dnected by Robert Wmte1s . Band young people are graduates ofLmcoln Among the 180 Pierce county men are anxious of having a. localized to be seen with one of visiting on the spur of the momc1~t, A very mtere•tmg report w':s. m~de members are: . . High School. and women notified to report to Judge publication· of this nature. J arn sure traveling quickly and comfortably to by .11rs. Ma:y Lanz, rehab1htat1<;n , Eugene Leap, Robert St. Clan, Hardyn B. S<;ule's court at g a.m. the new owner will continue the these can1pus favorites Summit ancl Iv1iclland by transferring chairman. A film on mental cases will Kay Wmder, Judy Abbott, Leslie· ti"'> . October 6 as Jurors for the October- magazine as you would like to see it. to the WoO"Clland bus, returning hum:: h: shown at the Amencan Lake hos- Peterson, Kenneth Kirlkand, Irene No;-'tmber sessi.ons are the follc;wing Show at Twin Rivers 28th the same way. The transfer point is P.1tal Octobe; 23 and at the present Jackson, James B. Olson, Harold Due 1·coidcnts of Times·Journal terntory: Your next show in the area will be Airport road and Polk street. time there 1s a ne.ed for volt;ntary Harvey, Sharon Bowman, Datkne . . Roy J. Ashing, 9022 So. Yakima. at the Twin Rivers Riding Club at Transfers, via Tacoma Su.burban workers at the hospital m the library Stc~e~s. . .' Central Avenue Prcscho.61 w1l! meet Ida Beimborn,' 1DO 1 So. SOth St. Orting where a fo1e show with plenty by Lines will also rnkc ,.people to Mc- and shock therapy, Nelms Ronmng, Jim Forsberg, 1:Zob- a~ 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18,, m the Dorothy Jeane Beitz, Rt. 3, Box 100 of a ct.ion is being presented by that Chord Mt Rai' . r O · J D t Mrs. Helen Haddon reported that ert Leis Robert llarbre, Gary Bmch, kindergarten room at the school. A Grace c· B ·tt Rt 3 B , 545 · aggTessive group. VVashjngton State ' · .me DuPont, icnanccthe epo S ·b 28 ·111 b d Gld Edgtlr Grave:s, ' ' Al'ice n1u~1ca · 1 progra1n w1. 'II prescntc __Cl" ·' · cnnc' ·'ox ' Fort Lewis~ and t\V~ , epte1~1 ~r _., w1 ?e o se.rvc. a5, ,o Nancy Coyner, a v1n. Puyallup·. Horsr:mf'n rules will pre.vail thus asbus lines making connections at Air- Star Mothcrn Day m all churches and Anr-tr0ng, Joe Zaspel, James. M. KnS<pP of the Ju1ll!'rd. School of Cora D. Beyer, Rt. 13 . Box 694 _ suring one of standardized presentaport nnd High~ay 99 and at Sales urged all members to attend church Olso_n, Jimmy. Nelson, John Hommda, Music,. New York., rn 1;is:rnmental Mae B. Eisenberg, Graham. tion. As soon as I get the events I rnad and Hi' n! , . on that dav. Mana Hommda Karen Mottler, numbc1s and as accompamst ,for Mrs. Edwin T Elli'nNson 717 So I 16th will list them for you . . . meanwhile, 99 · T.ians ferring • snni;;"'iw.;y M rs. L'll. · ' ' K en- J act I S tewart, f onne1·I y o f t1le 1.,,1nco · In · 905' l So' "Aii' St· · at ' these ]Joint t . ' 1 Ian S c11eyen gave a sl iorl Michael Tram, Eugene Olive, Jacob Eitcr don't forget the date 28th of Sep· also 1.1·dc· •1.1·1t 0 · d. st, cus Tomeis may talk on ''I Am An Amerieon Day." neth Parker Graham Rolstad, Jim a canpella choir, who will sing". Bobby ·T'i·n·a Elv G'i·allain · · tember at Orting. .own own acurna or S + ff · 11 1 · · d "I ,' ' · -. l 1 · · '_ · -. -- .: ·· · South Tacoma. , ept. 1 was o 1cia y ,,proc a;me Kinsley, Jetnne Lynd. Walsh wil pay accord1on scectwns: Hanna Aberg Galivan, Eatonville. P·issc·n'.'"i·s ,. 1 1. tl . /1m An American Day by (,overnor Garv Gehrmann Jerry Hoxey, Hostesses for the social hour will Lama Geer 720 So 110tl1 St . . "' , by, .; 10 m ou b ymg secL ang11c A · 'l ' '' ' ' c ' House •· · · - an d t h c ,,,mencan tions' served tl , 1vc B. L' , •' • '· ag was Myron' Krumm, David Reyno.1d s, b e p resc h oo I o ff'1ecrs: p res1"d ent, M rs. I-loworcl Rt ~ Box 670 also, transfer to ~~ - meT . . use~t mc"Y displayed in all parts of the state in David Leech . Susan Haner, Tim Fir- Charles Tennent; vice president, Mrs. I Puvallu'p· ' .. ' . '' " ' 0 'lmsl'S at ' •9lith · · · · D rycr. J osep I1 H. oft o; secre t ary, M rs. .S . C ;· .. Margaret · · · Inu;ham, 126th St. and and• coma Pacific iansi avenue • · re cognition _, . . gms, "N ancy N or cl , v·1rgm1a B. i\ hus line of this kind has Jong b~en .1he executive board and committee Rirharcl Hall, Madon Sears, Glen- Hart; treasurer, Mrs. Glen Carmack. Pacific Ave. · , <·onsidi:n:d a "must" in the r'a id] will mc~t ~t the. home of Mr;;.,mack- na. Wetheral., Darlcz:e Johns.on, Cyn• Drn:othy R. Larson, 8513 East .J St. growing district where many gtou/s stone, 4:>01 Ye," Lg~e S.W., iacoma, thia Cox, Diane Sm1.tb, Eddie B:ann_8!.llSUieSS r.;l!iai; Lehman, Rt, 4; Box 880. of nr·w homes arc too far from exist- on ~ion;.ay, ~cp~ 1 P·':;j ·... £o:s, Dcnms Chafe, Larry W1ldc1, ,...~ II... ft .JI .JI Ddons A. Markwood, 1102 South 7 to 8.]b. average ing l1m lines for satisfactory service em ~rsfo ' t e 'ost Wl n::eet .:;t D1a~1e Burns. . 1\#IUl!>P 111Ue ell.llnesuay 1 ll8H1 St. to i·esicknts Tl . B-L· . T .. .· C the h. o. rm o Comma. nd.e1 James J . ll.11 homas p. a.rkhurst, Marvm McinP kl d B . 1 b II I i''l Ruby Marshell Rt. 11, Box 25 l. • . 1c . me I.tnoit . o. dcr on Sept. 2·1· for the11· monthly h F W G .. ld' V· k . ar an usm~ss c n w1 "' . . . routes arc mapped with the intention ·t. b , · t' 'Th • tos ' orcst est, eia me ane ' an important mectmg Wednesday en Anna MaSSJe, Rt. 2, llox 655, Puy. · . · · · execu ive oarc mee mg. e mectmf'; B. ·. ' ·] · st· son · ·R· b rt· Ellinrrson . , Jl t . . 0 f .g1v1n rr -the greatest bcnef1:t to the ·-1( --- .- - . "? ·30 ': - - - -.__ f't_\·Cl y JITl- - ~ _9, e_ ' . ---·- ::-.· ,_,- -' I t". "lrr SF_.•1t. 2 ~ at 8 n •TI ~ t t1· -· "' a up, . ! '.110. s\ pc,';'plc po'ssible on a scale whieh wiThstart att· · j).m. . . f h Robert Loney, Judy Smith, Joan tional. B~'nk of WasbG1gton P.ar]dp,fr] .M .. Eilen MeKc'nny, iUil'.< East F i 1 1 Economy , · · · '· · · · e nex reguu..r. mr,etff,N o t e s nfo·d Dann" Waddell '· 'st· t ' 1 , 1IH' cornmumty can easily support if p ·"l I , '',. 26. .bh S a . ' ' . · · branch. Roger McDonald will preside .iec0 · ost ''':ll )C 0 -1 ti . . . pt ' -at -t e unM RolJert D1nters D11·ector h · ·.c - • --· I-I Zel P • "' lt S · I use t.1e service when it is to i · , l 11 ·H. l l' l•' f l , ' ·. . and the hig hght O• the discus;10n · me on, nanaway. ALSO DUCKS, GEESE, 8 I "'·,··'.'.n . ntaFe so · 'l'l1<JS" S.lll.le 13 _allt b.ct ph.m.B '.g ·'Ho onor t.1e Ano.ther Fnd. fe.ature be .the proposed sew.er dist»ict Ulm B. O'B.ryn, 8212. East D 8t. ,, to do ,, w!10 " cvcmn·' w1 c ovJg.~ :ornut ·11 b e prov1 'd cdayb yafternoon f 3 1·d will · ,... O ver~take, AND FRYERS have• boiio·Jit shares ·n i·lin ,,. . .JOl"ltl''.)n (' d~C f E, N \Vl a g-roup o proJ·cct l .<r;.1 Rt 7, Box 240. . 1 · '- L<...• 11 .: :--.. • :ruar .ourt or xp 1orcr troop .1 o , d l ·11 cl · · · Ch · · h.·avc no.·-_dn·arns of ({ct.ting ri(.'h--.t .. hri.1 228. 'IS . . . ·.· . 1 .. · .f '.· gra r::r,s w10 •1 en1onstratc art I ~Ir.·McD. on1ld ur.rre.-·s all.Joe.al busi.,r.1s~1a.n Pearson, Rt.. 3, Box ._ · , ·· ·· . '' ea man 1s 111 '' rnrgc o t 1e , I f 1 t 3 I ·! cl d ' · •· " p . Jl . on l >-', hope _1s of _pru\·iding a needed affair and ft.. rtber info1"!natio11 con- \\OT.\: ron:i o p.m. nt: u e ~re :ic's pea.pie t? be pn_·~cnt h~ the :!.natter uya. up. service winch will promote· tl1c cl • I f h . ']] Kaye Whisler, Donna Gorum, Ka.en is of vital import"nce to. 'the comBe1tha 0. Totten, Perldan<l. , · : · c- cernmf'; t w events o t c eve~ t>g w1 M ·1 d K 1 S h 11 I "d All J z k vdop.i.11cnt oi the.·· co. n1n1unit)~,, .incre·Jse· b c pu b·1·is h e d 111 . next wee.;: 1' s T.nncs. a.1 Ian d, R.enhet1 o.ut a ' D' ngri munity - en . oo ·,Rt. 4, Box 58. 4 U Garfield St. {In the Parkland Centre Bldg.) . · H J h · · rt·::L1 r-;;1;-Hc v;:\lqe.s and ctid in the busi___________ agun , .oxanne . o nson, . i~ne ----------Across from the Parkland Post Office n~:ss life of thr section. The success D Burns. Jackie~ Morns and Pnscilla <WEN fO.fi rD"vlif!'ht Time l GR 3526 cl the \Tll1111·c is in the hands of the Peterson. ' Be~ on~rs lW<'pic. The service is evailablc to The first fall ,meeting of the· KaSunday af~ernoon, 4 to 4:30, the Kay McK~e of Graha~n tied for I Tune KMO Saturday Evenings 6:15 In last wcPk's Times-Journal the them ;l\ n,;1'onablc rates. Those who powsin-Elk Plain Prenchool will be 9th grade . will, have a square clan et· top honors 111 the clothrng, crahs. 11009 Pacific Ave. GR 5524 "Soine's l'ootball Scoreboard" can use the service •hould do so now held Tw·sday, Sept. 23, at 3 p,m. in n;imbcr with Edwm Nelson ,callmg. c.annmg and home manage,n1ent d1v.1- nhoto.'?;raph of the Midland Volunteer 11 J' 'I thus _r.dviug 8 upport ;:ind encourage~ the !~in<ler~artcn roorn of the I<a- Yo~1-~~ dance-rs 8r~ Jrann:. ::'5tanlcy·, s1ons at the Wcste~n Was~1n:~t?n ~~Ir Fire department team p"'tting on the ' 1ncut to th{· area's ne\vcst enterprise. po\vsin gr.Jdc ~chool. A good attend- Ro.")a ..1e ~Rosso, Loui_sc Duff~), :ES,a~~ 1c at. Puyallup, shanng the. rl1stin~tl~n fine show at .the recent Field Day 1 at Dawson field was credited to Mc-) 11' . "' . _.' . ",_ ........ -' . ". -...-.... ...--..., .... -._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .... ..,;.;:;;:;;;;::;;;;:;;;;;:;;:;;:;;;;;:;;:;;::;;;;;:;;:;;:;;:;;: :rncc of nil kindergarten parents of Jo Han,,cn, Ray Brnw,n, D~mg ::me 1- "'.'th Wallcne Lee .of Puyallup. Each PFC ROLAND CHRISTEL, son both communities is urged. Mrs. Rein- land, Johnny . Wngncr. _David. Wcll~m, girl bad, 11 blue nbbons '.'nd ~ total Kewen Studio of Parkland. The picof Mr. ,:~11d 1'..1rs. Soilic K. Clmstd of!' strom will explain the_ dailv schedule Allan llranste1ttn,, M1!'e, Hill, (,uy o( 16 b,ue, red and wlute nbb~ns. ture was taken by Jnrnes Teal of H.t. 1, I :H1, 111 a, hd::; ain\ed 111 Japan of the kindcrgai trn cluld. abo several Anderson, Mai cine. Gr~en, AilC"ne ~1r-1ce c~unty 4-H n1en1?~r~ won '719 T~,...0m::i. Wes MeKewen of the studio at Park\\here In· h training \Vilh the 2 ~lth problen1s are to be dis-Cussed. Jensen, Car?l Lar;ibk1n, Jnnn1y 1\1ehr, ribbon~ 1n the fou~· ~1v:1s1ons, girls J11 f. 1ntrv ,11\,i<don j Judy Hawkins, ~tnda Olson, Jeanl"'tte:- belonginb to clubs 1n fnnes-Journal lrri,,-1 h~~ f!ivr-n .!?J'nrrously of his ti1ne l~ich, Elain~ Cur.tis, Allen M7Wil- territory taking home a.n imposing and talents on many occasions \vhen a hams, Ronmc Smith, Du~nc \\eeks, number of awards. credit line was accidentallv omitted l\1clvyn Parker, Ruth Bourne and ----------from the printed copy, so pcrbaps last week's error'' evened up the Score program also at bit, especially when Mr. Teal had includes a fcaturr" by the dental health Th~ Grahan1 co1n1nun1ty 1s g1_v1ng a no con1plaint. · . ill.I 'Ji.. @Ji j 4§ gronp of Central A venue second grad- hhen efS1t dan c·c at the Graham Grange 11 ers under direction of Mrs. Boynton, ,a. ept. 27 at 9 p.m. for Effie and 2 to 2:30 <Yclock. Children are: Cliff McGee who had the misfortune Enjoy the· Healthful Benefits of Margaret Van Alstyne Joyce Buss of losing their home in a fire Tues· Swcd;:-;h 1v1assagc; in the Prjvacy Betty Lou Andrews, K~thlccn Pow'. day . night, Au,o;. 26. D?nations, $1. ol Your Home or Mine ]oski, Mariann Morton, Carol Adams, Music by the RhythmaJrs; everyone H. C. BALLARD, MASSEUR Buddy Hegstrom, Donald Ladwig, come and help_ Siler's TV shop opened la st week For ;\ ppointment Phone Laurance Carson, Gene· Dcrig. Charles at 11230 Pacific avenue and is now EVENINGS showing a fine Enc of Motorola telePatterso'.1, Carol Ingalls. · . ~ a.~~~!_·~~.:2-~~Ra 1~.'.-~~ ·1;)·12 The group, Parkland · f · l vision sets as well as table n1odel -1schoo1 3 · '·s·ep t . Jd"·- 28 w1·11 h e a time f b 1 ont:tte d ·n · o spec1a radios. Other item; will be added in ourt gra ers, w1 entcrtam ram . ff t th f h U · d M" to 4 o'~lock Sund. ay afternoon, .M.rs. c. or on e )artfoRt e t. mte , :s- the near future and the shop will 1 CLAY RULEY AGENCY 0 1 J ohnson in charge. Included are the si~n'.'try crntd·c ° h oy ii;eet ~hne feature service on all makes. 98th and .Pnrtlancl Avenc1e following: spm ua1 nee ( o1 t e com~umty. 1 e Jack Siler is owner of the business, Ro! cl M I R' k. S 'dt Sb" f111t week o. the camµai::;r. Rev. E. GR 8501 "y' Ran f aczamtl. !Ccy m•R ' Jr- llaylev, the pastor, will speak each with Don McLean, formerly with le ou s, yn iua ox, oxanne ·· : 1 k · h R G North\vest Radio, as 1nanagcr. SalesOPTOMETRISTS Johnson Sharon Scars Sue Masse evening at 8 o c oc ' wit. . ev. or.R N' p . ' · y, don Bacon, an outstandmg pastor men are Robert Purtell, Al Shmnacher DR:-Y:-.RICHARD-McGIRK onnv orman. eter Girnau, Joanne f B I h T1 • . d M" · arid GenP. BPksinski. Silcr's has _a very l\Iodern Eye Care Atwo~d, Priscilla Pedersen, Tommy ~om h f eE!~h t e-tide kisswnarh special offering . to mark the shop 4802Y,, So. Yakima HA 2113 Parkhurst, Joy Kinslev, Leslie Hodges c rnr~ 0 f t"h ar' nd., speak. ·mBg "hac f opening, detailed in a 18..rgc advertis. h .G raves, J u d y· smit · b , Ph y11"IS cvcmng e secon ·11wee h • o d r. ot . o I ing space in this issue of the TimesJ u cl 1t. REAL EST ATE INSURANCE Anderson, Margaret Floyd, Sandra- t ese young men w1 e Iver vita Journal. The formal opening event NOTARY Niles. messages. will be annonnced for an early date. ROY V. ROSTEDT J

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JOSEPHINE BYSAK, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bysak of 190+ So. 106th St., is completing her basic indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base, San ,\ntonio, Texas.

Funer:t.l expcnst'S high? Consult us a1.)ou L the Purple Cross pn·paitl f u1n'ral insurance. Our 2H years of directing experience lu1· s\-r\'ict day or night. c L1riUtics and largC lot at your con1111unity

t:Fe\V people realize the re-infecting power of the average bed pillow when it con1es to such con1111on diseases as a cold or the flu. Keep bed pillows deau and sanitary and· this reinfec· tion is greatly reduced in any family,,, says ~10011 1.1ullins, salcsn1an for the Puyallup Laundry and Dry Cleaners. "At the Puyallup Laundry and Dry Cleaning plant we wash .Pillows in live stean1. Returned to Your hon1e after this Muroza cleaning process, your bed pillows arc absolutely sanitary, and soft and fluffy as new. Call Mc at Pnyallup 5-6651 for pillow ~lca~ing. I'Il g.uarantce _c_?~plet~ ~atis· I t 1act1on an ct give you 1' KJ:~d!. pie!{ up Gnd delivery service".

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Tacoma Wisconsin club will hold its monihly potluck supper at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, in the basement hall of the Odd Fellows Temple, Sixth and Fawcett.

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The Couples' Club of the Parkbnd Methodist church will meet this Friday evening at · 8:00 p.m. in the church social hall, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pietrzykovrski presiding .. A. mixer ~' pfonned with Mi-: and -~frs. Charles l'et.erson as cha1rm. en. Nc_w- couples • are eordidly invited.

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Two McChord Fliers Die I In F-94 Crash Near Here Two fliers . were killed instantly Monday afternoon when an F -9+ Jet Jnterecptor of the 318th Fighter Squadron crashed on a farm five miles south of Mc.Chord while making a. normal landing approach in bad weather.· Dead are Ist Lt. Martin A. J(lock, pilot, and 2nd Lt. Robert A. Nelson, rndar observer. Lt. Klock is survived by his wife, Lila, and their four-yearold son Michael who live at 4715 lo,ila La~e, Lakevi~w Village. Lt. Ne!son, married only a few weeks is survived by his wife Dorthe·a r:sid, ' ing at 1'112 Commercial Street, Steilacoon1. The sleek fighter was flying in formation with another F-91 at 1000 feet in a normal landing approach pattern. Due to the thickness of the cloud formation,· the flight leadei·, Captain M. Morlan, in the lead aircraft, directed Lt. Klor.k to make a turn to the right and hold his position. A few se.conds later when.· Captain Morlan's aircraft "broke out of the overcast," his radar observer, Lt. R. C. Johnson, saw the doomed fighter heading toward the ground in a 70

dive, banking to the left. Lt. Johnson stated he saw Lt. Klock's aircraft hit the ground and disintegrate in fire and explosion. The jet was smashed upon impact but the wreckage was confined to a small area no bigger than the plane itself. Both men in the plane were killed in· stantly by the crash. There was no violation of flying reg-ula'.ions bu~ the exact c_ause of the accident will be determmed by an accident investigation board. At such a low altitude and at the great speed the jet was traveling, l . t 1ere was no tune for anyone to use their parachutes.

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. . . . . mtss10n and operat10ns rnfmmat10n. G St · d ci"al enera1 owe 11 receive a spe briefing from Colonel Bennett. General Stowell spoke briefly on the importance of training Sqnadron Commanders . . . to effectively I d faccomplish H their m1ss10n as ea ers o men. e also pointed out, in a later t.alk, the importance of accurate and timely reporting procedures and how they ~~ftct the efficiency of a military

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Rev. Gordon Bacon

. · . Colonel E. L. J erikins, Director of ment of non-service-connected dis- p f l . h ff" ·1· · b h f f ersonne 1 met wit o 1cers o t 1e a. b 11ties, ut w ose trans er rom one 1 1705 h ATG d h Id d" . e 1scuss10ns Jerry. Shannon . l h h b t p an h osp1ta to anot er as een requesth f h USAF ff" ·· · h · ff" · I f d" · on t e p 1ace o t e o 1cer 111 Mt. Hiway 1-Mile East Roy Y, ed h y aut onzed o rcid s or me 1ca1 h MATS d USAF · · t e an orgamzat10n. near Loveland i·easons. He also talked of the advantages the Group 6 - Wartime, post-Korea, services had to offer and the desiraand peacetime veterans with compenINSTALLATION & REPAIRS sable service-connected disabilities or bility of an Air Force career. Garfield Street Colonel Jack N. Stovall, Commanddischarged for line of duty disabilities T.V. Radio Service requi~ing hospitalization · for non- ing Officer of the 1705th ATGp, made reference to the fine support service-connected disabilities. 509 Garfield St. Parkland Shopping Center Group 7 - Wartime, post-Korea, given by the base ln conveniences Call GRanite 5663 and cei,tain veterans retired from the and comfort for the conferees. Acting in the capacity of Special U .. '.'·. Arme~ Forces for physical disHosts, Col. T. Alan Benett and Col. ab1hties, havmg no compensable servW. L. Turner appeared before the ice-connected disabilities and not disconferees to assure the visitors that charged for 11"ne of cl u t Y d"1sab"J"t" 1 i 1es, Division and Base facilities were availUGH1EST who. require hospitalization for nonable upon request. service-connected disabilities. p .. In departing, General Stowell comGroup 8 Non-veterans 'whose mented that only at McChord would hospitalization has been requested by . . . . authorized. officials. exceptmg U; S. such cooperative efforts be so will· ' Armed Forces personnel whose hos- ingly and spontaneously extended. pitalization is directed by the VA Machinery Supply Central Office in Washington, D.C. Group 9 All eligible veterans curr~nt.ly lrnspita.lizcd in a_· nother VA $SAVEON COAL$ Puyallup Ave. & 'A' St. BR 0341 hospital who have requested transSales Tacoma, Wash. Service Avoid worry about coal strikes and fer for personal reasons, but whose possible future price incrc·ascs. transfer .is not necessary for medical MAYTAG Have a good supply of coals on reasons; and certain eligible veterhand NOW! Quality is at its very ans whom VA has hospitalized in nonbest. · · VA hospitals and who have requested The best Wyoming and Utah Sales and Service transfer to VA hospitals for pr:rsonal Stoker Coals. reasons. but whose transfer is not Aberdeen and King Utah. Lump-Utah or Wyoming, your riecessary for medical reasons. particular. size. 8-FOOT refrigeiatofT61"'1i>'TlTC!Owri· and $10 per month. Nut-Double-screened clean. Gasco Briquets, leave no ash. JOIN THE 1:3-FOOT freezer, $15 down, $15 Presto-logs-Long burning, clean. per month.

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SPECIAL MEETINGS

A tour of the 25th Air Division Hcndquartcrs and local operations brought to a dose the Continental Division, MATS Commanders' Conference hosted hy .the 17 05th Air Tramport Croup at McChord. The visiting conferees, headed hy Major General James S. Stowell, Commanding General of Continental Division, MATS, began arriving on tlw 3rd o' September and atter,ded a cocktail party, given in honor of General Stowell. later that evening. Two morning meetings were held; . . . . the first with presentat10ns given by the Division Headquarters Staff members. The next day unit com· manders spoke of their individual . ,. · an d progress and pro bl ems. Q ucc.;.10ns

First actions to put into operation provisions of the Armed

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MATS MEET-Here conferees at the recent Continental Division, MATS, commander's conference l1clcl at l\1cChord recently line up for a pictorial review. They arc: front row, from left, Col. G. J. Dunklebcrg, CO ·1703rd ATGp; Col. A. B. Cannon, CO 1'700th ATGp. Kelly AFU, Texas' Major General Jam><.is S. Stowell, Commanding General, Continental Division; Capt. P. L Bedell, CO VR-'.) Sq., l\foffet Naval .Air Station, Calif.; Col. G. M. Hoyle, CO 1701st ATwg, G1-cat Falls, AFB, Mont. Second row, from left: Col. Jack N. Stovall, CO 1'705th ATGp, McChord; Col. F. 0. Easley, CO l 707th ABWg, West Palm Beach Municipal Airport; and Col. T. H. Watkins, CO 1708th Ferry Gp, Kelly AFB, Texas. ·

Assuming the duties of commanding I Forces Reserve Act of 1952; for tendering indefinite term apofficer of the 18th WAF Squadron pointments to officers and warrant officers of the Army and Air at McChord last Monday was 1st. Lt. Force who on July 9, 19 5 2, beld definite term appointments, Eleanor T McCallum. She relieved have been announced hy the Dcpart2nd Lt. Ruth Thompson who will mcnt of Defense. tran&fer to the 567th Motor "Vehicle Rcs.LTve officers and wa.rraut office.rs Squadron. of the Anny now on active duty will . . Lt. McCallurn reported to McChord be offered indcfini:c app?intmcnts in from Hamilton AFB, California, the Army Reserve 1mmcdiatc~y. Army where she had served as assistant Rrsl'.rvc officers not on active duty Adjutant of the 19th WAF Sqdn. will be offered indefinite appointEligible veterans will be admitted She was commissioned in the Air mcnts later, but prior to J';'IY 1, 1953. to Veterans Administration hospitals Force Reserve in April, 1952, and Indefinite appointri:ents will be of- on the basis of nine new priority completed Officer Training School at fcred t.o Air Force oifi?ers at an early groups, it was announced today by Lackland AFB, Texas. She received date, 111 all cases prior to July 1, the Tacoma VA office. her Batchlor of Science degree from 1953. . . . . . . The nine priority groups, which are the U nivcrsity of California at Los . Appomtmcnt will be 111 the 111d 1- based cin laws enacted by the Cono-ress· Angele~ in 1950, and served _on the .1 '.·~d.ual's pe.rman.ent .Reserve g-rade. · an_d administered hy the VA,_ areo de-. . . Los Ann-clcs 1 hose servmg· Ill higher or. lower s1gne · u to establish · an eqmtable · Board of Educat10n in .· rule 0 temporary grades ~1ll contmue to governing the use of vacant beds for before entry into the Air Force. SCl"\'C on active duty 111. those grades. all persons eligible for admission or Lt. McCallum is the daughter of Navy R.cscrvc, Manne Cori:s Re- transfer to VA hospitals. Mrs. Vern McCallum, 7121 Kitty- serve, Nat10nal Guard, and An Na. . . E · , l G ·d . f1·· . ' · .· . . 'xc1udm ~ emergency admiss10ns hawk, Los Ang-eles. t10n,t uai o 1cers appomtm_ents ll ..1. "' ·•·. . ' 1 1 · i·r· · a e 1glJ e persons Marcum said are a 1reacI y on an me 1 nutc term "ll 1 ' . .' . • ' basis and the1_·dore are not affected wid Jcr a?m;tted rn the followmg • - --· . or er 01 nont r· by the Act. Rllsen-c Oliicers o~ the '. p ). . Coast Guard arc affected, but will be 1 Grnup 1-_YVar Veterans an~ those g.overncd by regulations issued by ~~10 serve~ ~mce Jun~. 2_7, ! 9;J0 (the ~ the Secretary of the Treasury. std.It of I'>.orcan hostilities) ~ho reJ cwish High Holy Days Rosh HaCurrent five-ycpr appointments of quire. ho:spit~l.i~ation for service-conshanah, the Jewish New Year, be,<;ins Reserve officers \vhich ha:-'c been. ex- ncctcd chs~;hihties. . at sundown September 19, and ends at tr:nrkd hy law and Presidential ex~;oup . 2-!'c~ccl!me veterans .1·e! sundown September 21, and Yorn ecu1ive Orders arc clue to ~xpirc ?ct. CJU1lll1g hosptt?ltzatwn for .scrv1cc1 Kippur (D<iy of AtOnt)mcnt) begins at 28, 1952. Should the Prcs1dcut issue c?nn~d~'d or lme of duty d1scharge I sundown September '.28 and ends at anothcT such Exc<:utivc Order, which cbabJhties~ . . sundown September 29: . has been authorized by Congrc~s, ·. .Group _11 -Vctcrans whose. hosp1t' As. in. the.· past Y_ ears, th_e Jewish t.i.1es~ appointments W()uld·-·· ·"· •. :..• -.; J ~liza.tion ha.s .he.en, r.cquesc.te···d···. ·b·y-· ajl·. . · Welfare Board is making plans to ac- Apnl 1, 1953. thon7:cd .officials for obscrvaJion and. comrnodatc the Jewish members of To expedite the program, no phys-\ cxam111at10n purposes. the Armed Force~ in this area by ar- ical examinations will be required and Group :l·-Wartnne, post-Korea, ranging home hospitality in Seattle on'.y. the inclividua_l's acceptance in and pcaceti1:1c ~c;t~rans wi~h s~rvicc­ and the opportunity to attend rdif(·· writmg and cxecut10n of an oath of connected cl1.sahiln1cs or with lmc of iuus "·rviu·s of their choice '- office are necessary. duty_ d~sch;irgcs wh? arc currently Jewish personnel dcsirii;g Seattle lndivi:lu;1ls w!1osc current appoint- h?spita!tzcd by VA 111 non-VA hos· home hospitality contact Chaphiih ments will cont1rnw for several years J p1tals, but .have requested transfer to David Silverman, Main Chapel, Ft. unckr ti.re five-year term also a'.·c in- a V ~hospital. . Lewis, Phone 22172, or Base Chap- eluded rn the progran:, and will be Gioup _5-Wart1111e, post-Korea, lain, lvfcChord at 5731 or 5978. afforded an opport11111ty to convert and pcacct1'.ne _veterans who arc curThosc dcsirillg lo attend either or to the new indefinite term appoint- rcntly hosp1tahzcd by VA for treatboth of these services arc requested to men!. . . . .. . . . .. . n'port to th.c '11<.Jj.}hiin.'s office, Chapel j , 1:'.'ttc:rs, of 1.10Uf1ca:1011..of elig1bil1ty No. 1, for the purpose of filling out a Hinch rncludc the tender of appomtqnestionairc which must be sul~mittcd 1 ment, will be forwarded to personnel to the .Jewish 'Vclfarc Board not later of. the Army who arc concrrnrd. _They that Septcnibcr 15. wtll lw rcqucstcd to reply withm (,()

PEAK GRADE FEEDS

THE TIMES-JOURNAL

Heads Disct1ss Unit Progress And Problems

Eleanor J. McCallum, left receives the keys and best wishes of 2nd Lt. Ruth Thompson as she takes over the position of commanding officer of the 18th WAF Squadron last Monday. Lt. Thompson, former commanding officer, will soon transfer to the 567th Motor Vehicle Squadron.

FOR A COMPLETE LINE OF

Phone

MATS Co · lllanders' ~onfah Is Concluded With Tour Here

Idegree

A NEW HOME

Thursday, Sept. 18, 1952

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See These features,

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• Select-0-Dial, set it once and .forg'et it • Underwater Suds Distributor • All controls in easy reach "' Top loading convenience • No bolting down .. Put it anywhere 111 Beautiful, new styling 104 WEEKS TO PAY CASH PRICE

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f ul . 0 . Pe!l. Feeds Phone

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nC;:·.:::ed.in.. l951.,,vJ1en·the Gj.;.1.~i'ts H.oscd . out thr- Dodg:·rs in :1 plnyofi.· Tr tht~ A.n1ei";can ic:h!.!;tW, tin~ J'\Iew \~c:J.: \"3nkecs rfr1? still rnaintiti'1i·n.--; a Slight advanta.·gc .O\Tr the (:JcvcJanJ lnd.i.aris, but the inargin is su !d1~~ht that _uuything c·ould hn.ppcn. /\n)-'\V:-rv·. it j5 ;1

T>itlr:~d::y~

! done a f:llrly good job \.\rith the: n1a- • ;,vifr1· <"l fc\'\l 11CV1r players. i.1ost or thr 11~~ ·h'.".1 lu. \vork .wilh. If he ·is Vf.:lerans. will J.)c back. :,igziin ll1:::::. ·.>T..a..r,., a frf'('; hnnd to fonn his ten111 including vv;ngy· Jch1:son. ;it\!'.Tl'<Hl 1 ·f0r next year it is a certainty th.-it the vvill take charge of the Rccb:ts in 'Tigers v.;ill he a n1uch iu~provL·d <.:lub their practitT s;.:s~;io1i:;; lllltil C.itricl~

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dnch v;e ·will have a 1v.innc~& in each leaguc·and wC will be f,~1:tun_lt~ e~101Jgl-.1 to br nb1c- to sr-e the v~ n.rld Series by By 1neans of television di~·ect froru the Rog McDonald. playing field, While on the subject of bascha1l, Fred I--Iuichi11son, enc of the ·north-. Saturday mnrks thcopening of the \Vf'st contributions to bi::; ti1ue b~1ll, I .e9:.S2 football sea-son -.,vith all the color took charge of the Ti~crs 111 the ruida_nd cxcite1nent that g'.oes \Vith the dlc of the season thfs y.:::ru' a-.nd 1:as great g·anfe. 'To_ ·the-locit.l fans, _Pacific I;utheran, college and the CoJlc~j!? uf Puget SC!und clash in their .tnm:a I rivalry for _tl:e King's _::'{ crown. Roth ~qtrnds s1-io\v goor1 strEng-th and this .could- be a real knockd::>wn-drJ.gout· ·nffntr. Coach 1-Inrshman of t!1P Lu_tCs 11as bec-n expCrin1entir_;g i.-vith his :'bnr.kfiP]d co1nbinations :::nd vv-e might find Glen Huffman at the quarll'rback spot this- year replacing Frank l(ar\\'Oski. I-Iuff1n;:n1i an exceptionally fine end, may be the ans\vrr in the Luti~ backfield v.:ith Karw·oski-' takingo\:Tr one of the· halfback spots. Kickoff time is 8 p.m. in Lincoln Bowl, Saturday, Sept. 20. The Pacific. Coas.t Confercucc gels off to a flying start with ·several good tussles on tap. University of Washingto11 goes against Idaho in Seattle. and Washirt~ton State meets the Univenity of Soutl1ern California at Los Angeles. Washington should have little Marlin trouble with .Idaho, but Washington 30-30 Winchester State will have its hands full with U. 35 Marlin S, C. I'll go out on a limb a.ncl pick the U .S.C. boys lo win, but it will be close. With the baseball season nearing 12 the end, both of the major league nlces appcnr ·to be_ dri\'ing finishes with the outcome in doubt "t the n)otnrilt. The Nev1-r York Giants ,u·e Lanterns closing the gap on the Ilrooklyn Dod!{tTs in t!~~ f\ationa! lcnguc ::i.n<l

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THE TD.rns:JOlCR)fAI~

Sept. 13, l 9!3~

OVER 10,000 CIRCULATION Published every Thursday by LaCn;issc Printers in Parkland, Wash. Distributed by direct mail to every home and business in Parkland, Eatonville, Graha1n, Roy, Firgrove, ivfid1and, VV~!llcr H.oad, :v!rE.cnna, Elk f'!ain, Kirby, Kapowsin, Spanaway, Collins, Summit, Thrift, Berkley, l{a.rvard, Fern Hill, Ponders, Frederickson, I-larding, Vloodland Lake vic,v, Firwood, and southern portion of Tacoma. 1

ADDRESS................ P. 0. BOX 885, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON Phone GRanite 7100 118th and Pacific Avenue

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SHOTGUNS

PHONE GRrumiite 3llil1:1.

Coleman Stoves and

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11314 Pacific Averiiue Eleanor and Clarence LaRue. proprietors

.. - - . But NOT Your Business Phone be your part-time Private Secretary

on a Full-time Basis.

ADA RADFORD HA. 7523

OPERATES WITH PUl\AP AND lw10TOR

,COMPlElEUf SUBMERGED!

we!! water: system .on the market J today. It pushes the water up the pipe instead 路of. p;,ui;.g it up! Delivers from 420 g.p~h. ' at 60-foot depth, to 720 g.p.h. / at 300-foot depth.

Features of the


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Store ·Hours: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. · Friday Evenings Until 9:00 p.m.

HUt~JU~G

FARMS

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AIR MATTRESS

closl' to 72nd St. ~"1950. Will consider trade for Parkland home. 60 ACRES-2 miles frmu Clo\-er Creek School. 2 houses and 2 barns. Will c.11Ty 2.'i head lwef stock .. This is a bargain at $6900 with about $1800 down: WE HA VE MORE to choose from. Why not make this your farm

Genuine Hodgeman Special Saturday Only

$10.39

$7.95

Marbles Finest

8 x 30 Oriental

CLEANING' KIT

Quantity L irni tcd

With All Accessories

$29.50

$2.39

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SWEAT SOX

33c

69c pr.

SPECIAl All ENl I0N 9only vVinchester Model 70 . '30-30 RiHes · SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat with and live within a 2-milc radius of lOOth and Pacific. Ave., we ran

~·-Auctions

on Jv[arinc \'ic\v Dri\T. WE ALSO HAVE a 2-bedroom home in Brookdale owners will accept a trailer a~ <lo\vn payrnent.

HOME AND FARM BUREAU-REAL ESTATE 12810 Pacific Avenue, Parkland

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PRIVATE PARTIES

Rubber Stamps LaCROSSE PRINTERS GRanite 7100

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Tires

Tires

Ault Tire Service 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888

Wishing to sell, are invited to call or con1e iri for appraisal and inforn1ation concerning consignm~nt of your car.

ASH MOTORS 9415 Pac. Ave.

HI 5100

and 4532 So. Tac. Way

HA 5533

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GRanite 3931

Evenings: Mr. Loring, GR 3570; Mr. Wallace, GR 5441 Mr. Black, GR 993 7

Buy, Sell and Exchange Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing

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TRUCK WANTED

AS DOWN PAYMENT on a 3-bedroom furnished waterfrfont home

Tires

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HELP U REALTY

CAR

WANTED -· Cars for junk: we pay n1orc. Span~nvay Auto Wrecking; GR 7268. 12cltf

each $110.95

TRAILER HOUSE

12-Used Autos

In Origin;11 factory Cartons - Seals Unbroken

Don't Wait longer

barn. Land is well fenced and is just the place for quiet easy li\'i1fg. Priced at $97 50. Will sell on contract or FHA.

STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Establi5hed in 1872. 1 lctf

or Fiend Oil Bottle or Tin

OWNERS of this near-new 2bedroom home in Parkland want to trade their equity of $1200 for a 2-beclroom hon1e with 2 or more acres in or adjacent to Parkland.

hon1e \Vith '.2-rar garage., chicken house and good sized

Open Till 9:00 P. M. Delivery Service 141st and Pacific Ave. GR 3941

HOPPES Nos 9

Draper Maynard Nylon - Rayon and \Vool

TRADE WANTED

1 % ACRES - On 96th near Waller Has nice 2 bedroom

FURNITURE

Otter Metal Case

CLEANING ROD for hand gun

SUBURBAN

PARKWAY

$13.95 BINOCULARS

me to call the

PARKWAY SURNITL'RE for a new mattress and box springs ton1orrO\\' so I ran get sonic sleep,,.

:Ban<l y Size - 1 Mantle

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'offer you a real saving on you·r AUCTION SALE 5 AC:REs - $1,.soo DOWN heating oils. Laprnski Fud Co. I 2 HEDRUUMS; large living room, I - - - - - - - - - !iF YOU want more cash quick, sell 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 by auction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. hardwood flnor; built-jn kitchen, ' Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. nook; carpet; $7,500. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. BERRY RAJ\CH 2ctf WANTED - C:ipablc won1'rn, must live in Parkland, $100; GR 'il·H. :icl ~Bi.lsiness WANTED - Curnpdcnl housekeeper COMPLETE tractor work . Loosening under 50, Scandinavian preferred; ground and leveling. Average· lawn, 2 childrr·n 5 & 6 yen.rs, in school; 5 ACRES • $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf all 1nodern convenic·nces; $80 a ONE of , the outstanding 3-bcclroom n1onth, rooin ;ind board; call (}R hon1es in Su111JT1it <li.strict; \-Vond·· ,,,,UTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto 5g7c1. 5c52 crful outlntildjngs; s;1crifice for Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. $10,500: tr-nns. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Ta- HELP WA"IT.ED-Cid to care for coma Ave. 3c50 baby in my home, 8:00 a.m. lo 1·:CJO p.m., Parkland area. GR. 5730. 5c52

5-Help Wanted

Service

TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Classes. All ages. Mildred Keller, GE 7881. 15ctf FERTILE, screened top soil; pulverized peat; 5 full yards $8. All Kresse, GR 5192. 15ctf BABY FURNITURE, new and used. SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. 15ctf

R!U!pe !M@':'fc:hine Works ~hop

GR 7450 ·· Res. HI 6190. Pacific Ave. nt Brookdale MOTOR REBUILDING Lathe and Press \:Vork

COH~ ROD GR!ND~l\IG

HELP U REALTY

Septic Tanks, Cess ·PooJs Cleaned

Attorneys for Estate, Nat'l Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. 0. Box 728. Parkland, Washington. Pub. Sept. 11, 18, 25, !652 Goodwin, Eastvold & Hicks IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE No. 54782 NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IIn ERT the Matter of the Estate of ROBP. SKINNER Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having clairns against said deceased are here· by required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorneys of record at the address below stale, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first pu blication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, Sept. 11, 1952. MARGARET B. SKINNER, Executrix of Estate, 10819 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Estate, Nat'! Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. 0. Box 728, Parkland, Washington. . 18, 25, 1952

ibbons

4 Rooms - $2850 NEAR 98th and Pacific, 2 bedrooms. 3 lots. Call Mr. Inloes, CR %~+ or HA ~54-7.

Spanaway Food

Parkland

Center

'' BEDROOM HOME on 3 lots. Fence-cl. Caragr. Good gnrden spot. Furniture a\·ailablc. G. I: ,l'quity. Call Mr. ·lulues GR 3G24 OJ' HA 2517.

Cream Cheese •••. 63c

118 Acres

l11.mcheon Meats . 43c

headquarters. ~'Remind

Coleman l.anterli1

& Axe

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% ACRE-with a 2 lxdroom home. 1-car garage. On Lidford Road

Lakcwoud Community Center

Ka-Bar Huntin9 Kn~fe

SMALL FARMS

-10 AC:RES--I-l:irt.s Lal;r· Loop Road. l\o rocks.+ bedroom home. Barn for !+ hc:lcl. Other bldgs. $6500. Small down payment will handle. GRADE A DAIRY-·lD acres. 40xl8 .barn. Dandy milking parlor. 2· bedroom ho1nc with part basement. Near Graham. $7950 . .E. Z.

Vah.1es On The f!!!llest r111~ ~') 1~ ,11V1~ 1vr1 .~ ~ il.Hll \\.~•.. 'II '!;,;! !!.i"

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THE TIMES-JOURNAL

'' Thurscby, SL'pt. I 8, 1952

IIER.E'S J '.2 br'<1rrn. honw \vi th a large liv.ing roon1, tile bath. big roo1ny c1binl't kitt·lit·n. brt'akfasl nuok and basen1c:nt. }leatcd by oil-fired :11JlOJllatii: hot air furn~HT. c;ood corner location. If you have G. I. 2·i~·hts ;1nd can qu;dit\1 you c.~1n IHOYC· right in. Full price $8000.

SEA,SO SPECIALS

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Lb.

Morrcll's Snacks

12-0z. Tin

Sioux Bee

IN GRAHAM DISTRICT. A stock rnnch capable of 1nnking n1oncy. Present owner raises Friers and White-faced cattle. 2 bedroom hon1e, part basc1ncnt. Good outbuildings, Will accept smaller place in trade if priced right. Call Mr. Harmon, CR 3624 or GR 6896.

5cLb. Tin

Honey ••••• $1.17 Krispy

1-Lb.

Soda Crackers •• 23c Fresh

Lb.

Salted Peanuts • • 43c Bar-None

3-Cans

Dog Food ••• • 29c

I Acre - $27.5 Down

No 1

PLUS CLOSING COSTS to veteran. N e\v 2 bedroonl- hon1e in Parkland. Good location. Selling at $6,775. A real bargain. Call Mr. Inloes GR 3624- or HA 254-7.

Lb.

Wieners •••••• 55c Lb.

Polish Rings •••• 55c Lb.

Bologna ••••••. 55c

Owner leaving ·

Lb.

Ml:ST SELL this 3 bedroom home, all on one floor. Su1nn1it area. 2 acres. Lots of fruit trees. Call Mr. Harmon GR 3624· or GR 6896.

Cauliflower

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Celery ••

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No. I Yakima

Rentals Wanted

Tomatoes

WE HA VE a good demand for rentals of all kinds. Turn over your renting probletns to us.

7c Lug

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. 89c

Flame

2-Lbs.

Tokay Grapes •.• 19c PRICES CONSISTENTLY LOW QUALITY CONSJSTENTL Y HIGH

SUBURBAN REALTY Member Tacoma Real Estate Board 9920 Pacific Ave.

Gil. 7512

SPANAWAY Aged Sharp

Prices Effective Sept. 19 & 20

GR. 3624

Preschool Harvard-Midland Preschool will hold its'first nwcting of the year Wed- I ncsday, Sept. 2+, at 8 p.m. in the i kindergarten uf the Midland school. l\.1rs. Kenneth Lampitt will preside. All parPnts are invited to co111c and get acquainted 1-vith the kindergartn1 teacher, J\tlrs. !\1argarct Ferguson. ' Dads nrc especially urg~d to conic-. Rdn·shrncnts will be served by the board n1cn1bcrs.

SCIEN~E and HEALTiij

Clu.n·ch

.Contents Hauled Away

HUTSON TANK CLEANING HI398.0

Recovering and ,:Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

140th & Pacific Res: GR 3181

GR 3201 . 8ctf

9-Real Estate

Wells & Pumps COMPLETE JOB 36 MONTHS TO PAY

Pipe for Fence Posl Used Pipe, All Sizes We buy Scrap Iron &. Metals

Northwest Pipe &: Salvage Co.

Mor, Pork Chops for Everybody More little pigs will go to mar· ket, from now on, because they'll drink Terralac-a new, synthetic sow's milk that makes them grow up :faster. A baby pig's worst

1311 So. Tacoma Way Hiiiside 9491

PARKLAND SECLCDED '.2 hcdrni. hcnH'· 011 hn:-r-, k,,. C:q ·1·2·c ;1r:d (~u-Jd \V·~-11.

CALL TURNER

trees started. $75CU.

GR 3103

2400

,;.;_fviuVED WITH:: Highest prices 1;de~, grease and JUND RENDERPhone LAkewood 13clf

8205

Parkland U pholste:ry

I FU

PIGLETS SEPARATED FROM MOTHER AT 2 DAYS, FED NEW SYNTHETIC SO'r'l'S MILK· TERRA LAC- GROW f ASTER , GET MORE: PORK ON TABLE.

HA 7038

I\'1cKINLEY HILL

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REALTY

SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-;--Contcnts hauled away. Don Redford, 3232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. ·9222. 3ctf

DRESSMAKING Buttons and Button Holes Imported Baby Line Gifts

Doll & Marie's Shoppe

PLUMBING REPAIRS -- Sewer Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing

1022 So. 115th

GR 7231

of the piglet's rapid growth. Terralac pigs can be weaned at 5 weeks, instead of the usual eight. Kept on a ter:ramydn-supplemented diet, they'll grow to market weight-235 pounds-in 40 days less than ordinary pigs. Terralac has already been tested successfully on more than 3,500 pigs with phenomenal results in cutting costs, increasing stock, and reducing mortality to 5 percent. On a national scale, this could mean an increase of several billion pounds of pork a year for the American Consumer. 1

Call

E. M. HAMllTON PLUMBING GRanite 8905 GARDEN SERVICE l~O~'O TII..P1:'1G . I Lawn rehmldmg, fert1hzmg, top soil, dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722. 3ctf

16-Livestock & Equip.

Illl:llt.

SHOEING (_,,"[i<llll.

LAND CLEARING and leveling; -,11 kinds. Farms, reasonable rates by hour or contract. 2 ~lu11.i1ng sites, ho1ncs Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294. 3ctf yr ol<l, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedWE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level f(~on1::;}. V\le have cash buyers waitm buildings; concrete work. Reasoning. able. GR 3550.-3ctf. DRAINAGE - Septic tank installa- 4-24· S. l 23nl is avaihblc at $6950. tion; slde SC\vers; earlh v.•ork of any Lot 115x100 and double garag·c. type; by hour or contract. Hauser & Seifert. BR. 9141; Res. GR. 8121. LARGE 2 bedrm. home on frnerd lot 75xl00, near store. Fireplace in 3crf

B<OOL

now

available

n1°(JJJ a card to Rt. 1,

J.

R. Young. 16ctf

living roo111, dinl'.ttl'. space, extra spacf• in g«1rngP. Electric range in-

AIR

cluded. $10,000 on terms. Small

Refrrgeration Sales and Service

\-V.:\.1\"'.l'ED ()Ider horse~ 111ust b~ gentle and suitziblc for 7 year old

do-wn payn1cnt.

2 BEDRM. HOME with 1Clllxl50 property $300 clown, Sale pri\'e $3750. 319 SO. 12'.lrd St. 5 brdrm., 2 story 1 and ha~r·nicnt ho1nr. I block to bus,

SERVICE ALL MAKES Rt. 13, Rox 857, Tacoma Phone GR 5232

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block::;

to

.school

11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3065 Agent for American Express Monev Ordcn

and

college. Down payn1cnt

Priced at $60.10. $1500. AGE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 0, B. Ackley, owner. Septic tanks ATTENTIOJ\ BUYERS-Some very choice building sites dose to Paclr:aned, contents hauled away. GR. cific Axe. 4343; if no answer, call HA. 5704. ctf DCJES an extra incon1c appC'al to you? lf fiu, let u1e show you this ho1nc

j

Alan's Refrigeration

with 4 large roon1s for O\vncr. Lar,u;c~ 2 rn1. apt. & bath up, as well as

SALES AND SERVICE House and Commercial Makes Motor Service Washer Service £-,D l!J::.C::.l"J 151st & Paiific I'\.vc. "-..J.l"-• uuu"Next Door to Target Sport Store Spauaway

small borne at rear. $5000 clown on sale price of $15,000. A .sood buy, for the small fami.ly. where you can ha vc $1 OD income besides.

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ROTOVATING, blade work; no job too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492.

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.. u.CHiJ<ES Lowest ·; in Tacoma.. Necchi-Singert•1·om $29.00. Central Sewing- Center. 607 So. Pine. MA. (i393. 15ctf FINE TOP SOIL Rid1 and ~;~ck; delivered. Call Puy~ i . .illup 'i-u __ 8. 15ct1 111'.VlMER SPECIAL-Top soil frorn P11vallup. You 1'.l~Y see. this .-1 at 0'l?() P;ic1f1r- .\"""·

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girl. Will pay fair priec and guarantee the very brst of hon1e. Phone Puyallup 5-8688. 16c2

Leg1:d Pi,d:>lications

Invitations

• ·.OR SANDER . FL.o · FOR RENT

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PARKLAND WESTERN AUTO : Airp()rt & Pacific GR 3112 [; '

Announcements

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REDUCED PRICE '" $n5ll, brgr 1 h1,cirn1. ,hon1e- with g·11p.sl: hnusr· anr1 chicken coop, en 5 :i"rcs $1000 rLnvn. :'·"·

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Any Style -

Any Price

5,.,_

We Have Them

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HOUSE MOVING; leveling; louuuations; cement work; free estirnatcs. PR 2653. 3ctf JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. Ditch digging. Truck lmtqing. Cornnlete tractor work. GR :i932. lf

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Parkland Healty Co. Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public Esi. in Parkland since 194-1 GR 7232 days; GR 821 Eve. 208 Garfield Street

LACROSSE PRINTERS 11 Sth & Pacific

A.11er1H1JJe

GRcmite 7100


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ARt40UR'S . lREET . . ,..

TOMATO SAUCE KELLOGG'S

controlled .to any degree of dampness. Conspiciously absent is an ironing board. The quarters were started in February, this year, with the first occupants moving in last week. Following a G-I party and a reported eight coats of wax, the gals readied for the first room inspection tj:iis week. These new quarters will not accomodatc the entire squadron said Lt. McCallum, so it will be necessary to continue using the old barracks next to main street. The newest comers to the squadron will .be hous~d ther;;:ilie said, as will tr<tnsits. The new quarters only house 32 to a building.

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TASTE":ELL

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J~ca·ns

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~43c

·1oc

All For

12mOl. Corn "Fkdces; 1Omoz. !Br:ari

27t 47c 1Oc

MAYONNAISE sHURFINE ~ POllU< & BEANS DENNISON'S !FU.LED MINTS suNsHINE . ~·

19c

PEANUT BUTTER KRISPY CRACKERS suNi~1~EBox, ADAMS

GRAPE JURCE TOH.ET TISSUE ROYAL

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39c 13C

m

29c 29c

24-oz. ARMS

4

BORDIENS STAR.LAC

}for·o

lb. pkg.

TASTE WELL

~1ARG.ARINE.

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NESTLES

CHOCOLATE MORSELS10

POTATOES WHITE ROSE APPLES LARGE JONATHAN 0

39c 2-Lbs.

.

iOKAY GRAPES t.:1'NTENNIAL

45c 19c 4.9c

m

Pkg.

• • • lb. bag l lbs. 28c 2 lbs. 19c

RABBIT. PELLETS •

• • 25 lbs. $1.35 SACKED.COAL in Paper Bags clean to handle PRESTO LOGS FOR FIREPLACE - TRASH BURNER - ETC.

. H(N[.os.aRles tMo Dea!Aers ... w.Ne Re,crvs·ethciblh~d.LScmip. ~. ~ktiAJe. Spanaway GR. 8213 September 19th &

·

Neck Bones

Pork Steaks

17c lb.

55c lb.

20th

COUNTRY STYLE

Pork Sausage 45c lb.

SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET

Braised in Milk

chops

GR &215

4 loin end pork 1 teaspoon mustard Saltandpepper• 1. cup evaporatedmilk

'by William$1

Dip chops in flour and brown well on both.sides. in lard or meat drippings. Season with salt and pepper, add mustard in tiny dots to each chop and pour milk (undiluted) over meat. Cover aqd cook in 350° F. oven for 45-50 minutes. Serve on chop plate garnished with parsley or celery leaves. Serves 4o

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OF TiiE Pl-\ft.RAOH~

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Guns &. .Ammunition

Pierce County

Sou.atfl1 End Ph1mbing

Refuse Co.

Home of Schorn Paints Near Rov Y Snanaway GR 4100

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WWW~

Weekly GARBAGE Collections Phone GR. 8688 ~

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Do you own aT. V. Set? WHY NOT~

-~J ·---~ Don't Miss the Wo1·ld Series, Big League foof ball Gamesv Etc. Don't wony about the we©.1ther. Have the best in enterl'c:IJinment in your own home

$5.90 gal. • $1.64 qt. $3.17 per gal. ,

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Sports, music, comedy, drama, movies, etc. If you are iiraterestedl in TV. contact Pochel

Dist. Co., we wm give you a home demonstra..

tion and prove to you, that you, too, can enjoy the best. We feature Zenith, G.E. and Hoffmari TV.

• 24c per gal.

Lew Dowll'!l PaymeB'its .. 24 Mcnths to Pay Ubercd Tradegftn AUowcmces

Appliance Dealer

COMPANY .


Times journal v 8 no 1 sep 18, 1952