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SEPT. 25, 1952 (VOL. B, NO. 2)

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BOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT Woodland school district announces RURAL ROUTE the formal dedication of the new adPOSTMASTER-If unable to deliver, dition to the school building Sept. 26 . return postage is guaranteed. al 8 p.m. Following the official ceren1onies, at which the architect, contractor and school board will be intro-· duccd, there will be an open house anrl building inspection. Rev. VVilkie v1i1l give the invocation wand Dr. Arnold C. Tjomslan, representative of the state board of education. will be guest speaker-.,. Boy scout troa'p !'::lo. 174 will serve as color brnrf'rs and guides. Charles FcrbradH"of (i()0 So. I 16th I Entertainment and refreshments a'.·e St., was placed und,•r arrr:st for hit planned with P-TA and Preschool m and run and reckless driving Friday charge. Everyone is urged to share evening after a spvcL1cubr crash i~1to I this happy· occasion. a fence and a five-block chase endmg V\rith his car being \Vrcckcd and abandoned at the conwi· of P"rk Ave. and Laf'aycttc street. Arrt'sting officer v..ias 1111_ State Patrolman Chuck Allbcrg. He . .

HIJ.. RUN DRIVER CAUGHT FRIDAY; STILL It~ JAIL

Ted F. Berry, editor of Grange News, will speak on "What's Wrong With Europe" at James Sales Grange Booster Nite program Oct. 2 at B µ.m. He will also show slides taken In Europe. His talk will be a. description of European farm life, M,~rshall Plan 2ssistanec to agriCulturc, the battle of the Iron Curtain and how trade policies- are involved in il, and so1ne~ thing of the political set-up over there. Mr. Berry has recently returned fro~n a to·.ir cf Europe ·with a ~roup of sr·lec.tcd editors of fa~~rn jou::·nals jn the United States. 1-Iis "Europc:u1 Diary" series have been of great interest to Grangers. Musical selections will be provided by Mrs. Spalding and Mrs. Faye Gawley, accompanied by Mrs. Hl'rbcrt Cox. 11rs. 0. C. Wisncr's r:ornmittec \vill serve rtfrcshn1cnts <luring the soci::i.l hour. Mrs. Earl Rau, lecturer of Sales Grange, cordially invites the public. Sales Grange hall is at 113th St. and Park ·Ave.,

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was assisted in the invcsligalion of the acc.ident by Patrolmen Tai Roberts and Monte Robertson. The details, as compikd by a T.-J. reporter f1on1 nn r·yr: w1tnrss, are as follows: J'.erbrachc, driving his car at an excessive rate of speed down I 16th street, failed to stop for the arterial The Pierce County Council of Parthere, roared across Park Ave., nar- ent-Teachcr associations will lftold the rO'wly missing the car of Ton1 Moore re~ular council n1eeting Thursday, of Poche] Distributing Co., an~ ca- Oct. 2, in the Student Union buildreenecl into and completely demolished ing, Pacific Lutheran college, Parka white fence in front of the home on I land. Registration at 9:45 a.m.; mornthe Northeast corner, owned by Jerry ing session to start at IO a.m .. SecWutzke. The car slid down Park av-·1 ti~ns will meet tor an hour, with the e.nue sideway. s for a h. alf block or mon section directors. There wil~ also. be a mmd a huge cloud of dust. Upon report on lcgislatwn by Mis. Holton straightening out, the car crossed the Wilcox. yellow lin.c and an unidentified driver · Luncheon will be served at noon, of a car traveling south on Park av- fol11'\•1cd hy a st.anding count for the enue wa sfurced to turn. his car off the attendance trnphy. 'road .onto a private lawn to avoid a The afternoon speaker will be Dr. head_-on collision. Fcrbrache's car con- Jan1es Kirkw?od frt;>n1 . the D.el?<l;~·t­ ti.nued down Park avc,nur at a speed ment of Public Institut10ns D1vmon entimatcd well in excess of 60 miles of Children and Youth Service. Dr. per hour. Moore and Curtis Wright, Kirkwood has become widely k'1own a resident who witncssfd the accident to service dubs, women's clubs, and and had jumped into :rvfoorc's car, prof~ssional organizations for r.r.eg,avc chase. At Lafayette street, Ferb- senting programs wrich combme xachc turned kft, the right front "somethingentirely different" with a wheel of his cnr co!lap"<'.d under the constant show of humor. His program car, throwing it off the road into a has been much in demand for ladies' c?rncr hedge. Ferbrache ju111ped fro111 nights-as well as for regular mccth1s car and started out down the st,rcct ings. Dr. Kirkwood was featured. at on foot only to be caught by Wright the state conventinn. All are invited and· an unidentified resident/of La- to hear him at 1:30 p,m. His topic fayctle street. will be "Private Words". He is truly 1'he f'tTatic flight of Fcrbrachc's car a speaker·worth hea1:ing. ,.yas \v.itncssed by 111any, an1011g the1n, There will be 2 supervised nursery :Mrs. Clemons who saw.him cross Park j for pre-school children. :ivenu1· and crmh the first fence; Mrs. The per capita dues ·may be paid Matheson, \vho vvas _watcnng her.1ai:vn, at the Oct. 2nd meeting. It is ten <lropped lier hose an? fled, behevmg cents per capita based on last year's the vnld car '\Vas going to cross h~r men1 bership. lawn, and Mrs. Gregory, who witCalendars will be available to the nesscd the wild turn off Park mTnuc, locals that ordered them. the era.sh into the second fence and Officers and chairmen for the comFer~rat)lP's flight on foot. · , . ing year art:: .. 1 lie mvest1gatwu showed that l•erl.>President, Mrs. George Wangclm ... racht had rece~1tly ret~irnr-~l tr; the 1st vice pres., Mrs. Carl Collom; 2nd strites _fron1 ,_active scrv1.ce i_11 .I~o.r~~a vice pies., Mrs. Clarence Lund; 3rd nn.d . had r~cf'ptly Teccive_d;Jus ~1s- vicepres., Mrs. C. A. Spi:ecn.\. record-. charge from.ttw Anny. Tb~ 'l·!lto, · a Ing sec., Mrs. Ranghill Pe.terson; .v.a..x. :11.1_0:.l,el'-- .B.u.i.cl;.,-: h::i;d --'r~crntl~ trc~Snrcr, :NI rs. T.rav·c·r·s·· D ...· r.ye··.~; in-. ]lllll J,,,,,c cl a.nd _was unmsu1cd. He anrral sec., Mrs. Wallace Gregory; not lwcn dnnkmg.,, . ·1 corresponding·scc:,··M·ts'.·Cher'McAte·c. In- a ~tatentcnt .~o n l .-] . rrportrr, Cbairn1cn Ferbrache mnintaln~cl that he had Budgd, Mesdames C. A. Spreen, stopped ',it the stop sign on 1 l_Gth and j Tra".· .. Dryer, and Horton Wilcox; (Continued on Page 6) publicity, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell, Jr., and Mrs. Kenneth Lampitt; membership and registration, Mrs. C. A. Spreen_: record book, Mrs. Lawrence H.oward;' magazine, Mrs. Edward Purvis; program, Mrs. Quincy Carrell; founders' day, ·Mrs. Nonnan

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Whether youth should vote for Eisenhower or Stevenson will be the subject of a nation-wide television program from Washington, D. C., Sept. 30, which will feature Washington's own Dori Eastvold. The young attorney, who proved his ability at the national republican convention, currently is carnpaigning in this state for attorney general. He topped the incumbent, Smith Troy, in the primary election by more than 30,00fl votes. Eastvold again was selected by Eisenho,Ner hehdquarters to represent the General, as he has clone on three other occasions-once at the convention, and twice on nation-wide TV shows. He will face Richa.rd Nelson, pro,.;1inent young Democrat in the t:Plevision debate over the "Keep Posted" program. Nelson is president of the Young. Democrats.' Persons who believe youth will best be served by Eisenhower will question Nelson, and those who feel Stevenson will serve youth best . will cross-examine the Eisenhower champion, Eastvold.

FRANKLIN PIERCE CARDINALS NEW TEAM THIS VEAR

The Parkland Arca Kiwanis club recently voted unanimously to get behind the franklin Pierce high school football team to promote ticket saks and donations for the first game of the new high school, schedule for October 8 against Bellarmine sophomores at the P. L. C. field.tr 1-1a.rv Ton1111cryik, stellar athlete a the, tcarn uf freshnicn and sophon1orcs, very few years a.o;? and .more recently . they must be equipped. At the present coach at P~C, ts chan·~an. of the; ti1nc there arc. 66 youngsters in comyouth committee of the K1wams group• plcte uniforms, Within the next three and pr:rsonally m drnrg·e. of the ticket , yea rs there will be over 300 kids in sale project. .He JS stealmg as much r the athletic progrnm alone. The high tnne as possible Iro111 lhe lll<Jny re- school \vill have over 1 000 sLudcnts s~onsi?~I.itics. ?f his business, Parkland wl~l'Il it grows iulb a fou~·-ycar school, I• ucl O;I Scrpicc, to help put the game a big ass<:! lo this area as well as the over \V1th a bang. c.itv of T'acon1 a. "1'o the average fan, .this ,.first ' Al'1- O nt S upport . N cc cl c d d gan1c . no 11crid1inc nttrart1on;, cc1~res " . . . T'on11ncrvik "but to 'kicb) and i.he We as c1t1zcns of thC' surrounding Parkland, a~·ca it hears ::t great sig- corr:n1u_nitics~ ·must give the students nifcance. It is the first high ·school a. lift rn this non-tax supported aclca1n to represent this growing sub- t1v1ty. ~he students arc starting the urban area of Parkland Midland Col- year with a debt , of $3000 for ·linsv·--and'€el'ltral Avcn~c.· In a· c. ouple uniforn1s a~<l. e~uipn1ent. To overcome of .years the name Franklin Pierce will such a deficit is too much to ask of be con1petitive i.vith, _major high our youngsters .. They, thcI?selve.s can schools within the city. rnrry the ball if we can give them a "Despite the embryonic stage of I lift now. Let's give the kid• a boost. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . They need your support with an allout effort of every con1n1unity-111inded citizen. Anything you can give as a The Craft Guild of the South Ta- I donation or through the purchase of cp1na- Co1nn1unity Center is offering tickets will be appreciated by a classes in textile painting starting swell' gang of kids in our own comOctober 2nd thru November 13th, munity." 11rs. Bunny Halligan teacher, Classes The football tickets will be sold by are fron1 10 a.111. until 2 p.111. stude.nts, local business houses and 1'Iatcrials needed: Cotton n1aterial Ki\v<tnis 1neruhcrs . .l\n'yone not solicit~ for place rnat, hand towel, apron, or ed is asked to send his donation to the handkerchief. Brushes, scvC"rnl, black Parkland Area Kiwanis club, Parkbristles preferred. Textile paint, fiber land. board to fasten material on. No cleaner for brushes needed. Thumb-tacks, ste_ncil paper, stencil cutting knife or razor blade. Glass to cut stencil on, loose leaf note book and pcncit Pallet for your support in the Primaries knife or corset stay to n1ix paint: VlaxSept. 9th. It was greatly appreci· ed paper to mix paint on. ated. Textile paint, brushes and stencil paper will be for sale at the Center.

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Correction pupils at the the group n_1e.11tioned as Puyalluvfair, first graders \VCre reall.Y k1ndf'rgart~n youngsters. Under <l1rection of Frances Scearce and J\-fal1f'l Galbraith, they v\rrrc seen_ in several numbers Friday afternoon in the cducation building at the fair.

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e I Mrs. Robert O'Bryant of Parkland -"'Pc:snaway Man Missing. announe~s that a Grancl>Ci:awl of all Missmg smcc Sept. 9, Alfred F. Collins, 38, of Spanaway, is being sought by police officers. It is belie.ved that he may have suffered a lapse of memory. His wife, Agnes Collins, told police he started from home at 7 a.m. !hal date in his truck, sayin.o; he was going to Tacoma to sec about work. The truck was later found abandoned in a parking spot near 8'hh St. and Park Ave Accounts to police stated the Spanaway man had lately been despondent liccause of an old back injury which failed to heal. A cambinet maker by profession, Collins is six feet tall, and weighs 170 pounds. He has a noticeable burn scar on the right side of the neck.

the Coo!Jetle clubs of Waslungton has been scheduled for Sept. 27 and 28 in Aberdeen, with headquarters al the Morch hotel. Registration will be from 12 to 5 p.m. on Saturday. A para'dc is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., followed by. a cocktail hour at the V.F.W. 'club, The banquet will be at B p.m'. in the Star room of the Morck hotel, and dancing from 9:30 to I a.m. in the V.F.W. hall. The business meeting will' be held Sunday, Sept. 28, in I.W.A. hall· at 9 am. Grand Graback and Marguerite Greenwell of Ho-: quiam presiding, Reports of the Supreme Crawl in Los Angcies will '.be given.

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Guests Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bradley and daughter Vicki of Kennewid< and Mr. By MRS. VERNE FOGLE and Mrs. Carl Beasin and family of Anacorles were weekend guests of the GR. 5210 Elmer Bradleys. On Sunday, the famThe Explorer Scouts of Post No. 23 ilies joined Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Edarc now making plans to hold movies \Vards at t11eir ho1ne in Puyallup to on the second and fourth Saturdays celebrate granddaughter Vicki's first at the Waller Road Community hall, birthday. Also present for the occasion beginning this week. I were Mrs. Betty Summers and daugh4-H Girls' Club ters Kathie and Lorrie and Mr. and The 4-H Girls' club will meet Sat- Mrs. E. Delano of Puyallup. urday, Sept. 27, at 1:30 p.m. at the Knee }'racturcd home of the leader, Mrs. Ellis AnderSuffering a fradured knee while son. This is the girls' last chance to practicing football at Puyallup high bring their record books to enable the school, N1clvin Bradley is now vva.1king leader to get them into the county around with the aid· of a pair of agents office by Oct. 1. Be sure to crutches. be there. · To Nurse at Cushman Grange Auxiliary to Meet Miss Mary Lou Geise, who recently 'The Waller Road Grange auxiliary graduated from Taco rn a General wjll meet Wednesday, Oct. l, at the school of nursing·, has accepted a pohome of Mrs. Andrew Carlson. Mrs. sition at Cushn1an"hospita1. The grndGilbert Carlson will a8Sist her as co- uatiun exercises, hrld at the First hoslcss for the noon luncheon. Methodist church _in Tacu1na, were Visit Relatives very in1prcss~vc. E;1r:h n1c111bcr of the Mr. and Mrs. Clair Farley and cJass cnrrir·d a beautiful bouquet of family spent last weekend in Silver- .An1eri<i'.an Bc:o.uty rost'.S tic•d vvith s:-it:in ton, ()re., visiting relatives. Mrs. I1noM streamers of the same color. Held gene Preston, :who has been away for against their \vhit.e , uuifonus, thC'.y two weeks, 1nadc the return trip with made a very pretty picture ..A recepthem. tion for the graduating· nurses was held in the church parlors. On Trip PLATING' OF ALL KINDS Mrs. Franz Nelson aml Miss Charc Fire Sets - Silver Gifts lottc Nelson left List weekend for a Tea Sets - Many Designs two'-\vceks visit \vith relatives in North EASTERN ELECTRODakota and in Forrest City, Iowa. PLATING CO. .New Daughter 1407 Pacific Ave. A new daughter was welcomed info the<. home'' of };fr. and .. Mrs. Gc11rge' Clancy of Tacoma on Sept. ·25. She was na1nccl C!harlottc Annf': nnd l1as a "bign sister, Joyce Lou.isc. Mrs. Clancy is the former Joyce Nelson. Bahy Boy A baLy boy was l1orn Sept. ] 5 at the Good Samaritan hospital in Puyellup to Mr. and Mrs. Lonny J. McMahill (Lorna Jeanne Fogle) o[ Rt.

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Missionary: "Do you people know anything about religion, chief?" The first Fellowship Night of the Cannibal: "Well. we got a little season at the United Methodist. taste of it when th~ last missionary church in Parkland will be held at 'vas here." 6 :30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28. Recreation, singing, and a pre-view of the PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS season's activities will be given by the heads of the various organizations of the united groups. At the. morning AH· Saints Church Service on the 28th, the pastor's theme 205 East 96th St. will be "What's Right With the Church?" Speciitl music by the choir. - EVERY SUNDAY The board of education will meet at 9:30-Church School Classes the parsonage at 7:4·5 on the last 10:15-Worship, Sermon & Mnsic Monday night of this inonth. The church time will change to standard again on the morning of Monday, Sept. 29, but will be on daylight saving ti1ne un-til and i_ncluding Sunday, Sept. 28, Members of the V\run1an's _Society of Cllristian Servlc~2: will attend Jlie district meeting of the orianiz2(tion ton1orrow, Friday. lles .. COSTLY TIRE WEAR NOW e.rvations for the noon luncheon WITH should be made by calling the respective presidents, Mrs. Ray Turner or Mrs. Guy Neclcrvold.

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Save 40.00 Was 309.95 DAVENPORT & CHAIR_ .......... .,.......$269.95 Mohair Frieze-Green & Gray 2-Tone Save 30.00 Was 209.95 SOFA IN BROWN COVER.., .............$179.95 Foam Rubber Was 339.95 Save 60.00 2-PC. SECTIONAL................................ $279.95 Foam Rubber Was 169.95 Save 30.00 ARMLESS LOVE SEAT .. -----····-···-----····$139.95 . Save 30.00 Was 139.93 LOVE .SEAT TAPESTRY.............. .,.... $109.95 Foam Rubber Was 149.50 Save 40.00 ARMLESS SOFA. _________________ ,____ ..........: .. $109.50 Sa'"" 90.00 Custom Built Was 379.95 DAVENPORT & CHAIR .................... $289.95 Was 279.95 Snvc 50.00 . DAVENPORT - BED............................$229.95 Magicrest with Innerspring Mattreos Sa.ve 30.00 Was 199.95 4-PC. BEDROOM SET........... :............$169.95 Save GO.OD (Flamewood) Was 349.95 ~-PC. BEDROOM SEL ...., .................$289.95 Gray Was 299.95 Save 70.00 5-PC. BEDROOM SET $229.95 CEDAR CHESTS 50% OFF

Mohair Frieze Reg. 329.95 1 Pillow Arm Davenport.& Chair ........ $289.95 Lime Green Frieze Reg. 239.95 1 DAVENPORT & CLUB CHAIR.... $199.95 Choice of Biege, Green or Gray Mohair Frieze Reg. 289.50 3 DAVENPORTS & CLUB CHAIRS.... $239.50 Ro~e, Beige, Green and Flame Mohair Frieze Reg. 249.50 4 2-Pe. SECTIONAL DAVENPORTS $199.95 Choice of Lime, Red, Green Reg. 319.95 3 DAVENPORTS & CHAIRS., ... .,..... $289.50 Rose, Beige Frieze Reg. 14·9.50 l MODERN LOVE SEAT DAVEN0 ....$129.95 Green Frieze Reg. 219.95 1 DAVENPORT & CHAIR .......... ., ....$189.95 Green Reg. 99.50 1. BROCATELLE SWING ROCKER ...,$69.50 Modern Green Pattern Reg. H.50 2 9'xl2' AXMINISTER RUGS ............ $64.50 Choice of Beige, Gray or Green Reg. 259.00 12'x15' BROADLOOM FRIEZE ...... .,$199.00 Balance of Stock Reg. 38.50 ALL-WOOL SPLENDOR RUGS ..............32.50 Values to 24.00 Drop Price WILTON THROW RUGS . $4 95 Blond Oak ........................ .

Save +0.00 Rose Mohair Frieze Was 259.95 DAVENPORT & CHAIR ........ -----·-'----$219.95 Save $'!0, Reel Floral Mohair Frieze, Was 279.95 DAVENPORT & CHAIR ______ , ______ ....... $239.95 Save 50.00 Rose .. or Bicgc Was 2'19.95 2-l'C. SECTIONAL ........................... .,... $14'9.95 Save $40 Sage Gn'en Mohair Frieze 254-.50 DAVENPORT & CHAIR. ______ , ____________ .. $224.50 Save 50.00 Foam Rubber Was 289.95 2-PC. SECTIONAL.. .................... ,, ... .,..... $239.95 2-PC. SECTIONAL.. ...... ----.. ·----·--·-·-----$99.50 Save 60.00 Silver Gray Was 324.'l5 5-PC. BEDROOM SE'L ......... ,.,......., ... ,$269.95 Save 50.00 Mr. & Mrs. Was 254.95 4-PC:. BEDROOM SET............ ·--------·----$214.95 Save $40 Dn:eser, lled Nite Stand Was 139.9.5 3-PC. BEI~lOOM SET__ _____________ ,_____ .., .. $99.95

Save ?O.?O (Fl;ish Rinse) .· Was ,1~9.95 EASi SPINDRIEJ}...................., ...........$1.>9.95 Save 10.00 . . . Was 9!1'95 •• SPEED QU_EEN WASHJ!.~;..,.,.,:'.:'c··-·:·"-$89:95 Save.· 15.00 . . .... •... . · Was 159.95 SPEED QUEEN WASHER. ___ ········----·---$l'f4.95 Save •10.00 No Bolt Down Was 229.95 BENDIX ECONOMA'T..........................$189.95 No Bolt Down Was 299 95 Save 50.00 BENDIX GYROMATIC..... ., .. ., .., ..........$249:95 Save ·10.00 was 229 .95 BENDIX DRYER........... .,................ ., .....$189.95 Save 30.0U Was 229 95 JAMES DISHWASHER .......•........... ., .....$199:95 Save 20.00 Was 259 9 5 HAMILTON DRYER $249. ·-;;·--;; ......... , ........., .95

3-PC. VANITY, BED & STAND.. ,......... $69.50 Save 100.00 1 . , . Was 1.99.9~ , 5-PC. _BLOND D~NETTE SEL ............ $37.50 MO,N,~TOR ViASHER .............................. $99.9~ M"tch1Ilg BoxJSpr~ngs• ·. . :•:;; . Saye -0.()(J ·. .•. •:·· . . .. Was 169.9,:J Unlimi.ted Guarantee > . ..·.·•:•.• . ;!leg. t 09.00A "'~~~t WRINGER.}\[ASHER. .. ,.. -~ ....... -- $149.95 405 COIL IMPERIAL MATTRES'S ....$89;00; ;Sa.f"'3Jl_QQ-~·--~---~~ - - .·--:W...a£_:59..9Ji_:_ ____ _ Matching Box Sprjng Reg. 69.95'~~YAL VAC. CLEANER ..........., ... .,.... $29.95 "STAR" INNERSPRING MATTRESS.. $54.00 Save _10.00 Was 69.95 Appl"l'""""Ces UNivERSALVAC. CLEANER .. ·---------.-·$59.95 ""11 Save 20.00 Was 71 .45 ~ELVI }A2TCu. F,t- • , , UNI\'.ERSAL POLISH~R;;····- .. ., ............. $51.45 N OR I REEZER ......... ,., ........$389.95 Televusucn ~Eh~~~~TO 13J Cu. Ft., Was 459 95 Save 25.00 17" Console Was 3 H.95 R REEZER....................$419.95 STEWART WARNER TV......... __________ :$289.95 I ~':JR~~OOFRE8•C~. Ft. Was 34·9.95 Save 50.00 Was 409.95 17" Console . EZER-------·--·-·····---····---.... -$319.95 R. C. A. TV ...... ., ..... ., ............................. $359.95 Save 50.00 Was 446.95 20" Console Was 4·99.95 INTERNATIONAL FREEZER .......... .,$399.95 Save 90.00 SYLVANIA TV ________ ---···-·· __ . _ ___ .$·109.95 Save 50.00 11.5 Cu. f:'t. Was 429.95 i\.fANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS HOT POINT FREEZER ......................$379.95 TO MENTION IRONRl~E IRONER $2287.45 69 95 AT ALL 3 STORES · .... ., ................... _____ Save 20.0 Was 219.95 EASY SPINDRIER............................•...$199.95 20" Sylvania Console Save 20.00 Was 27'l 'l5 NORGE AUTO. WASHER----·-····--·-·-:.$259:95 TV with Halolite Save 10.00 Was 99.95 WAS ~15if§E Wfsfil~VASHER ___ ........... ;$89.95 *:499.95 , was 128.95............ $11,9.95 INSTALLED $20 Per Month ~IL ¥ii1~sH . Was 146.82 BURNER ..........,., .........,.$124.95 Save 4·0.00 ] 7" Console Was 35'l '50 R . C • A• TV --·----- ................................ .,.. $329.50 --· R. C. A. TV__ ___ ____ __ __ __ .... ,.,$345.00 4+9.95 Save 40 . 17" Half Door Mah'ny Console 359.95 Save 80.00 17" Console Full Door HOFFMAN TV........ ·-··----···------·············$329.95 DUMONT TV............... ,..... ,.,... ,.. ., ........ $369.95 Save 25.00 17" Console Was 314-.95 taaF:~ 17" Full Door Mahog. Console 449.95 STEWART WARNER TV .., ................. $289.95 N TV.... ··························-··-------$369.95 Save 20.00 120'' (Used) Was 139.95 $525 WESTI:\fGHOU~. TV ........ ., .... .,., ........ $119 ..95 Save 100.00 21" Provincial Full Door ADMIRAL TV... .,..... ., ............................$425.00 Save 20.00 Was 199.95 Save 45,00 17" Console Full Door 389.95 SYLVAc~IA TV........................................ $179.95

Furniture

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Was 315.00

R. C. A, TV., ......... ·--------·-·-·----·······--·-·-$269.95 Save 30.00 17" Blond Console Was 359 95 ADMIRAL TV . . ........................................$329.95 Save 40.00 17" Table Model Was 294.50 STEWART WARNER TV....................$254.00 Save 20.00 lG" Table Model Was 235.00 ~;, c;, A~ TV........ ______ :-·· __ -----····-,----$215.oo L)'S 1 able Model with Stand (Used) R. C. A. TV........ ,::: ...... ., ........................$129.95

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$30 TRADE-IN FOR YOUR OLD WASHER REGARDLESS OF CONDITION ON DeLuxe Easy 219.95 . Trade-in 30.00

DE LUXE

Easy Spindrier

you pay $189.95

AT ALL 3 STORES $100 TRADE-IN FOR YOUR OLD RANGE (Wood - Coal - Gas - Electric) REGARDLESS OF CONDITION ON Range 309.95 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED T rade ..iu 100,00

Deluxe Elect. Range

Save 30.00 Was 299.95 KELVINATOR 8.6 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR .............. .,$269,95 Save 50.00 Was 459.95 KELVINATOR 13.'.l CU. FT. FREEZER ......... ·-···------·---$409,95 Was 199.95 Save 20.00 KELVINATOR RANGE, Full Size ......................, .... , .....,.. $179.9.~ Save. 40.00 289.95 KELVINATOR 3.6 CU. FT. REPRIGERATOR .......... , ... ., $249.95 Save 20.00 65,000 B:r.U.-Thermostat Controlled Was 239,95 QUAKER HEATER ........ ·-·-·---········---.. ----- ----------.. --··--.. ·--··-··-- $219.95 Save 10,00 , Was 104-.95 QUAKER 4-ROO.M HEATER ..................... ,.,..................... ,..$94.95 Save 30.00 Was 139.95 COLEMAN '5-ROOM HEATER ............................................ $109.95 Save 10.00 Was 64-.95 COLEMAN 3-ROOM HEATER ............. _____ , ______ , .. __ ,,._ .. _.. ___ . $.51.95 . Was· 69.95 UNIVERSAL UPRIGHT VACUUM CLEANER ....... .,.... ,.,$59.95 . Was .59.'l5 UNIVERSAL TANK TYPE VACUUM CLEANER ............ $49.95

SHOP SEPICuS BARGAIN ANNEX REBUILT WASHERS Your Choice

$49.95

Pacific First REBU!LT ~-EFRIGERATORS

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AT ALL THREE STORES Save ·10.00 Was 229.95 BENDIX ECONOMAT '········---·------····-··-···-·······---·· .. --··--····-·---··-$189.95 Was 299.95 Save 50.00 BENDIX GYROMATIC ..........................................................$249.95 Save 4·0.00 Was·239.95 BENDIX DR YER ................. ., .....................•.............................$199.95 Save 20.00 Was 269.95 HAMILTON DRYER ......................,. ................................... ., ....$249,95 Save 30.00 Was 229.95 JAMES DISHWASHER, Portable .,., ....................................$199.95 Save 20.00 Was 279.00 NORGE AUTOMATIC WASHER •......................... .,.............. $259.00 Was 344.25 Save 30.00 KELVINATOR DE LUXE RANGE ....., ... ., ..........., ..........., .....$314.25 Save 30.00 . Was 379.50 KELVINATOR DOUBLE OVEN .......................................... $349.50 Save 40.00 · Was 387.25 KELVINATOR 12 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR ., ............. $347.25 Save 40.00 Freezer-Refrigerator Combination Was 449.95 KELVINATOR 2 DOOR ·---~ .., ... ., .............................................$409.95

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$409.95

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Commerce will battle it out on the gridiron .in Lirn.:.oln. Bow.·!.. Many of the college ploycrs of yr•ars gone by wil again don a uniform and display their skill for this charity game. This should really be a good tussle, so plan to sec the game Sunday, October 12. Jt is for a good c.ausc, I will give you more details later.

Charles "Chuck" Salhim New Manager of

ONE OF A KIND - LAS.:r YEAR MODELS ALL CARRY NEW GUARANTEE·

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HiWAY VARIETY

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nected for 18 out of 29 passes. The U. of W. ground game looked very bad, as they were unable to gain much yardage through the Idaho line. They will need to be recharged before they meet the stronger teams in the conference if Washington is to be con• J sireded a possible winner. The Pacific Lutheran College and the College of Puget Sound griddcrs engaged in a slow and listless game in Lincoln Bowl Saturday night, with neithe'r squad showing much strength. C.P.S. scored a touchdown near the end of the first half on a fluke play and managed to hold on to their lead for a 7 to 0 win. Both tcan1s ha\;c the necessary rnaterial and should improve ·considerably by the time next Saturday rolls around. P. L.C. travels to California to meet the Humbolt eleven, coached by Phil Sarboc, while C.P.S. meets the Western Washington Vikings in their first conference ga1ne. The Seattle Rainiers finished their play in the Coast league Sunday with a d01,1blc win over the pennant winning Hollywood Stars. The Rainiers finished the season in third place. Bob Boyd. the Seattle first baseman, is the unofficial league batting champion with a fine .320 average, followed closely by teammate Artie Wilson, who finished with a .315 average. Looking forward to next year, the Seattle management. has big plans for rebuilding the team, It is quite possible that many of the old faces will be missing when the 1953 season starts. Frank Sedgman, the Ausi:ralian tennis whiz, suffered his first tennis defeat in many months at the hands

3 Convenient Locations Downrown 13tb and K Sts. BR 0386

On tbe Mt,· Highway , 7208 Pac Ave, HI 9556 Lakewood Center 9133 Gravelly Lake Drive LA 5251


No longer it it necessary for Mama to put off .the day'.s shopping until Papa gets home with the family car after work. This situation has been a nuisance for years to the many p~ople in the Spana'l.vay-P~1rklnnd area living at some distqnce !rpm established bus routes. All too many times Papa haB been delayed and' arrived home so I.ate t\)')t .the stores. ha<l closed. In any case, Papa frequently had to wait .for his dinner because Mama had to dash out and buy food for the meal at this late hour. The regular operation of the B-Line Transit Co. buses has changed all this to hundreds of families in the district. With a bus running in each direction every houi', right to the. business centei' .. of each community, Mama can plan her shopping at the most convenient time of .day and thus organize her home activities on a time-saving basis which gives her added hour~ of leisure. Mer.chants of the Spanaway-Parkland area, all loyal boosters for nevv bus _line, are celebrating the innuguration pf regular service with a double-page advertising spread in .this issue of the Times-Journal. They offering some REAL BUYS, values that will make. Mama hop on the to shop the stores in a veritable treasure hunt of bargains.

the big are bus

Sure, there will be special buying i·nducements this weekend, just to get people started riding the local buses .. But the added advantage to the com· munity will go on for a .long time it is hoped. Convenient access to the shopping centers- \.Vi11 iri.erease -businrss ;ind {enitble merchants to offer even Petter- values and services th_at at present. for the residents, the new day_~ ti1ne transportation will offer many advantages, all adding up to making the community a better place to live and raise a family. Property values depend in no small part on adequate transportation. Transfers to the Woodland bus giye access to the Summit and Midland areas; connection with Tacoma Transit buses speed the trip to down-town Tacoma; connections with Tacoma Suburban Transit Co. buses at Airport and Highway 99 and Sales and Highway 99, permit easy travel to McChord, J"o1;t .Lewis, Madigan, Mount Rainier ,Ordnanse Depot, South Tacoma and qowrntown Tacoma. Ger in on this good thing:--RIDE THE BUS!

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NROAD Mr. and Mrs.· Trafford Hubert an• nouncc the birth of a son Sept. 18. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Munsen, of Canyon road. Miss Limb Munsey and Miss Helen Dcssen recently celebrated their birth· days with a picnic and swimming party ~t the home of Linda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Munsey on Canyon road. Eighteen guests helped .Linda and Helen enjoy "their day". Con. gratt··.t·lat1.·ons. to both of them. 1 Recent ho.use guests at the home of Mr. :and Mrs. Harry Soper on ll4th and Canyon road ·were Mr. Soper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Soper and Roger and Judy, of Ceylon, Minn. Whil.e here they attended the baptism of their grandson, :Benjamin Clark Soper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soper, and Benny's cousin, Karl Lee Gilmore, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland. Gilmore, of Tacoma. The sympathy of the community is extended· to Mr. and Mrs. C. Turner of Collins, formerly of 8Qth and Canyon road, who have been notified that I t~eir son, Sgt" Lar;·y Ti.;rne;, of the U SlvfC:, was killed m act10n m Korea on Sep. 5.

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Parkland Centre Bldg. Take Home a Dozen of our Delicious

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Imports from Norway Sweden ,Denmark

Fesh Baked Do-N1111ts

$3.95

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MADDEN'S MENS· & UTTLE MENS SHOP GRanite 4242

Garfield St. Near the College

PARK 'N SHOP SUPER MARKET IS OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY .. 7 DAYS A WEEK. NOT JUST THE DRUG DEPT... BUT ALSO.THE GROCERY. DRY GOODS, MEATS AND All OTHER. DEPARTMENTS ARE NEVER CLOSED. NOW RIEAD OUR. ADD BELOW AND SEE WHY IT PAYS TO SHOP & SAYE AT THE PARK 1 N SHOP.

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then skidded sideways down Park avenue for about a half block, straightened up and headecl" for a car corniug to·wards' inc on Pai·k avenuc._!This c~ir turned off onto a lawn. I though't first he . had turned into an alley. I started my· car .and Mac .Wright came barreling out of his house and jumped in with 1,ne. We took off after the black coupe and saw it turn kft on Lafayette .street; We pulled around the corner and saw the car· jan1n1rd into the hedge. The driver was.making tracks down the street. Mac jumped out and started running after hiw. Some other fellows ran out and helped· him catch the driver. I got out of my car and started to write down tlw license number of the coupe but w<iS st.ill shaking so bad I had to get back into n1y _car and ·sit down. -Eoy, sCeing that car coming :right at n1c at_ that speed sure put a scare in me. I Jig· ured .l'd"better ,go home and s.ettle n1y nerves." Inquiry at the Pierce county sher· iff's office Monday revealed that. Ferlir.ache's bail had been set at $500 and that he was still in the county jail.

Poultry Equipment Rabbit Feeders Water founts

RAU MFG. CO. At No Extra 3ost RHONE'S CABINET SHOP 16fo & Park Ave. GR..inite 3342

BUSINESS Envelopes .. Letterheads • Checks • Blotters Wedding Announcements .. Booklets

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THE TIMES-JOURNAL Just tbe pl~ce to st-arf: raising beef _stock. T\vo--houscs, 2 b~1rns. Large c_orral. Property is all newly fenced. Will carry 25 head v·cry C8sHY. Only 4- n1i)cs

area in the near future, avail

yourself of our special service.

Trade I 18 Acres Cattle

from our office. Full price $7,- . ODO. Terms.

RANCH. Located near Graham. Would trade for 10 or 15 acres prdcrauly near Puyallup. Full set of excc.llent buidings. On good road. Let us show you this buy. Cal Mr. Inloes GR 3624 or HA 2547

FARIVIS 78 ACRES-Grnlrnm. l)arn. 30 acres peat soil. down _,;,;11 handle. "You see, .dear, years ago I got this girl some tabic lamps at the PARKWAY FURNITURE and she's never forgotten it.''

COLLINS ROAD Here's home th'at steps out of Detter Homes & Gardens, and will suit the n1ost disCri1uinating buyer. ·2 bedroon1, cornbinatjon living ·and cljning roon1, nll finjshed -in kncilty cedar pa-ncling, 14·6' drilled well. To sec is to buy, Drjng your check book. $7850, approximotcly $1800 down will handle,

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REAL ESTA TE WANTED WE NEED. more. suburban homes to fill the demand. We. also need i•entals. If you plan to leave the

Big romny 2-bedroom home. . Large !iv .. rm, big cab. kit., Separate breakfast nook, tile bath. Part basement with hot air auto. -oil-fired furnace. l cnr garage nnd smnll chicken hsc. P1;esrnt o\vncr \vill ac·ccpt trailer house, truck or small down paynJen!. "Av<iilable with 90 or i40' fro!ltage. Good future f business location. ~

Make Your Own Workbench! EVERYBODY'S doing it nowadays .- -,hqme repairs and general fix-up, that is. Every home craftsman needs working space for these endea.vors. The minimum space required is a workbench. If there's a workshop, it's usually built arnund the .bench. Project No. 1 for the home ·craftsman is a workbench-if he has none or the old one is inadequate. lllustrated is a sturdy model which he can build from a free plan. This bench is 26%"

South of Puyallup ON GRAHAM HIGHWAY. 5 acres and 1-room house. Kot elaborate but well worth the asking price of $2300.00.

PARKWAY FURNITURE

3 Bedrooms PARKLAND. I 16th and I Street. Built as a model home by a ~om· irient contrnc:tor. Pest lo.\Vn and trees. Fenced with white picket fence. Owner leaving for Japan. Bargain at $10,000. Furniture .m"1ilablc. Call Mrc Inloes GR 3624· or HA 2547.

Open Till 9:00 P. M. Delivery Service 14 lst and Pacific Ave. GR 3941

4 Rooms - $2850.00

WHY .NOT NOW? •

PEAT TOPSOIL 5 YARDS $10; 4 Yards $8. Finest black peat topsoil, state tested, 1- to 5-yard loads. Lawn construction and rockeries .. ·Evergreen Lands<02uing. Cb.

HI 2722

)!:, BLOCK EAST of Pacific Ave. on I OOth St. House is not entire)y modern but in good condition. Owner willing to trade equity in on larger home. Call Mr. Inloes GR 3524 or HA 2547.

SUBURBAN REALTY Member Tac"Drna Real Estate Board 9920 Pacific Ave.

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wide and may be up to 6 feet long. It has. two closed compartments and four roomy drawers. Much of the bench's sturdiness (it will last for years and years) is cl uc to the Tempered Presdwood used for. the working- surface and for· covering the lumber framing. Even the doors and the drawer'bottorns utilize this extremely ·dense, durable material. Tempere,d Presdwood was used in World _War II as parts of America's speedy and deadly PT boats. Workbenches in thousands of industrial plants arc covered with this versatile exploded-wood product. To obtain free plans and step-by-step directions for making this workbench, simply mail a postal Lo Home Service Bureau, Suite 2039, Jll West Washington St., Chicago 2, and request a copy of the Hall workbench.

COLLINS NEWS Mrs. John G. Gorow, Reporter GRauite 7070 Editor's Note-Mrs. John G. Gorow has consented to act as reporter jn the Collins district. Anyone having news of clubs or other groups, as well as of local happenings and_ social c''cnts, is asked to call her at her home. News must he received by Mrs. Gorow not later than Saturday of the week preceding publicat!on date.

: HORSE SHOEING now available every day. -Drop a card to Rt. 1, Box 475, Graham. J. R. Young. l6ctf ' MILK COWS, sold on terms. Gammon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 41 miles south of Summit. 16ctf Buy, _Sell and Exchange REGISTERED Herefords; cows, heifQuality Recapping & Vulcanizing -crs and bulls; also comn1ercial Here~ fords, Arni;us and Shorthorn cattle. Phone 6112. 16ctf 220 Puyallup j\ve., Tac. BR.. 1888 SORREL GELDING-Gentle, trick trained, $'.l5; call .Hiilside 7791 " after 5. 1Gc2 TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Cla& ses. All ages. Mildred Keller, GR FOR SALE -'-- Well broke sa<ldl; At Country House horse, gentle, ideal for children; 7881. 15ctl bay coorcd; $fi5; 1919 1-th Ave. N. Members and Lidics of tbc ParkW. Puyallup. 5-8372. 16c2 land Arca Kiwanis Club will rncct al REGIS,TERED polled Hereford bull the Country House to celebrate their service. Breed the horns off. Phone 3rd ycnr of doing good in the Park~ GR 6112. 16ctf land Area. WAKTED - Older horse; must be A chicken dinner will be served, acgentle and suitable for 7 "year old girl. Will pay fair price and guar- cording to Herbert Sm:olufaky, chairantee the very best of home. Phone man of the festivities. An impressive array _of outstanding Puyallup 5-8688. 16c2 Kiwanians will be on hand, including past governor John Langenbach of the Northwest District, who will deliver the main address. President of the South Tacoma club, II~rb Ford, will be on hand as well as Mel Dcnnjs of Puyallup, Lt. .Governor of the •4istrict, and pas,t Lt. Governor, James Repp. Club Pl"esidcnt Morri,. Ford wants lo remind all Ki\vanians th3t it is Ladies In the Matter of the Estate of ADA night . . . conic nnd bring your lady INGHAM, Deceased. to the 3rd annual birthday party of Notice is hereby given that the un- the Parkland Kiwanis club. dcr:;igned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having clai1ns against said deceased ar~ hereSylvia Storaasli Orthopedic Guild by required to serve the same, duly vcrHicd, on said Executrix or her atM will meet at 12:30 Thursday, Oct. 2, torncys of record at the address below at the home of Mrs. W. J. Coblentz, • Rupe Machine Works stated, and file the same with the 9](i Wheeler St., with Mrs. Walt )hop GR 7450 - Res. HI 6190 Clerk of said Court, together with ,Daniels assisting. Pacific Ave. at Brookdale proof of such service, within six MOTOR REBUILDING nwnths after the date of first publiLathe anrl Press Work DRESSMAKING cation of this notice or the same will be barred. Buttons and Button Holes CON ROD Dqtc of first publication Sept. 11, Imported Baby Line 1952. GIUNDBNG . Gifts MILDRED RYKER QUANTE, Piston Finishing, Valve imd Scat & Marie's Shoppe Executrix of Estate, Grinding, Brake Drum rnrning, 1022 So. I 15th GR 7231 1719 So. 9th St., Tacoma, Wash. Head and Block Grinding. GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Estate, NaL'l Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland P. 0. Box 728. FOR SALE..r - Aluminum house trail- Parkland, Washington. er: sleeps 3; $'135; 321 Factory, Pub. Sept. 11, 18, 25, 1652 Orting. 15c4 ·---USED DAVENPORTS $12.50; Goodwin, Eastvold & Hicks. $22.50. Pad<way Furniture 14-lst and Pacific, GR ~9-11. l 5c2 Il;oT THE SUPERIOR_ COURT OF "THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR SALE __:_ 2-:fx75;zi9-'I'i;:;;;;-Iii:"(; FOR THE COUNTY ·or PIERCE nc\v, cheap; 124·12 Pacifir. .Ave. 15c2 No. 54782 NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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Home on Furlough Pfc. Richard Stromberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stromberg of 864 So. 111 th St., is at home on a 20clay furlough before being assigned to an i\rn1y unit in Austria. I-le js a graduate of Lincoln high school, class' of 1'148, and has just completed a

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FOR SALE - Upright grand piano and bench, Puyallup 5-68'.'.3. 15c2 FOR SALE- - 2-whccl all-steel trailer and concrete mixer. Ceil! Roy 4·1J5. 15p2 A BARGAIN 2 room furnished house trailer, 26 feet, clean. Lots of builtins, only $350 cash and small light trailer in trade. Phone Puyallup 5-2029. l 5p2 FOR SALE - Ynnng C:ncrnscy Mw; first publication, Sept. J 1, weaner pigs_; rabbits; scp;:irator'. Graham 7-2137. Rt. 1, Box 261-A, MARGARET B. SKINNER, Spanaway. 15p2 Executrix of Estate, F<JR- SALE Floor iurnacto with 10819 Pacific Avenue, 2 dru111s and copp<'r tubing; dquble Tacon1a; WashingtOn. bed; bassinettc with stand; GR 50°'1 GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, Attorneys for Es_tate, Nat'! Bank of.Wash. Branch, Parkland FOR SALE - Trash burner, excel- P. O. Box 728, Parldand, Washington. lent condition; phone GR 3976. Pub. Sept. 11, 18, 25, 19.'i2 15p2 A,LFALFA HAY - By the bale or lon. Grass bay $1.00 per bale. Will take li\'estock in trade. l)c]iverv can be arranged. 2nd house past R oy Y 15ctf

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lo Mr.. and Mrs. Melvin Ford;Rt. I, Box 188, Eatonville, a girl, Sept. "12. To Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arneberg, Rt. 4-, Box 6'1-A, a girl, Sept. .12. To Mr. and Mrs. John Fisk, 8428 So. Yakima Ave,, a girl, Sept. 13. To Mr. and Mrsc Clarence Johnson, 933'.l East B St., a girl, Sept. 13. T M d M' R M'll 761 .... ° r. an. . rs. oss . 1 er, 9 So. 7th St., a g11l, Sept. H. 12~3 To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cmnpcau, Rt. 13, Box 67, a boy, Sept. 15. To Mr. and Mrs. Jim 'Snyder, Eatonville, a girl, Sept. 18.

------------- , TRUCKS - 19+8 GMO tractor with 426 motor, mw 10-20 rubber. 194-7 KB8 Intcrqatinnal tractor, 10-20 rubber .. 1951 40Fl tandem trailer; 1949 32-ft. tan?,~:m tra!Icr, 10_-20 nil~bcr; 19-16 ci2-ft. smglc axcl trailer, 10,20 rubber. Terms or trade ·if desired. Phone GR 64-4-6 Tacoma. Rt. 1, Box 456 Spanawav.

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The Parldand auxiliary have been "invited to entertain the Hoodsport i auxiliary due to ~he Par-kland group losing the mf'mbcrship contest. Plans are being made to visit Hoodsport un October 2 and entertainment will be in the fonn of con1rnunity siriging. The meeting will be held in the home of. Myrtle· Grey, president for the Hoodsport lTnit, and 2.ny'JJ"lC 'vishing to. attend· may eall Mrs. Linc!et ot Mrs. Blackstone for transportation. fyfr$. Mabel. Storlie, 4·th district president, will 111akc her official visit to Hoodsport on that night.

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