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I Tacoma, Wash. Permit No. 51

PLC Opem11ing New De~aril'111u~nt

Pacific Lutheran college opcnc~ its doors Saturda~· to all hopeful piano students who are below college ag_e to enroll m the newly formed prano prcpa.ratory c1eparlrucnl.

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t. Parkland's Good Neighbor drive got underway Friday afternoon when majors fro1n various sections of the area met at the home of the colonel of the drive, Mrs. A. W. Ramstad, 720 I 20th street. Mrs. H. S. Whitman came out 1 i from the Good Neighbor office with ! ins~ructions and matcrjal for work in i this area. ! Majors who have accepted responsibility for most of the 15 sections of i Parkland .include Mrs. A. C. Binkley, ! C'.frs. John Fink, Mrs. E, E. Damme!, Mrs. Geo. Clark, Mrs S. 0. Storaasli, Mrs. J. A. Alvstad, Mrs. Ludvig Larson, Mrs. E, M. Krumm, Mrs. Alfred i H. Tisch, Mi's Edward Antonsen, Mrs. ' Earl Rau, Mrs. I. M. Ulberg and Mrs W. E. Nylander . I Mrs. Ramstad pleads with the women of the Parkland area to be "good neig·hbors" and willingly accept responsibilities in order that when the

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.- , . . I he highlight of the Sept. 24 meet. '-1 cl' , ! ) ing of the Par dan Business cu) \Vas • . f h d t 1:c ?1scuss1on o t c pro~osc se\ver drstnct for the area. President Roger McDonald presided. . Among the speakers were Mr Foster _. ., of the Pierce County Health departI 1nent and _1ifr. Bergerso~ and Mr. Jones from . . the State P.ollut10n Control -. . comnuss10n. They had been rnvtted b h I k h. . y t e e1u) to sprn. at t is meetm?. Mr. Foster explamed that even m . ' . ' . gravelly smi rnd1v1dual scptic tanks and drain fields were not a satisfac-

Morris Ford Herb Socolofsky Ole S A u! R . d Cl R' 1 tuen, . ". amsta , ay o ey, v en Jaco1)S T rav D rycr, L cnar d M cGuire and Harold Lcra8s as aids in . promotwn. C d" I SI . U "D . ar hmafs rnhpmg Pb· j . esp1te t e act t at our oys are 'green,' w.c feel that by next Wednes_I'>_._

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i'ardina1'.{11achine," states Coach Tim ommervr" . . On the baStS of observa tron at last Friday's practice scrim1nagc vrith McCarver at franklin field, the coaches are getting a line-up of the players and their abili lies. Daily scrimmage ' sessions stressing tackling are being used this week to iron out rough spots. Some of the boys who have i:>een showing up well are: Kenny Randles, Rod and Con Kaelin, uacks; Chuck Robbins and Edwin LaGarde, ends; Gerald Rody, offensive tackling. Last VVednesday 8.fternoon, Oct. 1, \.\'as set for a practice scrimn1age -vv·ith Ste\ivart Intermediate on their field.

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Orange Tiffin Rolls

Armstrong's Poultry Market

AUNT SUE'S Bakery HI. 4072

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New Fire Chief Harry Beitz has- been appomted chief of the Parkland Volunteer Fire department, replacing Jim Lewis who rf'signcd recently. The firen1en are asking everyone to observe Fire Prevention Week, Oct .. 5-11, by being extra careful with fire during the dry weather.

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Roy Grange will hold its annual Booster Nitc meeting on Friday, Oct. 3, the event to ue open to the public. I. L. Larson is Grangcn1aster. At this meeting, prelin1inary organ~ ization of a fire protection district for the Roy-Lacamas area will be effected. All interested residents of the sec-

KIWANIS MALE CHORUS Place: PLC's Beautiful New

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Enrollee! at Washington State Collegc at Pullman are Richard Earle Predmore of Eatonville and Stephen P. Cameron of Graham.

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good prospect of adding a saxophone to the orchestra for this occasion. All proceeds from the dances go into the ambulance fund to pay for '.necessary supplies. The men serving on the rescue squad Jo operate the ambulance \vork withollt any pay, giving the many hours needed so the community may have the ambulance ready for any emergency. The ambulance dances arc always popular occas1ons and those attending '·arc assured of a pleasant evening of dancing and fcllo~vship.

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Spanaway people are 111viting all I The first meeting for the year was their friends in neighboring districts held Oct. 1 by the Elk Plain P-TA. to attend· the first fall ambulance After an attractive program, refresh-. benefit dance, to ue held ~aturday mcnts were served by parents of .the evening, Oct. 4,, in the Metropolitan 8th grade pupils. The exccu tive board met Sept. 24 Park hall at Spanaway. The music will be furnished by to make plans for the coming year, Maureen Gibbons, Lee Dotson and with special emphasis on the "Gay Kenneth and Ronnie Ward, the group Nineties Night" scheduled for Oct. \Vho pleased the dancers so n1uch at 25. Fun and cntertainn1ent are prolast year's dances. There is a)so a mised young and old.

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Spemaway .Ambularu:e Benefit Dance Oct. 4

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·.,;GOOD NEIGHBOR . · ·jl DRIVE UNDER WAY AT PARKLAND

Have you purchased your ticket to the first Franklin Pierce high school football game! That's the question being asked by Kiwanians, hiob school students and business men throughout

p·" · t. 1erce sc l100l d"ts t nc The first game of the first year for Thrs ~cw pr~gram, offered as .a the Franklin Pierce Cardinals will be community service at a non-profit , ;, d , I , cl'... . f R hdd on the PLC athlctie field Wednescost, ~S ~n rt t i t Ji ~.ct1on o . . . day Oct. 8 vvith Bcllarminc sophoByard Fntts and promises to folf1ll ' h ' . . . . ! mores as t C VISJting team. an car [1cr p cJg·c 111adc lo present the F . f h . . . I! 1 f f' . . . 'ncnc s o t11c sc oo1 are eBpecia y :nest type o p1ano 1nstruct1on pos- intcrcste.d in the ticket sale since the d .ll b d t f Sible, The college and the communitv arc pr~fccc s "f'I the usfc tbollpay odr new! . . , . uni orn1s or e oo a squa anc .' f ortunatc m securing the services of 'd d d . b tl 'I' R b ·to prov1 c nee e insurance, o i non"v iss o erta \'/e,tmorcland of Tat d . E . . . 'f tax suppor e items. <,verv citizen in c~1na, a pop~lar young. ~cach?r gI ted the area is h likel , ro; ect Ior a with . 1.;:c t as ti1c st u'd en t)s nee pd pll.tl. . Lr"xccptrona. . 1 mus1cianslup, who tic a 1e supWI 11 ue <Tddrng lwr talents to the . . d h . f ti f ·1 , . , . port possI 11 J e rn or er to meet. t eir ur. 1~1:a'.1ce o t us commumty s music athletic budget for the coming year. aetrv1tie>. . k . h d d b 1, 11e tic Tf r et sa 1e IS spear ea e y . 1e .1-esponsc,to an car Ier announce- the Kiwanis club of the Parkland area ment 111 the 1 m'.cs·.!ournal has been Marv Tommervik was selected a~ far more cntlrnsrnsttc than was ex- h . · f h cl · · d b pccted, according to Fritts. - Parents c airman o t c. nve, assist: y . ll - .' "! ·[ ! ·" b _ . Harry Chambers m charge of tiekets, may cmo., t 11c11 rnpc us. ctween and Rufus Parker, Art Swindland,

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PARKLAND KIWANIS SPONSOR TICKET SALE FOR FIRST GAME

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10 a~cl 1". Sat1,irclay. mornmg at the P.L.C. rcgistr;ir s office. . S d L cssons w1·11 1JC taug 1 ays d ' rt on atur . an \Vcckd;iys after school. !uue .of lossons may be scheduled With Miss . · d' . W cslmorc 1m1c1 at t 11c piano stu 10s rn the new um,ic building.

Advertising copy Tuesday noon.

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ROXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE . POSTMASTER-If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed.

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U.S. POSTAGE PAID Sec. 34.66 P. L. & R..

OFFICE· 118th and Pacific Avenue

News copy intended for publication must be in the office of the Times-Journal not later than 12 noon Mond.ay.

ChapelmMusic-Speech

Building - Students 75C. Including Tax

are '.'rgcd to be tamment lS'planned.

.At the regular meeting of the Park.

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i)1cmbers enthusiastically supportc ed the Kiwanis club in its drive to sell tickets for the Franklin Pierce high school opening game Oct. 8. Since one of the prinCiples of Altrusa is service, it was felt that one of the greatest services that could be rcndcrccl locally was the support of youth in its recreation and sports.

]Vloon Mullins

"\Vhcthcr your draperies arc cusLon1111adc, n·ady·-111n.dr-, or hon1c-111adc, I Mcmy members commcn.ded t~c Ki- welco~c will be cxtend~d to the teach!.':·1n h;ivt· thc1n · cleaned for you so waius dub rn its splendid project of ers; the officers will act as hostesses. th<1t they'll look as fresh and charming sponsormg the foot.ball game of the • • I as tht· <-by you first hung them at Franklin Pierce Cardinals and Belyour vvin<lo\vs", rlain1s ::Vfoon Jvlullins, Janninc Sophs, proceeds of which are We Lake /'11yall11p Laundry and Dry Cleaning to be used for athletic equipment. The Mrs_ Margaret Michael, RL 2, Box ;ales111an in the Parkland area. Altrusa club bought a block of tickets 293, Puyallup, used the Times-Journal "We do a iw1frct job on all drapand the individual memuers will pur- classified section recently with such ~rics . . . using the correct methods chase others. '.\rcat success that she took the troufor each type of 111alcrial. Glve rne During the past summer, each Al- ble to write the following note to the c1 !'all at Puyallup 5-66.51 for cost trusa mcmbn was given a dollar which newspaper: "If results are any indicaestinJntcs." was to be put to work to earn n1oney tion, you 1nust surely have ten million for the club. A great variety of proj-1 readers." .. ccts were on display at the last meeting, Among those displayed were cer- 11 "-----· . amic ash trays by the president of the · club, Stella Jacobs; lovely framed pictures of Northwest scenes by Beulah Sulli; ear rings, Olive Tarpenning; Enjoy the 1Icalthful Benefits of argyle socks, Elizabeth Longmire, and S\vct~.;~h l\1ass;ige ln lhe Privacy baby bootees by Florence Dryer. There of 'r· our tlornc or l\1ine was no duplication of projects and it H. C. UALLARD, MASSEUR IS hoped that the club coffers will be . For /\ ppointtncnt Phone EVENIKGS !Jursting when ~inal repmts of carn-11 ~·· 1''acon1;1, GH.anilc ·J:142 111gs arc turned 111.

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GETTING SET l'OR THE BIG GAME--Clint Richardson of the Southeast Tacoma Mutual Water Co., buying his ticket for the Franklin Picrcc-Bcllarmine game from Marlene Nordmark and.Valerie Davis. Phone by McKew.en

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'Mrs. Ralph C. Rawley at HI 2439 t or Mrs. Guy Steele at HA 2363 prior ' 1 C U C: O to those dates. The next show will be Members of Rodger. Lunde po~t held Oct. 13 in the Parkland theatre. No. 5052, Parkland, will hold aud1. tions for their next talent show Oct. Winners of the last talent show were: 2 and 8 in the Post hall, 11102 So. J First place, Dianne Christiansen; Yakirna Ave~ at 8 p.rn . ./\nyone desir- second, Carol Banharn; third, 1\.farian ing to audition is requested to contact! Vinton.

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CLAY ROLEY AGENCV 9Bth and 1'oriland Avenue GR 8501

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DR-:r:- RICHARD McGUlK Modern Eye Carn ~Y2 So. Vaidmll

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LET US CARRY THE BALL ON YOUR HEATING Oil Enioy

That "PLUS" Service Lubrication Tires • Batteries

Auto Parts MARV TOMMERVllC'S

arkland .Fuel ii Service

At last the insole, weakest part of any shoe becomes its lifesaver!

$11.95 8-Inch Plain-Toe Re-Tanned to insure warm and dry feet.

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THE LOWEST EVERYDAY PRICES ! !

Prices for ROMAN MEAL

FRIDAY .. SATURDAY

MUFFIN MIX ,9-0z. Pkg.

OCTOBER 3rd & 4th AT OUR FOOD FAIR BOOTH Nalley' s Valley Products

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Sunny Jim Preserves on Hot Biscuits Pillsbury Angel Food Cake Chase C5 Sanborns Coffee

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DOLES FRUIT Noa 1lall tin 2/45c COCKTAIL ~ ,;~J~ ~ 111$1.69

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LUMB~RJACK SYRUP

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Awards to be drawn at 6 p.111. Saturday. You do not have to be present to win. Winners will be posted in our store and also in m;xt week's Times-Journal.

PET MILK

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Store Hours: 8 a.m. to '1 p.m.


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and States Army, ]eaves for Washington, Ellen Lad'l;Vig, 'also cousins of the D. C., Sept, 29. Mrs. Phillips will li\ie bride: Theyw.ere d1·essed .in rose taf-1 wi.th her .parents until she pains her fofta and earned haskets of rose pet- husbaml· Jn the East. als. Gowned in blue satin Were the candle lighters, Miss Dorothy Wucstney, sister of the bride, and Miss We greatly appreciate the beautiful Alvera Lad\vig, another cofisiri of the flowers, C'1rds and.don'ations and many bride. acts of ki.ndness of our loyal friends Warren. Hackler, of Auburn, was and neighbors during Herman's re~ best man. Ushers were Milton Levings, cent illness. May God richly bless· all James Levings, ,and Lynn Williams. of you. Arch.ie LaForge, accompanied by :fylrs. Mr. and Mrs. B;erman J orgenMarion Clement, sang ~'Oh Prornis.c f son and boys. Mel) "an<l "-BecausC'-'. The n1other of the bride was gowned in royal bfue and wore a corsage of pirlk carnations. Pouring at the LaCROSSE PRINTERS reception held at the church hall for GRanite. 71 QO O\;er 100 guests, were Mrs. John Ladwig and Mrs .. Delbert Louden, great INSTALLATION & REPAIRS aunts of the bride .. Mrs. Fred Ladwig and Mrs. Robert· Ladwig,annts of the brip.e, cut the wedding cake, and Mrs. Frank Ladwjg and Mrs. Paul Levings attended. the gift table. After the reception the ·bride and gro6m and the wedding party went to the. Fruitland Grange hall for a wedding_ dance. Later the bride and groom departed for a trip to Oregon. The groom, a corporal fo the United

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Garfield Street T.V. & Radio Service

SALE

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SUPERFAN BLOWER Hlllside4711

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Has dozens of uses. Ideal in hot weathr>t• ·as air circulator. Safe-no dangerous fan blades.

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AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT

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Give you completely automatic heating without electricity. No wiring nee.dee!. Attaches directly to heater. Saves fuel by eliminating .overheating!" Your home is never "too hoL" or "too cold".

ACT NOW LIMITED OFFER Get your .SuperFan NOW-for use as ail'4tirculat0r-cluring the remaining warm da'ys. Talee Je/iv9ry of \'our healer and- lhermos_tal later. at>

Home Town Hardware Store•

MAGDANZ GR 5538


Lottie Ch1·istiansen play~d qjd t.irnt; niusic on her accordion and the Boettig-ers) granddaughter, -Lenore Nicolet, san'g:--"Becau.se.''

Don't forget the first P-TA meeting, a te,1clters' reception will be held' Wednesday, Oct. 8, instead of the custonrnry Fridav date because of the · '

Thursd~y, October 2, 1952

Bake Sale

Out of town guests were Mr. and '."frs. Henry Brauer from Santa Monica,. Calif.; Mrs. Hanna Clark from :Klammath Falls, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dittman and Mrs. Lehman from Shelton.

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The Woman's Society of Christion Service of the Parkland Methodist church will hold a bake sale at the Parkland Light & Water Co. office Friday, Oct. 3, from 10:30 to 3 o' dock. Proceeds will be used to buy new dishes for the church.

Benefit Dance

Friends and neighbors of Mr. Mrs. Ray Wiggins of Roy are hOlding a benefit dance for the. couple Satur~ day evening, Oct. 4, in the Elk Plain Grange hall. The couple recently lost their barn and all its contents, incudp. aticnt: "I'm in love wi.th . y.ou., ing their.·· winter· hay, by fire . .Since Nurse. I don't want to get well." they had borrowed money for labor Nurse: "You won't. The doctor saw costs in harvesting the hay, ·their you kiss!,ng me, and he's in 19ve .with f~·icnds fed they need help at this_ me, too. " , tnne.

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MEAT PRICES AND 9UALITY THAT YOU CAN'T BEAT! Carsten's KoaK.omM~ Clown Will Be here Saturday To Give AH Children Free Balloons And Parents Free Cooked Samples. . I

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Carsten's Sliced Morninq Glory

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

Prescriptions

Carsten's T-C Whole or Half

T-C HAMS ..

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Tinc;~er's

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We Cut Only The Best Grades of Me(lt ....:. Sf)ecicd Cuts AV'Qiilable At Your Request. Fm Your locker With Good Meat Ready For Y01.ar Locker.

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AUTO ACCESSORIES A.TLAS TIRES & BATTERIES

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Avoid worry about coal strikes and possible future price increases. Have a good supply of coals on hand NOW! Quality is at its very best.

The best Wyoming and Utah Stoker Coals. Aberdeen and King Utah. Lump--'U t;ih or Wyoming, your P\lrticular size.

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GARBAGE

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Large variety of good beers and wine - largest display of magazines in Tacoma - household hardware - gifts - · seasonal and variety Hallmark greeting cards- a complete drug department-.- good restaurant featuring home cookc ing - Sherwin Williams paints and Kem-Glo - .. good lineof iugar-free ancl diabetic foods-.- m<i.ny ill1ported fish and cheese foods. Good line of childrens' toys and books.

OPEN 14 HOURS A DAY .... J DAYS A WEE


families to engage so actively in political affairs. When one realizes that there are groups like this in both parties working for all political candi· dates,- one can- bc_tte~~---ajJpreclate-that the democratic process is working in

day, Tacoma and Gig Harbor; Thmsday, B.remerton and Kitsap County; Friday, Jcffeqon and Clallam counties. DON EASTVOLD

1952.

Business Cards LaCROSSE PRINTERS GRanite 71 00

You're Invited

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EDWARDS

LAKE LAWRENCE

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT . MIXER AND ICE Road Signs from McKenna and Yelm·

LOGAN'S

SERVICE

NisquaUy Valley lines

·Reopening

OFFERS QUICK BUS SERVICE INTO TACOMA I

It's just a few minutes down town if you ride a Blue & White Nisqually line Bus. This service leaves Roy-Y at 6:25 a.m.; I 0:35 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on all week days except holidays and is a limited straight into Ta coma.

NEW MANAGEMENT

PARKLAND GRILL

First two trips only on Saturdays, one trip on Sunda·ys and holidays leave Roy-Y at 4:25 p.m. We would appreciate a hand signal between Spoaway and 96th St. as other service byTacomaTransit Co. is at present operating over this ·porfion of our route. Remembefr a hand signal. Downtown in' 25 minutes.

GRanite 9937 Proprietors

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TRACTOR WOR.K, leveling. GR. 4-282. 13ctf DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITfI: OUT CHARGE. Highest prices paid for tallow, hides, grease and bones. l'UGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phone LAkewood ~434. 13ctf

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Wufftkuhk is i1·1· .nu1:scs' .trainin•;<, at Ivirs. John G. Goro\r St. Joscph)s collc-·~e. J11n ?\e\vton 1s n1 GRanite 70i0 Jneksom·ille, Florida, at the Kavy Cub Pc>1'k 92 will hm·e the Oct. Tech, school. George Gorow is in the rn::--etin,!?; in the schoul gy1n Friday l'tadio and R;:idar school at J\1crnphis. nit{ht, ()ct. 3, at 8 o~clocl::. Their Gerald Larson is on \Vhidhy Isl:Jnd charter will be presented to them for ;1t the Navy center there and is ah1" 14~-~frtuations N:C.\V 2-bedroon1 ho111C' in PJrLland. Well constructd. a!ld in a the nc\v ycJ.r. Cubmastcr is \ 7onan to be home- ri11ite oftr-n. grovving distrirt. Pricf·d at onl1: c;urtis: ;.isst. is Ray Gog;1n. T'he Cub Co11ins Tots Club ;:G,775.00. Will r;o G.I. Immedcon1n1i1-tt·r· ronsists of_ chairn1cn ~IarCollins Tots club \Vill n1eC't Tuesday, iate possession. Call Mr. Inloes !cy Hornbuckle and Chc·ster Thorpe;, Oct. 7, in the kindergarten room at GR 362'1 ur HA 2'.d7. Ed Punluc is Institutional represent· I Collins school. Dr. L. N. Brigham, ative. i\nyone interested in being a' the ~;ucst spcaker,_:will tnlk on "Recent AUCTION SALE con1n1ittcc1n8n is cordially in,.·ited to De~:cclopments in Children's Diseases' "I" YOU w4nt more cash quick, sell NEAR 110th & Pacific-. Water attend rhe meeting and get in touch A report will be given an the by auction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. piped into the buusc. Nut foncy with the Cubmaster. The tutal enroll· water situation for the first and secGlen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. i but a very good buy. Call Mr. rnent is 3G boys between the ages of 8 ond grades and if possible will be the Free pickup service. LA. 8505. Inloes GR 3li2! or HA 2517. and l 1 inclusive. Den mothers arc project for this yeriT. Hostessfs for the 2ctf Mrs. Otto Anderson, Senior den moth- evening will be Mrs. Stain, Mrs. H. lli n • e1· and Advisor; Mrs. Sam Tillman, Hasse, Mrs. Ralph Wight and Mrs. BUILDING P,ITE. One of thr best !ll\frs. Delbert Haworth, Mrs. Gilbert Miner. All pre-school mothers and first in Parklond. Excellent soil and Baker, Ivfrs. Harley I-Iornbuckle and and second grade mothers are especial~ in a good :-irc-:J. Call ]\![r. Ilannon UOMPLETE tractor "'ork. Loosening ground and leveling. Average lawn, GR %2+ or CR GB%. Mrs. Frcrnk Healy. A waiting list of ly invited. If you arc a newcomer in • $12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3845. 3ctf boys arc on file: if dwrc :ire _any the neighborhood. and would like to tnotbrrs that \vould ltke to get into get o.cqua1nted, tlus ·1s the place to go ,!,UTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto 1 Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. this work, get in touch w~th any uf the and you will be very happy you did rvic111bcr:Taco1nJ I\.etil Estate Board 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tacon1n11t1.C"r111en because tncy are very so. coma Ave. 3c50 Open Till 9:00 P. M. badly needed. ,Hir.;h Zoostcr Club 9920 Pa.dfic Ave. GR. 3621 .~l'i'll:'!'i~t:f.)' Collins P-TA One Hunclrr.d guests met in Collins Delivery Service Collins P-TA will m\ect Thursday, gym to meet the new teachers of the ---"""'"""'"""""""'"""'"""""""'"""""""'"""'""""..-: Hlst and Pacific Ave. 1 Oct. 2, in the school gym at 8 o'clock. Franklin Pierce high school last ThursGR 39'11 l~ay Uu_t.!:"~111, president, will preside. dily night. Con1n1ittcc chainncn were Insurance of All Kinds HECKER _the WR~CKER Used Two \Try important items of business introduced by President. C. Melvin Contents Hauled Away Notary Public and rebmlt transm1ss10~s, also gears; will be discussed: The Friday night Mckenney of the I-!ig·h BoostrI' club HUTSON TANK CLEANING Est. in Pn.rkland since 1941 all mal:es and models, phone PuyShows and this year's budget. If you and. all reports .were accepted. Mrs. GR 7232 clays; GR 821 Eve. & Sun. allup :i-21~1, days; Tacoma, HI HI 3980 HA 703B have nny ideas be sure to be there Neil (;aiser, prugrarn chairn1anj pre208 Garfield Street 3242, evenmgs. 15ctf and 111akc ,your desires known. Special scntccl a very inlerc.sting progran1 of $0 9'0 00 I UPLAND WOOD, .2 cords 4'14. GR. inusic has been planned. Refresh- t\,vo nurnbcrs fro1n the Franklin Pierce <··oo DOWN ~!l~O·O 3306. 15ctf 5 YARDS $10; 4 Yards $B. Fin.1i.:_1 1 ·-·p · -.J. 1110. 1oratf. d at mcnts ancla social hour will he follow- Noncttcs. These p;irls were very good est black peat topsoil, state Recovering and Rebuilding 910 So. 16th. Clean 2 bedrm home, VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, ing the meeting. All parents and nnd we cniovccl them a lot. Snpt. tested, 1- to 5-yard loads. Cushions Rebuilt Ji''· rm., din. rm., kitchen, 3-pc. any quantity. CR 7259. 15ctf Ln:\vn. construction and rockfriends of Collins schoo are especially Morri.s .Ford ·explained the need for Free Estimates bath, utility room. Immediate pos- FOR SALE-Beautiful.miniature Chieries. · Evergreen Landsc;.iojnvite<l. 1nil1agc iit the next elect.ion. Our scs~ion. Call Ralph Decker, HA huahua puppies. GR. 4194. 15c3 ing Co.· Collins Brownies population has grown so far above 0305, .Eve. IV ,~70_6. FOR SALE-Young purcbred-·Suif;)fk Mrs. Walter Godfrey and Mrs. Jule expectancy that we must have money 0_tJ__ o • 140th & Pacific GR 3201 ram. Call Puyallup 5-2092. 13ctf $'JI,l',''?N· NEAT AND ( " , - " Balmer will finish theil' Brownies for equipment for our new school. The ,1 1oorns anc1 , \I , F M T Q _1. Ph Res: GR 3181 ti.§%@®~'~ bath. Just right for couple, on Jar~c LE;\ ~ IL A . _ua 1ty oto Lenderf'hip 'l'raining course this \Veck n1agaz~ne drive nnd book room at the lot. Buy owner's equity and taLc Scr~1ce for devd?pmg. In at 10, uut FOR SALE - Wjne Davcrio, Swing wi\h a cook-out at Titlow beach. school was explained and we should over contract at $35.00 a month _a_t_ :J. 9610 Pac1f1c Aw. 15ctf rorkf'r nnd r.offrf'. .t8blP, like nc\v, Tuesday will be the first Brownie give full cooperation to the boys and CCall Mr. Kdly. HA 03G5, Eve. HA SEWIJ'\G .MACHINES Lowest $100. Call GR G374-. COMPLETE JOB 1nceting of the year, at the School. g-irls so that they can raise money for +613. prices in Tacorua. Necchi-Singcr36 MONTHS TO PAY TWO ACRES White. From $29.00. Central Sew- UN FIN !SHED furniture. Hag g's,' !\!l girls 7 through 10 are invited to their mnny projects for our high 1107 Market Street. 15ctf take part in this 'program. The meet· school. Mr. Weeks, the principal, inLOCATED 1 block Ea<t of McKinley ing Center. 607 So. Pinc. MA rm cornn of 'lht ::ind Amherst St. 6393. 15ctf ings will be held each Tuesday after traduced the new teachers. Refresh· Very finest soil for berries or nearly -----ilJNE TOP SOIL FU 2400 GR 3103 school. Any mother that would like ments wer served by Mrs. II. Nus· LaCROSSE PRINTERS anything you would want it for. Rich and black; delivered. Call Pnymore information please call Mrs. W. baum, Mrs. E. C. Cardy and Mrs. R Good home, good outbuildings and allup 5-8228. 15ctf Godfrey, Granite 8010. Sassen. This club meets the fourth GRanite 7100 SEPTIC T AKKS CLEAKED-Con· ~inc orchard. Sec this and aloo sec WANTED _ Chickens and rabbits. i School Patrolmen Tursday of each month and \Ve are tents hauled away. Don Redford, 1902 1".fc.Krnky A. '_'_"" ';, .ni~c ho. me Call us bef.ore you sell. Cape's PoulSchool p;i trolinen •vvere installed at anxious to have everybody interested 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 733,l·. If no an rn;e acre for only $6,9'.)[)_ Call try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, 1 'fi~·es answer call GA. 9222. 3ctf Collins school ast Thursday dm:ing in the new high school be sure to come Rex h.cetor HI 8A·l or I-IA 0365. Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4-406. 15ct£ the assembly. State Patrol Officer and take part Buy, Sell and Exchange !i()R SAL,1\- llO.,gal. oil drum ~n;! l\1atson \Vas the installing officer. ---·-------PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer 1· Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing st;ind, $ L. 1319 "'" l 18th St. Lip" 0 1.JI Cleaning • Electric Pipe Thawing • His talk was on safrty and he in- 'll' • •e. · lfll FOR SALE Proctor Electric Rmststruetcd the boys and girls as to fl ll'il'llh n-©lli'o::J> flllhg Call 1\.L er, co1nplcic 1-vith broiler and stand, 1 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1883 what (heir responsibilities arc. Ile PkH'rlS Smorgasbord fl311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 $25: GR 7640. 15c3 also pro1nise<l to be around often to I. Member Tacoma Real Estate Board FC)R-SALJf°=·-Ridinr; horse and sad: I-Tr'.rc's nP\VS 'for yon! sec that they were fulfilling their FOR SALE - ~--,;Cdroom home with die; 50 laying Brahmn pullets. Autumn is here and it's time for promises. This will be a very good hardwood floor.s; garage; 13H So. Grcham 7-2229. 15c3 the SMORGASBORD! , GRanite 8905 ' year for the patrohnen so du your job _1._17th; GR 316~. 9p3 2-BURr-:fifR:Spark oil heater. good \vell and keep the standards up. Nan1es CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY-:, condition, very reasonable; GR 8220 GARDEN SER VICE of the boys and girls will be in the MENT INSURANCE PLAN. 15c3 ROTO TILLING next issue Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, Vonan Curtis Leaving ac;rcage, lOts, building sites, ho1nes dressing maintenance. GA. 58B5. (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedCollins district will lose a very HI. 2722. 3ctf rooms). We have cash buyers wait· faithful bas dri\'cr this week; Vonan LAND CLEARING and leveling, i:ng. Cu1'tis has turned in his resignation rc;1s0nable rates-by hour or contract. to .'.the school board. For four years ~:_1~-~-ClX 195-X, G~ 429±: ~3ctf be:has hcen the school bus driver, a WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; level ,·cry good one, and all the boys and buildings; concrete work. Reasongirls that has been liis passengers aud able. GR 3550.-3ctf. the nC\V ones will n1iss hi1n a lot. A ------DRAINAGE - Septic. tank installaclH;~i:(ul_- '!Good Morning" alld the. tiou; side sewers; ea:i~tlr work- of any pa tirn.ce he showed meant a lot. I'/ e type; by huur or contract, Hauser wish yuw)uck in your new work and & Seifert. BR. 91H; R'"· GR. 8121. know tha( you \Vi11 go a long way. ]\fr. 3ctf Turnbull, school principal, praised Mr. Curtis very highly and nll will Refrige~·ca~·ion 11220 Pacific Ave. rnis~ "Curr" hPcn11sf': of his dcpcndaHome, it's been said, jg the SAI~ES AND SERVICE Office--Days, GR 3341 biity and faithfullncss. where you know what's in the Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 House and Commercial l\f akes Property .Donated Agent for. American Express Motor Service Washer Service Our fire department has been very Money Orders GR. 6662 161st & Paiific Ave. fortunate )n h:-iving a piece of property Next Door to Target Sport Store donntrd at 72nd nnd Fairview Sts. or sack. GR. for asub-sta ti on. This will enable Spanaway FUK RENT 3 room cabin; util15ctf ~---------thv111 to Iunn a second dislrict in the litics pairl; $22.50; Rt. 13, Box H'l; Oversize, Double Weight ROT 0 VAT l NG, blade work: no .iob trash GR 6563. 10c3 north end, and a fire truck will be put Malt Finish "Not Glossy" too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 74-92. GR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Studio Type Prints there and that way will be able to pro· I 3ctf 15p3 THE STATE OF WASHINGTON tcct the district in a much better way. Fron1 Your Favorite Negatives FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE IIOUSF; MOVING; leveling; founda35 MM to 116 Size The fire chief is Ash Butler; assistt)rons; ccn1ent work; 'free estimates. No 51511 TINT THEM ,u1ts are George Purdue and Glenn PR 2653. 3etf Nolice of Hc~rin~ Final Report MAIL LIKE A POST CARD Iluy Guns, Ammunition, Hunt· -------------------1'-.1c.A.ttee. Con1111issioncrs are llarry And Petition for Distribution ing Supplies, 'vhcrc service is !ill JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. PARKJ.AND WESTERN AUTO In the Matter of the Estate of JOHAN LrTJ ch<!irman; Ed Purdue, sec., and available. (;uns repairedi sights J)itch digging. rrruck loading. CornAirport & Pacific GR 3112 Ray Gog;an. The firemen have a drill EVANS, deceased. scopes sold and mounted cor· plcte tractor work. GR 5932. tf 1\otice is hereby given that MIN· every Jvfonday night and the business rcctly. on~y NIE EVANS, executrix, of the state rnce\ing is held on the first Monday RAY GOGAN JERRY SHANNON of Johan Evans, deceased, has been of the 1non1.h. The wornen's auxiliary LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION Notice-"All Prints Oversize" Mt. Hiway l-Mile East of Ro~ filed in the office of the Clerk of said is very active with Mrs. Joe I-Iofto. (~cnPrnl· lnndscnping service ne\v Y near Loveland il!il Court her Final Report am! Petition Ia,vns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, WASHING MACHINE PARTS Grange Booster Night for Distribution, asking thr: C.011rt to Largest stock in town. Repairing rockerics. JOSlo down, 30 rnonths to Collins Grange will hold the Boo.1ter p;iv. GR. 31~7. 3ctf that pleases. B. B.'s.~asher Service, I ALFALFA HAY _ By .the. bale or settle said report, distribute the proNight program in the Grange hall perty to persons thereto entitled and 3722 So. G. GA. 51 b. l lctf ton. Grass hay $1.00 per bale. Will j;o discharge said ;;-executrix, and Thursday, Oct. 9. This meeting is open take livestock in trade. Delivery can that silid report and petition will be STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in 9610 Pacific Ave. Tacoma, Wn. to the public. Mrs. Ross Ifrinclsclman be arra11gcd .. 2nd house past Roy Y heard on the 27th day of October, Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 GRanite 7271 is in charge of the progr:nn and is Mt. Road. 15ctf nn 1952, at 10 a.in., <it the court roo111 of planning- a very intcrestin?; one. J\ Pacific Ave. MA 4'767. Established Septic Tanks Cleaned in 1872. 1 lctf FOR SALE-18 Squares Corrigated the Probate Department of said Court, Aluminum, $8.00 per square. Call at \Vhich tirnc and place :iny pc·rson'"S number of children will preform. HA. GOOS, rvrnir:gs. 15ctf intc-restcd in sz-1id estate n1ay appear Sho1 t skits and speci:il n1usic are planACKLEY nA :)101 12~Used ned. H. efrcshn1ents will be served and TRADE-19+2 Slu<lc Champ. for TRUCKS - 194-8 GMC tractor with and file objections and contest the a social hour. I-I onus N usbau1n_, snrne. SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat pickup of equal value; 4·8 motor, 4~6 motur, new 10-20 rubber. 19+7 D:1tcd this 29th day of September, l\.faster of the Grange, invites all \vith and live \Vithin a 2-1nile radius t:ransrnission and overdriv~ overKB8 International tractor, 10-20 1952. PICKUP & friends nnd neighhors to this merting of _ J OOth and Pacific Ave., we can hauled; ne:_w carburetor, gcncrato~, rubber. 1951 40Fl tandem trailer: DELIVERY ROBT. L. DYKEMAN, On Sunday, Oct. 12, the Grange will ofle1: you . a real saving on your s~:irte~r, battery, brakes; top cond1,.: 1949 32-ft. tandem trailer, 10-20 SERVICE Clerk of said Court. go as a body to church at the Summit heating oils. Lapcnski Fuel Co. ~ri_: GR 6821. 12po n:blwr; 1916 ~2-ft. single axe! By M. Skidmore, deputy. }..fethodist; any one \vishes further in9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 PACKARD club coupe, rndio and trailer, 1.0-20 rubber. Terms or Puh. Oct. 2, 9, lG,-1952. healer, Runs fair, needs grill, $75. trade if desired. Phune GR G44G GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS formation coll the Master and he will Rt. 11, Box 486, GR 7916. give you the details. Tacoma. Rt. 1, Box '156 Spanaway Attorneys (~range .Auxiliary 12c3 Office: National Ilank of Washing-ion Parkland Branch Blrlr.;., Parkland Collins Gran,~e Auxiliary will meet VV!\N'J'ED - Woman to do deaning FOR SALE - lloys and girls bicycles, at the home of Mrs. Gorow on Collins <lnd ironing l dny a 'vcck_~ G-R 3734 $2.'i rnch: GR 5!i77. 15dtf road Monday nlght at 8 o'clock. A Wishing to sell, are invited to call after 6 p.nl. 5c3 FOR SALE - Aluminum house trailPortables and Auto Radios den1onstratlon on Christn1as flo\vcrs or come in for appraisal and inforer; sleeps 3; $4-35; 321 I''actory, Otr9a~1iied and decorations \vill be given; nil 1nation ·concerning consignment of Our Specialty Ortin,r;. 15c4 your car. C!hinchilla ranchers fro1n L~1kew·ood, UH'Jl!bers and friends an: cordially in(::ASH for equities. Fifo Motors, 5026 Puyallup, Sun1nc-r,. Auhurn, Shelton, vited. So. Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. 8ctf .Bre1nerton and Tacon1a \\•r·rr, rf'prrVacation c:Xrfs--t'c)R,Jl'Nrz-=:::w,, 11-;y more. 9415 Pac. Ave. Shop GR 7450 • Res. HI 6190 HI 5100 12901 Pacific Hiway sented at a meeting held Saturday, Mrs. E. W. Purdne has returned Spanaway Auto Wrecking. GR 7268 Pacific Ave. at Brookdale and Midway Between Fort & Tacoma Sept. 20, to form the Puget Sound hom·e from a 10-day vacation in and 8c2 Lf HA 5533 4532 So. Tac. Way MOTOR REBUILDING brrinch of the Chinchilla A,,soci:1tion arnund Portland. ~~~ SPOT CASH Lathe and Press Work of America. Thrifl For Your U sec! Furniture Officers were elcctNI :rnrl trntative A.umotive 1 Piece or House Full plaHS for the future were laid. Mr. Block's,Furniture Mart FOR SALE Howard I. Bond of 'L1corna was d205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 NEW FORD TRACTORS Piston Finishing, Valve omd Seat R i\ DIATORS, s~rap-iron, -ji:;~k-c~-;.;; Grinding, Brake Dn1n1 furning; cause of his cxccllL'nL ·work \Vith the and batteries. Puy. 5-2141. Hecker, Hcnd and Block Grinding, Con Boy ScOuts, and hard \~·ork on th~ the Wrecker. Rod Grinding. Bctf Scout propc rty. Good 1uck in your new ~

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FRESH BUTTER, In Tins _______________________________ Jb. HERSIIEY :SARS -------------------------------------------- 6 for SELECTED BACON - PIECES OR SLICED

SPANAW AY NEWS Mrs. Oliver Omat. GR 6466 The Spanaway Volunteer Firemen's auxiliary will meet at the .fire hall Monday evening, Oct. 6, at 8 o'clock. Hostesses

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Madochc, Ted O'N&ll, Ted O'Neil Jr., William Righetti, George Schnelle and Ernest Serieff. Happy Birthday Little· Patty Holder was the honored guest at an after-scl1ool birthday party given by her mother, Mrs. Carl Holder. 9uests were Judith Grey, Sandra West, Bra<;lley Riley, Keith and Bradley Peterson and Judy Omat. Card Party Winners At the card party given Friday evening by the Spanaway Volunteer Firemen's auxiliary at the fire hall, winners in pinochle were Mrs. Jim Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Cronquist and v;ctor Fox; in 500, Lee Almong, Katherync Hutchings and :Oorothy Righetti: The pillow cases were won by. Mrs. Matilda Symmons and the $5 door prize by Mrs. :Oorothy Righetti. Home from the Islands M/Sgt. Ray Brammer is home again from Wahoo, P. I. His wife and his mother; Mrs. Lenard O'Hern, live in Spanaway. '

30-06 ........................ per box $3..85 375 Magnum ............per box..$4.30 Very Ill 8 MM Mauser per box $3.20 Little Bobby Fyl'e, son of Mr. and 300 Savage ............... per box $3.00 Mrs. Bob Fy1·e, has been very ill. 3.0-30 ........................ per box $3.05 Community Club 25-35 ........................per box $2.35 The Spa naway P1'ogrcssive Com7 MM Mauser ........per box $3.20 35 Re1p.. c.................. pcr b~x $2.80 ·• munity club wm meet at 8 p.m., Oct. B in the fire ha!L Shotgun Shells, 22's, Etc. Spanaway P-TA Spanaway P-TA will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the school. For the program ·on "Safety" there will be a speaker from the State Patrol and one from the Spahaway Volunteer Fire department.

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GR. 8213 Prices Effective Oct. 3 • 4

Pure .Ground Beef, no fiHer

Cube Steaks Corner Beef Brislcets

Sug©Jr CMred Corned Pork

HERE Pcnil's Shoe ~epair SPANAWAY Closed Wednesday

TACOMA'S LARGEST BUILDER

OF SMALL $4,750.00 HOMES

PEAK GRADE for Fattening Beef

STEER FEED

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STORE HOURS: 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M .

.CREW .. t~ECK POLO SHIRTS

$1.95

Long Sleeves Assorted Colors Small, M~d., Large

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

GR.cmite 4242

Check These Features I> Concrete Floor-4'" thick

$ Overhead ·Doors-Semi-Automatic:! 9 Clear Grade 6" or 8 11 Matched Drop Siding Composition Shingle Roof 0 One Entrance Door and 3 Windows

SAV.E ~ON A LUXURY VACATION!

HOT S~RINGS RESORT HOTEL

Special Thrift Season Rates (from Oct. 1 lo Dec. 19 and from Jan 2. to Mar. 31)

$5.00 to $10.00 per day, with bath SAVE ON MEALS TOO In the Gardenia Room

Write or wire Mason Nurick, Manager, Harrison Hot Springs Hotel, Harrison, British Columbia, or see your travel agent. Color brochure on request.

Times journal v 8 no 3 oct 2, 1952