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Of great interest to music ]ovr:rR A recent hit-run traffic episode on of the community is the concert schedPark avenue, as <let.ailed in the Times- uled for Oct. 16 in the chapel-musicJo\lrnal Sept. 25, convinced the Pierce spcech building at Pacific Lutheran coUnty commissioners that the citizens college, beginning at 8 p.m. Charles of the Parkland'Spanaway arei' needed more protection than was av.ailable at that tinle. Consequently, the con1m1ss1oners asked the sheriff's office fm a motorcytle patrolman for the district and an' ·officer was assigned to this area a .few days later and is now on duty. This •week one of the county commissioners reported to a Times-Journal representative that the sheriff's office will probably !Cletail a second motorcycle patrolman to the south end of the county in the hope of curtailing trilffic accidents resulting frfom excessive speed. In any case, the ParklandSpanaway territory will be patrolled regularly and its residents will no . 1opger be at the mercy of irresponsible, reckless drivers. J Anyone observing cars being driven CHARLES MARTIN at..cxcess.ive speed, or in careless man-1 Martin, tenor, will be.. assisted by the ner, is doing a public service in jot- Tacoma Kiwanis chorus and by Grace ti;ig down the license numb.er and Elaine Fink, pianist. \Jkse~iption ~f the .. car, the~ phoni~1g C}1a~les Martin was ~cading tenor t~e mformatton t.o the shenff's office j soloist m the famed Chon of the West iramediately. Such action .might save of Pacific Lutheran college for three a.life.

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" " Lakewood Preschool will meet at 8 p.m. Oct. 14 in the schc)ol auditorium. T.he "theme of th?. guest speaker will be Socrnl Stab1hty." Refreshments will be served at the close -Of the meeting.

Early in Sept. the Parkland Methodist church was the scene of the marriage of Miss Joyce Christianson cif' Tacoma to Robert E. Molinck of Parkland. Rev: A. P. Aiton read the Mr.

aware of .the many day-to-day fits of the service to the community and would avail themselves of the opportunity of convenient transporta .. tion to the many sections for the first time easily reached by bus. As detailed in former news releases regarding the transit company, the B-Line buses offer service around th~ Spanaway loop road to the business centers of Spanaway .and Parkland, a

Henry Fors (Fors Hatchery of Fruitland district) was elected presi' dent of the Wa~hington Poul:ry & Hatchery federation in convention at Yakim;i last week. He and his brother Ernest, with whom he is associated, . a~·c both gradu. ates of the Puyallup high school and have made the FoTs 1 hatchery well known in the poultry world. '

The tmstees of the Parkland Light 8 Waler Com·pany are to be congratulate<}. on their recent decision to haue ap experl check lhe light meters of all subscribers. This is a big step toward improuiny the efficiency and service of the company. We flope they will continue along these same lines'.

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Junior Kunschak, the efforts of Collins Boy Scouts and the Seoul committee the boys uf trnop New Bus Driver 92 own a tract of land just south of Mrs. John G. Gorow Chester Thorpe is the new bus <lriv- the school that they arc improving GRanitc 7070 er and part~tin1c janitor. Mr. 1'horpc and building on so that they will have . l , . p I <l b j has two children attending school in a place to call their own? The comCol 1ms Sc11001 atro 1 18 it:ac c Y the Franklin Pierce district, and Mrs. mittecmcn nctve spent many weekends 1·farvin Stonc:brakcr as captain; Lee ·Thorpe is assisting the nurse. lie re~ \Vith the Scouts out in the ca1np to Markholt, assistant; David Andtrson, ports that he enjoys his job very much help the boys with their work. Why lieutenant. The following arc assigned and the boys and girls arc glad to don't some of 'the fathers of these to either school or bus ~)atrol: Geral- wr:lc:on1P. hin1 into the "fold." boys nsk onf' nf th<~ con1n1ittccn1cn to din;: l'vfarldcn, Paul P11rd1H;, Billy Interesting Display take them back and sec just whnt is Turk, Caroyn llrusvcn, Erma Miller,· Mrs. Nina Larson, the sixth grade being done and if there isn't somellernicc l\.fcCunc, Ronnie Gay, Ver- teacher, has a display of birds and l '.hi111'· that they could help w_ith. This onica Nusbaun1, Betty Cox, Laurine wild life in her roo1n. The class is 1 is going to be a real benefit to the Panchot, Jim Hill, .Janet llama, Har- very interested and ha\'c made some public some clay and will be used. by Dld 1\tL1lloy~ Diana Ahrnhan1son, Dor- cxt~nsivr study on this topic. everyone'. Ll't's t8ke an interest in it rnalu Denton, Everett Salsberry, Bill Site Save!' and, help the boys along. . . Otto , Frcrnk Rohr , BuL!tly Root Jerry 'fl~L. s·t, S ,· I l· ·l·I ·d th 8._t 1 he .Scoutmaster, Ancil .~ • ' cl L ,_3\.1ng .1.l.L\.)08J S • d. ·, •_ Dugan, - 1s, llorn, h.enncth Gordon, Dick John- arc ·ucin' used in the 4th !st and 2nd w111 111g up !11~ work w1th the boys r .• .. ,g . , . _ . ,. '. . , . bccau.lc of n1ov1ng to a new locat1on. giaclc iooins aic P 1?\'lng \·Cf}. sat_IB- 1--Ie will he missed. S:in1 1"illrnan is factory. Any p.::rcnt interested in see. . · ti'lt'S[' 11('\V l} lac kb oar d s lS · \VC1COIUC assistant, leader; Harold Hasse, chairing . · . man on the ScQut committee; Frank t o come. t o tlie sc I100 I an cl rnqull'c S ll . H J M · about tlicuJ. c .;., secretary.: . . . urrrn, treasur. S B er. Leonard Mrncr, Alv111 Baker, NoroII ms . cou 1s usy . p l J D'd f 0 11 k t1 t tl v1 1 cterson, Ee l urdue arc on the 1 1 1 you -:s ·now la - iroug cu1nn1ittee. Thry incct the first Tuesday of the month. The Scouts meet c:Hry Wccluesday at the c:unp. This last Sunday the committeemen and YOUR NEXT For The BEST Cusloni Killing - We Pick Up Scouts, with one father, worked at Camp Curran and removed four truck Locker Cutting & Wrapping loads of timber to be sold, proceeds We Feature Baby Beef Seiling of the sale to go towards the betterIT PAYS T(). LOOK WELL For Locker ]\frat. rncnt of the camp. The truck was donated by the Summit Lumber company. Let's get interested and show these boys we are behind them Tots Club Dance ' Tots club have their annual dance lined up so save Nov 29 It ,vill be ' . . at Collins Grange hali. Mr. and Mrs.

teresting and instructive n1r.cting. The ladies that went were Mrs. Gil Baker, Mrs; Sam Tillman, Mrs. Virgil Wilson, Mrs. Vorval Peterson, Mrs. Fred Most and Mrs. Ray Gogan.

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"Safety" will be the theme of the October meeting of Spanaway P-TA, set for 8 o'clock \'\Te<lncsday evening at the school, Mrs. Edward Perryman presiding. Speakers will include Sgt. Virgil Mattson of the State Higln"lilY Patrol, who will mn a tape recording of "Can 1~his Br You?" \Vith appro~ priatc conuncnts, and a representative of the Spauaway Volunteer Fire de, partn1cnt. During the business hour, there. will be discussion of plans for the annual P-TA carnival, to be held Nov. 7 at the school. Mm. Kenneth Reeve is general chairman for the affair. Also clue for planning is the matter of the teen-age dances, which are schcclultcl to start within the next fortnight. A plcgisant social hour will follow the meeting with eighth grade mothers as Hostctiscs.

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ning in the Arlington Community hall. Assisting were Miss JoAnn J'aulik, guest book; Mrs. Len Kosenski and Mrs. F. Robert Reding, sister and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, gifts; Miss Susie O'Brien, groom's cake; Mrs. Edward Boyle, Sr., and Mrs. Jake Stumpf and the Misses Catherine Sturnpf anrl Virginia Knelleken, refreshments; Mrs. Henry Schumacher, wedding cake, and Mrs. Chris Gricman and Mrs. Joseph Schilley, aunts of the bridegroom, pouring at the reception table. Joseph Schilley and his orclicslra furnished the music for the

Francis Robert Reding was his brother's best man and ushers were Pat Cunningham and John Francis Boyle. The bridegroom's mother wore a gown of navy lace with pink accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and the bride's sister, Mrs. Henry Schumacher, wore a gown of iridescent blue taffeta. The bridal party was feted at a breakfast in the Statton Island room at the New Yorker following the ceremony. The reception was held that eve-

In Holy Rosary Catholic church, Miss Agnes McE!roy and John Joseph Reding exchanged wedding promises Saturday morning, Oct. 4, -in the presence of many friends and relatkes. The Rev. Danicb officiated at the ceremony, in which the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McElroy of Ireland, was escorted to the altar by her brother, Mich~cl McE.lroy. 1 he bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fl"ank Reding. Baskets of pink _chrysanthemums and w h i t e glac' ioli decora te<l the church for the 9 o'clock ceremony. The bride was lovely in a _gown of white slipper satin with a !orig train and lace insert in the yoke. A Juliet cap trimmed in _seed pearls held in place her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a prayer book covered with white orchids and streamers. Mrs. Agnes Bales was matron of honor and wdre a gown of light green taffeta. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Schilley, .gowned in gold taffeta, and Miss MaryAnn Reding, sister of the bridegroom, with a fall rose taffeta gown, all f11shioned alike. They carried pink chrysanthemum porn· porns.

c;-cning's .entertainment. [Midland -Thriftwav. In .addition to all the free gifts, The bride. donned a forest green · . . ._ the store sponsor~d a number of contailored suit with brown accessories 1 tests with worthwhile prizes. Winners for the honeymoon trip to California. ·were M. L. Potter, Rt. 4, Box 872-D, On their return they wilt live in TaThe Midland Thriftway store was Tacoma, .52-piece serving set for 8; coma. a busy place' Saturday, the usual Thomas A, Brown, Rt. 3, Box 837, weekend crowds of customers aug- Tacoma, 32-piece serving set• A: G. mented by hundreds who dropped in Woo,ds,, Rt. 4, Box 934-A, Tacoma, Korean to enjoy the big Fifth Birthday cele- IB-piec11i serving set; Fred H. O'Dell, v bra\io.n arranged by John M. Bussan- Rt. +, '13ox 865-A, 16-piccc- serving Mr. and Mrs, Cloisc H. Turner, Rt. ich, proprietor. Many attractive spe- set; Kathy Wystrack, Rt. 3, Box 350, 3, Box 34-6, Tacoma, have received cials were offered with generous sam- panda bear. word from the. Defense department pies of choice. food items served free that their son; Marine Sgt. Larry D. all day, along with free ice cream ·I Turner, wa.q killed in action. bars for the kids. JOIN THE BOOSTERS

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frje!lds and. neighbors to attend tl).e Boqster Night program Oct. 19 .• at ~:3Q P·Il1; The ~pn:ig~am ha_s been ar~!l:'?ge<.l · und_er _ diredicn •. of.· Le~turer Qraye Fogle. An ~nternational ;Ex~. change stt1dent of C. P. S., :f.4iss J:V!y<J.!lg Kim, R:orea_n, will be ... the §Peak~rof the ev¢Jlil!g, There wjll J:i,e .. J11µsical llu!llbers, yocal ~~lestions at}P. :- 3t~er feature.s of interest. to all. Conic a11d l~arn w.hat _the Grange stands_ for. R~f rcshm.ents will be .served by. Home ~con?mi~s Chairman Orpha . Geise •~!lei. h_er collllll,ittee. Bring your friends.

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By Phyllis Blackstone IT'S A FACT! The Arncricnn Lrgio11 is the tirgest vetC"rans' org-z-inizntion in the history of the world! There arc 1 7 ,4~4 A1ncrican Legion Posts in the '18 stat<'S, the District of Columbia and 10 f o r r i g n depn rtrncnts. t\111ong.. the Legion s n1ost distinguished rncn1brrs arc the President of ihc l_Tnited States, four nH·n1bcrs of JJis cabinet, six 8uprf'1nP Court justices, 45 .l.1 • S. Senators, 205 Congressn1r•n and 32 GuvL rnors. More than 4,500 Boy Scout troops are sponsored by An1cticnn Lrgion posts. Post No. 228, represented by Mr. Al Scaman, sponsors the Explorer Boy Seoul troop l\o. 228 of Parkland. There is an Arnerican Legion Pust in virtually every con1n1unity frorn coast to const. No \Ttcran need be far away from the comrndcship anrl help of the 1\111erictn Legion, llis n1c111brrship card is honored cvcTy\vhere. -SC'nior \Tice Con1111andcr Leonard Blakely, chairman for the membership drive, reports that, "although only one \.\'eek has passed since the opening date, dues arc being received fron1 inany of the old. members and a few ne'v n1c1nbers ·have bf'.eri sign(:d up.:) Blakely also . stated he "expects the Post to exceed its quota on membership long before the drive ends in Noven1ber.'' lv:1;jal Rot111d-up pins were award-

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l1lc.·cciviµg .f_hc_.p,ins___ wC.rc _C_onunandt:r 1"in~1_Pr;- Past Oon1n1a11ders _ W a l 0t c r l"ritz, Frank Berry and Severin Kittel\ son and Adjutant Jamt:s St. John. I The Honor ribbon for 1!!52 was \also awarded to the Parkland Post for r-:urpnssing their previous ycar s membership. With the slogan "Count On Mc for '53," Co~rnnander Linder at GR. 60Q7 or Vice-Commander Blakely at GR. 7-H 2 are ready to answer any questions pertaining to rne.1nbcrship. Can the ..\u1erican Legion count on you?

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The Hoodsport Unit played hostess 1 to members of the Parkland Unit last Thursday evening at the home of their president, Myrtle Gray. Mrs. Melvin Storlie, 4th district president, and 1\.1 rs. ;J a111cs Linder, district vicc~prcs~ ident; were .the: fratured speakers of Lhe evening. The Parkland group entertained the ladies by leading them in ron1n1unity singing. Refreshments were served to the following ladies visiting from Parkland: Mesdames James Jensen, Ben Bromgard, Walter Fritz, Willard Blackstone and Ethel Johnson. Approximately 665 miles were crediled to ihc Parkland unit upon Jnaking the trip to IIoodsport. The mileage

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(Continued from Page J) The Fall conference of the Fourth pectation of great gain. If the buses district will be held at Olympia, Oct. pay their way, everyone will be satis-, lG, with the 1\lfred W . Leilch Post ficd. ancl Auxiliary hosts and hostesses. The Thf'rf' Sf'P1ns to br some confusion n1ef"ting \vill hF Ju~Id in thP Lrgion regarding the publjshed bus schf'duh-, hall at ~19 VY. Legion \Vay. due lo the fact that on alternate trips A social hour at the Legion club part of the route is covered in r<'verse. will precede the events of the evening Those interested should check their 5 to 6:15 p.m. From 6:30 to 7:4S printed schedules as follows: p.rn. a turkey dinner with all the Leaving the Pllrkland post office lriIInnillf;S will be served at the Elks at 6:00 a.m., 8:05 a.m., 10:05 a.m., Lodge, 609 S. Capitol Way. At 8 I :OD p.m., 4:05 p.m., and 6:00 p.m., p.m. the Post and Auxiliary meetings the bus goes on !20th St., to Sheridan will convem; in the Legion hall. Falto 11 Gth St., to l\inswo'rth to Airport, lo\ving the n1 e e t i n g, a "Har\·est on Airport to Polk and back to Dance" will be held from 10 p.m. to Golden Given, on Golden Given to 12 midni.i:;ht. 99th St., to A St. to 96th St., along Reservations, accompanied by $2.00 96th St. to Highway 99, thence hack for the dinner, arc to be sent to Jack to Airport and Ainsworth by way of Olmstead, Commander of Olympia Saks Road, then back to the Parkland Post No. 3, at 219 Legion Way, O!ympost office by the route covered on pia, Washington. Admission to the the out-bound trip. dance is included in the dinner price On nlternatr.: trips, ]raving the Park- or 75. cents per couple for persons land post office '1t 7:05 n.rn., 11 :00 n. a\tcndmg the ;Janee o.nly, . m., 2:00 and 5:00 p.m., the bus pro- • A school of mstruetr.on will be held C:f'PdsJ ns on other trips, to the juncture of Ainsworth St. and Airport road, froni. this JJoint travC'rsing the route in reverse direction re-turning to the starting point as bcf orf'. Stnr!s n1_arkcd "Sn arc to SpaI1aw;1y by \Vay of the Loop road and those marked "Fhvs'~ n re ti1ncd for the convenience 13818 Pacific Ave. of F~rt Levvis \Vorkcrs.

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T..,,o members of the club, Mrs. A., L. Hunter and Mrs .. J. F. Graham, recently won a $10 pTize for arrangements entered in the contest sponsored by the City Wide Garden cluo at Schclenfelcl's.

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UPHOLSTERING Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates

P~1rkland Upholstery 140th & Pacific Res: GR 3181

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SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. GA. 7334. If no answer call GA. 9222. Sctf nUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer Cleiming • Electric Pipe Thawing Call

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Forkland district Sec it today Call Ralph Decker, HA 0365 or HI 4706 N P HOSPITAL DIST. LOCATED at 902 E. Wright within one block of hospital. A truly lovely clean home with 2 good bedroonlS do1.vn, one up and storage room, pbstrred, full basement, good auto. oil furn.ace,, double garage. Call Rex Rector HA 0365 or HI 83H. ' FOR RENT HA VE several 2 bedroom unfurnished homes for rent.

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63li°McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of all kinds. Farms, acreage, lots, bu.ilding sites, homes (new or old, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms). We have cash buyers wait-1 ing.

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Rog McDonald Cops Versns' All Stars This coming Sunday afternoon in Lincoln Bowl the Tacoma Police will meet the Junior Chamber of Commerce All-Stars in what should prove to be a real rough and tumble football game. The Police team, boasting a powerful line, will have their hands full when they try to stop the All-Stars running and passing attack. The Junior Chamber of Commerce team, coached by capable Dan Lazare, will have such outstanding players as Tippy Lockard, Gene Walters, Bill Holmes, Chuch Horjes and Earl Platt in their lineup. Lockard, you \'\rill re111en1ber, is the great To1n Harmon's former running 1nate while playing for the University of Michigan. Both teams will be at full streng·th, so ,be sure to witness this tussle. Game time is 2:30 p.m. This is a charity game for several deserving organizations. Tickets will be on sale at the gate or if you wish p~1rchase your tickets early, call inc' at GR 862·1· and I will arrange to have them for you.

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Snyder poled two homers in series game number six for the Bum's only runs, as they lost 3 to 2. Mickey Mantle, the switch hitting New York centerfielder, played excellent ball alonp; with the. always steady Phil Rizzuto. Four pitchers carried most of the pitching chores in the series, Raschi and Reynolds for New York and Black and Erskine for the Dodgers, each earning praise from their opposition.

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Football Views The University of .Washington took N oticec._"AJl .Prints Oversize" a terrific trouncing Saturday from a good U.C.L.A. team to the tune ~ of 32 to 7. The usually accurate throwing are of Quarterback Don Heinrich just wasn't up to par as he had five passes intercepted , by the' 9610 Pacific Ave. Tacoma, Wn. Californians during the afternoon. GRanite 7271 Two of thes~ interceptions were turned into touchdowns by the ~ruins. The Huskies do not have the material this year and will wind up far down the list in their conference. Our other Coast Conference entry, Washington State, travelled to \Vaco, ,Texas fOr an intersectional, contest with Baylor and for the third straight week were swamped, this time. by a lopside<l 31 to 7 score. The ·Pacific Lutfaeran Gladiators finally found themselves and tied with the favored Western Vikings by a 7 lo 7 count. All of the scoring similar to the scoring in the Humboldt came in the last four minutes of play, game of two weeks ago ..Glen Huffman, the Lute's quarterback, displayed some fine passing and salvaged the tic with two perfect passes, one' for ~·3 I }.:a. rds. to. Ron Bill.ings and the .,other -:') 'iio encl Jim Ball for 13 yeards and a touchdown. Thi's was the Lutess' first co~fcrcricc game

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Homes m Parkland Commmrl.ty; Acreage close in, either with or witb.· GARDEN SERVICE * * * out buildings. ROTO TILLING World Series Thrills IN THE SllPERIOR COURT OF Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, THE STATE OF WASHINGTO>J The Worlc:l Series for 1952 is over dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. Pipe for Fence Post 4 El.I. 2722. 3ctf FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE and will be remembered as one of the 11220 Pacific Ave. Used Pipe, All Sizes No. 54825 most thrilling in the 4~. years ·of series Office-Days, GR 3341 \Ve buy Scrap Irun & Metals LAND CLEARING and leveling; NOTICE TO CREDITORS games. By the· means of television a:'d Evenings, YU. 9221, LA. 3066 reasonable rates by hour or contract. In the Matter of the Estate of rf!dio millions of people followed the Agent for American Express Rt. 7, Box 195-X, GR 4294, 3ctf AUGUST. BUCH!'R, Deceased; game~ each day. Monev Orders WE BUILD HOMES, remodel; .level N?t1ce 1s hereby given_. that the un- '.'.B.oth the New York Yankees and dersigned has been appomtcd and has · · · .· ·. buildings; concrete work. Reason1311 So. Tacoma Way crnalified as Executor of the above the Brooklyn Dodg;rs .will be !or,,,; able. GR 3550.-3ctf. Hiilside 9491 FOR RENT 3 room furnished c'ntitled estate; that all persons having remembered for th~n· excellent play house; also furnished house trailer; DRAINAGE - Septic tank installac.laims against said dcceaRed ai·e here- and their outstandmg stars. One <:lf tion; sjde sewers; earth work of any rent with option; M. F. B.u11dy, E. FERTILIZER by yard or. sack, qR. by required t o serve the ":me,. dll.ly ..the greatest icompctitors/'in the game 'type; by hour or contract: Hauser F & Piptline. .:::.. 1Op4 4108. .:}-5ctf verified, on said Executor or•·his'·a,t~ •,£,bday, John Mize,' the' 39 year o'!d & Seifert. BR. 9141; R~s .. GK B121. ROOMS · F(5R RENT 401 3ctf ll6th, Parkland. J.Oc+ ALFALFA HAY - By the bale or torneys of rec;ord .at the a<ldres.s below Yankee reserve first baseman,'• and ==;;;;;;;==========~-•d ton. Grass hay $1.00 per bale. Will stat'.'•. an<l file. the·. same w1.th ~he... D. ul•.·.e. Snyder·,· the. Dodger's brilliant 1:ClciL of said Comt1 togct.hei; wi~h outfielder were the two outstandin' take livestock in trade. Delivery can proof * * Alan•s Refrigeration of such service, w1thm six ;' ' . ' h . . .,. · · · g be arranged. 2nd house past Roy Y n1on th s a ft er tl1e. ·cl a t e o f f'irs t- pu bl'i- players m t e sencs. "vl1ze, cons1derccl Tacoma Rockets Open Hockey Season SALES AND SERVICE on Mt. Road. 15ctf cation of this. notice or the same will The Tacoma Rockets open the liouse and Commercial Makes hockey season with the Seattle BombFOR SALE-18 Squares Corrigated be barred. Motor Service Washer Service ers this week, Coach Patrick has reDate of first publication, Oct. 9, Aluminum, $8.00 per square. Call PARKLAND •WESTERN AUTO GR. 6662 161st & Paiific Ave. HA 6058, evenings. 15ctf 1952. Airport & Pacific GR 3112 OTTO BUCHER, Ne:i.;t Door to Target Sport Store FOR SALE - Boys and girls bicycles, Executor of Estate, Spanaway $25 each; GR 5577. 15cltf Rt. 1. Box 58, ·------ROTOVATING, blade work; no job FOR SALE - Aluminum house trailSnohomish, Washington. small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. er; sleeps 3; $'135; 321 Factory, GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, II! 3ctf WASHING MAt;JHINE PARTS.-, Orting. 15c4 At!~rneys for E~tate, Largest stock m, town. Repair!ng BABY FURNITURE, new and nsed. Nat 1 Banko~ V\ash. Branch, Parkland HOUSE MOVING; leveling; foundathat pleases. B. B. s Washer Service, SMALL FRY EXCH 1109 M k P. 0. Box 7 _8, tions; cement work; free estimate~. COMMERCIAL ~I!'.>VING 3722 So. G. GA. 5115. llctf a[ e~ '[Parkland, Washington. PR 2653. 3ctf 5 & STORAGE CO. ------------_;,,"-"c Published in the Times- Journal, Warehonse Storage ROTTED COW FERTILIZER Oct. 9, 16. 23, 1952. ' JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. STOVE REPAIRS-Largest stock in. Household Goods Nor~hwest. l'Iyder Furnace, 1513 $1 SAGT{ or.by the yard; peat and Ditch digging; Truck loading. QomPac1f1c Ave. MA 4767. Established tops011. HI. 4056. 15ctf IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Agents for United Van Lines µlete tractor work. GR 5932. tf THE STATE OF WASHINGTON in 1872. llctf • " 701 Puyallnp Ave., Tacoma FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE MA 7101 Eve. PR 8413 No. 54899 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~;~....-:; In the Matter of the Estate of New Crop On Now Septic Tanks . Cleaned HERMAN A. SIRLES, Deceased. INSTALLATION & REPAIRS :'\!otice is hereby given that the unGR. 4343 dersigned has been appointed and has TOW ARDS GRAHAM 0. B. ACKLEY HA 5704 qualified as Executrix of the above Lctourneau's Puy. 5-6344 entitled estate; that all persons having SOUND TRUCK SERVICE clairns against said dece,ascd are here.:. RAY GOGAN Parkland Shopping Center TAP, ACROBATIC, BALLET Clait by required to serve the same, duly LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION 509 Garfield St. GRanite 5663 ses. All ages. Mildred Keller, GB verified, on said Executrix or her at(;cneral landscaping srrvice nc\v 7881. 15ctf torneys of record at the address below l~nvns, pt•at soil, topsoil, shrubbery, FERTILE, screened top soil; pulver~ state, and file the same with the rockcrics Nothin r do"'rn 36 rnonths ized peat; ·5 full yards $8. All Kresse, Clerk of said Court, together with to pay. (;R 312t ' 3etf PLATING OF ALL KINDS GR 5192. 15ctf proof of such service, \Vithin six Fire Sets - Silver Gifts months after the date of first publiSPF.(]Il\L ~ If you use oil to heat Tea Sets - Many Designs cation of this notice or the same will with and live within a 2-mile radius EASTERN ELECTRObe barred. nf 1OOth and Pacific Ave., we can One Priced To Fit PLATING CO. Date of first publication. Oct. 9, offer you a real saving on your Every Pocket Book 1407 Pacific Ave. 1952. heating oils. Lapenski Fuel Co. 5 YARDS $10; 4 Yards $8. Fin· MYRTLE SIRLES flf)20 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 est black peat topsoil, state 'Executrix of Estate, tested, 1- to 5-yard loads. E W E R S - S E P T I C TANKS Rt. 3. Box 844, Lawn construction and rockDRAI."l FIELDS - WATER LINES. Tacoma. Washington. crics. Evergreen LandsC3\)· and County Licensed. Free GOOD}'VIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, ing Co. !:15th & Padfic Avenue Ltcs. Jim Malyon, 3739Y2 Attorneys for Estate, :vicKinky Ave., Call HA 6:J51; Eve. Nat'J Ba.nk of Wash. Branch, Parkland Sat. HA 6068. 3ctf P. 0. Box 728, Parkland, Washington. FOR SALE - Wine Daveno, Swing Published in the Times-Journa~ rocker and coffee table, like new, Oct. 9, 16, 23, 1952. :')!'ECJAL About 1000 red cockcr$100. Call GR 6374. 1'h the: lnst off October and first Wishing to sell, are in,~ted to call UNFINISHED furniture. fl,a g g;s, IN THE SUPERIOR C:OllRT OF par! November, Be. LaCrossc Hatchor come in for appraisal and inforTHE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1107 Market Street. 15ctf ery, Sumner. 3<JI 22 7c7 mation concerning consignment of FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE your car. New Hampshire pullets, 6 mont~ No. 54957 :lOO 9 months old; $2.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Maller of , the Estate of 1·1h:::h; llt. 1.1, Box J9·+, 'T'ac~rna, . Repairing of Fine Watches· Buy, Sell and Exchange Waller Road) TJARK ll. PETERS, Deceased. 9415 Pac. Ave. III 5100 Our Specialty Quality Recapping & Vulcanizing Notice is hefeby given that the un· and dersigned has been appointed and has 4532 So. Tac. Way HA 5533 qualified as Executrix of the above ('f;\s.H for equities. Fife Motors, 5026 entitled estate; that all persons having 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1838 1-h Tacoma Way. HI. 9241. 8ctf ·Home and Auto Insurance clnin1s agFiinst said drrrnsr:d are here\Ifs- FOR Jllj'IK-We pay more. by rcquiv::d to serve the san1c, duly '',li;\naway Auto Wrecking. GR 7268 MILK GOATS-All breeds: buck vcrjfied, on said Executrix or her at8c2tf scrviec, registered Sat1ncn, Alpine HORSE SHOEING now available torneys of record at the address below OF ENUMCLAW and Nubian; Rt. I, Box 309, SpanSPOT CASH every day. Drop a card to Rt. 1, stated; and fik the same with the away on Muck-Kapowsin road, beIt Will Pay to Check Our Rates For Your Used Furniture Box 475, Graham. J. R. Young. Clerk of said Court, together with tween Meridian highway and Mt. 1 Piece or House Full t6ctf ptoof of such srrvicr:, within six GR 3'733 M. SLATER GR 9939 highway. ' 13ctf MILK COWS, sold on terms. Gam- months after the date of first publiBlock's Furniture Mart <i::o5 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 CASH for liveswci<-beef, milk cows, mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4 cation of this notice or the sa1nc will ., ~ ii :\!)1:;\1'0RS, scrap iron, junk cars veal and heifers. W. H. Thackeray, miles south of Summit. 16ctf be barred. D:it,-. n.f flrc:.t n11l11ir!1tirm Or_t_ <) ~ftllntAl.ali.e mu:l batteries. Puy. 5-214 L Heck~~. Puy::> lh1p, 5-8228 co1lcct. 13ctf lZEGISTERED IIen::tvrcts; covv·s, hei±~ !h(' Wrecker. TRACTOi~WOR:i.;.';-i~~eling. GR. ers and bulls; also commercial Here- 1952:- -111 Bctf 4282. 13ctf fords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. Executrix of Estate, WAN'l'ED TO-BllY - Old cars for DEAD STOCK REMOVED WITH· Phone 6112. 16ctf Rt. 3,- Box 738, also rnisccllancous junk. GR 6 Cylinder OUT CHARGE. Highest prices RECIS'fERED polled Hereford bull Taco1n<1, VVashington. 8p3 service. Breed the horns off. Phone paid for tallow, hides, grease and GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS, I llMotors GR 6112. 16ctf bones. PUGET SOUND RENDERING WORKS. Phnne LAkewood CHOICE weaner pigs for -~~j~·;-lZt~Ti~ Attorneys for Estate, t'l BBan!< of Wash. Branch, Parkland I II Only··--···········-·····-······ 2434.. 13ctf Box 710, Burnett road between Npa . 0 . OX 7- 8 , Airport and Knapp. 16c5 Parkland. Washington. WANTED - Fryers and hens. Top Gas at Competitive Prices prices paid. GR 3'.l~8. . 13p7 CASH FOR milk cows, beef, heifers, Insurance of All Kinds Published in the Times-Journal \Tal and hogs. Call R. Thackeray Oct. 9, lti, 23, 1952. Notary Public collect, Puynllup 5-5'114-. 16ctf Est. in Parkland since 1941 Airport Road & J. St. GR 3395 GR n32 days; GR H210 Eve. & Sun. 1_;111i,u l~l\KE 111 my home or roo;,C:HILD'S GENTLE MARE - Pinto. j lB Years in Parkland ·' 20B Garfield Street and buar<l; GR 3503. 14ctf well broke, GR 613.2. 16p4

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Adams 20-0z. On Saturday, Oct. 4, Mrs. Shaff $500 DOWN and her former first grade class met WILL BUY this '.)4 acre with 3 bedro'orn home. Big garage. Needs a Fresh Roasted in Shell Lb. for a party at the Jiome of Leslie little finishing but we defy you to duplicate it. anywhere for the dau1>hter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Betts, Peanuts ••••• price of $5950. Spanaway area, J. Betts. Powel. Soap Giant Sharing the jolly affair were Johnnie Shaff, Sharline Bartlett and sister, Sharon Ilenderson and sisler, 12 810 Pacific Avenue, Parkland GRanite 3931 l,b, Sharp Deanna Martin, Gordon Harvey, RusEvenings: Mr. Loring, GRanite 3570 Aged Cheese •• sell Mingus, Rickie Slrnag and brother, Cheryl Nieson, Leslie Betts and two Mr. Black, GR 3272 C-H 5,Lbs. sisters, Gcorgcn.c Nygren, Marsha \ 1an Sugar • 0 • • • • ()rn1an, Susan Sn1ith and two sisters and Jerry .Miller and brother. Also•· Skinless Lb. by the experts as too old for major present were 12 mothers. league ball, blew the experts theory • • • • 0 • sky hi~;h as he led the Yankees with CHARLES M. NEWHOUSE, chief Lb. his long ball hitting. He blasted homers in three consccutivr. gnmes and pipefittcr, U.S.N., husband of Mrs. • • • e • • was robbed. of al least one more by Edith Newhouse of 760 So. 96th St., Polish arc taking part in the Atlan.tic fleet's Lb. the sensational fielding of the Brooklyn outfielder. Snyder also contrib- sC:'cond anti~sub1narine exercise- this uted to his teams efforts with home year aboard the submarine tender By runs and an -,accurate throv1ing arm. U.S.S. Fulton.

"The neighbors want to know if they can come over and sleep on the mattress we got at the PARKWAY FURNITURE today."

WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $14; planer ends, $4 and $8 load_s. HI. 4056. · 15ctf Open Till 9:00 P. M. HECKER the WRECKER - Used Deli very SeI"Vice and rebuilt transmissions, also gears; 141st and Pacific Ave. ali makes and models; phone PuyGR 3941 allup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI 32+2, evenings. I 5ctf UPLAND WOOD, 2 cords $14. GR 3306. 15ctf VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, LeeJal Publications any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctl FOR SALE--Young purebred Suffolk IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ram. Call Puyallup 5-2092. 13ctf THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE No. 51511 Notice of 'Hearing Final Repnrt ;hop GR 7450 • Res. HI 6190 And Petition for Distribution Pacific Ave. at Brookdale In the Matter of the Estate of JOHAN MOTOR REBUILDING EVANS, deceased. . Lathe and Press Work Notice is hereby given that MINNIE EVANS, executrix, of the state of Johan Evans, deceased, has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Final Report and Petition Piston Finishing, Valve and Scat for Distribution, asking the Court to Grinding, Bra)<e Drum fuming, settle said report, distribute the proHead and Block Grinding, Con perty to persons thereto entitled and Rod Grinding. to discharge said executrix, and LEA VE FILM AT Quality Photo that said .report and petition will .be heard on the 27th day of October, Service for developing. In at 10, out 1952, at IO a.m., at the court room of al 5. 9610 Pacific A"". 15ctf the Probate D,epartment of said Court, SEWING MACHINES Lowest at which time and plar.e any persons prices in Tacoma. Necchi-Singer- interested in said estate may appear While. From $29.00. Central Sew- and file objections .and contest the ing Center. 607 So. Pine. MA. sa1ne. 6393. 15ctf Dated this 29th clay of September, 1952. FINE TOP SOIL Rich and black; delivered. Call PuyROBT. L. DYKEMAN, allup 5-8228. ·~ I 5ctf Clerk of said Court. By M, Skidmore, deputy. WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call us before you sell. Cope's Poul- Pub. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 1952. try Market; 7036 Pacific Avenue, GOODWIN, EASTVOLD & HICKS Attorneys Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. 15ctf Office: National Bank of Washington Parkland Branch Bldg., Parkland

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turned from the east with several fi 1 young players and hopes to be able to cop !he title this year. The Rockets looked very good last Sunday cvcninp; agninst the Vancom·er' team, although they \Vere on the short end of the1 scon:, 3 to 2. It is evident by the hustle shown by the Tacoma squad, that they will be hard to beat after a few

2 BEDROOM HOME. Garngc. On ~!.\ acre close to 72nd St. on Lidford Road. Owner will sell his G. I. equity or trade for home in Parkland vicinity. $4950.

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ACRE, fenced, chicken houses, barn, brooder house, 2 bedroom home, finished attic, large living roon1 "vlth wall to \Vall carpet. This is a small city farm. Only 1 blo.ck from Pacific A;·cnue. $9000. E-Z terms.

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COMPLETE tractor work. Loosening . AN ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom hon1c. 'Tile kitchen. automatic ground and leveling. Average lawn, \Vasher. Garage. Convenient lo$12.00. Don Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf cation. A dandy for $7600.00. :;,OTO GLASS INSTALLED-Auto Call Mr. Harmon CR 3624 or Upholstery,. convertible tops. MA. GR 6896. 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Tacoma Ave. 3c50 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board 9920 Pacific Ave. GR. 3624

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