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OFFICE 118th and Pacific Avenue

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P. 0. Box 654 Parkland, Washington

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GRanite 7100 U.S. POSTAGE PAID Sec. 31.66 P. L. & R ..

Card Party at Kapowsin

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Parkland, Wash. Permit No. 9 BOXHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE POSTMASTER- -lf unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed. -------··-- - · - - -

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s;LERVS TV IN GRAHD OPEHING THIS WEEKEND .A four-d;:iv cdr·br:1tion this weekend \vi11 rnark th~~ fonn:tl opening of Siler's 1'\', 11 230 Pacific :1vcnuc. Beginning this ( T'hurscla y) 111orning n nd continuing Friday, Saturday and all day

Sunday, the store will hold open house to show people of the comn1unity the many beautiful Mot01.·ola .and_ , WOODLAND SCHOOL showing handsome new additio? to the .left. Raytheon models which make up th<e Photo by McKcwcn Studio an1azingly co1npl1·tc lines in stock. -··:Motorola, long famous in the car' rndio field, now fraturcs hip;h quality television 8cts in a11 sizes and in scores

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Sets arc .cased in ao_f choice of n_iodds. finest hand-ruhbed hard

NEW WOODLAUD UNIT ncsulT l'\11 Ji[ OF 'PARENT TEACH[R TEAMWORK

Masons Planning New Lodge ·for

. The annual P.L.C .. Alumni homecoming service i' to be held Sunday at the college chapel at 11 a .m. The Rev. Robert W. Lutnes, from the class of '4-3, will deliver the sermon. The Choir of the West, under tlie direction of Prof. Frederick L. Newnham, will sing two numbers, Dr. Ernest B. Steen, the college pastor, will .be in charge of the service and will conduc_t the liturgy.

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Harvard-Midland Preschool is preparing a bake sale to he held at Novotney's Shop-Rite store, 72nd and I Portland avenue, .on Saturday, Nov. 8. Sale of the baked goods will begin at WITH "ROUND-UP ON THE RANGE" the theme for the Central Ave- 10:30 a.m. ri!le P-TA carnival al Summit Nov. 7, scores of local folks are busy as cow pokes at brandin' time. Four of the very busiest _as shown 'above, left to right, INSTALLATION & REPAIRS ~re: Mrs. R. C. Maxfield, carnival chairman; Howard Lee, Wheel of Forti1ne chai_rn1an; l\ Irs. Ann Norrlhousc, kitchen chair111an, and Mrs. RanghiU Peterson, P-TA president. -Photo by McKewen Studio

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Satisfaction Guaranteed Open Eve. l\fon., Wed. & Fri. 13022 Pacific GR 5689

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.. [ woods allo\l\.'lng ·a selec:tion to match . . . or contrast plt-asantly with any style A strong, active and very eff1oent P-T A and Preschool of home decoration. in the Woodland school district are given the credit for; the fine The Rnytheon television sets have I new four-room addition to the elementary school tbere. Accordrnany advnntages to offer buyers and ing to Principal Fred J. Sutter, tbe parent-teacher. group made it me abo offered in a wide variety of a major project to "sell" the taxpayers of the district on tbc idea woods. that the new school unit was absolute---Both nwkes come in all standard ly necessary and that any sacrifice{(p sizes of screen, in table models and occasioned by the higher tax millage eir an ver op rnnso.ks, as_ ""11 as deli:xc combina-1 was an investment .in the future of the t1on instrun1cnls-tclcv1s1on AM and children the n1ost important "crop') of Congratulations, Parkland! \Ve are FM radio and three-speed phonograph the eo~munity. That selling job over the top in the Good Neighbor \vith autornatic record changer-pro- \Vasn't too hard, since the very large viding ideal home entertainment at P-T A and Preschool include praqic- drive for the residential area! My sin( Cont inucd on Page 4) ally all parents of the district, all' of cere thanks to the n1any wornen who . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - whom were well aware of the urgency helped cover this vast area, and to all of ·the. situation at the badly over- who contributed to the many agencies included in the Good Neighbor fund! crowded school. Mrs. Karl Cordes is president of I wish to acknowledge publicly the H u n t c r s 1 All-Activity Woodland P-TA, which has as its the willing and cooperative senrices of "Outdoorsmcn" Accident Inappropriate slogan, "Families that the 1najors vvho were assigned certain work together stay together." Mrs. sections of Parkland for solicitation surance-All Risks Covered Orin Stage,r is vice president; Mrs. and the many workers who assisted for as little as $1. l 0. Ben Ruyle, secretary; Mrs. David them. Majors were: Mesdames Ludvig Lester, trr:asurer. In the Preschool, Mrs. William Fox is president; Mrs. Larson, E. M. Krumm, Alfred H. Robert Joslin, vice president; Mrs. Tisch, H. W. Klockncr, A. H. Hance, Ernest Harmon - Avyce Coombs Kenneth Wade, secretary; Mrs. John S. 0. S\oraasli, A. C. Binkley, J. E. !)920 Pacific Ave. Hoffman, treasurer. Committee chair- Running, H. E. Mobley, D. E. Schafer, manships are filled by hard working 0. E. _Morken. Workers were: Mesdames John Fink, n1embers. The new addition td the Woodland Geo. Clark, E. E. Dammel, T. 0. building features the scientifically Svare, J. U. Xavier, R. A. Davidson,

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The Kapowsin P-TA will hold a card party in the grade school building Saturday evening, Nov. 8, beginning at 8. The event marks the beginning of a tournan1cnt, parties to be held on the first Satur\lay of the winter months. Pinochle, 500, bridge and pirate bingo will be played. Refreshments will be "served and there will be a nursery for small children.

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layer Cake A fine moist cake lightly spiced with Cinnamon and Nntmeg. A Big Variety of Ice Cream

AUNT SU~'S Bakery HI. 4072 ' j

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Al HULL OFFERS

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PANTO RI UM want to

TOP QUALITY

go early. T'hcrc are no reservations.

Attention Hunters

WE ARE

DRY CLEANING

CLOSING OUT Our

SUBURBAN REALTY INSURANCE

GROCERY DEPT.

GR 3624

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quality dry cleaning is our standard procedure at the Pantorium says Al HullJ courteous salesman for Panto~iun1 in the Park-.

"Throughout the 4-8 years of Pantorium service, fine quality has always been the aim and policy of the management. The best personnel, methods, and equipment have always been maintained:

Wholesale

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29c lb.

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. JOSEPH G. HANSON (')su «.>pa th ic Physician 1 I 112 Pacific Ave.

Office: l!A 5:ll5; .. Res: GR 3123 l:~y

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ALSO DUCKS, GEESE, HENS AND FRYERS

Armstrong's

Poultry Market 11009 Pacific Ave.

GR 5524

Carlson Orthopedic Bn Anm.ml Bazaar Elmer G. Carlson Orthopedic Guild will hold the annual bazaar' Thursday and Friday, Nov. 13 and 14-, at the Sun)mit Trading Co. store. In addition to beautiful handmade gift items and home-baked foods, offerings will inc.Jude lovely Christn1as cards, the guild project. Door prizes will iucludc a wool blanket, a han1 and a ·turkey; donations arc 35 cents or thre for $1.

To The BUHGALOW "The Mayor of Ballard"

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"Change Now to -· H. C. Little Self-Lighting Oil Circulating Heaters"

KING TV & RADIO STAR

Thursday, November 13, 1951 No Reservations Come Early DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF ERNA AND DOT

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Enjoy the Healthful Benefits of

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ROY V. ROSTEDT B:.!01 Park Avcnu'e

Phone HA 234:!

GENUINE ROY ROGERS COWBOY STYLED

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Halloween Last Fritl;ty rvening the Mortuary ""' visiied hy 1hc largest nnrllbrr of sprites- and shades \ve've ever S(·cn-·-arottnd 750, no less!

Could jnsl cotton candy draw

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RUBBER BOOTS Sa ti sf y the kids yearning for cow· boy Boots and keep their feet warm and dry at. the same time! Childs Sizes

5 to 12................. -.. $3.69

Childs Sizes 13 to 3 .................... $3.89

Any\\ ;o·y, :111 f>njoycd nn1sic on the net\-· organ as thry \\.·ent

thr<m>'.h and many of the sprites r~con.., exprr:~scd surprise at the :-i·~,t: of the b<~1_u t if ul DC\\' chapel \'dl1Ch

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Sol11-ea 411 Garfield St.

TRAY DRFER

Parkland Shoe Store GR. 3526

Across from the Post Office Open 10 Till 6

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CARRY THE BALL ON YOUR HEATING Oil Enjoy That "PLUS" Service Lubrication Tires • Batteries Auto Parts MARV TOMMERVIK'S

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Weir's Featmes a Complete Lme of

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Roy PaTA to

Meet Monday The Roy P-TA, with Ira Redford presiding, will hold its November meeting on Monday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Roy school.

Florists of Tacoma, Parkland .and Puyallup are observing National flower Week by providing a free bouquet to everyone who donates a pint of blood at the Pierce County blood bank in Tacoma this week.

VERN .JOHNSON, Owner HARDWARE - PAINT- BRUSHES "FLAG HEADQUARTERS"

l/4" Plasterboard Does a Fine Job 4' x8' SHEETS ONLY $1.69 each (This Weekend .Only)


Mostly .About Horses

By Clarence LaCrosse For Governor it's Langlic however this vvas quite close /\. 1"'ncorna n,1an, Enunett 1\ndcrson will be tl10 new Lt. Governor of the Staie and a very good choice no n1orc trjps to Arizona, \l"ic. State offices are quite close in a few instances with sta.te auditor Cliff Yelle and his familv of state em-

ployees sitting on th~ edges of their chairs waiting for the balance to Swing in their favor a bit. The smear campaign of Smith Troy did Ii ttle to get him votes as the way it looks now it will be our own Parkland boy Don Eastvold as the new Attorney General of the state .. congratulations Don . . . \VC knew you'd do it. Tollefson soundly drfr.atr·cl O'Conncl in the seal for Congressman 6th district. . (_)f pa1:ticular interest to _county 1es1dcnts 1s the fact that we will now have a new County-City Building . . Where? . . . now we will have to sec :~hat ·the county commissioners will do .. ' and what pressure group will .win out as t? location . . . there were a few prormses made in this respect. City of Tacoma probably wm bavc

Thursday, Nov. 6, 1952

3 . M/. and Mrs. Ed Ha~g.cn and am- j plained many phases of the day-~y-?ccy ily of Sumner were } ndny dinner management. Dr. Brady had mv1tcd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Val Goode!. the Spanaway Business club as his The Dclanos arc enjoying a visit guests for the affair. Only four memwith relatives from Edmonton, Can- hers were able to attcnd-~-Bill Righetti, ada. Herman Fuchs, Emmerson TarpenMr. and Mrs. Clarence Otto mo- ning am] Michael Kirby- and Jack tared to southern Oregon to visit their J:lrown was also asked to be present, son Cy and family, who rccrntly rrprcsenling Lhc Times-Journal. n1ovcd there. On their return trip .A.fter the luncheon, the visitors were they plan to go elk hunting. taken on a tour of the hospital and Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, for- viewed with amazement the vast dcn1cr owners of the \Villows tavern, left part111ents nf'<'cssary to supply food, Oct. 23 for California, where they will lnundry and the mllny other supplies visit relatives and friends. and services required. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Olson, reThe five guests were so much im· cenily of Scatlle, arc the new owners pressed by what they saw that they are of the Willows tavern. urging Dr. Brady to write a series of Mrs. Frank LaC:rosse has been scri- articl~s for the Times-Journal coverously ill in the Puyallup hospital. ing in part what they learned on their Art Miller has moved to Seattle, visit, to the end that all people of the where he is employed. He is the son area might more nearly unclersiancl of George S. Miller who has been the the problems faced by the hospital and butcher at the Willows grocery. the efficient and practical way in Anyone interested in reporting nc\A.'S \vhich these are being solved under fron1 this comnn1uity 1nay \vritc the Dr. Brady1 s n1anagcn1cnt. In case Dr . Timrs-J ournal, P. 0. Box 65t, Park- Brady is able to find time to write News land, or leave word at the Willows the articles, readers of the Tirnes{Crowded Out Last Weck) cafc. .Journal have a treat in store. yYatch Mrs .. Rose Pannel, owner of the for the first article in an early issue . Will_o~vs g~oecry, left _by auto Sunday to visit he1 son Danmc Panncl at San 1 Diego, where he jg undergoing trainT 01.!!Hfi'y OSpDf'C!la ing in the Navy. An informal luncheon conference Herb Crabtree, son of R. W. Crab- held Friday at the Pierce County 1 tree, has left for San Diego after en- hospital provided a liberal education joying a 15-clay leave. From San Diego in the.. r.omplrx problems of operating Weekly GARBAGE CollectiODS he will go to Oklahoma for air train- the huge institution as Dr. J. M. Phone GR. 8688 ing. Brady, hospital superintendent, ex. -

a new charter and a new set of com-. nms10ncrs as that apparently is the will of th; city residents. . . Margarine. for the housewives rs assured, standard time for the state and an overwhelming defeat of the 184 measure. Cain very soundly dekatcd by Jackson. From the way it looks to me the people voted the way they saw the man and the issue . . . they jumped party Jines and voted split ticket,s .. which is the way it should be . . . • The largest vote in years of voting once again restored the Republicans to office throughout the U.S. . Franklin Pierce Millage Passes At the time of this writing, early Wednesday morning, the figures are all in favor of the millage requests by your Franklin Pierce School District 402 . . . it's YES by a sub:tantial majority. Needless to say Morns Ford and his board arc cxtrcmi;ly happy_· · now we can go ahead with the lu:gh school and the grade schoolcqu1pn1cnt program.

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Gold Y/E HJf\fE THE LARGEST .ASSORTMENT Of FOOD UNDER 1 ROOF TO CHOOSE FROM

WElt DRILLING

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Capable, Experienced Drillers Nothing Down-3 Years to Pay

Mrs. Aman is not only collecting Although he modestly_ refuses any used clothing, but at the present time acclaim, Jourdan T. Sulhvai: deserves is accumulating old toys to be given great credit for expert hand.lrng of the away at Christmas time. The ladies emergency. By'." slrang? qmrk of fatcf will meet again in the near future to the two cars piled up m .th<; yard .0 repair and paint the Joys. Anyone de- probably the only man w1thm a mile siring to donate to this drive may do at that moment who knew wha: to so by calling Mrs. Amon at LA. 3611, do and what not to do; M_r. Sullivan extension U 101. Toys of all dcscrip- quickly appraised the s1tuat10n and astions and for all ag·es are needed. sumed command. Quietly ~n~ deftly, Ladies enjoying the clay of work he examined each of the victims a~cl, were: Mesdames 'Walter Fritz, Sev- gave directions for moving them. They crin Kittelson, James Linder, Andrew "were soon on their way ;o Madigan Holm, Leonard Blakely, W i 11 a rd in cars sent by the sheriffs office. Blackstone and Russell Darling. Sullivan has had an interesting ancl Mrs.Joe Lanz, Rehabilitation chair- colodt1! life. Mm\y l'.9ars ag? he comipan,. received m<i.nY fine gifts ;fo:r:the. pJetesti:the full IJ¥ldiiial coursl':f'f Wi}::1 Gift Shop at American Lake hospital l~mette university at Salem, Ore., but Friday night. Gifts for the hospital are he never practiced as a. physician. '~ to be brought to the next meeting of The far places beckoned, especially the Unit. Mrs. Lanz requested articles the north, and he spent rr.iany years in such as: pillow slips, tea towels, co- Alaska where in those .early pionee~: logne and toilet articles, ties, cards, days he. found many opportunities to pipes and sox to be given. She also aid sick and injured p e op 1 c. All stated, "With so many young Korean through the years he has felt great ~

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A basket social is being p'8nncd by thc Post and Auxiliary on November 14. The public is invited and many Legionnaires and· their ladies arc expectcd to attend.

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* * * Thc Parkln.nd Unit will be hostess to the 4·th District Unit presidents rnccting on November 3 at Pings Gardens on South Tacoma Way. The lunr.hcon is scheduled to begin at noon and will be Dutch treat. Charles E. Stanton, admi.nistrator of the Pierce County Welfare, will be the principal speaker and will speak on Initiative No. 184. Visitors are welcomed to attend the meeting which will follow the lunch. For further details, call Mrs. Blackstone at LA. 8586 or Mrs. Linder at GR. 6007.

NOW- a feed that's DIFFERENT I Your cows will PROVE it's better Authorities at Cornell, Michigan State and Wisconsin say that finely-ground ingredients are more digcsLible and nutritious. This product is finely-ground,

yet granular. Use this feed! Without dust-keep yottr milking j1arlors cleaner. What is it?

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satisfaction in applying the knowledge and skills acquired in his medical training when an eiuergcncy demand, Q cd instant action. He has never posed as a physician. After serving as supcrII intcndcnt of the U. S. Bureau of Education in Abska for many years, he returned to tbr States to follow many callings. He came to Parkland from Mossy Rock last December. It would Q scen1 that a hon1c on ..1\irport road would be a likely spot for an advcn1 turc-loving man, even if he is now 70 years old and retired. ~ Much credit was also earned by the Pierce county sheriff's office and the ~ State Highway Patrol, both organizations having men on the scene within minutes of the first report of the accident. As always, they gave prompt, efficient assistance to the injured. ~ Chuck Allberg was the investigating officer for the State Highway Patrol.

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$9.95 & Up

PFAFF SEWING MACHINE CEt~TER. 781 Broadway

Mrs. Walter Fritz and Mrs. Willard Blackstone accompanied Mrs. Jam es Linder to Shelton last week to aiiend the Auxiliary meeting in that city. Mrs. Linder and Mrs. Mabel Storlie, 4th District president, were official guests at the rµccting.

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veterans in the veterans hospitals, the need for babies' and young children's gifts is greater than ever before. Without the Gift Shop, many of these patients would not be able to send their loved ones gifts at Christmas. The gifts are free of charge to the patients and an Auxiliary member jg present to wrap and mail the gifts for the patients."

Libby's

PRICES ARE DOWN AT PARK-N ..SHOP

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Berkeley Water Systems

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COMPLETE GARAGE SERVICE

BULLDOZING

AUTO ACCESSORIES A.TLAS TIRES & BATTERIES

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ANDERSON Chevron Service

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* 21 ~rnc:h De Luxe Toblf'I Model. Ready for Ultro High Frequency Reception with addt.tion of Cro~ley Ullrtlluner. Blond or Mahogony-ftnished wood cabinet; $000.00

Easy Terms

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PACIFIC MUTUAL FUELS, INC. (Est. 100 years in 1990)

Why Pay More?

GR 5689

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SUPER MARKET 98TH

STOVE & DIESEL OIL Fllelphone MA. 1137-401 E. 11th.

PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FR.I. AND SAT•• NOVEMBER 6, 1, 8 -- 24 HOURS A DAY M A I< E P A R K 'N ;5 H 0 P Y 0 U R 0 N E .. S T 0 P S H 0 P P I N G C IE N T E R EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 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 cooking - Sherwin Williams paints and Kem-Glo - good lineof wgar-free and diabetic foods - many imported fish and cheese foods. Good line of childrens' toys and books.

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way, Mrs. C. C. Phipps, retired post1nnstrr there, has purchased a horr1e at 141 st St. 'md Pacific Ave., and is 110\V living there. ....,,. it-

\Vcdncsday, Nov. 12, in school a11ditnriunL Mi:1~ ·Rcitha IZlng of PLC will prrsrnt a group of her. students -in a Jolk lore nun1brr . u_.

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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR R.C.A. TUBES, PARTS and T.V. SUPPLIES

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909 Tacoma Ave. So.

BRoadway 9335


next meeting wiH be at the Munson' home temporarily in Puy'\11up, both home in November. Those present planning to enter college latci' in the were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Purdue, Mr. fall. _and Mrs. Van Munson, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Heindselman arid the Gorows. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Newton, now living at Albany, Ore., attend whenever it is possible, Renie Bartolatz, Reporter To Pullman Phone Puyallup 5-2902 Lois Hteindselman spent the last Be sure to keep Saturc,ay cvcning- 1 \\'l'Cl{(:nd in Pull{nan,- going over \Vi~h some Puyallup friends to attend the Nov. 8, upcn for the ILirvcst Festival at the Woodlaml school, sponsored by WSC homcl·oming. the P-TA. There will be no general · Home from College ~ at ;1dn1ission charge bul fees will he; is at WSC, where he has c.hnrgcd for 'the prognt111 \booths. SPrving on the cU1urnittees are ?vft'S~ Phi Signia Chapa fraterndan1es .A rt Lincoln, progra111; ElsUon, Piiddford and St. Pierre, fish pond, At Linfield Don PortPr, Flon1_Listc-r, ()rin StagL:r; Bea .-\klrich, Zr:pp, Hubert and Corey, country store_; S\vnllnndcr and Mul" !ins, coffee bar. Also, Mr. and Mi';;. Vl'alt Challender, musical chairn, In addition, there will be cartoons for the children. Boy Scouts of troop No. 174- wili have charge of the hotdog booth; Bth g·raders, c:::tndy and popcorn; 4~1-I cakes; Preschool, pies and hot breads. This is a con1n1unity affair, open to the public. Everyone is welcome t~ cornc and share ln the fun. Bring yuur Ian1ilies-and ·your change!

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(Cn;wded Out Last Week) P-TA Membership Drive The P-TA membership drive was completed last week. The total membership to date is 107. The fifth grade won the prize for bringing in

Gr(llduates Naval Aviation Cadet Richard S. I-Iausll'r, 23-ycar-old son of 1v1r. and Mxs. •Mike I-lanslcr of Rt. 4-, Box 1·J2, graduated from th~ U. S. Naval PreFlight school at Pensa cola. A gradu· ate of Lincoln high school in 194-b, he attended the University of Washington uhtil 1952, v.rhen hr. entt.:red the Navy. He is now assigned to the U. S. Naval Auxiliary r\ir ~tntion at Whiting fieldcin Milton, Fla., where lw is taking prirnnry flight trnining. I-le hopes to win the gold \Vings of ~:hf·: naval aviator and be assigned to fleet duty.

football Nov. 10

Firemen's Auxiliary The Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary met last Wednesday in the .fire hall with Mrs. Hofto, president, presiding. Mrs. Lillian Gogan, .a .charter :rrtempresented the past presidents their · pins. Mrs. Robert Flom, Mrs.· Norman Nelson and Mrs. Don Gilmore were those honored. Refreshments,. were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Ash Butler and Mrs. Ray Gogan, and a social hour followed. A very gratifying number attended. Boy .Sco~ts Hosts Collins Boy Scouts were hosts at a Halloween party for their pai·ents and friends , last Saturday night at the Scout camp. C.Jose to 100 guests en-

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Franklin Pierce high school will piny its last home game of the season Mondny, J\1ov. 10, at 3:30 on the PLC field. Sumner Frosh is the visitinp; tcan1. The local boys arc shaping up nicely, according to Tim Ton11ncrvik and Bob Richardson, coaches. Pro~ eecds will be used for expenses of the tcarn.

PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Home and Auto Insurance

FARMERS" MUnJAL OF ENUMCLAW

It Will Pay to Check Our Rates GR 37:13 M. SLATER GR 9939

Appliances .. TV Rt.8dio Sales and Service

fnKYE, Jr

furimi~lflre & Apphances

Parkland Centre Bldg.

GR, 3691

Poultry & Pet Stock EqMipment SPECIAL ATTENTION To

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT

,RAU MFGm CO.

Gray Frieze Was $249.95

Now Sl99.95 FLOOR LAMPS S8.95

OPEN TILL 9:00 P. Mg All WEEK, SATURDAY TILL 6

Gossip Benches Blue - Tan

Now $14.95 Special Trad~ .In Ranges • Refrigerators Washers Downto"wn 13th. and "K" Street BR. 0386 On the Mt. Hiway 7208 Pacific Avenue HI. 9556

RAIHO -- TV Repairing and I1mtallation Call .LA. 8813 STEWART - WAR'\ER & SENTINEL T.V.

Portables aml Auto Radios Om Specia.lty

Lakewood Center 9133 Gravelly Lake Dr.

LA. 5251

Perry Radio Co. 12904 Pacific Highway

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Property Management Insuranc. Notary Member of Tacoma Real Estate Board Office: 328 Garfield St. GR. 3369

liomci in PBrkland Commuruty; ---.:\i'JU"I"ToN- .SAi;, i]F YOU wi<nt more cash quick, sell Acreage close in, either with or witb• by auction. Every Fri., 7:30 p.m. out buildings. Glen Betts, 8113 So. Tacoma Way. Free pickup service. LA. 8505. 2ctf Jci • • 11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days, GR 3341 ------.- - .. · ··- . ' E,·enings YU 9221 LA 3066 :".PAN,~WA\' ELECTRIC - Rcsi-. Agent for A.:0erica~ Express :.lc!.1.·11a!_ .an·d·., :o~tra:-:-.1 Money Orders rn_g:. c::im.;tcs hcc, ""' years exPARKLAND pu H me. GR 70Li·L 3ctf THERE · · l'Ii .:e t11S. l · 1 U ruque, · _ , · • ' 1s on ly one 1]0MPLE.TE tractor work. Loosening charming and convenient! RUSTIC ground and leveling. Average lawn, BUNGALOW nestled among trees $12.00. Doh Abbot, GR. 3846. 3ctf on a nice· sized lot. Picture winclHLfi;lNESS F!RMS: Christrnao cards, ows. in living room. and kitchen, calr·nd:irs, st;itc;n1rnts ilddrPsscs by patio for playyard 1s sunny and hand or typed; Graham 7-7819. 3c8 next, to kitchen so Mother can ,:-.UTOGLASS INSTALLED Auto ;v,atchthc babies at play. Good soil. Upholstery, convertible tops. MA. lhis is really a. cute place and 2200, Art's Glass Co., 816 So. Ta· niust be seen to be apprcc1~tcd. No coma Ave. addr:css over the phone-Just call 3c 5 0 ,__ _ _ _,.....,.,......,....._ _,..,....,.,;;,;;,;,;;, and I shall be glad to help you. HALF ACRE for rel.ired couple with good out-buildings and cozy home near B Line bus route. RAMBLER with many extra features such as $4·00 carpet, waterContents Hauled Away proof cement floor, fireplace, etc., HUTSON .TANK CLEANING Good location near B Line bus HI 3980 HA 7038 and neighborhood .grocery store.

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Septic Tanks; Gess Pools Cleaned

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Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public Est. in Parkland since 1941 GR 7232 days; GR 8210 Eve. & Sun. 208 Garfield Street G. I. EQUITY CLEAK 2 hedro~~ home,. cement foundation, wired 220, stoves ineluded, wall to wall rug in living room, double garngc, good loca· tion. Call Ralph Decker, HA 0365 PLUMBING REPAIRS •• Sewer Cleaning - Electric Pipe Thawing or BR 07U2.n ~ 12_·' SJ\.SE· ·11 ~flI . ,-~L;; Call A . ,, J', , , • wit i very sm_a 11 do\vn --·payrncnt, or 1nay rent w1lh opt. ion of buying. Tb is home is just 2 years old, modem an'd clean with _good sized rooms, fireplace, GRanite 8905 clcc.tnr. rnnge, garage anc;I extra. large lots. Also have a similar buy GARDEN 'SERVICE in Mary Lyons and Sacred Heart ROTO TILLING district. Call Rex Rector HA 0365 Lawn rebuilding, fertilizing, top soil, or HI 834-1. dressing maintenance. GA. 5885. HI. 2722, 3ctf

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PARKLAND UPHOLSTERY

12814 Pacific Ave.

Parkland Upholstery

it doesn't make any difference what name you call him ·just as long as you call this number

SLEEPIKG ROOM for rent; GR 3503. lOctf HALL FOR RENT - At 11102 So. Yakima. For information call HI 2439. lOctf

FLOOR SANDER FOR RENT PARKI AND "'EST RN AUT

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Complete Job 36 Months To Pay Submersible Pumps Also GRanite 8108

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!!)RAINAGE - Septic lank installation; side sewers; earth work of any FOR SALE type; by hour or contract. Hauser & Seifert. BR. 9Ml; Res. GR. 8121. Kew Ford Tractor 3ctf 1 H. G. Crawler John Deere 1nodcl M \vith plovv and

Alan's Refrigeration

SALES AND SERVICE. House and Commercial Makes Motor Service Washer Service GR. 6662 I GI st & Paiific Ave. Next Door to Target Sport Store Spanaway

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I Oliver 70. Several Used Ford Tractors. , BARCLAY TRACTOR & IMP., Inc. Your Ford Tractor Dealer 1107 Puyallup Ave. FUiton 2254Tacoma, Washington 1~IZAC~1'0H. WOllK~-1-e-v-el~i-n-g-._G_R_. 4282. 13ctf

iROTOVATING, blade work; no job too small. W. L. Lewis, GR 7492. Ji 3ctf UOUSE MOVING; leveling; founda·

tiuns; ccn1ent \vork; free estimates. PR 265'l.

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JOE'S Tractor Service. Rotovating. Ditch digging. Truck loading. Com· _E1<:.t"...!E":"..lo1:_w_o.1'l{: QB,__5_9_3 2. tf

ACE SEPTl.C TANI< SERVICE Septic Tanks Clcane1l

F()H.'SALE - 1910 Intemational % panel, good condition; priced very reasonable; GR 3272. 12c8

HA 5704

RAY GOCAN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION General landscaping service new lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, rockcries. Nothing down, 36 months to pay. GR 3127. . 3ctf

6--Lost & Found REWARD for information of Siamese cat lost at the llluc Sprufr Motl'i; phone EMPrson 7269, Seattle. 6c8

g_·Wanted to Buy GASH for eq;iities. Fife Motors, 5 u26 Sc'. Tacoma Way. HI. 924L Bctf SPOT CASH -For Your Used Furniturt I Piece or House Ful'. Block's Furniture Matt 8205 So. Tacoma Way LA. 2882 RADIATORS,-scrap iron. .J;;-ilk-cars and batteries. Puy. 5-2 '. 4 I. Hecker, the Wrecker. 8ctf

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WOOD-Upland slab, 2 cords, $!+; planer ends, $4 and $8 loads. HI. 4056. 15ctf IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR SALE - Boys and girls bicycles, FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE $25 each; GR 5577. !5cltf No. 54194 BABY FURNITURE, new and used, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS SMALL FRY EXCH., 1109 Market. I In the Maller of the Estates of -~~~~~~~=-====1,,..5_ctf LEWIS ANTHONY FOLDEN & ROTTED COW FERTILIZER EDNA EDITH FOLDEN, $1 SACK or by the yarcl; peat and Deceased. topsoil, HI. 4056. 15ctf Notice is hereby given that the un" I dersigncd has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the above cn'titlcd estates; that all persons having claims against so.id deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly New Crop On Now verified, on said Administrator or his attorneys of record as the address below stated; and file the same with the TOWARDS GRAHAM Clerk of said Court, together With Letoim'.eau's Puy. 5-6844 proof of such service, within six months after the elate of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. -. Date of first publication, Oct. 23, F~RTILE, screened top sml; pulv_er- 1952. ized peat; 5 fUJl yards $8. All Kresse, CRF.IGHTON C. FLYNN GR 51 9 2 , 15ctf Administrator of Estate, ---····=c.:..... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 828 Rust Building, UNFINISHED furniture. Hag g's, Tacoma, _Washington. 1107 Market Street. 15ctf GOODWIN; EASTVOLD & HICKS, • Attorneys for Estate, Nat'l Bank of Wash. Branch, Parkland Buy, Sell and Exchange P. 0. Box 728, Qualit Recapping & Vuleanizing Parkland, \Vashington. Y Published in the Times-Journal Oct. 23, 30; Nov. 6, 1922.

FOR SALE Horbert M. Cable cabinet grand. piano; also daven-. , port and chair, $15; GR 3864. l5c8 FOR S 'L"' B--1.f--l-.-;--t---.-h-." "~ _eau 1 u mmia me c 1huahua puppies; also registered stud service: GR 4194-. 15ctf SECOND HAND STORE for rent; $600 worth of used furniurc, stoves and miscc11ancous articles will be s~ld at cost _or .below. Sale starts 1 hu1sda)'- 01 will sell all to ]Jarty that wants lo rent and run busrncss. Owner has other interests to look after. Y Tracie Center, Roy "Y" and Mt. Highway. . 15p8 220 Puyallup Ave., Tac. BR. 1888 SELL OR TRADE-Rite-Way milking n1nehine, complcu~, for b11zz I PAY CASH for wl;at hav~ Dave's Fix-It Shop; 84-10 Pacific saw; Miller, Rt. 1, Box 344, Grah' Ave. 15c9 am. 15p8 FOR SALE Monarch oil range FOR SALj, - Service station cash register, !Ute type, rings up to in good condition $35; sec it at the $100; alsq .fill dirt, top soil, or peat, Spanaway Auction Barn, 15c8 up; upland slabs and sawFOR SALE.--'-Freneh Alpine goat $30.; ,$3.50 dust; also '.41 Plymouth 4-clr. sed., breeder geese, $5 each; Hotpoint in good repair, and '46 Plymouth e]ccrriC- rano·c wjth hiP·h oven $')0· coupe, mechanical)y perfect; best O'Kccfe &~ Merritt" deluxe ~a~ offer; call GR 6520. 15ctf range, used 6 weeks, cost $:385, sell for $200; Revnor 5-rooin circulat- SLABS,-iift. to 16 ft. long, $1.50 ·-a load, you haul. Tooles Sawmill, ing gas heater, like new, complete Davis Road, Graham. 15p9 with thermostat, cost $175, sell for ~;IOU. WA 64+8. 1.5c8 WANl'ED Chickens and I'abbits. Call us before you sell. Copc's Poul'hop GR 7450 • Res. HI 6190 try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, Pacific Ave. at Brookdale Tacoma, Wn. HA 'H-06. 15ctf MOTOR REBUILDING NOVEMBER SPECIAL Family 'portraits taken in your hon1c. Personal Christmas cards given free with each order. Call Vogue Studio LATHE & PRESS WORK GR 4286. l5c8 Pin Fitting, Rod Aligning, Piston Finishing, Valve & Seat Grinding, UPLAND WOOD - Green, ~ c~~·ds $14; also dry, cord .~ 12 or 2 cords Brake Drum Turning, Head and $20; GR 3306. 15ctf Block Grinding, Con Rod Grinding FOR SALE - Guernsey heifer, first calf; fresh 3 months; also horses for SPECIAL - If you use oil to heat sale or trade for anything of value; with and live within a 2-mile radius HECKER the WRECKER Used of lOOth and Pacific Ave., we can and rebuilt transmissions., also gears; offer you a real saving on your all makes and models; phone Puyheating oils, Lapenski Fuel Co. allup 5-2141, days; Tacoma, HI 9920 Pacific Ave.; Call GR 8173 3242, evenings. 15ctf VALLEY TOP SOIL, rich and black, any quantity. GR 7259. 15ctf LEAVE FILM AT Quality Photo J. R. Young, Rt. l, Box 4-75, Graham, Service for developing. In at 10, out Carlson Road. 16c8 at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf SEWING MACHINES -- Lowest prices in Tacoma. Ncechi-Singer: White. From $29.00. Central Sewing Center. 607 So. Pine. MA. N1.nH1 6393. 15ctf FINE TOP SOIL Rich and black; delivered. Call Puyalluµ 5-8228. 15ctf WANTED - Chickem and rabbits. HORSE SHOEING now available every day, Drop a card to Rt. 1, Call us before you sell. Cape's PoulBox 475, Graham. J. R. Young. try Market, 7036 Pacific Avenue, L6ctf Tacoma, Wn. GA. 4406. 15ctf FOR SALE -- State inspected Rock MILK COWS, sold on terms. GamHill Strawberry Plants; GR 6552. mon, Rt. 3, Box 703, Tacoma, 4 W. E. Wilson, Rt. 3, Box 520-G, 16ctf miles south of Summit. Tacoma: 15cB REGIS,TERED Herefords; cows, heifers and bulls: also eommcrcial HereFEll TILIZER by yard pr sack. GR. fords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. 4108. 15ctf Phone GR G112. 1Gctf ALFALFA HAY By the bale or REGISTERED polled Hereford bull ton. Grass hay $1.00 per bale. Will service. Breed the horns off. Phone take livestock in trade. Delivery can GR 6112. 16ctf be arranged, 2nd house past. '1oy Y on Mt. Road. 15ctf CASH FOR milk cows, beef, heifers, veal and hogs. Call R, Thackeray collect, P11yallup 5-54-14-. J Gctf

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PEAT TOPSOIL Yard~ $8. Fin· est black peat topsoil, .state tested, 1- to 5-yarcl loads. Lawn construction and rockeries. Evergreen Landsca1>-

ing Co.

HI 2722 FOR SALE - Boy's 27-inch bicycl~ excellent condition, $25; call GR 534+ after 6 p.m. 15ctf

LUCKY SALES And SER.VICE 135th & Pacific Avenue

GR 8688 JOIN THE BOOSTERS

Northwest Pipe & Salvage Co. 1311 So. Tacoma Way Hiiiside 9491

~ HALLOWEEN CAKES wit hat $L25;_ phone orders 3330, Patty Ann Bakery.

3 HORSES FOR SALE Reasonable. 1 2;/o-year-old Bailey Hancock filly, broke, I 5-ycar-olcl Morgan mare, very gentle. 1 Registered· quarter horse mare. Will sell separately_; phone Puyallup 5-2288; evenings, 5-7811. 16ctf

Thanks to All (Crowded Out Last Weck) As major of the Good Neighbor fund drive for the Parkland business district, I am ha1;py to report that the workers and 111ysclf have been able to turn in over $550.00 and there is inorc to con1c. My personal thanks to the following who gave of their valuable time to help in the solicitation: Jack Brown, Betty Vogel, Walt Rosteclt, Eel Stevens, Bob Magclam, Florence Beckwith, Ernie Harmon, Esther Davis, Marjorie Rolfe and Al Groclvig. Sincerely, Jennie L. Grodvig,

12'5-ft.

.25c

WAX PAPER. Pure

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GROUND BEEF .. 63c Lb.

FRANICfURTER5 . 49c Lb.

Fresh Loin

PORI{ CHOPS . . 53c J,h.

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Delicious Lb. Everything is sci for the big Spanaway P-TA carnival at the school on Friday. The affoir will open with the Large Head usual delicious dinner at 5:30, to be follo\vcd by an cvcuing of.g riotous. fun for the whole family. PRICES CONSISTENTLY LOW In charge arc Mrs. Helen Olin, Mrs. QUALITY Palma Nessen and Mrs. Eulah AnCONSISTENTLY HIGH stcth, assisted by '\fr. and Mrs. Van Dyke, Mr. and Mrs. McKinncll and Nature Wonderful" department, Neva Prices Effective Nov. 6th & 7th Tviesclcmcs L. Orem, John Iverson, T. Honeywell, Times-Journal editor, John Newell and II. L. Patton. Din- adds as her two cents' worth a ner tickets will be sold by Mr. Burke, cluster of blooms on her rhodoclrenclwith a door prize for the holder of ron bush at her home in Tacoma. the lucky dinner ticket. In the gymnasium there will be a , large variety of lmoths for both young'.· and old. Outstanding this year will l?c Miss Willonna Pearl Daniels, 19, the ceramics booth where there ':"11l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. be offered for sale many lwaut1ful Daniels of Rt. 3, Box 543, Puyallup, figurines, salt and pepper sets, . ash is completing her Air Force basic intrays, pln~ques and other art1cks doctriiiation course at Lackland Air Custom Killing • We Pick Up which have been made by a group of Force base in San Antonio. She is Locker Cutting & Wrapping lo.dies who have been meeting for preparing for assignment in specialmonths for !!us work. Mrs. Helen Olm izcd technical work in her chosen VO· We Feature Baby Beef Selling· is in charge of the booth. Those 'who cation. For Locker Meat. have 1nadc the articles arc :rvfcsdamcs Sam Green, J. Newell, Marlyn Kent, H. L. Patton, Robert Miller, Ruby ' Fri_tz, Oscar Haugen, Al Bartell and Eulah Anstc!h. Chairman for other booths are as follows: Make-up, Mrs. Dudley Hensley; house of horrors, Snn1 Grren; To Any Point in the U.S.A. snaek bar, Miss Barham Van Dyke; I Daily Service from Tacoma and P-TA Bingo, Mrs, Hoyt and Mrs. E. Way Points to Kapowsin Small; cake walk, Mr. and Mrs. Kinand Eatonville ncll; cl a r t game, Ronald Hensley; Serving Parkland, Lakewood, country store, Mrs. Hayden Stewart Midland, Summit, Spanaway and Mrs. Merle Prettyman; balloons and Lakeview-Pierce county and porn porns, Mrs. Robrrt Miller permit. and Mrs. Al Bartell; garden booth, MA. 4122 l\1rs. Oscar Haugt:n and lvlrs. Loyal ~~____..-~ -~ ________ , • 1 Kent; novelty b o o th, Mrs. Oliver Omat. There will be. pony rides for ~ · . · . _., F'hilclrcri., " . . · 1,. 111rs. Sam Green and Mrs. Queenie Cook are in charge of the annual MENS SIZES · - SMALL ~ MEDIUM - LARGE King ai1cl Queen contest. Contestants have been nominated by classmates TWO POPULAR COLORS-Navy Blue 'i9 Grey as follows: King, Wayne Bush, James Reg. $5.95 Bean an_cl D·avicl Newell; Queen, Helen Stornasli, Irene Slcad and Carol Lian. All arc seliing tickets, the pair selling the most to be crowned King and Queen. Tickets arc also good for lots of door prizes, Serving on the donations committee are Mesqames Arthur Pietz, H. L. Patton, Ed George and Dudley Hensley. During !he evening a turkey will be awarded, also there will be a drawing in which the lucky winner will take home a pig.

APPLES

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HEAD LETTUCE . 1Oe

KAN TON'S MEATS

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SHIP VIA AUTO FREIGHT

RURAL GARBAGE SERVICE

GR. 3713

Ault Tire Service

INTERURBAN AUTO FREIGHT

Churches Spanaway Trinity Lutheran Church So. 169th St., 2 blocks So. Mt. Hiway II. N. Svinth, Pastor · Sunday School 10:30 a.m.; Harold R'1cldick, superintendent. ~,,'.Qivinc. ,_Service :z:3_0 ,, p,,~. ,, % ..We are always at your service;· <;~

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The unusually long, mild autumn has completely fooled certain flowers that are considered exclusively spring blossoms. Mrs. J, Benson of 311 117th St. reports t\vo Easter lilies, one \vith six blooms and the other with four. Both ' lilies bloomed at Easter time. J\,frs, L. E. Earlywine of Parkland has an Euotcr lily with 11 blossoms. Not to be outdone in the "Aint

At ,Lackland Base

T" T" ares .. mres

Rupe Machine Works

All SIZES

M. D.

They Think It's Spring!

Friday Is Date For Spanaway CQirnivcd

4 Miles So. of Puyallup

In my .home, clays. 14-ctf

STEEL ANGLES, PIPE CHANNELS & PLATE TIN We Buy Scrap Iron &·Metals

... 84c

Oriole, Sliced

AFRICAN VIOLET NURSERY

WILL CARE. for small child .in my home. 774- So. ll3th; Mrs. Deehan. HpB CHILD CARE in my home by the clay; Woodland & Airport road; GR 3862. l 4c8

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GRanite 3931 or GRanite 3272 anYtime

12810 Pacific Avenue

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5 YARDS $10; 4

GR. 4343 O.B.ACKLEY

" . . . and if we buy our hopschold needs at the PARKWAY FURNITURE we'll have enough left. over for a Cadillac, too," Open 10 a.111, Till 9 p,m. Delivery Service

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WASHING MACHINE PARTS Largest stock in town. Repairing that pleases. B. B.'s Washer Service, 3722 So. G. GA, 5115. llctf STOVE REPAIRS-Large•t stock m Northwest. Hyder Furnace, 1513 Pacific Ave. MA 4767. Established in 1872. llctf

16-oz. tin

fR. COCKTAIL .. 20c

HOME AND FARM BUR.EAU .. REAL ESTATE

Pistons and Rinrgs

11-Repalr Service

Hunt's

MODERN 3-room house, wii:ecl IN RUSTIC setting. This is a 220, concrete foundation, garlovely little 2-bcclr~om log house age, all fenced. Partly furnishon Collins Road, finished in ed. Out the Mt: Hiway a short knotty cedar paneling, attractway. You can move right in. ively different. 1 acre of land, , House easy to build on to. 2-car garage.

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6311 McKinley Ave. GA. 0365 Member Tacoma Real Estate Board WHE\J you haw real estate contract, and prefer cash, Sec Bratrud. When you have cash and want 5 or 6fj~) IlO\V at interest, buy a contract. Better sec Bratrud, 91 J y, Pacific Ave. 9c8 Next to Home & Farm Bureau PUYALLUP 2 beciroom home; attached garage, chicken house; oil Recovering and Rebuilding heat, electric range; includes 1 acre Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates valley soil; nice community; $6,000; Rt. 4, Box 3<}3, Puyallup (Firwood). 9c8 GR 3201 Res: 3,181 FOR .. RENT ~ Beautiful new un~ ·f1~rn-~~h~~] dupk:X a'partincnt; ·2 bcdLAND CLEARING and leveling; r0011.1s ;ZtutQ. -washer, dryer; range reasonable rates by hour o.r contract. and rCJr.igeraii:J1·; hardwood floors; Rt. 7, llox 195-X, GR 4-294. 3ctf tile bath; close to McChord; apply 319 So. 112th St. or call GR 3026. 9p8

PORK & BEANS. 15c

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RUSTIC HOME

3 ACRES - $250 DN.

Inc.

McKINLEY HILL

SPANAWAY GR. 7512 Old Yankee, like home made 2 Y,, Size

CRISCO

Nash in Tacoma Since 1918 5815 So. Tac. Way HA 1760 722 Broadway BR 0303

CHILD CARE. GR 4104-.

Spanaway Food Center

DA.NDY 3 bedroom, modern homr, roncrrtc foundation, 3;/' acres, garage, v.rork::;hop, chicken house, s1nall co\v barn. PrCs_cnt ovvners 1 arc retiring nnd \Vant sn1all hon1c. Call us fur 1nore infor1nation.

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FARM Large or Smcill. We ha\'C many clients on our list waitmg to buy. Yours rni!y be the one. List it \Vith us for quick actio_n.

'j~ STUDE pickup, speciol .$1595 51 RAMBLER Country Club; radio, heater_, ovcrdri\T. \!cry clean .................................. $1895 51 FORD. Pcrf<·ct, just the car for the v.:ifc- for Christmas. Less tlrnn 12,0UU miles ............ $1795 51 KASH Stat<·sman Custom. Radio, heater, O.D., slwrp .... $1989 50 KASH Statesman 2-tone brown. O.D., Weather eye heater $1575 <19 FORD Anglia. Another ideal car fur the wife or kids. Very. nice . .... .. ................... $1595 49 MERCURY 4-clr. sec!. 2-tonc green, loa<lc<l 'vith extras and overdrive ............................ $1550 '!8 LINCOLN Club Coupe. Cust- om model, loaded with extras and 0. D ......................... $1075 4 7 FORD Sedan. Radio, heater, Overdrive .............. , ............. $895 47 DESOTO Custom. Very sharp, radio, heater & automatic shift .................................... $1145 46 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. sed. Very nice and special ................ $695 46 NASH 600. R. & H ......... $775 46 FORD Station Wagon. Radio & heater, good body ........ $895 4~ PONTIAC 8 Sedanette. Radio, heater. A real mechanics special at .......................................... $125

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CHECK OUR LOW DOWN PAY· MENT INSURANCE PLAN. WE NEED listings of all kinds. Fann•, acreage, lots, building sites, ho1nes (n"w or old, l, 2, 3 and 4 bed· rooms). \Ve have cash buyers wait· ing.

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Parkland Lutheran Church 123rcl & Pacific Ave. Walther C. Gullixson, Pastor Home: 132nd & A St., GR 7377 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Service 10:30 a.m.

Special $4.50

·Madden's Men's &little Men's Shop

Trinity Lutheran Church 12lst & So. Park Ave. Dr. Ernest B. Steen, Pastor 9:00 a.m .........Chapel worship service 10:00 a.m ..... Sr. school & Bible classes !! :00 a.m ............. Jr. worship service 11 :00 a.m ......... Church worship service 7 :00 p.m .....................Luther League

GRanite 4242

Parkland Centre Bldg.

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Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church 7302 So. Park Ave. j-----II. N. Svinth, Pastor I~,!""'-"""'"""""'"_"""" Residence at church: Phone HA 7601 I Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m. 1forning Worship ................ 10:30 a.m.. Luther League Bible Hour.... 6:00 p.m. l SPANAWAY FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE 166th & Pacific Ave. P. 0. Box 14!3, Spanaway. Rev. S. R. Beclclle, pastor; GIL 7676. Sunday services: Bible school, 9:4-5 a.m. Worship, 11:00 a.m.

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Buttons and Button Hole; Imported Baby Line Gifts ·

GR 7231 :~'!lt·

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Bonded Lining $1.00 additional per wheel Best Quality Material installed by a specialist.

Doll & Marie's Shoppe 1022 So. 115th

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FERN Hill LAUNDROMAT

Revival Hour, 7:45 p.m. Tuesday: Bible Study and Prayer, 7 :45 p.m, Thursday: Christ's Ambassadors, young people in charge, 7 :4·5 p.m.

8420 Pacific Ave. Hmside 2012 \Vasbing -

UNITED METHODTST CHURCH ~ Parkland - Spanaway Alexander P. Aiton, minister Sunday school at Parkland and Spanaway churches every Sunday at 9:4-5

Wool Blankets M Spreads - Rugs Washing - Drying - Dyeing

-No one can please everyone -

Pillows

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United worship service at the Parklond church, 11 :OD a.m. Youth Fellowship Sundays; 6:30,p.m. All welcome at all services. CALVARY PENTECOSTAL (Summit Dist.) Corner of Airport & Bingham Roads Arthur & Emily Leithold, pastors GRanitc 397() Sunday scr\"ices: Sunday schools, 9 :·t5 a.m. Worship, Ii :00 a.m. Young People, G:4·5 p.m. Evan~distic, B:OO p.m. Wednesday: Hihlc Study and Prayer, fl:OO p.m, Friday: Gospel service, 8:00 p.m. HARVARD COVENANT CHURCH 1611 East B5th Street 9:'15 a.m., Sunday school; classes for all ages. 11 :00 a.1n.J Morning worship; Junior church; _nursery foi- infants. 7:00 p.111., Evening gospel service. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Teen-Time for teenagers. Second Wednesday, I :30 p.m. Har- . varcl Ladies' Circle. 1 Thursday, 7:30 p.m., mid-week prnyer meeting.

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V Rustic Siding 8 Foot

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Weatherstrip - Insulate - Pouring Wool - Zonolite Balsam Wool - Kimsul - Armstrong Glass Wool Ash About Our Monthly Pay Plan

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34TH & PACIFIC AVE.

HARDWARE Door Jambs I x4 Fir Flooring Window and Door Sills

Bruce

Ken

BROWN

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1750 9th St. S. W. Puyallup

We Cut Glass GRanite 5844

BASKIETI LUMBER COMPANY 96th & Portla,nd Avenue

Basements • Backfills • Driveways Clearing - Leveling •• Etc. .:~/ Fill Dirt - Gravel -· Top Soil 1'~ Dozers--Large and Small PH. PUYALLUP 5-2452 or 5-5487 ESTIMATES Cheerfully Givei..

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PEACHES

• a • • • TOMATOES, Tastewell. 2112 ..... : ... 2/43c MINCE MEAT, Bordens Condensed .. 2/49c

5-lbs. 91c

• • TIDE. Giant Pkg .................... 7lc TOILET TISSUE, Royal Arms .. : ..... 4 /29c CELERY, Select crisp solid stalks, lb •.... 6c &

MARKEl GR 8215

BUILDING SUPPLIES

SPANAWAY

LUMBER CO. Mt. Highway at Sp..naway

GR. 3323

WE DELIVER

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WILLOWS BARBER SHOP

See and Hear

And His Orchestra

Every Saturday at the

FRUITLAND GRANGE DANCE JAMBOREE 7 Miles East df Pacific Ave. ori A;rport Road Dancing 9:il0-2 Admission: $1.00


Times journal v 8 no 8 nov 6, 1952