Sec. 34.66 P.L.&.R.
U.S. POSTAGE PAID Parkland, Wash. Permit No. 9 RESIDENTIAL PATRON !'ll)XHOLDER OR OCCUPANT RURAL ROUTE f'()STMASTER: If unable to deliver, return postage is guaranteed.
LARGEST cmcULATION .OF e
THUHSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954
VFW Auxiliary Uodger Lunde Auxiliary, VF· W No. 5052, Parkland, will hold its regular rn.eeting Tuesday, April 27, at 8 p.m. at the Veterans hall, 11102 So .. Yakima Ave. The presiding officer, Mrs. Troy Nighswonger, will announce her committee chair· men for the coming year.
Want Speedy TV Service Can GR 3549
Those wishing to register for the May 25 election in Franklin Pierce school district No. 402 must do so before 6:30 p.m. Sat. urday, April 24. For the convenience of residents of the district, regiistrations are being taken at the Parkland Light & V\Tater Co. office. Anyone not certain of his precinct is asked to call the Franklin Pierce dist· rict office, GRanite 8652.
Another first For • • • General Mms• Exclusive Trained Animal Acts This Casey Plays Ball for Chicken Feed
Cut. . Up Hens
CASEY, THE l'IEN-This is Casey at the bat-Casey, the hen, that is. She's quite a home run slugger, too, her trainer, Keller Breland, points out. Casey has performed for hundreds of amazed spectators who marvel at the way she manipulates a miniature bat on a miniature diamond. When she hits a homer, her re· ward is a taste of Larro chicken feed. Casey's contract is owned by General Mills, Inc. Casey will be the big attraction at the grand open house of Airport Road Feed Co., 2702 East 112th St. (Airport Road).
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Round . . up Parade To Be Big Event
group, anywhere, is invited to cars. cepted until 3:00 p.m., June 5th. participate in the parade. M'any 2. All entries must be in posi · 3. You will be notified of of the groups throughout the tion by 10:30 a.m. Entries ac· (Continueu on Page 8) county sponsoring entries in. the Daffodil Festival parade have ~ • already pledged themselves to I By Malcolm Soine /e Entries for the largest west- entering the Parkland Roundup. parade. Dignitaries . from ern parade in the state of Wash- throughout the state will be in:gto11 are already pouring into guests of honor and lead the the parade headquarters. This year's Parkland Round-up par· are the rules gov· ade promises to be one of the ernmg entries: highlights of the year. Under 1. All entries must be of the able ·direction of .Taek These favorite playtimers · western or old-time motif, with are made to take the Brown, this gigantic parade is heating of healthy, active scheduled to take place Satur- exception of march1ng units, young feet, The springy day morning, June 12, at 11 bands, d.rill teams, and official crepe soles are strong o'clock. It will proceed from and light. Toe caps 96th and Patterson to Pacific, E!:ot:ect against stubbing. Washahle colors. south on Pacific to 121st, west on 121st to Park, on Park to q;?rfield, on Garfield to Pacific, Directory <i.P,d again on Pacific south to 13Sth ·and from there to the INSURANCE Rpund-up ground~ on J street. It will 'be approximately 3 miles CLAY ROLEY AGENCY long and last for over an hour. 98th and Portland Avenue Featuring mounted groups, GR. 8501 airtique cars, floats, bands, clpwns, and all that goes into a s\j'ccessful parade, the theme ROY V. ROSTEOT AGENCY all be developed along the 8201 Park Avenue tern motif. Anyone, any Phone HA 2342
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auditorium. The play is under the direction of William O'Connell and Robert Minitti. Tickets The Bethel high school senior will be on sale at the door, 75 class will present a three-act cents for adults and 50 cents comedy, "The Divine Flora," on for students. April 23 at 8 p.m. in the Bethel
Bethel Hi Play Due April 23rd
Armstrong's Poultry Market 11009 Pacific
The Franklin Pierce Hi Booster club will meet Tuesday eve· ning, April 27, in the cafetcria'auditorium of the high school, C. Melvin McKenney presiding. A pleasant social hour will follow business.
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Thursday, April 22, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL
yon road near Knapp. Recoverin.g Archie LeForge is "'reported Mrs. M. S. Rau recovering from a pairtful in· . jury sustained April 12. He was GR 8391 walking behind his horse which The registration boaks for a neighbor was leading through the May 25 school election will the brush, when the animal be closed Saturday at 6 :30 p. kicked up his heels, hitting m. Grant Mulvey and Bingham Archie in the faee, breaking his register with Mrs. Rau on Can- nose and badly 1bruising hls face
TOPS IN SERVICE & c;>UALIJY Mirrors - Convertible Tops - Auto Window Glass Custom Tailored Seat Covers
Art's Glass & Upholstery Shop 816 so. Tacoma Ave.
I Ken Brown
Airport Feed Is Celebrating New Lines April 24
and !forehead. After spending several days in the hospital, he is now convalescing at home. Luckily the horse was not shod. Jimmie Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ralph, is at home recovering from surgery in a Seaittle hos<pital. He is employed in Seattle. Sympathy Deepest sympathy is extended to llhe E. L. Gohr family on the sudden death of Mr. Gohr Saturd'ay night from a heart attack. Although he had been in poor health for some time, his sudden passing was a great shock to the family. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; a son, Larry, and a daughter, Jo Ann, of the home at_ Knapp and Can· yon roads; his mother, Mrs.
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Home of "Fisher's Quality Feede"
Canyon Rd., next to Summit Trading Co. We Deliver GR 7136
A big day is planned for Saturday, April 24, at Airport Road Feed Co. store to celelbrate the new line-up of General Mills, Larro and Gold Med:!! feeds. Art Bodhaines says "Just come in and get a cup of coffee and donuts and look around. There will be lots of free gifts for young and younger, aiges one to one hundred." Art is looking !Orward ·to grset~ng. old friends and new at th~s b1i;: gala celebration. He has lived 111 the Tacoma,Puyal· lup area since 1927 and in Park. land· since the purchase of the Mt. Feed Co., now known as Airport Road Feed Co. For complete details of the big .open ho_use event, see advertising in this newspaper. Raised on a farm, Art has a lot of down-to-earth experience in feedinl? all ki:r_ids of farm m!imals, Which he 1s constantly mcreasing through reading and study. He is always happy to pass along his knowledge to anyone with special feeding problems.
P.tQJe~ ~tart~. Anyone may E. Parkhurst as general chair-
panticipate... There will •be. no man. Assisting are Mesdames judging, only .display. Call Mrs. Lewis Wheelock, Floyd Barlow, f[erschel Mobly, GR 3845,' or Newell Shinn and Leo Maves. 8 p.irn. Thursday, April 29, in Mrs. Kenmdh Trimble, GR the auditorium, Mrs. Trav Dryer 8764, to Jti.st entries. No, Fatbrayne, they didn't presiding. The-re will be elecrun out of shotguns. They altion of o'ffice-rs and Supt. Mor!':s Dance Revue at ways use swords at a military Ford will sipeak on legislation. wedding. Parkland May The movie- "Fare-well to ChildThe pr<'miere of, the Mildred hood," dealing with the. mental health of adolescent children, Keller dance revue, "He-re Comes the Circus," wiH ·be- feawiH be shown. L;ioking forward to the fash· tured on Ma\jl 7 at 8 p.m. in the ion show planned for the May Parkland school. The Parkland meeting, all those expecting to Preschool asso$!iation is sponhave entries soould get their soring this event with Mrs. L.
As>ril 27 Parktland P-TA wi11 meet at
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The annual card party of the Spanaway Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary will be held Friday, April 23, at 8 p.m. in the Spanaway fire hall. Attractive awards and refreshments are included. Olive Gohr of Graham; a brother, Albert, .of Idaho Falls, Ida., and a sister, Mrs. Lehman of Dieringer. The family has lived in thP community for eight years. Mrs. Gohr is known as Dorothy to Summit Trading Co. customers and Larry is our News Tri·bunc Bridal Shower Mrs. ClarencP Rrd:ph <md Miss Leona Hinkley entertained about 30 friends at a bridal shower for their niece, Mrs. Garner Ashby (Barbara Ralph) Saturday evening. Center of attraction was a sail boat containing many bt•autirul and useful gif1s for l.lw IH'W home. Mr. Ashby is serving with the U. S. Air Force in Korea. Mother • Daughter Plans are 'being made by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Summit church for a mother-daughter banquet on May 5, so keep the date in
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ME! SATURDAY, APRIL 24th
RAND OP.EN F EE ..... Noi't~imt9 To OTHER PRIZES GIVEN FREE
COFFEE and DONUTS, PRIZES GALORE Will Be Given •away Throughout the day.
Buy. Just Guess The Weight Of This 5aWeeks ..Old Holstein Heifer Calf •· . . ·.
BALLOONS and LOLLYPOPS TO THE KIDDIES 5 PRIZES OF 100 (Red) BABY CHICKS 10 PRIZES OF 50 (Red) BABY CHICKS Prizes Will Be Given Throughout the Day Starting at 10 a. m.
See the mighty Casey take a lusty swing at the ball.
Watch him take off after he gets a hit.
Come in and see Casey play baseball now!
Casey trains on Larro Surelay. ·
Yep! Save Money Too! Sanders & Edgers ·Polishers Electric Drills Skill Saws Staple Guns House Jacks Cement Mixers You'll Find The
To see Casey, a real live chicken play baseball.
Remember It's Free - So Don't Miss It
EE! FOR .All. THE F.AMllY .
Supplies You Need Too, At
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.. GR. 7311
Casey is another General Mills live educated chicken act sponsored bY:
2.702 East I12th St.
FEE GRanite 5534
NOW WE HAYE FOR YOU
s That's right ... we've got o complete line of LARRO "Farm-tested" Sure Feeds. They're QUALITY feeds mode by General Mills and proved at LARRO Research Farm. When we looked for a new feed to handle, we didn't look for a pretty bog or the ·cheapest feed we could find. The line were looking for was the one that would give ow customers the best possible resulb ••. and the most profit. We know LARRO "farm-tested" Sure Feeds wiD do .just that..
you folks who have never used them. Just read what General Mills oos to say about "being satisfied."
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEE If you are not completely satisfied with lorro Sure Feeds, notify your LARRO Dealer or salesman. He'U arrange to pick up the unused feed and the full purchase price of the unused feed wnt be promptly refunded.
For years we have wanted a little place in the country ••• close to my work, but real country, with a cow and chickens and a. vegetable garden. We opened a special savings account at National Bank of Washington and saved a· few dollars a week. Today we pave our little place ... and quicker than we thought, thanks to our savings account and to the low-cost financing we arranged at National Bank of Washington.
There's something else about larro Sura Feeds we know will be mighty Interesting
WE CORDIAi.i. Y INVITE YOU 10 VISIT US AT THE SIGN OF THE 8.AR and BULLSEYE
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now for the things you want. Open on account at National Bank of Washington, and save systematically; you'll soon reach your goal, helped by the power of compound interest.
ART BODHAINE 2702 East 112th, Airport Road, Tacoma, Wash.
Z:ltere's ffPtltinp like mPJte!f in tlte bank
children of San Francisco, Calif; · Ward·. Daniszewski, son of Mr. A family get-together held in and Mrs. Walter DaniszewskL their honor had as guests Mr. He recently completed basic and Mrs. Herman Weeks. and training at Fort Ord, Calif., and son Tommy, Miss Joyce Cook now has been assigned ·to the and Miss Judy Rodgers of Army Finance School at Ben· Bremerton, Mrs. C. Robinson jam.in Harrison, Ind., for fur· and daughters Bernice and Del- ther schooling. Quick roliofl NFPHRON INHALATION Smorgasbord ores, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weeks and family, Mr. and Mrs Harv· Waller Road P-TA members THERAPY h.. helped countless thoµi;. ey Weeks Jr. and family, Mr. are making plans for a smor- an<ls. Asl about our Trial offer. Se~. your Druggist or write NEPHRON COM~ and Mrs. Floyd Barlow, Mr. gasbord dinner May 8 at the P~NY, Tacoma I, Wash. and Mrs. Noah Weeks and the Waller Road hall. Keep the date honored guests. in mind. Prairie Mission (Crowded Opt Last Week) New P·TA Officers Sunday School lnstal.lation. New officers elected by the Supt. C. Milligan PR 4692 Mr. and Mrs. James Larson of Waller Road P-TA recently Non-denomination 64th and Waller road attended are: President, Mrs. Leroy Gun· Classes for All Ages the installation of Iris chapter, norson; vice president, Mrs. 109th and Yakima O.E.S. at South Prairie Satur· Kenith Aarhaus; secretary, 10 • 11 :30 a.m. Sunday Everyone Welcome day evening. Mr. Larson's sister, Mrs. W. Squires; treasurer, Mrs. Ida Alison, was installed Mrs. Larry Hansen. Mrs. Wheelas worthy matron. er, the presiding officer, named A-1 Plane Trip Mrs. Peter Hul.scher chairman Walter Daniszewski of Wall· of the annual scrwol picnic and er road recently made a plane Mrs. H. DeMeerleer chairman Transmissions Rear-Endlll trip to Syracuse, N.Y., where he of the 6th grade farewell party. Good Tires was called by the sudden death Home Burns of his brothm-, Stanley. On his Fire recently destroyed the 13818 Pacific Ave. return trip he visited with rel· home of Archie Kappahn of atives in Detroit and Chicago. Furlough come. Dozer & Shovel Home on furlough for a week P·TA Plant Booth A ·plant booth will be one of from the us'' Army was Ed· the attractions at the P-TA Large or Small smorgasbord dinner to be held. Basements Dug FENCING May 8. All members and friends ieptic Tanks Demlsnera and BuildH• Water Lines Of the community are urged to EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Top Soil REASONABLE. PRICES set aside plants in small con, Easy Monthly Payment• Al • GR 4987 tainers nm.v, to establish their Ralph • GR 3204 growth. Those wanting the VAUGHAN "S pfants picked up ·should call HI 9515 84tb & Podfk Ava. Mrs•. Wheeler at WA 7994. RT. 1, BOX 220-B O'Brien-Schrag Terrence O'Brien, son of Mr. SPANAWAY .· CUSTOM MEAT a.nd Mrs. Jonathan O'Brien,. was Fresh Eggs. Locker Rentals niarried recently to :Miss Diana MOUNTAllN VIEW Schrag, daughter of Mr. and FOOD LOCKERS WE GOT 'EM! Mrs. Elmer Schrag of Tacoma. Airport & Spruce GR 5332 A. lovely reception was held- last & 2Y2 Miles East of Pacific Monday evening for the young couple in the recreation hall ot Hunting Licenses the Church. of Jesus Obrist of For Your Conven·ience You Are Invited To Attend A I.,atter Day Saints in Tacoma. AT ,BILL RIGHETTl'S Southern The young Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien have established their first SO. END .PLUMBING Baptist Church home in the Parkland district. ""f==-ir_s_t-Southern Baptist Near Roy "Y", Spanaway GR 4100 Visitors Church of Tacoma Recent visitors at the home of So. 11th St., Between ProC: M.r. and Mrs. Harvey Weeks tor and Adams St. S. Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. SERVICES: )3radley of Roann, Ind., a Sunday School 9:45 A.M. 36" Chain Link Fence, per 100 ft. ··-·········$33.60 brother of Mrs. Weeks, and Morning Worship 11 A.M. their son and daughter-in-law, 48" Chain Link Fence, per 100 Ft. ········--- $40.90 Training Union 6:30 P.M. ;J.\'Ir. and Mrs. Jack Bradley and We Have A Complete Stock of Fittings Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Prayer Meeting WednesFor Chain Link Fence day 7:30 P.M. Let Us Quote You On All Your For Free Transportation Metal Fence Requirements ___ P_ho_ne HI 7883
Auto Wrecking GR 3445
The Midland 4.·H Clover Club members are out canvassing the Midland area with chrom' ium signs with individual names and. addresses printed on th.em by a local sign painter. These
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ing ~f his P~rld1u~.cl Store, Krege's Hardware, formerly the Paniels Hardware, on Pa(lific avenue. at Cfarfeild street. The dates are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 22, 23 and 24, with many fine buys offered in the special sale. There will be free fish poles to customers buying as much as $5 worth. of merchandise. Regular store hours are 8 a.rn. to 7 p.m., six days each week. After many years spent in home furnishing business, Mr. Kreger plans to offer a good selection hi general hardware, plumbing and electrical supplies and all kinds of items needed by the .'homemaker. He will pro.vide formica installation by an e;x;pert, as well as floor covering of all types. New to Parkland, he says, will be the services of a specialist on floor treatment, ready to give ei.timates on old and new homes.
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Thursday, April 22, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL All work is guaranteed for one year. Something new has been add· ed for local fishermen, alsoKreger's wi11 contact Westport twice a week for weather and fishing conditions and Westport charter service will ·be booked for nimrods who want "the big ones." , Mr. Kreger and his family are no strangers to Parkland. He married a Parkland girl (Hilda Larson) and settled down right here. The couple have two children, Jerry and Gloria, both attending Franklin Pierce high school. During his residence in the Parkland area Mr. Kreger has been active in all community af\faires. While he was president of the Park· land Community club the Public library was established. He is also a member of the Kiwanis club and, now that he is eligible because of being in business here, will immediately become a member of the Parkland Busi· nei;s club,
VFW Auxiliary To Meet April 2'1 Parkland area Altrusa club celebrated its third anniversary at a very successful dinner meeting Wednesday evening, Lb. April 14, at La Pergola. Mrs. W. BOLOGNA .... 44c C. McKewen was general chairSPECIAL Lb. man for the event, with the assistance of Mrs. Ken Jacobs, Cll.;ERY ••••• 5 Mrs. WHliam Laurinat, Mrs. Lb. Esther Davis and Mrs. Viv Cau1iflower •••. Selle.' Mrs. Al Grodvig headed Great Lakes Level Wind Reel the hostess· committee. .Line & f>lastic Plug Many· of the members de· $5~98 signed hats, trimmed with arti· cles used in their business. All SPAN AWAY hats were modeled by. Mrs. Clarence Ellingson and created 5 & 10 gales of merriment. Across from the School Dr. Magnus .Nodtvedt, guest on the Mt. Hiway speaker, took "Easter" as his theme. Mrs. Ken Jacobs present· ed a Yogi act .with the assistAntenna Work Our Specialty _A_ ~ ance of Mrs. William Laurinat.
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CIGARETTES This coming week promises to be a very busy one. First of all, we have the Tacoma Lariette party to be held Friday night, beginning at 8:00 at The Firs, l<Ycated on the Mountain highway. There wi:ll be dancing and games of aH kinds, so come on out and join in the fun. Then there is the Tacoma Unit Gymkhana t() be held Sunday, 'April 25, beginning at 12:30. There will be an cxhibition drill by the Colts and Fillies, with events as follows: Novice jumping; western and English pairs (to enter the ring and be judged separately); English pleasure; bareback re· lay; western pleasure; pole bending,' individual; working hunter; western trail horse. There will be riJbbons to five places. A play day and chuck wagon dinner will be held at Orting Sunday, April 25th. Dinner will be served from 1:00 to 3:00. We do not have a list of events, but a good time is always had by all at Twin Rivers Riding Club. May 2nd is the date for the Mt. Rainier Riding Club's first play day. We will print a list of. events next week. The same day a jpdging school will be held at Orting, beginning at 1:00 o'clock. Looks like a person will at least have to be twins to take in everything that is going on from now on. Along the trail spring is bustin out all over-and so is Rip Collins .... Don Hadlund looking for a horse to match his new cowboy boots . . . the horsemen arriving from all directions to enjoy the Easter cowboy breakfast at tl1e George Beeson ranch . . . the Pierce County Sheriff's Posse wdrking very hard to get ready for the state posse meet in June.
The Tacoma Primrose society announces its fourth annual show Satul'day and Sun. day, April 24 · and 25, in the Building .. Laborers' hall,·· Sc;>uth 9th and Tacoma Ave. Saturday hours are from l to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Th.ere ~vi11 be ribbon and trophy .awards in a wide range of classifications.
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Waller Road - $I 0,450
3-Business Seryice I CAFE
BAIRGAIN - Valued at $3,000, will' sacrifice at $1,775; call GR. 7895. 9ctf
2 BEDROOMS; extra large rooms; radiant heat; lh acre; extra large garage and shop. Will go G. I. $500 down including closing costs. Call Helen O'Brien, GR. 3558. GR. 5469, GR. 8638.
lit(Yl'OVATING, $3.50 an hour, minimum; H. L. Worley, 6297 3ctf. WILL SELL - FHA equity in 9-room hiome on 1 floor, in F'OR THE BEST in Irrigation Parkland, for $2,000; balance Systems, Pumps, Well Drill- $6,000 at 4"'1, %, $46.40 per ing cee SEltVICE HARD- month; GR. 5122. 9c32 WARE 1545 Bay St. FU 2409. Free Es1imates - Terms. 3c31 PLEASE - - - - - - --- . -----HAVE prospects for small or SPRING PLOWING, discing large ranches or dairies. Look and tilling; manure spreading; 1for the "SOLD" signs. Most Glt 8492. 3ctf of them read J. J. Hall Co. No sale, ll!o chiarge. Call any time LANDSCAPIKG; bulldozing, GR. 5592, MA. 8524 or FU. rotovating; top soil and fertili2445. J. J. Hall Company, 616 zer by sack, yard or truck- North Pine, Tacoma, Washload; free estimates, monthly ington. · 9c32 rates; A. C. Edwards, 7202 Park Ave., HA 9997. 3ctf GRAHAM FARM TANK CLEANING TWEN'l'Y AQRES fenced with HI 3980 HA 708f1 7 acres cleared, balance in Locker Meat Accepted small timber. 3 bedroom home, SEPTIC TANKS, CESS small blarn and chicken house. POOLS CLEA.NED 112 root deep drilled wen. Contents Hauled Away 'Priced at 7500.00. 500.00 down wilh good credit reference. Hutson
OUR LOW PRIGES SET THE PACE
The TIMES - JOURNAL
Summit District - 9 Acres
FENCED AJ>'.D CROSS-FENCED; good family home with hardwood floors; smail barn with concrete floor; Cl1icken house. G. I. equity. Call Orrin Moore, GR. 8638, GR. 5469, GR. 3558.
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80 Acres - Bethel District 3-lBEDROOM HOME; large barn; several out buildings; 20 acres cleared, balance in pasture; some equipment; terms. Call Orrfo Moore, GR. 8638, GR. 5469, GR. 3558.
2- BEDROOM HOME south of Spanaway Lake. Large chicken house, room for 1400 birds; lots of out buildings. · C:i.11 Mr. Bryce, GR. 3684, HI 5014.
SUBURBAN REALTY -- Insurance 11302 Paci.fie Avenue
Our Every Day Shelf Prices Are The Lowest
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Jack & Jill
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FLOUR iii"Ill 4 lb. Sack
8 Oz. Tins
Pierce County. tu &Ii Why Rely le.ft On Just A Few w u Week End 2L Specials?
MODERN house ware shows; PARKLAND something new; for appointCOSY Parkland Bungalow with ment call GR. 4934. 15'c32 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO large living raom, wall to wall carpet, partial basement and WHIPPING CREAM, 80c a SELL COUNTY PROPERTY -~ garage. Five lots fenced. A quart; 2722 East 1'12fu St. Septic Tank Cleaning NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 0 (Airpott & Ced!ar); "GR 8142. very good buy at $6250.00. 15c32 that the Board of County Com- ..JI Free Estimates A HOME for the large family. missioners of Pierce County, _,. And Advice Living room, dining room, 4 MOTHERS! take advantage of Washington, believes it to be, .... bedrooms, full basement. Will wonderful buys this week on to the best interests of Pierce ::ll rent with option to buy. childrC'11's clothing at the Bles- County and! the people thereof, 1 sed Event Shnp. Have to make and it is their intention, to sell Jennie L. Grodvlg room •ror new merchan'dise the following described real TRACTOR WORK, plowing, n ..II.Ill'i •m coming soon. 328 Garfield St., property towit: discing, blade work; J. H. irc:ln-JR.ml1 n.eeiln.-, O. Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, Parkland. 15c32 Arnestad, GR 4282; Rt. 3, Box Insurance of All Kinds 19, 20, 'and 21 in Block 16; 521-A, Tacoma. 3ctf FOR SALE Young female Notary Public and Lots 16, 17, and 18, in Cocker Spaniel, Registered. Block 15, all the said Jots WE BUILD HOMES, remodel, Est. in Parkland Since 1941 Good for breeding, $25.00. locate'd in the Clover Lea GR 7232 days level buildings; cabinet work, Call WA 8393. 15c32 Addition to Tacoma, W. T.; 208 Garfield Street concrete work. Reasonable. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVGR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctl "Deal with the people who give WANTED-Chickens and r.abEN that the Board of County bi ts'. Call us before you seil. TRACTORWORK, piowing, you their own personal attenCommissioners will meet on Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 Tuesday, the 4th day of May, discing, blade work; Fred Lad- tion." Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. wig, GR 8028. 3ctf 1954, at the hour of tC'11 o'clock HA 4406. 15ctt A. M. at their oDfice in the Court iiousE MOVING: ieveling: ----------------foundaD:onsi cement work; MACHINE REKTALS=:.::_:==Rot~~ SPECIAL ORDER CAKES- House at '.Dacoma, Washington, to hear and determine the adfree est1maces. PR 2653. 3ctf Ti'ller's, Cl1·a·n s M h · l aws, cc an1c Phone GR 3330, Pa:tty Ann visability of making such sale, 15ctf and any taxpayer in the County RAY GOGAN Tools, Floor Sanders, Skill Bakery. LANDSCOPE CONS'l~l:tUC- Saws, House Jacks. If its ~or ei lher in person or by council TION GEN,i;;RAL landscap- rent_ we ha.ve rt. AA Eq~1p. LEAVE FILM AT Quality shall have the right to be heard ing service-- new lawns, ment _Rentals. 3804 Pac1f1c Photo Service for developing. f<>r or ag<ainst suoh proposition. Dated, this 6th day of April, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, ~. HI 61~ lOctf In at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Ave. 15ctf 1954. rockeries. Nothing down, 36 I BOARD OF COUKTY months to pay. GR 3127. 3ctf --- · ---- - - - - - -- - - - SALADMASTF."R - Free demCOMMISSIONERS WA:::itlll'IG MACHINE PARTS. onstrat.ion, free gift; no obliJack w_. Son-ntag, . Largest stock in to\:\'11. RepairSEPTIC TANKS CLEANEDgation; for appointment, HI Clerk of Board Contents hauled away. Don ing that pleases. B.B.'s Wash- 6287. 15ctf By H. Leif, Deputy 1 er Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409 Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. 1 llctf GA 7334. Ji-f no answer call v_ACUUM CLEANERS for sale.\ Pulblished in !he T,imes-Journal l;R.ebuilt Kirbys, low priced. April 22 and 29, 1954. GA 9222. 3ctf I I 2 d Hoovers, Electroluxes and all \ SPANAWAY ELECTRl'C CONParkland Cycle & _Key dif-fcrent makes, Rep~irs for TRAC..'TING; house wiring, FOR SALE - Teardr.op trailer, all makes. Formerly Krrby Co. new and old. Call us about sleeps two; ideal for hunting VOLLERS VACUUM CLEAN... RENTALS .... Thermnray Radiant Electric and fishing, $100; Bales, next ER Sales & Service; PR 1762; heat; GR. 7064, 175th at Pac, door to The Firs. 12p32 GR 4420_ . 15c32 I Lawnmowers - rotary-hand Spa,naway. 3ctf Bicycles FOR SALE - All-metal body BANK RUN GRAVEL $6 for 4 LAWNMOWER sharpening; utility trailer with '54 license; !!,, Blk from PLC yards delivered; loading 50c Slaw filing; work guaranteed; GR. 6205 12p32 per cubic yard. Canyon Road corner Waller and Knapp; GR. 15ctf 7687. 3ctf FOR SALE 1950 Buick Spec- pit; WA 7902. UPHOLSTERING --'ial; exceptionaHy clean; low SMITH CABINET SHOP 1949 Johnson mileage; radio, heater and FOR SALE Recovering and Rebuilding Remodeling, kitchen cabinets; WSW tires; $1075; GR. 8624; 16-h.p. ou~board motor, excelCushions Rebuilt we sell glass; 16309 So. Park, l40t'h and Pacific Ave. 12c32 lent condition; call GR 5344 Free Estimates after 6:30 p.m. or inquire at Spanaway, GR 7949. 3ctf FURNITURE 411 Garfield St., Parkland. AND RUG CLEANING LAWN MOWER Sharpening 15ctf A. A. Equipment Rentals; 3804 PARKLAND - - - - 1 TAP ACROBATIC Pacific Ave. HI 6193 15ctf. - - - - - - - UPHOLSTERY FOR SALE - 8 fryer batteries, c1as'ses. All ageS. 12814 Pacific Avenue 1 starter and 1 finisher, $100; Keller, GR 7881. GR 3201 Res. 3181 ACE SEPTIC TANK or will trade any part for live- - - - - " - - - - - stock; Rt. 11, Box 702, Burnett CEDAR FENCE POSTS SERVICE St., block East of Waller Rd., Round or split, any length, 35c between Airport & Knapp. p32 and up, delivered. Write Septic Tanks Cleaned t Cloyes, Rt. 1, Box 93, Roy. . FOR ,SALE---4 year1mg GR 4343 s eers; 15ctf RURAL call GR 8395 week days after - ·-·------HI 5058 O. B. ACKLEY 6 p.m.; Saturday or Sunday FOR SALE-Boys and girls GARBAGE l3c34 bicycles, $25 each; GR 5577. LAWN1\10WER Shm'Pening & any time. -----15ctf SERVICE repairing. Free pick up and HAY - dry land alfalfa, grass -delivery in Lakes area. Phone hay $1 per bale_ Delivery can· Serving Parkland, 'LakeLA 8002. 3ctf be arranged. Will take live- I wood, Midland, Summit, stock in trade. Second !house Spanaway & Lakeview past Roy "Y" on Mountain CASH FOR milk cows, beef, Pierce County Permit Highway. 13ctf heifors, veal and hogs. Call R. Thac.keray collect. PuyalNO EXPENSE NECESSARY lup 5-5414. 16ctf to earn good income with Avon Cosmetics. Wl: will train you FOR SALE - Sorrel gelding, with color Film. Write 1214 CHILD CARE in Parkland lic- 1400 lbs.; saddles, packs and N, J]ighland, Tacoma 7, Wash. ensed home; day care any time; works in barness; GR 8395 14ctf for personal interview. 5c34 GR. 8789. after 6 p.m. 16c34 ACCORDION lessons in your . ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS home; instrument furnished; 11.. • o call HA 5788- collect: 14ctf Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 breeding fee; no charge on reII Umn;iplft9 GI: WANTED-Buildings to wreck. We buy and sell used building CHILD CARE in my home turns. !fo.lstein, Guer11sey, Jcr':II materials. White Ball Lumber days; GR 4565. 14c32 sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyal-_ GR 3710 Co., Bingham Road, just west of Summit View; GR 8591. ACCORDION, HARMONICA lup 5-8393 · l6ctf New Installations . 80tf less~ns; but~o~ and piano ac- CALL TOM RAFFERTY, GR Repairing Pumps, Hot / &Ii cordron; certrf1ed teacher; Mrs. Walter Heaters, Washers W SPOT CASH Meier, 937 So. Ainsworth, BR 4443; your agent for Powder For Your Used Furniture 6428. 14etf River Cattle Squeeze Sluggish Drains Opened 1 Piece or House Full I ============:;;:;;;; p Shop Located at '~ • Block's Furniture Mart I5 M IWILL TRADE hay for horses. 770 South 120th 8219 So. Tacoma Way LA 2882 2 CORDS green upland slab, GR 6446 l6ctf I~
FULL BASEMENT; 3 large bedrooms; separate dining room; oak floors; G. I. or FHA terms. Ca11 Helen O'Brien, GR. 8638, GR. 3558, GR. 5469.
YELM WHAT DO YOU NEED? PlowAPPROXIMATELY 10 ACRES. ing, discing, blade work, etc; 2 bedroom home, large QR 6550. 3ctf room unfiniS1hed. attic. G.living I. or ca>ih -- 5500.00. 2 1/2 ACRES GOOD SOIL, east of Malcolm McIJarity Road. 975.00 on terms.
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NUT BUTTER • m$1 a69
CORN ••••••• Wesco
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4/$1
All Sc: GUM All Sc CANDY BARS
Wesco, Cream Style
46 Oz. Tins m
FRESH CRISP VEGETABLES
Parkland Bl Heatinn
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and used.miscellaneous_; Airport & Pacific Ave.; Residence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf
AMERICAN ART CO.
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building lots in Bmokdale area; FOR SALE-Old growth fm;est j Rt. 7. Box 316 electricity to property; $70 wood for range, heater or fireTerms per lot; GR. 692'2. 9p32 pla-ce. GR. 6543 15c32 I
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30 ACRES with some bldgs. New well. H's trees and clearings make it ideal for running FOR SALE - Girl's tap shoes, CUSTOM PICTURE cattle, horses, or it can be size 1, $?.50; GR 5035. 15c32 FRAMING made to look like a park. OLD MASTERS AND Buildings could be made live- YOUR CHICKENS killed and MODERN PRINTS able with very little effort. picked for 15c each; drawn 25c, Pricc $6750 with E.Z. terms. or will package; GR 5857 eve. BRoadway 4327 Call evenings and week ends, liic33 2046 6th Avenue GR 3272. NEW HAMPSHIRE chicks, lSc; [' • Hemes in Parkland Commun- 100 or over, 17c; MIDGARD ity; Acreage close in, either POULTRY FARM & HATCHWELL DR.IL.UNG ERY, Roy. Mile east of Mcwith or without buildings. Kenna. 13ctf Berkeley Pumps D-....a. b....................... ft--1.,..,, FOR SALE-RABBITS. Young ID'l:ll UIVBIB 11 'f ; JETS does, 1 young buck, several e SUBMERSIBLES 11220 Pacific Ave. 'bunnies. Rt. 1, Box 247 Spanae CENTRIFUGALS Office-Days, GR 3341 way. Anytime. l3p32 -- 9 TURBINES Even-ings, YU 9221, HI 3315 AIR DRIED shiplap and dimen· '-!.11'11 "J~fl>1 HI 6174 • LA 7161 sion lumber; Loden Lumber R \:VII\. &.O Agent for American Express Co., Mountain Highway at SilT o Money Orders ver Lake; phone Eatonville C!ICOma Ump a: 393 FOR SALE 18 attractive · l 5P33 -·--~--·~-·---··--·-
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.Auto insurance 10/20/5 As Low As $12.50 Semi-Annually Check us for other rates Comprehensive & Collision No Membership Fee Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw ED MAREK 12909 Pac. Ave. GR 3100
OUR LOW PRICES SET THE PACE
Mrs. Karl C1>rdee
Puyallup 5-2511 Preparations for the May 13 Spring festival i;ponsored by Woodland P-TA ai'e now hum· ming. Last week tbe students of the school elected Gale St. Pierre as queen and LeRoy Gustafson as king. Princesses ·and princes selected from the various grades arc as follows: 8th grade, Judy ;i::epp and Gary Lincoln; 7th grade; Helen Ziem· er and Larry Schaeffer; 6th grade, Theresa Rees and Arthur Johnson; 51Jh grade; Sharon Klein and Verlin Villines. On Friday, May 14, the P-TA will hold Hs spring tea and in· stallation of officers.
COCOA,. Baker's, l lh»:----·--;~s·-----------··----·-·-53c PORK & BEANS, Van Camtt ·--·--·---·-·--·2/29c Quarts }>
WESSON OIL. • 65c BEER ECATTERN 6/97c FOOD, Jack 'N Jill, lge. tins --···-'·2/19c Iii
SNACK PACK, 'Kellogg's -----------·--------···---29c REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE __________________ 2/29c
Mother Passes C&H 10Lbs. Mr. and'. Mrs. Harry White Mrs. Albert N. Nelson were called to Spokane by the Graham 7-7640 Iii " 21 D m .. m death of 'Mr. White's mother. A special meeting of the Shurfine Our deepest sympathy to tbe Gloria Motycka Orihopedic PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX, 4 lbs. --·-····..49c family. Guild was held on April 12th DARI-LAC PWD. MILK, Darigold 33c at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Anderson. Further plans for the Now Reg. 33c Size forthcoming Style Show and Silver Tea were discussed. The Mrs. A. L. Goddard Style Show and Silver Tea will be on April 30th, from 1 to 3 Family Pack in the aftern.oon, at the Kapow- . sin grade school. m Elli Ii s Sunshine Club ZUCHINNI SQUASH, lb. The Sunshine club w:ill meet April 22 at the home of Mrs. CABBAGE, Solid, Green, lb. __ 6c Henry Wal1sworth. The club FANCY 'iVINESAPS, Red, Wrapped, 2 lbs. 25c members make tray favors for patients'at Mountain View San-· 162nd' & Fark Ave. atorium. · Phone GR 8213 Kapowsin P-TA Spanaway The Kapowsin P-TA will in the gYm at the Kapowsin Prices Effective Thurs. Noon Fri. & Sat. 22, 23, 24 grade s.chool. Further plans will be made for the forthcoming all community and school lb. HAM LOAF • picnic to be held at the school in June. LINK SAUSAGE • lb. Rebekah Auxiliary lb. PORK NECK BONES • The Kapowsin Rebekah Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. lb. BEEF HEAR.TS • • Albert Nelson with Mrs. E. Mothershed and Thehna .Funk SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET as hostesses. There were 33 NEXT DOOR Tl> HERMAN'S members and seven guests prePrices Effective Friday & Saturday, April 23rd & 24th sent. After the business hour the group sang "happy birthday" to Albert Nelson and pre- home on Lidford road. Mrs. surgery last week at the. Tasented Mr. and Mrs. Nelson with Hansen is the former Rhea coma General .hospital, is reported doing very well at this a gift of money with which they Tha:Yne of Summit. time. · pµrchased a suitcase for their Improving trip to Minnesota. · Mrs. Wesley Niquette, who The next Auxiliary meeting has been ill for several weeks, will be April 27 at the home of is improving nicely at her Mrs. Ray Funk; all Rcbekahs home on 84th street. welcome. Mrs. John Dargan, of East 72nd street, w.ho underwent
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36 HANDY BANDAGES .... 19c
Style Show Tickets For your tickets and reservations to the 12 :45 luncheon and style show and '8 p.m. style show and entel'tainment at the Canyon Road community hall, ~ SOth ·and Canyon road, on May • 4, call Mrs. John Foll;:, GR 5801 ~ Married Miss Edith Boji and James Niquette were married the latter part of March. Jim is in the Navy an d is stationed at Long Beach, Caldfornia. He will be through working for Uncle Sam a( i11 May. Engaged Mrs. Hazel Vogel, ·of Puyallup, announces the engagement of ..her daughter Anna Jane Hill to Fred Spradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spradley, of the Pipe Line road. Improving Paul Burch, of Fairview road is aonvalescing at Doctor's hos· P'ital following an operation on Monday. @ New Son Hr. and Mrs. Calvin DeLoyd m Hansen announce the arrival of a baby boy, Scott J.; at their m ~·
HOUSE CLEANING AT GENERAL
12' Row Boat .$85. 00
Well Built - Easy Rowing
14' Boat $125. 00
You Must See Them To Appreciate
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