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~.f th.at e Future Farm·e·r·.~.of ..m er-. s~1e ica Pullman April 1 Ato 3. fl.I u James made his report .of the conv~ntion at the Wednesday meetmg of the club. · Besides being on the grand honor ·roll at Franklin Pierce "" · · liMll ..,·· and being active in the Honor This year's Parkland Round· society, James has been instruQueen will be the gal who 's mental in organizing the Ag, up "firstest with the mostest" _; cluq. Members are now busy the girl who ·sells the most preparing theirprogra.m 9f work Round-up buttons (with . the r .r the. coming year, which must help of her sponsors and be presented to the State .As- friends, of cburse) wi11 rule tlie sociation of FFA in order to Com.:rimnity celebra;tion June 10· 1~ . receive an official charter. The eig1ht lovely candidat0s James lives with his mother, are all ·busy as bees and it's a Mrs, Cecil Huff; at 1640 So. hardy· sopl who can withstand l08th St.; his father, an Army their salesmanship. Already the man, is in Korea. ' fellows who thought their but· ton order overly optimistic are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Webber, vieWing the dwindling supply 210 So. 118th St., returned with considerable apprehension. home Sunday from a pleasant Oh well, more can be ordered! The. friendly rivalry between vacation trip to California and the candidates is all a part of the Boulder Dam area. the fine spirit of co cop era tfon which marks the Round-up preparations. Each button sold means a vi;>te for the favored candidate but, still more, it Builders of means another step toward cstablis<hing a. fine recreation center for the future, the P;i.rk· land. Community park which will be built with the proceeds from future Parkland Round· ups. Farm· Bu dings.. The candida:tes and their sponsors are: Pamela Selden, Parkland Community club; LeAnre Bean, Club 13, Parkland bank; Diane Lofgren, Washing. ton Horseman's Colts and Fillies; Dolores Brown, Altmsa ·'Clulb; Jackie Wise, Franklin Pierce high school; Sue Thomas, Pierce County Sheriff's Posse; JoAnn Kilian, Twin Rivers Riding club; Jean Woods, Bargain Basket.

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Four work. parties each week .have now been scheduled by the Round-up COITJ· mittee in an effort to speed work on t.he large project, Lights hav.e beef) installed at the arena· so that a great npmber more people may ¥-'ork at e.ach of the. three weekly night sessions .. Work ; parties are slated for·Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday even•irigs from 7:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. All interested residents of the comm4nity are urged to turn out. The more help the committee gets the sooner and easier the work will be accomplished and. the sooner Parkland's co.mm,unity park and .recreation area will be a reality.

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(Crowded Out.Previous Weeks) Ashlock - Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ashlock arc announcing the marriage of tht'ir daughter Patricia to Don Edward Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson of Tacoma, in Olym· pia Thursday, April 15. They will make their home with the Ashlocks for the present. Visitors Mr. and Mrs. E. Beyer recently entertained their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Al· vin Opland, and friends, Mr. and . Mrs. Paul Karnes, of Duluth, Minn., for a few days. Mrs. Laura Wilson of Carson City, Mich., and Mrs. Edith Mertz of Middleton, Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sharp on Pennsylvania avenue. The visitors are sister and niece of Mrs. Sharp. The 'following relatives came to ·be; with Mrs. C. L. Gohr and for Mr. Gohr's funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jackson of Wyola, MonL; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson of Lodge Grass, Mont.; Mrs. Agnes Wo:Lfgand, 'Payette, Idaho; A~bert G. Gohr, Mrs. Anna Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold, Idaho Falls; August Meyer, Ferndale, Wash.; Frank Meyer, Ellens:burg, and ~fr. and Mrs. Donald Budd, Richland. Funeral services were held held Wednesday at Mountain View, the Rev. Christensen of· ficiating.

Saturday, May 15, the T;i.· Time To Think About The coma-Seattle menls retreat of PARKLAND ROUND-UP the Methodist church will be held in Epworth church. For See Us First - Check Our Prices rurther information, call Foster Allen, GR 5789. SADDLES - BRIDLES' Conference The 4th Quarterly Conference BLANKETS - SPURS of the Summit MethodJsi church will be held. in the church Sun' Everything for the Horse Owner day evening, May 16, with the district supcrintf'ndenit'. the Rev. SUMMIT FEED CO. Owen J. Beadles, presiding. All Canyon Road Next to Summit Tratling Co. members of the church are urgGRanite 7136 We D~" .. ft• ··- -~···-· I ed to attend and learn of the program of the church. Addle Rau Circle The Add4e Rau circle wlll meet Tuesday evening, May 18, at the home of Mrs. Clarence Ralph, Mt. Tacoma Drive at 96th. Mrs. Casper Irish will have the lesson and Mrs. McMillan the book review on "The Big Fisherman." Preschool Central Avenue Preschool will meet Thursday evening, May 20, at 8 o'clock in the school lunchroom. Mrs. Lenhard. ElLADE CUT Winter will report on the P-TA convention. The following new " officers will be instaled:. Mrs. Donald Freestone, president; Mrs. Robert Bartel, vice presiB dent; Mrs. Al Smith, secretary; Mrs. Roy Wright, treasurer. bli! S··J!tllW~ P-TA Delegates aai.~rtu .Delegates to the state P-TA " .. convention in Seattle last week SHU.O~N STEAKS ;~~ were Arlo Morton, Mrs. Rang· New !Bl@ok;:; at hill Peterson, Mrs. Lenhard The County Library sta.tion TmGON!E STE~R<S \Viriter and Mrs. George Wang- a:t Midland has received 400 elin. more books. If you like to read GROUt~D ROUND .• Db. 4911: ~= or learn more about your hob· bies, visit the library. BEEF CUBIES <lean) The Junior Reading club is stai,ting the first of June. If you GR --wish to learn more about it. visit the library or call GRanite 37·13. Library hours are: Monday, 1 Block North of Airport 011 Canyon Road 1-5· Wednesday 1-5 7-9· FriWe Retail al: Wholesale , Prices da;, 1~5.

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The Grandmothers Sunshine club wm meet Friday, May 14, in the home of Mrs. John LaPore with Mrs. Paul Linhcrg as co-hostess; luncheon at 12:30. Mombers arc working on projects for the forthcoming bazaar in Seattle. (Crowded Out Previous Weeks) Upholstery Class The first meeting of the new upholstery class was held Monday in ihe Thrift hall with Mrs. Florence Allen in charge. The ladies are re-upholstering old davenports and chairs. The class in.eludes Mesdames John Moebius,. Marvin Antony, Gil· bert Banks and Ted Talpin. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cruts are receiving cong1;atulations on a new grandson, born March 30 to l\lfr. and Mrs. Don Fritz (Beverly Cruts). Give Transportation Those who were so kind as to .m·otot the 6th .and 7th grades of Elk Plain school for a skat· ing party at the Roller Bowl in South Tacoma were Ross Plumb, Mr.· Matoni, Mr. East and Mr. Clark. All enjoyed the evening. 111 at Home Sorry to hear that Mrs. Sam Jenkins is ill at her home. · Move to Tacoma Mr. and Mrs. C. Connant have moved to Tacoma, in the McXinley Hill district. Attend Rebekah Meet Those who attend the 105th semicannual session Rebekah district meeting held in Tacoma April 8 were Mesdames E. Rob· inson, M. Jorgenson, E. Mothershed, Thelma Funk, M. DeWitt, A. Miller, W. Huff, Charles Allen, E. BurreU and A1bert Nelson. New Daughter :M:r. and Mrs. C. Brumaugh of Thrift are parents of a new daughter, April, born April 1. She has a sister, Abbie. Grandpa~ents are Mr. and Mrs. Brumaug\i and Mr. and Mrs. Gil!bert Banks. Injured ' Eric•, Peterson .was injured while at work and is confined to the St. .Joseph's hospital, Tacoma. Young Mothers Club The Young Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Dworsky on Thursday. Those .. prese.nt were Mesdames V, Ackerson, M. Michncs, H. McGee, C. Hall, A.• Jackson, H. Launberg, and E. Launberg. Dessert luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be .at Mrs. Ackerson's home.

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The final meeting of Patklanq P-TA will be held at the school Thursday, May 20, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Travers Dryer presiding. Newly elected omcers will be installed. The Make It Yoursel{ style show will be held. All who have entered the show are THE RANCH asked to call a member of the committee by Saturday and give Dancing and Dining a description of the garment they wish to display. Commit102nd and Sales Road tee members are Mrs. Ru1us . Parker, GR 5679; Mrs. Kenneth Open 6 till ? I T1~~1llble, GR"'8764; Mrs. ;srian LA. 9145 LA 9933 ·Logan, GR 5o23; Mrs. Wilham • I Hart, GR 3758; Mrs. Newell Skinner, GR 8268; Mrs; Herschel Mahley, GR 3845. Incidental music for the scy!J;! McKEWEN STUDIO show will be presented by stu'. dents o fthe school. Parkland Centre Bldg. GR 3833

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Banker To Address kiwanis Club May 13 "What S0und Money Means to You," is the subject of a talk to be given May 13 to the Parkland Kiwanis c1ub by Orville E. Shoem:i.ker, assistant cashier and assistant trust of- . fi<;:er of the National Bank of.· Washington, Tacoma. : , : · '· Floyd V. Hicks, cl'Ulb program· chairman, announced troay.tllat Shoemiaker will discuss the PUI''· chasingPQW~riof ·money,.·shrink• age in dollar value, results of in· flatlon, .. a~ , tpe !J.dVaQtages of a sourid national economy. He said the .talk is being given in dbs&vance of the 13th anniversary of the U.S. Treasury's Savings Bonds prog;ram, ·~which plays Ji vital. role in our future financial '5eeui-ity." ·

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TOO Pa'l'ldand ... Community ··, club iS' meeting this (1llmrsday) evening .... at 8 . .;>'clock in the ' Parkland school~ M. G. Poole · of the;; pjer:ce C9unty .·Planning Commission willbring Ed West• wbod aticlCharlell M McPhail to ddseuss plans JOi' the Parkland area, An attractive program will f6lio\•/ the buSrri~ tioor: All people Qf the vicinity are invited to attend.

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Midland P-TA will meet May 19 in the school at 8:00. George Barras and the school orchestra will 0ve several selections. The 11ew officers will be installed by Mrs.1John Deering, a past president. They are: president, Mrs. David McPherson; vice presi· dent, Mrs. Herschel Payne; second vice president, Mrs. Vincent Dreis; secretary, Mrs. Lyle Landon; treasurer, Mrs. Stanley Lipke; recording secretary, Mrs. Clarence Skog. Hostesses for the evening yvi.11 'be the sixth grades. Room mothers for these rooms are Mrs. w: W. Hansen, Mrs. Richard Dodwin, Mrs. Floyd Ayers and Mrs. Ralph Jones; 0

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Mary Townsend and her mother were hostesses for a meeting of the Midland 4-II Clover clu-b Friday after school. Mter they served refreshments, a business session was held with Janet Spearman presid· ing. Rally Day and Demonstrations were discussed, as well 'l.S their project of selling signs. Elizabeth Weir gave a demon~ stration on "Potato Salad." Who has a 1947 Penny? It's

'I1lwrsday noon at the Mid- worth Dollars at Sepics. See land Community club hall was next weeks ad. the meeting of the Altar Society of St. John of the Woods ==. parish. The president, Mrs. Melvin Morrill, and the secre· iary, Mrs. Russell Beals, gave E== interesting reports on the re~ = cent convention of the A.C.C.W. :==' held in Everett. The Reverend == Andrew Prouty told of several needs for the Altars and discus= == sed the coming First Commun· == io11 to be held at the 8:00 o'clock Self-Service and = Mass Sunday, May 16, and the Complete crowning of tihe Blessed Virgin Laundry Service Ask Our at special services at 4:00 p.m. Satisfied Customers that same Sunday. Children of Hrs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. the parish will march in the Mon., Wed., Fri. procession. Hostesses for the 9 to 6 Tues., Thurs., Sat luncheon· were Mesdames AlFERN HILL bert Bombardier, William LAUNDROMAT Baughn, R. L. West, Edward & DRY CLEANERS Boyle Sr.,· George Raugh, and Harold Thaden. CCrowded Out Previous Weeks) Midland 4·H Meeting _at the home of Ann Clinton recently were members of the Midl:anid Girls 4-H club ~ with Mary Benson presiding. = girls discussed their final = The plans for their Daffodil Frolic teen-age dance and that they = would have one the 14th of M1;1.y. They voted Mary Benson to re= present the club as their candiBULLDOZING date for County Fair Queen in Land Clearing . Logging the District elimination, with Good Equipment - Expert Joanne Morud as alternate. Operator. "Doc" Platter = After the meeting, the hostess, = Rt. 1, Box 346, Spanaway assisted by her mother and GR 7796 Evenings grandmother, served refresh· ments. Present were Sharron Eshpeter, Gloria Siehl, Carol· SEPTIC TANKS - CESS unne Burk, Mar;,' Ben.son, Ann ?-== POOLS CLEANED Clinton and Beverly Corrigan, Contents Hauled Away ----.:. home from vVashington Slate College for vacation, and Mrs. Hl.lltSOl!il Waltc·r. Corrigan, leader. TANK CLEANING The Midland Girls ·1-H club HI 3980 HA 7033 wishes to thank Johnny Bussanich of the Midland Thriflway for the award he donated for their last dance and to all those attending to make the dance a success, as well as Mr. and Mrs. = Roy Bt:nson who served as chaperones. = The County Extension office anno.unccd the 12 high meal preparation teams of the 46 teams compceling who v.111 be eligible for the elimination con· ;:;;; test in June and the team of Nina Ayers and Marlene Corri· gan was one of them.

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p..TA Installs Officers Newly elected officers of the James Sales P·TA were instal· led at the la&t regular meeting Tuesday, May 11, at the school. Mrs. M. D. Wilkinson, state parllmentarian, was the instal ling officer and also disscussed p,TA activi1:ies. Mrs.· Mildred Keller is the new president; Mrs. Mary Ker· stetter, vice president; Miss Do· lores Ra.Molph, second Vice pl,"esident; Mrs, Minnie Greco, secretary; Mrs. Pait Manning. treasur.er.

also be represented at American Lake.Veterans Hospital Sunday the 16th when there will be The last Study Group meet· "Open House" from 1 to 4 p.m. ing of the Parkland-James Sales Preschools will be held Thurs· Al Montan, jesting oommen· day, May 13, at the Parkland grade schoo.1. An interesting eve- tater and virtuoso of the lariat, ning is planned by Mrs. Carl is one of the featured perform• Larson, study group chairman. ers who will appear with Sheriff Keigh Repoz will give demon- Tex and the Junction Jamboree strations of simple handicraft3. gang at this year's Parkland James Sales Preschoolers are Round-up. Sheriff Tex and his the snack hostesses for this gang wlll provide two hoUI'$ of monrth. Bring your thermos o'f outstandl ng western entertaincoffee or tea and join in. The ment in the PLC gymnasium m<"lting starts at 8 o'clock. Friday night, June 11.

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Fem Hill Laundromat

The Parkland Volunteer Fire department made a fast run Sunday morning, May 2, ito a

& Dry Cleaners 8420 Pacific Ave. HA 9786

burning barn on South 133rd St. between Pacific and c. The . . fire had gained such headway before the alarm was turned in that the .barn, which belonged to Einar Lengseth of Tacoma, was a total loss.

Self..Serviee and Complete Laundry Service

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The Tacoma Toddlers Coot· iette Club No. 227 will co-sponsor a stage show at the Rainier State school in Buckley Sunday, the 16th at 3 p.m. along with the Ty-E Pup-tent No. 13. Military Order of Cooties. Roy Es· get is hospital chairman ror the Cooties and Mrs. William C. Dusen is chairman of the Coet· iettes. The Tacoma Cootiettes will

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At No .Extra Cost RHONE'S CABINET SHOP 1111st A Park Ave. GRanlte 3342

Sheet Metal Work Poubey & Pet Stock Equipment

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Special Attention to Speclal Equipment Leveling - Road Grading Landscaping & Back Filing Top Soll Large and Small Doars

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Kelvinator's ·40th Anniversary Homemakers Holiday Conte.st First Prize-$25,000 Holiday House or $25,000 in Cash-$50,000 in other prizes. 5 Second Prizes of $1000 each. 75 3rd· Prizes--Kelvinator Appliances

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Fuller Paint . Republic Paint - Dramex Super Kemtone Complete Stock Save Time & Money

MAG DANZ Lumber & Hardware 11401 Pacific Ave. GR. 5538 Open Eve. 'Til 8 p.m.

LEG - SIZE STOCKINGS

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Brev for Small ..• Modite for Average . , Dutchess for Tall Your Personal Belle Sharmeer leg Size Stockings at Special Prices for One Week Only We offer flawless quality. Perfect· fit at reduced prices. Our Reason? We would like you to try them. To ·see for yourself how smoothly they ding .. how beautifully straight their seems stay. Come in and ask for your Personal Leg Sb:e. Brev for Small ..• Modite for Average ..• Dutchess for Tall

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7208 Pacific Ave. Lakewood

LAKEWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER

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TACOMA, WASHINGTON TERRITORY Rememher ALL Lakewcod Center Stores are open Tin 9 p.m. Fridays

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First Prizi.> in a new national "Homemaker's Holiday" con· test is this $25,000 contemporary ranch-type home. It fea· tures a new type of informal family living room that >n· eludes a fabulous "holiday" kitchen and dining, laundry and recreation space all in one large L-shaped area. In addition• there are three bedrooms, bath and lavatory, large formal living room with fireplace and built-in woodbox, carport and workroom separated from the rest of the house by a covered breezeway, and an enclosed garden court. Kelvinator-equipped kitchen features a novel wo~k· saving arrangement that includes refrigerator, freezer and clean-up· "work centers," and an .electric range and breakfast bar combined in a centrally-located "Island."

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APPLIANCES • TV

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FRYE'S Appliances F'&m~ture . Parkland Centre Bldg. GR. 3891

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Tinc:ber's 'Pbanaaey 7239 Park Ave. HI 3344 Across from Fern Hlli P.O.

Dozer & Shovel Work Largec or Small·

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CLOSING COST ONLY to vet on this 2-bedroom modern · home; Jovel ykitchen, wired 220; some outbuildmgs. Call Orrin Moore, GR 6386, GR 5469, GR 3558.

with or· without buildings.

Bert Brown Realty

Spanaway - $6250.00

11220 Pacific Ave. CONCRETE WALLS, walks, Office-Days, GR 3341 patios, foundations; landscaoEvenings, YU 9221, HI 3315 ing; free estimates; call K & 0 HI 6174 • LA 7161 Contractors, GR 7083 or MA 5760. 3cif Agent for American Express Money

3 BEDROOMS on main floor; 6 beautiful lots; excellent well; good location. Buy equity or closing cost to vet. Call H<:len O'Brien, GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

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SPRING PLOWING, discing and tilling; manure spreading; $2:10 DOWN GR 8492. 3ctf PRICE $5600. Immediate pos· 2 bedrooms, living LAWNMOWERS Grinding session. room, kitchen, built-ins, 6 lots. Lapping, Rcriairing. Pick-up & In good location, Needs some Delivery. Power, Hand, Rot- work. Call Ralph Decker HI ary. New and Used. PARK· 9579. LAND CYCLE & KEY. GR EASY TERMS 5772. · 3ctf PRICE ONLY $4,250. 3 bedLANDSCAPIKG; bulldozing, room older home in good conrot.ovating; top soil and fertili- dition. Full basement, furnace. zer by sack, yard or truck- Living room, dining room, kitload; free e&timates, monthly chen, built-ins, wired 220. Ce· rates; A. C. E'dwards, 7202 ment foundation. Garage, 3 lots Park Ave., HA 9997. 3ctf Call Ralph Decker HI 9579. MIDLAND GEORGE PURDUE Plumbing UNF'INISHED home in good & Heating - New work. Re- district. Close to schools, bus modeling, Rpeairs. Phone GR and shopping. Living room, 2 •1477. 3crf 'bedrooms, 'bath and kitchen. Good concrete foundation, wirED DILLON & CO. for the ed for 220. Large level lot :best rolovating; light blade 75x140. This house is fully liv· I work. Free estimates, satisfar- aJble and owner will carry eon· . tion guaranteed; PR 3902, HI tract. Call Hal Underwood HI · ~5681. 3ctf 9579 or PR. 9896.

3 BEDROOMS, fireplace; Hi-Pressure oil furnace; wired for dryer; fan in kitchen; close to school. G.I. or F.H.A. C:i.11 Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

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Tacoma. 3ctf 8210 evenings and Sundays. 12-Used Autos Keller, GR 7881. 15ctf WE BUILD HOMES remodel. 2 SMALL homes on 5 lots near - - - - - - - - - - - - - - level buildings; cabi;,et work. new grade ~chool building FOR SALE - 1936 Plymouth f<'OR SALE-Boys and girls; concrete woFk. Reasonable. where. there is room for. a coupe $65.00. Can be seen at bicycles, $25 each; GR 5577 GR 3550, MA 0706. 3cH ~ome m front and keep exist- the Times Journal. 15etf mg ones for rentals. Good posT,~A~OR WORK, p1owmg, sibilities for the builder-investCEDAR FENCE POSTS d:~cmg, blade work; Fred La~· or for his own home. $4,950.00 I 3-Fa rm Ads Round or split., any length, 35<~-2..g· rm 8028. 3c J cash. Mrs. Grodvig. and up, delivered. Write 1 Cloyes, Rt. l, Box 93, Roy. HOUSE. MOVING; leveling; 311 SO. 120 is a conveniently HAY - dry land alfalfa, grass 15ctf founda~1,ons; cemei;it work; locaoted 2 bedroom home witli hay $1 per bale. Delivery can free estimates. PR 2653. 3ctf cement driveway to garage. be arranged. Will take liveQuick possession! $8,500 price stock. in trade. Second house 1b-Livestock RAY GOGAN LANDSCOPE CONS'l'.AUC- inc1udes .s?me furniture p~st Roy "Y" on Mountain ' TION GENERAL landscap. stove, refngera~or and furn- Highway. 13clf CASH FOR milk cows, beef, ing service- new lawns, ace. Mrs. Grodv1g, Realtor. . • heifers, veal and hogs. Call peat soil, topsoil, shi'Ubbery, COZY bung~low with wall-to- GOOD RYE - 50c P:! R. Thackeray collect. Puyalrockeries. Nothing down, 36 wall carpetmg, floor furnace, Ibale LaCro.sse Rt. 1, lup 5-5414. 16ctf months to pay. GR 3127. part basement and 5 level lots Box 581, frednckson Road. . 3ctf located at 906 So. 115th St. , 13ctf GELDI1:"<? FOR SALE - Very -----------$6,250 on terms direct from good r1dmg horse; phone SumSEPTIC TANKS CLEANED- ow11 er. Mrs. Grodvig. NEW HAMPSHIRE chicks, 18c; ner 3-3251. 16ctf Contents hauled away Don 3 BE . 100 or over 17c· MIDGARD• Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett. ~DR 00 M furrnshed home POULTRY FARM & HATCH- CALL TOM RAl"FERTY, GR GA 7334 U no answer ca!l on acres located at 137th & ERY R M'l t f M 4443· your agent for PowdeJ , oy. 1 e eas o 13 c·f River' Cattle Squeeze Chute. GA 9222.· 3ctf I Jay. ~~treets · · Out 0 f t own owner K., will sell on terms for $6,950 or enna. ct 16 461f SPANAWAY ELECTRIC CON· $6,500 cash. There arc 2 build· , p TRACTING; house wiring, ing sites on 138th if you want FRYER .BATTERIE~ - Oal~s ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS ..:... new and old. Call us about to subdivide later on, or build a make, hke new ..6 111 all, 2 m Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 Therm'1ray Radi:rnt Electric new home and rent t•he old crates, $50 each if all taken or breeding fee; no charge on re. heat; GR. 7004, 175th at Pac, one. A BARGAIN FOR THE $65 for new ones. Rt. 11, Box turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer· Spanaway. 3cV I BIG FAMILY! Mrs. Grodvig. 702, block east of Walle;r Rd. sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown MIDLAND between Knapp and Airport Swiss, Hereford. Call Puya lLAWNMOWER sharpening; 1 Y,, STORY HOME with living Rd. 16ctf 13p36 lup 5-8393. saw filing; work guaranteed; .· - WILL TRADE hay for horses. corner Waller aq;id Collins; GR room, 4 p_iece bath, wall furn-1 lictf 7687. 3ctf UC? and fireplace. 1 acre good 14--Situation wanted GR 6446 s01l, all cleared. 14x29 garage, FOR SALE Good Cedar SMITH CABINET SHOP nice garden and some fruit Remodeling, kitchen cabinets; rtrees. Full price $10,800. Mr. ACCORDION lessons in your Posts seasoned, 30c a post. home; instrument furnished; Gib Theis, GR 3466. 15p35 we sell glass; 16309 So. Park, Grodvig, GR 7232 days, GR call HA 5788. collect: 14ct.f - - - -· ·-----·Spanaway, GR 7949. 3ctf 8210 evenings and 1Sundays. CASH for Rototiller, must be IAWN MOWER Sharpenirag. 4 BEDROOM home on %, acre HIGH SCHOOL GIRL wants in good condition. Call I. C. A. A. Equipment Rentals; 3804 I near 99 & Polk streets. Floor baby sitting job weekends and Beckwith, Roy 29R6, Roy, Pacific Ave. HI 6193 15ctf. furnace, 3 piece bath, utility during summer vacation; call Tisch Road. 15 room, 2 bedrooms down and 14c34 2 up. Home wired for 220 cook· GR 3566. FOR SALE - 4 year old C'hestACE SEPTIC TANK ing and dryer. $9,950.00. Call, nut Morgan stallion, sired by Mrs. Clinton evenings GR 5016 EXPERITNCED adult baby Sunshine R, 72 papers availSERVICE "MOM & POP" rest~urant in sitter; GR 8340. 14ctf able. Good conformation and w Septic Tanks Cleaned business district. $1,650 is total ·· ------- ··- -·· manners. Green broke. Very U price. Call Mr. Grodvig, GR I 5 M' II GR 4343 gentle, has been handled by 7232 days, GR 8210 eve. 1sce aneous ch~ldren . T~~ly a be~utiful : HI 5058 {), IB. ACKLEY SPANA WAY 2 CORDS green upland slab, ammal. Sacrifice for.$220. Also LAWNMOWER Sharpening & LAKESIDE frontage of 31 feet $14; GR 3306. 15ctf 5 year old Palommo mare. W repairing. Free pick up and plus redecorated 2 bedroom Gentle, well broken. Papers X: delivery in Lakes area. Phone hamc plus. large attic for re- PARKLAND FURNITURE available; a very good buy at LA 8002. 3ctf finishing; nice kitchen wired New arid used miscellaneous; $150. Phone GR 3466 days; 11:r -· for 220; plumbed for automat- Airport & Pacific Ave.; Res!. GR 6374 evenings. Ask for Mx. 11ic washer; recessed tub in f!,.nr" Phone GR 3748 15ctf Brown. 16p35 W •bath, $6,500.00 is reduced price W AN'l'El>-Chickens and rahSterbick & Sterbick .,, OPPORTUNITY for a mature for quick sale. Mrs. Grodvig, bits. Call us before you seU. Attorneys at Law .,, man or woman to get into the Realtor. Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 380511.i So. Yakima \Iii nation's highest income brackJennie L. Grodvllll Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. In The superior court of the: U et. For interview, contact Mr. HA 44-06. .15~~ State of Washington for the' Parker, 230 Security Bldg., Ta- Parkland Realty Co. icoma, 10 to 12 a.m. 5c38 SPECIAL ORDER CAJ{ESCounty of Pierce. A. Insurance of Aii Kinds Phone GR 3330, Patty .Ann N 0. 57925 Notary Public Bakery. 15ctf NOTICE TO CREDITORS > Buy E!lt. in Parkland Since 1941 IN THE MATTER OF THE ;Ii" LEA VE FILM AT Quality ESTATE OF HOWARD M. GR 7232 days WANTED-Buildings to wreck. Photo Service for devel-0ping. RIDOUT, Deceas.ed. ...1 208 Garfield Street We ooy and sell used buUding l'n at 10, out at 5. 9610 Pa. . · matE>ri-alii. White Ball Lumber "Deal with the people who give cific Ave l5ctf 1 Notioe it: hereby given that 0:: Co., Bingham Road, jtlst west you their own personal attenthe undersigned has been ap· :,:, of Summit View; GR 8591. tion.'.' BANK RUN GRAVEL $6 for 4 point.~ and. has qualified as 8ctf yards dellvered; loadlng 50c ~dmirustratnx of the above enper cubic yard. Canyon Road t1tlt;d esta~e; that. all p~rsons 10-Rentais SPOT CASH pit; WA 7902. lxtf having claims against said deYour Used Furniture ceased are hereby required to FOR RENT 5 room comPiece or House Full pletely furnished apartment; TRAVELER TELEVISION -1 serve the same, duly verified, Block's Furniture Mart 2 bedrooms, full bath; service 1954 21-inch console, value on said Florence M. Ridout or 8219 So. Taroma Way porch, basement; electric $269.95, sale price $199.95. 1 her attorneys of record at the LA 2882 range and refrigerator, Bendix 1954 21-inch table model, value address below stated, and file ... WANTED TO BUY - Alder /Washer; utilities paid; near $249.95, sale price $179.95. 1 the same with the Clerk of said PLC; vacant June 3; GR 3149. 1954 Zenith 21-inch blonde Court, together with proof of ;;tumpage for wood; close in; lOctf table model, value $289.95, such. service, within six months 7733. 8p35 --·-- ·sale price $229.95. Phone Puy. 1 a:fter the date of first publicaMACHINE REKTALS - Rota- alup 5-7207; Rt. 3, Box 149, . tion of this notice or the same Tillers, Chain Saws, Mechanic ·Puyallup; Glen Farcy's. 15c35 will be barred. 9-Real Estate Tools, Floor Sanders, Skill ·· -- -···Date of first publication May £':"<r'y,..-...r.T:"I Saws_ Homm Jacks. If its for PLA~!'-rO B.ARCl1TI-r - \Y/Ul sell 113 1934. 1 t-.J.lV.1\.1..:J .L.:..1.1\.J... C.l.!CUl J.Vrent 'we have it. AA Eciuip· £;;Hl01l. Near Tacoma. Wonder· a~ sa~ri:fice. beaut!ful spinet Administrartrix of said Estate I opportunity to step into ment Rentals. 38n4 Pacific pian? m this locality to save FLORENCE M. RIDOUT lOctf movmg, expe;ise. Eas:I:' terms .or busineSG for yourself. Ave., HI 6193. 3805% So. Yakima Ave. stock and equipment. cash. For ,mformation write Tacoma, Washington. 2105. 9c35 I I-Re.pair Ser!ice Tallman Piano Stores, Inc., STERBICK & STERBICK Salem, Ore. 15c37 -- -- . -··· _ . Attorneys for Estate SALE - G.I. equity in 2· W M;HTNG MACHINE PARTS. --·· PAINTING, Papering & Sheet· 3805¥.i So. Yakima Ave. Largest stock in town. Repair~\Mrnnm house, Parkland area. Present mortgage G.I. ing that pleases. }3..B.'s Wash- rock finishing .. Neat workman- Tacoma, Washington. $54 ~r month. Call GR e&' Service, 3127 So. G. ID 9409 ship. Phone 7-7430, Graham. Published in The Times-Journal 15p36 May 13, 20, 27, 1954. llotf Wash. 9ctf

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Thursday, May 13, 1954 celebration 'being put on by the New York.'' which brought the

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purpose of selecting delegates the Pie~·ce County Democratic canventwn Saturday, May 22, Mrs. Oliver Omat at 10 a.m. Mrs. Syminons and GR 6466 Mrs. Omat, precinct 2 chairman, urge tl10se interested to Chairman of Democratic pre· cincts No. 2 and 4 have called attend. Bethel Hi P-TA a caucus. to ·be held Tuesday, Bethel Hi P-TA will meet May 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the 'home of Mrs. Louis Symmons, Thursday, J:,fay 20, at 8 p.m. at precinct 4 chairman, for the the high school. Board Meets· The Bethel Hi executive board met at the home of Mrs. Louis MENS Symmons with Mrs. Oliver USED Omat as co·hostess. Present SHOES were Mesdames John Newell, For Rough Merle Prettyman, 0. · M. Olson, Garden Ted Ottersuad, Harry White, Douglas Averill and H. Winge, Work, E. Wallace and Mr. Earl Platt. Fishing "Here Comes the Circus" Etc. 'Friday night, May 14, Mild$1.00 Pair red Keller presents "Here Comes the Circus" at the SpanUltri! Violet Sterilized PAUL'S SHOE REPAIR away school. This is sponsored by the Spanaway Progressive SPANAWAY Closed Wednesday Comm.. unity ~lub, proceeds to be · ·· · used for the big July 3, 4 and 5 1

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Chuc:k Wagon Dmner for Parkland Club The Parkland Business club announces its annual chuck wagon dinner for Wednesday evening, M;ay 19, at Spanaway lake park, serving to start at 6 o'clock. Jack Quill, chairman for the affair, promises "all you can eat," which suggests -·-------..- · - - - - - -

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The following persons resid· ing in Times-Journal territory have been drawn for jury duty to report to Judge Bartlett RUlll.llUel's court Monday, May !, at 9 a.m., County Clerk Robert Dykeman reports: Heney G. Amundsen, Roy; Lois M. Bach, Rt. 1, Box 175-C, Spanaway; Lon·aine Beeson, Rt. 1, Box 272-D, Spanaway; Belle Childers, Kapowsin; Orville A. Clayton, Rt. 3, Box 140-A, Puyallup; Dorothy Clover, Rt. 3, Box 503, Tacoma; Joy T. Cole, Rt. 1, Box 261-B, Spanaway; John L. Colwell, 1411 So. 116th St.; Roy L. Curtis, Tillicum; Allen L .. DeRusse, Rt. 1, Box 145, Eatonville; Vivent F. Dreis, Rt. 11, Box 611, Tacoma; Hazel Elyea, Rt. 13, Box 679, Tacoma. Grace G. Fogle, Rt. 11, Box 261, Tacoma; Mildred Y. Foster, Rt. 4, Box-91, Tacoma; Mildred R. Gates, Rt. 4, Box 118, Ta· coma; Pauline Geithenauer, Rt. 4, Box 163, Tacoma; Arch D. Hague, Rt. 1, Box 133, Graham; Edna Ha1pin, Rt. 1, Box 313, Graham; Mike Hansler, Rt. 4, Box 142, Tacoma·; Leslie D. _Iverson, Rt. 13, Box 559-B, Tacoma; C. E. Jack, Rt. 1, Box 240-D, Spanaway; Arnold G.

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program to a close. The girls presented t.he program under the leadership of Mrs. Ma:be1 Patton, assisted by Mrs. Feichs and Mrs. Bailey. It was a Girl Scout's way of saying "Happy Mother's Day",,fo someone else's moU1er. The Sisters atthe Home gave the girls a lovely box of chocolates. Committees to Meet All committees working on the July 3, 4, 5 .celebration which will be sponsored by the Spanaway Progressive Community club, wJll meet in tl1e Community hall this +Thursday) evening. Al !others interested are invited to attend. (Crowded Out Previous Weeks) Board Luncheon The executive bQ<ard of the Spanaway Firemen,;s Auxiliary met at the fire hall Thursday for noon luncheon. Those present were Mesdames Bob Stei· del Sr.,· Emerson Tarpcnning, Harry White, George Stephen· son,. Jack Hendicksen, Oliver Oma1t, .S. F. Kintz and Edward Flarinery. · Sympathy Deepest sympathy goes to the family of Algot L. Wiklund, long-time residents of Elk Plain, who died suddenly in Eureka, Calif. Funeral services were held April 23 at Mt. View garden chapel. S.ecret Pal Club The Secret Pal Sewing club met at the .home of Mrs. Geo. Stephenson. Present were Mesdames Jack Henricksen, Robe1't Rhone, Robert McCullough, Louis Symmons, Bob Steidel Sr., Emerson Tarpenning, Oliver Omat; Edward Flannery, Ted


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