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taken place in this area in the ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY last 35 years. 'I'hirty eight Master Masons were listed on ·the Certificate o1f Dispensation from the Grand Master .Fred.· Winkels as the petitioners forming the new ' 'L(jdge: ~Y have been patienk. ly \Vorldl\g. p~t til1e ma,ny .J;lrOb• lerns ~l}!C()Unt,eri=d in•· a. project oF such impor:fo.m:e .ov<:fr c.. fiti.'iod of 19 mon.ths. Master of tiie new .lodg~. wil} Any Time'.· .. be Neil Thomas of Clover :Oayor Night Creek, w1bio is a past Master. of FIRST' TO· OFFER Steilacoom Lodge No. 2, one of SAME • DAY SERVICE the Pioneer Lodges of Washington. Other Oftficers are: Or· .69% of all jobs received this year . were . completed the val French, Senior. Warden; same day. Lorien Buck, Junior Warden; Alfred Grodvig, Treasurer; Trav JIM'S RADIO Dryer, Secretary; A1fred Smith; Chaplain; Erwin Timm, Mar9920 PACIFIC AVE. shall; Douglass Fabry, Sr. Deacon; Ethan Nelson, Jr. Deacon; ADbert Lindgren, Sr. Steward; !Continued On Page 4)

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There 'IVill be .a spring fair at Bethel high SL1.lrool Friday evening, May .21, beginning at 5 c'clack. Detuils have been plan1wd and worked out by students By Malcolm Soine of the school, proceeds to go Three big events have been toward the tennis courts. (Continued on Page 4) planned tor aH the youngster cowpokes in attendance at the fourth annual Parkland Roundup June 10-13. Friday aHernoon, June 11, the youngsters under 16 will '.Tiount the bucking shetfand ;;xmies and provide furills galore 'or ·bo~h themselves and the ~udience in tihe first Round-up junior rodeo. Friday night, SheriH Tex and '1,is . entire Junction Jamboree gang invade the grounds for a ~rwo-hour western variety show. Saturday afternoon will present another "first" as far as • 'lound-up history is concerned. This "first" takes the. form of 'junior livestock show. It's open r.o individuals, 4-H members, and FFA members. The main emphasis will be on cattle, but ,ther projects (with the excep'.ion of hogs and pouHry). will 'llso be welcome. Tom Rafferty, noted. local cattleman, is in (Continued on Page 4)

Clover Creek post No. 118, American Legion, will hold. Memorial services at 11 a.· m. May 30 at lfue Spanaway cemetery, Commander Albert L. Harvey announced this week. "Let tis not forget this Mem, orial Day those who have made, and are now making the si.1preme sacrifice to keep our country strong and free," stated Commander Harvey .. The serv· ice wiU be. public and everyone is. invited i:o attend. The Auxiliary unit and Post will also be selling Legion Memorial poppies on May 2f and 22. 'rhc poppies are made by hos· pi talized veterans and the pro· ceds go for child welfare and assistance to families in need ..

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Insta!Iation of recently elect· ed ofificers will be the highlight of the meeting of Franklin Pierce Hi Booster club Tuesday evening, May 25, in tile high school cafeteria-auditorium. C. retiring Melvin McKenney,

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Toburen have announced the engagement of their daughter Donna M. Wiley to Arnold D. Peart, son O'f Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Peart of Tacoma. Arnold is in the Air To Walla Wi!Jla Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bix;by and Force and stationed at Mcfamily have moved to Walla Chord. Walla. Preschool Visits Father Central Avenue Preschool ;JV[rs. Ashrey Butler s.pent last will met this (Thursday) eve· ninig at 8 o'clock. Dr. Solberg weekend in Spokane visiting of PLC will speak on "Prob- her father and other relatives. lems Oil' the Pre-School Child." There will be installation ot COME TO THE PARKLAND the following officers: Presi- -ROUND-UP. JUNE ~0- 13

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One of the most colorful shows so far this year was sponsored Sunday by the Tacobat Grotto at the Tacoma Unit grounds. 'Phc King County Posse, Tacoma Lariel.tes and Pierce County Posse were on hand to lend color to the occasion, for the fine crowd that was in attendance. First place winners in each event were as follows: Open jumping, Duke, owned by Jack Caddigan and ridd.en by Jack Stecker; English pleasure, .Forest of Idaho, owned and ridden by Virginia Gunston; junior boot race, Jimmy Robinson rid· ing Candy; matched pairs, Val owned and ridden by Janette Erichsen and National Velvet owned imd ridden by Diane Lof. gren; road hack, Traveler awn• e.d and ridden by Iris Bryan; obstacle race, Rocket owned by Jean Caddigan and. ridden by Jack Stecker; musical chairs, Penny Rose owned and ridden by Carole Roslie; bareback relay, Pierce County Posse; pole bending •by teams, Carole Ros· (Crowd('d Out Last W!2ek) He, Jack Stecker, E.ddie Maz· Jim Paul, son of Mr. .and zuca, Roy M.cKasson; trailer Mrs. Frank Paul of Vickery race, Kent Enckscm, Dee Parr<iad, recently enlisted in the ham. U.S. Air Force and is taking his · Keep in mind the Memorial basic.training at La:ckland AFB, weekend ride which is always San .Antonio, Texas. sponsored by Tacoma Unit No. Gera1d Thiel, a clOse friend 1. We hear Vhere is a big dance o'f Jimmy's and also of Tacoma, scheduled for Saturday night. enlisted at .the same time<.and We hope to have details for you next we.ek. is also at Lackland. There will be a play day at the Valley Riding club June 6th starting at 1:00 p.m. Events are hoop race, jumping, match· ed pairs, pole bending, gaited class, stallion· in hand, music;;il ropes, .colts in halter,. bareback

sorfel cCilt whfo'h she named Of course things are shaping Selim. up for the. Parkland Round-up horse show. It won't be long now! Thursday night, June 10, is the night. Along the trail we saw the Times-Journal Team entering in pole bending in llie Grotto show . . . the 'I;acoma Lariettes practicing their square dance for the Round-up variety show . . . Catherine Compton celebrating the arrival of a

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Kapowsin Preschool

Mr. and Mrs. Eld Hoflfman

of Tacoma, sponsor of the club, will install tlrn following officers: Mrs. Edward Flannery, president; Mrs. Joe Barsotti, vice president; Mrs. Raymond Cor1bett, secretary; Mrs. Ernerson Tarpenning, treasurer. Mrs. A. J. Defresne and Mrs. M.A. Wutz will assist. . P-TA In. Final Meet An . atiraeL1w~, and .. colorful 1'.rogram was ~;ven. M~y 12. by Span_away P-l:A 111 1.ts fmal m_eetmg _of the year, with Clov.e1 Creel: post ~o. 118, American Leg10n puttmg on a safety feature and presenting patrol jackets and. caps to Vhe student patrol boys. <Mrs. Robert McKinnel presented Mrs. Clifif Anderson, retiring president, with her past president pin. Corsages were also given to Mrs. Anderson and other outgoing officers. Highlight of the evening was the announcement by Dick Frasier, school principal, of the winners of scholarship awards. Bob Miller, son of Mr. and Mis.• Reibert Miller, and Janet Mattsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mattlien, were the ones selected for the $50 scholar· ships; Refreshments were served by 8Uh grade :mothers of Mr. Burke's and Mr. Green's room. (Crowded Out Last Week) The Secret Pal Sewing club met at the home. of Mrs. l)on McLellan. Present were Mesdames Beulah Ballard, Bob Steidel Sr., Robert McCullough, George Step]1enson, Jack Henrickson, Edward•·Flannery, Ted O'Neill Sr., Lo1,1is Symmons, Oliver Omat and Harry White.

The regular monthly meet· ing of the Ladies Auxiliary will ;be 'held Thursday, May 27. Hostesses for the 12:30 potluck luncheon will be Mesdames Howard Selby, James Lonhart, Norman Hague, Sr., and L. R. Field. Guest speaker will be Mrs .. Lee Ganison, of Tacoma, organizer for the Capital Garden club. All :members and friends.are invited to attend. Dinner Guests Suri•day dinner guests at the home of Mr.. and Mrs: L. F. Field on East 72nd street v.cere Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wheelihan, of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs • Cat.her of Lake Louise. ·' . Head I nJury . . Ray L~s.ter suffered a h1'ad 1nJUry. while. at work last week, but 1s ai;::am able to carry on Wlth the JOb. Pleasant Outing ·Mr. and Mrs. John Folk and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Landon, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Everett Landon were among the many visitors a'board the USS Princeton during her re· cent visit to Tacoma. After a tour of the vessel, the party boarded the L. Everett Landon yacht "Landmark" for a cruise on the waters of Puget Sound. Other guests on the cruise were members of the graduating class of Annie Wright seminary. The day was climaxed with a dinner at the Richard Landon :home in Tacoma. Weekend Trip Mr. and Mrs. Royal Latterell and Mikey of Canyon roa.d and Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Peacock of Tacoma spent the weekend at Grand Coulee and Blue I..ake.

· Kapowsin Preschool held itS regularly scheduled meeting on May .14. Plans for the coming dance revue were discussed; Open house will be held in the kmdergarten room the week grandmother, Mrs. Annie Calk- of the 17th for those children ins, of Tacoma. Guests also in- who will he in the first grade in cluded Mr. Lester and Mr. thc fall to familiarize them with kir1dergartcn and school activ-

Officers installed by Mrs. Robert Shaw for the coming ye~r wcr:e: p 1:esident, Mrs.

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Well, Baby Clinic: The Parkland-James Sales Well Baby Clinic wil be held Thursday, May 27, in tJhe basement of. the Parkland Methodist church. This is the second to the last clinic to be hld belfore the summer riocess, and the last month that the doctor will be in attendance. In June t'he clinic will be open for immunization and vaccinations only. Mrs. Jam<os Hitch and Mrs. Charles Kent are 11he Preschool clinic chairmen. Giving the check-ups is Dr. Severs, and there are three registered oorses in at· tendance. Registration is. from . Mr. Frazer, principal of Sl;lan· 9 to 11. away school, received the jackets, whih "'.ere modeled by Lacamas members of the school patrol. . , He was also the speaker of the The Lacamas 4-!H clubs wish evening since Ofificer Mattson to thank everyone who helped of the Washington State Patrol to make their April dance a was unable to attend. huge success. There will be no dance at the Lacamas hall in May. The next 4-H meeting of Mrs. Logan's and Mrs. Erick· son's clu'b wil be held Monday, May 24, at 7:30 at the Erickson home.

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Open Eve. 'Til 8 p.m.

Parkland Plumbing &

have been elected:. President, Larry Graves; vice president, Pat McFarland; secretary, Russell Beals; treasurer, Donald Marr; reporter, Raymond Kempf; . recreatlon chairman, Jimmy Woolridge; refreshment chairman, Bobby McFarland. Mrs. Howard McFarland ls leader of this new group who ca:ll themselves the Midland 4-H Dairymen Dare Devils. At the last meeting, Donald Dowie demonstrated on "Tying the CaM Halter" and the members made a drift pin. Visit WSC Mr. and Mrs. Walter Corri· gan and Marlene and Pat and Mrs. Elmer Morud reyort hav' ing a wondet1ful weekend at Mother's day festivities at Washinirton State college at

AMERICAN ART CO. CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING OLD .MASTERS. AND MODERN PRINTS BRoadway 4327 6th Avenue 2046

Heating

UPHOLSTEIUNG

GR 3710 New Installations Repairing Pumps, H-0t Water Heaters, Washerll

Recoverln.g and Rel)ulldlnQ Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates FURNITURE AND RUG CLEANING

Sluggish Dralns Opened Shop Located at 710 South 120th

UP.HOLSTE RV 12814 Pacific Avenue GR 3201 Res. 8181

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their daughters, Beverly Mo~d and Beverly Corrigan, at Mc• Croskey Hall. The Corrigans were very proud of their Bev upon learning that she was tap. ped lby "Spurs", sophomore honorary, this past week for her high sdholastic standing, activities and personality. The new pledges were formally pledged in the Velvet room at Regents Hill and have to wear a sipur for one week as initiation. Orthopedic The Midland Orthopedic Guild met Tuesday noon at the Midland Community club hall with the new ;president, Mrs. Francis HuShek, presiding. Many reports were given, one on the successful plant and rummage sale held last mont!h, and many plans were discussed for the Guild projects for next fall. Hostesses were Mesdames Carl Taylor, Don Kemp and G. Lee Galyean. Here for Air Show Cpl. Gale Munsey of the USAF, whose unit participated in the recent air show at Mc· Chord Field April 30, May 1 and 2, was fortunate to be able to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Munsey, on Canyon Road, each evening while he was in town.

Mn. Karl Cordes Puyallup • 5 2511 (Crowded Out Last Week) Surprise Party <Mr. and Mrs. Roy Panter of Woodland road were entertain· ed in their honor at their home wltlh the members of the Pre· school as hostesses. The Panters are leaving for Arkansas the first pal't of May to make their new hotne. The evening was spent in games and at the close of the evening the couple were presented gi-fts from the group <l?d an autographed book. A light lunch was served, with Mrs. Smith Prock in charge. Those attending were Mes· dames Smith Prock, Allbert Brinkman, Joe Temus, Robert Shuster, John Haines, Clair Harrington, Victor Gawley, Arthur Harber, Walt Challend· er, Law.rence Minchau, Normah w:ard, Wa'lter West, Sidney Kmesdahl, John Hoffman and

Djrthday Party Chuc!\: Temus celebrated his .birthday with a big circus birthday party at his home on Cherry .street recently. The afternoon was spent in party games and the :erfreshments cai:ried out the circus theme. Children a:ttending were Charles Tommy, an<l David Harber. Mark Scott, Terry Fischer Rave Harshman, Richard Stark el, Mrs. Jack Fisher assisted Mrs. Temus. Entertains Mr. and Mrs. JD'hn Harber entertained a groUip of their friends at their .!home on Fruitl~nd avenue last Saturday evemng. Following and evening of cards, refreshments were serv· ed. Those present for the eve· ning were: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Root, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thornp-

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Salmon Fishing

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A Tool for Every Job across from Starlite Theatre 8322 $. Tac. Way LA 4112

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1750 9th St. S.W.. Puyallup

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RENT AL TOOLS and EQUIPMENT

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Page "I scin, ·. Mrt and Mrs. Bert Bad· rhursd M . ham, .Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas · ay, ay 20, 1954 Elsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill west· The TIMl!B-JOORN.AL man, Mr. an:d ,Mrs. Art Lincoln Heil, Ann T~plin, ?dliibel Lit· placing it ~fu a <»!fee bean. and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cordes, ton, Rose Andrain,. Lucille Tuck· and the hostess. · er, Virginia Tuttle, .Marie Rae, so it did down to zero . Neighborhood Club Clara Cook and the hostess. ~t night - ,that'll nothing. Ne1J?:}Jborhood club met at Mrs. Lucille Norvil and· Dar· the home of Mrs. Walter Chall· lene Heins are new members. Sheet .Metal .Work endar fqr their May meeting: Following an afternoon of SUCH EXTRAVAGANCE! Poultty &:. Pet Stock Bingo and games refreshments Cleveland, Ohio - A EqulpJ!!Mmt were served. Attending Mes· local merchant caused consider· dames were: J. C. Mullins a!ble coffilllent by removing the Special Attention J1'.arry Heil, Frank Wiggens'. diamond fl,'om his ring and re· to Bill Henn, Oscar Swalander, Special Equipment Walter Waller and Ronny Heil. Homecraft Club :0. ·1 H~me~ra~t club held their April. meeting at the home of Speclalildas In Childten'a . _ Mrs. John Lavik in Midland, '706 ST. HBLBN'S AVll.-MA GUiii G.Ranite 1311 Mrs. W. Kelly and Mrs. L. Ward LAJtllW&OD CBM'rllll ·. LA 41111 assisting. Present for the after- --------~....... ~. ; noon were Mesdames E. Adler, Bell Jordan, V. Brown, Helena

..That once-in-a-lifetime trip that we've been promising ourselves •sometime' is going to be a reality this time, thanks to the automatic savings plan we started at NBW in '51. For over three years now our bank has been transferring the amount we specified from our checking account to our savings account every month, and by summer we'll have accumulated enough to be on our way. I'm so glad we save at National Bank of Washington, where our dollars work for us, and where we can get t.ravelJers checks and letters of credit when.we~re r~dy for OW! ttip.

Basements, Backfills, Driveways, Clearing, Leveling, Etc. Fill Dirt - Gravel . Top Soil Dozers-Large and Small

Ph. Puyallup 5-2452 • 5·5487 - Estimates Cheerfully Given

FRIDAY NIGHTS

.BULL ZING 1

Leveling - Road Grading Landscaping & Back Fiiing Top Soil Large and Small Dozen

Frank Rearden GR. 5758

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Parkland Cycle & Key mm

RENT AlS ....

Lawnmowers - rotary-hand Bicycles !/:, Blk from PLC GR 57U

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EL'S FOR ONE WEEK STARTING FRI., YOUR 1941 PENNEY IS WORTH YOUR REGULAR 10% DOWN PAYMENT ON ANY MODEL GIBSON REFRIGERATOR, RANGE OR FREEZER·· AND MANY OTHER ITEMS IN OUR STORE

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You'll love the way the now Gibson practically hand$ you your food! Swing'r meat locker, full-width Swing'r shelf, 2 Swing'r crispers-Gibson's exclusive "swingout servers" swing right out to you. They keep your food so you can see it and get it, easy as can be!

You can do every kind of cooking job at once, with your Gibson Electric Range! No o~her range gives you a deep-well cooker ("Ups-aDaisy") plus two complete ovens. And just turn the dial ••. then "Ups-a-Daisy"! Up comes the deep-well cooker to become a fourth surface unit. · All surface units have 7 speeds·-at the push of a button. Choose your Gibson now and gets wonderful gift from your Gibson dealer!

Sure thing-this Gibson beauty has automatic defrost, too, and cross-top freezer, space-saving door rackseverything you ever wanted in a refrigerator! Get it now arid get a wonderful gift from your Gibson dealer!

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"Let 'er buck" is the cry that will .be ringing t:hrough the air for three days this year at. the Parkland Round-up. On Fridaya:fternoon, June 11, the junior cowboys take over in a full -.fledged rodeo for kids sixteen ·and under. .This event is open to all youngsters in the age ·group and entry blanks will be printed in forthcoming issues of this <pa'Per. On Saturday and Sunday a'1lternoons the. big cowiboys take over in an exciting two-day amateur rodeo. The events include saddle bronc, bare back calf roping,. w~ld cow milking, cutting horse, and brahma bull riding. A four-hundred dollar pur'Se has •been added to the entry fees in order to draw in more and better cowboys for the :two-day show. Elmer Galble, rodeo chairman, promises thrills galore for all in attendance at each rodeo.

The ·Clover . Creek . P-TA, sponsors of tile Cub Soouts wish. to oflfer tileir congratulations to tlhe CUib ·Scouts, their Den Mothers and the CUb Scout. commititeemen for the Blue Ribbon award received for tlheir Indiancraft at the. Scout eJGPOr sition on April 30 at the CPS field house. Clover Creek is definitely on the map With its tl1ree Scout units: The Explorers, Boy Scouts and Gub Scouts, each of which brought home a Blue R1Mlon from the exposi'tion.

Concordia 4-H "Cake Decorating" was the theme for the May 8 meeting of Concordia 4-H dub, each member bringinig a cake to decorate. The cakes. were given to the mothers as Mother's Day

Get Your Round-Up Button Here And While Your At It Latch Onto Some Of These BARGAINS

Elk Plain 4-H The Elk Plain Girls' 4-H club

met May 10 at the home of Mary Ann Sahli. Beverly Dar· ling ·read a "thank you" note for bhe club leader. Mrs. Mcswain for the flowers and trivett she had given the club. Nyda Sartain led in the song, "I Like It Here." 'I1he girls discussed a hobo dance and Pauline Darling, May Phillips and Nyda Sartain were .chosen as the commiHee on arrangements, to report at the next meeting, Plans were also made for a candy sale later. Ellen Clark and Sharon Shannon to be in charge.

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Call GR 7281 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SALE Promising students unable to qualify for scholarships are sometimes forced to forego their higher education through lack of .funds. A Sun Life College Policy will provide a guaranteed "scholarship" to take your son through college. Ensure your son's Juture .....:. call me today.

1112 Ton Flat Bed, Chevrolet ...................... $295 11;2 Ton Flat Bed Chevrolet ...................... $395 21/2 Ton Dia. T. Tractor ················"$895 Ton C.O.E. Van 2 Ton Flat Bed & Dump Mack 6-Wheel L.F.S.W. 10 :OOX22 Tires :ji4995 Pick-ups & Panels 1 T9 Inter. Dozer 1 Pup Trailer

2 Semi Trailers 1 Bus

1 Single Axel Log Trl. 2 Houses · 100' Hiway :Frontage Wire Recorder If We Don't Have It

We'll Get It. Call GRanite 8309

LUCKY SALES

, New Bank Bldg. Parkland

FREE . T.V. & Radio Tube Testing 12503 Waller Rd.

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PARKLAND ROUNDUP To Be Awarded Sat. June 5th

No Contest to enter. No letter to write .. Just sign your name each time you .. make ,a. purchase at

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G.l.'s NEED a home .notll;,ing down'! i<OTOVATING, ~3.50 an hour, $5.00 Haye several m different lominimum; H. L. Worley, GR 6297.1 cations, two and tl1ree bed3ctf 1 rooms. If you need help on coNCRETE-wAiis, wAr.K:S.~~tios, ifinancing, call Charlie Fulwilfoundations; landscaping; free cstim· er, I-II 9579. ates; call K & 0 Contractors, GHanite

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SPltING PLOWING, di~~i~~ and tilling: ' manure spreading; GR 8492. 3c'1 '.1'WNMOWERS G. d't~1g, L app1ng,, . r.n · !!epamng. P1ck·up & Delivery. Power, Hand. Rotary. New and Used. PARK· LAND CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. ·------Jctf LANDSCAPING: bulldozing, rorovaring; rop soil and fertilizer by sack, yard or

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'Va.ting; light blade work. Free esrim· satisfact~on guaranteed; PR 3902,

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3 BEDROOMS in each unit, all on ground floor, plus 14 acre of good ground, all for $3250.00 with $1500.00 down, balance on contract. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

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New 3-Bedroom Rambler

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$65.00. Can be seen at the 'l'unll!S· Journal. tires (white sidewalls) radio, heater, l-iydromatic, HA 15:; 3, till 9 p.m.

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SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED--Contents hauled away. Don Redford, 8232 So.

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SPAN AW A Y ELECTRIC CONTRACT· ING; house wiring, new and old. Call us about Thcrmoray Radiant Electric heat; GR 7064, .175th at Pacific, Span· away. 3ctf

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ca.lity to save moving expense. Easy terms or cash. For information write Tallman Piano Stores, Inc., Salem, Oregon. 15c37 .. __ ,,_ ·-·TAP, ACRODATIC, BALLET classes. All ages, Mildred Keller, GR 7881.

·- SPOT CASH FOR Yot,JR USED FURNITURE I Piece or f-!ou•e Full Block's Furnuure MaTt 8219 So. Tacoma Way LA 2882

-· - ·-- - - ----- . -- 1'ctf FOR SALE Boys and girls bicycles, ~25 each; GR '577. 15ctf - -- '---·· ... ..., ._,_ or 5!" t. • ox ~ ' CEDAR FENCE PO. STS-Round or I' Bob Howard, Fredrtckson. J6c36 spht, any length, 3 k and up, deliver• FOR SAI;E Western .•~ddle, blanket

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WHIPPING CHEAM 80c a quart; GR 8147.; 2722 E:tst 112th St. 15p36

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PARKWAY FURNITURE, 141st & Pccific Ave., GR 3941; OPEN TILL 9. 15c36

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NO. 57955 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~ WANTED TO BUY Household ·· 15~tf •how; BR 8616. 16cJ6 JN THE MATT.ER OF THE fLlcniture, garden tools, baby furni--.,- ··- - - - - - - -- ··--··----------ESTATE OF IRENE P . ...,a ture, B IX J Trading Post, HI 7374. FOR SALE H" Crosley Table Mod· HAV£ YOUR CABINETS 8328 So. Parle c836 el T.V. $6,, 307 So. 106th, GR 3563. NASH. Deceased. ..,_.----· " " - - - - - - Dp36 Notice is hereby given that D:: (;ASH for Rototiller, must be in good - - - - .. - - · - ' - - - - - - , - - . CUSTOM condit.on. Ca.11 I. C. Beck.with, Roy : CHILD CARE-Day or week in my t'he undersigned has been ap· Al No Extra Cost 29R6, Roy, Tisch Road. 8p36; home. GR 8810. 15 pointed and has qualified as RHONE'S CABINET SHOP Executor of the above entitled ATTENTION LOGGERS-We carry • 161st &. Park Avo. good stock of Chippewa, Danner and 11 'estate; that all persons having Currin caulk boots, priced from $19.50 'I·. Qftanlte 3342 I claims against said deceased are to $ 3 7. ~ 0 for the top Currin boot. ~-"i 9 hereby required to serve the SALE - G.I. equity in 2-bedroom Ma.kc this your caulked boot and work · me. Parkland area. $1800. Present shoe headquarters and be sure of qual· ' same, duly verified, on said mortgage G.I. 4o/o at $54 per month. ity at a fair price. Keith's Shoe Shop Arthur S. Na&h or his attorneys Call GR 8647. 9ctf I 0950 Pacific Ave. near the Bank A-1 of record at the address below 1 'c37 H(lmes in Parkland Communstated, and file the same with ' Acreage close In, either EGGS & CREAM for sale. GR 3720. the Clerk of.said Court, together I Rear-Ends with proof of such service,' Tl'ansmissions or without buildings. Dp37 FOR SALE Used doors: sizes 2'6"x G.ood Tires witl1in six months after the date 6'8" to 3'6''x6'8"; reasonable: LA of first publication of this notice Brown Realty 3023, GR 7269. 15p37 GR 3445 or the same will be barred. 11220 Pacific Ave. 13818 Pacific Ave. FOR SALE Ameril:an Perfection B· Dale of first publication May fI.,t cor:iet; also Explorer Scout uni· Office-Days. GR 3341 20, 1954. form, :iize 16 or 18, little wornj GR

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NO. 57925 NOTICE TO CREDITORS FOR SALE - Used re'{rigerators; guar· EX.PER.IENCED adult baby sttt·e·r; GR anteed; from $49.95 up. SILER'S, IN THE MA TIER OF THE _8340.____________ 14ctf 11230 Pacific Ave., GR 8634. I 5c36 ESTATE OF HOWARD M. LAWNMOWER sharpening; saw filinci; work guaranteed; corner Walle'i· :1nJ CHILD CARE in my home; 5 years RIDOUT, Deceased. old or ovcrj Rt. 1, Box 290-K, Span· 1 FOR SALE New 1954 17" _Olympic Collins; GR 7687. 3ctf away. l4c36 table model, $149.95: full watTanty, Notice is hereby given that SMITH CABINET SHOP-Remodelin_,, 19-tube chassis. SILER'S, 11230 Po- the undersigned has been ap· / cific Ave., GR 8634. l 5d6 kitchen cabinets; we sell glass; 16309 CHILD CARE, 3 years or over; have pointed and has qualified as playmates; Parkland District; GR So. Pork, Spanaway; GR 7949. 3ctf 4 87ll?. l crf FOR SALE New 21" Olympic con· Administratrix of the above enWANTED Ironing to do in my sole TV, 20-tube chassis; special titled estate; that all persons )428. 14c36 $199.95; full warr.mty. SILER'S, having claims against seid deACE SEPTIC TANK ·1 home·' GR ----· 11230 Pacific Ave., GR 8634. l 5c36 ceased are hereby required to BABY SITTING Call GR 4866 SERVICE evenings. 14c3G FOR SALE Ust'd TV; 17" Westing· serve the same, duly verified, Septic Tanks Cleaned house consolette, only ,$119.95; guar· on said Florence M. Ridout or anteed satisfaction or entire price 3P· her attorneys of record at the GR 4343 plied on new ,set. SILER'S, 11230 c.ddress below stated, and me Pacific Ave., GR 8634. 15_c36 HI 5058 O. IS. ACKLEY the same with tl1e Cler"k of said 2 CORDS green upland slah, ~14; GR 3306. 15ctf i FOR SALE Wood & coal range, Court, together with proof of LAWN MOWER Sharpening. A. A. white enamel; good. shape, $24.95 i such serviee, within six months Equipment Rentals; 3 804 Paci'fic Ave. SILER'S, 11230 Pacific Ave., GR a:fter the date of first publica· HI 6193. 3ctf j PARKLAND FURNITURE - New and used miscellaneous; Airport & Pacific 8634. 1 'c36 tion of this notice or the same Ave.; Re•idencc Phone GR 3748. 15af LAWNMOWER Sharpening & Repair. will be barred. ing. Free pick up and delivery in Lab's Chickens and rabbits. Call FOR SALE 6 year cnb, $9; Detecto , , , area. Phone LA 8002. 3ctf WANTED us before you sell. Cope'• Poultry baby scales, $5: GR 3420. l 5c36 Date of first publ!cat10n May Market, 7036 Pacific Ave., Tocoma, 13, 1954. Wash. HA 4406. !)ctf L · ' t ravnx ~ ' Wanted ----~---·· · - - - - - · 1ves t oc 1 , . Ad m1ms of sa1'd E state 0 SPECIAL ORDER CAKES-Pl1one GR FLORENCE M. RIDOUT 3330, P.uy Anu Bakery, 15ctf . . 3805%. So. Yakima Ave. OPPORTUNITY w ____ _ _ CASH for milk cows, beef, heifers, veal T W I· For a mature man or woman to get into and hogs. Call R. Thackeray collect, acoma, as ungton. the nation's highest income bracket. LEAVE FILM AT Quality Photo Serv· ice for de.vdoping. In at io, out at 5. Puyallup 5-5414. 16ctf STERBICK & STERBICK For interview, contact Mr. Parker, 230 9610 Pacific Ave. Dctf ·· -·· ~·--· 1 Security Bldy., Tacoma, 10 to 12 a.m. ... ·---· · - GELDING FOR SALE-Very good rid· Attorneys for Estate 5c38 ing horse; phone Sumner 3-3251. 16ctf ,. 3805¥.: So. Yakima Ave. BANK RUN GRAVEL $6 for ~ yads delivered; loading 'Oc per cubic yard. CHILD CARE in my home; high schoo' Canyon Road pit; WA 7902. 1'ctf CALL~;M RAffERTY ~R-~~;,: H".;'3 . Tacoma, Washington. girl or older woman; swing shift; GR your agent for Powd~r River Catt!~ Published in The Times-Journal 5861 fcfore 3:30 p.m. 5c36 PIA,?:10 BARGAIN. Will s~ll •: sacSqueeze Chute. I 6p46tf May 13 20 27 1954

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START WITH A FOUNDATION CLOSE to Pacific Ave. on 124th St. 3 lots. A concrete foundation is already poured for you to build. Mr. Inloes.

NEW HAMPSHIRE CHICKS, 18c; 100 Ann Bakery. Airport Road &: Pacific or over, 17c; MIDGARD POULTR>." Ave, l 5ctf FARM &; HATCHERY, Roy. Mile east of McKenna. l 3ctf FOR SALE 21" Raytreon full door radi_o·T-V combination, repossessed; HAY BALING-It's that time again; was $479.95, now $299.95; take over call Viv Selle, Groham 7-2127. 13ctf payments at $14.50 per month. SILER'S, 11230 Pacific Ave., GR 8634. l 5c36

eral landscaping service. New lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, rockeries. Noth.ng down, 36 months to pay. GR

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2Y2 ACRES - WALLER ROAD 3 BEDROOM home, garage and workshop. Good soil. City lig.hts and water. Close to bus. A very good buy at $7250. Good terms. Mrs. Miner.

GOOD RYE HAY-,Oc per bale. La· Crosse~ Rt. 7. Box 581, Fredrickson Road. lfrtf I FOR SALE; -

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ESTATE INSURANCE REAL Bill Dlack GR 3272 - Mr. Inloes HA 2547 Eves <S'/). 12609 Pacific Ave. Office Phone: GRanite 4148 A.co

HAY Dry land alfalfa, grass hay ~ 1 per bale. Delivery cnn ·be arranged. Will take livesto,ck in trade. Second

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TRADE - TRADE - TRADE WIDOW wants a 1 or 2 bedroom home on 1 or more acres in Summit, Spanaway or Parkland area for a 2 bedroom home on 54th St. Mr. Loring.

JAMES Mt~

G.I. 2 DEDROOMS G.I. NICE home on beautiful corner lot wit11 separate garage. Oil circulator and electric range included. Close to Pacific Ave. and 52nd street. A hargain at $7250. Mr. Loring.

13-Farm Ads house past Roy nyu on

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lO ACRES timber, near Loveland. $2400 cash. Inloes l l/2 ACRES East of Spanaway, $1500. Black. 4 ACRES, creek and lake, 90Lh .St. $2400. $l:i00 down Inloes. 5 ACRES, Summit district. $2850. Black.

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SOUTH 173RD - 3 BEDROOM Closing Costs Only - G.I. JUST WEST of Pacific. Lovely large rooms, fireplace, full basement, auto. hot air furnace. Garage and workshop. Owner-1built, A-1 materials. You have to see the interior to appreciate this beautiful home. Bill Black.

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TANK CLEANING SEPTIC TANKS - CESS POOLS CLEANED Contents Hauled Away HI 3980 HA 7038

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Insurance of All Kinds Notary Public Est. in Parkland Since 1941 GR 7232 days 208 Garfield Street "Deal with the people who give you their own personal attention."

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11302 Pacific Avenue

Parkland ·Realty Co.

WORK, plowini_;- discing, work; Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf

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SUBURBAN REALTY

Jennie L. Grodvlg

work; free estimates; Walsh Construction. Co., HI 1329. concrete

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I · 16311 McKinley Ave. HI 9579 \VB BUILD HOMES, remodel. lovol Member of buildings; cabinet work, concrete work. Tacoma Real Estate Board Reasonable. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf

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$3300.00 WHY RENT? Immediate possession. 3 rooms and 3 piece bath. Some furniture included. 1 block Lo bus. Easy terms. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579.

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A. C. Edwards; 7202 Park Ave. HA 9997. 3ctf

OLDER 5-bedroom home on 3 lots. Will make good family home. Only $7450.00 wiU1 $750.00 down on contract~ Call Helen O'Brien GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

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Thursday, May ~o,>:i.9i54 The TIMES-JOURNAL

llins News High Kick

Fresh· Creamery

BUTTER

Mrs. E. F. Curtis

Make-lt-Yourself11 Style Show Tonight 11

GR 7706 The Collins P-TA will meet this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock in the school gym. A very interesting musical program has been planned with the 1st grade mothers as hostesses. Camping Trip The .5t11 grade of Collins school, with the teacher, ·Mr. Fulkerson, and several of the parents, le.Dt Saturday morning .for a weekend camping trip to Lake Quinault, returning home Sunday evening. Lap~;;'Jki:-ir'~aS>~r~Th;-~t;;Ie show will follow. An informaJ."sociaL.hour will conclude the evening. Hostesses will be Mrs. David Freeman, chairman; Mrs. Boyd Dickinson, Mrs. Lawrence Hultengren and Mrs. James Hitch.

PINEAPPLE

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69c Cat

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Nabisco

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Ritz Crackers

33c

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The 1954 summer school will may be new. be conductf'd again by memThe, summer school affords bers of the faculty. The session an opportunity particularly for will . last from June. 14 until the following types of students: August 6, eight weeks. those who wish to make up The period of work is sched- credits because of illness or failuled from 8 a.m. until 12 ·noon. ure; those \\nho wish to lighten Students are not required to the regular load so that they stay the full time, but may may have rnorP time for other leave at the completiou. of their activities; those who wish to take subjects for which tbey course period. Elementary subjects usually have no time in regular school; taught are: Arithmetic, English and those who wisih to utilize and Sp("lling clown to and in- foeir time in worthwhile study. Tui lion will· be $12.50 per cluding t:he second grade. Hign School subjects usually taught sc:mes 1 cr credit. Students interare: English, History, Math., ested should contact the high Typing, and possibly ·a Driver school office for registration and Training course may .be added. information not later than June call GRanite 8652. Other classes will be formed 1st Bus transportation will be for which a su:Dficierit number uf pupils register. Students may provided from the various elect two subjects, tihercby com- schools ·in the Franklin Pierce pleting two semester credits of district at tile cost of 10c a work, either or both of which fare. -----'--'-----------------------., FRANKLIN PIERCE SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION June 14th to August 6th, 1954

Name of· Student .................................................... •·Grade.....:......... Phone.... '······-·-· ReguI~rly

Attended:

Bethel No. 23, Order of Job's Daughters, will have public installation ceremonies May 22 at 8 p.m. in the Fern Hill Masonic Temple, 84Uh and Park avenue, the theme being "Sweet Sixteen." Miss Rosalie Rosso, daughter of Mr. and !\1rs. Stanley Rosso of Parkland, will be installed as honored Queen. Members anc! guests will be welconfcd by Guai'dian Mrs. Arlhur Vetter and Associate Guardian Stahley Rosso. Other girls to be installed arc Sharon Hodges, Marcia Cline, Frances Gates, Louise Duffey, Sonja Pixley, Gloria Kreger, Marvinc Cline, Linda Davidek, Susan Corlett, Nancy Bergh, Judy Hawkins, Margaret Oswalt, Marilyn Vetter, Marla Machityre, Ba11bara Blair, Kay Saine, Marsha Hodges, Donna Swanson, Georgia Lovelace, Ann /Clinton, Carol Stedham and Fern Russell. Music will be by the Franklin Pierce trio, composed of Marilyn Krumm~ Diana Brown and Jo Ann Hanson, accompanied by David Sanncrud. Assisting_ for the reception wiH ,be Mesdame1;i J. D. Spence, Leol;J!ard Jl,osso, Roy Kreger, Virgil Bergh, John Blair, David Swanson ahd F. W. Hodges and Mjss l\farilyn Rosso.

Mother-Daughter

Note: No refunds or change of schedules after June 1Gth. All fees payable in advance.

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JUSTIN NOC ONO TEXAS RANGER BOOTS

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Hi Podner! Go Wes tern for the Parkland Round-up

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SIMON'S 8606 So. Tacoma Way across from Richfield Towc:r on Hiway 99

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24 Oz.

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BANQUET STYL:E DILLS Nalley's "drisp Fresh"

7 Oz. Bag

3lc

POTATO CHIPS Nalley's • Your Choice

12 Oz.

SWEET or HAMB. RELISH 2/35c PINK GRAPEFRUIT, Indian River _______ .4/25c ORANGES, Florida, best for juice, lb ......... 7c ONIONS - RADISHES, bunch --·-·--·-·- ----··-· 3c Sturdy Healthy Flowers and Vegetable Plants Priced Right Stock - Rabbit - Poultry Feeds FRESH ASPARAGUS now is the time to buy it by the Box for Canning Give us your order by Friday Night • We Will Have It Fresh For You Saturday

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Prices Effective Thurs.' Noon, .Fri. & Sat., May 20, 21, 22

ASST. LUNCH MEAT o • • lb. 49c SKINLESS WIENERS • • • lb. 45c CORNED BEEF, Sugar Cured lb. 37c SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET GRanite 8215 NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S Prices Effective Friday &. Saturday, May 21st, 22nd

BON OED BRAKE SHOES ••• Full Set $7.95

·wAR on MUFFLERS ·& PIP FR.EE INSTALLATION

If you need a tail pipe or muffler, buy it here and we will put it on your car'At NO CHARGE

HONDLE1 S AUTO PARTS & SERVICE HAwthorne 4857

8412 Pacific Ave .

luster Tile

A work-horse rotary mower d1at ha5 power plus and iS built to las1. Cuts a full 20'" swath through '"' h aviest grass •.. rrims 10 wal 1, and trees with either side. I-las "''justable curring heights . . . heavy g!'loge steei baSe ..• ex era large h. ·• rear ·whcds 0

. . ; heavy duty Oilire hearings. Choi.cc of Briggs & Srra11on or powerful Pioneer Z h.p. engine. Leaf mulcher attachment available.

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MODESTLY P~l.CED AT

$10.00 Trade-In On Your Old Hand Mower

HA 9607 82nd & Pacific

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Parkland Theater Now Playing The Long, Long Trailer Lucile Ball - Desi Arnaz Plus

Saavia Cornell Wilde BoVh in Technicolor

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EVERYTHING AUTOMOTIVE

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SPECmAL , Tub Area, 3 Walls, 48 Inches High CERAMIC TILE $75.00

Other Rotary Models Starting at $39.95

29c

StandbyWhole Kernel 303

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BATH ROOM AND KITCHEti SPECIALISTS

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STETSON HATS

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Also Budweiser - Rainier • Heidelberg at Popular Prices

Rosalie Rosso New Job's Da~ghter Head

The Ladies' Guild of Trinity Lutheran church is holding the annual mother-daughter banquet at the church Friday evening, May 21, at 6 o'clock. Mrs. W. C. Schnackenberg will be toastmistress.

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SPAM

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GENUINE DILLS, Olympic, %-gal. ------·-- 63c MAYONNAISE, Shurfine, 24-cz ................ .49c

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ORANGEADE 2/ PORK & BEANS, Van Camps, 21/z ........ 2/47c

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BATHROOM TISSUE, Royal Arms, roll 4/29c KEN L BISCUIT, 25-lbs. --·-·----·-·----·---···-$3.29

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Summer School Scheduled In Franklin Pierce District Flat Tin

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These high stepping dancers are among those to be featured in the Mildred Keller dance revue at the Kapowsin Grade School on Friday, May 21. Left to right, they are: Kay McGee, Corinne Wedmark, Corene Croghan, Joann Atwood, Linda Holt, Barbara Cook, Sally Hanson, Lorinda Green, a'nd Carol Mills. "Here Comes the Circus" is the theme of the dance revue to be sponsored by the Kapowsin Preschoi::JI. Proceeds from tick·ets and the sale of pie, coffee, candy and pop will go into the Preschool fund. · Photo by McKewen

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•Parkland P-TA. will present a "make-it-yourself" style show this (Thursday) evening in the everywh~~ school auditorium. EveryUhing 11hown'as modeled will have been m·ade America'll at home. There will be a great finest · variety of styles and sizes, motGor~en Cultivator h~rs .arrd daughters showing for small 011d become· apparel for all occas· medium. Gardens ions. Incidental. music will be llot!tJ-Culler Attochme11t furnished by students of Park(for culling lawns, . t~ll land school. gro$$, high weeds, etc,) $40.00 •Mrs. Travers Dryer will pre· Come irfand ask us side. for. the regular' b~sin~ss fora demonstratioQ session of, 1Jhe group, begmmng ofthe efficiency ~t. 7:30. o clock. ~here will b.c and usefulnes$ of mstalation of officers, all tile present of1ficers having · been the ROTO·HOE re-elected. They are: Mrs. Travers Dryer, president; Mrs. Buck & Sons Clarence Berger, !first vice Tra.c:tor Co. president; Mrs. Al Turner, 114 Puyallup Ave. MA 4117 second vice president; Mrs. Carl COME TO THE PARKLA~D Colton, secretary; Mrs. Frank ROUND-UP. JUNE 10· 13

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Jean Pdwell-Gordon McCrea BoU1 Features in Technicolor

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SIDEWALL SHAKES 18" VG Painted Shakes ·-·----·-··-----·-··$9.95 Complete. . Un-dercourse & Nails

-------18" Mixed Colors. Need Repainting .... $7.95 Sq. --·-···---

Complete • Un·dercourse & Nails

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$2.40 Bdi.

Natural Reject Spakes Hurry! While It Lasts!

4'x6' 3/,,. " Plywc.ocl

4'x8' .Insulation Board Ivo~y

Finish

$3.60 sheet

$1.92 sheet

Step L~dders 4 Ft. --·----···--------$3.E;9 5 Ft. --·-·--·-·----·---$4.49 6 Ft. --·-·----···------$5.39

Cedar Pickets 1x4 3' -·-··-------10c ea. 1x4 31/2' -·----·-12c ea. 1~4 4' ____________ 14c ea.

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Times journal v 9 no 36 may 20, 1954  
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