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Tickets are ~ow on sale at various local business estalbHshments and at the five main ticket agencies for nhe 195-1 Parkland Round-up. --A single ticket has been made availruble which entities the bearer to one admission to any one o.f the f al lowing events: 1-Sheri!ftf-Tex Jamboree, Friday, June 11, 8 p.m. in the PLC Gym. 2----Rodeo, Saturday afternoon, June 12, 2 p.m. at the Roun!d-up grounds. 3--Dance, SaJturc1ay evening, 9 p.m., June 12, at Breseman's $.panaw<J.y Pavilion. 4--Rodeo, Sunday afternoon; June 13, 2 p.m. at the -grounds. Tickets for these events are $1.25 for aduHs and 50c for students and children, 16 and under_ Horse show and .Junior R'O'deo ticlmts 'vill be sold only at the gate. Price tor the horse show, Thursday evening, June 10, is $1.00 for adults and 50c tor students. Junior Rodeo, Friday afternoon, 1:00 p.m. is only 50c for adults and 25c for stu-

Builders of Homes a

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P~ans for the big July Fourth celc1bratioIJJ at Spanaway are getting under way, v.ith two candidates for Queen chosen in each of the four Bethel district communities. Candidates are: Elk :Plain, Barbara Burrington and Joyc·e Loveland; Kap{)IWs'in-Graiham, Benny Er· ickson and Bonnie Winters; Roy, Judy Lyons- and Patty Thompson; Spanaway, Joy Barsotti and Peggy Reynolds. Ballot tickets wiH be availa:ble to a:ll merchants of , the area. Distdbution and information wiH highlight the meeting this (Thursday) Pvening at 8 o'clock at the Spanaway fire hall and thereafiter by calling Bill Righetti, GR 4100; Herman Fuchs, GR 8213; George King, GR 8215.

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Emergency Calls Page Feature of New Directory

The __ Alder Commrunity club, structivc. program cover'ing the sele_cted the fo1lowing new of- past tiwo yea)'S. ficers for the coming year. Carl The regular Friday potluck Rotter, president; llfrs.··charles has bee'.1 postponed in favor of Cam]jbell, vice president;• Mrs. a potluck picnic at the Alder Carl Rotter, treasurer; Lloyd cemetery at noon Sunday, DecIn an. efifort to speed com- Gi1bert, secretary. The outgo- .oration Day. Coffee will be munications during emergen- ing officers were commended furnished. cies, Tacoma telephone subscrihers shouild take time to WrFte in the telephone numbers of their flire and police agencies in. 1thc space provided on _the Emergency Calls page when they .receive their June 1954 .DIRECTORY telephone directory. Wear YoMr Round-Up "F1re anct police officials in INSURANCE 'the city and county have enButt.cH1 Proudly. dorsed this change and join CLAY ROLEY AGENCY with us in urging each subBuy A Button Today. 98th and Portland Avenue scni1ber to jot down his individGR. 8501 _,,___ lrnrest 50c In Parkual fire and police number. To borrow a slogan, 'The number land's Fll!lture. ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY you write down may save your life or property,' " M. J. Sulli8201 Park Avenue Buttons on Sale Here van, Manager, stated. Phone HA 2342 The Washington State patrol telephone number has been included on the fo~~hcoming is(Continrued on Page 8)

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Summit News Mrs. M. S. Rau Mrs. Maybelle Bibby and daughters, Mrs. Barbara DeBois and daughter and Mrs. Marjorie Simon and children, have returnN! home after a trip to Long Beach, Calif., where l2iey visited another daughter, Mrs. Mildred Tippie, and family. They drove lo San Diego to visit cousins and, on their way

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home, spent a day with the aJbout 38 years ago. There were Howard Martins in Oregon. ·no known rel:atives. Mr. Sanborn Passes Sympathy The many friend.s of Tom SanFriends of the Donald Wilblilrn will be grieved to learn sons extend deepest sympathy of his death last week at the on the death of an infant daughhome of friends in Orting; bur- ter, Sindy Lee, May 16 in a ial was in Mountain View ceme- Tacoma hospital'. She is surtery Friday. Mrs. Sanborn pas· vived by a sister, Shayna; sed away several years ago. grandpar,,nts, Mr. and. Mrs. B. Mr. SanJborn, 83, had been ill Il'J:cPherson of Tacoma and Mr. for several months. The family and Mrs. Glen Wilson of Sumcame to Summit from Montana mit. Graveside snrviccs were held Tuesday in Mountain View Memorial parlL Young Steers

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Canyon Road News Mrs. K. W. Struensee GR S742 Today, Thursday, is the day for the IJadies Auxiliary meet· ing. Pot luck luncheon at 12:30. AH mem'bers t!hat are interested in forming a gar'clen dub will enjoy hearing guest speaker Mrs. Lee Garrison, organizer of the Capital Garden clu'b. Rummage Sale Another reminder to ca!l Mrs. Selby, GR 6422, to pick up your articles for the coming rummage sule, Se.ptember 9, 10 and 11. Family Dinner Piierce County .Road district No. 1 Ladies Auxiliary were hostesses a ta pot luck family dinner at the Canyon Road Community hall Saturday, May 22. Dinner was served to 52

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Guild wm meet June 3 at 12:30 at th<:" home of Mrs. C. S. Fyn'boe witfri Mrs. W. F. Daniels as co-hostess·. Members are reminded o.f tht~ while elephant sale which will! foHe>w the luncheon and business hour.

TO" WE Will BE OPEN

VELVEETA

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Newcomers Mr. and Mrs. James Niquette arrived from Long Beach, Gali· fornia, last week and will cs: laiblnsh theiir home in Parkland. Mr. Niquette was dJscharged from the U.S. Navy May 11.

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1 Block North of Airport on Canyon Road

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carmack, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barrett attended the I<'oreslers dance at ValhaHa Temple Saturday, May 22. Tlw guests enjoyed square dance exhibitions and

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Guests last week al the home of Mr. and J¥Irs. Wesley Niquette on 8-1lh and Canyon road .were his nieces, Mrs. George Shaw from Corvalis, OrC'gon,

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guests. Following the dinner the guests enjoyed viewing pictures shown by Mrs. L. R. Field on her recent trip to the East Coast, and the remainder of the evening was spent playing bingo.

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and s.. L. 13wenson, Seattle. Mrs. J. q. K. Preus, Minneapolis, Minn., Will receive a doctor of letters degree. Music for the occas'ion will be furnished by the "Choir of the West" under the direction. of Prof. Gu1111ar J. Malmin. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday morning, May 30,

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Sheet Metal Work

Nina Ayers was hostess to the members of the Midland 4-H Clover club Tuesday eve-· ning, Janel Spearman presid~ ing. Minutes were read by the secretary, Valeria Boombardier, and a health reporl was given by Mary Townsend. Plans were disc.ussed for the coming State 4-H Camp at Washington State ·coHege, June 7 through June

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'.Dhe hangman tightened tQ1e knot and asked the condemmed golfer if he had anything to say· before being hanged. "Yes, I'd like to take a couple of practice swings."

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day horse show .to be held July an'Cl the free world. 31st and Augllst 1st at Tacoma "If we are to keep faith with Unit grounds. those valiant soldiers who have given their lives that our · na• tion would remain free and that our God-given rights woulci be preserved, then we as a people must prepare ourselves. to ob.lit" era te the sulbver&ive elementJ1 By Phyllis Blackstone at work within our 4th Dist. Publicity Chmn. Mr. Linder and Mrs. i:s1acJ;;s1,~14e Members of Parkland Unit said. "Therefore, on t:his and Post No. 228, The Ameri- orial Day let us all as can Legion, will take part in of Parl-0lanrl join in the the local observance of Memor- ance and renew faith with ial Day, James Linder and beloved dead to rededicate Phyllis Blackstone, Memorial lives to freedom and Chairmen, announced tod'ay. peace.•' The Ameriican Legion's plans fgr the observance include a Memorial service at the .Park· land War Memorial across from 'RURAL the Parkland Grade school. Services begin at 10:30 a.m., GARBAGE Monday., May 31. The public is invited. SER.VICE Memorial Day, the day when Serving Parkland, Lak{>· the nation honors its war dead, wood, Midland, Summit, dates from 1868, the chairmen Spanaway & Lakeview pointed out. General John A. Pierce County Permit Logan, then Commander-inchief of the Grand Army of the Republic, issued the order designating May 30th as a day for "strewing flowers or otherwise decorating the 'gmves of soldiers who died in the defense of 1 their country-." vVorld War I and II, gave Memorial Day an added significance. ']'h)e Korean Conflict added still more in its struggle against Communist domination. Now Memorial Day means more than just honoring tile Watch war dead. It means that the men and women on the battlefield TELENEWS DIGEST are not the only ones responsible for protecting the country

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South 59th & J LOVELY 2 bedroom spacious bungalow; washer and dryer included. Closing cost to vet. Ca11 Helen O'Brien, GR 8638, GR 3558.

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NEAR FAWCE'TI' SCHOOL VERY CLEAN, 3 bedrooms, living room 12x24, firPplacP, dinette, 3 IYC. bath, auto. hot water, full 1basement, floor furnace, plastered interior, 4 fenced lots, outside fireplace, nice lawn. Range and refrigerator included. Large garage. Price only $8,200.00. FHA or GI terms. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. PARTLY FURNISHED SMALL DOWN. 3 rooms and ba1b. Large garage. 2 Jots. 1 block to bus. Price only $3300. Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579.

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Biltmore - Large Tins

Grade A Dairy 55 ACRES in Puyal,Jup Valley. Fenced and cross fenced. Barn for 100 head; cooler. Call Mr. O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.

ED DILLON & CO. for the best roto-

2 BEDROOivI rwmbler on large lot in Brookdale. $8,750.00 and HI 5681. 3ctf owner wiN consider G.I. deal or private contract with $1,000 TRACTOR WORK, piowing, disdng, SUBURBAN REALTY down. blade work; J. H. Arnestad; GR 4282. Rt. 3, Box 521-A, Tacoma. 3ctf 2 SMALL HOMES on lot 125 11302 Pacific Avenue GRanite 8638 by 100 for $4,950 cash-large WE BUILD HOMES, remodel, level lot with room for permanent building:;; cabinet work, concrete work. home in fron. t, and then otJhers Reasonable. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf could be rental units. .-------------------,..-------c;, A LORING LISTING SELLS ~ lltRIGATION Complete Systems; 4 ROOM HOME on lot 100x100 1 Fri?e estimates. Service Hardware & at 1701 So. 114th !or only $500 ~~ ~~ Impl. Co., 1545 Bay St., FU 2409. down M a total price of $3,-<-0 4,6' c339 950. This is close to McChord HOME AND BUSINESS and 112th (Airport Road)_ Call TRACTOR WORK. plowing discing, LIVE where you work. Two large front rooms very blade work; Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf for Al. suitable for any business. 5 rooms down, room for 311 SO. 120TH is a cozy un3 more up. On a 150xl50 corner location at end of ,furn1,shed 2 bedroom bunga· Spanaway bus line. E.Z. terms. $7500. Mr. Inloes. low rig>h t in t!he heart of ParkPIER.CE COUNTY 'land. .Furniture and all for UJ REFUSE CO. $300 DOWN TO G.I. $8,500.00. 1LARGE FAMILY? This one has 1400 SQ. FT. in this 2-year old 3 bedroom ram'bler WEEKLY GARBA~E possibilities of bedrooms upz COLLECTIONS with full basement. 22x14 living room with fireplace stairs. Beautfful view of Mt. :J separate d!ining room and big kitchen. Hardwood Phone GR. 8688 lRainier, close to Parkland floors t'hruout. See it for ·best value. On 173rd St. a: schoo1, theater, etc., G.I. apjust West of Paci.fie Ave. $12,500. Mr. Loring. 0 praisal has been requested. Q. Q. SEE THIS! Hutson 0 WALLER ROAD • 2li:? ACRES SPANA WAY TANK CLEANING 3 BEDROOMS, garage and workshop. City lights and WA:NT to relax and waich the SEPTIC TANKS - CESS water. Good soil. Close to Collins, Franklin Pierce activity on t•he lake this sum· Ul POOLS CLEANED lllgh district. Good deal at $7250. Mrs. Miner. mc'r? Immediate possession of z large permanent type home Contents Hauled Away en 'Nith 31 feet of frontage as well :J EAST D & 86TH STREET HI 3980 HA 7038 as shorelands. Price reduced m 2 CLEAR ACRES. Nice 2 bedroom home, fireplace. to $6,500.00. Small rental house in rear. Tool house, 2 chicken HOUSE MOVING; leveling, founda-1 Gi:i-AHAM houses and garage. Lots of fruit trees. City bus by tions; cement work; free estimates. PR 20 ACRES \Vlth laege bungalow, door. G.I. or F.H.A. at $11,000. Mr. Inloes. 2653. Jcrf •barn, chicken coops, and cleared land. This is a G.I. fore; closure and needs some work SWAP ·TRADE. BARTER - SELL done, but for only $650.00 down OWNER or this beautiful 3 bedroom elaborately ' and approximately $42.00 per furnished home on 58Vh St. just off Pacific Ave. month you can take over. wants to trade his G.I. equity for a farm of any size where he can keep horses and cattle. Asking $14,· Jennie L. Grodvlg 500. Come in and deal. Mr. Black. vating; light blade work. Free estim· ates,. satisfaction guaranteed; PR 3902,

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HAY Dry land alfalfa., gr-ass hay ~ l per bale. Delivery can be arranged. 24"x36" _Cotton throw rugo, $1.95; 9'xl 2' spring twist lwavy cotton rugs, Will take livestock in trade. Second 4 colots, $29.95. PARKWAY FURhouse past Roy ·~y" on Mt. Highway. NITURE, 14lst & Pacific Ave. So., I Jett Open till 9. GR 3941.

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FOR SALE Turkey, goose and d11ck hatching: eggs; poults and gosling:;;

Office-Days, GR 3341 bred does; Graham 7·7810. 15d8 Evenings. YU 9221,\ HI 3315 FOR SALE--=-9'x9' wall ten;;-;:,;-d conH I 6174 • LA 7161 dition; 503 East !27th, GR 4868. Agent for American Express ---------------~_3'.'. Money

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CASH for milk cows, beef, hejfers, veal 11.nd hoglil. Call R. ,Thackeray collect, Puyallup '5·5414. 16ctf

A Tool for Every Job across from Starlite Theatre 8322 S. Tac. Way LA 4712

GELDING FOR SALE-Very good riding hone; phone Sumner 3-32~1. 16ctf -- .. -..,.·-·--ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS - Evetgroe" -~------

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IN THE MATIER OF THE ESTATE OF HOWARD M. RIDOUT, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administratrix of .the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against seid deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Florence M. Ridout or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Caurt, together with proof of such service, within six months a:fter the date of first publica· tion of this notice or the same will be barred. Date. of first publication May 13, 1954. Administra,trix of said Estate FLORENCE M. RIDOUT 3805 1,.l, So. Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Washington. STERBICK & STERBICK Attorneys for Estate 3805¥.i So, Yakima Ave. Tacoma, Washington. Published in The Times-Journal May 13, 20, 27, 1954.

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WILL TRADE hay. for horses. GRanite FOR SALE - Solid walnut dining room 6446. 16ctf set, 4 chairs and_ table; &-ood condi· - ..,.,~ Chain SaWs, Mechanic Tools, Flt'.lor tion; $45; also bedsprings, $5; HA FOR SALE~ Black quarter horse mare; 3127. 3ctf Sanders, Skill Saw5l, Ho_use Jacks. If its 0547. 15c37 1050 pounds; well brokei 'years old; for rent we have it. AA Equipment GR 3700, GR '588. 16c37 SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-Contents Woven rag 1'1.lgs, Olson Rentals. 3804 Pacific Ave. HI 6193. FOR SALE hauled away, Don Redford, 8232 So. rugs, rayon bedspreads, man's mack· lOctl SALE 4·year·old Morgan stall· Fawcett. GA 7334. If no answer call inaw and dress jacket, size 40; 2 cross· FOR ion. Gentle, green broke. Children can cut saws; GR 5378. 15c37 GA 9222. 3ctf J FURNISHED :S room home, garage, el<!C• handle. A bcaut:ful animitL l_h_ papers ---tric hent, laundromat, $7'.5 month plus a v2i1able; well known .sire, dam ·can SPANAWAY ELECTRIC CONTRACT11 foot boat and motor, utilities. C'lll Seattle, CHerry 2:'i0) FOR SALE be seen. -$225. Also '5·ycar·old Palo· ING; house wiring, new and old. Call $125; borh in good condition. Sum· collect. 10p37 mino m<1.re. Papers on hand. Gentle, ua about Thermoray Radiant Electric mit District. GR 3907. l'c37 well broke. Fine parade horse. 1' heat; GR 7064, 17,th at Paci.fie, Span· FOR RENT 4 room modern un· hands. Well known sire. $1~0. Phone away. Jctf furnished house, 9S03 South Park; WANTED - Chickens and rabbits. Call GR 6374 evenings. 16ptf us before you sell. Cope':; Poultry GR 4329. 10c37 Market, 7036 Paci.fie Ave., Tacomn, LAWNMOWER ~harpening; saw filin~; Wash. HA 4406. , 15ctf work guaranteed; corner Wa.llec anJ Collin>; GR 7687. 3ctf --------USED Eastern hardwood youth bed, new plastic covered innerspring mat· SMITH CABINET SHOP-Remodolin-t, Sterbick & Sterbick tres,, $37.50. PARKWAY FURN!· kitchen cabinets; we sell glas.11; 163091 WASHING MACHINE PARTS. Larg· TURE. 14lst & Pacific Ave. So., Attorneys at Law So. Parle, Spn.naway; GR 7949. 3ctf est stock in town. Repai.ri.ng that Open till 9. GR 3941. ple-a~C'.9.- B.B.'s Washer Service, 3727 3805% So. Yakima eral landscaping service. New lawns, peat soil, topsoil, shrubbery, rockeries. Noth.mg down. 36 months to pay. GR

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Mrs.· E. F. Curtis GR 7706 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lester, Rt. 3, Bo~. 619, are announcing the 'birth of a daughter May 22 at the Puyallup hospital .. The baJby has 'been named Pamela Sue. . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Davis, 861 South 84th St., have a new 9 % -pound baby gir1, 'born May 22 at St. Joseph's hospital in Tacoma. Little Jane Loree is a}so welcomed by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stonebraker. Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Dorothy Stonebraker.

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Collins News In recognition and appreciation of their many s•ervices to the Parkland Preschool Association and their interest in the welfare and education of the children in the community, the Parkland Pre•school mvarded its two Life Memlbers'11ips to Mrs. A. J. Stern and to Mrs. Richard Simpson. Mrs. Stem has been pulbHcity chairman, vice president, president, legisrative chair· man and parlamentarian and has worked on numerous committees during her membership in the Preschool. Mrs. Simpson iJ:las been clinic chairman, recc ord book chairman, spiritulj.i chairman, and has been on tlfr !publicity committees, besides working on projects and committees during her years as a Preschool member. Proceeds from the awards. go to the .Washington Congress of Parents and Teachers Scholarships and Loan fund. The money is used. to aid worthy students who are ~aking up the teaching professtion.

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We are glad to hear that Donald Lee, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ra1ph Alexander, is ' • home from the hospital, recov· ering from a serious iJlness. Secret Pal Club The Secret Pal Sewing cluo met at the home of your reporter last Tuesday for noon luncheon. Those present were Mesdames Jack Henricksen, Edward Flannery, Emerson Tanpcnning, Harr1 White, Beu- Quick relisfl NfPHRON INHALATION lah Ballard, George Stephen- THERAPY h<>s helped countlesa thou@:' ands.. Asl about our Trial offer. SM) 'Son, Bob Steidel Sr., Robert your Druggist or writo NEPHRON CO~ McCullough, Don McLellan, Ted PANY, Tacom" I, Wash. O'neill Sr. and Robert Rhone. In Hospital Auto Insurance Mrs. Bernard Calter, daugh· ter of Mr. and .Mrs. William 10/20/5 As Low. As $12~50 Semi-Annually Righetti, has been confined to Check us for other rates the hospital this past week. Comprehensive & Collision Mrs. William Fueston is reNo Membership Fee covering from a sel'ious operaFarmers Mutual of tion She has been in the hos. En-umclaw 4Y2" mlrro' polished blades, . pital at McMinnvi1e, Ore. ED MAREK with attractive xylonite handles. We wish them both a speedy 12909 Pac. Ave. GR 3100 Always shar,p serrated cutting edge. recovery. Friendly Dezell Finest Sheffield stainless steel • The Friendly Dozen Birthday guaranteed quality. Connmiently boJ1.ed in wooden block. club wil bei;t at the home 0f Portable Welding Mrs. Emily Bail Thursday, June (Gas and Arc) 3. .

Here ts a real outstanding value I This set of 6 knives has Qeen made by skilled artisans in one of the famed cutlery factories ofSheffield, England. where .for more than two centuries its products .have become. world famous. These knives are made of hollow ground, S.heffield En. glish Stainle.$$ Steel. The serrated.cutting edges never need sharpening....:they are always sharp. Ideal for gifts or for your

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