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PUBLISHED AT PARKI.,AND, WASHrNGTON Iii 5c PER COPY $:;.r:iu P1"1t Y1"AR BY MAIL OUTSIDE FREE DISTRIBUTION AREA. ------~~~~~~--~~~~------~~~~..........:...:.:.:.;:....:::.:::: .Potential members are urged Benefit Parties to immediately call Mr. Newell Ill ill! Ill STATEMENT The Thrift community is havat GRanite 7425 or Hugh Gon, I ing two ·benefit affairs June 25. yeau at GRanite 8285 and they To the Residents of the Spanaway-Parkland District: at 8:30 p.m. for Doris Wals: will be contacted. Tacoma Transit Company is in receipt of a notice of worth, who was badly burned public hearing from the \'Vashington Public Service Comwhile working on tbe communmission, which has to do with the bus service furnished by SPANAWAV 4th OF JULY ity dinner. A dance will be held the Tacoma Transit Company. to you residents of the Spa.n-. away-Parkland area. A hearing has been set for 10:00 a.m., Spanaway's community effort CELE.BRA Tl ON A. G. Swindland, who has at the Thrift hall and a card July 1, 1954, in the Wedgewood Room of the Winthrop to provide a public water sup· been manager of the Parkland party at the George Bennett JULY 3rd - 4th ·5th Hotel, Tacoma. ply reached another milestone branch of National Bank of home. Everyone is invited. This complaint was filed by Robert F. \'Vright, owner with the purchase of the CE'ntWashington since it opened in of the Nisqually Valley Lines, who operates bus service. ral site for the well. November of '49, is being transbetween Vail and Tacoma via the Mountain Highway. Mr. R. H .Snowden has been namThe well site consists of 12 ferred to the Tacoma head of- ed manager of Parkland branch, Wright ha.s requested the Department to require that we: lots west of the Spanaway Com(1) Discontinue such trips as conflict with those and John R. Whisler, assistant operated by him to Spanaway, or munity '.hall. Tl1is central site cashier. (2) Operate with closed doors on the Mountain.Highwas selected after much delibIn commenting upon these way between 138th Street and 160th Street. Deliciously Fresh eration as the most economical Our position in the matter is this: changes, Phillips stated, "It has location for the first well site: It must be obvious to any of you residents in tbe long bee.n the policy of National The site was provided for a' Spanaway-Parkland area that the volume of riding i!l so Bank of Washington to move our nominal sum ·hy Mr. and Mrs. low tbat the costs ol' operation are just barely covered. men along within the organizaSigning of real estate deed for the first well site of the Spanaway Robert S. Dodds of Tacoma. Any limitations or restrictions to O\U service will furth0r Water Co. was an important item of business at the .June 16th tion as opportunities arise. A. "Well-drilling will begin as aggrava1e our situation and do. not offer a solution to our m:eeting· of the trustees in ttte Spanaway fire hall. Shown, left G. Swindland has made a fine problem. Furthermore it is. immaterial to us whether we soon as we have a few more to right: Seated, Paul Boyle, Att~ney for water company, John record at Parkland, and his operate at all beyond the City Limits since we opera~e N~Vllell, President, Robert S. Dodds, Seller of well site, Phil Zur- members tO' meet the minimum essentially a city bus system. transfer to the Tacoma office, fluh, Jr., Sec's.-Treas. Standing: Hugb Gonyeau; Harry Randal!, number of 75," stated John vVe arc mi11MuJ of the fact, [10wever, that we have where he first began his bankLawrence Sharley, .Trustees. Photo by Robert Minnitti Newell, president "A . low served thi;; area for 65 years and during this time have ing career in 1921, is in further monthly paymentplan is availworked 0~1t many problems with you. We are· willing to recognition of his capabilities. able, enabling everyone to have continue to do so at least until tbe end of our franchise in Kid Parade Big Event the advantages of the water R. I-I. Snowden, his successor, the City of Tacoma, providing you want us to do so and is well known to our customers will continue to support our service. Our franchise expires system. With tb.e support of a and .friends in Parkland. He has December 13, 1957, and obviously we are not able to comfew more members, we will have had many years of banking exmit ourselves beyond this point. the system under, construction 11009 Pacific GR 5524 One of the big events of the So, if those who are desirous of having us continne perience, and has been assistearly this summer." Spanaway Days celebration our service for a while at least will appear in person at the ant manager of the branch since above hearing and express their views, we are sure it w'.11 will he the children's pet par1949, except for a two-year be in order. Those not able to be there personally may period from '51 to '53 when he ade, planned for 1 p.m. Saturaddress a letter to the vVashington Public Service CommisA.II plans are now complete day, July 3 at 163rd St. and was recalled by the navy and sion at Olympia in time for the hearing on July l, 1954, in Builders of \for the big boxing-wrestling spei1t two years as Lt. Com· the Wedgewood Room of the Winthrop Hotel in Tacoma. sh()w in the Bethel high school Park Ave. CURTISS L. HILL, gymnasium Saturday evening, Every boy and girl is invited Homes. President Tacoma Transit Company Jurie 26, and a 'capacity crowd to take part. All kinds of unis expected. usual pets are e;qiected, as well Garages and fice as assistant vice president J?oth main events will bring as bicycles. (Maybe bicycles in the installment credit loan big name professionals to the ARE pets, too). Farm Buildings .. department, it was announced area. Charlie McPhail, chairThe list of entries inc1udes: ~by Carl L. Phillips, president, man of the fight committee, has Youngest boy and girl, most following the board meeting last GRanite 8669 bodked Pat McMurtry and Big comical boy and girl, cleverest week. Bill Little, with Sheriff Harold boy and girl, most original bi• Bird as referee. cycle, most comical bicycle and , . . . . . ~he ~tate Public Service Comm1ss1on !S ho~dmg a F'aavo ;Ketonen, well known rider, most unusual pet, best be. hearmg m th(') Wedgewood room of Hote\.Wn?-throp wrestling promoter, will bring haved dog, bes.t dressed cat. Thursday, July 1, at 10 a.m., on the. app.ication of out two of his most colorfu.1 ,_·-----'-" Robert Wright of Yelm, owner of N1squally ¥alley gra.pplers, Bronco Lutich and. Lines bus service, to require Ta- of reaching thei7 employment is Scotty Williams, for the main coma Transit Co. to curtail its by transit service. I feel that ev,ent in this department. Ke· 'I'he .Ladies' Missionary soservice to Parkland and Spana· the• people of t~e area should tonen.will referee. way. Wright claims the Tacoma ~ttend the meetmg ()n July l There Will also be four bouts ciety of .the. Fern Hill Baptist Your Parkland Baker company infringes on hi~ fra~- m.the Wedgei;vood room of the by•.young boxers from Tacoma c..'11lrch 'Nill hold its monthly Airport If,, Pacific GR 3330 chise rights. The hearmg is Wmthrop h~tel at .10:,00 a,~. to B?~~ club jo start the show. meeting on Thursday, June .24, ope!f ct:o the public. ... expr~ss. !heir desires ~'Or tl1~. Ifl. 51dgition • to the other }ea-. at the home of Mrs. Donna Have you tried our (OrganiZations in Parkland contmuation of. , the fegµiar tµ~~t!l• Arnold SnellWiH give an Archer, 10232 Barnes Lane. The SPECIALTY· BREADS meeiing vyi.ll commence aJi.d .· Spanaway are alerting S:pan~w/:1Y bus r?n' . ; . .. exfirtirti?p, of ..veight lifting. .. •husine.ss at 11 a,IIL. ·followed by lunch' Ideal for all occasions tlleir members to tbe threat to This. isnot said .to cao:;s~ any All proceed:s: of the show Cinnamon Bread, Nut mander stationed in Washing- 16cal transportation se;rvice and confusion fo1: th: other :bµs will be Used to improve the eon at12. Bread, Egg Sesame ton, D.C. We know he will con- urge a .Jarge attendance at the company, whieh is. patromzed Bethel athletic field. With' ·so At 1. :p.m. a program will be by sev.eral persons. m the. area ma,ny people in the community presented with special rriusic and Bread, Cracked, Etc. tinue to make a real contribu- hearing. R. H. "Howie" Snowden, also, bu.t does not give the need,; ·working on ·.the p_roject, it is a message by tl1e Pastor, R. W. tion to Parkland and iis enBlack Raspberry . president of the Parkland Busied service for so many people. impossible ·to mention them all. Ledyard. JELLY ROLLS ____ 2/49c virons. John Whisler is a young However, Mr..and Mrs. Ray Car. man who has been in the in- ness club, joins officers of CHERRY FLIPS 6/35c stallment Groved (Reject) Only cre.dit loan depart- other 'groups in spearheading a be.tt and Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Erickson deserve special credit ment at Parkland and we are concerted drive to assure adefor the .fine Work they are dohappy to have him join the of- quate representation of the area II II Iii ficial staff." at the July 1 session. "The re·~ S11Ju11d~y ing. The woinen head the. food 24"x84" We Make T.V. ported demand to curtail our 11 lloi> · ~ n fill .committee preparing the re(Continued on Page 7) only city-connected bus service ft i ~ . . U. Ill freshments to be sold at the .. Ill poses a serious. ?~ob~;m to all fill. show. who use its fac11Jties, declares ~ · To reach . the gymnasium, Only 13/a & 1% Thick (Interior & Exterior Easy on your patience Mr. Snowden. "Let's have large Off and on t!uring the year, drive one mile south of the Wltl1 speedy service. drelegations from the affected local people have read items underpass on the Mountain Iii Easy on your pocket communities present July 1 to about the Parkland 4·H clubs. highway, then turn left one With fair pr;ces. !\low Overhead. Regular $84.50 inform the Public Service Com- This Sunday, June 27, all will \'1lile to Bethel high school, Easy on- your mind .•• mission concerning local senti· :have the opportunity to see just which is on Muck-Kapowsin All work guaranteed ment on the question." what the local clubs can do and road. And it's easy to get the serv· ice anytime day, or nite. Delbert Bresem':lnn, of Bresc- are doing. The first All-ParkPer 100 Ft. l/2X6 and 8" mann's park at Spanaway, says land 4-H Community fair will for your fnends when CALL GR 3549 "I am definitely oppose.d to open at 1 o'clock with fitting II m D II II choooing a funeral direcany change because the Nis- and sbowirig of dairy and beef tor. Go where they can RADIO Shorts Per 100 Sq. Ft. . ·. qually Lines could not possibly cattle. This will be a learning park-out of the traffic. give adequate· service to the session with· criticism by Coun9920 PACIFIC AVE. Trav Dryer E Iii park during peak hours. Any ty Agent. Claude Doran, which curtailment of public bus serv- will help the exhibitors to ice would be a gross injustice better fit and show their anito the public using the parks, mals at Sumner in August. ARE YOU PLANNING YOUR. since the recreation facilities There will 'be displays of poulhcrc are needed and used by try, rabbits, electricity, baking, "We have odds many families without auto- r;anning and sewing. 1 mobiles who must travel by After a short break to in· ends of plywood & public bus or stay at home." dulge in hot dogs, pop or ice As president of the Parkland cream that the clubs will be lumber at mighty Plan on looking your best Community club, Mrs .. Jennie selling, there will be a program wherever you go. Let us send L. Grodvig says: "To partially inside that will inc;ude: A piano good prices - - just reduce the Tacoma Transit duet by Leslie and Shelia you on your way with summer service right for some of during the peak hours Sales, an illustrated talk by of the day would surely reduce Barbara Christie on "Good sew. clothes c e a n ~ sparkling those odd jobs the service entirely through the ing habits," and a demonstrafresh and neat Parkland-Spanaway area. The tioh ·by Judy Peters on "A Well around the house" Community club represents all Equipped Sewing Box." Then Phone Us For P.rompt Service the residents of the area and an accordion solo by Walter many of them are employed in Haavik, a demonstration on an . ~m1111 ii!j 1r·,,.,.,,~---Tacoma and their only method electric. fence by George Bluhm j •I . . l~M i~_fa¥I~\. VOL. 9, NO. 41

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next Saturday evening. Recovering Albert Reihs, principal of Central Avenue school, is rewith ported convalescing nicely fol· LARRY lov;;ing major surgery and is now at his home, 6114 Pacific KIRKWOOD avenue. Satorday Wedding· At 3 o'clock Saturday after· noon in the Summit Methodist The powers that be at the church Susan Alethe Wearstler Veteran's Hospital looked at nnd Charles Win;er wPre united the downpour of rain last Sat~ in marriage by 1he Rev. Geo. urday, lakes on the hall dia· Cooper, acting pastor. The at· · mond, and called off the horsetendanls were Henrietta Red· men's playday for entertain· ding and A. Peters. Following ment of the boys at the hospital. the ceremony, refreshmen1s Then the weather man turned were served at the A. H. Red- the tables and brought forth a ding home on Garden Valley real nice day Sunday. Oh, well! road. The groom, who is sta- Maybe we can go there some· 1ioned at McChord, has a two- time later in the season. weeks furlough and the couple Th . . tt· th · ·11 · ·. h' · E t e JUmors are ge mg eir wt V:181 tt is peop 1e m as crn two bits' worth in this week 1 Was ung on. with a junior play day at Tacoma Unit No. 1 grounds this coming Sunday, June 27th. This Weibel Electric is for all junior horsemen 18 Wiring of All Kinds years of age and under and Licensed & Bonded begins at 1:00. The Parkland Junior. Drill Team Will present GR.4857 their drill to start the show. Then there will be bareback class, 12 and under; musical chairs; side saddle class; westInstallation &. Repairs

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Parkland In Top e ,. I a I'll ...... .-ipou 11 11.ea':I ..... win in Sunday night's game left the Parkland softball team tied for first place in the Evergreen league. The pext game will be this (Thursday) evening at 6:30 at Peck Field, formerly Atheltic park, at 12th and Sprague in Tacoma. Manager William Schaefer wants to thank the sponsors of the team, Parkland merchants for their .fine co-operation in hacking up the team. He is proud of his team and says they are do. ing very well. He would like t.o have some of the sponsors view tonight's game. A

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4c Lowest possible market price

STRAWBERRIES

GR 3445

enjoyment for the

Good Size Hot House

CUCUMBER 2/ 1Sc Bag

Make your trip a social one. These busi· ness folks invite you to stop in and get acquainted.

SALAD MIX • • 1Oc Ejest

Ears

CORN •••• 3/14c

1

COPPER CREEK Gad About - Dining Out? No Doubt! Our Specialty Serving ~iping Hot Home Made Breads, Fresh 'Baked Daily, Coppers Toppers - Wild lilerry Pie Dinners • Snacks and Sweets To - Go's

HOW MUCH FOR A 2

At. No Extra Cost RHONE'S CABINET SHOP · 161st & Park Ave. GRanlte 3342

COPPER CREEK Modern Cottages with Playground Trout Pond - You don't need a license It's a Wonderful Rest for the Whole Family Price Range from $7.50 to $12.00 Phone Ashford 5206

CENTS

a day buys this

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16

3 BILL STARKEL"S CHEVRON STATION R.P.M. Oil

Atlas Tires

-

Tire Repair

Picnic Supplies Phone Ashford 5011

Ashford, Wash.

ASHFORD TAVERN &: CAFE

4

Sandwiches - Short Orders - Candies • Amusements Fred Swanson, owner Phone Ashford 9841

Hamburgers To Go 0

Milk Shakes & Home Made Pie

6

RUTH'S HIGliWAY SERVICE Short Orders • Steaks • Etc. Confections & Soft Drinks Union Station - Tire Changes &. General Repair National; Wash. ·

CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING OLD MASTERS AND MODERN PRINTS BRoadway .4327 2046

'1

ALDER STORE Groceries Sundries Gas • Oil • .Tires

WELL DRILLING

Berkeley Pumps

Mt. Hiway at Alder

Phone Elbe 2801

O JETS

e

SUBMERSIBLES

ID CENTRIFUGAL$ CHILD CARE in my home;

fenced

yard, pleasant surroundings; 903 5o. lllth. 14p41

PIANO LESSONS -

Graduate Holy

N:1mes, also Cornish. On 138th 'St.

Mrs. Guffin, GR 6488.

14c43

9

TURBINES

Cail GR 7281 Tacoma Pump &:

'Well Drilling Co. Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms . -

Tacoma Trade•

Fred Hoffman's

8 TWIN FIRS • laGrande Auto Court Modern Cabins -

Tacoma TV Center Division & Eye BR 7997 (Across frcim Wright's Park)

See them at your leading Hoffman dealerTacoma TV Center or - call our South end residential salesman Mr. Reichl at HI 3637 fQr a FREE home dem.,,

Picnic Grounds

Cafe Across the Street Leonard and

9

Lola Davis, Props.

GILBERT'S COUNTRY STORE Hand Wov.en Skirts and Jackets Picnic Supplies THE MOUNTAIN CONE LaGrande, Wash.

10

HENLEY'S PLACE . Picnic and Camping Grounds Fishing . Refreshments - Boats · Excellent Crappie. Fishing

Where Your Dollar S.T R. ETCH E $ · Auto Parts - Tires - Batteries GA& .(28cx)' OIL Complete Lube and Tire S.ervice Call Graham 7-7344 Open !' Days a Week

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THE R

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MT. RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, contains 378 square miles of America's superlative mountain grandeur, is easily accessible from the gateway cities of Tacoma and Seattle. Towering above all this is Mt. Rainer, an extinct volcano, 14,408 feet above sea level. It 'is the highest perpetually ice-clad peak, and has the largest ~ingle system of glaciers in the U.S. These glaciers, 26 in all, contain more than •15 square miles or 29,000. acres, of ice. Beneath these masses of moving ice are born many turbulent rivers which flow through the Evergreen Playground to the WRters of the Pacific. Almost 700 species of flowering plants in addition to hundreds of ferns, mosses and fungi; 34 waterfalls, 62 lakes, and trees centuries old, add to this. Mountain of grandeur. Here is fun for all~hiking, mountain climbing, saddle horse riding, fishing, dancing and easy walks through flower meadows. Hotels, lodges and camp grounds are provided for your comfort. Guides, Ranger Naturalists, spacious lobbies and experienced, intelligent personnel provide for your entertainment. PARADISE VALLEY, situated on the south side of Mt. Rainier, is reached by way of excellent highways leading directly to Paradise Inn. You will thrill at the huge evergreen trees lining the highway on either side, the great Nisqually Glacier that flows precipitously down the mountain toward the roadside, beautiful Narada Falls dropping 168 feet to the Paradise River Canyon, unexcelled panoramas from .the highway at Ricksecker and Inspiration points, and spectacular Mount Rainier itself, .rising 14,408 feet above sea level. We urge you to visit Paradise for it is without doubt THE GREATEST SINGLE SCENIC ATTRACTION IN THE ENTIRE NORTHWEST. Paradise Inn, with its unique timbered lobby and dining room, is renowned for its excellent food and comfort, and will •be.open June 26. NARADA FALLS, on the highway to Paradise Valley is one of . 34 waterfalls in Mount Rainier National Park. NATURALIST CONDUCTED TOURS see the bea~tties of Paradise Valley and the Tatoosh Range with Mt. St. Helens sixty miles away. Be sure to plan a trip to the park this summer. On this page you· will find listed many businesses and their location sho\'-11, . who will endeavor to make your trip more pleasant. Keep this page, referring to it on your trip;

• Alder Store 7.

<Q'l.ote

Ill•

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• Lcus"o"de 30 SPANAWAY TEXACO SERVICE Tires • Tubes • Batteries See Buck for Guns & Amm.unition Bargains 159th & Pacific Ave. · GRanite 9924

31

ISE

Eatonville• 49. Babe's Cafe •

56 DUN ROVIN CAFE

. GREENACKERS EXCHANGE Used Furniture and Appliances • Dishes •

Etc.

e\wer \_a\te

SO. Point Ohop

GRanite 6184

411

For Good Food, Cofd 'Beverages & Friendly Service

If.

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PRETTYMAN HEATING CO.

Ce "0.

McPherson Furnaces GRanite 7861.

STEWART HAY & GRAIN

& snel 1 service 1i. e sco\t'S G,rOC•

53

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....,

GRanite 7372

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36

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LITTLE DINER CAFE

3'1

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38

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POCHEL DISTRIBUTING CO.

YOUR FUEL OIL and APPLIANCE DEALER GRanite 8624 140th & Pacific

39

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PARKWAY FURNITURE

OPEN TILL 9:00'P.M. Phone GRanite 3941 141st and Pacific Avenue Moupntain Highway

BROOKDALE· LUMBER

; When You Th.ink .. of Building L't'MBER - ' PAINTS ..,.. HARDWARE 136th and Pacific Avenue Phone GRanite 8669

CLOVER CREEK TEXACO SERVIC~ The Best Costs No More GAS • OIL • TIRES • BATTERIES • OTTO Takes Care of your AUTO , .132nd and Mt. Hiway at Brookdale 1

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Hungry Man's. Meal! Or ~ Sl'!ack Pie.An · Dunkers An

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45 BUNGALOW CAFE & TAVERN DINE and DANCE Friday &. Satur<!ay N ite · 24-Hour Restaurant Service Sales Rd. &. Pacific .Ave.

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ca~e ..

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Ridewith the flying Horse MOBILGAS Oil & . Accessories Groceries • Meats and Beverages Meredian Highway and Carlson Road

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2s. 1'arget sport store • 30. Spanawa:i 1"exaco service .• 33.. spanaway Auction • 34, Tacoma PumP an.d Well 'Ori\lin!l co. • 37;'i'arkway furniture • 311.· Poche! Distributing company " 40. Clover creek Texaco service •

31.


SOUTH END PlUMBIN& ROME &f SCHORN PMNT Near Roy · ¥, Spanaway GRanlte 4100

HARDWARE · Fuller Paint - Republic I?aiiit - Dramex Sl.lper Kemtone

Visitors

Complete Stg¢k

Mrs. G. VanDenelzen and children visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Anderson, on Friday. We are glad to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Murray hear· that Jackie is able to be

Save Time & Morrey

MAGD ANZ

Mrs. Albert N. Nelson Graham 7-7640

Lumber & Hardware 11401 Pacific Ave. GR. 5538

Open Eve. 'Ti.I. 8 p.m.

[

RUPE MACH.IN£ WORKS Industrial • Automotive ENGINE REBUtLDING General Garage Repairs. Brake Drum & Fly Wheel Turning • Head .Grinding.

Take Advantage of our

free Inspection

Shop GR 7450 Res. HI 6190 Pacific Ave. at Brookdale

P. 0. Box 645, ParklaAd

Self-Service and Complete Laundry Service HA 9736 Ask Our Satisfied Customers

Hrs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon., Wed., Fri. 9 to 6 Tues., Thurs., Sat.

FERN HILL LAUNDROMAT & DRY CLEANERS

and Watch-Master Check Service Mfg. Settings for Diaml:l•1ds Diamond Rings · Silverware Jewelry Repair - En.graving, Costume Jewelry Open Mon. &. Fri. Eve. till 9

LAKEW OD

JEWELE S LAkewood 4311

8420 PACIFIC AVE.

9601 Gravelly Lake Dr.

Opposite New Center Bldg.

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Pound

VAUGHAN'S VALUES FENCING - FENCING • FENCING Let Us Analyze Your Fence Problems And Give You An Estimate · Our expert fence crew costs you less than the Inexperienced Workman Easy Monthly Payments

VA U 0 II AN 'S

PACIFIC AVENUE LUMBER CO. 84th and Pacific Avenue Phone HI 9.515

TOPS IN SERVICE & QUAlJTY Mirrors - Convertible Tops - Auto Window Glass Custom "fallored '>eat Covers

Art's Glass & E.;pholstery Shop 816 So. Tacoma Ave.

MA 2200

~ 'ORDNANCE 4;;-, and S'l\t)/01\t FORT LEWIS EMPLOYEES

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~ 21/2 Tin ill

Iii

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Ill

2/45c

Bone Dry Steel Toe Oxfords Regular

Special

Price

Purchase

20 Oz.

II

111

II

Only

. 53c Leather

large 24 Oz. Jar

Dill PICKLES • 49c

Lined •~eoprene

Sole.

MIDLAND SHOE REPAIR 98th & PORTLAND A VENUE

Sunshine

CRACKERS . Sunshine

I lb.

MARSHMALLOWS 29c

HIGHLAND'S

HI· NUTRA MILK REPLACER For Starting &. Growing Calves. Y,, the cost of milk. Money 'Back 'Guarantee.

A Semi-Solid Super Fortified Feeding· Cake. Finest Product of Its Kind.

HIGHLAND FEED. OF FISHER'S QUALITY FEEDS Midland 96th & Portlan

ANNOUNCING A NEW BAND --"At--

Fruitland Grange Hall Introducing Hl.lllV ftftlllf'll.lf'llll

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And HIS VAGABONDS

Starting

Saturday, June 26


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Thursday, June 24, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL

Promotes ••• (Continued from Page 1) Snowden reccrvc:d his school· lng in Tacoma, graduating from ladium high school. Ills bankcareer with National Bank Washington p:oes back to L'J39. In · 1940 lie joined the navy, \Vherc he rose to the Tank Li:. Commander. Upon his return from the service in '4.6, he V':as

assigned 10

the

installnwnt

credit loan department of lhe

Page 7 1943 and was a staff sergeant at the time of his release in '45. He was appointed to the

bank, and in '41 was transferred to the Bremerton branch as assistant cashier, where he remained un ti! his transfer to Parkland in 1949 as assistant manager. He is president of the Parkland Business club and a member of the Elks club. He and his wife and three children reside at 7924 Golden Given road. John IL vVhisler was first employed at the Winlock branch in 19'11. He joined tlie army in

OUR LOW IPR.ICES SS THE PACE

Preschool Picnic

SHOP cDANIELS and

Parkland Preschool will hold a picnic Tuesday, June 29, at vVapato park. Potluck lunch will be at noon, each family bringing needed table service. Ice cream and Kool-Aid for the children and coffee, cream and sugar for adults will be furnished by the Perschool. For furf.her information, call Mrs. Leo Maves, GR 3966, or Mrs. Virgil Flynn, GR 6964.

FENCING

D~ignen and Builders EXPERT WORKMANSHIP RllASONABLE PRICES Bany Monthly Pn.ymenta

'I AUG HAN "S

. RURAL GARBAGE SERVICE

84th

Pacific Ave.

&

Free Pickup, & Delivery

GR 5361

John R. Whisler

Serving Parkland, Lakewood, Midland, Summit, Spanaway & Lakeview

Cof.fman-Dabson branch, in CheCollege Cleaners halis, for a short time, and in '46 was trans.ferred to the Win· lock 1branch. In 1950 he joined the staff at Parkland branch. He is a member of the' Parkland Business club, and he and his wife and .four children' reside at 710 South 132nd street. TO ALL members of Parkland and Water Company lit Officers of the Parkland Light who have dryers or know of Branch will now be, R. H. Snow- others that have dryers, please [lit den, manager; vV. M. Adams, contact our office or the State 1W J. M: Sandal and John R. Whis- Electrical Inspector to be sure 0 ler, assistant cashiers. the house S€rvice and meter i1i'a are adequate for the addition-. A. al load of a dryer. This is a State Insurance > and safety law and is for your \';;>O own protection and may preLeveling Road Grading vent a serious fire. ..JI Landscaping & Back Flllng Top Soil PARKLAND LIGHT AND I~ Large and Small Dozers WATER COMPANY. ::t M. A. Wutz. Manager. 0 frank Rearden

Pierce County Permit

Iti

Pay Light & Water Bills Here

ILL . We clean pillows by the MUROZA pro&ss. Each feather is sterilized in live steam. Worn ticking is replaced on request for; $1 extra. Pillows are returned, soft and lovely as new.

GR. 5758

Phone HA 4433

TA,COMA OlYMPIC LAUNDRY

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt

PARKLAND

• • • •a

I M. J. Sullivan, your Telephone Manager for Parkland

•• • •• ••

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

New cable sheath saves money

GR 3201

Res.

3181

Shop Located at

Parkland TV·

n

7239 Park Ave.

HI :1.44 I l Across from Fem Hill~ .o.

On All Makes of

POT

ROASTS

Ed Weiss

Bootery

GR 4458

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Ill

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All Sc

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m

PICNIC ~··

Lge. 2V2 Tins n

Large Snow White Heads

5/

m m

CAULIFLOWER •

Iii

Ill

II

II

c RHuBARB

lb.

5c

CANTALOUPES •• lb.

7c

R

m

Iii

1111

Tender Crisp

CELERY

mum

II

II

Firm Ripe Ill

111

m

a

111

111

SALES and

CAT FOOD

111

m

c

8 oz. can

n

111

Fresh

GREEN PEPPERS lb.

19c

SERVICE

FRYE'S F&rn~ture

ORANGE JUICE

Apphance11 Parkland Cer>tre GR. 3691

c

Sunkist

Bldg.

Ill

6 oz. tin

A-Size Calif. Shafter

TATOES • 10 lbs.

4

/"~-(

Sunshine Soda -·~"\

~~ ~fl,..

furnish more service, good service, at low cost to you.

Pacific Telephone works to make your telephone a bigger value every day.

CRACKE.RS

. Your Invitation to Fishing Pleasure Charter Service

'

AT WESTPORT P.O. Box 141 A W 9 Westport 3232

ZING Ken

Brown & 1750 9th

Bruce Gambill

st. s.w ..

Puyallup Basements, Backfills, Driveways, Clearing, Leveling, Fill Dirt _ G~~;~l • Top Soil • Dozers-Large and Small Ph. Puyallup !J.2452 • 5-5487 - Estimates Cheerfully Given

-----------------------

FRIDAY

NIGHTS

a

111

m

111

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49c

All Popular

SPORTFISHERS Salmon Fishing

2 Lbs.

w

0

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:c ....

Beach Cliff

SARDINES

CI GARETT ES • • 2/43c FERTILIZER .

~

0

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20~~

B

10c

Discount ~ ~

GAINES

EAL ··. • • •

:c

c~

3 Lb •

Tin

m

Ill

m

m

ft " " ~

25 Lb.

Sack .

II

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Prices Effective Thurs •• Fri., Sat., June 24th - 25th - 26th OPEN 9 To 9 7 DA'YS A WEEK

SHOP HERi

Extensions save

LAKEWOOD

"

w

Shortenina • • • "'

ii

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RATH'S PURE

w

A..

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Seasonal Close Out. All Popular Brands

11-

ta 0

Reg. Size Tin

convenience of an extension telephone in any room of

office. Pacific Telephone.

Tender Young

Roll

Jack and Jill

APPLIANCES Radio

ness office.

home~

R

VISIT OUR -·

You'll get faster long distance service if you give the operator the telephone number you're calling, rather than just the name and address. And to help you keep out-of-town numbers handy, we'll be glad to send you a free booklet to list them in. For your copy, just call, write, or drop in at our busi-

y0ur

;:

Carsten s

DEVILED MEAT

RECORD SHOPPE

Easy way to speed long distance calls

steps, save time ... make it easier for the family to place calls, receive calls. No additional outside wires or equipment are needed-just the telephone itself. To get your extension, call our business

iii

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5 lbs.

Ill

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1

Libby's

Spedalhdng in CIUldren'a Sh0.. 706 ST. HELEN'S A Vll.-MA 6318 LAKEWOOD CENTER LA 41111

U '

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SHORT, RIBS

GUM

JELLO

Trovani"s Junior

B

Meaty Beef

All Sc

6 Delicious Flavors

Radios & TV Sets

B

Tender Young Beef

Tincher's Pharmacy

SERVICE &. REPAIRS

~

SIRLOIN STEAKS

6/$1.00

TOILET TISSUE

Fresh Insulin at Downtown Prices. Pay phone bills here

the telephone cables

For just pennies a day, you can enjoy the privacy and

BEER

49c ~ ... lb. 49c a en lb. 39c !!I

lb.

1111a111111111

Tender Young Beef

Silk

233 Garfield St.

.-

RIB STEAKS

12 Oz. Tins

PORK &BEANS

770 South 120th

in the picture-both

You can save time and steps

All Western

Old Yankee

Prescriptions

If you look closely at similar to the ones that carry your calls -you'll see a difference in their covering3. The outside of the cable on the left is made of lead. And, formerly, only lead did a good job of protecting the vital wires inside. But now we have a new cable covering called "stalpeth" (the one on the right). Perfected after long research, it's made of aluminum, steel, and plastic. Stalpeth weighs less than lead and costs less-up to 43 cents a foot less. We're using it wherever we can • • • to

SHOP HERE MON.-TUES. WED. .. THURS. .. FRI. .. SAT... SUN. & SAVE!

MARGARINE . • . 5 lbs.

UPHOLSTERY 12814 Pacific Avenue

Sluggish Drains Opened

.

~

Tender Young Beef

Holiday

AND RUG CLEAN.ING

l'[ew Installations Repairing Pumps, Hot Water Heaters, Washerll

··················~~··············

c

Free Estimates FURNITURE

Plumbing & Heating GR 3710

PANTORIUM CLEANERS

0

CANDY BAR 4/15c

UPHOLSTERING

Par~land

OUR EVERY DAY PRICES SET THE PACE! "I DAYS A WEEK!

CENTER

Acres of Free Parking OUR. lGW Rl!C!'S SET THE PACE

..

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11 LO!f:S OF

PARKIN,G SPACE


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Saturday night will mark the first appearance of Jimmy's Vagabonds as the dance band at the regular weekly dances spon· sored by Fruitland Grange at its hall. Jimmy Oclden is the leader and needs no introduction to local dance fans as he has been around 30 years, according to him, and has a host of friends here. The band offers music for all kinds of modern and oldtime .dances as well as square dances. Jimmy Ockfen plays violin and string bass in the. band; Gus DeBock, saxophone and clarinet; HGrbert Rickert,. trom. bone, saxophone and violin; Floyd DeFreece, drums, and Tom Croston, piano.

PEACHES . ~

Evening Meeting

The next meeting of the Canyon· Road Garden club will be _held July 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the community hall, at which time the· new charter, amended at the June.17 meeting, will be voted upon for adoption. Home From Trip Anyone that cannot . attend Bob Steidel Jr. is back from afternoon meetings will be welTrevor Adams broadcasting a a week's trip with .friends east' corned at this evening meeting. Yankee. baseball game a few. of the mountains. Hostesses for the evening will years ago: "DiMaggio is back· be. Mrs. Gilmore Platter and ing, backing-to the wall-his ·Mrs. Korman Hague, Sr. Sev- head hits its-it drops to the eral members will have floral ground-he picks it up and arrangements on display for throws to third."

a

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.. .. .. -~·33c

KOOL ADE, 6 pkgs •.: ... --,~:···-·----,----·--··-···27c FIG· BARS, 2 lb. pkg.· ......•~_;....................... 49c TOMATO JUICE, Hunt's .. 3/29c Fine for Lunches ' 12 Oz. 0 ..

i ...................

CANADIAN PORK • • ·• . 39c

-

study and comment. Visitors Mrs. Jack Saylor, of Tacoma, spent Sunday, June 24,. at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. L. R. Field, and Mr.. Field, on East 72nd street. In the after. noon they 'visited the rose show at the South Tacoma Community hall. Weekend Trip Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ladwig and family and Pat Bacon enjoyed a tour of Hood Canal and Bremerton last Sunday.

'I'll

MILK. Fletl:s Farm Fres}i, 1/i' gal. ··''-'·-~:.... 2/77c KRISPY CRACKERS, 1.l,li. pk{· ................ 23c GUM DROPS, Sunshine .J~inb;;, ib ............ 27c .-:Js --, \:Y Lady Elberta "· ¥;'(·• • . 2%.

NALLEY'S FR.ESH

POTATO CHIPS

lit

1 Oz. Bag

each

APPLES, New Transparent, 2 lbs ............. 29c PEACHES, Fine Fruit, lb ...........................19c •. PEPPERS, For Salad & Stuffing, lb........... 15c BERRIES - WATERMELONS - ETC. at New Low Prices LARRO. FEEDS, 70 lbs. ROLL OATS ......$3.05 MILL RUN, 100 lbs •.................................. $2.6!) SUREGROW, 100 l.bs ............................... $5.23 SUREALL, 100 lbs. . ...............................$5.05 RABBIT PELLETS, Gold Medal, 25 lbs. $1.10 Buy From Us and Save ~

N'Sl ·

Prices Effective Thurs. Noon t.hru Saturday, June 24, 25, 26

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162nd &. Park Ave. Phone GR 8213 Span away

POT ROAST, good steer beef CORNED BEEfu sugar cured • BACON. Carstens Morn. Glory lb. 69c' FR.AN KS • • • • • • • lb. SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S

Prices Effective Friday

&.

Saturday, June 25th & 26th

Mrs. Carl Cordes Puyallup 5-2511

139.95 189.95 .149.95 159.95 239.95 324.95 49.95.

General-E]lectric Pushbutton Console Radio ............ , ............... 10.00 Motorola Console Model ............~ ........................................... 25.00 Hoffman Comb. Radio-Phono.-Recm·der Console .................... 50.00 · 12" Sparton Comb. TV ~AM-FM Radio-2 Speed Player .. ........ 75.00. 1_7" Raytheon '!'able Modc.-1 ...............•. : ..........•...•... ,................. 85.00 20" Firestone Console Model .................................................... 95.00 2J" Arvin Console Model ................................., ........................ 150.00 17" CBS-Columbia Blond Table Model (5 mo. Wty. on parts) 185.00

APPLIANCES .. USED

Quick rolidl NF.PHRON INHALATION

THERAPY ho1 helped countl ..a thou.,. onda. Ask about our Trial offer. See your Druggist or writo NEPHRON COW, PANY, Tocome I. Wa.ti.

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Parkland Theater Now Playing The French Line

25.00 60.00 60.00 95.00 2.00 4.00 69.95 69.95 59,95 7.95

34.95 39.95 34.95 4.50 24.95 34.95 39.95 39.95 14.95. 6.50

In Technicolor· J anc Russell-Gilbert Roland

Plus

The Saint's Girl Friday Louis Hayward

Starts Sunday Carnival Story In Technicolor Ann Baxter Plus

The Battle of Rogue River

GARBAGE CANS

$3.19 BEAN Mahogany

POLES

75C

20..Bundle


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