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Tacoma, tfa, city that owns ("' tlJe rnouatain, will hm e someResidents of the Parkland-Spanaway area, apprething extra to vvatch soon. Thll same summer .veather th'l.t hensive the past two weeks because of the possibility brings out old Mount Tahoma that bus service provided by Tacoma Transit Co. to (foreigners say Rainier) brings the community might be curtailed or discontinued, oul the summPr tlwater and "\Viii probably ha've no definite information regarding theater goers. the situation until late in September. The drama workshop of Pa· cific Lutheran College presenls for theater lovers of the area the great play "THE HEIRRSS." Dramatized from Henry James powerful novt'l "Washington Square," it was first a Broadway hit, and then the xnovie great il~ which Olivia De Haviland portrayed the heiress. This centrally staged play has been a cooperative effort in which all staging, costuming, and producing was done by the cast. July 14 - 15 - 16 the curtain will go up at 8:15. To the young Thespians, this is an advc'nture in the art of thealer and they hope that this intimate artistry is enjoyed by the audience. "'The Heiress" will be presented on the ChapelMusic-Speech building stage on the campus of Pacific Lutheran college. As a gesture of welcome, prices are 35c for stu· dents and 50c for general ad· mission.

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. We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy in our r€{)Cnt bereavement in ithe death of our husband and father, E. L Wade, and for the ll.eautiful flowers. Mrs. E. L. Wade and family.

At the close of the· all-day hearing held by the Washington Public Service Commission in the \Vedgewood room of the Winthrop hole! Thursday, July 1, the lawyers representing the various factions of the dispute asked permission to file briefs of their cases, after which they announced that they would file answers to the briefs of opposing attorneys. Examiner Lee Coulton, who conducted the proceedings for the Public Service Commission, set Sept. 1 as the final date' for filing the briefs, Sept. 15 for the replies. The decision of the Commission wm be announced after this date. Commissioner Joseph Starin presided as judge. Thl? hearing was called to consider the complaint of Robert Wright of Yelm, who claims that the Tacoma Transit Co. is infringing on the certificate of operation issued his independent bus company, Nisqually Valley Lines, running three buses daily over the Mount'lin highway from Vail, Rainier and Yelm into Tacoma. The section of highway specified in Wright's complaint is from 144th street, the limit allowed Tacoma Transit Co. by its Tacoma franchise, and 16Dth St., where the buses leave the highway to go to the Spanaway business center, a distance of only 1.1 miles. Wright has no certificate f-Or his buses to leave the Mountain

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Our 4-H club met at the Gogan home and we looked at their rabbits. The following new demonstrations were given: Ray Gogan, "Picking a Good Doe;" Walter Gogan, "How to Handle a Rabbit." While at the Bastrom home. recently, we discussed fi1:Jting. and showing animals, and Linn Bastrom gave a very good illustrated talk on "C,-ood and Bad Points of Beef Cattle." In spite of rain, the members in Ii vestock attended the Elk Plain Livestock show. Ervin Myhre won a blue ribbon on.his pig, Daisy Mae; Ellis Rousseau won a blue ribbon on his colt, Pocahontas, and Philip Rousseau won a blue ribbon ·on his horse, Paint. A great deal was learned about fitting and showing animals. Philip Rousseau, Reporter.

Whereas, the citizens of Parkland and the surrounding area have s?own us utmost 1dndness and cordiality, and VJ'hereas, they have made our stay in Parkland a very pleasant experience, therefore be it Resolved, that we the officers delegates and visitors of tlii~ 65th Annual Viashington state Grange ConvEntion give a vote of thanks to the people of this area, and be it further Resolved, that we especially thank the Siler's Appliance Co. for extcl'Jding to us the use of ~ refrigeraUor to keep the flowers and corsages in, and be it further . Resolved, that the Secretary be .instructed to send a copy of this resolution 1.o ihe local newspapers, radio stations, respectfully requesting that it be pubJicized. Adopted by the delegates of the 65th Annual Washington State Grange Session, June 11, 1954.

highway to give service to the Spanaway business section, it was stated. Much interest was shown in the hearing, with "lpproximately 100 residents of Spanaway and Parkland going to 'Tacoma by PASSING. THE GAVEL Mrs. Helen Wygal, left, recently special buses to attend the seselected .president of the McChord NCO Wives club, receives the sion, which opened at 10 a.m. symbolic gavel from the retiring president, Mrs. Anabelle Swaritef. 'The installation of new officers was featured at a Legal technicalities necessary luncheo,n<.and tea at the NCO club June 23. to establish the points of the Courtesy McChord Defender controversy dragged on all morning, proving very dull and VfW,.Auxmary meaningless to most of the witTo Meet July 13 nesses pres€nt, and when the hearing recessed for lunch many The next regular meeting of of them failed to return for the Rodger• Lunde Auxiliary, Vetwith afternoon session. erans o.f Foreign Wars, will be Clinton S. Reynolds, sccretaryheld Tgesday, July 13, at 8 p. LARRY treasurer of ihe Transit Co., m. in the Veterans hall, 11102 By Florence D. Allen was its only witness. He brief- KIRKWOOD Sou~hYakim~, !"!rs Troy KighCounty Extension Agent ly outlined the history of the swonge~ pres1dmg. . County 4-H Club Camp will Spanaway run from the purchRepgtts . of . standm~ and be held July 26-31 at Millerase in 1889 of the narrow gauge This past long weekend we street car line built by the old hear the Tacoma Lariettes spedal committees \~ill be sylvania State park, 10 miles Lake-Park Co., later moderniz- again stole the show over Top· heard,, !Yfrs. John Johnson and southwest of Olympia. Senior ed .by the Tacoma company. peni.sh way, ·using their fam- 1.1rs. .Guy Steele attended tl_ie 4-H members are urged to come Tt\is operation was under a per· ous fluorescent night precision convent~on .\n Spokane and w!ll by 12 :30 p.i;n. on July 26th. Old· repqrt f>!l i_t. The Post. rated er 4-H members will have certpetual franchise from Pierce drill. third .J,>]ace m membership ,and ain responsibilities during the county, whkh has never been . Many of our horsle people ~n- received a $50 check and tro- camp and need to learn camp revoked. · Joyed t~e .long weekend w;ith phy, ..... • . organization before all the In 193'R the streetcars were ndes, picmcs and what have .Ther1:7will be elect1071 of dele- ·campers arrive. on Tuesday. If replaced by buses, he said, and . . gates t\) the 1954 Natioi;ial E:i· you arrive .before lunch time their right to do this was not you. The next important date campment of the VFW m Ph1l- pleas€ bring a sack lunciJ as the questioned. At this .time the Public Service Commission con- seems to be July 18 and, BO¥, adelphi.aAug. 1 to 6. New mem- first meal served to you Is that .. eyening. Younger 4-H members ducted a hearing at Spanaway are they picking on this date! hers will be initiated: and .concurred in the schedule Parkland Riding club plans a. . ']'he ~morgasbord committee \Vill come on Tuesday, July 27, breakfast .ride at 8 a.m., start- met a.t the home of Mr.. and aftel'. 1 o'clock. . · If you. come Of fares worked out by the ing from the club's own grounds. Mrs, Henry Ake.rs and set the earUer than. that time bring ;i Transit Co. and. the people of Spapaway, .still ill effect. Ta- Lacey's annual rodeo is plan- date of July 25 for.the next.din- sack .lunch. Camp closes {or date. ,:n.er. · everyone at 2 o'clock on July coma Transit operates 28 round ned for . this . . same . . . 31st. trips daily ta Spanaway, Mon, Also, ;i:uvers Ridmg ~fob Camp fee is $8.:?0. for 1;11.l. July day through F.riday, with slight- Plans big !:\lings for July 18, ly fewer trips on. Saturday and on1y t,hey will go us gp~. better 12th is> the J:Ieadline ciate for SJ.Uidays · · ·. ' .·· ·. ·· ····. · and add July lJ, We .tl"f\ll over Th:e•';wr$2ons1h club of Ta" leaders to get· the money• in to · . . . .• . .to Orting riding grounds Satur- coma will hold a picnic August this office. Only those who g!'t • A representative grcmp of day morning with bed rolls, their money in by that date mten~sted people from Spana- planning to take <n all the fun 1 in the main picnic grounds at will be eligible to attend, Limit Point Defiance park. Coffee will way i_i.nd Parkland wer: called for both days, in as much as of camp will be 250 club memas ".'"1tnesses, all favonng the there is no charge for camping be furnished free but those at- bers and chaperones. tending are asked. to bring their continuance ?f the present Tran- after making ·camp. Each club must arrange to own coffee pots. sit Co. servic~We will attend the Junior have an adult chaperone. ChapA~orneys mcluded . Doane play day and rodeo, with calf erones may be parents Or leadBrodie. and Robert Fnst?e. of roping, cow riding, wild cow ers over 21 years. These chapOlY_IDpia for the . plamtiff, milking, also play day events, erones are expected to enforce Wngl'.t; J<;lm R~ha, Tacoma with a big cowboy dance to camp . rules and attend some Transit; ~umby Bmgham, State follow in the evening. meetings on camp rules and ~if Washington; Paul Nolan, Then comes the dawn Sunday problems. City of Tacom~; Ronald Peters, morning and the> Seniors take . . . Campers should bring clothes P.arkland Busmess, Club and over with a big outdoor breakMrs. Adelmde Fynboe, wife suitable for camping, costumes Pac1£1c Lutheran College, and fast at 6 o'clock and a big show of Carl S. Fynboe, loca~ zo~e of different countries (if they Paul .M. Doyle, S.panaway Pro- for all starting at l p.m. In t.'1.e n;ianager ?f Investors Divers1- have them), sleeping bag or grnss1ve Com1:1umty Club. Don costumed grand entry origin- fied Services, Inc., has been bedding role (be sure to bring \Vallace, traffic manager of the ali!y will be the theme.' Follow- honored by th.e. ?OmJ?any . as enough as the nights are cold Tami:ia Ch'1n;.ber of CommercP, ing lhe grand entry, rodeo Queen of the division m which at camp), flashlight, soap, qucstmned witnesses on behal.£. events will m:irk the conclusion her husb'1nd works. Mr. and towels, tooth brush, tooth paste, of the Chamber.. of this big Stampede with wild Mrs. Fynboe. live at Par!<land. drinking cup, wash basin and a cow milking, calf roping, steer The. ho?or is ~cco?Ipamcd by warm coat. Swimm:ing suits, riding, bareback bronc riding, a1'. awara and is grnen ~o the cameras may be also brought game events, bareback relay, wife of the repres~ntatJve. 1.n if desired. Some cots are availsweetheart race, pony express, e~ch of the con;pany s 145 div.i- able at camp for 1ead€rs. haton relay and cowhide race. s1ons w?o achieves leaders~1p All those attending camp will So much for shows and rides. by makmg. the .t~p production be covered by sickness and acThis week we have two men in record m his div1s1on. The 2,100 cident insurance from 1.he time the limelight. It seems thn.t repi;-ese11:tatives in the company's they leave home until they reClarence Lacrosse is well nat10nwide sales force compete tum from camp. A doctor will mounted these days now that fo.r the honors accorded their check all those attending camp Con.aider Conven.ience. he is the proud possessor of wives. on Tuesday afternoon. for your friends when two great stallions. Clarence From the Divisional Queens The following li&t gives the choosing a funeral rurector. Go where they can just bought Monty D. J., a well in each of the IDS's seven Reg. activities titat will be offered: park-out of the traffic. known Morgan stallion. ions, is chosen the Regional 1. Plastics. Trav Dryer The second man in the news Queen. She is the wife of the 2. Wood Carving (bring scout is Col. Raynor, who just recent- representative 'With. the highest knife). ly became the father of a fillie. production record among the 3. Enameling 011 Copper. The Colonel was so delighted Divisional winners. The IDS 4, Bark Carving (bring scout with his offspring that he call- regional Queens are honored knife or pocket knife). We Make T.V. ed her Delite. The little girl is with special awards. 5. News \Vriting. out of Dobin, Morgan stallion IDS representatives distrib6. Baseball. Service Easy 7. Nature Lore. formerly owned by Dr. C. utc investment securities issue<! Dietrich, and is sorrel with a by the companies in the Invest8. Archery. Easy on your patience blaze and four w!1ite stockings. ors Group, for which IDS acts 9. Swimming. With speedy service. The mother and the Colonel as investment manager. These 10. Charm School. Easy on your pocket are both proud and doing very securities comprise face-amount 11. Life Saving (other With fair prices. Easy on- your mind •.. well. Investment securities issued by drowning). . All work guaranteed That's 30 for now. See you all the companies in the Investors 12. Know Your Rocks (bring And it's easy to get the serv· next week with more horsie certificates and mutual fund some rocks you have colice anytime day, or nite. news. Send your news items to shares. The comnany's assets lected). Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, Rt. under management now total 13. Firearms. CALL GR 3549 7, Box 82, Phone GR 3261. more than $1,300,000,000. 14. Photography. Talent from your club should JIM'S RADIO send their names in. Talent 99ZO PACIFIC AVE. show is Wednesday night. At the same time you send in camp fees, send us the campers' first, second and third choice of classes. This must be in the office by July 12th. The camp committe'i has suggested that leaders ask their WHO DO WE SERVE? 4-H members to get their record books up to date and checked The candY fv'lal<er, the sa1<er and the cop on Large Red the beat. the Cit)' t=arrner, the Charmer· and

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Stricken Sunday Lucky Sales & Service, 135th and Pacific, is closed today (Thursday) as a mark of respect to Fred Schrader, an employe€, who died very suddenly Sunday afternoon at his home at Spanaway. Death was the result of a heart attack, according to the report of Dr. Frank H. James, Pierce county coroner. Mr; Schrader was 32 years of age. He leaves his wife, Mary, aml four children, David, Jerry, Kenneth. and. Gloria, all of the family home at Spanaway. Fred Schrader grew up in the Orting community, where several brothers and sisters reside. Funeral services will be held from the Orting mortu~ this <Thursday) afternoon, with· burial in .the Orting celne~ tery._

Party Honors Recent Bride .A .score of friends·galhercd at ~he ~ome of Mrs. I). J. Fletcher 111 Midland to greet Mrs. Robert .Donham Jr., (Katherine Fitzgerald) who was married at a beautiful ceremony in Idaho very recently. _The rooi;ris wei·e brightened "with beautiful flower arrangements, all in white, made by Mrs. Charles Berg .. The evemng was .spent playing games, the l;J.onors going. to Miss Judy Ward. After presentation of many charming gifts to the bride, a delightful buffet supper was served. As a special surpnse to the young honor guest, her grandmother, Mrs. M. Calchena of Aberdeen, arrived to greet her. She was accornpanied by Mrs. Sackett of Auburn, who recei:tly return.ed home from a holiday spent l.11 Paris. Present for the evening were Mesdames Henry Miller, Leslie Miller, Mary P. Ward, James Campbell, Daisy Ulsh, Jack Stroi;n, Jack Fitzgerald, L. Hintz L. Miller, Edna Brooks, Andrew Hoffman, Robert L. Donhan Sr., L. Rose McNichols, Nora McNichols, Floyd Owens Jr., Floyd Owens Sr., Jolm Hehra and N . J. Fitzgerald; the Misses Betty Miller, Darlene Chadwood Bonnie Hopkins and Judy Strom. Mrs. Don.ham,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Fitzpatricl!'. of Waller road, attended Bethel high school. !).'he gfoom is t11e son of the Robert L. Donhams of Steil.acoom Like ;md attend~ ed Visitation in TftCOma. They will make thei.r.ho!rle in Tacom;i.

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an!I Portlalld GR •. 8501 Manager William Schaefer wants to report that the junior baseball team sponsored by the ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY 8201 Park Avenue Parkland merchants ended the first half of play tied for first· Phone HA 2842 place with the 34th ATC team. He notes that he still hasn't seen any sponsor at the ball Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw FIRE - AUTO games. The next league game be Friday, July 9, at 8 p. 12909 Pacific Ave. GR 4000 m. at . Peck Field. There will also be a practice game this (Thursday) evening at 6 p'clock . PHYSICIANS at Western State r.ospital.

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A-2C OSWALD CASTRA, 33rd Air Transport Squadron and first sergeant, Thomas Neubauer gaze upon a letter from the graduate committee, College of Puget Sound. The letter- reports that airma11 Castro was accepted as a candidate to work for his Master's degre in French. The China-born airman recently received his naturalization pape:rs. In addition to Fr'ench, he also speal<s Spanish, Portugese, Chinese, and E11glish fluently and is striving for his PH D in foreign trade. allup. The guest of honor, Miss

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A small, unassuming A-2C of the 33rd Air Transport Squadron. recently won the admiration· of his squadron. Oswald Castro, an air operations passenger specialist, was accepted as a candidate to work for his Master's degree in French at lhe College of Puget Sound. Castro is attending C.P.S. in off duty hours unde1· "bootstrap." A graduate of Idaho State College, he inlisted in 1.he Air Force June 19, 1933 and gained his citizenship, Feb. 19, 1954. Ile was born in Shangsi, China, coming to this country as a SC'aman -with lhP merchant marine. He made the headlines in July 1952 when a special law, the rirst of its kind, was passed by Congress permittmg his legal entry into 1.he United States. The decision ended a four year wrangle with Washington red tape to stay in th!s country. Versatility is his keynote. He speaks five languages fluently --Spanish; Portugese, Chinese, Fn,nch aml. English. He has already spent two and a half years of his life working for the government as a member of the civilian branch of the U.S. Army and Air Force in China. For this work, he received the emblem for civilian service. He is currently a qualified applicant forOCS. While waiting for his class, he is striving for his P.H.D. in foreign trade.

of the school. All children of the community are welcome to attend. Last year's vacation Bible Mrs. M. S. Rau school was very popular, with GRanita 8391 an enrollment of about 10() The vacation Bible school of children. Home on Leave the Summit Methodist church Paul Hawkins is home on. a is scheduled July 12 to 23 this 12-day leave from Port Huenyear, classes to be held from 9 eme, Calif., where he has been 1Lm. ·till noon week days in the attending a draft.man's school. church hall. Mrs. Cecile Han· After his leave, will report at son of Seattle will be in charge Adak, Alaska, to serve in the Sf'a Bees contingent group.

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In the list of graduates from the Collins district published recently in the Times-Journal, Mrs. e:. F. Curtis Fred Geiger was listed as Jim GRanite 7706 Geiger and the name of Jim The Franklin Pierce district Fain was ommitted. Please exrecreational program which was cuse the f'rror. started in Jurn' has proved to be very successful so far. On Elk Plain 4-H Mondays, Wednesdays an cl FriThe last meeting of the Elk days entertainment is provided Plain Girls 4-H was held at the at the Midland schools and Tuesdays and Thursdays there is club house .JunP 28. A birthday swimming al Spanaway lake. party for girls who had· birthHelp is needed in reading or days from March lo June was enjoyed. Refreshments wen:. telling stories to the younger served by Ellen Clark and Bevchildl·en, and in teaching handi craft_ Also, volunteer workers arc needed three weeks in August from the 2nd to the 21st. If inte11ested, please contact Mrs. Sam Tillman, GR 8375.

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evening of cards and visiting. Guests for the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Root,'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Badham, Mr. and Mrs. John Harber, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Challender, Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cordes and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thompson. and Mr. and Mrs. Art Lincoln were unable to attend. To Attend Graduation

Mrs. Bell Lincoln of Portland spent 10 days with her son and family last week to attend her grandson Gary's graduation from the 8th grade. New Son-

.bell, Mrs. Bernie Carlson, Mrs. Goldie Grout, Mrs. Gladys Lambert, Mrs. Della. Peterson and Mrs. Esther Almaas, and four grandchildren. All are of Tacoma.

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk <E. K.) Bodhaine are the proud parents of a new son born to them on the 7th of June in the St. Joseph hospital in Tacoma. Mathew Kirk weighed 7 pounds 7 ozs. at birth and has two sisters, Lea and Gina, at home. Grandparents are Mr. W. C. DeBaun of Waller road and Mrs. Mary Bodhaine of Tacoma.

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A general workshop highlighted the regular meeting of Altrusa club of the ·Parkland area, held June 24 at the home of Stella Jacobs. Ways and means of securing new members, more money and new proj. ects were discussed. President Florence Pryer presided. The following committee appoint· ments were announced, the chairman's name first: Altrusa Informat10n and Publicity, Esther Pavis, Polores Bwwn, Ruth Magdanz; Vocational Information, Bonnie Peters, Evelyn Kramer; Publi.c Affairs, Dona McKewen, Doris Gable; International Relations, Zelma Laurinat, Alice Moorehead; Program Co-ordinator, Beulah Selle; By-Laws, Virginia· Seaman; Classification and Membership, Elva Vaughan, Mary Lou Lapenski; .FinanCE', Edith Roley, Alma Armstrong; Ways.. and Means, Myrtle Mackle, Jenny Grodvig, Char· 'ilotte Gibbons, Augusta Etern; Projects, Elizabeth Lonimire, Hazel Nordyke, Marjorie Yo~ng; Year Book, Ollve Tarpenmng; Intraclub Chairman, Wilma Rycroft.

Hostesses for the evening were Florence Dryer and Charlotte Gibbons. There were 18 members present. The next meeting will be July 28, a potluck dinner to be held at 7 p.m. at the home of Zelma Laurinat.

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SPOT CASH FOR YOUR USED FURNITURE 1 Piece or House Full JACK RAN OLES Block's Furniture Mart 8219 So. Tacoma Way Horse Ranch GR. 8373 LA 2882 ----10 ACRES; 4 bedroom house; lots of out buildings; close wANTED-Buildings to wreck. in. Orrin Moore, GR 5469, GR 3558, GR 8638. ROTOVATING-$3.50 an hour, We buy and sell used building $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worley, materials. White Ball Lumber WE NEED small farms and low priced houses. Call Orrin GR 6297. 3ctf Co., Bingham Road. Just west of Summit View; .GR 8591. 8ctf w Moore, GR 5469, GR 3558. LAWNMOWER Sharpening. A. A. Equipment Rentals; 3804 9-Real Estate Insurance SUBURBAN REALTY Pacific Ave. HI 6193. 3ctf GRanlte 8638 Homes in Parkland _Com!:llun-11 11302 Pacific Avenue WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, ity; Acreage close rn, either !__ _ _ _ _ __;,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _I w level buildings; cabinet work, with or without buildings. concrete work. Reasonable. II'» D n a ' LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo WILL TRADE hay for horses. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf uert 11»rOWll'I n..ea1ty Service for develbping. In at GR 6446. 16ctf 1W '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific 11220 Pacific Ave. Ave. 15ctf C"-T.L 'TOM RAFFERTY,!.,. Office-Days GR 3341 HAY BALING GR 4443; your agEmt for Powd- : ..,. Evenings-YU 9221, HI 3315 USED DAVENPORT & chair; er R1ver Cattle ::iqueeze Chute. · w clean, very good condition, $75. ·HI 6174 • LA 7161 Cutting, 16p461 . PARK WAY FURNITURE, Side Delivery Raking Agent for American Express 141st & Pacific, GR 3941. open ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS JOHN H. ARNESTAD _ _ _Money Orders till 9 p.m. 15c43 Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 12009 Mile B Road, Q,, Tacoma 44, Wash. breeding fee; no charge on reFOR SALE-Cozy COMFORT- SPECIAL ORDER CAKES- GRanite 4282 ABLE 2 years old, 1% be_d- Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer- > room home, $6~00. Fully m- Bakery. 15ctf sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown ;;:Jio' Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup sulated, economical to heat, LAWNMOWERS Grindin11:, wall to wall carpeting, fenced CLOSE OUT SALE 50% OFF 5-8393. 16ctf ...m Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & yard, large detached garage, on all Glass, Axels, Brake LinDelivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. 2 blocks to bus and store. 160 ing, Springs. Prices reduced SPIRITED - 3-gaited Morgan New and Used. PARKLAND East Tule Lake Rd. GR 8561. on all other parts and acces- mare, $125. Call BR 3962 week ~ CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf 9c43 sories. I need the space, hur- nights. 16p42 ·--------ry! NORWOOD AUTO PARTS Jennie L. Grodvlg WA 7673. Pioneer Way be-

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and HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL, 30c Qt. by the case. Spark Plugs 65c; ~on~A Tool for Every Job ll'g 'II& 1illilh. g 'L..111 3 4 bedrooms). ed Brake Shoe, exch. $8.9;:i. NORWOOD AUTO PARTS, across from Starlite Theatl'e 8322 S. Tac. Way LA 4712 LANDSCAPING - Bulldozing, JAMES R. LORING WA 7673. %-way between TaRotovating; top soil and ferREAL ESTATE zzma and Puyallup on P1~g<>~~ I til!zer by sack, yard or truck . . ay. c load· free estima. tes monthly 12609 Pac1f1c Ave., Parkland FO S U d 1 t ' A c "'d 'd 7202 . . R ALE sc· JCaters a rates; . . r, ~ar s; GRan1te 4148 Anytime Parkland Fuel Oil Service; Park Ave. I-IA 9991. 3ctf GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Buick • Pontiac • Chev. ---15ctf Speciaist SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED-1 I 0-Rentals Contents hauled away. Don ORDERS TAKEN now for rasp.Rt. 3, Box 149 • Puy 5-7207 Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA! . berries, strawberries, logan-; Around corner off Airport 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 j FOR RENT Furmshed 4- berries and nectarberries; also on Cedar Road. Woodland 3ctf room duplex apartment; bath eggs and cream; 306 East 121.st District. and utility room; $30; also 3- St., GR 8720. 15c45 room unfinished house, wired PIERCE COUNTY 220, $15; 1117 Enst 104th St., FOR SALE - Twin cement on Knapp and Golden Given laundry tubs; good condition; REFUSE CO. Road. 10c43 GR 7870. 15c43 -----··---------WEEKLY GARBAGE WANTED Chickens and rabFOR HENT 2 bedroom unCOLLECTIONS AMERICAN finished house, wired for 220. bits. Call us before you sell. Phone GR. 8688 Cape's Poultry Market, 7036 4925 Waller Rd. WA 7686. ART CO. 10c43 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. HA 4406. 15ctf CUSTOM PICTURE TRACTOR WORK Plow.ing, BOARD & ROOM Good FRAMING discing, blade work, mowmg; meals, nice home, good loca- FOR SALE - One girls bicycle, OLD MASTERS AND Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf tion; GR 6009, Parkland. $20. Earl Klein, 1218 So. 115th MODERN PRINTS ---------------10c43 St. GR 6015. 15c43 LAWNMOWER Sharpening & BRoadway 4327 SPANAWAY AUCTION Repairing. Free pick-up and 6th Avenue 2046 New and used furniture; neardelivery in Lakes area. Phone I I-Repair Service ly new Hotpoin t electric range LA 8002. 3ctf WASHING M.ACHINE PARTS., at new barn, 149th & Pa. cif.ic Largest stock in town. Repair- Ave. GR 6897. 15c43 Hutson i!1g t!mt J?l~ases. B.B.'s Washer, CEDAR l<,EN'CE POSTS--_ TANK CLEANING Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9j_~~tf Round or split, any length, 35c SEPTIC TANKS - CESS & up, delivered. Write Cloyes ,.,... ...... ~--- ,. . .... ··{ov. 15cif POOLS CLEANED

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AN'S.

Walter Ellis, Oliver Omat, Emily Ball and Margaret Wright. Mrs. Arna Peterson will. be the next hostess.

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Bologna .. Skinless Weiners. • lb. 39c Corned Beef. Sugar ·Cured • lb. 37c Sliced Bacon. Morning Glory lb. 69c

Mr. and Mrs. Harry White entertained Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Omat . and family at din.ner July 1 in celebration of the Omats' 21st wedding anniversary.

Prices Effective Friday &. Sa\urday, July 9th and 10th

SPANAWAY MEAT MARKET NEXT DOOR To HERMAN'S

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Busiest Airports The 10 busiest airports in the United States in 1953 were Chi· cago Midway, Miami, Los Ang-. eles, Cleveland,. Wichita, At· lanta, New York (LaGuardia), Denver, Dallas and Teterboro.

Jake LaMotta, former middle. weight champion of the world, has hung up his gloves for good. The "Bronx Bull" reportedly made over a million dol1ars in the ·ring.

WHILE THEY LAST!

GraJi.dmother Club

The Grandmothers Sunshine club will meet July 9 at the home of Mrs. Albert (Kate) Nelson, with Mrs. Sam Jenk· ins and Mrs, Pauline Betchard as hostesses for the 1 o'clock luncheon.. All grandmothers of the community are invited to attend. Rebekahs to Meet

Kapowsin Rebekah P.N.G. elub will meet at the home of the president, Mrs. John Huff

FOR YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR

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Times journal v 9 no 43 jul 8, 1954