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THURSDAY, JWL Y 15, 1954

Spana way Events Enjoyed br Many

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Pee Wee league In the South End Pee Wee league, Franklin Pierce rf'crealion baseball program for jun· ior players standings were as follows at the weekend: W L Parkland Fuel OilMcCay's .................... - ........ 3 0 jo1111son Drug _.................. 2 0 Parkland Firemen' ..... _.. ____ 1 1 Parkland Active Club ...... 0 3 Parkland Kiwariis -........... 0 2

On behalf of the Spanaway Progressive Communily club, I want to thank all of those who served on the various commit. tees for our 4th of July Celebration. In revie\\·ing the vat'ious events, the dnnce was a great success and Stan Boreson's orchestra .proved to be -a very popular attraction. The barbecue was well patronized and we all e:tlcnd a vote of thanks to Mr. Driggers for his valuable assistance in preparing the beef barbecue. While we cannot show much financial gain in this enterprise, we nevertheless proved that success can be had in such an undertuking i r the en lire community gels behind it. We hope that another such celebration can be promoted next year and that we can profit by

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Another Errand of Mercy Waller Road News Mrs. Verne Fogle 6405 E. Vickery Rd. GRanite 5210 Jim Young, U.S. Navy, is on leave from duty aboard the USS Thomas Jefforson and en· joying the 20-day stay at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Young of VickeTy road.

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tlle experience gained this year. It will take the cooperation of a.11 our Southern Pierce county communities to make this a complete success. The crowning of the queen at Sp2"naway sc11ool was an enjoyable affair and the committee in charge deserve their well carrwd praisl'. The Pd Parade vvas an interesting event to our youngsters and enjoyed by the grownups. The ·water Battle ended in a draw and while a few of the participants· got a lit.Uc wet, there were no casualties. The various racing and swimming events had a good many entries and they all entered into it with spirit and zest. The fireworks on the island opposite the park pro\·ed a major attraction and created something of a traffic jam in Metro· politan park. The patriotic address by Don Eastvold was well received. We wen~ reminded or t11e blessings and freedoms enjoyed by Americans as compared wi t11 the· rule of the iron fist in the Communist dominated countries of Europe and Asia. H. W. Randall, Geµeral Chairman

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Home on Leave Barbara Joyce \Villiams, seaman apprentice in the U.S. l'~avy, is enjoying a 20-day _leave at the home of her parents, Mr~ and Mrs. Walter R. Williams of 3635 Waller road. Barbara is stalioncd at Norfolk, Va., and her duties 'are with the Port of Control office of the Navy. The free ambulance maintained in connection with the Spanav.iay Volunteer Fire department Training for Hike again proved its worth Monday morning when used to rush to 'ihe Pierce County hospital nineIf you should see Scoutyear·olcl Tommy Porter after the child was seriocis:y injured whe,o struck by the car of George master Henry DeMeerleer and F. Timmons of Morton at Spanaway. Hurled 62 feet by the impact when he ran in front of the Timmons car, Tommy suffered a compound fra:>1:ure cf the left lug, a severe skull fracture, deep wife Betty hiking along the cuts about the head and internal inju1·ies. Examining physiciais}' state he has a 50-50 chance to country roads with a full pack pull through. He is the son of Mrs. Rosebell Vera of 175th 2nd A Sts.; ilis step-father, LeRoy Vera on their. backs, don't be alarmis in the service and now overseas. State Highway Patrol Officers Al Stewart and Riley Bryan-t ed! They are not leaving OUT investigated the accident. Photo by Henry Crate community-they are training for the over 100-mile hike they 4~H Hobo Dance plan to go on wi_th a goodly HN'l&llfl!~ U I ~ d number of Boy Scouts of troop £ Ko. 23 and Assistant Leader II° .. S,.oc < .d ·. · ni g July 16 Don Howard and wife Betty. R'!H!l'>lillli"S dance rI ay e;'e n'' : This trip has been a long , at Elk Plam hlocalkl, talked about event for the troop , -aancmg starts a oc · · · · 1 11 . P J l 15-The latest in poultry research Th ·n b prize for the and .. they are all a!1Xlous y uya up, U Y · . l F • '... ere wi e a . ,, . , . . awa1tmg the day to start. will be on disi)lay hei·e durmg tl1e a1mua armers best dressed "hobo. Donatio11s . ~ H d Field Dav and-Open House at WSC's Western Wash- are 50 cents and 25 cents. . 4-~ Lcas~re., . ·, " . · Station . . Proceeds will be used to help Mr~. G1lbe1 t ar son, 4 - a · mgton Expeument bPst the olher two years. High '1-H girls and boys go to camp. visor, entertained the Waller Thursday, July 22. winds and low temperatures , . . Road 4-H Lassies at her home Poultry scientists at the S_ta· definitely seemed to cut egg ~J,eenly interested in this experi- one evening last week. tion are working on problems production of birds maintained ment Mr. Bearse explains. Members of the group who of poultry management'. disease in outdoor cages. In mild wint- ,·•.·· corisiderable eiuphasis this recently graduated from high control, nutrition, breedmg, and ers, however, about equal egg Field Day will be on chick nu- school, Marita Shea, Mary Elegg quality. Here's a .rundo~n production was obtaine~ with trition since the new Chick, I-<u· len Farley and Eleanor Gilof what Field Day V!Sltors will all three groups, according to ;trition Laborafory will be open rcath, were presented with a see and hear about. R. S. Hansen, in charge of Man· for inspection for the first time. lovely corsage for each. Wire floor or cage man:i-ge- agement investigations. l"fhe new buildinghas been e<;>nOthers present were .Linda m.ent is being compared to htter Gordon .E. Beause, :Poultry· ·ptructed so asto. i;educe the ef_•.and ,Anita Lewis, Barbara Farm;anagement for laying chick· man of the Station, indicates 'feet of environment in chick ley, Beverl;y Harrold, Shar.on ens. During the past four years, that an extensive . experimerit feeding tests. Feeding tests _Bothwel!, Monica Shea and pullets haye been raised on testing the value of different r,:i?mparing. purified diets w_ith Betty A.~person. '.Mrs. l!;l.rrold, rru1ge and 011 wire and,the11 levels of antibiotics in the diet .~at11raidiets, as well as results 4•H dub]?assii;tant leader, was ho11sed i11 \l co11ventjona: layi.pg of layi11g henswill be OJ?en for -0.f tests with tmi~entified. chick ,also a guest. ~/li,~111?~ ''£!!1\'·_·Jit~1c"•···•.~1~<!'·•~... ·,~~. }ll?Pec;.t!eµ .•,... •;Mt:il;li<:>t!cs,'•·· •.. h~:y:e 'i•li:;'IJWtJ1 .. ~act9rii. ""111 _be,. ~1scu~- . IlIWillg th;)_,!l"leet~g •th~_••wailf , flooied comfr.rl1J1i:tY, c~ge11 111· P;roven be a big help in r3;1J;• ed by. L. R; .Berg, Poultry. Nu· t?pic for ;'discussion, was, fhe doqrs a11dputd9orn. Ra,J1ge·r~· il.1g ;y-oung c9icja;,reducing~9r.• tritionisf. . . . coming 4-H _Fair and County ed pulle.ts laid l"!()st tw(I of t1:011() tality .. a:nd stepping. llR grow-th Poultry pro.blems dm1't all re- Camp. years, wire floor raised bu"'ds rate. The -question is-c-Will they volve around management, Refreshments were served in reduce mortality a,nd increase feeding and disea~e. Dr. C. F. the.form of an indoor picnic, the number of eggs produced McClary, Poultry Geneticist, Ill at Home .by. laying hens? The experi~ will present results of s!udies Mrs. Earnestine Savage ment hasn't progressed far which show. that the quality of East 72nd St. has been ill at enough as yet to determine Jf eggs produced can be greatly her home for several weeks. ilie antibiotics will be of ,any influenced, by heredity. He will She is• showing signs of 209 Sc. 84th HI 4&72 value. Nevertheless, poultry· also discuss work being done in provement now. We wisl1 ment of the 11:rea should be an effort to improve fryer chick a speedy recovery. This Week End production. - Featuring Picking Berries supt. D .. F. Allmendinger says Angel Food Cakes Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Rob· all the departments at the ,Sta· Cherry Nut tion plans booths and tours to inson, who have one of the larg. Pineapple show visitors their work dur- est raspberry farms in the Lemon Filled iiig the Field Day. A new fea- Waller Road area, started the Vanilla ture U1is year will be a lunch- berry picking season on Monyour choice of icing eon of barbecued beef available day. The berries are fine, refrom the 4-H Club under U1e ports Mrs. Robinson. Half Gal. Bulk Style Ice Also starting the season were direction of the Plerce County Cream in the new packCon'!!lidell' Convenience 4-H Leaders Council. The Stat· Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Jorgenage that fits your refrigfor vour friends wl)en ion plans to furnis'h coffee and sen, with a lively group of pickerator. · choosfog a funeral ·. direc- ice cream at noon free of charge ers in the field. tor. Go where they can Recall Old Times park-out of the traffic. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vasic. Trav~ Fern Hill Pioneer Days ko of 72nd and Vickery road Coming Soon were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Einar Larsen of the Mountain highway. The two women were school friends and had many remm1scences to share during the day. While there, they also called on Mrs. Gus Simonson, another old-time acquaintance who al· so resides in, the Weyerhaeuser Cut Up community. Surprise Visit Mrs, Gilbert Carlson was . pleasantly surprised last Thurs. day when an old-time acquaint· ance, JYJ:rs. Rudolph Bloomquist of Minneapolis, Minn., paid her a visit. Mrs, Bloomquist will be remembered by many old~tim­ ers of the Waller Road dlstrict as the former Miss Hulda Johnson, a teacher at the school when it was known as Wood. row. Mrs. Bloomquit, with the Rev . Bloomquist and family had attended the convention of Lutheran churches in California and (Continued on Page 8)

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Window Display To Feature Stojack Awards To promote interest in wrestling, a special display will appear for a week in the window of Parkland Western Auto, Pacific avenue near Airport, sponsored by the Wrestling Alliance of this area, featuring awards won by Frank Stojack of Ta coma over a two year period. The interesting display, estimated at a value of $4,500, in· eludes the world's light heavyweight championship belt, ~he Youth Ins-piration Award (which he was the only wrestler in the United .States to win) and his 'trophies as King of Wrestling, a contest which recently ended with Stojack polling 112,000 ballots, in a write-in vote. The display includes his robe, crown and other prizes won as King of WTestling. It will be in the window from July 16 to 23. Stojack is particularly well known not only to sports fans in this .area, but a!Bo to the g~n~ era! public, since his election )ast year as a member of the Tacoma City Council. His popularity as a _wrest:er through 4,000 matches m which he is lmown as an exponent of fair play and "give the other • h'l 1 h J guy ~ br~ak' p i osop 1y~ e .ped wm hun the royal title. A ·aduate of Llneoln High School gr

Mrs. Jacobs Honored Stella S. Jacobs, of Stella's Flowers, was elected chairm.an of the local unit of the Florist's 'Telegraph Pelivery association at a meeting held in Olymp~a last Sunday. The unit takes in Centralia, Chehalis, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Raymond, Elma, Olympia, Puyallup, Sumner, Shelton, Tacoma and Parkland, with a bonded membership of 31 flower shops. The purpose of the unit is to meet together to foster good· will an'.IOng the florists as weli as to further guarantee the best Of service to the huying public in the sending and receiving of flowers by wire. Nels Lund, of Lund 'Flo).'al, was elected Vice-chairman and Bertha Ruby of Aberdeen, se<:!retary. treasurer.

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in Tacoma, Stojack worked his way through WSCS to get a Physical Education degree and a national award for ,his grades, played professional football for the Brooklyn Dodgers, and then ifor the Boeing Bombers.

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tives and seeing the sights. While they were gone, tl1e Rev. Cooper, formerly the pastor at Parkland, supplied the pulpit. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McMillan and daughter Marilyn, who is home from Whitman college, visited friends in .Enumclaw Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Toburen and son Jimmie and daughter, Mrs. Doris Anderson, have returned from a month's visit wiU1 relatives and friends in Kansas. ·Norman Blaser from Los Angeles is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blaser of Knapp road UQ•Hh St.), also his sister and husband, Mr. and

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Mrs. Neil Gaiser of Parkland. Norman is a graduate of Central A venue school. Circle Meeting The Ada Holden circle of the Summit Methodist church will meet Thursday, .July 22, for a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Heister on Canyon road. Choir Elect$ At a recent meeting of the Summit church choir the following officers were elected: Mrs. E. C. Hamblet, director; Mrs. Alice Morton, president; Mrs. C. R. McMill!'ln, secretary. The choir is sponsoring ·a cruise through Puget sound .on the Gallant Lady on August & Tickets may be purchased from the choir memhers. Just keep the date open.

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and abetted by i'he business Chet Thorp, coach, GR. 8337, folk of Collins and Summit area. for details. Let's all of us, as parents and fans who want to have a good, "Why did you leave New clean sport and reereation for York?" our youth, back these ldds with "I couldn't bring it with me." rousing cheers. li\Ull&•'l!llll.•&'l!llll.• Check the. recreation score Move The in the paper for games of call

The annual pienic of Cub Scout pack No. 92 will be held Sunday, July 18, at the Metropolitan park at Spanaway lake. All Cubs and their famili es,and anyone connected with this Pack are welcome. Everyone is asked to bring a potluck lunch and have fun. There will be swimming, baseball and races <;''ith prizes) and the pienic. dmner between 12:00 and 1 :00 p. m. Free ice cream, too! Call Mrs. Ken Otto, GR. 6306, for further information: Teen-Agers! . . Attention, all Collins teenage members! A special dance for you and your parents at Collins gym Saturday nite, July 17, 8 to 11 o'clock. Come out, ma and pa, and give the ldds a whirl Let's have a ·bang-up turnout! Hot dogs and coffee will be on sale. For extra information, call GR. 6306.

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There' is a variety of things going on this coming week end, July 18th. You may take your pick. The Parkland Hiding club is sponsoring a breakfast ride starting from their club grounds back of the U1 Pergola Inn at 8 a.m. Then there is the Lacey Rodeo where the Tacoma Lariettes will do their square dance on horseback. Of course we have told you several times about the big stampede planned by the Twin Rivers Riding club of Orting. All in all, it appears to be a very busy week end. Along the trail we saw the Elma Rodeo for last week called off ... the B & B H.anch very busy renting horses . . . Bill Campbell buying a palo- , mino . . . the telephone wire kept real busy when you adver·

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Qutln<> at Lake Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Folk and Sharon 8.t their cabin at Clear.Lak~ over the J"uly 4th weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Folk, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Folk and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Landon, all .of Tacoma.

The Grandmothers Sunshine club met at the home of Mrs. Albert Nelson for 1 o'clock lllllcheon. with 13 members and two viSitors. present. They are to entertain" the grandfathers on Saturday, July 17, at .7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Launberg. From Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lorenz and daughter Kathy of Seattle are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lorenz. Here for 4th . Mrs. Maude Richardson and daughter Lucille and Mrs. Brown of Raymond, Wash.,

Promoted Two local Navy brothers have received recent promotions. Glen A. and Wesley M. Swick, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Swick, of Rt. 1, Box 390C, Spanaway, have both been promoted to pipefitter third class, USN. Both boys are serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge, operating with the Pacific Fleet.

RURAL GARBAGE SIR.VICE

Physical examinations of all children entering first grade in any of the Franklin Pierce sc?ools will again be required this year. This examination should b~ done sometime before the openmg of school in September so that any corrections the doctor may advise could be made. Health forms to be used for • the examinations can be obtainYoung Bandit ed. from the sul?erintendent's A 17-year-old boy was appreoffice, or ~Y calhng GR 8652 hended early Friday morning and requesting them. driving . out of the Armstrong Poultry Co. car lot in one of the company cars. He was takPotluck Supper en in custody by Merchant Pa· The regular monthly potluck trol Officer Lew Florence and supper meeting of the Wiscon- is now in the county jail awaitsin club of Tacoma will be held at 6 ·p.m. Sunday, July 18, in ing trial. the basement of the Odd Fellows A man with a wonderful voTemple, Sixth and Fawcett avecabultry is one Who can de· nues, Tacoma. scribe a shapely girl without using his hands. visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mothershed. over · Support Our Advertisers the Fourth. They all motored to Polnt . Defiance to spend the Fourth of July. VlSIT O'Ult .. Friends and neighbors will RECORD SHOPPE be glad to hear that Byron Miller is home from the hospital.

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MATURE WOl:V1AN wanted for cleaning and ironing two days . 5c44 ROTOVATING-$3.50 an hour, a week; GR 5044. 1 $5.00 minimum; H. L. Worlt'y, GR 6297. 3ctf

<;>uick Possession 2-BEDROOM home; fine place; well kept; best location in Parkland; GI $9500. Call Mr. Dammel, GR 3684, GR 8633

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LAWNMOWER Sharpening. A. A. Equipment Rentals; 3804 Pacific Ave. HI 6193. 3ctf

I 0-Acre Horse Ranch LARGE 4-bedroom home with fireplace and basement furnace. Good barn, excellent soil; close in. Call Orrin Moore, GR 8638, GR 5469, GR 3558.

Flag Pole Sitter To try for world's record. Apply at Pochel Distributing Co., 140th & Pacific Ave. GR 8624. 5p44

COMPLETE OPTICAL SERV· BCE now available in South Tacoma. Exacting eye examin · ations without use of drops. No parking problems. Dr. Wagner and Associates, Optometrists, 3509 So. 54th. Phone HA 8572. 3ctf

Four-Bedroom Home LOCATED on four lots. Large rooms, 4-piece bath, nice cabinet kitchen. Separate garage with work space. Yard is fenced and landscaped. A good buy at $7850; closing costs to G.I. Call Mr. O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.

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G. I. A:PPRAISED; excellent condition; 3 lots, corner loca· tion. Call Helen O'Brien, GR 8638, GR 3558, GR 5469.

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IF YOU HA VE HAY to mow, WANTED-Buildings to wreck we can do it. Call Cliff Keller, We buy and sell used building I Q n t a ·1 5 WANTED - Chickens and rab- 1Puyallup 5-8529; Rt. 3, Box materials. White Ball Lumber -r;.en bits. Call us before you sell. 1124, Puyallup. 3p45 Co., Bingham Road. Just west of Summit View; GR 8591. Self FOR RENT _ Cottage, fully Cop:'s Poultry Market, 7036 furnished $30 includin util· Pac1f1c Ave., Tacoma, Wash. FOR THE BEST QUAL· ities; GR 5248,' GR 8585.g 9c44 HA 4406. 15ctf ~ 9-Real Estate BTY IN BEEF CATTLE, SEE A BEEF CATTLE FOR REN'T--=-3-room~rt- Nqw, Freezers, Ranges, Re· I~ MANI Homes In Parkland Commun- ment; range, refr;gerator, full frigera~ors, T.V., Et<;:_. at whole-1 ity; ·Acreage close In, either bath; $27.50 including lights, sale prices. Call HI ;:>019. 15p44 cg RAFFERTY'S with or without buildings. water; 414 Garfield St., Apt. 5. Q.. BEEF CATTLE 10p44 RIDE WANTED by two to Pa· FFA &. 4·H Cattle -----------cific Car & Foundary, Renton; Bert Brown Realty FOR RENT - 2 bedroom un- day shift· GR 7520. 15p44 Terms 11220 Pacific Ave. furnished house, wired for 220. ' 0 Office-Days. GR 8695 TAiP ACROBATIC BALLET 4925 Waller Rd. WA 7686. 10c43 • • Evenings-YU 9221, 'HI 3315 - - - - - - - - - - - - - classes. All ages. Mildred (&: HI 6174 · · LA 7161 15c~f I I-Repair Service Keller, GR 7881 · WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, :> level buildings; cabinet work, Agent for American Express Money Orders WASHING MACHINE PARTS. 2 CORDS green upland slab, 0 concrete work. Reasonable. Largest stock in town. Repair- $14; GR 3306. 15ctf GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf ----~CLOVER .CRE.EK; 23 ac;es; 3· ing t?at pleases. B.B.'s Wash<"r PARKLAND FURNITURE _ bedroom, drilled well, con- Service, 3727 S(l. G. HI 9409. New and used miscellaneous· HAY BALING crete barns; do~ble . garage· llctf Airport & Pacific Ave. Resi'. Cutting, greenho~se; outside fireplace; dence Phone GR 3748.. , 15ctf Side Delivery Raking orchard, GR 8 2 18. 9p 44 12-Used Autos FOR SALE - Old····· newspapers; JOHN H. ARNESTAD SMALL house to be moved, HI . big bundle for ....10c; Times12009 Mile B Road, 7971. 9c44 $140 for $225.00 EQUITY m Journal office, 119th & Pacific Tacoma 44, Wash. 1947 Chev. 4-door. Bal. $392.00, Ave. · 15ptf • · GRanite 4282 FURNISHED • $4500 payable $45.00 month. (Car !.._ . EASY terms. 2 bedrooms, !iv- has R., H., Windshield Wash· SPANAWAY AUCTION _ LAWNMOWERS Grindin.)!:, ing room, kitchen, wired 220, ers);. very clean. Can be seen New and used furniture; near· Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & auto. h'?t. water, 3·pc. bath, at !:mes-Journal, 119th and Jy new Hotpoint electric range Delivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. large utility, garage. Near )\1c· Pac1f1c Ave. 12 at new barn, 149th & Pacific New and Used. PARKLAND Kinley Ave. business section. YOUR CHOICE f $"O 15c44 1939 Ave. GR 6895. CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf Call Ralph Decker, HI 9579. Pl outh sedanor r~ns -fair· $500 DOWN 19r~ Olds 6 coacl~. a few part~ I FOR SALE - Chrome dinette IMMEDIATE posession. Large missing, good body, clean in" 1 set $30; new 9x12 rug $30; living and dining room, kitch· terior; phone Yelm 2550. 12p44 baby bed complete $10; baby en, wired 220, good built-ins, stroller $2; lawnmower $10; 2 large bedrooms, utility room, 13-Farm Ads bed with springs $5; GR 4208. cement foundation, land lOOx 15c44 120, fenced yard. 1h bl<;>ck. to HAY BALING-It's that time bcusll. RSoluhthDTakcomaHid91~7tr91ct. again; call Viv Selle, Graham FOR SALE-Florenee elecb·ic a aP ec. er, · ;:> • 7 ·2127. 13ctf range witi1 automatic clock LARGE 4 bedroom home, 72nd ·-- . and light, $40; 5319 So. Park, Septic Tank Cleaning street. C:Pnc;r~te foundat;ion, GOOD RYE HAY-50c per bale. HI 6245. 15c44 new compos1t1on roof, w1retl Lacrosse, Rt. 7, Box 581, FredFree Estimates 1 220, new auto. hot water heat- rickson Road. 13ctf 1 er. 2 car garage. Corner lots - - ---- FOR SALE - Bendix electric And Advice 100x120. Good location. G.I., SIDE DELIVERY RAKING - 1 dryer, $95; 5319 South Park, F.H.A. or take over G.I. loan. GR 8492. 13ctf HI 6245. 15c44 1 ~~;~. ~~~79c~;\,3{a~8~~der- -,4----Situation Wanted FOR SALE - Player piano; GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing McKinley Hm Realty excellent condition; over 100 ACCORDION LESSONS in rolls; ideal for recreation room Heating. New work. Remodel~ HI 9579 your home; instrument furning, Repairs. Phone GR 4,;77. McKinley Ave. LA 9082. 15c41 3cii Member of ished; call HA 5788 collect. Tacoma Real Estate Board 14ctf - -- WHIPPING CREAM 80c a Qt.; ED DILLON & CO.-For the .best rotovating; light blade FOR SALE - G.I. equity in 2· BABY SITTING and child care; GR 8142; 2722 East 112th St. 15c44 work. Free estimates. Satisfac· bedroom house. Parkland area, call evenings; GR 4866. 14c46 tion guaranteed; PR 3902, $1800. Present mortgage G.1. BRICK WORK - House level· ' HI 5681. 3ctf 4% at $54 per month. Call h1g and foundations, retaining Conoco I 0-30 Oil GR 8647. 9ctf walls, sidewalk and patios, fir<"35c Qt. by Case lot FOR SALE - 3-bedroom house placc and stone work. GR 4291 • HAY CUTTING 14ctf in Roy, furnished or unfurn. evenings. CONOCO &. HAVOLINE ishcd; shown by appointment. 30c Qt. by Case Lots • Side Delivery Raking SEWING & ALTERATIONS; Write or phone owner, Miss J. Spark Plugs, 65o each e,.,_-perienced; Apt. 6, Parkland • GR. 8408 " Mae Chambers, 801 So. G St.. , Center Apartments. 14c46 Bonded Brake Shoe, Exch. Baler Arrangements • Tacoma; phone BR 1967. 9c44 $8.95 WANTED - Baby sitting by Norwood G. I. Financing F.H.A. competent woman; my home, LANDSCAPING - Bulldozing, WE NEED listings of all kinds_ by hour or day; GR 4924. Rotovating; top soil and fer· 14c44 tillzer by sack, yard or truck Farms, acreage, lots, building Pioneer Way Between -load; free estimates, monthly sites, homes., (new or old, 1, 2, RELLl\.BLE WOMAN wants Tacoma &. Puyallup rates; A. C. Edwards; 7202 3, 4 bedrooms). l5ctf baby sitting by day or hour in Park Ave. HA 9997. 3ctf her home; GR 7793. 14c45 ---- ---·+-FOR SALE-Kitchen table and LORING SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED- JAMES FIEAL ESTATE BABY SITTING by reliable five chairs $10, babiE's car se!lt Contents hauled away. Don Party; nights; GR 3605. 14c44 $1.00, high chair $'3.00, nursery Rr>dford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA 12909 Pacific Ave., Parkland chair $5.00, baby wagon $2.00, 7334. If no answer call GA 9242 GRanlte 4148 Anytime two stools $1.00 each, floor 3ctf 15-Misc::ellaneous lamp $10, rocking chair $3.00, BEDROOM rambler on lot LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo boys and girls bike $25 each. PIERCE COVNfY 375x100, at 623 125th St., Parkland, this one is brand new. Service for developing. In at See lower campus Pacific Lutheran $12,000.00. REFUSE CO. '1 o. out at 5. 9610 Pacific college. 15c44 STORY and half bungalow with Ave. 15ctf WI WE,El(t.. V GJl,.RDAQE - -- -· hardwood floors, large dinette COLLECT I ONG I I 6-lives.h~dc, Equip ~ in kitchen. G.I. nppraised at SPECIAL ORDER CAKES I Phone GR. 8688 Phone GR 3330, Patty Ann $9,650.00. 15ctf CASH for milk cows, beef, A. BEDROOM home with Bakery. 'l'RACTOR WORK - Plowing, 2 heifers, veal and hogs. Call R. llU enough furnitu<re to startFOR SALE Siegler heaters discing, blade work, mowing; Thackeray collect, Puyallup. ::C housekeeping. Price reduced to at Parkland J,i:uel Oil Service; Fred Ladwig, GR 8028. 3ctf 16ctf 1$8,000.00. Will go G.I. or FHA. GR 8684; 120lh & Pacific Ave. 5-5414. LAWNMOWER i;lharpen!ng & 305 SO. 118th is a cozy 2 bed· FOR SALE-Hand tooled west15ctf Jwpairing. Free pick-up and . room home with dinette off livern saddle, natural color, with de.livery .in Lakes area. Phone ing room, convenient kitchen, 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-cord matching sheepskin lined breast en loads, $14 and $16; alder fire· LA 8002. · 3ctf 1 attic space for 2 more bedcollar; with or without tapperrooms. This one is pre-war place wood, green, $15; Black deros; call HI 8386. 16c44 lll9 Prince stoker coal, $16.30; built and plastered throughw Hutson lump & range coal, $12.70; out. $8,650.00 and owner will CAI_..I .. T01"v! RAFFERTY,; .\J GR 6520. 15ctf give quick possession, as his TANK CLEANING ·-. - ------- GR 4443; your agent for Powd- · .... job will take him to California FOR- SALE IEf'TIC 1"ANKS • CEH - U~ed heaters at er River Cattle Squeeze Chute. ~ by August 1st. 16p46, Parkland Fuel Oil Service; POOLS Cl.Ii.A.NED 2 HOMES at 801 So. 119th for GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. Contents Hauled Awsy ~ $9,500.00, on G.I. loan. 15ctf ARTIFICIAL BREEDERS Evergreen Breeders As,;'n. $7 lji 3900 HA 7@ll8 CHARMING comfort for the ·-,.--- ----small family in this 2 bdrm ORDERS TA.KEN now for rasp. breeding fee; no charge on re'FOUNDATIONS - All kinds large home with fenced corner berries, strawberries, logan- turns. Holstein, Guernsey, Jer- ...I Mock and concrete work; free lot, large garage, cement drive- berries and nectarberricll; also sey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown DI: c!ltirnates; Walsh Construction way, landscaping, and many eggs and cream; 306 East 121st Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyallup :II 15c45 5-8393. Co. Ill 1529. 3ctf extra features. This one is 12 St., GR 872Q. 16ctf -- years old and has good maSl'llITH CABINET SHOP-Remodeling, kitchen cabinelll; we terials, $11,500.00 is tGtal price. sell glass; 16309 3. l?ark, Span. NICE building site and small SINGER &Way; GR 7949. 3ctf ·3 room home at 10131 So. Pat· terson Strfft. $4,000.00 with SAVE on the many floor samples we are offering at TH.ACTOR SERVICE - Reas· private contract at $1,000 i big reductions to you. Heavy duty models, consoles onable. Farm work a specialty. down and monthly payments: and portables; a new-machine g1.1arantee with every Tele. Graham 7, 7829. 3p4G $40.00 including interest. machino; also terms. Heavy duty portable model; regular $164.50, reduced 1115 SO. 117th has been G.I. to $139.50. SEPTIC TANK appraised and has 3 bedrooi:1s, L shaped living room-dimng Famous Singer Featherweight portable; regular $159, SERVICE room combination. Attached reduced to $139.00. garage and lol 62':6xl00. 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